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The Hartford republican: April 25, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919042501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 25, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wf--t Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. ALREADY SKY HIGH t Jfortford lUfmbJitm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF, OHIO COUNTY i Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919. No. 43 'r T OHIO COUNT to Hopklnsvllle at onco and bring him CIRCUIT COURT. boys, you will feel something like a home. FINISHES THE JOJI quitter or slacker If you havn't PEACE CONFERENCE The case of Uncle Jimmy should Circuit Court convened Monday bought a "Victory Loan Note." Most Respectfully, AND MAY GO HIGHER put Ihu Juries on guard agnlnRt tak- morning for a four weeks sitting; The Hankers of the county got STILL PARLEYING ing too much for granted when called This week nnd next constitute the together Jno. H. BAHNES, Chairman. and subscribed for tho upon to sit In lunacy Inquests. It Is special term, and a two weeks regu county's entlro tquota of "Victory Ohio County Liberty Loan Organizanatural enough for n Juror to assume lnr term will immediately follow. Loan United States Government tion. Europe's Demand For Food the accused i.s Insane for the simple Judge Slack is looking fine since his Notes." This is a small nnd very Italy And France Angrily reason he Is before the court for In- recovery from the Influenza, and i3 attractive loan, especially to May Boost Prices the small SIGNS OF THE TIMES Asking For Lion's quiry, nnd usually the nssumption Is speeding' up the business of the court. Investor. Ohio county's quota Is LOOK BAB TO HELL onl" Yet Higher beOn account of the busy season with $1G',2U0. Overscriptlon well taken. Hut It has happened Share will not be fore, nnd may happen again ns In this the farmers only a small crowd was accepted by tho department. Prof. H. V. Bell, of Harrodsburg, L .'case, that an old or friendless person In attendance the opening, day. It Is to be Issued In the form of In withdrawing from the race for tho Washington, April 22. Inquiry is In somebody's way, and as an easy The following citizens compose tho notes and bonds. Democratic nomination for state suAll today deteloped that after July ljway of rlddanco nn effort may bo petit Jury this week: Mitchell Baldperintendent of schools does not hes- poace Is not harmony at the Paris They will bo issued in denominaconference. Tho proceedings there will bo no governmental agency , made to send him to tho asylum, win, Horace Taylor, Sam Harnett, B. tions of $50 or multiples thereof to itate to state, his reason for doing so are being carried on behind closed empowered to regulata tho flow of Hero was an old and feeble, man, with J. Ashby, W. i Taylor, P. S. Lash- - suit the purchaser, will he dated May Prof. Bell Is one of the best known doors, but the muttcrings of Italy and foodstuffs, other than wheat nnd no Immediate relatives, who is In .his 'brook, Joe Thomnsson, Azro Row- - 20th., 1910, will run fora period not educators of the stato, Is a citizen of France aro heard outside the council i wheat produces, out of the United second childhood. Ills manner was an, J. C. Dennett, T. F. Crowdcr, to exceed four years, bear Interest at high chnracter, and like Prof. Cherry chamber walls. Italy is threatening perhaps not normal, but It was tho Howe Condit, V. C. Hocker, W. G. the rate of States. per cent per annum, declines to submit to the ruthless The control which has boon oxer- - abnormal of the child, not of tho hi - ltichards, C. U. Ashby, E, I Uabbert, payable semiannually, and may be machine now dominating the Dem to withdraw from the conferenco unless the London pact to give her . 1 . -- I ..I- ..I l...l i; iiiu ,n... rr. ,.. i. ocratic party in the state. His letter .Miira, illi v(ir ir.iuu uiiiini mine ii ciii'ii I... .l. iiuuuiku iihtu ai it uiiiiiK" iiunuuii tiiuiauiu, uuiuus nil.. iiiiiuu , cltlier C0UD0U or reristored Flume Is kept nnd France is demandthrough license restrictions Is being of lunacy Jurors and witnesses, with Shown, J. II, Hudson, V. H. Foreman, security' In the world of withdrawal follows: The safest ing control of territory along tho 'w. L. Sliults, W. H. Carson, J. I dny, and the income exceptionally lifted nnd tho board will the best Intentions In the world, but "January 1, 1910, I announced my Rhine. England and America seem Congress by hasty conclusions taking too Muxey. J .A. Tlchcnor, L. M. Wurd,n(lracjjVe rosiHC to function Juno .10. for tho nomination for to bo In n opportunity of a Hfo candidacy fair harmony, hut the other no funds for Its operation much for granted as is often done In '.loo Wilson, J. I). Holbrook, John Hell ; time to Invest savings with no Iirovided risk stato superintendent of public in- countries mentioned refuse to ! during the ensuing fiscal year. 'such cases robbed tho old man of and Sam Stevens. struction subject to the Democratic placated. no worry and good returns. In tho case of Italy It apFortunately an aroused 1st. Day April :i. Unless some check on exports Is his liberty. "Uncle Sam" Is not going to use primary August 2. pears to be a clear case of greed, but .Tossle Tlney Wilson vs Hockport provided before this condition obtains public sentiment Induced citizens to tns moncy to jmy sh3 alrpla lies, "At that time, I had no other idea France is moved by dread of a fuI it Is feared hero tho demand from go to tho asylum to look into his con- - Coal Conrpany, continued. than to make this race to a finish. guns nor shells "but to' vouch' ture German menace. There is a pos Wesley Chapel church vs Floyd y0llr integrity, to protect your honor Europe will cause a drain on the dltlon. There they were told that Thought Breaches Healed. sibility, though a remote one, that tho "I believed that the factions of the available stocks In this country that the man was not a lunatic and had no Keown, dismissed settled. in fully meeting the obligations nnd peace conferenco may break up with not only may increase prices but business in tho institution, and after. Hunt Russell & Co., vs H L. Al- - thoroughly complying with the con Democratic party had gotten togeth-- j ", bring about a storngo In Amorlca. (holding him for a few days for oh- - ford, continued . tracts made when autoovacy had Its er; that all breaches had been heal - l, W. O. Herrel ys E. A. Davenport. ' ham, .,,,, thr0iU of nfimoPraPV. imp United States Grain Corp.ira- - sorvntion, the authorities ordered him . .and. that, in tho final election. I'" A""0..,.,B " "". uc: "an. Tep tlon, which has been designated by released. suit to recover for water damage to nm, . ,,, - ,,.,,. ..W...W nml ,,; ,,they would put forth a solid front "- .w BUiiLHiivfis win Hirrn rrin Aiiina- - noicn o-.land, verdict for plaintiff for costs. ',mbonze thoso noble boys who fought ,salnst the enemy. carry "out the President Wilson to f A1lia MAnn llt.rt s.l 4"1A. ny " -- mi imj .ipm government wheat guarantee, has full havo v" "" "'""" "' "But recent developements Till: I'lCITRK SHOW. humanity's battle and won "A proven to me conclusively that In- - win uui icujiuii iiiu war, uui. mere is Dan T. Wilson vs I. u It. It. Co., Glorious Victory." nuthorlty to rcgulato wheat exports .. apprehenslon that she might rofuso . t - I.ninnti m -- nn Tiinro ia nrr mr ni- a m. i nnd imports and no difficulty In this in t Tho moving picture show, dovclop- - continued. -" now von wo ia ht) rn inn iiov oil A i. i ...i... j vision V. M. Render vs I. C. R. R. Co., set connection Is anticipated. A yield of only a few years ago. is already a Instead of triumphant victory " jZnvouMtentatal- vIctorioll3 anny who that inai lUU . I OVer Mini, ,1 , ,1111mm l.Mclw.la ..-1,- l l.a- - H, tt rv..t Inn nml ,llllno frip lit Ti ilnvnf Inrm. fln.,w,..., l - ,,,.. In tnnrn w . , """" """- ...t.lo ..,...v... sliint iclilnil anil railed to tirniv."' """"'""i """ '"' ' f ".. i police the entlro cuontry. Tho ' ., . ls forecast by the Department of Ag- - dally attend the movies. It Is as- h. F. Gabbert vs L. & N. Railroad nls ii hi unless Its leaders change their tactics aim Itfo t tl t probable result is that the representarlculture and the normal consumptiin surediy n permanent institution. It Co., suit to recover for water damago cjlaget anu itli what pride he, his Is loomei1 t0 ignominious defeat. In the I'nlted Stntos Is GoO.OOO.OOO porforniB a double office. It Is at the to crops, verdict for dofendent. (children and "Wo natl tllreo honorable and In- - tives of the Allies will arrive at n will re- T. AT. Jntles M Itlsbnn Cnat f!o..' cue lillhflM ....,... rnrrimtlliln fltlmnu tn minmiTipa deflnlto peace terms and that Ger- lanuw lltiio- nn Inrt iiln (tito nml limtrnrl i x....... - ....... ."- ine part no pioycu. ,nnv s,gn l iinm ' themselves for governor, any one of J It Is significant In this connection, ive. It brings the civil, moral and sot forward to 10th day of term. ,g the ,Mt flnanc,nI c, J" TIs ed '"f, JJ.,1 Day April ffil. of the however, to note that Julius II. Industrial world to the door . The part that you havo played ln wlioni woultl have bonored tho stitte no mJn luay tell wfca?I dnv raay M0HI0 Hayden vs Rockport Coal Barnes, head of tho grain corporation, humblest home. For a few cents one "cceptahlo to this great war, while not ns nml 8nou,tl havo beel1 Iti.t nnllHnlni,a UrJIlb lOrill. V tl, DnmnnMnfln linwd.. " nn,n.,nprtd ...... ..w linna 1tfln nlnnnn ....... B11 I. I.I.. 1.X..... Il.nnln. ni,l it't.lln r,1 unt .v, ..,.........., tli'll n ,.t ,.,i. ...,..u ,,,.,, l ,,, ln ,..,, ,..w.,,v-- .... ......v. v.., fiiril'nnl tn Till ,1 ., flf l.irill . I""-hazardous, was as Important as that ",u fHHuiu of a return to tho five-celoaf of being dollghtfully entertained; bo at ,0. L. Elisor vs Beaver Dam Coal ()f ,Me j)0 . at tMe front you navo for weeks have been noising abroad SETTING THEM ItlGIIT. hread the same time educated in tho man-- 1 Co., set forward to 4th day of term. acted well your part. You havo met lnnl Ilellller 0I ieso was acceptauio, A. M. Forbes vs Broadway Coal every financial demand, and Ohio lue Next to wheat the heaviest Euro- - nors. habits and customs of tho on in norning llavo succeeueu per. n demand will be for fats and tire world. In a recent issue ot tho Republican Ule track anu now-- J The edifice, tho grounds, Co., same order. county's financial banner stands well,0"0 ot tUem C. R. Rhonda vs P. L. Brown, con- - at the front. are leaving no stones unturned to we gave a brief explanation of tho othor meat products. Tho United tho furnishings of the castlo, nro Statosjiow has n comfortablo surplus 'shown in pleasing detail. Tho great tinued. teachings of tho Christian Scientists, tho other two. The bankers of the county have sidetrack o in which we said tho Society's chief Sealing Doom Of Party. of thoo foodstuffs, but It Is not ox- - Loves, the master Hates, tho ways of guaranteed that this last chuige shall KKCKNT L.W1) SALKS. pected that Europe can bo supplied the .nhaudoued crlmlnnl, tho wrotch-- i "An a Democrat, I sound the tocsin tenant was tho power of the will over not fail;" but tho department asks reductpf; edness of the nilserablo poor, the fair- -' of warning to thoso political chief - 'tho physical body, and that Its ser-vlth all she wants iiihout that evory patriot rally to the colors tains who are trying to develops ,ov - jvice was dovoted largely to readings Abo L. Gaddls to Roy Daniel 25 ost indulgence of luxury, the council tbt home supply bolo.v normal and as many buyers participate in peace conferences and tho acro.s, on Muddy Creek, $200. option. . ermnentnl timber, that they are seal- - from Mrs. Eddy's book and to relat 'chamber of mi loan as In any of the others T. H. Wallace to W. M. Allen 3G the No one In official clrclos would hell of wiir", on land and soa and in me uoom or me uemocraiic party nig experiences ol iub reunion oi mo havo great faith that this will be the ing Aouchsufo an opinion today nn to tho air, Is shown in lMng figures, acres, on Mill Run, ?540. and are now preparing to delicr tho Science to health. We havo received county has very case. Ohio goods into the hands of the Rcpubli- - a letter from Sir. A. K. Lord, ot ither or no' the feeding of Cer- - This educative feature of tho picture D. Albert Beutty to G. R. Funua sho has few rich men, but Louisville, Committee, on Publication and her nllles and tho Itolsbo- - show has not boon fully brought to nnd Dennis Walker, lot in Fordsvllle, she hns 'Hilt can. thousands of noble, red IT I niiniitlfin k Iiiu i'WLfitW k jj iiiuwu t i ttfktlil "I now formally announce my for the Christian Scientists, saying iiiv i.u'iu iiiiuiii I) is'., ll 111 t)..1 finilltli .11 J 1.. iUlUUUl'll it Hin linnllln Trti lutinli t rWl ' iiih .blooded patriots, who will do their A. Rowo to Julia E. Howe, lot In , this rpuntry being reiiulrod to pay of R Is InsUIn the gonoral notion of withdrawal from the race for the we did not make a fair statement ot miij iiuiiur uii ciruuiiisiuii;e5. higher prlce3 for their food. WolCentertown, love and affection. It as solely an entertainment. tho teachings of his church. Mr. importune you I nomination of state 'superintendent At the Department of Agriculture should bo glad to have our farmer Laya B. Chappell to L. T. Hayes to No one Is going toyou will not bo of public instruction and trust that Lord admits that healing of the sick buy these bonds, It was said that tho Indications wet" .friends, living In reach of tho show 51 acres, near Sulphur Spring, $2300. is an important tonent of his faith, man may win. visited by n solicitor, but all you will the best V. B. Mortan to Frank and Susan that "rousomMy high" prices voulJ towns, bring their children in to seo "I have not come to this conclusion but that it is accomplished through to do is to call upon, write or have j contln.it-- in the United Stntoi -. a tho big world so graphically portray- - Heflln, lot In Centertown, $111. my health. 