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FIRST AIR VOYAGE avorago hour. sliced Jfetfarft fkjwMfcjm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAKTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1919. 79.80 mlloi an No, 48 asks nothing of the desertor-husban- d aro reported short and filling poor but tho restoration of her freedom. DEEP CUTS BE MADE at oither end of tho head. Fruit conTho CDe of Florence Tucker Tayditions aro better than was sometime-agON IN FULLBLAST lor against C T. Taylor appears a IN APPROPRIATIONS OHIO COUNTY'S TOLL expected, though the poorest In OVER THE ATLANTIC little more tragedlcal than tho other OF LIFE DURING WAR many years. The black berry bloom two mentioned. Tho Taylors were indicates a bumper crop of Jam fruit. married In 1915, and to tho unhappy Thlrty-flv- o human Hvej was tho The extremo wet weather seems to bo war took of Green union were born two children. Tho Big Government Expenses confined to a llmltd trrltory, of which Made By Daring American ghastly toll tho world thirteen woro Owensboro-Bowlin- g Ohio county. Of these luuiiiuiL unties mat an ioiu me Ohio county appears to be the center. And State Line In And Economy Is lived with her only about Defying Death For killed In action, six died of wounds m flvo months, and that he left tho stato DOG TAGS NOW GOING and slxtcon died of disease. It Is, of Project. Imperative. Fame. without tho forethought of making AT FIFTEEN DOLLARS courso, possible this numbor may bo provision for tho caro of herself or yet increased before our boys are all children. Tho petition alleges the A record prlco for a dog tag was mustered out of tho service. Tho Tho long ovorduo good roads cam- customary cruel and Inhuman treat . lis Washington, May 27. Necessity made hero Monday when Jack Evans," WilRlllnMnn Mntf 97 Tim A mnrL dead, with tho manner of their paign Is now on In Ohio county in ment and settled aversion etc. It for sharply reducing appropriations of Fordsvllle, paid fifteen dollars for lv Tcan navv nddpd now lntirnlq tn It deaths, follow: full blast. Tho Owensboro-Rowlln- g y Is a notablo concldenca that nf the for government expenditures was urc- - ono, In Judge Cook's court. County achievements and traditions Killed In Action. Oreon post road Is practically a cer- three divorce nroceodlnes one of tho.ed upon the House today by Reore- - elnrk. ninnironoiiin toi.,..i., when Lieut Com. Albert dishing t Robert Davis, Hartford. tainty, and tho Stato Line road seems parties fin each case Is out of tho sentatlvcs Fess, of Ohio, and Moore, ary the first, sold over Rend, and his five companions, In Cecil Draper, Williams Mines. three thousand more than probable. of Pennsylvania, Republicans. Each dog tags at ono dollar apiece, but state. the naval bcnplane NC-- 4 went from Jnmes Stone, Hartford. Engineers Wilson, of Ohio county, declared that unless radical retrench thoso who neglected to buy them Azores to Portugal and comJames O. Durall, Kockport. Spurrier, of Daviess county and diviments were made the government from the clerk must now pay fifpleted the first TEACHERS EXAMINED. nlr Clarence Gabbort, Sunnydalo. sion engineer Crozler, began a prewould have to go to tho people for teen dollars to Judgo Cook for such flight ovor made In tho history of tho Mathlas Hlggs, Fordsvllle. liminary survey of tho Owonsboro-Dowlln- g world Examination for certificates to another loan. Malln A. Ronton, Hartford. failure Tho officials have been Green route yesterday teach school wa3 held here Friday Mr. Moore criticized tho policy ot patient with tho peoplo and have givJohn O. Laws, Hartford. However often the high seas of the morning. They met at Maxwell, and Saturday of last week. Thirty the Houso Appropriation Committee en them Kddlo Lee, Narrows. abundant tlmo to procuro Atlantic may again be crossed, cither went over tho Maxwell-Hcfll- n route applicants appeared for examination. ln reporting out appropriation bills dog tags, but now the crusado Is on, la relay or straightway jumps, tho Chester Heed, Manda. Headlamp W. Wllloughby, Horse and then doubled back the Buford- - Of these fifteen mado first class which failed In the last session with- and those who have not procured tags credit of being the first to pilot a Pleasant Ridge routo. Today they grades, ten second class and five fail out conducting careful hearings to for their dogs will be haled Into counkoavier than an air craft through tho Branch. will work on through by Reaver Dam, ed. Those making class grades determine whether reductions could ty court and flnod for having failed Corbet Lake, Hartford. akle3 from the new to tho old world Cromwell and to Green river. They were: be made. to obey the law. Leo Keith, Horse Ilrancli. la ono that can never ho wrested from are making this preliminary survey 'Unless our committees begin to go Bessie Allen, Beaver Dam, 85 Died Of Wounds. Com Head and his crew. for tho purpose of reporting to the Cora Thomasson, Hartford, 85 Il- Into details with regard to theso ap- FORMER HOME ROY , Lee Drown, Echols. The distance from Ponta Delgada, stato road commissioner a general ls. propriations," Mr. Mooro said, "we TAKES SCHOOL HONOR John Crowe, Fordsvllle. the starting point in the Azores to estimate of the most feasible route aro going to run up against troublous Earl Smith, Select, 90 Lisbon, tho stoimlnc iiolnt on tho con- 15. Ooff, Horso Dranch. Ira i times in the Republican party, as tho O. N. Stewart, RearercDam, SO The American-Pres- s, Sulphur and tho probable cost of construction. Jestus Walter Long, Lake Charles, is S00 nautical miles and this Their report will be in tho hands of Democrats ran up against troublous Louisiana, In reporting the Com2. C. B. Shown, Beda, 90 y Springs. NC- -I Iwas covered by tho in the state road commissioner sometimes up to the moment they let go mencement exercises of the Vlnto May Ryers, Horso Branch, 89 Wllllo Orr, Reynolds. nmo nours and lony-iou- r minutes. time next week, after which, If their their power. Martlno Taylor, Cromwell, 86 High school, has this pleasing menDouglas Taylor, Narrows. seaplane traveled llko an ex- The report Is approved, tho federal enRepeal of sections of the war reve- tion of a former Ohio county boy, Lola Westerfleld, Fordsvllle, 85 Died of Disease. uiiL-iiu.--n ii.un, ; Ul uie luiir- gineers will mako an accurate nue bill levying taxes on seml-luThomas Ragland, formerly of Horso Vtoen station ships In regular onlor, as Samuel Alslp, Horton. survey and calculate the actual cost urles might bo advisable, Mr. Mooro' Branch. E. F. Liles, Renfrow, 94. David M. Karnes, Prentiss. If traveling on hchedule time and covof the work. It will bo upon the resaid, but such action would place Mrs. S. O. Keown, Hartford, 89 "The Valedictorian for tho class Presley Kissinger, Kchols. ered tho SOU miles at an a vera bo port of tho federal engineers that the country In a serious financial pre-'1919 was Thomas Ragland, whoso Geo. Stevens, Heaver Dam. speed of S2 14 miles an hour. the building of tho road will bo dedlcaraent unless appropriations for school term was interrupted by tho Louis Baker, Beaver Dam, 88 ' This was tho best avorago tlmo Jesse V. Crowe, Hartford. termined upon. various government activities were 'war, but who served his short term Myrtle Calvert, Centertown, 85 Charlie King, Hartford. made anywhere on tho routo from The money to ho raised by popular cut down. nf service, returned to his class, and Virgil Klper, llalzetown. Rockaway Point to Portugal, except subscription for building Ohio coun.t "We passed a revenue bill that was was awarded the valedictory J. W. Myers, Olaton, 85 upon C. Main, Beaver Darn. i Vo short hop of 150 miles from 'Charles ty's part of this road Is In sight, proBessie Hazelrlgg, Beaver Dam, 85. presumed to provide ?6, 000, 000, 000 'sheer mlrit, after several months Wavy I). Malln, Reaver Dam. llorta to Ponta Delgada, In the ll vided tho route Is for the next fiscal year," he stated, loss of time." Ethel Gilliam, Narrows, S6 Herman Morris, Hartford. Azores, which was covered last weok decided upon. Citizens living along "but that bill was so manipulated j Young Ragland Is a son of Bob Eva May Smith, Hartford, 75 John A. Rucker, Hartford, (col.) in one hour and forty minutes or at Rldgo routo have the Uuford-PleasaMamie Williams, Centertown, 76 that it finally provided for only $4,- - Ragland, and a grand-so- n ot M..S. Leslie Shields, Cromwell. avorago spocd of 85. OS miles an 4pan so far raised only about six thousand 2. 000,000,000. Expenses next year Ragland, deceased, former county Virgil E. Stono, Hartford. hour dollars. This Is several thousand will run up to over $7,000,000,000. court clerk of Ohio county. Friends J. B.jeelty, Fordsvllle, 76 Fred A. Tanner, Hartford. Hy maintaining an nverago of 81!.-1- 4 r less than tho amount that would bo Margaret Tomerlln, Beaver Dam, Members of the Ways and Means of tho Rjigland family, and they aro Charles Wakeland, Rockport. miles an hour for tho straightaway required to secure tho road being 7S Committee say, and members of tho numerous in Hartford and the Walter A. Williams, Roslne. yun of S00 mllos to Portugal built over that routo. Committee Lillie Chlnn, Beaver Dam, 77 declare, ty, will learn with pleasure of tho tho NC-- I did almost as well In the oiaio L.me, or uouisvuie- Dona Fuqua, Hartford, 77. that according to the estimates alrea- - boy's honor. YOUNG MAN IN matter of speed as on tho short hop dy In, our appropriations next yearj Will Shields, Cromwell, 75. o. A DOUBLE TROUBLE ducah road. Is exciting much Interest from Horta to Ponta. throughout western Kentucky, and Mrs. O. N. Stowart, B. D., 77.3-1wtll amount to between ?9,000,000,-- l GIRL KNOWN HERE. NC-- 4 Since leaving Hockaway tho 000 and 510,000,000,000. Rosa Cheek, Fordsvllle, 79 That will i voting tho tho construction of this road seems Alton Paris, lm covered 3, ISO mllos in stralght- - Duford country, ahas gottenman of bad t0 ,,e moro than a Probability. The Eva Thomasson, Hartford, 77 leave a deficit of $6,000,000,000. Wednesday's Courier Journal car- into a ,.j, away flying m "A large part of tho money oh- - rled an electro of Miss Elizabeth Ho l0" Jo"erson Lottlsvlllo Automohllo Club Is interThls total of 3,150 miles has boon rmv for S'UP3ostt(1 ln tno Project, and giving It AITTOMORILE WEDDING. from the Victory loan was lis. ot Sturgls, with mention that sho , encouragement. vered In 2.C13 mlnutos in actual Rarracks, Mo., without leavo and Tho bulldlnc spent before it was received," tho won first nrlze in declamation In tho UWIHU mu lust Ul lliu liluuiu. liuiliu , Sanitarium nt Dawson Hours ifljlng time, or In forty-thre- e f ., a Stanley Gllstrap and May Miller, representative said. "At the Central Interscholastlc contest. Tho . minutes of actual ?Mvr:n niivs en nn upni in visil ins alntig3 " ddi .to tuo prouaoillty ot both of Select, were married while johlo and thlrty-thre- o beginning ot this month there was paper says: "Besides being a talent- . cousin. Clarence Hudson, near Crom- .... ..... ... ijiing. urowen up "o mo less oi ...,. hlehway. A definite location seated In an automobile, at tho north only $2,226,000,000 left. We are ed reader and musician, Miss Ellis n till VHi " "" Ull"b nuusujl ...A. this nulinl flvlni limn nf been 'au. but a Proposal entrance to tho court house, Satur-l- spending about $1,400,000,000 minn.oi for 3,160 air line mllos, out buggy driving with a girl llas , a made an enviable record in the Sturg-mont- h, favored ,3 to run from camn'dey evening. Judge Cook waving tho so In two months this sur- - is High School, where sho was a represents an avorago speed of sovon- - "' ,..,.,.,. nolnt the road hag!lliacic wand that made them one. plus , , , Kno to iiu will be gone as well." junior, having maintained a place on i"KL-u .iu uia.u- , r...,. o miles an hour for tho whole ur,s ,s '" J"" -' Mr. Fess urged that government the honor roll the entire year." cuusiruaeu irom uuis - jouu tieiK. umuciiauip aim juuBo i,n " a womatf aml Hudson is reported "eua t i III I1IV. 1.1. i llllll "' " vine, to L.oiicnueiu, inence to fans I.uook nave .oecome so aaepi ai license departments obtain the largest sums '. Miss Ellis Is a daughter of Mr. . W.iunl oriinrla nnrl nvlnfnra hnrn firn l0 1)0 a lUgltne, UUUOr a Similar tnrougn issuing anu nuptial Knot tying tnai possible from the sale of surplus war Charlie Ellis, formerly of Hartford, charge. The warrant for tho arrest 0I uol,Bn- - or "e,en" n.hVr .. .lion 7ovnr "ihn perform- Owensboro, it Is scarcely necessary for an anxious stocks and that foreign governments Fordsvllle. Whltesvllle, R',anco and regard tho record that has , ... Warfen Calhoun. . Greenville and on throuehlnalr to ston their machine for the to which this country loaned money who is now cashier of a bank at . - .. - Sturgls. OI11UIU3 OH :UIIIlli(IU Ul "13 UUUhlllCl ir ineen made uv tno inl-- 4 as romarKa- rni, i Art..irt m ti. n during the war bo compelled to pay n .t.n . cninn .0u.u,. .aS uUUUu ui wo ArtAn.An. oi.wuba iU nn.i...nt. was rlUIngwUh Paris. Tho girl " thn. route of tho Stato Lino will depend .little more practice they will proba- W. W. RROWDER WRITES on tho loans promptly. a full wh Hudson was a Miss KItchins. ln 8ome measure upon local supportably be able to unlto by wireless the Interest has OF HIS TRIP HOME roortea that after Paris had (justification of the caroful plans that. arid the ctllzens ot Horso Branch, couples sailing over the court house BREWERS GET FREE REIN nronosaU lm "P were mado by the navy more than " f, "lRosine. McHonry and Rockport will 'in an aeronlane. RV JUDGE'S ACTION County Farm Agent, McCracken, two months ago for tho flight ..,..,, tiiuit n.,.i i.i.i In 1vw oo given an opnoriuniiy 10 me up 1. a ,nn uuu mu has received a letter from Mr. W. W. ii... lilU jwitiif) 'lull Rccind Mado Hy N(M New York, May 27. Federal Rrowder, In which the latter recounts the mattor of locating tho routo along LOtAlh I ART OI- i.nm thnv lm.i driven aw.-ivKKDERAL HIGHWAY Judgo Mayer today signed three In- - somo of his experiences in an by tho NC-- 4 from Parls waa arreatod In Owensboro FrI- - the l- c- railroad through the county, The record mado Identical la form, restrain-- , mobllo trip to his new homo in Ala-ln- g Hockawny to Lisbon Is consldored ,1.... and 8eriiT Rratcher met the . ' rwl Dawson Springs, Ky., May 23. a. iisu.