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A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY Jfariftftfr KjqmbJsani, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919. daughter of the couple. attorneys had Introduced a wealth No. 47 t f 4 i,' CASH tax. Ho says ho sees no need of at HEARD FOUHTH TIME present undertaking a general tariff FEDERAL POST ROAD as to the respective fitness revision. However, he asks that conThe longest drawn out and most gress provide a retaliatory power to OF OUR CANDIDATES at tho Hopar.ito parents to have and I Examinations for common school IS ALMOST ASSURED inro for tho child they announced graduates were held at Hartford, Ilea! expensive lawsuit Ohio county has meet unfair discrimination at the . tho close of their testimony. Observvcr Dam, and Fordsvllle, May 9 and had for a number of years was hands of competitive nations. ing Iho little girl sitting In her moth- - 10. The examiners have just com- perhaps finally determined In CirWoman in for Who They Are, What They er' lit) Judgo Feland remarked that plcted grading the examination pa- cuit Court here last week. It was resident's suffrage comes explains the More Than approval. He ho $40,000 Raised lm 'vantcd to hear Sin additional and will award diplomas to 35 known ns the Flploy Carter ditch is very earnest about this particular Do And Where They Ten Thousand More girl to coma successful pupils. Ten of tho gradu- - case, and had to do with drainage matter. Tho railroads and telegraph nest, end nsked the little Live. up to the bench. Taking the child on ates were examined at Fordsvlllo, of South Panther crock valley. A and telephone lines will bo handed In Sight. his lnp, ho tried to make clear to her twenty at Denver Dam and five nt drainage ditch originating in Han- back to their owners the last of the mind the issue Involved, and asked Hartford, Tho graduating class Is con-h- cock county and extending Into Ohio, year, according to tho President's Wo take It n brief mention of tho which of tho parents she wanted sidered a largo ono In view of the in with a length of some ten miles, was statement to congress. In his own personnel of the ticket endorsed by to live with. With tears stealing terferonce with the schools of the In- - computed about six years ago. About language we glvrf The building of tho federal post the President's (no Republican convention at Losing-tn'- down her face alio replied "I want to fluqnza 'epidemic. Those successful the same time Flnley Carter and recommendation In the matter of re- road from Owensboro to Bowling-Oreen- , who tlioy uro, where they !lv live with is now a practical certainty. both of them." Then In mnkliig tho required grado with other land owners filed n petition In moving the ban on the manufacture and what they do vlll interest our Judgo Feland In n low voice coached per centage of goneral averago are: the Ohio county court for to estab- of wine nnd beer. "The demobiliza- Daviess", Warron anil Duller counties rat (th. the child to go to hor mother, take Gcorgie M. White 83. S lish n ditch two miles In length, on tion of the military forces of tho havo already provided for their part Ld Morrow 3 of course too 89.S tho north sido and to Intersect with country has progressed to such a of the expenso, and tho amount alher by tho hand, lead her to the rath- - Willie U. Mason to need mcutio'i As a law-MIn Ohio county er, and look up Into their faces nml Carryc Darnard 90.9 tho original ditch. Sam Neal and point thnt it seems to me entirely ready subscribed publicist, 'later mul natural tell them that sho wanted to live with Nollic Deader tho success ot tho sum to SO. 3 other land nurnnra nffnrtpi filml ot. safe now to remove the ban uiion assures lindcr of men ho .! kn --,lTln tho "Tho result", said the Otis Ashby bothofthoin. S4.S ceptlons and tho case went to trial the manufacture and sale of wi ncs bo raised by popular Subscrlotlon. parts l tho stute. Judge, "was tho finest drama I ever Dcrtha Swearer 81. C In the county court In which It was and beer3, but I am advised that The totnl expenso of tho road through Thru-itollnllard, endorsed ?.r saw enacted In a court room. Father Myrtle Kclley twice heard, tho defendants, In each without further legislation I havo not unio county Is calculated at $200,- S2. Ik ronnuch'd and mother fell Into each other's Randolph Frymlre Llculcrinn ilcvurnor, trial, winning their suit. The plain- tho legal authority to remove the 000 Of tills S'lm tho ff dernl tnmn..' S3. with Italian! i Ballard mill pi ,,ii. nniiH, and as they marched down tho Deulah Jeffries 79.4 tiffs appealed 'to tho circuit court present restrictions. I therefore merit will pay $100,000, or 50 per Mr. Rtllard Is one of Isle, each holding one of the baby Joo Marlow af l.oulsv'.llo and agajn tho defendants won the recommend that the act approved cent, the state $20,000, or ten per 77. the most public Hplrltcd citizens of girl's hands, more eyes than theirs Kills F. Hartford . .8i.r. suit. Plaintiffs appealed to the su November 21, 1918, be amended or ceht and the county $SO,000, or forthe stuto's metropolis, and Is n lead were wet with tear'." Christena Ford S3. 5 perior court, which reversed the de appealed so far as It applies to wines ty per cent. The fiscal court appropriated $40,000, leaving forty er In almost every public movement Alta Drown 80.5 cision of the lower court and rc- - and beers. thousand additional to be raised by for tho betterment of his city and THE CITY COUNCIL m S2.5 rianded It back for trial, which fourth Camilla Hendry popular subscription. state. Ho consented to go on tho , Already $43,-00- 0 Hil(la Duncan S5. trial was had last week with a ver- OETECTIVE TAI'DA.V COMES OVKIt TOD has been subscribed. ticket only after tho . most earnest , However, dict for tho plaintiffs. 81. lEIdred Young However, in HUNS DOWX THIEF some allowance must bo made for of the best citizens of 87.9 tho meantime tho plaintiffs had Hartford's city council met Thurs- Thelma Newton Lotilavlllo nlnd Kentucky. 82.5 amended their petition for an ex While Dr. Tappan, tho Jeweler, pnsslblo delinquency on the subscripday night to discuss tho matter of Anna Harrison Joint J, Craig, of Covington, en- contributing 85.4 tension of the ditch another mile, was absent from his place of business, tions, and thefedcral authorities will quota of the Hlllard Willis the city's dorsed for the nomination for Audi- expense 82.9 making a total of three miles to a few days ago, a thief entered the expect a total subscription ot $50,000. of building the Owensboro-jDowllu- g Osby Dames tor, is another candidate who was 90.8 bo established. Tho case was on place and stole a valuable (ifecu federal post road. If Anna Lee Maddox wrist which will be easily raised. Of tho. drafted for service because of his high the highway runs with tho present Luella Fleucr 8S.1 trial three days and more than fifty watch. A few hours later tho doctor amounts so far subscribed Hartford, character and popular standing witlij Hartford and Denver Dam Dike the Connie E. Davis 83.1 witnesses were heard. Among the overheard a couple of small colored from tho McMurtry farm to the foot tho people of his city and stato. Mr. city were such well known boys, standing near his show window, of the Williams hill, subscribed $11,- 76.3 plaintiffs will bo required to contribute Claron Caldwell Craig Is at present mayor of Covins-- 1 ''. 78. farmers as J. A. Dellamy, W. H. referring to a watch In the show case 000, the section from McMurtry farm to the building of one mllo of the ; Yale Itogers to .Maxwell $25,000 and from the Wil ., ton, and Is serving his second term In .. l.nirrrwln Allon . i. Howard, A. P. and Pete Kelly, Fln- as like ono Willie Daker had. krt..- -- . The riiaii. iucr n city strongly Democratic. Mr., tho council by (unsitiuniii; mu nuttier Geneva Neighbors 85,5 ley Carter, J. II. and J. L. Ralph and Doctor approached the pickaninnies, liams hill to Green river $17,000, unanimous vote decld- Craig is a contractor and has to do others, and on tho side of the de- with pad and pencil In hand and making a total of $4.1,000. Tho build- -' 75. - Cova Drake cd to pay forty per cent of tho exwith labor In a large wny, and it is pense of 817 fendants were men equally well gravely demanded that they tell him Ing of tho road Is now practically asthe road through tho city Mamie Austin his popularity with tho laboring peoTaylor 89.7 known, Sam Neal, H. W. .Ralph, John all they knew about Baker and tho sured, but the routing, which must limits. In a maximum amount of $3,ple that has made him twice mayor 78. 9 Mldklff, J. D. Wado, L. A. Ralph and Watch. Mi'O E. Dletel Protesting their own Inno be done by tho federal authorities, 000. of a Democratic city. ' 79. others. The cost of tho four trials, cence of the theft, they told the Doc has not been definitely determined j Ruby Daldwln James A. Wallace, of Irvlno, Is a ..... SS.G including attorney fees, will probab- tor where ho could find Wimo Baker, WItli)i the last few days the peoplo ' Margaret "avis ,. successful banker and farmer, and Is ALL IS LOST SAYS :i.;t ly 'exceed $3,000. 1. Li. uianKensiiip Heavrln & Mar- and described the watch they had Hying along tho Duford, Pleasant LEADIXG DEMOCRAT extensively Interested In the recent tin and Ernest Woodward were at- seen in his possession. Dr. Tappan, Ridge road have been active In an 77. Otha Wilson oil development in his section of the torneys for the plaintiffs and Darnes with Marshal Casebier, hurried up to effort to raise subscriptions to en t A prominent Loulsvlllo Democrat, state Mr. Wallace began llfo as 11 & Smith and J. S. Glenn represented Hayti, located the house whore the courage the routing of the road along PEACE PARLEY DRAGS laborer, and his remarkable success writing In the Loulsvlllo Times, says TIME NOW EXTEXDED the defendants. Daker boy was living ,and when he tho present Hartford and Owensboro as a business man evidences his fit all Is lost unless n now Moses can was confronted" with the theft fished highway. Should theso people suc,m no. fur the ofllrn of Stato Treasurer. 'bo found to lend the party out of tho Tho peace conference nt Versailles, lU'XXIXG OX "HIGH." tho watch out from botween the cov ceed In raising tho requisite amount T,,L' Tll,les atUl9 accent Judgo Fred A. Vaughn, of drags heavily along. Yesterday was ers and mattress of his bed. Ha gave It of money it would then bo up to tho correspondent's voice by l vllle. Is tho nominee for Secretary of Ellis Hoover, a young man of the up without protest. Baker Is a negro federal road authorities to' elect bo ' tho fixed as tho final date when the sig I,acc " fro,u a Judgo Johnson is now serving and tho natures of tho German envoys must Clear Run community, exceeded the boy, about fourteen years old, and tween tho Heflln-Maxwe- ll Buford-PleasaRidge routes. his second term ns county Judgo of toWowlnt: comment. "The Times It ,I:,y wus hnnwl t,,u 'ollowlne com-he- r be appended to the treaty, but upon speed limit in Hartford Sunday and came here", from Rockport, recently. county. He la a former mom- that the flat refusal of the Germans to sign w'as fined ten dollars and the frlll- - On account of his ago and surrender should be clearly understood of tho Kontuckv legislature, and munlcntlon by a prominent Louis- the tlnio was extended another week. lag. In judge Crowe's court Monday of the property Dr. Tappan did not neither tho Ohio county Fiscal court nor those actively engaged in raising is a popular. Dopubllcan leader in his vl" "uinocratlc loader who request- - Tho German conferees insist that Young Hoover was driving a good ask for a warrant of arrest. 1, 1IIO ,. n . i. A...1 ...I ICII lli. UJ IIUl .tminil llllll lila J1MII1Urt In. iinl AlbllVlli " 411111 terms submitted destroyes the com- -' horse, the required private subscriptions section of the state. driving on "high." nnd was will determine tho routo of the po'st Charles 1. DaWson, of Plnevlllo, tho paper adds "llccauso of his stand- niorclal existence of the German na His nrst mishap was to run Into a PIE SUPPER. was endorsed for Attorney General. Ing In tho party locally and because Hon, reduces tho people to slavery and machine, on College street, doing road; that determination being solely The Ladles Aid Society will give a wit'i the his second of the interesting and important ten- that nothing worse can happen to slight damage, the measure of which Mr. Dawson is serving federal road authorities. pie supper Saturday night at WashThere is not a reasonable doubt term as County Attorney of Dell coun- dency revealed in the letter tho Times them. The Allies havo ample war he had the owner to assess and he ington, tho proceeds to go for the thar. the full ltfty thousand ty. Twenty years ago Mr. Dawson presents It prominently in dollars machinery to enforce tho proposed made prompt payment. At this JuncEveryEogan county In tho leg- Issue." Tho correspondent's letter terms, but hesitate to undertake the ture tho Marshal appeared on the benefit of the M. E. Church. win be subs rlbed by the close ot represented body invited, and ladles asked to islature, ns a Democrat, but soon af rends: the present v.vek, and If the assura ..rM hn. i.nnn ronrhn.i in tho expensive and troublesome process scene, and to escape arrest he lashed bring pies. """ ances of the county's fliiir'a ashis politics and re- terward reformed """ party and it of his horse Into a run down the Center-tow- n MRS. J. W. TRAVIS, Sec. sistance proves satisfactory to the moved to Doll county, whore he ll0- -, affairs of tho Democratic pike. The Marshal and consta-b- ll m ' obvlou. to every man unless "t..('e'"0' ?.. "! ?i!??. came a successful lawyer and l,Usi-"- "t federal road authorities, work on tho I HOIIjED DOWX. Wilson impressed an automobile prompt action Is taken, this party sen to olieve tho German dolcgates proposed post road may be under way ness man. treaty unless its and gave chase. Hoover was keep--inlinti'lit :id inll twit nmiittinti. ennrlf. will not sign tho Ci'orcn M. Colvin. of Snrlncflold. well in advance of the machine. terms are in some measure modified. The lower House passed the woman within sixty days. Judgo Cook, County Attorney Kirk our Fourth district man, is at present datC3 for sta oftIce3 ia Kentucky In the meantime the peoples of tho when about a mllo below town his suffrage amendment resolution by a party In and Mr. John H. Darnes, of Beaver Principal of . tho Springfield . High thls ear- - T" Kopublican rnnflilpnt. nations at Interest are Impatient for horse left the road, wrecked tho buo vote of 304 to 98. . . ... ncirrpslvn nml n nnu sue- - lvniitnrk la 7 Dam, went to Louisville yesterday scuool, ana is a n final settlement of the war. and the ev acalnSt a ntnmn and sllehtlv ln- " : : n ,,t,iMi.n it Knows wnat it wants, even lr mat soldiers In tho" field are growing rest- - jured".both itself and the driver. The n cossful educator, Harry Hawker, who undertook to where they met with tho state' and ngo recommended by high education programme Is not one to commend It- - less. With such pressing necessity officers brought the young man back fly acros's the Atlantic ocean, is un- federal road authorities. At "this 111 the meeting tho Owensboro-Dowlin- g al authorities for Superintendent of Belt to those most interested nn oarly termination perhaps the 'to town, where he gave bond for his reported six days after starting. I uesiro to proposo a can- - for statu thn Lniilsvlllo Cltv schools. Green post road was to be finally next ton days will see some definite appearance In police court, Monday, Roy D. Speck, of Howling Green, ;1I(lat0 for Bovornor of Kentucky who action taken nnd the tension relieved. In court he plead qullty and paid a Governor Stanley resigned from tho passed on, .but at tho hour of going want tho office, hut whom endorsed for Clerk of tho Court of 003 fine of $10.00. Jt is said it was a governorship, Monday, and Lieuten- to press we were uilablo to learn what Appeals, is tho youngest man on tho " people would like to havo In the NOTICE. case of too much booze. ant Governor James D. Black suc- action had been taken. yoars ofllCft 'r"at centleman Is Mr. James m ticket. Ho Is only twonty-fou- r ceeded to the birtce. ' T l'i nr, or tn H ..r nn nnv nilminilnr. Mr. Snock recently returned ' DROADWAY. nl.l PUESIDEXT'S MESSAGE. Ba,lk f Kentucky, a man who has from service In Franco, nnd was with btaUuInR that mayI exlst ,n tho m,lldJ In Louisville, once ' hhiuiw nnu success jf lUo peop,0i call attention to tho! i Tho President's message, wired thoThe Gait House, hotel in tho south, Mr. G. T. TInsley, who has beon Pershing on tho trip to tho Mexican "'"" 's most famous "wun. " huhuiiuiuu following Hect.ot. of the law which from Versailles to tho Congress at has beeu sold to the Delknap Hard- on the sick list tor sonio tlmo Is not border. Entering tho servlco as a " l)oU 2G'000 lnoro votes' ,H ' in copied word for word from th'J, Washington, contains no striking k. private. Mr. Speck was lator com-,0"ware Company, and will be used by it much Improved. a Lieutenant. Ho Is a son Judgement, than any other man could Miss Edna Black, of Hartford, was missioned It Is seulon 4342 a- -l of Vol. tares unless his recommendation of for an office building. liy tho .'