1 weigh 194 man's understanding of the law ot phono ono of the banks ot the county on account ot It ed on the screen. It will broaden Lorene Greer to Lonnie Greer ono result of tho European demand pounds. I cat threo square int&Is a God. He says wo were also In error you what you 1 In saying was also pointed out that tho cojt of and deepen and educate tho mind of fifth interest in tract on Nocreek, and they will furnsh tho servico of his church want. Ths is to be a test of indi- day. I sleep soundly at nl'ht. y production had increased enormously tho child ns no other single agency $300. never was in better condition phjsi-call- is devoted only to reading of Mrs. vidual patriotism. You will either during the war period nnd tin tho can. Bring the little folks In and J. T. Smith Jr.. to H. L. Murphy willingly help to finish Eddy's book and recounting healing' to make campaign. the Job or wilfarmors must have a fair return if lot thorn see nnd learn of the big 5S acres, near Fordsvllle, $800. experiences. Ho says selections from '.Must lime Bosses' App.vovnl. fully desert. It is up to you. I adequate production is to bo obtain- - world, from tho ovenlng lesson on the W. C. Daugherty to Edward Flecn- - I "I desire to thank my friends ?11 the bible, as well as those from Scihope that you will see lu this, ' screen. ed. or 50 acres, near Ilaizetown, $1900 i Christian A t..,il till Inn lliA.ln l.nn.lc. ovor tho stato for their loya'f;. .ud ence and Health, are read. n A n.aj ijuiiud, pledges ot support. If I car. ever Science heals, according to Mr. Lord, Xo Effort To Piml P llnmmntwl in H M u twl Alnrv plan "l "wmwumib se- ec !onIy a av,nB ,ot ALMSHOUSE IXMATKS. Shropshire 2 acres, near William So far as could be learned no serve them my frlend3 at any by spiritual or divine law, and not by jomy ot time and confidence in your Mines S40 effort Is being inmlo to ascertain tho I time, an where, command me. I will. There are thirteen Inmates in the J. C. Smith to W .A. Taul 20 acres. (ratrlot,sm' actual needs of tho homo consumers shall cheerlsh as one of tho most deIt Is not the policy of this paper to In conclusion allow mo to publicly lightful j during tho coming year, other than, county almshouse. Several of thoso on Rough River, $3G0. recollections the word3 of discuss demonlnntlonal subjects, but aro have been iheie foT many years, Albert Cox to J. A. Edge, business lhnnk the Rankers of the county, who encouragement and confidence thoy having, made the roferonce to Christ-io- n tho. ordinary statistics which jllavo so solidly stood by the nation's havo expressed for me. gntijiored annually In order to do-- 1 Tho oldest Inmuto Is Mat Woodward, house, in Dundeo, $C50. Science wo do a representative of E. S. Shacklett to C. P. Goodall, 'credit during tho entire war. Every termlno what proportion .of American who has been In tho institution for "It looks as though the time has these peoplo a justice in briefly outvestage of personal, selfish Interest stocks may bo released for rorelgn thirty years. Mat has, or rather has lot In Centertown, $140. come when no citizen can afford to lining a statement ot their doctrlno W. D. Woodward to P. S. & Rufus "as lj0en 8Wei asllle aml tno ucks mako a race for any nomination un by ono of their own mombers. consumption without working a hnrd-- , had, a peculiar liking for washing, For many years sho did practically Lashbrook. lot In Beaver Dam. $i..kopt fully cleared ready for any kind less he receives the seal of approval ship to tho peoplo ot this country. of financial action asked by tho de- Examination ot official roports at all the washing for tho other inmates, 5Q0 of the bosses, the boodlers and tho MANY TIMES MARRIED Alvln Rowe and others to F. M. & l'artmont. Not an order has been graftors. bureau of labor statistics Depart- - This sorvice was not required of her tho BUT VENTURES AGAIN mont of Labor, showed that from by tho keeper, but sho liked the work. Susan Heflln, lot In Centertown, 'Questioned, not an exemption asked. "I was born and bread a" Demo, Tho student of future history must Juno, 1918 to January 1919, which It Is said sho would havo washed six jj.jo crat. It is my purposo to support Katie Brooklns and James Allison, such unselfish, sacrl- - tho Democratic nominees, whoever John T. Jackson to Loulsvlllo Gas,,lon: n'3 "at Includes tho period following tho days In tho week If allowed to do so. flllficlnB patriotism. To tllO BCOrCS Of thoy may be; but those manipulators colored, were married in Haytl TuesIn foodstuffs Buddy Broontlleld Is anothor veteran nnd KlnMrln f',. 1 .fi signing of tho armistice, day night. This Is Katie's fourth mon nnd women who have practicaliv Broomllebl has acres, near Rockport, $200. prices In tho United States Increased at tho almshouse. should take notice or thoy will spoil venturo on tho troubled waters of tho suspended their individual business on nn avorago ot 10 per cent. Tho boon a crlpplo all of his life, and has J. R. & I,. V. Miller to J. H. Duvall tho pudding while they are flavoring tnnt rlninnlnl hp:i mill nil tlirnA nf thn reduction slnco tho first ot tho year boon at tho institution for moro than 82 acres, on Muddy Creek, $1500. !nlul B've tclr whol l,mo as co'the sauce. former pilots of her matrimonial (twenty years. Ho is intelligent and E. A. Taylor to Mrs. S. I). Taylor, "lltteo in tho sale of tho various has been only 6 per cont. "Again thanking my friends for'sp aro living, and living close J wunt sue3 of LRmrty Loan Bonds. Uuclo Tom in Beavor Dam, $1200. Tho immediate fujuro presents lit- - fuirly well educated. iiclr loyal support, enough to Katie to hear the tlnklo t" thunks ot a grateful hns been there for a number Robert Rains to A. B. Kovil, lot'10 tie prospect ot iny"materlal reduc-JHnlr- d "1 am very truly, bar recent wedding bolls, Katies heart, and Bay, yours has been Hon beyond this point. It Is thought, "f yoars. Ho is old but mentally vlg- - in Rockport, $1200. "H. V. BELL." young yet; only 3 1, and may To tho many Great service. orous. Ho is badly crlppleed with Investlgatlons by tho Department Mabol Hnrrcl to W. L. Shults 5Ca omany happy wedding day thousands who havo shut their Llgo Gary Is ono of ncros $1000. KILLED IN WRECK. ot Labor, it was further learned to- -' rheumatism come. Possibility ot financial Emma Hurrlson to D. W. & Rosa;oyes ' day, lmvo shown that Instend of koop.jthe old ones In point ot age. His foil V nnrna m. SniiM, 11 ntlinr glll ailll bOUgllt tllOSO VaHOUS IS- Rev. It. H. Hartford, a Methodist lug In front ot tho advancing cost of general health has failed. An old MVfcV tn WVI,U W JUU Mr. M. L. McCragken, o sues ot bonds at a sacrifice, minister, wellknown In Ohio county, living, wagos moroly have kept paco. limn or tho namo ot Travis Is abovo creek, $2000. m- k. to fli nncc the was killed In an automobile wreck, County Furm Demonstrator. It was tlu'lr di-tW. P. Tuylor to L. J. Taylor Vj inTho worklugmiin who has laid by eighty yonrs old, and has been at tho a .ii, 1 bond tin kuee of respect mil Bowling areon, Friday. The ma rived, and Is traveling ova wagos havo been raised, nlmshouso for a number of years, terest in ICC acres, $1000. iu anything as ty with Mr, Browdor and Alice Benton to Robert nnd Pearl rv erenco, an.) hay hold on '.o thorn, chine he was driving crashed into an it was btatod, havo been enabled to Hardin Kuykendoll has been In and yen havo a great treasure, sonethlng other machine about seven o'clock ;ualnted with the worli only by steady om- - out tor sovoral years. During the Rains, lot in Rockport, $1000. accomplish this goos awiiy the.'j fif which you will always hi proud. in tho evening. Rev, Hartford was BrfWdor ployment nnd working overtime. Tho'recen. winter he had his feet frozen For tho traitor nnd slacker, If suchkied instantly and the drivor ot tho liuiilh. Mr. McCracke SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. day wage Just about 'while working at n tobacco factory regular Examinations for common school there has beou, 1 havo no condemna other machine was seriously injured. ferson county, and rnvnrs tho cost of food, household in Owciibboro. and some ot his toes own Rev. Hartford was a brother of Rev. recommended for thai Tho lashing of his had to bo amputated. Tlioro aro grnduates will bo held at Hartford, tion. expenses and other necessities. five members ot one family In tho Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle, May 9 conscience as ho reads tho names Frank Hartford, of Owensboro, who he Is assigned. institution. They aro Justice Mat- and 10. The examination at Hart- ot those who have made the supreme was for a number ot years a circuit UNCLE JIMMY BEAR Dr E. B. P HACK IN HARTFORD thews, his wifo and two children, und ford will be conducted by tho Super- sacrifice, looks Into the sightless eyes, rider lu this county, and who marhis brother, Isom Matthews. The intendent, that at Fordsvllle by W. S. touches tho empty sleeve, or hears ried Miss Annie Tabor, ot Sulphur Riley attended tt u. of tho Maccabe4' Undo Jimmy Bear, who was rail- Matthows brothers are Incapacitated Hill and tho ono at Beavor Dam by tho rough knock ot a substitute for Springs. For all I have week. Dr. Fs On account of the leg will be enough. to the asylum, at Hopkins-vill- e, for earning a living on account ot Ellis Saudefur. roaded Owing to the illness ot the pastor, Supreme Repra Wednesdny of last week, had diseased eyes. Uncle Bill Fought, of common schools being closed a great- but good wishes and cheers and ouly Rev. A. D. Litchfield, no servico will tlonal meeting only a brief experlonco at that Insti- Olaton, Is also staying at the alms- er part of tho season, due to tho In- one request "Finish the Job." I fear, no matter how much you be held at Goshen Sunday morning, a distinguished , of the house, but be Is not a charge on the fluenza epidemic, ouly a small numtution. Tho Superintendent you shako the hand but' Rev R. E. Moore will preach at as only two usvlum telephoned friends of the old county, his keep being paid by a son. ber of pupils Is expected to appear have done, when and look into the eyes ot those uoble 3 00 o'clock P. M. State. evening, to come Undo Bill k about eighty years old for these examinations. man here, Friday 4i T , ,, ,,, i - ... .... NT..-n,"-"'" I "V... V "-- "". .J! "-'- . 1 .- '""" i ... .,- -.. .... -- .... '' .... grand-childre- ... 1 "-i- i"i, , v H wing S ' o'SS ; , cr-- A J V3 I I Nt-cil- . lrPst is-l- ot ond a' o-- eo -- A ! ,f . I fettle 83css8&ms& $M;' 3ra - SmJ1 reI thou5httt the first $100a saved in the beginning of many fortune? -f Instill into your children right now the habit and making investments. Start them with as many subsSb tions to the Victory Liberty Loan as you Tem and thev wiU bless your memory in the yJV Victory Liberty Loan Committee H9T- - J This space contributed b Following Persons and Firms of Beaver Dam wSli Beaver Dam Deposit Bank M. D. Hudson 1. 1. Karnes & Bro. Luther Liles C. M. Taylor R. W. Kine Z. W. Mitchell C. H. Rogers R. T. Taylor Jr. Dr. Oscar McKinney Dr. P. T. Willis J. F. Casebier Cooper Bros. Luther Chinn J. M. Porter Otha Dexter j: )VWF G.W.Brunton J. T. Vinson .:"' Beaver Dam Milling Co. i i ..JP- W- ..V & - vlllo Hrown, of McHcnry, were the iwaauk gnosis oi ,ir, joo Fulton, Sunday. Mrs. Vilas Peters, of Beaver Dam, wns called to tho bedside of her Camp Hasp, Mar. 27. STRIKE 1400 It. C. mother, Mrs. Betsy Mary 8wnln who Capt. A. I). Itlley, is very sick, nt tho home of. her Hartford, Ky. PsjKiiNct Contents 15Pluid Dracrroj Dear Capt: I havo Just learned, son, Mr. Deusla Swnln. Vlasons Building Temple Of you wero bnck homo again and thought I would wrlto you n Una to nad breath, bltto- - taste, dizziness Mut, In Thebes, Quit For Infanta and Children. let you know that I was all right, and a general "no account" feeling is Work. nnd hope you nro. I saw Oswald n sure sign of a torpid liver. Hcr-bln- o is the medicine needed. It Hocker a few days ngo nnd ho was mnkes tho liver active, vitalizes the telling mo you wero nt home. 1 I -5 ".. d,rTv Hy Earl C. ItccToa. 1 had n good trip overseas and blood, regulates tho bowels and reP.TS.'V landed at Liverpool, came through stores n flno feeling of energy nnd London, Tlio diligent historian FSESX weir avIio discovered tlio ago of tho flu the English channel, nnd our division cheerfulness. Price 60 cents. Sold GENT. AT.mtim.-- .t Otr- ' AVciJc!abIcrrop.if.ilionC)rAs landed in the southern part of, by Ohio County Drug Company. m Ijcrm liy delving back into tho dim ;'5a ' Em II1I1IHF 111LIUUU fnr T?frfll1n i'c. vt- UT Franco, in a town cnllcd Morport. roaches of history hns been followed Ci,t linullicSlomadhsnndnwrisof by n learned guntlemnn who tolls us Hero our division wns split up, wo w (V' MiHE.VKV. b Were seiit to tho 2C Division, then at they "Struck" In 1100 II. C. Thero was nn entertainment given how wo nt tho Redtnen's Hall, Saturday night, 16 cenVerdun. Then Novomber And It happened thlrty-thrc- o ThcrclyPfomoun4Di4cston gicTTjatUre enmo down to Do Ha Me, a small town for jtho benefit of the Presbyterian turies ngn that tunsons wero building distinguished as tho blrthplnco of Church. Tho excrclso opened with tho tomplo of Mut, In Thebes. These fir.hhrrOnliim.Mcrphlncnor men wero pnld tho first of each Joan of Arc. I was in tho church song scrvlco, followed with speeches month, in commodities, and great late their curriculum that graduation she attended, and wandered in tho by Judge Hodgers and L. L. Stewart S Mineral. NotNahcotic, iliM clamor arose ngnlnst the scribes, who from the high school will mean the fields where she slept while planning Thoro was a present given to the one JtofrafOldDthxUZnXBX jj d From receiving tho greatest number of Pumpunstfi tho masons and en- privilege of entering tho university the dellvernnco of France. jtlxSrnm votes for being the ugliest man In without examination. hero we hiked 175 miles to Toulln. riched themselves by tho robbery. ACirSrrtt Sorroy when President town. Dr. Dunn received the majority Wo wero at Later the low grades were added, On the fifteenth day of a certain over J. R. Likens. All presmonth tho provisions dwindled and the subjects selected being those cal- Wilson camo to review the 2G Divifamilies were hungry. On tho six culated to fit the child to enter the sion. Ho had dinner at Montigucy's, ent reported n nice time. J&ttjrm hnr Tho mines nro still working good and we stood out in line from 11:00 teenth the men stopped work and high school. a i.Mnfnl Remedy for on tho seventeenth The result Is that our children be- A. M. until three that afternoon. Tha nnd we hope will continue so during they rcmnlned Idle Constipation and DiarrhoM nnd the elghtcntb. On tho nine- ginning In the district school, the Prosldent, his wife and General the summer months. Render has put and rcvvnsnntM -men endeavored to leave village school, or tho schools In, our Pershing came Into our barracks and in a new coal crusher nnd the miners teenth the HK:lea. inccnr Sleep tho workyard, but found tho guard towns and cities, nre, by reason of looked them over, and when we got aro well pleased with It. rcsu1Unithcfromjnrnar.j the curriculum, from tho first gralo to Maringo tho wholo Division was Mr. William Henry Baize has had been .doubled. VInIIpiI f.mornnr. up, headed --toward tho university, reviewed by Gen. Pershing, nnd It bought a new automobile. T&C Simile Sinatnrt,ot Mr. Lum At sunrlso of tho twentieth day which in turn, until vory recent yein, wns a pretty sight to see all the Hudson has also bought a car. attftf&GXM they surrounded tho superintendent, taught nothing tending to fit Shn dough boys with their bayonets fixed, Messrs. Goebel Herndon and Dewey cfRoH TinsCnrrATJnCoWAiw. 1 who spent many anxious moments child for useful service in the voca the whole Division moving at once. Growbarger motored to Rockpdrt, tion of industry and commerce, ordi- The General walked by every one of Sunday afternoon. and could calm them not. "Uy Amen," they said, "by tho sov- narily referred to as "business" In so us and asked many questions. Mr. Everett Herald spent several ereign who destroys us, wo will not far as the gaining of technical knowlThen the Division got ready tc days In tho country last week dem edge was concerned. go back to work." move on to Brest for homo trans- onstrating sewing machines. Mr. Bob Wright, who has been very It is true that In very recent years ports. About sixty wore left here And they didn't, but marched In approved modern fashion before the our universities, our high schools where they nro building a big base ill, is better at this writing. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THt Cf NTAUH OOMMNT, NEW TONH CITY. Tho town is putting In several new house of tho governor of Thebes, nnd, to somo extent, oven lower hospital, so wo arc left for three or finding tho doors barred by a fright- grades have added certain courses four months. That is luck, isn't It? concrete pavements here and doing Well, Capt. thero wero a fow of the lots of repair work on the streets. calculated to be useful to those stuened attendant. Mr. C. C. Rone, of Galveston, Tex., The govorno" however, appeared, dents who propose entering the voca- S3G boys got knocked off nt the front, and the natural respect for authority tion of business, but nil such efforts but maybe the rest of us will get safe- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. . for a time silenced tho men, until have been In the nature of grafting ly back home sometime. Hope to &v Owens, Mr. Harvey Caloway Is home on a one began, hultlngl. the story of the special courses to the treo of edu you by Christmas. wrong done them. Ho warmed to cation. They are not a part of the This is about all I know this time, vacation. He Is taking a business All course at Bowling Green. his task and the masons nnlned cour- fibre of the trunk of the treo Itself. so I will close. age iiiUll theio was a babh Ing mob, Good by, The result of this Is that our sys Jlr. Guy Hilibs returned to his honle, in Madisonville, Monday. tem of education, taken as a whole, PUT. WILLIAM ROGERS, nor cutd tho governor qulot them. 4 Mr. Luther Duvall .Is starting into Camp Hospital, to be of A slave made his way through the Is much better calculated the Cold Drink and Laundry business, A. P. O. 7G2, A. E. F. ard auietly informed tho gov service to that limited class of our on the corner, by O. P. Phelp's hardern r that I'lmrnoh, on, bis way to citizens who finally enter tho vocaSurgeons agree that in cases of ware Store. the temple of Amos, would pass the tion of the law, medicine, dentistry, Several high school pupils, from bouse. the ministry, etc., than to that vast Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds the Rockport has a picture gallery and is majority who enter the fields of in- First Treatment Is most important. Rockport, visited C. P. H. C, Friday. I'f.nrnoli TilrU-d- . prepared to make what you want When an efficient antiseptic is apPharaoh finding a ret before t5. dustry and commerce Busts, Full Forms and Family Groups, house of tho governor of Thebes Statistics prove that tho most of plied promptly, there Is no danger of Bring me Copying and Enlarging. mirely Jhero would bo a new govern- those who go Into business for them- infection and tho wound begins to FOR FLETCHER'S selves ultimately fail to make good. heal at once. For use on man or or. your Kodak Work to Finish. i "Go nt once to the steward o' the I believe that it is largely traceable beast, Borozone is the Ideal Antisep.AJOA-MS- , IKLy- granary and lake what ho gives yoi.." to the fact 'that our school system tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now SUFFERED TWO YEARS. uald the governor, aid tho i.,rn was originally built, and its curricu- and bo ready for an emergency. Price ' thought they had stated their case lum regulated, wthout any reference 25c, 50c, fl.00 and ?1.50. Sold by "For about two years 1 suffered to fitting the pupil for tho vocation Ohio County Drug Co. in well, and won. They loudly expre. with miliaria fever and bad blood, a of business. d their thanks praising tho goveni'.r trying everything that was recomIn spite of the facts Just stated, BKAVEIt DAM. for his generosity, shouting: mended to me without benefit. wc are the people engaged in business as em"Thou art our father and "Finally someone told me about Mr. and Mrs,. Carl Hocker, of Balthy Minn. Thou art the old mat 'a ployers and employees, using tho ntaff, tho r.ursc of the children, the term "business" in tho sense of com- timore, Md., are visiting Mr. Hocker's "Number 40 For Tho Blood" and I merce and industry, very greatly out- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hocker. purchased a bottle from our merhelper of tho distressed " Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite Miss Letha Brown, of Fordsvllle, chant, Mr. Walter Page, and It did And so tho strlko ended, as many number those engaged In the learned a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would me so much good that I kept on takIs the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George "have binro, and Pharaoh canio nnd professions. have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most ing it, using in all 3 bottles. ToKoown. found evcr thing lovely with his good disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with day I am feeling fine and do not hesi11 If I Were Mrs. Minerva Taylor, who has been n nil faithful servant, the governor uf Former. butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have tate to recommend it for any trouble If I wero a farmer I would keep residing In West Frankfort, 111., lias Thobos. regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but at hand a few rellablo medicines for returned -- cro whore she will make for which ft is rccommonded. after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just "You are at liberty to use this letseemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were When a ou navo Daclcnclio the liver minor ailments that nro not so serious her home. Mrs. Otis Likens, of Canoyvillo. ter any woy you desire for I know or kidneys aio sure to bo out of gear. as to rcqulro the attention of a phy no good at all for my trouble. I heard Try Sanul, It does wonders for the sician, such as Chamberlain's Colic Ky., Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. what Number 40 is." A trial H. L. BURNETT, Wakulla, Fla, liver, kidneys and bladder and Diarrhoea ltcmedy for bowel Scott Likens. TTnt riin will .nnvlnpn Vrtu dot it Complaints "Number 40 For The Blood" Is Mr. and Mrs. Birch Wilson, who ilrup ntnrn 4G.vr at thn Chamberlain's Cough ltcmedy for havo been residing In Akron, Ohio compounded from ingredients set coughs, colds and croup. for tho past two years, havo returned down in tho U. S. Dispensatory and mJHINKSS MAX'S VI KW other authoritative medical books as Liniment, for here. Chamberlain's LACK-DRAUG- HT OK 1'ITHI.H nr IOOI.S sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains. ilr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson havo follows: "Employed in diseases of the glandular- - system, in blood poison, Chamberlain's Tablest for stomach moved here from Taylor Mines. (Criticism No. l.) Led scrofula, 'constipation, stomach and Mr. Miss Etliel Leach and troubles, billiousncs.s and constipaFirst, our school system wns built tion. Douglas motored to Owensboro, Ky.. liver troubles, chronic rheumatism recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured from tho top down, Instead of from and catarrh, mercurial and lead poiBy having theso articles at hand last week, and were married. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best the bottom up, and for the classes it would often save the trouble of a liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or Mrs. J. H. Davis has returned soning. Under its uses nodes, tumors rather than for the masses. trip to town in tho busiest season or from a visit with her niece, Mrs. L and scrofulous swellings that have stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on ' llv tlinf Kfntnmnnl I tiipnn Mils? withstood all other treatment disapthe jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of In fhe night, and would enable mo to E. Annls, of Logansport, Ky. by magic." pear as If throwing out waste materials and poisons from the systreat slight ailments as soon ns they Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. tem. This medicine should be in every household for appear, and thereby avoid tho more Farmers and others who live at a use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel serious diseases that so often fol- distance from a drug store should AVOID Catarrh Cannot Be Cured sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tolow. . m keop In the houso a bottle of Ballard's Wltli morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. m It may bo needed at cannotLOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they Snow Liniment. reach the eeat of the UHfease. Is sores, Catarrh by a local disease, preatly any tlmo for cuts, wounds, KASTVIKW. constitutional conditions, ONE CENT A DOSE (J 73) sprains and rheumatism. It is a In order to cure It you must tuko and an remady. Hall's healing and ponotratlng Internal taken Internally Catarrh Mediand smi. Kail, ppwerful M. Birch .Mai cine Is and acts thru spent Saturday and Sunday in Owot.s-bor- remedy. Price 25c, 50c nnd $1.00 the blood on tho mucous surfaces ot the system. Medicine was Sold by Ohio County Drug prescribed Hall's Catarrh best physicians er bottle. by one of the In this m posed of country for years. It Is comTold by Mrs. Lynch From Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wlgglnton are Company. some of the best tonics known, work, it also builds lodging bodies of vast dlmen-housspending a few days at Curdsvllle. combined with somo of the best blood of . Own Experience. where wayfarers may lodge slons and nro at tremendlous purifiers. The perfect combination of dls- COOL SPRIXG. Mr. B. J. French was at Greenbrier the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh MediThe members tances from tho observer Tho Frovjdcnce, R. I. "I was all run Wednesday, on business. cine Is what produces such wonderful for a trifling chnrge. results In catarrhal conditions. Send for of the organization wear uniforms smallest of the stars aro known to down in health, was nervous, had head Singing School is progressing nlco-lMr. Dave Havener, of Heflln, spent testimonials, free. aches, my uacK Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. and have mijitary titles, such as be suns, many thousand times larger With Mr. Horaco Taylor as teachAll Druggists. 76c. ached all the time. colonel, major and lieutenant. The than the sun from which our earth er. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I was tired and had Bartlett. operations ot tho organization is dorives its light, and is so far away no ambition forany-tilinMr. M. M. Tate and son, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coots, of Llvia, world-wid- e and it is doing a vast deal that had it faded into nothingness I had taken were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Al- Mr. and Mrs. Grover Burgess and o THINGS WORTH KNOWING. a number of mediof good. before Noah's flood the light from it, and son and Mrs. Mattlo-Nane- y cines which did me fred French, Sunday. though traveling at the rate ot nearly SudducccH. Tbo BinuUcst IUpubllc. son, Clifford, went to Owensboro, During an electric storm Tuesday no good. Ono day Tho Sadducocs woro a Jewish party, San Marino Is both the smallest 200,000 miles per second, would not I read about Lydia morning lightening killed a cow of Saturday. E. Pinkham's "Veg- Mr. Rudy Stewarts. o representing the wealthier and aristo- and the oldest republic on earth. It yet havo reached the earth. Tin Mr. and Mrs. Alec Lawson and etable Compound and son, of Butler County, wero tho cratic llobrow people-- . Thep rejected lies within tho area ot Italy, It has stars are all traveling through space Mrs. James Bartlett died at her what it had done for nil rovolatlon guests of Mr. OU Brown, Sunday. after Moses, were an area of only 38 square miles, or at high speed, but they aro so tar women, so I tried home, near liuroru, April, n. and Ernest Wlllonghby skeptical about spiritual things and about half ot that of our District of distant from tbo earth that only tho Mr. Nowt it Mv nervousness and backache and and sister went to Cleaton to seo did not believe in the Immortality of Columbia. Tho little llcpublic oc- closest of them have over shown any A prudent mother is nlways on the gained in I headaches disappeared. sister, Mrs. Will Casey, who Is tho soul. They disappeared after tho cupies a mountainous country and its evidence of movement to observers fweight and feel fine, so I can honestly watch for symptoms of worms In her their destruction ot Jerusalem in tho year little capital, San Marino, Elts upon a upon tho earth, Tho higher powered Plnkham'a Vege- - children. Paleness, lack of interest very low with consumption. irecommend Lydia E. mountain peak. It was founded before telescopes bring out many stars la tho Miss Anna Wilson, of Beaver Dam, 70. Salvation Army. Is tho guest of her cousin, Miss Emtho fall of tho Roman Empire and places appearing dark to the unaided A Lynch, 100 Plain St, Providence, R-- . 1. for White's Cream Vermifuge. William liooth founded the Salva- bids fair to exist tor many centurie eye, and it is probable it higher ma Scott. Backache and nervousness are Bytnp- - few doses of this excellent remedy telescopes wero had tho sky Mrs. Betsy Mary Swain, of Beaver tion Army In England In 18G5. Tho to come. It has only 10,000 populatoms or nature's wnmlncs. which in- -i ,,,,. n.t in iii, wnrma nn,i tim . Indicate a functional disturbance or an! ., ... Dam, is visiting her son, Deusla, this chief aim of the organization is to tion, and is governedby a council ot would appear a solid blaze ot light. nrl ,n Vlnhealthy condition which often devel- - ""'" """ """ roach tho lowly and outcast, who aro 60 men, elected for life. It has two It will no doubt bo news to many conts per bottle. Sold by Ohiq Coun- - week. i lips Into a more serious ailment Lake, of Owensboro, camo neglected by most of our churchos. It presidents, who are chosen every six persons that not more, than 4000 Mr. 1 Women in this condition should not ty Drug Co. m stars may bo seen even on the clearwas organized along military lines months. home, Wednesday. continue to arag along wunouineip, out est night, and yet we havo this stateStarh. profit by Mrs. Lynch's experience, and Mr. Owen Sandefur purchased a and does its work chiefly In the slums try this famous root nnd herb remedy. Denbodies appearing in ment upon tho authority ot astronofilly from Mr. T.