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OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAKTFOED, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1919, No, 50 V Ing duly qualified by making bond. lion possible on tho road between that tho President will declare deTho warrant grew out of tho arrest RED LITERATURE Hartford and Green river. Thoso of SENATE RESOLUTION mobilization of the army comploto by tho Marshal of Irvln Shields, In our citizens giving the closest atbefore the first of July, the effect IN LOUISVILLE P. 0. tention to tho matter confidently beOF VITAL IMPORTANCE of which "will be to reestablish tho AREISENT TO JAIL which It la alleged tho olllcer assault-.e- d Shields with a hlack Jack. Embry lieve this road wilt be under construcmanufacture of beers and wlnea. claims to hnvo executed bond as ro- tion before tho end fo August. m Another warrant 'lulred by statu. Effective July tho fivo Separation of Treaty And revenue offices In1, Kentucky internal Charged With Libeling Ine nIao wa8 3gue(1 for Embry charging Cards Bearing Bolshevist AX AGED CITIZEN will bo ANSWERS LAST CALL him with assault. In turn Embry Sentiment Found On League Of Nations Ray Politicians consolidated into ono office, located sworo out a warrant against Avery at Louisville. Desk. Of Logan. Demanded. Mr. Robert T. Her died at tho resiStewart charging him with obstructdence of his son, Mr. Cleve Her, here ing an officer in tho discharge of his Tho L. & N. Railroad Company will Friday morning. His death was due duty. Tho cases will bo heard in lay off 1000 men at its Loulsvillo Radical Socialistic propaganda has to the wear and waste of 83 years of Washington, June 10 Tho treaty shops. Reduction of railroad emUussollvillo. Kv.. Juno 10 Loean county court been scattered throughout tho city life Burial was at Mt. Oliviet, in fight broke out anew In tho Senate ployes on a large scale is County got tho thrill of its life this contemplatby followers of Liebknecht and Rosa Muhlenburg county, y after funeral along lines which promised ed as a retrenchment in operating morning when A. M. Horndon, editor ,V. W. MiCULLOCH SUES Luxemburg, tho Spartacan loaders. , services conducted by Rev. R D. speedily to head up the Issues involv expenses. of tho Kussellvillc Messenger, his INSURANCE COMPANIES Cards bearing Bolshevistic senti Bennett. ed over tho League of Nations. wife, Mrs. Ellzaboth Chandler Hern- Mr. Her was one of the best known Immediatly at th opening of the don, nssocl.Uo editor, wero arrested j J. W. McCulloch, trustee, and tho ments wero discovered in plies on tho Both France ana most Highly respected citizens session. Senator Knox, of Pennsyl-o- f want the United and Great Britain toon a warrant charging thorn with Green Klvor Distilling Company liavo writing desks of tho post-olllStates to cancel tho Hartford, having been In tho vanla, Republican, and a former big loans made during tho war. criminal libel. Thoy wero both plac- - instituted C5 suits In tho Daviess day by watchman John Woerner, who and harness buslne3shere for (retary of State, presented a resolu-man- y ed In Jail. . County Circuit Court against prac- - seized them and reported the matter years before his retirement Hon of to Custodian Pros Ray. Mr. Ray took proposals, Capt. Frank M. Logan, nlso an cd- - tically all of tho leading flro SCRAPS TELL STORY the matter up with tho United States from active business a few years ago. j It proposes to havo the Senate give of tho Messenger, was indicted anco companies of this country, OF FAMILY HISTORY It may bo truly said that no better offlclal notice to President Wilson District Attorney, with tho Herndons, but was ing for Judgments totalling citizen that "Uncle" Bob Her ever and the American Peace Mission at AVhat Cards Say. arrestod for tho reason ho is now'sGl as a result of tho flro that de- While "Christ died to glvo us Spiritual lived In the county, and his memory Paris that ratification of the treaty agreeable enjoying recently a very in Loxlngton attending n meeting of stroyed tho distillery and warehouses visit with tho family of Is a treasure to a large number of is opposed In its present form wkich tho Knights of Pythias. last August with a loss of more than Liberty," reads an Inscription on one Mr. Nat Llndley ,of Matanzas, wo sido of the small cards, about 2 by friends. has the League covenant Interwoven wero shown an ' Tho arrest caused a real sensation $3,000,000. interesting collection Ho is survived by ilvo children: .with the term3 of settlement. and tho Incident was still tho talk of Tho suits resulted in a dispute over 4 Inches In size. of family keepsakes that "Our forefathers bled to glv ues Mrs. C. M. Fulkerson, of O'Bion, Ten- It proposes that the peace treaty for more than a century. date back tho town tonight. Important devel- tho prlco that the whisky was worth Among nessee, Mrs. P. Jones, Ceralvo; R. E. shall bo so drawn that the question opments nro expected in the next fow at tho time of tho flro, the insuranco Political Liberty." these was a glass canteen carried by "Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg Her, of Rockport; Mrs. T. J. Mullen, 'of a League of Nations shall be re-- an ancestor of is intense, duo to companies have been unwilling to pay days us excitement Mrs. Llndley whllo a Princeton, Ind., and J. C. Her, of served for consideration by the tho prominence of tho principals to more than $1.25 a gallon on the whls-th- o died to give us Industrial Liberty." soldier in the Revolutionary war. Tho Inle of any nation without effecting "What do You sayi" controversy. ky loss. Tho dl3tilIory officials claim covering was a cane lace .and tho Oil To The Grave. Germany's obligations in the actual Tho arrest of the Horndons Ls ox- - thot tho whisky ranged from $1.25 finest pleco of work, of tho kind wo FARMERS FIGHTING On the reverse side is a poem call settlement of peace terms. poctcd to further complicate matters to $3.25 a gallon in value according had ever seen. Still In use, and in AGAINST JUG ODDS ed "The Proletarina's Lullaby,' which settlc-whor- o in tho Third Congressional District, j to ago. Alt efforts to reach a Xew Policy Proposed. a nno state