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Jtortfxrtfl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ftejwtMtam Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919. ltI No. 44 BOWLING GREEN AND OWENSBORO ROAD PLAN V & n OK PEACH LAST dismissed. Mr. Drooks returned to hiOAD I'.UII.DERS MEET A. N. Fulton vs I. C. R. R. Co., NOW NEAIUNG END AT TIIK COUNT HOUSH camp Monday. continued to 10th day ot May term. Elijah Martin, of Olaton, and NelSECOND WEEK. .DAMAGES FOR DEATH lie Foreman, of Narrows, were marTho stage Is rapidly bolng set for An Interesting road meeting was 7tli Day April tiH. 's ried by Rev. Joseph Acton, at the Monday tho final phase of tho peace negotiaheld at tho court house J. T. Vinson & Son rs Beaver Dam realdenco Sunday. Mr. Martin night. Call for the meeting was not tions. Yesterday's plenary session Coal Co., dismissed. Is 39 and Miss Foreman 2S years of sent out until 4:00 o'clock In the af- of the Peace Conference stamped its C. D. Robinson dnughter Foreman was Of Mae Eastern, Killed In ago.Mr. Miss D. Foreman, a afarmer, of ternoon, but a good crowd turned approval on the covenant of the Co., continued to rs McHenry Coal 8th day of May K. of Gerout. The purpose of the meeting League of Nations, while y Auto Wreck Last Narrows. This Is Mr. Martin's fourth was to discuss ways and means for many's plenlpotentarles are expected term. Flnley Carter, ditch case, continuTho editor building Ohio county's section of tho to arrive at Versailles to Join tho venturo In matrimony. August of this paper wroto Mr. Martin's first Owensboro and Bowling Green feder- members of tho mission already ed to 9th day of May term. 8th Day April mnrrlage license, twenty years ago, al post road. there. Some points in the peaco R. B. Easton admr. Barnes and signed his marriage bond at 'his by treaty to be presented the Germans Tho meeting was organized A verdict for $1000 was rendered Brothers, Judgement for plaintiff, recent marriage. electing Judge John B. Wilson chair- are as yet unsettled, but it is conIn circuit court heru Wednesday Ham Collins and Annlo Wright man, llowan Holbrook sidered that the clauses Involved will $4000. ngalnst Barnes llrohtcrs. of Heaver W. E. Porter rs Evansrllle & B. G. (col.) wore married at Hockport, and Otto Martin secretary. Another shortly be ready for incorporation !n Dam, In a suit of tlio administrator Tuesday. Sam Is 32 and Annlo 27. meeting was held at tho court house tho document, so that tho completed Pncket Co., continued to Sth day May of Mae Easton, deceased, against First trial of each in tho matrimonial last night, but too late for report In treaty will be ready for tho enomy torm. Bald dofendonts, on nccount of G. W. Campfield r3 same, same orlottery. tills issue. Othor meetings will bo delegates by the week's end. of the- deceased by n car beder. 11. L. Johnson 23, Centcrtown, and hQ,(, from t,mc to Umo bo,h ,n Hnrt. was not represented at tho Italy longing to Dames Hrothers, In an W. L. Allen rs Jake Sharer, set Boy d 21, Ccntortown,- - weroford and ,n the pr,nclpal towns ot tho plennry session yesterday, but dis- forward to Sth day May term. nutomobllo wreck, on tlio Heaver iKatlo married at tho homo of tho bride, county through which the highway patches from Rome Indicate tho probTarn pike, In August of last year. nth Day April 30. yesterday. ability that her delegates will re will pass. At tlio time of tlio accident Alls Virgil Craddock vs Wm. G. J. II. Hlnes and LUHe Marlah Love, A great deal ot enthusiasm was turn to Paris after a brief period. Piston was riding in n car, driven & C, dismissed. Echols, were married manifested at the meeting Monday The Italian Parllment will meet toboth ly Durrls .Martin. Tlio Harnes c?r, colored,county of I. N. Lanham vs L. & N. R. R. Co., clerk's office, Wednes- - nicht. and confidence was freclv ex- - day, and It Is expected that Premier at tho driven by Carlisle Oldham, it was al- day. Enquire Quint Brown per- presseu that the road wollld 1)e buIUi Orlnndo will at once appear and lay continued. leged, was on tlio wrong side of tho J. W. Smith vs L. & N. R. R. Co.,, J. H. was a Tllo tntnI nst nf th. rnn( .,lrn..h before lt the situation which aroso formed the ceremony road, which accounted for tho col- widower by the event of death and continued. the county will bo about $200,000, at Paris when President Wilson made lision. Miss Easton's denth was J. C. DoWltt vs Emma Hedden Lllllo Marlah was widowed by a only forty per cent, or $80,000 will his public statement relative to caused by a broken wind shield cut- Judgement Basham, on trial. of court. have to be paid by the county, tho Flume and Dalmatian coast. ting a Jugular vein. Action by the Parllment which will remainder being paid by tho nation This Is the first Judgement ever McIIENRY. FRUIT AND CHOI'S. and state. Much of the county's bo, in effect, a mandate to the Orlanawarded In an Ohio county court part of tho expense of tho road will do Ministry, will be requested, there for death or Injury duo to automobile Several from hero attended court Tho damage to fruit from tho have to bo paid for by private sub- - being an effort to secure a unanimous accident, and It was In fact the first ot last week is difficult to cs- - JBcrlptl0II and lt ,3 i,eieVed the towns vote on the resolution demanding in Hartford Monday. frosts nerlnus accident to occur In the counMr. George Murphy and wife, who . .. timato Jut yet. according to county aIonc tho rol)0SC(, that Italy's claim on the eastern ownB ty hare been risiting Mr. Murphy's agent Browder. Pears and some of te w,n frcolv contrlbllte tho mon. coast of the Adriatic coast be recogTho public will sympathize with brother, Just back from France, retho smaller fruits are almdst entire-e- y Tno rout0 from Hartford t0 nized. If this is done it is probable both the family of tho deceased and ly ruined. Grape buds were generally Cromwo wllI foIIow tho road ow that Premier Orlando and his col turned home tho defendonts In tho suit. Harnes Mr. Will Cox has bought another killed, but the vines will send out establlshedf ,,ut lt l3 nol yet deter-ne- w leagues will Immediately reappear at Hrothers were In no woy personally horse. shoots and some grapes will re- - Jncd whelhor apl,roach Paris. responsible for tho accident, how over Hill, of near Centertown, Mr. suit. Tobacco plants whore not r,ver at noran.g or Annla. fer. Advices from Home state that the llnblo tho law may hold them for tho died at his home, Monday. tected by canvas were killed, but r. Contrlinltlons ot lalld ownors on view of the situation action of their agent. It mny be practically Tho farmers around hero are busy, all beds were under can- - that gecUon wl detcrmlno that part there is that Italy has not definitely Justly said that the blame for the ras. Tho extent of the damage to nf pniltB 0n ecoiint ot in,iianns. withdrawn from the Peace Confer- planting corn this week. whole matter rests upon the heads Swain, of Cool Mrs. Bernyce the applo and peach crops Is Uon o ,and owners a,onB tho route ence, but has merely suspended par of the public for Its failure to enforce jlioth uncertain, nut neavy tiropping iaiorfrom Bc,a tQ Pleasant Ridgei t0 con. ticipation. 'If tho vote of tho Italian Springs, is visiting relatives here this tho law governing drivers of auto- In tho season is expected. Irish week. the rlght of wa). and other Parllment Is favorable to tho position mobiles. It appears from the eviMr. Calvin Craddock was In Echols tatocs will grow out again, but tho asslstanco it j3 I)rohablo the post road taken by Premier Orlando it Is probadence In this casu that tho driver of branch too heavily and tho,,.,,, ,)0 tHgUed uy way ot Heflin ble that tho diplomatic battle will be Monday. vines will neither car was conforming to the crop will yield less because of the , Nuckols along resumed in Paris. Land owners law A few prosocutions for minor damage. Deans and some other gar-- 1 LOUISVILLK MARKETS. tho ,attcr montioncd route 0f(el.( not There Is apparently no thought for offenses might hao presented the den vegntables are killed outright on,y t( furnsh the rIght ot wa,.t uut tho present at least, to annex Flumo major one Cattle Export steers $1516; mid many of thoso not killed will (0 contrIbuto ?20i000 toward blliid. to Italy by Parliinentary action', !t Tor tho public's information we heavy shipping, $14 15; medium, liavc their yield seriously effected. ,ng ,ho roa(, Ueport of the progreM being planned to demand action on r peat In substance a part of Judge 5130)14; light. $10.5013; fat heif-or- s, Wheat seems to hate stood the freozo of these meetings wiU bo reported tho part of the conference. Slack's Instruction to tho.Jury, in $S.5014; fat cows, $10$13; without material damage. In somo from woafc ,0 wee,. unt flnal ar Fiumo, The National Council at to tho law governing the drivers Instance young clover shows tho of- - rangomcnta for constructing the high-fe- d ho worst, has, according to reoort, medium, $7 10; cutters, $G7; of nutomobllos. bulls, $7.50 11; feeders, $9 13; of tho freeze, but Mr. Browder Iranded over all the powers ot the stockers, $7.50 11.50; lie said it was tho duty of tho driv- thinks tho daniago will not bo notica- - way ap(J C0Iupietc(1 choice milk B state and municipality to a repre- cows, er to hao his machlno under control bio Fanners aro lato with their $100 125; medium, $75 fordsvilli: teachers. Italy there. sentative of applicable (especially to making 100; common, $5575. spring work, and very little corn Is sharp turns in tho road and when planted. Stock Hi fine condition, ex- -j Calves Best veals, $11.50 12; The school board of tho Fordsvillo CONVENTION CALL UKotlng or passing other machines,) medium, $6.50 10; common, $5 rept distemper Is reported in somo graded school district has elected tho to give notico of his approach, to have $6.50.' sections of the county, among horses faculty for the. ensuing year, except Pursuant to tho call of the Repubkept a lookout ahead for vehicles on Hogs 165 pounds and up $20.25; It Is said to, ho most prevalent in the assistant in the High School work, lican State Central Committee, the tho highway, to opurato at reasonable where farmers Tho teachers elected are. Superln-hav- o Republican sot Ohio county, Kentuc- 120 to 1G5 pounds $19; pigs, 120 communities those speed, to reasonably have turned recently bought western horses tendent, Prof. Warren Peyton; 7th ky, are hereby called to meot in Mass down, $17; throwouts, 5 IS. 25 down. his machine to tho right sido of Sheep Best sheep, 14; $13 and Sth grades, J. W. O'Dell; 5th and Convention in tho Court House at tho road and to have reduced his IOIHO COUNTY'S I1ll Cth grades, Stanley Murphey; 3rd Hartford, Saturday, May 10, 1910 bucks.. $11 down; clipped stock, $2 speed to not moro than fifteen miles ASSESSMENT FOR TAXES and 4th grades, Hortense Morrison; and $3 less; best fall lambs, $16 at 1 o'clock, for the purpose ot elpc'-in- g IS; best spring lambs, $18 20. an hour. Ho said it was the duty of 1st and 2nd grades, Myrtle Armendt; delegates and alternato delegate tho drher to give warning with a Produce Country butter 30 35c OHlcial certification ot Ohio coun- to represent said county in the State Eggs candled, 37 proaching the top of tho hill or at ty's assessment ot property for tax- - MW,C Emma Johnson 39c. mm Republican convention to bo held ut horn, boll or other device when ap-n- able purposes, for the present year, HAHTKOHO WOODMEN Poultry Hens, 28 30; medium Lexington, Ky., May 14th, 1913 point where he could not see the has been transmitted' to the Local and small spring chickens, 27 36c; REDUCE INIATORY FEE This April 23, 1919. road In front of him for a distance Authorities, tho summary of which geese, 15 20c. ED BARRASS. of 300 feet. prom this date, until July first. Is as follows: m Chin. Republican Co. Com. OWENSBORO TOBACCO Total assessed value of Hvo stock, next, Hartford Camp No. 202, W. O. mm TICK EAGLE'S CLAW. MARKET UP A LITTLE $ 1,565,190. v., will receive petitions with an ini- RECENT LAND SALES. aii omur property assesaeu, 97, - atory feo of S2.00 Instead of SB.mO. It is nlwnys a painful task to" have 34G.654, The local tobacco market yesteras heretofore charged. This $2.00 With the approach of the crop day recorerod from to severely crlticlso n fellow memthe slump stock, feo pays tor tho medical examination Les3 exemptions on lire season land sales hare fallen off ma- which has been on for a few days, ber of our craft, but wo must rise to $933,210. and certificate fee, and covers all terially, as our transcript ot recent due probably to tho good season. tho defouso ot an ancient and honorTotal assessed value of llvo stock, charges for complete initiation. sales shows. Tho eagle's claw Is $1,505,190. able friend Thore were 37,375 pounds of Pryor James II. Miller to W. L. and Bes- sold yesterday for $5,702.82, at an merciful compared to an inoxcusablo REPUBLICAN TICKET. Less exemptions from llvo stock, sie Taylor, two tracts on North Pan- average ot $15.25. This average is and irreparable oxposuro of our $631,9S0. His crime friend, by editor Oreep. considerably higher than those which to taxation, subject The Louisville Courier Journal and ther creek, $3000. Llvo stock nothing Dula and Dan King to Raymond hae been prevailing for tho past in less than peaching $933,210. ITlraes Wednesday carried a forecast upon uncle Alex; undo Alox who eats weok, and a much larger amount of All othor property assessed, $9,- - of the Republican stato ticket, which. Phillips, lot In Hartford, $500. right across tho table from editor 34d,C54. thoy declared was finally and torover! Estll Shields to N. H. Keown, lot tobacco was disposed of. Thore woro Groop, undo Alex, who hauls tho 2,775 pounds of Hurley sold for Total assessment, subject to taxa- - settled. Howovor, It Is but fair to ro-- J In Cromwell, $G0O. Frank" Carondor to C. H. Brown, $355.84 at an average ot $12. S2. editor to and fro on his preaching tlon, $10,279,S04. mind thoso Journals that a conven-- j acres on Rough rlror, $2000. and courting tours; undo Alex who, In tho Eastern division the Lanlax on live stocKfiji iuc, 5yjj.ii uiou ai Lexington, una mier a siaio 45 J. F. Cooper to Isom Royal, lot in caster sold 15,510 pounds ot Pryor for like himself, needs a helpmeet and IC. tholr predictions. 