-and on the streets. Street marches, The brilliant old x,yaia is. rinKiiam'B vegetable uom- FOR FLETCHER'S accompanied by bands, and street tho sky at night, whllo appearing mers who have the sky completely nis, for the sum of $200. inMiml nml fnr firuMri1 nrlvicn writ in Mr. George Growbarger and Or- - corner meetings are its chief methods small to tho iiunided eye, are in fact, mapped. I diu E. Pinkham Mod.Co., Lynn, Mass. ELLS OF LABOR Tlio university canio first in tho old world, when education was allegedly for those who were to bo engaged in the service of tho stnto and in the learned professions. In tho'O days, anyone who intended to engage In agriculture, or nny phase of industrial or commercial life, could not have gono to school nt all, It ho had wanted to. Tho schoolroom existed for tho solo purpose of training tho child for scrvlco to tho nation In some official capacity, or for service In one of tho established professions, The vocation of trade wns looked down upon and shunned as an occupation unworthy of refined intellects and gifted natures. Later tho high school came, which whs then and l even now, to n great degree, simply n training ground to fit tho child for entrnnco into the uni versity, it being tho aim of those lit chnrge of our high schools to so regu- 1)1 1. IUI.KY ItKCKIVES j, i;i iKi; ino.M CASTORIA Genuine Castoria Mothers Know That H MM nurl Always Bears the of AttJ r ll nhort-chnngu- mi of-tw- M In Use For Over mSm Thirty Years 2ttN0 CASTORIA San-lay1- FORFINEJOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Republican. crr! iiUOOK HERB Children Cry R CASTO 'A RoolipOrt, STOMACH TROUBLE THEBFORD'S ! I0W TO BACKACHE AND NERVOUSNESS ft o. us es y, g. lit-tl- lit-tl- vis-lon- ,. ,'"',' i) Children Cry Q A SJTLO R A f ttincs TfgprrnrTWT MJW' J movement A very commendable The Hartford Republican of Democ.,tjc affairs m Kentucky among the farmers of various counour exms through ties comes h.i nartr U doomed 10 a ' changes. IttoIs .that of naming farms nominlou detent la November, and PiiltlMied 'Weekly by go down The practice Is almost universal in I'HIXTING COMPANY that he does not want to HAItTrORD the wealthier sections of the State the trash. with Incorporated and there Is no reason why it should - not be extended to all the principal The Madloavllle Hustler graciousJOHN HENRY THOMAS . . . . Editor Patterson Is an farms of the country. The namln" . of a farm gives It dignity, both In th W. S. TIXSLEY, .Woclntc tuiior Manager. and hjm o crUJel!n(. the OB,y mind of It owner and that of ? and even the stranger " " T two presidents the Democrats hare by J? Impressed with a noat sign Entered according to law at the aeration. But have at the gate giving the name of th' farm. Within a little while the " known by the name for mile party for Democratic ,' to . ,m . mmA Address all communications -- - BOt around, as Maple Grove farm, or the ... v ,a . qHsrivi Toe xjariiwfu cpu ik ltlnn fcf aB- - i Cottace Hill farm, or whatever name Mr nii niwva . nMi.4itt itnno9si clrcunitance of location or Can t5n" may give It. It ou. NOTICE TO SLTSCnniKnS. Me dnrir? tB, lifetime of the living of .the owner desiring the paper seat generation Ohio county farmer will adopt tk Subscribers Mavbe both Cleveland - Wilson might have profited by practice e shall take pleasure public both the nam and th. Business Locals and Notices 10c Wattersonlon criticisms. owner of the farm. 5c per line for addition line, and Llr.oHn wiely said this nation il insertion. oman nflrage is on the wa principle applies to That it is coming, and lhat it v.lt: The same free vance. .. . .. Wa (..-... . Ml..i Ant. soon arrive, appears about as certain -c .. Ccurcn notices ior seijt:. f.aa me p.esrai iu.tlaK w advertisements, 5c per line. Jn wages to unprecedented as any future event can be. Why i: but other Anonymous communications wl m tB0Bdtlssr!ej over which It coming is the Interesting feature receive no attention. ,;. ha? Ia nMus It is certain that fully eighty per cen' ! wages is taking of the women do not want It: no realthe government TriFPimvjs (money from a part of the people to ly practical reason has been offere.' . .. yet t MutunlV.::::::::: SO ' s!re It to another part of the peo- - for Its adoption, itandfor it the power as a poliprocess can not go on very' that be are for . pie. This It ail long. It will soon rasse me ia- - cy, not as a principal. AI HI1 VIIIDAY ,!,:: nt ruxinte m tin- - came about ia this way. Befor the war engaged the attention of th that the voice of the world to more serious things th- ANNOUNCEMblNli) gov- - wild and wolly west went daffy ur :obehBard. There is a kind of new things, and woman suffrage wa Bolshevism. We are authorized to announce I ernment that brds one of them. A dozen such state , . S. Mason a candidate for Representa-Our hat is off to the bunch of live adopted woman suffrage. The w. live of Ohio county, subject to the who are working men of these dozen states have a vo action of the Republican party at wires at Ford.sville season, and with in national congressiona and season and out of ,y. r,nm,rv Section August 2. 191&..m Politicians are of nee success, to bring th elections. 'some hone for sity cowards, and the leaders of bo-- r to ansoucce 'Louisville and Owensbcro highway We are authorized through Ohio County. Basil Wester-- a political parties consulted expedience George Baker, of Muhlenburg county ,' Ban people. and declared for woman suffrage -candidate for the nomination for neld. The Fordsvllle for It, not because th Dr. Clarence DeWees. declared State Senator In the Tth Senatorial 5am Gain.. Jake Wllson..John T necessarily believed ia it, but becau--t- o of Wilson & Co. d!:ric:. composed of the counties oppose it would man defeat f off Muhlenburg. Butler and Ohio, sub- -, Smith and others have taken Republican their coau and gone after it. There the party. lec: to the action of the proverb which say. partv a: the primary election. August ,1- - an old French Mrs Ollie Barnett is in Owen H not he who desones the most J jj13 ' ' always gets the most, but he who boro this Tek that and the Ford-D- r W are authorised to announce demands the mot." and Mr. Shelley Uenfrow people mentioned are certainly Turner, of Muhlenburg jville TG Hon ell. both of the Arnold Co'ur.tv. as a candidate for the nomi-- j demanding attention in the matter country, were married at the court natlir. tor State Senator in the Tth . of the highway. houe. by Judge Cook, Wednesday composed of Senatorial district, s The couple are popular young peopl-oTwo weeks from tomorrow the coup- Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg their community, and have manv county conven-pab..- n vblect to the action of the ;:e- - publicans will meet ia delegates to the state friends who will wish them a Ion? to e,ec-!tio- a Partv at the prlmarv - and happy journey on the matrimooi .comeauou. "' Uoa to be held Auecst 2nd , 151 We believe the best Inter- - al sea Mav 14 ,e;t of the party may be served by Misfortune has accumulated In th Attend the blc road meeting at I eBns the delegate uninstructed . r- 4lt Beaver Dam tomorrow iuu "'" ,The State coaveation win endorse a family of Mr. Thomas Smith, of Ar hear some road talks worth while. !l!rii tii Ha rAiul fnr at the All "II it nold Mr. Smith and bis entire fami- I ... A .... ....... 1.. I...... waa..,!.. kqil mo.lAC Al .IX ,, ; friction f . Tht-rarD b"ti- -r able Smith and one of the children rti. what should be done'last week, three other children 3re in the Prsiident s biset and a num-,;- o ; determine ber of members ar reported lisery a(ter they reach the convention than still sick and two of them have pneu- i .Mr smttn is a oro.i't a voters in the county con- - irr.onfa. to reicn. but Burleson will hold on. 'eou vea::oas msinicuoa .or cu .uurru Mr. Charlie Smith, the almshouse worldly or ?0veraor will be made by all the keeper. How fleeting Indr-- d i and th- - conatr convention, but the selection lame Bo'h th"fartMn Doint- - ' have alrsdy ba'nfil.araiMl'iitiirnf tho tirVot tioultt Mrs. Man- - E. Ellis, who ha been 4(t t0 tj,e action of the Lexington with her son. Charlie, at Sturgi. ar- fcreotten. and the peace council still icn in riveo nere mescay mr a isn u convention ' her son. Howard. Mr. E1U- - will I Bowjjns Green. .Morgantown. j loave next week for Colorado where uaio wa one oi in- - .usi ivj conn tie in ih stat- - to so over the Hartford and Owensboro national she will spend several month- - with .. la. ilia vr.-A. Vaa& n n. . her daughters, Melame a1 JllAf kLl. . - . B Hill and credit should be riven the bankrt m0rrow I going to be worth mile Frank Peyton. Blanton, Mr E1IU" son, will accompany hi- - grand- of the county for taking tho entire 0f trar to fe and hear. The y- - ;tener says t'i county mother to Colorado, where h will jodre. county attorney, the county pend the summer. The country owr a deb: of oratl-'roand the three city n?ln- -r tsde t..- - Potmatr Gerald Burleson commissioners, along with a great We are now better equipped than advo-o- f ever before to furnish the ptnple fer making government management ,may other good roads public utilities so eternally odious eaw,t wjj motor over to the meet-tb- with ice. Have completed an storage plant. Have 1" tons all danger of government owner- - i.- - our information from Mor- ' chlp U finally and fur evr removed ?aatowa is that a big delegation of of ice in storage.. Will have 125 Butler county cltiaens wii be in M- - tons In storage May 1st. We believe Having neither garden noV chick- tedence. i nd a number o' srren we will have plenty of ice of oi.r st ia en we feel no personal road booiiers are txrtt'ed manufacture to supply all county deto say if ' St.- - road commisioaer V.'i't-- v ill mands. You remember what Gen. the matter, and only anybody get into police court for address the meeting The impassa- Byng said to his men Just before allowing chickens to depredate on ble road is going like African slavery making the drive toward l'a .brla. -- e Tha Let every tank do Its btLsInes- the yrds and gardens of their neigh- ar.-- l bors, we have performed the public people ar wkisg up. an I hc goJ Ellis Ice Company is going to .' " to 4 3t? keep the people In Ice oface of giving notice that there is roa!s era is cjv.lj? a city ordinance against chick-a- s ruanint at larce . e e e -'"1 ":,.,,, te ma ..- We Are At Your Service As Usual e e e pa-la- g e .J ".'" R..n """i. ., e "" ' . Sri'ilarSSr )r Mr Farmer WITH what we believe to be the best Tractors on the market for our territory, and we are fully conscious that field tests will bear out our assertion. After carefully looking over the Tractor field and considering our territory and the economy of operation and the perfection of operation, we decided that the e e e e -- . Mg ,,, eal ... .. les-favo- r- J e -- Fordson e e e , n arvd Moline e Re-tie- f ".&- ..... Universal Tractors e - n .." :. --,- .. di. were by far the best on the market for our customers. Give us an opportunity to demonstrate to you on - ' n. -- ..l aj your own farm. If we are wrong, we want to know it. We may teach you something that will benefit us. Lets get together and try these things out to our entire satisfaction. If you can't make money out of a Tractor we don't want you to buy one, and if you can't make money out of ours, you can't make money out of any. at te on int-re- t:n: ma dan-.n'e-t.- " As Usual we have the old reliable lines of Walking Plows, Riding Plows, Corn Planters, Disc Harrows, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators, etc. All of which we know stands as high in efficiency and service as anything made. We have competent men to look after your service, and we know we are better prepared to give you the most for your money. Come to see us, or call us and we will send a man to see you. f y We should be glad if we cculd please all the people all the time, but ve ean t do it Frankly, we don t try very hard We do try to be just and fair with everybody, but justice and fairness do not always please. The proper province of a newspaper is to make a public record of what happen. --and o long as the present editor controls the utterances of this paper it shall be such a record. A Just regard for the rule of the rczd would save much annoyance. and probably some accidents. The rule is always to the right When meeting another turn to the right, and when giving the road for one to pas- - ANNOUNCEMENT OF M. C. RANKIN . FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE I make this, on my rec rd a '"08 to ( ur -- j 1912, as otir ner, at a salary of $2,500 per ear, and if my work was satisfactory, I will appreciate your en ant for four ear from , you keep to the right By H ing you what to expect, and danger of accident or the inconvenience of delay W avoided In a published letter announcing bis withdrawal from the race for the Dejaoeratic nomination for state of public lBMructtoa. Pr&f. H. V. Bell, of Harrodsburg. tvas4 U distinctly underwood lhat he withdrawing on account of hU It 1 ' neajth. He werb three hearty meals a pgtiafe. day and sleep ftouadly at nlfht. bet this rule the driver meetor the one passing you know Tt tie Repj"'i!cn nt eu ters of same, which 1 favor repealing. Instead of the Commissioner, let Kenttuk,. office the various County Judges and: I am a candidate the law, of Cotniniiiioner of Agriculture, Sheriffs execute this dog thereby bringing it closer home. Labor and Sutiitics, at the priThanking you in advance for mary to be held the ftrit Saturday your support, I am, in AngUit, r919. subject to the Yours verv truly, s M, C. RANKIN. ReptablicMS oi ibe State of I find that in Chapter 69, the Acts of the General of 1918, there was added ?f.5GQ to the $2,500 salary, which SI 500 I faveJr being repealed, as $2 500 is sufficient to do the work ncocsarv. I also find in Chanter 112, of the Acts of 191S, a Dog License Law which places upon the Commissioner the power to execute support. Now ti As-em-L- lv E. P. Barnes i - 6 Bro. i $ fr RPAVCP nAM VV i ACTtJtlHMSl f r j SmSRSIJ attdtaABiaUUMnt jj"yyy Clean Up Week! pssCTrareEiro; A n Litchfield, who has been "Vcng ntr - And The Woman" Is a the pan ten dnys, of erysipelas, Is western with thrills from bc- linprourig very slowly. ginning tj nd. May Cth. at Star 'lev III Theater, lglchcart, of Natchata? ichaus, Louisiana, Is visiting her Miss Roxlc New in Beauty, Old in Virtues; This I rotisln, Mr. Ellis Foster. M &xcMM If W v'- 1 1 VCUAnANTEEn w urrmn M Go1dSr.ll I 'ARt-mrc-s THEY'RE 3 Q pood-lookin- r Every one that Is Jn need of a Plow wants a good one. IJuy Mounts . .. r, tin. Hf.li , iivv. tvniivr ureup wuni 10 uwens- - Trus nine Plows and you will bo satllfirfl vnflfnrilfiv wlmrii lin will nnnml isfied. "- ; .'.' ; a lew nnys wun ins parents. 42t2 ACTON' IJUOS. Mrs. J. A. Howard, of Itockport, vlbltml her brother, Mr. C. II. Noel, In Morgantown, last week. Clarence Midklff, Hnrtford Route and .MIks Lannle Young, of Mclicn-r- y, were married by Judge Cook at tho court home, Saturday afternoon. 2, MAXWELL Has Stirred America ': i.. ncw, they're different, nnd even though they're unusually durable nnd 0 Hi ffl W 3 -- 1 i 3 Rrcnt mhny to the housewives nhout town and have yet to hear u complaint about them. -i arc fast supplanting nil VU llWIUUIII JUIU' Seal otner iype9 or rnc chunvpnecu rugs now on the market, r .!. Art-RiiK- S They're washable, water-proo- f, Lie Hat without fastening. and positively sanitarv. I f T 1 ri iPIBSIMbk :E1 - jr ''IHNM :js3S !l Li -"i W L,H 2- -" Al.JJ Come in today and le us tell you nuout incm and snow you some of the very handsome pnttcrns which we have IJrlng your Junk nnd got your Feed, Mr. Ed F. Ewnn, of .Sunnydnlc, spent last week anions friends at hli Fortllliur, Sfed, and Fanning from former homo In Hancock county. D. L. I). SAXDEFUIl, Deavor Dam, Ky. Mlses Pauline Wilson and Maurine 42JU Davenport, of Rochester, were gnosis See William Duncan and Carrol of Mlst Dewey Johnson, last woelr. Hollowiiy in the new Serial. The Ilev Uussell Walker preached at first two ri'cls Tuesday, Mny the Clh, and continuing Ilenncts Sunday afternoon. A nuni-b- at Star Theatre, of Hartford people wore present. each Tuesday until completed. 1 or QI 11 1111-Jli.- ll TT.'. IllK- - il ; OXS Hups 8,5o J 3 $16.50 5 9X12 Rugs r- ... ii -i- -l- v-!! 4ki i fc 2-- 5,3 ' lrA mKj TMK -- - T'it- -" --- , zi-' i'laaniBEas-isaassi- a - A - ... oo. - -"- A.!a 33Hk&S53 3- Spring time is here. Clean up time is with us. We are prepared to show you a complete line of Rugs, in Congoleum, Brussels and Axminsters. Matting rugs, lace curtains, plain and fancy Marguesette, Scrims, Door Panels, Window Shades. If interested, come in and see our line, if not we will be glad to show you anyway. 