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Subscription $1150- - per YawrV HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 192L, ii NUMBER: 321 community and gives to tho boys WILSON LEE ELLISON DIES can not see that a pr,o3trato Germany SHEPHERDSVILLE REFUSES and girls in the grades thorough mean's a disordered and disorganized BY ELECTROCUTION work. In fact, many things comblno TO PARDON DEBS WHIPS HARTFORD Europo," Sonator Franco assorted. to mako this achool year a most suc"To provont the spread of extremism, ASSIST GERMANY n Slayer ot HopkliM County Sheriff cessful one. President Rejects Suggestion Of OfEuropo, High Fivo AUo Drops Gamo To communism and nnarchy In Goes To Clioir With Tremficials To Free Political LeRioimlrcs; YoungsIt Is imperative that tho statesmen bling And Prayer. ters- Cop-- Two. Prisoner. OWENSBORO, MINISTERS America of tho allied powers and AVAJt. ON, SOCIKTY GAMES Senator Says Indemnity Too formulate policies looking toward tho Washington, Jan. 31. Recom-hiondat-lon Loo. Ellison, the negro who killed Tho Hartford. High. 'School Quinrehabilitation of Germany, Austria Great; To Suggest by tho Department, cX Jns-tl- co Owensboro, Ky. Jan. 30 War on Hopkins tette thought it had a game schedul- Robert S. Hunter, sheriff of and Russia. sentence of Euthat.tho. ten-yeIn. Qwonahoro has been' de$15,000,000,000 "If wo fall to do this, we may com- ed with the Earllngton High School County, December 6th, when Hunter gambling; to servo a clared by the Men's: Christian League. gene V. Debs, Socialist leader, nni pel the Central Empires,. Poland: and: team for Thursday, a week, ago, bat wont to the negro's home sentence at The opening fjgbt is not against tho now serving a ten-yeRussia, to work together in political, for s'omo roasonjir other tho Earllng- warrant ot arrest on him, paid the early Monday morning In the poker, and dice games conducted by Atlanta foe violation of the war tlmo Washington, Feb." 1. Intervention and economical harmony and. unity ton squad flew the coop and refused penalty by tho United States Jn bohalf of Oor-i- n for the solving of tho problems and ta play. Hoftover tho local boys olectrlc chair, at tho 'Eddyvlllo Pen- professionals, bat against social card espionage, laws, bo commuted, effecplaying for prises In the homes. Prac- tive February 12 next, Lincoln's any to obtain a reduction In tho In- It this should ocur, it would create, a played tho American Legion team itentiary. The doomed prisoner had spent tically every minister in Owensboro' birthday, was rejected today by demnity levied upon her by tho allies situation most unfavorable to the while in the Hopkins Coanty Coal and commutation refustown, a team said to be tho fastest much time prior to his execution In called upqn. the members of his conwill bo proposed In a resolution to bo United States. ed,. n Western Kentucky, having been de- prayer and appeals for spiritual mer- gregation, thismornlng to cease playoffered in tho Sonato this week by The decision of tho President came clared the 1920 champions, and lost cy. He did not sleep at all during ing cards In any form especially for Senator Franco, Republican, of Ma- - NEW TENSION HOARD ns no surprise because: of, his previous ' Vylf.nd. OHIO COUNTY by tho score ot 22 to 15, not so bad tho night preceding his execution, but prizes and stakes. The edict issued FOR spent the whole night In agonJUtng, by gambling committee of tho Men's retirsals to Intervene. In tho caso on when considered from all angles. Senator franco announced his Inground that Data had sought to The ShophordsTlllo High Five play- and prayer for forgiveness. An Ed,- -, Christian League, says that where, the tention of Introducing tho resolution Reorganization of a Pension. Tho dyvllle Minister was with him prcced. mora suasion falls, legal proceed.- - handicap tho government thru oppoho will Doard for Ohio County was complettoday. Concurrently, ho.sald, ed tho locals here Saturday night, sition to the act dursubmit a plan toN fix the Germanjn-- . ed In the officcs'ot Dr. E. D. Pendle- wadding the game under their belts lng his execution. He was led from In&s. will bo taken. Tho announce- ing the war, selective service and. that tho granting ot to bo ton, at Hartford, Jan. 26th, 1921. game tho death cell and placed in the elec- ment says that playing cards for domnlty at $16,000,000,000, to the tune ot 44 to 24. Tho 1 gambling In tho eyes ot. the clemency In this case might induco liquidated in part by tho sale,ot tho Dr. P. T. Willis was elected Presi- started oft good and fast, with hon- tric chair at four o'clock Monday prizes Is and tho Gor- dent of tho Doard, Dr. E. D. Pendle- ors six to a halt dozen during the morning, a veritable mass, ot black: law. Tho fiction of tho committee similar tactics on thopart ot others-IGorman African colonies An- the event, of another war. man cables seized by tho allies to tho ton, Secretary and Dr. C. R. Bennett first 8 minutes ot play, but for som,e trembling flesh. He was strapped, in has created a small sensation 1a Owthe chair and exactly at 4:30 the end, ensboro society. Many of tbe lead- nouncement of tho President's deci United States. Treasurer. Tho Board will beet 1st reasonor other two or threo of the sion was made a few hours-afte- r n tho The action of tho allied commis- and 3rd Wednosdays In every month, Hartford boys seemed to go into a for him, had' come. Ho was. pro- ers ot church work aro nounced dead by the physicians pres- card players. The ministers pointed recommendations of tho Department reparations fig- until further ordered. sort of trance, letting everything and sioners In fixing tho out today that they will b hampered of Justice had been submitted to.hlm. overybody get away with every play ent. ure at approximately $56,500,000,000 4 from, tho MaDr, J. S. Bean, formerly ot this In future work against gambling it The case had been reviewed by a spenecessary for the opposition to walk evoked sovero criticism away' with points enough to win tho place, but now of Horso Branch and-- i U6y dovnot "clean house thoniselves.i' cial board now taking up all convlc- rl land senator. Ho characterized" It" HARDING HAS LUCK tlons under the espionage act, and policy of tho as "consistent with tho ON FISHING JAUNT gamo. When time for tho first period Owensboro, was present and witnessliir At thall ftnrlfnfra nrarn Indnv-aar- l The Doctor was called tho visiting quintette had ed the electrocution. n'ilee to keep Germany prostrato and MRS. C. B. SHOWN IS orney General Palmer. The findings to 15 for tho says It was frighttul to behold tho utdomorallzod." Leaves KeysWlth Sunburn nnd Fine registered 34 points ILL OF INCEPHALITIS are understood to have pointed out . Sum Called "Impossible." homo boys. Hartford woko up dur- ter agony and intense mental sufferCntcli ofTrllc, Proves Champthat Debs would be eligible for parole never bo ablo to pay strong ing ot the iregro. "Germany will ing the last half and finished ion Angler. ana mm nis n rx on aukubi ii, f nnxt htvo at,.,,,.,, io holding thoir own against tho best such a colossal sura," Sonator Franco hown! ot Beda, Is afflicted with what ' sentence, In caso of good bohavior, FORDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL a huge Indemnity continued. "Such Miami, Fla. Fob. 1. President- team seen on the local floor during cemoer ta, DEFEATS OWENSBORO Physicians have pronounced sleeping , W0Ul Plre n will place a chattel on ovory artlclo elect Warren G, Harding returned the season. ine recommenaauon is unawsiooa to sickness, (Encephalitis.) produce, for years to playGermany will The third and fourth teams here from tho Colobo flshtng grounds Fordsvllle High School Basket ' Mrs. Shown has been HI ot tho havo suggested that Debs had been come, and German capital and Ger- this afternoon, and with ed the teams of Nocreek school Wednight" on the local court, and Ball Quintette defeated the Owens-bor- o strange and rare malady since Thurs- adequately punished by his confinecan not bo employed a formidable man workmon catch of baracuda, nesday team on tho city high school day, Jan. 27, past) She lies in a stu- ment since Juno 15, 1919. to produce articles wholly for tho en- amberjacks and sail-fis- h to show for dandy gamos they were too. The midWhen placed on trial at Cleveland g peoples." condition, only gets won ovor tho Nocrekers by 13 floor last Saturday, to the tune ot 23 por, or richment of other his outing among.tho Florida keys. to 20. The main feature ot the helncr nrnusnd when nffnrtn ara made Debs called no witnesses In defense proDescribing tho plan ho Is to to 8 and the local third or 8th grade In tho two days tho President-elepose tor tho adjustment of tho in landed a scoro of fish, far more than five defeated 'tho first team from tho game was spaed and team work. by those attending her. The disease ! and made the only argument In his own behalf. In appealing to the Su demnity question as well as tho other any las apparently affected her vlsioa'aud preme Court ho other member of his party. His Creek That is Not, 21 to 19. attacked the admisBEAVERDAM HIGH problems of tho worldt tho was financial hearing and while her vision Tho Highs aro to make a pilgrisall-fls- h which largest was a 3lx-fosion In evidence by the lower court of sonator stated It contains three main gave him a battle of more'than an mage to Caneyville today where thoy SCHOOL GOING GOOD thought to bo better yesterday after- he St. Louis Socialist platform, which" Troposltlons. These propositions, he noon, trouble with her throat appearwas brought to the play the Federal High Quintette ot hour before it ho had Indorsed, and records from said, would: that plac;. These two not tossing gaff. . Fifteen new pupils have enrolled ed to be developing. Fix the German Indemnity malady according the trial ot Rose Pastor Stokes, and First The disease or be Tho yacht Shadow, on which tho aggregations appear to bo tolerably In high school at the mid-teralleged that he had been tried on. Is really at $15,000,000,000 or party made tho trlp.nran Intoi Miami .well matched, and barring mishaps, ginning January 17, 1921. This to our his "state of mind:" Validity ot the years for 000 a year for twenty-eigIn time to permit Mr. Harding to play a royal good game ought to bo gven brings the .enrollment ot tho achool a direct symptom ot some aispraer oi espionage act as violating the right of acthe easy payment of principal and to a new hjgh mark. There were al- the bralnrsuch as lnflamation ot a free speech was also attacked by Debs a gamo of golf lato in tho afternoon the fans up on Caney. cruing Intorcst. ready In attendance a record number certain portion thereof, which makes before the higher CQUTti at tho Miami Beach links. Second Allow Germany a credit of students .that had entered at the ther trouble extremely difficult of ,", Ho was a guest this evening; at a FORDSYTLE SENIORS TO .,..ltt j .of $5,000,000,000 against tho in- farewell dinner given by former Gov. STAGE ANNUAL PLAY beginning of the fall term. reatmentand little known of by mod-icBUSINESS CHANGE. demnity for the German colonies in science. Close observations ot Many things have boen done by the Wlnfleld T. Durbln, Indiana, and Africa and tho Gorman cables that Tho Senior class ot the Fordsvllle attending physicians' in Mrs. Shown's Mr. Charles Lunsford, formerly ot during spent the night In a cottage turned High School will stage their annual school this year In keeping pace with case, lead them to hold out hope for wero taken over by the allies ovor to the party by Carl G. Fisher, Madisonville, who has been here for the demands made upon It. Not tho tho war. play Friday night Feb., least of these was the initiation of a her recovery, although perhapssome Beach oC several months in the capacity Third Authorize tho purchase of proprietor of several Miami 4 th. Tha play is a comedy in threo domestic science department for the time delayed. boetls. Mine Foreman for the West Hartford. the colonies and cables by tho United N return trip to acts, "Men, Maids and Matchmakers" high school girls. This department Tho President-elect'- s Coal Co., has purchased the restauStates for tho samo sum, tho price to Is in charge of Miss Sallye H. Colo-ma- n, BAPTIST MISSION St. Augustine will begin tomorrow. and Is full ot lifethroughout. rant business of Arthur Leach, atscT' bo applied to tho debts the allies owo ' j,, BOARD IN SESSION thp bullding'in whjch the restaurant Ho will probably go as far as Fort a graduate of the University ot this country. Laudordale by motor, and after a GIGANTIC AIRPLANE Kentucky) Miss Coleman is thoroughwas operated, of Luther Leach. Mr. Would Reduce Debt. Tho Ohio County Baptist Mission has "I believe the United Statos should game of golf thero will board tho CAN CROSS OCEAN. ly prepared for this work and effi- Board held its regular monthly Ises-- . Lunsford took charge of the business" made the department highly Saturday arid has moved his family uso its influence to have the Indem- houseboat Victoria, which is duo to cient. This department Is under the slon here Tuesday, when recerit re- - into the rooms ovor the restaurant. nity fixed at $15,000,000,000 and in. reach St. Augustlno next Monday. He ' London, Feb. 1. Airplanes de- supervlslon of the State' Board for cords for members In attendance were -- : -slst that Germany bo given credit for expects to make short stops at Palm veloping 5,000 horsepower and carry- Vocational Edncatlon. Beach and Ormond. HARTFORD SCHOOL NEWS. This is one broken. Besides a large number of $5,000,000,000 In return for tho ing 250 passengers each across tho branch of tho federalized vocational laymen the following ministers were German-African colonics and the old COURT TQ RESUME PROBE Atlantic have been rendered possible work under the provisions of the present; R. L. Brandenburg, FordsSaturday night, Jan. 29 the German cablos," Senator Franco said. OF NIGUTIUDING TODAY thru tho successful completion of new Smith-Hughvllle; H. L. Jarboe, Trlsler; C. C. federal law. Five mel'rthe H. H. S. team "This way;" ho continued, "tho for Napier engines, 1,000 horsepower Five oil stoves of four burners Daves, Beaver Dam; R. E. Booker on Hartford's floor. The Hartford eign dobt of Germany will bo ma Owlngsville, Ky., Fob. 1. Further which are the most powerful In the each, four new M. G. team was defeated, the score being ma and Z. Farre.ll, McHenry; sewing terially reduced and she will be plac chines and numerous other material Snell, Central. Grove; Birch Shields, 44'to 24. This game was the fastest buy investigation of tho invasion of night-ride- rs world. ed In a position where she can In Bhh and Fleming Counties Two of the engines, which havo equipments havo been provided for Cromwell; R. E. Fuqua and Russell that has ever been played on HartImmediately the raw products neces In fact when a girl has Walker, City. ford's floor, and the Shepherdsvllle In will be made tomorrow beforo J, L. been nicknamed 'the Cubs' have been tho work. sary for tho rehabilitation of her Mr. J. W. Beagle of Georgetown, team is the strongest ithat the Hartdustries, without which she can pay Aichonson. County Attorney Daniel 1 ordered by tho Royal Air Force and taken the work ot this department in W. Doggett, who Is questioning tho will be fitted to tho Tltania flying connection with tho literary work ot State Enlistment Worker was also ford boys have ever met. no Indemnity whatevor. After the gamo a Theater Party the high school she Is thoroughly present and addressed the meeting in "Then tho United States should en- - witnesses, said tonight that seven boat, a huge air destroyer, with a appear range and designed by the equipped for making a home. the afternoon, in the interest of the was given in honor of the ShepherdsX ter into negotiations with tho allied men have been summoned to Inquiry BritlsinVar Office for long fighting Tho other departments ot tho Baptist $75,000,000 campaign. He al vllle team. Those In the party wero: and associated powers, seeking to pur- before the special, court of patrols. tomorrow. German-Africa- n school have been enjoying marked so remained in Hartford Tuesday Misses Gladys Bennett, Amelia Plrtle, chase from them: tho Ho said that other' witnesses may The Titanla carries a crew of 20, success. vpca-tlon- al night and lectured at tho Baptist Bessie Clark, KUtyo Bess Dodson, Tho Smith-Hughcolonies and cables. In return, these Loubel Williams, Kathleen Tichenor, work tor boys is providing in- church. powers should receive credit for the not bo called unless the evldenco of but if adapted to civilian use It could Margaret King, Martha Stevenson, terest and work for the members ot debts owing to the United States to those already summoned leads to the accommodate titty persons. The Napier Company declares that these classes. When this work is ARMY NOMINEES ARE '"" summoning of others. Ho said, Emily Pendleton, Anna Rhea Carson, tho amount CONFIRMED BY SENATE Beatrice Bean, Gertrude Schlemmer, "The result of this transaction however, that tho Investigation will a Cub engine Is capable of use on a finished one has a complete scienti twonty-four-hotransatlan- fic and practical knowledge of the Sallye Shultz, Lorene Westorfleld, would be a marvelous chango In all be thorough no matter how long It regular may take to comploto It. tic service via the Azores, where the most important with Washington, Jan. 29 Tho Senate Ernestine Ralph; Messrs. Gabe Sumthe financial relationships of tho napassengers would transfer to another lite In rural communities. Tho fed late today confirmed the nominations mers, Roy Thompson, George Wiggle-to- n, tions. Fpr debts of doubtful value airplane. Five Cub engines would eral government Is anxious to make ot 5,000 Junior officers of the army. Charles Ashby, Jerome M,onrde, the United States would receive ter- I T. CIVIC WELFARE COMJUTTEE FEB. 10 be fitted to each plane and the pas these schools models of efficiency, The confirmations were the first of Charles Lee Bradburg, the Shepherdsritory of great valuo that is in exsongers would be accommodated In and is leaving no stone unturned in the present session and were in open vllle boys; Blanton Ellis, Earl Bart-lo- tt, d of tho area of thl3 tent Tho Parent-TeachAssociation side the wings. seoklng to accomplish this end. Ade- session by unanimous consent. Arnold Likens, Raymond Robertcountry, while tho European nations A quate equipment for Vocational agThe nominations wore presented by son, Virgil Crowo, Douglas Williams, would be so greatly relieved by this will hold Us regular mooting at tho riculture has been provided. The" Senator Wadsworth, of Now York. Cecil Tichenor, Ozna Shultz Jr., Hor-bo- rt credit that thoy would at once bo School Auditorium February 10, at PRESIDENT IS CHEERED BY THEATER AUDIENCE science laboratory has been thorough- chairman of the Military Affairs Com Porter and Raymond Felix, of able to begin tho purchaso of ma- 7:30. After a short business session the meeting will be in charge of ly reworked and is In good shape. It mittee. A majority of the officers Hartford. terials they so greatly need." tho Civic Welfare Conrmlttoo who Washington, Feb. 2. President adds much to the Interest ot the ftected won their commissions on the Willi Tnlltcd Over. Tho H, H. S. boys have a game Franco assorted that ho havo prepared a program that will be Vllson was suffering no 111. effects work in science. The literary work battlefields ot France. Senator m scheduled with Caneyville Friday. had talked' hia plan over with men both lnstructiyo and entertaining. Ev- today from his attendance at tho under the cUrectlon of Miss Elizabeth This Is expected jto Uo a tight gamo, HAVE YOU? of promlnenco in Groat Britain who ery one interested in Hartford Is urg- theater last night, his first since tho Davidson is meeting all requirements Illness which intorruptod his League for efficiency and service. When