40c, $37,- - primary, must O. Tax on other property comforter. Whnt If uncle Alex does 3SG.G2. $2,084.28, at an average ot $15.14 The ticket as made up by theso Dcm- - Fordsrllle, $550, J. A. Ralph to J. L. Ralph, 40 acres Tho Daviess County house bold tnko a vacation, and go auto-ridin- g Total tax duo the stato, $38,319.83 ocratlc prophets gives all ot Kontuc in tho boductlvo twilight hours, and pounds for $297.99, at an aver-ag- o Intangible personal propert,$684, - 'ky west of Louisville bul a Blnglo on South Panther crook, $200. It. E. Taylor to J. L. and J. H. what ot it if tho sap of romanco rises 012. of $13.33 The Equity Home Green, and it Is our candidate, Prof. k anew in tho man passing through Manufacturing machinery, $29, - 'guoss, from personal interviews with Ralph, 37 acres on South Panther disposed of 1,455 pounds for $233.-7- 0, life's mid tllo watch? What of it? 730. which made an average of $15.37. Prof. Greon, thut he will not bo a can- - creek, $700. P. H. Alford to Maggio Batzo, lot Thoro aro somo things too sacred to In the Westom dlrtslon the OwAgrlculturnl Implements, $199,580. dldato. The ticket forecast follows: bo paraded in tlio columns ot a newsensboro led with a salo of 15,945 Governor Edwin P. Morrow, Som- - In Horso Branch, $G50. Raw Matorlal ut plant. $2,200. M. A. Calrnea to V. M. Render, pounds of dark tobacco that brought paper; somo things that only an Total exempt from Local taxation crset. enemy would daro to mention nbovo $915,522. an arepago ot $17.51. For this tho Ballard, lot in Rockport, $750, Thruston a whlapor, and undo Alex's twilight amount ot $2,795.99 was paid out. Total amount subject to County Louisville. ou tnx, $9,304,342. IN CIRCUIT COURT. rides is ouo of them. Shame Field Bros, sold 2,230 pounds of tho Auditor John J. Craig, Covington. you, Grcop, to thus attempt to tear, samo type at an average ot $13.49. Treasurer Jame3 Wallace, Irvln, At 50c, tho county rato, $40,821.-7- 1. Tho approach of tho close of the For this the growers received $300.-8- 6. with cruel hands, uncle Alex's play Attorney General S. S. Willis, Ash-lausecond week ot tho spoclal term ot liouso down. Tho Electric bouse had no sale o TO DOG OWNERS. Secretary of State John M. Perkins, circuit court finds a number ot im- yesterday. portant cases disposed ot. Soreral Dog ownors who havo not taken Frankfort. In the Eastorn division the LanRECENT WEDDINGS. out license tags should beware. The Commissioner ot Agriculture W. C. cases hare been tried that cousumed caster will open sale3 this morning, two and three days, au .- - It has with the Equity following and John Brooks and Eula Chancellor, stato tax commission is demanding ot Hanna, Sholbyvllle. Superintendent Public Instruction been a dofendonts court except In Daviess County closing." both of Dundee, wore married at tho tho sheriff that ho kill all dogs that tho caso of Easton rs Barnes. The In the Western division the Field court house Saturday afternoon, Rev. have not been tagged, and will take It. P. Green, Bowling Greon. regular Mn turin will op.m Monday. Bros., will open, with the Electric folMr. action against tho sheriff it ho does Walker officiating. Russell 5th Day April 23. A tiro years old child of Ida Taylowing and Owensboro closing. If tho law BrookB was recently discharged from not perform the duty. mm J. C. Klrchortor rs A. fcD. Kirn, is an unjust ono clmrge lt to tho legis lor, colored, was accldently shot by tho military service, but has LOST. In New lature that enacted t, but you have n.inHi.1. noi,(i Millil Tiinsiluv ntnrn. continued. He has been stationed betweeu Ono $50 Liberty Bond, Frank Black sr., V3 Security Life lng. The ball from a .22 rifle peu- f Jorsoy and will return to that point no Just criticism against the sheriff Is 32 and his who must perforin the office ot en etratod the fleshy part ot the child's Ins., Co., continued to 1st day July Contertown and Hartford. Liberal ro. J., within a tew days. Ie term. ward lt returned to Farmers Bank at wito 18 years old. Wo understand forcing it or himself pay a heavy side, but tho wound is not S A. Reynolds 3 Render Conl Co. Centertown. 44tt sarlly dangorous. for not doing so. wedding followed a three days tho lal-terto-da- Discussed At Big Meeting At Beaver Dam Last Saturday Tho most important good roada meeting ever held In the county met at Beaver Dam, Saturday. The meeting had been called for the purpoco of discussing plans for building a national post road from Owensboro to Bowling Green, by way ot Hartford, Beaver Dam, Cromwell and Morgan-tow- n. originated The project in Hartford and Judge Cook ;al!ej tho fiscal of'Iclalv, of Davie..". Ohio, IU-l- or aif. Warrcu to meet i: Beaver Dan Saturday. The response to the call was' ready and, enthusiastic. County Judge Drake, of Warren county was present, ana said only five miles of Warren's part of tho proposod road remained to be built, and that his county was ready to complete its part of the road at onco. Judge Wells, county attorney, BIrkhead, county engineer, Spurrier and commissioners Rlney, Horn and Wilson, of Daviess, were on hands with a proposition to meet Ohio county, not only at the selected point ot the proposed road, but at any other road it cared to build. Butler county was present with more than fifty citizens, Including Judge Haynes, Nat Howard, Rolla Keown, editor Rives, of the Green River Republican, bankers Car3on and Doolin, and they wero "rarin" to build tho road. A temporary organization wa3 ef fected by electing Judge Mack Cook chairman and tho editors present 2. 3 , n the-hillin- Mc-Ad- to-da- y. pro-Gre- cn Itw, somi-ofTlci- al , secretaries. Speeches were delivered by Judgo attorney BIrkhead and county road engineer Spurrier, of Daviess county, by Judge Haynes anil Nat Howard, of Butler county, and by Judge Cook and county attorney Kirk, of Ohio county. When tho meeting closed It was apparent that the building of the road was assured prorlded Ohio county built ilb part. Daviess and Warren hare their sections practically completed, Butler was thero with responsible bankers to guarantee tho building ot tho highway through Butler, and county attorney Kirk told the representatives of the sister counties to be of good cheer; that Ohio would connect the link. A permanent organization was effected, the members of which are tho active members ot the fiscal courts ot the four counties at interest. W51U, county m ro-gi- rd TEN PUPILS GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOLS Superintendent Howard has forwarded to the stato superintendent Gilbert, certificates ot qualification for the graduation of ten pupils of Ohio county High schools. Tho graduates, with their ages and grades are: Forth, vil to. Joseph Carr Ray, age 20, grade, four year average, 89. Olive Loyd, age IS, grade, tour year average, 79. Garnet May Young, IS, grade, four year average, 90. Amby Peckonpaugh 18, grade, tour year "arerage, SO. Irene O'Dell 18, grade, four year arerage, 86. Olgu Whlttlnghlll .'7, grade, tour I I 2,-2- 35 j ear arerage, 76. 18, gi-ji- li. Itomer Dam. Walter Casebior, ago four year arerage, 87. Elln B'llr Austin 19, grade, four J I average, S2. 18, grade. Anna Lou Hazolrigg four year average, 95. Carrie Park 18, grade, four year average, S7. AN OLD RESIDENTER. yar d. k J neces-penalt- y In 1887 Mr. Bob Brown, a farmer .living a fow miles bolow town, on tho river, discovered a rusty looking old terrapin, and while resting his team cut I1I3 iniatlals and the dato on the shell ot tho land mollusk. A few days ago Mr. Brown plowed up a terrapin, and remembering that ho had once since seen tho old '87 examined its shell and found the iniatlals and dato as plain as lt was when he whittled lt there thirty two years ago. Mr. Browns' experience indicates that terrapins, Ilka men, get rooted to the spot. ro.il-dont- er, -- sWafe". . ms r " hssb v a CALL, DONALD M. (10275) 2nd Lieutenant, (then Corporal) Co. B, Bn. Tank Corps. conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above beyond the call of duty in action with the near Varennes, France, 26 September, 1918. enemy FOR During an operation ag'aimt enemy machine-gu- n nests west of Varennes, Lieutenant Call, then corporal, was in a tank with an officer when half of the turret was knocked off by a direct artillery hit. Choked by gas from the high explosive shell, he left the tank and took cover in a shell hole thirty Seeing that the officer did not follow, yards away. and thinking that he might be alive, Corporal Call and returned to the tank under intense machine-guofficer over a mile under shell fire and carried the machine-guand sniper fire to safety.' n n Home Address: Larchmont Manor, Mr. Edward P. Call, Father, N. Y. Donald Call wears a Decoration as one of America's Immortals. Wear your Decoration your Victory Liberty Loan Button and see that it represents your full and absolute limit. Victory Liberty Loan Committee This space contributed by THE BANK OF HARTFORD NEW FACTORS WILL BE HEARD IN ELECTIONS each of tho stuff, Tho test was A. Itosowntcr, liy Charles ducted WHO WAS WON OVKIl? The League to Knforco Pcaco has Nai ruo ,,cnui" "Tho opposition to tho Icnguo of seniles which wuro K'" irm to tho fortunate ten, wore tho largest nations has been reduced to a point kind over used In saloons, mid each contained moro beer than ono can buy now for loss tlmn n quarter. Tho tenters drank tho seldlcs during the course of nn nniple dinner, and at tho conclusion of tho test each claimed that tho beer hadn't affected him In the lunHt. Tho men wero examined by Dr. Uosowutor, who expressed tho opinion that tho 2.75 boor was not Intoxicating, at least as far as these ton men worn concerned. I)oi(loH tho examination by tho physician thoro wero othor tests to determine If tho ten men beenmo Intoxicated. Their coirWsatlon was listened to and found to bo no more foolish than usual and then they were made to walk along n crack In the floor, which they did Successfully, Then each man was asked to mako a speech, and when each of them refused It was accepted proof positive that nobody was oven the least w- - , put forth tho following: where tho success of tho proposal Is no longer seriously questioned, proponents of the mensuro declared today. Ono of tho strongest members of tho group of senators who opposed the orlglnnl draft, Senator Cummins of Iowa, has been won ovor to tho support of tho loaguo." This Is about ns disingenuous and decoptlvo a statement of tho caso ns could bo mado. Tho Inforenno Intended is that the darkened Intelligence of tho opposition "has been nnd "won ovor" to tho lenguo Idea. Of course, nothing of tho sort has takon place. To begin with ,tho "opposition" except for a small minority, was not opposition to a league of nations, but opposition to tho particular covenant for a loaguo of nntlons which Mr. Wilson adopted from its British drafstmen and put ui to tho American people with a virtual ultimatum against amendment. The opposition to that covenant has not been reduced or altered. It Is the covenant that has been altered. To say that Senator Cummins, who mado one of the most effcctlvo assaults upon the original draft, has been won over is n plain falsification, it is tho Paris conference, especially Mr. Wilson, that has been won over to the main objections of tho Twelve Million Women And Three Million Vets To Vote. "Washington, April 2 I. As tho soldiers rfturn In creator numbers tho political gossip centering around tho coming presidential contest, turns; in groat emphasis, toward a soldier Tho recent statement Ittfuod by (illioord I'lnchot. as r representative of the Progressive clement, contains a niunbor of proscribed presi dents! possibilities which, he thinks, will not be acceptable to the Mlildlo West .mil the Progressives. This statement emphasized that General Leonard Wood would muet npproval of tho Progressive element, ns he fully represented tho policies' and views of Col. Roosevelt. Tho dlscussln stimulated by this statement and tho coming convention according to well wishers of Gen. Wood, has spread tho Wood boom of the American Legion In St. Louis, wnderfully nnd mado him ono of the contenders fr tho Republican nomination. Strange to say, in this dis1 cussion, Gen. Pershing's name has not been mentioned with any persistency, hut Washington Is expecting Frank M. Hitchcock to return from Europe shortly nnd launch n Pershing boom. New KIcnirnlM Knter. In the next presidential election thcro will be several now elements that have not entered into such a campaign Kully in recent years. 