7i&z&l&Gb, ' The U-T If you are in need of a good Ilrus-so- ll After 33 years in the mercantile or Axminstcr Kug at a money business at Itockport, Mr. L. G. Hay-de- n saving, go to has sold his business to Iloss & ACTON 11H0S. J2t2 Dennett, and will go to Arkansas for an extended visit with his son. Mrs. J. N. Martin, of Cromwell, is Mrs. J H. Thomns, who has spent seriously ill of diseases incident to !old age. Mrs. Martin is Sti years several weeks with her husband hero, went to Narrows Tuesday for a visit old. with relatives, after which she will Miss Nell Toll, of Mcllenry, Is do- return to her home, in Louisville. ing stenographic work in attorney One of our corresppndents made Arthur Kirk's office during circuit an amusing error last week. She court. wrote a news letter and a letter to For Sate or : limine One good her aunt and in mailing them sent us the aunt's letter and our letter to her farm horse. aunt. DU. J. S. UEAN, Horse Branch, Ky. Mt2 Mr. I. S. Mason, candidate for tho for Iteprc- Mr. J. E. McKinney, of Clcaton, Republican nomination accepted a position as prescrip- - j scntatlve, was In town a couple of hns Hon clerk with the Ohio County Drug dnys this week. Ike will probably have no opposition for the nomina Company. Hon. Mr. Cecil Heavrln and wife nnd The first examination for teachers' Mr Sam Heavrln, of Owensboro, were guchts of .Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln certificates will be held at Hartford May 10 and 17. State SuperintenSunday. dent has ruled that agriculture shall Mrs. Annie Lashbrook, who has be the last subject of the been teaching In Oklahoma for several months, has returned to her We have a statement of the Plke-vill- e, home here. Ky., National Dank, of which Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Kuvkendoll, of Mr. Fon Rogers, former county school Owensboro, visited relatives at Sul- sunerintendent of Ohio county, Is phur Springs and Dundee, Saturday President. The total volume of the 'banks business is above a million dol and Sunday. Men buying cars today are giving this present day Maxwell searching consideration. For where, this moment, can you get a car, like a Maxwell, the chassis of which has had a 300,000 manufacturing ran and the beauty of which has been improved to an aston300,000-all-alike-for-five-ye- x ishing degree? They're weighing the soundness of the logic and they translate that into reliability supreme. They know in their own business what changes in plan, in program, mean how serious the losses in good will and profits the dissatisfied customers. Many of them have been "burned" by "new models" in days gone by, and have joined the "never again" club. So this present day Maxwell has a deep appeal to them ; and thousands since January 1 have reached for their check books as soon. as they laid eyes on this new Maxwell. , Perhaps it is unfair to say "new" because the chassis is five years old in design. When we say "new" we mean its vastly improved appearance. things done to the Maxwell There are twenty-fou- r looking. Sharp angles have been to make it better removed ; lines straightened ; certain corners eliminated; bonnet vents increased in number; "three more ; seats thickencoats of paint added ; fenders-lowereed three inches,; a Circassian dash installed ; gas tank ' put in the rear, etc. See the latest Maxwell, and you'll want one, too. ars d oIhio COUNTY MOTOR CO. A. C. ACTON, 'Manager. lars. of Matanzas, Mr. Watt Taylor, Our stock of Paints and Oils Is bought a pair of mules and six head of Mr. Ellis arger than ever before. Prices range of cattle, Monday, from $2.00 to ? 1.40 per gallon, ac- Mitchell, of Dundee. cording to brand. We arb agqnts for brands. Mrs. S. E. Bennett, of Decatur, the famous Sherwin-WilliaOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., Alabama, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J Incorporated. Matilda E. Tinsley and other rela- - 1112 tives in tho county Mr. Ticc Durns will move into the property, on Frederica Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, residence came up Friday to visit her parents, street, recently vacated by Mr. J. II. Mr. Thomas has stored his Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Woodward, and. Thomas. .household furniture at Mr. Howard other relatives, here. Ellis," nnd will not bring his family Mr. O. W. Likens, of Canoyvllle, here, from Louisville, this summer. was tho guest of his parents, Mr. and A Heaver Dam fanner shipped a Mrs. W. S. Likens, at Deaver Dam calf, by express, to Louisville, a few Saturday and Sunday. idays ago, and was dumbfounded tho C. Park and'ehildren, of morning following to find tho calf MrsC. Narrows, were with Mrs, Park's par- - at his gate. It had Jimiflt'd.from the onts. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Thomas, here train at a station up tho lino somc- where and had found tho way back from Saturday until Tuesday. : I home. Robert Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kate Hedrick, who has been I. S. Mason, of Buford, who saw real service in France, has been discharg- on tho Home exchange for some time, 'has accopted a position with the ed and arrived homo Saturday. Cumberland at the exchange here. Mr. Frank Corley, of Elizabeth- - Mrs. Hedrick is an obliging oporator, town, is spending a few days with, but those of us having both In tho county. Mr. Corley phones will not suffor disappointment with the change. formerly lived at Beaver Dam. ' j j tele-frien- ds Hartford Republican AIMtll. 25 ' v-c- cimicd turning and Nc-- v Crouml Plows 'j'ltlD.W. w f. j llis & nno. Extra and unusual values that no one can afford to miss in I Personal News Mrs. J. P. Morton and Mrs. John . 1. i ivumiua- iveown were in uwuuauuru, .tr .l day. Mollne Hiding Plows and two horse Hiding Cultivators. V. E. ELLIS & DUO. llluck Hawk two and punters can be had at 12t2 0110 ; and Social Euents, BUGGIES! Just received a large shipment. Eoth Steel and Rubber Tire. Very Fashionable and Beautiful in general appearance. - We have them in both wide and narrow bed. These are made by one of the very best factories in the State, and each and every buggy is fully guaranteed against defective material and workmanship. ' The factory is behind us and we stand behind the buggies, so you are perfectly safe in buying them. Write at once for price freight paid, on the style of buggy you are interested in, or come and look them over carefully. They are set up ready to hitch to. Act at once before they are gone. row Corn U. S .CARSON has tho American fcuse. tf ACTON UROS. Mr. H. 1. Martin was In Owensboro Mr. Raymond Ithoadti, of Owensycbterduy. boro, visited friends In Hartford, the first of the week. HED SLATE asphalt Hoofing. W. E. ELLIS & 1JHO. Psborno'Dlsc Harrows with and without tnndeui attachment. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. All kinds of feed nnd field Seeds. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Miss Harriet Fiecner will assist W. E. ELLIS A: DHO have plenty county clerk Dlankeushlp in niukiiig 42U the sheriff's book, of llmo for sale. ktf Rev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsvlllo, was in town tho first of tho week. Mr. Sep McCoy, who lives Just east of town, Is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. Estll James Dartlctt died at hot home, near Uuford, Friday. Mrs. drug been attending tho Loulsvlllo Con-- . Saturday from his brief stay at tho i iuihb of Music for several ;asyium ai nopKinsvmu, company, at Central City, was here sorvatory with John Snuloy, near Taffy, uncio months, returned home last week. Sunday and Monday, Esqulro Leslie Combs is spending 'Jimmy and Smiley came In Wednes- tho week at Dawon Springs. Bo sure you see tho International clay to start proceedings to got the Mrs. Prude Stevens returned Tuescombined Shovel and Disc two horse lunacy verdict, passed on him two Don't fail to seo the new serial day from a visit with Mrs. James riding Cultivators before you pur- - weeks ago, set aside. Ralph, at Owensboro. starting May Cth., at Star Theatre. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. chase. Enquire James A. Bowling, who of Attorney Ernest Woodward, Good second hand, one horso farm hero - Miss Cessna Shults, who Is teaching lives threo miles out on the Hardins-n- t Louisville, attended circuit court wagon for sale. Seo Brows Valley, In Daviess county. 'burg load, has perhaps tho oldest tho first of tho week. ELLIS BROS. 43t2 vltlted her paronts, Prof, and Mrs. heirloom in tho county. He has a tablo fork that is two ci.'.urlos old Irish Coblers, Ozna Shults, Saturday and Sunday. HEED POTATOES American Hold and poultry Fonco Mr. Bowling's mother is still living Early Ohio and Early Rose, and Barbed Wire. our at the age of 94, and Is familiar with "Venvenco And Tho Woman," or Early Triumph. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. great new serial, is said to bo better the history of the fork. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. than tho "Fighting Trail." Seo it, Hoosler 1 &"2 row Corn Drills, also The board of trustees for the Hart- tho rush of spring farm commencing May 6, at Star Theatre. Don't let Empire Corn Drills. ford school havo elected tho follow- work allow you to overlook your duty W. E. ELLIS & BRO. iI mi. Tmn lio.ia ' luc crade teachers for tho fall termt , WU UJSfc piuvu AilU i.n.t nu.n to pay up your subscription to tho JAKE WILSON, Manager Springs, Kitchen Cabi- - First and Second grades, Miss.Wlnnle Mattresses, Fencing Wo have plenty of Farm Third and Fourth Uoan Mosley; Dining Davenetts, nets, Dressers, In Woven and Bar,bed Wire. grades, Miss Cllluo Felix, Tifili and Wo have Just gotten a car of good Tables, Rockers and Chairs Is at ACTON BROS. 42t2 Sixth grades, Miss Mary Laura ACTON BROS mixed Hay, Clover, Red Top and Tim- 42t2 Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter were Seventh and Eighth Pendleton; othy, Get our ton lot price. In Owensboro Sunday, to tee Mrs, Rev. Walter Creep preached at the' grades, Mrs. S. O. Keown. Little Miss Mary Martha Smith W. E. ELLIS & URO. Hunter's mother, Mrs. Pen Taylor, New Baymus Christian church, near and Miss Mary Render, of Matanzas, Owens Narrows, Sunday. Citizens living along the routo re- who is bolng treated at the were guests of Miss Smith's father, Seo us for your Disc and worked tho pub- boro City Hospital. Also one horso Mr. C. E. Smith, from Friday until cently joined in and riding Cultivators. Park, who Is with a Six-Wee- Mibs Annlo Ray Carson, who has Uncle Jimmy Bear, who camo nacK FordSYille Planing Mill Company FORDSVILLE, KY. Judge W D. Canoll, Chief Justlct of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and candidate for tho Democrat!.' nomination for govomor, wa? lu Hartford yesterday. Judgo Carroll Is perhaps tho ablest muu the Demor crats havo had beforo them for in a generation, and vu are not afraid of having this stattmeul quoted on us during tho aumpa?K Kentucky Democratic mnchiueAa art not noted, fur nominating their ablttrt or host uiuii. ior-erno- i, MM el v; tooth 0110 Flvo Shovel nnd cultivators, fifty and sixty tooth walking Cultivators. horso ACTON BROS. 42t2 auction Harrows. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Wo will havo a car of Jones' Fertiand lizer In at once. Call us ImmediateFor Salt One. buggy horse ly. You enn savo money by getting two young mules. It at the enr door. W. M. HAYNES, W. B. ELLIS & BRO; Dam, Ky. Beaver 32t3 14 Sunday. ford and Owensboro road. They put country pro- this bectlon of tho road in excollent Wanted All kinds of llttlo attention will duce Highest market price paid. order and Just ashapo for months to" eggs keep it In good Get our prices on butter and come. It would be well for citizens before selling. of other sections of thocounty to COAL CO. HEAVEIt DAM follow thl8 commendable example. Taylor Mines. 3915 lic road, from Nocreek to tho Hart- Esqulro Sain Stevens and Luther Render butted automobile noses, In Heaver Dam, Sunday, but tho result to neither nose was serious. Mr. Stevens had to have a wheel upset and Mr. Render's running board was Uoth sober. slightly damaged. 4 . tWP W - . .1 f away In Jars to use as needed. It t'AltXKfllB'.S 1IOX OF OIIANOKS. should be like a thick cream or Jelly. Apply with a soft cloth, wiping the History of (treat Stoel Magnate In n lesson in Thrift. gloves with dry, clean cloths. This harvest depends largely upon the way preparation will leave tho leather a? Wntrli Vour Kpc. being re- soft and pliable as when new. one of tho Andrew Carnegie, A bad egg tested Is a good egg the plants start off after world's richest men, was the son of moved from tho plant bed and set in wasted, to the extent that Madam weaver. Ho early garden. t poor Scotch A Good Fly l'ohon. Hen often is criticized where she the field or m earned the advantages of economy. One of tho best fly poisons If houlil ho eulogized. Industriously On You Sleep Well? t the ago of ten he saved a few a 40 per cent solution the hen works to lay an egg a day, a man must have formaldehyde, To bo at his best hillings enough to buy a box of equal, the .nnd other conditions being When diluted with flvo or six times Its sound, refreshing sleep. peddled egg as produced Is as nearly a perof water or milk. Plnce the lr.mgea which ho promptly at night ho Is In .it a profit of 100 per cent. ingenuity wakeful and restless mixture In shallow dishes, preferably fect food product as fowl no condition for work or business At twelve, ho was brought to Aincr-ic- .i pieces of bread, where can make It. If tho hen la properly during day. Wakefulness Is of- with a few the and put to work In n mill. His If the eggs are numerous, and eliminate fed, If the nests are clean, ten effused by indigestion and consti- files cents are gathered tvl'c dally, stored In a pation, and Is quickly relieved by miscellaneous supplies of wnter, so writing were 20 young n day. mnn-iici'- d, man, he While still a flics1 arc mostly compelland deliverthirsty cool, dry roo'3 c.i cellar Chamberlain's Tablets. Try a dose that through thrift, to accumulate ed to the city coiibitmcr in prime con- of theso tablets and see how much ed to drink the poison. mmi which he Invested. Ills first dition, the consumer grins apprecia- better you feel with a clear head and livldend served as tho Inspiration tion as he breakfasts on shirred eggs good digestion. A I'rnoU Killer. m :or his achievements and flnanclnl of matchless market quality. Rub one pound of flour smoothly power In later years. On the other ham. it the roosters SOXtJ. water. Add three qunrts OLD XIXiKO In a little Hut tho seed of his prosperity was arc allowed to run with tho flock of .boiling water and set on stove. iirt nown when ho Invested the after the hatching season, if the hens We reprint below, from the Ohio Stir In one tablespoonftil of powder- (ew shillings he had saved in a box arc not properly and regularly fed. County News, a progenitor of the ed alum, together with bits of torn f oranges. II the nests are dirty and sro vied, if an old negro song that was newspaper, and cook until the mass There are boxes of orange all the eggs aro gatheii-'-i only onrc ev much in vogue with our colored is smooth and thick as putty. only they go under iliottt us today the cry other day, and If thereafter friends in the county, forty years ago name. Wlso men see t different eggs arc stored in warm, The Cliilriirn of A Washing Fluid. . hem Invest, and reap tho profits quarters, and