-ii.i- v tho United States District Mr. Browder writes: very romarKauio ror a pioneor voyago 8i,er(f ( Daviess county at tho couu- - mmiMniiiiin m"v nut,! iu wi.Miyp rrMAoiiHitci Renrcsontatlves and the countywr torney and tho acting Collector of In- I wa3 glad Dear Mr. McCracken: Hero is tho record. of this sort I ty brought tho boy hero. lino and Judges ot thirteen counties met here tornal Kevenue of tho Now York dls-'t- o Rockaway to Halifax, distance 540 Parls hnd 8i,orjft Rratcher notify tho .. hear from ycu. and very much ap- v predated your curtesy In sending mo 1'inllus: actual flvlnu time. 7 hours 47 ., t i,i nm.nv ,r iiia wimra. Tho trustees of tho various school today to locate the routo of the East trwt from Inter-beoTho Injunctions granted last weok tho nrall. I had to remain ovor homo minutes, or 467 minutes; avorago Bbou and tho reason of nIs falIuro 'divisions, with the exception ot dlvi- - and West Central highway, which Is u. .uw- - and operative throughout the country longer than I had expected, on ac- ,unnnil f.Q inllmx nn ltnnr. " wumj. sion ino. -- . win mooi mo nrsi saiur-ji- " to return to his command. day In Juno to elect teachers. Dlvl- - vine, to to prevent Government action against count of tho rains, nnd then cot -- . l,1i Halifax to Tropassoy nay, distance It was determined tnat norm oi manufacturers of beer ot 2 per stuck in tho mud when two miles slon No. 1, will meet at Barnotts 400 miles actual flying tlmo, 8 hours FIGHT WITH STRANGER. Creole; No. 3, at Dundeo; No. 4. at 'Dawson Springs, from Camp Knox to jcenti aiCOhoUc content, enjoin the, from home. A man and two negro land 59 minutes, or 539 minutes; nv- Snrnio qnnml lit 111II114 nn hour. "J " '"u o..uu... .u.. v...ub" jFedorai orncials rrom enforcing, boys took a wire and pulled me out Fego Morris Is suffering with two Kosino; jno. u, at ureon unar aim o. ,i On account of the 'Hopkins, Muhlenburg. . McLean. Dav . aaInst tho defendants or their I onerated the machine. m Tropassoy Bay to Horta, distance stab wounds In his body, and his 6, at Centortown This ., " I nu tlmo, 15 jmomory Is a bit hazy about how it possibility ot a tobacco planting sea- - less, uuio, urason. uumm mm imri. pioy03 provisions of the emergency jwas all tho trouble I had outside ot a 11,200 miles; actual flying 'limira ami IS minutes, or 918 niln- -' nil mum nlinnt. Vena moved his son occurring on that dato. division oi lirecKonnago counties, oouin oi nrohlbltlon net. as It relates to theiMincturo from a burrcv tack, which ., 2 asked for tho privilege of do- - Dawson Springs, tho routo from hero;boer iuaustry. Tho injunction, ac- - mado several holes In a tiro. !ut,os; avorago speed 78.40 mHes an jail .came about. Fego moved a to jUiig0 Mayer's order, will Wo traveled 433 miles on 18 gal- lly to Owensboro Wednesday, and'ferrlng the dato of It's meeting, If to Paducah, was left to Caldwell, hour At theso meetings craciven, L.ivini,sion, uruiuuuuii u,stanii pending judical determination Ions of gasoline, over mountalu and Horta to Ponta Dolgada, illstanco while returning In a wagon from that found desirable. among mom- - of tlle brewers' contention that beer'nmno very rough roads, or twenty- R150 miles; actual flying time, 1 hour city engaged In an altercation on the 'toachors for tho various districts will Lyon counties to sottio 0( tne strength Indicated la not In- - four tulles to tho gallon. What do 45 minutes, or 150 mlnutes;av- - road, with tho Btab wounds mention- - bo olected and contracts entered In- - solvos. and on mis pan ot inu roau toxlcatlng. o. Fego's story, as led, resulting. erago speed 85.68 miles an hour. run think ot that? neveiopeu ooiween riueiuieu uuu Would havo written jcu sooner Ponta Delgada to Lisbon, distance ported to us, si that while on tho! SEEKING TO SUNDER WEATHER AND CROPS. iyon rounties anu provenieu u ueais- o pet stralght-on- el SS '.'it e boon 300 miles; actual flying time, 9 hours way back from Owonsboro ho engagod T,u'3 T'KS THAT IIIXD nation of the routo today. Tho30 It tak'- me neatly as long r.i't Bind 44 minutes, or 584 minutes; uv- - ju ft fight with a stranger ho met on I counties aro to meet nt Paducah be- Never before in tho memory ot tho to walk over thl; ;ig (arm as It did Ferago spcod 82 14 miles an hour. tho road. Ho doos not know who tho petitions for sundering tho fore Juno 15 and settle as to which oldost Inhabitant has crop prospect In to go ovor Ohio' count , and you Three Rockaway to Lisbon distance 3,150 ' man was, or Just what tho trouble . . . ..till, in. Una nf mnfrlmnnv hnvn lipll almll linvn- thn Mlllvnv -Ohio county appeared so dlscourag !u ow that wan tvilng Aime "" ;' Mllos; actual flying tlmo, 43 hours was about, as no nau ueeu urinuing ' Tho counties north of Dawson inK at this season of tho year as It 5ts prj'itlir to mo all This plac gaud 33 minutes, or 2,613 minutes; during tho day, Tho wounds are not recently filed ln tho circuit court. Mont-r.moArthur Daniel prays tho court to do- - Springs will meet at Owensboro Juno joes now. Tho incessant rains of tho tV time. I car. r-Sufo sorlous. iaverago speed 72 miles an hour. cree his separation from Marian ,10 or 11. At that tlmo reports wlllipast month havo made farm work al- voyage mlnutos, In au Tho actually Bay to Lisbon, a MEMOR1AL SERVICE POSTPONED. 'Daniel. He alleges they wero mar- - bo submitted from all tho fiscal ni0st wholly Impossible. With tho r.i d not a hill to clliu'i. We are now i Waa from Trepassey ' rlod tn 1915, ln California, and that! courts of these counties, stating tho lend ot May less than ten per cent of rutting our oato wbcih aro dead ripe. dtotance of 2,150 miles, In throo At tho same time the corn crop Is planted, and wero Witches are rlpn and fine, and so aro Tho momorlal and decoration ser- somo tlmo last yoar Marian plnod routes selected. Rockaway Jumps. Tho flying from convention will the to Tropassoy Bay was morely prollml- - vice at Oakwood cemetery which was for tho Pacific coast atmosphoro, and 'bo Ohio river routo Wlloy, commls- - the rains to cense now little moro I. '.ckborrles, hold., Rodman with no than half a corn crop could bo trans-ocea- n flight intended to havo been held by Rough bled herself westward, Homoinber mu V my friends in aary to the main slonor of public highways of Kentuc-te- u. ot returning. ot Tobacco planting Is a little ( hlo county. just as tho rest ot tho journoy from Rlvor Lodgo No. 110 Knights Mnrv Hardin Urownlns asks to be ky. and United States representative farther advanced, but not moro than Very truly yours, Lisbon to Plymouth Is morely supplo- - Pythias nt 4 p. in. next Sutiday, Juno 1st., has been postponed until 4 p. m reloased from marital bondago with (will bo present to pass upon the pro-- J. fifteen per cent ot this crop has been W W IMOV DER. 'k'antary and not officially counted as Mary Bays Bhe and; posed routes. set. The wet weather has reduced E. Browning. -flight. Tho Sunday, Juno 3, at which tlmo the rt ot tho hlgh-t- y An arm of the East and West Mrs. Nancy Jane Royal died at her the possible yield ot tho wheat crop, JkkgwliiB for this part ot the Illglit graves ot departed Knights will bo J E. woro sealed for time and eternl-- j lm- - homo, near Deautlold, Tuesday of last In March 1918, nnd that In Juuo. way will bo extended through Crltten- - and unless weather conditions decorated and a momorlal address Program will bo publish- J. H. deserted and loft the state. No dn county. Tho fiscal courts are to ( pr0vo within tho next ton days, whon week. Sho was the widow of John I'repassoy to Lisbon, dlstanco 2,150 delivered. charge of cruel or inhuman treatment meet In ten days to designate the tho harvest will beglu, this crop will Royal, deceased, and was 75 peara actual flying time, 26 hours ed Iu next Issue. vffta; I Is alleged In her petition, and sho routes. bo almost a total loss. Wheat heads old at the time ot her death. J. C. ILER, C. C. and' 47 mlnutos, or 1,607 mlnutos; THE ROADS CAMPAIGN to-tla- I "ho trans-Atlant- ic ' . v 2. , 3-- 4. 9-- 11-1- to-da- 7-- 3-- x- 2. or 5-- 2. Heflln-Maxwe- 2. 2. nt 11-1- to-da- y 2. 3-- 4. 2. - f ed ," tv-tw- ,,, nt a'r-,ilu- U ;- J' I IKw ,,.,, ' ...,..,. .,...... ...... tllii '. !.". .,,...,.,u. - ft fl ,5,?f?t ... ll nn'who iu. i. ln,i '. " . - - auto-junctlo- "..... .v..... - ,i r. ' ..'".:..:' i", ' ...... fani-JNo- re-lt- i I h.-v- - I ... ... trans-Atlant- ic t. ry 'y-fl- ' plant-proml- so trans-Atlant- lc SUPERPOISON GAS IS DEVELOPED New Product's Output Was Ten Tons Per Day Prior To Nov. 11. al & "Washington, May 21. At the V Ax3 ti9l&irfU!I W H.U9 INI expositions, Illustrating the wartime and reconstruction activities of the Department of the Interior, now being held there Is being shown under guard ot n sample of the most tsrrlblo superpolson gas known, the dlicovory ot Prof. W. Leo Lewis, coffee. There are several placos on tho while In the employ of the Bureau of Minos at Its American University coast of California, ho says, pecularly adapted to the establishment of a laboratories. well-bre- d This gns, formerly called "Lewis whale dairy. Captain Loop's home Is In Long ite," lator known as "Methyl." the latter name meant noth Beach. Cal. He has captured many,.,.,,,,..,,. nll , ,,,.. i ing to curious persons, was being whales In tho channel between the L 8on,ntlonal attnck on tho sp,rlt of manufactured by tho War Depart-mo- mnimanii ami i auiina. i.niciy ue tlio Tinnrn front v. - i"-- " " at tho rate of ten tons a day has been going farther afield for his It Jg ntia,jtted," he says, "that game when the armistice was signed. You see, of makirV a good hoss is the trity leaves a hundred million The gas being variously described central Europeans no hope whatever in breakin'. Selectin' breedin' in ns "the climax of the country's but of ultimate repudiation and re achievements in the lethal arta" and is only oi tobacco venge. I as " the most terrible Instrument of "The German principles against is the half. Velvet. manslaughter ever conceived." The For Infants and Children which we fought aro borrowed to apdopartment Itself declares of all war En Use For Over Years ply against the Germans. It Is a gases, much moro deadly than must89 gets th' of agein' only one IS treaty of punishment In the ascend-- ! Alwavs bears ard gas, which heretofore was known a the ancy. no clock own. CI D by chomlsts as "the king of poison Signature of QlairffMZcJ&k "What wo have got Is a bastard gases," It is said that ten airplane peace army aggression to be continit takes She does job loads of "Methyl" wold have been ued over thirty years. Already, apart HOW OLD IS ANN? sufflciont to destroy all life in Uer-li- n, or two two from the indemnities and future penif such extreme measures had alties, the Germans have been punBy( Walt Maon. been necessary, and that a single people In history. So fine day's output would have been sufll-cle.If Ann looks on this planet fair, ished like no other Terms It "War Pact." as being right side up with care; if to snuff out the 1.000,000 huin wooden hogsheads "Ask Americans if they really unman lives on the island of Manhattan. die is glad there's work to do, and derstand what kind of a treaty their for two years, useful errands to pursue; and if sh This gas was not only discovered commissioners aro asked to affix Lewis, but was also developed 3lngs while plying broom, or dusting their names to. Ask Americans if by him to a point where it was ready it ii tlin slMlntr rnmn. or frvlnir nan- been none, rouna jthy realize this Is no treaty ot peace for production at the American Uni- cakes for the men. or fooling - cutted. ' the sitting hen; why, Ann's as young but a treaty of wnr, leaving millionsor versity while these laboratories were " indefinite period of erfy lass that ever owned a looking-- 1 fac,I,e still undor the control of the Bureau Nature-don- e despair, with no motive ex job. ?lass. If Ann's contented with hor dom and oi Mines, one of the organizations of cept tho single idea of revenge Put tho Department ot the ! itcrlor. When lot. and thinks her home a beauty it to Americans baldly will they be this work was first taken up by the spot; If she enjoys the humble chore parties to the continuation of the preAll kinds of bureau in behalf of the military au- md smiling looks around for more; war schemes of balance of power, packed in tobacco tins, was called ind If she hkes to talk and Joke with thorities. Prof. Lewis magnified! a hundredfold In iniquifrom his civilian duties as professor all the blithe Farm Journal folk, tho ty?" good neighbor will tell of chomistry at Northwestern Uni- vears don't do a thing to Ann she's The American who thus spoke to t'oung as when she first began! If versity, Evanston, 111., and at the reyou is the real pipe Ann detests her dally tasks, and if for your correspondent today Is one who quest of the bureau was commissionIn tho work ot the has participated tobacco." it for ed as captain in he ordnance depart- gilded ease she asks; If she's inclin-- d S rs m Vm ift Hf MnMilLB VMM to fret and whine, and shed largo American peace commission since ment and assigned to the gas welfare - Tl'li BVIV aitlti&3B as an expert, and now at hi-- , Jrops of furtive brine; if discontent service of tho Ilurcau of Mines. own requoht, Is detached and on the " Mf w llsturbs her days, and follows her w 'm Work Is Taken Oor. llome- - Unfortunately, I am not "While acting in this capacity, Cap- In all her way, she may be young in jwa' Privileged to use his name bee uie he tain Lewis discovered and developed counted years, but she's as old as 'l Vdatn's steers. The youngest, gayest'18 stin technically a government 1 this gas and eighteen days after the he tells me his Uews are I know has hair as white as drlv-l1- -. gas work of tho Bureau of Mines was shared by many of the American stall" transferred to the jurisdiction of the .n snow. The years don't make us or old, save as tho outward iat 1ar's., plant ii n i "War Dopartment an eleven-acr- e u,j . I have used my informant's words for Its manufacture was started near Igns are told; the swift years come (m IgI tllu ll0atl of thls dispatch because Cleveland, Ohio, whero the work was md then depart, but age or youth is'at she'1 HBt on the significant re- 'tlie' conducted under the strictest military n the he.trt. The Farm Journal. actloimry wave among American secrecy. This plant, whchl pas dubK- peace officials. This against "mouse-traCatarrh Cannot Be Cured the peace forms as theyfeeling Is dally bed by the workmen the stand Roll a VELVET CiEaretto With because in order to prevent the leak- - cuiihoeLOCAL APPLICATIONS, as tliejr crawlim strnnser ns Germanv's fatal reacn me seat or tlio disease. jmr7VAU&&u&nE& age of Information, it was understood KrasSBUflmcnsox by constitutional conditions, ami nour approaches. that the men who entered would nev- lluenced t only from socialists, among Ki:iH' OFF I'AUALV.sIS ot the note, and the opposition to the tho world was described by pcak- !ifoeir remedy. Hall's JPurt aKa, ?in er leave until the war was over, was clno u talicn internally Catarrh A.M) IIAItI)KNi:i) AltTBKlLS country entering the league Is grow-- 1 era y and nets thru whom tho reaction was expected, but at tho opening ot In operation within a miraculously the blood on tha mucous ourCaces of tlio lug. orld Prohibition Conference, the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was Irom solno nf lno nl031 rnnsorntlvn time, and plans were made by prescribed by ono ot tho best physicians short thinkers and publicists here In Brlt-l- n "Alteratlves which change by some called ns a preliminary to tin Con- this country for years. It la com- ihu war department to have ,000 'gress In Washington In June Kng- posed of 3omo of tho best tonics known. ' a'n thero comes a growing chorus of inexplicable manner certain morbid WOlll.D DUV t'OXtJRKSS tons of this most diabolical gas at the wiu some of the best blood I protest against the terms which are conditions of tho system aro of great Ol'K.VKD IX TOItOXTO land, France, Italy, tho United Statos, Tho perfoct combination ot i Amorican front by March 1, 1919. the lngredknts in Hall's Catarrh ITpU- - denounced as sowing the seeds of fu- - bonefit in nervous diseases, in paraCanada. Ireland, Scotland, Japan, "When the armistice came the plant Clnp Is What rrjdUwJ sm.Il WOiiuinul Toronto, May 22. Progress of the Switzerland. New Koaland, Australia results In catarrhal conditions. Send for luro Nars mote outer and ternuie lysis, arteriosclerosis, glandular tuot its production testimonial.;, free was well ahead bercles, lupus, fistulous and carious prohibition movement nud of temper- - and Denmark wore represented by than the last. bchedule, but the opportunity had not '. j. v.nu.ir.i Tno. i'rons., xoieuo, u. i.u ulcers." Dr. Mason, In U. S. DIspen- - anco legislation in various parts of delegates. ah uruseisla. Pills batcome for the use of the gas at tho Hall's rnmlly for constipation. Barbed wlro cuts, ragged wounds, satory. "Number 40 For The Blood" tle front. Thus the Germans did not first-han- d collar and harness galls heal up contains all the altornatlvos alluded, have n chance to obtain a TIIK IMKKKKIIN'Ci;. , quickly when Ilallard's Snow Lini- to In the above and Is therefore lndl-oxporlonce with this most frightful cated in paralysis, artcrio-sclcroslof all poison gases, of which It Is said Art lst- - Vou ought to see that girl's ment is applied. It Is both healing scrofula, chronic rheumatism, nodes, '. Price 23c. 50c and and antiseptic. ?J tar'VTTrrS that a fcinglo drop on the hand will fietiro In a nose. tumors, lupus and all diseases of the "AL'JZi'iSr Per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun ?BL"V6ran penetrato to the blood and soon reach Ilium.! Yon n.iL-h- t tn sen hfir fath- - ?l-"m blood. Also In constipation, hepatic ty Drug Co. Incorporated v- the hoart, when It kills tho victim ir's figure in Iiradstreet's. congestions, dyspopsla and stomach Kct Contents 15Yluitl Drachm,' a groat agony. If is declared that In Try It. Sold by Ohio Co. troubles. TAKKY. among tho 800 men at the plant there Drug Company. !:; was not one fatality, this Immunity For Infants and Cluldron. ) (From last Woewk being largely duo to tho providing "In tho olden days a gentleman fc- Tho rainy weather seems to bo omployes with gas masks, proe?:jO of all . putting every ono behind with his used to call upon a lady with much tective clothing and extromo preformality and statoly ceremony. farm work. cautions. "Well?" Jesslo Leo and Willie Boo Miss mp "Now he nioroly drlvoa up and Holbrook'spont Wednosduy, Thursday W'liuu tho baby takes too much ., A Friday in Fordsvllle, attending honks for her to come out. and food the stomach turns; the result TTrmmr.