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KAISER A ykztftttb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF tpnblkatu OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 49 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919, lied ,. f jf his glittering entourage of Imthis manner ihe center of tho tree la WILL SOFTEN TERMS pressive uniform, of tlio camouflage AMERICAN ANO SYRIAN kept open, which makes It ooth easier REPUBLICAN HARMONY of royalty that always protected him, spray and to gather the fruit. It TO PROSTRATE ENEMY,!- - Impractical to repeat hero Mr. RELIEF WORK BEGUN SAYS MEDICAL MAN ho stands revealed for what he is and NOW REIGNS SUPREME quaking, always was a maudlin, Patterson's complote method for whlmporlng weakling. And, cowerhandling fruit trees, but It would bo ing under the lash of the world's acwh,Ie for everv farmer who Is Committees For Precincts Bitr Fnm. flans A Garrulous Swashbuckler cusation, ho tells mora of himself ninT1,inir n ff.oa kj narci, units Differences Ironed Out-Bot- h ...0 than tlio public has over suspected. Named And Quotas Demands To Hasten to see his method, before planting. Querulous Mad And Houses Go After "Don't blame mo!" he cried. "It We were about to omit to mention Stated. Peace. Man. . my fault. I didn't do It. My wasn't Real Work. that ho was at the time of our visit I didn't Generals arc responsible. thinning the peaches on his trees, and want tho war. I was a lover of peace he told us he had counted six hundred The Armenian and Syrian relief There Is a probability that Ger- plucked from one small tree. In an article captioned "Psychoan- - anu ' was tllru9t asiuu without any Washington, June 4. With all difnlysls and tho KuUer" tho editor of .consideration for my Gonerals and my committee for Ohio county announces many may secure as a result of her ferences Ironed out and perfect harcounter-proposa- ls some lessen- BURIAL PLANS ARE American .Mcdcllno decalros that the diplomats wanted war. They did as the following precinct committees to strong mony reigning in both the Houso and ex Gorman Emperor was "always a they liked nnd litey never told mo n have charge of raising about $1800 ing in the severity of the peace terms STILL INCOMPLETE Senate, the Republicans of the GGth asked of the county, together with of the allied and associated powers. I was only a figurehead." n boastful, thing K Arm Ions old Paranoiac, Congress have perfected their pro quota of each Precinct. Germany's pleas that it will be Ims Tlio Koyal I'lurclicad. Parents and relatives are assured gram and gotten down to business In Armenia and Syria, countries possible to fulfill the financial reimperial hero, In no who suited fur that bodies of soldiers buried in with a celerity and efficiency which "When an important message artho role destiny had imposed upon rived at headquarters r was shoved ovorrun by remorseless Turkey dur- quirements of the allies and her pro- France may be brought to this coun- has stupefied their opponents, who ing the recent war, great privation tests against certain territorial re him " Following Is tho editor's strlk-- J out of tho room, so they could tako try for burial after the period of na- had counted on Republican dlssen-tio- n lag picture of tho Kaisers mental It up among themselves. They tack- and want abound and tho peopio of linquishments have been heeded and tional emergency is over. as their chief hope ot futuro "For tho ed Karl Rosner on to me and sent mo the United States are being urged to are being discussed by the Council ot and physical make-up- : As yet, however, no definite plans party success. simplest oxplnnatlon of the Kaiser's around the country making petty lend Immediate help. These people Four. Paris report has it that in cer- have been formulated, and until they After more than twenty-tw- o yeara grotco(iio personality one must go speeches anything so long as they are starving, and unless assistance is tain quarters of tho peace conference are, offers to pay all expenses cannot of service in the Senate, having been given, nnd given at once, many thous- the German viewpoint is receiving to tho most complicated of sciences avail to hasten the return of Ameri- elected the last time by the peopio of had me out of the way. Those nasty psycnoanaiysis. ins interview, given .diplomats were the ruin of me. If it ands of these wretched peopio must strong support. Pennsylvania by a majority ot 260,-0ca's dead. yurisii A full discussion of the German out to tho world in a quarulous With the demobilization votes, Senator Penrose, regarded not for them I'd still be a great worthy irom starvation. No more of the cause has appealed to tho counter proposals especially concern- troops, mnit and retracted In tho panic that imm in tho eyes of the world I when the lists of the dead as the ablest authority on custom dufollowed such an extraordinary self- - j didn't dare open my mouth to protest, American people and the response ing reparations and other economic have been verified and the graves ties and taxation in either House, was features of the peace treaty has been identified, arrangements will be rovelatlon, must remain as a psycho- - ji Was a puppet In their hands. Don't should be ready and liberal. chosen chairman of the Finance ComE. Hartford A. C. Porter, Mrs. R. held by President Wilson and the logic monument for all "llmo. The; blame me. I couldn't help it!" All mittee, which will frame the new staff of American experts of the Kaiser was always a querulous old of which Is so amazingly interesting Holbrook, C. O. Hunter, $125.00. Bodies of men buried in Germany revenue and tariff laws during ReW. Hartford Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, American peace delegation. paranoiac, nnd the generals who con- becauso .it is amazingly true. Tho cannot be brought over any sooner publican control. Senator Borah, ot Franco Standing Finn. ducted his pathetic career know what Kaiser was nothing but a puppet in Mack Fogle, J. C. Her, 1125.00. than those in France. Bodies trans- Idaho, deferred to the great majority Ileda Geotgc Jones, W. It. Carthey were doing when thoy assigned tho hands of tlio German warmakers. Great Britain is said to favor a ferred to this country will either be ot h! colleagues when he said that son, Mrs. Dudley Westerfield, $25.00. Karl Rosner to him as a press agent n0 acknowledges it now. Trapped given Sulphur Springs Mrs. Cora Ren-fro- number of concessions to Germany private to the soldiers' families for "we have nothing against Senator and let him talk his heart out over h,y defeat, ho frankly admits the burial, or interred in a nation- Penrose personally, but have differbut France continues firm in her C. C. King, Mrs. J. A. Duff, violets and such like ferlorlty which It had been his life stand, not to waver from the original al cemetery. All others will be plac ed with him as to certain methods $5.0.00. things for tho benefit of tho public .work to conceal. Robbed of his pose. The peopio Magan N. P. Kelly, Esq. 'Will terms. On the other hand the Amer- ed together in an American National and theories of taxation. to which Wllhelm had successfully ho cringes and squirms nnd begs for very definitely stated at the polls last icans are declared to be not averse to Cemetery, In France. Edge, $23.00. years. jilajotl for thirty-od- d mercy. He didn't do it! Fearing punNovember that they wanted the DemCromwell Dr. Oscar Allen, Clar- minor concessions but aro not in favor of going to tho extent that the ocratic party turned out of power, wo ishment ut the hands of tho English, ence James, Tlio Richie Interview. QUAINTIE'S COLUMN. $50.00. mean to see that their mandate is British propose. "Ills interview granted to Harold ho goes to great length to assure his Cool Springs Miss M. Williamson, The German Government is Incen Rlgulo was very much In character, Knglish Interviewer that ho has al- V. Pllcnnctt, $25.00. James Tate has recently been dis- obeyed." Senator Gronna, another Progressive, pointed out that in his ways loved the people whom his Zep' 't f r once the Kilsor spoke honestX. Itockport A. B. Kcvil, Dr. A. sed over the formation of a Rhenish charged and returned home. Republic. It has ordered the arrest opinion it made no difference as to ly, and Immediately afterward he re- pelins murdered in cold blood. Fear- - D. Park, $75.00 . Miss Beulah Moore left Monday for any theories the new chairman might of Dr. Dorten, the president of the Dundee, Ky., to gretted it His denial that ho ever Ing French retribution, he effusively S. Itockport Mrs. 7.. Herrel, Mrs. attend a house party . republic and also has protested have and that he voted for Penrose in to given by Miss Ruth Weller. " gave uii interview to any one is of no "a,slB .unuja um auH. D. Robb. peace conference and the armisavail: any student of character know iiumirer 01 rencn culture, rearing Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Llggon have the interest of better legislation. Select Wm. Baize, S. M. James, the tice commission at Spa against tho returned to Chicago, Senator Cummins, of Iowa, long that the strango things he uttered the vengeance of the deceived German ?25.00. after a visit classed as a Progressive, was mado wrre so genuine a product that it Peopio. ne swears mat lie nas always Horso Branch Mrs W. O. Beed, behavior of the French authorities here. to Ioai1 them 'nt0 " wavs ot in the occupied Rhlneland. French c uld not have been manufactured. j,rI-''Miss- Annetta Gillespie is visiting president pro tern of the Senate, and Walker Myrtle, $50.00 support of tho Rhenish republic is relatives in Owensboro. the entire list of chairmanships was To those who knew the man only as peace. Fear is the keynote of his Rosine Miss Maymo" Crowder, C. For the first time E. Crnwrior. Androw Alfnril. 825.00.' characterized by the German governlilood- -' whole confession. n tuLiHifnl. Mr. M. Bean returned to Akron made up according to the rule ot ment as high treason, against the em Thursday after a visit to long followed by the Dem-acra- ts and thunder 'imporlal hero, the whlm- - In his career, he utters the truth ; and j E 1Jeaver l)amnev Eflgar AU his family. senioority pire. Strikes by dissatisfied Ger.which is the rule which has , , piTlng, snivollng nature of his mes-- p then, aware of how . much he has .... ,, QJ A(,(Uo Glenn Barnes Is hnrlc T . ....... ..... ...1 . .. I nnln.l mans in the American occupied area, go to the world must havo como as tl'illl'll, liu H'uno iiuuiliVUt .....1 It- - sir. no illiu Miss Lurene Collins spent tho week ,beea found to br,ng about the grea II ks. uuiuuui ui uiiiuieuuy. a surprise, but to tho psychonanalyst iracis ine coiuession. no uiun i uo w Heaver Dam J. H. Barnes, called in protest against tho forma end with hor parents, here. In the Hous9 no difficulty has been mere nevor was a dear Tom Cooper, Rev. E. S. Moore, $125. tion of the Republic, ended quickly tin nit! who npknowledL'f.il .1 nartner. :oven mat: Miss Blanch Park spent tho week found In maintaining the best good s' lp only with Gott (nnd Gott thoj'T caso of Infcrlorlty-coraploMcHenry L. L. Stewart, S. J. iWhen the American commanders is- end with Miss Edna Black. sued a warning against thev move-Imen- t. junior liartnor) was nevor a puzzle. Tichenor, $75.00. Hartfordites aro getting in the feeling among the Republican mem Long before tho interview was made F.KOTI1EKS DKOWX swim again. Quite a number of boys bers. Factionalism, which was tho Dr. J. L. Smith, Mrs. Contortown IN CANNY CREEK P. O. McKlnney, Tho supremo council has been re- and girls are going In. natural momentary result of a brisk n disciple of Freud public a Mrs. Alvin Rowe, quested by the Lithuanian dolegation set "I'" down as suffering markedly And then we don't understand contest for Speaker, has disappear$100.00. Hubert and Millard Geary, brothers which is from an Inferiority-comple- x Igleheart, to the peace conference to have an what is tho matter with our Hartford ed entirely, and the contention of Smallhous Clinton Longworth, of Ohio, allied commission investigate alleged ,boys letting these White Run. were drowned whilo !wm,.m Ad.llnirtnn S2r, no at the basis of all the - Kaiser everi" ..., ones Representative ... 'T 1. r. r ml. ' i. that the membership of the Steering said, thought or did. "It Is common "aunug m auu trcon. muuuj. i ue , pordavine -- J. D. Cooper, Rev, T. programs and other illegal acts by the come in and pet their girls. Poles in occupied Lithuania. knowledgo that Wllhelm Hohenzol- - older uoy was 21 and tho younger D Randy, J. H. Smith, $100.00. Mr. C. P. Turner was in town one Committee should be increased from An unconfirmed report has reached day last week. tlve to nine members in order to Fo'rdgVj,j 'eara old- - The younger boy en-- 1 n.isnpr TTfirtfnril lern is a cripplo. This scion ot w "tf,itf a representative of the South, tuo water ursi aim was seized ,Lafo Knott Rev R L Brandenburg, Copenhagen that Petrograd has been great imperial house, destined to Mr. Chester Keown left Monday to captured by Finnish and Esthonlan visit his sister, Mrs. Ney Foster, in one of labor, and two of the Westorn como a rulor of an aggressive, master-- 1 with cramps. His brother rushed $100.oo. agricultural section, has been agreed ful raco ot Nietzchean' blond beasts, to his assistance, and In the strug- Arkansas. Aetnavllle J. A. Bellamy. ' Dr W. troops. " I FT.I.AI. IL .1............1 .a.II.h Tho head of tho Austrian peace was in no wise suited for tho role 'Kitt uuiu wuro utuwut'u. 1 ucu uuuics L. Barrett, Wilbur Phillips, $50.00. Mr and Mrs. Mutt have been some- t oby all those interested. The comwero buried in tho samo collln. Tho delegation has departed from St., where, and have come back. mittees started their work immediatedestiny had Imposed upon him. Shreve P. L. Shrevo, C. L. upon the convening of Congress, mothor ot the boys is very low ot Germain for Innsbruck, carrying with Misses Mary Warren Collins and ly Mow His .Mini! Worked Dave Tuttle, $25.00. (ti hmimilnatii otiil ninir nnt lrn n an him the allied peace treaty. Counter .sallie Bean snent the week end with and two days later the first RepubliOlaton It. L. Armos, $25.00. His shrunken arm, his pathetically """";" , , ' can House in eight years passed tho Dessie clark( at Sunnydale. puny figure, his whole unherolc and vivu ine miiuck ul iuu iruijeuy. Buford Mack Ulley, F. M. Hoov- revolutions nre reported from merous towns in Western Hungary, We think Hartford needs a traffic woman suffrage amendment to tho unprepossessing makeup were n coner, Otis Clark, $25.00. and began the passing of source of humiliation to him. OHIO COUNTIANS BUY B. W. Taylor, J. Tv Pat-to- n, Hundreds of refugees are arriving at cop. At one time Sunday afternoon constitution stant Bartlett the Austrian frontier towns, seeking there wero nine buggies and one car appropriation bills delayed by tho ALABAMA FA KM LAND Realizing this, tho 0110 aim ot his life $25.00. blockaded on one of our popular President's refusal to call Congress was to deceive the world, to draw atHoflln Mrs. W. B. Hoflin. Mrs safety. Swedon and Denmark have como streets, and it took about ten minutes in extra session earlier. Mr. Nat Lindloy and uephow, Mr. J. P. Foster, Homer Mllligan, $50.00. tention away from thoso shortcomo ings, to Imposo himself on the pub- Chester Mndloy, of Matanzas, have Ceralvo C. B. Everley, Mrs. J. H. Into lino with Switzerland and Nor- to got them stirred. way in declining to Join a blockade just closed a deal for 1100 acres of Woods, $25.00. EXTRA TRAVEL MONEY lic as a giant, physically and IntellectTO BE PAH) SOLDIERS MEMORIAL SERVICES. ually, a colossus of courage and abili- land, near Montgomery, Alabama, for Pt. Pleasant Nat Lindloy, L. E. against Germany in case Germany re fuses to sign the peace treaty. Like which they paid about $70,000. The Everley, $50.00. ty, as