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The Hartford republican: May 9, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919050901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 9, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. t Jfatifcrd DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS I flijmbtijttttt. Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919. of burial provided for. Total of German Indemnities to bo determined by an lnter-Allle- d commission beforo May 1, 1921, after a fair hearing. Schedulo will be fixed for discharge of darman Indemnity obligations within thirty years. Germany Irrevocably recognizes full author ty of lnter-Allle- d reparations commission. Germany's initial Indemnity payment (20,000,000,000 marks), shall be mado in gold, goods and ships. Germany must pay civilians for acts of cruelty ordered by her represen tatives, Germany must pay for maltreatment of prisoners. Gormany must pay damages for enforced labor by civilians for levies or fines Imposed. To dlschargo her Indemnity obligations, Germany's domestic taxation system must bo proportionately as great U3 that in any Allied country. Gormany must agree to build 200,000 tons of shipping annually for the account of the Allies for five years. Germany must restore French flags taken In Franco-Prussia- n War of 1870. ' Gormany must pay entire cost of Armies of Occupation from dato of No. 45 Walter Croddock, Assault. Estill Ooff, Procuring L. Hlnes, Same. Crowder, C. D. W. Lawrence & C, Nulsanco. Douglas, &c, C. D. V. CIVIL DOCKET Oth I)ny, May loth. ; Taylor and Bean vs I. C. It. R. Lon Smith vs Davo King. 7th Day, May 12th. Oma Turner vs. M. L. Heavrln. Millie Hayden vs Uockport Coal Tom L. B. Basil Elvis PEACE TERMS NOW IN FORM AND PRESENTED TO GERMAN DELEGATES THE VERSAILLES CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY. THE CIRCUIT COURT NOW IN THIRD WEEK Much Business, Civil And Criminal, Has Been , AT Transacted. ft 3 " C. R. Rhoads vs P. L. Brown. 8th Day, Mny 13th. monrlng. Only civil business was L. D. Robinson vs McIIenry Coal disposed of at tho special term. The present week is being devoted chief Co. W. E. Porter vs E. & B. G. Packot ly to the criminal dockot. Co. Only a few of tho Juror3 summoned Q. W. Campfleld vs same. for tho rcgulr term appeared for serOth Day, May Mth. Most Drastic Terms Ever Required armistice to confirm renunciation of the treaty of Bucharest. etAll.-- 4 Demand The vice, and Germany have been Finley Carter vs Motion for ditch. All German concessions In Turkey, Russia, Brazil, Austria-Hungar- y and pressed Into service. Tho following Of a Conquered Foe In All The His W. L. Allen vs Jake Shaver. Bulgaria transferred to Allied reparations commission and credited to Jurors have been summoned for sor- O. L. Ensor vs Beaver Dam Coal tory Of War. vlco next week: Germany. Co. Clearing houses to bo established in all belligerent countries to handle J. M. Muffett, L. B. TIchenor, L. 10th Day, May 15th. F. Bennett, Charlie Smith. E. E. Roc- adjustment of pre-wdebts and contracts. A. N. Fulton vs I. C. R. R. Co. Allies may liquidate German private property In Allied territory as'ers, Clint J. Igleheart, J. W. Ed o Germany restores to Franco, U. S. Carson vs Cal. Stone. compensation for property of their nationals not recompensed by Germany monson, Sherod Rusher, George Bos- Germany nccopts internationalization of tho Saar Basin temporarily. Reet Westerfleld vs Frank Roberts. well, W. M. Baldwin, O. B. James, Germany shall bu bound to accept any agreement reached with her form- and for debts owed their nationals by German nationals. E. F. Culbertson V3 Beaver Dam Ernie Curtis, Berry Taylor, Flro Insurance contracts not considered dissolved by the war. R. O. Coal er allies. Co. Burgess, W. H. Davison, Ed Klrtley, All signatories agree to International contrbl of opium traffic. Promulgates tho Lcaguo of Nations. O. L. Turner, W. D. Smith, T. W. GOOD ROADS MEETING All German ports freo beforo the war must continue In that status. Danzig permanently Internationalized. Daniel, E. C. Balrd, S. N. Patterson, Ports of Elbe, Oder, Danube and Nlomen hirers internationalized. HELD AT CROMWELL Germany agrees to territorial changos toward Belgium and Denmark and Czecho-Slovakl- a Monroe Murphy, Alvin Fulkerson, J. to havo rail rights into Flume and Trieste. In East Prussia. Gormany must leaso Czecho-Slovaki- a warfhago In Hamburg and Stettin W. Arnold, R. C. Hudson, William A gJod roads meeting wa3 held at Germany cedes most of upper Silesia to Poland. Smith, J. A .Westerfleld, Ira Mosley, Cromwell Saturday. years. Germany renounces all her territorial and political rights outsldo of Eu- for ninety-nin- e Five car loads International labor offices to be established in Geneva ns part of League E. S. Klrtley, V. C. Elgin, Clem Ma- of Hartford citizens were In attendrope. ple, Luclan KImmel, T. B. Hlnton, ence. The meeting was for tho purof Nations organization. Germany recognizes total independence of German Austria, First meeting of tho International labor body will be held In October at W. H. Campfleld, Virgil Hlpsley, E. pose of organizing tho Cromwell and Poland. Washington (simultaneously with first League, of Nations meeting) to dis- J. Carter. community for assistanco In building Gorman army reduced to 100,000 men, Including officers. ' cuss International eight-hou- r day. SPECIAL TERM. the Owensboro and Bowling Green Conscription within German territories abolished. Germany to accept all decrees as to German ships by Allied prize courts. post road. Cromwell citizens disWednesday April 30. All German forts for fifty kilometers cast of tho Rhine razed. Tho treaty becoulos effective for each natiqn as that national formally All importation, exportation and nearly all production of war materials Virgil CraduocK vs W. G. McAdoo played a lively Interest In tho matter. ' ;' ratifies It. and the peoplo of that section of tho stopped. et al, verdict for defendent. Allied occupation of parts of Germany to continue until reparation made. J. C. DeWItt vs Emma Hedden, road may be depended upon to tako care of the section assigned to them. Any German violation of conditions portnlning to the Rhino zono con- SCHOOL BOARD MEETS verdict for defendent. FISHING PAItTV OFF L. E. Everley vs F. O. Coffman, A local organization was effected by AND FIXES SALARIES stitute an act of war. FOP. GRASSY' GREEN electing Ansel Haven chairman, E. W. German navy reduced to six battleships, six light cruisers nnd'twelve torv.erdict for defendent. and Charlio pedo boats with no suhmarnlcs. Wednesday mornI. N. Lanham vs L. & N. II. R. Co., Jackson Just at sunrise The county sctiool board met at Porter secretary-treasure- r. The offiGerman navy porsonnel to consist of not over 15,000. tho olllco of tho Superintendent, Mon- ing the good boat Angler lifted continued. All other war vonaels must bo surrendered or destroyed. J. W. Smith vs L. & N. R. R. Co., cers elected are wealthy and 'influenday. All members except Nat Llnd-le- y anchor at the Hartford wharf, and tial citizens, who will put will, energy G rinauy forbidden to build forts controlling the Baltic. wore presont. A number of trus- - pointed her nose toward the mouth of continued. and money in the movement, and All Heligoland fortifications must be demolished. Thursday May 1. Grassy, a point on Rough river near toes to fill vacancies were elected. Kiel canal to bo opened to nil nations. Herbert Westerfleld vs Arch Hoov- make it go. but tho most Important work of the the locks. Aboard were Fluke Germany must- - Httrrendor 'nor fourteen submarine cables. was the rating of teachers' j Fluke. Hoc Plrtle, Ed Barrass, John er, verdict for plaintiff for $150: , Germany's naval and military air forcos abolished after October 1. V."M. Render vs I. C. R. R. Co., MACHINE TURNS OVER were: Mooro nnd Joe Honry Park. Joe salnrles. Trustees elected FOUR PEOPLE HURT " C rmnny to accept full responsibility for nil damages to Allied and as- Thomas w'ilson, Salem; C. N. Bratch- - Henry will do the honors as cook. verdict for plaintiff for $122. sociated Governmnnts and nationals. T. M. Jones vs Bishop Coal Co., or Leach; Joe Miller, Horse Branch;" This bunch has now for many years Four people were hurt, two of them Germany must reimburse' all civilian dnmagos, beginning with an initial Oscar Taylor, Oakland; W. A. Taul, made a fishing trip on low- verdict for defendent for $25 on seriously; in an automobile accident, payment of 20,000,000,000 marks. counter claim. er Rough; going both spring and fall. Tauglowood. Subsequent payments In reparation to be securod by a bond Issue approved A. N. Fulton vs. I. C. R. R. Co., occurring at Walton's Creek church, Salaries for teachers were rated: Tho fall trip may be called off this late Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jesso by the reparation commission. year. continued. Assistant teachers, $10; emergency Raines, his wife, Mrs. James Gotf and. Germany must pay shipping damagos, ton for ton. Everything edible was stored In the school, second class certificate Initial REGULAR TERM. Miss Mattio TIchenor were In a maGermany must dovoto her economic resources to rebuilding devastod re- salary $45; omorgency cshool, second larder of the Angler except meat, the Tuesday May C. chine coming down the Point Pleasgions. class certificate, two or more years party having unlimited faith In sup Criminal Docket. ant road hill, when Mr. Rain3 Germany must revert to pre-wplying this finishing touch of the "most favored nations" tariffs without experience, $49. John Render, having liquor In pos made an effort and turn to the machlno discrimination. Second class school, second class food supply after arriving upon the session for purpose of sale, $50 and Into the Hartford and Centertown Germany must allow freedom of transit through, hor territories to Allied certificate, initial salary, $40. scene of adventure. They also took ten days in Jail. road his break rods broke, and losing-contro- l nationals. Second class school, second class along five gallons of buttermilk and Jake Bowen, disturbing public of the machine, It went over Germany must accept highly detailed provisions as to pro-wdebts, un certincate, two or more years ex a whole lot of grape Juice. Fishing worship, continued. a thirteen foot embankment, and on grape Juice is like working on a fair competition and other economic and financial matters. perlence, $51. Archie Condltt, seduction, married. turned head-o- n completely over, pinGermany must accept highly detailed provisions for iutornatlonallzatlou Emergency school, first class cer light diet, but well, It Is hard to F. B. Sullenger, cutting line tree, ning the occupants beneath the car. of roads and rivers. write about a fishing party without acquitted. tificate, Initial salary, $52. v Miss Mattye TIchenor was severely to be tried by an International high court. Tho Emergency school, first class cer- saying too much. The party will be Aaron Mosley, robbery, fined $50. cut about the head and face and ono Other violators of laws of war to bo tried. ' tificate, two or more yoars experience, gone about a week, barring a flood Loney B. Crowder, deserting Inof her ears was almost severed from In the river or running short of grape fant, continued. Holland to bo asked to extradite tho $54. her h'ead. None of the parties was Germany Is responsible for delivering other violators of International Second class school, first class cer- Juice. The folks will miss the boys James Browning, suffering gam- able to get from under tho car until law. at Sunday School, but wo all wish ing, fined $100. tificate, initial salary, $54. assistance arrived. When later takGermany to accept tho Lcaguo of Nations In prlnciplo, but without a good time and n bushel of Second class school, first class cer- them Guy Muffett, same offense, fined en to tho residence of Mr. Alney membership. tificate, two or more years experience, luck on this, perhaps the last fishing $100. Tichenor, brother of Miss TIchenor, labor body created. trip they may ever care to take. AfInternational B. M. Lawrence, same offense, fin$56. ho was unable to recognize either Various International bodies to execute provisions of tho treaty. First class school, first class cer- ter the first of July fishing will never ed $100. his sister or Mrs. Goff, on account of again be what it uster be. Commission created to govern the Saar Basin pending a plebiscite fifteen tificate, Initial salary, $56. Wednesday May 7. tho bloody condition of their face3 years hence. o Loney B. Crowder, seduction, set First class school, first class cer and clothing. Mr. Raines and wifo Commissions created for plebiscites In Mnlmedy, Schlcswlg and East tificate, two or moro years experience, BACCALAUREATE SERMON' for Friday. wore severely bruised and shaken up, Prussia. $58. E. A. Tilford, suffering gaming. FORDSVILLK HIGH SCHOOL but escaped moro serious injury. Details of disposition of German fleet and cables left to Allied Powers. All other grado certificates, fined $200. Parties who saw tho wrecked car afDisposition of formor Gorman colonies also left to Allies. Stato and Life, $GG to $60. Tom Richardson, adultery, fined ter Us mad leap were puzzled to unThe baccalaureato services for the Commissions to suporvlso the Saar Valloy, Danzig and overseo plebiscites per mouth oxtra to all graduating class of the Fordsvllle $25. Ono dollar derstand why soma or all of tho ocwill net under direction of tho League of Nations. High school graduates holding first High School will be held on Sunday, Broadway Coal Co., nulssance, dis- cupants of the car were not killed. Germany cedes to Belgium 382 square miles of torrltory between Lux- class certificates. May 11, 1919 at the Baptist church missed. emburg iiud Holland. Ono dollar per mouth additional to In Fordsvlllo. Silver King Novelty Co., nine cases, Rev. R. L. Branden11UFOR1) OR HEFLIN. Germany's cession to Poland isolates East Prussia from tho remainder of all Normal students who have attend- - burg, Pastor of the church, will fined $?00 on each count. Germany. ed four terms. preach tho sermon. Quito a bit of Losllo White, bad check, filed The building of tho Owensboro-Bowlin- g Gormnny's cessions to Poland comprise 27, CSC squaro miles; to Franco Oip dollar per month additional arrangements havo been made for away. post road Green federal 5, COO square miles (Alsace-Lorraine- .) when the average attendence for the the services. Special music will be Joe Duglas, deserting Infant, filed seems now to bo practically assured, Gormnny consents to the treaty establishing Belgium as a neutral State. torm exceeds 70 per cent, provided a given by tho choir. away. and tho only Important detail now to Luxomburg ceases to bo a momber of tho German tariff union. daily rcord is kept. Ernest Mayflold, shooting, ac be determined is whether It shall run There nro six graduates In the Alsnco-Lorraln- o goes to Franco without Alt Hohenzolloru property In class. Those nro among tho most quitted. by way of Buford or Heriln. Tho payment. NEW ROAD PROJECT. prominent families In tho community. DOCKET REMAINDER OF TERM Iluford routo Is soma three miles Franco gains permanent possession of Saar coal mines regardless of reFor this roason, as well as tho lntor-o- st 4th Day, May 8th. shorter than the Heflin route, but sult of Saar Plebiscite. At a. meeting of rond and fUcal that peoplo of tho community people living along tho Heflin route Denver Coots, House D. Germany renouncos to China romalndor of Boxor Indemnities, officials, of counties iuterosted, havo in the school, there will be a W. S. Boswell, Suffering gaming. have bestirred themselves In tho matGormauy renounces to China all public property nnd concessions lu China at Dawson Springs, Thursday, of largo nudlenco in attendance. Will Daugherty D. Woman. ter of raising a road fund, as well as except Kino Chan. aclast week, it was decldqd, a donating suttablo road bed chnngas. , Ira Daugherty, Seduction. Gormauy renounces all rights in Morocco. cording to newspaper reports, to A SKINLESS COON. Cecil Daniel, Samo. Those In chargo of the projoct Germany recognlzos British protectorate over Egypt., change tho plans for the so called Esqulro James A. Bollug, a former havo no choice but to follow the ra Vernio Eskrldgo, Same. Besides Upper Silesia, Gormauy cedos tho greater part of Posen and "River Road," contemplated to fol- -, member of tho ffscal court.and a well- B. II. James & c, Shooting. offering tho groator assistant West Prussia to Poland. low near tho Ohio rvlor, to practical-- ! known citizen vouches for tho truth B. H. James, C. D. W. tho road must bo built ok Gormany codes Momol to tho associated Powors. Jy parallel tho Illinois Central rail-jthis romarkahlo story. A number private V. L. Anderson, B. of P. subscription. W and port facilities are assured to road from Louisville to Paducah. If of years ago Mr. Bollug and two Freo uso of Danzig's waterways stand tho Heflin route p Herbert Chlnn & C, Samo. such a change In plans Is made tho .other men, who are still living, cut Poland. Herbort Chlnn, Suf. Gum. fered to furnish right of k treaty. Germany accepts abrogation of tho road would como through Ohio coun-'- a "coon tree", and after tho treo had necessary to change fr Samo, C. D. W. ty. No Ohio county representative! fallen found a coon apparently dead, Allies reservo right for Russia to obtain reparation from Gormauy. ed road, and to contrli Same L. for sale. Germany cedes Japan all rights In Shantung peninsula. attended tho meeting referrod to, and They proceeded to take tho furry Ed Cook, D. Infant. toward building the r our only Information of what occured coat from the animal and were then German army