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Attitrks ifotrtfxrrfo fUpubliam, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919. must now become the future code of Wilson. Nb. 46 REPUBLICANS MEET IN BIG CONVENTICN The Next Governor of Kentucky Say Acceptance Would Make People a Nation Of Slaves. 1.1 k' The heads ot the two Germnn democratic parties anil the pnrtles of thu center have Informed Chancellor Schlcdcmnnn that their pnrtles will withdraw their representatives from the Government in case tho Cabinet decides to sIrii the peace treaty," according to n dispatch from Herlln received hero by way of Basle. The Socialist Vorwncrts, In commenting on this action, says It Is the first step toward n Cabinet crisis. Paris, May . 1 Herlln, Monday, May 12 The declaration by ChanceUor Scheldemnnn that In the National Assembly tho peace terms were "unacceptable" brought tho members of the Assembly nnd tboso In the press gnllcry to their feet In a hurricane of cheers and apto-da- y plause, Tho Chancellor reached the climax of his statement on the peace terms ten minutes nfter ho began. Tho Chancellor paused in his address and then thundered out tho word which announced the German Government's rejection of tho Versailles conditions. With the exception of tho Indeled by Hugo pendent Socialists, Ilaase. all factions of the assembly nrose and cheered vociferously. The assembly Is sitting temporarily In tho ussembly ball of the University of Herlln, on Untor den Linden. After the Chancellor's speech, tho leaders ot the various parties, with tho exception of tho Hanso group, made speeches in which they declared they barked up the go eminent. Tho Chancellor described tho peaco treaty ns "a droadful and murderous locumont," Ho,said It would make In nn enormous Jail of Germany which 60,000,000 persons would have to labor for the victors In the war. The Chancellur said German trade would bo strangled should the peace terms bo accepted. Ho criticised President Wilson and said that tho President by his attitude had deceived tho hopes of tho Gennan people. Turning Point for Nation. Chancellor Scheldeinann said that tho occasion was tho turning point In tho llfo of tho German people, as tho Assembly wan to decide tho attitude toward what our adversaries call peace conditions." "The representatives of tho nation, he continued, "meet hero as tho last band of the faithful assembles when tho fatherland Is In tho greatest danger. All have appeared except tho e representatives of who have been deprived of tho right to bo represented horo Just ns you are to "bo deprived ot tho right tt excrclso in a free vote tho right ot Alsace-Lorrain- Illusion. The nations have In this period, which Is so poor in Ideals, again lost a belief. What nnmo on thousands ot bloody battlefields, In thousands ot trenches, in orphan families nnd among the despairing nnd abandoned has been mentioned during these four years with more and belief than the name ot tho picture of tho Wilson? peace-brlngas tho world pictured him Is paling beside the dark forms of our Jailers to ono of whom, Premier Clemenreau, a Frenchman, recently wroto: 'Tho wild beast has been put In n cage on bread and water, but Is allowed to keep his teeth, whllo his claws are hardly cut.' "All over Herlln we see posters' Intended to nrouso a practical love" for our brothers In capltlvlty. They show sad and hopeless faces behind tho prison bars that Is the right front-piec- e peace treaty, for the a true portrait of Germany's future. "Sixty million are behind the barb-e- d wire and the prison bars sixty millions nt hard labor for whom the enemy makes their own land a prison ramp. Should tbo peaco conditions no longer be accepted, Germany could call anything hor own, which II os outside these narrow bouiuM Germany has ceased to exist abroad, but it that were not sufficient iter cables have been taken from her and her wireless stations can send only commercial telegrams and then only under control ot tho Allies. This HON. EDWIN P. MORROW, would separata us from the outer world, for what business can bo dono Of Somerset, Republican Nominee for Governor. under tho control ot compctltlo For tho second tlmo the Republicans of Kentucky hnve made Ed need not be described. their standard bearer for chief magistrate of the Commonwealth. Tho "Hut this is far from enough. The Council therefore determines treaties distinguished young leader needs no new Introduction to tho people of the between enemy countries to bo null slate. His name is a household word In? the remotest hamlet, his lithoand void except such treaties whoso graph hangs on the walls of the humblest cottage, and ho lives, as no other execution Is in favor of u governlUcntucklnu in recent years has lived, In the hearts of the people. There Is ment of the Allied Powers. President Wilson so something about the manner ot the man that commands not only the re"What does nptly say? That tho first principle spect and confidence, but tho personnl affections of the multitude coming of peace Itself is equality, equal par- In contact with him. Ed Moirow is not a politician, but a leader and an ticipation In common benefits." A man of deep, warm feeling, and with n firm grasp of tho needs' advocate. Ilerr Seboldeinanu then argued of the great common people, of whom ho Is by birth, by habit and by tem that this principle bad been abrogatperament a part, and ho obeys an Impulse common to his class in aspiring ed In tho peace terms. to position ot power in his state, and of usefulness to Fort'cd l.nboi-"MuM To-da- y er "Jhe world has once again lost an W. Smiley, John Davie, W. B. Smith, Alex Vlck (col), Jim Stum, Energy Moore, Lon Dlnck, T. H. Henton, G. W, Howe, Perry Ashby, John Leach, Fred Baize, C. P. Keown, William Schroader, Moad Schroader, T. B. Frymire, Joe Miller, S. W. Evans, E. B. Flnley, W. W. Baize, T. W. Wallace, J. N. Leach, S. T. Williams, O. E. Scott, U. S. Carson, H. W. King, M. M. Tate, J. A. Doling. Strong Ticket Is Endorsed And Wise Platform Adopted. ' KICKED itV HOUSE AMI LEG BROKEN Goebel, a young son of postmaster Ozna Sbults, received a serious when kicked by n horse, Monday morning. The boy was driving the horse In a wagon team, and while his feet were hanging over the front wagon gate the horso kicked him, breaking a bone In his leg. Physicians were called and splinted the broken limb, and he is getting along nicely. Tho horse is given to kicking nnd Mr. Shults had frequently wnrned the boy to be cautious, but he persisted in taking a boy's risk and Incurred the consequence. ' THE KOAII .MOVEMENT. 4 see among you the representatives of all tho German races and lands, tho chosen representatives of tho Rhluelnnd. tho Sarro, East Prussia, West Prussia, Poson, Silesia, Danzig and Memol. Together with tbo deputies of tho utunenaccd regions, I sco tho deputies of tho mon-aco- d provinces, who If tho will of our enemies becomes law, nro to meet for tbo last tlmo as Gormans amongst Germans. "I know I am ono In heart with you In tho gravity and sanctity of tills hour which should bo ruled by only ono idea that wo bolong to ono gations?" another and must stand by ono another, and that wo aro ono flosh and WITH A STONE lailV KILLS CHICKEN' HAWK ono blood nnd that whoever tries to sever us Is driving n murderous Mrs. Emerson Stevens, of ' near knife Into tho living body of tho GorCentral 'Orovo, bears tho proud disman people, "To koop out nation nllvo that tinction of being tho only lady known nnd nothing olso Is our duty. Wo to have killed a hawk with a rock. nro pursuing no nationalistic droams. She hoard n commotion among hor no chickens Molality, and on going out No auestlons of prestige and thirst Tor power have a purl In our discovered en unusually largo hawk deliberations. Bare llfo Is what wo after hor young chtckci(j. Tho cnicKen iniei new on, uui must havo for our land nnd nation wouiu-u- o everyone feels a throt- Immediately returned and renowed y whllo it's otforts for a dainty moal from tling hand nt his throat. tactical Mrs. Sloven's flock and the hawk mo speak without "Let Tho thing which Is made tho mlstako ot Its llfo when It consldoratlous. basis ot our discussion Is this ignored, and maybe classed tho lady at tho thick volume in which 100 sentences with those who couldn't throw, for This as U momentarily alighted on the begin 'Germany renounces.' volume by fence near the house the good woman droadful nnd murderous s, which coufession our own unwoithl-nos- with tho aim of an old time rltlo pitiless disrup- shot hurled a rock at Mr. Hawk nnd our consent to tion, our agreement to helotry and killed him us dead as the proverbial "U ' slavery, are to be extorted thiw took I HJmk "And I to-da- tho mercantile fleet passes Into hands, without c.tbles, without colonies, without foreign settlements, without reciprocity nnd legal protection, es, and oven .without tho Ju fixing prices right to for tho goods and nitiules which wo havo to deliver as tribute. "I ask you what honest man will say that Germany can accept such At the samo time, as we conditions. shall have to bestir ourselves to perform forced labor for tho benefit of tho entire world, our foreign trade, tho solo sources ot our wolfaro. Is destroyed and our home trade is rendered impossible. Lorraine Iron ore, Upper Sllcsiau coal, Alsutiau potash, thu Saar Valley mines and tho cheap foodstuffs from Posen and West Prussia aro to lie outside our frontiers. Wo aro to luiposo no higher tariff or protection than existed on August 1, 1911, whllo our euomles may do as thoy llko at every point in strangling us qt home. All German revenues must ho held at the disposal ot our enemies for payments, not for war Invalids nnd widows all as forced labor for products, tho prices of which will bo. fixed by our customers. . "What is a people to do which is confronted by the command that it is responsible for all losses and dam-ag- o that its onomlos suffered In tho war? What is u people to do which Is to have no voice In fixing its obliEn-ten- to Poifoim "That Is tho Jail picture In Its ex ternal aspects; without ships because THi: CIRCUIT COl'KT REPUBLICANS MEET IN MASS CONVENTION ENDS LONG TEK.U Tho Republicans of Ohio county The Ohio Circuit court will close tour weeks continuous sitting, to- met In mass convention, nt Hartford, morrow. Several terms Slaving been Saturday, and nppolnted delegates to pnsscd on account of flu bans and the state convention nt Lexington. war demand for farm work. Judge In thg absence of the county chairSlack called a special term for the man, Kd Burrass, the convention was last two weeks ot April, which was called to order by Hon. M. L. Heav-rlHon. Albert Leach was elected followed by tho regular May term ot two weeks. A large volume of civil chairman and Mr. A. D. Kirk secrebusiness nnd such criminal work as tary. On motion the chair nppolnted was on docket received attention, and Otto Martin, C. E. Smith, Richard both tho civil and criminal dockets Baker, William Schroader and Mack Cook, n committee on resolutions. are well cleared. The committee returned the follownth Day May !. Sol Embry, D. Infant, continued ing report, which was unanimously A n. nnd alius. Will Daugherty, L. for sale, cont'd. Albert Holbrook, Seduction, cont'd. Simon Dcnnlson, Inj, prop., cont'd. Frank Douglas, Aid. Pris. fined $100. Tom Hlnes, pro. llq. cont'd. Elbort Murphy, G. larceny, fined adopted: Resolutions. We, your committee on resolutions, submit tho following report to the Republicans of Ohio county, In convention assembled. 1st We endorse the call of tho state central committee for the stato convention to be held at Lexington, May 14 ,1919. 2nd. Wo hereby reaffirm our allegiance to the principles ot tho Republican party, nnd pledge ourselves to use all honorable means for the success of Its nominees at the November election. 3rd. We hereby endorso tho candidacy of Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset for tho Republican nomination for governor, nnd Instruct our delegates to tho state convention to vote for, nnd use their Influonce nnd all honorable means, to secure his nomination. lth. Wo recommend ns dolegntos aud alternates to tho stnte convenn Repubtion tho following licans: well-know- U00. L. & N., overcharge, dismissed. dismiss- Walter Craddock, ussault, ed. Estll Goff pro. llq. cont'd nnd alias Tom Hlnes, Same, cont'd. L. B. Crowder, C. D. W. Judgment $50 and ten days In Jail. Basil Lawrence, Nulssauce, fined $50. flth Day May 10. CIVIL DOCKET. Taylor &' Bcuu vs I. C. It. It. Co., cont'd for plff. Lou Smith va Davo King, Judgmout for plaintiff, $1500. 7th Day May 12. Oma Leo Turner vs Mary Hoavrln, continued for plaintiff. Molllo A. Haydeu vs Rockport Coal Co., verdict for Deft. vs P. F. Brown, C. U. Hhoads Judgmout for Deft. Nth Day May lit. C. It. Roblnsou vs Mcllenry Coal Co., continued. W. E. Porter vs E. & B. G. Packet Co., Contluued. G. W. Campfleld vs Same, Cont'd. E. F. Culbor'tson vs Beavor Dam Coal Co.. cont'd. Oth Day May 1 1. v Flnloy Cartor vs Motion for ditch, on Dok'RIttCS. trial. Hoavrln, R. B. Martin, J. H. Thomas, W. S. Tinsley, C. O. Hunter, AR. Carson, S. T. Barnett, T. H. Muck, S. A. Uratcher, Mack Cook, Jesse Blankonshlp, E. S. Howard, W. II. Btflzo, Worth Tichenor, M. F. Chumley, a, A. Ralph, Dick Baker, V. C. Blankonshlp, I. S. Mason, J. A. Leach, C. E. Smith, W. S. Gaines, Dr. A, D. Park, Dr. C. DaWoeso, S. O. Keown, J. O. Keown, Otto C. Martiu, A. D. Kirk, Thomas Barrass, Sam Steveus, W. S. Dean, E. G. Barrass, C. E. Crowder. M. L. As a contributory evidence ot Ohio couut)'a good (ItUensblp we raontkm that the county Jail is untenanted. Alternates. Ray CookvW C. Ashley, W R. Car-oN. B. White, D. B. Burtlett, J. n, Tho effort to build a modern highway from Bowling Green to Owens-borvia Cromwell, Beaver Dam, Hartford and either on down the present route of the Hartford and Owensboro road, or by Hcflln, appears to bo up to the Hartford section. It is our Information that the resldonts along tho Hefliir route have practically raised their quota; sections we as to the Beda-Bufoare not advised If anything has been done, and it, not, If tho road Is built it is morally certain to take the Hcflln route. Beaver Dam and the section beyond, to Green River, have their quotas almost assured, so we nro Informed. This leaves Hnrtford section unprovided for, at this time. We are for the building of modern roads for every section ot the county, characterized their platform convenbut as it appenrs to us, no other road tion and that the necessity of a Recould possibly bo constructed that publican primary election In August would result in so much good to so would be obviated. The candidates great a number of people. Is the Indorsed tonight will file their pettown of Hartford, the the people of itions with tho secretary of state, and going to sleep unless other candidates come forward this community, through the present opportunity like within forty days of the date of tho sluggards and let this greatest ot August primary will bo certified as If this local designated under the primary elecboons die section lies down on tho stretches on tion. The following candidates were ineither side, thereby breaking the link between Bowling Green nnd Owens- dorsed: For Governor Edwin P. Morrow, boro, 'depriving the thousands ot of Somerset. others ot the right to use a good S. For Lieutenant Governor road, it would bo the most shameful thing that this community Thruston Ballard, ot Louisville. For Secretary of State Fred A. has been guilty of since we