Have you ever looked at our town as Shepherdsvllle defeated them by are of the opinion that It Is hopeless ed to bo present. ot Nations speaking tour In Septem- this courso Is taken In 'connection as strangers look at it, streets, about the samo score as thoy defeated to attempt to exact an excessive inber 1919. With Mrs. Wilson and with the sciences offered tho student houses, vacant lots, tho people, es- he Hartford team. demnity from Germany, and that ho COUNTY BOARD OF N '.f HEALTH ORGANIZED his brother-in-lapecially tho children? John Randolph goes out into the world fully It not, take a found them in sympathy with it. He Boiling, tho President witnessed a or success. The peopl of Bea- walk, see what is needed, ithen attend The faculty ot Hartford Collogo ulso pointed out that it would settle The Ohio County Board ot Health performance ot John Drlnkwator's ver Dam are wide awake and ready tho P, T. A. Meeting at the School spent Friday, Jnn, 28 In Owensboro tho controversy that sprang up at tho surprising a to meet whatever requirements aro Auditorium Thursday evening, Feb. Inspecting tho High School and police conference between tho United met In the oftlco ot Judgo Mack Cook "Abraham Lincoln," States and Japan qver the disposition January 20th, 1921 and elected Judgo large audience when ho appeared In a nccssary to keep the school In tho 10. If you then think 'thero is work Graded Schools there. Thoso who went were: Prof, J. F. Bruner, Prof". to be dono, don't knock, but of the Island of Yap and Its important Cook, chairman ami Dr. E, B, Pendle- lower box shortly before tho curtain f(jro front In its work. The grades have had many now of work rose. with tho Civic Welfare Loaguo, Roy II. Foreman, Mrs. S. O. Keown, cablo 3tatiouss As thoy wore former-- ton Secretary. ,A rqport These and enlist the support ot your neigh- and Mlssos Mary Marks, Martha "ly Gormon-owneonttr' at 'the mid-torA round ot applause and cheers this government, dono by tho Board for tha last two Alice Taylor and Winnie Wilwould acquire thru the pur-- years" was road by the secrotary. Tho greeted tho President when recogniz- aro In .charge of thoroughly comp3r bors In Improving conditions. ho said, ' "''J MRS. JNO.tB. WILSON. Reproduced from Herald on re- -' son Board tbon adjourned, to moot at tho ed by tho audlonce, which roso In uni- tont teachers. Tho workJ such chase provision. quest. hat ltmetts tho approvals oLfjfh?' son andstood untlLhe.was seated, , Frosldfot' P. T. A. "It Is stupid statesmanship which call of, tho Chairman ." . . Earl-ingtoar ar son n wett-know- xa, io. semi-sleepin- ct ot meagre-Informatio- n, ht .1: ,- al Jt? mid-wint- er -- - T llle Shep-herdsv- es " es S ur i"l U facts-connect- ed one-thir- er nu-jl- ls d, Sto-voii8- -- T- - --"-- v- -- i -- rtf portation systom. Tho steel Industry will bo taxed to its capacity to meet tho needs of construction of railroad equipment. Tho European situation will bo sottled by our bringing about IFcss Outlines Benefits Of poaco with Germany, which will open ' -her market to us. Germany's IndemO. P. Protection nity will bo definitely fixed by tho Plans. Allies, which must bo dono boforo Germany will placo tho empire In a Europo will take working condition. THE UNIVERSAL CAR fRy Snoll Smith.) our surpluB. Good times will como Washington, January Declaring with tho protective tariff and tho 4th a L tho present Itcpubllcan Congress practice of tho strictest 'economy by twIII sare xno billion dollars during Congress." Hitherto tho farmer has woven tho power ot his own muscles with thoso of tho present session, Representative 'tho ox, tho mulo, and tho horse, In tho development of agriculture. Practical nvachlnory Congress Not AgnliKt Labor. :Slmcun IX Fess, of Ohio, chairman for farming has como to him slowly. Where, tho valuo of machinery In labor saving, Whllo Congress is rapidly going c, of tho Republican Congressional program of In usefulness, In comforts, in luxuries, has In tho pnst beon largely ahead with Its doublo in proflt-mnkln.throws light on what further saving big sums of monoy and at tho confined to the towns and tho cities, It Is now open to tho farmor who Is beyond all 3xpcdl tents may bo resorted to In the same timo getting things done, It Is ' question the very bono nnd sinew of clvlllzntlon. Clvlllzntlon grows uponUio land, near future to case tho heavy burden safe1 to say that It will not join in qn tho Jaxpayors. thorefroo tho Ian 1 Is Futhcr and Mothor nnd Sustnlner to the human raco, nnd thosa any movement to help destroy tho "Tho war," ho says "has loft Its ed." who till tho soil, who plow, sow nnd reap, are surely tho essentials in hutnhn existmovoment by Joining In any 'problems of finance To care for the labor of tho criticism As the result upgeneral nttack by ence Therefore Machine Power on tho Farm Is of tho utmost importanconnd tho Interest on tho public debt $1,200,- - on tho employment manufacturers throughout the country of tho adminof union labor. Fordson Tractor comes to tho farmer as tho host, wo bellovo, pleco of machinery that 000,000 will bo required annually. permission to tho Allies "I know of nothing more short- istration's Tho caro of tho disabled soldier, tho sighted," says Senator J. S. Prollng-huyso- n, to suspend Interest payment on their has yet been devised for his use. dependents of the dead, and tho InWo want you to read tho book "Tho Fordson nt Work." It Is frco for tho asking. "tho Indebtedness to tho United States, of New Jersey, ono of surance of tho service man, Including closest friends of the President-elec- t Senator Walsh, of Massachusetts, has Call In nnd get one. Drop us a card and wo will mall you ono wlthouthargo. This the hospitalization as well as the a bill In tho Senate prothan tho present tendency on tho part Introduced booklet Is along tho lino of tho usual Ford way of giving the testimony of tho usors, conon, reaches an enormous many manufacturers to utilize tho viding that hereafter no such t.hoso who have tried out and who know tho real valuo of tho Fordson Tractor. This sum xt money. Wo are told by tho of period cession shall be mado by tho Secre dull in business to make war book shows the Fofdson at work In somo ninety different lines of activity and to tho .bead of tho Treasury that for some' on tho labor unions undor the guiso tary of tho Treasury without first reaorvlceablo, economical, farmer It presents tho most valuable ovldcnco of an .rears yet we must provide by taxa- of a movoment for the open shop ferring It to Congress for its decision. labor-savinmachine that has over been placed upon tlfo market. and money-savin- g , tion an annual expenditure of at least wherein it means a shop closed to He has also asked In a resolution Wo can only get so many each month, so lenvo your order now. This is almost six $4,000,000,000. that all the correspondence In tho Labor unions union organization. y suspensions be sent rtimes what It cost us In 1912 and have dono much to bring about bet- matter of loan Jour times the cost of 1917." to Congress. Tho Senator 13 of tho ter hours and wages and better workmonoy which lUllion Saved This Session. Wage earners have pinion that much oftho ing conditions. '"Taxation Is our most Important tho same right to organize for their would othorwlso have beon paid to problem for Immediate attention," he own good as manufacturers and bus tho United States has been utilized to BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY goes on. "Our first duty Is to cut iness men generally have to organize maintain order and Incidentallyliberty In Ireland. This Is the for their own benefit. 4he cost of government. work of Congress, the appropriating Warning Against Hotheads. A scald, burn, or severo cut heals Vbody. Wo aro now at that work and "The great body of our workmen that ve will cat the cost almost $1,000,- - deprecate such criminal measures as slowly, if neglected. Tho family Linikeeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow ODD this Congress. 300, have been practiced by the I. W. W.. "Onr next problem Is to Insure a and tho Western Federation 'of Min- ment on hand Is always prepared for unore liuslncssllke and economic ad- - ers and such crooked methods as such accidents. Prlco 25c, 50c and day with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patton, REICCH VALLEY. xmlnlstratlon of affairs by the adop- adopted by the building trades lead- $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- 5MALLPOX SERIOUS m ot Ralph. systom. This will ers In Now York City. Such menaces ty Drug Co. tion of a budget AT MIDDLESBOROUGH -oe. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Westorfleld aiul This section of tho County is visitbc done without undue delay. must be prevented and tho labor h "TXb have already taken the first unions must help to wash their hands HAYS TO LOOK INTO ed by tho heaviest sleet that has been children, of Ralph, spent Sunday CONDITIONS IN SOUTH tnte Health Hoard Emphasizing Need seen in this section for somo time. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Smith, ot Dtindr otep to eliminate duplication by a ot them. But the Republican party GenOf Vaccination, Issues Mr, neat Norrls, of Sunnydale has of government depart--mtnt- s. when entering upon the full power of It is doing much damage to timber eral Warning. erected a rcsldcnco house on Mr. Washington, Jan. 30 The Repuband telephone lines. Our next step is to revise conducting the government should reIs preparing Mrs. J. L. Patton nnd son, Willie, Clarcnco Taul's place, and will mro orar entire taxation system in the mind our manufacturers that they lican National Committee Following closely upon tho State spent Wednesday with their daugh- into It soon. of simplicity and equity. It must not judge our entire American to Investigate party conditions in the Board of Health's announcement last ter and sister, Mrs. T. S. Miller, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Barney Johnson and As generally agreed that the excess labor movement by the hotheads and South for the purpose of recommend little daughter, Mary Durollo, . sited ing changes In the apportionment ot week calling attention to tho univer- Mr. Miller. rpiwllts tax will be repealed as an radicals, and should likewise remind Kentucky, Miss Dona Ralph, ot Sunnydnlc, relatives at Sunnydale, Sunda necessity. Serious consider- our wage earners that Amorican bu- delegates to the next national conven- sal need of vaccination in Middles-borougyord has been received from e has accepted a position with a Coal ation 3s helng given to revision of the siness is not to bo judged by the re- tion. Bell County, that tho small, Company, Gas In tho stomach or bowels Will H. Hays, national chairman, at Greenville, Ky. Tncvmo tax in tho higher ranges for actionaries who would entirely supp of the pox epidemic thero has become so Mr. J. D. Miller, of Dukehurst, (i8agreeabIo symptom of a torpid llv :the same reason, and in order to press the right of labor to organize. today announced tho make-ucommittee, which will conduct the In- serious that the County Board of spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. er. To got rid of it quickly tiM ivrolil drawing income into investment There is a middle ground or method Health, exercising the power vested Horblne. It Is a marvelous liver stlni. by which we may harness the vast en- quiry in accordance with resolutions In it by law, has declared immediato M. E. Miller. la rant&xnhles. adopted by the Chicago convention. Miss Mattie Brown, James Albert ulant nnd bowel purifier. Prlco 60 now taxes are now being ergies of American labor and the prochairman. vaccination of all tho citizens of and Hugh Almon Duko, of Sunny-dal- e. cents. Sold by Onlo County Drug vroaaMcrcd, viz: the sales tax and' ductive might of American capital to Mr. Hays will be members are: Representative Middlesborough obligatory. spontSundny with Mrs. M. E. Company. m hxt npon the undistributed profits the task of making America supreme Other Tho regulation, called to tho atten- Miller, . . nnd Miss Valaria Brown. corporations. A flat tax of from among all the nations of the world In CrvBascomb Slemp, Virginia ;.Earle tion of o city In an the residents of tho Mr. and Mrs. Lee Welch and chil16 Ad 20 per cent on corporation productive capacity. When we find Kinsley, national committeeman, Ver announcement MILLS MAKE IJIG PROIITS Issued by Arthur dren, of Ralph, spent Saturday night being discussed with some that method we shall lead the great- mont, and R. P. Howell, national la Rhoror, City Commissioner, stated and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rom-ne- y "Cotton mlll3 of Lancashire showseriousness. est commercial revival in. history, committeeman, Nebraska. a committee that everyone who had. not been vacThe investigation, Helton, of Sunnydale. Tariff Hearings. ed .enormous earning for 1920. Tho Stnr Iloldins soon to follow upon tho present peryears cinated within the last five Mr. T. S. Miller mado a business mills, with a total capital ot "The Ways and Means Committee iod ot liquidation for tho energies of statement said, "may result In some- must give this his attention by JanuRepubll trip to Fordsvlllo, Wednesday. 3S now holding hearings on which to the earth have been quickened by thing ot a revolution In tho paid 25.000,000 dividends. ary 18. TO make certain that tho South-anMr. and Mrs. Bortron Magan vis- Ono paid 425 per cent profit. British base a revision of tho tariff schedules war and 'those energies will be turn can party organizations In the ion order was obeyed two Inspectors vis- ited relatives complete-reconstructperhaps even a at Adaburg Saturday iraporta for tho past year amounted Is thought that the customs duties, ed to commerce. ited everyone In Middlesborough beIn that region." night and Sunday. vwhJch under tho Underwood law now to l,500,O00,OP0, and incrcaso ot The principle of collective bar tween January 18 and 22, and where Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller spent Sun amoaat to a little over $300,000,000 gaining should be acknowledged In 500,000,000. comply was encountered failure to When the bowels become Irregular the case was handled according to can be made to produce from $600,-O,O0- l) interstate commerce, but unions to $7G0,000,000 through a should be m'ade to live up to their you aro uncomfortable and tho longer law. Sari IT measure based upon the agreements when" made. The fallacy this condition exists ttn yorse you In his announcement Mr. Rhoror .principle. that labor creates value and that la- feel. You can get rid of this misery appealed to the citizens ot Middles""Whatever tho form our taxation bor Is therefore entitled to the1 full luickly by uslr.g Horblne. Take t. borough to render all assistance in and ' ajsiEai will become, It can be slm- - return on tho value It creates, which lioso on going to bedPrice see how fine seeing that tho order was obeyed COc. Sold ty plin&l bo as to ensure our- citizens Is the basis of most ot our socialis- you feel next day. tho State m promptly, stating that County Drug Company. xsa5cjt uncertainties of assessments. tic propaganda, should be met with Ohio Board of Health otherwise would orTixisast also he. so drafted as to avoid education as to the real part which der that a quarantine be enforced pesUzlng business. It should as far both labor and capital play In indus- FAVORS DISARMING, against the. city. possible stimulate enterprise and try and as to the worth of initiative RUT PLANS RIG NAVY The situation thero is said to have thsrdby Invite investment of capital In our Institutions. The Department become very acute. An article In tho Toklo, Jan. 29 Regardless of the Middlesborough News of January 11 asil tho employment of labor, In tho of Labor should not be conducted as xaxurancB of tho integrity of business an adjunct of tho American Federa- naval program of tho United States, stated that thero wore 50 cases In i The'Great Paper of the Southland jjjsterpiiso, thereby inviting the tion ot Labor nor as a vehicle for the the Japanese program requires com- tho city and on the preceding day, I and for tho first time In the history of n of existing business plants, views of thoso who favor pletion of tho .a well as tho creation of new busi-rnsj- t. labor entirely. It should be admin- eight-cruisunit, and Vice Admiral Middlesborough, a hotel was closed "With tho government's early istered for tho benefit of all our wage Tomosaburo Kato, minister of tho na tn haoiiU nf omnllnnv ' 1 C8UU 0 i OUlUllUAt vsteja to get out of business in order earners everywhere, and tho Repub- aavy, in responding in the Diet today In a statement Issued in Louisville, The Courier-Journ- al is ably edited; it is sane and 1 Xo slvo private enterprise a chance, lican party should so utilize it in tho to an interpellation by Lieut. Gen. Dr. Arthur T. McCormack, Stojo m lis nanaiing of news; it is fearless, yet Japan's Health Officer, called attention ot 3ts determination to revise the four years to come that It will actual- Uehara, chief of staff, as to uifiiiuieu atunllon system on tho most cquita-HH- b ly bettor working conditions and at view ot Senator Borah's resolution in people all over the State to the sitiair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be &nd economic lines, and with the tho same time actually assist In the tho United States Senate concerning saying uation In Middlesborough, found the champion of clean government. asssarancB of the reduction of govern-inen- t. upbuilding of the prosperity and ef- a cessation of warship construction. that conditions thero had become so how-.ve- r, costs, we can now ask' what of ficiency of Amorican industry." Japan's naval construction plan, serious purely because of Indifference The Courier-Journ- al surpasses all its competitors X&r fitters of businoss? Swats Conl Profiteers. the minister said, need not bo to vaccination and advising other in equipment for getting the news of the day, because ' "The Inevitable liquidation of war Following upon the enactment by carried out with tho United States as communities to guard themselves aoailttlons through which the nation tho House of assistance to the farmer an imaginary enemy. He explained against a Uko dilemma by Immediate was nor, oniy tne Associated Press dispatches but will pass to u peaco basis necessitates thru the emergency tariff measure that ho favored world curtailment of vaccination. the full wire service of the New York Times. In adaikcw suffering. That Is unavoidable. and to tho laborer thru tho limita- construction, If practicable and said mm 1Ye iiro now In tho midst of that tion of immigration, Senator Calder Japan would adhere to such a plan. dition it maintains staff correspondents Surgeons agree that In cases of Frankfort recess. War levels must como has Introduced a drastic bill with Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, and at Washington. itoira. Prices are too high. We which to swat tho coal profiteer and Chronic Constipation, tho first treatment is most important. iare waited for two years. Finally thereby crslst the poor and downtrodThero are people who never have When an efficient antlsoptlc Is ap . No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It. of which a movement of the bowels without. It plied promptly, thero is no danger of Him huying publlch"as struck. To- den ultimate consumor, gether with tho European situation, there are lesions throughout tho.land. Is produced by a cathartic. Most of Infection and tho wound begins to ood-- s re loft without buyers, busiTho bill authorizes tho President thorn have brought that condition on heal at once. For use on man or noss it slowing down, unemployment to deal in coal and control its pro- thomsolves by tho us of mineral beast, Borozono is tho ideal Antlsop By special arrangements wo aro now ablo to offor is increasing, and prices must come duction, movement and