must demobilize within two months after peace signed. not authorized to speak; nth Day, May Oth. All German munitions establishments must bo closed within three months Is from tho press reports. amazed to soe it rlso up and walk Sol Embry, D. infant. having the matter In ok This new project will not divert away. After walking some dlstanco after peace signed except whero othorwlse specified by Allies. assumo that on account Will Daugherty, L. for sale. No militaristic societies shall bo permitted In Gormany. tho attention of our people from the It turned and looked toward the a more direct route the Albert Holbrook, Seduction. German warships may bo roplaced only at expiration of twenty years Owonsboro-Dowlln- g Green route. It scene of Its flaying when Mr. Doling along the Buford routa Simon Denntson, Injuring Prop. would bo impractical for Ohio coun-jshIt with u rifle. Tho coon had for battloshlps and fifteen for destroyers. only to equal the coat Frank Douglas & C, Aid. Prls. Allies will retain German hostages until persons accused of war crimes ty to finance both routes and wo evidently been so stunned by the fall Tom Hlnes, Procuring L. fered by the Heflin think the peoplo will prefer to con- - of the tree that It was unconscious are surrendered. (the building of the ro Elbert Murphy, G. Larceny. Reciprocal exchange of information regarding dead prisoners and places struct the O & B. O. route. I of tho skinning process. L. & N. R. R. Co., Overcharge. ford and Pleasant Rid . circuit court closed Saturday, and the regular May term opened Monday Tho special April term of tho Ohio Co. HUNS MUST PAY PRICE OF CRIMES to-b- e ar Alasce-Lorrain- " Czccho-Slova-lc- la ' an Mc-boa- rd ar ar er J ot Brest-Lltovs- j , ot I : tho President of tho United States? THE BUSINESS MAN'S VIEW OK PUIJIilC SCHOOLS Why should ho expect It, demand It, to take his doll rag and threaten Criticism No. 3. FOR G. 0. P. MEET and bo homo unless they play tho My third criticism, as a business game his way? Why should tho Fourteen points ho as Invlolablo and man, looking back upon his own ex.smWW. as Incrrant as Holy Writ? Is It not perience in school life, and as an obkm Bcthurum Tipped As possible that thirteen points would server of present-da- y Judge methods, Is Or Is It this: Whereas, there are three kinds bo preferable? or fifteen? Chairman Of The r, not barely posslblo that somebody of static tho efforts of Convention. or our school system are primarily dielse Orlando, or Clcmenceau, Lloyd George, might havo a valua- rected toward tho development of ' ble point or so? Why Mr. Wilson's only one of the three. Is As I see It, static Arrangements for tho Republican points and nobody else's? Mr. Editor, my Democracy runs first Intellectual, or "head power;" irtnto platform convention to be held May, 14, In Lexington, have been back at least threo generations and I second, emotive or "heart-powertinictlcnlly completed, It was learned have never voted any but tho Demo and, third, physical, or A few minor details .cratlc ticket, and I havo thought that nnd our school system, taken as a Sere yesterday. Jiavo not yet been nrranged by the j Woodrow Wilson was tho greatest whole, Is primarily directed toward Lexington committee, but everything. statesman In the world, but I must tho developemcnt of "head-power;- " smoke, practically Is In readiness for the canfess that as an American citizen, almost entirely Ignoring the develop state-wid- e gathering of Republicans tho spectacle wo are witnessing in, ment of "heart-powerfrom whence for what It is assorted will bo tho Europe brings tho blush of shamo to 'springs moral law or righteousness In most harmonious convention ever i my cheek. Surely a taste of powor the sense of Tightness, and all too Mother-in-la- w has turned our President's head. Has effectually attending to the develop- In Kentucky. will be 2,414 delegates to he no modesty, no sense of propor- - ment of tho physical power of the Then tho convention, on tho basis of tho, Hon? Must ho bo the whole show? child. As a business man, I there apportionment adopted In the call of For myself, I wish ho would come lore venture to suggest that our .tfie. Republican Stnte Committee, of home, as he Is threatening to do, and school system should bo radically re irhtcu Louisville and Jefferson Conn- - i let Lloyd George nnd Clcmenceau end vised to the end of so shaping its Jti'ivlll send 281. Tho delegates will this war and give Germany a square mode of procedure that there will be And I wish he would bring a uniform effort looking to the de be selected at throughout the state next Saturday. our boys homo. A month ago he velopment of the "wholo" boy and the said he was going to bring them back "whole" girl; the development Iilrigc Itetlmruin Chairman. of The tentative arrangements for the at the rate of threo hundred thousand "heart" and"hand" ns well as "head. convention, it was said, provide that a month, but he isn't doing It, and I am well aware that there Is a ten p' Judge II. J. Ucthurum, of Somerset, admiral somebody elso sas In to dency at work In this direction, notabe made permanent chairman. Statu day's paper that It will be Septem- bly, the introduction of ways and Chairman E. T. Franks, of Owoiu-bo- ro, ber of next year boforo they have all means whereby the child can use his hands, and thus learn to do useful will call the convention to or- come home. 1 Well, here's hoping wo .shall get things while in the school-rooI der, after which ho will turn tho ravel over to Judge McKcnzIe Moss. out of the welter and muck some, refer to the teaching of domestic of Howling Green, as temporaiy sweet day; that Franco, despoiled, de science and manual training ami tin- filed, defloured, but glorious still, will teachinc. more and ninri nf tho usi. chairman. It does not appear likely tlu. there irhe from her ashes more virile, more ful arts which can be utilized in inD (j .ill be any contests for itejuib nan prosperous, more polite, more heroic, dustry and In many phases of commerce. I claim, without fear of sucnoMlnatlons In tho August primary, more glorious than ever; that I will still rule the wave; that cessful contradiction, 'that as yet in which event the ticket woiili' be certified to the secretary rfit stat' our beloved country, first in war, first there has been but little effort along expenwithout a primary, as provide 1 under in peace, and first in the hearts of tho line of training tho character of our world countrymen, will bo o child; in other words, the develop- tho state primary election law. sive possiways ready, hereafter, to save her ment of what I call "heart-power- " Mill-roTn IIlmiI Ticket. in bly Edwin P. Mornn , r.f Somerset. own skin, If not to make tho world distinction from the work of the n ill bead the ticket as the candidate 3afo for democracy; and that, final- head and hand. Iiusiness men are fast waking up to for governor. Others who have beeT ly, Germany may, In despite of our pipe of mentioned for places oa the ticket president, get what's coming to her, tho fact that just ns ability the rein way. S. Thruston Ballard, of if it takes a hundred years and n sult of the development of intellectual follow: I oulsvillc, for lieutenant goenmr, French and British garrison in every power, so is reliability the result of the development of constructive diluJohn J. Craig, of Kenton County, for town. it is your J. FLOYD COLLINS. of tive power, best doscrlbed possibly, in state auditor; James A. Walla-'ato enjoy, Kstill, for tato treasurer; S. S. Wilthe language of the buslne--- s man, of t fil '$& ' I lis, of Iloyd, for attorney general; J. Do you get up at night? Sanol Is as "heart-power- ," and I believe it is of smoksurely tho best for all kidney or blad- one of the good signs of the times M. Perkins, of Franklin, for secrc cary that der troubles. Sanol gives relief in ers, ' mild and friendly In of state; W. C. Hannn, of Shelby lor 2 1 hours form all backncho nnd blad- tho man ong..grd business is 6 i o.iimissioner of agriculture, an It. der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed awakoning to the fact that the best tobacco. V. Green, of Warren, for Superinten- remedy. 50c and fl.00 a bottle at ability is reliability. 46-y- r the drus etore. Moro and more dent of Public Instruction. is the businoes jQffe&fifftuSfcicai Gx world placing a premium on liabiliMr. Morrow arrived In Louisville TO AUTOMOBILE OWNEKS. ty and dependability; and we all Tostorday and will remain here ' fi " ""M- mknow that stuffing tho head with throughout the week, making prepartl'.l P"i hi ft' Tho Revenue act of 19 IS Section facts pertaining to ations for tho opening of an active 1001 provides the "arts and than on and after sciences, and all tho rost of tho curEi ' llll campaign immediately after the LexJuly 1, 1919, any person who oper- riculum taught in our schools, col-Roll a VELVET ington convention. i ates or rents automobiles for hire leges and universities Cigarette will not alone! Xf shall pay Government licenso as fol- beget reliability In VELVET'S naturvagod the individual. C'ane of Headache. ' lows: Car with seating capacity of mildness and smoothness We all know it to be a fact and not y knowing the cause, a disease ,miro than two and not excluding 7, maka it jutt right for a theory that it require both correct cigarettes. O This is nrtiy often be avoided. a year. Seven or more, $20 a nourishment and correct use to re-- ! ticularly true of headache. The yoar. suit In education or development of most common cause of headache Is a This license applies to each and the physical muscle. Neither of theso disordered stomach or constipation, Lvory car operated. person Any processes alone is sufficient. It moral, because In the handi of a jPormanent results cannot bo obtnlned of nil my precautions I am but a may be corrected by taking a ceptlng feo for one ride Is subject two requires both of them, and one Is go.id physician, few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. 10 tho tax.. Person's falling to abido formless sea of flesh. I exerclso nil it is practically paln- - from local applications of the Just as essential as the other. depilatories. 'eiis, tho intense cold producing a Of course, barium the time, but that doesn't do mo a Try it. Many others havo obtained oy this law are liable to severe This, or strontium sulphide and other hair bit of good. Mrs. S. T. relief by taking theso ty. You can secure these license by physical however, is not a law of the pedes of local anesthesia. man alone. It applies to the They are easy to take and applying to John T. May, Deputy destroying agents will corrode the Prom tho harems of ConstantinoTablets. elo- -' p m Revenue Collector, Central City, Ky., intellectual nnd the spiritual mild and gentle in effect. hair so that It can be scraped off with ple, which are filled with tho My "I"' are roUB'1 and " 'ckpro mouts in man's being. Any of tho ladles that aro In fashion over or Josh T. Griffith, Collector. 0v- - constructvio ',ooklnB' specially in tho Spring a blunt knife, but this will be only faculties or qualities of temporary because tho hair follicle there, comes this recipe which is usVOICE OK THK PKOPLE. ensboro, Ky. head or heart will educt or develop !Plpaso a(,v,se me ot a KOod I10"""10 ed, so an escaped inmnte tells mo, m that wUI kco" them swooth aiul I)ret- - Itself is not killed. Tho head of tho government de- it rightly nourished and rightly used. O'. Margurite II. when a favorite becomes too fat. In Mr. Editor: That is to say, if tho mind of tho You think the prolongation of the partmental office was reproving u Although I am exceedingly thin 1 such a case the overlord orders that n cnrcfuI not to ",ut to much' child is fed on the right mental food p massugo Peace conferenco proceedings arises subordinate for having written an mil very fond of Turkish baths. Do she bo given a bone-deeWl" while in tho school-rooand his " ou navo u,al "aml you your nml you dally with this lotion: from tho insistence for a square deal insufficiently clear letter. "He who lips think thoy are bad for me? L. that this is one reason work involves tho doing of things re2 ounces by the President. A square deal for does not make himself understood," A Turkish bath may be taken once Lodido ot potassium quiring the exercise of constructive chap so easily. Here is a pomade Champhor wator 2 ounces I thundered tho chief, "is a fool. Do or Germany? whom? France? "u" wmL" ,ou s""um "B"u "u,s a weok without injury, provided it U Alcohol qualities, then the uunlklcs which 2 ounces wonder If President Wilson is the you understand me, eh?" taken prudently. A woman who U power sago your lips overy night result In service-renderin- g "No, sir." Argonaut. only one who wants a square deal. grow, develop and Oil of sweet almonds . . . .125 grams thin should not remain in tho hot cannot help but Doe anyone Imagine that tho grand 28 grams room more thun ten minutes. White wax After When ou navo Dackacho tho liver unfold eld "Tlgro" wants anything but a the scrub do not Uo In blankets, as or kidneys are suro to bo out ot gear. 28 grain As one author, whoso writings I sl,or'aco' Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho iquurc deal? Is Mr. Wilson trying i gram your fat sisters do, but go to a cooler liver, kidneys have been privileged to read, puts it: uii ui uurgamui nnd bladder A trial to give everybody a uquaro deal, or Is 2 grams room nnd there take a massage, askUN plus JXU equals E, which inter- Oil of geraniur 50c bottlo will convluco you. Got I ho, perhaps, trying to give Germany ing your inassouuso to use the follow- at tho drug storo 40-preted, means, right nourishment an "oaty peace." Ho has long since Can you tell mo how to get rid of ing, which is excellent to put flesh plus right use equals education. declared for a "peace without vicon the meagre body: TWENTY COUNTIES Moro and more the business men nn ugly purple birthmark on my uptory." lie is afraid of another gram Tannin VOTED KOAI) TAX of tho country appreciate tho rola per llii? Constanro. blunder with its after15 grams "uro :iro buvunu 'ul""s " VK" Lanolin . ,. tionship of physical fitness to the ser- g and resentmath of 10 grams uwcomra Oil of sweat almonds uh " power of Indi- - lor The following counties to dato havo ment. Hut we know tho Germans Impurities from your body vidual, and while here, the and tions known ns naovl. One physl there bow, and we know that however easy Not only Is my bust undeveloped, voted tho 20 cent road tnx: clan tells mo that bis favorlto method yonder, many schools are, to somo deFayotto Fulton the poaco they will just bldo their as you would dirt from gree, paying attention to this matter, is to slough It off by tho uso'ot car- but my entlro body Is too thin. How Shelby Carllslo lime till thoy think they can accombon dioxide. Others do It by Intro- - shall I go about adding to my weight? your home. I feel and in this I am by no means Franklin Livingston plish what thuy.hnvu just tried and MIh II. II. l" ""' alono that there is much room for u,,t,"B ua,K,u uluro , Lctcnor then civilized men will have to fight Constipation is the cause Improvement In respect of physical at tn 1)a80 of ,ho ,,inrk- - tak,,1B "ev- - . lly putting yourself on a caroful Nolson Martin gain for llfo nnd liberty. Tho leoporal sittings, if necessary, for this diotary of flesh forming foods; by Morcer culture in our schools. of much disease. I.1'urposo. Theso sutures Impedo the exorcising daily In tho opon air and I'lko Wolfo ard muy change his spots, tho manTbn nriutv-iMnnf th i,n,u. ia tnd Owsloy aging tiger may hocomo a harmless oirc,llilt,("' 'so off tho color by massaging your whole body with Hopkins Keep your system clean important as tho education of tho Estill aeoMuary cat. From Julius Caesar's nnd aftor o whllo tho growth this wonderful ourvo-makin- g and Owen intellect; and tho education of th0 Washington McCreary by using ("B8 of malnutrition nnd is evontual- - flehli building croam: time till now deceit and falsehood ... imnrtv . , if .vihini, lliuta tlllU( VUllk i...nn.nn wu friarf.atae( nutlor 6 ounces Grant anil plotting and thieving and highly replaced by healthy colorless tis- Krosh mutton tallow than elthor of tho other two. Muhlonburg Cumberland C ouncos Lanolin handed robbery and ruthlesanaiis havo sue. S a Hancock Immji tho stock In trade of Germany's Spermacotl ounce Hoary Perry Vov a Sprnlned Ankle. 