12,500,000 women, representing 2C States will be untitled to cast their ballots, nml in eleven of these States women receive the privilege of voting fur President for the first time. It is estimated that fully 2,500,000 returned soldiers will be home to par-tlc- lr in tho 1920 election. political 'In (In opinion of e lender the bulk of this vote will bcast tin cr stimulus of nn organized effort directed by the women and the xolditr organizations, and, therefore, th- prediction Is made that the sol diers and women will have an Important influence on the conventions and in the Mi'jsequent election. So far, with President Wilson out of the country, aspirants for the Democratic nomination have not appeared with any such degree of seriousness ns in the Republican ranks. Former Speaker Clark recently announced that he was willing to be a candidate and only last week a came .from Ohio that friends of Secretary of War, linker are seeking some of the delegates from Ohio, where Gov. Cox has begun a determined fight for the Democratic deleold-timrt r j .11 1 MAJAP I 111 mteiwiil handtomm t" ' ' 1 can-(llda- tr. mkMIMm1 liil yiHlH ' lift 'ii ill 1 ISiwf 1 Copyright ::: bit drunk. Do You ICnJoy Life? A man in good physical condition Mi- Tttttlni Tnnnwrf fr. pound and half humtdorBand pound - i ffffv USSSSlIB thai c!ai$yt practical pound try$tat ta$ humidor with sponge moilnr top that kttpt the tobacco in sucn tin IflHrJHmi fll!: !: USWUflMffU ifMn I'. i l ' H ,il hi nt lllllllllllllllililllllllllilaBHHHB. llllllllllllllffllTlllllllllMlliliiHEl UH 1M K. J. krynM.it r TebaccaCi. mi pcrcct condicton. Mui(i,if.d'uii.n',Mwnii'i,JVJiufn'A'.nA'; jpjj.t,;viWxi certain to enjoy life, while tho bilious and dyspeptic are despondent, do nut enjoy their meals and fool miserable a good share of tho time. This ill feeling Is nearly Is almost Jjljj PUT fmmnm gates v The belief is held by many that former Secretary McAdoo will nct personally seek delegates although his friends will send a number of delegate!) to the convention for him. When ou nave Backaclio tho liver or kidneys aro suro to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, It does wondors for the liver, kidneys and bladder A trial GOc nt the drug store bottle will convince you. Get it 4C-yr TKSTKI) TIIK STHKNGTII of xkw li.Tn v. c. t That 2.75 per cent bcor which tho brewers arc now making and with which they hope to get out from the prohibition amendment, had its first tryout In a Newark restau-ralast night, says tho New York Times, when ten men drank ten sidels tin-d- or nt S.THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. Black River Falls, Wis. -- "As Lydin E. Pinkbom's Vegetablo Compound eaveu me irom an operation, I cannot Bay enough in pruiso of it. I suffered from organic troublesand HH; . my Eiue nun me so 1 could hardly be up from my bed, and I was unable to do my housework. I hud the best doctors in Eau Cluiro and they Qr wonted mo to have-noperation, but Lvdia E. l'inkhnm's Vegetable Compound cured me bo I did not need tho operation, undl nm telling-W7 my friends' about it -- Mrs. A. Binzer, lilack River Falls, Wis. It is just such experiences us thnt of Mrs. Hinzer that has made this famous root nnd herb remedy u household word from ocean to ocean. Any weman who suffers from inflammation, ulceration, displacements, backache, nervousness, irregularitiesor "the bluer. ' shouUl not rest until shehss given it a trial, 'nd for special udvico wnto Lydm h. Tinlibum Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Hl $ - always unnecessary. A few doses of jRiZidmi (K SSilwast-it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up than you ever before collected ! P. A.'s built to tho stomach, Improve the digestion and regulate the bowels is all, that Is It does not matter In the long run fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands 1 It has the m which side was won over so long as needed. Try It. jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran we keep America's fingers out of the against ! Lady I want a pair of shoes for machinery of continental Imperialist Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want politics. Rut it does matter from this little boy. thing you do next. And, put to find out the double-quicke- st Clerk Yes, certainly; cr French the viewpoint of justico and Imkid? mediate political Judgement could smoke P. A. for hours without it down how you that Lady No sir, he Is my own son, what has happened shall not bo obtongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process s. and born at Brixton. scured and that credit shall go where cuts out bite and parch. It Is due. It Is not Mr. Wilson, who Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy-pipwanted the Paris covenant adopted or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to without amendment, or Mr. Taft and I Mr. Lowell and others, who would beat the cards ! Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so For Infants and Children have accepted without amendment good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke! rather than In Use For Over Years amendment inrefused, who offorced Its N. C R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salethe Interest America Always and thus made it possible for us at the Signature least to consider its adoption in the amended form. It was Republican senators who signed tho resolution George You look sweet enough to against adoption without amendment, kiss. facing the abuse of blind Wilson parGeorgette Yes! that's the way 1 tisans and of pacifists througho'ut tho intended to Cartoon's Maga- - country. Uy replying to Mr. Wilson's ultimatum with an ultimatum of their 10 YKAItS AGO own, these senators forced the changes in tho Paris covenant which lllood l'oKon Was Conquered Ity Old have removed most of the dangerous Doetor'.s Prescription. features and hence naturally, in tho same degree, removed opposition, 40 years ago "Number 40 For The Wo ought not to forget their names lllood" conquered many cases of spe- They are: cific blood poison in its worst forms, Mall Delaware which havo not returned. This dis- Rrandegee, . . . . . . Coiineticut ease is manifested by mucous patches, Rorah, Idaho " cupper colored spots, aching bones, Calder, ? r--(W . . . . Now York ulcers or running sores, falling hair, Cummings, . . . .Iowa glandular swellings, pimples on tho Curtis Kansas face, constipation and a form of dys- Dillingham, . . Vermont. pepsia. Your health Is important, Edge . . .New Jersey insist .on "Number 40, put up In Elkins .West Virginia a blue carton bearing tho signature Fall . .Now Mexic of J. C. Mendcnhnll, 40 years n drug-glu- t, Fornald, Maine Kvansvllle, lnd. S) g -- ""Sjici. . . . .Maryland 'IS5 i-France rS i Sold by Ohio County Drug Compa- Frelinghuysen, . .Now Jersoy ny, Incorporated. Gronna North' Dakota Hnle Maine A Methodist centenary speaker at Johnson, California i v Ohio state university began an ad- Harding! :. Ohio dress to tho students tho other morn Koyes , . .New Hampshire i ing in this way: "Now, I'm not go- Knox, .' .Pennsylvania i ing to talk vory long, but If, you get Lonroot Wisconsin In awakening public appreciation to the economical value of say In your heads, Lodge, .' what I'm going to . . . .Massachusetts you'll havo tho whole thing In a nut- McCormlck the automobile in general, the 600,000 Overlands now in use .' Illinois shell." McClean have played an important part. Model 90 is a car of such Conuetlcut And ho looked surprised when a Moses, New Hampshire attractive appearance and sterling performance that owners unin- Now roar of laughter followed his Indiana tentional slam. Columbus Dispatch. Nowborry everywhere praise its economy and practical value. It has, Michigan Page, Vermont power in abundance and luxurious comfort that make staunch Cause of Headache. Penrose Pennsylvania friends. Public approval thus won and expressed is your cafo Ity knowing tho cause, a disease Phlpps '. Colorado may often ho avoided. This Is par- Polndexter guide in selecting a car. Now is die time for a Model SO.. .Washington ticularly truo of headache. Tho Sherman, Illinois most common causa of headaeho Is a Smoot, , Utah disordered stomach or constipation, Spencer Missouri which may bo corrcctod by taking n Sterling, South Dakota fow doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. Soiitherland West Virginia Try it. Many others havo obtained Townscnd Michigan permanent relief by taking those Wadsworth, Now York OtciIidJ Model 90 FiYt Taitciiccr Tourlcf Cr J98Jj J. ab.TcJ:Jo " Tablets. They aro easy to tako and Warren Wyoming Come to our store m Watson mild and gentlo in effect. Indiana Resides theso Republican senators XKGIIO JiYNOIIKI) W11K.V certain Democrats braved tho charge TRIAL IS POSTPOXK1) of party disloyalty for tho sake of our country's Interest namely; Sen"I used to think you wero not a AT TIIK ItAltlSKH'S. TAFFY. Forost City, Ark., April 23. Sam ators Reed (Mo.), Thomas (Colo.), man of your word, Jones, but I've Mcintyro, a negro, was taken from Shields (Tonn.), Goro (Okla.), King Harbor You are very bald. What changed my mind." tho county Jail by ti masked mob last (Utah), Myors (Mont.), and ChamRev. Shields filled his regular ap"Ah, you understand ine now, pointment hero, Saturday do you think was tho cause of It? night and hanged to a telophono pole. berlain (Oro.) and SunMr. Uald-Joh- n Mcintyro was charged with having I'm not suro, but Brown. Hut what caused you to day and delivered a seraoa at JJar? Opposition to tho Paris covenant change your mind?" mufdored n negro fanner ou Febru- ns originally drawn has not been won I havo a strong suspicion that my nctts Creek, Sunday afternoon. , ,"' "You remember that 10 you borary 4 last. Mr. aud Airs. Gilbert Lee Jolley, of. over, but as a result of the public hair falling out had something to do rowed from me?" Mayfleld, attended church here, Sun' If is said tho lynching was tho re discussion sluco its publication tho with it. Country Gentleman. "Yes." sult of Indignation ovor tho fact that covenant scorns to havo been materiday and dined with her sister, Aire. "You said if I lent it to you you ilra D. Funk. Mclntyro's lawyers recently obtained ally amended and clarified and, what Catarrh Cannot Be Cured would be indebted to mo forever." a postponment of his trial. Mies Posy Funk Is visiting in Owis still moro Important to America, With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they "Yes." cannot reach the scat ot tho disease. ensboro. tho American peoplo havo been Catarrh Is a local disease, rreatly In"Well, you arc keeping your word Surgeons agree that in cases of Soveral young peoplo attended tfct brought to think about what their fluenced by constitutional conditions, and Pearson's Weekly. Cuts, Hums, nrulses nnd Wounds tho entrance Into a league In order to euro it you must take an like a man." egg hunt, at Clyde Funk's, Sunday. with Eurupo internal remedy. Halt's Catarrh Medio First Trontmont is most Important. may mean to them and their children. cine is taken internally and acts thru Mr. Alva Kirk and wife weut to Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) tho blood on the mucous surfaces ot tho Wlion an efficient antiseptic is ap Wo havo been saved by tho couragesystem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was sallow complexion, are Hartford Sunday afternoon. flatulence plied promptly, thoro Is no danger .of ous Mr. Vasco llalrd and wife vUlto critics of tho covenant from go- prescribed by one o( the best physicians infection nnd tho wound begins to ing into tho European junglo blind- In thUof country for years. It la com- symptoms of a torpid liver. No ono hero, Sunday. posed some of tho best tonics known, can feel well while tho liver is inachonl nt onco. For uso on inun on folded. combined with soma of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of tive. Hurblno is a powerful liver boast, liorozouo Is tho Ideal Antisep . iho Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces such wonderful stimulant. A dose or two will cause tic and Healing Agent. Ruy it now results In catarrhal conditions. Bend for all bilious symptoms to disappear. and bo ready for an emorgency. Price testimonials, free FOR FLETCHER'S V. J. CHENEY & CO.. rrops., Toledo. O. Try it. FOR FLETCHER'S i'rleo 60c. Sold by Ohio 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50, Sold by All DrURglsts, 75c. m County Drug Co,, Incorporated. m Hull's family rills for constipation. i Ohio County Drug Co. iBIiH Tit-lilt- e CASTOR 30 A m, Z&&?M&fc -- ....... .... Lit & M i 1 111 'Public Opinion" m m m Hartford Motor Co. KENTUCKY HARTFORD, wmmmwmmwmmmmmwmkmmmmmmmi - Children Ory CASTO R A Ch.il clr en Ory CASTORIA (The ' Hartford Republican nAJiTFor.n pkixting company Incorporated I'uMMicd Weekly by trial court of one Judge from each of the principal allied nations. About the only certain thing about tho Kaiser's trial Is that ho will never bo tried before any sort of International court. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS hon a battle in which It had been angnged wns ended. One article of Wilson's League of Editor JOHN IlEXRV THOMAS TINSLCV, Associate Editor Nations binds the American mother W. S. ,o send her son to the remote corners nnd Iltidiicss Manager. oi the earth to fight and die In tho of disputes of unknown Entered According to law nt the settlement Hartford, Ky., as mall peoples, nnd more than ten million Tostofflce, American mothers are voters now. natter of tbo second class. We'll hear from them In 1920. to Address nil communications We nre not commissioned to preach The Hartford Republican. but we are led to mention that tho scriptural inujnetion to train your NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. children up in tho way they should Subscribers desiring the paper sent old they will to n new address must Give tho old go nnd when they nre not depart from it, is tho philosophy, address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c which, if religiously followed, would )er line, and Cc per line for addition- Insure the future Justice nnd tran- al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards inlllty of the world. of Thanks, Be per line, money in advance. A text of the Leaguo of Nations, as Church Notices for services free, agreed upon by the delegates, has hut other advertisements, Be per line. boon published. It is too long for Anonymous communications will publication In these columns, and wo receive no attention. confess to an Inability to write n brief synopsis of the document, and TELEPHONES. we seriously doubt if any member of 123 Cumberland 50 runners Mutual the commission could do so in n manner that would make himself understood by the average reader. MAY MURAY Mr. W. W. Urowder, after four years of useful service as county Sidney Williams has arrived In farm demonstrator for this county, 1 will leave today or tomorrow lor a Now York. fow days stay with his relatives In Mrs. A. W. Lognn left Wcdncdn Lcgan county, after which he will go morning for Louisville, Ky, to Montgomery, Ala., where he will locate. It mny bo truly said of Mr Mrs. Nora Wedding Hill Is visiting llrowdor thnt every one who know him horo will sincerely regret his her mother, Mrs. S. J. Wedding. leaving tho county, nnd nil Join this Miss Harris is visiting her pnpor in wishing him a happy nnd prosperous career In his now location. brothor, Mr. W. W. Harris and m l New Exchange Telephone Rates Effective May 1, 1919 A new schedule of telephone exchange rates be- Mrs. .1. A. Bennett Is visiting her llEAYKIl DAM. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce I. S. 'Mason a candidate for Representative of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party at tho primary election August 2, 1919 We are authorized to announce George Brfker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for the nomination for State Senator in the 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, subject to the action of the Republican oarty at the primary election, August 2. 1919. Tho Owensboro Messenger docs Judge Slack entirely too much honor in crediting him with presiding over a meeting here, at which Judge Carroll delivered a speech in the interest at his candidacy for tho Democratic for governor. Judge nomination Slack was presiding over tho circuit court, nnd only extended Judge Carroll the courtesy of briefly addressing the circuit court crowd. general Burleson's controversy with the Postal Telegraph Company may be the occasion of his retirement from the cabinet. Perhaps no member of the president's cabinet, in the whole history of tho government, has been so thoioughly incompetent to rightly perform the duties of his office, as presiBurleson. Charles J. Post, dent of the Publishers' Advisory Board, thus briefly summarizes Burleson's incompetency: "Whether the postal service is good or bad is not a matter of argument or of Mr. Bur leson's personal opinion. The pub- lic knows from its own experience, suffered day by day, from tho camps in France to the commerce of Frisco, and is evidenced by the Impartial investigations and the resolutions of tho most reliable business organizations of the country." It appears now that postmaster to announce We are authorized Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg County, as a candidate for the nonii-nnti.tor State Senator in the th . ui Senatorial district, compoed of J!e-pub- Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg counii ties, subject to the action of the an Party at the primary election to be held August 2nd., 191J The Kentucky School Text Rook Commission needs an embalmer. For the first time in the history of Hhis country there is a vacancy in the presidency. daughter and family, Mrs. Fleetwood Mrs. Alnoy Cusebler, daughter nnd Ward, of Nocrook. grandson, of Louisville, Ky , are visiting Mrs. Cnsobier's parents, Mr, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Kcown spent Mrs. Ellis Chnpmnn. tho week end with Mrs. Gllmore Mrs. John Stevens Is very 111, at Kcown, in Louisville. her homo, near horo. Mr. Frank Iloeker, of Owensboro, Tho i.aoics Host Room Is proving Is In town. Tho smnll son of Mr. Chnrlle Stewa convenience to Indies nttomllug court. Miss Cllfllo Felix Is In charge art wns fatally injured Monday when of the roum, nnd gives polito ami he wns kicked by n horse. Tho Engine room of the ncavcr courteous attention to her visitors. Dam Planing Mill was destroyed by Rough River Lodge, No. 110, K of flro Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Taylor, of De P., will confer the Rank of Page on a good class of candidates nt It's con- troit, Michigan, nre the guests of vocation, Tuesday evening, Mny fith. relatives, hero. Misses Isnbello Feathorton nnd Ao- The ltniik of Knights will nlso be con- ferrod. J. C. Her, C. C, Is urging ilia Lnmpkln, of Arlington, Ky., nre every Knight in reach, to attend. the guests of Miss Featherton's sis- ter, Mrs. E. E. Tartar and Mr. Tartar Floyd Potts was hero yesterday tr Install a creamery test for the Kenm'KEiintsT. tucky Creameries Company. Louis There will be a prayer service nt Riley, local mangacr for this company will open a local market for Concord, Saturday night. cream, and the farm wives will find Miss Myrtle Carter spent the week It mora profitable to sell cream than end nt Hnrtford, the guest of .Miss to make It into butter. Ernestine Ralph. Miss Hazel Jones, of Indianapolis, Noatlcy Jones, son of Mr. George Intl., Is visiting friends and relatives, Jon'S, of the "Washington neighbor-noo- near here and nt Hartford. Mr. J. 1). Miller has purchased a had the misfortune, Sunday night, to have the horse he had boon now car. driving, break loose from its hitching Mrs. Willie Hardin has received a j up to the neighlx ill m letter from her brother, Corp. Alvuh I post, wander of H.'iytl, where 11 went over an em- Wade, who is in Franco, stating that bankment, turning tho buggy up- he Is well and expects to return home about tho latter part of the summer. side down with considerable daiu.i his Mr. Rosal Park is visiting to both horse nnd buggy home, near hero, ho having reccntl) Arthur Shields, of Cromwell, has returned from France. Tho hcuy frost here last week did been discharged from the military service, and arrived home last week much damns to gardens and fruit A great many of the friends and The Ladles' Aid, of Washington neighbors of the young soldier as- - church, gave a pie supper, Wednesday sembled at the home of his fnthPr, night, for the benefit of tho church. Mr. S. J. Shields, Sunday and a good dinner, given In his "Pa, what is phonetic spelling?" honor. Mr. Shields saw servieo In "It's a way of .spelling that 1 often France, and at ono time wns one of got whipped for when 1 was our only eight members of his company ago." Pearson's Weekly. d, 1 ed came effective in Hartford, Beaver Dam, Rockport and Centertown, May 1 by direction of the Operating Board of the United States Telegraph and Telephone Administration, acting under the order of the Postmaster General of the United' States. As you know, all of the lines and property of this company are in the possession, control and are being operated, by the United States Government under the direction of the Postmaster General of the United At a meeting at Beaver Dam SatSome recent Jury findings in the Ohio circuit court indicate that many urday, when fiscal representatives of Daviess, Ohio, Butler and Warren unsuitable suits are brought. counties discussed the project for Politeness is the best investment building a federal post road from in the world. Liberty bonds, or even Owensboro to Bowling Green, it be Standard Oil stock, does not approach came at once apparent that the road would be built if Ohio county suppli it in the matter of dividends. ed her part of the link. This road With one nation already with- would put Ohio county on tho map drawn from the pence conference the of cood roads counties and would! prospect for a league of nations to add many thousands of dollars to the keep the peace looks none too It value of Ohio county property. will require money to build the road and our people must supply the monThe good roads spirit is developing ey. It is not a gift, but an investrapidly in Ohio county. Many voters ment. The road can bo built only If who voted against the road tax only a our business men and farmers along fow weeks ago now say they would the route wIM take hold of the envote for It If presented again. terprise and push It. A few men can not build It. It will require all It does not require a political hands and tho cook. Tho spirit of economist to predict there is a long enterprise of our citizens Is now on pofiod of hard times ahead. A thirty trial as It was never tried before. billion dollar debt can not be paid The federal and state governments without the country feeling It. will put up sixty per cent of tho cost Are our people willing to build an cards is important post road nt the trifling The stack of high-pricgoing to take a big tumble before expense of forty cents to tho dollar? many more moons. There is no Just We should bo sorry indeed if they excuse for prices now prevailing, and will neglect such a golden artificial prices once broken will come down in a heap. Mr. W. F. Grant, of Boyd county, Postmaster Genoral Burleson now was In Hartford tho first of tho week, recommends that tho telegraph and to look after some property Interest telephone lines bo returned to their of his ward, a Miss Maddox. Twelve-year- s owners, but ho offers no explanation ago Mr. Grant took tho 10 years of why he took them from their own- old daughter of Lonnle Maddox, of ers. Ho is simply surrendering un- Mclionry, from tho State Children's der fire. homo, and tho girl, now a woman, still livos with him. An Owensboro bar keeper, weary of answering Inquisitive people about TTLH IT.V, PASS TIMB AM) what he was going to do after tho AMCSKMKXT, FOP, FRIDAY first of July placarded this sign, AND SATURDAY ONLY. I am going to do "Never mind what X alter the first of July; what ore you 100 pounds Oyster shell $1.39. going to do?" 100 pounds Baby Chick feed $4.99. 100 pounds Hen Fe'ed $4.39. The Loulsvlllo Times says, "Under 100 pounds cane Sugar from 1 to o Mr. Burleson tho telegraph and 2 o'clock Saturday only $9.99. lines wero subject to ns Ignor$1.00 Broom 89c. ant and dangerous a rule as that x 10 pounds Coffee $1.99. which has demoralized the postal 3 cans 20c Peas 49c. And yet Wilson allows tho service." 3 cans 20c Kraut 39c. blunderer to hold on. 3 cans lGc Hominy 29c. 10 rolls 8c toilet paper COc. Tho flwal court will bo urged to 1 gallon best paint $2.S9. Wo again submit the twenty cent road tax to be voted on nt the Augimt guarantee tho puiut to ploage. 1 Lgallon Dnzey Churn. $5.00 while primary. The vote could be taken n t the primary election without in- thoy last. One ITS. 00 Monarch range $C9.99 curring any especial expense to tbe One tSS.OO Simmons range $19.90 taxpayers. Let us try It again. One barrel llet flour $18.49. U Agalr we are told the One Ma Pare kQg lard $1T.4Q. t be put oa trial tor bringing on tsve Prteea cask and f. . k. tae store. lLErVg CtnOCERY. war. The latest plan la to form the ?$ t : e States. The new rates are necessary in order that additional revenue may be secured by the government to meet the increased operating expenses. The causes which make greater telephone revenue necessary are due to the new conditions and the new price levels introduced by the war and are entirely beyond the control of the United States Telegraph and Telephone Administration or of the Telephone Company. More than two years ago the Company foresaw that the telephone system would be operated at a loss unless the rates could be adjusted to meet the increasing costs of all elements entering into the production of service. A similar rate adjustment would have been unavoidable under private control and the new rate schedule is practically the same we would have sought in 191 S if the government had not taken possession of our property. auiuuii uy inu rusiuuisiur uuiicrai, ine owners of the telephone system do not benefit in any way from rate changes. Practically all of the increased t operating expenses which require this additional rev- J .enue are due to increased wages paid to employes to uiem tu inuut uie new conditions 01 me m the present day. It is neither practicable nor desirable to reduce wages, and so far as wages are concerned we believe that portion of the increased operating expenses to be permanent. The new rate schedule is fair and reasonable and the percentage of increased revenue which it will produce is much lower than the increased cost of other services and commodities of a similar character. Complete detailed information about the new rates may be obtained at the manager's office. We are making every effort to change our records promptly, and your courteous consideration will be appreciated. la .-- V I X t t t t SOM ETHING NEW Comes Almost Every Day To Our Rea-dy-to-Wear e TELEPHONE and TELEGRAPH COMPANY (incorporated.) CUMBERLAND Department. IHIIfffTi ir 'li'TIM'" rfULm jgnB. j F".