or preservation, a safo Democratic politics ls In the .incut liavo failed. Tho officials of is as follows: It proposes to haye the Senate do- - was shown us that had been in tho County Acent McCracken renorts "Rock-a-by- e baby on the treo top, most muddled condition ever known tho Green River Distilling Company the farmers fighting 'furiously against claro u the noUcv ot the Unlted states family for more than a century. It have their head offlco in New York. When you grow up you will work in great to that section. odds in the matter of getting Government that should the peace i3 triangular in form and made to fit a shop. f Europe again be into the corner of the kitchen. This Mrs. Ilcrmlnn Faints. you get married your wlfo will out their crops, and they are making and freedom When to glvo OHIO COUNTY HOYS refused Tho Herndons headway. This has been nerhaDs tho threatened Dy any power or comm- - style of safe or cupboard was in comwork, too, WOUNDED DURING WAR natlon r Pwers the Unlted states mon use a half century ago, but few bond, wero taken to jail, but soon So that tho plutes may have nothing wettcst sprfng ever encountered by present generation of farmers, wlu reSard such a situation as a men-an- d of them have been seen by the youngafterwards wore admitted to bail. tho to do. Mausey H. Albln, Ualzetown. On being released from Jail Mrs. cron nlantlnc'has been a task of ace to ltselE alld wouId Pledse tho er generation. A log house, tho tlm- States, if necessary, to go to bers for which were hewn by Mr. Everett Leo Chapman, Hartford. Horndon fainted and was taken to a "Rock-a-by- e baby on the tree top, unusinl difficulty But crowinc lin- - Unitedflnfanan if nlirfll-v.. Tir 1 ... -tin" nnnln T ttiillnita fo nt. , 0 1,..111 ntntnln t1U ll4 n Harry. Morton Crumes, Hoslne. Dlu,lua room in n hotel which she was pass bc.u. When you grow old your wages will ' Patient with the advance of the sea- - '" Tho resolution was ordered by Sen- - yard, and which is preserved out ot Wesley Daniels, Fordsvlllc. ing at tho time. A physician was son the farmers doubled their efforts, gtoP ator Knox ater a conference with respect for tho hands that shaped it Kmmett Debrulor, Fordsvlllc. called and In a short time alio had reWhen you havo spent tho little you Plowed rain or shine, and. have sue- William Decker, Echols. covered sulllciently to bo nt her desk iceeded In planting at least half of the Chairman Lodge ot the committee more than half a century ago, is a save and tliero were evidences that it sort of "old curiosity shop" for hous- Clodlo Evans, White Run. in tho Messenger oftlco. The Indictbaby, off to tho corn crop, and perhaps seventy-fiv- e Then rock-a-b. B. Chester Brunor Foster. Horse ment was based on an editorial which percent of the tobacco crop. There would havo tue "acklns. of most of ing the family relics, much of which e Clarenco Hardin, Point Pleasant. appeared in tho Messongor May 1, In yet fifteen days more at the plant- - thoso who have conducted the fight is rubbish, but is preserved for sen- Not' Believed Criminal. ' a Hoovor, Hartford. timental reasons. A novelty pecu- Edd which the paper announcd its purpose Ing season and much additional plant, gainst the league Whl.e notulns crlmiuiil U believed Tho Knox resolution was referred liar to a dead and gone age was Ernost Hurt, McIIunry. to oppose T. S. ntioa as a candidate to bo contained in tho literature it- - ing will bo done. However, wheat without debate to the Foreign Re- - "camphor bottle" used by Mrs. Lind Elvis Johnson, Narrows. for governor. self, It undoubtedly ls being spread harvest, already begun, will prove a To a twentieth James Johnson, Reynolds Station. by the "Reds" called Bolshevik! in serious handicap to further planting. latlons Committee and tho storm for ley's grand-mothe- r. Tho Messenger recontly printed a Leslie D. Jones, Fordsvlllo. speculation number of editorials in which it anhas the day appeared to have passed over, century generation a "camphor bot- Much pessimistic Germany Russia and in tle" has ""le meaning, but a genera- Arglo W. Leaclu Prctlss. r.. "V 1 nounced its intention of ridding Lo..n,i liPnn Jmluleert in reenni to tho wheat ARMENIAN-SYRIA- ? n.i ... .'. . . tlontlon ago every aged lady felt hor . Dew P. McConnell, Simmons. r i.i if gan County of "political domination.' uuxemuurg, reiencu , .iu uu .i. i.ini,i imt vf "".v..uvuu w.......j ... " iuu KOsa FUNDS ARE HAISED handbag equipment lacking without Thomas Murray Maddox, Wysox. card, wore the radical leaders in Ger- - the grain enn be securely harvested a It chargd certain Influences in tho the camphor bottle, which was a sort Joseph Maple, Rockport, county with winking nt fraudulent per cent yield may be ex- many who wero seized nnd executed seventy-fiv- e Tho collection of the $1400 fund, of first aid to headache, fainting and Robert S. Mason, Hartford. In tho samo election practlcos. pected. by Berlin mobs when they attempted the quota ot Ohio county, in under other trifling ills. An old trunk be- Kelly Pierce, Rosiuo. breath the Messenger had tho audarepub to overthrow the bourgeois jway with; with fair prospects for tho longing to Mr. Llndloy's grandfather Horbort B. Roach, Beaver Dam. QUAINTIE'S COLUMN. city to montion the namo of T. S. lican Govorument under Elbert which entire fund to be raised. The pre- - had lhn?"unopened for fifty years un- Leonnrd Rowe, McHenry. Hhea, then a candidate for governor, had boon set up In Be.rlln. L. Stearman, Centortown. Albert Miss Margurite Taylor returned to cincto which have so far turned in til a few years ago a member of tho leading baukor of Uusscllvllle, and by soldiers Liebknecht was shot family from Maryland came Into tho Searcy W. Stewart, Beaver Dam. and "Red Rosa," a Polish Jewess by her home Tuesday morning after a reports ot funds raised follows: formerly one of tho state Democracy's $62 community collecting data for a hisEast Hartford Wnde, Deanfield. Alva V. Ma unc bent wheel horses. to death and her short visit with Miss Martha Pate. birth, was beaten $62 tory of the Llndley, family, when tho West Hartford which Murphree Omar Thomas Wallace, Hartford. body thrown in a canal, where it only Mrs. Henderson