4 ounces Carroll you tell mo of a nourishing Cocoaiiut oil ruler. For two thousand yonrs thoy Will A careful oxanilnatlon of tho abovo As soon as possible after the Injury cream suited to a worn-ou- t bavo schemed ami lied nnd fought sftln, and Is rooelved got a bottlo of Chambor- - yet one that will not Induce (ur a "placo In tho sun" or somo-lKiiPloase toll mo if tho application ot list will show that a groat muny of tho laln's Llnimont and follow tho plain; growth of hair? C. C. L. due's land. After their scholthe electric noedlo to a superfluous tho counties that havo voted tho tax, printed directions which accompany) have much better roads than some ars have cast nsldo tho lllble as no Horo Is ono that cleansos as woll growth Is painful. S. It. tho bottle. i as feeds tho skin. Naturally this treatment can sel- counties that havo dofeated tho tax. inoro than a scrap of papor, it la no Its ingredients aro wonder that solemn treuties havo to simple, but tho combination will bo dom bo accomplished without some What 1j tho reason? Safe Mild Sure share tho samo fate. 1SKAUTY QUESTIONS. Tho tax paid by tho people of Kenfound especially gruteful to worn- - pain but I understand that it Is nover very sovere. However, somo phy- - tucky for bad roads Is far lu oxces3 All honor to Clemenceau. Uo out skin like yours knows what his country has suffered Highly recommended for On my loft cheek there is a mole Almond oil 2 ounces slclsus administer nitrous oxide and of what tho tax would bo for good and ho dosu't want to see It happen Ms Spermaceti ounce oxygen analgosla, which renders the roads. that greatly distresses Torpid Liver, Biliousness, this be removed without mo. Could White wax again. Uo wants a squaro deal for v. ounce procobs paiuloss without producing Perry county perhaps holds tho leaving a Franco. Ho wants to see tho amelio Tho process Itself 1 ounce-- uucousclousnoss. only 72 votes wero cast against scar? W. C. Cucumber Juice Constipation and Indiges ration of present conditions boforo wo My lite has been a porfoct misery Is necessarily quite tedious and re- the tax lu that county. Klectrolysls, if employed by an ex- tion. go joyriding In Utopia. Ho would pen, will drive tho most Every county in Kentucky has gono for several yoars because I huvo such quires considerable skill to make suro liko to sou somo castles built In nvcle from uuy face, Raving "jut little a horrid growth of hair on my chin. that each bulb Is absolutely dead and over tho top in tho Liberty Loan, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS If uny scar. Ptanee before too many aro built lu Another method ii the' Do you know ot anything that will cannot permit the growth of any Red Cross and Y. M. C. A. drlvo3, now MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Spain, more hair. why not go over the top for road'JK use of frozen carboa dloxido or mo? Mrs. J. K. II. Why should the entire membership br.nlc huow,' as It Is sometime cnllo-- i Let us have good roads, NOT EVENThe only ray ot hope I can bold of the i'sdco coufcieuce gho way to I do not eat to excess, yet In spite I TUALLY, HUT NOW! ;'. h'j latter Is an excellent uiean3 of out for you lies la the eloctrlc noedlo. PLANS COMPLETE PHPHff MsktTmOsm THE I man-powe- mnn-pow- ," 1 1 KFVBACCO JJTHEN I Nature not by I hand-power- ;" ," I want my tobacco cured by Mother Process. j I ld J i $y m Nature's methods no stunts, no "hurry-uage- There is nothing harsh , f ing in wooden hogsheads, brings out all the kindly comfort of fine Ken- VELVET during its two years Her quiet, patient way with ( Uri-tan- ia tucky Burley leaf. al-th- 1 The quicker, less methods cannot produce the fragrance, coolness and downright qualities VELVET, cured Nature's Today privilege with hundreds thousands other this VELVET , .,$-- . $J 1 &$iMMM$iml ", " i s & s . par-$io.0- ' ch -( ( penal-jiormnne- nt ! ovor-pjum- 'l ' i yr A Alsac- e-Lorraine honrt-burnln- "nK """ 0P. a' M-- aHC M ly Vur-Jhol- p WHEAT PLEDGE WILL BRING PROBLEMS Lack Of Plan By Congress Leaves Much To Be Puzzled Out. 3. May Washlngton, Embarrassing complications In regard to tho payment to farmers for this year's whept crop are raising. How is the fund of $1,000,000,000 in a do available for carrying Into effect the $2 2C wheat guarantee to bo used? This i the question that tho government authorities have not ycj. answered. Congrocs did not lay down any guarantee plan. Ono method proposed is that tho fund bo drawn on to pay bock to tho farmers any deficit ncy that may occur in the prlco Thus, for instance, If of wheat wheat should naturally drop to $1.50 per bushel, tho grain corporation would htund ready to buy at $2.2G tfr else would see that producers of grain get their full price through a bonus to them. Tho recent statement of Herbert lltiittnv (tint It ft nrlon tt itil U'nnl i " .. ...'". .vn linnti enmii- tl Flft nor ttifahnl hml ,.w. It not been for government intcrfcr-rnc- o has put a new and price-fixin- g face on the situation. Some persons now predict that the price of wheat will in fact go to some such lovel tho end of the present season ami that then the grain corporation will be faced with the duty of "maintaining" a price of $2.26 per bushel In favor of the flour miller. New Problems Arise. Embargoes will bo removed, it la assumed, when peace Is restored, and it will then be necessary to settle tho question as to whether tho grain produced in this country can be freely oold abroad, or whether tho grain corporation is to be permitted to take It over at the old price. Most persons assume that tho corporation can not take the grain in this way after tho conclusion of peace and that consequently the billion dollars may bo needed in buying the grain at higher prices, if established in the market In accordance with the Hoover prediction and in supplying it at a fixed price to the consumer. The determination of a definite-policmay have to await tho return o this country of Herbert Hoover. Uoth the farmer and the consumer of bread are demanding protection. Senator Kellogg, of Minnesota, who is receiving many Inquiries from the g Northwest, said today: "As I understand it, tho plan congress had in mind authorizes tho president to purchase the grain at tho guaranteed price, and to sell it nt a world market price. There is a provision In the bill which is supposed to effectuate that object. Power. Giw- -. I'ri'-ldc"It provides that the President may purchase, for cash, or sell, consign or contract for tho sale of, for cash or on credit, wheat of tho crops of 191S nnd 1319 and flour produced therefrom at tho guaranteed prices or at such other prices and on such terms :inP conditions as may bo nocoesary to carry out the purposes of this act and to enablo the peoplo of the United States to purchase wheat products at a reasonable price." "Of course," added Sonator Kellogg, "the grain corporation, which Is tho machinery to be used in purchase and havo some Influence in foreign Jfiurkcts In fixing the world's lovel prices, because whatever amount Eu- " ropo draws from Argentina, from and India V ustralia, from Canada tnoso are inu uwy cuuuincs which tho European countries tun obtain a supply In all human probability she must still purchase from us 250,000,000 to 350,000,000 bushels of wheat, depending upon tho world's crop, and while wo may havo a much larger surplus than that, yet I think anybody will realize that our soiling agency may havo some Influence in the European countries in But undoubtedly, fixing prices. Bhould there be a great world surplus, wo could maintain the world market at $2.2G n bushel. Of the $1,000,000,000 appropriated for the purpose of holding the wheat price at $2.20 a bushel not to exceed 13,000,000 may be used for administrative expenses. 4 ,. ..w bc-fo- ro whiiat-producln- nt r v-a- nu 4-oi- . CASTORIA SOLDIERS SCRUBBING. To scrub the floor for oven so estimable a gentleman as Colonel House, as Mr. Richard Seeylo Jones romarks in his Paris correspondence is a poor 'ii 'the reward for services rendered in the Argonne. Colonel House and the other American peace makers and designers housed in tho Hotel Crlllon doubtless track mud and otherwise lt&ke scrubbing a necessity; but Juet Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S why Amorican soldiers should ho call-- I SUFFRAGISTS TO ed upon to perform this task we arc HUSH CONGRESS ...........I .......................................T..... If" l.ll'"1tlllin-iiiiwiiwnminot ahlc to say. Washington, May 3. When the It may be answered thst tho unl-- i formed scrubmen that slush suds new Congress convenes In special sesaround tho Hotel Crlllon floors do so sion tho legislators will find camping from choice, and that they arc not on their heels tho most determined compelled to engage In this menial "petticoat army" that ever assembled servlco unless they so desire. This, in Washington. . .. however, wo submit, Is not a sufPlans are being made by the sufii n n ficient answer, and Is one that over-- fragists to "rush" congress In bc'half looks the essential opposition to tho of tho immediate passago of the fed- n mo linnuriri. ji erai suuragc amendment. Willi ail the uniform of the American soldier the efforts that have been put forth I "WithcmtOnce stands for anything, and for two during the congrcisolnal races to seJ Shifting Gears years we havo loudly proclaimed that cure votes for the amondment, it is j V It does, then It Is worthy of a hlghor ndmitted by the .suffrage leaders that 4370 Miles JL ' station in the Hotel Crlllon than that : they are ttlll one vote "shy" in the j ' .' b 7 days and 7 of the scrub bucket mid the mop, A nights !ji I MIm Allco Pual .Chairman of the soldier may properly scruh his bar-- i 'Vt racks and perform such other duties National Woman's Party, said conns are neeewwry to his own health cernlng the situation of the Senate: nnd comfort. That is ono thing; but "The failure of Senators Dial, of when he is put to work as a soldier South Carolina, Keyes, of Now floors and washing dishes shire; Harris, of Georgia; and Har-fo- r a hotelful of peacemakers and rison, of Mississippi definitely to dc- thelr families, he becomes a standing clare their positions Involves the why a great ninny Amcri-luatio- n In uncertainty." "Ninety-tw- o cans want nothing to do with tho arsenators havo anmy. nounced their suffrage stand, Sixty-thre- e against. are for and twenty-nin- e If Paris is totally destituto of and Of the four uncertain men, threo arc if dishwashers scullions generally are not to ho had, Democrats and one is a Republican. It is proper that such soldiers as have Of those pledged, thirty-eigare Re- a taste for this sort of work should publicans and twenty-flv- o are Domo- have the opportunity to indulge pro- - crats. The proportion of Republicans fltably in It but as private Indi- and Democrats in' support of the f viduals, not as soldiers. Breaks Gear Non-Sto- p amendment therefore stands 78 per uniform should ever stand for cent Republicans to 53 per cent Dem- The Seven days of pounding over country lanes and through service ocrats. valorous and blocked city streets in Oklahoma always in sealed high In the army and navy, and should a good many weeks the For gear each day showing an average of 624 miles and an be confused with exploits per- - tlor.al Woman's Party or militant i average of 20.66 miles to the gallon of gasoline. formed with sapolio or tho Gold Dust suffrage organization, has hpen Not once did the motor miss an explosion. Not even for the comfort of Col. House gaged In trying to "smoke out" sen-a spark plug was changed. any other private Individual. ators and representatives on the ques- Let us show you an exact duplicate of this rcmarlcjablOj' tion of the national suffrage amendSeattlu Model 90 car. ment. Senator Stanley's statement I follows: "It affords me Infinite pleasI CUNNING SOUKS OP ure to advise you that I shall LONG STANDARD CURED . HV NUMBER to i ate with the great and wise man K-VM.A.W1 I" . wnom rroviuence nas pui ai me neim Oreilud Model Nutty Five Pauengrr Tooting Cr, J9S5 lab. Toltda James Robinson, S21 Rowley St., of the state, at this trying hour, and X Come to our store , Evansvillp, Ind., makes the following 1 shall in this matter of the Susan Anthony amendment, which Is very statement: "I suffered for five years B. with running sores from blood poison near his heart, glvo him my hearty of long standing. I doctored with and unequivocal support tho best physicians nnd tried a number of advertised remedies but regold, but a little more than half of and lack of sunshine." MERCHANT MARINE SEEKS ceived no permanent benefit. My FOR FLETCHER'S MEN IN THIS SECTION this belongs to the gold settlement The reports of yellowing plants are brother-in-laR. TaClock, advised fund of the Federal Reserve Board. the first crop damage reported 'on. mo to try 'Number 40 For The Blood.' The United States Shipping Board Silver dollars in the Treasury, which the present crop, which tho last GovAfter using tho first bottlo I was benernment report said promised to be is again seeking men In this section a little more than a year ago amountCKNTRNARY OK THE COLLAR. efitted and was completely cured with live bottles and at this time, twelve to be trained for the Merchant Ma ed to $490,000,000, had been reduced a record breaker in quantity and Quato $299,711,000 by melting down of lity. It is just one hundred years sinco rine. montlis later, I have experienced no The Modern Miller estimates the Applicants are directed to apply for approximately $260,000,000 of silver signs of tho disease returning." Per- the first detachable collar was made area affected by the disease at 300,-0sons suffering with blood poison in by tho wife of a New York black- enrollment to the local agent of the dollars for export in India. acres. .s any form should not delay but get smith, In order to save herself the Shipping Board's Recruiting Service, ' Number 40" at once. Sold by Ohij trouble of too frequently washing his JAMES H. WILLIAMS, 214, Maine CORN CROP OF U. S. THREATENED County Drug Co. shirts with their collars made nil in St., Hartford, Ky. m The minimum age of applicants ac I ono piece, as was then the custlm. Philadelphia, April 25 Tho corn NEWSPAPERS CRY OUT Tho Idea appealed to the minister cepted is IS years. They aro sent to crop of the United States is threaten j AGAINST WILSON VIEW of the church they both attended, the Boston, being reimbursed by the Rev. Ebenezer Brown, who, on his Shipping Board for their iare. They ed. This statement was made Rome, April 25 The reply of retirement from the ministry ten are rated at first as apprentice sea- by Dr. L. C. Howard, chief of the Premier Orlando to President Wil- years later, opened a small factory men, stewards or firemen, being giv- Bureau of Entomology, United States son apparently has made a deep im- and started to manufacture detacha- en their choice in this respect. They Department of Agriculture, Washingpression on the Italian press and vir- ble collars as a business proposition. agree o serve one year In the Mer- ton, who spoko before the American They quickly became popular, and' chant Marine, and are placed on large Philosophical Society at tho second tually every Italian newspaper dethree-da- y session here. votes much editorial comment to the from this insignificant beginning, the seagoing training ships, for two meeting of a Dr. Howard said the European corn grown to its present im- 'nri'ths' training on pay. They we.ir statement. industry has Premier's a blue uniform and work under good borer, a comparatively new parasite, mense proportions. The Populo Romano says: Introduced Into this country from living conditions. "Italy replies as ono man to her foreign shipments, has obtained a U On finishing their training, the apnor Government who deKILLED. j King, and Mrs. F. M. lones. o! BI prentices ship in Merchant crews at strong foothold in New England and Vitt mand with unswerving tenacity their Palmer, Okla., writes: full pay for . icir ratlnf, which for New York. Great damage has alreaHolslngfors, national sacred and impregnable Finland, May 1. "From the time 1 endy been done. rights." Bolshevik axmen decapitated sixty an ordinary seaman is $55 a month, tered into womanhood "If this borer reaches the corn-flolI 1 looked with dread After describing tho Premier's re-p- lj American soldiers at the capture of for a steward $C0 and for a fireman of the West," he said, "I don't as a proud and thrilling docu- - Shenkurst in a surprise attack made $75 a month, with board and quarters from one month lo the see what is going to save them. And included. possible by the work of spies. j mont the Corriere D'ltalla says: next. 1 suffered with my Boys entering, this servlco are en- there seems to be but slight hope of "Tho American peoplo can not bo back and bearing-dow- n couraged to keep their eyes open for our being able to eradicate the pest." In agreement with a man who so pain, until life to me was DARWIN AND TDK MULK. I promotion. There is nothing to prehaughtily arrogates to himself tho a misery. 