have known It. We don't believe it will Vaughn, of Pike County. For Attorney General Charles I. do so either, but It will require work, liberality nnd a bit of apparent sacri- Dawson, ot Plnevllle, Ky. For Auditor-- John J. Craig, ot fice and wo have come to the point Covington. where It must bo done now, it at all. For Superintendent of Public In-- ,, We are asked to raise by subscription, 20 per cent ot the estimated struction George M. Colvin, of cost, this to be supplemetned by a Spriugfleld. like sum by the County, the balance j For Clerk of the Court of Appeals Roy B. Speck, of Bowling Groen. or 60 per cent will bo paid by the For Commissioner of Agriculture State and Federal Governments. W. C. Hannc, of Shelbyvllle. Don't loose sight ot the fact that there Is absolutely no way to get this splendid and much needed highway FISHING PARTY' HAS SUCCESSFUL OUTINGwithout the people along the route raise the 20 per cent. So lets get A fishing party mado up of Dr. A. busy, do It now, because tho matter will bo finally closed for us within B. Riley and littlo son. John, Joo tho next tow- - days and the opportunity Miller and son, Joe Jr., Babe Collins, Harve Shefilold, with Lem Nail for gone for a long time to como. cook, spent last weok at High View, mm KEPT HIS PLEDGE 6n Green rtVer. Tho party reports BUT DAMAGED A TREE a catch of moro than 150 pounds ot fish, uud that thoy had a vory pleasMr. Charlie Taylor, the Plunlng ant outing. Dr., Riley is authority a twelve Mill man, of Beaver Dam, would keep for the story that after his promiso If he lost a limb. One ptfund cat fish had got loose from day Inst weok Charlio started out to 'where It was tied to the bank Mr. learn to pilot u Ford, and whllo pass- Shefflold caught It with a dip net'. ing a neighbor's houso the women ,The story is reasonable to tho flshormnn, who knows that folks sitting on the porch, observing; ho was a UUle awkward In operating a fish turned looso nfter bolng long tho machine, smiled at his clumsiness. tied lequlres a littlo time to recogStung by tho mild criticism Charlie nize the condition ot its freedom, bnuterlngly told thorn ho was going nnd is'slow to move from the spot. to learn to opcrato that Ford or land It In a ditch. A fow minutes later ALL TEACHERS TAKE THIS EXAMINATION the Ford came to a suddeu stop and on a treo needed replacing, tho bark All teachers In tho county will bo but Charlio kept his, pledge, If we may required to tako tho examination this a treo tor the ditch. substitute ear, on account ot tho Introduction m Agriculture. of the uew branch, THE FRUIT CROP. Reports of condition ot the fruit Examinations will be held hero y crop Indicate tho damage to all fruits and tomorrow, and tho great is more serious than it appeared number ot teachers over nssemt sometime ago. Small fruits, except at a single examination Is exj black berries, are practically all kill- to appear. Teachers holding ed. Early upples appear to have suf- and Lite ceruucaies must fered least, though seriously damag- for examination, along ed, aud late apples, except In special- taking it for the first ly fnvred localities, arc almost a teaching ot Agricultur. complete failure. Peaches are drop- schools Is made n ping rapidly nnd only a small crop law. passed by tU General Assemt of this 'rult will hanij on until tho right dlrfrt o, rd te I I to-da- By Fred D. Vanover. Lexington, Ky., May 14. Condemning the Democratic administration of the state for wasteful extravagance and violation of the confidence of tho people, the Republicans of KentucKy In convention hero tonight ndoptcd a platform Into which was written a remedy for their political Ills a declaration of Independence .from n demagogic rule and unanimously indorsed n ticket headed by Edwin P. Morrow to lead the party to victory in November. The convention was one of tho most enthusiastic and harmonious gatherings of tho party ever held In Kentucky. It was also asserted by old convention followers hero that the crowd of moro than 4,000 persons crowding the auditorium In Wood land Park, was tho largest ever seen at a Republican convention. from the moment E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, rapped his gavel calling' tho grent gathering together at two o'clock thi3 afternoon until the closing moment of the convention, tho proceedings moved with smoothness and rapidity, despite the fact that some Democratic hopes had predicted a wrangle In the convention over tho indorsement ot officers for certain places on the ticket and over tho adoption 'of a policy with regard, to the tax problem. The ticket Indorsed here tonight. It was confidently believed by tho leaders, would be accepted by the people with the samo unanimity that mm I STORY OF DAUGHTER OF GENERAL TAYLOR seemingly overwhelming forcos tacked the little American army. , at- HUNS SEE HOPE IN SLAV UNION m Eloped With Jefferson Davis Place Of Marriage Mystery. One of the strangest of the great American romances and one about whlcli no two accounts cvor .seem to agree wns that ot Jefferson Davis and Sarah Knox Taylor, daughter of Unchnry Taylor. They eloped and were married against the bitter opposition of old Rough and Heady, that much Is certain, but where they were married always has been an uncertain Altout Itlii'iiiiintfoui. Rheumatism causos more p.iln and suffering than any ohtor disease, for the reason that it is the most common of all ills, and It Is certainly gratifying to sufferers to know that there is a remedy that will afford f, and mako rest and sloop possible. It Is called Chamberlain's ' Liniment. TIII3 JHM'KNT ROAD TAX. Leaders, Crushed By Allied Peace Terms, Turn To Country For Help. New Kork, May 10 H paH m vaB V m H aH aaH " Germany has point. I Today, If one goes to the ruins of old Ft. Crawford, near I'rarlrlo du Cheln, Wis., folks will point out the spot where young Lieutenant Davis courted pretty Sarah Taylor and they will relate that the pair wore married not far from the fort. At the Taylor homestead near Louisville those who usaert they know the story ot the romance can show the little spring b( Hide whose rippling waters the young people wnlked and tnlked In their courting days. And the story Is told that the two were married at the old Taylor home. Down at Ft. Gibson near the Oklahomtobacco a-Arkansas line, can be encounonly (two story of the elop-moin wooden hogsbaby takes too much When the tered still another and the window down which food tho stomach turns; the result mellowness sets Sarah Taylor Is said to have descend- is Indigestion, sourness and vomited Into the arms of her waiting lover ing. Frequently the bowels are InIs pointed to as irrefutable argument volved and there Is colic, pains and Roll a Velvet Cigarette Velvet'! nature-acein favoi of the Ft. Gibson versjon diarrhoea. McGee's Baby Elixir Is mildness na imooinnm mike It Juit m Still another tale heard In the south- a grand corrective remedy for the You mellowand bowel disorders of west is that the elopment occurro.l stomach is now of a good lien Ft Smith, An. where CoIt 1 babies. It Is pure .wholesome and jp-!rttK - Taylor fT ni" and Lieutenant Davis nlo pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c iiirn is never ' y i to I that per bottle. Sold by Ohio County re stationed at ot.e t'i:i- you. m Drug Co., Incorporated. thi'Vonple were marrlci there m o-.A fifth story Is that I In two went you have "Engaged to four girls at onco!" secretly to St. Louis on a river steambig er, after eloping from Ft. Crawford, exclaimed the horrified uncle. "How Velvet and wore married at the home of Col. do you account for such conduct?" "I don't know," said tho graceless mellow friendliness. and Mrs. William Christy, friends fr tho Taylor family. The old Christy nephew. "Cupid must havo shot me Detroit Free mansion was long ago' one of the with a machine-gun.- " You and Velvet begin Press. landmarks of St. Louis. S o-- t Davis, thon a young West Point friendship today. Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggors) graduate, and Miss Taylor met when are flatulence Colonel Taylor and Davis were both sallow complexion, assigned to the small force that was. symptoms of a torpid liver. No one relations. f jZjjcJfXsfyvuS&acco Qt .1 engaged in protecting the long north-ve- st can feel well while the liver is Inac. Dii You Enjoy J.lfe? frontior. Taylor and Davis were tive. Herblne Is a powerful liver A man In good physical condition conspicuous in subduing Black Hawk stimulant. A dose or two will causo and In putting down the several all bilious symptoms to disappear. . Is almost certain to enjoy life, while uprisings that occurred In the Try it. Price 00c. Sold by Ohio the bilious and dyspeptic aro dem spondent, do not enjoy, their meals early 30s. It was in 1S33 that the County Drug Co., Incorporated. and feel miserable a good shnro of attachment between Davis and Sarah the time. This ill feeling Is nearly ' Taylor sprang up. Davis was then WEEK OF MOURNING Mh A few doses of i!6 years old, a tall, slender man, with CALLED OVER TREATY always unnecessary. yji MCWT - MYERS TOBACCO CO. Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up j a rather lean hansome faco and largo gray-blu- e eyes. He was as straight Borlln, Friday May, 9. A week tho stomach, Improve the digestion r- i mnwnirT-.rn- v xarrrr u an Indian, and he had all the grac- of mourning has been decreed by the and regulate the bowels Is all that is most desirable available land and it has reverted from dellnciuout taxTry It. m es of the southern gentleman com- government to give expression to tho needed. mako detailed reports on It , Qp payers ovKit m:vs or bined with the military bearing of the "sorrow and depression" called forth This Investigation was begun somo Miss Marks said although tljo bo1 young West Pointer. by the announcement of the peace RATK INCHKASK MICINSARV. ago, nnd has been practically Sarah Kno Taylor Is described as terms. The week will begin Sunday Ainorongen. .May 11 An official durs' land measures failed to come jtlino lo a vote lieforo the last congress tho compioieu in mo houiuorn stutes. tuo years Daprovides that public n v2.y comely girl, several Tho decree Washington. In a statement Is- - abstract ot the preliminary peace of tho Int'.'lor, with Ji-- j Georgia land that Is being considervis's junior. She was greatly In lovo frivolity must be stopped for a period sued by Director of Hallways Hines terms published in the Dutch new-l- t co operation of '.ho Department ot ed l.i mostly cut-ovtimber land, young officer, but when the of eight days. Its proUslons affect with tho is shown that the total deficit to papers which was retranslated and theaters In the same ' the government for 1919 In tho man- - rend to the former German Kmperor I ubor nnd Agriculture, was going and v hen cleared will mako excellent subject of marriage was discussed the first-clas- s ahead with tho rluis. Under tho ill farming soil, she said. It Is not cabarets. ageincnt ot the roads will amount to with her father the old colonel furi- manner as the popular has aroused considerable agents Hwampy or uiarshy, and very llttlo Dancing, horse racing and gambling ously refused his consent. and implies that In or- - cituuieut among the members of the rectfon of Kthclbert Stewart, will visit forty States and locate tho drainage will bo required exact reason why Taylor did will bo surpressed for the week and der to make up a part of it It will bo llohctizollern party, The not look with favor upon Davis's suit the occasion wjll probably be used to necessary to further Increase freight An inkling concerning what tho never has been divulged. By some It put definite end to tho gambling and passenger rates. 'Kntente intended to do in connection was said to be due to the fact that he 'renzy which is holding Greater BerIn view or the fact that Director with bringing William Hohenzoltern did not wish his daughter to marry an lin In its tentacles. A season of soul .General McAdoo raised the passenger to trial had reached the Uerman army officer; others have suggested searching would seem lo be the most In many cases fifty per cent and ficlals earlier in the week, They communicated tho Informa-po- r that it was because of a difference In probable reaction to tho frivolity and freight rates horizontally twenty-fiv-e SS&YY&SSSSS opinion beaween Taylor and his su- gambling which has been In progress. cent, any further Increase In Hon to the former Empress, who lo likely to ralse as great a played signs of marked emotion, but bordinate arising out of a courtinar-tla-l, upon which both sat. Old Hough storm as would tho recommended pol- - docided to await tho appearance of a Icy of absorbing tho deficit by taxa- -' fuller official report beforo making and Heady was a man of strong likes nnd disllkos. Ho never forgave an tion. In explaining tho deficit Mr. ho news known to her husband. A special messenger motored to enoiuy and an antagonism onco acHInos admits that there Is a trenien-- j quired was never erudlcted from his dous falling off In business and that Arnhoni Thursday to procure copies Meanwhile mind. He sternly forbade his daughtho local newspapers. therefore expenses could not be cor-jrespondlugly readjusted ter to huvo anything to do with Davis. ?! Industrial tho former Kmperor continued his J Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been 1..i i It Is likely that Colonel Taylor was enterprises," ho says, "have gonerally usual occupation of sawing logs but in use for over over 30 j'ears, has borne the signature of ruBpnnslble for Davis being sent to suffered embarrassment on account of apparently ho Is suffering from evur- and bas been made under his per- --J? His Ft. Gibson, then a remote post llttlo ! the fact that business has beon cur- prowlng norvous excltinent. EOnal supervision cince its infancy. L&jcAfyjZjrjfc, tavorcd by army uion, Davis did not tailed." It Is likely that whon Con- saw worked as never bofore and his coc&risv. Allow no one to deceive you in this, gress meets It will probe tho causes 'physician, Dr. Koorster, who assisted tind it at all congenial and resigned ill Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just- " are but The strain of modern from tho army in 1S:I5. of tho deficit to detormlne whether him, was completely oxhnusted at Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of liness life is too much for it has In any way beon duo to the lunch time. It was In 1S35 thut history records Infants and Children Experience anainst Experiment. How former Kmperor tho nmrriugo of Davis and Miss Taythe nerves. You need a mismanagement and oxtravaganco news thocorrespondent wastool; tho unable the lor. But history is vaguo on tho which huvo beou charged cm nil sides nerve sedative. Try Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, matter of where tho marriage ocHlnco tho taking over of the roads by to ubcortalu us ovury one In tho auntie s. Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. Is sworn to bocrycy regarding curred. Cortuln It Is that Col. Taytho Government. It is pleasant. It contains p--o Rumors wore circulated In neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It3 lor's iitur aided the young pair, ago is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it tho vitiligo that ho attompted to com-m- il CaiiMj of Headache, tho luovltablo auger of her lm suicide by hanging, but those aro been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Fla'uJjney. biotlior. The Kentucky version Is liy knowing the ciuse, a dlseaso "Wind CjIIc and Diarrhoea; alluyiiig Fever Jsliue- -s aiising hU attendmay often bo avoided. This Is par- considered canards since that thoy wont married at tho home therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bovyels, aids of the nUtar, who wjb thou icsidlug ticularly truo ot headache. Tho ants are quite calm. the assimilatlou of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. on tho Taylor homoHtead most common cause ot heudacho Is a The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's FrJeiid. The young luldo died u few months disordered stomach or constipation, aftor tho marriage. Both sho and her which may bo corrected by taking a FOR FLETCHER'S hiiiband fell 111 at tho same tlino and fow doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. F J iiulthor could bo Informed of the othA Nerve Sedative that is Try it. Many othors- - have obtained 4 er' condition. It Is said that Mrs. recommended for Nervousponnanont relief by taking these ?Bears the Signature of LAND I'OK SOLDIERS. Davlg died without her father's Thoy are easy to tuko and Tablets. Two million ucres of good land Sleeplessness, Epilepness, m mild and gentle in effect. have been located in tho Stuto of Taylor, too, never quite forgavo sy, Hysteria, Chronic Headmm r w " ss Georgia nlono for uso in tho proposed ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICK. Jefferson Davis, though bis enmity ache, Nervous Irritation, Anyono having claims against tho reclamation project for discharged townrd tho futuro president of tho jr jpm w confederacy wns ameliorated someostato of K. II. Taylor; doeeased, will soldlors, according to Miss Stella N. and for use by those adple.iso present same, properly proven, Ma,rks, special agont ot tho Investiwhat by tho latter's gallantry at the dicted to the Alcoholic or administrators, gating and Inspection service ot tho to tho uudorslguud Davis was battle of Buena Vlbta. Drug Habit ugaln a subordinate under Taylor, for settlement, nut Inter than Juno United States Department ot Labor, who hns been In St. Louis after 1st, 1319. then a general, in the Mexican war SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Kind You spondlng aevoral weeks In Georgia W. M. IiROWN. By not a tow historians campaign. THI CKNTAUfl OOMMNV, NI with other agents locating available H. L. TAYLOR, CO., Elkhart, Ind. Davls'b Mississippi riflemen are giv-)- ii MILES MEDICAL Most ot this property Is ownlands. Administrators. the credit for baying tho day at ed by the State of Georgia, to which Rochester, Ky. Anna's Jiuoua Vista when SuuU I The following counties to date have voted the 20 cent road tax: Fayette, Shelby, Franklin, Nelson, Mercer, Pike, Hopkins, Owen, Wash ington. Grant, Muhlenbury, Henry. Carroll, Fulton. Carlisle, Livingston, Letcher, Martin, Wolfe, Owsley. Estill, McCreary, llutler, Cumberland, Hancock and Perry. A careful examination of the above list will show that a great many of tho counties that have voted the tax, have much better roads than some counties that have defeated the tax.. What is the reason? Tho tns by the people of Kentucky for bad roads Is far In excess of what the tux would be for good roads. Perry county perhaps holds tho re cast cord as only 72 votes were against tho tax In that county. Every county In Kentucky has gone over tho top In tho Liberty Loan, Red Cross and Y. M. C. A drives, now why not go over the top for roads? Let us have good roads. NOT EVENTUALLY BUT NOW. reacted to the peace terms by turning to Russia as a possible source of eventual help from the stem penalties Inflicted by tlie victors at Versailles. This symptom of a desire for revenge Is strongly apparent among the leaders ot Germany. Tho Treaty of Peace Is not accepted In Berlin as the It Is regarded as a final reckoning. temporary affair, which Germany will later attempt to destroy. For this purpose, Russia Is the principal instrument at hand. The German statesmen have begun In fact, wlth- out waiting for tho arrival of the full text of tho Versailles pact, to lay their plans for cajoling the Rtissl.ius into a new Intimacy. The Peace Committee of the German National Assembly ha drawn up a recommendation that Germany come to terms with Russia .mil conIt Is clude a Treaty of Commerce certain that If any such treaty Is made the Germans will give a generous exchange to the Russian Herein is the danger to tho Western world. Russia is still nn outcast nallon. She in searching everywhere for friendship. If Germany is the first to grasp the opportunity thus offered, makings tot a new menace to civilization will begin to start in the East. Germany, seoklng relief from the heavy burdens ot uncertainty and nonproductlvlty that have existed since the signing of the armistice, Is apparently anxious to accept any terms of Peace that will permit It to return to work. For this re.iMni it is probablo that the German plenipotentiaries will sign the treaty after a final protost. But there can be no trift In their signatures. They will regard tho document as a scrap of paper, if over the opportunit comes to destroy it. Whether they will deliberately seek this opportunity, depends more than anything oNe upon tho future develpoment of Utissian-Germa- n v aV ally SMOOTHEST SMOKING TOBACCO .VTH A little drawin' on a fren'ly pipe often saves a heap of drawin9 on a bank account. Smoke over your problems. a Velvet is a friendly tobacco in the truest sense, because, like friendship, it has been allowed to ripen natur- r nothing forced or unnatural There are "hurry up" ways, with patient ageing years heads) can bring out the Velvet apart. d but that - n know what ness think friend who harsh the There about thing XBSm i r4&- your . ' mi ' In-dl- i i ! ?r Ci IWS&MJ&I&O i f a t X R -- trial I ! er y. ( es Children Cry for Fletcher's dls-rat- xifi im 5aJf rsr 8 k ot i-'- '" W wwr7;i as-go- What 5s CASTORIA do-jpl- tu Children Cry CASTO R GENOESE CASTORIA rr ALWAYS tr , ArfAfjytJ, 44 In Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought 'i''l ''&." "f-r- -- W F AiA. 42 WHEAT AND $2 CORN SEEN Grain Prices Hinge On Government Control, Is Gcn- -' cral Opinion. Minneapolis Minn., .Mny 10. Tho grain situation, so fur as Northwest markets iiro concerned Is Just as unsettled ns tliu weather. Prediction on grain prices secured from brokers nml millers liy the Unit-- cd Prpqq fn.dni .rnti fmtu ii.ri.lnnl ... ,llll u.... IglHIIlltll easing off to eiuphntlc assertions that tho next few weoks will soo wheat at $3 a bushel and corn at f 2 n IiubIi-o- l. It all binges on Government control of tho situation, brokers said. The efforts of Julius liames, Federal wheat director, to force down prices wcro given somo credit for drops in tho last few du)s. C. M. Case, president of the .Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, however, said be believed farmers were Just now hearing of It) WINTKUS 10 Hl'MMKItS SINCK THEN TsThlgh prices and arc proceeding to let IIAVK ItOLI.DD A WAV-go of their holdings. "The farmers have been busy," he Forty winters and forty summers said. "They have heard about tho high prices and arc hauling their have rolled away since persons who grain to market. It is the farmer are living and well today first took uck nway from the markets who the prescription for "Number 40 For holds his grain and he is tho last one Wood." "Number 40" is compounded from Ingredients that are set down to hear about the high prices. Is a good demand for grain, In the U. S. Dispensatory and other "There and of course u possibility that prices nuthoritlvc medical books as follows: will go up, but I believe we have seen "Kmployed In diseases of the glandm-anlead poisoning, scrofula, rheu-Ttho highest prices already. In three system, in blood poison, mercurial weoks the Texas and Oklnhoma wheat will bo on the market 1 be- mutism, catarrh, constipation, liver lieve there will bo a big movement and stomach diseases. Under Its of wheat In three weeks, and It will use, sores, ulcers, nodes, tumors and Undoubtedly there will be scrofulous swellings that have withcontinue. n big crop, and 1 don't see how prices stood all other treatment disappear can go very high in tho next three ns If by magic." Sold by Ohio county Drug Co. weeks Tho Government Is not likely to NOT ENOUGH .MONEY. Buffer any loss on Its guaranteed price of $2 26 to the farmer. It isn't Paris, May 3. The financial possible for the price to get below Foreign demand for the new clauses of the treaty between the althat crop will be large. Russia which lied and associated nations and Gercountry has for a long time been a many continue to bo the most disbig exporter Is down and out. She cussed sections of tho document and will need food badly nnd will bo In nro almost universally condemned by the market for come of this year's the commentators for not making crpp. It will be several ears before Germany responsible for tho repayHusia recovers. There Is not much ment of the entire cost of the war prospect of meat or other food arti and for leaving Franco with a burden cles going down so long as there Is placed at 170,000,000,000 francs. "What will the stupefaction of n European demand. I -- .... l t 1.. ...U II .1.... I d ar I Franco In order to rehabilitate that country, have been pouring Into the offices of members of Congress and are Invariably accompanied by criticism of the methods of tho Wnr Department which have permitted It. Frank V. King, a member of the city council of Ft. Wayne, wired to Senntor Jlarry Now a protest which received immediate attention. Referring to the treatment of the 113th Knglncers doing duty In France, he said: "They have been In Franco about seven mouths, making almost two years In Jho horviro, and they object to the way the government Is using them In tho building of roads and the transferring of them into the regulnr army nml the bringing iiacn or tno regular enlisted men. Tncy n,8 ol'Jcct to tho way the gov eminent hns released ball players, prize fighters nnd boxers, etc., who dlil not serve one half the time thes; boys did." Senator Now took the matter up with ilio'War Department and was told that tho regiment Is being retained In France for reasons of "military necessity." In BUREAU FORECASTS A BIG WHEAT HARVEST !:JcM::Se:s::::-Mi..t .7?.rriTTwl7r,tTvt.Tir.irii.ni. : .i,tt mi, ,','?,. U. S. Crop Bureau Reports 1,046,000 acres In State. The bureau of estimates on crops, United States Department of Agriculture, in one of tho most optimistic statements of agricultural and live stock conditions offered In many months, reports" Kentucky now has 1,040,000 acres of wheat left for harvest, 'as the crop came through the winter in such oxcellent condition t;int only 1 per cent of tho big ncreage sown last fall was plowed up for other crops. Its excellent condition, 102 per cent now promises a crop of 15,257,-00- 0 bushels If no serious injury occurs before harvest. Last year at this time the condition wns 101 per cent, while ten-yeaverage condition is 80 per cent. The entire United States winter wheat crop now shows a condition of 100.5 per cent compared to 8C.4 per cent May 1, 1918, while the total acreage Is 48,719,129, compared to 3C.704.000 acres last year. This Indicates a probable crop of 899,915,000 bushels of winter wheat nlone, compared to 558,449,000 bushels produced last year. Jtye anil nay in Kentucky now show acreages slightly less than last year, rye CI, 750 acres, which Is 5 per cent decrease, and hay 1,150,500 acres, which Is two per cent decrease. ar F7 J s ' Model 90 Breaks the World's Non- -. stop High Gear JV Hlft ,.W ftM&l'rH jj (V I' . YVt Oh Boy! The owner of an Overland owns all out of doors."" In his Model 90 he goes in comfort and. with an enjoyment possible only because of the high quality, fine appearance and unfailing performance of his car. Last month in Oklahoma, a stock Model 90 Overland p car broke the world's high gear record. 4,370 miles in 7 days and nights in high gear, over bad roads with a gas record of 20.66 miles per gallon. This durability and economy is an every-da- y advantage for Model 90 owners order yours now. ' ,i non-sto- '4-- ., -S -- s I t -- ' Kentucky farmers report 13 per cent or last year's hay crop still on farms, compared to an average of 9.4 per cent for tho entire United States. Farm work Is unevenly advanced In this state, farmers reporting 75 per cent of plowing and 38 per cent oj planting done by May 1, compared to 75 per cent and 40 per cent, May 1 1919. Some sections are well advanced, while others aro badly delayed by wet weather. Pastures show a condition of 92 per cent compared to 91 per cent. May 1, last year. Livestock came through the winter in good condition both in Kentucky and the United States as a whole. Spring lambs are doing well, although occasionally farmers report serious losses. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Catherine It. Stewait, deceased, are hereby notified to pre sent same to me, properly proven, on or before June 10th., 1915, or they will be forever barred. This April 2S, 1919. JOHN H. STEWART. I It3p Administrator. v TO WOOLGROWEUS. Each county is being urged by tho Dopartment of Agriculture to pool tho wool clip and sell in county pools. You realize that this method of bale has proven highly satisfactory In tho past, ai.d In this plan tho margin of safety necessarily used by buyers is eliminated, which meatus a better price for wool. .'ho following suggestions about your wooi in order to make It l at a maximti1!! prle Is offered by men of long experience In tho sheep and wool business. You can spend no more profitable time than In picking tho burrs out of the wool, this to bo done of course Do not shear before you shear sheep when the wool Js damp even from heavy dews; keep your sheep up In a dry place, tho night before shearing nnd do not shear for several days after a rain as the wool will be light from washing out tho grease. g your wool well "and Bo sure keep tho tags separate as tho tags Qnnurn will cnll nt f, fvirwl Ttrlnn paper or cotton twine, (this is lm-- 1 portant) nnd tio each fleece neatly sc-ito-ta- ''.iU MOTOR HARTFORD Kentucky CO. Hnt-tfore- !, , Ovxil.nJ ModI Ninttr Five Tiiungti Touring Car, J985 Come to our store to. b. Toledo " condemns her to bank r w... n,i ui,ii,,iv. nihil i,iivvn uu y ! taMaaj ,i.... ruptcy? asks La Nouvello. The Dem other RrniiiH beforo the first of July TJfov nsst'rtPil IIhtm ! n lili wlutnf ocratic Socialists' official organ, Hualy unre- shortage and pointed out that millers n,an,,.' c"n''u' iservedly, saying It is a "Bourgeois hero have declined to tako orders for capitalistic peace which no Socialist Clour for delivery after July 1. deputy can ratify, and history will "Tho millers havo already contract as a criminal breach of a ed up to tho limit of the supply." consider It sworn word and an outrage on morsaid Henry Meyer, vlco president of tho Capitol City Milling & Flour Com- als and right." m pany, of St Paul. "Prices cannot como Surgeons agreo thnt in cases of down until the now crop Is hero. and There Is no surplus anywhoro. No Cuts, Hums, Bruises most Wounds the important Canadian wheat Is arriving here, so virst Treatment is d When an ofllclent antiseptic Is I know, desplto tho Governfar as promptly, there is no danger of ment threat to let porno through In nn effort to break tho high prices. Infection and tho wound begins to Nobody knows what tho Government heal at once. For use on man or boast, Horozono Is tho Ideal AntUop-tl- c will do after July 1." and HeallngAgent. Buy It now emergency. Price When ou nave Backacho tho liver and be ready for an or kidneys aie sura to be out of gear. 2ic, 50c, $1.00 and ?1 SO. Sold by Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho Ohio County Drug Co. in liver, kidneys nml bladder A trial 50c bottle wilt convince you. Get It NAVY 11HAN .MAY ItEIHTK 4G-at the drug store HIGH COST OK LIVING l'KOTKST SOI.IHEK WORKMEN .Discovered! ono article of food Washington, Mny Further protest that will contribute Its mite toward ...ngalnSt tho uho of American soldiers reuueing tno nign cosi oi living, lr- General Public, allow us to In- fin Franco to do common road work o I !,. -- ..l l..l. ,!..! n I'""" "W ...!....lI,or victory "I"."" 