left Tho offending ditorlal, $50 old trunk was opened and many inE. Beaver Dam Watson, McHenry. Wednesday for her home in Owens-bor- o Walter brought about tho Indictment, said, was discovered. recently papers W. Beaver Dam $50 teresting and documents Roscoo Westorflold, Fordsvlllo. after spending the weok end in part: as the The "Reds" are known Contertown $10. i found. We were shown a number ot Cyrus Williams, Wysox. "Wo may bo askod that if It bo truo "proletarian party" tho world over with her parents here. Shrove $12. these old land grants, tax receipts Clarence Mitchell, Fordsvlllo. Mr. Ira D. Bean, traveling salesthat the law has boon violated why and are fond of giving themselves and slave transfers which we found & Bros., New Carroll M. Jarboo, Reynolds. we don't go to court and ask that this title. "Plutes" referred to in the man for J. Samuels extremely interesting. BOILED DOWN. Corrections In 'and additions to nrnnnc.inda nro the nlutocrats. York, has returned home. those guilty of violation of the law Msses Beulak Palmer and Our answer is that un- - this list should be sent promptly to bo punished Federal authorities have given or- -' ItECENT LAND SALES. The Kentucky masons havo started McHenry, were In town lor tho conditions heretofore stated tho County Historian. ,iflrs that anv such llteraturo found Nuckols, a million dollar drive for funds to Wednesday, court wo consldor the fact that tho be seized and Custodian Ray ordered W. S. Mercer to V. O. Baker lot, in Mr. E. Y. Parks. Central City, spent build a new Widow's and Orphans which tries tho caso and the sheriff CIVIL WAR VETERAN tho watchman to keep a lookout for Rockport, $350. SURRENDERS TO DEATH (he distributors of tho propaganda. tho weok end with his sister, here. In Louisville. Jury havo been elected who selects tho ( M. J. Williams to W. H. Pierco 120 Judge Wilson was in Lexington tho Home, in Louisville to offlco by the samo machine and A strict investigation was ordered Cattle prices on the Chicago mar acres, near Rosine, $1600. Joseph H. Smith, ot Rockport, first of the week. we do hot think there thoroforo by tho District Attorney. w Centortown Coal Company files arMrs. Hoyt Taylor has rented room3 ket are about $5.00 per hundred be much chance of conviction enty sev'on years old and a veteran ot substituting ticles of incorporation those of early spring. at Mrs. Lucy Hubbard's and moved In tact, about tho samo chance as a the civil war, died Juno 7. Mr. NEGRO DRAWS FINE Louisville for Centertown as the placo FOR POINTING GUN Into same. worsted dog would havo chasing an Smith was born in Schuylkill couuty, I An organization was effected at of Its chief offices. Perm., and when a young man enllst- Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Rowo havo j asbestos cat through hell." Washington to launch a campaign T. J. Whlttlnghlll leases rooms for Viriril Thomas, a nouro farm hand moved to town. Circuit Judge John S. Rhea ls a ed In tho Union army, with the 129th , promomou. use ot Cumberland Telephone ComMrs. LSuis Fulkerson has returnod Tor worm-wm- e of Tom S. Rhea. Judgo Rhea Inft., served tlirougn tiie war ami was of Barrets Ferry, was given a flue brother w V pany, at Fordsvlllo, for term of years. called tho grand Jury together and ' promoted for bravery and efficient ot j50 and cost, by a Jury in Judgo 'from a visit to, In, or at Kronos. operation of the railTheodore Woehler to Jesse Gllmare Government Miss Maurlno Martin has returned charged Its membora especially with servlco on tho field of battle. After cook's court Friday. Lorenzo Bon-- 1 roads In tho past tour months cost 50 acres .near Whitosvllle, $1800. mention-th- e closo ot tho war he camo to Ken- - nett wa8 the complaining witness. Tho from a visit to, in, or at Cromwell, reference to the publication Corlnno Woodward Thomas to Mrs. Miss Blanch Park ls spending the the country $250,000,000 In boneses ed, stating that tho Jury must indict lucky nnd was employed as a sta- - ciiarg0 was pointing a gun. The ovl- -' to tho owners of tho roads, to say Ola Felix, two lots, in Hartford, $200. court or the tlonary onglnoer in the mines at aonco developed the fact that whllo weok ond with Miss Edna Black, either tho officers ot tho F. O, Baker to J. M. Williams lot, Mr. Coakley Taylor has been visit-th- nothing of the millions incroased pasodtiors of tho paper. It is said also Echols, for moro than forty years. engaged in the settling of somo trl-- 1 senger and freight rates cost tho In Beaver Dam, $1100. was not Ira- - Ho was in many respects a remarka- - (Ilng business transaction a dispute ing his sister Mrs. Howard Ellis, whon tho Indictment Ohio county Board of Education to public. modlatuly forthcoming ho went before bio man, being always honest, careful ar0se, during which Thomas drew a j Miss Mary Maxwell Beanis sick, Larkln HInes lot, In Haytl, $100. Jury In person and insisted in the dischargo of his work, and'gun ami threatened to kill Bennett.; Mr. Earl Barnes has returned to tho grand Ben Graves to Ed Cooper lot, hg Tho poaco conforenco has decided kindly disposed to all with whom ho uonneit being unarmed walked away his home in Collier, W. Vn., having upon tho return of nn indictment. ot Mrs. Horndon, espo- - had to deal. In tho forty years ho'alui Thomas followed him, again spent ten days with his parents heie. to admit Germany as a member ot tho Rockport, $1000, Tho jailing F. L. Folix to A. L. Rial la Miss Lourene Collins spent tho League ot Nations. dally aroused public sentiment hoisted coal and men and mules at tho j n,nijng throats ot vloloncp. A war--' Hartford, $800. nothing before had over done. mines ho never had an accident that rant waa sworn out charging Thomas weok end with her parents. horo a8 Josso D. Crpwo to R. Tho Mexican bandit leader, Villa, flourishing a gun, on tho public j Dr. E. A. Carson, Corbln, Ky 8ho Is universally popular, Is a' injured man or beast. Ho was a creqk. ot tho late Rev. James S.jvoted husband, a worthy father and highway, trial upon which charge riVed yesterday to spend a few days is said to havo massed 5,000 rebel 45 acres, on Burnetts G rover Wilson to Flore troops uear tho American line, and wlUi relatives