1 would think STILLS ARE DESTROYED 1 could not endure the right to decide tho fate of Europe Charles Darwin, tho distinguished vent a country boy who enters this IN WEST VIRGINIA against the desires of its governments scientist, paid this fine, and just, servlco now as a sailor becoming a pain any longer, and I Huntington, W. Va., May 3. Fedgradually got worse. . . and its peoples." tribute to tho too often maligned ship captain in five years and Mer- eral and State officers and members Nothing seemed to help chant captains aro now earning as The Idea Nazlonnlo declares that mulo: of the Huntington police department me until, one day, . . not ono Italian would dare to sign "Ho always appears to be a most high as $4500 a year. Thero is also staged a moonshine raid In tho hills 1 decided to a peace as. proposed by President surprising animal. a hybrid a fino opportunity for firemen to be- of Lincoln county, West Va., yesThat come engineers, tho demand being Wilson. should possess more reason, memory, terday. Seven stills were destroyed TAKE The Italia considers that President obstinacy, social affection, nnd pow- brisk for good men, and marine enIrromedlably ers of muscular endurance than cith- gineers on American ships are earn- and many thousands of gallons of Wilson has perhaps mash confiscated. Two men, Scott Jeopardized the peaco of tho world. er of its parents seems to indicate ing as high as $3450 a year. Gardener and Harrison Ncase, allegThe newspapers announco that pa- that art has hero outinastercd nature. ed owners of ono of the stills, were urging tho Italian triotic societies are This testimony is supported by all V. S. DEBTS NOW arrested. peoplo to address an appeal to the tho Intelligent men wo have ever met $2 1,821,3 15,000 American who really knew the mule. American peoplo and the Neighbor How did that naughty Senato and House of Representatives. Washington, May 3. Public dobt llttlo uoy of yor.rs fet hurt? m "I'm going to got a divorce. Jty of tho United States Government was Ditto That good little boy of CAMPS PERMANENT wife hasn't spoken to me for six reported today by tho Treasury as yours hit him un tho head with a SAYS GEN. MARCH months." $24,824,345,000. Mick. tjiirs ir.V. Wi'd' ly. . Most of this represents1 Liberty "Better be coreful. You'll never "I took lour bottles," What Gen. March said about get another wife like that." London bonds of tho first, second, third and NEW WHEAT DISEASE Mrs. Jones goes on to MAKES APPEARANCE Camps Taylor and Knox today: fourth Issues, but tho Victory Loan Answers. say, "and was not only "Camp JCachary Taylor and Camp is not included to any great extent. greatly relieved, but can Chicago, May 2. The yellowing of Knox will be permanent. Papa Bobby, if you had a little The addition of Victory Loan bonds truthfully say that I have counter-balance- d by wheat in certain parts of Illinois, "They will he permanent artillery more spunk, you would stand better will be largely not a pain. . . posts. In your class. Now sir, do you know redemption of outstanding certifi- Indiana and Ohio, together with the "It has now been two ar- what spunk is? reportNo deduction loss of vigor in the plant, are cates of indebtedness. "Uoth will bo used to train years since 1 tookCardui, tillery officers, the school work being Ilobby Yes, sir. It Is the past Is made for tho $8,852,000,000 loan- ed due to an affection hitherto unand I am still in good at Camp Taylor and tho practical participle of spank. American Boy. ed to foreign Governments. Conse- known in this country. beallh. . . I would adB. W. Snow, quently tho net debt would bo apIn a statement work at the firing center at Camp vise any woman or girl a crop expert, gives Dr. Burlison, of Knox. "I heard some one say we's g'ineter proximately $1C, 000, 000, 000. to use Cardui who is a Tho treasury plans to lssuo other tho College of Agriculture, University "I am here to Inspect tho entire hab a millennium Boon," said Mr. Eulferer from any female camp. 1 will give close study to tho Pinkley. bonds after thsl year and next year of Illinois, as authority for the controuble." system of demobilization with a view "Folks don't talk 'bout millions no to meet tho fag cuds of war oxpenses, clusion that the condition as InIf you suiferpain caused to seeing whether I can mako any mo'," answered Miss Miami Brown but In the aggregate these are not vestigated in Madison county, Illinois, from womanly trouble, or suggestion to expedito It." Is due to a fungus which attacks the "Dey talks 'bout billions. 1's lookin oxpected to amount to more than ii you feel the need of a so that tho gross public roots of the plant. In Australia It t good strengthening tonic foh a billennium." Washington Star. mm and in France debt of tho United States Is expected is known as "take-al- l' ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. to build up yourrun-dow- n by Treasury officials to bo in the as "foot-rot- " Mr. Snow says. A DM I N ISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 6ystem, take the advice neighborhood "My reports for tho last few days of $30,000,000,000 of Mrs. Jones. Try CarAnyone having claims against the of dui. It helped tier. We All persons having claims agaliiBt when tho period of war financing havo indicated some vellowini; estate of R. H. Taylor, deceased, will believe it will help you. wheat and apparent loss of vigor please present same, properly proven, the estate of Cathorine R. Stewait, ends. Tho Treasury now has a working' from scattered points in Illinois, In administrators, deceased, are hereby notified to pro to tho undersigned for settlement, not later Jhaiiy Juno sent same to me, properly proven, on balance of $1,052,000,000 of which diana and Ohio," said Mr. Snow. "So All they $C57,54ii,000 is on doposlt with the far as 1 am advised, Madison counor before June 10th., 1919,-o- r let, 1919. banks throughout tho country on ac- ty is the only placo whore scientific W. M. HROWN, will be forever barred. count of bills or certificates of in- investigation has been made. The This April 2S, 1919. H. L. TAYLOR, debtedness and Victory Liberty notes. yellowing of tho plant, which is a JOHN 11. STEWART, Administrators. 44t3p Administrator. jTho Treasury holds $2,508,599,000 in result from continued cool weather Rochester, Ky. , Foiuier-scrunma- 7 s - -- ll ' fS '" Hamp-scrubbl- scrub-wome- n, ht High Record 1 Na-nev- cr or I j r- Jl-ID- VTOTTOFe CO. Children Cry CASTORIA 00 to-d- ay I Life II Was a Misery ... I iiI ; ds ,.wii 1 I The Woman's Tonic to-da- y, Druggists : ' B 'fjff'i r . , ' v. r''. 41 ' -- i Tag ?yT ..iTf - v v ',?,;WI- - ("" ilWWJHWP.jp Pfwp mmr' that many people have not BEADS ODDLY STRUNG seriously considered how really dangerous it is. It is a grewsome (By. I. D. Claire.) prophesy, but we fear that nothing Published Weekly by Only fools nurse their troubles; HARTFORD PRIXTIXG COMPANY short of a toll of human life is going philosophers mafsacro 'em. to bring to the minds of many peoIncorporated ple, who handle machines, a sober Women air dressln' more sensible Editor notion of the proper caution to be than men, consldorln the high price JOHN 1IEXRV THOMAS In handling them. of clothln'. ,W. H. TINSLEY, Associate Editor observed nnd Business Manager. President Wilson is not quite the Slnglotown Howard shore do determining factor In the Peace Con- keep his lawn clipped clost. I saw Entered according to law at the ference his partisans would have us him trlmmin' it with a safety razor. rostofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall believe he is. He said the draft of matter of tho second class. the League of Nations could not posI've always noticed there is a good to sibly be changed. That its terms deal of discord in marital mulc Address all communications were already agreed upon, and to re- where the husband plays second fidTho Hartford Republican. open It would lead to endless wrang dle. ling. But senator Lodge said change XOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. and It was radically changed. The I ain't nover seen one of .them lit Subscribers desiring tho paper sent President told Italy he would never stills, but If that tle home-servic- e to a new address must bIvo tho old tyfoMjfotfi stand for that country taking over Ain't one Lee Slmniernmn has In his address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Flume, but the Italian delegates with drug storo I don't know what It Is. )er line, and 6c per line for addition- drew from the conferonce, and now al insertion. price Tlnsloy has a bunch of Gorman helObituaries, Resolutions and Cards they are to have Flume as the of rejoining the Peace conference, mets, and 1 notice a heap of fellers of Thanks, 5c per line, money in which illustrates the President Is wants him to give them one, who Church Notices for services free, flexible enough under pressure of wouldn't go to Germany after it. but other advertisements, 5c per line. necessity. Anonymous communications will B. Nail, better known In these col receive no attention. An artist never frames his masLouisville Is Just now confronted umns as "Battle" hived a swarm of to endure, to "stay put," to stand all With the bees the other day, but the neigh with an terpiece until he finishes it. So the TELEPHONES. V the erratic moods of the careless coming of the military camp the "red bor's didn't know him when he got 123 Cumberland new Maxwell, a completed work, driver. CO district was it done. Farmers Mutual light" or segregated is now robed in new garments. It was a five-ye- ar drive to reach broken up. The idealist saw In such They do not make it run any betaction the end of the social evil, The this present peak of Maxwell efficiMAY 0 If Gineral Coxey, who's takln' a FRIDAY, ter. They make it look better. practical saw only a distribution of It, army to Washington to protest agin j ency. But the engineers, and the over the city. A recent grand Jury In prohibition, will pay all expenses and i Mr. Whistler, himself, were he manufacturing men knew that Its report thought it was better to furnish the liquor I'll bet Tins will j ANNOUNCEMENTS here today and saw a new Maxwell building a chassis without founda-menta- l place the rotten apples all together enlist if he has to go as a private. pass on the street, would probably change in design year after to announce I. than to scatter them broadcast We are authorized give it a second look. year would ultimately tell in re8. Mason a candidate for Representa- among the sound ones, and the matA couple of old maids has nst me A little touch here, the straighttive of Ohio county, subject to the ter is attracting unusual attention. to advertise, on the quiet, for hussults. For everyone knows that action of the Republican party at The women formerly segregated are bands for 'em. They are both tout ening of a line there, the bringing doing one thing results in doing it the primary election August 2, 1919. scattered promiscuously over the city, and healthy and able to do a lot of of a fender a little closer to the well. hundreds of such characters from work, but not very willln.' wheel, a Circassian walnut dash beSo in five years 300,000 MaxWe are authorized to announce other cities have been attracted to it fore you as you sit at the wheel, the county Louisville by the military camps, and George Baker, of Muhlenburg wells have come forth, all built on A TWILIGHT WEDDING. strength lent by putting the gas a candidate for the nomination for immorality is running riot. Nightly the original chassis plan each State Senator in the 7th Senatorial arrests are being made at the roomThere Is a sort of sixth sense In tank in the rear, the multiplication new one better than the last. district, composed of the counties of ing houses, but the evil goes on un the newspaper man that sniffs news. of bonnet vents, the adding of three autoThere is no self-startiMuhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub checked. as the hound scents the fox. It is more painting coats, the increased mobile in the world that has such ject to the action of the Republican an undissolvable attribute that comes thickness of the seat cushions party at the primary election, August a manufacturing, record. Before the close of the approaching of long experience and practice. these, though but a few of the many state election a brief history of Gov- Si'tlng alone in our office, about half t. 1919. Think what it means to a man ernor Stanley's administration will after sundown, Wednesday evening, changes made show the tendency who owns one : We are authorized to announce be given to the people of Kentucky, we saw three persons, two womn of the new beauty. He has not paid'for a false overDr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg and it will be an eye opening revela- and a man, all colored, approach the is in the sum of many little nomi-nati.head. He has not paid for manuCounty, as a candidate for the tion. Stanley is the worst type of north entrance to the court house. things that the full story is told. facturing mistakes. He has not tor State Senator In the 7th . partisan executive that has ever dis- Their gay attire and elastic step indistrict, composed of credited any party in Kentucky. It dicates a merry errand. We knew The car was first checked off in Senatorial paid for experimental work. He Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- has been his policy to reward his the court house was closed for the squares, as a doctor sometimes has not paid for the changes of political friends at the expense of the day, and wtihjyhc instinct, common ties, subject to the action of the marks off a man's chest and back to mind of another man. Party at tho primary elec- public service, to the sacrifice of thei to mankind, to hurry the event of a test every square inch of the lungs. Today you get a better Maxwell tion to be held August 2nd., 191J. welfare of the charitable and penal wedding, we proffered our service'. And there was an improvement than any of the 300,000, and a betand the school children A telephone message brought Judge institutions made in nearly every square. Like another Niobe, Germany walls of the state. Criminals have been Cook on the scene, and the ceremony ter looking Maxwell. It is a finishpardoned, public money has been was performed in our office. over her lost colonies, and Niobe-lik- e When the task was done it looked work, a completed task, a thing squandered, and endless interests of mm Germany will wall in vain. " ed like a different Maxwell. well done. LOST. the people have been sacrificed in But it wasn't. You nin no risk and when you One $50 Liberty Bond, Ohio county will eventually have order to reward his political henchbetween It was the same, sound, cast your eyes on it you are tempted good roads. Why not strike now men, and it w'Al be easy to demons- Centfci'tovn and Hartford. Liberal rechassis built to siand the gall while the Iron is hot, and build the trate that his supporters have gen- ward if returned to Farmers Bank at to feel that the price might easily Owensboro-Bowlin- g Green post road? erally been drawn from the worst Centertown. 44tf of rough and ready driving, built be $200 more. m element in the Democratic party. Remember the Republican county COMMENCEMENT DAY See the latest Maxwell at our Salesroom convention will be held here tomorFOP.DSVILLK SCHOOL Our Democratic friends in Ken row, to select dolegates to tho state tucky were never beforo so thoroughconvention, to be held at Lexington, ly disorganized as they are just now. The Commencement exercises of next Tuesday. In the language of our ancient and the Fordsville High School will be kindly remembered friend, Press held at the school chapel on May 14, Major Denhardt, In what he Imag- Neal, "They are afflicted with too 15 and 16. Despite the fact of the A. C. ACTON, Manager. ined was a speech, charged all tho many smart men." Floundering many Interruptions that the school sins of the Stanley administration to around with four condidates for gov has had during this yep.r, decided Ed Morrow. No, the Major was not ernor, none of whom lias strength progress has been made In the last I trying to be funny; he was uncon- enough to stand out as even a proba- three and one half months and thfre sciously rcdlculous. ble winner, the party seems facing an will be six graduates for this year. On Wednesday evening, May 14, lifted, the work has been put on In- - taste for the sports that I sometimes do very woll as an editor but you overwhelming disaster. Thl3 newsIf somebody was offering to build paper said before the last November tho musical program "will be given. tenslvely and much of tho lost time think you arc both. I could stay would never mako a business man-he- re you a new barn or buy you a farm if till frost If tho grapo juice would agor, a base ball fan or a fisherman, The music department is la charge made up, by extending tho school you would pay 40 per cent of tho election that the Democratic party hold out, and thon wear mournln' bo- - Blamed If I ain't surprised that you In Kentucky would be stronger with or .aiiss Emma Johnson, and a groat hours and extension of term. cost would you not jump at the Prof. Peyton has been olected as cauo tho season was over. Stanley defeated than with Stanley program has been arranged. A part ain't a regular Sunday school boy. chance? That is exactly the terms 1 II feel sorry for you, up at Louis-- ) Keep tho old sheot going tho best elected, and it looks liko tho prophe of this evening's program will be giv- principal for tho coming year. With upon which tho federal and state govsy was in a fair way to be vindicated. en by the pupils of the first, second. the causes of interruptions removed, vllle, buried in upholstery, amid tho you can. I hain't no Idea when we'll ernments are offering to build your Tho Stanley Thoso next year should add to the good ferns and palms. It's too effcminlte get back. administration has been third and fourth grades. roads. And better than that, they I wish you had some! the most disgraceful In the history drills of the littlo folks will be at- work done this year. Tho High and sissy-lik- e Your old pal, will still pay 60 por cent of the school at this place Is a regular voca- red blood In your veins. . You may of the State, and before the approach tractive to all. FLl'KE. On Thursday evening, May 15, the tional high school with tho United ing campaign closes tho people will unl l" exposuies Uiai Will graduating class will give a class States Government Durlnc both thn Wilson eamnnlens ou Smlth-Huge- s act. This has rI,t Jll"f "YT ,17W"l tho Now York World was his chief be made. The Kentucky Democracy program, and on Friday evening, May der the has fallen Into the hands of such ir- 16, the regular commencement ex- beon of decided advantage to the spokesman and defender. It says of ercises will bo held. Quite an Inter school, and makes It one of the strong tho present government management. responsible leadership that tho members of that party, esting program has been prepared small high schools of the State. "Apparently no wages can possibly be too high for tho government to and they are decidedly In the majori- for each evening. The graduating pay, or for tho railroads to pay under ty, will seo no relief in sight except to address will be delivered on Friday FLUKE MAKES ItKPOKT OK FISHING TRIP government control. It Is only nec- sweep tho scheming, designing bunch evening by Dr. It. H. Crotsneld, Pres ident of Transylvania University, Lexessary to call on tho taxpayers to dig from power. Grassy, Thursday Morn. ington, Ky, deeper into their pockets." The Republican was one of tho first Dear Thomas: We're here, and The school for the present year