If marketing Is deWe have been requested to publish Dissolve one pound of potash .in in success. ferred until enough eggs have col- the following rousing song, as sung gallon of boiling water; let cool There nre men and women too-w- ho lected to fill the crate, the city con- by our colored friends In their pe- one add two ounces each of washing and sense the possibilities of smalt sumer usually grunts disgust and culiar musical chant. There is ammonia, sal soda and bornx and beginnings, even as Carnegie. a gas mask when the eggs nhouts for something in it that lends a strange, one ounce of salts of tartar. Mix your box of oranges today. Buy W nppear opposite him at the table. .vierd inspiration to their religious keep In a corked S. .S. and keep on buying them. eggs aro not the result of ac- ncctings, and stimulates, the Imaglna-lo- n thoroughly and Bad teacup to a boll-erfJug. Use one-hacident, they are examples of neglect, to paint the glories of the bcauti-'u- l For UllliotiH Troubles-- . of clothesor its equivalent in Blovenly management, and shiftless-ness- . hereafter: To promote a healthy action of the the washing machine, and they will It Is just as easy to produce saac a ransom whilst he lay liver and correct the disorders caused need no boiling. eggs as it ' and market Upon an alter bound; by billluttsness, Chamberlain's TabIs to offend customers with stale, Moses an Infant castaway, lets are excellent. Try them and see Pustlo-- s Duster. eggs. Farmers lose approxifertile lly Pharaoh's daughter found. how quickly they give you a relish for Saturate soft cloths in a mately $50,000,000 a year from bad CHORUS: mixture of 's ounce of oxalic your food and banish that dull and methods of producing and handling m acid, A pound of whiting and one stupid feeling. preof this loss is eggs. One-thirDidn't old Pharaoh get lost, get lost, quart of gasoline, and hang In the ventable, because it is due to partial (iH.VKIIAIi FOCH, "TIIK get lost, open air to dry. Such dusters will hatching of fertile eggs which have Didn't old Pharaoh get lost in tho (SHAY .MAX OF CHRIST." not soil the hands and will retain been allqwod to become warm enough Red Sea? the dust until worn tD tatters. to begin to Incubate. Probably never In the history of The rooster makes tho egg fertile Joseph, by his. false bretheren sold, the country will Easter week be obFurniture 1'nlKli. while the fertilized egg produces the a deeper God raised above them all: Equal parts of turpentine, kero- served with cervices of blood ring which is the partial de- To Hannah's child the Lord foretold by the spiritual character than vinegar well blended make sene velopment of the chick. The rooster year. The How Eli's house should fall. polNh ioi furm'ure and wood- - ihurehes of America this loes not Increase the egg production; CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c. a sood Methodist Centenary Movement has wui k. he merely fertilized the germ of the asked that the 19,752 Methodist egg, and hence he should be allowed The Lord said unto Moses, churches in the country shall set Iimii Wall Paper. Tn to run with the flock only during the Go unto Pharaoh now, ;.eaping cup of flour wit.i aside the Passion Week. April Sift one hatching season. After the hatching For I have hardened Pharaoh's heart. The for special intercession. oi sau. one taiiitfsnooniut season is over the male birds should is emphasizing To me he will not bow. of one tablespoonftil Centenary Movement ready a mixture be confined, killed or sold. CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c. of co:tl oil, two of vln --,ar and two anew the prayer side of life. Moses and Aaron The Ladies Home Journal for April Then cup of at ammonia, w'th one-na- if Chickens will not give adequate reTo Pharaoh did go. has a very striking story in this conwarm water. Illend with the flour turns in eggs or growth when kept Thus says the Lord of Israel, nection on the prayer life of Genoral .mil salt, .'lid cook until the f.aue under insanitary conditions. Let my people go. scalded and all th Foch, under the heading "The Gray is 'CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c. up. stir-- l ig constant .Man of Christ." Says the Journal: moisture Here is a suggestion for a good He never failed during the war urcaci dry mash: 3 parts by weight of corn 01(1 Pharaoh sal(1( ,vno ls tlle Lorii, ly. Knead as you woulil Hreak olf to spend an hour on his knees every ild'ish l.ntil smooth. Still meal and 1 part beef scrap. every night it was the That j sno,,, nlm obev? to 'alls convenient o morning, and I'lirei. another ration may be made up of H,g ,ame ,t ,s jehovah and rub the "lied papei same. lundle. 1 pound of wheat bran, 1 pound of F()r he hears hla 1)eo))"i0 ,,ray- '.Moreover, it was not a new thing wheat middlings, C,i pounds of beef CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c. with it is inotigh it were a rubln to him. He has done it his whole cincer. scraps and 1GV pounds of corn meal. life long. ! "Jlen who do that which Foch does Then Moes numbered Israel, Whooping Cough. Good tomato land is neither exThrough all the land abroad, Cough Remedy have no doubts. Give Chamberlain's tremely rich nor very poor, but just Saying. Children do not murmur, "When Premier Clemenceau, the to keep the cough loose and expector-tlo- n old 'Tlgor' of France, stood on such land as would grow extra good God. the Rut hear the word of m easy. It Is excellent. corn or.cotton.. Land that was ma- CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c.' battle front wiht anxious heart, one nured heavily the previous year will look at the face of Foch stilled all I.OVYK11 FOOD COSTS generally grow good tomatoes. his fears. He turned to Paris with Hark! hear the children murmur, NOW HOARD'S COAL the vision of cure and certain victory They cried aloud for bread, Boys and girls should be encourag- Down came the hidden manna The great statesman doubted, but the Washington, April 19. Members Gray Man of Christ did not doubt ed to start In the poultry business. The hungry soldiers fed. It requires little money to invest, and CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh &c. ot the Department of Commerce's in- Tho facts in the ense, then, are tint dustrial board Indicated today that when the fnvdom of tne world huiif. the current expenditure may be rethe board would resume Its general In tho balance, tho world turned to duced in part by utilizing farm and Then Moses said to Israel, price stabilization program without home wastes. If the project begins Foch as the one great genius wl.oj As they stood along the shore, waiting for settlement. of differences by supplementing the Vpur enomies you see early, could savj it a Kaii' ?t tho Hun; nn.i with the railroad administration oer that Foch, who I.s perhaps tho great food supply of the home. You will never seo no more. s said that an inprices. It &c. steel est soldier the world has produced s, CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, tensive effort would be made to re- first of all, a Christian." silage ls an excellent feod While duce the cost of food and other necesfor dairy Mock, it should be combln- -' Thon came lown raglng Paraoh, sities. cd with some leguminous feed, such! For the stomach and bowel disorThat you niay piainjy Sce; to ders of babies McGcc's Baby Elixir Is President Wilson's cablegram as clover, cowpeas, or alfalfa, owing oh, inaraoh and his host Secretary Redfiold was interpreted a remedy of genuine merit. It acts to its instttllcient productive quality. Got lost in the Red Sea. Tho leguminous material will tend to CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &e by the board members as authorizing quickly, ls pure, wholesome and tho board to contlnuo Its activities pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50 correct the deficiencies of the silage in dry matter, protein, and mineral The men, and women and children, Mr. Redfield returned to Washington cents per bottde. Sold by Ohio Countonight from Now England and it ty Drug Company. m constituents. To Moses they did flock, bewas expected that conferences They cried aloud for water, tween the board and the railroad adBiwct Potato Crop Doubles Its Farm Anil Moses 8moto the rock. ' ministration representatives will be Value In Ton Yeai. CHORUS: Didn't old Pharaoh, &c resumed Monday, altho It was reIrish potatoes, as a commercial garded as probable that no final crop, have a rapidly growing rival in An(, the Lonl ,,ol0 to Moses. agreement could bo made effective weet potatoes. Within tho last 10 Frnln Slna.s 8mokInB top, until Director General Hlnes returnyears the farm value of the latter SaylnK( M,)5es, lead the people, ed from his Western trip. crop in this country has doubled and I 'TW " jl.i yo gt0p, jjjj j j,m Officials said today that before the Is second only In Irish potatoes CHORUS: now Didn't old Pharaoh, &c. controversy with the railroad adminIn commercial Importance. To istration arose", tho board not only growers who are not familiar had held conferences with many inwith the culture and storage of sweet dustries producing raw materials, but FOR FLETCHER'S ' potatoes, the United States Departsteps to also had taken vigorous r ment of Agriculture has recently pub-- i J bring about a reduction in the cost of lUhed Farmers' llulletln 999, "Sweet Potato Growing," which discusses the a couple of boys stood watching living. In this" connection It was subject from the preparation of tho'a fractous horse snort its disapproval said that tho board had been actlvo toll and growing of tho plants to 0f an approaching motor-ca-r. "What in urging a clearly defined adminisWhen travelling, harvesting, storugo and marketing of 'makes the horse do that when ho sees tration of tho wheat appropriation bill to the end that tho people could shopping, attending church the crpo. asked one. a motor-car?- " or theatre, don't forget to Sweet potatoes can bo grown under replied, "It's this way. purchase wheat products at a reasonThe other a wldo range of conditions for home' Horses is used to seo other horses able cost with the government taking have handy a box of tine, says tho bulletin, but when they'puU carts, and thoy don't know what the loss on the difference between the guarantee prico and the normal commercially, 'to think of carts .going along are to be produced consideration should be given 'out a horse. If you saw a pair of market price. to the necessity of suitable soil, walking down tho street Do you get up at night? Sanol is vorablo climate, accesslblo market, without a man in them you'd bo surely the best for all kidney or bladtransportation, and proper too." Argonaut. der troubles. Sanol gives relief In etorago. Storage is of great Im 24 hours form all backache and bladportance, for if the crop is improperly HOUSEHOLD HKLPS. der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed 1.00 a bottle at BOc and cured and stored It will decay rapidly remedy. 46-y- r the drus store. SiHer Polishing Cloths. and tho whole year's work will bo mm 1 pound of whiting and M Ulend lost. Hut it Is possible by improved A "cub" reporter on a New York gallon of gaso- methods to hold sweet potatoes for ounce of oleic and eevcral months at practically no loss. line. Soak soft flannel cloths of newspaper was sent to Paterson to This crop Is propagated by plants convenient size in this, dry some- - write the story of the murder of a that They will head-of- f pioduced by sprouting sweet potatoes where away from tho fire and store rich manufacturer by thieves. He or any other spread himself on tho details and Headache in warm sand. Potatoes from which in wuxed paper until wanted, naively concluded his account with the plants aro to be grown should Ache or Pain. 1)0 planted In early spring In hotbeds j For Soiled Gloves. this sentence: "Fortunately for tho SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Shave thin one square inch of any deceased, he had deposited all of his In the South, where no bottom heat ls necessary, cold frames may be used good, white soap Into a pint or mom money in the batik the day before, so MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Good plants are ncces- - of soft water, and warm slowly until he lost practically nothing but his mcco."sfuIly. ssary for a successful crop, for a big the soap is thoroughly dissolved. Put life." Grit. FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY cincuiT Judge COURT. W. Slack, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'lh. Attorney s , n. ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hnrtford. Otto C. AfnMcr Commlsoloiicr BKAVKR DAM. W. T. McKcnney. Clerk R. W. King, rollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. R. F. Slovens. Marshal Ch'm'n. Board 0 Mar- vol-um- o tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Koown, Hartford. lot Monday In March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. FORDSVILLE. r Ch'm'n. Board let 'Monday in let Monday 3d May 12 dayi Civil. In July 12 days 12 days 12 days ( W. II. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. 5 ta Com'th. and Civil. Monday In September Civil. Monday In November Com'th. and Civil. (; COUNTY COURT. Meets first Monday In each month. JudgeMack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankcnship. . Sheriff S. A. Ilratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Survcyoi- - C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Ilodgers. lf ul good-quali- ty well-blend- ld FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday in April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Sterena, Bearer Dam. Q. B. Brown, Simmons'. flnl District 4th District O. W. Howe, Center-tow- n. 3th District (Ith District d OFFICIAL SCHOOL CAI.KNDAlt. County Hoard of l'diiralion, E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. DufT, Fordsvllle.. Dlv. No. Ky. Div. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrowo Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslncw Ky. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beav er Dnm, Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center- town, Ky. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In. February; 1st Monday In April; lit Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In Octobor; Is? Monday In December. County Board of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, W. 