-- .l PER CENT. a :K tho Commencement exercise U Indlgostlon, sourness and vomit' AVciJcIalilirrciiaralionror. Mr. anil Mrs. Hosea Shown spent Cntio of Headache. ing. Frequently the bowels are inbimilntiiuJlhcIoodbyRuU f?c.:l By knowing the cause, a dlseaso Monday and Tuesday In Owensboro. volved and thoro Is colic, pains and tlntMhcSloiMUisar.dBo'.reUcr &.3Tim. Mrs. Felix Van Ilussyloburg Is very may ofton be avoided, This Is parMcGeo's llaby Elixir is diarrhoea. V:HM WEmSEEBBSfim 'ill. ticularly true of headache Tho a grand corrective remedy for tho Miss Edna Shown and Miss Mary most common cnuso of headaoho Is a disorders of stomach und bowol Thereby PromoilniS Ditotfai VOTT11 illalo spent Friday and Saturday In disordered stomach or constipation, babies. 11 Is pure .wholesome and ;sa. Cheerfulness anu Fordsvlllu visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. II. which may bo correctod by taking a iiPiiiiornnlum.Morphlner.oi i pleasant to take. Prlco 25c und 50c few dosos of Chamborlnin's Tablets. Wostorllold. per bottle. Sold by Ohio County tv:.'- , JUncral. Not Narcotic Mr. and Mrs. Clcoro Mullen and Try It. Many others have obtalnod m Drug Co., Incorporated. jitt'ftcidJusx'Oinnsui Vork-sho- p Strains result Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Brook wore the permanent relief by taking these ! WIIALN .MILK MAltKKT in HeartTrouble when you Kuosts of Mr. Lonnle McOarty and Tablets. They aro easy to tako and U$l s OX PACIFIC 11K.SOUT family Sunday. m mild and gentle In oft'oct. to least expect it. Sevoral from horo attended tho foot JlUailmu'ltSfi A whalo daiAngles, May 2 hint l'AI'IM BITTW.t washing at Mt. Zlon, Sunday. Loc hVISS . :ro ry on Catuliua Island, famous report Mr. Arthur Ithoads and Mr. Horaco AOAIXST I'll I li:a;i;k VS..5 Aiipfiirulltctncdyfa la the Pacific, where domesticated Fuuua loft Tuesday for Detroit, Bernas, Thursday, May 22. Tho whale would give milk fur tunning whore thoy oxpoct to work during tho Constipation and Diarrhoea. "- Now Gazette, of Zurich, a newspaper iMd other purposos, is a possibility of summer. and rcviwnm.f' e LOSSOI-3Mwith Kutentophlte learnings, charac- the nut far dUtnnt futuru, according atR"q resuttinfiiherefronvinlnraMy. to Captain John I). Loop, plonoor torlzos tho noto addressed to the WIIIIX I IK COULDN'T OCT whaler ot Southoru California, who LlQUOlt UK WANTIB) IT Swiss Govornmont by tho Peace ConTac Simile SiCnatLr,01 Xili'C luu taken up tho proposition with ference asking whether It would boj Jr., millionaire William Wrigley, Cincinnati!; May 24. "I am 54 willing und ready to enforco a more Company. .!;" years of ago aud I nover took n drink severe blockade against Germany, It ' teannlaeturer and recont purchaser TueCwwvii !?0,Cr f the Island. as "a smashing jIEWi'omn blow of whisky until West Virginia went necessary, i .. Captain Loop, who bats Hill jd many is a Tonic and Regulator against by small dry." i - MJJtiVft LSQTJVfihiuL ' gjJT T whales In his time auyu whalo milk This statemont was made to the nations" and a bitter illustration ot court by Junius W. I'uUrs, real estato President Ador's declaration that ii QxeelUnt, richer than cow's milk for the Weakened Heart Jg&jJ ami wtoh whale yields a larger quan dealer ot that state, who was indict- - j Switzerland can onter tho League ot SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS tity relatively, than tho ed for currying liquor Into dry terrl-- . Nations with a proud and eroct head." Exact Copy of Wrapper. Jeraey. I MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. THIC1NT.UHC8...N, tory. Coufldonos in the League ot Na- f W OH CITT J " HMMMMIWM.MM.im II Th. cue o' atar'e that exists. Is a "" "Whon I couldn't get It I wanted tlons, it is pointed out, Is dlmlnshed cows The cai- way of mllklug the lu Switzerland generally aa a result It," Peters said. tain, however, H now hard at work on n milking device he believes will prove practicable. In Senmmon'n Ingoon, on tho coast of Lower California, thero Is a whale dairy established by tho whales themselves. Thero are twelve cow and twelve calves there now. Captain Loop, who found tho dairy, claim It as his. Captain Loop and his companions, Cant. Jack Stevens and IJert Stevens, recently returned from a cruise off the Lower California coast during On vihlch they killed five whales. this cruise they visited the lagoon. Among the whales they killed was a cow and they tested the quantity of the milk thoroughly. They found It fully equal to ordinary milk In their AMKKIOAX KXPHKTS THINK TKUMS IIAIICII London, May 23. Six members of tho American pcaco commission have resigned ns a protost ngtilnet tho They nro not plenipopence terms tentiaries whoso signatures are to bo affiled to the treaty, but members of Mm larse staff of Amorlnnii esnerts who ,,RVe R,8lsted ln 00m,nnr the technical data required la the territorial, economic, financial and other deliberation. A Paris dispatch says the six resigning experts have Ireen requested to remain at their posts pending further consideration of their ; cases. Tho same dispatch says Dr. K. T. Williams, ltoad of the Far Eastern liii roan ot the State Department, for many years, who resigned In protect against the Shantung settlement, has left Paris for tho United State. Garvin, acknowledged as the deep- lost student of continental politics. jrf 85 FIEMDLY Horse Sense About Tobacco Good tobacco ought to be like a io nrir,,o nt all th' kick taken out but all th' sperit left in. hoss the half the secret an half the that's grown right The agein' other half makin' ( n CASTOR 30 A i v I nt right land that Nature's results tNature's right whether a watcher. years thousand. when she gets through with the Kentucky Burley that we put awav it's just right. It ain't short hurried It's Thar's a things are but your er . V.J??T jJ "Velvet Prove 1 " oftl-gl-- I't I '4rm if " i - '' r a, . p' cvrjjls: i t si-l- j ," I 1 Z s, -- ' I 79 Mothers Know That Genuine mi Casta tel nEART! ,TMAF I m - Always Bears the j imw; Signature of Af Use Mi W 1 il nrWV ltl fk fr vA For Over H?? Thirty Years WwjJtiBkW far-fame- d ,11 KENTUCKY'S RICH HERITAGE V3 ucccssful Development of a Great Nationat Industry in Kentucky A New Field of 'Opportunity People of Kentucky are lieejnnini; to rtinn .( tlic liiiifriiiiii i of nil in tlio '.m It Ims ccrtnliily hroupht Bonn Ik liii'liilnlls Investments In I.i n ii.r nature iif oil relhierlc. Aunt' ( r l.irgo nil rellnory will lie Mill t imiiK il.ilcl.v adjoining I lie Siniidnril Oil pi. nit there. It is sinl tliut Henry Ford, of Detroit, is- hugely Interested In lliN .Mr. Foul Ims always liniiovt ion. bom nicrcsli'd In clicni fuel for ears mid t in ( mis mid tin- - development of the ,iiliiic engine Ims made h tremendous dcmsiml fur fuel for motive power Tin' iid.iptntliui f tlu pis engine for no lii.inj now mid diverse purposes, the ncn-- i lime, .steamships and riiilronil train.', etc., would vein to Indicate tliut we lire entering upon h new em where oil for fuel will lie THE grout jjk demand T The Possibilities In Kentucky. The possibilities of Kentucky as nn oil producing stute luive only recently been recognized, nnd mi fur the development Ims met with pronounced Mir-vIn fnct, the prollt would seem w ' wextrnvngiint, hut It Is a inntter of roes' orcl Unit the niri'iiiliiifi of failures In tlic Kentucky oil Hclds Is comparative- ly low, mid the cost of drilling much ,. less tlniti In other fields, Fifteen yar.s ago Mr. S. ,1. Glh, n inlncnil expert with wide experience In Western Kentucky, nn associate of I fion T. C. Dtipout In Ids coul ilovolnp-- r ment, was convinced tliut u largo pool iiroportlou existed In nf oil of uiui-'iithe western part of the stnte. h. Inl Itself 118 the greatest money-makinIndustry of the age. The plans of the Equitable Oil and (las Co, are comprehensive. Apart from oil production, they propose to Install "('using llend" plants and produce enough gasoline us a to pay all operation expenses. They propose to supply natural gas to all tlii surrounding cities within n radius of seventj-llvmiles they hne nlready pipe lines to Ditmiior, I.ewMiurg nnd Knsseilvllle. For the production of oil they have twenty-liv- e approximately thousand net os of lenses nnd two drilling rigs already on the ground. Their plans also couti'iiiphite the Installation of a modern rellnery. This Is said to lie the safest and most prolUnhlo lirauch nf the oil Industry. With so many chances of prollt failure would seoiu almost Iniposslhle, The First Oil Well. The story of the (hiding of the first oil well In Kentucky Is well known and lias many versions, one version Is that a it in drilling for salt, to his great consternation, struck oil. Contrary to the advice of the oldest Inhabitants this man persisted .n drill-lu- g for salt in an unpromising spot. He swore that he would dig until he found salt or hell. One day he found his salt digglns In Humes, lie thought lie had found hell, mid raising hell not helug u popular pastime In Kentucky, he stood not upon his order of Ids loavlng, hut left at once for parts unknown. We repeat this story as an evidence of the changed attitude of the oil Industry. Today a man thinks It Is hell to strike salt. The Oil Oisnquct at Louisville. Another stgulllcaut Indication of the change in sentiment toward the oil Industry in Kentucky Is a hnmpiet that Is to he given hy the Hoard of Trade to the oil men, recognizing this Industry as one of Immense importance to the state. For the benefit of those Interested the Kqiiltnble Oil Co. have Just print-o- il a souvenir I klot, "An Interesting Story of Hidden Wealth." It contains a complete history of the discovery mid development of the Diamond Springs Field. A copy of this book, we understand, mny I'e had for the asking so long as the edition lasts. It Is full of ovoi'dliigly Interesting and valuable Information, and wilt prove u decided iiiddlllon to the library of the nmn or woman Interested In oil. g e QUESTIONS ANSWERED. The gas Arid nf Eastrrn Kentucky nnd West Virgliiln nre rapidly hemming thplcted nnd Wet Vlrglnln him Soldier May Chnng,c Henoflolnry. reicntly enacted a Inw prohibiting the Qties. On entering tlio nrmy I tnitisportatlon of natural gas out of that state. The future of the oil In- took out $10,000 government Hfo dustry Is nntl hnd the policy mnde pay-nbnnd It has established llid lo to my wife. Recently I was told that If tny vvlfo should die before I do all that I have paid in premiums will be lost. Is that true? Ans. No; you may name romeono else ns beneficiary child, parent, brother or Bister and if none Is named Insurance would ho paid to such person or persons in permitted class of bcncflclnrles ns under laws of your stato would be ontitlcd to your personal property If you should dlo without having made a will. Second nnd Third Cousins. Ques. What nro second and third DictionAns. Standard cousins? ary says: "Tlio children of brothers or sisters nro first cousins; the children of first cousins aro second cousins ,etc. A first cousin once removed Is the child of one's first cousin; a first cousin twico removed is the grandchild of one's first cousin, etc A second cousin once removed is the child of ono's second cousin, etc. A first cousin once removed is sometimes called a second cousin, a second cousin, a third cousin, and so ii W" vi "'ii i'i " III Al9ri 1 jW I I'lll'i. lU fHifi mWm I I t 'Mmw$th on." Which is Fourth Finger? Ques. Which finger of .the hand Is the fourth? Ans. Some call the little linger the fourth; others count the thumb as the first, making one next to little finger fourth. CcpTTifM . help YOU can'tevery cutting loose joy'us time you flush your f JO. Kcynoldf Tobacco Co. vi dj ij III W """n r lllll ill ji j vrMHHHlilllUtllli ''i L v;avy. i 5 i, i ii fc7ir"rtiirVmMi i &&&&m) ti nnaTh avm iiji . " win Ly f f -- 5 Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds the virst Treatment Is most important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tlio wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Horozono is tlio Ideal Antisep-- . tic nnd Healing Agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, U.00 nnd $1.G0. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in WffiMl&zQdlm A Producer of "Liquid Gold" Hid In the Woods nt Diamond Springs. Ho vvn also n inn n of vision and e saw that the near future would a diiiinnd for oil, the scope of whkii would he almost Impossible to ealiulnle. When that time arrived the oil Industry would come into Its own nnd yield handsome returns. Accordingly lie bought up i large tract of land nnd made the most careful tests nnd waited for the opportune time to din lose this KIND to the general puhhi Development Has Begun. The Equitable Oil and Gas Co. has tinw taken over all this land held In Mi eli i steem hy Mr. filsh. They think the t me has arrived for Its fullest development. The Equitable Oil and (7ns Corporation wns recently organltil at Wilmington, IVhiwiito, for the purpose of taking over and operating the Diamond Springs Oil nnd Cas Field. Its KH),oOO, mid authorized capital is the par value of Its shares $1.00 each, nnd no stock Is to he sold under par. The nuinagenient of the company Is -'- exceptionally strong, heing composed T of some of the leading ami most successful oil nnd business men of tlic stnte. Two hundred and 11 fly thousand shares of the capital stock have heen allotted for sale at the par value of $1,00 per share, the proecds of the It sale of this stock to he used for the Immediate drilling of additional oil nnd gas wells mid for such other purposes us may serve to put the company on a dividend hasls'at the earliest possllile moment. Logan County the Field. The land Is situated In l.ogan County, ami Is known as the Diamond Sprigs Field. That It Is rich In oil Is news to the general puhllc, lint for at least fifteen enrs It has heen under tlie ol'servntlon of minora) experts and goolog'sts and suhjeited to the sever-otests known to science. Deri ns of wells were drilled here ond a quarter of a million dollars was spent In experimental and development woik. Home of the oil wells drilled are reported to have gushed oil far above the derricks, nnd, after ho-lp'linpi'd for from ten to fourteen you's, these wells lire Mill produolnit iill in qu.uiilllett not believed to lw cq " d l. vvelh. half bo old In any otl r p iff nf the stKte. 'with II J; s urll Were dl of two Hll'l It 'I d.l'IV ple'lietliill feel, vvbleli lire 'i' thr. i liiilli' II I p., ,hi III! '. e v.. '.hues of Kit H ' In''. i;!on nf be--c toil r, Miih.m 'i" I'.'i'.'iis eontln-I.!i.ait iv mud u in i ills-clos..