- - i, : You will find a splendid assortment of Suits, Cloaks, Capes and Dolmans. Also a great variety of Dresses, Waists and Skirts, and the price range is t sufficient to match your purse. UBBER ROOFING The Kind That Lasts. Samples and prices furnished upon request. We can furnish you what you Of course you will need a New Hat, and a pair of New Oxfords and some New Hosiery. We have everything you need. It is so convenient to trade with a store that keeps everything you need. And the Price. One and the same price to everybody. We make the price right, and neither give nor take. Ev- ery dollar has an equal value here, no matter from Drop in any time it's con- whose pocket it comes. venient. We will be glad to have you get acquainted and to show you what this store means to you. I want. Just write us a few lines and prices and samples will come to you by first mail. We can make quick shipment. tele-phon- I e Barnes Beaver Dam, Ky. , Bro. i Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. :g3nTTT?ra'Tg'o W E. ELLIS & BRO., have plenty 4214 Clean Up Week! paaujaavBaaagQ aasrararay-afaj f of Hmq for ealc. Mr. Mrs. Kills Foster and ton spent the with relatives In Beaver ' Dain. week-en- d nnd Mrs. Homncy Acton, of In towfc Sulphur Springs, were Miss Etta Holder will go to today to spend a week with MABJy TCORMATCD t lrv I I VcUAnAHTEEl 1 itrHnrrwNKAtitfTTTB m oivutVMmitr vtu I( ' AKT-RHGS THEY'RE good-looking. lomu JJ I new, they're different, nnd even though they're unusually durable and We have sold a great many to the housewives about town nnd have yet to hear a complaint about tbem. Congolcum Gold-Searc fast supplanting nil other types of medium-pricerugs now on the market. They're washable, nnd positively sanitary. Lie Hat without fastening. Come in today and Ic us tell you about Mem and snow you some of the very handsome patterns which we have al Art-Rug- VULCAN Chilled turning nnd Ncv Cround Plows Mr. Luther Brown and daughter, W R. J LLIS & BRO. Miss Ola, of Rockprn, were In town Wednesday. Miss Eura McKInney, of Heaver Dam, li tho guest of Miss Maurlnc Dr. Willis Lyons, of Louisville, will Martin. come down today to spend a few days in Hartford. See tho picture that you will novcr forgot "MICKEY" Ideal Theater Dcerlng and McCormlck Mowing May 3rd. Mnchlne repairs. 44tl W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Warren Poylon, Principal of . MICKEY" . v lyilUKliY' pictures a is I'rof. s d wntcr-proo- f, tho Fordsvlllo Graded school, was In Rev. A. D. Litchfield, who has been town Saturday. seriously ill of oryslpelas for tho past throo weekx, Is slowly improving. Mrs. Lottlo Finloy, of Madlson-vill- e, spent tho week-en- d with Miss Dr. E. A. Carson, of Corbln, will arHnth TIchcnor. rive today to visit his brother, Mr. Henry Carson, nnd other relatives. Osborne Disc Harrows with and Sec the Picture you will enjoy more thnn any you ever saw, "MICKEY" Mioses Mary Laura Pendleton nnd Ideal Theater, Reaver Dam, Ky., May lone Hedrlck were In Owensboro 3rd. Saturday and vSundny. For S.ile Ono buggy hprse and Good second hand, one hor.se farm two young mules. W. M. HAYNES, wagon for sale. Seo 32t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. ELLIS BROS. 43t2 W. B. ELLIS & IHtO. human at picture history that runs the gamut of every emo- makinrr motion masterpiece that is epitomized motion a tion, See "Mickey" without tandem attachment. i 4 "a Qm UH 9 & IH K."x VW ,ii,i-- i i&i wl ubrcfi If I WjfiT.- - GXS Rugs, 8.50 ?1C.G0 9X12 Rugs Ofi Sii rj r. IK 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 Axminsers. Matting rags, 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. Mrs. 0. M. Maddox has gono to Mrs. Robert Bond, of Cancyvlllo, visited her sister, Mrs. E. S. Howard, Llvermore, where she will .spend tne summer with her daughter, Mrs. Erthe first of the week. nie Brown. of high class job work All kinds Miss Irene Rhoads and mother, e. done at the Hartford Republican Mrs. D. S. Rhoads, of B.-v- er Dam, Give us your work. wore agreeable visitors at this office, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lindley, of Point Wednesday. Pleasant, were guests of Mrs. AmanSeo us for your Disc and da Dennett, Monday night. riding Cultivators. Also one horse Elder II. C. Ford, of Grednvlllc, has walking Cultivators. ACTON BROS. accepted a call to the Union Grove 42t2 Christian church, near Taffy. For Sale or exchange One good Mr. Elmer Barnard, of Kaw, Okla- farm horse. DR. J. S. BEAN, homa, recently had a stroke of 44t2 Horse Branch, Ky. paralysis, but is since Improved. of-lic- Ideal Theater BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY 4 Saturday, May 3rd, 2 1919 SHOWS 2 3:00 O'CLOCK P. M., and 8:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Admission : Children, 25c Adults, 35c 2kz&Ga 4 " FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, big sliding windows, generous seating capacity, splendid upholstering, is surely the ideal, as well as the most practical and profitable, motor car for traveling salesmen, physicians, stockmen, etc. It means quick transportation without fatigue. It means comfortable transportation regardless of weather conditions. It means good, long service at the minimum of expense. Wise to give us your order now. Price f. o. b. Detroit, $650. I 3v J . E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. The Hartford Republican FRIDAY. Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo was In Owensboro Tuesday. Deed and mortgage forms for sale at this office. Personal ; News All kinds of feed and Hold SeedB. W. B. ELLIS & BRO. A and Social Euents. picture suited to ovory human You must seo "MICKEY." emotion. U. S .CARSON has the American Air nnd Mrs. R. II. Mart'n spent Sunday with relatives at Cromwill. fense. l dlfforont from A UJlotHro entirely any you over gaw, "MICKEY." among our enllera WediieiUty. Mr. Grant PoJnrd. of Aro you bluo, grouchy, sud, Seo "MICKEY." or discouraged? Rlaok Hawk two and ono row Com Trfiler, was fPUuiUw ean be had 19t2 tt ACTON BROS. ' If yon hao something you want We have plenty of F.rm Fencing to kpII ajlvertUe it in the H.uiturd in Wove and Barb, d Vii. (Republican. ACTON BROS. 4ot3 Mr. II. Y. Taylor, ot Maceo, Daviess Hoosicr 1 & 2 row Corn Drills, also county, was a guest of his daughter, Empire Corn Drills. Mrs. Howard Ellis, Saturday and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Sunday. A small blaze did trifling damage If you are in need of a good Brusto the boiler shed of tho Reaver Dam Planing Mill Company, Monday night. sels or Axmlnster Rug at a money saving, go to ACTON BROS. Mr. John A. Johnson, who Is tem- 42t2 porarily In the timber business. In Walter Douglas, of Barrets Ferry, Alabama, was in the county, who recently was discharged from i military service, at Camp Taylor, is Lieut. Fred Shults, of Undo Sam's seriously ill of tuberculosis. army, has been discharged from the Mrs. AIney Tichenor left last week hcrvlco and Is at his homo at for Omaha, Neb., where she will spend a couple of months with her Tho federal authorities have held brother, Mr. E. T. Berryman. that the automobilo owner cnrrylng Be sure you seo the International a single passenger for hire Is liable combined Shovel a,nd Disc twq horse for tjio federal tax. riding Cultivators before you pur- -' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. S. E- - Bennett, of Decatur, chase. Ala , who has been visiting relatives Mr. 'Garfield Barnard and daugh In the county for several weeks, left Men buying cars today are giving this present day ter, Miss Veneta, of Dundee, will for her home Tuesday. Maxwell searching consideration. For where, this leave next yeek ,for Kaw, Oklahoma, moment, can you get a car, like a Ma vwell, the chassis Miss Isabel Acton, who is attending to visit Mr. Barnard s brother, Mr. of which has had a 300,000 manufacturing run and school at Owensboro, was with her Elmer Barnard. the beauty of which has been improved to an astonpniunts, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Acton, ishing degree? We will have a car of Jones' Ferti at Dundee, Saturday and Sunday. lizer In nt once. Call us immediateThey're weighing the soundness of the Do yoir wish you could spend u ly. You can save money by getting logic and they translate that merry, happy, rollcksome evening, it at tho car door. into reliability supreme. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. banish all caro and feel really happy onco again? See "MICKEY" May They know in their own business what changes 3rd. Rev. Chester Stevens returned in plan, in program, mean how serious the losses in Tuesday from Harlan county, whero good will and profits the dissatisfied customers. Every one that is in need of a ho had gono to hold a protracted Plow wants a good one. Buy Blounts meeting. Rev. Stevens will preach Many of them have been "burned" by'"new modTrim Rluo Plows and you will bo sat- at Broadway Sunday. els" in days gone by, and have joined the "never isfied. again" club. ACTON BROS. Misses Muriel Wilson, who is 42t2 teaching at Jimtown, and Minnie, So this present day Maxwell has a deep appeal to another who is teaching at McIIenry, came We havo just received them ; and thousands since January 1 have reached large shipment of Paints, Oil and homo Saturdny to visit their parents, for their check books as soon as they laid eyes on Lead, so it will pay you to get our Mr. and Mrs. Joo Wilson. prices beforo you buy. this new Maxwell. Bring your Junk and get your Feed, Perhaps it is unfair to say "new" because the. Fertilizer, Seeds and Farming Imchassis is five years old in design. When we say Mr. Reet Clark, of Sunnydale, visit- plements from "new" we mean its vastly improved appearance. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, ed his daughter, Mrs. GUiuoro Keown, Beaver Dam, Ky. who is ill ot typhoid fever, at St 42Ct things done to the Maxwell There are twenty-fou- r Joseph's Hospital in Louisville, last to make it better looking. Sharp angles have been Hugh Hamlctt, Sidney Williams, week. removed ; lines straightened ; certain cornel's eliminVernon Wheeler, Alford Wheeler, Lieut. Gilmoro Keown, who has Louis Bozarth and Charrllo Burton ated; bonnet vents increased in number; three more been with the 84th Division in havo arrived at an Atlantic port, nnd coats of paint added ; renders lowered ; seats thickenFranco, has arrived at Nowport News, will be mustorcd out of service soon. ed three inches; a Circassian dash installed; gas tank and will bo mustered out ot the serput in the rear, etc. The heavy rains and cold weather vice soon. of this week were a grave disappoint See the latest Maxwell, and you'll want one, too. The best place to buy Iron nods, ment to tho Hartford fishing club, Mattresses, Springs, Kitchen Cabl-net.- s, the members of which had, for weeks, Dining planned to go to tho mouth of Gras Dressers, Davenotts, sy, today. Tables, Rockers and Chairs is at A. C. ACTON, Manager. ACTON BROS. 42t2 Con Midklff. son of former Jailer. Mr. Cal P. Keown has received Oscar Midklff, who has been in tho nutlro that his son, Chester, who has military sorvico, is visiting relutlves Mr. and Mrs. John King have re- dato storage plant. been with tho militnry engineers, In it Narrows and Olaton. Con wag re Havo 100 tons Franco, has arrived at Camp Mills, cently discharged from tho sorvlcj, turned from Ohio, whero they went of ice in storage. Will have 12& but will Now York. to seo their son, Charllo, who was tone in storage May 1st. We believe and go ovorsoas. Charlie we will have plenty of ice of our o i. very siok of kidney trduble. Our stock ot Paints and OIl ii and his wlfo and baby roturnbd hero nianufucturo to supply all oounty u A nlno years old son of Mr. Clmrlle Btowart, a farmer living three tulle arger than over before. Prigos range with his paronts, and will remain mand. you remember what Ge ByiiB said to hi men Just south of lieavgr Dam, mat with a from, 1 2.00 to $1.40 per gallon, ae- - until ho rooovera. hrt, making tho drive toward cv i Mil itHtl fatal noeliiont Monday. The cor,4iii to brand. We are agents tor Wa ar now batter OQ,ulpd than "Lit ovary tank do its dum, orauos. little fellow was kicked in the mil UUHOim siieru'iu-wiiiwm- u ever before to furaWi the pple Ellis Ie OomiJfinv i Koin-l,i tomarh, by a horse, and died a ft" OHIO. COUNTY nitl'O CO . i Keep mo peoplo Ui ice. Incorporated. Ut2 with ice. Have complotod an up-thours latSr. ms New in Beauty, Old in Virtues; This MAXWELL Has Stirred America Iff 300,000-all-alike-for-five-ye- ars ILER'S-GROCEL- OHIO COUNTY MOTOR CO. st , , -- o Children Cry for Fletcher's Iket. Precaution must bo obsorTeil when digging nntl handling to prevent n !a product from becoming unsightly through tlio presence of cut, bruises and other defects. well-grow- Met?) MJ SI ril The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per- o CJ&wji?-- sonal supervision since its infancy. Wvifry. 'CUcSuAt, Allow n0 one to deceive you in this. " are but .All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. fir grcss again meets to demonstrate tho jslncorlty of the party faith in this regard. I Changes mndo In tho Senate, which tho Republicans now control by two votes, hnvo made It certain that the oils, that jsuffrago amendment will bo adopted Among the vegetable ......I, II ri, ftnllnliannil alnmla It fl bv that body by n majority of two or niuilMO 111 ." irttlll"I" .WH"1CV three. It failed lost February by one cKism by Itself with respect, to Its prt. 'auction In this country. In 1012 It voie. The domination of the South,, constituted 73 per cent, nnrt In 1917. whoro the fight agnlnst tho movement wnen tno cotton crop was unusually has centered, Is over. Senator Johnsi ort, fil per cent of the total pro- son, chairman of the Woman Suffrage Commlttoo in tho Senate, has counted duction. 'nosos anil Is assured that before tin A gardon flint produces only one tut minor is past the umondment will crop and Idle awny half of tho grow-.n- g be pnssed to tho President for his season does only half of its du- signature and to the Stntcs for ly. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owemboro, C, E. Smith, HartOoru'tlt. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Judge IlKAVKIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. .McKenney. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDHVHiliK. , A Hartford. Just-as-goo- d Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA GENUINE, CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years THK CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITV. The Kind You Have Always Bought Hi Look herb! ADAMS, RoolipOrt, -- Rockport has a picture gallery and is prepared to make what you want Busts, Full Forms and Family Groups, Bring me Copying and Enlarging. your Kodak Work to Finish. JESLy. a - - FARM DEPARTMENT. cases cost much more per unit of feed than corn and bran. The following During month everything grain mixtures aro recommended by this along poultry raising should bo hum- dairy specialists of the United States ming. Just now poultry raisers are Department of Agriculture: (1 ) Three parts cracked corn anil dealing in futures, and your future depends on your good work now. one part wheat bran. (2) Three parts cracked corn, one Don't fuss; just let the chicks have plenty of liberty and keep their quar- part wheat bran, and one part ground chicks can oats. ters clean. Standard-bre- d (3) Three parts cracked corn, one rough It as well as mongrels even part wheat bran, one part ground oats better. To tlioso who are raising standard-bre- d chicks wo advi.se: do and one part linseed meal. (4) Oats, ground. not handicap them by unnatural reClover hay, alfalfa hay, or tho most strictions. Let them hustle around. This tends to "Uetter Poultry" anil to palatable roughage available should ".Bigger Profits." Get in touch with be given the calf after tho second your county or home agent for more week. Alfalfa is likely to cause hcours, and should be fed sparingly details. at first and increased only after the calf gets accustomed to it. At first I'Ycrt Lime and Charcoal. Ordinarily the hen does not con- hay should be furnished only a handsume enough lime to form the shells ful at a time, and bo placed so that of eggs if she is laying abundantly it can not be soiled. For the first unless something besides the ordi- six months, at least, tho calf should nary grain feeds is accessible to her. receive all the roughage of good Oyster shells aro very good for this quality that it will eat up clean. purpose. A box of crushed shells When the calf has access to good pasjnay be placed before the fowls, al- ture during the first six months it It lowing them to eat at will. Old mor- need not receive other roughage. to tha tar and fine gravel aro also useful in Is not advisable, however, age have pason supplying lime. Charcoal has a great calf under 2 months of absorptive powor tor gasscs. Impuri- ture In the early psrlng. ties, and aelils, and thus acts as a corTho tomato is closoly related to tho rective when tlio stomach is sour and potato, and while- tho actual food digestion has been impaired. valuo of tho tomato Is not so great as An improvement In the conditions that of the. potato, it has certain under which cows aro kept on the qualities that make It one of tho most average farm will greatly lessen the desirable of our garden crops. labor required In their care, make A good way to handle the shelves It more pleasant, and at the same time cause the cows to produco more In tho kitchen and pantry Is to paint or onamel them. Painted shelves can milk. be wiped with a damp cloth every day 1 Verting (ii'iiln To f'nUes if need be. Shelves covered with When the calf Is In Its second week paper are less apt to bo cleaned as It should begin to receive grain, and frequently as is needed, and are alwhen one month old It should cat ways a bid for dust and vermin. about half a pound a day. After this Tho poultry house should be built time the quantity of grain may be gradually Increased, feeding all that as low as possible without danger the calf will eat until 3 paunds a day of tho attendants bumping their la reached, probably during tho third heads against tho celling. A low month, drain fed to supplement hoube is more easily warmed than a noparatod milk should never be mixed high one. with tho milk. It Is quostiouublo In the location of tho poultry whether thu preparation of grain In any way, such as soaking or boiling house, if it is impracticable to select Is advUablo under most circum- a soil that Is naturally dry It should be martu dry by thorough drainage. stances. Whoat bran Is eaton readily by Iluy stackers can bo used to adyoung culvoe. Com has an oxcullont offoot and to a groat oxtent limy take vantage on many farms oast of tho the pine of fat rumovud from aklm or 21lalkiipi Itiver as well as wast. HoparaUtl milk. Kxperlments turn! crop of sweet Hvon a to bhow that corn fed to oalvoa ghuultl b cracked rather than finely ground rwtMtofts may loau much market value U aro good In grain wis W Ittflk of proper ours in digging, Ground turw ytkmx nvallnble, but In many Uaadliae, aud preparation for mar- April Is The Mouth. well-grown in 1st Monday In March 12 days Com'th. aud Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Monday In September Civil. Do you get up nt night? Sanol Is Monday In November 12 days Tho bunch beans mature quick lv surely tho best for all kidney or blad- 4th Com'th. and Civil. and require Irequent cultivation. Ylie der troubles. Sanol gives relief in COU.NTV'COUKT. cultivator should be run through th" 24 hours form all backacho and bind-d- r troubles. Sanol is n guaranteed rows at least once a week and then remedy. GOc 00 a bottle at Meets first Monday In each month. tho hoo bo drawn betweon tho hills the urns store,and $1 Judgc Ma'ck Cook. Never work uimih after cultivation. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. when their foliage is wet with dew or Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshln. rain. Sheriff S. A. Brntcher. ms Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. About UliiMiiuittNin. Jnllcr Worth Tlchcnor. TImo of Meeting 1st Monday in Hhcumatism causes mure pain and Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st sullering than any ohter disease, for' Survej-oC. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Autho reason that It is tho most com- -' Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st m on of all Ills, and It Is certainly Monday In December. gratifying to sufferers to know that ' FISCAL COI'KT. County Hoard of Examiners 1919 there Is a remedy that will afford ro-- i Meets first Tmr.u'ay in April and lief, and make rest und sleep posE. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Saudc-fu- r, October. sible. It is called Chamberlain's W. S. Hill. 1st DJ- Shown, Hartford, m Liniment. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. iwmv.ui imi'coisT tki.ls Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. er Dam. WHY MKXHKXHA1.IS May, 9 and 10 Common school 8nl District Q. D. Drown, Simmons. tr". at". CHILL TOXir OL'T- 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam aud Fordsvillo. When travelling, SKI.I.S ALL OTIIKKS shopping, attending church 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.BaUe-tow- n. May 16 and 17 County teachers' "Mr. J. C. Mendenhall, Evansvllli'. (White) Hartford. examination. You ask us if we 1ml., Dear Sir: or theatre, don't forget to May, 23 and 24 County teachers' disposing of tho one gross are flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. Chill and Fever Tonic we have handy a box of U. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. 7lh District Juno, 20 and 21 County and State ou have been purchasing from 8th District U. C. Rhoades, Hart- tenchers' examination (white) Fords-vlll- c. monthly at retail as this is an unford, Route 6. usual quantity for a retail drug- M Juno, 27 and 2S County and HARTFORD. to buy. For your Information, will state teachers' examination (colored) state that our best physicians arc Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. prescribing your chilL'fonic nlniust Clerk J. A. Howard. July, Ohio County Institute, dally with better resufts than qulnl'u Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. or any medicine used for malaria, Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept., 19 and 20 County and chills and fever. We have a cusROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) tomer who was all run down, p.ile Ch'ra'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. and had a coupli Hartford. and emaciated Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2C and 27 County and Some physicians pronounced his cum Police Judge John T. Jackson. examination (colored) consumption. One of tho doctors, that They will head-of- f Marshal Will Langford. here prescribed a bottle of your chill tonic. He took it with the best re Headache or any other suits and contiuned it for some time Ache or Pain. and Is now entirely well. He had a Get the Genuine SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS We cough and chronic malaria. and rind upon inquiry that tho Jobbci.-her- e MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. purchase GO gross of your chill tonic a year which, with our purchases, amount to over S.000 bottle a year, which are sold in the city of Every Succeed when everything else falls. Ptiuuculi." Signed Lang Uros., Druj In nervom prostration and female gists. "Mendenhall's Chill Tonic has j weaVncsse they ore the ouprenw remedy, at thousands have testified. all the properties of ordinary quinine without the bad effects, combined FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE with glycerine, licorice and yerba it is the best medicine ever sold santa, which makes it at once the over a drugglr's counter. best remedy for coughs, colds and GO cents. grippe. Price Sold by Ohio County Drug Company, Incorporated. IC-yr Ch'm'n. Board W. 11. Jonci. , Olla Cobb. Cleric Polico Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. Marahnl Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALRXDAH. County Hoard of Fdurntlon. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvillo, Div. No. Ky. Div. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, Ky. Div. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. Div. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- 20. n, r .Ed V I j l's State-cacher- s' f&9( AvoidG3fAVZJ KGlgjSSnorny feJySy'" Mothers use Electric Bitters Helps Sick nMMaanBanaanaMMi s For n Sprained Ankle. As soon as possible after the Injur Is received get a bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Evcrsolc, oi Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what & T aa Linimont and follow the plain printed directions which neroi pany m the bottle. WOMAN" Sl'I'TUAUK SCHI" she writes: "I had a AT K.VT15A SIXSIOX y Snell Smith. breaking-dow- n general of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to 1 had such a net up. For die CMdren A Safe, verm mme Remedy for Worms Serenty fl v Ws s r irw riir xx (Every Woman WmuV IT J el J ST? 1rsiiH tli tV Ti i i FrH PPr?:rMf uvnicve Dieiolvecl In water fcr douche stop ifr-wi- iH rnntion Recommended by Lydia E. jiniinam jvjea. t,o, lor ten yeara. Washington, April. One of tho very first measures to be introduced, considered and enacted by the new Republican .Congress will bo a resolu tion for an amendment of tho Constitution which will provide universal suffrage for all women throughout the country, subject only to tho same restrictions as aro now Imposed up on the men. Representative James R. Mann, of Illinois, who mndo possible the pas sage of tho resolution in the Houso In thu last Congress by getting out of a sick bed at tho Johns Hopkins University Hospital and contributing a much needed vote, will be chairman of tho Commltteo on Woman Suffrage and will report and put through the measure within a few days after the e.tra session begins. He and other party loaders are perfectly certain of a safo majority, due to tho fact that tho States which swelled the Repub lican total at the last election are, for tho most part, favorable to extending tho suffrage to women. "Tho sentiment for tho enfran chisement of women has been growing steadily for years, except in certain Southern States," said Representative Frank W. "Mondell, of Wyoming, the new majority leader. "Tho opposition no longer represents a ma jority of tho people over any The grant erea anywhere. ing of tho franchise to women Is now very generally recognized as a wiso and proper, If not a vitally essential step In making tho government truly responslvo to tho intelligent judg' ment of tho people. Tho Republi. an as tho loader of progrc lvo party, thought, as tho champion of m ral principles, ns the defender of genuine domocracy. has taken the load in erg, lug tho oxttmslan of the right of the ballot to woman, and will take th weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend to-me 1 had tried everything else, why not Cardui?... 