tho respect of all who know lias not ueen had. Chandler and a sister of Rev. J. A.jonjoyed 5 interest 148 acres, -. Mr. Loney MInton has opened a Toxas la asking tho privilege of moChandlor, pastor ot Landor Momorial him. Ho was a faithful member of and Hawesvlllo road, $li restaurant hero and will also run a bilizing its national guard. is promt- - the Presbyterian church, died in the HOAD ENGINEERS" GO church, in Loulsvillo. Sho Otis Westerflold to J. OVER COUNTY ROUTE transfer between hero and Beavor nont in club circles and is au officer, faith, and tho funoral service was In milling circles the prediction is ncres, near Uoynolds, $7d Dam. ot tho conducted by Rev. Hotchkiss, Pastor ot tho Grand Chapter. Order J. B. Tichonor to Harv Engineers went over tho Ohio coun Mr. nnd Mra. Joe Tato woro in liolng made that the largest wheat Eastern Star. Sho charges that she ot tho Rockport Presbyterian church, crap In tho history ot tho country acros, near Centortown, Cromwell, Wodnesday. was compelled The nctlvo pall bearers were eight ty section ot tho Owonsboro-Bowlln- g was taken to Jail and Mr. Marshall Barnes and John will not result In roduclnng the price j Clarenco Marlow to AH to stand during tho entlro time she world war veterans in uniform, Dr. Green post road Monday and Tues was no chair or.C. R. Layton, John D. Ham, Ray Har- - day. Engineer Spurrier, of Daviess Dames Beaver Dam, wero in town ot flour. Excessive export uemanu is nlngs 70 acres, nearo Bali was thero as thoro CI Mrs. M A. Leach-tcoungiven as the reason. other furniture upon which sho might rel, Travis Maples, Alva Landrum, county, John B. Wilson, ot Ohio made Wednesday. lot, at Olaton, $450. ty, and State Engineer Crozler Miss Marlon Hill was in town tho French and Ortlett Carter. wus tho exhaustion that all down. It E. M. Hoover to C. U. Tho cash por capita circulation in The grave was decorated with flow-er- s, tho preliminary survey. These men first ot the week. causod her to falut whon sho lett tho m tho Uuited States rose from $34.65 in Olaton, $1000. by the ladles ot Rockport, and will turn In their report to state oad jail, sua said. G. V. Fentress to O. W. O. W. UNVEILING. 1913 to $56.23 in 1919. planted the stars and diroctor Wiley from which he will an old tract, near Narrows, $7 coustruc-Btructto- n Beavor Dam Camp N. 502, W. O. stripes over the remains ot one ot mented upou tho low cost of CROMWELL MARSHAL E. M. Hoover to JohaJ Illinois was the first state to ratify to present to the federal W. will unveil the monument ot SovMUST ANSWER WARRANT his most highly esteemed friends. Tho enereign Hob L. Taylor, at Sunnysldo the constitutional suffrage amend- at Olaton, $1000. family has tho sympathy ot tho entiro road authorities. Whllo tho W. F. Coffinan to state Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Ky., on Sun- ment, with Wisconsin followlugaa a A warrant was returned In Judge community and especially.of the writ- gineers would give no deflnlto acres, on Greeu river, $9 report for tue day, Juno 22nd., 1919 at 3 p. m. closo second. Cook's court, charging. Jesse Embry, er. God rest his soul and comfort ment, reserving their Sov- ' John A. Uratcher propor authorities, Mr. Crozler corn- - Everybody cordially invited. Marshal of Cromwell, with exercising his children and friends. construe-erolgns will moot at 1 p. ni. is reported from Washington 11 acres, in Grayson It A friend. monted upou tho tow cost f tho duties of au officer without hav- y. to-daJ co Sec-sadle- ry I ask-Joint- ly or rd ......- t ,.... ..c, ... Vi ye ' -i ii.i,,f ;"i iiniiiii 1 ! ' ' sev-wou- ld bo-lo- ' ' ' . at de-'w- th 1-- mmi el ' ATTRACTIVE CASH PRE 4 June 12tk IflP ii $1.25 Ladies' Waists $1.50 Ladies Waists $2.25 Ladies' Waists $2.75 Ladies' Waists $3.00 Ladies' Waists $3.75 Ladies' Waists $4.00 Ladies' Waists.' $4.50 Ladies' Waists $6.50 Ladies' Waists 16.50 Ladies' Silk Dresses Ledies crepe-de-chi12.50 ne to 19th i both dates included, prices will prevail that are very attractive, and especially when the condition of the market is considered. Every customer knows that all cotton goods are much higher, and further advances on lines sure to come. But we need the money, and while our prices are, in some cases, less than wholesale prices, yet it will be your privilege to enjoy these low prices and on merchandise all of which is in demand. made on every article from this department Substantial reductions will and you have no better line to select from than here, with the best of service, Don't miss this department. Shirts, Ties &c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $6.00 .25 MILLINERY be ' Ready To Wear Department $ Wool Dress Goods $ .90 1.10 1.25 .80 1.00 1.25 1.50 White Goods .35 Per yard White Linen Per yard White Skirting. . .75 Per yard White Gaberdeen .40 Per yard White Gaberdeen .50 .75 Per yard White Gaberdeen .60 .50 .60 Per yard White Poplin .50 Per yard White Soiesette . . . .40 .80 Per yard White Organdy. . .70 .50 Per yard- White Organdy. . .40 .40 Per yard White Organdy. .' .30 421.'. .50 Per yard White Voile .40 Per yard White Batiste. . . . .30 .30 Per yard White Batiste. . . . .25 .35 Per yard White Batiste .... .30 .60 Per yard White Batiste .... .30 .S5 $1.00 Per yard White Voile .25 .30 Per yard White Voile .50 Per yard White Madras.. .40 .40 Per yard White Flaxon .... .30 .30 Per yard White Flaxon 22L .60 Per yard White Waisting. . .50 .35 Per yard White Waisting. . .30 .30 Per yard White Waisting. . .25 .20 Per yard White Waisting. . .15 .40 Per yard White India Linen .30 .30 Per yard White India Linen .25 .40 White Percale Suiting. . . . .30 .40 .50 White Lingerie Cloth .40 White Nainsook (colors .30 also) .45 White Nainsook (colors .35 also) .40 .50 White Beauty Silk .35 White English Longcloth. . .30 .40 .50 White Table Damash .50 .60 White Table Damask 1.00" $1.25 White Table Linen $1.75 White Table Linen 1.40 $2.00 White Table Linen....... 1.50 1.80 $2.25 White Table Linen .40 White Crepe .30 - 1.00 1.15 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.75 3.25 3.50 5.50 12.50 6 Dresses $3.00 Ladies' Dresses $2.60 Ladies' Dresses $2.25 Ladies Dresses $1.75 Ladies' Dresses $1.30 Ladies Apron $2.25 Ladies' Dresses $2.00 Ladies' Dresses $1.75 Ladies' Dresses $1.00 $1.25 $1.40 $2.00 $2.50 $ .65 $1.25" ... . 