( .?.-s' TIIK OTHi:U FKIil.OW. (Anonymous.) By M. b Chtinilcy. Here Is a toast I want to drink to a fellow I'll never kno- wTo the fellow who's golnj; to take my place when It's time for ine to go. I've wondered what kind of a chap he'll he, and 1'vo wished 1 could tako his hand, Just to whisper, "I wish you well, old man," In a way that he'd under- stand. I'd llko to give him the cheering word that I've longed at times to hoar; I'd like to glvo him the warm hand clasp, when never a friend seems near. I've learned my knowledge by sheer hard work, and I wish I could pass It on, To the fellow who'll conic to tako my place, some, day when I am gone Will ho seo nil tho sad mistakes I've mado and note, all the battles lost? Will ho over guess of tho tears they caused or the heartaches which they cost? Will lie gazo through tho failures and fruitless toll to tho underlying plan, And catch a glimpse of the real intent nnd the heart of tho vanquished man? I daro to hopo ho will pauso some day ns ho tolls, us I have, wrought, And gain some strength for his weary task from tho battles which I huvo fought. lint I've only tho task itself to leavo with tho cares for him to faco, And novcr a cheering word may speak to tho fellow who'll tako my place. Then hero's to your health old chap; I drink us ii groom to his an unfinished task for you, Clod knows how 1'vo trlod. I've dreamed my dreams ns all man do, but nevor a one caiuo tnie Aud my prayer today is that nil the dreams may Lie rallied by yon. Aud we'll meet some dn An the great unknown out lb tho rAftlm at anaoe; I take your Yi i i; know my eUp and gis i your 4lrtl f0.-TbeAll war failure will be In the light of the new found dawn So I'm drinking, your health old ch.ip who'll tako my phje vhn I'm I louvo bride; but itd i ' ' Li K , fi I. in't, ' i"l - E. I I " V en I, I.,' .... ,,.' " ll.l " i iurin Hi iva" ! ! 'i. , .I. priu- llu - i. Illlll Uf n( rt t .ie-- p 'i , il mr, in. id ,u.i lis v .w n ii lib mi O td. uii.icii nl tt piiortune ilcselopiiioiu had oli and rutfo tui had h.-.'- id au'"., prlus S The Pr.ce of Oil. UigllfiSt Is now ,' .it il In the, history of tin MtfllKtry. eotjo. . - . 1 Sympathetic Inks. Ques. Please tell me how to make Ink that will remain invisible until because has the quality. the pnper on which it is written is exposed to heat or Ight. Ans. CharQuick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down acters written with weak solution of bite your tongue or parch your throat. that P. A. drcf nitrate of copper remain Invisible un And, will! For, our exclusive patented process they conic til paper Is heated when tongue I cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails out In red color. Writing in Ink consisting of slightly alcoholic solu Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with tion of bromide of copper cannot be sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. seen until paper is heated" gently. It disappears when paper cools. Plain N. C. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salelnttinn liilnn mnv nlsn tin lisprl. Char acters, it is said, do not show up until moderately hot smoothing iron is ap- ,iut sulphur added in process of vul he will have your namo put on free back our ships. Their return must plied to paper when they appear in canization. Tar is later distilled off list. You can subscribe for record be one of the conditions of pence." brown color. "Write with solution of at reduced pressure. m Mass is then if you wish. Address Superintendone part nitrate of silver in 1000 tirred and washed with hot wator ent of Documents, Government Print- AIMS AT GKOUNIUIOC parts distilled water if you wish KILLS HIS lUlOTIIEK ing Office, Washington, D. C. Price characters to remain Invisible until Is $1.50 per month or $8 per year "Czecbo-Slovak- " Defined. paper is exposed to light. Lancaster, Ky., Ma. .0. In tr.o Ques. What does the term for long session. gdioinleg county of Jessamiae, 'Czecho-Slovak- " mean; also "Czech"? George Owens, 21, was shot and in Soldier's Life Insurance. For n Sprained Ankle. Ans. "Czech" is the Slav name Ques. A soldier who had taken for people of Slav race living in BoAs soon as possible after tho Injury stantly killed by his brother, Samuel acgovernment life insurout $10,000 The Is received get a bottle of Chamber- Owens. Tho two youn? mcu, hemia, Silesia and Moravia. ance hut named no beneficiary died Slovaks are also a Slav people, living lain's Liniment and follow the plain companied by, Morris Motoly, tieir In this case, I under- mostly in Slovakia, or what was printed directions which accompany 1 irther-in-laand Opa. Blackmail, in France. stand .the insurance will go to his northwestern part of Hungary. These tho bottle. " m a neighbor, wore hunting (,. mother. Will the payments of In- areas, according to peace plan, are ntic, seeing one of the a.il u:i!s Vi a e ci'fi, Samuel, who was jei.ni Lis surance ceaso at her death provided Incluuded in new Czecho-Slova- k AT IiAST. nabrother, attempted to shoo', tho ball that all havo not been made at that tion, which has been recognized by that time? Ans. War risk insur- allies. Slovakia should not be conWashington, May It was learned si'.'king his b;other in iln head. "If no benefi- fused with Slavonia; Slavonla is also here ance act' provides: e James that ciary within the permitted class Inhabited largely by people of WHISKY TO HE SOLD Hamilton Lewis, Illinois, Democratic parent, (spouse, child, grandchild, Congress, who but this area is farther whip in the Sixty-fift-h brother or sister) bo designated by scuth, below Danube and Darve riv- has been making a tour of the West Lxclngton, Ky., May 2,2. Fifteen the insured, either In his lifetime or ers. as representative of tho Administra- hundred quarts of whisky seized hero by his last will and testament, or if tion to sound out sentiment of the by Federal Agent Linzey O. Thomptho designated beneficiary does not to United (ovcriiincnt Purchases of Liberty people on the League of Nations, has son were shipped survive tho insured, tho insurance notified Democratic National Com- States Marshal Henry M. Cox at CovItoniN. shall bo payable to such person or be sold at pubQues. I havo read of tho govern- mitteemen and officials horo in Wash- ington, whero it will persons within tho permitted class ington that ono prevailing sentiment lic auction. many Liberty ofv beneficiaries as would under the ment hvaing bought e . To whom shall 1 address in- Is for ousting Postmaster General laws of the state of tho residence bonds. KILL THE CUKS. Burleson. quiry concerning such sales? Ans. of the insured bo entitled to his perBecause Lewis has learned first buy bonds from sonal property In case of intestacy. Government doesn't The new dog law Is a godd ono. only on hand of this feeling; becnuso he has Individuals. It buys them If no such person survive tho insurwould enbeen persona grata with tho White Its strict enforcement nt times when prices drop ed, then thero shall bo paid to the tho market to stabilize House, and because ho was selected courage many farmers to keep a few This is done estate of the insured an amount equal too low. discourage any tendency to as tho Administration agent to cir- sheep. The Springfield Sun of Apr., and to tho reservo valuo, if any, of the prices culate through tho West, members of 10th, published tho following account them much below par. insurance at tho time of his death, forco the Democratic National Committee of damage by dogs. calculated on tho basis of the Amer"A 500 loss in ono night means feel that he is an ideal man to adWorld's Highest Mountains. ican experience table of mortality vise tho President upou his return nights of unrest but this Is tho exQues. Please name tho highest per centum and threo and one-ha- lf that party interests, as well as effi- perience of Mr. T. J. Wheatley, who full of all obligations un- mountains in tho world. Ans. Mt. ciency of Government service, de- lives below town on tho Bardstown interest in Everett, in Asia, 29,002 feet; Mt. mand official decaplation of Mr. pike. Last woek a number of fox der the contract of insurance." Aconcagua, in South America, 23,080 hounds ran wild on his farm, passBurleson. a, Horsehairs Don't llecomo Snakes. feet; Mt. McKinley, in North Amor-icm ing through his sheep pasture whero 20,300 feet Mt. Kilimanjaro or (HtKKDV LANDLOKDS Ques. Is it true that tho hair ho had a very flno buch of young from a horse's tail will turn Into a Klbo ,in Africa, 19,080 feet; Mt. lambo at side, MAY LOSE CAPITAL ewes, many with snako if kept immersed in wator? Blanc in Europe, 15,782 feet; Mt. which wero killed outright In tho Ans. No. It is popularly suppos- Kosciusko, in Australia, 7,328 feet. May 24. Washington Senator flight of tho mother owes. Since tho horse-ha- ir snakes ed that Sherman, of Illinois, belloves that scare a number of owes have given Tho Word "Dirigible. are produced In this manner hut they war profiteering has mado Washing- birth to lambs, but only ono or two Ques. What is the pronunciation ton a placo unfit to bo tho capital of havo lived. Asldo from the heavy nro really hairworms which aro parasitic In the bodies of grasshoppers and meaning of tho word "dirigible" tho nation. Ho wants to move it loss in tho death of tho lambs, tho and other Insects when young but as applied to a balloon? Ans. Pro- west, posslblo to St. Louis, nearer frightened owes will do absolutely no l, accent on first syl- the center of tho nation's lifo and in- good during the remainder of tho seawhich inhabit running water in adult nounced stage. Fact that they resemble horse lable. Means stcerablo, that is, cap- dustry. son. Mr. Wheatloy placos his loss at hair and aro found in water natur-nll- y able of being steered. A resolution to movo tho capital $500, which is not too high. This leads to supposition thnt they will bo Introduced by tho senator, ho may furnish food for thought to tho Washington, I. 0. aro metamorphosed horse hairs. announced today, if tho landlords in bheep raisers throughout tho counQues. Please glvo tho population, this city attempt to carry out thoir ty." area nnd location of the city of Wash- announced plan of boosting the ronts m Punishment of Deserter. estimatCEXSOUED. What will hecomo of a ington. Ans. Population Quos. when tho Saulsbury act ceases to bo man who was drafted Into tho army ed betweon 350,000 and 400,000. Ter- offectivo, "Do you believe In rolncarnation?" 4-- 4 and deserted? Ans. If caught he ritory now belonging to city comprisHIbrovv, of tho follow with will bo trlod and punished, severity es about 70 squaro miles. Located the tin dinner pall. of penalty depending on circum- in Dlatrict of Columbia, on onst bauk FOR FLETCHER'S "Woll, air, they beon keopln' tint of Potomac river, about 100 miles stances of caso. entrance into pi'aee league stuff so darn saorot ti from thnt river's OB' bay. fellow don't get a chance to form an lleclmiiiitlon of Ktibbcr. GIVE HACK Ol'K SHIPS opinion " to molt Que. Please tall mo how -- C up IS PUUXT OF HAMHL'HO PoivshliiK's Politic. old rubber at home so that it ean He Could you not learn to lovo Quea. ;nr rubber ball. What ia Gen. Pemhlng'a he run into molda Hamburg. May 21, "Give ua back me? He la au anuy wan, Ana. Rubber when onee vul- - pulltisa? Am. etc She I don't know. What is your 'caulaed can't be "melted". It can nut a politician. Ia aaiil to be a Ite- - 'our abipa! A'o didn't kuow you were 'ulna- to keen them. That 'a the wall particular ayatem of instruction?- ' be reclaimed and worked over but nubllcBrt, lot tbe MaBiburger Naehrlchtou. "The Doaton Transcript. this Is dlOlettlt proceaa, requiring la pun I., KnclWh got tuoee akin at oura by a Thu GwijwMMioMal lleeord. juioat laataacea elaborate, expensive ' "I BHupoee jL-u- eon broke hlms.lr Quoe la Hm Congressional Rec- meau devlwi.' It aaye. "We thought apparatus. Follflwliig U one method and down at college football." given for rendering tJiUt material ord for distribution to tife public they were only to be Interned,' Eng-lU- h "No; the doctor said what gtv plastic: Pulverlaa rubbar aipl mix and if SO how can I irt it? Ana, Yen. that lu a neutral port. But the claim that we have surrender- him nervous pro.tratlon wu.i kiytutf to your senator or rcunaaanta-ti.- e sulphide Wrii'i of oalejum a Ith solution runt) flu In congress. If any re4r4a al ed them for good. Let every honest to zet his lemons between the and tar. Hont nU.turu from 24 to 0i Boiton TranscrJpL to dissolve totted to him are not :ubariba for Guaji Join u 'a tho cr' "Give us 'hour lit closod digester smokespot with Prince Albert it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy ''llll'r pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fou- r It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastu- re to give you more For, P. A. is trigger-read- y tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecarcer. lll 1 That's it it never not your m, to-d- to-d- Children Cry ikd Che-apea- CASTO RIA - I p- -t The Hertford publican ! n 'I before tho great war began, and were they not treated as scraps of paper? A league of Nations to ho effective must be founded upon force, nnd the possibility of tho members of tho lcaguo dividing on tho employment of forco would plant the seeds of nnother world war on even n larger scale than the ono Just closed. Tho Hustler frankly There is no curenll for tho evils of Entered nccordlng to Jaw nt tho admits Mndisonville many things bad war, ns there is none for any of thc there are Ky., ns mail Pontofllce, Hartford, nbout tho present state administra- other evils that nfflict mankind. matter of the second class. . m U tion, but says it all comes nbout be. cause the Democrnts made mistakes NOTICE TO FAltMEItS. to Address nil communications In electing unfit men four years ngo, Republican. Tho Hartford nnd that It will do better this time. Just received n third car of F. A. liHuummuuiouei. ocn.u cgau.ue. AMES BUGGIES Havo plenty of NOTICE TO SUllSCmnEnS. four years ago admit that ninny sisal binder twine at 22' cents per Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old thl"Bs wore bad and promise to cor- pound. A few McCormlck Hinders !roct them? It Is nppnrcnt that the nt reduced price?. Conic to tee mo mddress In making tho request. Dusiness Locals nnd Notices 10c Democratic party cannot be depended at Beaver Dam. lor line, ana t.c per uno ior uauiuon-;o- n t0 do thc houge cicaning at Franlt- - 4912 LUTHER CH1NN. Obltuarles. nesolutlons and Cards ort- - Let a new oroom sweP ll HOILKO DOWN. of Thanks. Be Dor line, money in nd- - clean vance. 