1 did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." J ami we'll tenU promptly. luppaiHl heAlthj. Vx a bottle at Tour dm? ff!ta or general tore: or If upply you iHir Uciler can't em1hU name ami2V,.itiUitiri jtm a bottle HtKV'S l.KMiriUhcau odtr 7MI. Krepa bottle alwajrt on hand. It will help keep Urn little onc ohp iiv In the yfar Im con t Inn tPMItnnnUt sore throat and sore eyes Economical. mm ciusonusiy ricMiiai and eoniKidal rowrr. Saesjla Frry. 5(V. .11 dnigsUu. or ro.rU Ly I ,ma. I'monToDrt . Dorton. Mkn. J USE LI V-VE- R-L AX E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. TAKE m Ii1a.gs5i:i::i:;n:;iii;;i: 3EB !i&..Ai. ! For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Peel rleht nil tho time. Don't lav cfl from work for days hy taking calomel keeps yoK when pleasant Lio- - Ver-Lo- x on your feet, whiloroltovingyourtrouh le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eiiminatca poisons, cleanses Bytx tcm and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in Us actions, sure in its effect und certain in results. It will won't bo long before Lio- - Vc-La- x ' completely displaco calomel in everl homci Children can tako it freely unit with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Nor.C Renuino without tho likeness and sign turc oi u. ii, urigsuy. ror Bale by r i u wiLblAMa. - liartforst am w n :: (SI The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz- Here U your opportunity to Injure against embarrassing trrori In pelting, pronunciation and poor choice of words. Know the meaning ox puzzling war terms. Increase your efficiency, which results in power and success. Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She wi'l tell you how it helped her. 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FOR ONE MONTH first opportunity afforded, after Co a- - ug?3gji;:;:;;:;:;i;:ii?r;;;:::tfas a OHIO MEDICAL CO, SS5i5S"UfK k Have You Tried Tuxedo m the Ne& "TEA-FOIL- THE BUSINESS MAN'S VIEW OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS Criticism No. 2. Aftor tho pupil has graduated from and taken a few the school-roocourses In tho "school of bard knocks" or In tho "university of life," ho begins to reallzo that tho school which he attended, no matter In what grado, Booms to havo been founded upon tho Idea that "education" Is "In struction;" that Is to say, that his parents seemed to have "sont htm to school" In order that ho might bo "Instructed," and that his teachers seemed to think their ono primary duty was to convoy "Instruction" to tho mind of tho pupil, help him or, If you please, compel him to gain knowledge, much of which, ho finds lator ho .was never able to utilize In any practlcablo way to the end of winning life's battle. Tho business man, especially ono who becomes an employer, gradually A'ul'es up the tact that education Is really education, developoment, and that Instruction alono or tho gaining of uowledgo will r.)t Tho business inert beget education. of the country aro rapidly coming to see that the truo function of commerce Is to render service as a whole, and that tho profits wo make In business Is tho pay we get for tho sor-vli- 'o m 4M 4044 " PACKAGE? It is the moit popular innovation of many years in smoking to bacco packages. Smokers arc delighted with its many ad vantages. Handier fits the pocket. No digging Kr the tobacco out with fingers. Keeps the the . pure fragrance of Tuxedo to the last pipeful. Not quite .as much tobacco 'im. as in the tin. but v4flflBllB99s$N SEE US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the' way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we m mESv&bL g iri m mmm" t mmwrn mw&& ' Cm .. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. l I) I li 1 ' if v A Wa are beginning to realize that it is truo of oursolves as employers, and true of everybody whom we employ, that tho efficiency of the Individual does not depend upon his knowledge It does not alone depend upon what he knows It depends far moro upon what the Individual is, and what he or she Is depends, In turn, upon tho degree of unfoldment or developement of certain faculties Mellow-age- d and capacities and qualities and powers In the individual. To Illustrate what 1 mean by an example, a bookkeeper might know all there Is to bo known, It such a thing were possible, about tho science of accounting, but If he were lacking the developement of such qualities as discrimination, ethics, accuracy, and speed, he would still be a very inefficient bookkeeper. INCORPORATED , One of our salesmen might be a very learned man in tho ancient 7"Ac Perfect Tobacco tor Pipe and Cigarette languages and higher mathematics, but If lacking In Mich qualities as tact ) . Guaranteed ly and good judgement and loyalty and honesty and many others which I might mc'ntion, he would probably send In mostly "weather reports" Insits Miuc. Vera Arkadloff, a Ilolslicvik stead of orders. I feel, therefore, as HOW Rl'LH OP REDS real estate DEIl.MTIl THEIR WOMEN onthuslnst, who coiiunniulod a detacli- - a business man and In this opinion MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. following described .Kentucky, situat- be retained as additional security. ed In Ohio County on tho Said bonds to bear Interest ment of women soldiers during the I know 1 am not alone that our waters of Rough creek and bounded rate of 6 per cent per annum. at tho Ohio Circuit Court. against- - Admiral schools should take slops to do omo as follows: Deglning at a stono and London. Anrll IB. Tho law pro- - recent operations Given my hand as CommisSarah J. Vineyard, Plaintiff, hickory stump on tho bank of rouch sioner of under nf Kolchak's army at Perm. She has really constructive work In the matii... ...tinnaiixitinn ,i.i.i the Ohio Circuit Court, this Vs. river, said stump being tho stump of the 16th day of April, 1919. teaching the science of has!1"-'1"wounded. twice ter of Mlzolla llnlze, et nl.. Defendants. women In Northcastom Russia in OTTO C. MARTIN, which, of course, Includes lv virtue of a judgment and order tne tree caned for as former deeds to ;? been susponded in one provlnco as tho this Commissioner. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, en- tract;land, known souththe Spangler When tho baby takes too much the science of character-buildinthence due 368 poles to M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. result of popular outcry, according at Its March term. 1919, in tho a willow and black I am thoroughly convinced that tered oak on the north o-reaching Loudon from food tho stomach turns: the result to Information above styled action for tho purpose Is Indigestion, sourness and vomit- this can be done. I have been led of paying tho claims of tho plaintiff. bank of Grassy creek; thence down MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Stockholm. SALE. Grassy river; Ining. Frequently tho bowels aro to this conclusion, not on' account amounting to $22.45, tho costs of up said creek to Rough beglning,thence river to tho conTho Coninil.snr of Vladimir has, by Ohio Circuit Court. volved and there Is colic, pains and of anything that I have studied In thib action and bale and tho divis taining 100 acies, more or les3. decree, appointed a coinniltteo of ion of Oglesby, etc., Plaintiffs. McGeo's Ilaby Elixir Is school books, but through studies among the balance of the proceeds This land to be sold subiect to a S. H.Va; the parties entitled thereto. Notico of Sale. women who nro to Inquire Into tho diarrhoeu. a grand corrective remedy for tho which It has been my privilege to I will offer for sale at public outcry Hen In tho sum of 5124.38- with In- - Greek Akins. Defendant. ,o,operations of tho law anil mako a re By vlrturo of a judgement and orand bowel disorders of pursue slnco entering the "school of to tho highest and best bidder. stomach V IlliamS, and port with the least possible delay babies. It Is pure .wholesome and llfo" and while employed In tho vo- the Court House door, In Hartford, a lien in the sum of $124.38. with in der of sale of tlin flhln Plrnit rn..-- . action has been approved by the His day on the pleasant to take. Price 25c and Hue cation of commerce. The wish fre- Kentucky 1919 Monday, hour 5th ono tcrest from Nov., 26th, 1917, in favor entered at Its Marbh term, 1919,' la of May, ,at the of me auove styieu action, for the pur-nolocal Soviet. per bottle. Sold by Ohio County quently comes to me, as I am en- o clock P. M., upon a credit of six of '.he Infant, Loubelle Williams. The 'T .B,."""S.w."1.D.8J.re.qV,re" to tlon, of navlncr thn nncta nf l.lo .Tho Krasnaya Gazcta publishes an Drug Co., Incorporated. m gaged In certain studies which I and twelve month, the fnllowh.g do - ' together with the costs of this account of tho results of nationalizaf;ul",,""1"1S?JIUBO,BTVby Vu saie anu a distribution of tho balance mt pursue at home, that I might have scribed real estate, situated In Ohio waters lCommisstoni.r. In wn pnnnl nnvmonl: of tho proceeds among the parties enKentUCKJ, tion. Tho system provides that ev lUlOADWAV. learned some of these things when County, creeK, ana OU tho oounueu as titled iuuuay j,:""z;" " "est at per centI per public therein. T will nffet- - tnr- min f ery girl on runchlng tho age of IS I was In tho school-roolows- Being the same owned and! outcry to the highest and best must register her nhino In tho Bureau Quito a number from thlt place aro I might sum up Criticism held by W. H. Stewart, his grantors '",""," ,,",,, Hen will be retained on muuer ac mo court house door, la Possibly as additional security Hartford, Kentucky, l of Froo Lovo .after which she Is com attending tbo term of court, No. 2 in a statement which, to some ami his fiiiccnssnrs for nmr than , on Monday tho Glven under my hand as Commis forty years by paying taxes on pelled to select a partner from among at Hartford this week. 5th day of of you, as educators, may seem too and actually residing on same sanio sioner of the Clio Circuit Court, this P. M., on cMay. 1919, at one o'clock and credit of six and twelvn men between 19 and CO years old. Mr. 13. C. Morgan was the guest of sweeping, but which, I believe, will claiming possession of same to a noil the llith day of April, 1919. months, the following described OTTO C. MARTIN, Tho law led to laiucntnble confusion, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tucker, Sunday. stand the test of careful analysis. It defined and marked boundary, which real estato In Ohio county, Ken4 Commissioner. Miys thq Gazcta, In "judicial notions Kverett Hawcs, Leslie Chlnn, and is this: taken as a whole, our schoo.' holding was adverse to thy world for 2t3 tucky: Dames and Smith, Attys. more than forty years next to and as to personal inviolability." One house and lot In Centertown, item Mooro, shipped a bunch . system. Imported as it was from the before 20th day of January. 1902, Ky and bounded as follows: the Strange Men TaUo (.Iris. to Louisville this week for which old world, and designed originally and since has been so owned "Will it be all right to say that and at John T. Rone's east corA few days after tho Soviet's de- - thoy rocolved a record price. or tho classes and not for tho masses, held by his widow and heirs at law France took President Wilson to her ner; thence south about 82 feet; croQ, which women very generally Fred Tatum, Dudley Fuller and was founded upon an utterly false Is bounded and described as fol- bosom?" thenco west about 120 feet; thenco I ignored, two men known to nobody, M. F. Chumley, are planning to go bellof, tho evil consequences of which lows: "Say. rather, to hor Brest." Balti- north Twith the McKlnney lino to Beginning at tho mouth of a John .Rone's lino about 82 feet; arrived In tho town and seized tho to Owonsboro as tnon as tho roads havo been and this false branch on tho south side of Muddy more American. thenco with Rone's lino to the two daughters of "a wollknown Chujnlcy belief Is that "education" Is "Instruc- creok, corner with Jack Miller, and .ire In traveling condition. m comrade," declaring thoy wants to start right away, but Fred tion " running thenco southeastern!) course MASTI3R COMMISSIONER'S SALI3. The purchaser will bo required to with said Miller's line to his corner had chosen thorn as wives and that snys just so ho gets there by tho first execute his bonds, with approved seAccording to the Latin root from with Henry Her, from thence an curity Immediately aftor tho salo tho girls, without further ceremony of July Is all ho cares for. Ohio Circuit Court. tho word "education" springs, easterly courso with Her lo ono of Robert Kennedy, Admr., etc., Pl'ff and a lieu will be retained as admust submit, as they hud- - not obyou know I think this Prohibi- which Do llor's corners; from thence north ditional becurlty. Said bonds to bear I need but to remind you, as educaVs. Notico or Sale. served tho registration rule. tion League is going a little to tar. tors, of tho fact with Iter's lino of his intorest at tho rate of 6 per cent per that its truo mean- corners; thence to anotherwith au- - Laura Kennedy, n etc., Defts. easterly , "Comrades Yablonovskl and Gurla-kln- ," They have already got tho "Gin" out Tlv vlrtlio nf 'llflfvmnnt nn.l nrilAt- - annum. ... n I. rt . .. .. ..,!..... ..nti! 111..... IIh An WU Given under my' hand as CommisI" UUUIHU. U..(or gaIo 0( J,,, QMo (J,,.,.,, J CoUrt en who sat as Judges on the claim, of Virginia, the "can" out of Kansas, ing is "education." U",C DalU "C Tho scientific cultivation of the of bis corners; thence his southernly tored at its March term, 1919, lu sioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, thU decided that tho men woro right and tho "sip" out of Mississippi, tho being tho true function courso to Ilcr's corner with Jarna-gl- tho above styled action for the pur- tho 16th day of April, 1919. tbo girls were carried off. They "nols" out of Illinois, and havo darn human plant thenco with Jaruagln's lino to OTTO C. MARTIN, of of our school rooms, they should his corner with J. C. Loach, and from pose of paying tho Indebtedness liuvo not siuco been heard of by tho near got tho "tuck" out of Kentucky. 