has THE UNIVERSAL CAR It appears now probable that the newspapers to protest the miserable been in charge of Prof. Warron Pey- the pendlum is beginning to swing management of tho postofflco depart- ton, as Principal and Miss Norine Arrived a little after noon. Mo Republican convention to be hold at H Lexington, next week, may be able ment by .Mr. Burleson, but it was Harris Barnett, as assistant. During and Ed and Doc and John mixed the scarcely prepared for what has fol- the "flu" epidemic the sthool was grape Juice while Joo Henry fixed to propose a state ticket that will Every farmer should have one or lowed. Finding tho postmaster closed, but since the ban has been tho dinner, then we got busy with ' eliminate a contest before the August geneial's inefllclency indefensible, more Ford Trucks because of the prohook and line. Well, I'd a loved to primary. So far only a very few a had you at supper with us; knowing candidates have asked for a place on the Democratic press Is now seeking fitable results that will follow their use. how you like grape Julco and fish. t tho ticket, and it there are any con- to make him the goat of the adminisThere is not any guess work about this is oven more vociferous After supper we run the lines a few tests in the convention it will bo for tration. It than the Republican press in its detimes and then after some select It has been proven on 'statement. only one or two of tho minor offices. nunciation of its postmaster gcnoral, reading from the World's Almanac thousands of farms. If you farm,-comby John Mooro and a song by tho Tho speech delivered at Mt. Sterl- and Is doing so to draw the fire away in and let us tell you more about from tho President. The Wilson adquartet, we turned in. ing, Saturday, by Major Denhardt, We was out bright and early this opening his campaign for the Demo- ministration grows daily more unthe Ford Truck's value to you in sure I mixed the grape Juice mornln. cratic nomination for governor, was popular. The President's Jaunts to dollars and cents saving. It is a perwhile Joe Henry started n fire In something of u Joke. Perhaps no Europe are little short of rcdlculous, stove, and then wo went for tho governor of Kentucky the people blame him for quibbling i sonal matter to eveiy farmer. The the candidate for ymMC' lines. Well, knowin' mo as you do, has ever displayed such a thorough over trifles while a great army of Ford Truck is a business necessity. I know you'll believe it, but a lot of lack of acquaintance with public af- American soldiers wait impatiently Orders should be left with us at once folks wouldn't; wo come In with fairs as did the Major on this occa- to return to their homes. Tho sacri sion, it is hardly posslblo now that fice of American lives in Russia will nearly three pounds of fish. Wo also in order to get early delivery. Price anybody will tako his candidacy seri- havo to bo accounted for. Billions had squirrel for breakfast, but see $550, without body, f. o. b. Detroit. ously. Ho may bo a master of mil- of dollars havo been wasted by inthat you say nothln' about it. Tho squirrel season ain't on yet. I'm a itary, but ho Is a novice in political, competent Tho pub-H- e debt approaches national bankwarnln you about this because you science. ruptcy. For all theso calamitous know about as littlo about game laws The automobile accldont at Wal- events the administration must acas Doc Plrtlo does about bankin' or ton's Creek church, Sunday, should count, and it is to draw attention John Mooro about flxln' teeth. remind drivers that the machine is from thorn that tho weak.lncompetent Thomas, I'll be dumed If I don't Beaver Dam, Ky. an engine of death, and should never postmaster general must be mado the JAMES F. RAMEY. feel sorry for you. A man who don't goat. But can tho Burleson goat bo taken out of tho garage without I DDYV1LLK, KY. like huntln 'and flshin' and campln' first having all its parts carefully in- carry all the sins of the Wilson Candidate for Republican nomi- out sometimes is either a lunatic or spected The automobile Is so new a criminal, and you havo such a die- nation for Secretary of State (The Hartford Republican In Its use SflWSSSssSSS9SS S ad-ran- We couldn't make the Maxwell any better; so we made it better looking' :2! & ng I m It Ohio Coi4ity Motor Co. I I GSVWeBSeiraSSrSSS I U , .Mt "' aniH FO R D f e I V undor-offlclal- s. E. P. BARNES & BRO. I I' . THE NEW EDISON The Phonograph With a Soul. We always strive to get the best of every thing for our customers, and we now have in stock ready for your consideration the NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPH, in different style cabinets, priced at We received thrco communications Will ecII any one iv block, 300 lbs., on a-- late mail yesterday, that reach of ico for 4Ct4 ed us too late for uso this week. ELLIS ICE CO. J1-&- nrlng your Junk and got your Feed, Miss Emma Pnrk is spending the week with relatives In tho Clear Run Fertilizer, Seeds nnd Farming Implements from community. I). L. D. SANDEFUR, Deerlng nnd McCormick Mowing 426t Beaver Dam, Ky. Machine repairs. We havo Just received W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 44t4 another largo shipment of Paints, Oil and Osborno Disc Harrows with nnd Lead, o It will pay you to get our price before you buv. without tandem attachment. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ILER'S OROCEr.Y. Wc will havo a car of Jones' FertiMr. J. II. Thomas went to Louis ville this morning to upend a few lizer in at once. Call us Immediately. You can save money by getting days with his family. it at the car door. V.'. E. ELLIS & BRO. Let us make your envelopes, letterheads and bills. High grade work Herbert Chlnn was fined $200 in and reasonable prices. circuit court yesterday, Denver Coots Mr. Alec Curtis bought another car, was acquitted of a charge of house Monday. Mr. Curtis now has three breaking and tho remainder of tho day's docket was continued. cars for his transfer service. Lieut. Gllmore Keown, who was reMr. James Lyons, who is employed with a rubber plant at Akron, Ohio, cently discharged from tho military service, was tho guest of his parents, is here with his family this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, the first Mr. Howard Glenn returned to of the week. He returned to LouisLouisville, after spending the week- ville, yesterday. end with Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Don't fail to get ILER'S prices on Miss Edwards, of Madisonvillc, was Paint, Lead and Oil before you buy here the first of the week in the in- for we will su ro save you some nice terest of the Redpath Lyceum course. money. We get an extra discount and we will let y;u h.ive the discount. ILER'S GROCERY Mrs. R. W. Slack came over Tues- 45tl day to spend a few days with her Mrs. Aaron Pollard died at hor husband, Judge Slack, who is holding home, nt Narrows, Sunday. Mrs. court here. Pollard had the flu sometime ago and later had measles. Her death was Mr. John T. Moore, of Louisville, to tubercular trouble resulting came down Tuesday to go with Tins-le- due from the afflictions mentioned. anon and y, PREPARE FOR HOT WEATHER 0HL I 1 i?'ift'i5c fCS0 'Ik?? wf r.l vl f 7TM t i I I $175 to $285 We Want Every Lover of Music to Hear y The Edison Diamond Disk Phonographs The greatest singers and instrumentalist can be heard in your own home. Hours of recreating pleasure can be indulged in at a very small cost. Energise your body, revivify your mind and fill your soul with the reproductions of the masterpieces of your favorite artist by placing a New Edison in your home. A telephone call will be answered promptly and the New Edison demonstrated to you at your home, or you can see and hear one at our show room at the store. Bin The heated term is sure to come. Those pretty Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Jap Silk, Voile and Organdy waists have already come right now in our house ready for your inspection. When folks say you can't buy a voile or organdy waist for $1.00, tell them you can at PAIR'S. When they doubt you getting a Crepe de Chine for .$3.00, tell them that FAIR'S have them. When they say that it is impossible to buy a Georgette waist for $4.00, tell them to call at FAIR'S. Pirtlo Barrass their I We will sell you all the paint you want for $3.00 per gallon and will Archie Condltt and Llllie Havener, every gallon wo sell. of Hartford, Route 7, were married stand behind county court clerk's office, Have a complete line ol floor paints in the in all colors, white lead Dutch boy Tuesday, by Judge Cook. and the oil too. ILER'S GROCERY. Mrs. L. S. Igjeheart went to Louis- 45tl ville, Sunday, where she had her tonThe Methodist Ladies Aid Society sils removed Tuesday morning. She gave a Mother's Day entertainment is getting along very nicely. Monday afternoon, at which the laof the Methodist Church, the Attorneys John Rone, of Center-tow- n dies ladles of the Baptist Missionary Soand Mack Porter and Baker ciety and the ladles of the Christian Rbonds, of Beaver Dam, attended Missionary Society, were guests. circuit court here this week. Miss Norlno Black, who has been nual fishing trip. White Skirts line Sure, right now in our store, a of styles and materials. You can buy one for $1.50 ; a better one for $3.00. The best 'are $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. For comfort in the "Good Old Summer Time," see us and save wony. Remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. well-selected attending school at Bowling Green, is at home for a short time, taking treatment for throat trouble. Lieut. Gllmore Keown, recently re- 1' E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. The Hartford KlllDAY, turned from overseas, is with his wife and baby, in Louisville. He will be released from the service soon. The A. C. A. will receive livestock for shipment on Monday, 12th. We are very anxious to get started shipping and if you wish to ship livestock with us, bring them In. ASAMERICAN SOCIATION, S. L. KING, Manager. 2M$ZZyG6t WE ARE READY TO FILL j Republican MAYO I it. e. simmerman was m Loulsvlllo tho first of the week. Chnrllo Cardeii shipped two cars of btock, from Hartford, Friday. Mr. ' l FBroDDfll WBYf5 Mr. J. Walter Taylor, of near Cromwell, called at this ofllce, Mon day. Miss Kathlyn Turner was in from Saturday until Tues day. One of the most successful young farmers in tho county camo into this Chester Keown, who recently re- office a day or two ago and said to turned from France and was muster- us, "Make mo some letterheads and ed out at Camp Taylor, Is here with envelopes. I am tired of writing on his father, Mr. Cal P. Keown. a tablet." As a matter of fact this progressive farmer wanted to add peaches The damage to apples and dignity to his business, and is setting Is more serious than at first reportan example that should bo followed ed. Tho greater part of theso fruit by farmers. all of our crops in tho low lands havo been killoutright. ed Perto YOUR ORDERS QUICK and Social Euents. Mr. Jesse Hcedman, of Beda, after a visit with relatives hero, returned to Decatur, Alabama, Monday, whero ho is employed with Bond Brother's Tie Company. Sco ACTON BROS., for your Cul- tivators. 45t2 All kinds of feed and flold Seeds. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Tobacqo setting has already begun, and soino fears arc expressed that was here on business, tho first of the many plants may spoil before the week. ground may be gotten in order for Mr. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, transplanting. We have a full line of new fection Oil Stoves on display. Come in and look this stove over and let us show you Just what it will do. AVe havo sold and thoroughly tested several kinds of Oil Stoves and wo find that tho New Perfection comes nearer doing Just what we want nn Oil Stove to do, and that Is to brown tho biscuit. If you will try ono of these Stoves out, as wo have, wo believe you will agrco with us. ACTON BROS, fe A '1 Hoasler 1 & 2 row Corn Drills, also Chll on ACTON BROS., for your Empire Corn Drills. On account of Derby day nnd tho 40t2 Lawn Mowers. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. fishing season coming on concurrently Miss Sophia Woener will be In Miss Mary Foreman, of Narrows, charge of the Republican office toW. E. ELLIS & DRO., bavo plenty 42t4 is visiting her sister, Mrs. Foster day and tomorrow. of limo for bale. Bennett. Don't fall to como to ILER'S GROYou can get mixed Feed and Shorts Mr. R. T. Collins, traveling sales- CERY for prices as we havo decided 4Bt2 at ACTON BROS. man, spent tho week-en- d with his to mako LIVE & LET LIVE PRICES on everything you may want in tho Mr. J. W. Thomas, of Narrows, was family here. grocery and hardware lino. 4Ctl in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carden reHavo been In business 17 years Miss Martha Pate has been very turned Sunday night from a fc$v days stay in Louisville. 111, but is improving. and I stand behind everything I sell. If your paint is no good or you find We've forgotten whether it is a SALT in your sugar we will make it Mr. Tom Benton, of Centertown, girl or a boy, but it is a baby, and tho good. was in Hartford, Monday. first one, at Ira Bean's. ILER'S GROCERY. 45tl Mr. Addison Howard was in Mr. Gayle Taylor was here tho The will of Mrs. Thomns Stratton, tho first of tho week. first of the week, tho guest of his deceased, of Cromwell, was' probated in county court Monday. The will It is not yet too late to pay your mother, Mrs. Mose Hudson. bequethed all the property of tho subscription to tho Republican. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Bennett wore testatrix to her husband, and made VULCAN Chlllod turning and New in Owensboro, yesterday, where Mrs. him the executor of tho will. Bennett had her eyes tested. Ground Plows. W E. 1 LI.IS & BRO. Wo have received an interesting Miss Edith Duke, of Washington, personal letter from Major James M. Mr. Ira Boan, clothing salesman, D. C, is visiting bor parents, Mr. and DeWeese, dated at Lincoln, Nobraska. Mrs. Tom Duke, at Sunnydale. Beyond saying bo was at the Universiloft on his spring trip, Monday ty of Nebraska, and had neither Mrs. Ollio Hill and daughter, drank any grape Juico nor called on Miss Besslo Clark, of Sunnydale, Marion, of Kronos, visited friends Bryan, ho did not advise us of his assignment in tho Nebraska city. with Miss, Amelia hero from Saturday until Monday. spent tho week-en- d 45t2 Hartford, Ky. Acton Brothers havo begun con struction work on their brick store building and garage, on tho corner opposlto tho old Hartford House. The store building will be 24x80 feet, two stories, and the garage will bo 31x100 feet. Frank Shown, of Owensboro, a former Ohio county boy, will do tho brick work. The building will be modorn in overy detail, and will add quite an attraction to tho Main Street business block. grocery, This firm does a general hardware and automobile business. Six Car Loads of Merchandise just received. More on the road moving this way, and others about ready to start. We are unloading a car of American Woven Wire Fence. In the various heights to high, and dimensions, from in both the medium and heavy weights. We have stay. Just unloaded stay and the the six-ina car of composition Rubber Roofing in the different The kind that lasts. Just grades of 2 and unloaded some unusually nice grades of lumber. Fresh Lime and Cement just received. Come to see us or write to us for prices. We think we can please you in both price and quality, and we make it our business to fill orders promptly, and not keep you 26-inch- es 47-inch- es ch 12-in- ch 3-p- ly. waiting. Send us your orders. von Good mule, 12 years old. pounds. 45t4 1G SALE. -- hands high, about Will weigh about ELLIS ICE CO. 1,-2- 00 &f fro" Waif i "HI,' W1IITK MAN'S STABLE. Tho country is full of lung and catarrhal fever among horses, and people need to oxorclso extreme caution to prevent spread of this disease I bav Just completed thorough cleaning and disinfecting :ny stable, havo whitewashed it, and at considerable expense have made it perfoctly safe for tho housing of stock. My stable Is now tho cleanest, and clearest of disease, of any Btablo in tho county, and I absolutely guarantee agulnst infection of any stock left in my I shall appreciate your patcharge. ronage, will insure tho safety of your stock and treat you right. A. J. WILLIAMS, Hartford, Ky. 45t2 Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. NOTICE. Wo now havo suillclont Buppyl of ice on hands to furnish farmer club3. Will make special prices for tho season where clubs tako out at ono timo 1000 lbs., or more. Will make con tracts with clubs any time during May. Pirtlo. Good second hnnd, ono wagon for salo. Seo Mr. and Mrs. Estil Thomas, of Wo havo added to our largo lino A torso farm arrived Sunday, to visit Mr. Thomas' of paints, graphito roof paint, Red parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Thomas. spot, screen graining s colors, liquid and prepared floor wax, furniture and ELLIS BROS. 43(2 Be Bure you seo tho International floor varnish, putty Dutch boy, whits Mrs. Robert Rowan, of Heflin, combined Shovel and Disc two horse Load, Turpentine, Oil and tho best spent Monduy with Mrs. J. Caskey riding Cultivators before you pur- Paint brushes. chase. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ILER'S GROCERY. Bennett. 