11 1.1 lUUIIil'U IUUI 1 t yr you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll ring-i- n pipe or cigarette papers and with a jimmy nail some Prince Albert for 'packing! SAY, ... S iBiiigpDpn . - ! I - IllUMMUU JUU IU UU1 UUIIVlUtlUI, 1UI. I WOMAN'S NERVES 4 MADE STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Winona, Minn. "I Buffered formoro than a year from nervousness, and wa3 so uau i couiu noi rest nt night would lio a wane and so nervous I would havo to get get up and walk around and in tho morning would bo all tired out. I read ubout Lydia E. Pinkham's pound and thought 1 would try it. My nervousness soon left me. I sleen well and feel fine in tho morning and able to do my work. I gladly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'u Vegetable Compound to make weak nerves Olmstcnd St., Winona, Minn. How often do wo hear tho expression among women,-- ! '1 am so nervous, 1 cannot Bleep," or "It seems as though I plioulii fly." Such women should profit Ly Mrs. Sultzo's experience and givo this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, a trial. For forty years it has been overcoming such ecriouB conditions us displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, periodic nnlnn. backache, diz ziness, and nervous prostration of women, und is now considered the btun-rjir- d remedy for such uiltnenta, Vogotablo Com- etrong." Mrs. Albert Sultze, C03 'Navy Hcan. There, now tho formal meeting Is over with. Tako Mr. Navy Hean Into your arms and Into your home. Mr. General Public, and feed him to your family He will help to sustain you for he is very nutrlous and he'll not prove such a drain upon your market purso. Mr Navy Bean is the lone philanthropist among all of tho food famHo has dropped while ilies others havo Joined tho amalgamated association of high prices. He, too, formerly occupied nn exalted position In that society. That was In 1917 when he sold at 16 cents a pound, Wholesale. he is soiling at 9 cents a pound, wholesale. Tho navy bean Is about the only food that has been reduced in prico since tho war. Tho decline in price is said to havo rosulted from a big crop and curtailment of the demand, due to the fact that tho Government is no longer purchasing largo Quantities of bonus for' tho army and navy. The prlco of navy beans reached tho maximum in 1917. Then tho Food Administrator took charge and the wholesale prlco for 191S ranged from 11 to 12 cents a pound. Local wholesalers recall when 1 cents a pounds was tho quotation on navy beans. Those wore bofore-the-wdays. y. To-da- y ar Just between ourselves, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the youT land square peak-of-pleasu- re rn that Prince Albert ! Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide openl Talk about smoke-spoI Quality makes Prince Albert so all-fir- ed rt appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hand3 out! P. A. can't bito or parch I Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your particular smokeappetito i yljT Vi i T 1V3 Ji 5liil and separately. J Secure your wool sacks and pack ( the wool in tightly nnd store In a dry place uutll tho pool is rendy to handle it. Do no tshoar too early as It is thought that the market will prob ably not open beforo June. The man who is careless with his fleeces nnd has a lot of mixed wool full of burrs and tags nnd poorly tied is responsible for low prices received by the man who handles his wool right. Will you lot such men cheap- en your product, or will you Join hands with the men of tho county who want tho highest market price? You can do this by selling your wool In the graded pool. Copyright HU nolo Dj h.j. Vou buy Princ Albert tvtrywhtrt tobaccoU toli. ToppyrtJ bag; tidyria tint, handiomm pound and half pound tin humidorsand nor caf, practical pound crystal glata humidor with tponge tnoitttner top that kfpt tha tobacco in tuch perfect condition i N. C- lebucoCo, R. Ji Reynold Tobacco Company, Winton-Salem- , Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTO R !A FOR about tho peaco table and tho absence of Congress," said Chairman Simeon D. Fess, of tho National Itopubllcan Congressional Commltteo, lo your correspondent. "Tho report of a rail deficit of 1130,000,000 tho first thrco months of the year emphasizes tho necessity of immediate solution of this prob lorn. The anomalous situation of tho greatest railway system !u the world ono of the most Important agencies 0f prosperity, rapidly deteriorating not only In ofllclen- cy of service but in stability of finance m. l. Mccracken, and rolling stock, at tho moment County Agent. when It Is carrying tho lurgest traffic at tho highest charge on tho publ'c FKSS ASKS SOLUTION OK ItAIIiWAV 1'JtOlSUOM ever paid, Is to apparent to varrant comment. Under govornmop: ontrol Washington, May "Tho country operating expenses havo so Increased , has Inevitably sufferedd from uncer- that tho railway business faces bank tainty induced by both the situation ruptcy whh'i mi Qomand a con people will ask The sldered. tlnuanco of l,i national treasury mu.st meet this sltua 'economical and efficient service us "Congress en a security oi irunsporiauou. , tlon. In tho soluiiu of It the owners v - hate invested the'r "Tho remedy is uch modification of the roads capital and 'm-takui all of Ihe risk of tho law touching the rallwajs an rights mpci lot". Jiut to permit lmmcdlato "return to their must have tb"-ltho roads caiist bo run for pio-i- t owners, making them responsible for to tho ownurs ahm" In (he solution 'tho service. Thero should bo rigid the employes must be considered in governmental supervision, so as to the assuranco of steady employment permit them to run as regional tho best posslblo conditions at terns in ordor to satisfy and protect concerned. Tho a scale of wage that will enablo them all the elements to maintain tho American standard public will Insist upon th retention they of whatever Improvement havo been of living. These conditions owtiorshlp, have a right to ajk. But tho rail- - Induced by govorpment roads cannot bo run for the payment such has common terminals, lutor-o- f wages alone. Thero should also change of tickets, routing oer short-b- o provided for tho protection of be- - or lines, and so on. Tho solution of cuilty holders in ordor to securo a this highly Important and vital proh-reamarket for tho sake of needed loin has been delayed all too loujr. Improvements demanded by the grow- - and ono of tho first moasures lo doing business of tho country. In tho taken up by tho new Congress will Bolutlou also tho public must be con- - b'o this," r -sys-undy i acjri' M7W f4prjftiyy The Hartford Republican work. Ho wants to be of service to ac- the farmers and courts their quaintance and Inquiries. His vices nrc free. Use him. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) Ed llarrass says Doc I'lrtle pulled no less than 300 his old miles last week, searching for n bit of clear water In which to fish. , Joe-boat ser- Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY ?X)$QttQQtt$QQQttQQQGQQQQ&9QQ$QQGfXXX S Incorporated 30I1N IIKNRY THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, Associate nnd Business Manager. Editor Kditor Entered according to law at the rostofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to The Sunday School Is the bulwark of public morals, but It Is deplorable thnt too much time Is wasted In discussing the distance from Jerusalem to Joppa. Only great moral lessons that prepare the children for good citizenship and faithful and devout church members should be given attention In the Sunday morning The Republican state convention that met at Lexington Wednesday was the most harmonious ever held In tlicistulo by any party. There was not note of discord, not a wrangle or dispute. The platform adopted represents the best thought of tho time, and the ticket nominated Is composed of men of known efficiency and high character ...1.1. - ......... ,t... nil. Willi il MUlIt; IIIU Ullll'l .I.... Mil, have a mighty good and lug husband. killed That Lady of Central Grove, who the hawk, tho first throw, . .. . UUglU III -' M well-behav- Jfc mj ' - Clarence Raley, a mighty good terpiece until he finishes it. So the the erratic moods of the careless citizen of near Horse Branch, was new Maxwell, a completed work, driver. here a day or so ago, and complained is now robed in new garments. drive to reach It was a five-ye- ar somewhat of there being too much They do not make it run any betthis present peak of Maxwell efficiThomas, Tinsley and grape Juice in ter. They make it look better. his paper, but, as he paid up his dues ency. But the engineers, and the Mr. Whistler, himself, were he for more than a year In advance we manufacturing men knew that didn't take no special offense at the here today and saw a new Maxwell building a chassis without founda-menta- l criticism. pass on the street, would probably Breckenrldge News says Clov- The change in design year after Wc are authorized to announce I. give it a second look. S. Mason a candidate for Representa- erport should clean its streets and cut year would ultimately tell in reWe had n letter from Capt. Al A little touch here, the straighttive of Ohio county, subJPct to the the weeds lest a child get lost and the Bamett, now in Germany, this week. sults. For everyone knows that action of the Republican party at city bo sued. The same danger con In which he said he would take great ening of a line therq, the bringing doing one thing results in doing it 2, 1919. fronts Hartford, and in addition to pleasure the primary election August in yanking that withered, ' of a fender a little closer to the well. the danger of children getting lost wing swinging to that old bird, 11111 ' wheel, a Circassian walnut dash beSo in five years 300,000 MaxWe are authorized to announce in the weeds, there is serious risk of Hohcnzollern, tho exile in Holland,' How fore you as you sit at the wheel, the George Baker, of Muhlenburg county Ihein belling snake bitten. wells have come forth, all built oir for being personally responsible for strength lent by putting the gas a candidate for the nomination for ever, Hartford oftlclals depend for his missing three straight fishing the original chassis plan each State Senator In the 7th Senatorial weed destruction on an early frost trips with the bunch on Grassy. tank in the rear, the multiplication ; new one better than the last. district, composed of the counties of 'nipping what is left by Eck Rial's of bonnet vents, the adding of three autoThere is no self-startiMuhlenburg. Butler and Ohio. sub-- , cow For the life of me I can't just sec more painting coats, the increased mobile in the world that has such the' action of tho Republican led to how old Noah managed to put up thickness of the seat cushions The German peace commissioners with so much party at the primary election, August a manufacturing record. water at one time. -have refused to sign the peace treaty whilst I , these, though but a few of the many 8. 1919. Think what it means to a man some water is a mighty admit submitted by the Allies. The reason good and handy thliy; to changes made show the tendency fish In, diswho owns one : We aro authorized to onnounce assigned is that the terms are so solve sugar for syrup, for John Henof the new beauty. He has not paid for a false overDr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg drastic that nothing worse than sign- ry to wash his feet in about once In It is in the sum of many little head. He has not paid for manunoml- - ing could possibly happen to tho GerCounty, as a candldato for the three months and a few other things things that the full story is told. facturing mistakes. He has not natl.ir. tor State Senator in the 7th . man nation. If Germany persists in but it is my notion, privately exThe car was first checked off in district, composed of f refusing to agree to the terms offered pressed, that the weather man who Senatorial paid for experimental work. He Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- an awkward predicament will con- orders all this rain never tried fishsquares, as a doctor sometimes has not paid for the changes of front the Allies. They will have to ing or farming when the whole face ties, subject to the action of the marks off a man's chest and back to mind of another man. police, the entire country with milParty at the primary elecof the earth was covered with mudd test every square inch of the lungs. Today you get a better Maxwell tion to be held August 2nd., 191 J lions of soldiers and finance the oper- murky liquid. And there was an improvement an expense of billions of dol- ation at than any of the 300,000, and a betln made in nearly every square. mm. nttntt nn ter looking Maxwell. It is a finish" T. to J"i.ili.il.l.i ,Un, UlU-- l.if Ull ntU WHITE MAN'S STABLE. ' j nn.nllu roiloflo'l 1 onftanlnif cliiinta nlnv " "- -" ' When the task was done it look" iarc ed work,va completed task, a thing with the Republican state convention Germany will sign the treaty, bu Tho country is full of lung and ed like a different Maxwell. except the Democratic newspapers, well done. is by no means certain.' catarrhal fever among horses, and this action But it wasn't. You ran no risk and when you Tn Jw en nnrf lol nlicari'nr nuvitinnir people need to exercise extreme cau ' """"""' Rubber tires are off 15 per cent. , ,, It was the same, sound, cast your eyes on it you are tempted Most of us do not buy rubber tires, is iii iiiu icui ui uui luiMiiiunira iiii'i tion to prevent spread of this disease. must chassis built to stand, the gall what she can get, but the I hav just completed thorough cleanto feel that the price might easily but it is good to hear of the price of peace take commissioners of the Allies In- ing and disinfecting my stable, have of rough and ready driving, built be $200 more. fiomething coming down. dulge no such feeling of certainty. whitewashed It, and at considerable expense have made it perfectly safe a Republican congress conAfter See the latest Maxwell at our Salesroom Following a visit to the capitol for the housing of stock. My stable venes in Washington, Monday the city we venture the prediction that is now the cleanest, and clearest of President will find that things have the Democratic contest for the nom disease, of any stable in the county, changed since Betsey died. for governor is between Black and I absolutely guarantee against .1 "ea. " people ior uiacK infection ot any stock left In my It is a nrettv certain fact that party declaring for universal military and the politicians for Rhea. Ono charge. I shall appreciate your patA. C. ACTON, Manager. n Democratic leader re-- 1 ronage, will insure the safety of your training will have the soldier vote marked "the people who do the vot- - stock and trcat yo rIghti arrayed almost solidly against it. ing aro for Black but the people who a j umi i taaiq The' Louisville Courier Journal do the counting are for Uhea." Den- -' Hartford, Ky said Wednesday, "A political party Is hardt's candidacy appears to be not tested by the men it exalts," it was taken seriously nnd Carroll, admitADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIIK. KOIt SAI.K. referring to Champ Clark, and not to tedly the ablest of the quartet, is a One large, chestnut, sorrel mare, victim of circumstances in being unA. O. Stanley. All persons having claims against 7 years old, IB hands high, excellent known to the people and unpopular tho estate of D. F. Forman, deceased, traveler to buggy and gentle for The most persistent advocate of with tho politicians. To the disinpresent same to me, properly children to drive. Will work ahy "personal liberty" can not question terested observer, standing on the will proven, on or before July 1, 1919 or where nnd Is a 'good brood mare, in, prohibition, even when outside, it appears that Stanley's'ar-m- y tho fact that they will be forever barred. the best of condition. not very strictly enforced, contribute of appointees aro Instructed to E. B. MASON, C A. KELLEY, Admr. to public order. ' line up behind Rhea, but since the 46t3 Whitesvllle, Ky. Buford, Ky. 46tf Stanley Army will pass under the Money judiciously spent for buildcommand of Gen. Black, after next ing, good roads is in no sense a con- Monday, It may react to Its new mastribution to a public enterprise, but an ter. ' Investment that will pay large rer turns in actual caah. -- , FltOM OYKHTIIKKK. "" -ng C,.