! In our city, on business one day tho of Will R. Spock, former postmastor 8CCro wll wiM ho ,lame of Kentucky fatatuto and U a ?' taking the government ban off of tho first ot the week. at Howling" Green and present Master, Democratic party." Continuing the ltd: of the law enacted In Marc t 19 l'i 'manufacture of wino and beer may An Amorlcan aviator, on a writer says, "Dut tho tlmo has come sy tho legislature of Kentui'cy. 't appear striking to tho rabid prohl-rcaMiss Martha Sandefur.who Commissioner of Darren county. has flight, has already roached well-tMr. W. C. Ilanna, of Shelby coun- - for ,lor,,c romedlos to save a as follows: Ibltionist.. the Azores, and Is awaiting favorable been visiting relatives at this pluco n to tho people of the 'E" desperate situation." Then Is OWNER OF LAND The messago opons with an ox- - weathor to completo the Journey. Ho for several weeks, has returned to 'Ml! A-- l. having boon tho Jtepubllcan Iow3 tl writer's proposal that all tho ABI'TTING ON HIGHWAY 1 GVX presslon of regret thnt the writer Is has covered 1200 miles nnd has now hor home, near Mt. Pleasant. ,.m..inin four vn.ira nun for tho offlco Democratic candidates for governor AMI) UEMO"E liniTSH. OVKR- - .1 lonir wnv friini "tnw." und excuses to fly only 800 miles to reach PortuMiss Llllie Mooro, the popular baleslady of tho Broadway Coal Minof Commisslonor of Agriculture for withdraw from the rnco nnd give Mr. HANGING DRANCHES. HEDGES TO his absenso on plea Of his duty to gal. ing Co., 'has orderod her a nice vlctro-I- a, which offlco ho was endorsed by tho "row 11 mo rigui 01 way. uoweier. IJE TIUMMED ETC. That It shall bo guard tho destiny of mankind at tho but hor brothor, Jim, Bays ho is recent convention. Mr. Ilanna is njMr' llrow!1 wrecked the hope- of his . ((.Jty o( Qf.iy ownor contrill;,.r eace conference. He devotes much country Dry leaders throughout the irieiul, for tho salvutlon f nmj nianagor of lands bordering and spaco to discussing labor, but nro aroused over president Wilson's going to hold on to his little "Ford" by declaring ho woud not ;aliuttnff solution messago to congress recommending as ho would much rather travel than or. and ono of tho most practical and tho all 0Il tUo Imbllc i,Khway3 0f says after nccopt the nomination If offered him Hiiccossful In tho Dluo Grass country. this Commonwealth for the distance, of tho labor problem must rest largc-uhlc- h removal of tho ban on tlie manufac- bo a musician. Jim says ho thought on a golden platter. ho was buying a touring car when ; their said land so abuts, and'ly with tho voluntary action of both ture of wines and beers. he bought the little Ford, hut he has A CHILD LED THEM. borders, when so ordored by the fis- labor and capital. Ho suggests that mm RECENT LAXI) SALES. discovered ho has a runabout, for It cal court of his county, to cut, clear labor and capital form a real partnerMARRIAGE LICENSE. away, removo and carry from along ship. Referring to the returned solTho reconciliation horo last week, Arthur Donley Baize 20, to Sarah runs about halt tho tlmo. S. T. Mason to Claudo Austin two b1(ju tuu nubile highways, all bushes, dier ho asks that proper provision bo We have beon wondering why Ed of a couple who had come Into tho Clark 17, Roslno. Morgan, likes to go to McIIenry so 'weeds, Bhrubs and overhanging limbs made for securing employment for cuiirt with a divorce proceed- - lots, in Doavor Dam, $1000. circuit Lawrence Daizo 25, to Vienna E. M. P. Daugherty to C. 1). Llles 50 ot trees and all other such obstruc- those In need ot It, and recommends well, on Sunday afternoons, hut ha ing reminds us of a story Judgo John kSorrols 16, Mcllonry. J'Vinnd, of HopklnHvlllo, told U3 some acres, $1000. tions ndong such highways, and to that public lands bo provided for Clarence O'Dryan 24, Leitchfield. won't tell "a tall." Beverly McConuoll, returned last Fannie Schwandor to Harrison keop all hedge fonces along such H1030 who will occupy them. .. tlmo ago. Judge Feland was called to Margaret Hart 24, Leitchfield. highway so trimmed and cut back Touching tho subject ot taxation to Poducah to preside as special Judge Peach two lots, In Hamilton. $700. Deu- Saturday, from Harrlshurg, Illinois, Roy Rooder 19, Mcllonry, to L. C. Morton to J. F. Ross lot, In ' that same at no tlmo will become ho suggests that taxes be laid in a whero he went to buy him an automo In tho McCracken circuit court, and lah Dean Ros3 17, McIIenry. umong tho cases coming before him Centortown, $200. more than five feet high. (March , manner least burdensome to tho poo-pi27, Horse bile he says now that if any ot tha James E. Thompson John Whohroy to Estll Smith 12 1918, c 169, p. 679, sec. 1.) whatever that may moan, He Branch, to Bessie Pearl Nelson 16, fair Bex wishes to tako a little drlv tor trial was a divorce proceeding busi-iiojacres, near Sunnydalo, $600. next Sunday to please get their hi This has boon complied with by asks for the repeal ot the luxury Tax, McIIenry. butwoen one ot tho best known E. M. and Wiley 11. Ashby to U. C. nearly everybody. in by Thursday noon, hut only tk of I trust the others or that requiring the men In tho city and his wife FOR SALE One Burroughs Add- between the ages of 16 and 28 Uoth parties to the suit agreed to Ashby 74 acres, on Wultons creek, will take due notice and promptly tho rotcller lu tho matter of collecot ago need apply, as he Is afr tion, Revenues should bo raised, he ing Machine, .in good condition. comply. tho granting ot a decree of dlvorco $2700. ' F. E. Mldklff to E,' R. Wells 38 says, chlofly from the income tax, take any old peoplo or chiU E. B. BIRKHHAD. A. D, KIRK, and U10 only question at Issue was tho until he learns more abouLJ cu.st'jd'anshlp ot the five years old acres, near Fordsvllle, $1000. Hartford, Ky. Couuty Attorney. the excess profits tax and the estate wlt-ipc- rs cr well-ki.own i. st 1 After tho t : PUPILS GRADUATE IN COMMON' SCHOOLS (MKTUl DITCH ... '' "'' 1 Dalnt8-,w,1(,orno?- s- glv-Sta- te nt -- J T?!! ZnXZi. g ' wen-Kno- w nt ""ii w "i y, fol-stat- o, tea-Ico- trans-Atlant- ic ds woll-know- loy e, w REPUBLICAN PARTY try should care for its wounded sol- - ADOPTS PLTiTORH Of- - diers and sailors nnd should endeavor to secure employment for those whom it took frm peaceful pursuits to serve It In the hour of need. . Kusliie.sH When inatrustcd with power we Principles And Pledges pledge an economical, efficient administration of public affered People Of fairs, with public service, and not poKentucky. litical Intrcnchment ns the goal; tho prevention of needless wnsto and extravagance; the abolishment of suThe platform of perfluous offices and a reduction of Lexington, tho Iloputillrnn party adopted at the the cost of administration to the lowwith Lexington convention follows: est possible point consistent "Tho llepubllcan party, assembled good government. In convention adopts tho following ;. Taxation: "Extravagance, waste and financial platform and tenders It to tho people of Kentucky ns Its solemn plfcdgo of and business Incompetency resulting public service and upon this pledge In an Increased stato debt, are the It earnestly seeks the support of ev- real and producing causes of the ery citizen, who desires a better and present tax burdens borne by the people of Kentucky. more progressive Kentucky: AND "Example: OUTSTANDING "The Republican party always sustains the President of the United UNPAID WARRANTS: Close of Wll States and upholds his hands whenev- son's administration, $5G0,41G; Auer he represents the whole country as gust ill, irU5, McCreary's adminisof tho American tration. SI1.27G.SCS; April .10, 1010, coinmandcr-ln-clile- f army nnd navy. In the prosecution of Stanley's administration, $4.510.0.;. war with a foreign power and In tho "Collections: Wilson's administra great world war not yet concluded in tion, .January 6, 190S, to August 111, which many hundreds and thousands 1011. three jears and eight months, of American soldiers and sailors are $23,097,329. still involved. Tho representatives "McCrearys nnministrntlon, Janu of tho Republican partyjn Congress ary 1, 1012. to August 31,1915, three 0. Agriculture. and the Kepubllcan party as a whole years and eight months, $2G,57Q,37G. "Upon the fanner rests much of have conspicuously responded to ev"Stanley's administration, January the prosperity and welfare of the ery call made, by supporting legisla- 1, 1912, to April 30, 1919, three State and it Is of the highest Importtion Involving enormous financial years and four months, $32,9S9,327 ance that tho state'glve to this great temporary grants of un "Tho monthly average collections Industry the most eyeful attontlon. usual and extraordinary powers and were: We, therefore, pledge every assistWithout inti every other demand. Wilson administration, three years ance necessary to make the state" vidious comparison with other par- and eight months, $524,712. agricultural department effective anil ties, the Kepubllcan party claims a "McCreary administration, three cllicient and capable of rendering evfull. measure of the honor of prose-'cutin- g years and eight months $60:5,872. ery needed assistance to the farmers the war and a full share of thrco of Kentuckj. "Stanley administration, credit for the victory over Germany years and four months, $824,731. '. (Jond I toads: and her allies. "We condemn the present stato ad"Realizing the Influence of good ' Pursuing the same course that the ministration and the state tax comon the economic, educational, always pursued mission, for the arbitrary methods oads Kepubllcan party has M.rtal and religious development of In great national crises and without employed In the unjust and unequal stiue, we, pledge the continuance , thought of political advantage, it assessments made by the State Tax the of statu aid and .i hearty feels that pending definite peace, it Commission, and we unhesitatingly with the plans of the federal is unwilling to discuss Issues of the charge the present Democratic admin government and the various coun-U- c conduct of tho war by the party in istration with tho sclo responsibility in the construction of a system power unlil peace is definitely made. therefor. of permanent highways throughout "The party, however, believes that "We" pledgo ourselves to so correct the state, and we guarantee to the a strict investigation of the conduct and revise tho tax laws as to make people an economical and honest exof the war, without regard to persoi.-a- l assessments on every class and kind penditure of their money, to this end. or political considerations should of property just fair and equitable, .S. l'almr: be made for the purpose of initiating while preserving the principle of tho "The Republican party It. and almeasures of economy In the conduct classification of property and to limit ways has been the of friend of the nation's business and to restore within reasonable bounds the arbi- 'American labor and has time and Mich order in public affairs as will trary power of the state board to In- 'n!ln In tho nntimi's lilstnrr lnitfrit"il be eminently necessary In the recon- crease assessments made by the local and promoted legislation for the benstruction period immediately before boards, by a surunary and speedy ap- efit of the worklngmon of the nation. us. peal to the' Court of Appeals. We pledge tho party of Kentucky to Kli.t Part. "We further pledge a thorough and j give fairest consideration o those In- -First Ve condemn the present exhaustive examination into the man dustriul problems in whl'h labor ev- , ,s s0 (leeI)Iy interested state administration for its extra-i-.n-n- ner in which the present law has been pviimiilitures of public funds administered by those charged wlthj,, oil ami ias: 'for the creation and perpetuation of that duty and to correct such abuses! ..... ,,.Hirec..lU, tne Enmf im useless offices and needless officers; of administration as have been tho portance of the oil and gas industr) Klgld and the increased wealth created by subject ot just complaint. for its utter lack of business and capacity, which has produced economy is the fir-- t remedy for high.the Qj,covery anj operation of the. Increased assesment and taxation; in- taxation and assessments, anil sucn inrtU3trie, ar.d we pledge such legU creased expenditure and an over- economy wltu present assessmenis lation and as will stimugrowing state debt; for its broken should result in a greatly reduced tax late and not hamper the full developpromise, violated pledges, political rate. The only excuso for high as- ment. corruption and more than wasted op- sessments is a low tax rate 'and wo I(. State Industrial Development: demand an immediate reduction ot portunities. "Tho Kepubllcan party believes "Second We denounce the ludi- the present rate ot stato tax to con- that Kentucky should take high rank-acrous common cshool textbook law form to the increase mado in assessa stato In manufacturing, mining and its operation by the present State ments. and other industries and will enact Textbook Commission, under the di- 4. State Institutions: legislation to give encouragement to rect control of Its acting chairman, "We earnestly favor the Immediate their more rapid development. A. O. Stanley, and we demand tho im- passage of laws to prevent and render 1 1 . Nonpartisan Judiciary: mediate resignation of the members impossible the partisan control of tho "We favor tho enactment ot a. law of this commission and the appoint- state's chartlable institutions and to which will provide for the election of ment of a qualified and independent prevent tho creation of conditions all judges by a nonpartisan plan, commission to protect the best in- which made them a shame nnd a without party designation, in ordor terests of the school children of the mockery. We favor the creation of that the selection and continuance in State. We call specific attention to a bipartisan board composed of men office of judicial public servnnts may the willful violation of the platform and women of the highest character bo determined upon grounds of fitpledge of the Democratic party In and possessing special training and ness and qualification alone. fitness for the discharge of their du- - 111. Pardons: this respect. "Third We condomn the present "Tho pardoning power Is vested In amnuaen state administration for the unnectho governor and connot bo changed and essary employment of special without constitutional amendment. faored attorneys and the payment to Wo pledge that. If elected, our nominot them of exorbitant attorneys fees for nee for this high office, will and legal services, which Bhould 'grant executive clemency In any case, oould have boon performed by the (without first having required ample state's attorney general and nis aspublic notice of the application and 'without having obtained a full state-Imcsistants, and wo denounce the of state claims made by such of the facts and an expression H favored attorneys and political bench-melot opinion from the statt's judicial resulting in great und needless and prosecuting offlcors. and In no loss to the state. caso will this great right bo prostitut"Fourth In tho name of law and ed for political consideration, nor will any pardon bo granted have for Just order wo donounce tho unjustifiable indefensible and abysamal parcause. Wo favor the amendment of don record of A. O. Stanley, and we tho present parolo law so as to placo call upon tho good citizens who betho execution of the law in tho hands lieve in tho supremacy of tue law to of the Sinking Fund ComuiUsion. repudiate it at the polU. 