45t4 ELLIS ICE CO. Sheriff C. I. Mahurin, of Webster county, and Mrs. Mahurin (formerly Miss Mamie Shown) camo in Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Mahurln's rela tives. Mrs. Mahurin accompanU her husband to Frankfort, last wf where he delivered a delinquent. to the Qreendalo Reform Scl ter which they visited Snarl rln's relatives in Grayson few days before coming HOLD I'lIIMPl'INKS 1'I.KA IN CONOKKSH By Snoll Smith. Ch'm'n. Doard W. R. Jonct. Clerk Olla Cobb. let Mondny in March 12 days Police Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. Com'th. and Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Mondny in May 12 day Civil, OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALI:M).VK. Ilellam, r.i. "I took Lydla E. Pinkhara's Veglet Monday In July 12 days etable Compound for femalo troubles and a disCounty Hoard of I'diinitJon. placement. I felt all rundown and was very weak. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 3d Mondny in September I had been treated by a physician without results, 12 daye Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartso decided to giro Lydia E. l'inkliam's Vegetable Compound Civil. ford, Ky. a trial, and felt better right away. I am keeping houso 4th Mondny In November 12 days Dlv. No. W. Duff, rordsville, since last April and doing all my housework, where before Com'th. and Civil. Ky. I was unabio to do any work. Lydia E. l'inkliam's Vegetable Compound is certainly the best medicine a woman can Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter. Narrowo. o COUNTV COURT. tako when in this condition. I give you permission to publish Meets first Monday in each month, Ky. this letter." Mrs. E. R. Cr.VMLiNO, R. No. 1, Ilellam, Pa. Dlv. No 4 Robert Ootf, Rosino, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps and dragging County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. aown pains, was irregular ami nau lcmaio weaitness ami Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Ueav-e- r ,.7 Clerk W. C. Dlankenahlp. displacement, i uegan to taKo .Lyuia is. rinKhanrs vegeDam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. table Compound which gave me relief at once and restored Dlv. No. C Nnt Lindley, Center-towSiiIKTlnu-iKli-ii- t E. S. Howard. ray health. I should like to recommend Lydla E. Pinkham's Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. pendent people" remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simi-lTime of Meeting 1st Monday In ' Tiu Cainnilv-lone- r D. E. Ward. Members of the House are com way." Mrs. Elise IIeim.K.Xo. 0, Box83,Lowell,Mich. February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st Siirrcjor C. 8. Moxlej. menting upon the fact that this idea'- Monday in June; 1st Monday in Au Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. ,ism is somewhat similar to that of gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st President Cleveland when he urged FISCAL COURT. Monday in December. that our flag bo hauled down over Coulity Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and 'Hawaii. It is pointed out by them E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, October. that after the expenditure of many W. S. Hill. hundreds of millions of American 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school in tho developement of the 1s- dollars . lands examination. since they were taken over at 2nd District Sam L. Steven, Beav diploma Hartford, er Dam. Beaver Dam and Fordsville. the conclusion of the war with Spain. LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. May, 9 and 10 Common school it is not the time to let go of them 3rd District Q. B. Brown. Slmmoni. . now, when they are of greater I"11" 1'L',ft O. W. Roue, Center- - Dcaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. town. strategic importance to this country May 16 and 17 County teachers anent of tho county on the sunerior on lhc Pacific than ever before. And Cth District W. C. Daugherty.Baize-tow- n. examination. (White) Hartford. value of pure-bre- d fowls so impressed ,he statement is frequently mado that May, 23 and 24 County tenchors' tho teacher that sho soon purchased the Presdient's concern for the weak-- a Cth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. pair of Rhode Island Reds. During ,er Peoples of the earth does not in-t- 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. June, 20 and 21 County and State a fairly good Job of work. Hog Down Some Corn. B. C. Rhoadee, Harts spring and summer of last year clm,e IreI"nd and India and Korea, 8th District teachers' examination (white) Fordsnot used his brains and a good file to tho hen laid 121 eggs. All of ford, Route 5. You cannot beat a kernal of corn these which are belioved to be as deserving ville. to produce fat on a hog, but It can keep his hoe bright and sharp. eggs were set under brooder hens " ns any June, 27 and 2S County and HARTFORD. The man who keeps his hoe close of the "common garden variety," be beaten a long way by soy beans and ' "epresentauve i owner, or lowa, state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. In producing bone and muscle. A to the ground and makes it do ex the hatching per eentage was high. jt,le new chairman of hte House Coin- Hnrtford. Clerk J. A. Howard. combination of these two feeds is cellent work with an easy motion is In January their owner sold for $lB0j"'mte " vnairs, sas: -- in July, Ohio County Institute, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. ideal for growth and fat. To save la- saving his energy and is giving his the pullets and cockerels this one, ,he twent' 'ears of American control Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebier. garden perfect cultivation. He has pure-bre- d bor, the corn and beans can be plantThe,more aml more selt Rovernment has pair had produced. Sept., 19 and 20 County and ed together and hogged down. The used his brains and a new sharp file small size of the enterprise and the been g,vcn t0 the Fillpplnos, who now ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) to make work pleasant, rapid and ef- consequent individual care Experiment Station is recommending Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. which 'have a representative legislature, and Hartford. to check-rothe corn and plant the ficient. could be given the chickens were the lthe t,n,e ",a comc w,len the' w111 be Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept 2C and 27 County and A sharp file is a cheap investment granted independence, but it is the beans in the hill with the corn, using reasons for the unusual profits. Police Judge John T. Jackeon. examination (colored) wrong time now, when Congress is two kernels of corn and one to three for the farmer; but several files make Marshal Will Langford. soy beans per hill. One should plant 'a much better Investment for him. Germs which grow in food and about to investigate mismanagement 1 variety of beans that ripens a little KesIdes saving him labor and bother, cause illness grow very rapidly, par- in the executive control of the Islands later than the corn, such as Uoone tne nle win a,IOW his ne to put a ticularly If the food is a little warm, under Governor Harrison .and when County White corn and Haborlaudt very shallow dust mulch between the the relations Get the Genuine and are not destroyed unless the food .....n.... n . ...of...!. Japan I and this . .... roy beans. The crop should be hogs- - rows of tender green that is Jmpossl-c- d ji and Avoid "'" ' is well cooked before serving. Simp- We with a duJI tool. Waste .K down when tlu beans are Just a . !resuIt ot "e demand of the former A B Br w,,mw ,. l 4? V (, VUUUfeU i !() fj IIUI " " for equyilfcy of immigration rights Jittle past the tough stage. If the' Minder the fcague of nations covenant Rye is excellent for use as a cover blans become thoroughly lipe, the The average farm implement is on- - proposed hy President Wilon at pigs will not eat the beans until after crop and for green manure, to the ly about half worn out by use aloae peace conference at Every Cakej Versailles." down ctra An acre of corn vent washing of the soil and leaching Succeed wlicn everything Ise fails. The rest of the wear Is duo to rust In nervous prostration mil (VmnV I and soy beans will furnish feed for out of the soluble plant foods. and decay. The greatest possible '.vcaknesse they are the supreme d fifteen Catarrh shoats for about remedy, at thousands have testified. profit is made out of machinery when With LOCAL. Cannot Be Cured APPLICATIONS, aa they 30 days. Usuailj th hogs will hog Certain kinds of food creamed It is used continuously the FORKIDNY,L!VERAND for profitable cannot reach local seat of the disease. down the corn before the soy Leans, chicken, custard or warm vegetables, Catarrh Is a disease, preatly InSTOMACH TROUBLE fluenced by constitutional conditions, and and corn sho'iil De supplied j U.o for example are excellent culture work until it is worn out. In order to cure It you must take an it is the best medicine ever sold Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh bogs as ioon as this happens 3 over a drugguv'a counter. mediums for bacteria which may have ,aken Internally and acts The manufacturer's success is du , the blood on the mucous surfaces ofthru been introduced into them by ac- ,. 7 the CiVl system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was " lNi-- li cident. For this reason it is a safe largely to his ability to buy raw mate- prescribed by one of tho best physicians The Pig"., In this country for years. It Is com"With pork above twenty dollars a rl'le to have as short a tinje as pos- - rial at the lowest prices, to sell the posed of finished products through an efficient comwneu some of the best tonics hnown. hundred, It pays to push the pigs, siblo intervene between the prepara-llapi- d wl'l somo of tho b.st blood distribution system, and to take ad purifiers. The perfect combliniion or growth from the time a pig tion of food and Its consumption. Jl VI 7 Li tho m in vantage of more economic methods of clne IncrcaKnts pr. lfnifo rmnrrt. thi. Is Tihat is farrowed until it is loaded for the dues tiKh wondc-fu- 1 c results In catarrhal conditions. Seni fo production. He builds up a systei 'market is the most economical meth- v mm i testimonials, free. Good Piofit In Small Flock. co eliminate waste, inofliclenry and Fau ?"EiipV & CO., Props.. Toledo. O. Od tt handling hogs. Two ettingh of white Wyandotte 3.truvagance. Every DrUKplst3, 7fc. farmor shoulu Hall's Family Pllfe for constipation. Wen, which have been farrowed eggs, costing $2.00, in five years time do the same. . y this spring, should have an ample 'netted $370 profit for a woman FOR PERSONA", nvr.trwp Children SAYS MEXDKMIALIS CHILL Dissolved in votcr for dctirJipa a m I of feed at all times. This try club member in Madison County, AND FhVKR TONIC t I'lIED i ml Rye Is receiving more attention in pelvic catirrli, ulceration and iuflam. .feed must be suitable for malntain-'Ten- n. She Is a mombor of'one of the A Safe, motion. Recommended by Lydla E. HIM OF .MALARIAL a rapid growth at as small a cost clubs orgjni2ed by the United States tho United Statos now than over bf "v Jng Tinlihnin Med. Co. for tn . ( FKVKR AFTKR Remedy for Worms licalinjr wonder for narnl catarrh, as possible. Grazing crops, such as Department of Agriculture and the fore. More acres and more bushel DOCTORS FAILED of rye were harvested in 1918 than tore throat and ioro eye Economical. rye, clover, rape or prime blucgrass, state colleges, i Serentj flte Teiri' rnntlna . riM eiu.oro.tury ckaiuwa and setmiuJal power, any previous year in the history oa ow It the Unl trumontl : .. 5Ilr. !l .In,....:... purpose; but; The Hist two settings of eggs were in 'rl aarlla Fr i'UEY'b KlIMll'lIUK cao oiler jiro essential for this yma. Tl.etitonTrielCfntrT. IWtun. Muy l Albion, Illinois, August 3, 1911. J pf the country. you, "Till Krrp bottle lwaj on band. concentrates must also ho Used liber- - bought in 1914. In 1915, nine hens C. Mendonhall, Evansville, Ind. Dear It will help keep Urn litt.e out) ully at all times. A mixture of corn and six cockerels were sold for $4; hai'pand hralthr. Itecent market values for meat Sir: It is with the greatest pleasure :5c. a liouic at roar 0 parts and tankage 1 part by weight, in 101G, 43 hens' and two cockerels or general lure; or II animals have caused a renewal of in I highly recommend your Menden-hall'- s jrour dealer can't topplj 70a produces excellent results when glv- - brought $10; in 1917, $100 worth of end bla name and Sc. in ttainpi Chill & Fever Tonic. It cured terest in the raising of I've stock and we'll tend jta a buttle en pigs on green pasture. Even bet- - eggs and birds were sold; in 1918, the promptly, ' on farms of all sizes. Tho study of mo of malaria fever when the doctors ter results will be obtained by plac- - value of tho flock, both fowl kept raising , and disposing of crops to the could not do anything for me. I was E. & S. FREY ing the corn and tankage in the com- - and sold, was $315; a total of $429. under the doctor's care for one year best advantage alho suggests BALTIMORE MO, partments of a self feeder thus ol- - Much of the feed was waste products genoral and more careful pro and got no better; was taking your lowing the pigs to balance their own of the farm, and cost nothing, tonic for the chills and could tell that duction of live stock. rations. The total cost of production was: it helped me, so 1 just quit the doctor Pigs pushed on green food and Original settings, $2; two breeding and got me a bottle of your tonic and Ousting His Bolder' Cows. rations develope rapid- - pens, $30; feed, $10; advertising, 3 got well right away. About two A good example of what cow-t.ly and are much less liable to disease years, $S; a total of $50, The profit i'lg associates aro doing to help dairy weeks after this, my brother took sick than those that have too much green of $379 was made possiblo because of with tho same fever. I recommendfood or those that have too much the sinnllness of the cntorprlse and ncn cull unproiliabln milk producers,! ed your tonic to him and ho got a Peel rfpdit all tho time. Don't lay eg is shown In tne experience of an lowa concentrates. Glvo tho pigs an op- -' the fact that most of tho feed for lhc from work for days by taking calomel Irfiryinan wlu rtporth that through l,,ott,e of U and got weU rIent awn keeps yc when pleasant Liv Ver-La- x portunlty to select what they want birds hud no money value. on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troibi the cow letting association helearn I also recommended it to a boy by green food, corn and tankage and of Jo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Dont tho name of Leo Frey and I met him they will grow and grow rapidly. Investment of money In now road 3d that one cow was paying him $2 40 in the show at Albion and the first tako anything else. You can't niTord for each dollar's worth of feed, while pigs. Push the it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syt doos not become real economy until thing he said was "One bottle cured tern and relieves constipation. A natprovision is made for keeping these mother returned only 58 cents. ThW me." If you want to write to them ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure DICTIONARIES ore in use by businew roads in condition after they are dairyman lost no time in selling the their address is Albion, III., and you Ut.o Saddle Soap. in its cflect and certain in results. It poor cow and fivo others which shovness men, enginecrc, bankers, spring shower built. If a new road is built and When a sudden "wiD won't bo long before Liu- - ax will learn all I say is true as the gosjudges, wchitccts, physidara, nllnwpil tn fnll Intn iltsn.n.ifr ed by tho tost that they were nit pel. Yours truly, Mnnm nil wnrW In tin. flulfl nut itmltlinn completely displace calomel m everl Ernest Hallam. farmers, teachers, librarians, home.t Children can tako it freely an con'e'l Sold by Ohio county Drug Co. nweaty collars and harness in shape, much of tho original investment isiJ',"B for the ,f"d by succestful men and with perfect safety. Every bottle guarThis yeae he will be uble to produ3 Ho ready with an ample supply of simply wasted. women the world over. m anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles None 'lilK t Iils cost, thus Increasing his harness oil and saddle soap so that genuine without the likeness and sign' KAISElt IS HOMESICK. Are You Equipped to Win? turo ol L. K. Grigsby, For Bale by r the horses may bo comfortable when If the chickens must be confined profits. He writes, "J have cut do"'ii ; The New International provides they strain at tho collar on hot days. on account of bad weather, provide a on tho feeu cost by eliminating the K Berlin, Saturday, May 3 Former . me means to tucceis. it is an all- - H t ii wxLOlAMM. tUrtior If you have never been introduced good straw little to which their grain boarders, and can still further re Emperor William has requested tho : knowing teacher, a universal ques to saddle soap ask any soldier who feed may be scattered. This will duce it by using more clover and al- German government to be allowed to tion ujjswcicr. WILL If you 6cck efficiency and ad- has been service In the artillery or give them exercLse and keep them falfa than was available last year " Jreturn to Germany and reside on his TAKE vanccment why not make dallv calvary and he will be able to give Interested and healthy. When chickestate at Kadlnen, according to a H use of this vast fund of InformDizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) I you any number of valuable pointers. ens that have been accustomed to free statement issued here. ation? 00.00O Vocabulary Tcrmi. 