tho perfect symbol of perfect The discharged soldier will tako klnghood. And every utterance ot purchasers contemplate growing al Narrows Jno. Bi Ronfrow, Dr. W. Switzerland and Norway the plea Is Rough River Lodgo No. 110 made by Sweden and Denmark that Knights overy act ot his rule, was falfa, and raising stock. Tho land L. Lawlace, $50.00. his caroor, ot Pythias will hold their notice that an extra traveling alsuch action would bo a violation of iowanco of five cents a milo will bo designed toward this end. Charity is adapted to the growing of alfalfa,' Ralph J. L. Patton, $25.00. annual memorial and decoration might betray weakness; he must not nnd many flno fields of It nre growing Prentiss H. B. Taylor, John their neutrality. Sunday, June 8, at 3:30 p. m. at paid soldiers who havo been honorBig strikes have begun in Paris, land purchased Barnes, Hub Shults, $25.00. Tho ably discharged since November 11. . bo charitable, Kindness might be- in that section. the Methodist church. This allowance is for the army only, tray a desire for sympathy; ho must by tho Liudleys lies Just across the O. T. Lillle and other cities in Franco. Charles Taylor, Horbort program: no provision having yet been mado not bo kind. An inclination toward plko from tho purchase rocently made Burdett, $25.00. MODEL OKCHAKDIST. for a similar paymen tto the navy and Opening song Choir. Phar-rl- s, poaco might indlcato cowardclo; ho by, our former county agent, Mr. W. Arnold Maripn Shultz, Bob Judgo J. S. marines. The allowanco .will apply Opening Remarks must become- known as tho greatest W. Browdor. Thoy will not take pos Mrs. J. W. Renfrow, $25.00. from tho place of discharge to the acIn company with county farm Glenn. war-lor- d ot all time. Hence his coall session of tho land until December. Render Miss Clara Ellis, Jo3 agent McCracken wo visited, Friday, Quartotte Messrs. W. J. Bean, II. tual residence of tho soldlor. For Hon with the heartless war party to Mr. Chestor Lindloy will tage chargo James, Miss Mary Main, $25.00. Gormany in tho effort to build up of it at that timo, and Mr. Nat Lind- Simmons, Mrs. Wlllard Lake, Mr. tho most methodical orchardlst in tho E. Mlschke, Mcsdames. J. G. Keown dotallo dtnformatlon about this ox-t- ra loy may not permanently locato thoro. Burton, George Tlnsley, $50.00. allowance thoso entitled will concounty, Mr. L. L. Patterson, nt Point and W. S. Tlnsley. tho vast war muchlno dralnod tho re a sult the Civilian Relief Committee, at Pleasant. Reading Miss Leila Glenn. Mr. Pattorson'a orchard sources of Germany; henco his faFOUD, M. D., E. W. Is located on a high knoll, overlookthe office ot Mr, Ed Barrass. Solo Mrs. C. E. Smith. mous Huu speech to tho Gorman FAK.MKK BUYS MUINS Chairman. ing Green river, and is an Ideal locaUK HAD NKVKIl SEEN' troops, who woro dispatched to China Address Hon. R. M. Holland. MISS CLIFFIE FELIX, COLORED EXAMINATION. tion for fruit growing. Jno. B. Wilson. Benediction during the Boxer rebolltou; hence his Secretary. Mr. Patterson, a few years ago, Mr. Mont Johnson, a prosperous Decoration of graves of deceased periodical, blustering challunges to An examination for colored teachTRUCK FOR COUNTY. conceived the notion of fruit growing, Knights as follows: tho world at every crisis In which his farmer, living just bolow town, camo ers' was hold recontly, at which flvo The federal government assigned and set about a study of the best country was Involved. And In tlmo to Hartford Monday with tho IntenJ. A. Smith, teachers were examined. Only ono S. S. Cox, tho world began to bollovo that tho tion ot buying a team ot mules or a 155 trucks to Kentucky to bo used In on horticulture. Beginning In a teacher was oxamlned for certificate, lc tractor. Upou learning that George road building and repair work. A small way, ho has extended his ef J . P. Morton, man was really modeled after a tho remaining four taking the examiW. A. Gibson, pattern. Many able observers and Jim Bales, ot Pleasant Ridge, had drawing waa hold at Frankfort Mon fort until ho now has soveral acres nation In agriculture. Thoso appeara pair of extra good mules for sale day for the distribution ot the trucks In trees and vines, and is still plantOscar Midklff, wero deceived ing were: Mr. Johnson called them and asked to tho counties, In which Ohio drew ing. He is growing chiefly apples, Oakwood. C. M. Barnett, at Imposed on KoomhoU. For Certificate. "Even such a shrowd Judge of tho price. The answer came back a now two ton truck. Tho trucks peaches and rasp berries, having an FLOWER COMMITTKK 80 Mattle Render Col. Koosovelt $710. After making some inquiry ot are at Jeffersonville, Indiana, and as acre devoted to tho berry crop. Evcharactor as tho lato McDowell A. Fogle, Maurice Bar-ras- s, For Agriculture. was taken In. But the great test parties hero who know tho mules Mr. soon as tho necessary government red ery farmer undertakes to grow some 93 Russoll Pirtlo, John Allen WilR. B. Newton camo when Gormany lost the war and Johnson again called the Bales Broth- tape may be complied with Judge fruit, and we .aluk it worth while to Simmer-ma- n, 89 M. J. Foreman the Kalso'r had to flee from his coun- ers and told them to start tho mules Cook will send a driver for- - the ma- briefly outlino Mr, Patteson's method son, Misses Winnie Davis 9U Norlue Black, Kathleen Turner Mattie Johnson career had come to an end. and ho would moot them on tho way chine, who will drive it homo on its of training and caring tor his trees. try. His 9S Mallnda Taylor Perhaps never own power. Thoro wero moro trucks To begin with, he uses Qnly one year and Martha Caroline Pate. lie was a failure, ho was found out. with the seven-tem at other Decoration of graves defense did he offer to au before In Ohio county was a trade for distribution than one for each old trees, and cuts theso back at And what The Bank of Hartford has had pro- l..l..,..l ....HI.I4 Yirtt.it liiatlflrta- - Involving so largo a sum made with- county, but tho extra ones were giv- setting time to about twenty inches. points has been arranged tor as folpared a number ot attractive and ap fearless hero offer for out the purchaser having first scon en to the counties which had donu When the four or more branches that lows: fk tlon did this propriate . medals which It, will present W. W. King, Hopewell. road work, and set out from the stool are two feet Tihe courso Uo had pursued so confi tho proporty. Tho mules are six the most stato-al- d . ...... . .. D. F. Glbbs, Rockport. to tlio prize, winnura in iuu uuya ami dently for three docadest His fa- - years old, are savontuu hands high Ohio county could not share in this long ho. clips thoso also, and later the I Girls' vegatable and animal contests. ro.suU.ug sprout. By trimming in Will Bonner, Macon, Ga. wolgh 1200 pounds each. uiBinuuuuu. uiouh Interview I3 tho answer, Rob-'an- d PARANOIAC MJ ,'worth ,-- ,,, ua wash-bucklin- 00 mo-We- i"i j ; - j re-U- 1 x. o-c- i well-know- J out-of-to- . 1 ; an ci 1 da I -- ,' ... Whit-tlnghi- ll, nu-Ml- ss ser-vcl- es ho-ro- n. -- 1 .. d ataarwlaw lMAMlMn. ft mm ( lOKrolllag, 8mtoUm Talnl Cabinet. Ta aafa irwrtf ft Ht Imtcn of SHOWN UP BY REED f.'toa eorraant waa dOaUal M tfce Colonal Moaaa tnrh49W94 th M ronirtltaiifloaf jr.vam- nata fa ta firm llm laat ffMar irri r adjewrarnaat in tmtomuov Kant In in I'altad fttataa hi hi. work nnum. iMHM In IS1J Tata oaawiaaltr vhitb frftlnad Miftswri Senator On League 4iii.lo want ftf nalMk4 novel asntMtn III dLraward of law Und nl ballaf In rwwwtwtfw. to Monday. Covenant Exosoa Tha reflation rail, a tfca mala ? rjaorfta T Humt .lataly It Party. Hi nata 4Mt'a anirnr u thn bolalMtlat ""'"' ti fan.iaf tfca traatr. mmt la Randa. nrul Ik Pffldan. wirh ta cMnvlct iwi erf r m la dabata prmtraaaa4 diaeaa- - H 'Ha l a rarolntlftMrr. He fka njpatttor of aavtftcvn Dam to felftad to aafcataaca of tka laagaa fM4 anything tiM worda rata! " rf J aenatof h taalr traaff. iM ri mambar. of tka Praxl'lanf ifaw f narkm tirmat wfcfch A dman ffernatof. lacladlsf laadara cMaat ara Llntad with orhll.it' v ItfMt Mt tarn aMea, war draws lata dla- - A vaat awarrn rl hla apfrotnta" wMntt Wllaof. lnw t ! unm mflfr aioa twiir af ra.akra. known to a opwn anl avnwad Horlal wmw Willi 0rmnr waa naoad daf- .. ... . ..... j I lFF",sH' ""f Ik . vmf la It " nil - Mi Tka admlnl.tratmi of Wood w .. -t- o-7 . lag oeawra m i nT- tka nw Wlloa. ai-- nnilar (ionatltiiifniH MHMr fta--4, fMthAfraf. f I j rMrtfwtto1, a Hybrid twm nnppmUn tkafomui of Mawwtor Waart. walftfalalan fcla nnrl n twftan a rrwh rnvolMtlo tka oooIUo. draft lad m mum iWnt r Mtatory would ioknwii, of Rallforala, Ra- - Orlantal tfaaBotlam forattkarHnolUangnUlnih' t fltOT of th , lf!!L fa opptmHUm to lli ff aad folll-- n of Ilia ArnTl'fin tka dakata wltk a akort pek rM M- .ft waa aoloted ont hf tka ",,,,,,fl UB(lfir,nf tkat nonratatl umtar Mpportars Mtr fkat wfclfe fkf titfc am Dam-- 1 fcjM Mir,lfHl..i of fo eM,f.,... P DEMOCRATIC PARTY iMaMe fifscfcM, . hot-head- ed lit frot m(iw m tobacco. Thar's arc FOLKS folks.a heap likeflat, uninterestin folks. An, Thar's bat hearty an j then thar's folks like Velvet-mi- ld, fren'ly't0- - t!7; Orf&jfo : f . fJ ... , -n- ""' trlf lW' 'r1il tornifnt. 1 1 iafNaRaHl tka-fraa- tr Mft oemmt ,,,,, . - aaJfl4kll 1 flR 17LS alLE ra i-SSSC'fSrWw tST2S dakata katlni; kam tk. rJa.JmLa4l ZXSa lZ, tbraoTtkkaJ -- r "'" wall-t.kll- -- ,,..,,,, tr Mlfekroek. ' "" Ika.fA. tka ,k.!- w., ; tr-.- tt il'r"'S:2itw:,,r""l, , Mfrr-.i- ,,, ., Taklaa ap fhr roraMNt t.on.8nMor Herman MM tka r.w r(,mrouta. wko'H"- wrjr r ..'I ''""WM't w" I., hy omiamarlnr pmadant ia.l "wltk any .n.Uar will,. til' If. of -- -' .. - ott a mJk lilaV BRiurt Sh M t ""it rJ t ? t-- 4 .y B W&&2r tJ3Bw y 1 i fUf "Tho wvirolK. ,hf!ft,v -- ,. ti- - crnit-n.li- l , air. . .wr.... thlw nllon .aKm fnmi.lliu torrl.ri.il !l;-- that tker waa no ImnrotJfisty IrtUnien lliflif.k ' orro.it,iry on foroli- -. Wken It w iMlatad ky ftenator tka radiation, nnlM It war. Imiirop. l Hn.a.or Nhannnn. ' -- n -- r .o 1 ra atianilon to tha .1, ml.-- iJ." any o of tka "desanarat 6ni.nol Ur lalnl. It onnnot -i op-n- .y tha rota of Ik o 0' ooaw lor nv, Mil. nor In rwmnnr. SukI Malaa." NdMlor flttakeaak ' " rr -- kopk-p-r wo, miaa. It rnniiot rnnrt Inkor l.K.l.llon '..M Ik M.aawka-tl- a con.ldarakla Irrltattor. maaffaaiad r oxarrlao tint u.unl piillco p..war tha traaty nn mnda piiHHr M. Imli.pon.lonl.lnt, tiarHn. y- -t tb, ffnnata wa. provld- - .Mon(;ir,K to aa kaa aa mnf.k paw.-amtim, ,.!,-- , JJI I ""- or l,n Intoat onl-r- a .f -d only with a worthlaa. ofkrlal ami loflaowca a. tha orlelMl Mom- IIih (liHinvit council or tiniiiMuro In tho bar?. It Is lMpo4H'la for tho mnall atract. tiMurnhly uliall liavo heon alinlI'Ml l'nrllmi,ililp. Mnlat nation to haa tha Mm t(Jlnj;." Wnr (run not III) ilcclnriid nor i"H( "fjfjiidllty of amllnK appllas to A cnarKB inni win impiumKniia wiirn rlI1i,.- - h.ImihI mill ntitiort. -d , not to tho ((,k tho tengM propar a,, ma,nlltlMe,. tho trof.tr a lr-0(- , BMim' (rovM,.( nell. Mr Kaad mptolnad oontlva ,, ,,r tll() , wa mnda hy Mrnator , Hitlfiaon. or ArKnriw.ia, nuinocriu, !nor lho ii '!""-wuniii lino in limiw atntca niuatiTod and vtilppcil." lions can come oaforo tha la.f.oa lt'jW, (jtW n ovldancu tlm tolcRrnoi . aalf," shontad Mr UHchtock. ,y WM r ,,,;(, unnii' vunhi iiko "I a 01 norry to aa the Moaalor loa urpnhllcRii annntora, nnkltif: llmoi How's Rood rmlnra," Ul ()t (ilaruaa tha nivlaad Imiikiio of Ilia temper and Wo offer Oim inatlona covi'iiatit p"iidliic a party f(ir nny riixn cif lliinilr'"! DolWn aid Itaad. with a ttrln. Culnrrh tlmt cm t ho "Aay roaatlow paaaml MfWri hy tlia umfureiito Tho Itopiihllran Iwidar clirwl liy IliiU'n f'ntnrrli Mi'illrlno ( ntnrrli Mpillrliip linn Iwnn inKrn rxcaUa ronnctl may t tHken on ap- - mtortftd that tho cautionary tnli'Krani ' tivIlnlra MltlTfr.irrt tir t If nrtul thirty (nlnrrli ttnnn-m tin paal to tka aaaamlffy," inlorrtiptod f)8, u,:), purjumo, and that "not a nvn ynnm. nnd inn word" of dl.cua.lo.. of (ho troaty had PXrJh i.Tn" nr.w ThiH ." 1M:i" S tin imI- "I'rorMon le mada that any vote. j,8M, in (,tiy or thn conroronco. of Km miu'dm nrriip-- .. pxp-lli' "ncl """"'": "' '"" i '"" r,r'.,"'..,.l:" '" altkar in tha eoancll or naaamlily. np.ihlpn Hannlora. '1i t ' T'lnr i Af.pr mmt oa an.nlmon.," .aid Mr. Hitch coitr.u of lho dohalo a .harp MpIIpIii vmi linvp tnltrn HnU'ii .f'.lnrrl. fur n Bliort IIiop ym wlh ) toefe nltark on tho Imifiin- - covunaut and on cn-.i- t hiipnivptnpiit In your nnml right ot any frnnUlvnl WlLonV cour.o In thu lip'illli r.rl tnhlriK Cutnrrh Itmll-iini- "ft la tka fondamatital til fi.in' noil ip .Id of putnrrli. aotW Nation," contlnaad Wr. Knot, "to p,.at'" t'onroraiiua wu. ...ado hy 8oim frpp fni ImMnimiluN thn u,r Hlicrman. or Mlluoi.. llBpuldl-pwa- a V rafaa any quaallon that 0 . Tiileilu. Ohio. J fllKNHV HoM hy nil lriiKPi"'- - 7Bf. ! of tka world. Tkla would who cuillar In thu day had pr-- tl .1 amall nation, a rhance to He thanin,) a iP.olutln.. dnflnrlm; It the n thai tin trnuly t. of tha Kraat nation." rp?i.p of Hip alwnya hnve a Toi'thlnit Imhli-i l)a twta of any one or tba.a da- - mul the covannnt aliould ho con.ldar- hard lima of It whan HiIh procnm .t.fa. tan proKfnf the Till- - (. .pparntMly whan lhy comn up for occurs In hot wputlipr Th.-- not onHharn.iui'N At Mr d Htatea from acrompll.l.lnft ai.y rtlfl.!alla ti ly havo to conliiid with painful uttm. hi. "liillon wont over to hn hut Hi" Rtomai'h la illMonlcn l, how-p- . rfr.n." .aid Md.tor Head. '"ll,',, "' r'" ,,",'H"' M"'looflo mid tho hoily unniinforta-hlo- . 'l.a lH'i.MP .M..ka.al.l.. ' Hanntor Mharniuii In hi. .pitcch .aid Tha lio.t hnlp ou cnu kIvo thu "An ajtamlnatlon of tha Mainler-.llll- ( ( Itnliv Kllxlr. ,.,1,,,, n,M rlKlnnl covoimnt lltllti Hiirferor I. 'U,jH im. Improvod It. .hip of (hi. praaa.il leagua win iir.i,na ,B,!(,tMM co.TtictH .our Hlomach, ooln mill ovaty only II. Krainiuath'Hl loxti.ra. arouse a.tonl.1. and than iiil"l. the Ihih'oU and httlp' iIiohHiiii. thoUKhtfitl man," aald Waoalor llaad, " 1.1)1 Ilin oili;lnal ilofiiuiout It I. I'.lcn yr.c and fill per hollh. Hold will come unauiPiiilahlo, oiuut.cloul and liaglnolni) hi. apaet'h. "It in hy Ohio County Drill; Co Iip 111I1I. as H dlHtlnct .hoi h rir.t. Hint till" In a "Aiiiiln It uiu.t ho (hut I. lo iiccnplpil 11a II fln.h'tH froiu Hie or nation. ioIoiimI Iphh'Io . itKiHjtrrioN HAT ay, Him uiajnilly id tha nation, whuro il wllfi lho luciiruato was iti;rt-Mf.i;- i flo mil hnlo.iK to wl.iloui II hail hi'iouio political lho loMfiiM On tlm Ilia whllo .ace or limn to ii.p.tlou and trpa.on to try An odllorlal provlni; comluwlvoly thny Hi" a ro..loii.i.ili' of thu to uiiilor.la.nl Moth tho nrli'.luul bliiuk, yellow, liiown and mmI iiicpr. iiuil iini"iiil"il li'iii'.uim luipulr Mi" nov-- f lo tho yoiuiK wrlti'r'a iiiluil that thu I K7:i cnino whllo wo worn tiH.liianlly .0 Intnl. uUad and . "I k v of thin Kopulillu and nulniip p.inlo of na lo oiialltuto an iiiicIiibhI II lo II VIIHHIll Ht II til iniilur u hli;h I'roti'ctlvo T.irlft wan IIhIiIp iiioiih.pI h.acd '"I'ho li'ni',1111 id nation. I. Intnr iipiil.iiid'Ml hy hlii .clioiilui.ih'rt. Ho "III nny loiitf.l whli h tuny Ih'.p loilii'd wllh tho trinity ot prmro do wriil" for a hli;h .chool Jouiunl, anil .Im Involrl.iK Iha "iiuallly or .IkupiIIv In. an ultarlor mirpoHo Hltm If w.oto I'luvmly, an cluvcrly that a i 'tomm coniiulltco of Inda In Hictr It inn ho wiMpiI 11111111 Hi" ih'iicp linn ibch It l Mid pa. racily I'iiiln ll.nl will .11 mill'' anil iIpcIii.p ihmik uppo It'll to piOI'U.P volan iImiu'imI (Im arlli'ln tu a iilorun hciIIki it I ,iud aiiliod him what ho Ihniiitlit of It. fin i.cr I'liiiiilltv In ovi'iy pin of Hi" "Toiu'h a hrl;ht hoy," .alii hn, "hill It muni ha ii'iniiii'lM'KMl in. 11 wmlil In ho In luiiciiurato aa tu liH l.iclii. till. I. u IIvIiik anil Inn nliiK iUpMm'i. piaaaly hwuvpiI It H12 11 Itnpuhllciin Coiiki'w hlwnilor-.'