10.00 2.50 2.25 1.90 1.50 1.15 1.85 1.50 1.40 75 1.00 1.25 1.75 .40 .50 .75 $1.00 $1.25 Work Shirts Work Shirts Work Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Silk Shirts Wash Ties Silk Ties Silk Ties Silk Ties Silk Ties Silk Ties ."... . '. 2.00 2.50 3.00 5.00 .20 .30 .40 .60 .SO $2.50 Per yard Serge $2.00 $1.75 Per yard Serge 1.50 $1.25 Per yard Serge 1.00 $1.00 Per yard Serge .80 .50 Per yard Serge .40 $1.25 Per yard Wool Gaberdeen. . 1.00 $1.75 Per yard Wool Dress Goods L.50 L.00 $1.25 Per yard Mohair .90 Per yard Mixed Wool .75 .75 Per yard Mixed Wool .60 .60 Per yard Suiting .50 .50 Per yard Suiting .40 .SO $1.00 .40 .90 .50 .65 Per yard White Linen .SO .60 Silk Striped Serge .30 Suiting .35 Per yard Suiting Per yard Suiting .65 .25 .45 1.00 Hats And Caps $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.25 $2.00 $1.00 $6.00 $3.50 $3.00 $1.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Silks, Poplins And $2.00 Per yard Silk $1.00 Per yard Silk .75 Per yard Silk .80 Per yard Silk $1.25 Silk Poplin $2.00 Silk and Wool Poplin .60 Cotton Poplin $1.50 Crepe-de-chin- e $1.75 Crepe-de-chin- e $2.25 Georgette $2.00 Georgette $1.50 Silk Chiffon I. $1.00 vone .50 Voile .40 Voile .30 Voile IT-.'- 0 1.00 1.00 $1.25 1.25 $1.50 1.60 $2.00 1.75 $2.25 Heatherbloom Underskirts 1.25 $1.50 $2.75 Heatherbloom Underskirts 2.00 $1.50 Black sateen Underskirts . . 1.10 $2.00 Black sateen Underskirts . . 1.50 3.50 $4.50 Silk Underskirts 2.50 $3.00 Wash Dress Skirts 3.40 $4.00 Serge Dress Skirt 5.00 $6.50 Serge Dress Skirts 7.00 $8.50 Serge Dress Skirts 9.00 1 1.50 Serge Dress Skirts 17.50 21.50 Ladies' Suits 20.00 25.00 Ladies' Suits 18.00 22.50 Ladies' Suits 90 $1.00 Rompers ; 1.25 $1.50 Rompers 2.00 $2.50 Boys' Wash Suits --. 75 $1.00 Kimonos 1.70 $2.00 Kimonos 2.25 $2.75 Kimonos Misses' Dresses Misses' Dresses Misses' Dresses Middy Blouses . . . Middy Blouses Camisoles Camisoles Envelope Chemise Gowns Gowns Muslin Underskirts . .. .. 2.15 50 Caps Caps Caps Wool Hats Wool Hats Wool Hats Wool Hats Wool Hats Wool Hats Panama Hats Panama Hats Sailor Hats Sailor Hats $ VJciiyo VcXIO .75 Caps .50 Caps 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 .75 5.00 3.00 2.50 1.25 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.25 .75 .60 .40 $1.75 ". . 80 60 .65 t 1.00 1.65 50 1.35 1.50 1.90 1.75 1.25 ni Q'o 40 30 25 35 35 Trunks, Bags &c $12.00 Trunks $10.00 Trunks 7.50 Trunks 7.00 Trunks 2.25 Suit Cases 2.50 Suit Cases 3.00 Suit Cases 5.00 Suit Cases 5.50 Suit Cases 6.00 Suit Cases 3.00 Traveling Bag 3.25 Traveling Bag 5.50 Traveling Bag 7.00 Traveling Bag $ .45 Canton Silk .45 Silk Striped Voile ,... 10.00 8.50 6.25 6.00 1.85 2.00 2.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 2.50 2.75 4.50 5.50 -- Counterpanes, &c $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $2.00 v- - Counterpanes Counterpanes Counterpanes Made Sheets .75 Towels .50 Towels .25 Towels ." $1.75 2.25 2.75 1.50 60 40 20 Batiste, Kimona Cloth &c .20 Batiste .25 Voile Ginghams And Cheviots 30c Gingham (today) .35 Gingham (today) .30 Cheviot 22 .40 Pongee Suiting .40 Kimona Cloth .50 .75 .60 .40 .60 27 1. 25 Mercerized Sateen Creton Drapery Creton Drapery Creton Drapery Gaberdeen, solid colors .. 15 20 30 30 40 60 50 30 .50 Purchasing merchandise from above prices would mean good judgment on your part, even if prices were not advancing. But when we consider the scarcity in some lines and the rapid rising market, with all of which we know you to be acquainted, we believe yuor buying judgment will bring you to our store during these days of unquestionable prices. We have arranged to take care of you, and don't forget that under present conditions of market prices that you are properly caring for yourself and family when you take the time to select your' wants, from each department. S. J. TICHENOR, ' i McHenry, Ky. nnd, Ilkb Moses serving his people for freedom From tho Ulucgrass hold back for years the cruel wavos lovable Reuben Hutchcraft to fill a of frntrlcldal strife. In Jurlsprud-- 1 hero's grave; from the proud city of AT LINCOLN BANQUET enco to Nicholas, Doyle, Robertson, Loulsvlllo worthy followers of her old nnd Harlan, tho great dissenter, In 'Legion, and to tho rolo of tbo heroic oratory to Marshall, Mcnflec, and dead sho gavo Humprics, nobleheart-e- d Clay, of tho older school, and to' Brad Gardner, Humler 4h Louisville February 12 ley nnd Jnmcs, of tho now. In sur- - and Charlie nnother to gallant grave in many find n gory to McDowell, the father of ovarl- - tho land of Lafayette, 1919 Pays Tribute otomy, and to Brashcnr, who first amTo State. putated tho thigh at tho hip Joint. On Famo's eternal camping ground In Journalism to Pcnn and l'rcntlco, Their silent tents nrc spread, 7 and to tho greatest Iloman of thorn Where glory guards with solemn Tliero Is no altar of national lovo or all, our own "Marso Henry," 'Hound tho bivouac of tho dead. who Jintlonnl sorvlco on which KoniUcky first, nnd for months alone, sounded liaB not proudly laid her priceless tli nt stirring bugle call which was at Tonight, thrilled with the memory ElftH of head and heart, of soul and Inst to swell Into the natlonul chorus, of 'our glorious traditions nnd tho recbody Thoro has been nu march of "To hell with tho Hohcnzollerns and ollections of our deathless dead; In progress In which sho did not share, tho Hapsburgs," this hour consecrated by tho memory are actually, over 147 brands of cigano field of endeavor In which sho did of Abraham Lincoln let us solemnly Groat Inventors, not toll, no victory which she did not rettes sold in this country. But, one of In invention to John Fitch and redcdlcate ourselves to tho service of help to win, no defeat In which sho James Rumsoy, who first mastered our State. Let us solemnly deterlid not suffer, and no star on the Chesterfields do,, for Chesterthem does mine that with tho help of. God tho flag which sho did not help to keep In tho principles of tho steamboat, and to Harlow, who Invented tho planeta- future of Kentucky shall be worthy Kb Held of blue. fields do more please the taste they of her past. Let