'A crucial hour has arrived. A Church Notices for services free, A boom has been started for Atbut other advertisements, 5c per line. spirit is abroad in thc Inud, the spirit Anonymous communications will of anarchy, of law violation and law torney General Palmer, for the Demorocelve no attention. repeal. National prohibition is be cratic nomination for President. ing threatened. Ministers and conTELEPHONES. Tho aeroplane that dropped avia gregations of 200,000 churches nre 123 Cumberland CO called upon to help hold thc line and tor, Harry Hawker in the sea, has Formers Mutu:d hold it fast until National Prohibi been discovered, still afloat. tion goes Into effect July 1, 1919." MAY 30 FRIDAY Jake Greenberg nnd his associates. Such is the clarion call coming to us from the National Prohibition Com who have Just sold thc Gait House mittee, with request to publish. It to the Belknap Hnrdwaro Company, ANNOUNCEMENTS is the prohibitionists' answer to the will build a modern GOO room hotel Wo are authorized to announce I. President's message to congress to at Chestnut and Fourth or at Fourth S. Mason a candidate for Itepresenta- - remove the ban on the manufacture and Broadway, Louisville. live of Ohio county, subject to the (of wines and beers. Fortunately for On account of the high cost of la action of tho Republican party at our prohibition friends a Republican tho primary election August 2, 1919. congress stands as a wall 'of brass bor nnd material, building operations against tho President's motion for a have not kept pace with tho increase We nre authorized to announce backward step in moral legislation of population in recent years, and a George Baker, of Muhlenburg county for the country. shortage of residence property is rea candidate for the nomination for ported in most of the large cities of Visiting Oakwood cemetery, Sun- the country. State Senator in the 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of day afternoon, the unmarked grave of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub-Jo- Prof. Wayland Alexander, was point The Allies will submit their peace to the action of the Republican ed out to us. It was a melancholly terms to Austria today. The terms this place, from Friday until party at the primary election, August reflection that the most earnest, most have not yet been made public. industrious and most successful edu- t. 1919. Mrs. Rosa Chinn, of this place, cator who ever gave his labors toward As long as history is read Albert visited her parents, Mrs. Sam Taylor, to announce educating the young men and women We are authorized C. Reed will be known as the first of near Buford, from Sunday until Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg of Ohio county should Ho here man to cross the Atlantic ocean in nn Fridny. Wo and forgotten. have as a candidate for the noml-ilecte- d Rev. Chapman filled his regular aeroplane. nati.m tor State Senator in the 7th . heard many of his pupils extol his appointment at Shinkle Chapel, Sunhis enthusiasm district, composed of merit, compliment Senatorial King Albert, of Belgium, is ex- day. Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- and give him credit for all the success s pended to visit Washington in Octothey had made in life, and to these ties, subject to the action of the ber. NOTICE TO MY Party at the primary elec- we appeal that it is not yet too late for them to show their gratitude to, tion to be held August 2nd., 191 J CUSTOMERS ! Hancock county will begin at once and respect for, the great educator the construction of a loose leaf tobac Beginning June 1st I will adopt a Major Denhnrdt denies the report by raising from contributions from co warehouse. fellow pupils of their old pre their strictly cash basis in tho conduct of e- that he Is to retire from the race for ceptor, a fund to erect a marker at my business and will nlio discontinue tho Democratic nomination for govAN EVENING WEDDING. By eliminating bad ac- delivery. ernor. The Major's denial is a work his grave. If the matter may inter- LUUIIIS UUU CUM Ul UlllH'It 1 CUH glTC of supererogation, he was never in the est them we sha11 be Sla(1 t0 act as a J. E. Morris, of Beaver Dam, and you better prices on your purchases. medium of exchange for them. Annie Render, of Morgantown, (col- Call and see what we can save Again It is Decoration Day, a day ored) were married by Judge Cook you In prices after these changes The city council should establish at S o'clock Saturday evening. J. E. are made. Now located at the old municipal goatery. A bunch of many years ago set apart for the pur- Is 23 a and Annie 21, but each has a A. D. White pose of honoring the heroic dead who stand. goats would be of incalculable valformer matrimonial experience, and M. T. LIKENS. ue in cleaning the weeds from the followed the flag when the number has been divorced. streets. Too, they would make pre- of its stars was the price of blood and me Mrs. E. W. Cooper, of Nashville, sentable the college campus. By all sacrifice. Again a patriotic public BOOST. Tenn., underwent a successful operawill meet to lay, with loving hands, means let us havo the goats. flowers upon the graves of the sol- tion for appendicitis, Wednesday afRemember that the Devil lived in ternoon, and was doing splendidly ueau. mil to mis solemn exer- .imlro r.Pnr.r w .lniiv nf boro, has filed petition to have hLsjc,se but fow of tho thinning ranks of Heaven until he began knocking his when last heard from. name placed on the ballot to be voted a "nee mighty army will come, and own town. Mr. W. H. Coombs, who was formfor, for the Republican nomination jtheso w,u come wlth feebl and un" CASH BASIS PRICKS. erly editor of the Herald here, but for Attorney General, at tho Anenst liable step. Time's lengthening arm more recently employed on the May-fiel- d primary. Looks like the Judge was has plucked them one by one, until I will give you a few prices under a scanty remnant of a once vast conMessenger, has gone to Paducah, buying a ticket after the show was course now remains to honor those my cash basis and no delivery plan, to whore he has accepted the position of who marched and fell. A newer and show you that I will save you money. foreman on the 4S pounds be3t flour $3.10. Homer Cummings, chairman of tho vaster army has Just returned from a 24 pounds best flour, $1.55. Mr. Wade Baize left Wednesday Democratic committee, foreign conflict, but no event can dim national 1 bushel meal, $2.30. for Winchester, Ky., where he goes in threatens a Republican senate that tho martial glory of the heroes of our 10 pounds best sugar, $1.10. the Interest of a project of oil devel unless it ratifies tho League of Na- Civil war. Again grateful country5 cans best corn, $1.00. opment, near Baizetown. He will tions covenant Wilson will run for a men will gather at the marked tombs C cans good corn, $1.00. meet some parties at Winchester third term. Cummings evidently to do them honor, and 'tis well. No. 1 galvanized tub, 95c. whom ho expects to interest in his does not know how glad the ReNo. 2 galvanized tub, $1.30. Not the League of Nations but the leases in this county. publicans would be to see Wilson No. 3 galvanized tub, $1.50. lioad the Democratic ticket in 1920 awakened dignity of the Individual Best five tie broom, SOc. man will prevent future wars, declarCommonwealths Attorney C. E. Hooking back on the terrific wreck, ed an Intelligent soldier Just returnGood four tie broom, 50c. Smith will go to Hawesvillo Monday, wrought by the hurricane of Hate, ed from France. He says his acRolled oats, 13c. where he will be engaged In circuit 1 gallon White Syrup, 90c. that has Just swept the world we are quaintance with the temper of solcourt. Tho docket for this term of 1 gallon Red Syrup, 85c. moved to tho reflection that Chris- diers of the different countries inthe Hancock court is larger than usutianity needs a new dedication of its spires his belief that it will be im Matches, C cents. al, and will perhaps consume the enhigh ideal of peaco on earth and good possible during the life of this gener E. Z. flow Salt, package. 5c. tire week. Good three ply Jtoofing, $3.00 will to men. It was not the pagan, ation, to again assemble the great Best Collar Pads, C5c. but the christian nations, that Indulg- armies that are now disbanding for The county board of education has All other goods at similar low arranged to furnish each ed tho bloodiest butchery In all the tho pursuits of peace. He says that of the annals of time. ignorance and fear, which have hith- prices. teachers of tho rural schools two first M. T. LIKENS. erto mado possiblo groat armies for class school Journals, with a view to In a speech in M'Cauley's theater, 'aggressive wars, will now bo no long-I- n increasing tho efficiency of tho Louisville, Tuesday night, William lor an aghet for tIl0 war ioril8. Edu. HANG ON. ' schools. Tho Journals are the propJennings Bryan said a Republican ctt,jon Remember that all power comes erty of tho county, and in tho event cuitur0i rather than would not carry out presi-- .' ternatIonal agreements will, accord-de- from will. It is tho spirit of tho bull of a change of toachers during tho Wilson's recommendation to lift Illg t0 tnU observer, mako future dog that dovolopes hie jaws. school torm the Journals would go to tho ban on wine and beer. The 0 a lni.ge SO(Uo inipoMij,ie, Uy the succeeding tenchor. brasklan said the HepubllcanB would (demanding of diplomats a peaceful HKFLI.V. not follow Wilson when he moved settlement of international differ- We have received a number of comforward, and would be much less in onces. We aro vonturlng no opinion; Mrs Ester Russell and Mrs. Silas plaints recently from our subscriber clinod to follow him in a buckwurd we nro only recording that of an in- Shaver visited Mr. Seth Riley, noar that thoy are not receiving tholr Removement. publican regularly. telligent observer, who saw oighteon Huford, Thursday. We do not know Miss IStlilo Illeheraon, of Buford, how to account for such failures, as months of the hell of war. Hreckenrldfie county voted the 20 U vidltlng her slater, Mrs. Fannlo we mail out nur complete list every cent road tax, Saturday, The majoriTho League of Nation seems to be Thomasson, of this place. Thursday night, i However, when ty tor the tax was above twelve hnu- - following the course of the free tsll Mr. John Itiggs. of this place, is such miscarriages occur we shall apdred. One by one our neighboring !ver issue in 1896. Early in that visiting his unole, Mr. Hlpsley Rlggs. preciate n report of the fsot and will counties are taking this step of pro-- J campaign it looked like the country of Centertown. try to locate the cause of the Hrees. Friend of good roads in this 'was going to adopt it by an over- The supper given by the W. O. W county should keep their courage up. whelming majority. The idea of of Heflin, was largely attended. ') people are waking up. They having more money waa leduetlre. Little Clarence Uarnard Itos, of ItltWAltl) FOR 1.0BT GRIP. naad Just a little time to yawn and But the Issue could not stand a cam Smallhotu, is visiting relatives, la stretch their limbs. They will be paign of education, and waa repu tbta vicinity. I lost a hand g.lp on or about ready, willing and anxious to vote tho dialed by a tremenditfue majority. Mr. Albert Rlggs and wife, of May 7th, betwooi Morgantown and tax it the Fiscal court will submit it The theory of- a Leifguo of Nations visited his mother, M. jjary Beaver Dam, containing clothes of ut the August primary. , sounded good. Nobody wants anoth- - Rlggs. ol this place, Saturday ami my little girl, Gladys Huut. S years . I'TM'. . er war, and an agreement by the na- Sunday. old. Anyone finding same please reOaring and courage, when Indulg- tions to keep the poace waa looked &lr. Andy Kowaa, of Meda, visited turn to me at Morgantawn or Com ed for a laudable purpose, command upon with favor. But It will not lila sister. Mrs. Uaaie Pattou, of thia merclal Hotel at Beaver Dau, Ky. th admiration of mankind, and the atsad tho light of logic. 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Freezers. n trip to Oklahoma, whero they were "Mat Cohen, candidate for the guests of Mr. Barnard's brothers, Democratic nomination for Secretary Charles, at Tulsa, and Elmer, near of State, was In Hartford yesterday. Kow. Rov. nnd Mrs. A. D. Litchfield yesterday for Henderson. return tomorrow. (01 W JFJ it. W r1 " rw v HW v 5 of ' S B ES-- Sim-mon- 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 i'v , .Q , E. P. BARNES & BRO. 0v-ensbo- Yl (The Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford Republican MAY 30 Miss Lou Goodman and Mrs. EdProf. Claude Shults, who has been with the American army In France, ward Deun and children, Elizabeth returned to his home, at Narrows, and James Allen, visited their father, Mr. J. I. Goodman, at tho ComSaturday. mercial Hotel, from Saturday until The Ohio county Teachers' Insti- Monday. tute will be held July Prof R. Mr. Leroy Condor, died at his M. Shipp, of Tennessee, will bo the home, at Narrows, May 15. Mr. Instructor. Condor was a veteran of the Civil Louis Bozarth, who has been with War, and for several years had been tho American army in France, has blind. He was drawing a pension of been relieved from service, and reach- $100 a month. ed home, Tuesday. We have decided to make a Furniture room up over our store and we Mr. Charlie Howard, who is with Bond Bros., Tie Company, at Decatur, have a room 22 feet by 100 feet so Ala., was with his family here from we have the room and if we can buy the Furniture on credit we will have Friday until Monday. , anything you want in the Furniture Mr. B. N. Gordon, of Madlsonvllle, line, so come around and it won't candidate for the Democratic nomina- cost you anything to look. ILERS GROCERY. tion for Railroad Commissioner for this district, was here, Saturday. for We still are headquarters Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Wall PaLiver-mor- e, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindley, per In this vicinity. We buy In and Mrs. Belle Tower Alford, large quantities, get special prices of Anderson, Indiana, visited Mr. and and give the purchaser the benefit. Mrs. Sam Barnett the first of tho Our House Pplnts range from $1.90 week. , per gallon up. 1. from 85c to $2.00 Blacks are always staple, and run in prices from 25c to $2.00 the pair. Our prices are right, and our qualities unexcelled. See us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Jk$z&3 6b. We Have The International, Combination Disk and Shovel Well-Trie- d Mr. Rowan Holbrook was in Wednesday. Esqulro Leslie Comb3 was In ensboro, Wednesday. Kill DAY Ow- - x Personal News Mr. and Mrs. John Phipps were in Owenshoro .Wednesday. Get your Whippoor-wil- and SoGial Euents. Peas from l W. E. ELLIS & BRO. , Dr. E. T. IloBors, Forilsville, RIt? was colors. Yes we have Just received all ILER'S GROCERY. rL V Mr. James L. Haley, Ltvermore, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. Pierce, of Horse Branch, Mr. John frv called on us Monday. Rev. Virgil Elgin, Adairville, is visiting his son, Mr. Virgil Elgin, Screen doors and windows? Yes here. ILER'S GI10. wo havo them. Just arrived a shipment of Loose Miss Leono Wlmsatt, of Dundee, Cakes, so good. vlHlted her sister, Mrs. Eck Rial, last ILER'S GROCERY. weelr. Mrs. B. B. Collins returned Monday Will sell any one a block, 3 00 .lbs., from a visit with relatives In Coloof lco for fl.OO. rado. ELLIS ICE CO. 45U Central Mattyo Tichenor, Miss S. I). Taylor and Ernest Taylor, of Grove, is tho guest of her slstor, Mrs. Bcavor Dam, will build residences John Bell. this spring. Mrs. M. L. Iloavrin returned SatMowing urday from a visit with relatives in Docring and McCormiok Louisville. Machine repairs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 44tl Wo handlo the Monarch Range yoa wo havo soma Stove and tho Simmons too. Dishes nnd Ulnesea, ILER'S GROCERY. Just received two big shipments. ILER'S GROCER Mr. Royco Iglehoart loft Wednesget your Refrlg-orator- day for Durant, Oklahoma, whore he Tho best place to Ice Boxes and Croam Freoz-or- s will locate. ACTOfl BROS. is at lire. A. W. Mills Is visiting har county oourt olerk will lmve daughter, Mrt. Timer Woaterfield, or The de- tho lloda community. tho rViiti'M tax Uoolu randy-fo18. livery 1 June Binder Twine of the heat quality who has been with at urieea that are right. Rpy Bemiett, BRO. W. H. BLLIS tin Ai 'lean forcv, In Germany, reSaturday. turn vi home Mra. Brt Fulliereou, of Mateaaaa, Bchleniroer and ihlMron lias "returned home nftr a visit with Mr Will Owen Hu'itur. rcMii i l Monday from u vMt with her brother, Mr. , Tail fit;-- Indian. reUl at Mr. I. S. Maaou. candidate for the Durrouih's Add Republican nomination for Represel'Oll SAIT uif 'o:idltion. ntative, was In town Tuesday. Ike N ing Maihl-i"- . i w .having easy sailing for tho nominaE L RIRKHEAD, Ky. tion, having so far no opposition. Ilimertl, s, r i in town Wednesday. Yes, we have ndded a large line Incorporated. , 40t2 of furniture to our stock of Grocories & Hardware, s oho sure to get our Furnish your house, or fill in your prices for we will save you some nice needs, nt ACTON BROS., furniture money. ILER'S GRO. department. Wo have everything you need from a Bread Spoon to a Jesse Kissinger, of Cromwell, was Duofold. Beds, Springs, Cots, Kitchen fined $5.00 and the cost, in Judge Cabinets, Rocking Chairs, Tables and Cook's court, Wednesday for over in fact everything that enters Into the looking the duty of procuring a dog complement of an elegantly furnishtag. ed house. Remember the completeness of our line. Tho Wheeler boys, Alfred, Vernon ACTON BROS. and John, havo arrived from France. Alfred and Vernon are at homo, and Wo will rocelve this week another John is in tho Baso Hospital, at Camp largo shipment of Lawn Mowers, Taylor. Dazey Churns, Refrigerators, Chairs Iron Beds, Springs, Tables and In fact For big type, registered, PO- so many things that we have decided LAND CHINA and DUROC-JERSEyou had better come In and see for hogs for breeding purposes write or yourself. We havo tho price and JOHN W. PIERCE, call that is what sells tho goods. Paint, Horso Branch, Ky. we have more paint than Carter has You will need to cultivate your crops in a hurry oats and tho price sure does sell tho Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphreo ILER'S GROCERY. paint. this season, due to so much rain. So be prepared by camo up from Owensboro, Saturday, securing one of these time-savin- g farm implements. for a frief visit with Mrs. Murphree's FOR SALE. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan HolGood mule, 1C hands high, about We also carry a complete line of agricultural implebrook. 12 years old. Will weigh about ments and machniery at prices that are right. pounds. If you aro In need of an oil stove, 45t4 ELLIS ICE CO. a buscult browner, one that will please you In every way, get the Now a NOTICE. none better from Protection Wo now havo sufficient suppyl of ACTON BROS. Ice on hands to furnish farmer clubs. Will nmlco special prices for tho sea Hugh Stevens, son of Mr. Tom Ste- son whore clubs tako out at ono time vens, clerk at vtho Commercial Hotel, 1000 lbs., or more. Will make conarrived at his homo In Hcndorson, tracts with clubs any tlmo during EffiSHS Saturday, after seeing servlco with May. ELLIS ICE CO. tho army In Franco. 45tl irennrerjTTry.TrannTgranr 1 OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Cultivators Y 1,-2- 00 I W.E. Ellis &Bro HARTFORD, KY. Mr. Marvin Black, who was In tho revenue sorvlco In Owonsboro, for a nuinbor of yoors, has gone t Lee county, whoro ho is omployod as Superintendent for an oil development company. Mr. Vernon Llson, with the Valu- A FEW OF ILER'S PAINT PRICES FOR SATURDAY ONLY WE STAND BEHIND EVERY OF PAINT GALLON WK SELL. 1 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-- "t B1 gallon White Palot. $2.10. gallon ouUIdo Floor Paint, $3.05. 1 jtsllon Iuaide l'loor Palm $3.15. ation Department of the Illinois Cen1 gallon LInaeed Oil. $1.95. tral Railroad Company,. and located 1 gallon Turpentine, $1.05. at Chicago, arrived here Sunday for a 1 gallon Floor Varnleh, the beet. nu vlatt witn ma wuea parents. Mrs. J. R. Pirtle. Mr. LIon ha ,$3.15. 1 gallon Beat O Lack, $2.15. beau here tor aometluie. 1 lUut White Enamel, G5c. 1 quart Screen Paiut, 70e. aewapaper man aaya it pays The 100 pouude Dutch Boy Whit Lend, to adverttaa. ao we have decided to lot yon Luow that w am gol&K to $11.00. W htudle a complete Hue of paint handle moat overythlNg you want. come in and call for what you bruahw from" 50c to $2.5Q. Just If you want one of the boat paints want. Should we ho out of It, we will wado, gat our prices qu RUB WOT It In the next time you oa.ll. have 10SIE PAINT. ILER'S GROqBRY. 1 ' KENTUCKY CREAMERIES L. T. RILEY, Manager arrvvm'WDKMMwmiwirvrrn HARTFORD, KY. I tk- vJ&a) .'? ' V . A ,jh This is the package ' with the moisture-proo- f jacket iiicSoW4? ill that keeps Chesterfield's original flavor and freshness intact Your Chesterfields become either soggy or dry. They always reach you in prime shape for smoking. never And, Chesterfields do something for your smoke-hungthat you've always wished a they "touch the smoke-spo- t" cigarette would do they let you know you're smoking they satisfy right down to the ground ! er If s the blend that does it, and the blend v5 can't be copied. ?xttMCLeJVUc&aA . . 7) UoJ (V ' " tfi of Turkish, $ and Domestic tobaccos blended JOARETT-- house and never return. tho balance of the proceeds, If any. "When I asserted the home was among the widow and children of tho will offer for mine, he Informed mo he had record- said J. C. Lunsford, I to sale at public outcry the highest Vife 82 Sues "Hiilibj" 70 Gae Af-- ! ed tho deed in his name. and best bidder at the Court House fcctioiis To Wronj; Party. "Then he confessed another woman door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 2, 1919, (It being regular counhad supplanted me in his affections meaning his mother. That being so, ty court day) at ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve "Wenatchee, Wash., May. 7. No only divorce was left for me. months, the following described propwire can ever be sure she has sever"I bellove no wlfo ever entirely erty, t: ed her husband from his mother's A tract or parcel of land lying and weans her husband away from his apron strings. being in Ohio County, Kentucky, on mother." The mother-in-lathe waters of Caney Creek, and problem as old Ninety-fou- r as Eve's disapproval of Cain's wild the love of 70!and 82 competing for bounded as follows: Beginning at a stono In the North bride may bob up for the matron of boundary line of J. T. Ford's land: The law and the mother-in-law- ! 80 as well as for tho wife of 20. It'a a weighty decision to put up thence running N. GG E. 51 'i poles The case of Mrs. Ellen S. Cooley E. 60 to any Judge, especially a mere in- to a stono; thence N.S.4272 E. poles to a stone: thenco 51 proves it a case perhaps secretly of say 40 or 50 years. poles to a stone; thence N. 31 poles consoling to mothers, but certainly fant to a sassafras and dogwood; thence eo' disquieting to wives. N. 67 W. 38 poles to two red oaks Mrs. Cooley, 82, is suing her husand chestnut on a branch; thenco up said branch 9G poles to a hickory at FOR FLETCHER'S band, Ferdinand Cooley, 70 for diof another tho Junction branch; vorce on tho ground that his mother, thonco up tho lefthand branch S. 27 94, has alienated his affections. W. .'iS poles to a Mone on said branch For tho better part of 15 years tho lllnks Say, old man, do you know thenco with said branch S. 4 E. 42 poles to the beginning, containing 44 aggrieved wife says, she and Cooley of any cure tor Insomnia? wero as happy as honoymooners a Jinks Counting ono thousand is acres, more or less. bo required to Tho purchaser will third of thoir ago. Sho was a weal- said to bo a remedy. execute bonds immediately after hale thy spiiihtor of G7 when ho, a boau of Uinks Confound it, that's what to be approved by the commissioner 55, courted and won her in Muske-Ijo- overybody tells me, but tho baby's payaljlo In two equal installments, bearing Interest at G per cent, to havo Michigan. Porsuudlng hor to( to young to count. s. tho forco and effect of a Judgment, come to Washington, Cooley invobted and a lien will bo retained as addiADMINISTRATORS1 NOTICE. bonie of his wlfo's monoy in an applo tional security on tho land heroin Anyone having claims agalnbt tho sold. orchard, bho suys. Glvon under my hand Then mother-in-laarrived at tho ostato of R. H. Taylor, doceased, will sioner aforosaid, this the as commis 9th day of Jiomo and tho chestnut stage jolco please presont same, proporly proven, May, 1919. hoHBii to dovelop real burrs for the'10 '"e "nilorslgnod administrators, OTTO C. MARTIN, for sottlemout, not later than June 4 G t : CommlBiiloner. wife. Weddlnfe nnd Gleun, Attya. Cooley, she nays, was the dutiful 1st, 1919. rir U W. M. IIROWN, son rather than the devoted husband. H. TAYLOR, MASTHH COMMISSIONER'S SALK. J lu bouKbt a roadster Adraiufytriitont. '.There wee mom for (utly one of the Ohio Circuit Court. HoehMter, Ky. women. He cooks his mother, tsklttg C. W. Taylor, Quardlan, Plaintltt. & 'i daily to town nnd to church on her Vs; Notice of Sale. Kundas. while Mrs. Cooley walked or MASTKR CO.MMltfSIONKU'S SAIdC Una J. Taylor, et al., Defendants. ', By vlrture of a Judgment ami order atayud at home. T J of the Ohio Circuit Court enured at The venerable mother was given' g. L. t. Clair. 2 i.. mXE?."'' . its May term, 1919, in tho ubore . . .. ' room in ine nouse, tne wire Yb: styled action directing me to -- n the Notice of 8a le. mi uei Barbara Lunsford. t al., DefaudattU. witnfu described pioperty fur the n liiBg rulegated to tb garret. of dividing the proceeds among 'He even nuld the family cow to r lly virtu ra of a Judgment ami order the parties entitled thereto and pay-lo- g donrlr. -- of Blk rmrth. IU May" tarXTsi the costs of this aetion and cost In 2E a coanpiainu. above tyld action, directing m to of this sale, I will offer tor sale at hi uuoior. r "A4 km riMatdly told mo ko waa aoll tba hereinafter deeflrlhed nronar- imlillo outcry to the highest and boat r. tor tue MHrpoae ot iMyiui: the In- bidder at the Court House door in tue eeUte of J. Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday. llnully uotitsrlug me l lomvo toe of and dividing June 2nd., 1913" at about the hour of THAT MOTHER-IN-LA- W to-wi- W. R. Jonci. Clerk OUn Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kerslngcr. 1st Monday In March IS days Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In Mny 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. 1st Monday In July 12 days County Itontd of ('duration. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Hownrd, S. S. O. C. 3d Monday In September 12 dnys Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Civil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Com'th.. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Nnrrown. OTTO C. MAIITI.V, COUNTY COUItT. 4Ct.l Ky. Mnster Commissioner. Meets Drat Monday In each month. H. P. Taylor, Attorney. Dlv. No 4 Robort Goff, Roslno, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. MASTElt COMMISSIONKU'S SALK Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, DenvClerk W. C Blnnkcnship. er Dam, Ky. Sbcriir S. A. Urntcher. Ohio Circuit Court. Dlv. No. G Nat Llndley, Center-towPeoples' Savings Uank ot nl, Plaintiffs Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Vs; Notice. .Taller Worth Tlchenor. L. T Wright, ot nl., Defendants. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In Tux Coiiinil.ssloiicr D. E. Ward. By iJrturc of n Judgment nnd order February; 1st Monday In April; 1st Surveyor C. S. Moxley. of ale of the Ohio Circuit court en Monday in June; 1st Monday in Autered ut its Mny term, 191:1, lit 'ho Coroner E. P. Itodgors. gust; 1st Mondny in October; 1st above styled action, directing me to Fell the herein described property Monday in December. riSCAIi COUIIT. for the purpose of paying the JudgCounty Board of Examiners 1919 t Meets first Tuesday in April and ment of the Peoples' Snvings E. S. Hownrd S. S. O. C, Ellis San r, L. T. Wright and October. Albert W. S. Hill. vtrignt, in tne following described imt District fm Shown, Hartford, sums; fiuv.uu wun interest irom Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. September 1st. 1911; $400.00, with' Hartford. interest from June 5, 1910; $100.00 2nd District Sam L. Stevens. Beav diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. with interest from June f, 1910;' er Dam. $100.00 with Interest from June 5. 3rd District Q. B. Drown, Slmmoni. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school 11910; $150.00 with Interest from June 5, 1910; $300.00 with Interest 4tli District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. from June 5, 1910, credited by tho May 16 and 17 County teachers following sums: $19.S4 paid March 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.Daize-tow- n. examination. (White) Hartford. '4, 1914; $50.00 April 19, 1914; May, 23 and 2 I County teachers' paid August $1G.50, 31, 1914. flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. $100.00, October 15, 1914, $79.S0, examination (colored) Hartford. B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. paid Nov. 17, 1914, $71.66 paid De- 7th District June, 20 and 21 County and State cember S, 1914; $46.60 pnid Janu- 8th District B. C. Rhoadee. Hartteachers' examination (white) Fordsary 25, 1915; $247.50 paid March 5, ford, Route 5. vllle. '1914 and $25.00 November 11, 1916. together with nil tho costs of tho June, 27 nnd 2S County nnd HARTFORD. above styled action in the Ohio Cirstnto teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. cuit court and the Court of Appeals Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. of Kentucky nnd the cost of this sale, July, I will offer for sale at public outcry Ohio County Inbtltuto. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. to the highest and best bidder, at the Hnrtford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Court House door In Hartford, Ky., Sept., 19 nnd 20 County nnd on Monday, June 2, 1919, (it being ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) regular county court day) at about Ch'm'n. Bonrd James Wilson. the hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a Hartford. credit of G and 12 month the follow- Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept 2G nnd 27 County and Stnto Ing described renl estate lying and Police Judge John T. Jackson. eachers' examination (colored) Hnrtbeing in Ohio county, Ky.. and bound- ford. 'ed and described ns follows: Two' Marshal Will Langford. tracts of land, viz: First Tract On the waters of Elm Lick Creek, beginning at a black oak on the side of the Hartford & Leltch- m Get the GnuinoJ5?HIfV4 field road, Clark's corner; thence and Avoid with said road S. 75 E. 34 poles. S 62 E. IS poles, S. GO E. 22 poles. S 53 R. 15 poles to a whlto oak in Sam Cox's line; thenco with his line W 40 poles to a white oak Cox's corner; thenco another of his lines W. Ever-Coke Succeed when cverytliuig else f.iJlj. :'.2 26 poles to a white o:ik, dog- In nervous prostraiiorA nnd female wood and dead red oak. Clark's cor.vcalcnesse they ate the nier of Cox's line; thenco with Cox's temedy, ot thousands have testified. line N. 40 W. 60 polos to a white oak .Clark's corner; thence with another I FOR KIDNEY.L.VERAND of Clark's lines. S. 59 W. 24 poles STOMACH TROUBLE to a red oak, Clark's corner: thence ls'" It is the best medicine ever told with another of Clark's lines S. 1G W. over n drucgls-'- o counter. 