- d thai Jatntli ha lulu imtltliii: a Inn par cent ri'dtic-ll'i- n fin fntiiia toUHliln.iitliiii, anil Hint II or pi'iup Mm on I. on, Htind, i;.n. colion, wool, II rniiio. wooIpiih, and otlior arllrlaa " '" now orwunliPil, Hi" dni'i '"' "U'hatY" iiwliod II10 youiiKPd inoin-lu- r llHVP H IIIMjllllly know id tlm ciiiiiiulllnii, "I "Wlin pun luliry Ihw ilni'liliii' I lint (ha Hl.illlii.iMMl IiiImIIIhhI fn'' I"'" Toll I low Lyditi E. Pinltlmm's in Iliipiihliilui.M iiiuilo any ipiIiiuH'HI .hull I"' In tho Tarltr." pin id Ilia I'nllail Htiitii. VcKclablo Compound "Thny iniiila tho rudtu'tloii of 1872.' iMpia.ulpl hy on'' man. 11ml Hint Hie Restored HorlleaUli. way Hid mlllor, "nnd OnorRa 11. Our- laiuoeanlHlha of IIhiIJh- - with i inpu lo .ay llui loaat. Mm nay., "It wan. lullun o( :lna,(Mii) .hull cii.t a vol" riillnilflpliln, Pa. "1 wanvprywi'iilc, iinoHt iinfoitunato iiuil uiiilniply, nnd WU.I Hi Ilia I'iiIUkI Hlnlim'f I "Who i'aii Jiimiry uhlan lo Hn I. ntwny. Iiuil, my bai'U njlii'd. mid felt 11,11,, ut 0e rnus ,,( t ll(, iniiPh to Hn. iliinii. l,l,,,,l,, .a. or I'nu luu.Hnii miio.Miii h.ir I woiil to 11 timi- oar (loiihlu of Hie folhmlnu I'ultP'l Iii tha UMta h MiU pi iloilor nuil ho .alii I had mi von hull- ihiiowu iin t In "panic of UT.t " .HlaleT which ml-- I ,pr tho w tuin t nmaMt "What aort id lumilanco I. II llml .pml lUHUnl .unco... -- On A,,. .7. 1,71. ;iK,,Tr,.Wn.! r.a.iMin pruMiMwua that wniiyiiiK iml of a iIpIukiUIoii wont to Wuhlnuton to HiU4NI of l.lUi'ilii .hull In Hi" I'UUU ! iiml lio'uHk lho Vui mill IIphiih I'liauulHiiii tlii tlni" i"uul I" HI of tha world, lima a 141,1,1 If wM not r Mltt ,1,,,,-- ,, m)l ti,u iMnum-Com- U.0WU.000 thu iiila "f Hip 1'iiH"! am in ma -- naw r.fi.r.PK aaawarTOaa.-nn- p .frti saiaroar- ,., --- nniir - , - imii'-- - it.i.iiB.. ,. inlam ' : a iTit,atiiit unit li.'l' imnrt-- nt jtwrrtment wna.i-iii.il.- vaaavaawaw. ., .m.-r- ravvaiiavn ... 11 lkt '! ftrt ,.. '' I I THE FRIENDLY TOBACCO 81 1 a. y ," . r- ri "Friendly" is a very good word to describe the positively pleasing quality that sets VELVET tobacco apart. There 13 that indescribable something about VEL-VEthat is associated in men's mir.ds with the thought of a friend. I 0 nj; t - n-- Di-o- ,,, ,,, ,,,.,..,, ,.,, 1 unl This? f I It is a satisfying smoke never harsh; without a bite. Like a friend it agrees" with you no matter how much you use it. Long, patient ageing in wooden hogsheads does it. Good tobacco the same way. An army of men have learned this through VELVET. Today is a good time to get a lot of comfort out of a pipeful of friendly VELVET. JitfltltjfCfCl&DaCacco Gx slowly. Friendship must ripen Tli-r- '' m ne , n. l I l 11 lnoti ,. Roll a VELVET ft Cigarette mitilncti and unoothnrit tnahe il jutt right for cijtarrttcM. VELVET'S nature. agtd 15 $ unuu wmw WJl'v " - Av ' VftVi, p It'll .' rt ')ut rmBTauumastiEnitwjuiz:.! wcri almoMl .t. i ttn.r.rui. j i 1 11 11 fall-IMp- ," .tlruik du.iili "Hut," to mako pergonal investlKutlons. ho iilmpni'd, "tho party Icarni'tl Ita Markttl concern on tho part of AmeriiilKtuko. ami corrt'i'ti'd It, Ju.t uh ican omployors la IicIiib ovlncud on (inraril ihIvIhi'U Hid Uuiiiocriitlc par ucrount ot tho wltloaproud oxotliiH. ty tu' correct Km inl.tako now mid ,()no of tho largo Hloal plantH reports Klvn il u 'Inrlff that will I'rotoct our that ovtir CU pur coul of its alien havo aniiounctul their intenhomo uiarloit." ccrni HiroiiKliout the country havo made similar reports. 11a-l.- lo hiiiii-111- II com-poelli- K hlaii-phii.u- y imn-l.ai- 1 Chlhlren that are nffcctctl hy worms aro palo and hlckly nnd to coutract sumo fatal disease. White's Cronm VonnlfUK" expels tion of rotiirnli.K to Kurnpo as soon worms i.romptly and puts tho child Hut tho hoys had koiio. wa Price 30c per h (hoy art) able, and 01 per cenl of on tho road to health. Soltl hy Ohio County Drujj A ri'i;iihir mornliii; opuratluti ot thu.ni, it In Bluted, ilcclnrt'd thai they hottle. m thu IiowoIh pulH yon tu lino Hhapo for woro koI.ik to atay. Many othor con- - Co thu day'a work. It you iiiUh II you mt fool iincotufortahlo nnd cannot liii Into your inovuinoiitH. For all howol lrri'i;iil:irltliiH llorlilno U tho romiuly. It purilloH, HtionKtlituiri mul ruKUlali'H I'rlcu i(lc. Kohl by Ohio ' in County Driif; Co. . I J POLISH I'lllM'H APPOINTKH .MIMSTIIlt TO WASIII.NHTO.V I'rlnco Canluilr Knhomirtik iippoinli'd Pull.h minister, to tho Culled StutuH, aceortlliiK to a Wni'Hiiu dlHiiatoh. Otlior mlnlstors lunliiilo K. V. DuiowHki, niliilsliir in 1'iiiIh; .M. Sttivhek, minister in I.tm- -, don; .M Kowuloki, mlnlslur at tho Vatican; m. I'lltx, intulstor In liucli-uit'.- l, anil Count Ailam Tarnowskl miii Tninou, uiiuUti'i' In Tokio. hint ht't'ii " Paris THIS WEAK, Sgiijiiii!! lbs ii aoiiai bupcrvision eince its intancv. ..,...,., ,,u w,,w w UHV.1H. JUU iu 1.1113. All Counterfeits, Imitations and J " are but Experiments that trifle with atid endanger the health of Infanta and Children Experience against Experimsnt. Xf-ftJT- TT Children Cry for Fletcher's f TU m .. NERVOUS MOTHER n.-c- r in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - ana nas ueen made under his per- 7 - Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been ffj si . . 1 s Just-as-go- I 11 11 t. ,, pgrai Iin 1 1 Htritanr 'I'k'J no7'd'Jpll 'i;itnlilo :' il.,,,.,,-,i- l I lata of lllltamc) uuiniia (ha m aalM aulorad iihIIoii. In Hip Io.hup. Ui Haad dmlinad. iihhihmi uhoiit il par pant iH" . lii'iiitlaoniiicliniioiit rt'ducllon. ' I.vcllll K. I'illUlulUl'H as pi paut MHioiihIi niu ot r"' "VIttaaa HHtloH, ha aulil. iu "Hip Mi' V tlNta of suppraHllnii ami IihipI in 1'l.lViiShliTn. btirkatlsui" Ilia laaKim unuld umlip Tlin iiuijnrity of 11.otl.am nowmlny.. I htfM tka "Mew KtiNUiiuna of Hn ovunlo, tlicro nro ao many ik'umiula tho rwiult nim tl.olr ll.noniiml BtivnRth, rim down, nilU wcakon.sl, Invarinhly lor llaml .lr.'la.!d It una Unia, iii'iAiniBcondillimwitliliPBilaidip., I.aok- , ami iltiuaaHtiilloti a. to tha pur ami .oi.vi.ioii poara or ina isin hi pkhm.. huh in ,,,,, mora pcllotlH niunonm uavoioij. K (hut i .nil in MUiinilaiN of (ln Ii'hriio iri Mt In nt aiii'lipprloilt In life ' ( wlill" In III" 'John Mutton' MtMTla. II wit. whl to ho UN hlnli imuinl invlumhanil wmilcil 1110 to tryit. 1 look it fori wai'k ami fKltnllttloIjat- I UpiiI II 1111 fur lhironnmll.il. anil im-- . I foal linn nml enn ont mijtliliiR now ,. niiniiiniiiiiiii'i- - r . " Com iininoa. Piilluranii. S.illillill J. .. vMm.i.,i, ivilvln l.mmiK. ami Mru ''w. M1I ICIdor wnro in tho ilalnisution, ami cinyiou Mo.Mluliiuil of lln I'htlailoN ,,,hi Noilll Alllnri.Mll Until aloiltT. To II11I1111I '''' - ""' nla Jim . f' u ,"",, ,Uo i,,i, I'licoiii.' I'tMlinpM you liavo nuvor thuiiKkt of it. hut this dUi.rdnr la duo to a luck of uiolritiii'ii lu tho rosidiiul mutter of tlm food. If you will think 1111 Mhiiuiliiucn ot water, oat raw fruits .mil tnko lota of outdoor oxoraigo, you may he 11I1I11 eventually to over-com- o It oiitit'.ily. In tlm nioautliuu 11. e the miwt iiiild iiml i;ontlo laxa tive.. Slnini; mi. I hnrsli cat hurt ica take too much water out of the and mako a hail mutter womo Cliuinhnrliiln'H Tnhhitu aro easy nnd pltuiaiint to take, und most ii;reoablo (live tluim 11 trial. in onVct in ('oio-llpallonys-to.it ! Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cjntain3 neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its For more than thirty years it has tiRe is itu guarantee. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, V.'ind Colic nud Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness aiisjr therefrom, and by reflating tha Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of MEBiUaBBSi: ALWAYS m fc AI.1K.NS l.iaVI.NC COl'XTItV. Pallor.... Uoouw un.l l.on- iim.lo Bw.,li.ia. l'r..Hld..t (Irant "Ik nrtid Hint Im would lio kIiuI to bIkii . an.l ,t tilll .nptutlliiir tlm radni-tlnu,,, , , H(l ml WM ,S7r W..a...,,.. hIruu.I. Wllii.l IHi 1110 ox.-ollo- rtJuult." 111 ' 11 --; , .in. ' of Hie wnilJ In ;,'V';. j(j tl tm( ward (r lr a.ii.ir warn 1111 10 ..r u miinhar of ,....n,a U.,.u..l.om.s l0 j,jrit VoiiJji.ii, lrado, Uii jcJh hoj TlmiiKiiiuW of Italians, Hohomlans and Polex dally are Iu.iyIhk tho Unit- oil State for Kitropo, tho statu do-- j Various reasons: imrtitmut repnrU for their departure aro glvon, chief aiming which nro iinoniploymont and) family Interests abroad; many of tho t foreigners tdnte that thoy have not. heard from their families since the war began a&.l they are idug acroaj yff&c In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought DEMOCRATS SELF-LE- D that ho did not hellevo nny treaty should lie in ml o a party measure KAISER UNCHANGED MlN. - ..u.ii i.rfiu.Ju . .Slicrniiiii t'oiR'criiPil. SnH AtLc.irns Of Pcaro Term Senator Sherman, ot Illinois, extitude I'ninovuhlo. pressed great concern over the position in which tho commlttcc'H noAmcrongcn, Wednesday, May 28. tion hns left former President Taft. Since tho former Herman Empor-o- r, Making World League Party Ho feared It would leave Taft withhns been acquainted with tho Issue Will Prove out nny party nt nil. The senator penco terms he has hecomo even iclnred tha J'ivS hns ceased to ho more Invisible, to tho outer world. Bomerang. any factor u thu llepuhllcnn party Tho only possibility of catching n nivl dciri'lbcd him na "the crown glimpse of htm Is when ho crosses prince of !"pu .ran error." o twlco dally, going the Washington, Mny 29. Thnt the i think the I eaRiio of Nations to and returning from his log-saDemocratic Nntlonal Committee blun- oiU'.ht to ookc ihe highest judgment Ing In the garden of tho cnstlc. and dered In declaring the League of Na- of the American people and be decld- - tllcn ho lg onl. wlthin sight for about tions a parly issue which all Romo- ml Irrnutinctlvn (if ii.irtv." Snnnlnr' i ' " " "" !.... ,1.1 ....,... v i. n. ...,i..i,. ,iur sutuiius, repeated request ... ........ ..,.,,.,. SIlcrman gni.i. -- The Democratic sen Replying to a for i, Bl-'ntonfollow """,' a declaration, tho former ...,.. j w'"", . . ...,. ..... linllnviul l.v tlinaul lenders however, blindlyIndividual their sent tho following words: emperor ac and havo no senators mat t no action or tlic com tfnti wltli nnn nr two PYrpnl InnH. ,....intn.i TiHnnn nn.ii .u ' " !.. nilltoe will seriously endanger thoU, nro I)emi,erntK ln the Seato Lv n,,IlU(,c ,B Uncl.anKo,l. fate of the league In tho Senate and who know perfectly well that the Tno messenger, General von Es- boforo the people. leagii'i a ill not bring peace, and yet tonff, Bnvo tho correspondent no hopo Several Democratic senators, they are tvilng to voto for it." thnt anything was likely to bo given tho question privately exout for publication. It Is virtually pressed the bollef that tho Imiuedlntc If you havo tho Itch, don't scratch. Impossible to learn anything regard'effect of tho nntlonal commltteo ac- It does not euro tho trouble and ing tho former emperor's llfo or tion will be to solidify the opposi makes tho skin bleed. Apply 's plans, as everybody In the castlo is tion. Mnny Republicans who hnvo Hub it in Snow Mulmcnt. to maintain siwavering In tholr attitude, par- gently on the nffected parts. It re- under strict orders been lence. tially Inclined to support tho league, lieves Itching Instantly and n few apApparently there is no excitement will now loin the onixisltion In as-- 1 plications removes tho cause thus amongst the members of his suite much as It has been made a Demo- performing a permanent cure. Prlco over the peace terms, tho only porcratic Ibsuc, ln tho opinion of these 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold tion of which interests tho Imperial senators. m eslle is the clause relating to himby Ohio County Drug Co. In this connection, the words of self. President Wilson in his speech In WEALTHY ASl'TIMANK Tho former empress appears to bo Now York Just before Mulling for Pariiimxci more affected than her husband, and Tho Presis, were sharply recalled. Is evidently under the Impression ident on that occasion declared that London, May 31. Fearing con- that the powers will succeed In bring no party would "dare" to make tho fiscation of capital by the Austrian a tribunal. Thero ing League of Nations a partisan ques- KiviTi.iiiuui u, .,,.-c- t ,........,. IJmV0him before cxtraor(Unary move w.u ,)een no tion. y uiu payment th(J nJ)0Ut th(J mMo ,ato) iui7 Trap N IVaroil. treaty, many wenuny Ausinans are only visitor being Dr. Kralge, who Tho Democratic senators who havo reported to be smuggling large quancamo from Berlin In connection with been nrmlng themselves for tho bat- tities of securities acros the border the liquidation of tho personal esleague are Into Switzerland. tle In tho Senate over tho Securities valued tates of tho Hohenzollorns in Berwondrlng how tho national commit- nt $1,000,000,000 aro reported to lin. tee Intends to reconcile its action with havo beon already transferred across this pnrtlng Injunction of the Presi- the frontier. To Present Reklilng. One senator suggostcd that dent Alrplnncs nre being used in some Make a regular habit of eating Chairman Cunnnins has led the party cases to transport Jewelry, securities slowly, masticate your food thorough Into a trap which will Involvo the and other valuable property out of ly, and you may have no further trouleague covenant and tho party or- reach of tho Vienna government, acble. If you should, take one of ganization, loo. cording to Swiss correspondents, Sev- Chnmborlaln's Tablets immediately Senator Overman of North Caro- eral wealthy Hungarians, seeking to m supper. lina, whs outspoken in expressing his keep their money and valuables out after disapproval of the National Com- of tho clutches of tho Soviet leaders, mittee's action. He declared that he are reported to have sent consign- YANKS RHINO ONLY FORGKTS THE DOG wished It had not beon dono, and ments to Vienna by alrplano with inadded: structions for their transfer across Hrest, May ID. American soldiers "The Democrats in the Senate have the Swiss frontier by neutrals. who escaped from tho embrace of been trying all the time to keep the There havo been hints that tho League of Nations from becoming a Vienna government is winking nt this Mars, but who fell beforo the darts of party question. Our attitude has been traffic in order to bo able to prove Cupid and married French girls, aro that It Is too big a question to bo that Austria is bankrupt and unable permitted by Undo Sam to bring home their brides at the expense of made a matter of politic. It should to pay any lnrgo Indemnity. tho government. grounds as a o-be seftl'Ml on brond Recently there appeared at the I am sorry that the National Liinie Rack Relieved. whole apply Chamber troop movement olhco a. burly ser- otherwise." Commlttfi" has decided For lame bark accompanied by a woman bear t, liiiiuiMctiry Pointed Out. lain's Liniment twice a day and of me uacK over ing a babe in arniB, three other anx Th- effect In the Senate probably sag tno muscles women and another will be very noticeable. Every Demo- the seat of pain thoroughly at oach woman. An old gentleman also lu who has spoken for the application. crat!'' lonator belonged to tho party. league up to this time has charged Thoy were, respectively, tho wife, Republicans havo tried to MISSOURI SHARPSHOOTER that the mother-in-laRICPORT baby, sisters-in-laGOT Mt, HUNS make it a partisan quohtlon. In view of tho sergeant. He and father-in-laof this, tho fact that tho Republican Madison, Mo., May 31. Roy Far- - wanted them to return to America National Commltteo has Issued numerous statements, declaring that it roll, son of Taylor Farroll, of this with him. 