us highly resolve First begotten of the womb of tho rium, and mado n model of tho first that our country shall have our full smoke-sp- ot they let you know you Union, first nursling at tho aniplo locomotive. In theology to Uascom, devotion and tho best service of our breast of tho motherland, sho will bo Waller, nice, and Alexander Camp- hearts and hands. In this spirit wo smoking tho last to desert or dishonor her. bell, who In tho wlldorncss gavo to send our greetings and divide our To tell tho full story of Kentucky's religion a new faith now numbering hearts with the sister States of tho K'fts to the life and progress of the thousands of followers. In art to Republic. And for tho welfare of all in blend blend of fine selected Nation; to recount tho lofty deeds or Jouett, who, with cunning brush, so all we devoutly pray: truthfully delineated the human feaDOMESTIC tobaccos the vo tho names of her distinguished sons, Is Imposslblo In tho brief time tures as to almost make his canvas "Lord of tho universe! shield us and kind and of each. now allowed. We can only sketch breathe nnd speak; to Joel Hart, the guide us, tho mountain peaks of her Influence. sculptor, whose genius touched cold Trusting Thee nlwnys through shadDuring the years of her terrlblo strug and formless marble to make it blush never cigarette grew faster ow and sun! nt its own loveliness. In poetry to gle for existence, even before her Thou hast united us, who shall divide gave in popular favor because no cigarette Into tho Union, her hardy sons O'Hnra, who wrote the Immortal us? and noble daughters were leading elegy for nil heroic dead. Keep us, oh, keep us, the Many in value. The Great Sons. tho vanguard In the march of tho NaOnel To music Kentucky gave a death- Up with our banner bright, progress. tion's Leading In that it I Smoke Chesterfield fresh from mnrch of civilization " started by less song, one which blends In Its Sprinkled with starry light; Boone and his companions when they heart of melody tho mysteries of twi- Spread its faiV emblem from mounmoisture-pro- of package. threw themselves beyond tho walls light and moonrise, the glory of the tain to shore; of tho Appalachians and through the breaking day, the tenderness of siren While through the sounding sky gaps of tho Cuinberlands, and which mother crooning soft and low, the Loud rings the Nation's cry GPMjtfrt&ijKJ,&a&oa- wns to lead on beyond tho Missouri light of hearthstone fires, faces of Union and liberty! ono evermore!" across the Western prairies, "beyond those adored, and visions of the lovtho frowning barrier of the Rockies, ed and lost, and which, speaking a Surgeons agree that in cases of universal language, tugs with memodown to the lapping waters of the Cuts, Hums, Bruises nnd Wounds tbo where now teeming cities light ries' hands at the heartstrings of ev Irst Treatment is most important. their lamps by tho setting sun ero It ery wanderer as ho listens to the call When an efficient antiseptic Is apsinks to rest in ocean's outstreched of the land of his birth In tho tender, plied promptly, there is no dnngor of nrni3l" Ah, pioneers of Kentucky! holy, beautiful strains of "My Old infection and tho wound begins to wilderness road! crimsoned with Kentucky Home." heal at onto. For use on man or Golden Hurley There. blood, golden with romance and lebeast, Uorozono Is tho Ideal Antlscp- dl tann tktn P n lltVII rilt n TlKa AU ,uu., u,.u gend, your story will be told as long !,. hi.".- tl0 and Healing Agent Buy it now as history flnd9 a pen, or truth a Kmss aiuiu mis K'vcu us leaves 01 nnd be ready for an emergency. Price tonguo. Doonc! Kenton! llarrod! golden Hurley, whoso subtle spirit 25c, COc, $1.00 and ?1.G0. Sold by Whitley! Logan! Your moccaslncd when "released by fire steals Into Ohio County Drug Co. m feet hnvo left forever their imprint the fortress of tho brain and binds on tho shores of time. fast the sentinels of grief and care." TUB SONG OF WOODKOW. To the sport of kings, to thrill tho Kentucky N Inudcil. hoarts and tenso the muscles of thous- -' It was tho Kentucky pioneer ands of breathless spectators, has When Germany provoked a war "those knights In buckskin" who given tho wild tattoo beat by sho fly- Of frightfulness unknown before, the quest of followed tho vision-grante- d ing hoofs of Kentucky's thorough- Who wrote epistles by the score? Goorgo Rogers Clark, and who, start'Twas Woodrow. breds as tho flash like light beneath ing from this spot, at Uio falls of tho the wire. To gladden and glorify Ohio, pressed on through swamps the hearts of men we have given Who watched tho havoc Germans and morass, through snow and Ice, wrought, (when wo had to) tho perfect, gra"through difficulties that Immortaliz cious, beautiful gift tho roses out of And when our aid poor Belgium ed endurance," to tho walls of Old j sought, paradise tho women of Kentucky. VJcnncs, where they took from tho Who preached Neutrality of thought? Tht! Supreme Gift. oLotin flni? nf Knplnnil nnrl pnvo flint 'Twas Woodrow. If there had been in all Kentucky Tbbi3the package priceless Jewel "Tho Northwest" . rM-dbut one travail of birth, and that in a A with the moisture-proo- f to glitter forever In tho dladom of the miserable,, pitlablo log cabin, but ono Who saw French cities overrun, y new-bor- n republic. Sons of such &V jacket that keeps Chester. J crooning love song to a babe held in And desecrated by tho Hun, Biros, heirs of such traditions, it is no And said, that nothing should be tho hollow of n mother's shoulder ficld'8 od&nal wonder that tho sons and daughters done? nnd that mother, Nancy Hanks, and and flavor tntact. of Kentucky havo, in tho Ilfo and WSs&faffi N MU emismMm . "VWliBS 'Twas Woodrow. that babe, Abraham Lincoln thitt tak- thought and deods of tho Nation, birth alone would have been enough en high plneo and rank, nor that to make very foot of Kentucky soil When babes wero massacred at sea. given noble gifts to the Kontucky has Who said, "How rude those Germans holy, sacred ground forever. Nation. be," Bunker Hill To rhateiiii Thierry. To tho cause of education she gavo In overy struggle for our exlstcnco, Another note Is duo from mo? tho first newspaper and the first in overy 'Twas Woodrow. hour of our country's need, 40 SUCCESSFUL YEARS country dle(1 llore yesterday within largo and small industries in tho library west of tho Appalachians, and from Bunker Hill to Chatoau Thlor- twenty days of his 100th birthday. hands of workmen of tho lowest was among tho first States of tho Iry, Kentucky has kept step and heart-jbe- at When we wero asked to aid tho plight to Imbed deep In tho founda Union Impure And Poisoned Wood Xo Lous He was a delegate to the first Re- grado and peasants. with tho Nation. In tho Revolu Of Allies struggling for tho right, publican national convention. Bolshevism differs from Socialism er Terrorize Thoso Who tion of her government that rock of tion tho long - Who said, "We are to proud to fight?1 tho in that the Socialist require that tho n nna tlsh A tiinflnnn stmt ttt rv .. -,tni wans helped torifles ofKing's Kcntuc- l. Know of "Number 40." 