distribution waters and strong cathartics that tako tlc and healing agent. Buy It now -- itewii, uvon though they fall below lu tho evout of any emergency, so as too much water out ot tho system and and be roaty for an emergency. Prlco The Daily Courier-Journ- al tsiei. This Is tho law and it cannot to put tho i;ovornmeir and not those iggravate tho disease they are luoant 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by AND THE r. averted. Congress Is beselged to Hd In contra: when the to rfllevo. A mild laxatlvo tonic Tho Ohio County Drug Co. m ll usual luws of trade' are In suspense, Hartford Republican Hi unices or to enact palliative' Uko Chamberlain's Tablets affords a of which Is unwise because but Untied only to tha continuance sentlo movement of tho bowels that POPE BENEDICT ISSUES Roth ono year, by mall, fol. 01liy 93,75 Wo cannot pass laws of tho emergency and to tho protec- you hardly realizo has been produced nasooimmic. WORLD PEACE APPEAL tta reduoe the price to tho consumer tion of tho public, health. This offer applies to renowals as well as now by a modlclno, and their use Is not subscriptions, but JMU& laoroawi it to tho producer. The Rome, Jan, 28. Popo Benedict, on "Whllo profiteering has boen both lojlkoly to be followed by constipaonly to people living in Kentucky, Tonnossoo, or Indiana. Now subIn that the producer of some proven i.nd admitted," bays tho Sen'tmlh tion. in the occasion of the seventh centenary j scriptions, may, if desired, start at a later date, and renowals .U of other ator, ".there oxius a controversy as .jgowtte Is the consumer of the foundation of the Third Order a dato from expiration ot prosont onos. must to exactly ;vlu if utponslbla and to liquidation Till The now army gas mask, instead of of St. Francis ot Assist, addressed an It you prefer nn ovonlng newspaper, you nrny substitute 1 & The sooner It comb, the soon- - whn onent For wcnmilQ, as to the V.lng carried on tho cheet fits undor encyclical today to all bishops' thru-- ; over. purchased by tha Wr he armpit, and pno motion enables out tho world which calls on all man Louisville Times for tho Courlor-Journn- l. r will it be 1,000.000 tons A we see It, the future li bright. Department on the spot market in ho woaror to get U on his head. kind to work for world ponce and 1 Send or briug your ordprs to tho offlco of Our peoples bald a wonderful nosi-Um- i. 1980, tho figures show that an uvor-g- e unristian reconciliation, invoking os-- 1 MTU hv neither famine nor A norfect aubitltuto for radluru has peolally, the asslstniico of all "Chil- mine price greater than a reaTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. railttre. On the other hand, we have sonable original mine prlco separat- been found from n of gas tdrcn of Christian poaco and thoso longing to the Third Order." a larord crop from the aeld of agri ed such prlc. from what tho Govern mautles. lBnLWWHHHiLftypBMeVflittSttgjMi'MLrii in I4t,r tit alFF LAW TO culture have assured us of Wo have taken steps which a successful trans- JIAiSE $750,000,000 C Com-jnlUn- -- ment was forced to pay, to wit, an excess ot $3. SO per ton avorago for, How ' tho wholo amount bought many resales and profits this repro- - H sonts In tho different instances only IB a comploto tracing of each carload will disclose .Senator Wuntfl Debt Paid. "To moot such n situation (and tho committee tools that such legislation will be holpful on tho high cost of living In other lines) tho bill has a taxing provision brokers' sales, abovo a cortaln margin, for tho sale eiH of coal and direct from tho purchaser, and taxing such sales to a much greater point on subsequent or useless pyramiding sales between dealers. This is calculated to drlvo coal In a direct channel from producers to consumers and keep It out of tho whirlpool of endless commissions and Profiteering by subsldary margins. or affiliated concorns is also prohibit- 1 Cupels. g, -- -- g, ful-.O- BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY - sup-pFe- ss -- tsl h, To 00 It - The Louisville al Courier-Journ- non-unio- eight-battlesh- ip er VI -- n at self-Inte- legls-lsiiK.M- I -- ' bo-la- I n V NEW REPUBLIC IN CENTRAL AMERICA cir merits in high off'rlnl nnd prr-st- i cles on tho news from Paris that the allied premiers meeting as tho Supremo Council havo agreed that Germany must pay 220,000,000,000 gold mnrks in reparation fpr tho War damages. Tho stunning blow which fell overnight In official and public quarters Is lightened m1" '" tho declarations that tho sum proposed Is so fantastic that it could not bo taken serioimly and relief Is professed In tho very absurdity of tho figures. Tho foreign offlco today said that no confirmation of tho Paris news had been received, but mo ono in was Inclined to question tho accuracy of tho press reports. In bank circles it was pointed out hat tho sum of reparations reportedly fixed by tho premiers was practically tho total German national wealth today if tho occupied Gorman territory Is excluded from the calculations. "Impossible" is tho word most used whorover tho mntter Is discussed. "Germany can nover agreo to such a flguro because she would promise something sho could out," declared one of tho highest officials of the foreign offlco. "It tho allies dictate that sum without regard to tho consequonces then let them sec how they can get It. "Thoro 1 not a country In tho "Thore is not a country In tho world todny that Is paying dividends. In other words, thero is not a single itato that Is being so run as to pay a profit. If tho Entente thinks that Germany is so remarkable nn exception, then let them como in and run tho country to show us how they enn do something in Germany which they frankly admit they can not do In tholr own countries. Tho most bitter disappointment of .ho Germans Is tho reported flop of Premier Lloyd George to tho French Idea. Yesterday the German press .'eat tired Lloyd Georges opposition to France's "rapacious demands" and In circles of the WilhMmstrasee government hitherto disponed to feel Justified In their toward Great Britain with which ttltudo tho conservative press has disagreed and often turned reproaches upon tho government, today thore Is jlank nmazement. Officers Arc Stne;gpred. Those quarters are by the car3 ov-ho report that Premier Lloyd leorgo agreed to the reported figures. This, if confirmed,, promises rotty well to destroy tho illusion y that Great Britain would protect against too impossible demands y Franco. I irhaps tho only quarters where he news Of tho reparations figures vas received with somo satisfaction among sumo extreme radical loaders, who consider that tho moro daggering a sum fixed by England ind Franco or the exploitation of jermany tho more quickly would there, bo an Intense spirit of revolt f the people against "capitalist slavery." Nono of the high government desired to be quoted on the nows from Paris until official confirmation is In hand as some of them professed that thoy still could not believe that ?55, 000, 000,000 was the iiun really meant by tho allied conferees. o A child that has Intestinal worms is handicapped in its growth. A few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, destroys and expcU, vorms: tho child Immediately Improves and thriven wonderfully. Trice. 30c per bottle. in Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. pro-Ilrltl- sh or Gor-nnn- PREMIERS AGREE ON REPARATIONS TERMS Federation Of Four Nations Soon To Be Reality. -- Germans To Get Formal Notice Feb. 28; Lenient With Austria. - Illinois Central Directs Attention to T Grade Crossing Problem period endedDocember 31, 1920, thoro wero 4.3C0 persons killed nnd For tho four-ytepersons Injured in automobllo grado crossing accidents in the United States. ar d Wnshlngton, Jan. 29 Notwithstanding that Nicaragua did not sign tho treaty negotiated at San Joso, Costa Illca, oitrly (his montli providing for tho creation of a Central American republic, ratification by tho Congresses of tho four signatory countries Is expected In time to hnvo tho now federation como Into existence boforo next Soptombor 15, according to an announcement tonight by Dr. Julio Blanchl, tho Cuatcmnlan minister here. Under tho treaty, Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador and Costa Illca would bo morged under tho new federation. NIcaragun, it was explained, withheld hor signature becauso she did not wjsh to surrender certain rights, in roferenco to tho treaty-makin- g powor, but a provision was Inserted in tho pact to permit her admission at any time. Tho text of the treaty, which ultimately would crcato a republic of joro than 5,000,000 people, was mado public tonight by Dr. Ulanchl. In general, It provides for a government modeled on tho lines of the constitution of tho United States with thrco Bcpnrnto brnnches tho executive, legislative and Judicial nltho tho cxccutlvo Is modeled more on tho Swiss system. A constitution embodying these provisions would be framed at a convention to bo called whon thred of tho signatory countries have ratified the- treaty. "Insofar as It docs not infringo on - Paris, Jan. 29. "It was a remarkable achievement." Promlcr Lloyd George. , "It waB a complete success," Premier Briand. These statements were mado tonight by the two entente premiers following tho adjournment of tho allied council at which tho Gorman rep. orations on a sliding scale of. annuities were fixed at approximately and the program of German $00,-000;0- I2, in automobllo grade, For thosann period thero were 1G8 persoris killed and 659 persons-injurecrossing accidents on tho Illinois Central System. Analysis of theso cases shows that crossings considered the safest aro actually the most dangerous. A serious automobllo grade crossing accident, involving personal injury or loss of life, Is usually followed by a demand upon the rnllway for tho ellminatl6n or "protection of tho crossing: Involved. disarmament arranged. Premier Lloyd Georgo will dopart for London tomorrow and Premier Lriand will immediately draw up his rudrcss to tho Chamber of Depjtles, la which he will seek to convince the Icg'slntors that ho had driven tho best possible bargain on reparation from Germany. wore Tho reparations schedules brought before tho exocutlvo meeting of tho council this afternoon and adopted. It was announced' that copies had been forwarded to Berlin and that tho Gorman delegates had been summoned to London on February 28 to recclvo the arrangement formally. London wns substituted for Geneva as thcplace of meeting. Dkfinnnnicnt Date Fixed. It was decided that the disarmament of Germany according to tho Versailles treaty is to bo concluded by the end of June. It was arranged for the prolongation to tho allies for tho occupation of tho Hhlneland and tho possible occupation of the Ruhr region. Tho Germans are to be notified as to theso sanctions at the London conference. The Brussels financial conference will reopen February 7. At tho session this evening there was' another discussion of the Austrian situation and the allies agreed to forego a part of tho reparations and other debts from Austria, also calling a conference of Austria's nelghborsto consider tho matter of assistance to tho embarrassed remnant of tho dual monarchy. An allied commission will bo appointed to investigate the whole matter of Austrian flnnnccs. Just before adjourning the conference passed a resolution calling for a closer union among the allies for tho preservation of peace. It was pointed out that such an agreement is the surest guarantee of tho peace of the world and the execution of the trea' ties. Simultaneously notice was served on Germany that unless she executes tho disarmament program she will be excluded from the Leaguo of Nations Coupled with this was a threat to selzo the Rhino customs In tho event that thero Is a failure on tho reparations schedulo and the Berlin government 13 advised that it must consider that a fifteen years' occupation of tho Rhlneland dates from tho first paymlent. i Peoplo become educated to rely upon the Crossing gates do not entirely eliminate nccldcnts. gasman Instead of upon their own faculties. gatcman errs, tho danger of accident is very gt. . If they ring a gittat deal, automoult-ls- ts Electric warning bells do not entirely eliminate accidents. disregard them. In addition, thoro is always the possibility that abell may not bo in order lust at tho moment of greatest danger. It-the - The human element enters Into most accidents, and. craviSome of the most disastrous automobllo grado crossing; accidents have occurred at crossings where flagmen were on duty. ngs flagmen aro like other human beings. Crossing flagmen are not Infallible. Ono of tho results of crossing "protection" Is to teach the public that crossings are safo. The opposite should bo taught. All railway crossings aro dangerous the "protected" as wen as tho unprotected crossings. This should bo impressed upon the minds" of everybody, beginning, with, the children In the schools. There are about 8,000 grade crossings on the Illinois Central System. It would cost approxlm"-- ly four hundred million dollars, or substantially moro than the combined stock and bond Issues oC tho Company, to ellmlnato them by separation of tho grades. The following is quoted from tho report mado by the Grado Crossing Committee of tho National Association of Railway and Utilities. Commissioners at Washington in November 1920: "To ellmlnato all grade crossings In tho United States would probably cost as much as all tfie railroads in the United States havo cost. Outstanding features of this question aro 1 Inability of the railways to eliminate all grado crossings at any.perlod within present vision. 2 The unreasonableness of some communities insfsC ins upon the railways doing things for them that cannot be dono for all. Every community has its dang.rous crossings. One stato could pot reasonably expect the railways to eliminate all of its grade crossings unless the same thing wer dono in neighboring states in all states. The same principle applies to cities and towns. from two viewpoints tho railways antf Tho railway grade crossing problem is Th? the- public. There Is tho viewpoint of engineers and firemen, which should also be considered. and the habit of automobllists in racing to crossings, and darting upon th" duties are track immediately In front of locomotives, has a great tendency to confuse and distress them. Th3 ought to hav do not want to be Involved In accidents causing personal injury or loss of some assurance that an automobile will be brought to n. stop before it is permitted to cross a railway-track- . usually-considere- the federal constitution," the treaty provides "each stato will retain Its - autonomy and Independence insofar ad tho mnnngemont and direction of Us internal affairs aro concerned, and will carry on the governmental functions not specifically delegated to the nerve-rackin- g, -- llte-.Thc- federation." Tho constitutions of the several states also will continue In force, except such parts ns may bo found In "trntrnvontlon of the federal constitution. "Tho exocutivo power," tho treaty says, "shall, bo roposed in n fedoral council composed of popularly electEach stato is to elect ed delegates. oy council man and ono alternate, who must bo at least 40 "years old, citizen of tho stntc and a native-bor- n from which ho Is elected. Members of tho council shall ba clocted for terms of five years and must reside nt the capital. Alternates may enter into- - deliberations of tho council but bavo no vote. Council To Xame President. "From among their number tho councilmen shall elect a prosldent and a vice president" each to hold offlco lor ono year. Nolthor may succeed himsolf Immediately iu office. "Tho council shall carry on tho business of tho nation and may create necessary departments for tho purpose. "The legislative branch of the govIn two ernment shall bo reposed houses, one of Senators and tho other of deputies. "Tho Senato shall consist of three sonators for.cach stato, elected by tho Congress of tho stato, In question. Sonators must bo at least 4p years old and citizen of the state sending thorn to tho Senate. Each Is elected for six years, tho body ronowlng by thirds ovory two years. A "Tho Houso of Deputies shall bo composed of popularly olected representatives in tho proportion of one inhabitants or to ovory fraction of more than five thousand. Doputics nre to bo elected for four years, tho Houso renewing itself by of its membership evry two years. Supremo Court Provided. "Tho Judicial power shall bo vested in a supreme court and other courts established by law. Supronia court Judges shall bo seven in number and elected by tho Senate from n list of ollglblcs prepared by the executive council. Magistrates aro elected for Tfrio-balf Tho benefits derived from the elimination of grade crossings by the construction of overhead bridges and underpasses the only plan promising absolute safety accrue largely to tho public Irt safety and convenience. Therefore, when crossings are eliminated, tho expense should be divided on. somo fair bash between tho taxpayers receiving the benefits and the railway. If the peoplo of paid in proportion to tho benefits received when a crossing is eliminated, demands for elimination would be less frequent. More crossings could bo eliminated. Tho automobile, In proper hands, is an agency oj safety at railway grade crossings. It can hs driven up close to the tracks and stopped In perfect safety. That cannot always be dono with a spiruse of tho harsa ited horse. Therefore, the Increasing use of the automobile and the decreasing should bo solving the grade crossing problem, instead ot making It worse. We recognize there are crossings that should bj eliminated, but the crying need is for some plan o action that will prevent loss of life and destruction of property in autflmobllo grade crossing accidents that can bo. put into effect immediately. Ono practicable remedy, which would cost but littlo, would bo to inaufeurate a great crusade against carelessn3ss ot automobllists at railway grade crossings. Require them to Stop, Look and Listen. No automobllist who, does that will over meet with an accident, at a railway crossing. , Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. r fl ' I I "ITS WONDERFUL" - President, Illinois Central Kailro'id L r H MARffHAM Coniriniiyv b 1 - a m Tho pact provldos that tho fedoral government Bball recognize the government of no fedorotod atato whose hoad is the product of a revolutionary movoment. life." Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CAS TO R r A DEMANDS OF ALLIES IMPOSSIBLE, SAY GEIIMANS By Karl Von Wlegand. .Berlin, Jan. 29. "Too absurd to discuss seriously." "Tho height of Paris madness." A nnnnratlon and a half of the Gorman people are to be slaves to the ... . These are a few of the many com- - Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts throush the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send of a for testimonials, free. Berlin, Jan. 29. Roports F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. child with magnetic powers are causSold by all drupclsts. 