'You win," said tho desk ofllcer. would not nttompt to make It a party city, who had tho reputation ln this aro now part of Missouri as tho best shot, is "You must havo been the greatest ouestlon. tho Domocrats placed In the position of being tho said to havo maintained his roputa- - soldier of them all; you certainly flrst to do the thing which they ro- - tlon while wltli mo a. r. r. in havo nerve." their oppouonta Franco. If roports received hero pcatcdly charged Inro true, ho accounted for some 2G0 with doing. Now Hnmpshlre, llluns, and his friends aro willing to Senator Moses, of FOR FLETCHER'S a Republican senator, assorted today! put this record up against any other fJ that the action of the Democratic A. E. F. soldier. won at Funston, t with tho Farroll. while lonunlUeo was A CHRISTMAS RATH. traditional attitudo of that party with jsharpshootlng honors. When ho to treaties. Ho recalled that rived ln Franco, soldier frionds say, At tho world's convention of the the Democrats opposed tho Hawaiian ho cut a notch In his rlflo butt for treaty in lS9:i, the Panama treaty ' every Hun ho got. They numbered Woman's ChrUtlan Tomporenco Union lu Roston, Sidney Dalas, of ten years later .and had made a party 2G0 beforo ho was wouuded In an told a group of roportors this on the treaty with Spnln nt the gngcinent. Ho was sent to a hospital, conclusion of tin war He declared and It Is not yet known hero If lie tomperonco story: "My wife," said Mr. Dallas, "is one Farrell himself has bus recovered. never written of his shurpahooting of tho most earnest temperance workers in Australia. In tho course of record. her missionary work sho hears many MHXDKNHALL'S a strango talo. A Melbourne woman SAYS IKMTOIt fill LL TONIC REST SL'RSTI- - told ltor last Christmas time how, one night ln tho holidays, her husband TUTi: FOR Ql'ININH. stayed out till about three a. m. Wo J. S. Wells, M. D., Woldneri, Ark., till know what that moans. "Well, this man, when ho got Kvrltes: "I havo beon practicing in 'Arkansas 20 years and constantly home, thought that ho would go boldprescribe Mendonhatrs Chill & Fovor ly to tho bathroom and tako u bath. d That would remove from his wife's Tonic whoro quinine is for children and adults with mind nny suspicions as to his condiIt btioks whoro oth- - tion. It would show her, in a word, weak stomachs. ers foil." Wo make chill tonic in ho was perfectly sober. So he lin 'two forms, ono which contains no nr- -' dressed, filled tho tub and plunged senlc mid ono with red label con ln. Hot ami fevered as ho was, ho tainlng 20 minims Fowlor's Solution enjoyed tho bath. As ho splashed of Arsonlc to oach lluiil ounce. Chill and scrubbed and puffed ho hoard a tonic with arsonlc Is Indlcutod in slight noise, and looking up, saw his chronic malaria anaonila (bloodloss-ness- ) wlfo ln tho doorway. "Sho was regarding him with an gonornl doblllty. Improves tho condition of tho blood when result- expression of unspeakable contempt. Ar- Ho was rathor amnzod at that. Rut ing from malarial lnlluonceH. Ho lowered his also useful ln scaly skin orup-tion- s he said nothing. senic is head and went on scrubbing. and chronic ecaoina. "Well, what aro you doing?' sho Sold by Ohio County Drug Comm asked. pany. I "Can't you soo whnt I'm doing?" 'ho anawored. "I'm taking n bath." SHELLS MARK IN U. S. ROMRARD YANKS "She sniffed and said, as sho turn-o- il A Nerve Sedative that has to go, "Why don't you take off been successfully used in Lowell, Mass., May, 31. Lowoll your uitderclothos, thou?" Infantry the treatment of Epilepsy, boys In tho 104th Totil sector woro DECLARES ANY WIFE IS that Jarred to find in tho Hysteria, and other NervWORTH 8175 A MONTH thoy wero bolng bombarded with ous Disorders for the past sholls mnde in tholr home city. Pittsburg, Muy, 31. Ono wife Is Capt. Walter W. Austin, ot the 104th. now back at his home xpluiii8 that worth $175 a month lu tho estimation V thirty years. DRUGGISTS SOLD BY ALL tho sholls uiado in Lowell had lioen of Dr. J. A .Mount, n local Uaptlst shlppod to tho Hiiftdnus, oaptured by pruaoher. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind, Rev. Mount got all the inon of his tho Germans, sqnt ovr to tho west-ccongregation to attend services in ob and fired at our soldiers. front INTO THEIR OWN TRAP drnw-bridg- lu ","' .,,.... ' 7 .. ...... " I I Hal-lard- . sixuritirs "My dealer was tight they do satisfy!" , i I ;" There's more to a cigarette than "pleasing the taste." Other cigarettes, besides Chesterfields, can do that But Chesterfields do more they begin where the rest of 'em stop! Because Chesterfields "touch the smoke-spotthey let you know you are smoking they do SATISFY I There you have it SATISFY. It's all in the blend a blend of fine selected TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos. And the blend' can't be copied. That's why it's Chesterfields or nothing if you . want this new thing in cigarette enjoyment. ," tfKWA-Z&yAU' &CUCiCO Cot) o mas-.gean- - ious-looki- w w of Turkish in and Domestic tobaccos blended ,, $$& bv in in 'Fff hub ii lom-lston- Children Cry CASTO R ii HE9HHMIESHH9SBBHttQBHESE9BHB6BHBB9ES93nEHMBBSHBIMMBMES9BS9BB9KHBSBEfiBBBIKMXH on-flg- ht Mol-hourn- c, contra-Indicate- Those Epileptic Attacks by Using m servance of Father's Day. "They all ONLY XT, MKN OF 1,100 "wearing IN HATTALIO.V RFITRN came," said Dr. Mount, dandelions ln their lapels and exLondon, May 31. Tho steamship pecting to bo patted on tho back. I massed them where I could better get Olypiplc, which sailed for Halifax nt them and thon I told them tho a short time ago, carried homeward value of a woman from a financial what perhaps is the most battletrled standpoint." Horo aro somo of the battalion of tho whole great war. things the clergyman told tho men: This is tho Third of tho First Rrlgado "You pay ovorybody but your wife. First Division of Canada's overseas Your con gets pocket money, your force. daughter a clothos allowance, but Tho four battalions constituting your wlfo gets only thanks and some- this brlgado were mobilized at in August, 1014, all from the times not that. If your wife dies you pay a housekeeper 575 a month nnd Province of Ontario, and many of hire another woman to come In and tho enlisted men Americans. Though saw of tho battalions do tho washing and heavy work. all four Kvery tlmo your children get sick ou service, It was tho Third which sufhavo a nurse. Any wlfo in tho world fered casualties sufficient to astound Is worth ?175." jtho most blase military man. For ; the Third was wiped out eleven times OrigiIn Its four years of fighting. ISOOZK IN MKIMCINRS TO FOOL T1IK SICK nally at full strength of 1,100 men, the battllon's roll now carries nearly Read tho label. You can bank on 12,000 nanios upon It. Only 45 men of tho original 1,100 it If tho label reads 10 to 20 per cent .ilcohol that such a medicine returned to their homos. Tho either lio "on Flanders field dopenda on Its whisky offect to soil It. Most of thoso "wonderful" tonics and whore popples blow," or died misera"master mcdiclnos" make tho patient bly In Gorman prison camps. The feel temporarily bottor from tho stim- valient Third, rqjuvounted so many ulating offect while nt tho same time tlmos, by fresh accessions of man, boasts no loss than 430 decorations, thoy aro undermining health. "Number 40 For Tho Wood," con- of which two aro tho coveted Victoria tains but 9 por cont alcohol and you Cross. can not drink It "ad libitum." One teaspoonful is a dose for an adult. According to the astrologers, parIt Is an old doctor's proscription and sons born in tho sign of Aquarius has been successfully employed ln and trusted blood poison, mercurial and load aia "highly estoomad through llfo." An astrological treacapoisoning, scrofula, rhoiimatism, In 190S quotes tarrh, constipation, llvor ind stom- tise which was Issued this statomont and cites Kaiser Wil-helUnder Its use uodos, ach troublos. as a aamplo ot the' Aquarius tuuiois, goltro and scrofulous swoll-lug- s, never product. The aetrologlut that huvo withstood all other treatment, disappear as If by magic. dreamed thon that tho kulser would driven into exile Mado by J. C. Mondenhull, 10 years be dethroned ami bo condomned to perdition by all a druggist, Evansvlllo, Ind. Sold by and humanity.' Thoro was a splendid Ohio County Drug Co. chance for astrology to htve told the world what was In store and thus proved its reliability, hut it failed to FOR FLETCHER'S do It and thus lost the greatest ohaiiM ever. The btars wild that thu kaliir ' m would becomo a favorito and bo much The stars didn't liked by everyone." He, but the astrologors did. And yet there aro large numbers of pooplo who believe ln astrology. But It's a good thing that human beings aro so different nnd that no matter how absurd a thing is, thero aro always thoso who will accopt It and got Inspiration ami comfort out of it. HIS MOTHKR DKAD, HAYS MARKS SPHF.C1C Muskogee, Okla., May 29. Will II. Hays. Republican national chairman, xpoko here today on national political Issues after receiving a telegram from Sullivan, Ind., announcing tho death thero last night of his mother, Mrs. Mary Hays. lloforo Mr. Hays left Indiana last Saturday on his trip to tho Southwest, his mother, who had been lu falling health for many years and know tho end was noar, exacted a promise from him that ho would carry out his speaking ongagoments, regardless of her condition. Mr. Hays will return to Indiana, to attend tho funeral of his Vnl-cartl- er Children Cry OAST.ORI A The Doctor Away From Homo Wltuu Mat Needed. People aro often very much disappointed to llnd that their family physician is away from homo whan they most need his service. Diseases like pain in tho stomaoh and bowels, colic and diarrhoea require prompt treatment, and havo iu niuny instances proven fatal before modi-ciu- o could bo procured or u physloian summoned. The right way is to l;eai at hand a bottle of Chaiuborlaiu'H Ni Colic and Diarrhoea Romody. physician can proscribe n bettor medicine for these diseases. Iiy having it ln the house, you esoap lnuoh iwiu and suffering and nil risk, Ruy It m how; it may save life. (The Karlford Republican '' thf"n t0 cxrrM,i 'hc 'Mn control of railroads for a five year cerlod. as prnosed by Mr. McAdoo Of (Dy Fluke McFlnke.) Published Weekly by HAlUTOr.D PRINTING COMPANY! the 5,667 replies 4.915 were against land only 625 for government control. Incorporated ve have done some work In , jr .1 From thwe replies It appears that garden, that 1. our wife has Editor Mr. McAdoo and he Eald the Prel- - we have paid out In cah some l1 JOHN HENKY THOMAS $ 12.00 and all we have is a few r w. s. TIVSI.KY. Associate Editor dnt approved of his proposition made a poor guess as to the senti toe stems, a lot of weeds and aout and Business Manager. ment of the country on government 4 bushels of bugs. control. Entered according to law at the Rv. R. E. Fuqua says he set tobacPostoffice, Hartford, Ky., as mail The capitol building at Frankfort co plants this week untill his eak Vbtter of the second class. 'is a msgnificlent structure and hon-'o- squeaked like a new saddle, but final alike that city and the state, but ly stopped the screeching after ui?ig to Address all communications it is unfortunate that the temper of some sx bits worth of perfectly g d Hartford Republican. The itne time oi us ouiiuing erecieu ai me iarn. we auTjse me 1'reacher e entrance to the capitol grounds a keep stooped more in order n sue NOTICE TO SUBSCniBERS. monument that must stand as an un- - grease. c?iililliKa rtftelvlnrf ia ftfl TiflF C&nf to a new Vddress must give the old happy reminder of the most unfortunate period In the state's history, We know of one man in town v.,i address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c the dark hours of 1S99. We refer got so badly mxled up on date 'id )er line, and 5c per line for addition- - ,0 the 9Wtnte of senator Goebel. Sen- - he gave his wife a dollar to n i i.i ' Obituaries, e v,r'ure?' at home from Prayer-meetin- g Resolutions and Card5or GoM h"d her unable to go out) on ' t of Thanks. Be cer line, money in ad- - he rendered no such service to his state as would entitle him to the dis- Tuesday night. It serves him r.ght. ranee. Church Notices for services free, tinction of a statue at the entrance to 'cause this fellow ought to know, as but other advertisements, 5c per line. the Capitol, and Its chief.end will be everybody else does know, that .nettAnonymous communications will to remind the visitor of a period of ings of this kind are always held on receive no attention. Kentucky's history that few men will Wednesday nights in this burg recall with pride. TELEPHONES. 123 Cumberland We sometimes wish on these hot ' CO By passing the federal suffrage days that the laws of the land and Farmers Mutual 'amendment congress has at last right- - customs of the community would perAf- - ' mit we old, soggy men to appear In OVNE C ed the wrong of forty centuries. FIimAY of the states have rati- - ' public attired proportionately as some ter ' fied the amendment our wives and of the most fashionable of the fairer mothers-in-lawill proudly march sex. e see some of these Janes ANNOUNCEMENTS ' with we lordly men to the polling nlmnst pvpi-- ii.iv who are. tni-- n ns We are authorized to announce I. booth. Glancing back over the pages a Whole, fully half dressed if not 8. Mason a candidate for Representa- - 0( history one shudders to think what J more, and they sure do look good to live of Ohio county, subject to the a fearful risk we took of wrecking all us when viewed from the standpoint action of the Republican... party at the ships of state, by withholding the 0r imnip cooi ennmnrt .. a - A ft the primary election August , ballot from the pettlcoated half of the trace. But the day of deliverance is Say! Brothers, its a mighty good We re authorized to announce at hand. The women being deliver-Georg- time to sleep with your breeches unBaker, of Muhlenburg county e(j from political bondage will deliver der your head, 'cause there's a beauty a candidate for the nomination for tne country from all its evils. Stasd-Stat- e specialist in town, not that the sad Senator In the 7th Senatorial jng jn the sunlight of female freedom beauty culturist isn't on the district, composed of the counties of we fjn(i jt difficult to understand why but most wives and daughters, have Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub- - jehova nominated as a strong dislike to asking for a bit no women joct to the action of the Republican prophets and why the Messiah failed of coin to have their wrinkles Ironed HIGHWAY MEETING. party at the primary election, August to mix them as leaven with the out, dimples made more prominent . 