'i:i. Woman Suffrage: If you suffer from any Fifth Wo call specific attontlon "We affirm our belief in tho Jus- violation of the solemn pledge Ache or Pain, lake One or to the tico and expediency of suffrage for ontnlned in the last stato platform 'women and call upon our roprosonta- Two of of tho Democratic party, and so fretives in the Congross of tho United TT'O'U JH5 ? quently repoated by this last cnndl-dHt- e 'states. In the legislature or Kentucky for governor, to abolish useless luul in all executive positions, to uso (their votow and their lnfliwnco for all ufflrcM and to reduce the cost of government. For faith broken with the measures granting political rights to people thoro U but ono remedy the women.' 'l-J- , ballot of rebuke. C'oiistltntlonnl Amendment and Part Second. Prohibition: "Wo approve the adoption of 'the 1. Kmploymcnt for Soldiers: prohibition amendment to tho 'constipledgo ourselves anew to the "Wo tution and wo favor the ratification, aorvleo of our stato and uutlon; to by tho people, of the proposed progovernment of tho fathers; to tho the hibition amendment to the constitupreservation of the constitution, seThey seldom fail to Relieve tion of this state. Wo also favor tho curing government oftho people by passage of such luws, both by tho ' tho people und for tho people. We and do not contain any slate and nation, as will effectually Habit-formin- g (lod, who in buttle gave-- us victhank drugs. enforce these amendments. tory, for tho upproachlng blessings of SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS in, I'i'iniury Election Ij;iv: uuaoe, and wo gratefully acknowledge "Wo favor tho repeal ot the prossnt MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Incl. the herolft devotion of all who served iirlm:irv ulpctlon lnw and nledno our- suved the flag both 3t homo and and 'bolve:i to the pawuge ut legislation Wo believe a grateful coun abroad. busl-ness-llh, Administration: K, j tics, chosen with regard to political Influence, and who shall and will glvo to this humane service the necessary time and attention without compensation, and wo pledge our nominee for governor to name such a board at tho We favor opening of his campaign. the protection of trained and compe tent physicians, superintendents and attendants at these Institutions. -. SrliooN niiii College: "Wo stand for bettor schools and school-housefor Improvement of rural schools, and for a .substantial increase In the pay of the rural school We favor an ctllclent pub teachers. lic school system from the first grade to the university with modern equip ment and qualified teachers so that the vouths of our commonwealth may be adequately trained for the cotupe tlon of life. To that end wo recom mend a survey of the school system for the purpose of giving a wise basis In addition for school legislation. we favor the elimination of the oftlce of superintendent of public instruction and .of county school superintendents from politics by constitu tional amendment providing for their under nonpar election .or tisan emblems or designations and the creation of a Stare Hoard of Edu cation composed of representative . citizens of the state. &m long-burnin- g. 'T'HERE may be some things that can be done well in a hurry, but pickin' a wife an' agein' a tobacco . fyyfi. ain't amongst 'cm THE FRIENDLY wv 4X TOBACCO 11 h 81 I aI Iy a1 Ml all at in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. Nature . When we take it out it's different has improved it, good as it wasmade it Kentucky Burley tobacco every year stored We put away millions of pounds of fine 1 all a m friendlier, more fragrant, cool-smokin- g, m 0 R" Nature has given it a delicious quality of mildness and fragrance that no artificial means can ever equal. It's just that extra s touch of friendly goodness that is building up VELVET Tobacco into the favor and good will of thousands of pipe smokers who prefer to smoke tobacco cured in Nature's way. You vould notice the difference. 1 S a a IS 1iCIay k gs c ff & A, JM wV ' "' v--- 9 hz ." bn u im : " nf 12! CM Roll a VELVET Cigarette VELVET'S nattiTcascd mitdnttt tmd tmonihnen make itjuzt richt (Sf for cigarettes. Vv $ k M: "& sT &Si!l2sr VJni. &&ei&$P '&& :J& . '' JJU (M In I J7 jr & fl Jr AJW M --w fill ' liVl m s that will give the governing authorities of tho dominant political p.iru. s of the state the power to determine the method of making nominations, either by a convention or primary election. I (I. ioli Violence: "We favor, the submission to the voters of Kentucky of an amendment to the stato constitution to pave the way for the enactment of statutory laws that shall provldo for tho auto matic removal from office of any a mob to peace officer take from his custody a prisonor and abuse, mistreat or lynch him, aud wo pledge ourselves, ir given control of the legislative branch of tho government to enact such a law. who-permits 1 ou gft up nt night1 Sanol la ely the best for nil kidney or bladSanol gives rellof in IT der troubled May, 17. Springfield, .Mass 24 hours form all backacho and htad-(you have an appointment with u den-- 1 troubles. Sanol U a guaranteed tlst and fall to keep It you arc liable remedy. COc and $1.00 a bottlo at 4C-tor tho bill Just the same. This Is tho drug rtore. mm the decision of Judje K. F. Lyford "Doesn't that movie actress put on in Civil Court, hero in'the case of Dr. William I. Boynton, who sued Wil- airs?" "Well, she ought to put on someliam II Ilogardus for $28 fgr un-- j Film Fun. ' thing." kept appointments. DKNTlST II.VTK HINDI ML lio - s- -- W yr fmmmssssBKSsawEM ChiBdrera Cry for FSeicher's 7. Trachoma: "Wo pledgo Increased stato aid In the treatment and pretention of trachoma and other preventive diseases of tho eyes. IM. HolshcvLsin: com-promj- se nt n, 8L i wmwvz&pztmi 0 J "At what point is danger to our country to bo expected It It ever reaches us It must spring up among It can not coma from abroad. us If destruction bo our lot, wo must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of free men wo must all time or die by sulcldo." Abraham Lincoln, SiKlngGold, 111. "Wo pledge oursolvos to fight this menace, which the prophetic vision of Abraham Lincoln foresaw, In any form In which It mny appear. Conclusion: "To the full and faithful observation of this, our party promlso, wo Moloninly pledge our nomlnooa for public offlco, and by faith kept or faith broken with tho people we uro willing to bo Judged." 'Sha Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and whh hzs been ia uso for over over 30 years, has borne tb.2 simim nf anu nas ueen made under his per-. -'. snn.il Knn.rv'.5Vn r!- - t Will Master Yon If You Don't Master Falsi All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and iuiuuia umi uuuurcn iixpenence j&m ..I j., " " are but eadangertha health of Just-is-go- Castoria is a harmless substitute fjr Castor Oil, Par orI Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It c atoins iioIUier Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic Iu r.go is ius cuarantce. For more than thirty vc:.; it h "bean in constant use for the relief of Constipation 1"! il icv Wind Coils and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcvenuag tthorefrom, anu by reculating the Stomach aud Bow. L, ..ids What 8S CASTOR A 1 u.-i- acamst Lxpcr;mjat. ftsHwes spisa,sa.aa:u,j'' CASTORS A Bears the Signature of J QENU9NE ALWAYS with LOCAL, AMPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the scut ot tliu disease. Catarrh Is a local tltseuse, rreatly by constitutional conditions, and In order to euro it you must tako an Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine U taken internally nnd acts tliru tho blood on the mucous surfaces ot tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was of firescrlbcd by onefor the best pliydtclam years. It Is composed of some ot tho best tonics known, combined vll soma of tho best blood puriflcrs. 'flio perfect combination of the lusrtdi-nt- s hi Hall's Catarrh Is what rroduiea en'-womliif'j' rMiilta In catarrhal conditions. Set. a f:r tnstinionUbj. irto. J. CHKNI5V & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All Drusslsts. 76c. llull'o 1'ilU for constipation. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured &&&4 la Use For Over 30 Years lllllM T.,..!?! -- The Kind You Have Always Bought " W,w VOWK OITV i - i M: 44 Save The Surface And You Save AH" National Slogan of the Paint Manufacturers' Annotation, Season 10J0. SHERWIN-WILLIAM- S M PAINTS AND VARNISHES. Costs more per gallon but less per job. For fifty-tw- o years the Sherwin-William- s Company has been kept busy making better paints and varnishes in every can of Sherwin-William- s' Products you get the best technical and practical knowledge in the field today. Their policy of always holding to the highest standard of quality has built for them the largest paint and varnish factory in the world and placed their products in every important domestic and foreign field. Intelligently used, these paints and varnishes are the most economical and best insurance against deterioration. If you have any doubt about color combinations or finishes or too busy to give the matter proper attention we will gladly make suggestions. ' A FLAT-TON- E Paint or Varnish For Every Interior And Exterior Use SCAHNOT A water resisting ENAMELOID The ideal oil finish (or tho nrtlstic decoration of wnllH, ceilings nnil interior Woodwork. Altogether different from tho ordinary kalsomlne and cold-watfinishes. I'MIORLAC Kor staining and varnishing the floors at one operation. Especially niado and adapted for hard wear under foot. This product has always been used where a superior floor finish is desired. I'OAIU'll and DECK A full Unseed oil paint specially prepared fur outsido exposures. Dries with a er interior varnish for furniture and inside woodwork of the highest grade. Excellent for tables, bathrooms, kitchens, etc. Dries dust free in three to four hour.3. It EX PAR For use on Inside walls, ceil- COLORS Ground In OIL , We carry the complete SWP S.-Sherwin-William- s The king of all outside spar varnishes. Use this where an absolutofy waterproof varnish is necessary, such as on yachts, boats, store fronts, outsido doors will not turn white. ings and woodwork where a high gloss finish is desired dandy for clothes closets because it lightens the dark corners. In soft and delicate shades. PORCELAIN HATH ENAMEL A tough, tenacious line of staple colors for the practical painter, decorator ground and sign-writin oil. Packages: 12 and pails. A most satisfactory product. er nd COLORS Ground In Quick-dryincolor-coats g Japan paint for use as in the finishing pared (SWP), is the best paint wo, know of. There is no other material, cither ready prepared or hand-mixe- d, that will give such uniformly good results. Every wanted color, in qt., l&gsil., 1 gal., and cans and al Paint, Pre- and dur- darn rei A bright, handsome red that tough, clastic surface, capable of resisting most severe weather. The paint for porch floors, steps and decks boats. hrighten-ijp.stai- n Brighten-U- p of works easy, covers. well ano dries with a nice, smooth and durable finish. Use this fir painting the barn, corn crib and rough fences. HARX GRAY A ve v beautiful gray for thu painting of outbuildings an. fences. Tuts paint has a goo'l covering capacity, and like Darn Hcd is 'nut up in an' size from' gallon to a barrel. Ol.ll DUTCH ENAMEL Uso "Old Dutch Enamel" where you desire a dull white interior finish. It is pure white ena amel whicii produces the effect of ruhlied work without tho necessity of rubbing. full-bodi- able enamel for the bathtub that will not chip or flake. Frequent repainting is unnecessary as in the use of other enamels. Costs a little more worth it. AUTO anil HUGGY PAINT . of automobiles, coaches, cars carriages and other highly finished surfaces. A recognized standard of excellency. HANDCRAFT STAIN Here's a line of the highest grade artistic stains, exclusive in character. They have none of the objectionable features of water or spirit stains, and will not raise the wqod grain. OIL STAINS A moderate priced .finish that indicates closely the color of wood of similar' name. They possess strong staining qualities, are thoroughly uniform and produce beautiful color effects. FLOORWII'E Floorwlpe is not intended as a polish alone, but as an excellent combination cleaner and polisher. It makes old waxed and varnished surfaces look like new no hard rubbing necessary. barrels. FLOORWAX Extensively used on autos, as well as an furniture whero a waxed finish is desired; also suitable for ballrooms, bowling alleys, etc. Takes n high polish, wears well and will not scratch. SCREEN ENAMEL For renewing old screens and preventing rust. Does, not close up the mesh and dries with a high gloss that prevents dust and dirt from adhering to the surface. Gives double wear to screens S. AV. ' Stain produces n finish with a high varnish I luster and does not fade or lose its brightness like many Klmllnr products. Use it on your furniture and standing woodwork. MA KNOT Th'o water-proo- Frequent" washing does not injure the gloss or durability of this paint. And if is easily applied in one , operation. Especially good for quick work. Every desirable Color. re-p- '( floor varnish, recommended for uso on floors, both new and old, in residences, hotels, public institutions, ofllce buildings and ohtcr places where hard usage is the order. f FAMILY PAINT The handy home paint fpr shelving, cupbaseboards, boards, flower boxes and the many little things about the house. Will stand repeated cleaning with soap and water, and wears well. SHELLACS Pure whlto and white, pure orango and orange for, all uses for which white and orange shellac are desired. Hill pint, pint, quart, and gallon cans, rections on label. di- 41 half-gall- on OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) !f . HARTFORD, STANLEY RULE IS UNPOPULAR - KENTUCKY. 1 JCtmocratic Convention Will Not Endorse It. (Ily Tho Colonel.) platform Republican "adopted and the Republican ticket In the November election practically named in auvance, imercsi in i.un- tacky politics shifts to tho DemoI cratic primary and tho convention mat is to come nuor 11, tor it is noi Jjww believed mat tno program ra- wed by Judgo John 1). .Carroll of lhldlng a pbitfonn convention bofor.. TTw ...t..,.. ...Ill l.n ..Innlii,! tlHH JllllllUIJ 1. 