75c. ing groat excitement In tho village of Hall's Family PUIs for constipation. Dkrtershclm, in Davaria. Tho child, a girl of 9, Is declared BLIND GIRL GRADUATES FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS to havo a power of putting lifeless objects into motion without any InterNow York, Jan. 28. Born sightless vention on her part. and believed mentally defective fourThese miracles are roported:. teen years ago, Rosalid Cohen graduWhen sho enters a kitchen, for logs of wood from tho. kitchen ated today from Public School 127 in tire movo about and roll oft after her, Brooklyn, distinguished' as tho only A largo cooking pot Jumped from, the blind child who ever succeeded in flro and flow against the wall.. Pota- winning a diploma in one of the city's toes, boiling In tho pot, Jumped out elementary or grammar schools. Sho ranks 100 per cent In all her onto tho hob, while a pair of wooden clogs became bo agitated that thoy scholastic studies except English, in which she was marked 90 per cent. wont straight thru tho window. Sho is an accomplished musician Medical science, In the persons of Dr. Max and dancer, skilled in domestic sciDr. Bonn, of Nurnburg; Schrench, and Dr. Algner, havo ex- ence and adept with the needle, havamined the child boforo five witnes ing made the graduation dress which ses, and, according to their statements sho wore. Miss Cohen will go to High School the child possesses the powers of a and later enter college to prepare-hersel- f medium. as a teacher for the blind The child and her mother wore perAll her school work is typewritten. secuted by tho local peasantry, being charged with witchcraft. For Children. Too much enro cannot be exercised Periodic Bilious Attacks. Persons subject to porlodic bilious in selecting a cough medicine for attacks will observe that their appe- children, It should bo pleasant to tite falls them Just boforo an attack. tako, contain no harmful drug and That is, they do not really crayo food most effectual in curing tholr coughs but eat becauso it Is meal time. It and colds. Long experience has ' they will eat only a light meal and no shown that Chamberlain's Cough moat, then take two of Chamberlain's Remedy meets theso conditions. It m Tablets tho attack may bo avoldod, m is a favorite with many mothers. INANIMATE OBJECTS MOVE AT WILL OF CHILD MEDIUM State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, es. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ta lenlor partner of tho Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo,. County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pretence, this Cth day of December, A. D. (Seal) 1S80. A. W. QLEASON. Notary Public. - - Taylor, Jr.; and in McHenry by S. sidered, that of englnemon. In thefe-ner- ve J. Tichenor. Advertisement. racking duties they should from tho strain .of Ravins WOMAN SAYS THIS race over crossings directGRADE CROSSINGS ly in front of moving trains, he orv Since the benefits derived fircar. Therei Is a great need for a cru- elimination of grado crossings Feels Like Praising Tanlac sade against the careless automobile largely to tho public in safetyseeroar scttfit To Skies After What It drher. ,ic ordlng to a stateicenr from convonhnce, Mr. Markham iircoiwes Piesident C. H. Markham, of tho Il- that where the elimination Has Done For Her crossing is necessary a planjw linois Central Railroad. out whereby tho cost would ks-President Markham saJ that the d. ruination of all railway grado cross- divided upon a fair basis ljetweeai "I have just finished my second ings, although desirable, would be payers who receive the benefits ; bottle of Tanlac and am already rid ' Impossible i.'ii--i the ellmlur.tlin of the railway. While this wosld of troubles that bothered me for tn 8,000 on thj I'lincls suit in fower demands for crassfec; three years," said Mrs. Chas. Grounds ' Central System would cost more elimination, ft would be pcesiirjter of 111 Fifteenth St., Ashland, Ky. I than tho combined stock and bond thereby to do away with morev "The automobile, in proper baKAtC" "I could scarcely eat anything Issues of the road. He says further without suffering from indigestion. that tho protection measures taken Mr. Markham says, "Is an agency After every meal I had a heavy feel- liv thn rnllwnvs fall to rnlvn tho safety at railway grado crossings 36t ing In the pit of my stomach, with growing grado crossing pioblem be can be driven up close to tho. a smothering sensation and violent cause they teach the public that pro- and stopped In perfect safety. pnlpitatlon of tho heart. These trou- tected irosslngs are safe, whereas tho cannot always be dono with: a sptritei. horse. Therefore, the lnrreasfafase bles got so much worse at night I of- reverse should be taught. ten had to get up and walk the floor The only feaslblo plan to check ot tho automobile and the decrease, in order to breathe. 'I was so nerv- the growing toll of deaths, injuries use of tho horse should bo solvfiifftjfee? ; ous it was almost impossible for mo and losses to property at grade cross- grado crossing problem, instead making it worse. camto got a good night's sleep. My kid ings, he says, is a relentless neys bothered mo and I had severe) paign to make drivers "stop, look and pains in my back And sides. I was listen" at every crossing. FARM AGENTS KND rMEKXINOK; badly constipated and subject to terMr. Markham points out that in rible headaches, In fact I was In such the last four years, ending December Lexington, Ky. Jan. 29 ICenfjats pain nearly all tho time I could hard- 31, last, 4,350 persons were killed ky's 67 county farm agents and. SXL ly get around. and 12,750 were Injured In automo-bil- a homo demonstration agents ccsnpftt "I kept reading and hearing about grade crossing accidents In the ed their respective ant&ual confereafcr-a- t Tanlac I decided to try it, and now United States, and that during that tho State College ot Agrfcrdtwe-Monda- y, I actually feel like a different wo- time 168 persons were killed and C59 January 31. ' Separala man. I have a splendid appetite and were injured in such accidents on the meetings ot both conferences wrek can eat Just anything I want and nov- Illinois Central System. H declares held In the mornings, afternoons iacl er have any bad after effects. I no that an analysis of the cases shows evenings of. tho session durlncwAni longer suffer from constipation or that crossings considered tho least the agents discussed problems reJM: have quit dangerous actually proved the most lng to the furthering1 ot tho work Sera: headaches, my kidneys bothering me and my nerves have dangerous. , heir counties during tho comfngrswtc. quieted down. I can now sleep The Illinois Central's executive In addition to local speakers w'rii-dresse- d soundly for eight hours or moro and declares that one state or community the agents a large number eSr wake up feeling fine and full of en- cannot consistently demand that its special speakers talked to them xsk. ergy. Tanlac has brought me out so railway grade crossings be eliminat- subjects relating to their work-- . I feel like praising it ed, unless some means wero providwonderfully, t to tho skies and I never expect to b ed whereby tho same thing could be without it." done In other states or communities. FOR FLETCHER'S Tanlac Is. sold in Hartford by Dr. lie also submits a viewpoint of tho L. B. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. situation which he says is rarely con tee-free- d asrfo-molM-r- fts r t" tre " ) Children Or CATORi .. " -- L. I "V: 'The Hartford KARTFOHD Republican COMPANY Published Weekly by PRINTING Incorporated W. 8. TINSLHY, Editor mid Business Manager. h6w wo have not formed tho liablt'of attending. Locally, wo can't recall that any complaints havo bcon mado at tho character of plays exhibited, but reformers, preachors and a lot of newspapers throughout tho country aro registering protests against many of tho screen productions of tho pres ent day Although tho shows seem to bo drawing good houses now, yet a roversal of form Is almost bound to set in and in thnt dny quite a fow of the big film producers aro going to havo oodles of Junk on their hands. Tho country, of late, has been rather rampant for tho sensational nothing else Jt seems would appeal but stock-takin- g tlnlo 'is just about at hand and those who are investing millions in films that ought not bo shown would do well to sit up and take notice. x STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Entorcd nccordlng to law at tho FostoMco, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of the second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent fo a new address must glvo tho old , Address in making tho request. Duslness Locals and Notices 10c or line, and 8c per lino for each insortlon. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for each head Una and slgnautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc por word. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. al Whon looking at that big, now smoko funnel down at tho light fac tory of Ed. Silas, Jack and Lorn, wo wero reminded of an old saying: big' bark, llttlo bite. I. D. Clalro was up hero tho other ho told uh that being a now mnn, so to speak, and not so very dny-an- d ' &&?, THE UNIVERSAL CAR I "'5 . - , to ANNOUNCEMENT statement: . well known In Central tMty, ho was h able to moyo in society. top-notc- . TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland 59 123 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County and District Offices. Wo aro authorized to announce the candidacy of the following cltl zens, subject to the action of the Re publican party In the primary election August 6, 1921: For Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2 V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART Court of Appeals, who refused Ben Mclntlro, Letcher County, an injunction to restrain tho Marlon Coal Com pany from building houses, tipples, stores and roads on 140 acres of land, the mineral rights In which Mcln-tlrfather had sold the coal company's predecessors. held The court In this Instance Mclntlro to tho letter of tho deed, by which the company had a right to use tho surface "in every manner that) may bo deemed necessary or convenient for the full and free exrcls of the rights and privileges conveyed."' Under this contract, the" court said, tho company may use the entire surface, leaving Mclntire free Ingress and egress to his houses and buildings. v' 0 EL1ZABET1ITOWN NEWS AND MIRROR CONSOLIDATED es Ernest Birkhcad keeps pestering us about', that tobacco Will Brown gave us some timo ago, and just llko as not, or probably It's moron likely that, that good wlfo of his will havo COURT UPHOLDS SURFACE to bo Introduced to him some two or RIGHTS OF MINE OPERATORS three times some of theso days, before sho will know who Ernest is. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 1. Rights of underlying minerals tho owner of tho We haint axed but irwo or thrco to use tho surface of land in connec- B en who've been in this office, there's operations wero uption with mining been lots of 'era too, In tho last week held today by Judge Sampson of the or ten days, if they were candidates who have given a negative answer. Mr. Edscl B. Ford, Presldont of tho Ford Motor Company, gives out tho following ' . 'ef- Tho priccof tho FORDSON tractor has been reduced from $790.00 to J626. 00, ' fective immediately. price-chang- This has bcon mado posslblo through lower costs of materials and tho fact that we aro now located In our now tractor plant with greatly Increased economic manufacturing facilities in Immediate connection with our foundry and machlno shops and largo blnst furnaces whero Iron Is poured directly from tho ore, gving us maximum efficiency with tho power to reduce cost of production, and down comes tho price in lino with our policy to market products nthe lowest possible flguro withoutin any way affecting our high standard of quality. Wo are particularly pleased In being ablo to bring about this big reduction In prico at this time because tho farmer needs all the help wo can glvo him and this big cut in prico will be the means of placing a valuablo power unit within the reach of practically overy ono of them, not to mention Industrial and commercial concerns which likewise have benefitted through its use and aro already realizing, to a much greater extent, its value as a power and hauling unit. But particularly has tho FORDSON tractor proved a most valuablo factor in tho saving of farm labor, nt tho sanio timo increslng-thper acre crop yield as well ns making possible n utilization of previously uncultivated land, to say nothing of removing no end of drudgery. o resents tho Battlo Nail highly claim of I. D. Clalro that ho (I. D. C.) had anything whatsoever to do with his fame. Bat says ho has been famously known In theso parts for nigh on a half century and that his picture !' t gs in places ho daro not go him self, T It's more than likely he would have to execute a bond before" he could get home to his family. Mr. Harding may go further, do larger fishing and havo a lot said of him', but I'll bet a Jug of buttermilk that he didn't havo half as much fun as John Mooro, Doc Plr- tie, Ed Barrass and yours truly, will have when wo make that annual pil grimage to Grassy In. Mny, coming. i f There is no question that the use of machlno power on tho farm is the greatest adk vancement mado In tho development of agriculture, not only in money saving and money mdklng results, as well as raising tho standards of living on the farm to a much -- higher level, but because of Its proven valuo In making every type of land more productive and consequently our desire to placo tho FORDSON within tho reach of all. THERE IS NO CHANGE IN THE PRESENT FORD CAR AND TRUCK PRICES, which are already at tho lowest posslblo flguro nnd now with rock bottom reached on the tractor price a further reduction In price In olther tho car, truck or tr.nctor Is out of the question; in fact, the big price cuts have been made In anticipation of continuous maximum production nnd Increases may be necessary before long If n large volumo of new business Is not obtained. Therefore, present prlcs of Ford products ennnot bo guaranteed against possible increases." ' Ask" for the book "The Fordson at Work," which will bo supplied free or cost. Lot Ellzabethtown, Ky., Feb. 1. A us demonstrate tho value of a Fordson on your farm, In your factory, lunbor yard, For County Judge: deal was'closed this morning wherecoal yard, or in any general hauling or power work you have to do and lot us have your hanging over his shebang In which MACK COOK Hartford. by the Ellzabethtown News, owned i order for a Fordson. he pops his corn. Said meat rind WINSON SMITH Select. and edited by Col. H. A. aommers, must nqjt yield more ithan 1 drop of W. S. DEAN Dundee. and tho Ellzabethtown Mirror, ownjuice per each half mlnue, as it ed and edited by Keen Johnson, were For County Clerk: consolidated, the plant of the Mirror would bo wasteful. j ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver Printing having been Company Dam. bought by the Ellzabethtown News-Mirr- WILSON TO CALL SENATE FOR MAR. 1, ON REQUEST Bell's Run. ISOM MITCHELL, Printing Company, a recently BEAVER DAM. KY. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. organized corporation, by the busiWashington, Feb. 1. President MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. ness men of this place. Col. H. A. J. ' E. MITCHELL Dundee. Is president of the new cor- Wilson is expected to issue s6on, on Sommers Harding, a E. G. BARRASS Hartford. poration and W. C. Montgomery, vlco request of President-ele- ct call for a special session of tho new i' M. F. CHUMLEY McHonry. of the First Hardin Nation president JAMES A. TATE Hartford. al Bank, Is secretary and treasurer. Senate for March 4, to act on Mr. M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. of the purchaser only should bo selz- - twelve months tho following dc rib-eLOUISVILLE 3LVRKETS. Tho Ellzabethtown News will be con- Harding's nominations of Cabinet and Tho District Court ruled against ed property viz: tinued under the same name, pub- other important officers. "laying ami being situato In Such a special session Is customaFor Jailer: by the 'Ellzabethtown News- him and the Supremo Court today aflished Ky.. on tho Hartford and Cattle Trade was a slow and drag-g- y CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2, Mlrror Printing Company, with Col ry at the change of each Administrafirmed its decision. Paradise public roads and bounded affair and prices about on a parity WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. as follows: Beginning at two black onel Sommers as its editor. The sub- tion, and usually lasts only a few with opening day's decline. Heavy BANK DEPOSITS, UNCLAIMED oaks comor with C. Wllllnms and C. JOHN T. KING Hartford. scription list of tho Mirror will bo days. and hard to G. Taylor nnd A. L. Bennett; thencfr Mr. Harding's request that .the steers aro "in Sunnydale. S. A. LEE by the new publishing continued N 1 E. 201 poles to n sweet gum In compliances with article 59 President call the new Senate togeth- get buyers to take hold of that class Hart- company under name of the EllzaBARNETT L. TINSLEY corner to Srm Bennett Ky. Statutos tho Citizens' Bank of Neal's lino: thonco with land In M. H. er was contained in a telegram 'to of cattle. N'o.-il'ford R. F. D. No. 5. N bethtown News. . . .. .. . .... .. ' QuotationsPrime heavy steers Jiartioru, i.y., Hereby publishes tho SD w. 94 poles to n black oak linethe man, Senator Henry C. Lodge, Massachuon Mr. Johnson Is an $8S.35; heavy shipping steers $7.- - names of Depositors together with West sido of said road; thenco S 1 For Magistrate, having served overseas and will take setts, tho Republican leader, and was 9 K (Hs Q rti nrlttitu in pnnil atonra ? -. Krt .. -- .,...,.., ...v.. lno amount thereof of five years w. iuj poies 10 a siono corner with (Rosine District): a four years' course of vocational transmitted to the White House to- Up u., ngm steers $o.Ducut.iu; mi standing and uncalled for. no divl- - wlth ,,, t.zi; WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. training at Lexington In journalism. day by Senator Oscar Underwood, W. 18 polos and . : dends or interest attached: Alabama, the Democratic leader, act helfers$G7.50; fat cows $5.50 6 links to a atone in n small drain a. N. LOGSDON Rosine. C.50; medium Cows $4 5.50; cutto Jublllco ( No. 99) School Chas. Bunch $3.00; J. F. Beck, ing at tho behest of Mr. Lodge. CHILE AND PERU Mr. Harding will issue after his in- ters $3 4; canners $2.753; bulls 40; C. M. Bnrnett, $1.00; L. P. Bon- -. Hfmi '"t. thenco with n lino of samo HAIL U. S. FLEETS to a StOllo feeders $5.507.50; stack- nctt, -- c, George E. Bnlley, $2.50; nml Ford IIelrs S- - W. It's a suro thing that winter Is auguration a call for a special session thonco s 89 B 112 po,C3 t0 Ule be. "broken, as no groundhog could have 2. Admiral of the full Congress for early spring ers $4 5.50; choice milch cows $65 A. L. Crume, $3.00; B. S. Chnmberlln, ginning containing ono hundred and Santiago, Chile, Fob. seen his shadow In Hart foul either Hugh Rodman and tho higher officers but ho desires to jiavo the more ImQ75; medium to good $35 65; 98c; G. W. Crume, 22c; Concreto llu- -' thirty (130) acres moro or less and day or night, during Monday, Tues- of the United States Pacific fleet, portant of his official appointments common to medium $2035. rial Vault Co., $5 .71; Ben L. Davis, ' J'.0,"K samo land conveyed to said E. Hun,y Itt' Win. T. Rcld April 23, day or Wednesday. Calves Market 50c off. Best 33c; Molllo Dinwiddle, fhlch is at anchor at Valparaiso, were confirmed before that time so that $l.U, JJ. mi0 1856 and bolnir recorded In deed given In the Administration machinery can be veals $11011.50; medium to good Bennett, 5c; Mrs. L. P. Foreman, 6c; book "R" page No. 19, Ohio County guests of honor at a banquet Wo second the motion, say amen, this city last night by President Ales- - permanently established with tho $58.50; common to medium $35. J. D. Ford, 5c; E. M. Ford, lc; G. R. Clerk's office, to which reference may Hogs Prices steady with a good Ford, 53c; W. S. Hill, 57c; M. D. be had. or whatever may be necessary to ap- sandrl of Chile. Tho function mark- least possible delay. prove the wheelbarrow-bicycl- e domand for the best hogs, 200 pounds Hoflin, 5c; F. G. Jackson, 5c; C. P. artiExcepting out of said boundary, ed tho close of a busy day of recepcle In the current Issue of the Herald, tions and calls of ceremony by tho and up at $9.75; 120 to 200 pounds Keown, lc; Dan King, $1.00; Herbert however, tho following boundary ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. $10.25; pigs 120 pounds down $9.50 King, 3c; Virginia Boll, 05c; J. M. E. "Beginning at a" stone corner with and wo will, In passing meekly sug- American officers. During ithe dinWilliams and C. O. Taylor and A. gest that if some way could be devis- ner toasts to On February 12, 1921, at about 10 throwouts $8 down. Lane, 50c; D. B. London, $1.57; Ham L. Bennett; thenco North ono degrco President Wilson and Sheep and Lambs trade generally Mudd, 4c; T. S. Marks, 37c; Mc. Mur-- E. 95 poles to a stono In Bennett's ed by which a bit of mud and filth President-elecHarding were propos o'clock, a. in., I will sell at public t could bo removed from tho crossings, ed, and Best sheep quotable at ry, 6c; Y. L. Moseley, Admr., 55cj lino; thenco North 89 degrees West outcry, to the highest bidder, one set unchanged. there was an exchange of 66 poles so that people could get from ono $3 down; bucks $2 down. Best lambs Mayme Morton, $3.40; J. B. Monroo, degreo to a stono; thenco South one felicitations between Government of- of blacksmith's tools and appliances West 95 poles to a stono; itfa of tho street to the" other in de5. 