1919. Apostles But then one must consld- - anti hairs tinged with gray, changed er the primitive age in whclh those t0 natUral again. Be on your guard Double Call Made For .Tutu 1 th- Meet In Owensboro. We are authorized to announce selections were made. Truly the hovs.r watch the nursn string i ' Dr. T. G. Turner, of i..i., i .uuuieuuurB world advances. County, as a candidate for the nomiThe officials in charge of the pro- John Henry shore did give me some nation tor State Senator in the 7th., When shall we have peace? Six disappointment when he came back'posed Louisville to Henderson River Senatorial district, composed of onths after the armistice was signed ; from Frankfort and Louisville. While route road, have called a meeting of Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coup the Allies presented to Germany the ' he didn't zactly flatfootedly promise the olliclals and delegates for Ow- ties, subject to the action of the Re terms upon which they would call off to fetch me nothin, still he led me to ensboro, June the 11th, and Judge pub!;, an Party at the primary eieC' the dogs of war. They fixed a defi- believe that I might expect sumthin. .Mack Cook, chairman of the proposed tlon to be held August 2nd., 19U. nite date for the German acceptance. You can imagine my chagrin when he Bowling Green to Owensboro Federal has called a meeting tThe day arrived and Germany ask- - dug down in his satchel (me stamlin aid, post-roathe Allles' ed for an extension of time. One there with my mouth waterin and of all the officials and delegates of Instead of accepting peace terms, on the last day of grace, week was given The week expired 'toncue haneln out! anil nulled forth the latter nroiect. to be held at the Thursday of last week, the Germans and Instead of an acceptance Ger- - a bottle, on the label of which were same place and the same date on tho other meeting Is schcdul- h offered peace terms to the Allies, many made ounter proposals, in ef- - the words "Ginger ale, made In 1 d to take place. and now what are they going to do feet laying down terms upon which ford, by Jess Hoover." Go-pact. sure had a Job to keep from murdcrin The things done and provided for it would sign the peaca about it? Again a time extension was granted Thomas. .between now and the 11th., and the i things decided at this meeting will In The Hartford Herald criticises the until June 25. The result Is that Republican party for Incorporating Germany gains time, her best asset, FOR SALE. Jail probability, settle the question as to whether Ohio county is to get both. plank in it's platform. It is easier to criticise than to con-TOne large, chestnut, sorrel mare, or either of these Improved highways are criticism is not unexpected, since struct. The Allies' conferees 7 years old, 16 hands high, excellent Hancock county, of course, is making only a few months ago that paper familiar with the problems to be defended lynching. .Justed. They are the Judges of the traveler to buggy and gentle for a strong fight for the River route to 'justice of the terms proposed. His- - children to drive. Will work any pass down tho river, and through her The continued rains are brought tory will hold them accountable for where and is a good brood mare, in territory and If successful tho road must be lost to tho upper end of Ohio the best of condition. about a critical cond 'or. with our their work. A peace to be a'nd ihr Inslit .if '.ho cj'h mancnt and enduring must be Just, county, and from a selfish standpoint, E. B. MASON, or rather becauso of our Interest In planting season r.pp trhi'5. We are We undertake to pass no Judgement 16tf Buford, Ky. the home people and home county, If not in authority on farming, but ven- - on the terms proposed, but It does FOR SALE. anybody must lose a road, we Jiim ture the suggestion that planting of appear the plain duty of those charg-sho- rt naturally wish the lohi on Hancock season growth corn be proceed- - ed with the responsibility of concludTwo good farms, 70 acres each, county. ing peace to propose Just terms of ed with, rain or no rain. ? peace and insist upon immediate ac- - Good dwellings, barns, other neces- The building of the B. G and buildings, orchard?, walor, onjensboro road is altogether a matter of ceptance. occurrence The similtancous 'with the tieonle aloim the route The rural mail route. bomb outrages In various cities of For particulars address road is assured when local funilf of CASH BASIS PRICES. the country on the night of Juno 2, 1.'t6- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. sufficient amount arc guarantci-Ho should be met with a firm band. Dastardly deeds call for heroic remeI will give you a few prices under dies. The hand of the law should my cash basis and no delivery plan, to bo laid heavily and swiftly upon the show you that I will save you money. 1 porpetators of these outrages. 48 pounds best flour 3.10. 24 pounds best flour, $1.55. The Supreme court of the United 1 bushel meal; $2.30. States upholds postmaster general 10 pounds best sugar, $1.10. teleBurleson's raise of Intri-stat- e 5 cans best corn, $1.60. graph and telephone rates. This 6 cans good corn, $1.00. decision takes the last prop from unNo. 1 galvanized tub, 95c. der our ancient doctrine of the right No. 2 galvanized tub, $1.30. of the state to regulate its internal No. 3 galvanized tub, $1.50. affairs. It is a declaration that the Best five tie broom, 80c. state has no right the federal govGood four tie broom, 50c. ernment is compelled to respect. Rolled oats, 13c. 1 gallon White Syrup, 90c. Marlon county is the latess addi1 gallon Red Syrup, S5c. tion to tho twenty cent road tax Mutchos, C cents. column. Ono by one they nro falling E. '.. flow Salt, package, 5c. In, and It Is Ohio county's turn next. Good three ply Roofing, $3.00. Recent road agitation has brought Host Collar Pads, C5c. out the fuct that many voters who All other goods nt similar low , oppoied tho road tax at former olec- -' prices. nuns nru aiiAiuurt iu tuiu iui ji iiu. M. T. LIKENS. Nuwerotiii' requests are coining to the -- fiscal court to Biibmit the question TAIM'V. again at tho Augunl primary. STRAY STREAKS t IDeering Mowers 'Ji flV3rSS0SSSV i rs j&' 5jfe&4Lr two-thir- w .. ' .. ." e, For smoothness of action, lightness of draft and allround durability, the Deering Mower is without a superior. Don't fail to get our prices before you buy. We carry repairs at all times, thus saving worry of delay. . ,. W. E. Ellis V (SL Bro. TO MY CUSTOMERS I ! S V59SSf--SSf- of securing this prize in nn date highway. thore Interested should cc that tho' NOTICE lop is scaled in oruer to mane certain Beginning June 1st will adopt n ! d, Hart-'whic- ry the McHenry route until an examination is held and an appointment made Mr. Alvnh Palmer, rural carrier strictly cash basis in tho conduct of out of Mcllenry, has been ordered my business and will also discontinue transferred to rural service In New delivery. By eliminating bad acYork. Mr. Palmer came here sever-n- l counts and cost of delivery I can glvo years ago, having exchanged routes you better prices on your purchases. with Scth Motley at the Hartford of- Call and seo what we can savo fice. He was lator transferred from you In prices after these changes Hartford to McHenry. Mr. Palmer are made. Now located at the old gets his old New York route again. A. D. White stand. Mrs. Palmor, hi btibxtitute, will carM. T. LIKENS. Call on The Republican for Fino Job Printing. h! antl-lynchl- he per-farm- 'm &Fim if , j T WlW1MM ; m M. wn vc.; thjm v v . Ow-sar- y , " U J Inexpensive Blouses That Possess Real Charm and Character When you once become familiar with the character and tho ualitJt-of the extremely ninny Nplendld moderately pricvd Blouses to bo found hero at nil times, then your entire conception of what mi inexpensive Blouse might bo will liaxo been rhnngixl. Many folks ulio are iiiinrquaintcd with our unusual Blouso offerings aio of the opinion that n low- - price for a Blouse is not consistent with good Mile and real merit; this opinion will undergo u plriisiiiK revision when ono but learns of Just how good a Blouso a small sum will purchase here. For example take these: s Efficient Service Exceptional Facilities Conservative Management i3 ... e, Wirthmor Waists at $1.50 and they're Just us good as they They nro made of quality fabrics; they nro throughout with the utmost care; and they arc rut absolutely true to slo and warranted to bo perfect llttin. They teally them that we. urge their mminlnt-nneeshlhuo so wry imieli to u for wii know- - that a woaier of a Wirthmor most heroines a staunch ft lend and loyal aduilioi-- . aln.ijs good-lookin- Tliej'ro decidedly To these three features we re KcmiMookinir. fin-isli- ed Poor old Governor Black. We fMl for him. He wunu to b tltet- oil governor, a laudable ambition, iuul clituuistaiicea handicap him. atanlcy. lie of unsavory memory, left Black a blighting legacy. No doubt he would ti;. i khaki 'ho Pannels and Hatcher but how can Ue? They bold the trump curdt in ine game of Kentucky Democracy. It (loveruor Black shakes the old Stan. organisation he will lose the nom- tnatlon and if be carries it be will lose he tlM election, and, politician-likvrM put off the dty of doom by car. rying it. a. ! ' Sundiy school is progressing J' W. SuiwrlnMndrat I'rlvat Beth Uhoada arrived boras, st week, from Frsnos. He is the' second of juire Rhonda' soon to turn. Only one remains in Prance, nlc-sarry X. (ly re-U- r. attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to make our bank your bank. p, oue-tim- Winsome New Styles Now on Sale Wli'tlmior Waist be sold Ju Ju'sl ono hum! store in overy city uml they aw sold hgro only. iii Perdue (ell Saturday afternoon, and sprained her arm. The farmers have organised a Good y Roads Club around here and are lag to put the roada in traveling try-la- ow. Mrs. America condition. ' Ellis Hawklae, of Owensboro, risitlng relatives, kere. Ishmaei Bartlett lost a fine eow, "jj-last week. -- u Vuil Crowe palsied ArUtur Davis' The Pi ms garvlaa Company, of New fork, recently seal atit thirteen koiise laat weak. thjMiawiMl lwiHlrlaa te uewsptnera, ,lr Kirk and wlfa bankens ajtd IftiaiMM mm generally, toy light In Hartford. Mrs. ia ' RAnK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. Carson (&. Hartford, Ky. tait Wln. THE HEW EDISON The Phonograph With a Soul. a Mr W H Collins, ot T.oulsvlllo, s' financial agent of the Kentucky Orphann Home, Louisville, was A baby boy was born yestcrdny to in the city jesterday. tho wlfo ot Mr. Clnrcnco Hnrtlctt, of Mm trna Henhnm nnd Miss Lena Taffy. Ward, of i.o'Tcelc, left Wednesday , U . where they will spend Miss Mary Forcmnn. of Narrows, Is for visiting her sister, Mrs. Foster Ucn- - two wciks as guests of Nathan Ben- Mr Clnrcnco Taylor, of Point ricasant, was In town yesterday. Chll-dren- WASH SKIRTS Atnd Ti-Io- nett. Mr. nett. We always strive to get the best of every thing for our customers, and we now have in stock ready for your consideration the NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPH, in different style cabinets, priced at Misses Gorcn Flcencr and Leila Ernest Woodward, of LouisGlenn, who have been teaching in ville, was here a few days the first Arkansas, have completed their term of tho week. work and returned to their homes Mrs. W. U. Tlchenor has returned the first of tho week. from a vlblt with bor daughter, Mra. The Tackv" nartv. clven at the B. C. Unlrd .near Uedn. rink, Thursday night of last week, wns an occasion for much merriment Mr. J. T. Knlph and family, of family of Mr. for visitors as well as for tho3e par visited tho ticipating In the exercises. John Sandefur last week. Waists We are prepared; are you, for the hot weather that is before us? $175 to $285 We Want Every Lover of Music to Hear The Ellison Diamond Disk Phonographs The greatest singers and instrumentalist can be heard in your own home. Hours of recreating pleasure can be indulged in at a very small cost. Energise your body, revivify your mind and fill your soul with the reproductions of the masterpieces of your favorite artist by placing a New Edison in your home. A telephone call will be answered promptly and the New Edison demonstrated to you at your home, or you can see and hear one at our show room at the store. We have beon away from the office Prof. Wnrren Peyton, principal of graded school, was In flvo days since the last Issue of the tho Fordsvlllo Republican, and if tho paper is shy Leitchfleld the first of the week. Its usual volume of local news this week, we shall try to do better next Miss Mario llcr, of Owensboro, arIn Hartford yesterday and will week. rived be tho guest of Mr. J'.'c. Bennett's When you go out to plow your corn family. and find that you arc in need of a Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, good, double shovel plow, get are visiting relatives In Indlnnapolls, Blount's Truo Blue, and you will harlndlann. They made tho trip In n vest more corn. ACTON BROS. 49t2 machine. New goods, well. I should say so. Mr. Cal P. Keown left Wednesday for Itockport Indiana, where he goes We are receiving several shipments of Don't to nttend the graduating exercises of new goods ever few days. fall to call for what you want for we his nelce. will be glad to show you. lLER'S GROCERY. We have the Owensboro Wagon for You can't go wrong when you you. If you want to make up for lost get an Owensboro. time In cultivating your crop get one ACTON BROS. 49t2 riding of Blount's Ideal, Riley, of Dawson cultivators. Mr. and Mrs. Will ACTON BROS. Springs, arrived here Tuesday, to vis-- It 49t2 Hartford, Ky. Riley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Sam Riley. We hove Just received a large shipn line of Shoes, Miss Willie Lindley, who has been ment of tho and the price is attending school at Georgetown, re- WEAR-U-WELturned to her home, near Matanzas, from 9Sc to $4.48. It will pay you to come in and look before you buy. Wednesday. ILER'S GROCERY. W .II. Gillespie and children Mrs. Mr. Amos Carson has received a and Mrs. Bob Gillespie went to yesterday to visit Mrs. P. O. message announcing the birth of a daughter, to his sister, Mrs. George McKInney. Lee Thompson, of Fayette, Alabama. 1 am prepared to bottom your Mrs. Thompson was formerly Miss Olivo Virginia Carson, of this city. chairs. Bring them to me. H1NES, STEVE Mr. Rowan Holbrook received a tel (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. 49tf egram Wednesday from Texas stating Messrs. Maurice Barrass and Rus- that Elmo Jones, a Hartford boy who sell Pirtle and Misses Kathleen Turn- recently went to that state to work er and Norlne Black spent yesterday In the oil fields, had undergone a major operation and was recovering on the river, boating. nicely. Cook, Rev. Chester Stevens Judge Editor J. H. Thomas went to Louisniiil Rowan Holbrook attended a good meting nt Mt. Carmel, near ville Sunday where he spent the day roads and night with his family. He went Buford, Monday night. from there to Frankfort, Monday, to Oscar Lively, of Boonville, Indlnan, represent Ohio county in the drawing nnd Beulah Wilson, of Olaton, were for auto trucks, being distributed by married at the court house, Saturday, the Federal Government. Judge Cook officiating. Mrs. Amanda Phillips has as guests Mr. Dennis Walker, a popular mer- her sisters, Mesdames Rhoda Mason chant of Fordsville, and Miss Edna and Emma Weatherford, of OwensMr. Ed PorKathlyn Young, of tho same city, boro, her brother-in-later, of Owonsboro, and nephew, Mr. yesterday. were married L. C. Mason, of New York City. Mr. is temporarily Mason has recently returned from Marvin Bean, who located in Akron, Ohio, employed by military service In France. n Drug Company, is at home here for Furnish your house, or fill in your a few days with his children. needs, at ACTON BROS., furniture Yoo have heard of tho candy kid, department. We have everything a well we are tho PAINT KID, so don't you need from a Bread Spoon to you Duofold. Beds, Springs, Cots.Kltchen fail to get ILER'S prices before buy. Some prices, live and let live. Cabinets, Rocking Chairs, Tables and In fact everything that enters. into the Our correspondents will favor us complement ot an elegantly furnishcompletewith more frequent communications. ed house. Remember the If you are out of stationery notify ness of our line. ACTON BROS. us and we will replenish your stock. well-knowL Cen-terto- Our complete line of Ladies' Wash Skirts and Waists are ready for you. So don't put off buying,as you are sure to need them. Remember, that style makers say it is to be a white season. WsHRWK-EV) E UXSttlRT W WITH CARE I GET THE PRICES White Wash Skirts. .$1.45 White Wash Skirts.. $1.95 White Wash Skirts. .$2.95 and up to $5.95 White Wash Silk Skirts up to $9.95 jrms mauriaE has ehn YyCOLB WATtRSHRUNHANtt ) WILL NOT SHRINU If lAUNOCRCD ORD'NARY M VP jlj fj J' J J v ,f M Pi flgLaav! Wash Waists Others may lay great stress on some makes of Wool Waists, but our waists for $.w have no equal. Then, our wash waists for $1.98 are beyond match for quality, style and material. Don't forget these facts, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. ILJP Mrs. Leslie Combs Is spending the week at Dawson Springs. Mr. I. S. Mason was In town a few days tho first of the week. Mr. Virgil Elgin has purchased a II TROb, Well-Trie- d I E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. The Hartford FRIDAY . i We Have The International, Combination Disk and Shovel Republican .JUNK Cultivators Personal News tractor for use on his farm. and SoGial Euents, f Ow- Dr. O. E. Hart, of Beaver Dam, was hero on business Wednesday. Mr. Virgil Renfrow, of Duudee, went to Owensboro yesterday. Mr. Oscar Bishop, of Winchester, was in the county last week, visiting Esquire LcbIIo Combs was in ensboro yesterday. Go to ACTON BROS., for that bind- er Twine you need. 49t2. relatives. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Tappan returned Mrs. C E. Smith was in Owensboro Wednesday and Thursday. last night from a shopping trip to Louisville. Peas from Get your Whlppoor-wll- l W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Tho best place to get your RefrigIf ve don't have what you want In erators, Ico Boxes and Cream Freez- the furniture line we will order same ACTON BROS. W. B. Smith, of the Matanzas vicin- ers Is at for ) on on a small profit and have It ity, was In town, Tuesday. hcie in ten days Binder Twine of the best quality ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. Charlie Carden mado a busi- at prices that are right. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Attornoys A. D. Kirk and Otto Marness trip to Owensboro, yesterday. Anderson, Mrs. Birdie tin and Wo hnvo nt last secured two more stenographer, were in Livermoro Mr. Tom Likens is in Louisville, Osborno Disk Harrows. Tuesday, taking depositions in a law taking treatment for rheumatism. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. tOt 1 suit. 10-1- G William Alford Davison, eldest son J. E. Davidson, has accepted employment for tho summer, on the farm of James Chappell, near Sunnydalo. There are quite a few ether boys in this town, both older and yourj.tr than William Alford, who could materially assist the farmers ot i his community with tho backward work m d nt the same timo add to their own Btoro by doing so. of Mr. and Mrs. You will need to cultivate your crops in a hurry this season, due to so much rain. So be prepared by farm implements. securing one of these time-savin- g We also cany a complete line of agricultural imple- ments and machniery at prices that are right. W.E. Ellis &Bro HARTFORD, KY. Seo us fbr your woven wiro fence. Mr. Glenn Barnos, son of Judge- AV. Prices right. II. Barnos, who spont tho winter in BROS. ACTON 40t2 Texas, has roturnod homo. Dr. 13. B. Pendldton returned TuesMiss Mary Murks, who has bogn day from a buslueas trip, to Owensteaching ut Pontotoo, Ml., returned boro. hums the flrnt of tho waek. visited friends Miss Dawey Johnson We have tho 50 lb., compressed at Rochester from Friday until blocks of suit, for stock purposes. W. H. KLLIB ft BRO. Try it. Howard and Superintendent If OR SALK One Ilurrough's Add-I- n Mrs Howard saaat tha weekend with Machine, In good coudltlou. CaneyTllle. rel.'.tives lu M. E. UIRKUaUD. Hartford. Ky. ahlpaset of a! vm re lve t SCREEN WIRBX8 to 10 in.. X cojiaty staging convention will ILER'S OROCBRi'. woek. he bald at tka Methodist church, at rehod nt MeHeurr, tka fifth Sunday in thin n.v. Walter Qroa - Wo nro indobted to an unknown ZtejMftiMfcajtaaSi Tho editor of this paper and county farm ngont M. L. McCracken wore Ohio county soldlor boy now doing guests of tho family of Mr. Nat Lind dty in Germany, for a copy of The nowspa-pa- r ley, of Matanzas, Friday and Satur- Watch On Tho Rhino, a published at Andorhach, Gerday. many. The paper Is published for tlio oapoolnl purpose of furnishing POFor big type, roglstored, the American soldiers the news from DUROC-JBRSE- Y LAND CHINA and newsy hugs for breeding purposes write or home. It is a well edited and 0 .sheet and has n circulation of OHll JOHN W. PIBRCB. eoples. It is edited by n number Horse Branch, Ky. We have opened a cream buying station in conof Auierieau soldier boys. nection with our poultry and egg- - business in HartFRBB DEMONSTRATION. Grad... .1.. ti . .... I M. mere is music in mo ir. n. ford. We want to buy your cream, instead of butCouplets line of uate Specialist. Ohio iloHbt It hie away to the woods and Toilet Goods Camnlltaeiitary. ter: Can pay you 2--3 more on the pound for cream County Drug Co.. June 9. 10. 11. Call Vnd an ear to the locust orchestra. than for butter. For all information call or see our .Too noisy bugs are out In, great numat Drug Store for demonstration. bers and are making tha welkin ring. MISS MACK. agent who .will explain the details. Price of cream The locusts do little damage except this week 57c per pound. to the Mr. Jamas Hodges, Silas Lutitia to tka swell traa rwlgs and at tkoaa forced by circum-tejiaHodges and Mrs. Sallla Stone, of Cromwell Saturday IM and at weatk. to listen to their deafening Dale. iNdluwA, who Und Ueaa visiting Sunday. Iioibj Drancfe aail disquieting noise. Tka locust's If you are la need ot au oil stove, relatives In thla oounty for several 'dawagft t tha twig Is nut by eating that will days suatit Tuesday sight here, tke !tt Qf funil. n kuaatitt Urownkr, trna HARTFORD, KY. Received ma ahlawaut L. T. RILEY, Manager m adult locust does sot eat flMiillr-TkDlaaa yon In avary way, gat the Now guuatt of n. u. SlBrtln mA ture and will reiv tkrea mew iar jbut b&'mdiUlRg tha twig In laying Us mad (p their visitor rein neiia UatUr from rvsrxz?Kirv2miBrzi'vi&K7Wwrfi shipments title vvaek. isrysTK AQTON BROS. ;ejUrdny . ILBR'S ORQOJWty. WnGnttrzv&zirss Cream Wanted t. j -- w.i j 30,-00- CSH i ' sj KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Prftln haa r I 1 1 ljgjM?gg:M3g;.5gMlig savi: Tin: iutowM; THIS IS Till: SKASON i DIRECTORY Judges Lots of prrfcctly good barrels have boon rulnod by rolling drowned persons en them and the victims of subnot been benefited mersion hnvo CIHCVIT IVl'UV, It, W. Slael. Com'tu. Attorncj C K. 0"ttst Umt SivAl, Chymvt cither." This dictum from Wllhcrt E. Longfellow, Field Agent of the Llfe-SavKed lug section of the American y Cross, Is followed with n cxplnniitlnn of tho Shafer method of resuscitation from drowning or suffocation from gas, fimoke, or electric e shock. It Is tho method which requires simply that the victim be placed on a level surface, face downward, and the measured pressing and releasing of the floating ribs with the hands. I'ersons who have been nader wat- -' na long as thirty-fiv- e minute bT ho-resusclated by this simple method after six hours' work. Tb rattreport two ed States Coast Onard rases of thlrty-mlnot- e submersion successfully resusclated after several hours' application of treatmeat. 10,000 Victim- - Annual!. The heavy drowning monta ar r!y saa-me- r. those of late spring and Ten thousand persoas r mainly from droalac. la . the United Slates aancally. lad x large per cent of these could be saved by prompt and iatellint -! plaln-as-daprone-pressur- ford. Clerk A. C Fortw. lUrttvttsU Miwter ComtulvdvtAvc 0tv t Uf. tin. lUrtfvrvl. KVs'w'A, Truste Jury Fuus C 1st McsUiy la Mirefcr A$ s1m- Cora: i Clxtt. 1st Moaday Da Mj iS Jivjr H At iA4f ta 1st MmhUj CeattA. Ctxtl 3d M4ut bt 4t JtKt CtvU. rtV mw Manfc- HKAVKH DAM. W. T. MclCcnnoy. JUwnl JIri- M- U . U. Klnr. J. W. Cooper. Elevens. .1 tMmtsvii.i.t:. riA'Vt M'aMaI Mr W. It, Jones. l ICcssltiRor. 947 Miles i Hartford. li w 188: t- - In 28 hourj 45 minute Average 24.28 miles 1 V) X per gallon of gasoline, only 3 quarts of oiL iJ rtNc Jtj j Oram Pollard. ti M'IUOI, (WI.KNDAIl. WHO Ittvml of IMucntiou. R MxrM. S S. 0. C. Ix N. 1 -- J. M. Hoot or, Hart- - I4w JlwAccC. (vitj K," s 4th MeaOuy ta Ntc4r-- 1 CMtvIu xm Crx-u- . COl'VTY t Asti rxx ;kj. 1 N t0. S 4 5. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, n w M Ms 4 Cl"KT Moststvj ta cni IMt N Nvo II. U Carter, Narrows, KoVort Goff, ,ati. j KJ. Mr. ,'Kv. Itoslno. Ucav-i- or Coeatj A Brt,tirc. ScrtS Sc;ri2taL4at S. S. KwrJ. S- - arV W. An5.A. a. Kfct. C ICiaVcil 2L Wt. NV 1ani. Ky. Otis H. Stevens, 6 I JaE-c- c Tax d, ''si' S3; V An Owner Test Crvzt October. Cil9irMaalj. 5urvjcr C. S. 5. P. "?rti 7vri.r. TX Wird. RJr. sd FISCAL CO CRT. The Kind That Counts of Meeting 1st Monday in ltt Monday In April; 1st Monday in June; 1st Monday In Au- lit Mnmhr In Oclnbor! tut I Monday in December. to, Ttrae nit' S. Dtr. No. Ky. Nat Llmlley, Ccnter- - February; MU SrK Tnwdxy Is Ajirll E. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-f- r. IHtrict Sd Stows. Hartford, In the Boy Scouu of America, the Jan. 2 4 and 25 Common school Route 3. g Sectkm of the Red Cross examination Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Steven!, Beav- diploma First Aid Division has foaad a Beaver Dam and Fortflrvllle. er Da a. splendid medium for edacatiaf the Q B. Brows, Simmons. May, 9 and 10 Common school Boy kou-- ' 3rd District masses in water first-aihave lately given demonstration of 4th DUtrlct G. W. Rowe, Ccnter-tow- a. Bearer Dam and Fordsvllle. l May 16 and 17 County teachers resuscitation bfor Pi (White) Hartford. police squads In many of the cities of 5th I)ltrict W. C. Dausherty.Balie- - examination. tOWB. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' the United States through arrange,0th District W. S. Dean, Dandee. ffil ments made by the Ked Cross. anamination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. Mr. Longfellow Is an expert swimJune, 20 and 21 County and Stato B. C. Rhoades. Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsmer and widely known as an authori- 8th DLstrict Kentucky ford, Route 5. ty on overcoming difficulties In the vllle. water. His description of resuscia-tlo- n June, 27 and 2S County and Cm WIS; I o. b. Toledo HARTFORD. OtU4 Uoitl 50 Tite PuMicr TowUi follows: state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E Bean. fcss im "Taken out of the element which Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. causes smothering, the patient, in the July, Ohio County Institute. Police Judg C. M. Crowe. case of drowning, should first be held Hartford. Marshal E. P. Catebler. upside down nt an angle of about 4a Sept., 19 and 20 County nnd degrees, and the floating ribs pressROCK PORT. State teachers' examination, (white) should be of 13 horizontal stripes, al- - ay, will servo the purpose Just ed and released several times, allowCh'm'n. Board James Wilson. QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Hartford. Met persons who make a red and whi'e, and that Its well ing the water to run out of the Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2G and 27 County and Stnto should ronsist of 13 white stars It of drinking drugs to enroumw mouth. Then tho patient should he Police Judge John T. Jackson. oachers' examination (colored) I". S. was proper functioning of tho body will provision No on blue field. J'fIiiilution of placed face downward on a flat surMarshal Will Langford. Ques. What U the population of made as to number of points on stars, find drinking a pint of water d.ill face, tho hands pulled from under the U. S? Ann. Latebt government their arrangement on union or ad before breakfast is often (tiltc as tho body and left higher than the shouldestimates places it at 107,100,000. dItlon of new stars corresponding to fectlve. er level, this action raising the chenf Among first addition of new states. H walls. In this position tho tongue Get the Will Should be Witnessed. appearances of now official flag In SL'LPHUS SPKIXCiS. i r.r- and will drop forward out of the thro.it Qucs. Would it be legal for an public was when it was hoisted over tlffifTjejy and the fluids will continue to run unmarried person or one having no troop at Ft., Schuyler. Home, N. Y., (From last Woowk.) jut of the mouth. The back of one minor heirs to bequeath his or her cs' on Ant;., C, 1777. Paul Jones Is Two of the heaviest rains of Hi" if the patient's hands may be ul;ier.. . i irii creuil-- u wun navinij urti iiown uK geaHon re,j , vi " nuuui uaTia lflU r0mmunity Sa, ,, under his chetk to protect It from thsrirr B Kin ma'lr& LI '?i? V economy 1r wltness-aT-An. of same ( Wills should al- - ov-- .r high neas. In Nov-n.b- er Every Cake an), aII th(J JimaU gtre ,,, dirt. ntn cvcryth.nb' el.c raj's. J In vara be witaessed but It Is not nee- - year. At time of revolutionary war 0TerflllW8d theIr bHak,( I much fostra on uud I'less and IEcIciim Lower ltil. ( '.f3AMtt.it oswy that wltaoixts should know to there were 13 stars In flag; at time ()alluKfJ to croi,g tnat W(ro ,,i,,,,te'd they ate the iuprt-cioperator kneels astride the "The J remedy ai thousands have testified. VMmi whoa property to given; all taey of war of ISIS number was IS; at , ,,a(lly WM,lInK ,,, hips of the patient and rests hN i FOR KIDNiEY.LIVER AND or Mexican war, sy; at nine oi ,n prospects iook giooniy, aim u uefeo u xnow is inai ii is a win. time hands over the patients' floating ribs. J STOMACH TROUBLE at time of seems the people have forgotten that Hy leaning Civil war. 33 to 35; the weight forward J it is the best medkin: ever sold Spanlih-AmHrlca- n war, 15; at pros-- 1 evory rlouil has a silver lining. "fioih" or "Kltlior." J straight-arover a drugpjj 's counter. pressure, out goes the Qnes. Which is correct, "on both nt time, 18. Stripes wero changed Mr. II. M. Ashhy, who has been ill water. Tho pressure is released tlma from 13 to 15 but lator for sometime, has taken a turn for suddenly, and In comes the air. He- Iilcs" or "on either side"? An. Do- ponds altogether on what you mean, j number was permanently fixed at 13 the worse and Is in a critical condi pealing this from twelve to fifteen ' If you mean on the two sides, then by congressional enactment which al- - tion. times a minute gives more air than ordered that new star should hoi 3,r T D i)llk0( wj10 recenlty sold natural breathing, and three timi jiay 'both" but If you mean on one added for each new state, beginning',, 'pro'I)ei!ty, at Sunnydale, wide or the other only either side has as much as any other method of ..July 1, 1818. For many years na- - bought property in Owensboro. and resuscitation. tiay "either." ,,, fail)y t0 lhaf clty uonai na was not carmu ny army wl 1()Ve "When the patient Is sufficiently In ba'tlo though it was used as garrl- - ,)ext woejj Inventor of Jpih Komli. v wish we had some resuscitated to be able to swallow, l:i : nd forces used Instead excllHe t(J niove t0 Owonsboro until Quea. " Who invented the depth other words. Is conscious, it may be IOR PERSOMAI HYCtFNP bomb which proved such an effective standard of blue bearing U. 8. coat aflflr th(J fInJt of Ju)y L FP1'1J..-- S necessary to give stimulants. If the Ditsolvcil In water fcr douchrs storjf Avoapon against submarines? Ans. of arms and designation of body of vi jlrg (orH J!ean I)ag bought a new patient's hands are cold and clammy pelvic catarrh, and inflam- nintjon Recommended bv Lvdm F. Jtear Admiral Hlms, commander of U. troops by which they were carrier cari al, wh(jn (10 nina el u ilie he should he covered with a blanket I A Safe, Finkhnra Med. Co, for ten yrars. it m S. Naval tortus overseas during war, It appears that Stars and Stripes was wJ,, nrobably want a chauffeur. coat, canvas sail, or anything tlut A healins wonder for nnf.il catarrh, t officially carried bv Atnen-j- n recently stnU-that Idea was first Remedy for Worms will help to Increase the body temore throat olid oorenves Frnnn.rir.il ' ,, ,, newsnatiers which perature. A cup of hot black coiite iLj ctli 4ijJ.fl n Vs conceived by Hear Admiral Madden troops In battle until time of Mexican r () rr J nrrr. fiTehtjr (He JW ronMnii ll ii.f.Tio Trrn. SO. nil )... .u. tt .. r..l l. L. S flag Is union oldiU or lirltlsh navy. When he aaw a war. nti ut) ia t n ) f u nf ru fi il publishes a dally column of ' Facts or hot tea Is a safer stimulant than Vfli.il. Tl !' V iTf2,t O-Si ,u. inv, KM.Y Si U'.Miri (ll. can uffer Hiibmarliie submerge and tlonal flag In exIstemM bein oiler You Should Know" makes thi" state- any alcoholic liquids. One or two Knab'.tti .. tiMj nhniiil. mmri trl- I bus escapcruiser which was pur- - than present JJritich fa.: It w i ment: "FlTe of our presidents Hurri- teaspoonfuls of aromatic spirits of kt eri i littie 01,. 