2700 Patfe. : uatuience are Uncle Sam has tought him any num- range are closely confined this fre- sanow complexion, uwv iiiustruuuni. Miorva fiaiea, ber of wrinkles concerning the care quently checks their development for symptoms of a torpid liver. No one 'Surgeons agree that in cases of aq.OOOOcocraphlcal Subject!. U.000 lllofiraphlcul La tile. A Treatment of harness and collars so you had the time being unless they nro made can feel well while tho liver it inac- Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds the Rtfulir and IoJu-PtpEdition!. tive. Herblne is a powerful liver vjrst Treatment is most Important. hotter learn what ho has picked up contented in their new quarters. tor WEAK Wrlteforrpeo-ime- n Provide green feed for them also stimulant. A dose or two will cau&e When an efficient antiseptic is apthat is of value to you on the farm. paie, LUNGS or nil bilious symptoms to dltappear, plied promptly, thero is no danger of illuttrntiona, etc. Free, a Try it. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio infection and the wound begins to IliK Profits Fiom Tto Fowls. CONSUMPTION File Saw MuM-lf- , eet o( 1'ixket MtIa if you m heal at once. For use on man or A glarico at tho farmer at work in In Caddo Parish, La., one of the County Drug Co., Incorporated. Qaiao tbia paper. . his garden will toll whether he uses! mombers ot a poultry club organized beast, ljorozono is the ideal AntisepA Quick relief for that tired, ruo down frtUnc, Ills muscle or his brains. The man by tho United Stutos Department of tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now coucbi, paint lo chetl. algbt tweali. beuor. MERRIAM lhacel, weak lunga or coniumptloa. 1( il doc who lifts his boo high and comes Agriculture and the State college is a and bo ready for an emergency. Price CO- HLmmwsf FOR FLETCHER'S at kelp yon It ceta you Dttblol, ' All down with a heavy stroke is wasting rural school teacher. A talk early in Sprlnjfltld, Hau. 25c, BOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by jarrKEJ KSS OHIO MEDICAL GO. L'ood muscular energy and dolni; only 1918 by the home ? Ohio County Drug Co. m avWiaa&rSa iiimnniiiinuiUii demonstration I To do your duty during these trying times your health should be your first consideration, these two women tell how they found health. ATTENTION! Sick Women ry o U. "Wnshlnglon, April Ilccnueo to prnnt tho Flllppinos full indepen dence at the present time would be likely to menn tho turning of them over to the domination of Japan, in Congress nro opposed to any such move in the near future Twenty-liv- e prominent citizens of the Islands representatives of tho Houscand Senate of our dependency In the Pacific, have visited tho Capital and made a renewed plea for President Wilson tabled them that 'not the least Important labor of tho conference which now requires my attention Is that of making tho pathway of the weaker peoplc-- of the world les perilous a labor which should be and douhtleas U of deep and abiding Intorest to the lillpplno people. "Secretary Ilaker, Just before he sailed for Europe, told hein thnt "the time has substantially come, if not quite come, when the Philippine Islands can be allowed to set or the mere formal political tie regaining and becoming an Inde- DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. R. w. Slack, Owemboro. Coni'tb. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Mar Judge IlEAVWl DAM. Ch'm'n. Uonrd W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. j Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVIIJjK. TrU6,W5 tin, Hartford ! Fund Hartford. Cal P. Keown, 20. n, ar Why Not Try TYnTA F,. DTMiriiAlwrc w mm. mt xxt. iiiuiinn VEGETABLE COMPOUND FARM DEPARTMENT. ,''' I ....... Ha-ha- p' "siar w State-eacher- s' '"""" "" " 1 prc-boggl- ng .vam&w .iH m. lSgaHn Electric Bitters 100-poun- Modi-fineJ- Mothers use J. (Every Woman Wanted i irr poul-suppl- t ma rmirase S For tlie e: V'-drug-eM't - JXK J USE LI V-VER-- LAX ea. th'-mor- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. W;- - well-balanc- ed st WmmWMM wMM!SM Webster's New cier-ryme- n, International Ve-'L- I thf ': r-- semi-offici- al 9st YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY LmW Yf FOR ONE MONTH Lirue 'Children Cry C A S.TLO R A ,Tr'T5S; mujri T01IACXX) CONDITIONS OUTLOOK REVIEWED -- v fe 1 Tho Extension Division, College of ARrlculturo, K. S. U. has been making nn extcimlvo study of hto general conditions affecting tobacco which wo give below, In pnrt: Tho condition of tho closing market for tobacco 1918-1- 9 after n season of unprecedented high prices nnd procodlng a season of unusual promise of a large crop of tobacco has glvon rlso to considfor 1919-2erable Inquiry among growers nnd buyers alike, as to tho probable situation In tho now crop. A careful Investigation of domestic and foreign markets conducted by tho Department of Markets of tho University of Kentucky hns elicited considerable Information on tho subject which should be of value to tho tobacco Industry and this market news bulletin is accordingly Issued for that purpose. Tho sharp dccllno In the end of tho season's market seems to hnvo been caused by several factors among which wero Inability to further n high prlco crop and the fact that many buyers had purchased eithWhen the baby takes too much er tho entire amount required by ns food the stomach turns; the result thom or such nn amount of tobacco sourness and vomitIs indigestion, tho limit of their credit would stnnd. Intho buyers ing. Frequently tho bowels are Uecauso of this several of volved and thero is colic, pains and left tho market and others attended Haby Elixir is It only in a disinterested fnshlon nnd diarrhoea. JicGeo'a a grand corrective remedy for the prlco of loose leaf, therefore, declinand bowel disorders of ed rapidly to a low point of stabili- stomach babies. It Is pure .Wholesome and for tho zation whoro It remained I pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c bnianco of the Benson. per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Domestic Conditions. m Drug Co., Incorporated. appears that tho handlers of It tobacco In tho United States nro very COOL SPRINGS. well stocked with tho weed and in carrying many casos Farmers are very busy now prelargo quantities on partial payment paring for a big crop. for foreign order. Every storago Mrs. Mary J. Shower has been on hnuso in the Eastern part of the tho sick list. t'nlted Stntcs capable of storing toMrs. Fannyo Scott and little son bacco Is filled to capacity. This con- nnd Mrs. Agnes Tate visited Mrs. dition Is aggravated by tho fact that Joe Wilson, of Hartford, Sunday. c shipping nvnllablo for Mrs. Maggie Hudnall, ot Mcllenry, tobacco transportation has been ex- spent Inst week the guest of her sisceedingly short and In many cases ter, Mrs. Susie Jones. nhnost entirely lacking. In splto of Mrs. lien Woodbnrn Is at tho bed-Hitho fact that millions of dollars worth of her grandmother, Mrs. Dr. of tobacco nro already sold to foreign Everly, who is vory sick. purchasers tho mnrkcts are stagnant Miss Annie Wilson has returned to In tho faro of Innblllty to ship. This her home at Beaver Dam, after a visit tloo3 not say thnt there Is too much with relatives, here. tobacco In America for present Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Fulton are tho for tho reverso Is true but the proud parents of a girl baby. market Is stagnated on account of tho Miss Emma Scott and Thelma Denobstruction in commerce. nis went to Reaver Dam, shopping, Saturday. I'dii'Ikh Tomtit ion. Conditions in foreign countries are Mr. Will Vernon arid children, ot such that some who have.. lately re- Rockport, wprg tho guests ot.Mr. Julu turned from Investigations In Europe Woodburn, Sunday. described thnt continent ns a tobacco Ilnrbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, varum duo to the fact that thero is fccnjTfly any tobacco to be had out- - collar and harness galls heal up tho nrmlos of occupation. Tho quickly when Uallard's Snow Linl- proeent lmmedlato needs of Europo .ment Is applied. It Is both healing aro approximately 500,000,000 lbs.,of and antiseptic. Prlco 25c, 50c and American tobacco nnd this will only 51.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counm supply tho immedinto needs of manu- ty Drug Co., Incorporated. o-facturers and dealers and should soon KERNELS. be followed by consignments of lbs., for tho early current needs of tho ensuing year. Tho deTho .Maxim bullet weighs Just ono mand In other parts of the world Is ounce. problematical but It Is well known Excellent paper ha3 been made out that thero Is a world shortage of to- ot grnpovines. bacco in consuming markets and all January Is the wheat harvcstlr. countries which have normally Im- season In Australia. ported tobacco from tho United Coal In 191S, sold In Italy tor seven States will doubtless Increase theso times the 1915 price. Importations with tho coming of Tho total pension disbursements peace and normal conditions. for 191S wero U79.S35.329. a day Is the Sinco July 1, 1917 tho United Four States has shipped to the world a to- rule In New South Wales. tal of some 3GD.000.000 lbs., of toArgentina will have for export this went year over three and a half meter tons bacco of which about one-hnto tho llrltlsh Empire. The situation of corn. Peninsular Is In tho Scandinavian Jamlca expects to Import this year, most acute In any country In Europo, 227,500 barrels ot flour, chiefly from not ono pound of tobacco having been this country. sent to that country from America Now York Stato forbids women in Previous to tho tho cororooms of foundries to lift for several months. pounds. war tho Scandinavian countries In- moro than twenty-fiv- e cluding Denmark together with tho A South Uerkshiro, Mass., man, Balkans, West Russia and Spain now in his 83rd year, has just begun were supplied American tobacco In to smoko clgarrcttes. wholo or in part by ropurchaso from Recently Invented stuffed anlmnls Germany and It is for .that reason for children have skins that can bo that theso countries aro particularly romoved and washed. In want for tobacco of this kind, tho A machine for making stick candy supplies going to Great Britain not hns been invented that has a daily being sufficient to supply them. Con- undty fo 3,000. ditions In Russia nro so peculiar owing to tho Injection of tho Uolshovlkl A RARE BARGAIN. botwoon Northern and Southevn Rus-sl- a A Combination of Leadthat wo find Northern Russia endeavoring to Import tobacco from tho ing Periodicals that may be United States whilo Southern Russia Read with Pleasure and Is cabling this country for a market, tho two parts of tho couulry not bo-t- profit by every Member of able to communlcato with oacli your Family. other on a market basis. HERE IS OUR OFFER: Turkish tobacco hns practically The Hartford Republican, disappeared from tho world's market on account of tho disruption of thnt Farm and Fireside, country and China is supplying an InWoman's World, ferior grade which Is being used In Cincinnati Weekly En- Turkish cigarette manufacture Thus wo find Europo In a position to take tquirer, ALL FOUR ONE Immonso supplies of tobacco but tho groatost potential market for Ameri- YEAR ONLY $2.30. ca at tho presont time, ono capable Prices are still advancing of Immonso expansion, Is that of Chifor md we cannot guarantee this na. Owing to tho campaign BETTER oradlctlon ot tho opium habit the offer very long. consumption of tobacco In China la TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW increasing rapidly. and save the difference. AdForeign Supplies. Tobacco is produced normally In dress, Germany, Russia, Franco, Italy, tho Hartford Republican, Balkans and Spain, but none of theso present Is producing Hartford, Ky. countries at one-tent0' over-stocke- d, trans-oceani400,-000,0- 00 lf ng of Ua normal more than one-hal- f crop, nor at any tlmo did any of them produce sufficient quantities for more h of tho normal demand. than Hence Europo Is suffering not only from a shortage of Imports but also from one of production. Tlio Outlook For Next Year Crop. Taking Into consideration the abnormal condition In tho world's tobacco market tho outlook for next This year's crop appears favorable. Is true even when we consider that America from present Indications will produco several millions ot pounds more than over before In Its history. Tho present Increase In tobacco acro-ng- o Is most mnrked In North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, but Its Increase will not effoct to any groat degreo tho total percentage of Increase In tho world's crop. Of tho total tobacco produced In tho United States In 1918 Kentucky produced .11.9 per cent, North Carolina 21 per cent, Virginia 10.9 per cent, Ohio S.5 per cent, and Wisconsin 4.9 per cent. These five states produced 77.2 per cent of the total tobacco crop In 1918, 79.3 per cent In 1917 and 79. C per cent In 191C. SOMK FUNNV NAMES FOlfNI) IN CONGRESS i de tho old favorlto names aro missing from tho rolls of tho now 66th congress. It Is a significant fact that the proportion of English names Is steadily decreasing and the number of "outlandish" names Increasing. Nevertheless the Smith family, a3 usual enjoys proportional representation and heads the list. With eight Smiths, not to montlon a Smlthwlck, congress should do vory well. The Johnson clan In this country are fast gnlnlng on tho Smiths, and wo see this reflected In Congress, whore they have six statesmen to represent them. There aro all sorts of sons three Wilsons, threo Watsons, three Nelsons, two Robinsons and a Robslon, two Dickinsons, two Thompsons, two Sandersons, two Harrisons, nnd one Denlson, Vineach of tho following: son, Tllson, Benson, Anderson, Clas-soKnutson, Stcenerson, McPhear-solirlnson, Wnson, Hutchinson, Emerson, Stevenson, Chrlstopherson, Henderson, Culberson and Swanson. Tho trades aro not so plentifully represented In congress ns formerly. Still there are three Taylors, two two Kings and one Chamberlain, Pages and a Gard, a Barbour, a Porter, a Fisher, a Sheppnrd, a Miller, a a Collier, a Wheeler, a Candler, Woaver, two Fullers and a Dyer, a Parker and a Raker, a Mason and finally a Capper. Tho trees and fruits are also disappearing and they will probably soon become extinct, for all thero are left aro an Almon, a Box, an Ashurst and a Pomerene It we can picture this last as an "exotic fruit," as the New York Sun imagines it is. The men of color are likewise not so much Thero aro in evidence as formerly. three that are Green and two that aro White, a Black, a Brownie and one that is Just Browning. Even the birds and animals are growing scarce. There are two Martins, an Eagle and Robbins, an Elklns and a Whaley, a Griffin, a Bee, a Colt and a Curry and a Carter. There Is a Fordney (this must be short for. Ford-Jitneand a'Lankford but no Ford, unless Henry wins his contest which Is now very over Newberry unlikely. There Is a Ruby and a Juul, a Sterl number ot striking names which doty ing and a Goldfoglo; nn Ellsworth, n classification but which are still so a picturesque that they are entitled to Wadsworth and a Longworth; For example: CaldTroadway.'a Caraway and a Jacowny; be chronicled. and n Hastings, a Galllvnn, a well, Rouse, Cantrill, Brand a Cummins, Romjuo and Babka; Crago, a Wingo and an Igoe take Brandegee; Slemp, Smoot and Pou; Louring and your choice of methods. Doollug; Klnkald, Klncheloo and Astronomy, moteorology, etc., aro Heflln and Lufkln; but poorly represented this time. All and finally and Estoplnal, wo have on hand Is a Moon, a Moon- -, Hudspeth, Polndexter, Goodykountz ey, two Ralneys, a Cleary, two Sumand,Yangco. mers, a Fall and Mays. Tho nations aro conspicuously on the scene, and' ' About Rlu'iimutlMu. we have In this line a Franco and a Rheumatism causes more pain and Ire-- 1 French, a Brittaln, a Scott and an suffering than any ohter disease, for land, and also a Holland. There is the reason that it is the most comn Hoch, but no Kaiser. mon of all Ills, and It is certainly The war is scarcely hinted at in the gratifying to sufferers to know that now membership. There is still a is a remedy that will afford reCannon and a Ball, ono Major and there lief, and make rest and sleep possugShields. But there is something called Chamberlain's gestive of combat In Wolty, Dent, sible. It is Liniment. in Madden, Booher and Gore. The hirsute art is represented by a VnnDyke Do You Knjoy Life? and a Chindbloom. There Is a Dunn, A. man in good physical condition a Lovor, a Begg.a Snells and an Owen. is almost cortaln to enjoy life, while The personnl attributes of the dyspeptic aro demembership of congress are .still ap- the bilious and spondent,' do not enjoy their meals propriate. There are three that are and feel miserable a good share of Bland, only one that Is Wise, and the tlmo. This 111 feeling Is nearly one Wright; two that aro Strong, ono always unnecessary. A fow dosJes of Small, ono Little, one Good, ono Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up Sweet and ono Luce; ono Young and the stomach, improve tho digestion one New; ono that is Hale and twoi and regulate the bowels is all that Is are Hardy; besides ono that is that m needed. Try It. Gay and another that is Clrsp. Wo have BoIe3 and one Mnnn In the halls of congress; also various other kinds of "men" including an Ackerman, an a Plttman, a Overman, a Tillman, For Infants and Children Stedman, a Froomau, a Horsman, a In Use For Over Years ZIblntan, n Sherman and a Blackmon. "Hams" aro still plentiful enough Always bears the namely a Benham, a Beckham, a Signature of Tinkhnm nnd a Dillingham; ulso two Graham and ono HamiU. Thero is also a Kttchln and a Garrett; a Rose TABLE MANNERS. a Ponroso, a Garland and a Fornald; Cam and a Carlln; a Warren, a Table manners vary from ago to Ward and n Lodge; aldo Bowers, a ago and race to raco. Woodyard and a Drane. Also by class and by locality. Tho opon air Is well represented. To tho Chinese, unbelievably skillThoro is