90c; May & and a lot of open accounts. Sale will ranged from $7010; socouds4 Barnett, 34c; Ella Nor- - honce South 89 degroes East 66 poles ficials and tho visitors. A drop of 3 to 5c in egg prices is ris, $2.82; Crlt Park, $5.00; to tho beginning containing 39 acres cent shape would help matters con. take place at the shop of Swain & J. W. more or loss, and bolng siderably. Wo detest a chronic tho same noted with prediction of further de Pierce, 4c; Thos. S. Hoover, 74c; Swain, Centertown, Ky. LIBERTY BOND PRICES land convoyed to J. II. Hunley by T. linocker and love a booster, but it clines. U. S. CARSON, Admr., Miller, 13c; D. D. Mosloy, $1.35; E. Hunley on March 18th, 1908 and LocaPproduce dealers quote buying Mabel Park, $1.50; Tom Hamilton, recordod In Book No. 36, page 329,..-Oh-lo 4aks a shovel or scrapei to move Liberty 91. 8Q J. B. Swain, deceased. prices as follows net to shippers the 57c; Ralph & O'Bannon, $3.95; Mrs. iv.ud. County Court Clerk's office." ; Liberty 1st 4s 86.50 Tho second tract ordorcd sold is. shipper paying' freight and 'drayage Martha Rowo, 87c; Rowe & Morton, Liberty 2d 4s 85.84 AUTO STALLS; DISGUSTED bounded and described as follows: We heartily approve tho refusal of Liberty 1st 4 Us Sc; Mrs. Ida E. Rontrow, $1.89; Mrs. OWNER BLOWS IT UP charges: 86.70 "Located and situated in Ohio. Eggs 47 48c dozen. President Wilson to pardon Eugene Liberty 2d 4 Us M. J. Rhoades, 68c; H. J. Stewart, County, Kentucky, on tho Hartford 86.24 Poultry Hens 24 26c lb.; largo 10c; II. S. Sanders, 89c; Eugene & and Paradiso road. Beginning at a. V. Debs, who Is serving a ten-ye89.54 Hazelhurst, Miss., Feb. 1. Ed MyLiberty 3d 4 Us sentence in tho Atlanta Federal pri- Liberty 4th 4 86.68 ers, a Franklin County road builder, spring chickens 20 24c lb.; small Belva Stroud, lc; H. E. Turner, 13c; stone, corner with E. Williams and C. O. Taylor and A. son, for what virtually amounts to Victory-97.16 was so disgusted when his automobile 2432c lb.; old roosters 12 13c W. S. Taylor, 50c; H. M. TIchonor, thenco North one degreoL. Bennett? E. 95 polos treason. Talcing It for granted that Victory 4 97.20 stalled today that he blew It up with lb.; stags 20c lb.; young ducks 24c 17c; C. P. Turner, 55c; W. H. Woer-nlc- a. to a stono in Bennett's line; thenco' lb'.; No. 1 turkeys 36c lb.; geese 18 wag. beyond doubt, guilty, he Debs dynamite. Tho explosion was heard $1.02; R. Robinson, 41c; A. E. North 89 degrees West 60 poles to ought to be required to take all that 20c lb; guineas 30c each, young Westerfield, 63c; L. T. Wrlcht, 9c; a stono; thonco South (me degree CENTERTOWN. fifteen miles and negro Inhabitants of, West 95 poles to a stone; Is legally coming In tho way of punMartinsville believing the world had guineas 50c each. C. T. Warden,. $2.92; Sallle O. War- South 89 dogrees East 66 poles thenco to tho ishment. He occupied tho position Miss Agnes Duncan, who Is teach- come to an end, went (o their knees den, 23c; Mrs. E. Woodward, 69c. beginning containing 39 acres moro high-uO. K.'S SEIZURE in the councils of the ing in tho graded school here, visit- in prayer, Parts of the automobile COURT of a Attest: J. C. RILEY, President. or less, and bolng the same land convoyed to J. H. Hunley by T, E. Hunparty or clan to which he belonged, ed her home at Bowling Green, last were found hanging in trees and scatOF BOOZE CARRIERS ley MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in on March 18, 1908 and recorded and when one who hag attained the Saturday and Sunday. tered over a wide section. Book No. 36, page 329, Ohio CounOhio Circuit Court. position of leader of a considerable . Miss Flossie Mason, of Rockport, Washington, 17 The Jan. ty Clerks office. Brent Hunley, et al Plaintiffs. men, which recognition was the guest of Miss Margaret Ben- COOLIDGE'H OVERCOAT number of All coal and mineral underlying Coure today upheld tho right vs. Notice. all the above described tracts of land was given to Debs, he ought to be ton a few days ago. S.TOLEN IN Y. M. O. A. of the police to seize and confiscate May Hunley, et al Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order together with all rights and priviDr. J. L. Smith and J. M. Kincho-lo- e in ado tho brightest and most shining an automobllo on a part time contract leges, as Is provided in Deed of Date example of when he deliberately viowere in Owensboro last Monday. Ga., Feb. 2 Atlanta's Po- prohibition law. The court's decision ttaT Atlanta, at the November" term W0. of etCctob,enr tho laws and rules of tho land, lates Rev. L. W. Tlchenor and wife visit- lice Department admitted itoday that was handed down in an appeal the abovo styled court, mo.S.-l'.SPUA &. Frd,.ot record in S especially Is this truo under cond- ed in Dundee last Saturday and Sun- Calvin Cooltdge's overcoat had been brought from the District Court of as commissioner of said dlrectlne Book. 19 at nne-- .1)R nrn Imro- court to sell by roserved as provldod in said deed. itions as existed when this prisoner day. Georgia by J. W. Goldsmith, Jr., an the hereinafter described real estato stolen while the Vice President-elec- t The purchaser will required was called to halt. Mrs. Lowis Robertson, of Moorman, was visiting here last week and that automobile dealer. Goldsmith sold for the purpose of first paying the to oxecuto bonds payable bo equal InIn coit of the above styled action, tovisited relatives here last weok. tho police could not find It. The pub- a nautomobllo on a part time contract gether with tho cost of this stallments In six and twelve months, salo and The "Movies" aro bolng given a lot Mrs. Earl Tlchenor visited her par- lic was asked to help. per and the car was seized before the pay- dividing tho proceeds among tho par boarlng intorest at tho rate of 6 annum from dato until pald.'-saiof free, but ndvorse advertising. A ents, Dr. and Mrs. Balrd In Hartford The coat was taken while tho Vlco ments wero completed when the own- ties enuiicu inereto, as their inter ' .general crusado against what Is com- last Tuesday. President-elec- t V2 avo. and a nn&sUec' was Inspecting tho Y. er was arrested for violating the ests may appear, I will hlhM? salo f a. Judgmont, tde torcelion will, bo at nubile outcry to the n termed as running to soxuall-ile- s. monly Mrs. Charllo Carter and Mrs. Silvia M. C. A. Building, and bocause of liquor law. ' ne" u in. PPerty ' best bidder at tho court house door Is being waged almos every- Simmons, of Asklns, visited relatives civic prido the detectives wanted to The dealer contended that ho had In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mnnrinv thor securo the payment of "said -bonds. We aro not much of a pic- hero last week. where return It without tho world knowing no knowledge In selling the aar,as to February 7th, 1921 (It being the first Given under my hand this the 19? Worth Ticheuor, of Hartford, was that the theft had -- been committed the purposo for which It was to be uay oi me regular term of tho Ohio day of January, ture show fan, not that wo do not r 1921. County Court) at the hour of ono Jlke a good screen show, but some- - In town Wednesday, hero. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. used and contended that the equities clock P. M., upon a credit of six n'. and Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. Kaiser Rial "wants to buy or a piece of meat skin, not larger than, say 6xG, for the purpose of bor-ro- w BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY or I d. , Ohio-Count- o i (T v- i , ... .... .... s -- . -- -- ,,oVs9 $2.-'cor- $46; Lu-th- or 3s ar l-- 3 3-- 4s p, Su-pre- -- l' fittB' jt A TELEPHONES. II. T. Holbrook was In Contrnl City, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Blrkhead Saturday, on business. and daughter, Irene Cox, wero In Monday, shopping and visit- For Cook Stoves and ranges at n ign friends and relatives. bargain sco ACTON BROS. Mr. and Mrs. Carey E, Crowder, " Highest Cash Prices paid tor egga of Morton, left tho first of this rpit and paultry. for Hull, Texas, where they go tqiyli- It their daughter, Mrs. C2C11 Pdtt, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and Mr. Potts. Miss Bcatrlco Leach has accoptod Mrs. A. W. Mills roturned to hor a position with tho Ohio County Drug from a two homo hero Tuesday, Company. week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sco ACTON imOS., Special Prlco Timer Westorfleld and Mr. Wester- ad on local pago. They havo somo field, of Route 2. pre-wprices. Mr. S. L. King has purchased1 "the Mr. James Tato spent Sunday In Insuranco business of Holbrook & On an electioneering Bnlzo, and has opened an office over Lcltchtlcld. tho general Rtoro of W. II. Baize ad expedition Jim? joining tho Bank of Hartford build ing. ' Mrs. Joo Tato and son wcro the guests of relatives in Deavcr Dam, If you would live In a bettor town, Sunday and Monday. under better conditions and bo boU tcr yoursolf, then seo ithat your pres Mrs. W. C. Blankcnsklp wont to ence Is recorded In tho meeting to bo Dawson Springs Wednesday for a so held nt tho Collego Auditorium, Feb. journ of sovefal days. 10 at 7:00 p. m. 1 ar REICHSTAG SAYS DEBT TOO HEAVY Appcnl.s Of Europe JV To Workers Of For Revision Itcpnratloni. DEARBUYER: We continue to place our advertising before youi re in order to keep the name of our store constantly you. We want you to become so familiar witlh our store and our merchandise and to feel such satisfaction with our methods of doing business, chat, whenever you have a need in our line you will fin: ts mediately think of our store as the place where can be supplied. Here we are quoting you a: few of our prices which will help you remember; this as the store of big values. lies-foyam-wan- ft WALL TYPE Western Electric, Kellogg, and Stromborg. DESK TYPE Westori Electric and Kellogg. automobile. Will aero farm with horse, trado 18 W. E. ELLIS & DUO. cow, barn and house, located at Be-d- a, Ky. What havo you? B. H. toJudgo Mack Cook will return day from Dawson Springs, whore ho Mills, 1301 Trlplott St., Owensboro, 30t3 Homo phono 240. has been since Monday. WANTEDi-A- us for nil kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. Sco n Mrs. Vernon LIgon ,arrlved here Mr. J. W. Daniel, of North noslnc, In was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Monday to spend a week with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo. Wall and Desk Foreman, City, ithla week. Mrs. LIgon will go to Henderson MonTypo Mr.Edward Duko Is visiting friends day to spend a few days with Mr. Llg-on- 's parents before returning to Jier give excellent In Middlcsborough, and points adjahomo In Frankfort. cent thereto In Tennessee. SERVICE. Miss Norlno Barnett, who was forc-r- d Mrs. J. S. Dean an little son, of to tempo'arlly relinquish her posiHorso Branch, wero guests of Dr. L. tion as teacher in the Mt Vernon 13. Dean from Sunday to Tuesday. High School, on account of a mild atMiss Emily Dell, a student in tho tack of typhoid, has recovered her High School, spent last week end normal condition and left last Friday to resume her position. with friends and relatives near k. Grabaphone - BATTERIES That aro mndo for telephone servico will glvo bettor satisfaction and longer life than any bat tery on tho market. W--'- R iaUEyBELK iYrTERyg $ m REPAIRS C9iiS& JL i law jKjfj If jour tolcphono does not ring good, hotter let mo equlpp it with this permanently adjusted rlngor and jsnvo you trouble. Tho repoted laboratory and switchboard tests havo proved tho efficiency of this Generator. NO NEED TO WAIT I have telephones and supplies In stock. Make a specialty of repair work. If you need Wire, Drackots, Pins, Spools, Insulators, Insulated Wlro, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or nny part for a, telephone, call, write or phone mo. Mutual phone No. 1. A fow second hand 'phones in stock. z , A W, G. MUFFETT, HEAVER DAM, . KENTUCKY. The Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 ed thn nnatHAn nf tttflnnpriinhftr with .. .. v tho Merchants Wholesalo Grocery Co., Bell, of Mr. Robert Franklin of Louisville. Whltesvillc, and Miss Laura Chrlslcr, of Owensboro, wero united In marDon't fall to attend the P. T. A. riage at tho home of the latter, TuesCivic Welfare meeting at tho Collego day of this week, in Owensboro. Mr. Auditorium next Thursday evening I Jell is a son of Robert Bell, of Whltesvllle, and n cousin of Mrs. J. at 7:00 o'clock."" P. Casebler, of Hartford. Mrs. W. C. Dlankenshlp and Miss Myrtlo Maddox returned .Monday Prof. J. F. Bruner and Roy H. from Louisville, whore they had been Foreman, together with Misses Mary since last week-enMarks, Martha Stevenson, Alice Taylor, Winnio Wilson and MA. S. O. Thoso who aro interested in for- Keown, composing the faculty of the ward movements should not fall to local graded and high school, spent' bo at tho Collego Thursday evening of last Friday In Owensboro, visiting and tho 10th., at 7:00 o'clock. Inspecting the methods employed in the schools of that city. Mr. PowollTIchenor, a student of i Lexington, Is COMMUNISTS MAKING TROUBLE tho Stato University spending, a few dys Jiero and with relatives near Ccntcrtown. All Jugoslavia Is being threatened by tho activities of tho communists, Mrs. Carlisle Render who has been who are seeking to establish a soviet in a sanatorium, Loulsvlllo, for sov-er- al regime In tho country. At Bolgrade months, has fully recovered and a groat clash occured in front of the returned to her home hero Sunday. communists meeting hall when tho pollco tried to suppress demonstraMiss Erma Carter, until recently tions. More than 200 were woundbookkeeper for tho Beaver Dam ed in the rioting, during which tho Planing Mill Co., has accepted a posi- communists threw Btones and the po tion with a concern In Chicago, 111. lice used bayonets. It waa found that many of the leaders of tho disturbMr. A. S. Tanner, who has been en- ances wcro Russians. gaged In tho Insuranco business hero for somo time, has transferred his HAIR CUT 25 CENTS! interests to Walter II. Parks, and returned to Owensboro. Boston, Jan. 29. Frank V. Bruno, barber, Wasn't raised his. prices for County Agont M. L. McCracken and haircuts and shaves In twenty-fou- r Assistant B. D. Mclnteer will return years. Saturday from Lexington, whero they Tho prices in 'Bruno's shop aro: are in attendance of a State confer- Hnlr cut, 25 cents; shave, 20 cents. ence of Cojpity Agents. Bruno's barber shop Jb over tho . Tremont Theater. Mrs. Onto Hoover, of tho Sarvlco He has been a barbpr since 1897. Hill country, died at her homo oarly Bruno hasn't an automobile or a yesterday morning'. We had not big fortune. But ho. ha3 a great learned any thing as to tho burial ar- number of friends and a big reputa rangements at press hour yesterday. tion. , d. , pair of .good, for somo time securing an appraisefour-yement of the L. & N. lands throughout old Mules. - CHARLEY SMITH, tho County, has been transferred to Mobile, Ala., whOro ho is to be simiHartford, Ky. R. 2. larly engaged. Mrs. Taylor will Join Miss Kennedy Collins has accept- Mr. Taylor at an early date. l'OR ar Hoyt L. Taylor, who has boen.thcro SAIiK One ,...... ., Berlin, Feb. 2. Tho Reichstag parties, through their loaders, today seconded tho Government's atitudo on the Paris aggromont. The debate which lasted (three hours, was dispassionate, barring Interruptions during tho Communist leader's speech, tho solo dissenting noto in the parliamentary chorus of approval. s, Dr. Paul Levy, for tho told tho Reichstag that ithe present situation was Inasmuch as it recalled the outbreaks of official and bourgeois anger after 'tho armlstlco terms, tho Versailles treaty and the Spa agree;-mentwero published, 'He added that, dcsplto excessive protestations, the Qovornment invariably subsequently discovered that thero was no choice but to sign. President Loebe, at tho conclusion of the debate, commended the parties and their speakers on the unanimity of their sentiments. He hoped tho would listen to tho warning voices and spare the German people, and Itself the Inevitable consequences unless tho reparation terms wero radically revised. Dr. Schlffer, former Minister of Justice, and Herr M,ueller, former Chancellor, both approved the declaration by Dr. Simons and trusted that the counter-proposa- ls would lead to an agreement with the Entent. - Herr Mueller declared that the workers of all countries were endangered by the reparation proposals, which would convert the" present economic crisis into an European catastrophe. He appealed to the workers to bring about negotiations for a prac-I'.Ic- al solution. He admitted that the disarmament obligations could no longer be avoided if the German pcoplo wero to be spar ed fresh and grievous visitations. Dr. Hergt, for the National party, sild he would have liked a more decisive tone in Dr. Simons' observations on disarmament. "East Prussia," ho went on, "ox-ptr- ts of tho Fatherland that she will not be abandoned in the face of tho No Boichevlk dangers. German ought to assist the Entente in Imposing unprecedentedly hard dijarn.'a-n- i en t conditions." , Expressing approval of the Foreign , .iuuio.1 wc;a uu iciiitiuiiuua( 41. Hergt concluded: "Sipy tho German people In the hour of decision find itself equal to the occasion." ultra-radicalmirth-provoking, s En-ten- to Hope Bleach, 15c per yard. Yard-wid- e Brown Sheeting, 2 12& and 15c per yard. Best Prints 15c per yard. Apron Ginghams 15c per yard. Dress Ginghams 20c to 30c yard 94 Brown Sheeting 55c. 104 Brown Sheeting 60c. 94 Bleach Sheeting 55c. 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting 65c. Yours for good values, ' . "i ' v r a a a iij taron . vw .ii w- - w ta - - . 1,0- - K' sr w mer m- itf . m Hartford, Kentucky. CENTRAL GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stewart vislt-q- d Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. C. B, '' Howard, at Hartford, Wednesday. The successful school taught here by Oscar Stewart, closed Friday. Mr. Hurchell Hubbard lately received news that his father, of Hill, Oklahoma is very ill of Influenza. Mr. Hubbard left at onco for his father's honi. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Roeder are the proud parents of a baby girl, born January 22. The young lady, Mildred, Lois and the mother are both getting along nicely. Mrs. R. II. Brown and son, Elbert, visited hor daughter, Mrs. Joy Porter, of Midway, recently. Mr. J. W. Roeder and daughter, Mrs. Carrie Martin, are visiting Mrs. Hannah Roeder, of Sullivan, Ind. Mr. Hubert Rowo, of Centertown, visited his cousins Ellis and Cecil Roeder, recently. 