4 Iwi'py 411J ii t tttjr and many ed widows Washington, .Ieff rson, ainonla in milng it Admlial Madden exclaimed: '"lor and flK of Spa ika bolt at r'ir Urtir half a glass of water OSELIV-VER-U- K K'st' or (ffiM'Mi hii or ( of (icnrj'ny MadlMin, Fillmore and "Why wouldn't It be a good idu to years old'r than fl Iienjiiniln stimulant that cuu be ued )'Hjr iiilr run uim''7 v ti up some sort of device to drop and ituly i'ikI tiKiuim ttful JV ii hUini 4 Harrison." Inforutatloii of thin sort "Work of resuscitation after tie' Uli.l W'li yea a b'.LUtt on these Huns?" ltotnpuy When idea was is of very small value In any rescue cannot be begun too qulcklv. li jircHontcd to Admiral .lelllroo he E. & S. FREY and it Is specially valueless when Ii la iN'o patient should be carried any disit. Munition experts were DALTIMORE not correct. Singular that thlx big tance for shelter or to a doctor, but HD, FOR FLETCHER'S net to work to develop It practically! newspaper should have forgotten efforts to resuscitate should he begun mid result of tlii-llulioro was depth; Woodrow Wilson. jt once. Send for a doctor at once, liomliH or "nsli cans" each conlaln-lii- g but heglu work 011 the patient at 3U0 iHiuiiils or trlnltroioliiol, an ' WATHIt AS mkijh'im:. than 3,000 officers nnd men of the KASIIIOXS AKIf "TOKCHIXf;." once, ul.so." Lake Division News. XXIli rllvlKlon rN'nrlti D.ikfiln Minim. amount sufficient to wreck a : . . Zealnus for the welfare of patients Said she. "It's Just u touch that STI.VCV MAX MAKHS WIFH arrived hero i"0Ul ""' ",w (Miiilcau Thierry 'Second (.'cltynbuiK.' atrlken with fever, physicians recent- Tccl rfpht nl! the time. Don't lay oJX makes the gown" I'SH WAHII WATKR TWKJK on t,1B transiiort Aeolus, from St., ilnva .-Quos. Why has Ch.iloau Thierry ly denied water to such sufforers. ' Oh yes," ho answered her .N'azalu). Anion); tiio ofllcers was frnm wnrk fnr Liv- - bv tnkini' rnlnmft) vtith VefLox keena yotf been called the seeimd (iallyshiirg? llrlg. (len. Kvan M. Johiwon. of tho peevish frown "A little cracked Ice to relieve the volJrfcot . whllorcliovi niryourtnub Columbus drove, O., May, 31. ISecuiiMo It marked tho turning thirst, but no water," said the doctor. lhu while he threw his empty Aim. Safer too, and casv lo take. Donl That her huhbaud Is so stingy that ho lCBth Artillery Ililijade. point In world war; fioni time of take anything else. Vou can't afford Thus the patient cruvlng water, book down. made her save the water lu which 0 fc it. Eiltninatea poisons, cleanses by thlH battle cause of allies waa defi- was Kysteiuatleally starved for exalio Just th'j touen that taken alio did the family wiihIiIiik until the TWO S torn nml relievea constipation. A nut. nitely lu iisceiiilHiicy, Just a was the actly the thing the doctor today say tho gown." washing, In ordur to save next week's Alilj IH'lt(iLAI!l.i:i) ural remedy, natural in itsactions, bun case wllli Union side after buttle of that ha most needed. o in its clfect and certain in results. It son 11, Is the main iiigiiinsut advanced Liv- - Vc Lax will (Jettysburg In civil War. lu treating a fever case today the ' won't bo lonir beforo Little slsetr waa telling the next-do- hy Mrs. Martha A. o....u, who e Plkevlllo. Ky., May. SO rnlnlnt(.lv .tisobico calomel 111 overt quantities of physician proscribes ,.V..V ' wants a divorce from Kdward M. thtdvos robbed the ofllco at Sutton, home. Children can take it freelv and little girl all about it. Ilcsloiliig Mi'Mo Finish. ." water nil the sufferer can be "My sister lieatrlto la awfully She says her husband Is Hotkiiis ,out oJg)tt miles from here, last with perfect safety. Every bottle uiir (Jnes. I'loase give a formula for to drink. It Is thought that woith $10,1)00. i.lurlir Tl... filul.t liDf,..-.- lhu nr. nnteeu. wkj aiui $1 .111 uottics. iwiu renlfkul-phitiupenulno without tho likeness and sifrruv" Piiclul. such as steel, iHiyond ii doubt tin"Why?" Hue tit Cannon, on Morrowbono, was turo of L, K. Grilcaby, For Bale by etc., Ans. Only way to restore der tha old method has killed Its lens Hhu went to a party last night "I'lXXXI'T JOHNNY" I.KAV.CS tnlil.uil. Tl.n vulfifi nf llm l.w.l nl K ; WlLtLIAAIH. nickel finish Is to have article Hwtfor . . ... CIIILDItKN K:!l),(l()( KSTATK . ." of thousands. where thuy played a pum lu wlilah iiiese oiuees issaiu 10 nave iiueu iroiu by costly electro process. Ap- say that water has two the muii either had to kiss a glil or riiysh'lans $50 to $75. pouruncHH niay lie improved Waynesboro, Pa , .May by goou effects. .11. It tends to reduce the pay a forfeit of u box of chocolates." WILL polishing with flue saudistiier idly for I'lliuno itossl, fsiul-llurl- y or fever, and It flushes the aliiueiita-jiiitulc- e "Well, how win Heutrlcu lucky?" TAKE -Al b .' "I told him thuro wero do.oua of stone and thou appl)ltig rout ry canal. IncliltiuUy gelling ild of the known as 'Thiiuui .ohiniy," "She came hoitiu with 13 boxes or people In this town who had never ' of light vurnlsli. Ileal and simplest bacterial "toxins" that are true poi- chocolate.- "- l.uudon Ideaa. who eoiiduuted a iieunul and fruit trcatmeut for nickel parts of stoves sons. stiind lu ChaniberslmiK for many heard of him." "That took down his prldo a hit, la to paint tlieni wllli mdlator or yours, jiroin ptMl many to become his Nowadays, in nil kinds of sicknessHhopmau (showing Koods)- 1'ollte vf i VT)fcMV A Treaixenl htovu-plp- u didn't It?" ll enamel which cuu he es, the thing of first Importance Is to Hero Is something would like lo cull customers oui of sympathy. Hla will, "Not n hit. Ho asked thulr iiamoH (Of WEAK bought at hardware and stove stoies. accomplish a thorough and Immediate your attention to nuulutii. It's lhu just probated, nIiows an estuto of cluuslug of the put I eiil's Inside works. very latest thing out. about $30,000, which la divided and addresses and then set out to LUNGS 01 somo- - Bi?JaaTgnff,A llilor. of I'. S. FIiik. Water is used for this puiioe, belli(absently) - If aiiioiu; his children, ItealduutH ex- find them and try to borrow Huuuder Mrs. CONSUMPTION thluB from thoiu." Loudon Answers, (J ii os. I'leuse give the history of ed perhiips a liltlu by medicine. there's uiiythlng out later than my pressed siii'iulse thai jilty, fud on our flag. Ans. Itefore riag of V. S. Theie used to lie finite a fad for husband I'll take It, If only for u liutuiuts, could firow to such a alAi. A rtibhur suclon cone to nianlpu-lut- o was watablUUiHl by ciHitluenlal drinking one or two tumblers of hot eurloalty. London I'linoh, A Quick relief for that IlieJ, rundown feelloc, on June 1 1, 1777, varlnus types water hefur , ii.OOO MII.X OK NHTII the ehuit wulls of au uncoil-huIiiii- h couctii, palni la cbett. nlcht iwi'jli, a breakfast every day. weak lunci or coniumtillon. II it doc or (lugs weru uswl liy ilirfsreut DIVISION IIKTUIt.V lmnsnn Is the ehlof featuro of 'i'Uo oluck of Ilamivals outhodrMl Is While this la regarded as iHtueflalal, II cotli you noltiDf. you y now raHUsultntlon apparatus, which nothelp and iiilliliu reglMuwls. Ast of It li not mi aKrtMMilile dtiM. Water at agld to ho ooiiipQWKl gf O'.'.OOO aepa.r OHIO MEDICAL CO. NQWport Nows, Va May UO More oau he usod by the liiQxpgrionccd this tHiurogg pruvhlMl that flgg lh Wmiisrut,ur 0f (lit air, phrtitlgmi rata pi Life-Savind. prone-pressure 'A recent demonstration of Model 90 power, endurance and dependability was an impromptu round trip between Oakland and Los Angeles a most severe test, over mountian roads, through a blinding storm, with mud hub deep m places. The Model cj0 never faltered, never failed! Let us show you a duplicate of the carjhat made this .record. lt W. S. Hill. HARTFORD MOTOR CO. Hartford, 7-- hub-unio- ' AvoidKJgfWI -- , - k ,,,. ,iiB :n yU. isa. szrrn 1 ii.-jr-- It s ' m e rr& pEvcry Woniim Wnitls T7 ermifie i - uufuuituen r r 11 I J ulc-rat- .in ( , j.J . u. J - Fr-nr- r Children Cry C ASTO R 'A .i, 2J '" j For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ' to-ila- y '. H ' j. "t'i I'O.ST-OFITCU- . -- , or Post-offic- luo-ky- . g waler-deprlvall- ou ' J YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 1 Ti"i con-i;ro- FOR ONE MONTH brmor-rbaeei- wol-otil- as SKI'S 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. Just an well without a main. Don't overstock your land. d lli.n intents from Mi" United Xtaiofl'tli DMoclntlon Department of Agriculture and the Purity niul nliundnnco nro the two Hluln agricultural colleges nre lh sluing (lie school authorities In stir essentials of wntor supply, wells ving health of the school children and springs nro tho usual lources of Tin' results are Improved standard farm water, hut both may onslly he of health onion children lh Adam contaminated, and the vcllnlty should Hillsborough counties N. H., therefore he Inspected for possible ii ml popular lectures on hygiene and prop- sources of pollution. er food habit luive been given this as far I'atten hogs on spring liy the home demonstration Hogs fod In this way Kaeh chllil Ik weighed and as possible. URi'iit labor, snvo feed In proportion to measured by tho home demonatrn-wv- e e Hon agent and u volunteer helper, tho gain In weight made, nnd nro Is placed on a card nndidy for market sooner than those record credit is given for such good hnblts which are hand fed. Losh feed Is ni sleonlnr with window open, drink- - actually required to fatten when hogs Tho system is therefore ing of milk and brushing of toeth. are self-feAvium n child is found much under-brig- economical In oery respect. or with bad food and living The tools and facilities required for habits, n visit is made to the homo. In welcome the keeping harness in repair are comHunt Instances parent udvice of some ono skilled In diet- paratively slmplo nnd Inexpensive. A consldornblo portion of tho repair etic s work on harness can bo performed by the aid of tools required for other 'IVmii Wiiil. I'Nsi'iillal through purpose, but more nro n few speu Marketing farm products the commission house Is (a partnership affair, and no partnership can Keeping a machine or vehiclo In be n complete success unless onch Is willing good ropalr and woll oiled not only partner docs his best and to make It possible for the othor to 'Inei " ' efficiency, but lessens tho power required in using It work to the host advantage. Teamwork always counts, nnd nevLet tho rango be ono of the best In er more than In tho relation of producer and agent, as It exists between tho market, no matter what fuel is the farmer and his commission man. to bo used. This is true economy. self-feede- rs roa-Thht pullota Purchase rather than hens. ltruxliliiK Twill Wlni ('mill Murk. Horse Farm, located In tho county, Don't expect groat success In hatch Healthy I'lilldhoim Mtinily assures whero nliuut 200 shoop nro kept for ing and raising chicks unloss you experiments! purposes, will lo Includ-c- d have had some oxperlenco and havo a li altliy iimnhoo.l mil vomanhcod. In tho pool and mnrhetod through In many localltlc homr il"iiif.:iftr.i- grass plot soparato from tho yard for the lions. Ilulld a cheap house or shelter. Mako tho house dry and free from drafts, but allow for ventilation. Fowls stand cold better than dampness. Koop house nnd yard clean. Provide roosts and dropping boards Provide a nost for each four or five hens. Grow some groon crop In the yard. Spado up tho yard frequsntly. Feed table scraps and kitchen waste. Also feed grain onco a day. Food a dry mash. Keep hens free from llco and tho lwuo froo from mites Kill nnd oat tho lions In the fall when they begin to molt nnd ccaso to lay. Prosorvo tho surplus eggs produced during the spring and summer for use during the fall and winter when eggs are scarce and high in price. CASTOR l A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of ,, (4Z&Z7ti&&Z 7$ 1 Hog Cholera llon'ts. Il Itiiolueoslikc Willi Denier. If cholera exists in your herd or Business that Is spasmodic, care- your neighborhood less, or otherwise not dependable, is 1. Don't visit your neighbor. Some farmers send not profitable 2. Don't let your dog run at large. consigntheir produco to market on .'!. Don't keep pigeons about. ment without any previous notlco to 4. Don't let your sick hogs'get off In such the commission merchant and farm. cases the- latter has no opportunity 5. Don't lot your neighbors' hogs to propare for a satisfying sale. Some hang around your pens. fanners take no pains In making C. Don't lot your hogs run to as to cnablo shipments regularly so streams nor on highways. the merchant to build up n profitable 7. Don't buy straw or refuso from demand for the products. a neighbor whose hogs are sick. In liistlro to himself, as well as the: S. Don't allow any carcass to reman, the farmer should commission main unhuried. try II ml what the market demands, 9. Don't borrow or loan farm a , far as possible to moot this demand, always make products appear attractive, and deliver thera at reguPrepare Soil For Orchards. lar Intervals. If tho prospective home orchardlst n..n ,l.n . II 11'llHFn lilt, fftlltu OVl. ln some sections of tho country ,., Htnnii as thoroughly as ho does his culling the youngsters can bo i,0f0ro planting vegetable menced very shortly now. It is as 8Cq(1s. tho subsequent rapid growth of eentlal that this bo dono as culling i,j frllt trees will amply repay lilm, the flock nej.t suinmor. All chicks nvs ino United Statos Department of that do not como Agriculture. when broller-slx- o up to the standard In vigor should They never i dKposed of or oaten. Club l'.ujlng Save". h v p ilit and never will. farniors' cooperative Fourteen clubs have been organized by the. hicks Mil) i:.it MwUims I'miI In agricultural agent in Uapldes Parish,! Through them soed, fertilizers, I.a Tho use of such litter as shavings, and farmers' supplies havo been pur-cexcelsior and sawdust In tho chased, resulting In a saving of more i,rn,lr buns., is not advised If cut 'than $0,000 to tho members By co- hay or straw is available, becauso tho 'oporntlvo buying $4,000 has been sav young chicks often eat sotno of their ed In tho purchase of acid phosphate, Eating llttor of this na- $1,650 on potato sacks, $110 on Irish bedding. ture develops crop trouble which of potato seed, and $50 on seed wheat ten kills tho young chicks, says tho Tho agent is now planning to buy iTnii.i.1 cjfntoa rtnnnrtmnnr of Acrl- - two threshinc outfits on the culture. Tho best cure Is to prevent tlvo plan for members of tho clubs by using short cut hay or straw for Ono of the best things about the It is soft and easy for tho boddliiK. chicks to scratch In and Is a good ab- garden is that It offers work suitod sorbent, while tho hay, especially If to each niombor of the family. clover or alfalfa hay Is used, Is a good What Is a back yard good for? It bulky food for chicks In addition to Saud may may be mndo to supply the average boJtig readily digestible. also bo used in tho brooder scratch family with fresh vegetables through pens whero cut hay Is not available, the growing senson. although tho lattor material Is A weed is any plant In the wrong placo. Vegetables too closo together All coroah should bo kopt In dry, are as injurious to each other as d storerooms. Damp, dark weeds. Thin thorn out before they cellars should nover bo used for btor-lu- g are largo enough to crowd foods. Watch Your Spuds for Potato Wart. Keep, a sharp lookout for potato Sheep Strong In New Knglimd. and report all In sheep raising In tho wart this season Interest Now England Statos Is as strong this suspicious cases and send specimens year as It was last year, when special Immediately to your county agents, impetus was given tho Industry as a your Stato oxporlment station, or tho war omergency, reports a representa- United