'Twas Woodrow. ubw HOLSHHVIKI positions of importance to bo given to ntcw- - 'tain with a ring ofcircle In 1812 they ,n, Vh0 aIm1 ?f fire. MEANING MAJORITY tho ablest men. This is the record of the famous nu jJuiui njiii ikiuu to Heck, Bllli tho "melancholy Raisin," and Who captured ballots by tho score, In tho Bolshevism masquerades Hrcckenrldge, Letcher, Carlisle and died at prescription known as "Number i Syndi- United States as the I. W. W. as they Bolshevism is practically under gallant Richard Johnson they And held the chair He'd held before, old Successfully 40 For Tho Blood." to Clay, tho great compromiser, who found revenge at the battle of tho Because he kept us out of war? calism in other words, all Industries preach tho samo doctrines as tho Bolemployed in diseases of tho glandustood with loving heart and lofty Thames. Twas Woodrow. are to bo seized, not by tho Governbrain botween tho North and South, lar system, in blood poison, mercurial ment, but by Individual workmen shevik!. From reference files N. Y. At New Orleans they stood by tho Public Library. lead poisoning, chronic rheumaside of "Old Hickory" und with un- But when at last the Country chose and who happen to bo employed in theso tism, catarrah, constipation, Indigesusing vio once if need bo erring nim shot tho redcoats whero To raise In arms against our foes Industries toxic their white belts crossed abovo their Who quickly struck tho mnrtlal poso? tion, stomach trouble, malaria, scro- rnd eliminating all men of jpeolnl poisoning, hepatic congestions, 'Twas Woodrow. FOR FLETCHER'S training or ability. This leaves the hearts until they broke and fled. On fulous, enlargements, teores, ulcers, the lakes they furnished to victorious complete ownership and control of who'faught well, mercurial and lead poisoning. "Num-bh of his At Chntcau-ThlerPerry more than 40" is made by J. C. Mendenhall, Who chained the Huns at St. Mlhlel, command. It is almost unbelievable, on tho Mouse, Who gavo them 40 years a druggist, Evansvlllo, Ind. but true, that in tho total casualties And Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Hell? . of this war Kentucky suffered more -- i! Not Woodrow. In Mexico they sancthan A regular morning operation of tified with their blood on tho fields And who should go, with courage high the bowels puts you in flno shape for and of Cerro Gordo.- - Chanultenec Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite .ji tho day's work. If you miss it you VaWTv'I sanculnarv Buona Vista, whero fell I To sit In conclavo at Versailles, jus ay vsks a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would iKysASSjifSv feel uncomfortable and cannot put i McKee, young Harry Clay nnd gallant I And stick his finger In tho PIE? 1 have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most But Woodrow. For all Yim into your movemonts. Vaughn. In tho great Civil War disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with bowel irregularities Herbino Is tho Kentucky furnished tho commandersbutter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have romedy. It purifies, strengthens nnd of both armies Lincoln and regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but Slnco Emperors from their thrones regulates. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio and to tho two contending Those Nervous Headaches Davis sho gavo moro soldiors than tho after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just County Drug Co. are hurled, in hosts seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were i For whom should banners bo uufurl- which are the lot of so total of her voters. Llko plumed no good at all for my trouble. I heard Yes, I had an awful ed Mrs. Gilder hosts of battlo, knights and sho gavo to lend tho Wolford, Hrock- - As Autocrat of tho world, many fright the other night. I heard a Morgan and But Woodrow. nolso and got up, and thero from unlurldgo and Rousseau, Kelly and Mothers. ' der tho bed I saw a man's feet stick-lu- g Hanson, Duko ami Adams, and at tho out. Teething babies nlways ltavo a close sho was tho first Statu in tho Visitor Mercy! Tho burglor's? legislative enactment, to hard time of It when this process Union, by ' Mrs. Glider No, my doar, my husbreast occurs In hot weather. Thoy not ontako back to her Ho had heard tho nolso thoy ly havo to contend with painful gums bands foet 3tfW her children no inattor whether woro tho Gruy or tho Bluo. but tho stomach Is disordered, bow-ol- a boforo I did. Washington Star, a looso and tho body uncomfortaIn tho greatest, and wo pray God recommended very highly, so began to use It. It cured "I thought Miss Maymeo's costumo it may bo tho last strugglo for froo- - ble. Tho host help you can glvo tho me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best sufforor Is McGoo's Baby Elixir, yesterday was blznrro." ilom, Kontucky, with an unmixed liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or "That shows how much a man nlty.'mot ovory demand, filled ovary It corrects sour stomach, cools und acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht quota and oversubscribed hor shuio quiets tho boweU and helps digestion, knows about women's clothes. It the jaded liver and helps it to do Its important work of of ovory Liberty Loan. Thnnk God, tho Pi ice 