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Consider tlio gallantry of Corp. John C Vllleplguo of South Carolina. On October 15, 1918, howas sent with two men to scout through tho of Machlno Runs r.pcncd. spitting dcalh, killing ono of JiIh men and wounding tho other. The corporal went on alone. Without any aid or support he pressed on COO yards In advance of his platoon, with chcll fire breaking over him and machlno Runners sniping at him. He mot (our Huns and klll'd all of them with n hand grenade. Ho pressed on 150 yards further, rushed n machlno gun neat and killed four and captured six lloches. Willi his prlsonors and two Hrht machine guns ho rejoined his command. Ho wus severely wounded In tho arm. Thcso were tho sort of men wo woro backing with our Liberty llond drives nnd our war work of 1918. How small tho efforts of the tho last line of dofonsc, seem when compared with tho things these men did. It Is to back up tho deeds of heroism that were dono by these and hundreds of other Americans that wo arc asked to float the Fifth Liberty Ixmn, tho Victory Loan of tho pros-cnIt Is our time to show that wo aro as willing and as patrlolotlc as thcso lads who gavo all they had to give In France There Is a citation of First LleuL Samuel Woodflll of Fort TLomas, ICy., that reads like a leaf from romance. It Is told in tho same torso, plain style as the other citations: Like Leaf From Romance. -While Lieut. Woodflll was leading his company ngalnst tho enemy at Canuel, France, Oct. 12, 1918, his lino canio under heavymachlno gun flro which threatened to hold up tho advance. Followed by two soldiers at 25 yards Uio officer went out ahead of his first lino toward a machlno gun nest Jind worked his way around Its flank while tho two soldiers remained In front. When he got within 10 yards of tho gun it ceased firing aud four of tho enemy appeared, three of whom wero shot by Lieut Woodflll. Tho fourth, an officer, rushed at IJeut. Woodflll who attempted to club tho officer wIUi the rlflo In his hand. After a hand-t- hand strugglo Lieut. Woodfill killed tho officer with his pistol. His company thorcupon continued to advance until shortly aftor-war- d another machine gun nest was encountered. Callng upon his men to follow Lieut. Woodflll rushed ahead of his line in tho face of a heavy fire from tho enemy, and when several of the enemy appeared abovo tho nost he shot them, capturing three other members of tho crew and silencing tho g:in. A few minutes later this officer, for the third time, demonstrated conspicuous daring by charging another machine gun position, killing flvo men In one machlno gun pit with Ills rlflo. Ho then drew his revolver aud started to jump into the pit when two other gunners, only a few yards away, turned their gun on him. Falling to kill them with his rovolvor, ho grabbed a pick lying nearby and killed them both. Inspired by his .exceptional courage his men pressed on to their objective under sevorc shell and machlno gun fire." It Is up to us to finish the job for which these men fought and died that tho Unltod States of America la cow calling on all patriotic nion and women to subscrlbo to tho "Victory Loan." And It was theso men who mado It Iho "Victory Loan." Had It not been for their sacrifices we would havo been facing a Fifth Liberty. Loan, and maybo a Sixth nnd a Seventh Loan. There would havo been no pcaco had not theso men fought their way through the along tho cibuw of tho Meuso rlvor, up through Choppy nnd Exer-monnd on to Grend Pie and thenco to Sedan, Montmody nnd Buzancy, hmnslilng tho norman Hindenburc find Krlemhllde StoTlung linos and tearing tho German gato from its hinges. Their Immediate Task. Sklnkors, Robbs, Tho Woodfllls, Vllloplgues, Hoberts and others of tho dcnihlossly valiant madu all this possible for us. "Abovo and Boyond Iho Call of Duty" was tho way thoso men eaw tho Immediate- task In front of them. If their lives wero required of them, thoy gavo their lives. If tho American peop'.e tacklo tho Job of raising the "Victory Loan" in the spirit that thcso men swam rivers under gun flro, rushed machine gun nests, and threw thomaelves upon the Loan will tho Hun barbod-wlro- , bo subscribed and vll-lag- o Vnux-AndlgnL o o, - Ono of tho most hopeful of all tho factors in tho business and Industrial outlook or tho United Slates Is the wldo distribution of Liberty Bonds among nil classes of peoplo. Thh makes for stability that will bo very vnluable In tho coming oars. It will also exert a profound influence In tho ImriKHllato r problems of after leadjuslnient. Just now when Industrial nnd finan You don't give, mo Mrs. Footlltes cial situations as affected by tho presents now llko you used to before chango of tho country from a war to we wero married. 1 peace basis are holding S very ImMr. Footlltos Now, look here, my portant place In the public mind, this dear, did you ever hoar tell of a flsh- -i factor Is biding thoughtfully regarded. fish. ho nan Ono reason for tho undoubtedly opti erman giving bait to tho Utlca Globe. mistic outlook Is tho fact that Liberty caught? Bonds aro so widely distributed among all classes. "No more shall I hear his footsteps The bondholder who owns Liberty on yonder walk as the clock strikes Issues has In his pospesulon securities eight." that represent the very best Invest"Gracious, Jeannette!" ment In tho worh. He knows this "And the old parlor light will nevand ho knows' that ho long as the Government stands his bonds will bo er burn low for him again." "You don't mean It?" worth exactly what they represent themselves to bo worth, principal and "I do. And furthermore, he will Interest, down to the Inst cent. nover sit on this sofa three nights a weok and call me pet names as he ""Bondholders Increased. ago a very small per- has been doing for the past two A few years centage of Americans wero bondhold- years.." ers. In fact, the element "I am astonished." was represented by only a few hunI am going to hum "And dred thousand peoplo out of our nil tho old love letters In jny chest citizens. It Is vastly different of drawers." 1 tho closo of tho Fourth Loan now. "B hut why? Aro you going to It was found that about 20 per cent discard him?" af tho population of tho United States i Why you goose, "Discard him! wero holders of Liberty Bonds. Despite the sales mado by tho hold- - I am going to marry him." ers who wero unable to retain their WHAT CHEVRONS .MEAN. bonds, it Is estimated that IS per cent ' of tho population still retains Its ' bonds, and Is planning to hold on to Stripes worn on the coat sleeves of thorn as long as possible. Theso own soldiers and sailors who aro returners , represent tho minions jwho qro ing homo Indlcato facts concerning .ntercsted hi sound prosperity, in their wearers which every civilian touiid and safe government, and thoy would find Interesting to be familiar iro backing the nation in all its enGold on the right arm means deavors to speedily bring tho Indus witn. that tho wearer has been wounded tries and general conditions back to overseas. Gold on the left arm, that ho normal. Every ono of theso bond holders he has seen six months' active service has a personal financial stake In tho in Europe. Silver on tho left arm future of tho American government, j denotes moro than six months' ser-vlIt brings Uio government near thorn ; at homo; bluo on the left arm ind gives nn added personal Interest overseas service, but less than six m Us progress. months. Red on tho left arm means To Buy All They Can. honorable discharge. Knowing tho securities to bo tho bondbest In tae world, mllions of MENDENHALL'K CHILL AND FEholders aro planning to buy all they VER TONIO CURED AFTER THE possibly can of tho Victory Loan and DOCTORS .MEDICINE FAILED they are making their Influence strongly folt, even In that class of The doc"Nocatee, Fla. loAmericans v;ho wero th o Fourth, tho Third, tho Second tor gavo up our baby boy to die of ind tho First This Is tending to fur malarial fever and bowel trouble. ther distribute the bonds moro thor- Mendenhnll's Chill Fever Tonic curoughly among the moro than 100,000,-30- 0 ed him in tho last stage after tho Americans. doctor's medicine failed. Praise the Tho French have often been called Lord for such a medicine; would to tho thriftiest people In- - the"" world. God that all mothers knew of its When they got together a few francs-theI can recommend the medimerits. straightway put theso into to all whom It may concern to bo TUo financial cine securities. was ever condition of tho French government the best medicine that remained amazingly sound through mado. Our babe was teething and four years of storm and stress, and had had bowel trouble nnd fever." ono of tho greatest reasons for this O. J. Tooko. The foregoing Is a samloundness was tho thrift of tho aver-- ple of unsolicited letters we receive ago Frenchmen, and his willingness, from grateful fathers and mothers. it all times, to buy government bondB.; Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Americans who aro watching tho sale of the last of tho great war loan Issues of tho United States will do. I well to toko a leaf from tho French-- ' man's book. " the-wa- The sheriff, Arthur Llle, has ap pointed a number of dog catchers nnd every part of tho county Is being visited In search of unlicensed dogs nnd dogs whoso owners are not observing tho law. Each posso has a wagon with nn enclosed body and whenever an unlicensed dog Is found ho Is taken Into custody, placed In this wagon and brought to the dog pound. Each wagon .load of dogs brought in results In many persons from the community where theso dogs are caught coming in and paying the license on the dogs not reported. The State has never been able to collect on over one thousand dogs in any year before. This year over three thousand dogs have been licensed and it Is estimated that there aro at least as many more unlicensed. The dog pest has become such a menace to sheep as to practically wlpo out tho Industry In this country. The officers think the rigid enforcement of tho dog law will result In of at least three the destruction fourth.) of them, and many farmers aro waiting until this Is done to stock their farms with sheep. Central City Argus. SEE US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards, BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &g., IN STOCK. t If You lo have something to SELL or ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE any-thing- r t HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. i bond-buyin- Hartford Printing Company t t INCORPORATED , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i c3 non-buyer- CASTOR A For Infants and Children FOREIGN BORN SUBSCRIBE Five Million In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Former In M30.0C0.CO0 Aliens Pledge Victory & Loan. Flvo million Americans of foreign birth, through their representatives In an "American all manifestation" meeting In tho city of Now York, Sunday, pledged their loyalty to tho United States government and adopted resolutions binding themselves to buy all tho Victory Loan Notos that they could afford and induce others to buy. Tho resolutions of the representatives of the 29 racial divisions and 42 nationalities pledged the obtaining of 1430,000,000 worth of tho Victory Loan securities, tho German division leading, all others in their pledges, agreeing to secure purchasers of 1250,000,000 of the total amount. Tho others divisions aro us follows: Hungarian, Russian, $15,000,000; Atrocious Pun. Councilor .Lamb, an old man when Lord Ersklno was In tho height of his reputation, was of u timid and nervous disposition, usually prefacing his pleadings with nu apology to that effect: nnd on ono occasion, when opposed lu porno ctuo to Ersklne, he happened to remark that ho felt himself growing moro nnd more timid us he grew older. "No wonder," replied the relentless barrister, "every ono knows tho older n lamb grows tho moro sheepish ho becomes." Treeless Australian Cities. Australia, with Its boundless scrub and bush haH many towns without n treo to protect It from tho glaring sun. This has been forcibly brought homo to tho Australian forces who hut guzed fn udmtratlon at the cndlesi avenues of England and Franco thut aro planted with trees, mainly ouks, elms nnd poplars. No village, however humble, seemed to bo without these avenues, which appealed so much to the "Aussles." Jugo-SIav$1,800,000;, (15.000,000; Belgian. J7.500.000; Syrian, 11,000,000;' $2,000,000; Portuguese, $600,000; Lithuanian, $40,000; Italian, $60,000,000; Polish, $75,000,-00Czccho-Slova$600,000; Finnish, $200,000, and Danish, $1,000,000. A cable was sent to President W1K THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN son assuring him of the pledges and IS A TIIANKSOIVING LOAN. UOV the unswerving loyalty of tho entiro THAT YOU ARE THANKFUL. citizenship of foreign birth. Latin-America- 0; MASTER. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. following described real estate sltuat-- ! be retained as additional security. ed In Ohio County .Kentucky, on tho Said bonds to bear interest at tho waters of Rough creek and bounded rate of G per cent per annum. Ohio Circuit Court. as follows: Beglnlng at a stone audj Given under my hand as CommisSarah J. Vineyard, Plaintiff, hickory stump on tho hank of rough sioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, this Vs. river, said stump being the stump of tho lGth day of April, 1919. Mlzella Dalze, et al., Defendants. treo called for In former deeds to OTTO C. MARTIN, Uy virtue of n judgment and order the land, known as the Spanglor, 42t3 this Commissioner. of pale of the Ohio Circuit Court, en- tract; thence due south 368 poles to M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. tered at its Mnrch term, 1919, In tho a willow and black oak on the north o- abovo styled action for tho purpose bank of Grassy creek; thence down of paying the claims .of the plaintiff, Grassy creek to Rough river; thence, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S" SALE. amounting to $22.45, the costs of up said river to the beglnlng. conOhio Circuit Court. this action nnd sale and the divis- taining 100 acres, more or less". S. H. Oglesby. etc., Plaintiffs. ion of the balance of the proceeds This land to bo sold subject to a Notlco of Sale. Vs; among the parties entitled thereto. Hen In the sum of $124.3S with inI will offer for sale at public outcry terest from Nov., 2Cth, 1917 In favor, Greek Aldus, "Defendant. Vy vlrturo of a Judgement and orto tho highest and best bidder, at of tho Infant, Byron V. Williams, and the Court House door, In Hartford, a Hen in tho sum of $124.3S, with In- der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky, on Monday, tho 5th day terest from Nov., 26th. 1917, in favor entered at its March term, 1919, In tho above styled action, for the purof May, 1919 ,at the hour of ono of the infant, Loubelle Williams. pose of paying tho costs ot this aco'clock P. M., upon a credit of six be required to tion, together with The purchaser will the costs ot this and twelve month, the following de execute his bonds Immediately after, scribed real estate, situated In Ohio gal w,m securlty approved by the sde and a distribution ot the balance of the proceeds among tho parties encounty. Kentucky, on the waters of i .,i Muddy creek, and bounded as fol- - nn, bearlng Interest at 6 per cent per titled thereto, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best lows- Being the same owned and annum and a on w,u bo reta,ned the court house door, held by . H. Stewart, his grantors ,he ,nnd soW as ad,UUoal seCurIty bidder at Kentucky, on Monday In tho . ,,am, aa Comms. Hartford, and his successors for moro than Glven undor 5th day of May, 1919, at one o'clock; forty years by paying taxes on samn ,, ot tL Cnlo Cl,cult Court u,3 P. M , on a credit of six and twolyo and actually residing on same and t, 1(Uh d , of A m9 the following described months, t;tu.llllll, iiu.iaccoiuii ui imw iv ..... OTTO (" MARTIN, real estate In Ohio county, Ken boundary, which 2t3 defined and marked Commissioner tucky: holding was adverse to thy world top, IJarnea and SmIth Attya ' One houso and lot in Centertown, more than forty years next to and m Ky., and bounded as follows: Bebefore the 20th day of January, 1902.1 say that ginning at John T. Rone's east oor-ne- r; "Will it be all right to and since has been so owned aud thenco south about 82 feet; held