1213 Conunlsslonjr bo, and will be In time, laboratories thonco with J. U. Leach's lino to his tho estate of Thomas Kennedy, deJohn T. Rone, Attorney. folk. ceased, tho costs of this action and Wo aro wondering whoro they aro r. corner to Muddy creok; thence to the the costs of this sale, and a distribu for the development of This, says tho Gazcta, was dono In going to stop. Dusluess mon many of them at Muddy, creok to tho beginning, con tion of the ualanco of the proceeds A RARE BARGAIN. , name of tho nationalization of tho C. M. Mallnn has been "Dodging taining 130 acres, moro or less, among the heirs of tho said Thomas least havo como to seo that busi women. The purchasor will bo required to i ,in A CombinatioVi of Leadaround hero all this week. "Oh no ness, taken as a wholo, Is man-po. ... ivnmiln UU..U limiinfllntnlir nrlait ciln ,.,,.u.uvv Many other Instances of tho fan- his wlfo has not been throwing rollat public outcry to the highest .plus mechanic with security to bo accepted by the nml beat b,(Uler nt th0 Court Umm ing Periodicals that, may be er plus money-powe- r tastic operation of (lie law, not to ing plus and flnt Irons at him, 1 and tho utlllzalton of ma- - i,oiiiiuibBionere. payupio hi mi aim doo,.( , Hartford. Kontucky. on speak of Its Inhumanities, aro cited think he is just trying to loam to and lieu mi. uu Monday, tho 5th day of May, 1919, Read with Pleasure invilil torlnl forces and things; but we retainedlliuiliiis UMU tl security na- drlvo by tho Gazota. Enthusiasts for as additional her Ave mean tho Dodge, not havo also como to seo that ono o clock P. M., on a credit of profit by every Member of tat Given under my hand as Commis six aud twelve months, tho follow tionalization, naturally all inalos, his wife. is tho cause, while money and the sioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, ing dcscrlbod real esetato In Ohio your Family. raid whole villages, solzo young girls Pvt. C. W- - Drown, who Is with tho county, and bounded as follows: elllcicnt utilization of all mechanical this tho 16th day of April. 1919. and demand proof that they aro not Army of Occupation In Germuny, HERE IS OUR OFFER: OTTO C. MARTIN. Beginning nt n comor of grantor's proof Is dlfllcult to bont his father, Q. U. Drown, a box of and material things aro effects. Commissioner. 42t:i over 18. As this and O. W. Simpson's line In L. M, The Hartford Republican, Wo, therefore, wish that tho young Woodward & Kirk, Taylor and Huusaker's line, running west with Elvo, many of tho girls aro carnoa souvenirs and among other things Simpson's Hue 131 poles to a stake Farm and Fireside, been suicides and was a Gorman officer's helmet which men and tho young women of the na- Glenn, A'ltoruoys. m off and thero have m In Pond Run creok; then S. 49 poles tion could come to us from our murdors as a roau'i. bears tho marks of actual sorvlco. Anlinnla flllrtwil flilviniail lit tha i!a MASTI-3Woman's World, COMMISSIONER'S SALK. to two black oaks; thonco east 131 of Kovrov. a campaign Cecil writes that ho Is getting along t In tho town poles to white oak; thence north 49 "ivelopment of tho kinds of Cincinnati Weekly Enby I . poles to tho beginning, containing 40 . without parallol since tho Trojan war aud ,. Ohio Circuit Court. Ul ,1411111 m. lllildU 1U! Ullll.lUllb duiiiiu Harve Condlt, et al., Plaintiffs. acres more or loss, and being a por- quirer, ALL tho vongeful rel- early fall. was waged between FOUR ONE We deslro till not from a selfish tion of land conveyed to J. M. Mof-forVa; Notico of Sale atives of an abducted nationalized Tho Broadway Coal Mining Co., by V. L. Felix, Master Com- YEAR ONLY $2.30. by any manner of Kx Parto, Defendants. standpoint alone, U.rl and hor prosecutors. intends to open their show in the ludcement and or missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, , Prices are still advancing if na- near future It will be remembered moans, but for the good of tho boys dorBv vlrturo of a Ohio Circuit Court, i by deed dated Nov. 24th, 1908, aud In this tow,-- the "reglv-oof sale of tho girls themselvos and for the entered at its March term, 1919, in, recorded in Commissioner's deed tnd we cannot guarantee this tionalized women" was oponer". on De- that they have an open air theater and good of civilization as a whole. the above styled action, for the. book, H, page ISO." Ohio County cember 1st., but up to February J at this place, freo to all. Thoy put purpose of a sale and dlstrlbu- -' Court Clerk's offlco, and conveyod to offer very loner. BETTER on,y tro women, both cut on some of the very latest shows and last M. Kennedy, by Hubert after Barbed wlro cuts, ragged wounds, tlon of the proceeds,including the Thomas over been as was evidenced last season, they aro Snr.il neither of them had tho ford and wlfo on tho 8th day of TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW costs all collar and harness galls heal up costs of ofthis sale, I will .offer .August, 1910, deed of record In deed married, registered themselves as greatly enjoyed by all. quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini- for sale at public outcry to tho book 38, pago 372, Ohio County and save the difference. Adwilling to accept the first husband ment Is applied. It is both healing highest and best blddor at tho Court Court Clerk's ofllce. dress, tbo State sent along. to The Hartford. the town and antiseptic. Price 2Sc, 50c and House door, inMonday of5th day of exocute purchaser will be required be Is now to his bonds, with security to On the committee which Kentucky, on Hartford Republican, the FOR FLETCHER'S 11.00 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Coun- May, 1919, at one o'clock P. M., on a approved by the Commissioner Im revise the nationalization decree or to ty Drug Co., Incorporated. Hartford, Ky. in credit of six aud twelve mouths, the mediately after sale and a Hen will I reco:nmrnt' Us complete abrogation ?se" rf&m&fo BLANS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c, IIT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You 97SSSi that wo render. 6"V oar Nose Knows" Finest Barley Tobacco till perfect a dash of Chocolate HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY I 44t44t. I r. ' man-bulldln- g, 4-- g. ", tStoK'v' ,, se -,- f ,,""; rt. - spe-Ma- s g, -- M n; mau-powe- w u,u ln 1 "' ir.,,i.. ,ine,i er man-pow- er ...1... ly d, Children Cry C A SJT0 R A BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (ny. I. D. Clalro.) Tho Inspired wrltor who used the simile of the camel going through the eye of a needle to Illustrate somc-tbl- n' hard to do, hadn't tried to git through the Narrows exchange. It must n bin a long time sense Eck Rial wcnC to Sunday school. Eel was helplu' mo to move, and when he saw a big portrait of tho Messiah he said "I bet that was a mighty good mnn. Was It your Mimsingwear! UNSING "M father?" Miss Tlnslcy nst me over the phone her In the garden chuesday, and I said yes three times before Tins could git me stopped. After studyln' a while Tins said he had about a drink apiece for us left but he'd give mo both of 'cm If I'd call the Missus and tell her a lot of work hnd come in and I'd need him at the office. I tuck him up, but got the drink first ami then hnd an at tack of remorso of conscience and wouldn't call her. Well. I'm stayln' In now, nurslu' n black eye. If Tins could help Wr I i 6fe, ana? tobacco that don't." f A'sA &a &A llv' Cm -- 3 rj-rtfj- vi 7 "Bite" in tobacco comes either from poor leaf or wrong "ripening." We use for VELVET only the finest Kentucky Burley. But we don't stop there. We put millions of pounds of this tobacco away patiently ripen and mellow. teeth in. every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to Hat Nail come in the morula' of the big frost and (old me and Fluke all his grapes was dead ns grains of shot. While we was nil slttln' In gloom and despair shoe fixer Leach come In and said the frost didn't matter, ns the vines would grow out agin. It looked too good to bo true, and ns Leach Is a stranger here, I nst him if he was rellnble, and it seemed to sorty make him mad. Then we all inquired nrotm' about Leach and they say he is pritty good at tellln' the truth and flxln' shoes and knows a heap about grapes. The trials of a editor ain't what you think It Is. He don't give a continental about the cusslns ho glta; It's when a rale pritty girl tells bin bomethln' she wants put In the paper and It ain't worth printlu' that he goes on the worry block. A combination of quality, comfort and economy The best makers knit it, the best informed people wear it, the best stores sell it. in underwear. 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. There are quicker ways, but they leave some The VELVET way makes the friendlier kind of tobacco. You can always go to it for comfort without a "come-back." We've got some nice cool Summer Mimsingwear all ready for you to put on. 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. urty; zvi":,.. rjv...;.''- -i wjiiifltft' i -l- MU i!s: "3fiESa ."" V Get chummy VELVET today. jtcjit'fjfCfc.ii.joi vith G" LiMum Fluke leaves this morniii' for a weok at the mouth of Grassy. I'll be darnntlon glnd when he gits the surplus flshln' sorty out or his system sos he'll be halfway fit to associate with for a while. Uncle Alex Curtis Is teachln a chauffeur school for young ladles. Ho just hears his class on Sundays. b NOTICE STOCKMEN. Sn, Carson ttjazaads j (81 Co. ''rfiZtmiiW j .SSSSBw TfT . Hartford, Ky. EHSSB.W 1 .. i&b. r .i .1 i J0f33H&&!Z41V'' 11 Roll a VELVET Cigarette VELVET'S naturcaged mildness and smoothness mahe it just rijjlit for cigarettes. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluke.) When It comes to boosting for good roads, County Judge, Mack Cook, can always be relied upon for fielding and batting a thousand. was feeling from worrying with John Henry, Mrs. Thomas goes back to Louisville, and thus, heaps of trouble are again dumped on my shoulders and I've got to go through it again. Geo! but I don't know what I've done or failed to do that my lot in life must bo so hard, and at times seemingly unbearable. It's almost enough to drive one to the drink of cocola. all lies, intended only to defame good names and lower our high characters. either myself or my Pals, 'cause it is rii That lying story of the cat fishing, concocted by Stevo May, aided and cay like and Just about the time care-free, I abetted by Thomas, has caused 19 boys, three men, two old maids and one grasswldow to call this office, enquiring as to how and whore they can get In seed of this particular stock of cats. No person who ever heard of Thomas and Stevo May would, for a moment, believe in any such tail, as this of the cat. ADMIiNISTItATOH'H o NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Catherine It. Stewait, deceased, are hereby notified to pro sent samo to me, properly proven, on or before June 10th., 1913. or they will be forever barred. Along with Washington's birthday, This April 28, 1919. Independence day, emancipation and JOHN II. STEWART. groundhog day, July the first day, 44top Administrator. will also go down in history as some day, long to bo remembered, but the LOST. most of wo old hardshells will go Into One red, unmarked, 10 years old sackcloth and ushes, Instead of Joy- cow. Disappeared from Simmons on fully celebrating the remembrance of the 10th of Apvil. Notify this day, which wo will look upon as HEItNIK McDANIEL a ghost, most pleasant forgotten. Simmons, Ky. 14tl-- p o. Kdltor Thomas has taken rooms with Howard Kills since Mrs. Thomas roturned to Louisville and wo asked Howard how he managed to put up with John Henry, and If ho didn't bother him a lot coming In lute of nights, but Kills says Thomas was not much trouble along tlio lato line stulf, as he was what most people would call an early rooster, that Is, he usually meets Thomas coming In to hit the hay along about tlio tlmo he guts out of mornings. LirrTKIl TO MtOTIIKK. St. Mr. Carl Algnan-Noyors, Franco. April 9th., 1919. Fralm. Ilockport, Ky. Dear brother: Will writo you a few linos this noon to let you know that I um In tlio best of health and hopo this will find you and all tho rest tho samo and enjoying lite. Wo are suro having fluo weathor hero now, Just like our Spring woathor Hope you aro buck in the States. Barring death, thu weather and having fine weather there too. myself while I bure did enjoy other elements, among which maybe, my wile's will may figure in tlio mut- away on my leave wish I could havo ter, when you guys read this stuff, if had seven mouths at St. Malo Instead yflu do, I'll bo on my way to Grassy of seven days, that is if I have to bo or some other down the river point In Franco that much longer, but here with three as fine and true old sports I Is hoping that the time will soon us could ever bo found In bone-drcome when I am to bid Franco adieu, territory, for u week's fishing. And but at present I havn't tho least Idea 1 wish now und here, to warn all good when I will get started back homo. IMioplo against bcllovlug any thing of liert Barnard Li in this camp now. ' whatsoever kind or character you 1 uaw him a fow evenings ago, and ho may &ee in tui,s blioet concerning win around laut night to see mo but y The Beaver Dam Breeders Assc-cintlhaving purchased of George Sowders, Mountain Boy, a black Jack, eligible to register. Alo a registered Jack, and a registered Percheron stallion, of Fisher &. Walker, of Indiana. We are now prepared to serve you, at our barn, In Beaver Dam, Ky. We will be glad to have you call and Inspect those animals beforo breeding elsewhere. . I was out and didn't get to see hlni. He Is here on a Special Order for re For description see posted bills. turn to the States for Immediate BEAVER DAM BREEDERS ASS'N By Chas. W. Mulllkln, Sec. discharge. 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