411 UU UIIUHVUi flfFor tho first time in tho history of tfW Dftitn Mm ll.mwinrntlr nlntfnrtll fwHl not give that "cordial endorso- meat of tho administration" that haa arked previous Democratic convon- s. Every candidate of tho Demo tic party for tho nomlnatiou so far announced a platform of urine!-thcan but bo taken as a Tfclsin of tho present stato admln- tion. and 0110 of thoso candidates iljl'eut Col. Henry II. Donhnrdt. of donounccs ling Creen-fran- kly eSFuiln acta of the Democratic stato Stiwfbistnitloit, but seek to saddlo a rtpf Ufi Wiiuo for some of the acts plalufd of on a small cowrie the Mjf Jlepui lkans who voted with LKiAoy Democrats in tho gen oral at. IsWbJlea of 1910 and 191$. 531 tho '1 nation auiriftg the Demo- tttSTSo r nds, Governor J a met n With tho at IkwTfof raru'ftirvlIU, undnuli 'liv ijrPtTllO ' th opposltluu ty ujai.ii. 1 1 fei jark 111 reasons, some personal and somo political, being divided the call for that date, as it is also the party in tho legislative fights MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE debtedness against tho estate of-J- . C. Lunsford, deceased, and dividing among Judge Carroll and Colonel the dato of the primary election. King out of that issue.. Ohio Circuit Court. tho balance of tho proceeds, if any, Swope, of Danville and Lexington, Donhardt. C. W. Taylor, Guardian, Plaintiff. among the widow and cuildron of tho Surgeons agree that in cases of Vs; Notice of Sale. A sensation was caused at Frank- will be the Republican candidate, as said J. C. Lunsford, I will offer for by nine of the Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the Una J. Taylor, et al.. Defendants. sale at public outcry to tho highest fort tho past week by tho publication ho has been indorsed By virturo of a judgment and order and best bidder at the Court Houso as paid advertising of a veiled attack county committees and by the United virst Treatment Is most important. of tho Ohio Circuit Court entered at on tho candidacy of Lieutenant Gov- Eighth District delegation to the Re- When an efficient antiseptic is ap- its May term, 1919, in tho above door in Hartford, Ky., ou Monday, plied promptly, there is no danger of styled action directing mo to sell tho Juno 2, 1919, (it being regular counernor Jumcs D. Black for governor publican state convention. ty court day) infection and tho wound begins to within described property for the pur upon a credit at one p'clock P. M in the font) of an advertisement in Governor Black will have the apof six and twelve, pose of dividing the proceeds among months, the following which tho voto for Hlack for second pointment of a circuit judge to suc heal at once. For use on man or the parties entitled thereto and paydescribed propt: place on tho ticket and that for Stan- ceed Judgo Charles A. Hardin, if tho beast, Borozono Is tho ideal Antisep ing the costs of thisfactlon and cost erty, A tract or ley or governor in tho different latter wins tho nomination for Con- tic and Healing Agent. Buy It now of this sale, I will offer for sale at being in Ohioparcel of land lying and and bo ready for an emergency. Prico public outcry to the highest arid best the waters ofCounty, Kontucky, on 'counties it Kentucky was published gress In tho Eighth, as it is reported Canoy Creek, and door in In parallel coliims. It showed that ho will through an agreement of the 25c, 00c, $1.00 and ?1.50. Sold by bidder at tho Court House Monday, bounded as follows: Haitford, Kentucky, on 'Beginning m a stone Hlack did not get as many votes by othor candidates to withdraw and lot Ohio County Drug Co. Juno 2nd., 1919 at about the hour of boundary linoat of J. T. in tho' NorthFord's inmione o'clock P. M., (It being regular thenco running N. C6 E. 51 4,130 as Governor Stanley. It stated the Judgo have tho honor without opA poles county court day) upon a credit of six to a stone; thenco N. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. position. If Governor Stanley had that Morrow ran 9,000 votes ahead 42 E. 60 poles Anyone having claims against tho and twelve months tho following de- 10 a siono; inonco S. 72 E. 51 of his ticket and that If Hlack had retained tho executive ofllce, it Is scribed real estate, situated in Ohio poles to a stone; thenco N. 31 poles ' lionii thn iifinilnon fnr iriwirnnr mi'l said, ho would have appointed J. E. estate of R. H. Taylor, deceased, will county, Ky and bounded" and dc- - to a sassafras and dogwood; thence please present samo, properly proven, Scribed as follows had received no more votes than ho Robinson, of Garrald County, as poles administrators,! Beginning at a point In Levi Tuy-- N. G7 W. 38 on a to two red oaks got for lieutenant governor ho would j Judgo. Mr. Robinson has beon a loy- - to no undersigned and chestnut branch; thenco up for settlement, not later than June tort said branch 90 poles to a hickoVy at Stanley man. When Governor have been defeated by 3.GG5. Tho tho Junction of another branch; advertisement was an answer to the; Stanloy announced his intention to l l' 1Ji' j thence west 1 1 2 U poles to a stake In thenco up lofthand W. M. BROWN, of Governor retlro and let Judgo Black become, claims of tho frlouds said Levi Taylor's line; thenco North AV. 38 polestho a stono on branch's. 27 to said branch, H. L. TAYLOR, 2S3 poles to a stake In John Brown's thence with said Hlack that ho "saved tho ticket In governor tho statement was made by branch S. 4 E. line; thenco East 11214 poles to a poles to tho beginning, containing 43 Administrators. 1915." 44 both that thero was no agreement as v stako at Geo. W. Leach's North West i acres, more or less. Rochester, Ky. corner; thenco South 283 poles to Ilobort It. Friend, of Estill, will not to appointments that might como up Tho purchaser will bo tho beginning, containing 200 acres, oxecuto bonds immediately required to run for lieutenant governor against after Black became governor. The after salo more or less. About RhcumatlMii. to bo approved by tho commissioner Ronald C. Oldham, of Winchester. Ho appointment of a successor to Judgo Tho purchaser will be required to payable in two equal Rheumatism causes more pain and installments, said tho past week, while in Lexing- Hardin, therefore, will be watched execute bonds immediately aftor sale bearing interest ton, that ho had no intention of with interest. If Robinson should suffering than any ohter disease, for in equal Installments duo In six and tho force and at 6 per cent, to have offect of a Judgment, abandoning his law practlco to cliaso get tho place anyhow, it would in- the reabon that it is the most com twelve months, bearing 0 per cent In and a Hon will bo retained as additho force statements given out mon of all ills, and it is certainly torest, said'ofbonds to havo and to bo tional security on tho laud herein n nomination for such an ofllce. It is dicate that tho ,,, a Judgment, urntlfvlnir to sliffcrnrs to know that and effect said that Friend Is 0110 of thoso Dem- by tho retiring and incoming governis n remedy that will afford re- - TienT.nVo omn,.,- ocrats like Senator W. A. Frost, not ors was purely political camouflage, thero I S,.?"er. ?J"rC8n,,, thls tllQ 9" f W. of pos- - CIlrltv OI1 the land herein sold. inclined to climb aboard a sinking as Black is not under the slightest lief, and mako rest and sloep Muy, 1919. Given undor my hand this tho 9th slide. It is culled Chamberlain's ship which tho rats aro already leav- political obligation to Robinson. OTTO C. MARTIN. m Aay of .May, 1919. Liniment. Ct3 Commissioner. ing, and that having no liopo of demoTwo of the strong men among tho OTTO C. MARTIN. Weddjng and Glenn, Attys. Master Commissioner. cratic victory this fall In Kentucky Democrats in tho 1910 and 191S EATS THIRTV-SI1 EGGS IRES. 4Ct3 P. Taylor, Attorney. "i H. ho do oh not wish to bo led us a lamb Houso of Roprosentatlvos will bo canFor 11 Sprained Ankle. 4 to tho slaughter. As soon as possiblo aftor Rio injury didates and rivals for "Stato solicitor Pittsburg, May, 17 Michael Meak- - MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, DIstrlot in tho Au- ocy, forty-ninA primary linn boon culled by (he in tho Twenty-firs- t is received got a bottle ot Chambgr-laln'- s nte threo doaen oj.,' Thoy aro RIohard as a gust primary. Liniment and follow tho plain district eominittoo in tho Eighth of his Hustor celebration gt c,uIr printed dltectious which accompany DIstrlot for June 21 to Rndcllffo, of Henry, That night he died of acute indices- Notice of Sale. man, and Speaker Robert T tlon nominate a candidate for Congreas to m Barbara Lunsford. ot al., Defendants. tho buttle. . . Hy virturo of a judgmont and order succeed Uia lute Harvey llehu. Gov- Crowe, of Oldham, the' admlniatra-tiu- n oX sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court on- ernor Stanley Ml the date of the ipa. leader In 1916. and Ita candidate -terJ at lU.May term. 1919. In the cl.il election for Augu-r pPalvT In 1913 Radrlige wae an J In culllg styled action, directing me to FOR FLETC.HWS nl'ova FflR FI'PTPHFR'? and the Republicans uf tha ilbtflct ujiuuueut of ili-- i tux law3 and both the hereinafter described proper- z!l 1L, . JL are now inveatfjntiiig the legality of were aligned with the dry faction of : ty, for the purpose of paying the lu- HP F? to-wi, al J T - X 1 o, '- SfHtaSS - a -- Gilllclren Cry OAS O Children C.ry R tJ , ' fl CASTO 'A that has eitUons It seeks to servo. And wo mean to Include Judgo Cook nnd County Attorney Kirk Itvtho memberPublished Weekly by No responsible Democratic news- ship of the court. Former courts HARTFOllI) 1'IUNTING COSIPANY paper will definitely deny that Ed hnve had public spirited and progresIncorporated Morrow was elected governor of Ken- sive members who earnestly tried to tucky in 1915, and that his majority accomplish public service, but tho Kdltor was stolen by Democratic election entire membership of tho present JOHN HBNItY THOMAS working In harmony and with S. TINSI.KY, Associate Editor thieves in Louisville. Kentucky peo- court Is iW. ple nt the core are honest and fair enthusiasm to pull Ohio county out nnd Iliislncss Manager. and owe It to Ed Morrow, owe It to of the backwoods class. JiiRt now good name of the state nnd to the the public is waking up to Its needs Entered according to law at the the things nre nhend. rostofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mail God of righteousness, to right In 1919 and better tho wrong of 1915, nnd wo confidently matter of tbo second class. believe they nre going to right It. The Hartford Republican will meet a legislative body a will of It's own. &VQQttQQtt$QQGQQQQQQWQQWQ9ttSGWGG9 drive is on this week ' to raise a big sum for the welfare (By Fluke McFluko.) work of the Salvailon Army. Tho NOTICE TO SimSCIUHEHS. When It comes to talking about my cause is n worthy one. These simple Subscribers desiring the paper sent ' yet earnest people nre doing a won- fishing nnd butting Into my nffalrs. to a new address must give tbo old derful work. Many of their mem- John Henry is equipped with a 40 I' Address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c bers hnve been recruited from the horse power motor and a never fall- .( )er line, nnd Cc per lino for addition- slums and gutters, nnd they know lug self starter. al insertion. tho wants nnd needs of the fallen by Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards Roll Riley wont to Ow'cnsboro, yesn the wayside. Their workers go into of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in we want to know ce. the haunts gf vice nnd crime nnd terday Church Notices for services free, poverty nnd wretchedness, whero fln- - Is, why in tho dickens ho took that ISn Mrior n Hvnrtlflnmonf n. fir Tlfr line. . big grnss sack along? Wo offered Anonymous communications wlllcr nat"ro'1 missionaries hesitate to Roll our parasol, rain coat and rescue from dirt and disease, B". " toceive no attention. 'from drunkeness and debauchery, the satchel, all of which ho declined, to meanest and lowliest of men nnd our disgust. TELEPHONES. 123 women. Cumberland CO More poultry cars have been sideFarmers Mutual Would it not be well for those tracked here this spring than ever Hundred) of eggs MAY ilil whose duty it Is to enforce the law known before. J'JUDAY to Insure the public against wrcckless arc gathered from tho cars by the automobile driving by bringing to small boys and others, mostly by oth account some of those guilty of the ers, so tho aforesaid small boys say ANNOUNCEMENTS most flagrant violations of tho law Pete, tho town Cop, has lately blos We are authorized to announce I. governing the moving of such ve- somed out in a new and really ex B.TCason a candidate for Representa- hicles. Evidence Is not wanting. Of pensive suit of clothes. What's the tive of Ohio county, subject to the ficial records in tho county court answer? action of the Republican party at contain admission of violation of the Lee SImmcrman says Ad Howard the primary election August 2, 1919. law, and could readily be handed to the grand Jury. Additional charges his clerk at the drug store, usually We are authorized to announco could be made out by summoning at gets himself all cranked up and tho George Baker, of Muhlenburg county random witnesses from any part of clutch In high gear just about tho a candidate for tho nomination for tho county. A few stiff Hi.es would tlmo most everybody else goes to bed State Senator in the 7th Senatorial 'serve to put tho brakes on tho wrc'k-dlstrlc- t, at night, but somehow he's all composed of the counties of with carbon In his cylinders and careless drivers Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub-- j and his tires as tint as flax, which every morning There is little enthusiasm in the indicates a "blow-ou- t' Jcct to the action of the Republican party at the primary election, August mind of the soldier returned from whn things ought to be humming at .overseas. He neltlibr swells with pride the drng store. 