3,130 STATE TEACHERS HAVE 1020 CERTIFICATES Beginning Monday morning we place on sale ( our entire line of . Ladies' Cloaks at half price. The .open winter has left us with mote than we care to cany over ,hence this tremendous re" duction. Come, look them over; see the price ticket divide by two; then you will have the price they wflL cost you. This means our Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 22 One thousand one hundred and forty-twfirst grade teachers' certificates; second grade certificates and -six State certificates were issued by the State Department of Education during 1920," according to a report issued, here today. There were 5,- 760 applicants for first and seconds grade certificates and 101 for State certificates. The next examinations o 1,-9- 32 fifty- $50.00 win When In need of mattresses, mat- W1NNES JURORS BTILIj DISAGREE tings, rugs, beds, dressers, tables, chairs, kitchen cabinets or anything Harlan, Ky., Fob, 2. Apparently In the. furniture lino seo forty-eig- ht ACTON BROS. hopelessly deadlocked hours after receiving tho case, the juJames S. C, White Leghorns tho ry trying Dn Winnes, former stato egg machines, Flpck hoaded by veterinarian, for the murder of Miss "Foarrls" strain cocks. Eggs ?2.00 Lura Parsons, Pine Mountain SQtyo-me- nt per IB; $6.00 per 60; $10.00 perJOO. school teacher, last September MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, retired tonight without a decision. Centertown, Ky. Twice today tho Jury Bent word to Judgo W. T. Davis that It was unable Commonwealth's Attorney, C. E. to agree, but the Judge refused to disSmith will leavo Monday for Owens- miss it. Tonight Judge Davis declared that boro, whero he will be in attendance of the Daviess Circuit Court, during It a verdict is not reached by inprn-tn- g he will again address tho Jury, the wook. Mrs. Smith will accompaurging the Importance of a decision. ny Mr. Smith. Ho is "tired of hung Juries" he oaid. Dr. Winnes was in tho courtroom Dr. J. S. Bean, pt Horse Branch, spent Monday night here with his with his family all day. Ho seems fathor, Dr, L. B. Roan, enroute homo convinced. that ho will be acquitted. from Eddyvllle, whore he witnessed THie rumor 13 still current that the tho electrocution of Lee Ellison, early Jury stands eleven for acquittal and one for conviction. Monday morning. b'e held In May. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Tho Owensboro "Wagons can be had at ACTON BROS. Mr. J. R. Johnson, of Olaton, was In this city yestorday. Attornoy W. H. Darnes made a business trip to Owensboro Monday. ' Mr. Win, Schroador, of North sine, was in town yesterday, on business.- aired n red to Rock and Weigh Lay 1 am In better position to please my customers than ever before. For twenty years I have culled and mated until I now have a yard of Barred Rocks that Is the peer of any. This year I have tnated my fine cock that produced such fine birds last year as a cockerel, with the best hens and pullets and am ready to furnish eggs at $3.00 for 1C or $5.00 for 30. I have also mated three oxtra heae vy and finely barred cockerels with a choice lot of hens and pullets and am roady to .furnish eggs at $1.50 for 15. A fow extra fine cockerels and pullets at a bargain It taken at onco. Eggs for incubator for 100, prices 30tf on application. JNO. B. WILSON, well-mad- Coats for $35.00 Coats for $30.00 Coats for $25.00 Coats for $15.00 Coats for. Ets. Etc. $25.00 V . $17.50 r . . $15.00t ") $12.50 $ 7.50 to We lose ; you win. If you need ai cloak and fc fail to buy, you lose. See! Sure : ' poultry Wo have field fence, rabbit and fenc'o, and barbed wlro fence. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. Sallye Dalloy died at her botnp near Glen Dean Sunday aftornoon. Mrs. Dalloy was a sister of Squlro W S. Dean, of Dundee ' JRGa tino fixed, U tMt. ANCIENT SPORT Hauler Is riotorinlnod from tho old paschal or. Jewish lunar month, whllo Christmas is determined by tho RoHOLDS BELGIANS CIRCUIT COURT. HEAVER DAM. Only Kcpilnc Slcnks nnd Rousts Aro man calendar, which has no relation Judge R. W. Slack, OweniboTO. Ch'ra'n. Board W. T. MoKenner-Olo- rk To He llntl At Those Places ; to tho lunnr month. Ooiii'th. Attorney C. 3. Bnilth, HartR. W. King. Hor.sc Disappearing. It Is absurd of courso that wo ford. te Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Firearms Fail should celobrato tho birth of Christ Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Paris, Jan. 29. Moro than half n each year December 25, and eclcbrato Marshal R. F. Stevons. To Dispell Love For Otto C. Mar million horses dlsapcar every year, his resurrection on n dato ranging .Master Commissioner tin. Hartford. Archery. according to Georges Lefobvroprom-inon- t auywhero from March 22 to April FORDSVILLE. French humanitarian, who says 25. Obviously ono dnto or tho othor Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonoi. that In ten years tho only horses left must bo wrong, and as a matter of 1st Monday in March 13 dayB Clork Olla Cobb. In Wcstorn Europe will bo thoso pre fact both aro. Ostond, Belgium, Jan. 1 In those Com'th. nnd Civil. served In zoological gardens ns curidays of ultra-modefirearms, Pollco Judgo C. P. ICessInger. Easter Is defined ns tho first Sun 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. osities. still cling to nrchory with a deday after tho paschal full moon Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 13 days "A lesson should bo learned by tho that is tho first Sunday nttor tho full votion which renders the pastimo alCom'th, and Civil. extraordinary rapid numerical decllno moon that occurs on or noxt nfter most a national sport. ' 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR of tho American buffalo," assorts March" 21, or,prc3umably tho vernal 3d Monday In September archery club at Knocko, a Tho FOR PRESENT YEAR; Civil. Lofcbvro in n manifesto to French equinox. K..cannot bo carllor than small seasido town, hai just conclud4th Monday In November 13 days horse-lovered a concourse which bro.tght sturdy March 22 or later than April 25. County Bonrd of Education- - -- E. S. Com'th. and Civil. "Fifty years ago millions of buffalinvmen from all pam of Belgium The paschal moon for tho purpose Howard, S. S. O. C. lo roamed tho western plains. Today of reckoning Eastor. howover Is not flocking to tho meet, .vhlch con' '.tuCOUNTr COURT. Dlv. No. 1 It. A. Owen, Hartford. their number in tho entire world is tho real-mord for a wci.:t. 'Iho i.i.usunl spi-- t but a sort of arbitra- Ueota first Monday In each month. Routo 6. to bo counted in scarco hundreds. Is itiown In tho A'tifncan Red Cross ry moon, and thero aro special rules Judge Mack Cook. "Tho same thing is, happening be- governing tha matter which need not iravel film "Children of tho Dunes." No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. fore our eyes with the horse. Tho be gone into hore. If tho full moon According to tho rules which pre-Ta- ll Clerk W. C. Blankenship. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rontrow, Dun buffalo was killed off because of Its falls on Sunday, Easter Is tho follow for archery contests, tho entrants Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dco. meat valuo and becauso of Its ferocity. ing Sunday. .select their own arrows, tho manufac Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. Robt. Oofr, Roslno. "Tho horse is dying off in Europe ture of which Is an Industry of con SHERIFF'S SALE Jnller Worth Tlchenor. Tho vernal equinox can actually Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stovons, Bcavor-Dnalso becauso of its meat value and fall on March 20, 21, or 22. This proportion in Belgium. Ma slderablo D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner ny of the bows aro of ancient mako, By vlrtuo of execution No. 120S, becauso of its comparative usolessn'ess year it is on the 20th; but in reckonSurveyor C. S. Moxley. having been handed down from father directed to mo which issued from tho bcsldo tho automobile. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. ing Easter they taka March 21. Tho Dlv. No. 6 Nut Ltndlcy, "During tho war when fresh meat dato for tho paschal moon is based on to son for several generations. Clerk's of.'lce of cho Ohio Circuit FISCAL COURT. Court, in favor of Aunnda Gibson vs. was difficult -to obtain ttho people of Buropean longitudes nnd not on Am- Targets On Mnst. -- . T f County Bonrd of Examiners: E. S -01 rruntu uuu r.uBiuna as Moots first Tuesday ln April and Tf of tho club grounds W. Herbort Gibson, I, or ono of my r,uruiie the inntii.ln V9. In the center Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Midkltf nn. well as Germany mado tho acquaint- basls, Eastor might be a different October. meters deputies will, on Monday, tho 7th is n great steel mast thirty-on- o 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. high. In preparation for a meet It is day of February 1921, botweon tho ance of horsemcat and found that it dato in Europe than in America. Tcachors Instltuto, Sopt. 13th was not so bad as it had been paintRoute 3. aro fitted to hours of 1:0) oclcck P. M., nnd 4:00 lowered and cross-arm- s Tho first full moon after March 21 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- 17 th. top. On thoso arms aro fixed j M., at tho court houso door in ed. tho this year is on March 23, about threo "Providing the horse was a healthy p. m., at Washington. But this, of er Dam. email bunches of feathers, and at tho Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky EXAMINATIONS topmost point a plume of larger pro expose to salo, to tho highest bidder, animal and providing its blood had course, means eight p. in. in London 3rd District Q. B. Drown, Simmons. beon drained off immediately follow- - nnd nino p. m., in Rome and in China 1th District" G. W. Rowe, Centor- portions. The small targets arc four tho following property, or so much Common School Diploma May 14. town. inches long and ono inch in diameter. thereof as may bo necessary to satis- lng slaughter th.o meat ofa horso ts,,t w, be tho noxt (la.( Mnrch 24 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam. v W. C. Daugherty.Balzo- - and Fordsvlllo.. They nro arranged on wooden pegs fy plaintiff's debt, interest and cost, nourishing and can bo taken even by It will be 1932 before Easter will r.tli District invaljds without harmful effects. town. can strike. and tho cost of this sale, May 21 and 22 County Touchers against which an arrow come as early as March 27 again. "Following this need and this dls Next year will ho lato, April 16, nnd Otb District W. S. Dean, Dundee. "Two lots of ground In tho town The mnst is then raised and amid Examination at Hartford,- - (Whlto). it cheering and the music of bands, the of Hayti, Ohio County, Kentucky, covery hundreds of horso butcheries ,n 1D23 lt wlll bo Aprll lf Ia9t yoar 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. May 28 nnd 20 County Tcnchers" B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination nt Hartford,, (Colored). jscorc-kcepcalls the men In their shown and designated on tho plat of wore established thruout Paris, It was April 4; in 1919 it was April 8th District "There are In Paris now moro than 0 and ln 19ls ,t wag March 31 ford, Route 6, said town on filo in tho office of the turn. Juno 18 and 19 County and Stato- Standing at the foot of tho mast, County Court Clerk, as lots Nos. 33 500 meat markets exclusively devot- - Th snowa how erratlc the ,,ate j3.-ekTcachors' Examination at Fordsville, HARTFORD. to the salo of horseflesh. and fronting on the South ,t jumpg back aml forth wUhout tho (White). tho bowmen, ono after another, take and Mayor J. E. Bean. . "Tlpfif.. miittnn. vft.il nnrl nnrlc nrnl .. .. . ... . . .siipnrpsr rpifiPFnrn in nnr pairniinr. i Juno 25 and 2G County and Stato' keen sight nt tho tiny specks nearly 210 feet on Lewallen Street, boundClerk J. A, Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, There has been a great deal of agi100 feet in tho air. There is a sharp ed on tho East by No. 34 or tho so high that horse meat constitutes Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. twang as the singing bowstring is re- Boundary Eidsoir lot, and on the the largest Item in the domestic bill tation, at one timo and nnothcr, "in (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebler. uprunning S. 70 W. 210 of the poorer Paris housewife. Sopt. 17 and IS County nnd Stnto North by a line favor of making Easter fall on a fixleased and a white arrow shoots "Tho danger in all this is that ieu uaie, nice unnsimas. uui me ira ROCKPORT Tcachors' Examination at Hartford, ward among the feathery targets. It feet to tho corner of No. 32; thenco Chni'n. Board W. G. Her. (Whlto). Is no small task to bag one of the with a lino thereof S. 165 feet to horses are not like cattle, sheep nnd dltlonai reasons against such a reform some pigs, raised for slaughter. Sept. Clork N. II. Bratcher. 25 County nnd State old Lewallen Street, containing are so wo.ghty that thcro j3 very m. feathers, but many keen-eye- d utu u uuioo j .wiitu .1 is ..nc. Uo chanco 0f it3 uelng adopted, Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkorson. Teachers' Examination a,t Hartford,. bowmen down a dozen in tho course thing over one acre moro or less, beMarshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). The one who dis- ing the samo property convoyed to because ho Is old, sick or because his j The merchants the manufacturers of an afternoon. whoiesajers ot 3easonal goods locates the great plume at the top Is the defendant, W. Herbort Gibson by ownernasnoiurineruseiornimanu;and declared king of the meet and takes C. H. Tinsley, and wife, by deed of can make moro money selling him to wouU1 ke very much t0 havo Eastor So wolll(i down tho prize made up from the en- date February 18, 1907, and of record the butchers than to any one for use. come the samo every year "Woman "Thus there ls.no scientific breed- - the C0,,eBe aUthorltics and students, in Deed book No. 29, page 324, Ohio trance fees. lngof horses and the species is slow-- 1 And s0 also would the iadlc3 who County Court Clerk's office." Mortars Announce Hits. Every hit is signalized by tho fir"Which said real estate has been ly but surely becomelng extinct. Of hava to "hump themselves" so to ing of small mortars touched off by levied upon as tho property of W. six million horses in France before keep up with the fashions. If Easter was pinned down to a a long Iron poker. Thus gunpowder Herbert Gibson. Said salo will be the war there are now not more than and arrows mix strangely in a Belgian mado on a credit of six months. Bond SOO.OOO and this figure is decreasing given date, then people could arrange FOR PERSONAL IIYr.lPNF. security required, at tho rate of 100,000 every six their programs accordingly nnd they Diisolvcd in water for douche top archery meet. with approved C per months. pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflamwould not, as now, find their date The bowmen wear a small skull bearing interest at tho rato of S'y-S"Tho situation in England, Germa- schedules thrown out of gear a month mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. .cap and a leather cuff which prevents cent per annum from tho day of sale ny and other European countries is or more from yoar to year. Milady ' Finkhain Med. Co, for ten years. the sleeve from interfering with tho and having tho force and effect of a A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, practically the same. Efforts for the might then get her now spring bonore throat nnd soro eyes Economical. flight of tho arrow from the bow. The sale bond. Hu cxtnordjiuy clcaniina and gcnskxUl power. Witness my hand this the 14th day preservation of the horse as a spe net In time for Easter and feel rea arrows fall over the field in a verita StI.Fr.fc 50f.Jianisgi.il. or t.r.a cies must be commenced Internation sonably assured that she would not VJ. TTwPiilOTTcJrtCoiDPMr.Bortoo.Mui. fcr ble shower when the shooting is at its of January ,1921. J A Safe Old Fashioned ally immediately if they are to he hava to put It away in tho box for an- S. A. BRATCHER, helghtf but, altho they descend with Remedy for Worms Sheriff, Ohio County, Successful." month on account of a blizgreat velocity, tho horn tips smackother o-Seventy-fiv- e years continzard. By FRAN KTICHENOR, D. S. ing tho ground sharply, little attenuous use is the best testic. Anyway, this timo Eastor is very 3 tion is paid to them by tho enthusiasmonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS S3 early, and this, taken In connection 352 M JB can offer you. FOR FLETCHER'S tic archers. "signs" of anetirly spring, Keep a bottle always on with the d Boys wearing hats hand. It will help kerp All persons having claims against Indicates that wo shall get an extra constantly of heavy basketwork are the little ones healthy E5 HI of J B. Swain, deceased, on the whole year, It is CTCAR early start scurrying across tho fields to bring tho estate and happy. EASTER EARLY THIS YEAR present the 30cabottle atyour tlrogght's or truo that many people depend on Hnck tho shafts which have been are hereby notified to general ttore; or if your delcr beUfc&3 to toll thorn, on Feb. 2, on'l upplyyou,(endllinma launched at tho elusive targets. Ad- same to mo, properly proven on or In the business world the date of nd 30c in ittrnpt and we'll Gucceed wben everything- tlse falls. to tho fore March 1, 1921 or they will Easter is regarded as of big import- whether there is to be nn early spring ditional difficulty is added end you a botdo promptly. In nervom prostration and fcmals groundhog in the or not; but the FREY. sport by tho high winds which aro bo forovor barred. Bilikore, HJ. vcaknesse' they arc tho supreme B to J. B. ance. Easter marks tho beginning paft has shown filmsolf shockingly Indebted tt All persons so common along tho Belgian coast; of the spring trade and to a large exdobut, in spite of tho winds, remarka- Swain and C. M. Swain, formally FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND tent an early Easter means an early unreliable. Pathfinder 7 ing business as blacksmiths at STOMACH TROUBLE ble accuracy is maintained. start for the whole year. Ky., under tho firm name of LAW AGAINST BATHING it is the best medicine ever sold Everywhere thru northern and This year Easter comes unusually acover a drugglv's counter. ON SUNDAY PROPOSED western Belgium archery meets can Swain & Swain, olther by note or pay early March 27. It is so early that WILL bo seen In progress on Sundays and count, aro requested to call and 30. All bathing New York, Jan. pur- tho ladles will havo to be decidedly holidays. When a good crowd has said indebtedness at onco, for tho TAKE OUR out of season to put on their spring will havo to bo clone on Saturday gathered the forest of long bows and pose of sottllng said partnership bu- hats at that time but of courso they night hereafter If tho Brooklyn aupeculiar caps present a picture at a siness. . . will do lt anyway then, If not before. xiliary of the Woman's National SabA Al.ll .ll.ll' This Janaury 10, 1921. ttBeauly SocrtWomtnjff?jV distance which recalls the ancient Easter ,as we know, is a movable bath Alliance havo their way. The U. S. CARSON, days when tho trusty bowmen of A Treatment feast, and most of tho othor church organization will send a delegation to Admr. of J. B. Swain, deceased, feasts are based on Itobin Hood lurked in the forests. the date ot Easter. Albany to push a law banning Sunday (or WEAK: 29t3 Hartford, Ky. Tho reason why Easter Is movable. bathing. rvBsnHsmxiwr . tj LUNGS on Dollars and Cents. CONSUMPTION'. Counting It only in dollars and cents, how much did that last cold For Infants and Children cost you? A man may not always A quick relief for that tired, run down feellnd Years stop work when ho has a cold, but In Use For Over couEbi, pains in cheit. ntgbt iweats, heinor tbagei, weak lungs or consumption. If it doss, Always bears perhaps lt would bo better it ho did. A woman's fondest hopo is to stay set help you it coats you nothing. the It takes about tort days to got comSignature of Lock box 616. young. Sho often resorts to paints, OHIO MEDICAL GO. pletely rid of a cold .under the usual COLUMBUft O powders ami cosmetics to hide her bo much treatment. That time can years. Some women pay largo sums to SHERIFF'S SALE. shortened by taking Chamberlain's "Beauty Doctors" in the beproper caro of Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More Cough Remedy and lief that money will buy youth. Othors By virtue of Execution No. 1200 yourself, In fact, a bottlo of this remUSELIV-VER-LA- X Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared wear girlish dresses, thinking thoy Can directed o :ne, which issued from tho edy In the houso is a mighty good Much Sickness and Worry. fool tho world about tholr ago. But Clerk's oftlco ot tho Ohio Circuit investment during tho wlntor and M Court, in favor of E. P. Barnes and spring months. m no one is deceived. The moro you try 9 Bro., against C. M. Cooper, I, or one to hide your age, the moro it shows. Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . , HEFLIN. ay Deputies will, on Monday, the of There is but one thing that holds old of this place, relates the following interest- just lifeless. 7th clay of February 1921, between "1 heard of Cardul and alter reading I age back, and that Is health. Sickness ing account of how she recovered her Mr. Goobel Thomasson of South strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that oE tho hours. ot ono o'clock P. M. and and weakness bring old age early in two o'clock P. M., at tho Court House Carrollton, visited his parents, Mr. ictually losing her health: was pulling me down. I sent for Cardul life. Dr. Fierce 'a Favorite Proscripdoor ln Hartford, County of Ohio, and Mrs. Joo Thomasson from Fri"Health is the greatest thing In the and began it. . . modlclno for tion is a building-uKentucky, exposo to Public Sale, to day until Sunday. "In a very short while after I began the women. world, and when you feel that gradually It makes them healthy and Mr. Andy Balrd and family visited dipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardul Home Treatment I saw an tho following bidder, the highest Feelrlcht all tho time. Don't lay off they suffer from women's .property (or so much thereof as may Mr. Ponder Bennett Sunday. It wasn't long until I was strong when from work for days by taking calomel ip and take notice. That is what I did Mtb. Pat Foster, and daughter, jom time ago when 1 found myself in a all right good appetite, splendid rest, troubles. It keeps them looking young when pleasant Liv-- VeuLax keeps yo nocossary to satisfy tho amount of to tho Plaiutilf'3 debt, Interest, and Marllssa visited Mr. and Mrs. N. M. very nervous, run-docondition of and much stronger so that I easily did my by keeping them well. It is a woman's on your feet, whilorellevingyour troujb tonlo for tbo frail, tho delieato and lo. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Dotfl costs, and tho cost ot this salo) Russell Sunday. health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless house work. tako anything clso. You can't atTora Mrs. Lottlo Iloflln and brother, Mr. 1 could hardly go at all. "Later I took a bottle ol Cardul as a thoso who aro nervous, dizzy and who It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eytv t: of land in Oho Herman Plrtle, woro called to tho recommend Cardul and glad havo baekacho and dragging pains. tern and relieves constipation. j A nat"A certain tract "I was just no account for work. I tonic. lean ural natural in County Ky.. near CJoshen Church and bedside, of their father, Mr. A. R. wou!d get 'a bucket of water and would ly do so, for if more women knew, it Favorite Prescription is altogether in itsremedy,and certain fts actions, bum in results. It tract of land Plrtle, of Owensboro, last week. would save a great deal of worry and vegetable and without a partiolo of won't oilect hoing a part of tho ieel so weak I would have to set it down bo long beforo Mr. W. A. Hlggs and family aro oefore I felt like I could lift sickness." as the W. P. Coopor farm: completely displace calomel in ever known alcohol. It is safo to tako. Try it it to the shelf. home. Children can tako freely bm The enthusiastic praise ol thousands ol ' ot a cornor ot tho lands of moving to tholr home near Boda In this condition, of course, to do even now. In tablet or liquid form at" all with perfect safety. Every it bottlo guarMiss Cora Thomasson, of Scuta my other women who have found Cardul Myers and Ed Cooper Sr., and DonuU housework was a task almost im druggists, or send 10c for trial package anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles None helpful should convince you that it Is Mcllenry roau Carro'JIun, is visiting hor paron's, possible to accomplish. without tho likeness and signal tho Beaver Dam nud ' of tho tablets to Dr. Pierco'a Invalids' genuine L. K. Grigsby. I worth trying. All druggists sell it. turo of For salo by r ihonco In an easterly course with the Mr. uiil Mrs. Joo Thomasson, this "I was , . . NOTousand easily udsc j. n Hotel in Buffalo, N. 7. I. U, SnUilAMfl, between the lands of said Ed 'week EtrJta Ml Up-To-Darn Bel-Elans Cooper Sr.; and tho old W. P. Coopor farm, SO poles to tho corner of tho lands of said Ed Cooper and Albert Chlnn; thenco n northorly course with said Chlnn's lino 40 poles to a stone; thenco n westerly courso with tho first lino SO poles to tho Mcllenry nnd Boavor Dam public road; thenco a southerly courso 10 roVs to tho beginning, containing 20 acics moro or less, and being a part nt tho samo land convoyed to grantor J. B. Stovons nnd wlfo ns shown by deed recorded in deod book No. 31 pago 45, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, known as tho property of C. M. Coopor, levied upon as tho property of C. M. Cooper. TERMS: Salo will bo mado on a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing Interest at tho rato of six per cont per annum from day of salo, nnd having tho f.orco and effect of a Salo bond, this tho ISth day of January 1921. S. A. BRATCHER, Shorlff Ohio 'County. IRIS RENDE, D. S. par-rallol 500 PARIS MARKETS SELLING HORSE MEAT ' ...Mln ?hratmq Jg DIRECTORY 3: s. on T- T- -- I .. ,., r. to-w- lt: er d 33, 24-an- J Every Wants Mothers use ilWrevS 5! FortkeCMdim vermira e O-f- Children Cry broad-brimme- OASTO Rl A n KHEPiS; - n, -- YOU. 9S2B GERMINAL REMEDY CASTO R r A 30 &ti ns.msi v Jl 'J IS YOUR HEALTH FORGONE MONTHl "'-- y. t . .'11 -- GRADUALLY SLIPPING? ; ?! i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. I - i p to-wl- K v iV !.'-- .v. should bo worked In among tho botweon tho jrowa. If tho "IVnter 01nts nntl I.lmcwntrr Host the grinder Cut tho meat Into small '(rnwIlorrv bed Is so located that it , plocs nrd put thru tho grinder, uslnc Kgn I'rvscrvntlUe. Is exposed to winds, it mayjio noces-- i Experiments In preserving eggs tho small rlatc. After It Is well ' sary to lay bean poles or brush ovor havo boon conducted by tho United ground, mix thoroughly to bo suro tho mulch to kcop It from blowing I Statos fJopnrtmont of Agrlculturo In .Hint If . III llnlfnrmlv anfiannnrl "" , away """" Mr. blackberries, Raspborrics, i tho last two years, testing dlfforent wiuur Biiuuiu no nuucu n mo sausago dowborrics and currants should havo strength solutions of water glass, Is to bo stored away In bulk. If It Is any grass or woeds cleaned awayi llniowntcr nnd various commercial to bo stuffed In casings, a little water from thorn, nnd a mulch of coorso preparations. Tho best and most may bo necessary to soften tho meat, nianuro placed around thorn during economical results havo been obtain- so that It will slip easily into tho cas- tho nutumn or early winter. ed by using 1 part of water glass to ings. 4 Thn frtllntfflrif Inrrrnillnnf a nrn llarwl 9 parts ot water. Just as good results havo beon obtained with lime-wat- In making nmoxed or country sausago TAKE STOCK at) pound oi lean porK. as with water glass, and In OF YOUR 15 pounds beef. mnny sections llniowntcr Is much less HEALTH NOW 1 to rounds salt. expensive 4 ounces Mack pepper. When salt was used with tho 1 ounc.v ml pepper. Winter lirlng Mnny Ills To Pnlo tho results wcro about the samo 1 ounce sweet marjoram. Overworked, People. as without tho salt, showing0 no ad1 ounce more. vantage- In using salt. Nono of tho Gut the meat Into small nlecs and TAKE .commorclal preparations, all of which eggs with tho sprinkle 30 'Honing over It, then run called for smearing tho preparation, gave results that wcro at it thru tho grladcr using the small Fortify Your- - Sjslcni Good Wood plato. Put It .uav In a cool placo for all satisfactory. When tho water Will Glvo You New Strength 36 hours ".r.il thon add a llttlo glass nnd llmowater solutions woro 24 to to Keep Well. hog casings and kept over and used again for tho sec- wator, and stuff Into, In a very cool smoko until a ond yoar tho eggs kept comparatively smoke If you feel tho least bit run down, dark mahogany color Is obtained. sowell, but not so well as la fresh not necessarily sick, but tired and lution. In most cases tho old soluThe toll exacted by plant diseases blue, and sort of down and out, it tions wcro not In good enough condiIs appalling. Every season, and In shows plainly that your power of retion to uao again after thoy had been sistance! is low. kept ono yenr. Under usual condi- substantially every producing region, It is dangerous to go around that on tions, it does not appear advlsablo they constitute a heavy handlcapa way. You don't want to do- - it.' to uso tho water glass or llmowator crop production. Mako no mistake about it, when solution again for tho Bccond year. you fool yourself slipping into lazy reFRAUD AND MIXING VENTURES habits, getting indifferent to tho Ih testing containers, tho best sults woro obtained with stono crocks things you naturally like no enorgy, solution was per- The United States Geological Sur-- no vigor, always tired It Is time (o but tho water-glas- s fnMlv afiilafnrtnrv In well enlvanlzcd , vov.. of tho Department of the Inter -. . ...v., look out. It may not mean that you receptacles', such as garbago cans or lor, often finds that unscrupulous pro-as- h aro sick or that you will be. Dut cans. Limo water corroded tho motors ot fraudulent mining schomes thero aro diseases that would have an -- " ........ A. Willi HIV UUI' .l . . .... .1 n.A . .1 J IU UU igaiVaniZetl rUCUIllUClUS UIIU gUVU OU- t- IUUIU1IU 1.1.. LUUllCtlCU1...I.1. .tin. fin.. easy time oMt with your system when lsfactory results only in tho earthen ornment service. Such a man who your blood has no fighting qualities.' ware crocks. Wooden kegs and oth-- was recently operating in Colorado You want to be. well and keep well wooden containers did not give represented himself as ono of "tho and feel strong. If you build up the satisfactory results with any of tho eighty registered geologists in tho quality of your blood by taking Pep- Government service,' but ono of his solutions. you will be in trim to fight in preserving eggs has Intended victims found, on telegraph- off winter Ills. It has just the right Tho interest been very marked during tho last 2 ing to tho Geological Survey at Wash- ingredients to build your blood up years and a very largo number of ington, that ho was not among Its with rich red corpuscles. n gives your blood the. loaflots giving directions for preserv- employees and that his namo was not ing eggs havo boon distributed, In- on the membership lists of cither tho qualities it needs to pick you up and INCORPORATED dicating that a groat many families American Institute of Mining En- start you off on a healthy basis. You Amwill notlco tho difference soon after aro prpservlng eggs for homo uso to gineers, thq Geological Society of erica, tho Association ot Petroleum you start taking it. You will have help keep down tho cost of living. n Geologists,, or nny other bettor color, better feeling and mrfre geological society. Fraudulcntprac-ttce- s energy. Experiments Show Wheat Is Not of this sort should bo reported You can take It in liquid and tab Poultry Essential. to tho propor Stato and Federal' au- let form is jiiu prefer. Both have g Poultry-feedinexperiments conx thorities, and thoso who resort to ducted by tho United States Depart- them are liable to flno or imprison- the came lngrcdlcms But be sure $ n. you' get the renulne dido's ment of Agriculture las! fiscal yoar, ment. Ask for it by that name .show that practically as good results (cording to an announcement which rlcultural And Mechanical Cdllege, ," and be sure DO YOU HAVE PRICE "Gudo's Va., can be obtained without wheat as . - mv ff1LTO HUB JUU UCC11 UittiW u i. u;( Blackesburg, Weldh, secretary-tnensur-o- r. Acrago 8,080 the full namo is on tho package. AdEarl O. a member of tho .ith it In a ration. Ibe Rhodo In- Association Cows . Oh fAKt. IU 1V1UUW.' oI th0 Fafm Engineering Section of Pounds Milk Output. vertisement. tho Stato College ot Agrlculturo, who Farm Engineering Department of tho land Reds, in tho whcatless pen, avTabulation of tho yearly records K College of Agriculture Is also eraged JUO eggs, vvhllo thoso in tho Many Volunteer But1 Few ILivo Pas- - is chairman of tho commiueo on local State association BALD KNOB. receiving wheat averaged 134 ot 38,532 arrangements. Joint meetings have a momier ot tho committee on local pon sago For Trip On Kockct Ught.much valu-abl- o eggs. Good results wcro obtalnod cows has brought to been arranged'for tho mornings with arrangements. ct Uh "Yonder." Information on tho relations' beIn addition to tho officers of the garbago until tho The farmers In our.cgmmunity aro with tho uso of tho Association of Southern Agrlcul- buter-fa- t production, very busy r.w, stripling and deliverData of fllO section who will tako part in tho rn11nirns tirlfrtVl warm weather began, when thero was tween milk; and . . . . Mto th aftornoona and program mona than a dozen speakers huttcr-fa- t test, incomo over cost ot ing tneir tr.bacco, whlla many are doWorchester, Mass., Jan. 29 Want- .considorabie mortality, duo npparent- feed, and other factors, say specialists ing their i nily plowing .and prepar- ed: A millionaire who is urea oi th of national reputation havo been enovenlnBS wlI1 De taken up wlta iv in tho earbaue spoiling. TMfi United States Department of ing for this year's crop. and would like to travel to the tures by at least 12 Bpeakers-o- f na. gaged to talk to tho engineers on subvork is being repeated this year with of tho '"" Mrs. Barbara Johnson and llttlo-son- moon. tlonal reputation. Tho afternoon ot jects relating to application ot their much more satisfactory results, mo Thero aro many who would llke to tho first day will bft spent in visiting profession on the farm. hm ij a trough on a auction per cow-ycChester, svero visitors at Mr garbage, being fed in 24G pounds; butleave tho earth, but they haven't tho points of Interest in tbiet Blue Grass M Jargo woodon feeding board, which pounds; buttor fat, per tent; incomo Nowt Haveno, Sunday. Chemists aro working Ho develop Hines visit- monoy to pay the faro. getting on tho ter fat tests, 4.11 Mr. nnd Mrs. Laburn Section, according to Mr. Kelloy. .prevents It from over cost ot feed, $55.69; returns for ed tho latter's mother, near Flint Robert H. Goddard, Ph. D., pro win maKo officers ot tho southern section area nasniess powaer-wmcground and decaying. vegotablo proteins $1 oxpended for feod, $2.11. Saturday night and Sunday. feasor of physics at Clark University, staniey P Morse, consulting a'gricul-- ! the discharge ot artillery nonobserv-- is Springs, In tho uso ot Tho records show that in thoso as ready to start the excursion. All he cural engineer, tfQW Orleans, La., able at night. Mrs. .Annlo Davis and little son tho rolatlvo order of production is sociations where tho work has been year. No sue visiting relatl'es in needs is a passenger ablo to pay his president; James Arnonston, Departsp?nt Sunda viat!mn OS it wna last . a long period tho pro- - Cromwell. .... passage: Great Britain at one time obtained ment of Education, Nashville', Tenn., cgss .. nas iohuwuu uu nli.n,nt m Riih. khvu.,'. - -- - continuod for k' Goddard proposes to shoot a rocket Delia vegetable protein duction has generally increased from and Charles E. Seltz, $100,000 a year from a tax' on users Misses Rao Mil.cr and tltuto completely It agricultural engineer, Virginia Ag-- ot hair powder. year to year. As production ncreas- r to tho outer rim of the universe. woro guusts of :j;ia.5Iae for animal protein. Tho ration used cd, tho income over cost of feed In- would contain instruments to record containing only 15 Sunday ast year, a mash humidity, rapidly, and for each increase Miss Alllebel Leach is spending temperatures, air pressure, per cent meat scrap as compared with creased ordinary of 50 pounds in buttor fat thero was this week with. Mrs Gertie Daughtr-t-y wind velocity and other data of tho per cent in tho 2D to S an increase ot $15 tajneomo over cost mysterious regions. But ho needs in Butler Ciuiity. mashes, gavo very satisfactory results someone to finance tho experiment. especially ot tol. Mr3 Monal Daugh-rtMr. and with tho hoavlor breeds, ' When he recently announced that Cows that freshened in the fall pro- Rocks, in keeping tho and llttlo daugatar. spent Saturday tho Plymouth slsi'er, it would bo feasible to shoot a man and duced more milk and butter fat and night and Sunday with birds in good physical condition average Incomo over cost of In tho rocket and that it might travel tftnntentelS'EluiaDiaa Mrs. Ola While. tho egg yield was not greater Havons ana to the moon, 220,000 miles away, ho so' Boo! as when the higher per feed than thoso which freshened in Mr. and Mrs. .Arthur M.ft.irnn vinited with Mr. and Mrs. was besieged with volunteers for the TirmiliTA'I-- i , "Sow dur- - excelled small cows ot tho same breed John Leach, of MJ. Pleasant, sun-da- y. trip. But For Infants and Children. production ot milk and butter fa rocket might turn and como The feeds, com- - in Mrs. Leach has been sick for year ing in Incomo over cost ot feed. As several days. back to earth. It might keep on goparing alfalfa meal with sprouted and buter-fa- t test Increased, tho av- party at ing, and going, nobody knows where We "hear that thero Is a oats and comparing these orago productlon 0f milk declined. but many are willing to tako a Mt, Pleasant pretty sick with smallfeSds' These records also, indicate that pox. Se,WMlenoVnoEonh o green Chance. There's Capt. Charles N. Fitzgerald S'vo Yhown marke--d Increased pro- - cows remain in the herd an average Mr. Wavlo Leach spent Sunday ".'!' " ,.,Mui!imii ua 4.7 years. of about JVLliUUVJii-commander of the New York City air wjth Mr. Hubert White, ". 7 , duction over any other, tho results ahteHrcparaiwa and , Austin spent the Sab- police. He says he's anxious to make Mrs. Maudle iAVcfic havo omphasizod tho importance ..,...; , i,n rnrm of food when glv- -. Indirect Incomo Should Appear In bath with her sjster, Mrs. Martha Da- tho trip. I ilnthcStomacpsanu"! 'Tho Journey promises to bo a Farm Accounts. vis. en in a variety. rawpyWffMygTTT');) limiting C. rough one," says Goddard. Labor incomo is not the Misses Bessio Boll and Ruby i 11 .ffM Boosted By Blasts. "- -" or wwrw.a uB Uaiii mil aVi A Cook spent Sunday with thoir cousins ' All Winter Gardens. ,. ...i. 1 .. . "Tho rocket would bo shot from a Mm former shall have to eai, oui u is mo Misses Goldlo and Zelma White. accrfulncssandRcsttotoitf gun. It would contain -- determining factor tor the wage Johnson was tho guest Mrs. Tom . neither Op am.Morpauwv is mild" during the winter, charges to boost It along as shel ot Mrs. Jake Leach, Monday. auxiliary llincral. inotwxJn JK w b the initial velocity decreases. primary requisites of life, and A n1 BU? ToTc bo jWCttdDrSiiBJXmu furna-h0its proprietor a 5IARKETING PROJECT . 