States Department of Agritive of tho United States Department culture, and thus aid in controlling of Agriculture who recently visited this menace. If this dangerous new n specialists of tho disease gets established It will put a tho department in Connecticut, New stop to potato growing in tho infested Malno moa and lead to a quarantine of tho Hampshire, Massachusetts, In a number of coun- locality. At present potato wart has and Vermont. ties arrnngoments are being mndo appeared only lu u few gardens in of Pennsylvania, to pool the wool and market It co- mining sections Tho Sheep Growers' which aro now under strict quaranoperatively. Association of Addison County, Vt., tine. It reached there in a shipment In 1911 or which was formed nt tho suggestion of European potatoes n earlier. Thirteen million bushels of tho county agent and specialist of the department, camo lu that year and somo of them agreed in May to pool tho wool clip. may havo been Infected; consequently overy potato growor Is urgod to As a result a carload of approximately 1G,000 pounds of wool will watch his wpuds, particularly ut digsoon bo shipped from tho county, tho ging timo, for signs of small, warty first carlot shipment from tho com- growth, paitlcularly at the eyes munity lu many years. This shlp-mo- Those growths muy Increase until will be followed by two others, ultimately tho ontlro tuber becomes a 0 spongy, warty mas3. . Tho United making a total of approximately pounds of wool. Marketing will Statos Department of Agriculture has ho handled by a committee of sheop published n circular which describes ralsres of tho association, and ar- tho wart disease. rangements have boon made to grade Practical Poultry Points. tho wool at the shipping point so that Keep tho hens confined to your each grower will get his individual The wool own land. Krado at time of loading. Don't keep a mall bird. Hens lay crop from tho Government's Morgan i Surgeons agrco that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds tho first Treatment Is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For uso on man or beast, Borozono is tho Ideal Antiseptic and Healing Agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an omergency. Price 2T.C, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. mc WHAM-- : CAUGHT 1JV CKUISKIt. On a Jlere's tLQj&S jOCxI0VVVVvCVv' States Tires. the way we look at it Just for a minute, look at the tire proposition from our standpoint. We are in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain, in business only so long as we please our customers. Consequently, it pays us to handle good tires United Psfep a They're the tires we sell. They're the tires you should use. We have them to meet every need of price or use. 'M? V trip of the steamship Marble-hca- d, .... from San Diego to San Francisco the speed of the vessel ono night became mysteriously impeded. With tho aid of a searchlight it was dis covered that a whale had been caught on the ship's bow ram. The monster was towed Into port, where It was found to measure 60 feet. HARTFORD MOTOR CO smi United States Tires arc Good Tires y HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. eoui-'gftr(- je 1 S Health y About 1 1 v BENNETT & COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. OATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. McHENRY MANUFACTURING & MACHINE COMPANY McHENRY, KY. MRS. N. C. ILER (W. G. Her) ROCKPORT, KENTUCKY. ut , I Gone t?si Many thousands o! from women suffering re woll-llghto- womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters wc receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofliayne, N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,"" she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . , I began improving, and it cured mc. 1 know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." EE 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 : TAKE The Woman's Tonic She writes further: "I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the cood it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You shoop-extonslo- sheep-extensio- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. nt 48,-00- their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. Hartford Printing Company IXCOllPOIUTtiD , All Druggists jrc HARTFORD, KENTUCKY MMMMlMHHHMiHiHHHHHI I mo FUND TO KENTUCKY SCHOOLS I y Frankfort, Ky Juno, a. Undor tho Townor bill in Congress, adding; a Secretary of Education to tho President's cabinet and npproprla-- j ting $100,000,000 annunly for tho promotion of education Kentucky would receive approxlmi .dy t.J0).- 000, according to Stii Suri V. O.l nilbort. One-ha- lf j tns2$5&!fs&iiL :u. ssssad , 4.:..feci:t.v:v VMlf ' gts Maxwell . W&fMteiA a car of rare cltarm and able first impression of this present day Maxwell as it you on the street is one of decided beauty. first ride in it, whether at the wheel or in the tonneau, tells you of its rare charm. But after six months you find a new admiration for the Maxwell. You find it shuns the repair shop,that it runs and runs and runs and never stops running. Then after a year is past you develop an enthusiaan for it that dictionary words don't seem to fully describe. And then af ter you have had it for more than even the Maxwell salesman said it was you search for the reason. This is what you find : For 5 years Maxwell cars have been built on the single chassis plan. To date 300,000 have been turned out on this plan. Each car better than the other. Each one better looking than the of !h? nppropri,HI-would go for cqii.i'V.Uiin of educational opportunity. Including inv to teachers Tho remaln-- j - It Illiteracy Ami'rl'inlMi.g foreign born citrons, phMi,il and tralnliu teacl.i'ia Under tho ternn of tho bill Mr , Gilbert said, the m.mv cm le so used as to stimulate local suppn.i of scluols, which tho present method of distributing Kentucky's fund on tho straight per capita basis doej not accomplish. Counties of tho scholastic population now receive tin san." f. nount from tho State, tlio.'g-one ( ..ii.ty may levy the mnliiM.it school tax and the other tlir minimum It Is probable that this Federal fund, If It carrlos, will be distributed in proportion to tho effort which the patrons make la behalf of their own .schools fi I cdJ-icat'o- Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you use a cultivator you want thorough cultivation first of all. But you want to net this result in the shortest possible time and with the least possible labor. Wc want you to sec why using the John Dccrc KC Cultivator does away with the necessity for hard work, and tat the same time gets the most thorough results. Here arc just a few of its features that will appeal to you. Using it, you can meet every field condition without stopping to make adjustments. No wrench is necessary. Cultivation ot even depth nnd distance of cultivation from the row are i accurately regulated by means of handy levers. Because of Its parallel shift riss, It3 bhovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail in dodging vated spots arc left. You rjet thorough cultivation over all of the field. The rijs shift quickly in response to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs is as natural as walking. We want you to net into the seat of this cultivator nnd see for yourself lio.v handy .irul reliable it is. We've never seen its equal for -time-savinlabor-savin?, weed-desuoyi- on crooked row3. No unculti- YOUR j SIMMONS. ( other. There have been more than 1000 refinements in the Maxwell, but never once have the Maxwell executives swerved from the original program. You conclude that reliability was designed "into" the car and built "into" it, and that a policy of 300,000-all-alik- e is the soundest kind of reason for writing your check for a present-da- y who lias been eor'lned to his room for some time with rheumatism, wo are sorry to say, is not Improving very rapdll Cecil Drown, who has been with ths army of occupation, In Germany for some time, has Just returned to his home at this place Cecil is looking well, and says he has gained iulte a little in weight since he went (i way M. F Chumley, went to Hartford, Monday, on business. ' e are not going to say any more t Jim Moore's little 'Ford." !a be has promised to take us over to Owensboro, it wo will quit talking G I Mr T. Tinsley, vvorls In the field. Don't fail to come in early and Set acquainted with ths "KC." J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ve- r Dam, Ky. ltntli Phones. about Hev it iFwfirrtSjM McConell says that a whole lot of the boys were benefitted by being in the army, but he says he thinks . the army was greatly benefited by' his being in it Wo wonder if "slewing" the United Static around that extra hour had ,n thing to do with bo much rain falling this spring? j The Show will start at this place) , about the 10th of this month i Mr K C Morgan is planing a trip fo Mei phis, next week , I I "PROVE IT 99 X IIKFM.V. The farmers of this vicinity are Moro miles per gallon Moro miles on tiies M"v bu with their farm work. Ti prty given at the homo of . Hio County Motor Co. A. C. ACTON, Manager. II r ! ('hum. Friday night, was i&3MmmmzBmm Is has been a failure BEADS ODDLY STRUNG cooked anything that you so far.cook can there SOLDIKR WRITES MOTHKR OF BKCKASED IOMRADE well? (By. I. D. Claire.) Yes, ma'm. Havo you Now Cook Miesenhoim, Germany. Slngletown Howard ain't no flirt, May, 11, 1919. tried me raw oysters? Awgwan. but It was rale funny why ho gave Dear Mrs Lake: As this is Mothhis wife a dollar to go cullin' on a er's Day, I am writing you that you FOR SAIjK. nabor Tuebday nito while ho wont to may not lack a greeting which I feol BIG TVI'K POLAND CHINAS. the show. One Bred uuilt, uuo to farrow July Is doubly due from a comrade ot your Kdltor Greep, of tho Herald, is 10, 1919; four 3 to 4 months old son. He and I were together much suifurln' from an acuto attack of pigs two males and two females. of the time, and I enjoyed his close heart trouble. But as it is psychic My Poland Chinas are as good as can confidence. I was with him when he mauo tno greatest sacrifice a true rather than org.inic his physicians bo found in tho United States. mother's son can make, to his coun W. S. DBAN, 47tf hold out hope for his recovery. try. Cheerful and confident at all Dundee, Ky. V times, ho was thought a great deal If I was that Mrs. Farm Agent up of, by all of us, and it is with sorrow BKAVKR DAM. Louisville, I'd hurry on down to at that I think of him, though his death Hartford. Sho needs to keep an eyo Mr. It. B. Stevens, of El Paso, Tex- was tempered with the glory of all on that hubby of hor'n. as, has returned homo after u visit who died on the morning of October 1 tth , in that memorable advanco Tinsley says over cloud has a sil- with relatives hero. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paris, of against the Bodies, beyond Montfau-cover llnlii.' That whllo tho rain keeps the crook too high to fisli he don't Hvansvllle, Indiana, are tho guests Ho passed away without of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hoover. pain, have to work in tho garden. Mr. Leo Stevens, of Detroit, Mich., maintaining to tho last, his confidence In your prayers for him. Kek Kiwi's cow is gittln mighty is visiting his family hero. May you bo ovor proud, oven In Miss Mary Bcelor, Cooper Ui other's fur behind u cleanin' tho weeds and popular milliner, lias returned to hor your sorrow, that you gave your son, grab olf the side walks. to protect our nation, that tho world' homo In Calhoun, Ky. Mrs. Botty Nave has returned to might be safe for democracy how eovoral Sualn' thousand From your son's "bunkle," woman on the st routs of Louisville her homo in Owensboro, Ky., after u WINFIELD B. HOLMKS. and Frankfort was d reused I decided visit to relatives. Co.M, 4th.. Inft., M,rs. Snllye Stonu and Miss Flsba they was economizing in clothes bo A. E. P., A. P. 0, 740. Hodge, of Illinois, are visiting relans to help pay the big war debt. n tives hero. TAX liS DUE. I know this stuff lb gittln' mighty State, County and Commou school DIX'ORATION. bum, but I'm goin' to quit boudln' tho tax bills, for tho prosent year have public pritty soon, uud lot Fluko Decoration and Memorial Services ,1'oen placed in ray hand3 for collec- utrenk it to death. wlll bo hold nt Prentiss (Hon Cash is needed with which to running oxpensos. Como and A good pro- Kd Barrass, Doc l'irtlo and Wll-bu- afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Sumnor Tlnsloy loft yesterday grum will bo rendered. Those ox- - eot your tax bill while It may be morning on tho lust leg of their orclbcs have come to be un annual procured at cost. S. A. BRATCHER, journey from the good old times of event with tho good peoplo of that Sheriff of Ohio County. before July tho first to tho dosolato section. - 11 fc wastes of tho after that date. Thuy W. A. IJROTHKRTON DEAD. NOTION TO FARMERS. went via tho mouth ot Grassy and W. A. (Bud) Brothorton, fornior- Just received u third car of P. A. thO locks. They will bo gono about ,.... . AMP!! ininmCa a weok, barring a sooner depletion ly ot Owensboro, died ut his homo ......... uu ..uuu.ku it.... yieuiy uiirn oi Gainesville, Florida, last Sunday sisal binder twino at 22 I hopo they havo cents par of their supplies. Mr. was a .pound. A tow McCormlck Binders Brothorton u dickens ot u good time on this their morning. brother ot Mrs. S. K. Cox, ot tills at reduced prices. Como to see me final and forever last fishln' jaul. place, uud was well known in Hart- - at Beaver Dam. o- you. 49t3 Mistress- - Everything havo ford and Ohio county. LUTHER CHINN. n. rn Richardson, who has in this coniinunit) for 'b"en 'the past two weeks, lias returned to her home, at Buford Rpv John Bennett, Mrs Pat Fos-te.- r, Mr. Herbert Park and family, Mr Walter Foster, Miss Louise and Florence Whitohouse, Miss Marllssa Foster and little Miss Beulah May Foster dined at tho homo of Mr. Vas-co- o Balrd, Sunday. Mrs. Oma Higgs and son, Kormit, spent Sunday ut Mr Silas Shavers Several of tho young folks ot this place attended the party near Rough river, Saturday night All reported a nice time Mr. Jim Ralph and wifo, of Owensboro and Mr. Pearl Sandefur ami wife, of Nocreek, attended church at Woodward's Valley, Sunday, and dlnod with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan. Mr. Mlrt Kirk ami family and Mrs. Bottle Richardson, of Buford, visited at tho home of Mr. Joe Thomasson'u, Sunday. Tho W. O. will decorate tho soldiers' graves at Woodward's Vulley, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. i jPrent Iirs .; attended and enjoyed Ethel "isvisiting by all We might talk to you for years about the "High Quality" of our House Paint, and still fail to put into your mind the actual knowledge and belief that, is ours. The best thing for you to do is to make us "prove it." So send us your order now. We can save you money. We guarantee our paint not to crack, peel, blister or chalk off if applied according to directions. We carry a good line of Paint, Oil, Varnish and Varnish Stain, inside Floor Paint, Porch Paint, Roof Paint. We can make prompt shipments. y FordSYille Planing Mill Company JAKK WILSON, Munagcr 5 DESERTER RETURNED. Sheriff Bratcher went to Louisville Saturday with Alton Paris, who Is charged with deserting from tho army, and surrendered him to tho military authorities at Camp Taylor. Paris was In tho uorvico at Jefforson Barracks, Mo , and came homo without leave. While hero ho was arrested for detaining u woman, but as the local authorities thought desertion the more serious cliargo decided to turn him ovor to tho military authorities for punishment. ItKWARD FOR LOST GRIP. I lost a hand glp on or about May 7th, botweou MorgantovVn and Boaver Dam, containing clothes ot my littlo girl, Gladys Hunt, 8 years old. 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