Fairfield, a Mansfield, an ful with their dolicato chopsticks, our Oldsllold and Fields; a Loa, a Valie, knives nnd forks seem clumsy. a Daio, a Ragsdalo, a Meado, a Wood, Not only so, but our custom ot an Underwood and a Sherwood; two carving lmgo roasts on the table Is Brooks and an Ashbrook; Moores, to thom as crude as a barbecuo. Rhodos and an Ovorstreet; a Wo say "Do not bite your slice of ,an Edge and some Reeds; broad, break It into little pieces that Burroughs, a Dyko and Mudd; a Hill, will go Into the mouth." a Radcllffo, a Bankhead and a Park, They make their little pieces in the a Southerland, a Lenroot, also a kitchen, serving only what Is really Flood, a Welling arid an Aswell; a ready to eat. Wo object mightily to "inhaling" Townor and a Townseud. Tn a maritime way congress h not the soup, but tho Japanese consider very well supplied. Thero aro two that sound a compliment, an expresHulls, but only one Holm; Steolo and sion ot appreciation. Even with ourselves table manners Cole; a Rowe, u Rowan and a Schul-lPassing on to tho more serious change visibly. In our grandmother's tlmo delicate side of things, wo find a Sabbath, a Godall, a Godwin and a Dupre, a Par-ris- Uttlo plates were served, to Bet the a Tomple a Vostal, a Sinnot, a teacup on, while wo drank from tho saucer. Sinclair, and finally a Mo3es. Now to drink from the saucer U There aro as usual also a large n, n, Every two years thero Is a turn ot the congressional wheol and a new lot of names appear In tho house and senate. There was an unusual number of changes wrought by the overturn at the last election. Many of SEE US In fact, we If You are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN" STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' ; ' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , i HARTFORD, KENTUCKY thought "bad manners." have two bases; and kind' Not only do old ones go out but ness. now ones come In. Not to make a no'lso while eating, A particularly grievous custom is not to project one's elbows, not to that which makes a row of hungry reach across In front of ono's neighguests sit sadly before nice fragrant bor theso aro reasonablo requireplates of hot food, trying to look ments. pleasant and talk amusingly while j But to dictate which inch of tho tho meat grows cold. clrcumferenco of a spoon shall touch Each has to wait until all are serv- jtho lips, or to Insist that in eating ed. jsoup wo should push It from us inTho sensible base ot this custom is stead of drawing It toward us has no in the banquet, with many waiters, 'such basis. Being pressed for a reason for thl3 where the courses aro brought on and last absurdity people say, "if you taken off all at once. Then it is only reasonable to wait draw the spoon toward you you 'might a moment or two, so as to start fair. spill tho soup in your lap," Yes, and tho other way you might But in a family dinner, when "father carves the duck" it Is perhaps use- spill it on the tablecloth. People who cannot eat soup withful as a penance, but not defensible out spilling It are not considered la as good manners. Good manners, as part of courtesy, this dlscusslvn, solf-contr- ol , Up-sha- w 4sft t? "t . " Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachm hU.VI IllilU For Infants and Children. iS fl'-ii-r. IklUlEYiteVTaU i Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria l!AVelablcIVcpong;1 I LCOitOL-ai-min CASTOR l A 30 ;'" i?. : R c i"k" iAi(,rt;tnm.r.tiftniinavvl$of imi niiiuii L'luuu vi i &S ilgKTOBJi J -- Always Bears the m A KA" c Thcrcbyl'romounPKcsUofl ChcerfulncssandUcstContaub inmMnBnor neimcr upturn, XVvrNAltGOTIC 'IT. 'j'J!. - " 3 'i tik.1 ,i I ,...... JixbtltSJtl Signature of n "'iW .; ;.v r''i33V Kt:5'si. fX u &? Ojf mw J Tim-borla- Sft i.W $& . 5 if fluiliJSmr vx 5. , ConslalionandDiarrhoej r"w VV'f Ut c? 'OftCi .'Brae, Vi i1 frcsullinithcrefronyjnlnfaivcy- TnccnfatEtr .. - r rac Simile 5inatBv- nDTcEvrAunCoMP.vKiC. . j !??. 5 'e? ISfcviJla T .r vnn It . A y. h, Exact Copy of Wrapper. mm Thirty jfl v f A!- ., VH'f i(flmjtVfl'M'' TOI1ACCO MAKKKT KNDS WITH TODAY'S SAIiKS Tho lboo leaf tobacco market at Ovvensboro practically closes today, There will remain for tho season nutte n little tobacco In the farmer's barns anil special sales days will probably bo hcltl later. Although less satisfactory from tho grower's standpoint than last season the sales have been made at fair prices. Sales For Heiusou The Kqulty Homo has sold 4,515,- 200 pounds of Pryor for J6G3.472 99, an average of $14.47. The Durley sold totaled 32G.7C5 pounds for $57,-01- 6 S5, an average of $17. CO.' The Lancaster house sold 9,195.- 270 pounds of dark tobacco for an average of $14 84. The Ilurley sold totaled 549,130 lbs., for f 110.0SS.74, an average of $20 05. Tho Daviess County House sold pounds for $8S4,946.32, an average of $14.48. The Ilurley sold totaled 357,525 pounds for $G4,R92 -71, an average of $18. "As West Ninth-strehouse sold 15,211,175 pounds of Prjor for 62, an average of $15 80 This house also sold 555,395 pound of Durley for ?117,76G.46, an average et TAK CAX KXPKODKS AND DUnNS IIOU3H An unusual accident befell Mr. W C Dullock, of Equality, Monday afternoon, In which ho waa sevorely burned and n house and contents de stroyed. Mr. Dullock had occasion to melt j can of tar, and set it on a red hot stove. The tar at tho bottom of tho can becoming' heated gencratod steam and an explosion followed Mr Dullock was severely" burned about tho head and face, and his clothing Made-To-Measu- re Tailoring From $20.00 Up. Summer Days Are Just Ahead Cool, Comfortable Underwear and Outer Garments Will Be a Necessity. caught tire but he thoughtfully stripped It off before his body was burned. The house with Its contents, except one bed, were destroyed by tho fire that followed tho explosion. The houso belonged to Mr Dullock'a sou, Mr. Ed Lee Dullock KU1IITS MUNS1NG WEAR Is the most satisfactory settlement of the underwear question. Union Suits of every wanted style for the whole aOnce a customer of MUNSING WEAR always a customer. It will be a pleasure to show you the styles from which you can easily make a selection. iu:sToitt:i of $21 40. of "Uncle Jlmmle" Hear, who was recently brought home from the asylum, was given a trial In county court yesterday, at which tho former judgement of that court declaring htm insane, was set aside. Dy this decision he will now be able to transact his own business. This was a novel case. p Field Bros, sold 3,054,435 pounds dark tobacco for $4G6,10S.12. an ' A party of tolerably young foils chauffeurcd and chaperoned by uncle The Peace Couforenco has decided -Alec Curtis, had a bit of hard lupk on upon Geneva, Switzerland as the cap-itopportunity to buy a good outfit at a Now is your a Joy ride Friday night. The party of the League of Nations big reduction in price. It behooves you to act. quick ventured away out Into the hill country, in the quiet of tho country lanes, Delegates of tho newly formed and be first to make a selection. past pretty farm cottages from whose Irish Republic will bo received by lace curtained windows tho night tho peace conference All vour necessities can be well supplied at this shed rajs upon the good service is al- - Jj lampspasser-by- , theirupfeeble shadowy hol store. Good merchandise and the birthlate Tuosday was the eighty-thir- d lows, where from the wooded hill day of "Undo Joe" Cannon, who has . ways yours here. sides the night bird called Its absent been in Congress for forty jears mate, and on and on toward nowhere, management just following the lover's wanderlust Under government All went merry as a marriage feast the railroads have lost $192,000,000 And until the Inevitable mudhole halted In the inst three months the procession Then again and again wanted to continue such man 1 jthe engine tugged and the wheels agement for five yoars. went round, but nary an inch would the auto move Uncle Alex in that The city of Daltlmore elected a Reresembles publican Ma.vor, Tuesday. bland, soft voice that . nothing so much as a young mother! B K'tKK'fc'h.ww ti ait mm ji; WrHkim.wUJ!ziiiiax;&!frsMV2 i?g3FBt'w'TmuAK'LmMBMBiii.Jl cooing to her first born babe, asked The President has called congross An old farm- to meet In extra session Mny 19. his charges to 1 told her it would only be necessary er came to the rescue obligingly, with SIMMONS. a VJ50O REWARD. to remove her bhoes. Sho said "Oh, a lantern, and an offer of tenm of Dut with tho aid of tho For the conviction of the person or my mule no Doctor, ou don't know whero C. M rirllam, Fred Tatem and M. including the persons who stole one blue and one corns aie I came over here In a car lantern and all hands, T Chumley have been appointed a over the Beaver Dam and Hartford ladies' hnnds, pushing, the machine red steor, each throe jears old, and committee on the good roads move, was gotten on solid earth again, and one red hoifer. two jears old. from pike. and are enthusiastically going after homew ird ran, and at two In tho our pasture land on Rough river, near every one in this community, trying morning all was over. Wo could' Heflin. within the past ten months IIEKLIX. x to get up an interest in the matter. give the names of the members of This reward is continuous for simiE. C. Morgan, C. M. Mallam, Mrs. Itev. A. D. Dennett filled his regu- tho party, but jou know it is said lar losses. Lake and Mrb. Mallam, motored over lar appointment at Woodward's Val- there is nothing in a name. DESSIE C SMITH . j to Owcnsboro, last Sunday afternoon, ley, Saturday and Sunday. J. F. SMITH had dinner at the Itudd House, and RECENT LAND SALES. Ll'LA A COX 15t4 Mrs. Lattie Heflin visited Mrs. Pat were back before wc hardly missed Toster, Tuesday. them. Luther Rains to L. M. Smith, 11 A large crowd attended the party, Dr. Moore has Just received his. given at Mr. Charlie Taylor's, Satur- lot3 in.Deaver Dam, $1500. new teeth, and says he is done with day night, and all reported a nlco J. Mason Taylor to William Chick. the toups and other gruels, on which time. 94 acres, near Deaver Dam, $2500 he has been forced to live for tho Mary E. Ross to G. W. Crunk, lot Those who visited at the home of last few weeks. Mrs. Vascoe Daird, Sunday, in Rockport, $600. Mr. and We had Intended writing what we were: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Daird, Mrs. Hallio E. Drown to E. G. Austin, lot an interesting arthought would bo and children, Mr. Mr. In Deaver Dam, $400. Flora Stewart ticle this week on an old relic of this and Mrs. Colman Cundlff and little LUlie A. Sexton to Dudley Ralph, objected to it place, but Jim Moore C Interest 53 acres, near Whltes-villdaughter, and Uoscoe Daird. on the ground thnt he might want to $96. Mr. Fred Johnson and family, of sell his Ford sometime, and didn't near Pleasant Hill, visited his mothPrudle and Fred Moore to Den R. but late buying is a fault of want everybody to know how old it er, Mrs. Ithechel Johnson, Sunday, Kelley 3 interest in 177 acres, on was, and as Jim and I arc pretty good who Is very ill. yours. We have a full line Adams Fork, $175. G. W. Hoover to W. A. Nines and lrlends I will not say anything about Mr. W. A. Hlggs and wife visited now but when the rushi it.. near Pleasant Hill, Sunday. J. D. Hoover, 25 acres on Dainetts up to relatives Quite a bunch from hero went comes our stock will be de Tho3o who visited at the homo of Creek, $700. Heaver Dam, last Friday night and Mr. N. M. Russell's Sunday were: Mr. Joseph Eskridge to E. R. Eskridgo had the W. O. W. work conferred on Vlrglo PJggs and family, Mrs. Mary Vz interest In 41 acres, on Adams pleted, so why delay? Come eleven bovs of this place. M. F. Hlggs, Miss Cora, Eva and Orabel Fork creek, $300. in and see our tractor bindChumley bays ho was greatly respon- Thomasson, Miss Kathaline Stevens L. T. Riley to Emmet Tyio, lot In ers, grain drills and plows. sible for this and has no apoligies to and brother, Cllffoid, and Goebel and Hartford, $20 and a jersey cow Indoed ho seems rather Willie Thomasson. inako. Ponn Taylor to y. E Ellis, small Also the horse drawn imple"pulfod up" ubout It. Rev. J. A. Dennett spent Saturday tract, on Rough River, $25. Pvt. Hev. P. McConnel has returned night at tho home of Mr. A. V. Row-un'- s. 10. II. Eskridgo to Joe Eskridgo While butter fat is 4 ment. l'rom oer seas. It will bo romem-puru- d Interest in 70 acres, on Adams, Fork selling at G4 cents per pound that llov got wounded while Jn Mr. Jess Foster and family, Mrs. Creek, $300. action over there, and ho can tell Pat Poster and daughter, Marllssa, 9 and your cows at their best ery Interesting stories con8omo jwivimimsT. visited Mr Archio Foster and family, in milk production its an suming the many battles In which he of near Llvormorc, Sunday. fought. Dev brought back with him Rev. Wallace filled his regular ap- ideal time to let us demonMr. John Johnson, of Alabama, was a large German revolver, which Is in our neighborhood, last week. pointment at Marvin's Chapel, Sunif said to be tho hardest shooting gun strate the money making day. Mr Mart Kirk and family, of $ made. It will shoot through any orMr. and Mrs. Charlio Whobrey visited relatives in this neighqualities of the world standdinary tree, and is guaranteed to hold borhood, Saturday and Sunday. gave a party at tholr home, last Friup n the level eight hundred yards. day night, in honor of their ulster, ard cream separator, the De-Lav- Now While this Shipment Lasts We Will Fill all Orders for t It is said by some that it would ao Miss Ii&zel Joneti, of Indianapolis. xo rici: STOCKMKX. 98 per cent of the tuully make a dent in tho fellow's Mossrs W. P .MIdklff, A Murphoy, Tho Deavor Dam Droedors Assolwad that is opposed to tho good ciation, having purchased of George J. D. Miller and J. E. Park delivered creameries of the United Toailn movoment in this county, but Sow dura, Mountain Hoy, a black Juck, some tobacco, In Owonsboro, last Dev, wlion asked about this, said ho eligible to register, Alo a registered w cok. States are using the DeLaval, At tho prices givou below Bo sure you mall us this advertlsomont with did not want to claim too much for Jack, and a rcglstored Mr Arthur York, who has been for WHY? Another car of bug- jour ordor. Perchoron liis gun. some time at Owensboro and Louisstallion, of Fisher & Walker, of No. 1. The World's Greatest War And speaking of good roads 25c gies this week, both Hercules Indiana. We are now pre- ville, Is visiting his parents here. us of tho young lady who wont pared to servo you, ut our barn, In Mr. Lawrence Royal, of Evansvllle, No. 2. Pershing's Crusaders 50c Come in and from this placo ovor to Hartford lust Deavor Dam, Ky. Wo will bo glad spent a few day3 recently with his and Delker. No. 3. The Allies Victorious 75c week. When sho reached tho county to have you call and Inspect these grand-parentMr. and Mrs. T. II. get your choice out of this Capital bho mado a bee lino for Dr. animals beforo bleeding olsowhoro. Dalmalu, of near Hartford. It you ordor all three at ono tlmo we will give you absolutely freo ono copy of the Kaiser's Last Will. Hlloy's oilice. It Is said that tho doc- For description seo posted bills. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. MIdklff save shipment. and aro tor was very busy at tho time but DEAVEH DAM DHEEDEUS ASS'N a party Saturlay night, In honoi of A square deal at our store. Theso books .are all dlftorout that knew completo with Illustrations and what they wore about. tho young lady insisted that ho drop 40t9 authentic maps made by exports Dy Chas. W. Mullikiu, Sue. their guest, Mr. Gilbert Roach, of everything else and treat her corns Wo ship ull book propald and with tho understanding that wo will Magan. at onco, niul tho doctor told her LUMItKU I'OH SALE. refund any and all monoy If you are not more than satisfied. Mr. Chester Wade, of Oweiv.l.oro, Agouts wanted. Writo us. to get ready and ho would try Rough lumber, all grades of tim- Is visiting relatives, here. to remove her coma, and when ho ber, for sale. Miss Alma Daughn spent the weekTHE UNITED SALES AGENCY, ' ' ; :. Bea-ve- r looligd around alio was in tho act of Dam, Ky. J. 11. YORK, OWENHUOUO, KUNTUCKV. .. end with her cousins, tho MLw :ld. undressing, Tho Doctor.good natured- - 4Ct3 UtCf and Baughn. Cumberland Phone, York's Storo. Special Prices on Coat Suits and Cloaks average of $13.22. The Durley sold totaled 29.S45 pounds for $5,230 57, an average of $17 52. Tho Electric House sold 3.0C9.010 pounds of Poor for $159,797.34, an average of $14.9S. Tho Durley sold totaled IS, 550 pounds that brought 53.51S.33, an nvorago of $1S.96. i.v DOILin S2 1,345,000. DOWN. Is Tho national debt A flfht now $21,- - ocratic for tho Demfor governor, Samuel Wilson, of Lexington, Is expected to enter. candidate nomination win: smamj nouns. The Chinese Government has withdrawn from tho Poaco Conference. ... p figure, full of vitality, The of vigor, needs to be clothed to bring out those lines. The young man wants his suit to express youth. Youthful clothes with the punch to it. Made to suit your individual style. The cold's and patterns help carry out the same idea. They represent true economy, because they are of the best and most serviceable quality priced to meet young incomes. We sell U. S. War Savings Stamps. well-set-u- Barnes Bro. Mc-Ad- I Carson (SL Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford, Ky. o. - I Efficient Service I Exceptional Facilities Conservative Management Late Seasons Are Acts of Providence To these three features we e, attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to make our bank your bank. 4 BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. Du-for- d, 4X al. The World War Histories s, r J. D. Williams & Son ' i "V-- . xr-- r .