50 poles to the beginning, containing 36 acres, more or lesst s rfi Second tract On tho waters of Elm Lick Creek, owned by Albert Wright, beginning at a gum on the Y south sldo of tho Hartford and v jLeitchfield road; thence enst with said road to a stono about 10 feet from J. D. Clark's orchard fence: thenco about North to a stone In tho third hollow from the Hartford nnd Lcltchfleld road; thence about about W. to a stone in L. T. Wright's line; FOR PERSONA? livrMrMc thenco S. to tho beginning, containing Diitolved (n wotcr for douchei itopr 25 acres, moro or less. Deed of re-- 1 pelvic catnrrh, ulceration end inflamcord In deed book 39, page 475, Ohio I . n , JL.fi mation Recommended by Lydia E. County Clerk's office. Finlcham Med. Co. for i.n l A date, UKMashioned ll' if ... Tho purchaser will be required to A healing wonder for natnl cutnrrh, execute his bonds immediately after, Kemedy lor Worms ore throat nnd loro Economical. sale with security to bo approved by jI ... ..innuuiu. wanna,tiyea rnr.cxUI ard PfTnitr-arjrtn' rontlno. i7 5anjIo 50o. all dninniK. tho Commissioner, payable In equal l on ix Ii Ui r.ri:i traUmomal FliEVS VKhMU'L'dh cull utttt UJ. Invasion TtJrtOroMDT.no.tnn. installments of G and 12 months, ) you. 5D bearing interest at the rate of G per. Kcp bottlf alwtjT nn hand. It will trip kwp (lie Ultle ui.ti cent, said bonds having the forco and liralltir. bl pj iDdbotlle at jour dmr effect of a Judgment. A lien will bej c. a ono o'clock P. M., (it being regular county court day) upon n credit of six nnd twclvo montliH tho following described real cstnto, Rituntcil In Ohio county, Ky., nnd bounded nnd ns follows: IleglnnlnK at a point In Levi Tay lor's lino II 3 '4 poles to a stnko In said Lovl Taylor's North East cornorj thenco west 112 'i poles to a stake In Mid Levi Taylor's line; thonco North 283 poles to a stnko In John llrown's line; thence East 112 V poles to a V. Leach's North West ; stake at Goo. corner; thenco South 2S3 poles to the beginning, containing 200 ncres, more or less. Tho purchasor will be required to execute bonds Immediately after salo In equal Installments duo in sis and tvelvo months, bearing G per cent Interest, said bonds to havo the forco nnd offect of n Judgment, nnd to be .approved by the Commissioner, nnd n Hon will bo retained ns nddltlnnnl se curity on tho land herein sold. Ulvon under my hand this tho 9th day of May, 1019. DIRECTORY cmcuiT Judge ford. Clerk A. COUHT. IlICAVKIt It. W. Slack, Owonsboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney C. Tortcr, Hartford. Otto C. Mar- Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshnl R. V. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board DAM. W. T. McKcnney. t MnMcr Coniml.-sloiii-T tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cnl P. Koown, Ch'm'n. Bonrd 20. n, Hnnk-agains- do-fu- i n. 7-- , , ' ,Cs3ErAill Waste02T4!i$K trPfrrt" , liter eerie Ifc use v Vernfiftr4 FortheChildreirL. jEvery Woman Wants M IptJ rr. M.y w lnnd herein sold. Given under my hand this the 911- day of May, 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN. 46t3 Master Commissioner. Heavrin & Kirk, Glenn & Simmer-- 1 man, Attorneys. jour clralrr can't lupplj jou wud iil iiamr and 21c. lu tUmit and we'll Mod u promptly. jcu or icrnrnil tture i or II USE LI V-VE- R-L AX tutUa E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO For Lazy Liver Constipation. ao'd ' the Troubles of Peel rlptht nil tho time. Don't lay o9 from work for days by taking calomd wncn piensant 1.10- - ver-La- x keeps yet on your feet, while relieving your trou,b Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Doni take anything else. You can't afford iu ciumnuica eleansca n its cltect and certain won't be long before Children Cry CASTORIA Tit-Hit- CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BE ! n, t Six Year, Ago, Thinking She Mi8hi Die, Says Tons laJy, But How She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. Royie City, Ter. Mrs. Mary un- tho better. That waB bIx yearn acf man, of this place, says; "After tho and I am still here and am n well, birth of my Httlo girl... my eido com- strong woman, and I owo my Hfo to Cardui. I had only taken half tho menced to hurt mo. I had to bo lack bottle whin I bogsn to feol batter. to bed. Wo called the doctor. Ho Tho mlsory in my side .got last... I treated me. ..but I got no bettor. I continued right on taking tho Cards! got worso nud worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles and I was unbearable... I was In bed for did uot need any more for I was well three months and suffered bucIi agony awl never felt better In my life... j lure never had any trouble from thut that I wag Just drawn up in a knot. .. day to this." I told my husband if he would cat Do you suffer from headache, back-achmo a bottlo of Cardui I would try It. . . paina iu sides, or oUter discomI commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feol evening I called my family about weak, uervoua and faggod-outIf co, me... for I knew I could not last Blvo Cardui, tho woman's tonic, a many days unless I bad a change for trlal- J, .1 ? I ISofeiSS I guar-nntec- w in results. It Uv-V- c Lax win cuinpicieiy oispiaco calomel in overt home.. Children can take it freely anil with perfect safety. Every bottlo 50c nnd $1 in bottlc3. Non genuino without tho likeness nnd Blirn turo of L. K. Grlgsby, For Bale by r ' i vVJtjbiAMH. Hartford U I- -. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY I jii. -( pun-pott- mmammms&-- ' ?for Lunuo ' .w. WEAK or . if ur M r't irTru'! run dowa cough., pal,.. n cheat, nl.hl hemor ihaeei, weak lunw or con.uwptlon. " ,0,, aol help you it coda you nolMs,, OHIO MEDICAL 00, Lock box eio VULUMUUB O FOR OSE MONTH A quick relief for thil llrcd. JaaaK CONSUMPTION f ,. tho stick, holding tho can under the In tho ineantlmo so any stray worms will fall Into tho can. Submerge tho nest and worms rolled up t VIWW ducts means Increased prfolts If thoy on tho stick In tho oil, which kills tho jWhwi tho farmers of Modlnon aro properly marketed d Givenfowls them at onco. Then take tho oiled of sweot same care and food, puro-brcnost and swab tho tree or limbs whore Coutoi Fin , sold a carload will miiko a bottor profit than mon tho nest was, which will kill any and by so poUteB grols. worms that may havo oicaped. til.! 50 they began to U. K. MOUUISON. benefit of selling their pro- -' Hot Spring, Ark. dujtjin till wiy The county agent fiitrden (trows Topi and Not Hoots From North Carollna:"Vhy will them how to got lM55fcen Keep dirt out of milk. Strain 'for a number of other cars of ray garden fall to make underground iPl8tt)os and tho cooperative plan l crop? Thing that grow abovo the through cotton or filter cloth. Uso county. surface nro alright." only cloan, storllc strainor cloths. 'grWIng In every part of tho ... . I .T . t t l.ia.fA Llko many others, yon have boon rm,lB;eiU nopei iieinre wiik i" orgiiniziuiuii using only stable mnnuro, I suppose. OXIiV rHII.Ii TONIC THAT HVKS r&wgood cooperative A COMPI.KTH CCIti: FOU A iw5n'ft tho farmers for buying and OIvo tho garden a heavy application of acid phosphate, and noto tho reticnnksski: mvi:u jiruuuvu uuu jffreimig ail inrm .it FARM DEPARTMENT. nest -- no &; Mi ?,; MraTFT .v $ Spi nT 1 t i I IT; Bft fy Infl jjJU'l n- n i J 'f L '"irnnfF JJI-p - M ! I r w sult. chill m Big Holding- Menu. ,JjJwhen the United States Department of Agriculture, through tho of Market, reports that tho 4 ciiKstor.ige holdings of nil kinds of a?!1 and meat products. Including liird: nmuunt to hundreds of millions bfTEounds. perhaps conslderaby over atwllltm pounds, tho opinion Is there Is much hoarding. Stock lnicold storage was large at tho tlmo o'fltho report for January 1, 1910. amT; their total was 1,290,000,000 pounds of moat and meat products. AtSthe average rate of consumption for! the United States In 1018 this quantity of moat food, enormous tliqugh It may scorn, was after nil sufuclent to last tho United States for nly 23 days, If no other meats were .eaten. form-edfthat .tflHutuil Du-'r5- ?u "After a crop of crimson clovor lias been turned under for corn, what fertilizer should I uso on tho corn? I want to sow crimson clovor again In the corn. Will Umo or slag help In getting a bettor stand of clover? Ans. "Whero plenty of acid phosphate has been used In the growing of the small grain crop wo would not here uso an thing for corn but the plover unless we applied Umo boforo planting tho corn If the soil has not had plenty of phosphoric acid It would nimwer all purposes to apply 100 pounds an ncro of basic slag on account of the llmo with It, but It would be still better to lime tho land well by harrowing In a ton of ground llme-ston1'rogresslvo Farmer. o. IVrtlllcr Kor Corn. I'lMiires For IMk Aaln. Kollou- LWunl ('iinsiimiitloii Incroii-- e Pig Club Agent, W. C. Parsons, of 4nF Ins Decline Since Fall. Suoth Carolina, makes the following VijS Wool consumption, which declined specific suggestions on pastures for sharnly since Noombor, took a Jump pigs as a sequel to his recent letter . ln March over tho figures for Fcbru-.Har- y of Instruction to club members on During March manufacturers this subject. Ho suggests that whore ) M Used about 34,000,000 pounds of wool there aro no lots under fence, some 'grease equivalent, tin Increaso of C,- - of those crops cm bo planted In open w.iV im, .tob iGOO.OOO pounds compared to Febru Held, cultivated, nnd cut as green ary of this year, but less than half of feed for pigs. ' H i 1 .iSP tho wool used during March, 191S. KiiM: Annual crop for winter In March. 1919. manufacturers nnd spring grazing; plant In lato sum" used 21.170.riSI pounds of grease mer or early spring, drill or broadwool, and 1.C33.722 pounds of pulled cast. wool, according to thq Hureau of Cowpcus: Annual crop for early Markets, Department of Agriculture. fall pasturo; plant April to July, drill ?5p Leading states, in tho order of their or broadcast. wcro: Massachusetts, consumption Annual crop for early Soy Ileiins: 1rntitiilvnnln. Till find Isl.llld. ftCW fall pasturo; plant May to July, drill. ' a Vnrfc Now Jorsov. Connecticut. Now winter Oats mill l!jo: Annual ' Hampshire, Ohio and Maine crops for pasture; plant Septenlber A new feature of tho monthly con- jto November, broadcast. sumption reports Issued by tho DuVetch: Annual crop for winter re .m of Markets Is the Inclusion of and early spring grazing; plant Sep fgurcs on imports furnished by tho tember to Novomber, broadcast with 1 ureuu of Foreign nnd Domestic oats or rye. Imports during March, Annual crop for lato Commerce 1919, In pounds were: Class I summer pasture; plant May to July, 13.S25.0SG; Class II wash- drill or broadcast. Annual crop for late ed and unwashed 363,519; Class III IVaimts: w.i hod and unwashed 5.75S.713, fall pasturo; plant May to July, drill Annual Corn ninl Volwt" Ileiins: f ourcd 114.700. Di tailed monthly roports on wool crops for fall and winter pasturo; from tho plant May to Juno, drill. cor umptlon cr.n be s Bureau of Markets. Uultod States De-Uur ami Crimson Clocr: Annual Agrlcutturo, Washlng-t- v winter crops for pasturo; plant Seprtment of DC tember to November, broadcast. Remember that vetch and tho clovers should bo inoculated. To KIrIiI t'litumlKT Beetle How Protect tho young plants In small gardens with cloth coverings. Mako Ditrojlns Tent Caterpillar1. pests aro very them tight enough to keep out tho Tho above-name- d beetles numerous in our orchards this spring, riant an excess of seed to scatter and In working to rid the peach ortho attack chard of them, wo have found a methriant beans, gourds, early or lato od which wo think is more otfectlvo varieties of squash and pumpkin with and loss dangerous than tho torch. the (numbers for trap plants. In burning out tho nests wo have Practice cloan cultivation. P 3? found unless ono holds tho torch in Spray with an arsenical, alone or i contact so long that tho bark and 4$ M' combination with Bordeaux mlxtuv young fruit aro liable to serious dam-ag- o Cover 'very part of tho plant witt. tho nest ij not ontlroly destroyed, and thero will ho enough live worms kino Miray Keep tho colony. nk. sects andtho plants free from other In- -. left to from cNuase. Wo take an open can, half full of ,, J,tl..ulate the growth of plants by kerosene, and a short stick, splinterWimii-Loi other fertilizers. ed on tho end, wind up tho nest on T V.'aier tho plains in drought and in hot .veather. mjfc ( oerato with neighboring grow ors of cucumbers. t T. O. Ulood, Ky., May 15, 1918. J. Mendenhall Mcdlclno Co., Brans-vlllInd. Gontlemen: We carry In stock at all times your two different labels of chill tonic nnd we wish to say that wo are having big sales on McntlcnhaH's Chill and Fever Tonic. Tho only chill tonic that gives a complete euro for a Tennessee River chill. Yours truly. Dr. J. C. Hcnsleo & Son. This means Mendenhall's Chill Tonic Regular containing no arsenic nnd Mendenhall's Chill Tonlo 20 minims Ited Label Containing Fowler's Solution of arsenic to each fluid ounce. To break up any case of chills. Intermittent or malarial or as a- goneral tonic tako one bottle chill tonic regular then follow with a bottle of chill tonic with arsenic nnd you will bo surprised at tho Prico CO cents. Sold by results. Ohio County Drug Co. C. fo-v- or - o, ij i; i! i; pi Ml m Why It Makes Friends of Owners Last month an. Overland Model 90 stock car in Oklahoma, broke all previous records in a most extraordinary non-sto- p high gear test. Let us show you an exact duplicate of this car."1 It will meet your ideals of motor car appearance a3 well as your ideals of efficient and dependable service. It couples luxurious riding comfort with power and reliability on steep hills and rough roads. 1 Do You Knjoy Life? A man In good physical condition Is almost certain to enjoy life, while the bilious nnd dyspeptic aro de ij spondent, do not enjoy their meals and feel miserable a good share of tho tlmo. This ill feeiriig is nearly always unnecessary. A few doses of a. m 1 tho stomach, Improve tho digestion and regulate tho bowels is all that is m needed. Try It. Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up i! ii ii MOTOR HARTFORD Kentucky CO. Hartford, . Overling Mold Ninety Five Pmengtr Touring Cv, ?985 f.o.b. Toledo Come to our store Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R iA FOR - v I COUXTV KXAMLVATION. . (White) 1. "alcoholless" bar will be run Is: "Married men to their homes and families on time bachelors welcome to stick Indefinitely." Commander Booth in an interview said: 3 Soi-gliii- cd 2. 3. 4. V 5. C. "The saloon, as It exists today, Is Agriculture. not wholly bad. I say this deliber Name three sources of plant ately, although I believe strong drink foods. What foods do tho plants isji mocker, and that the excessive secure from each source? use of alcohol destroys both body and What part of the soils In Ken- soul. Probably half tho men who go tucky are low In phosphorus? to saloons aro led by a craving for In nitrogen? companionship. How doos farming tend to make "The Salvation Army has, within land poorer? What is meant by Inoculating logumes? Descrlbo very brleflj how, you would proceed to Inoculate for alfalfa. What aro sour soils? Namo a simple test to toll whether or not a soli Is sour. What Is a complete fertilizer? Why should tho farmers not use tho last few weeks, demonstrated the psychology of the brass rail. There Is something about the shining bar which brings all men to a common footing. The easy and relaxed attitude of those who lean against the mahogany or cherry suggests comfort. Because wine and beer are to go, shall not a nmn take his ease in his own Inn? the new era glows with good choor There are many bartenders of genial personality and good character who could just as well remain behind tho soft drink bar as not." About Rheumatism. Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any ohter disease, for tho reason that It is the most common of all ills, and it 1 certainly gratifying to sufferers to know that there Is a remedy that will afford relief, and make rest and sleep1 possible. It is called Chamberlain's m Liniment. "Therefore, at our newly opened hotel in West Forty-sevent- h street wo have kept the bar and brass rail and the bartender back of them. Although soft drlnnks are served instead of hard ones, this barroom of 7. Tell them? what you can of the value 1 t -i THAT CHANGE IN Pnnimnrco hns served to dlstrlbuto Itho tobacco beetle widely, and It pro- ''bably now occurs In all countries liav-fln- g "rthi a tomperato, subtropical, or cll- ' wntn f inato. JflVLff"' WOMAN'S LIF Mrs. Godden Tells How It May be Passed in Safety and Comfort. How much of of farm manure. Its value Is In tho liquid excreHow much In tho solid ments? excroments? S. Name four reasons why farmers should rptate crops. 