-,.l.- NOTICE TO SURSCRIRERS. Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address musi give mo oia address in making tho request. Bus ness Locals and Notices loc ler line, and Be per line for addition il Insertion. Obltunrles, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in advance. An Industrious mathematician has Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, 6c per line. calculated that turning up the clock Anonymous communications will one hour has resulted in a saving of receive no attention. 9S3.3S5 working years, which leads us to Indulge the melancholly reflecTELEPHONES. tion that an additional 245,843 Cumberland w .123 years might have been saved but for CO Fanners Mutual that nobody was the accident thoughtful enough to suggest the MAY 1 I'RIDAY clock be moved up an hour and a quarter. What a stupid old world this is. ANNOUNCEMENTS Circuit Judge, R. W. Slack, who has been conducting court hero for in about three weeks, ought to have the last part of his name ch angid, Qk so some of tho lawyers tRy, i iixsfi' o-- " 1,1, , kAvj$iELu- - feSS outrage when a lower can i wriie nnoiner teller a ,ottop wllhout lts ,,eItlB ,mbshcil ,n It's a dadfrazled second-rate, County newspaper John Henry knows durnd well that the letter I wrote him from Grassy last week wns strictly personal and not for publication. some ' We couldn't make the Maxwell any better; so we made it better looking' An artist never frames his masto endure, to "stay put," to stand all fi ". !"""" '"'"" . "''7, 1 re Ohio County Motor Co. I well-know- 43 flSV&SVfS3; Better Roofing For Less Money. ; If our Ohio county farmers would Poltersdorf, 'Germany. build good roads, clear up the thickApril 1, 1919. ets, clean out tho fenso rows and Miss Blanch Burden, drain their low lands they would Beaver Dam, Ky. double tho valuo of their property I received your My dear Cousin: nnd quadruple tho Joy of living. y and was sure glad to letter The miners of tho county are hav- hear from you. I am having a good ing a disappointing number of idle time now. I have been in Germany days, occasioned by want of orders every since November and am on the by tho operators. The extremely bank of the Moselle river. I have mild winter has materially reduced seen lots of pretty things since I have have been out of tho fuel consumption, and both operators been here. months, employes are feeling tho effects United States twenty-thre- e and and I sure do want to sco you ull. ' of it. I have met lots of boys from KenWith freight and passenger rate3 tucky and it is pleasant indeed to get largely increased, un'd 'tho ruilroads with a boy from my home state. Say Blanch, I havo been going to tarrying the largest volume- of trafWhen did you seo fic in their entlro history, the gov- school, aro you? 1 have not heard from her operat-in- g my girl? ernment lost $875,000,000 In them last year and' McAdoo for two months, and it seems liko wanted to continue the procets for two years over here. How aro tho mines working now? lite years. I would lovo to bo back In Beaver Senator Hitchcock says If a Repub- Dam again and see every body. I am in a hurry so will close for lican senate refuses to ratify tho League of Nations clauso of the peace picture and you must send mo ono ot treaty, President Wilson will qppeal this time. I am sending another directly to tho country. Is It possible of yours. your" cousin, Konator Hitchcock has fo soon forCorporal M. B. COBBS, gotten tho President's luck in apCo. F. C9th Inft, A. P. O. 74G. pealing to tho country In the last days of Octobur 1918. LUMUKIt FOR KA1.K. Our now county farm agent Is hero nnd ready to sorve tho purposes of Bough lumber, all grades ot Urn- our farmors. Mr. McCruckon Is a luir, for sale, fine type of guntlomnu, Is thorough- J. B. YORK, ly competent and has bis heart In the 45t3 York's Store to-da- FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR all-around Don't Doubt! Don't Wonder! m I .'4. utility, the Ford Because of its One Ton Track with worm drive has made itself an absolute business necessity. It's so dependable in service wherever placed, flexible and sure in control and low in cost of operation and FORD maintenance and possessing that TRUCK vanadium steel strength, it has YOUR become the want in every line of NEED business, from retail merchant to manufacturer, from engineer to contractor, from corporation to fanner. Let us tell you details and give you a demonstration. Track Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit. Let us send our price list of Roofing material which positively proves the Savings, and Satisfaction you can have by purchasing needs here. We know the Roofing Material business. Our experience is focused in the brands we offer-yoat a reasonable u price. l S ,4.'illli E. P, BARNES & BR0. FordsYille Planing Mill Company JAKK WILSON, Manager Beaver Dam, Ky. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I Mr Harry May went to I'tlca, nesday, to visit relative. Wed- Mies Etta Holder has returned from n week's visit at Fordsvllle. 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 Mls Gola Bond, Concord, Is visiting Mies Ernestine Ralph. Mr. CInrence Haley, of Koslne, was among our callers Tuesday. Miss Mercedes Halrd, Alexander, Ky., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jesse Smith, this week. Mr. visited PREPARE FOR HOT WEATHER " ' j " i , Frank Johnson, Llvcrmore, his ntint, Miss Mamie BenMrs. Sam McMurtry Is visiting her nett, the Unit tif the week. mother, Mrs. 0. W. Smith, at Calhoun. Misses Beatrice Bean, Mary Tap-paDorcas Lyons and Bonnie Sosh pent last week with Miss Catherine Mr. Joo Tato has movod his family to the rooms over the pnstofllco Williams, at Nocreek. building. Mr. Eugene Allen returned to Mr and Mrs. James Lyons have Bowling Ori'on, Monday, after spendreturned from a visit with relatives ing a. few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Walter Allen. at Hnyncsvllle. n, $175 to $285 We Want Every' Lover of Music to Iear ' IV The Edison Diamond Disk Phonographs w: rw I $$ 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. Hi tItCT0N says Tho Owpnsboro Messenger Osborno Disc Harrows with and there is a rumor afloat around Washwithout tandem attachment. ington that Judge J. S. Glenn will bo W. E. ELLIS & BRO. appointed postmaster at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix arrived Our Hog Tone Is absolutely guarIn Hartford Saturday, from Miami, No Florida, where the had 'pvt the anteed. You arj .tho Judge. benefit no pay. witter. OHIO COUNTY DHUa CO. hnpti-.iiii- ; Incorporated. at Keltic 46t2 There was Sunday. A numi-cof people from Commrnccmcnt Exercises at the Beaver Dam j-- j 1 other points were present. Beaver Dam High School begins today. The graduates aro: Ella Belle Austin, Carrie Lowe Park, Anna Lou Mr. George L. Johnson, of recently visited relatives Hazelrlgg and Walter Chapman Case-ble- r. at his former home, at Sulphur Springs. Miss Elizabeth Moore, Secretary of Miss Mattye Duke returned Mon- the Homo Service work, will leave day from Campbellsville where she Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, where taught in the High school the sho will attend the Division conferpast season. ence of Home Service work of the Red CrohS. Mr. Calvin Her, of Washington, and Miss Marie Her, of Owensboro, were Mr. John J. Midklff, of Whltesville, guests of Mrs. J. Casky Bennett the spent a pleasant hour with us yes. first of the week. terday. Mr. MidkifT was formerly a citizen of Ohio county, and has many If you hav iiniei!i'i) 0'i wdiit to friends hero who welcome his occasell advertise it in the Republican It sional visits to tho county. will cost you but a trifle anl will bring you a buyer. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Martin, of Utica, Gpnriro Williams, a yoldicr station and Miss Emma Vcach, of Ft. Smith, ed at a camp in south Carolina, is Ark., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennie Wil Stovo May, Sunday. Miss Vcach will remain with the Mays for a few days. liams, at Heaver Dam. ElUa-hethtow- n, 35 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 FAIR'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. 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 worry. Remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. well-selected :i E. P. BARNES & BRO, Beaver Dam, Ky. (The J.'KIDAV Hartford Republican MAY HI ! Personal and News Social-Events. ; Ml kinds of feed and field Seeds. W. E. ELLIS & lino. Call on ACTON BROS., for your 45t2 Lawn Mowers. . i, An electric, railway is being built from Louisville to Camp Knox. ; fo.kt, Florida, A' small army of fire ratl-i.. have been In town most of too Mrs. Vernon LIggon, of Chicago, Mr. Uriah Coppagc, of Olaton, Is arrived Sunday, for a visit with her tho guest of his sister, Mrs. R. R. parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. Wedding. Mr.John T. Moore, of Louisville, Hoosler 1 & 2 row Corn Drills, also who had been down for tho past w'eek Empire Corn Drills. on a fishing trip, went home Tuesday. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Lena Combs, of Dukehurst, Mr. J. A. Bellamy, of Deanfleld, was tho guest of Misses Elizabeth and called at this office while in town Bculah Moore Thursday and Friday. Wednesday. Mr. Ben D. Rlngo, member of the Deerlng and McCormick Mowing ;:ny tax .commisslo i, vns here Mou in circuit day for .some business Machine repairs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. court. :44t4 Tuesday was doctors day In HartRev. A. D. Litchfield, who has been confined to his room for several ford. Drs. J. S. Smith, of Mcilenry; weeks, on account of blood poisoning, Oscar McKlnney and P. T. Willis, of Beaver Dam, and Ross Bennett, of is able to be out again. Williams Mines, were hero as witnesThe play party at the Blnk Thurs- ses in the suit of Culbertson vs the day night of last week was a delight Williams Coal Company. ful event for the young folks, and was liberally attended. v "Vengeance And The Woman," the Tuesday night serial running at the Mrs. Mary E. Ellis and Mr. Blanton Star Theater, is attracting Interested and it is Ellis, son of Mr. Howard Ellis, left nlteqljon by theater-goer- s, yesterday for Colorado, where they said to be more thrilling and sensational than the "Fighting Trail," thai will spend the summer. was recently so popular here. Mrs. L. S. Igleheart, who recently n, Tho A. C. A. will receive livestock had her tonsils removed by a at St. Joseph's Infirmary, in for shipment on Monday, 12th. We BR0S" for your are very anxious to get started Louisville, has arrived home. shipping and if you wish to ship liveDr. Newton Raines, of Roslne, was stock with us, bring them in. AS You can get mixed Feed and Shorts In town Monday. The .Doctor Is look- AMERICAN SOCIATION, 45t2 ing fine and would fool tho guesser at ACTON BROS. S. L. KING, Manager. at his ago by about ten years. Esquire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, Wo were Indebted, whllo In Louis) Among Hartford boys recently arcalled at this office Tuesday. rived homo from military service ville, Friday, tc Mr. Clove Her, for an Will sell any one a block, 300 lbs.. are: Sldrfey Williams, Andrew Glenn, Invitation to attend a banquet of the Claude Barnard, Russell Pirtle and Merchants Wholesale Grocery Comof ice for $1.50 pany, of which ho Is President, at Hugh Hamlet. ELLIS ICE CO. 45t4 tho Louisville Hotel, but wo lacked Mrs. Will Schlemmer and, little tho time to Indulge the pleasure o." Mr. Tom Stevens, clerk at tho Commercial Hotel, visited friends In Bea- daughters, Elma and Wilhelmenla, attending. and Mrs. Mary Lauterwasser, are visver Dam, Sunday. Messrs. Ed Barrass, John T Moo-- e, iting relatives at Cannelton and Tell W. S. Tlnsloy and Dr. J. R. Plrtle reCity,. Indiana. VULCAN Chilled turning and New turned Monday from a fishing trip Cround Plows. Mr. William Potts, of Olaton Route near tho locks, on Rough river. Tho W F. 1 LLIS & BRO. Grove, McLean party was" handicapped by a flood 1, went to Beech county, Wednesday, where he will In Rough river, but managed to cop Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, days with his nephew, a quantity of fish a llttlo way up Miss Hester, who spent tho winter in spend several tributary streams. Mr. W. M. Coleman. returned home Friday. sur-geao- .&$& Well-Trie- We Have The d International, Combina- tion Disk yind Shovel Cultivators Rev. A. D. Litchfield will preach Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the at tho Methodist church here Sunday Baptist church here, is in Atlanta, atmorning and at night. tending the Southern Baptist Convention. t Mr. Albert Cox has sold bla store ;bulldlng, known as tho "Big Store," Mr. David Wilson, qf near Beaver Jat Dundpe, to Mr. Cullie Acton. Dam, was the Wednesday-Saturda- y guest of bis uncle, Judge John B. - Mr, Harlan Tlchenor and family Wllbon. left Tuesday, for Illinois, where they Miss. Harriet Flenor and Mrs. Daiwill mnke their futuro home. sy Mosley aro assisting county clerk Liver-morBlenkenship in making the sheriff's Mr. Herman Renfrew, of his aunt, Mrs. S. J receipt books. vUIted Wedding, tho first of the week. .Bring your Junk and get your Feed, Implie sure you see the International Fertilizer, Seeds and Furming Shovel and Disc two horse lements-from combined e. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, riding Cultivators before you " ' Beaver Dam, Ky, 42Ct B. ELL1S & un0' W. e, pur-chab- If tho Republican is a little shy on local nows this week wo hopo our patrons will Indulge us a pardon. On account of a visit to our home- folks in Louisville, and a business trip to Frankfort wo wero away from Mrs. R. W. Slack, after spending a tho office three days, and lost time week with her husband, Judgo Slack, leaves Its trail oven in a newspaper who is homing court here, returned loffice. to her home at tlfo Frederlca Flats, headquarters for Wo still are In Owensboro, Tuesday. Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Wall PaElder J. V. Cooms, of Danville, per in this vicinity. Wo buy in Indiana, will hold a series of meet-in- largo quantities, get special prlcen at tho Fordsvllle Chrlbtun and give tho purchaser tho bonofit. church, beginning nest Wednesday Our House Points range from $1.90 per gallon up. and continuing two weeks. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. ' Incorporated.' Elizabeth Mooro and Mrs. 4Ct2 Miss t Sam Barnctt went to Madlsonvllle Mr. Rowan Holbrooke who was in Wednesday, to attend a two days meeting of the Regional Conference Owensboro d'urnng the tobacco deof the Home Servlc.e of the Red Cross. livery season'wlth tho Daviess County house, of which he was onoof the Capt. Earl Bennptt, of Owensboro, owners, hut) moved back tp Hartford who has been under treatment for for tho summor. Mr. Holbrook has several weeks- at tho Hopkinsvlllo sold his Interest An the Daviess Coun- -' hospital, has been transferred to a ty house,' but will bo Interested In a federal sanitarium, at Washington new loose leaf houso to be built on iwest Ninth Street. city. We will have a car of Jones' Fertilizer in at once. Call us Immediately. You can save money by getting it 'at the car door. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. J g You will need to cultivate your crops in a hurry this season, due to so much rain. So be prepared by g farm implements. securing one of these We also carry a complete line of agricultural impletime-savin- ments and machnieiy at prices that are right. W.E. Ellis &Bro HARTFORD, KY. communicate with Mr. Silas Stevens. Beaver Dam, or W. L. McCracken, county agent, Hartford. Wo have a full line of new Perfection Oil Stoves on display. Come in and look this stovo over and let us show you just what it will do. We have sold and thoroughly tested sev eral kinds of OR Stoves and we flud that the New Perfection comes nearer doing Just what we want an Oil Stove to do, nnd that Is to brown the biscuit. If you will try ono of these Stoves out, ns we have, we believe you will agreo with us. ACTON BROS. NOTICE. We now have sufficient suppyl ot Ico on hands to furnish farmer clubs. Will make special prices for the season where clubs take out at ono tlma 1000 lbs., or more. Wll make contracts with clubs, any time during Mn.y. ,. ' ...ffjp 45t4 ELLIS ICE CO. JP300 REWARD. . ' Hon. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, has been in Chicago for the past three wedks, "recuperating In a saniattack of. influenza. tarium, from-aHo returned to Kentucky in time to attend the Republican statu convention at Lexington, Wednesday. FOR SALE. meeting of similar representatives at Good mule, 10 hands high, about lar .losses. Wjllard Hotel. In Louisville, tho .Tuesday night, at which tho wooj 12 years old. Will weigh about pounds, i pool of tho stato will probably be 45t4 ELLIS ICE CO. will 40t4 bold., v Parties .Jntorcsted 1,-2- 00 of tho Ohio Coun- 45t2 ty Wool Growers' pool will attend a Representatives Hartford, Ky. For tho conviction of tho person or persons who stole ono blue and ono red steor, each three ycarsold, and ono red holler, two years old, from our pasture laud on Rough river, near Hoflin, within tho past ten months. This reward is continuous for simiBESSIE ( C SMITH J. F. SMITH. LULA A. COX. ' - rr ' i . i&rxt z?"VFzy' " "KsrfltwHwWBiw, '('J- - WPPff.'-l1-- - a. iNWpTKWt'rthrtfaw"! fn j 1 iVsW 'III S ll 111 'I II lliMHK i NsooJ The Flow of Meat of the live stock in the United States has to be raised in Two-third- s the West. One-hal- f of the consumers of meat live in the East. In other words, most of the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the. people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" were in They built up the right balance. distributing systems refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser benefited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this serviceat a fraction of a cent per pound profit. Swift fc2 & Company; U. S. A. spent a few days last week with friends and relatives in Grayson county. (From last week.) Mr Leonard Kiinmel Is attending Mr. anil .Mrs. Clarence IJrown and the business college, at Paducah. children, of Equality, were the guests Miss Meta Hill is the guest of her of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Everly, Satur. aunt, Mrs. Ituth Groves, o day and Sunday. Rev. Cheek filled his regular ap-1- '. Mrs. Will llarnard and children, M. Virginia and Leonard, are visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Sunday school at this place Is proMrs Barnard's gressing nicely, Mrs. P. L. Wood is Louis Lambert, of near Horse Branch. Superintendent. Mrs. John Carter spent several Capt. P. Jones visited Mr. It. T. days of last week with relatives near Her, of Hartford, Friday. Heaver Dam and Mcllcnry. Mrs. Cecil Fulkerson and Miss Catarrh Wary Ethel Everley, of Nelson, were With LOCAL. Cannot Be Cured APPLICATIONS, as they in our midst, recently. cannot reach the seat of the disease. is a local disease, preatly InCatarrh Mr. Ira Miller, of Powderly, visitfluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an ed his daughter, Mrs. Vernon Ever-icInternal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medilast week. cine 13 taken Internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the e Mrs. Blanch Jones Is at tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was of her father. .Air. It. T. Her, of prescribed by one of tho best physicians CKILVLVO. y, bed-Bid- Hartford. Misses Athyl and Ama Wood have Toturned home after spending a few days in Owensboro, Utica and Cen- tral City. Mrs. W. I). Barnard returned homo Sunday after spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Luclan Den-- j Paris shopkeeper wrote to one uls, of Drakeshoro. tnf hta miutnmnra na fnllnwa "T nm Mrs. W. S Hill spent a few days, tQ off0J. c)oth ,ke thQ 0l. last week with her mother, Mrs. J. terclosed sample at nine francs tho M. Everley, w'ho was quite sick, at meter. In case I do not hear from the home of her son, Mr. Marvin Ev- you I shall cconlude that you wish erley, of Mcllenry. to pay only eight francs. In order Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and to loso no time, I accept tho last- children, of Louisville, are visiting mentioned price." Mr. McDowell's parents, Mr and Mrs. Hlley McDowell. Mrs. It. E. Everley has roturned FOR FLETCHER'S home after spending several days with her brother, Mr. Jim Boone, of I Nelson, who Is very ill of tuberculosis. Mr. Bun Muddox, who' has been in HOCKPOltr. tiorvlco ovorsoas, for sqveral months, (Carried over from Inst week.) has returned home. Mr. Henry Carter, of Nolson, visitMr. and Mrs. J. I. Hosick and son, ed his uncle, Mr. Oscar Brown, Sun- from Dawson Springs, Ky., visited day. friends nml relatives at thin place, Mr. Hosick roturned to Mr. and Mrs. L. B Qvorhults and last Sunday. little son William Mitchell visited their home Tuesday and Mrs. Hosick Jlr. 1. L. Wood and family, Sunday, land hon went to Lnulsvlllo for a visit. Mr, and Mrs. W. M. CUancllprtMr. Hosick was formerly cashier" of I in this country for years, it Is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with tome of tho best blood purlflers. Tho perfect combination of the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonial?, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Trops., Toledo. O. All DrugglstB, TSc. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Children Cry CA3TOR A Itockport Deposit Bank, and ha MASTKH COMMISSIONKU'S SALE. i Ohio Circuit Court. many friends hero. Wllllnms has gone to' Miss Ida , ., ft,n,,'fs' Louisville, to visit her brother and ,S' HEAVER DAM. CIRCUIT" COUIIT. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Williams. wife, Uarhara LunBfonl. ct nl., Defendants: Judge -- R. W. Slack, Owemboro. Ch'm'n. Bonrd W. T. McKennoj. By vlrturo of a Judgment and order Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Hunt spent the Clerk It. W. King. AMomcj O. E. Smith, Hart of the Ohio Circuit Court cn. i of with Mra. Hunt's naronta Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. ford. tereil at Its May term, 1919, in the Heart of Humanity" will be nbove styled action, directing mo to Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. Marshal R. P. Slovens. ( shown at Liberty ineatre, at I p. m yvX tho hereinafter described troiicr l.iki.. ,...u.i,,nn,nin r. Mar. j FOIIDSVII.M3. nnd S I M. on Saturday, 18th of ty. for the purpose of paying the In- - ! .,L. ...,..... n tin, Hartford. 1. . ilnlitn.lll i.n.- illinium .. - ii. ir .. ii Aod nnnln.! iii.i i'niiii ii hi June. I ,,... ,. .'frinlnn 1.....I t.'...n1 P.l t IfAnvn , f ..u- i .ij -- -, Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonci. -uccengeu, nnu ' "" Miss Mnrv Henrirlc and Mrs Mvrl the halnnco of the proceeds, uivming If Clerk Olla Cobb. Hartford. IM. Tlxton spent Sunday P. M. and an)011B ,ho widow and children of the',,. Moni,BT ,n Pollco Judgo C. P.'Kcsslncor. Marchll dav" evening in Heaver mm. . .. said J. C. Lunsford, I will offer for, ,' Marshal Grant Pollard. lti- - ttna uvl1' lo "t public outcry to the highest Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. McKlnney and Civil, OIPICIAI SCHOOL CALENDAR, of Ccntertimn . nnd best bidder nt the Court House 1st Monday in Mny 12 day son, Janes oinor, , Hartford. Ky., on Monday, , 12 days County Board of Education. aro (.pending tho week with Mrs. M. Jlinc 2, 1919. (It being regular counT ""?,,; .t. lipid. IV rnllrt il.iv! nl nno ,,V1.ipW V AT. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv, No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart""" n credit of six and twolvo 3d Monday In September 12 days Miss Gladys Everly, of this phu I.. visiting relatives, nt Greenville, months, the following described prop Civil "i.i , Is ford, Ky. erty, 4th Monday In November 12 days Ky, W. Duff, FordBvIIItf, Div. No. A tract or parcol of land lying and Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. being in Ohio County, Kentucky, on tho waters of Caney Creek, and Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUUT. bounded as follows: Ky. lleglnnlng nt a stone In the North Meets first Monday In each month. Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Itoslno, boundary line of J. T. Ford's land; Judges Mack Cook. For Infants and Children Ky. thence running N. C6 E. 51 . poles County Att'y. A. D. Kirk, 60 Dlv. No. r Otis II. Stcvons, Deaf In Use For Over Years to aa stone; thence N.S.4272E. E. poles Clerk W. C. Mankenshlp. 51 3j stone; thence to er Dam, Ky. I Always bears poles to a stone; thence N. 31 poles Sheriff S. A. Urntcher. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Center- the to a sassafras anil dogwood; thence! Superintendent E. S. Howard. Signature of J town, Ky. 6 . V. .TS poles to two red oaks Tnller Worth Tlchenor. and chestnut on a branch; thence up TImo of Meeting lst Monday In Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. said branch 96 poles to a hickory at February; lift Monday In April; lit Surveyor C. 8. Moxley. of another branch; HOCTOK WAItXEl) 1I1M AOAI.NSI the junction Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Authencu up tho lefthand branch S. 27 Coroner E. P. Itodgcrs. TAKIXtJ yl'IXIXE.. SAID IT .18 poles to a stone on said branch gust; let Mondny in October; 1st W. WOL'I.O CAL'SH PEItMAXEXT thence with said branch S. 4 E. 4 2 Monday In December. FISCAL COUnT. poles to the beginning, containing 44 DEAKXRSS. County Board of Examiners 1919 acres, more or less. Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, EIHs Sando-fu- r, The purchaser will be required to October Now llraunfels, Texas, Nov. 7, 190.1 execute bonds immediately W. S. Hill. after sale ci.nnn ' Hartford Dr. J. C. Mendcnhall, Evansvllle. to be approved by tho commissioner lst "Utric,r Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. 1ml. Dear Sir: "For nearly seven payable In two equal installments, Hartford, "earing Interest at G per cent, to have 2nd DMrlct Sam L. Stevens, Dear diploma examination. months I had a peculiar trouble In my tVin ttvrn r A ntfret f n ttijl Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllc. er Dam. I right car which caused deafness. !,,, a en wJu"bo Gained as May, 9 nnd 10 Common school Q. B. Brown, Slmmom. a specialist and he pro- - tiunul security on the land herein 3rd District 4th District G. W. Howe, Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. a formation of lime Mild. nounced It to be town. May 16 and 17 County teachers In some tube or blood vessel which , oiven under my hand as commix- : . prevented sufficient circulation and May?ri919reSa ,',,, D,s,r,c W. C. Daughcrty.Balie examination. (Whlto) Hartford. town. very little or nothing could be done May, 23 nnd 24 County teachers' OTTO C. MARTIN. Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Commissioner, for it. He also warned mo against ICtn examination (colored) Hartford. WcMIng and Glenn. Attys. 7th IRstrlct B. F. Rice, Fordsrlllo. taking quinine as it would make a June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd State 8tli District B. C. Rhondes, Hart teachers' examination (white) Fordsworse. Believing that ni bad matter ford, Route S. trouble was of malarial origin I began MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. vlllc. to take Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Juno, 27 and 2S County ami HARTFORD. Tonic, as you recommended it to be Koronce M state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Plaintiffs. taken where quinine was contra-ind- i ys; Notice. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. cated. To my delight I improved llessle .Morton, et nl.. Defendants July, Ohio County Institute. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Pursuant to a judgment and order from the start and at this writing Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. "S das later am entire.) rid of niv of !a,e entered In' the above styled Sept., 19 and 20 County and ncton at ,he Jny iorm 1319i of sa,(, I took all of six bottles, and trouble. ROCKTORT. cuurtf directing me to sell tho herein- State teachors' examination, (white) wlll take it awhile every seventh day after described property, for the pur- Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. to prevent a return." Very truly l)0se of HvidiiiB the proceeds nmong Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 26 and 27 County nnd Stato tho tlirlfoa mitlllml thnrntn n.l lnv -' "" v" .1. ! psppki. vnnrs. Killlnr N'nu mnnt nf tho rnsts nf Milt: fiction nnrl Police Jtldge John T. Jackson. enchers' examination (colored) HartBraunfels Weekly. Sold by Ohio Costs of this sale, I will offer for sale Marshal Will Langford. ford. County Drug Company. 'nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SAM in Hartford. Ohio county, Ky., on .Monday. Juno 2nd, 1919, at one1 Get the GenuinefUfT'SVl o clock P. M. (It being regular court Ohio Circuit Court. and Avoid day) on a credit of six and twelve Peoples' Savings Bank et al, Plaintiffs months, the following described Vs; Notice. property, situated in Hartford, Ky,, 1.. T Wright, et al.. Defendants. Bv irture of a judgment nnd orde-o- f and bounded as follows: First Tractf Beginning at the .?a!" of the Ohio Circuit court en my h k xXZffsSr-- Every nCake Union Street tered at Its May term, lSH'.i. in h' corner of of lot No. 35; thence wlili part Guicccd when everythlnrj else falls, g above styled action, directing me u Union St., 99 In nervoui prostration and ftmale I feet to lot No, 3G thence sell the herein described property '.veaknesse they arc the tupa-infor tho purpose of paying the Judg- - with the line of lot No. 3G to Iluffalo:i alley to a tcmedy, at thousands have testified. ment of the Peoples' Savings Bank K11 J thenco the'lne f tllu '?" hPn ei against L. T. Wright nnd Albert sak.e." angles FOR KlUNtY, LIVER AND and parallel with the Wright, in the following described at right STOMACH TROUBLE No. 3G. stake: I sums: $400.00 with Interest from lino of lot straight 7S feet to aparallel I It Is the best medicine ever sold line nnd September lst, 1911; $100.00, with thence a over a druggls"s counter. with Buffalo Alley -Peach Alley interest from Juno 3, 1910; $100.00 and from thence to totho beginning. 7 viV- 5, 1910; with Interest from June Same $100.00 with interest from June 5. wife toconveyed by J. E. Rowe an-1910; $130.00 with Interest from 17th daySallie Harris Morton on the of 1SS4, June i", 1910; $300.00 with interest in deed hookJune. C.page and recorded No. S5. v, Vaiii H t from Juno 5, 1910, credited by the A Second trnct: Bounded on th-- ; following sums: $19. SI paid March V i 4. 1914; $50.00 April IT TT 19. 1911; Northbyby Buffalo Alley, on the North Peach Alley, on the East and i paid August 1914, east $lC..r.0. 31. $100.00, October 15, 1914, $79. SO, South and Southwest by tho first paid Nov. 17. 1914. $71. GG paid De mentioned and described land. Same cember S. 1914; $46.00 paid Janu- conveyed by It. S. Moseley and wife ""lflt1R,jJimiaB'aafttliflU3lf L. of Hs ary 25, 1915; $247.50 paid March 5, to A. in Morton. Dated IrOR PERSONAL HYGIENE nt page Deed Book 1914 and $25.00 Novomber 11, 191 C. Difiolvcd In water for douches etop iD In the Ohjo County Clerk's oftogether with all tho costs of t lie fice. pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflam- A Safe, above styled action In tho Ohio Cir mntion Recommended by Lydia C. Tho purchaser will bo required to I cuit court and tho Court of Appeals Finkham Med. Co, for ten yearn. ! W AVt nrlt Kentucky and the cost of this sa'p, execute bonds Immedlafely after sale of A healing wonder for na?nl cntarrh, iiwucuY iui iiuiiua payable In G and 12 months, in euual 1 will offer for sale at public outcry oro throat and lore tiycp Economical. Sfrtnly-nrTMr'rontlnn-onHm ilwdttiiy tluuuuit i.J eemuuL'al i.wer. t H- ito the highest and best bidder, at the installments, bearing interest at the1 trotlmofilal ur Ii G per cent. Said bonds to SaKls Fra. 50,. .11 .lH.n... . . 1'ltl.V'S KKMIKL'Uh can oU,t ll Court House door In Hartford, Ky., rate of luA TheHmciTnlelConipanr. IIu.lno. Ma, you. ft judg- on Monday, Juno 2, 1919, (it being have the force and effect of Krep a bottle lwa; on hand. II will hrlp krn the little one regular county court day) at about ment, a lien to be retained on the laud lidHij ml lirnlthy . security the hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a herein sold as additional this the 9th 23c. a bottle at jour drug. (pn) Given under my clrt'n or general 11010: or ll credit of C and 12 months tho follow- day of May, 1919. hand jour dealer can't euppljr jroti V-VEing described real estato lying and end his name and Sc In ttampi OTTO C. MARTIN, and we'll twnd feu a bottle being in Ohio county, Ky., nnd boundI'romi'tljr, Master Commissioner. ed and described as follows: Two 4Ct3 H. P. Taylor, Attorney. 1 E. & S. FREY tracts of land, viz: mm First Trnct On the waters of Elm DALTIMORE MD. Lick Creek, beginning at a black oak MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ) on the side of tho Hartford & Loltch-llel- d Ohio Circuit Court. road, Clark's comer; thence with said road S. 75 E. 34 poles. S. C. W. Taylor. Guardian. Plaintiff. Vs; Notice of Sale. C2 E. 18 poles, S. CO E. 22 poles, S. 55 E. 15 poles to a white oak in Sam Una J. Taylor, et nl., Defendants. Ry vlrture of a judgment and order IVI Cox's line; thenco with his line V ivi 40 poles to a white oak Cox's corner; of tho Ohio Circuit Court entered at iui w . thence with another of his lines W. Its May term, 1919, In tho above ' ''.? m m ."J2 Peel rlcht nil tho time. Don't lav ofl 20 poles to a while oak, dog- styled action directing me to sell the from work for days by taking calomel wood and dead red oak, Claik's cor- within described property for the pur- -' Here is your opportunity to Insure when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-Lo- x keeps yos cgainst embarratiing crrora in spelling, ner of Cox's lino; thenco with Cox's poso of dividing the proceeds among on your feet, whilo relieving your troul pronunciation end poor choice of lino N. 40 W. CO poles to a white oak, tho parties entitled thereto nnd pay- meaning of puzzling words. Know the Je. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Donl Clark's comer; thenco with another lug tho costs of this action and cost war terms. Increase your efficiency, tako anything else. You can't nlTord of Clark's lines. S. 59 W. 24 poles of this sale, I 'will offer for sale at J which results in power and success. ' it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses oytx to a red oak, Clark's corner; thenco public outcry to the highest and best tem and relieves constipation. A nat with another of Clark's lines S. 10 W. bidder nt the Court House door In WEBSTER'S Kentucky, on Monday,1 , ural remedy, nnturnlin itsnetions, 50 poles to tho beginning, containing Hartford, sur in its eiTcct and certain in results. II :tc acres, more or less. June 2nd., 1919 at about the hour of NEW INTERNATIONAL won't bo long before Liv- - VcLax will Second tract On tho waters of one o'clock P. M., (it being regular completely displaco calomel in ever Elm Lick Creek, owned by Albert county court day) upon a credit of six DICTIONARY h an homc.t Ciiildrcn can tako it freely anj W'light, beginning at a gum on the and twelve months the following deteacher, n universal question Every bottlo guar, with perfect safety. south side of the Hartford and scribed real estato, situated in Ohio answerer, raado to meet your anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles None Lcltchfield road; thenco east with county, Ky,, and bounded and needs. It is in daily, uso by .genuine without the likeness nnd signa as follows: said road to a stouo about 10 feet hundreds of thousands of suc- lieglnnlng at a point In Levi Tayiuxu wi4&, urigsuy, r or buio Dy r from J. D. Clark's orchard fenco; ccuful men and women, tho woild over. . thence about North to a stone in the lor's lino 112', poles to a stake in 400,000 Words. 2700 Page. 6000 h W1LX.1AMB. lUrUor 12,000 Uloftruphlcal Enthird hollow from the Hartford ami said Levi Taylor's North EaM corner; tries. 30,000 Geutraplilcaf Subjects. Lcltchfield road; thenco about about thenco west 112', 4 poles to a stake In CRAM) PRIZE. (Ilifhdt Award) W. to a stone In L. T. Wright's line; said Levi Taylor's lino; thenco North WILL l'kmuna.l'acifio Lipo.itlon. thence S. to tho'beglnnlng, containing 28U poles to a stake In John Brown's RICIXAS and Editions. TAKE 25 acres, nioro or less. Deed of re- -, lino; thence East 112 '4 poles to a WKITC lor Spedinen Pages. FRUU I'bcktt Mujjs it you came this pdpef. cord In deed luiok 39, page 475, Ohio stake at Geo. W. Leach's North West mrnor: thence South 283 Doles to G. & C. MERRIAM CO., County Clerk's oflleo. b'pilDHfield, Mass., U. S. A. Tho purchaser will bo required to tho beginning, containing 200 acres, execute his bonds Immediately after nioro or less. Tho purchaser will be required to A Trealitenl sale with security to bo approved by tho Commissioner, payable in equal execute bonds Immediately after sale for WEAK fi t'(iiul liibtallmoiits due In t!x and and 12 moutlis, in Installments of bearing Interest at tho rate of C per twelve months, bearing C per cent lijyt LUNGS 91 cent, said bonds having the forco uud torest, said bonds to have the force A lieu will he and effect of a Judgment, and to he effect of a Judgment. CONSUMPTION I mil retained as additional security on the approved by the Commissioner, and a lien will bo retained as additional se-- j land herein sold. curity on the land herein bold. Given under my hand this the 0 A quick relief (or that tired, run down (celiac, Given under my hand this tho 91 ii of May, 1919. coughs, pains la chest, night sweats, Iiemor day of May, 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN, thages, weak lungs or consumption. II it docs OTTO C. MARTIN, V" not help you ll cost you notkiog. "" 11 v;3i.-- ' 4Ct3 Master Commissioner. a Muster Commissioner, & Kirk, Glenn & Slmmor-ina- u, 4Ct3 Heavrin Lock, dox 010 OHIO MEDICAL CO. P. Taylor, Attorney. H. Attorneys. COLUMBUS.a 'l l; DIRECTORY i- (,,,,, tv - -- T ""'""'. " ', r,,? I to-wi- t: a. 20. CASTORlA 30 I ri ain aildi-consult- Slm.eiZ 7-- ij I G&rmjJ c ESectric and-Peac- ZJltf2Pii itters mn ,.,,,;,, T ' Mis ir Mothers use 1 j j a. viytJ EvoryWomiul WavmiT ls m iy ue Jhl , Unn U-.- ; I (hi J USE Ll R-L AX m Ss For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of GteVcuchuilihd; cr t .- Constipation. I . YOU. INBU-FAPE- OUR I I GERMINAL REMEDY ! WmmmWW i7lZ&& FOR ONE MONTH rentiniHitniti:iiEaBB' vmmmW&rrz: FARM DEPARTMENT. Hum- WrlM'Innnrd Cliinlen. Many fnrmcrs foil to realize that of an ncro devotod to a d garden and will In ninny canes produco as much food as an ncro of field crops. Tho Garden should, and can with a. little made to produco bo plnnnlnR, throughout tho ontlro season Instead of only during n month or two In tho spring. Thrco to flvo plantings of snap beans planted at Intervals of two to three weeks, nt least threo early nnd one lato planting of peas, nnd frequent mnall sowings of lettuco will Insure n continuous supply of theso vegetables during tho cntlro season. Sweet corn xlioulil bo plnnted every two or threo weeks during the early part of tho season and, If the growing Pcasbn Is long, two plantings should bo made In July nnd August for use. The early garden should nlso bo planted so that spneo will bo nvnllnblo when needed for planting fnll and winter crops, thus making It possible to havo fresh vegetables practically tho cntlro year. onc-tonth woll-plantwell-tendenu-tu- bOLDIKIVH LETTER. . .' 'Chain jcaB-w- thatioven money ln unlimited quantities can not buy all it wants. Salad oils is quoted at $338 a pound and tea at $H.G7. There Is a choice between dog flesh at 78 cents a pound nnd horse flesh at $1.69 a pound, whllo other meats coat $2.82. anarchy, and "Disorganization, P Kgg yolks, which are rich In fat and which aro often, loft over from cake making, may be used to enrich soups or may bo combined with milk to mnlto custards which resemble cream in composition nnd enn bo used ns cream on dossorts. Time To Plant Soy I tonus nnd Cow- - Although .soy beans and cowpcas may be sown during n period from tho early spring until tlmo of planting depends largely upon tho lntltudo nnd the use to bo made of tho crop. As a main grain or hay crop, the host time foe, planting Is about tho same ns for corn, or when tho ground hns become thoroughly warm. The plants will then Mart quickly and make a rapid growth. The plants grow slowly in cool weather, nnd ordinarily there Is no advantago In planting earlier than Experiments have shown that corn tho soy bean may be planted earlier thnn tho cowpen, being able to wlth-htan- d moro cold In tho early spring. Kor pasture, green manure, soiling, or oven for a hay crop, both tho soy bean and cowpea may be sown ns late as August 1st in tlTc South and July 1 In the North. r, nothing, say officials of tho nlted States Department of Agriculture The annual property loss from lightning In tho Unltod Status is about $8,000,000, and by far tho greater part of this loss is in the rural districts. Directions for installing lightning rods are given In Farmer's Huuletin S24, "Modern Methods of Protection against Lightning. " This may bo obtained free from the Division of Publications of All fire Insurance tho Department. companies, says tho bulletin, should roduco premiums In favor of buildings satisfactorily rodded. X Lightening rods properly Installed reduco rhk of loss by lightning to Siifoly in MglUonlng IloiN. Prices Aro Hugo. The following editorial taken from a late lssuo of Hoard's Dairyman, Is well worth careful reading by every thoughtful farmer In America: "Tho U. S. Mluister to Sweden reports that during January tho pcoplo of Moscow, Russia, wero paying $1 58 a pound for black bread as against ono and a half cents In 1914. Uuttor sells for $11.29 ns against 23 conts a pound in 1914; milk for $1.14 per pint as against IV cents; sugar for G.77 a pound as against flvo cents and so with many other commodities. "Wo nntlclpato that prices aro a reflection of tho scarcity of food, and LIVEB OUT ACT OfQESTSON WAS BAO Say CS Bolshevism aro costing the Russian pcoplo untold suffering, and hunger stalks at every door, whllo politicians rant. Would that It wero possible for us to carry our milk and cheeso nnd butter to theso Ignorant folks who have been so sadly led astray. It Is sad to think that a whole nation must go through all this suffering to learn the lesson that thrift and labor must go hand in hand with France. . democracy." Well wo havo been having some fine weather for arbout one week, but ltury Them Ilocp. it is raining again today. ISiuzanls or dogs will soon dis1 am getting tho homo paper regupose of a (lend hog at this season of lar now, and there Is some nows In tho year; but thoy will carry Infec- It for me, If not for anyone else. I tion to all parts of the surrounding saw in it where Marshal Will Lang-forcountry. A dead hog is dangerous nt Kockport, Is having some to all the other hogs on tho same kind of a time. 1 got the snapshots farm and to every hog in the State. of Itet3 and The College of Agriculture nt Lex- thoy made me homesick. I may havo ington recommends that all dead ani- my picture mndo soon and send ono mals should bo thoroughly burned or of them home, but I am so fat thnt ll I burled deep. A3 burning a body inn ashamed to have them made. only tho ashes remain Is a diffiWell everything Is blooming in cult mntter, burying Is much simpler. part of Prance. I bet everything Is Ilowcvor, tho farnior should remem- looking fine in Southern Franco by ber thnt a shallow covering of earth this time. will not keep dogs from a dead body. I have not seen a grain of corn 1 have seen At least five feet of earth should slnco I camo to Franco. rover tho dead animal after a liberal some trying to grow but I don't think quicklime supply of has 'been that It evor gets over 18 Inches high. hprinkled ovor tho carcass. Cabbage stalks grow about four feet high. Some fine potatoes are grown In this climate, but no melons aro Wheal ArroiiKo l.nrgor. Wheat acreage 13 21 per cent great-o- r grown here. You soo the most of .the French than last year In Kentucky and the condition May 1 was slightly under take one big piece of bread and a that of tho 1918 crop, according to glass of grape wlno and cat it like It the report Issued yesterday by Com- was peach pie. I could cat boo koo missioner of Agriculture Mat S. Co- plo now (that means moro than two hen. Tobacco ncrcago Is 100 per can eat.) I will have to go back to Camp cent of normal In the Hurley country and 97 per cent In the black patch. Taylor and stay there for a while and Kyo acreage Is placed at 91 per cat some moro of their pics. I have cent, a slight Increase, with the con- Just received one more letter from dition at 98 per cont; barley, acreage home and you say that Sergt. Conley S3 per cent, condition 97 per cent; Is nt home. I would like to seo the They left us at Neslerole, oats, acreage 91 per cent, as com- old boy. pared with S3 in 191S, and condition about 275 miles from here. I will 92. Hemp acreage is materially re- never forgot the night before they duced, showing loss than 15 per cent left tho next day, for wo sure had A HO per cent In- sonic fun. of crop planted. I will closo toot sweet- - with love crease in soy bean acreage Is planned. Potato acreage Is reported at 94 per to all from SEIIGT. H. B. MATTHEWS. cent. Prov Supply Co., Sub. Depot No. 3 Livestock is In good condition and the number shows an Increase of from A. P. O. 702.