1, 1919. nor exults in spirit over his e.xpeii- KOK SALE. to announco enco. He is glad It Is over and that We are authorized One large, chestnut, sorrel mare, Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg; be Is home again. Ho looks upon County, as a candidate for the nomi-na- ti his services, as one of his number 7 years old, 16 hands high, excellent r. tor State Senator In the 7th . tersely expressed it, as a grim necestraveler to buggy and gentle for district, composed of sity. Those still on the other s'de children to drive. Will work any Senatorial Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- are restless and impatient to return where and Is a good brood mare, In to their native land. The feeling of the best of condition. ties, subject' to tho action of the E. B. MASON, Party at the primary elec- those ovcrthere Is strongly if IrrevBuford, Ky. tion to be hetd August 2nd., 19 U erently summed up by one of them 46tf A nation-wid- e , ad-raand-what short-ciruuited an Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. to STRAY STREAKS iSfrrffi ." - - Vr34&e - a .' "- - - k t . r J,. .jp .vttup c w :u m & Beauty Hides Multitude of Virtues in the Maxwell But underneath this "robe of beautv" you'll find a sound, rugged, compact, everlastingly-on-the-jo- b chassis that now has a record manufacturing run Of 300,000 all alike. For in 5 years that number of chassis have come out of the 8 great Maxwell plants each built on the same pattern; each one better than the last. To date more than 1000 refinements, big and little, have been made in the Maxwell. The plan is to improve and improve but not to change in any radical way the original chassis. Thus you'll understand why a Maxwell never quits running; never grows wobbly and loose with age ; never forces the garage man to send you a staggering bill for mechanical treatment. Now you get a far better Maxwell than ever before. Which would be sufficient for the average buver. But more than that you're getting a Maxwell that the touch of artistic magic has made into a car of rare beauty. It doesn't take an art critic to pass judgment on the beauty of a March Maxwell. Anyone with fair eyesight gets it in a jiffy. T want to. possess one. HIS time beauty conceals the virtues not the "sins." For the new "garments" of the March Maxwell are severely pretty, simple, modern, and the kind that make you Y the Wool Grower's Pools of Webster, McLean and Ohio counties met with the. buyers Tuesday night at the Millard Hotel, In Louisville, and sold the season's clip. The Springfield Woolen Mills Company, of Springfield, Tennessee was the successful bidder. Growers are hereby notified that their wool will be received as follows: governor, Cherry and Rhea, have not win." Mr. Rhea is wise enough Dixon, Webster county, 'on May 27. withdrawn from the race. Rats will to seo that a political party must Rumscy, McLean county, on May desert a sulking ship. jtake full responsibility for its own 2S. Beaver Dam, Ohio county, on May administrations, however odious they The last official act of Governor may havo been, and that an attack 29. Stanley was. to commute tho sentence M. L. McCRACKEN, upon his own by a cf murder. How fitting the close of candidate for administration County Agent. olilco only furnishes disgraceful term as governor. liis fuel for the fires of the enemy. Ij I'OH SALE. .. (was no doubt the hopelessness of Poor old bungling Burleson. LUMBER FOR SALE. Two good farms, 70 acres each. (leiemung me ainnipy administration appears hardly fair for his party to that induced Mr. Rhea to withdraw Good dwellings, barns, other necestry to load all tho sins of tho ad- sary buildings, orchards, water, on Rough lumber, all grades of tim race. ministration upon his back and send from the rural mail route. , ber, for sale. liim as the scape goat into the particulars address J. B. YORK, The President startles the country HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 15t3 York's Storo by recommending t6 congress a re- I. tOpeal of the law of prohibiting the Tho Louisville Times aptly remarks manufacture of wines and beers. Tho that Hancock county has taken a step news comes from Washington 4 that a backward in refusing to maintain a 1 Republican congress will refuse to County Farm Agent. And the action J according to the President's counact of that county is the more remarkable sel, and tho incident introduces a new because only a few weoks ago It took step forward by voting tho 20 cent clement into politics. The Presa undoubtedly action will ident's road tax. strengthen tho Democratic party with Perhaps tho most collossal diplo- tho liquor people, and now will the matic blunder president Wilson has 'drys rebuke the President's course in made was his subscribing to a pact 'sutticient numbers to overcome the If the "with Great Britain to send Ameiican 'Republican loss of the wets? soldiers to tho rescue of Franco in congress refuses to repeal the law the event that country was attacked 'banning wines and beers the liquor ly Germany. A revolution would business will hecomo more clearly an l,elwei"' l"? wo parties that it ,e take place In this country If such has ecn 1)e,3' Mm p.. vice was demanded of our.people. ' I i I . i F-); iln: that at last the We drove the Bosche across the line. It The Kaiser from his throne; Sick Man of Europe is dead. . Oh, Lafayette, We've paid our debt The good roads fever is scattering For Christ's sake, send us home! over the county more rapidly than In his published statement with- did the flu last winter. 'drawing from the race for the Dem- Hartford's city council deserves ocratic nomination for governor, Tom credit for its generous support of Rhea wisely says. "If tho Democrats the Federal Post Road project. cannot succeed upon the past hls- tory of state administrations and Two Democratic candidates for upon principles announced they canis good news WOOL POOL SOLI). Representatives from llil More miles per gallon More miles on tires Ohio County Motor Company A. C. ACTON, Manager. SSS9S99S999SSSSSS5SSSSSSSSS&S9M Two Points to Remember About The New Edison There are many sound reproducing devices on the market. There is but one which is associated with the name of a great inventor. There are many sound reproducing devices about the merit of which strong assertions are made. There is but one which has ever offered to prove the truth of its claims. The only instrument which bears the stamp of a great inventor's name; the only instrument which has been subjected to the searching test of actual comparison with the artist's living voice is f Efficient Service Exceptional Facilities i Conservative Management ser-,Us,- ls U K00(1 "r m rf-infor James Potltions for a voto on commission of government are being cir- - D- - I,lnck tnat W Stanley's reslgaa-culateform and there seemb little doubt l,lon' ho succeeds to the governorship tho county will adopt that form '" tho nmlst of hls cnipalgn for that that of govornimmt, at tho November elec- - !ofn'e? Stanley had surrounded him tlon. Those having tho petitions s,'!r w,th tne worjl "'oraent of the of his party. I'.iinnr hr.s should secure the requisite 'number of signatures at onco and turn them '' lnat mack bargained wt n Stanley Jn at the next meeting of the Fiscal u "sclato wih his pollt'itl friends !crd retain in offlco his objectionable court. janrolntces. But assumini; he hnsn t. . Tho Canadian Parliament which 'now is Black to handle the Stanley He could command tho followed the advanced load of tho hanchmen. Halted States Congress last year In 'rasped of tho public by firing tho nddlng. by legislation, an hour to school book commission, along with tli a leuth of Mio day, last wook rot-o- d a number of other notorious leaders, n but if he duos ho will lose tho nomidown a resolution to add tho nation, and if ho don't ho will lose hour this seakon. Tho poor, To bn so profll- - the lctlun. It Is anothor enso of be Canadians! i;ata of time. Wo should annex the damned if you do. and be damned If 'you don't. fctupld provincial. o p ex-tr- d, To these three features we attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to make our bank your bank. THE NEW EDISON "The Phonograph With a Soul." The makers of the New Edison assert that it RECREATES the artist's voice or instrument with such complete fidelity that no human ear can distinguish N. the artist from the They proceed to prove it by subjecting the instrument to the acid test of direct comparison with the living artist. More than 1,500 of these tone tests have been conducted. Invariably the result proved the truth of this claim! Why has no other device been subjected to this ted? The uew eongms .that naaambled Ita'pub- Washington Monday )im liean majority ot forty. Tha dent will not flod in thU eoDgrwM u r awtowatoH to r'anlater ain will. lilttorto yrtwidaut WIIson baa nJujwn Utile of tha spirit f eomprorniia, ana bow bo It will be iaUraaUng te at lrl- Tha Phcal court met Saturday and made an appropriation of forty thousand dollars toward building ta Qweiuboro-Bowlin- g (ireen poet road. TnJa U tba moat public ipir. Plata! court tba oouuty haa bad la many yaara. and far wbicJi it aaaarvee tbo blcbaat erwlit frow tha iANK OF HARTFORD HastEord, Kentucky. o - I For(!svi,le Pl3ninS FORDSVILLE, wnm ' ',' i aMSMSvrKfmr, Company. ta KENTUCKY. w A 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 Miss Elizabeth Moore, secretary of Miss Edna Ward went to Llvcrmore Wednesday, whero she will tie the Homo Service Civilian Relief of tho Red Cross, left Sunday for Cleveland, guest of friends for a few days. Ohio, where she will nttend the Con.Mrs. W. L. Lawlace, Narrows, vis-ilt- ference of the Lake Division. Only her daughter, Mrs. IJoll Frymlre, a limited number of delegates from 'at Horse llrnnch, tho first of the Kcntilcky I provided for, and Hartford is the only Rmall town In the week state to be represented by a deleMrs, J. It. Pirtlc and children, gate. Miss Moore was Invited as a Amelia and Ferdinand, and Mrs Curt delogate m? a compliment for tho exAmbrose left Tuesday for a visit cellency of her work as secretary of the local service. with relatives in Oklahoma. j I cd Hosiery Suggestions! MONARCH m $175 to $285 M We Want Every Lover of Music to Hear The Edison Diamond Disk i. Phonographs The greatest singers and instrumentalist can be heard, in your own home. Hours of recreating pleasure can be indulged in at a very small cost. Energise body, revivify your mind and fill your 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. CENTRAL (iltOVK. Mrs. Ned Turloy and little son have arrived here from Chicago, and will Sunday school at this place is prospend some time with Mr. Turley's gressing nicely. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. 'Mrs. Jim (Joff and Miss Mattio Tichenor, who were hurt In the auto- M. L. Messrs. Ed Barras and Ileavrln went to Cinclnnatti Wednes- mobllo wrick, arc getting along flno. Miss Gu.tlno Shown, of Nocreok, day, for a conference with a film company relative to booking shows spent from Friday until Tuesday with Gussio Brown, of this place. for the Star Theater. Mrs. Jesse Rains, of Beaver Dam. Don't fail to como to ILER'S GHp-PEII- spent Monday with her sister, Ruth for prfces as we have decided Tichenor, of this place. Mrs. Mizella Rowe, who has been to make LIVE & LET LIVE PRICES on anything you may want in the sick for some time, is not much bet ter. grocery and hardware line. The funeral services of WIlllo Mae Loney, will bo conducted at this Our Hog Tone is absolutely guar- place next first Sunday, at eleven No Vou ari the Judge. anteed. o'clock, by Rev. M. G. Snell. benefit no pay. Mrs. Rhoda Tichenor attended tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Wright, Incorporated. 46t2 at Providence, last Sunday. Y r iS BESfl A jijlilfl 0 H I u 10 3 J L P. BARNES 5 & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. Republican MAV 2 (The Hartford MIrs Marguerite in Owensboro. Marks spent 1'KIDAY Will sell any one a block, 300 lbs., of ice for $1.50. ELLIS ICE CO. 45t4 Personal Newa and Social Euents. ! : j Miss Edna Black and Miss Ethlyn Collins spent Sunday with friends at McIIonry. Deerlng and McCormick Mowing Machine repairs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 44t4 Mrs. W. C. Ambrose left TuesJa-fo- r Oklahoma City, whero sho will bo tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. McCoy. Mr. J. 11 Williams was in Monday. Hon was in Hartford, Saturday. Lafo Embry. of Baizetown, Mr. John Duke was the victim of Cook and County AtJudge a tobacco plant thief, sometime Sat- torney A.Mack D. Kirk went to Louisville urday afternoon. Wednesday to attend a good roads Tuesday meeting. Mrs. C. M. Harnett loft for Nashville, to visit her daughter, ' Mr. M. L. McCrackon, county farm Mrs. E. W. Cooper. agent, went to Louisville, Tuesday, Cromwell, to attend a meeting of tho wool growMrs. J. N. Martin, of pool. camo ovor Sunday for a vWt with her ers son, Mr. It. B. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Thomas, weok-on- d Mr. Bob Walker, who has been at of Beaver Dam, spent the Ohio, for bovcral "months, with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mosley, in Akron, Owensboro. cumo home Monday. r Mrs. Cova Henry, ono of our old Mr. Byron Foster, of Atlanta, un , Breckon-rldg- o tho gue3t of his parents, Mr. and subscribers, at Vansant, in' waB county, and Mrs. Alico Anderof tho Mrs. Isaac Foster, tho first son, called on us while in town, week. Miss Cessna Shults has closed her Messrs. Otto Martin, Alex Porter, school at Browns Valley, Daviess county, and ha6 returned to her homo Walter Campbell, Ozna Shults, Lewis Fulkorson, and Will Schapmlro athere, tended a meeting of the Masonic Bring your Junk and get your Feed, lodgo at Cromwell, Saturday night. Fertilizer, Seeds aud Farming Don't fall to got ILER'S prices on from paint, lead and Oil boforo you buy D. L. D. SANDEFUR, for wo will suro savo you somo nlco Beavor Dam, Ky. 42Ct jnonoy. Wo get an extra discount Shlfflott 80, and Mahala and wo will lot you havo tho discount. ,. Jacob in ,.rn mnrrlnil In Hutlor ILER'S GROCERY. Uu. tho county lust week. Wo Mny wo ninntlon to our correspond, couple short ami ww youiih' outs that ordinarily tho visit of one il lifemarrl neighbor to another in not news, and Cook, brother of Judge that mUiUion of u preacher filling his Mr 11 r.Mofk (Vok and formerly a merchant regular appointment has aw a news !fnt Uanuock. in UutlM" county, luw njlue. If the ureueher falls to fill and the reason for - i a mercantile business at Fana hta appointment bt Hough, and ha moved hi family iUch failure can be given it is of news h,-ve tended a lodge meeting at Beaver Dam Monday night. A banquet was The Sunday school hero is pro given and Superintendent Adams, of gressing nicely. tho Widows' and Orphans' Home, Miss Golda Baughn Is visiting rela Louisville, was the guest of honor. tives near Beach Valley. Miss Nettie Park spent Saturday Buck Goodall brickbattcd a man night with Miss Lena Combs, and atnamed Gary, at McHenry, Saturday tended church at Concord. night, for which offenso ho was arMr. Henry Plrtle had a nice calf rested by deputy Sheriff, Lon Ralph killed by a M. II. fc E. train, Monday and placed under bond to appear in afternoon, and another ono badly county court when wanted for trial. hurt. Miss Marie Thomas will go to Dun-de- c Have been In business 17 years and Saturday to spend a few days. I sell, if I stand behind everything your paint is no good or you find WASHINGTON. SALT in your sugar we will make It good. Mrs. Sallye Fcderspiel and little ILER'S GROCERY. daughter, Elma, spent from Saturday until Tuesday with Mrs. Bessie RenThursday evening of last week frew. Judgo Cook made five hearts beat-a- s Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown and chiltwo. Lawrence Baize, of Select, and dren spent Sunday with Mr. T. C. Vienna Sorrels, of McHenry, and Trodgen and family. Clarence O'Brien and Margaret Hart, There will be a pie supper at Wash-ln- g both of Litchfield, were the ton church, Saturday night, given by "the Ladies" Aid. Mr. O. Newcomb, from Springfield, We will sell you all the paint you Missouri, is visiting relatives at this want for $3.00 per gallon and will place stand behind every gallon we sell. little Mrs.1 Sallle Federspiel and Have a complete line of Floor Paints daughter; Mrs. Bessie Renfrow and In all colors, White Lead, Duch Boy children and Mr. O. Newcomb spent and the Oil too. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Now- ILER'S GROCERY. cjmb and family. Mrs. Albert Parks, of Owensboro, 13 AlVls Bennett, secretary of the Re- visiting relatives at this place. Committee, publican State Central Farmers are getting behind with ran down from Louisville, Sunday, their work, because of the bad weath to see his father, Mr. W. G. Bennett, er. who has Just returned from Florida. Most of the farnierp are bus Mr. Bennett returned to Louisville on cctting out tobacco. tho early train, Monday morning. Miss Jessie Newcomb and Mr. Cecil at Clear Ru-- i Ilrlbto spent Stn,ilu Misses Adella and Edith Hicks We have added to our large line of Paints, Graphite Roof Paint, Red spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Spot, Screen, Graining Colors, liquid Hardin Hoover. Mr. Estill Funk, wlfo and children and prepared Floor Wax, Furniture & Floor Varnish, Putty, Dutch boy. spent Satunlay and Sunday at Clear White Lead, Turpentine, Oil and the Run. e best Panther brushes. FOR SALE. ILER'S GROCERY. Good mule, 1G hands high, about We havo received from Jhe Ken- 12 years old. Will weigh about 1,- tucky Council of Defense a list of 200 pounds. ELLIS ICE CO. Ohio comity soldiers whose lives were 45t4 me given as a sacrlfico In the world war, FOR SALE. but tho list is not released for pub11I; TYl'K POLAND CHINAS. lication until Juno 1. Tho names, with causes of death, will appear in One Bred Guilt, due to farrow July our issue of June C. 10, 1319; four 3 to 4 months old Circuit Court adjourned Saturday pigs two males and two females. after a continuous sitting of four My Poland Chinas aro as good as can wooks. A largo volume of business be found in the United States. . W. S. DEAN, was disposed of and tho docket is 47tf Dundee, Ky. once more well cleared. Judgo Slack e combine business methods with his FUNERAL SERVICES. Judical rulings, and hurries without hlndorlng the mills of justice. Tho funeral services of A. O. Ross, for a deacon and member of Pond Run Wo still are headquarters Paints, Oils, Varnishes nnd Wall Pa- Baptist Church, who died during tho per iu this vicinity. We buy in influenza epidemic, last winter, will largo quantities, get special prices bo preached at Pond Run Baptist and give tho purchaser tho benefit. Church, near Echols, Ky., on tho 1st , Our House l'alnts range from $1.00 Sunday in June, at 11 o'clock, by his pastor) Rov. Birch Shields. per gallon up. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Incorporated. 4Gt2 NOTICE. , a-- number of Hartford Masons e at- DUKEIIUHST. To the stylish dressed woman, her hosiery comes in for an important part of her wearing outfit. We want to remind you in this adv. that we are prepared to take care of your wants along this special line. The following colors are good : Cordovan, Havana Brown, Tans, Light Blues, Pinks, Palm Beach, Pearl Gray, Blacks. These can be had in our store from 85c to $2.00 Blacks are always staple, and run in prices from 25c to $2.00 the pair. Our prices are right, and our qualities unexcelled. See us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. JZkx&l&Gb, We Have The International, Combina- tion Disk and Shovel Well-Trie- d Cultivators re I You will need to cultivate your crops in a hurry this season, due to so much rain. So be prepared by g securing one of these farm implements. We also carry a complete line of agricultural implements and machnieiy at prices that are right. time-savin- W.E. Ellis &Bro. HARTFORD, KY. J. II. Ambroso took out a warrant Monday for Bluford Craig, charging the latter with "hookln" tobacco plants. Craig claims that he is the owner of the tobacco bed. It is agreed that Craig burned and sowed the bed but Ambroso claims to have bought it along with another doal with Craig. Tho parties livo in the Taffy community. Mr. John Smiley, a farmer of the Adaburg community gavo n birthday dinner Sunday that was attended by many of hie friendu and relative. Mr. Smiley makes his blithday dinner an annual event, barbecued meats and jollier extonalve preparations are 'made, aud a hundred guaats are in- vited. We very much regret that we wore unable to accept Mr. Smiley' 'invitation to dinner, Sunday. Wo now havo sulllciont suppyl of ice ou hands to furnish farmer clubs. Will make special prices for tho season whero clubs take out at ono time Will make con1000 lbs., or more tracts, .with clubs any time during May. 4514 9JIOO Cream Wanted We have opened a cream buying station in connection with our poultry and egg business in Hartford. We want to buy your cream, instead' of butter. Can pay you 3 more on the pound for cream than for butter. For all information call or see our agent who will explain the details. Price of cream this week 57c per pound. 2-- ELLIS ICE CO. REWARD. For tho conviction of tho person or persona who stolo ono bluo and ono red steer, oach threo years old, and one red halter,' two years old, from our pasture land on Rough riror, near Heflln.- - within tho past ten months. Tnls reward is continuous for similar loagoij, (ENTUCKY CREAMERIES L. T. RILEY, Manager "rwTvn3"""WL' ji '.aim-i- i i',.'.. ..' tlur interest. 45t4 BH6SIB C. SMITH. J. F. SMITH. LULA A. COX. HARTFORD, KY. f "That's just what !Vc cigarette would do y fca' I tl75"I &0?mk 'aats . - .x' suusiy , , , I'V Xrsj P. - . ... if Afctjg-- yvtr s7 I s& y - J tfW. USlrf 4 Vv SJ ??" - 7: .WfiaA o. The feature of Chesterfields is that they where other cigarettes leave In other words, besfdes pleasing the taste, Chesterfields go 'em ail one better they satisfy! Just like a long drink cf cold water satisfies when you're downrighr thirsty. No other cigarette can give you this new thing in cigarette enjoyment because none can e: e-g- in copy Chesterfield's blend. It's a blend of the finest TURKISH tobaccos from Xanthi, CavaJla, Smyrna and Samsoun and several varieties of the choicest DOMESTIC. And the blend itself the skill with which these tobaccos have been proportioned is a real discovery in cigarette making. n .. Hit ntn.1..t O I h. T. Wright and Albert Wright, in tho following described snnis: $400.00 with interest from September 1st, 1911: $400.00. with BEAVEIt I).M. CTincUIT COUltT. interest from June 5, 1910: $100.00 Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy. 'lRo-- n. W. Slack, Oweniboro 7.7 is interest from lno C. E. Smith, Hart Clerk R. W. King. .$100.00 with Interest fron June 5. (Cin'tli. Attorney 11910: $150.00 with Interest from I fnrd. Tollco Judge J. W. Cooper. i$..",0:?rnm 'V,,!" Jcicrk A. C. Porter, Hartford, V Marshal B. F. Stevens. 5, credited by the1.. . C. Mar- following sums: $19.S4 paid March '",w,"r vuihhii.smoi.ii FOKD.SVII.LU. (4, 1914: $50.00 April 19. 1914:! tin, Hartford. 31. 19". H"!'1. A"K"st Ch'm'n. Bonrd W. K. Jonei. '$100.00, October 15, 1914, $79.S0, Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Keown, Olln Cobb. CJerk Hartford. nam .Nov. 1,, iuh, $71.06 paid Do Pollco Judge C. P. Kosslnger. 13 dftVB S. 1914: S4f. fin until .tntm - ilst Monday in March ceiuber nry 25, 1915; $247.50 paid March 5, Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. ami ifzo.uu .November 11, 1910. lst Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. tofiether with all tho costs of tho in July 12 days nliovo styled action in the Ohio Cir- 1st Monday County Board of duration, Com'th. nnd Civil. cuit court and the Court of Anneals n. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. of Kentucky nnd the con of this sr!p, 3d Monday in September 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart l win oner ror snle nt public outcry Civil. ford. Ky. to the highest nnd best bidder, at the Court House door In Hartford, Ky., 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. on .Monday, Juno 2, 1919, (It being Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. regular county court day) nt about Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, tin? hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a COUNTY' COUltT. Ky. of 6 and 12 months tho follow- Meets .credit first Monday In each month. ing described real estate lying and Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno, Judge Mnclc Cook. being In Ohio county, Ky., and boundKy. County Atl'y A. D. Klrk. ed and described as follows: Two Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beavtracts of land, viz: Clerk W. C. Blankenehlp. er Dam, Ky. First TractOn tho waters of Elm Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. I.irk Creek, beginning at n black oak Dlv. No. C Nat Dudley, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. 'on tho side of the Hartford & Leltch- Ky. jtleld road, Clark's corner; thence Jailer Worth Tichenor. Time,"of Meeting 1st Monday In with said road S. 75 E. .14 poles, S. Tax Commissioner D. E. Wnrd. 62 K. IS poles, S. 60 E. 22 poles, S. Monday In April; lit Februnry; Surveyor C. S. Moxley. fifi K. 1 i nnhm fn n U'hltn nnl In tttim Monday In Juno; 1st Monday in AuE. P. Bodners. Coroner Cox's line; thence with his line W gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st 40 poles to a white oak Cox's corner; Monday In December. FISCAL cocni. thence with another of his lines W. .12 26 poles to a white oak, dog- County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and (wood nnd dead red oak. Clark's cor- E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Saudo-fu- r, iner of Cox's line; thence with Cox's October. W. S. Hill. .line N. 40 W. 60 poles to a white oak. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, .Clark's corner; thence with another Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. of Clark's lines, S. 59 W. 24 poles diploma examination. Hartford. to a red oak, Clark's corner; thence 2nd District Sam L. 'Stevens, BeavBeaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. er Dam. with another of Clark's lines S. 16 W 50 poles to the beginning, containing Hitl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school 'J6 acres, more or less. 4th District G. W. Bowe. Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. Second tract On the waters of town. May 16 nnd 17 County teachers' Klni Mck Creek, owned by Albert W. C. Daugherty.Balie- - examination. Wright, beginning at a gum on the 5th DNtj-ic- t (White) Hartford. .south side of the Hartford and town. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' Leitchfield road; thence east with flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. said road to a stone about 10 feet B. F. Bice, Fordsvllle. from J. D. Clark's orchard fences 7th District June, 20 and 21 County nnd Stnte B. C. Rhondee, Hartthence about North to a stone in the 8Ui District teachers' examination (whlto) Fords'third hollow from the Hartford and ford, Route C. vllle. 'I.eltchficld road; thence about about June, 27 and 2S County nnd W. to a stone In h. T. Wright's line; HARTFORD. 'thence S. to the beginning, containing state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. 25 acres, more or less. Deed of reHartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. cord in deed book 39, page 475, Ohio July, Ohio County Institute. Follce Judge C. M. Crowe. County Clerk's office. Hartford. The purchaser will be required to Marshal E. P. Casebicr. execute his bonds Immediately after Sept., 19 and 20 County and sale with security to bo approved by ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) the Commissioner, payable in equal Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. Hartford. 'installments of 6 and 12 months, Clerk Bushing Hunt. bearing interest at the rate of 6 per Sept. 26 and 27 County nnd Stnte cent, said bonds having the force and Police Judge John T. Jackson. cachers' examination (colored) Harteffect of a judgment. A Ilea will be Marshal Will Langford. ford. retained as additional security on the land herein sold. Given under my hand this tho 9tl 'day of May, 1919. I Get the Genuine OTTO C. MARTIN. 4Gtf. Master Commissioner. and Avoid Heavrln & Kirk, Glenn & Slmmer-nia- n. Waste,. Attorneys. m.aw ft tiRnlnst DIRECTORY .... iH 20. n, lt - 7-- I liaa1 itrljAwiSi mj I" lJ,wl3 fiW'jL iL JL'JLJI' of (SieAMlTTl Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended tp,! - 1 a$n i Daw- For Weak Women Nftsra 5! txfm - xuCi I tone m' BaaeiBnBweniBBaieiejeBBsaBeMiea Af ' f j? A Safe, Succeed when everything Ise falls. In nervoui prostration nnd female weakness they nre the tuprem remedy, at thousands have testified. ittrs R e . V1 Movers tG VST it is the best ever cold over a dru0cls"a counter. FOR KIDNtY-LIVEAND STOMACH TROUBLE (Every Woman "Wnnta or will be two specialty hospitals, fnur In nil Thprn will nlcn c lin COST OF HOSPITAL ailm,nIslrat,on bulhllnB for tho ena tire institution, and necessarily 'largo structure. There will be a li brary building and a theater with Federal Project For Daw 'seating capacity of three thousand Ifinrl nil Minilnrn nmillkliiont Tlnnlr nf son Springs Of Vast all of this will come the superintendProportions. ent's residence, quarters for the nurses and junior offlcers.etc. The Illinois Central spur track to Hopkinsville, Ky., May 17. De- - the government reservation will en- tails as to the first unit of the big.!,ter these grounds and at the base of government hospital to be built at the hills where this track enters, will ... Tl.....r. ?.t..l.... .Inll...lnH.. bo located the laundry, ice plant nn't for the construction of which are now electric power plant. This electric being taken, indicate what a really plant will have sufficient capacity for enormous project this is to bo. Few furnishing current for both power people, except thoso intimately in and light to all of thu buildings on touch with the proposition, have had tho reservation. oven a blight idea of how big this inTho location of tho proposed vocastitution is to bo and of its Im- tional building has also been desigportance in a business way to this en- nated on the Hopper and Parker tire section of tho state. There are properties, and to take in 400 to 500 to bo four units, according to present acres. This is the only building llans, and it Is figured It will require which will not bo constructed untKr five years to get all of these complet- tho war risk bureau and Treasury Deed and that they will cost ?10,000,-00- 0. partment. Dut this will be directed Tho first unit, details of which by tho federal vocational board. are given below, will bo tho first of Tho site for the tubercular hospithese and naturally tho largest. tal, another unit, has also been selectTo He First Unit. ed. This is on Tradewater River, on This unit will bo known as the gen- tho Fowler and Murphy properties. eral hospital and administration However, it is not expected this will building. Twelve hundred acros will be constructed before next year. Major Qratf, of the public health hs u".otnd to it, and tho location has ulready boon solcctcd on tho Perkins, service, is nlready at Dawson Springs Nixon and McKnlght properties. At and Is actively in charge of tho opera' tho rear of the buildings, shielding .tions there, which aro already assuni' thorn from thu north and wont winds Jing considerable proportions. Tho of winter, will bo a high range of, big Job of preparing abstracts and (proving tltlos to tho numerous pieces lillls. First will come a plana of two hun of property included In the 5,000 aero dred acres, with the general sanatoria site has been nothing like complotod is going tho first building. Next will be a yet, but the government &pai lotis parade ground and then the right ahead anyhow. Gerald John-- ! proper. Uoth of son, attorney of Madlsouvllle, Is in Koncral hospital these will be very large structures charge of this abstracting and ha la nd built in exteuded form so aa to her now working on the Chrlatlan i;ke light and ventilation to all parts. County lauds. About 4,000 acre of 'J h y will faee duo South. toe 5,000 Ue In Christian-County- . On Mt life W.4 !Mr3 M Mg rftUMNtf U 7M llUaell $10,000,000 TO BE wtst, or toward tiiep main buildings, build a new passenger depot at son Springs right away and recently at a conference of officials there to determine the size and character of Ihls building, it was decided to build such a depot as would usually be provided for a city of 50,000 Inhabitants As Dawson Springs Itself normally musters only about 2,000 souls, it can be seen what estimate the railroad officials place upon tho transient traffic for the future. When vou nave Backacho the liver or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for the A trial liver, kidneys and bladder 50c bottle will convince you. Get it 46-y- r at tho drug store Barbed wire cuts, ragged wound , collar and harness galls heal up quickly when Ballard's Snow Liniment Is applied. It is both healing and antiseptic. Price 2Gc, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co., Incorporated. in mm -- In use for over40 years! Thousandsof voluntary letters from uomen, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves lhat Cardui isagcod'rr.edicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effect- F L SL:l.J. ivi mtf uuuinxi S Remedy for Worms StTrntjflTt jrun' rontlnn. om !! It the t trMlinniilitl FI1CY-I.K.MU I'll!. iau offer you. Krcp a b ttir altraji on ha ml. It w II hc! kwii Hie IMlt one. Itappf aiut hrultltj. 