9. Namo tho tobacco districts of Kentucky and tell how tho tobacco is cured and what it 13 used for chiefly 10. When should wheat bo sown In Kentucky? How much seed should be used to the aero? How should wheat be sown? 11. What kind of soils aro best for Why should lime not potatoes? Descrlbo be used for potatoes? tho fertilization of potato land. 12. Describe tho glue method of inoculation for soy beans. (Answer any ten.) (Grade 10 por cent each question ) SEE US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we m Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) are flatulenco sallow complexion, symptoms of a torpid liver. No one rrl.w1i l.ullfi Villus. ' Do not overlook tho fnct that tho can feel well while tho llvor is Inac-tlvHorbino is a powerful liver fyilcks must have shndo. If thero Is Fremont, O. "I was passing through stimulant. A dose or two will cause iu oiuj uu-no niturai snauo lor iin-iiluung tho healed part of tho day tho critical period of life, being forty- - all bilious symptoms to disappear tiJHJ six years oi age onu Try it. Price COc. Sold by Ohio vm he suro and provldo sufllclent for had nil the symp- County Drug Co., Incorporated. " m rw Wthclr needs. toms incident to that . chungo heat HashfW Ono of tho most Important factors es, nervousness, and SALVATION AH.MV 'jln keoplng young chicks growing Is was in a general run TO USi: SALOONS .'good, clean, fresh water In vessels, down condition, so i A3 mo UUJB BUI. n k O..U..... me it was hard for II' AH New York, May 24. Tho ancient, to do my work. taken to chango tho water as often Lydia E. Pinkham'a if not honorablo, institution tho cor reuulred to keep It clean and fresh. Vegetable Com- ner saloon, with Its muhogany bar and ' Provldo a box partly filled with pound was recomid dust or wood ashes so as to glvo mended to me as tho brass rail will not bo relagated to T best remedy for my desuotudo on July 1, but will be tak opportunity to tako a hons un troubles, which it en over by the Salvation Army nnd t bath. It keeps them free from surely proved to be. I feel better and run as'an Inocuous club for bachelors. stronger in every way since taking it, This announcement is made by nnd Urown- - nnd the annoying symptoms have disapritfirkfit whlto-shollo- d Commander Evangeline Booth. The .' iSiUeil eggs in separate packages. peared. "Mrs. M. GoDDEN, 925 movement to bring as many of tho St, Fremont, Ohio. UHlform products command tlio best Such annoying symptons as heat Novor market small or dirty flashes, nervousnsss, backache, head- barrooms as possible under the flag prlees. Army, it is announcescaW. ache, irritability and "the blues," may of tho Salvation not forgot to look ovor tho be speedily overcome and the system ed, will extend from ocoan to ocean .Do by this ,yoang chicks from tlmo to time for restored to normal conditions Lydia E. and from Canada to Mexico. and herb remedy There will bo a white-JacketlieVfand mites. Hat woathor Is tho famous rootVegetable Compound. Pinkham'a as now, and tho counter across So bo j'nwlso for llco and mites. If any complications present themoafeful. bo suro, don't o sorry. Look selves write the Pinkham Medicine Co., from tho mahogany will become a Only soft Lynn, Mass., for suggestions how to "free lunch" counter. oUt"'for llco result of poultry means unlfornu- - overcome them. isThe your servicefort i' drinks will bo dispensed. .Pure-bre- d yearn experience tu at The official motto under which tho tfLk producta. Uniformity of pro- - your letter held in strict confidence. f M o. or BLANH DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c, XXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You M JTC lllll HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ma Na-pole- Hartford Printing Company INCOllPOllATKD ed bar-kee- p, HARTFORD, t KENTUCKY '.- -k ' - "JW" "'"'-'.'- -' '' f r.fj. 7 WW, HrTT "v'y "V "7""w3 - ' J"irPr','TT r "T TDf " .. pparvrxsn rrii w li.i ivinn'imr- i a iXI.wkkmw. mil fMmwMiiai nt WPWfWV HW1J""r- " "- -- "" i 1 they In Franco, woro to bo Included In tho army of STRAY STREAKS Occupation. On November 13, we started for tho Rhine, hiking some (Dy Fluko McFluko.) thing like 225 miles and crossing tho 'lthlno on December 14. Wo took It's u rather strange coincidence posesslon of Fort Bhronbreltsteln one that Hon Taylor loft town, presuma- of the Qermnnt strongest torts. The bly to visit his homo folks, Just as Stars and Stripes aro flying over It thoy woro staging that sale of 4,000 now. quarts of contraband boozo In Louls- Now that tho war Is over wo nre Trlllc. waiting patlontly for our relief to come so we can go to the U. S. A. once If thoro'a any gardening done at j more, and let us hopo forovor. our plnco tho wife will have to do It, Your friend, 'cause when It does atop raining. If It HAItNKY IIAUGH, A. K. F. ever doos, I'm going to do my ding-bustbest to catch up with my fishing novcr was so far behind bofore. AIMIIXISTUATOIl'S NOTIC13. during their tlmo BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By. I. D. Claire.) I Tins is always lookln' ahead romarkod to him yesterday that thoro had been mighty llttlo sunshine ln May and ho mumblod back, "Yes, ind there'll be mighty llttlo "moonshine" In July." Government control has proved n failure so far. Look what It has done for the railroads and tho liquor business. With all his faults, and goodness Knows he's got 'em nil, I liko him. I'm spoaklng about TInsley, and I Itato to, nee tills wet weather glttln' iilm so fur behind with his flshln'. j I ed f Ozna Shults, the postmaster, makes All persons having claims against the girls down nt the P. O. do Just the estate of D. F. Fonnnn, deceased, Tho war has ruined tho Industry about all of tho writing there 'cause will present same to me, properly of American millionaire heiresses he says ho Is not nblo to get hold of proven, on or beforo July 1, 1919 or dealln' in foreign titles. pen staffs and can't they will bo forovor barred. any left-hand- write n lick from tho off side. "Wc if u ,t 'l I A J old Now York National Guard. Al- - ,ner- Mr- aml Mrs- - Ja",os Stewart erc though we were not a division wo j l" Owonsboro Friday, have been the backbone of some of Ml- - u- - J- was tho guest of the best known divisions, such as tho (relatives at Beaver Dam. Monday. Rainbow, 2S, 2G, 27 and 42. Our regiment was mado up in tho SALE. States by men from all different States. There aro something liko 1,- One large, chestnut, sorrel mare, 500 Kentucky boys in it. Our regi 7 years old, 16 hands high, excellent ment was first intended for non-co'BS' and senile for liatant unit, but after witnessing the sterling qualities of tho officers and chlltlrel1 to urivo- - Will work any men the Commanding officer asked if whcre and ls a Bood brood ,naro- - ,n coudm"-troops,- . wo could not be mado combatant tne bost of E" Ul MAS0N request was granted.) and his 4Ct Buford, Ky. We left the states July 9, 1918. for i c France, and arrived at Brest, on the 18th of July. 1918. When we land- - FASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ed we suro met with an awful bight, as Brest at that time was a city of KlorencoJU Stovons. et al., Plalnalffs. mud. After hiking a few miles to a RessIoMortoVet al., Defendants, place to camp we pitched pup tents Pursuant to a Judgment and order in the midst of a sea of mud. We f sale ontered in the abovo styled May t0.rm' ,1,9i9' ,of sa,rt ktayed there about a week and It rain- - acti"n at tn Ing r ,,rt direct me to tho herein-e- d every day. a attor uescrlued property, for the pur-vocramped manner. Wo arrlml In 110so of dividing the proceeds among a town called LaFertes. We had our -- o paities entitled thereto and costs of there and then started for "ent ut the bale, I of this action and will offer for sale this tho front. Already the roar from coals at ,)ublc outcry t0 tll(, higllest ., the guns could bo heard and the re- i8t bidder ut the Court House dojr flections from tho firo seen. Wo in Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., on i made 11 miles that night, finally ar- - cSunday.p- Juno 2nd . 1919. ac "'oek - M(,l court riMnj, ut n town tailed baccy, iho (lay) (m a credlt bolnS regular twelvo of H,x UJd Uhatonu Thiory drive was going on months, tho following described and tho bos were also driving tho property, situated in Hartford, Ky., Huns at Solssons. On August S, wo and bounded as follows: Klrbt Hegliining ut the arrived at tho linos In tho ucuiity ot C()rner ofTract: striJut and Uni01l iench AJ. I'oro.un-'lardenoi- s. groat- - ley part or lot No. 35; thence with and what a Ing wo rocolvod that night. Thoro Union St. ,99 feet to lot No. 30; thence woro Bholls, bombs and all kinds ot with the lino of lot No. 3G to Bullalu Al,ey tllwlco with Uuifulo alloy to a tag. It was that nitnt wo roculvod HUk(J ()JJ l0 ,no of tho aUuy; thoiK.0 our fliKt gas nlnrm and to mokt of nt right angles and parallel with tho uk It sounded like a call from tho lino of lot No. 30, 78 fcot to a sUl; ; a straight dtlt hlmHolf. Wo remained on the tlonce ,,,1"'" '"ey lino and parallel l" Pouch AP.iij front until wo hit FImiikih and it was an( ' ffom theuco t0 UiQ bcglnjUnKt t this fnmoiiB front that our roal- ,y J. E. Rowo and ml LO(Uefca mojit mado their name an a combat wifo to Sallio Hurria Morton on the unit. Aftor sooing tho battlo ot FI.-- 1 17th day of Juno, 1884. and recordol mo. through wo wore ordered to th. ,J on tho Vordun front and arrlvud thoro North uy nufralo AUoy, tho North September 21. It was pretty quiet, oast by Peach Alloy, on tho East and but on Suptonibor 25, at 11:30 p. in., 'South and Southwest by tho first wu opened up. What a night. It , 1. . .t. 1.1.1. I 1' f " ai(u,uuti iiiu iiiu llilinlii .iii.Htil ...ni. Uil, hi A L. Morton. ,iiimu vi,iiii vvun n. day of Dated- Wo put every thing wo had In ' fire. In Deed Book at page in the Ohio County Clerk's of- tins urive and it buio was somo sluughter. Tliu Huns began to give lice. mill li nniultui,! In Tlln away und they soon proved thoy woro cxecuto boIld8 lumed(ately after sale good runners, us wu had all wo could pajublo in 0 und 12 months, in equal do to kttop with thoiu. Wu kept them fustullmuirfs, bearing Intercbt at tho Said imiIiil' until thn iirinlktlnn w.ih bIl'ii. ra'" Of 6 pur COnt .- .n .n. have tho force und effect ofbonds to " a Judg ed. Wo wero In tho Murvuux when ment, u lldii to ho I'fltulnnil m thn liiml the armlstico was signed and it wua hurelu bold us additional security, Given under my hund this tho 9th ut this tlmo that Colonel Dojer, Com-- 1 r May mamlor ot the 1st Pioneers, received lla OTTO C MARTIN. word that on account of the wonderMaster Commissioner. ful showing ho and lib men mado II. V Taylor, Attorney - nuay. :,llss Tula French, of Colorado, is Your paper has been mailed to me regularly and while reading several "Pending the summer with relatives letters from the boys attached to ln thls community, Mr- Harrison Jewel and family and various divisions I thought you might JIr- Wa'ne Mitchell left Monday for be interested in our outfit, the 1st., Pioneer In:., which was formerly tho Utah- where Uxy vttl snelul the sum- TlPnr K,Htnr. UUKe. i- - saw Tommy, nean Bobby and nnother young yellow or XAMK YOL'li I'ATtM. two, neuverlng around in a sort of question mark way 'tothcr day and Sometime ago wo suggested the apwo just feel that wo ought to watch propriateness and good taste of our that bunch a bit during this rainy farmers giving attractive names weather, while loafing Is so plentiful. to their farms. A well selected name adds dignity to the owner and Indl- The women didn't wear clothes In tl.litnlfttr In llin fnTtrt Tf la n nrnp. quantities to brag about last year , famlnB but I notice quite a good many are communities and wc should bo glad wearing capes this season. to see It adopted by our own farmers. Such a movement has been recently Ed Uarrass and Muskcr Hcavrln started in Larue county and'the Lawere in Clnclnnattl, Ohio, on the day rue County Herald publishes a list beforc that state became as dry as of more than sixty farms so named. .ii,ln nml flinV DO f till Until 3 Among tho names wo note these o'clock in the morning, In order to catch a train for Louisville. Brook," "Cottage Hill," "Lone Oak," "Mint Springs," Maple Spring," Elm XOTICE STOCKMEN. Grove," etc. We should take pleas ure in making public mention of The Beaver Dam Breeders Asso- - lwmt3 assIgned t0 thelr fanns by our elation, having purchased of George homo peop,e aml shmll(l liko t0 see Sowdcrs, Mountain Boy, a black Jack, ltho st a ,OIg ono A that ,s nec. eligible to register. AIo a registered essary Jn namlnE farm is to po3t n Jack, and a registered Porchoron ,,oard wUh tho naluo sciected, on of Fisher & Walker, of at or near tho gnt0 ieiuUg t0 Wo aro now pre- - the pul)c higUwav. Thell tUc owner ansville, Indiana. pared to serve you, at our barn, In jshoula havo envei0j)eg an,i ietter-BeavDam, Ky. We will bo glad hea(H ,)rinte(1 aml glvo his farmlng to havo you call and Inspect these IndlI8try the dignity of a business, animals before breeding elsewhere. j, For description see posted bills. KASTV1KW. BEAVEIt DAM BREEDERS ASS'N. By Chas. W. Mulllkin, Sec. 40t9 Continued heavy rains have gotten the farmers badly behind with their LETTER FROM FRANCE. work. Mr- - ;lIlu Jlrs- - uml ools- - ol ulvla- Germany. Ehrenbreltstein. (were visitors wnn .Mr. and .Mrs. lorn May 4 1919. Uen-nc- 4Gt3 C. A. KEL.L.EY, Admr. Whltesvllle, Ky. tt Bryan says tho Democratic nominee for president must be a man whoie itand on prohibition has always been rite, and Bryan Is wlllln' to vouch for .lis own long record on tho dry question. Tho President thinks a llttlo beor, is well as a little wine, should be taken for the stomach's sake. .serious " ,,,;,,,. Tho small farm boy can't see any calamity in all this weather. ed Sunday evening, May, 18, 1919, 6 o'clock, when Mr. Roy Roeder, of Contra! Grove and Miss Boulah Dean Ross, of this plnco wero united In marriage at tho homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. und Mrs W D Ross, Rot. M. O . Snell performing the ceremony. They have many frlcnda, who wish them a long, happy and prosperous Journey, whllo going down life's pathway together Mrs. Arthur Faught w.13 called to tho bedsdlo ot hor mother, who Is quite ill, at her home, In Central City Mrs. P. M. Brown, who has been confined to her room for about from effects of the "flu" Is, we are glad to roport, convalescent Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Park, of Owonsboro, visited the family of .Mr D. M. Park, Inst week. Earl Bishop and Miss Erta Bishop Waited the family of Mr. J L Heflln, ot Lone Star neighborhood, from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Ella Hoskins has returned from a few days visit to realtlves near Rockport and Ceralvo. Mrs. Lula Rhoads and daughter, Miss Audrey, of Beaver Dam, were guests of the family of Mr. P M Brown, last week. Noah L. Rowe has returned from oversea. Mr. and Mrs. E. P Brown visited their daughter, Mrs. Render, of recently. at Hire-mont- Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you use n cultivator you want thoroueli cultivation first of all. But you want to get this result in the shortest possible time and with th: least possible labor. We want you to see why using y. JjMOO REWARD. .,,,', .,....,,..,,.,,,. I . I Er-)P0- 8t er For the conviction of the person or Tho old maids ortor form a union and petition the legislature to levy a persons who stole one blue and onei bachcllor tax that would be prohibi- red steer, cacn tnreo years old, and one red heifer, two years old, from tive. our pasture land on Rough river, near Battle Nail says he can't see any Heflln, within tho past ten months cason why Just because tho country This reward Is continuous for simii goln' liquor dry it should git so lar losses. BESSIE C SMITH. lamed water wet. J. F. SMITH. LULA A. 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