by his widow and heirs at law France took President Wilson to hor thence west about 120 feet; thenco is bounded and described as fol- - bosom?" north with tho McKinney lino to 1("t,8: "Say, rather, to her Brest." Baltl- - John T .Rone's lino about 32 tcot; Beglnning at tho mouth of a American. thence with Rone's line to the bebranch on the south side of Muddy ginning. creek, corner with Jack Miller, and The purchaser will bo required to running thence southeastern!' course MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. execute his bonds, with approved se with said Minor s una to ins corner curity immediately after the sale with Henry Her, from thenco an Ohio Circuit Court. as easterly course with Her to one of Robert Kennedy, Admr., etc., Pl'ff and a Hon will be retained to adSaid bonds bear ditional security. Vs. Notice of Sale. iters corners; rrom inonce norm Interest at the rato of 6 per cent per with Iler's lino to another ot n,s Laura Kennedy, etc., Defts. annum. v virtue of a ludement nnd order corners: thence easterly with an- Given under my hand as Commisothor said Iler's lines to another ono r sain of tho Ohio Circuit Court, en Circuit ot his corners; thence his southornly tered at Its March term, 1919, lu sioner of the OhioApril, Court, thU 1919. course to Iler's corner with Jama- - tho abovo styled action for tho pur-gi- the 16th day ot OTTO C. MARTIN, ot thenco with Jarnngln's lino to pose 0 paying the Indebtedness Commission r 42t3 his corner with J. C. Leach, and from the estate of Thomas Kennedy, John T. Rone, Attorney. with J. C. Leach's line to his ceased, tho costs of this action and corner to Muddy creek; thence to tho the costs of this sale, and n dlstrlbu-Mudd- y creek to tho beginning, con- - tion of tho balance of tho proceeds A RARE BARGAIN. tainlng 130 acres, moro or less. among tho heirs ot tho said Thomas A Combination of LeadTho purchaser will bo required to Kennedy, deceased, I will offer for oxecute bond Immediately after salo gai0 at public outcry to the highest ing Periodicals that may be with security to bo accepted by tho and best bidder at tho Court Houso on Read with Pleasure and Commissioners, payauio in six anu j00r. lu Hartford, Kentucky, twelve months and a Hen will bo jtonday, tho 5th day of May, 1913, security retained as additional at one o'clock P. M., on a credit of profit by .every Member of Given under my hand as Commls- - gX nn,i twelve months, the follow-slonCourt, mg described real esotwto In Ohio your Family. of tho Ohio Circuit county, and hounded as follows: this tho 16th day of April, 1919, HERE IS OUR OFFER: OTTO C. MARTIN, Beginning at a corner of grantor's Commissioner. In L. M. 4213 Simpson's lino ami The Hartford Republican, Woodward & Kirk, Taylor and jiunsaker's nno, running west with Farm and Fireside, poles to a stakeAttornoys, Glenn, Simpson's lino 131 In Pond Run crook; then S. 49 polos Woman's World, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, to two black oaks; thonce east 131 poles to white oak; thenco north 49 Cincinnati Weekly En(poles to tho beglnuing, containing 40 Ohio Circuit Court, and being a por- - quirer, ALL FOUR ONE 'acres moro or less, Harvo Condlt, ot al., Plaintiffs. tion of land convoyed to J. M. Mef- Vs; Notice of Salo Iford. by F. L. Felix, Master Com- - YEAR ONLY $2.30. Ex Parte, Defendants. Circuit Court, By vlrturo of a Judgement and or- - mlssloner of Prices are still advancing and der of salo'of tho Ohio Circuit Court, by deed dated Nov. 24th, 1908, deed in Commissioners ind we cannot guarantee this entored at its March term, 1919, lu recorded tho above styled action, for the book, II. page 180, Ohio County BETTER distrlbu- - Court Clerk's otllco. and conveyed to offer veiy long. nmi f n 0ni mi.ni... tion of tho proceeds, after the Thomas M. Konnedy, by Hubert Mot- - TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW payments ot all costs Including tho ford nnd wife on tho 8th any or M.i. ,.f tMu unin. I will offer AukusL 1910. deed of record In deed and save the difference. Ad- for sale nt nubile outcry to the book 38. page 372, Ohio Couuty kuhu.i or,, i i, oat hiii.lur nt tho Cnnrt Ponrt Clerk's olllce. J UIUS3, Tho purchaser will be required to House door, In the town of Hartford. Hartford Republican, Kentucky, on Monday the Cth duy of execute his bonds, with security to be May, 1919, at one o'ciock r. m., on a opproveu uy mo bummiwuuDi Hartford, Ky. ' credit of six aud twelve mouths, the mediately after sale and a Hen will ' r....,iI,i.,. i. .,i.,na I J ""e n; er oV. - the-Ohi- o ar $, gjgq , np y "T. be373S K . 1 1 ; Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler In STRAY STREAKS (Ily Fluko McFluko.) Sulphur Spring, wcro terday. Acton, of town yes- WANTED There comes times when there ln't . a streak to ho struck, though wo County Attorney A. D. Kirk at strike this way and that, and. In spite Highway of all wc can do we are stricken with tended the Ulver Itouto meeting at Henderson, yesterday. failure. Mr. John A. Goodmnn, of Klkton, Todd county, candidate for tho Demo-cratl- e nomination for Clerk of tho court of Appeals, was In Hnrtford yesterday. Mr. Goodman Is a gen- pleaolng and tleman of modest appearance, and made a good im- 'presslon on tho people he met He Is n nephow of Mr J, Mrs. Thomas cinie near Iittliif, here. John get clear away, before she came I. Goudman, foreman of the Herald down and took him In tow this last office. time, but I feel "moren sartin" that the good Lady is equal to the task, notici: STOCKMKX. 'cause I can seo a mnrked change In The Heaver nam Breeders Assohis conduct .since she came, anil I ciation, having purchased of George hereby extend congratulations for the Sowders, Mountain Hoy, a black Jack, splendid work with the Old Man. eligible to register. Alo a registered jjark, nnd n registered Percheron We wish to pause just here, long stallion, of Fisher & Walker, of Hv- enriugh to remind I'ncle Tonini Heau nnsvlllo, Indiana. We aro now and Hen Taj lor, that there's onlj 01 to serve you, at our barn, in now and Jul the Heaver nam, Ky, We will be glad more days fust to have you call and Inspect these animals before breeding elsewhere Just about the time everything gets For description see ported bills n good condition for. fishing the HKAVKK HAM HRRi:i)KUS ASS'N water warm, clear and nice, yes and 4019 Ily Chns W Mullikln. Sec tho signs Just exnetly at the rluht points, up comes another downpour 01 rain nml muddles things nil up again; thus the fisherman's 1r- un of Jo ous life, fo pleasure in descrlbable, in luring the war l. from his watery lair into your hn net. is squashed, squelshed .iiid smeared up again. Citizens of this town held a meet-Iii- r a day or so hack and unanimously decided to ask the Cumberland Telephone people to move their tnnnnger, HnrrK to anothei placo, or else re quire him to jnit n muffler on hU .vatch when he cranks It up. I pro-pared Hohert Qulsonborry Ml. and Vitiulo Hurt, both of Olnton, word 11..1' rleil here ystTdny Murvsing'wear! MuN SiNG Live Poultry! WILL BE AT WE A R BEAVER DAM r Wednesday and Thursday JaJV- - April 30th, and May 1st -- tlt AND AT- - ROCKPORT Friday , May 2nd. WILL PAY FOR A combination of quality, comfort and economv in uncierwcar. i lie best makers knit it, the best informed people wear it, the best stores sell it. All customers who have once tried Munsingwear with one accord say: "Give me the Munsing Union Suit every time." They use them for the little tots, and all the way up, including grandpa. We ve got some nice cool Summer Munsing- wear all ready for you to put on. I spi-lng Ily-hec- k. EveryFarmer An nsurancc an 9 Hens 29c Roosters 16c Get rid of your surplus fowls afternoon to como home ami work m thn garden, lie went at G:ii8. Miss Tlnsloy tolo me who was a goin' tj keep htm at homo Tuesday morula' Enduring Tuesday mid I said amen. night it rained, and when Tins en mo. to tho ulfico the noxt mornln' the first thing ho said was "Ood bless the man Miss Tinsloy who Invented rain. say.s slio often wished Williurn lined Korkin' In the garden like ho does Gshiu. getting implements and We alawys will believe that hardware that we did in were there when the come m home, help inesage stuff was sent It 1918 and for that reason wc looks to us a right smart like suggest that you buy early whole dumed business was concocted land thought out, very carefully W. and insure yourself against had a whole lot we aimed to Hartford, Kyr being without when the lime about"the muttor, but by the time wo bad shoved a garden plow, ho wed comes to use them. and planted until dark, we didn't It doesn't cost any more to aaMEfami feel much like conversation stuff, so we not s bought twen'y thousand sham yet, have far. montloned it to our wife buy early, you have the as .BEADS ODDLY STRUNG so ol the oil Co ' pny Mock surance that the tools will be i Mr Wavy Glvein has bought a (Uy. I. 1). Claire.) Wade IJale had the gall to ask at your service when you o new Auto, ( it w.u nav several years : me. down at his place the other day Bat Null is teunln' to his big grape i'SO.I ITT we nave a Mr Archie Miller, of Heaver Dam, if a lazy man over had spring fever, neeu uiem. arbor mighty close since mo and Tins Efficient Service I agreed to furnish the sugar, and long ws In town, Sunday. sdt how in th tin dor do you expect kinds of Fnrminrr Tirmlo-'- o about the old August election time Mr. Clifford Maddo:: spent several me to know.' and then asked him if an Industrious party had It Mr. ments, Lime and Fertilizer! . "wo nir goin' to make a big lot of days in Louisville la.st grape juice. Mr. and Mrs Eldridge Hrown at Haize joined in and says, jou'r ford- Sowers, Wagons, Buggies, it Exceptional tended the funeral of 11m. Rhoilen ing away jour time asking W.ulo tnat question. Ranges, Harness, Hardware for Hip benefit of my friends vh; Swain, at Cool Springs, Saturday. of may be plannln' to give me a toback-e- r Mr. Clay Ciinmel visited his sihtor, and Farmers Supplies on oi.r Conservative Manafirement KOSINK. idiou er on my birthday, I modestly Mrs. Suda Dunn, lust week Mr. Harry Criimes is at home from mention tho date as the third of Messrs Byron and Carlio Smith and sample floor. Come in and over .sea. May. families, of Wysox. visited their Miss Nelia .Alford has opened a look them over. A square father, Mr. Logan Smith, Saturday school here for the little folks. Tinsley's wifo called him Monday and Sunday, The Holy Holler meeting Is having deal at our store. then,-caller- while these prices prevail. Poul try must be free of feed. One thing that gets our nannj g od and stout is to have our wife ..id worn noun to tne oriico hy thn ur four different men along abo.it A o'clock, P M , to come home at n alid help her a little bit in plnniiiu' soine garden stun", and then when w grt there, find our aforesaid wife on tho front poarch entertaining thrtv or four neighbor women. s We are experienceing the difficulties with reference to A perfect fit and the proper style and weight for every one. Prices no greater than for the kind that do not fit and wear well. I th.-- I T. W. WALLACE 1 arson (& Co, t X j j .i 1 II- - 1 wel-k- er . Mr Charlio Smith's' daughter has a severe case grandof pneu- Saturday. monia. Mr. Arthur Wilson, of Harrisburg, III., is visiting relatives here. Messrs. Lum Hudson and Granon Capt. Krnest Gray, who has seen i a large attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lense aro the proud parents of a little girl. Mr Lon James and family arrived here last night. They will movo Into the house vacatod by Mr. J. It. Albin. Mr. James is going into business hero. J. D. Williams & Sons Bea.ver Dam, Ky. Cumberland I'liono. To these three features we borvico In Franco, has received a thlr- ty day furlough and is visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura Hurt rrzzrrrrrrrrr: i attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to Mrs. Lola F. Hustham, of Somerset, i I've kn invert a lot of travoliu' sales- stttto commander of the Lady Mactu-- i men, but .Otto Martin is tho fivU beoa. is in town to visit tho lovi travoliu' lawyer I ever knowert. Ot-tis gono nhout five rtujs and out of tho week, 'ceptln lJAI'TIST MISSION IIOAHI) NOTIC1J fK when circuit court is a goin on. Tho District Mission Hoard of tho Whon Tins gits tho'fishln' fever Ohio County HaptUt AiHoclatiou will ill ore is nothin' huvrud to him. Ho moot at Hartford, Tuwday April 29, is ovon plannln' to desecrate my 101U. at 10 A. M. All monibor.s uro requested to be birthday, Saturday weak, by spendlu' piOblltlt. It ut the mouth of Grassy. ItUSSULL WALKIHl, Chairman Tho liumblMt of un always hasj kuiutitliing to bo tliunkful for. I'm Mr and M rs. Deway JVtud, of balu' tliunkful that I don't have no Owwiisboro. wero hero llatuiday and to work In thin bummer. pinion Suiuluy, visiting Mr. Ward's mother, Muck Fogle Is on the Dodge durln' Mlv l:" '"trae. circuit court, and ho nearly always 11AI.1) KNOK. hni iomobody on tho Dodgo with' him, too, j I Tho farmers aro vory busy piant- Attor stuyln' with mo nearly n Ing corn and fixing tobacco ground Hrothor Urowulng hllcd hlb ro;u inqnth tho Missus said sho didn't bo- ilevo nemo of them tales Tins has lar appointmout at this place, outur-beo- n tollln' on mo nnd that sho'd go dt'iy night and Sunday, Mr. und Mr.i. RLii Smith ur I ho back to Loulsvillo feelln' perfectly, safn about my rigidly upright con . prou l parents of a big boy, clirlhti ed, (jii'i'n. duct. Uro. t, I. Kelly, Mount Pleasant s McllHNItr. old pastor, from Uulonvillo, Teiinos- 'bee, was at Mount Pleasant, Moudny Mr. A. 0. Ohlini was In lleavor Dam iiiijut. lectuiing on tho groat Million i Dollar Camp.il-- ; last week on business. Mr. Oonrgo Growbarger left Sun-- p Mr. T. L. 'i.ijlor, who has boon day for Dolcarbon, Colo., whoro ho very ill with '.'uoat troubi able hopes to regain his health, which was to ho out at;vu Tery much Impaired as a result of Mrs J. M. Sandofur Is visiting her Ho dauahtor, Mr tho flu and doublo pneumonia. Tripp Tayloi. o three-quarters i I.--, i rU make our bank your bank. i IJ high-clas- H! HB THE UNIVERSAL CAR 1 ! s in apThe Ford Sedan is pearance and appointments. The seats are restful, and deeply upholstered with cloth of high quality. Large doors give convenient entrance on either side; plate glass windows make it a closed car for inclement weather, and give fresh air when open. With high quality in appearance and equipment there is the simple and safe control in driving. A woman's car a family car for every day in the year. Ford Sedan, $775 f. o. b. Detroit. t t I t BANK OF HA RTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. Now While this Shipment Lasts We Will Fill all Orders for World Wai At tho prices given below Do Histories with your order. suro you mull us this advortiboment No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. The World's Greatest War Pershing's Crusaders The Allies Victorious 25c 5fjc E. P. BARNES & BRO. Eeaver Dam, Ky. If you order all throo at ono tlmo wo will give you absolutely fron mm copy of tho Kaiser's Last Will. ' Thoso books aro nil different nud aro comploto with Illustrations and authentic maps made by exports that know what thoy wore about Wo ship all books prepaid and with tho understanding that we will uu uuu un uiuin.7 u juu um uoi more Hum satl8lled. Agents wanted. Write us. ii-iui- 75c HHttHnHHinWHHJHHMl THE UNITED SALES AGENCY. OWEN8UOUO, KKNTUOKY. i y