- - A. E. F. Beaumont, F. ,0 a. Farm 2 to 4 por cont over last yoar. Bnrbed wire itts, ragged wounds, labor is SI por cont of normal. Tho oxtromc cold wcathet of April collar and harness galls heal up early quickly whon Ballard's Snow Lini25 and 2C gieatly damaged fruits and gardens. Grapevines and ment is applied. It Is both healing fruit on lowlands sufferod most. Con- and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and dition of fruits at this tlmo follows: 51.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Conn- m Apples, 59 por cent; peaches 52 per ty Drug Co., Incorporated. a cent; pears, 60 per cent; plums C4 Mfiinxjtv. pent; 66 per per cent; cherries, (Carried over from last week.) strawberries, 71 percent. Mrs. A. B. Stanley, of Colorado, you get up at night? Snnol Is and daughter, Mrs. Sharer, of Louis-burDo Mo., wero the guests of Mr. and suroly tho best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in Mrs. Alvln Chinn, last week. 24 hours form all backache and bladMr. Wavy Glvens was in Beaver der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed Dam, on business, Monday. a bottle at remedy. 50c and $1.00 " 4G-Messrs. Bob Aterson, Frankie Wiltho drug Etoro. son and others went fishing last "Has Mr. Shadypast any money week, they reported a nice time ami worth speaking of?" somo fish. "Yes," replied MIss"Cayenne; "It Is Mr. Herman Artkelse motored to worth speaking of. Uut the way he Kronos, Sunday. got It makes It doubtful whether It The McHeuryw Bank building has ought to bo mentioned In poltle been converted Into a Baptist Church. Washington Star. Thoy held their first son Ices there, Sunday. For a Sprained Ankle. Several from hero attended the y As soon as possible after the injury singing, at Coqlsprlngs, SunIs received get a bottle of Chamber- day. lain's Liniment and follow tho plain Mr. Logan Smith purchased a new printed directions which accompany car last" week, and motored to Shultz-towm tho bottle. Sunday. Tho C. P H. S. will give an at the school building, Friday. All aro Invited to attend. Dr. Dunn said he would like to punch tho man's face who said ho received the reward for being tho ugliest man in town, however tho Dr., Isn't so homely looking after all tin-tig, yr clr-clos- ." all-dan, Inter-talnme- nt Beaumont, Franco. April 10, 1919 How aro you nil Hollo Mother: by this time? All well I hope. This leaves me well and having a good time. I got threo letters from home last night, ono from George nnd ono from my girl, In Indiana. I was sura glad to hear from you all for I had not got any mall for two weeks. Well, I havo not written homo for some time for I bad nothing to write. The latest letter I got from home was dated the 26th of March. No, I have not fished any yet and do not think I will try any fishing over here. Don't talk to mo about chickens, for I have not had any chicken but once slnco I came to 'Useo' Jk mmli Bit A Good Tire Year You have doubtless noticed d, the growing preponderance of United States Tires. Every one is asking for tires of known value and proved dependability. And that is precisely what United States Tires represent in the minds of motorists here and everywhere. -- The idea back of United States Tires to build good tires the best tires that can be built, is appealing to rapidly growing numbers. We can provide you with. 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Once 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. pecial Pr ices on Coat Suits and CSoa s Now is your opportunity to buy a good outfit at a big reduction in price. It behooves you to act quick and be first to make a selection.- All your necessities can be well supplied at this store. Good merchandise and good service is always yours here. LP. I Barsi .es Beaver Dam, Ky. MmUiWWKklJ,-l.JJJVm!P.mU&VmHI7 Bro. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By. I. D. Claire.) The worst thing about this new Kind of time is that it will give the "pesky locuses an extra hour to holler in. If ever 1 am ou a Jury when J. A C. Park has a lawsuit, ho)ll win or there'll be a hung jury. I won't -o lorgll that fine twist of tobacker he ga-.mo Monday. The hackel that made the tow for Washington's inaugural suit is modern compared to a relic Steve May old Noah's has. Steve has got "uoot jack. When Tins was gittin' In off his fiihin' trip Aus lJratcher saw him in homo by the back way, and thinkln' ho might a brought a little grape juice back, Aus met him at ihe barn, and was sorely disappointed when Tins said rito low, "Hush, my wife is spllttlu' on a big pile of kindlin.' and if she sees mo she'll want me to finish it." It is funny about the law of Influences. Twenty four hours after Tlnsloy ilw tUhiu' party reached the mouth of lirawy even Rough creek got "full." ooro-Plrtle-Burrass . a brought me some good homo-spu- n ttilmulier 1 wouldn't u printed it about ihcwit goln' to a play party hero one tdutil lust week. It Arch Jones and Tom Keown had For the bonuflt of visitors Frankfurt urlur post nlgu that everywhoro north goiu' to clooon at ulovon o'clock. as cranky about is about flsliln.' jiw in the pajiors where nil or wutj It Harry Paynu Whitney and July efc maybe It was August Belmont uad lot of other rich Now Yorkers cihuu all the way to Louisville In a Martial car just to see tho Derby. They got there an hour before tho Tare-- and left five minutes ufterwant. it must be awful to Jio both rich and rruuiiy. Jjoma Is people lio$ races as Tins 1 A friend in Louisville Friday ultu offered me a puss to tho Derby, but 1 didn't think the races a fittln' place fur a moral man to go. Tins would i unt. m) m ftCiUNACK TAX NOT1CK. U a woetlug of tho Boatd of we know, was the heaviest fine ever imposed in the Ohio circuit court, was assessed last week, against The Sliver King Nov-3lt- y Company, of Indianapolis, I ml: Tho company deals in sporting goods, ind about two years ago placed through Its agents slot machines In moro than a doxen wax venders 3tores in the county. Tho Couit of Appeals has already passed upon such machines as in violation of tho law and Commonwealth's Attorney, C. 13. had Indictments Smith returned against those setting up and operating the machines, us well us against Atst: company supplying them. Tho .McDowell A. Foglo, Secretary. the iCtl Silver King Novelty Company was a called upon to answer to nine InNOTICE STOCKMEN. dictments, and not appearing to conTho Beaver Dtim Broodors Asso- test tho prosBcutlon, was finnl $200 ciation, having purchased of George in each of the nine cases, making a Sowders, Mountain Boy, a black Jack, total of fines amounting to 1SOO. ollgiblo to register. AIo a registered Jack, and u registered Porchoron BILL'S RUBBLE Bf.VIS. stallion, of Fisher & Wulker, of Indiana. Wo aro now preBill" Our good friend, "Uncle pared to servo you, at our barn, In Baize, of Duizoiown. is in trouble, Bouver Dam, Ky. Wo will bo glad serious trouble, with his good to have you cull and inspect those "Aunt Manda." Wo are giving animals before breeding' elsewhere. "Uncle Bill's" version of the affair, For description sue posted bills. and he of course puts all of the blame BEAVER DAM BREEDERS ASS'N ou " Aunt Manda," but If "Aunt Man-da- " By Chas. 40t9 MulIIkln. Sec. wants to flare back at lilta she Is welcomo to two whole columns IIIUTUDAV CKliKHKATlON. in this paper. According to "Uncle Bill's version About fifty people, composed of of the story ho and the good wlfo his children, other rolatlves as.. had planned to buy a Ford lu tho neighbors gathered at the home of spring. He relutes how, when eggs Isaac Shown, of near this place Wed wore high and tho hens wero laying nesday, In a surprise meeting, celo- - freely last winter he carried off brating tho Gfith annual and Im- great baskets of eggs and brought portant ovont in Mr. Shown'a careor. home great rolls of money, tho good The gathering was unexpected by tho wlfo saying, with each addition of one honored, and those attendlnug tho cash pile, they would buy a Ford bi ought well filled baskets for tho In tho spring. When Huring camo spread enjoyod at tho noon hour. It "Uncle Bill" ull uabekuovnest to hU was a day of Pleasure for all who wife orderod the Ford, but uhon It were there. came "Auut Manda" flatly refused Commissioners of Ohio 'ounty, Kentucky, held at the Court .louse, in Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, April 12, 1019. with a majority of die members present, it was ordered .hat an assessment or tax of TEN, (10), PER CENTUM, based upon the original assessment for construction jf .said dike, be made and levied against the lands and landowners lo.cated within tho M. 11. BARNARD, ST AL., DRAINAGE DISTRICT in Said Ohio county, Kentucky. or tax hereby levied for the purpose of repaiting said dike, replacing the dikes or fills washed out jr damaged by the recent high water, for the general maintenance of said District and for the payment of any other legitimate expenses incurred. The tax list and assessment roll have been placed in the hands of the County Teasurer, C. O. Hunter, to whom payment may be made on or before June 17, 1919, without additional co.st. If said assessments uro not paid within the time above specified, same will be put in the hands of the Sheriff to be collected lu th .same manner us State ami County Taxes. Witness our hands, this May 1C. 1919. Hoard of Drainage Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky. By J. It. Thomas, President. lrainage and explained tho scope and developmm ments In the Homo Service work. HKl'KNT I.AXH SAI.KS. One very Interesting point brought out was the fact that, contrary to I. T. Wcsterflcld to T. P. Iloynl the general opinion, Home Service 21 acres, on Prnther creek, J100. work will not decrease since the B. H. Boswolt to 0. T.( Tucker 100 la to continue Is over. fighting It acres, near Morton, $1900. and expand. A peaco Program of N. D. Kulkerson to W. O. Klllson hns been outlined by Home Service and others 56 acres, $700. National Headquarters which extends J. II. Aubrey and others to Stanton to apy family the same kind of neigh- Stone IIG acres, on Pond Hun creek, borly service and counsel that has $175. extended to soldiers' and sail-- , been J. W. Bradley to M. D. Ragland ors' families. Miss Arlck outlined j lot, in Uoslue. $115. following points which will be of the Amanda l'lillllps to Oeorge Bait-ze- ll special Interest to every soldier and lot, In Hartford, f 1250. sailor and their families and shows T. r. Duke to Peter Crowder 2 what Home Service can and will do lot., at Sunnydnle. $1300. for them. J. V. Hradley to Maude Stewart The lied Cross Home; Information lot. in Koslne, $lfi2.!!0. ervlce Section can nsslst In InformaJ. A. Leach to U. 11. Render 2 lots, relation of every kind concerning in Heaver Dam, $1400. tives In service, especially those missing, sick or wounded. The Fiscal court has? been called to Can Allowance mid Allotment furnish Information concerning al meet In special session here tomor- ' lowances and allotments to dependent row, to consider rondMnatters. and children and will wives, mothers assist In securing them their lights The Commissioner of International under the law. Revenue has ruled that ice cream Inform the family and cones must bear Federal tax, so the Insurance the returned soldier about the In- Kiddles must pay 1 cent moro for surance Law and Its provision En- their iream. tourage soldiers to take and retain their Insurance. Can furnish inMr. Roycc Iglehoart, who has been formation as to the tonus of con- stationed at Camp Custer, Mich., has version into ordinary Insurance after been discharged and is at home with the man has returned. his family for few days, after which Bonus Assist the discharged man he will go to Oklahoma to locate. in making application for the SG0.00 bonus due him under the Revenue Prof. Henry Leach, who has been Act of February 2 t. Can ob- doing high school work, at Weiner. rimiuchd Emergencies. past five months, tain legal and business advice on any ArknnsRs, for the question arising concerning the af has returned home, and will play a agrins fairs of the soldier either during or four months engagement saysan ho had culturalist. Prof. Leach ifter service. Provide medi- a very agreeable experience with the Medical Attention for the returned dis- people with whom he was thrown cal attention abled soldier and for his family when- while engaged In his school work. m) m ever necessary. BEAVER DA.M. Returned Soldier and Sailor Encourages and aids the returned sol- Jier and hi- - family during difficult Messrs. John Barrass and Thomp period of readjustment. son Williams, of Herrin, III., aro visDN.ibled Soldier Assist him in se- iting relatives heie. curing government compensation and Ms. George Williams, who Is s:i 'he retraining and reeducation pro lionod 'n South Carolina, is visit'.i vided by the government. hi.: .iiditici, Mrs. Jci.mIo Williams. .(hl(c Assists the sol Di. and Mrs. at U. Taylor are re dier and sailor and his. family 'with ceivlng congratulations upon tho to of g'rl. courteous kindly neighhorliness i solve whatever problems nrlso. Senator Albert Loach and Mr. J. J l)h '.Ion and National headquarters Muii'ii'i Mp .Mtended the convention will go on helping the local Home at I i'Mihto:i. We'n'-dn3ervke Section to develop and to Mi and Mis. :.. Oldham are the maintain a high .standard of work. parei'.t- - "t a son, horn week This chapter will make survey of the birth of a girl. needs of the community, outline its Tho graduation exercises for the program and then present it to Divi- graduates of West Kentucky Seminasion Headquarters for approval. The ry will be held In the Operu Hous same psinciples of service found so Friday evening. Mr. Bordon Wilson successful in helping the famlles of of Rowling Green, will deliver the .soldiers and sailors will be applied.. address. The Home Service office of Ohio c county is locUud in E. G. Burrnss' in Hartford, Ky. E. G. BARRASS. Chairman. ELIZABETH MOORE. Sec. l l".-of-fl- and left "Uncle Hill with the bag to hold. Now putting the puzzlo toMiss Ola Arlck, Field Hepresenta-tlvgether we get about this out of It. Lake Division, American lied "Uncle IlllI" had been using the egg Cross, visited the local chapter, Tues- money to buy tobacco nml maybe day. Her work was with the Home some more expensive luxuries, and Service Section In particular, She the good woman fell on the automomet a number of peoplo on the Home bile scheme In order to get her egg Service and Kxecutlvo Committees money In her own pocket. e, re Tailoring 120.00 Up. From vy a r figure, full of vitality, 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 colors 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. 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