'Each boost would bo a terrific ... -- ,.Under those conui ons .v proportloa of these necessaries g FAVORED IN HOPKINS bump." JbcJuU.SalH give special attention to tho winter The rocket rider would havo a difJuJttSa nnnncru " ..-.- mtnr ..im. . (rfivfTnn vw 'i luuuuub .tiff ...-Madlsonvllle, Ky., Jan. 22 Six ficult time making entries in his notefrom the sale of farm products. Theso rosr-country, however, tho part of tho WJr,1 things that tho farm furnishes direct- hundred HopkluR County hurley to- book. KSCJS winter months a'ro practically a rest ly toward tho living expenses of the bacco growers, meeting hero today, S&l,mrtflnr When tho rocket reaches tho moon, V "5! period. It should bo homo in mind farmer's family onablo him to live ev. T ...ft.TlVme.lvfor forming a if It does, there will bo a groat explo indorsed tho proposal of time that naturo Is wdrking all tho poor. This In- markotlng orgcniw.'on, of which sion to inform the mundane observers bW As advan- en tho his crops are ''.3ier and tho wise gardener takes' dur- direct Incomo from tho farm Is often crowers shall be saaroholders aud by thaj. tho trip is ended. :a ana i'c"'AyfEp 53CBS tage ot tho changes taking placo provision Is (which growo.s way le able to dls- nnrponirnlzed. unless Tho nose of tho rocket Is to carry intervals of rest. a,Za, ing tho recording It in pcsop their low git-dephotographic flash powder. i 5! AVdUli iiufrora-ininiauv;- a of tobicoo .. made for accurately B v accounting system, say spo Just what a fellow would do after rri.n m.ntini' w!i nililrcssed by )' Pork the farm Good ReclpcH For Making Pure Hopkins County reaching tho moon Is not known. But clallsts of tho United States Dopart- - W. Schmeltzmor, 'o Country h' if hoshould land safely, others might ovnor, who explained tho planmont of Agriculture.. land always In do,, XBsCEKrAvnCoHPWOi comS5 3 Good pork sausago is Munnell Wilson, Madlsonvllle, was bet rocketed there to keep him 'twos U NEvJLyiiSssl appointed to go to Louisville early pany. afofi MVVT ftATti t i irXaaaBHalH iKk DiH aJGi HLH LS HrLm H tmA -.- . o ' ZtZ next week to confer wlihJudge Robro part.nen ol Ajrt , m United States at- - ert W. Bingham. Anothor meeting FAR.U ENGINEERS TO invariably-requl. MEET FEBRUARY 11 Take 0 PoundB of 1. culture: Jf will bo held hero February ot taU A - Lexington Ky. Jan. 29 Tho third meat and jjjnd. jo Sec 4 1 this Tho bodies of about B50 American anpual meeting of the Southern row8 wo ft BQd mat of thccihtuiicomhy. mwToxcrrr Exact Copy of Wrapper. flno 3ag. 1 un"J'.UrqTh0BplcS plants It may b9 necessary to stralgh. soldiers whQ died In England, aro to tlon of tno American society vi popper. Englnoers will. bo. held In country ounces and 4 rmnnin iiornittnentlv iii that should be mixed togotnor am. 4w u.e A llttlo by request ot tho families of tho men.. this city Fobruary 14, 1C, aud 10, ac vthrougu v.u v -- v n --. goes io the ni04t before it . , FARM DEPARTMENT ..... Ilntnr nflnr thn ground friwes Rll?ht;l mulch oCstraw, plno notifies, or ly, ' , '' ' 4 ; ... GALLON US er 1- -2 llmo--ivnt- or PEPTO-MAXGA- X are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bijls, Business and other Cards. J -- EL AUK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. -- -- .If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTfSE try ah "adr in THE .. '.... or Pepto-Manga- Hartford Printing Company well-know- HARTFORD,: "KENTUCKY t Papi..-Manga- Eopto-Mangan- J- J cow-testi- ng m TT1 uu lec-ear- !,;""". ur h Van-wink- San-dctu- h-j- S CrEnUwe'tgun Screen CASTORIA Genuine Castoria J Mothers Know That Always Bears the Signature of Y " - earn-tllma- te long-barrel- ed Z "rio - M naiii s m o f ffv In ,SBsgan i ur Use s For Over s"' - Thirty Years mn w rvxvmuuMH 3-- bRdiuiiin --, .'.' jLLZAi .. yj.i.il aat. . .r .- - n.i jtn&' idAL-tA- r J. Itois, nichnrd, lot No. 2, 1 town 1.1 '1 & x.tjMm.wjmamitmtomW'Mmt A ERIFFS.SALE rjlorSaxlc, Tunty, Scliool nud Stale ltachall Thomas, Emser Mitchell, (col.) No. 23, Jtond Tax for 1020. . 20 acres Williams, A. C, No. 32 100 acres ICrtJco 1b Tierpby gtvon that I, or 431MS f iniy deputies, will on Monday, Wallacs S. F., and wife, No. 3, 105 a 7th, 1921, between tho Srtfcruary 'Jwote tot 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 WJthrow, Jno. T., No. 17, 60 a Colored. aVlocV 11. 111, nt the Court Houso y, Carson, Render, No. 13, 1 n. . 'door In Hartford, Ohio county, expose to public salo for cash Chlnn, Horace, No. 13, 1 town lot Jh hand, tho following described property, or'so much thereof aa may Collins, A. T No. 1, 1 T. lot tio necessary to pay Stoito, county, Ford, Gus, No. 1. 1 town lot d, Shultz, Rachel, 4 a -- anl school Xax, dno thereon and Intorest, penalty and Haynes, Jno. W. No 24, 10 a xind tho Thomas, A. E., No. 13, 1 town casts '.thereon: Ken-tiic&un-3il- 5.17 10.17 2. 4" 12.S2 4.11 7.S5 3.97 l.M 5.21 10.7J 4 36 Xp.'H. East Hnrtford. By Whom listed No. acres nmt. tax I 10.75 tfJaihUs.lnnt, 20 a 13.94 "Caddis, 3car, 25 a 2.74 lllnes. Virginia, 40 a 12.38 iSherUC, J. It., 75 a Jlcda No. 8. lot S. A. DUATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. SELECT. .... "aioovor, TJ. 3., 50 a JSajip. 3. 2L, 16 a .Arnold, Trank. 28 a iChajJjmU, J. D., 40 a lllaloa, "Willie, 123 a nor. Morris filled hlsregular'np- 16.19 polntment herd Saturday night and 5.76 Sunday. "Whnkray. Mrs. Mary E., 114 a Mngnn No. 5 njan'bltt. J. W., 27 a JJclEhhors, Phillips P., 1 a . . S3nUon, Mrs. M. E., 45 a Cromwell No. 0 nycsJnrrield, A. J., 75 a ' Cool Springs No. 7. Tajlor, It. W., 177 a ' JT. Jtoeknort No. 8 IHnglish, Mont, 1 town lot. . . . 7.15 Mr. and Mrs. Price Miller are con moving near Taylor .Ftalhcrson, A. L., 1 town lot. 11.02 templating 9.42 Mines where they will make their fflToru, Fred, 1 town lot . . home. S. Rockport No. 0 5.08 "fianoci, Charlie, 1 town lot. Mr. Deo Hayse happened to quite a IMaddoi, 3Irs. Cindrella, 22 a 10.07 painful accident Monday, the 24th, cutting 9.65 by falling against a broad-ax- , SaaUh:HnTdln, 82 a 10.-"Select No. his knee seriously. 32.90 TlaQcr. A. F., 1B0 a Mr. Phelps and son, of Dutler 7.50 County, havo returned to their sawTJanshztty, J. C, 41 a rSTcDCT, Mrs. Florence, 25 a. . 3.78 mill, on the WInson Smith land. m 4.36 5HxTEns: IL D., 9 a 6.45 .Samrs, Ernest, 22 a HARDING WOULD LIKE JTorse Branch No. 3.1 13.72 .VOLUNTARY TRAINING G. V., 49 a "QB3crMll, Wm., 69 a 15.17 Iloslnc No. 12 Incoming 1'roslilent Favors Plan For 7.84 Strttwn, T. H., 30 a Training 150,000 Men An- '5.05 enec.dwlne, J. H., 26 a nually Knlin. Starurt, Miss Sarah, 130 a. . 14.01 J President-6.9- 0 2 TX. BcaTCr Dam Washington, Feb. No. 14 elect Harding favors enactment of 3vf2Ir,d. F., 1 town lot . . . . I legislation to provide for voluntary rMclIenry No. 15 .T.ffc-qis- , Mary1 C, 18a . . . 3.07 military training of 150,000 men an "STuamj, J. K 85 a 29.93 .nually, Chairman. Kahn of the House Military Committee announced today SmallhoHS No. 17. 6.10 on the floor of the House In launching BJaltoa. Herman L., 6 a . . . his fight to prevent reduction of the E. Fordsvlllc, No. 18 14.04 regular army below 175,000 men. IH:aSt.TL P., 2 town lots Chairman Kahn declared that tho 8.05 r"IsiTcs,.A: J B3 a ' "IV. Fordsvlllc, No. 10. President-elec- t had told. him. at Ma17.11 rion, Ohio, recently that he favored 'HKfcctt, .Nat, Si 16.88 an army of 175,000 men, but that he .Kuans. T. A., 70 a nsnsxce, "W. It.ri town lot. . . 7.21 hoped that "some day" it coald be cut to 150,000 men. Slirovo No. 21 "Reduction of the army to 150,000 11.38 D. S., 30 a Key. 14.11 men, as provided In the Army ApproXUrsran, L. O., 72 a priation bill, mar be possible a year Buford No. 23 16.64 hence," said Mr. Kahn'but it Is not 3&x?IichL Jas., 61 a advisable to take such a step at this Bnrtlctts No. time. The United States hasn't a Mary E. Mrs. 9.69 friend among tha nations, of thet earth. jCfloca.) 50 a 5.76 Serious problems confront the AmeriTmllh .O. B., 1 town lot 19.46 can people and It would be a mistake Smith. E. JC, 64 a to authorize further reduction of the nicflin No. 25 24.20 army unth conditions become mora 'Crowe. M. "W., 73 a IUsss,"Mrs. Mary, 209 a . . . 24.78 stable." Discussing the President-elect'- s 15.35 Taylor. J. E., 108 a suggestion of voluntary- - training for 18.49 Tucker, Itowan, 50 a 50,000 men a year Mr. Kahn said No. 28 Narrows '17.13 he did not think it would be possible Ben, 81 a 18.87 o get that many men. to training nunilett, J. E., 122 a ..... . but ho declared Congress Bnlph No. 20 6.12 vhuuld give a opportunity foi . 'Farmer, Mrs. Nancy, 70 a .to be tried out. 5.05 NTtlkift, Clarence, 16 a . . 5.87 Ittcnzaa. Mrs. Sarah, 15a.. 4.65 STONE SLAB FKO M.CANAL Jloral. J. H., 3.9 a PUT AT UOOSEVELT GRAVE Herbert No. 31 17.21 H., 130 a . itajraes, Jno. Oyster Day, N. Y Jan. 22. A slab 7.17 Basking,' Henry, 40 a . . of limestone taken from Culebra Cut .Arnold No. 32. plac:2:8"4 on the Panama Canal has been ttilL Bill. 30 a grave of Theodore ,7.30 ed beside the .5laIrow, Jas., 50 a Roosevelt, who brought about the Bender No. 33 6.68 building of that waterway. The stone, Alvln, 1 town lot dexter. cut from a spot sixty feet above No. 31. Simmons 5.87 where President Roosevelt made an 1 own lot . . Mrs. A. ,James, ., 13 41 address In 1906, was presented by -JUUCT, J. t U, H UVloa r I . "The Canal Zone children.' fK AUUluonai ao. It was placed beside the grave of 7.26 Burden F., No. 6, 30 a tho former President by Henry J. No. 20, 150 Guonthur, Mary, 12.30 Grieser, a swimming director at Balacres boa, and the ceremonies were attendNo. 16, 2 Perry, -- ,To3lynv-&'' ed by the Roosevelt family and school town lots of Oyster Bay. Xarnos, It., No. 25, 09 a . . . 30.20 children ;3iaUh. E. P., Col., No. 24 SKIRTS STAY HIGH ' 37 acres IN LONDON TOWN 32, 39 iCxowe. Harlan, No. London, Jan. 29 A featuro'ot the 513 acres . new "costume models Is the white 12, 90 jDsftie. "Wm. V., No. 14.91 marlno wool trimming. A thin band acres 2.38 of this Is used round the waist and 15 a.. Zhas. D. B., No. 12, Joshua, No. 1, 195 a. . 14.91 tho cuffs are also finished in tho Djnts sumo way, the edge of tho skirt Is asmfcry. tLawson, No. 11, 1 5'18 bordered with a similar white band. (town lot 7.26 Skirts which nro narrower, cquio four e. Alva. No. 34, 1 T. lot Inches below the kuoo. Mrs. Maggie, No. .Vewiucon, c 1 town lot nil & MnrlMbow II., MARRIAGE LICENSES Stafl. B. J. 270V4 a 138. M, 2. Claud Davis, White Run, to Fran-k- it L Mrs., No. 26 Mlownrd.E. Mollyhorn, Whltt Run. 9,65 5 acres Homer King, Louisville, to Ethel E., No. Johuaon, Mrs'Sarnh S.10 Uulzo, Rosjjio. '54 a Oakley Illankonshlp, Beaver Dam, W. No. 18 aymonafMabaU 12,12 to Hrpha rhej3, Beaver- - Dam, ; '" ... .... her Miss Flov Allen Is visiting 10.90 friends Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard, 14.34 near Horton. 25.95 Mrs. J. H. Stowart Is on tho sick 20.12 list. Quito a number of Cromwell peo10.98 ple attended church hero Saturdny 5.28 night. 4.83 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Allen attended church here Sunday and dined with 11.52 Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eldson. Mr. John Miller, of Horse Branch, 47.5G visited his cousins, Mr. and Mrs-- . J. L. Millerr-Wednesd- Join the U Invis ible" Guest Club Have you a hospitable home? Do you Does It Mean Anything To You To Know The First, The Last, The Best News From All Parts of The World? Then It Is The Louisville Herald You Want Brilliant editorials, accurate nharket reports, com plete sport news, society news, fiction, comedy, Jragedy, poetry, produced by talented m6n and women, all combine with The Louisville Herald to give instruction and entertainment to eveiy member of your family. entertain your friends? What does en- it cost you for an evening's entertaintertain an 'Invisible' ' Guest at your table and become a member of the ' 'Invisible" Guest Club of America? Read a Thoroughly UptbThe-Minuf- e Newspaper, d ment? Will you Join The Well-Inform- ed And Happily-Organize- Fam- ily Of Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. THB DAILY To LOUISVILLE-HERAED- v It will cost you BY MAIL only Ten Dollars. any postofflco In Kentucky, Indiana and Ten- -' nessco. 1 MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN,. FOR TERM SHOWN. Name Year O Mos. Mo. .... fj r, c-m- the-pla- ... ...... ' 7 Nou-Hcslde- t-'otjl- !' ii 1, XDOa . ' VISITS NEW YORK Now Yoik, Jan. 30. Mrs. Warren Washington, Jan. 20. Will 11 Harding, wife of the PresidentHays will remain aa chairman optne O. elect, arrived hero lato today from Itrpubllcan Natlounl Committee for n At the oftor taking Washington. several months, at t Hotel, whero she Is registered, Mrs. his place as postni istvr general in tlit) Hnrding declined to recolvo any visHqrdlng cabinet, accovilh.g to Rqpul. itor? tonight. beeamo Hum party plans wliloh SHo will rgmaln hero several .days known hero today' ,. Th reorganisaqua shopping tour, tion of tho comnytto way ww) n Rltz-Carlto- year or more 'after, the Inauguration AMERICAN LEGION definitely agreed that "It HERE AND THERE Chairman Hnyrshnll continue to head of the national cnmmltlee iust as Mr. A ten Adjutants and Cortelyou did. wJloa the! New, oMndlann, as a he had Harry thousand, posts of treasurers ot .LeMembership the American xCce chairman to hjindle tlto committee's busi- gion ore busy collecting po&U. deGuest ness," stated! a. prominent Republi- partment and national dues foe tho. year, tail. Reports Indicate., that Chub of America will can leader. 'This-stebean: decided upon the "outtoa membership" thoeo who; .has t you, signed with unanimity by, Urn members of aro irtembetiOf tho Legion bat who nro behind OQmmlU.ee-;- ' he Hoover the nationalaeems, recognizeadded. substantiallywith their dues, 'wllf bo decreased. Thelarlffi-catlothat ta "Evert one of. the Legion's posltlun in reand to a ciunee. in control confusion dae )t tho party oconmlttjeffconcldent with gard, to Organized Labor and politi the change In federaE administration cal activity together with tho vigor--- J otticflg&t lb has made foix-thsick Chairman and TreasIs not desirable." In many quarters; thla announce- and. disabled war veterans fire believurer; also signed by ment twais taken' tarn todlcate th& ex- ed to havo encouraged payment of da etand. ta have gained mny,thou3J istence of a struusJo. for the State f avan- in, tha aelection of ami of. new members. u the successor to Mc Hajrs. With a ot is.entucKy. When members of tho Duljofe cabinet position ore his bands no one believes; that, Mc. Hays would care to illumfy. ImL. board of commissioner. you will send your hold' tReo chairajmabip when anoth- (heard complaints of broaches of tU er, canjpjUgp. la. on.. Duetto In care of tho, county In ffngj Dol check for Ifa crtifii.lfatiln no cuu.utf.ua...!. ... 4l.n W ...j, laands of Dubois County Post o.thp WOMAN lars, or more, to thfi; CHJWJONKGKO RJJ3& FOR AliDEUMAJS American Legion at Jasper the- u un ity scat. GhJpaso. Jan. 23 The first nero Richard wmvnn to, boj a candidate for aldw-rua- The conduct of members o( thft in the. City Council of Chlngo. Harry V. Congdon,Post o$ 4hjpj AmBean, la Mrs. Ia3u: U Sims, whose portion erican Legion at,QrldgepoW,1, Qpnn, Board of Trade Buildwas, one- oJL'the last to bo filed ,bjjfore Is so exemplary bbat It ha, ejir.oJJftl the. time- limit expired yesterjlay at- four clergymen.. Tho posft, rpjln. Ining, Louisville Kentho cits clerk's office. Soja is a- clude, practically eypry prccsslon tucky, or deposit this candldate- foe the office of thje. Coun- trado, but lawjrs and dewtpjs aroj and the nrose cil roimber representing ttie amount to his credit Ward on tho West Side, and the14th meit numeroit?.. The tho two past old Is a, lawyer, in any bank in Ken stroashold of tho lato Itoer C. caiumandorsiare a lawyer and. a phynoted Democratic leader. sician and tthe medlcaj profession altucky, you will re so claims three memJjp.rA of Uta exevisible cutive cottjnjttoe. FQIOIKR PEMOCKATIQ- ceive an qiIAIUMA$ QUITE ILI Certificate.- by Guest The stato leglsbttjve coKtmlttee of Now York, Jan.. 3 & William P. the Missouri DepPtinonr. ot tho Am return mail. McCombs, former chairman of ihe erican. Legion vi.U preAnt to tho Democratic nat!ona committee,, has stato legislature, bills vcalch provide you not! join been seriously ill fo,r nearly a month - for ho following: A $.10 bonus for Will Qf service how today. Mr. Mcit was thisuInvisibleM' Guest Combs learned of: the city rlth his evojry month. designation ofofMissouri. Novem. VQtorans; tho Is out 'family. Frederick R Ryan, his law Iter 11 as a legal holiday; tho legaliClub today? partner, said tonight ho bad shown zation ot boxing contests; that men shall have preference In some Improvement but thut his condk public employment and a reapproprl- Hon still was serious. atlon of the soldiers' and sailors' ., 1LVY8 TO ItKMAlX momorlal fund. G. 0. 1. CIIAUMIAX MRS. W O. HARDING hnb-ueo- There are 3,500,000 undernourished, debilitated- waifs and orphaned children in Eastern and Central Europe, whose lives j must be preserved' by American generosity ! f 11 ana nospitanty., $5.00 3 Mos. $2.60 X Address R.F.D.-No;...- . :. $1.40 50c Mail following coupon with remittance nt once. Don't be without The Herald for a single days Enclosed Find Check For I'osUifflce Order. Kxprc-fc- Suite Term Hero S. .. .9. 9- ' 1. Ycnr. M(i 1 Mos. . Qrdcr '! t Mo.. count. It ithla can be done, dlaabletL soldlhra, wUl be saved many hundreds! Certificate jn ot dollars. ' New Yotfe members of tho Ameri- "Invisible" to by Herbert be-sen- p can. Legion ore aiding in a search for Lleuttmont Thomas Dunn English., formerly- - at' the 78th Division, nndl krandson. o Thomas Dunn English ffirmeroEixgressBian, lecturceand aui-tk- ot "Beit Bolt." Lieutenant Eng-Lfid- was. aaeli shocked at tho 'front; Lane, Franklin K. o. National1 o the If Chairman' Presl-dent-.ele- ci - Exomjtloit of veterans f oom paying rax refused Indorsement iy Vermont American Legion past aainninmlers and adjutants, and niein- llora.oCtlia state cxecutUe commit 3cq aUa roient conference which wqs Attundu by PV. Galbralth Jr., Commander ot tho Legion .. A . qoJIi taxas: - Ten !.. - European Relieft hill Hich was introdutd In tho tate. legiblatu.ro did not mctit with thtj Le- giuu'H approval because the ejeor-vimoa held that db was thqlrr-dutto. pay .taxes tho sauio as anothr-bod- r ot citizens. mm SXALIi TOWN IWITOH'S ILUIUKST J.QB; Qc Council, n; Treasurer,, - - oam-mnu- Sul-llva- ,In . - ! In such cases tho thlgj worst dreaded by tlmsQ at fault. ta,publlcl- -. ty. Somotinma they couto at you threateningly, talk of IUmIj suits or perhaps wopi. Again, they'll plpad with you not to break tho heart o a good old ltfttthor, whotio Idol had gallon. It'sia bitter question. Thejedl-to- r tries (o answer lc as boat hejean, using siich judgment- - as he ti. Ho often knows that'll he wares, It wllC be the "mojins of otlwrs following tho wronfg coqrso ln life, It the dorejlqt; can kejtp tho pa- -, per silent he cryt-- still maintain some sort ot staiidbrg; In the, community-,-, ICa a fine ru.Sn tQ ''t,oU ihe truth, Ut It. hit whom It may," Uat I never saw - country editor who would not ?un up tho whtto flag at the sight o ft woman's teats.. 4 FASIQUcl VEX STARTS riHTII LAP OP LAYING -- Lextugton, Ky. Jan. 29 Lady WaN nut Hill, tho famous Whltf Leghorn Hon, owned by the Statjo Collogo of A. II. Vernon, commander of the Agrlculturo startod her fifth year ot Minnesota department ot tho Ameri- laying recently whou sho laid her 8i; can Legion has taken stops to prevent egg. The famous hon went Into a tho discounting ot government cer- moult October 38th, nftor laying 154 tificates issued to disabled soldlors. eggs during 1920. Sho holds one Ho has askod tho Federal Hoard for world's record In egg laying having arrango with produced 94 eggs In 94 consecutive" Vocational Edncatlon-Jtfodoral roej;ve banks or post offices daya,lTho iucortl was mod? In her. to cash the. cjgrtlucjiteB without dls- - I'uUQt yqar, o ,V ; -- - rWBrl'