23c. a bottle at ronr drug. Kltt'a or central nture i or If jour cau't luppljr jnu bnd IiIm name ami '.5c. In rtainpa anil nc'ii teutl jtu a bottle r Recoraniendcxl Ly Lydia E. Finlihflm Med. Co. for ten years. A hcaliiif; wonder for nasil catarrh, sore throat and soro eye Economical. FOR PERSONAL livnipwr? Diiioli'et In water fcr deuches topf pelvic catarrh, ulccrttlcn and Infliun-matioii. s.i.;tUr"dm"j"tW. sriJ. ,nJ. TUPaitoiTnlrtCrroparT' ltr. SII ..li IW,. Uu!jf .w i USE LI V-V- ER LAX lirorrtptlr' V s. E. & S. FREY DALTIMOnE TAKE MO. m. W&fflb SHI The Woman's Tonic AV.L.t ffH M..M M.Ih .h VtllUUI. UU WUII IKJUI1 Surely it will do for you TL'hnt it tine. Hnnr for en many ihousands of other It should help. wonient KIM For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of l aS?S'gl"H:n:t:::iHHt:rM-5fEl Constipation. is Peel richt all tho time. Don't lay ifl from work for days by taking calomc) when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x keeps yo on your feet, whilo relieving your troub. le. Safer too, 'and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses' system ami rcliovca constipation. A natural remedy, natural in itaactions, eure in its effect nnd certnin in results. It wjfj won't bo long before Liu. Vc-La- x completely displaco calomel jn ever home.i Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo 60c nnd ?1 in bottles. Nof. genuino without tho likeness nnd shrnjv turo of L, K. Grigsby. For Balo bv c i WILUAAIrt. Hartford 10 guar-antce- HVJ fj A& your opportunity to iruure esaintt erobanaiunc errors in spelling, pronunciation end poor choice of wordi. Know the mt anine of puzzlinz wtr termt. Increase your efficiency, wbich tetulti in power uml success. Here ! Jmii SJucttsi? WEBSTER'S , CniihO of Headache. By knowing the cause, u disease may often be avoided. This is particularly truo of headache. Tho most common causo of headache is a disordered stomach or constipation, which may be corrected by taking a few doses of Chumberlaln's Tablets. Try it. Many others have obtained pormanent relief by taking theso Tablets. They aro easy to tako and m mild and gentle in effect. I O A3XOR! A .MttSTKIt i Children Cry FLETCHtK'S FOR 4 tOMMItiSIOMtU'S SAI.K. ' Ctrl Ohio Cireuit Court. Peoples' Savings Bank et al, Plaintlu- Vs; Notice. L. T Wright, et nl., Defendants. By ilrture of a iudniwt and order of sale of the Ohio Ctrcnit court ci tered ut Its May term. 10 lit. lu atyled action, directing me to aall Ike karoln Aaaerihed property tar ?H IHiflWN o flftrff tka JuUg- - m 'yA "1 was taken sick, seemed lo be . . . ," wrilesMrs.Mary E.Vesle, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. . . . I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bellies at lhat time, and was able to do my work. I tnke it in ttie spring when rundown. I find no pppetite, and I commenced catiri.q. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. 'j - NEW tKTERWATIONAL DICTIOMAKY is on teacher, a universal tjucstion unswerer, mado to meet your needs. It is in daily uso by hundreds of thousands of sue- tries. 3U.00U CiMarJih?cal Subjects. OUNDrRIE. (Iliclieat Award) PuLozau-l'jCiu- cijixlul ruin and uoinintLa world over. 400,030 WureH. 2709 Pases. CC0O II- tutlratluna. 12,000 l!l(.4rjiililculLii- c RKULAH WRITIT Itr mi lpoition. Pr2-. i l.DU I'ctktt Maaii .un4iai ibispacr. G. & C. MEFtaiAM CO., iriliifeUtld. Jlus,, U. S. A. Edlllom. MlHli Mi&r"S45k. - I iff $ffl ,.- will you; IAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A -5 tfiW lv Treaimcnt . iamjr .. it IS38& 34H vry; pmsFJg&ixm NTtj' . i- for WEAK LUNGS or 1 Drusr?isis 1.10 AjtWAAi mMmMvi I In elicit, niiiht sueuis, lienor rbat. .. u.-.Iuiies or consumption. It il does bilp you il costs you nolblni, .. ' col com.ii',, p. i In A FOR ONE MONTH k fur Hut lircd. feeling ((.i: Lm&&$m CONSUMPTION ga::::t:iW:lMh3l:HHisiarjVj OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lof Box 016 COLUMBUS Q. ""W-?i- "CJ3SiE2ZZZlZZ33ZStz- - FARM DEPARTMENT. Market flood n good egg; Krr. - I U t' - O, mk i,', i F ifc Every freshly Inld orb looks like lut many bnd eggj reach Iho markets. It Is cstlniated by experts that seventeen eggs out of every hundred spoil. A fertile egg will start development at seventy degrees and will become unfit for food nftcr a very few hours of summer heat. Under these samo conditions nn Infertile egg will not start Incubation and will stay fresh for a considerable time. The difference between a fertile and an Infortllo egg With the rooster Is tho rooster. In tho flock the eggs will be fertile and will rot during tho warm weather Without the roosters there will be tho samo number of eggs but they will bo Infertile and will not spoil quickly. Kvory rooster In Kentucky should therefore bo sold, killed or shut away from tho flock as soon as tho hatching leastin Is over. Juno 2nd. to 7tn Kefs la Hoostor Week in the State. nil get together to swat tho rooster and savo money which fertile eggs lo't for tho farmer each yenr. figures made by tho specialists nt the College of Agriculture at Lexington show that trio State losos :i, million dollars oacb yoar through fertile eggs. Sell tho rooster while the price Is high, savo the price of liU board and save tho seventen eggs which arc usually lost out of each hundred that go to market. He-ce- nt ers bought a real bean and pea huller to hull out theso beani which It did splendidly. "After the threshing season we called our association togethor and took up the sale of these boain and decided wo would not allow any of them to go on the market until they and tested, which were alt we did, and had several thousand bushels of as nice beans as were seen anywhere. Those beans wero nearly nil tested, nnd tested very high, about 9J to 98 per cent. "We then offored these for sale nnd noraly all of them were taken up by tho County agents of the State. They havo sold all of these and havo only a few bf the Sooty variety loft which our people are raising for hay, ts tby consider thorn very superior for that purpose. "Wo are going to Increase our acreage for hogging down thN year, l'.tlO, very greatly, as those farmers who have beon pursuing their prac- tlco havo had great success. Bosddos the money end of growing thefto beans and hogging them down there Is the value of the rotation on their bottom farms which ga.ta results with other A crop-- to bo especially adapted to their growth, twenty bushels of threshed beans per acre. One grower got 25 bushels. My field averaged 22 bush el on ten acres. "Our County Agent, W, V. Brow-dn- r, has dono a great work In helping we farmers to standardize on one va riety and the Haberlandt has proved tho beat and la forming our association for marketing, and In developing the best methods of culture and feeding. hogs "On one farm thirty-thre- e acwere turned Into six and one-hares of corn and beans; they weighed In at 100 pound. each, and were sold from this field averaging 225 pounds. One fanner planted Sooty for hay, ho cut and baled 165 bales, averaging 100 pounds from two and one-ha- lf acres. Soy beans certainly enrich tho soil and make It easy to work and keep clean. "Tho land of Ohio count-- is becoming thoroughly Inoculated with the bean bacteria, but on now fields soil culture methods are used. Soy beans have brought much cash Into the county, besides enriching the land3 for other crops, nnd has Introduced a new rotation among the farmers and, through tho Association, a community spirit has been built up." lf mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmm .,.., tt nrift'vyr"""""T"""""' i ran 4h02' J Jfflfc Without Once Shifting Gears if "y222i TAoJ AMCtltt 0LM ClT M letter which came from Mr. Henry M. I'lrtle, of Applogrove Farm, Ib almost certain to enjoy life, while dyspeptic are dent Hartford, Ky., had the following tho bilious and spondent, do not enjoy their meals to nay about his personal experience and feel miserable a good share of of growing soy beans: 111 feeling Is nearly "I scarcely know how to go about tho time. This giving my experiences with soy beans so as to make what I say as Impres sive as it should be. I only wish ev ery farmer in Ohio county and In every other county In the Stnto would srovv at least a fow of these beans. "To begin with, I plant my beans of May unat any time from tho til the first of July. Preferably from the 20th of May until about the 20th of June. I plant in rows about S incites apart wna , wheat drill. It requires about one-haa bushel per acre. I then cultivate with a little fourteen-Inc- h harrow unless ,.. weeds get in tho beans, and In this t, case I uso an ordinary cultivator nnd usually go over them Mi reo or more times "We make from one to two tons of hay to the acre and about an average of fifteen bushels of beans. For the last two years I have "been getting four dollars per bushel for tho beans and twenty dollars per ton for tho hay. 1 find, however. It best to feed the hay,, as it makes a very fino cattle feed. It will be seen from what 1 have written that there Is a good profit in growing boans, specially a? 1 am Improving the ground at the Httmo time. "As to varieties I like the Habor-- , larult for hugging down nnd for tlireslilug for sale on tho market; but for hay the Sooty Is, I think, decidedly the best and it will yield almost if not quite as many bushels per acre I llko tho Sooty for hay on account of Its fino texture." Mr. V. C. Elgin, one of tho ery actlvo members of the asjoclatlon. Do Von Ilnjoy Life? A man in good physical condition Showing the World What 600,000 Owners Know non-stop" " All crops need a vast amount KIiiti Destroy Words. of water and food during the growing period. Weeds nro huge drlnkurs and feeders so when they aro allowed elbow room, they rob tho crops Bcsldos of both food and drink. they crowd the crop cutting off tho air and light. Many of the commnest weeds have to take an enormous amount of plant food from tho soil as they contain a lurger per centago of protein when dry than do clover and nlfalfa. Of course, as this plant food can not bo glvon back to the soil until tho weeds have thoroughly rottcM, this amount of food for tho farmer's crops is locked up absolutely useless for the tlmo being. Cultivation holds many weeds In check; but a small flock of sheep will do wonders, because tho animals will (Kbtroy woods and chango thont Into mutton. Weeds cause Immenso loss-- n even on good farms. A largo portion of this loss can bo changed Into profit by tho Judicious usovof sheep. A few do3es of always unnecessary. Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up tho stomach, Improve tho digestion and regulate tho bowels is all that is m needed. Try It. A stock Model 90 Overland touring car again proved its stamina by smashing completely the world's high gear record. This test was made in Oklahoma. The car was sealed in high gear and the shift lever was removed. Not once was there the slightest mechanical trouble, the least hesitation, or the faintest break in the smooth, even action of the Overland motor. This standard car is an exact duplicate of the Model 90 we will be glad to show you. i..i Myrt has such a generous am told Mayme Generous! You ought to seo how she divided up that secret I gave her. Gort nature, I MOTOR HARTFORD Kentucky CO. Hortforcl, OrcrlanJ Model Ninety Five Pauenger Touring Car, $385, f.o.b. Toledo , o - Come to our store lf CASTORlA For Infants and Children 8S8:S6$K woman. Mrs. Lulco died from pneumonia. Her last conscious act, it was said by the boy's father, was tho writing of the will bequeathing all her worldly to mmsmmmz poisoned the boy against his father. Ho says further ho is leading an exemplary life, and that "It Is better that a child remain in tho custody of either of his parents than that ho bo with neither." m five-poin- one-hor- se In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of mc i.iTTM-- : VKAKS MKXBKXIIAMS CHIIil AM) FKVHi: TOXIC OXLY CUKK fiiitii cmiiiiKi) roi: a i' l o h J m Ingraham, 111. July 31, 1914 J. C. Mendenhall, Evansvllle, Iud. Dear Mr: Is your chill tonic sold near hero? Seven years ago I was In Mis MOUTHS L. McCKACICKN. souri. My little girl had chilled for County Agent. jver three yearn. I had doctored her v all the tlmo but could not get them KOV IIUAX OUOWlNtJ. broke. We got a bottle of Mendeu- aall's Chill Tonic from tho drug!-.- ' Inland Farmer. aid that broke them. She has not chilled since. Mow I havo a friend In tho past fow years Ohio county, Ky , hn developed quite an extensive :hat has a child that has had chilH 'or elghteon month.-!- . She can't business in the glowing and selling of soy beans for seed. This them broke and wants Lino tuciik.... If I can not get It here will send to Is rather out of tho ordinary as tho, you. Mrs. Ida Stanley. Users please major portion of tho farmers In Kenaote Mendenhall's Chill Tonlcout-scll- s tucky havo grown those beans either .writes: all other chill tonics combined for hay or for tho upbuilding of nn!j "We had probably two hundred impoverished soil. where introduced. Sold by Ohio acres of beans In the county last year Four years ago a few of tho fann- and used them principally for hogg- County Drug Company. ers In Ohio county had begun to ex- ing down. For this purpose wo plant TOTAL WAK KXl'KXSES. periment In a small way with tho In two ways, corn and beans ovor Mammoth yellow beans. As this Is a other row; and corn and beans In the Washington, May 17. Total late maturing variety the farmers same row. Tho former are planted .soon beenmc discouraged In the growof the United States governIn rows two and one-ha- lf to three ing of this now crop. In fact, there ment during tho war period. General feet, the latter Just as If It were only was a decided disposition on the part: was approxiMarch announced corn. mately $23,303,000,000. of most of them to quit the growing j "We shipped out of the county The northl" of soy beans entirely. About this past season eight or ten carloads mal expenditure of tho government of became' tlmo Mr. W. W .Urowder beans, besides supplying our home for samo period would have been County Agent of Ohio County. Ho Expenses duo directly trade which was heavy. We averagwas a firm bollover in soy boans and to the war wero estimated at ed on our bottom land, which seems was able to persuado a great many of of which the army spent glvo tho Haborlandt $14,000,000,000. tho farmers to bean, an early maturing and heavy boarlng variety, a thoroughly careful When the baby takes too much trial. This bean set all tho farmers' m min w vt wr food the stomach turns; the result rest and' many fields of doubts at Is Indigestion, sourness and vomitI boans wero sown. ing. Frequently tho bowel3 are InTwo yoars later, 1917, largo iiiim-bo- rs volved and there Is colic, pains and Haof farmers wero growing the May be Overcome by Lydia diarrhoea. McGee's Baby Elixir is borlandt bean for scod and they were a grand corrective remedy for the E. Pinlcham's Vegetable also hogging thorn down when they jtomnch and bowel disorders of Compound This wero planted with tho corn. That babies. It la puro .wholesomo and name season a largo proportion of tho Letter Proves It. pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c ncreago of beans planted for seed proVost Philadelphia, Pa. "During tho per bottle. Sold by Ohio County beans thirty years I havo been married, I have duction was bottom land. Tho m Drug Co., Incorporated. grown on thejo fields wero threshill uau iiuumi ucihad several atom and ordinary wheat threshing ed, with tho tacks of nervous ItKQUEATHS BOY outfit. Of course, nil tho beans w. ill prostration until it !!' rough manTO HHU PAMIXT.S throshod lu this rnthor seemed ua if the organs in my whole ner had to bo reclcaned before thoy body woro worn Chicago, May 17. Stranger than could bo put on tlio market for sale. cut. I was finally fiction Is this story of "Bobble" Luke, That sumo year tho growors, feelpersuaded to try ing tho need of soino organization Lydia E.PJnkham's tor Bobby is bolleved to be the ouly j Vogotablo Com- boy who has beon "bequathed" by a through which thoy might market pound and it made will to possession of humans as a their crop of boans, dovolopcd tho a well woman of Ohio County llean and Tea Growors me. I can now do chattol sinco slavery was abolished lu I Association. This association la still all mv housework the United States. In oxlatenco and Is doing good work nnd adviso all ailing women to try Bobblo was given by his mother, Lydia E. In answer to a letter from your pound and Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com- Mrs. Mario Luke, while on her death-bowill cuaranteo they will I correspondent, Mr. W. W. Drowdor ilerivo great benefit from it." Mrs. to her parents, Joseph and Mario wrote under date of April 30, as fol- Frank Fitzgerald, 25 N. 4l3t Street, Chavatal, to have and hold forever, Vest Philadelphia, Pa. and tho will, unique In Cook County lows, concerning the 191S crop: Thero "In 191S our pcoplo Blurted lu to where inaro thousands of women every- annals, has been filed for probate. Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition, grow as many us thoy could and suc- suffering from nervousness, backache, The story was rovoaled in au anceeded In getting lu qulto a fine crop, headaches, and other symptoms of a swer filed by attorneys representing these being grown mostly In one sec- functional derangoment. It was a the boys father, Warren It. Luke, to health restored tion of tho county, though scattering grateful spirit for letter eo that which the petition of tho adoption of the led Jicr to write this other over a largo part of tho county with women may benefit from her experience child by Chavatals, la Circuit Court. couple of nnd find health a3 sho has dono. u fow, I would suppose u Thero It became known that tho Tor suggestions in regard to your con- strungo will had been filed and that thousand acres, being planted. These writo Lydia E. Pinkham Modlcina did flno all tho year and In the kite ditionIynn, luass. The result of their tho adoption procedure was only tho Co., two or three of our largest grow t) ycu'j esperienco is at your service. carrying out of tho wish of the doad fall g-I I y, ; i m possessions to her son. Then, in tho final clause of the Instrument, she loft her son to her parents. Tho will, perhaps not legally binding; will not bo contested. To do so might deprive the bTy of his lawful herltago of money. But the right of the grandparents to tho child thus bequeathed to them Is being contested In tho adopted suit. The predicament of Bobby Is duo the fact that four years ago Mrs. Luko sued her husband for divorce on charges of cruelty, and was given a decree of custody of the child, now 0 years old, by a judge In Circuit Court. Since then his father has and, he says In his answer, hafe a good homo and a wife who will mother Bobbie as he deserves. Luke says that, despite tho provisions of the divorce decree, tho maternal grandparents, who now have possession of the boy, have not permitted the father to visit tho littlo fellow and threatened to shoot him if he Insisted. He says that they have Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) aro flatulenco sallow complexion, symptoms of a torpid liver. No ono can feel well while the liver is inactive. Hcrblno is a powerful liver stimulant. A doso or two will causo all "bilious symptoms to disappear. Try It. Price COc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co., Incorporated. t mr m us t wwmk P BOSTRATION -- are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &a, XXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You ipipsi w4 ' HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. d, Hartford Printing Company INCOIU'On.YTKll HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. list ok .lunoits von JUI.V CIIUUIT COUKT rieforo ndJournlnB circuit court last week JuiIro Slack drew tho Jurors from tho wheel for. tho July Brand and petit Juror. Citizens who will bo summoned for Jury service arc: Summer Days Are Just Ahead Cool, Comfortable Underwear and Outer Garments Will Be a Necessity. i AQjJA )i)5&01LUmi Ornnil .Itiry. AJnjR-riOAlJ- A $200 IN GOLD $200 J. It. niack, C. S. Ulce. J. W Drown, Lon narnnrd, J. T. Huff, J. E. Mnddox, V. J. IJean, T. F. Tanner, J. D. Jones, A. H. Drown. Mason Taylor, J. H Davis, James Pennington, Sam McMurtry, Logan Felix. L. D. Del-lam- y, Jackson, Daniel. w FOR A SLOGAN the American W. H. Bean, L. H. Comlis, Lon' Phillips, W. P.. Luther Drown, It. Miller, C. B. H. C. Patterson, Petit Jury. W. T. Hicks, G. J. Christian, J. S Cecil, Llnard Leach. Lontito Mlnton, Robert Dennett, Elder Ward, J. D Monroe, Layton Williams, W. J. Maiden, Lewis Riley, J. It. Weller, J. W. Thomas. Silas Carter. It. H. Taylor. Monroe Lee,J. M. Godsey, S. II. Render, W. D. Hocker. John Miles, J. W CoppaRC, O. V. Tatum, W. T. Lawrence, Jolfn Patterson. Felix Shaver, Sam P. Dennett, J. II. Smith, J. W. Dowls, Eugene Stroud, S S. Acton, J. S. Ford, Darnie Hocker. Frank Maples. Kufus Powell, James Albln These are sumand Jack Wilson moned for the first day. Medicinal Mineral Water a slogan with punch and snap to it .something that really suggests the benefit which conies from using Dcvonia. And we are going to give $200 in gold to the person who sends us the best slogan. Think of it! $200 for just a few words. But Dcvonia, the finest of medicinal mineral waters the world over is worth i- tworth your best thought and effort. E WANT a slogan for Dcvonia fflUNSING WEAR Is the most satisfactory settlement of the underwear question. Union Suits of every wanted style for the whole family. 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. Hal pi fill What Devonia Is. mk Mi PVDTIIA? ociicpiurt I m Dcvonia is an American Medicinal Mineral Water. No other water has a record of such helpfulness to the ailing. Some of these for which it has been widely and successfully prescribed by physicians are: Constipation, Rheumatic Affections, High Blood Pressure, Hardening of the Arteries, Eczema and similar ailments. Unlike many other mineral waters, Dcvonia comes to you just as it Nothing is comes from its natural source, a thousand feet underground. added to it to make it stronger. It is not condensed. Y.t o effective is it that a tablespoonful to a glass of water is all usually required for effective results. Neither is it a powerful cathartic. Its properties are remedial, alterative and reconstructive. But to know what Devonia really is you should learn what it has done for others. Get some of our booklets, "The Story of a Well Man," or some of the Late Seasons Are Acts of Providence but late buying is a fault of yours. We have a full line now but when the rush comes our stock will be de pleted, so why delay? Come in and see our tractor bind-ergrain drills arid plows. Also the horse drawn imple-- , While butter fat is ment. selling at 64 cents per pound and your cows at their best in milk production its an ideal time to let us demonstrate the money making qualities of the world standard cream separator, the 98 per cent of the creameries of the United States are using the DeLaval, WHY? Another car of buggies this week, both Hercules and Delker. Come in and get your choice out of this shipment. A square deal at our store. s, De-Laval. others. Special Prices on Coat Suits and Cloaks 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. No Conditions To This Contest. You may send in one slogan or many. You do not need to buy anything. All wc ask is that the slogan be short and snappy. As we want only one slogan, there will be only one prize $20U; but that is worth winning. The judges will be the officers of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, Mr. Thomas E. Basham, president of the Thomas E. Basham Company, our advertising agents, and the advertising managers of the four Louisville papers. All slogans must be in our hands by June 1. The announcement will be made as soon thereafter as the judges can reach a decision, and their decision will be final. In case the winning slogan is suggested by two or more persons the pri?e will be divided equally. All slogans become the property of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company. Mail your slogan to The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, executive offices Owensboro. Ky. For our convenience we ask you to use the coupon. MintPALWAltOl E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. Take a Tablespoonful of. Devon! a Glassfu 5 water jJi) COUPON for a Slogan Is COUPON THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Ins., Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: Please send me the following Devonia ooktets: "The Story of n Well Man." "Pushing Back Father Time." What to do with Rheumatism. High "Giving Red. Blooded Men a Chance." Blood Pressure, the disease of the American business man. "Serious Trifles." Constipation. "Strengthening the Life Line." Hardening of the Arteries. "The Glow of Health." A Beautiful Skin depends upon Health. Check with an "X" such of the foregoing as you would like to receive. Any or all of them will be sent free on request. Fill in your name and address and mail to THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO (Incorporated) Owensboro, Ky. Name Address r "V T.HE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Inc., ' Owensboro, Ky. jr My suggestion (Write Plainly)" Ml W 5T V 1. C&EbO f.J 1W " I have read your books on. (Insert Names of Booklets Here) Ci? VuniiMOR. Name .. Address (If under 21. alve us name of father or mother) Mineral Spring Co., Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. Retail Drug Trade supplied by their Wholesale Druggists. A SOLHMN DIIKAM. Devonian If your Druggist does not have Devonia, write to Executive Offices, The J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ve- r Dam, Ky. Phone. Inexpensive Blouses That Possess Real Charm and Character When you ouri become familiar with I bo character mid tho many splendid priced iualltlcs of tho extremely modcrnlt-llllousi", to Im found hero at all times, then oiir entire conception of what mi liioxpenslto ItlotiM' iiilht bo will lime been changed. Many folks hIim nro unacquainted with our unusual HIoum olTcr-inare of tho opinion that n low price for n Illoiiso is not consistent with good (yl and real merit; lhl opinion Hill undergo a ple.tsliig rotlslon when one but learns of Just how gool a IHoiiso n mnll .sum will purchase here. For cample take (Ii(mi: y Cumberland (Ily I. D. Claire.) Some dreams return In one's wakeful hour, with that fierce forcefulness as to appear a reality. I had, only recently such a dream, and It dings to my memory like u vino to a tree. I dreamed that the dronil of death was liohlnd mo, and that I was on tho lone, dark voyage of. tho river Styx. Tho death bark moved swiftly and bilontly over tho btlll waters. Hut for the dip of the rowman's oar all about was a tomb like silonce. Not a ray of lisht penedurkno.ss. Tlieio trated tho obony-ltk- o ware other passengers on the sombro journey, but 1 felt rathor than saw or hoard tham. Silently, swiftly the rowman sped alimic his uncharted courno. I sat in koloinn silence, Impatient for tho end. At last I heard tho siren call, and suw tho breaking dawn on tho other shore. Brighter, stronger grow tho feeble light till it broko into the splendor of u thousand noons. I looked about uiQ, and wus ploased to find my dear Friend, Tins-leClimbing up tho golden Gangway wo stood before tho open gajo souls. Tho of tho city of white-robe- d wonderful. fccono was Indescribably It was a city of spires and thrones, of goldun light and perfumed winds. I wus thunderstruck with the grandlour, p. ml felt u million times ropald for all tho sacrificed I had mado on earth. St. Fetor wus about to close the gate, and bad us hurry. I luuked around for Tlnaluy iut ho was no where in sluut. I waa or-do- al feared thoy had sent horrified. him to tho other place, but an obliging seraph pointed to a rock standing out in tho silvery waters of tho Styx Thcro he, and an old man, with hoary locks and flowing beard sat, with hook and lino and reel. I shouted to Tins to hurry; that tho gate of Paradise was about to finally and forever close, but he smiled and waved his hand and said, "Let her shut Mo and Uncle Isaac will have ours hero " And I later learned that he of the hoary lockH and tho flowing board ' was the famous old Isaac Walton I . v -- -. g. si"J::5 Wirthmor Waists at $1.50 G. R. Ogden, of Shinnston, W. Va says: "I have used 56 days end I think it i3 the AVALON TARMS I have two plg3 4 months and 3 day3 best mcMei"? I old that v. . ;"h 3o0 pc unds, ono 6 pound, heavier than tha other. Tts-heavier than my neighbor's 2 of tho are 10 j"'--. HOG-TON- E v V4H NOTIUK STOCKMIW. y. Tho Iloavor Dam Ureedera Association, having purchabed of Georgi Sowilers, Mountain Hoy, a black Jack, ollgiblo to reguttor. Alo n regibtr-reJack, and n registered Porcherou sUlllou, of Fisher & Walkor, of Indiana. Wo are now prepared to servo you, at our barn, in Itoavor Dam, Ky. Wo will be gl id to httvo you call and Inspect thoe animals before breeding elsowhoro. For description seo posted bills. IIRAVEIt DAM imBKDRltS ASS'N liy Chas. W. Mullikin, Sec. 40t'J d 1 m fas sam-- hlttr izi f.V TL' . is the ctpfcrience of a tjp.cQl cf Hog-TonThere are hundreds and hunon file at tho dreds of Aval on Farms Company's office from nearly every stato in the Union, all telling of biJ improvement In hogs and in ho profits through tho the scientifi U30 of Hog-Toncally prepared Hog Conditioner, Fattener and Worm Reis sold on mover. Hog-Ton- o ur CO e. Trial under a n absolute money-bac- k days' Fro 2 guarantee. Comp In the store and tell us how many hogs you have in your herd and we o willgivoyou enough to treat all of them 60 days. You don't have to pay for it unlcjsyou arc absolutely satisfied. Tho decision Is left entirely to you. Hog-Ton- Jf 4 They're decidedly gooiMooking mid (Iicj'ic Just us good lis thoy They nro mado of quullty fabi'lcs; they are nro throiigliout ivilli the utmost cmoj mid they aro cut absolutely true to hlo nfid wiirraiitcd to bo perfect fitting. Tliey really 1iiio m cry much to commend ttieiu that wo urge their for wo know Unit n wcaier of a Wlrlliinor most nlwnj.s liwomes n htaiiuch friend mid loyal admirer. good-lookintin-isl- acquaint-miccshl- p, oue-tlm- o Winsome New Styles Now on Sale "Wlrlliinor Waist t..u Iks hold iu Just one Rood More in mery city mid they are sold hero only. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING NOW TO TRY 60 DAYS' ADMINISTKATOU'S NO 1'IOK. All persons having claims against) tho estate of I). F. Formau, deceased, will present same to me, properly proven, on or boforo July 1, l'Jt'J or thoy will bo forever barrod. O. A. KEM.KY, Admr. 16t3 Whitosvlllo, Ky. TREATMENT OF AND WORM REMOVER mag-nlllcie- nt AVALON FARMS HOG-TON- E THE LIQUID HOG rATTENER, CONDITIONER "" Carson CEi Co FOR ALL YOUR HOGS -- FOR SALE BY - Hartford, Ky. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., - Hartford, Ky.