25c and COc per bottle. Sold was India silk." Baltimore Anjerl- throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysm cun. old State Kindly, proudly made tho by Ohio County Drug Co. tem. This medicine should be in every household for Seldom Fail to Relieve great sacilflco flesh of hor flesh, use In time of need. Get a package today. If you feel LAST MAX WJIO FOUGHT Laiiio Hni'k Relieved. bono of her bono und coro of her sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh toAny Ache or Pain. IX MEXKJAX WAR DEAD . For lamo back apply Chamberheart's deslro; sho sent hor sons to morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. For Salt by All Druga'it). meet llko knights of old Iho great ad- lain's Liniment twlco u day and mas-sag- o ONE CENT A DOSE San Jos, Cal Juno, 3. Dr Sus-se- ll tho muscles of tho back over (173) venture From tho waters of the MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. B. Tripp, said to havo boon tho Cumberland sho sent Howard Kinloy tho seat of pain thoroughly at each m last Mexican War voteran In this to dlo llko an eaglo abovo tho clouds application. , ELOQUENT KENTUCKIAN Only ONE out of 147 does it ! There what than touch the are not i and they satisfy! a It's the TURKISH and right the right quantity There was a just that co ever such Prove the a Pn-clfl- c, .., of Turkish and CI GAMETTES Domestic tobaccos blended A& &$&gS MW W&Gli'My M X WmtJtMiF &" yJ $$& ...... . "" Moun-Bchoo- , y, or one-fourt- Children Cry CASTO R A MmWM kj Tf?i r ono-thlr- d. STOMACH TROUBLE Why Suffer "t A! S2E I J Housewives THEDFORD'S Mir war-bcarr- loy-jl!tt- lo (The Hartford Republican li nAinioitJ) 1'iuNTixn company Incorporated JOHN IIKNUY THOMAS yV. H. I'uMMicd Weekly IMltor T1NSI.I3V, nml lluslncss Milliliter. Aw-nrlnl- lMltor Entcrcil according to lnw nt tho PoRtomcc, Hartford, Ky., ns mall matter of tho second class. Address all communications Tlio Hartford Itcpubllcnn. to la tho United State scnalo notifying tho American pence commissioners nt VorsnllloH thnt tho sonnto will not rnllfy a troaty lncorpornting tho proposed Leaguo of Nations, and advising the Commission thnt it is Its proper business lo conclude n" treaty of peace with Germany, release- our soldiers from military service, restore peace to tho world and attend to tho There l.enimo of Nations nftcrwnrd. Is no doubt thnt this resolution re flects the overwhelming sentiment of tho people of tho United Stntes. The congress hai passed tho resolu a suffrage amend tion submitting ment for tho ratification of tho stntes, but this action docs not insure womnn suffrage by national action. It re s of quires the votes of tho stntes to ratify a constitutional Thirteen stntes ran re- amendment. "Most of tho southern it. Joct states will offer tho bugbear of tho negro women as nn e.xcuso for rejecting the suffrage amendment, and it is more than probable that stntes from other sections of the Union will Join with the negro- fearing south to block tho movement. three-fourth- new nnd sorrows of men ns no other people know them, nnd their sympathy renches down whorcevcr Then humnn suffering nppenls. humble servants of mankind nro not too proud, women no less thnn men, go Into tho slums and dens of vice nnd crime nnd appeal to criminal and outcasts to break their wretched shaekels and live. Tho work they do is worthy to bo rownrded, nnd this call for help should ho henrd with attention and rownrded with libt- ' (WWWSMSiW Deering Mowers Y ( erality. mm WHY IIKllllUi TA.i:S. ' al Insertion. Obltunrlcs, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks. Cc por lino, money In Church Notices for services free, but other ndvortisomonts, Cc per lino. Anonymous communications will rocolvo po attention. Cumberland Farmers Mutunl Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must glvo tho old address In ranking tho request. 10c Unfitness Locals and Notices )or line, and Cc per lino for addition- NOtlCtt TO .SUItSCItlltKltS. nil Kentucky farm lands linvo boon raised sky high by. 'the Stato Tnx Commission, and taxes u tjio total have been Increased until tho burden Is almost unhenrahle. mps no Increased Tho benefits, no Increased good effects of goornment and nothing to show for tho money ho Is paying. Wo some- times ask, why? What Ih tho rea-- h son? Think over tho following ure8 and you will begin to seo the Throughout - tax-pay- er Bht. tkm:ihoni:s. 123 Ot JUNK 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo nro authorized to announce I. 8. Mnson n candldato for Representative of Ohio county, subjdet to tho action of tho Republican party at tho primary election August 2, 1910. Wo are authorized to announce George Baker, of Muhlcnhurg county a candldato for tho nomination for Btnto Senator in tho 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of Muhlcnhurg, Duller nnd Ohio, subject to tho action of tho Republican party at tho primary election, August S. 1!19. Wo nro authorized to announce I)r. T. (1. Turner, of Muhlcnhurg County, as a candidate for tho nominally, tor Stato Senator In the 7th. Senatorial district, composed of Ohio Duller and Muhlenburg counties, subject to the action of the Tarty at tho primary election to bo held August 2nd., lttlJ It Is a fair assumption that the preponderance of American hentlment is for this country to get out of Europe ns Minn as practical, and to leave no entangling alliances behind. . The automobile Is of country and city life, and it wnntsNinly good roads to bring the best culture of the times to tho door of the farm boy and girl. level-c- tho great r Union county voted the 20 cent road tax by u majority of 1000. Ono ly one the counties are dropping Into line. If tho Fiscal court will glvo oiii voters another chanco at tho August primary they will go over tho top. tions and yet nobody seems to havo a coming on tho nomination of either party for president. Tho war neonm to havo taken tho '"tick" out of politics. j;uc-s- s June, and another Juno Is tho season lor holding national convenIt Is IllebHcd ns wo nro with n network or railroads fow of wo Ohio county peoplo would bo willing lo move Into county that has no railroads, and did It ever occur lo you that people living In counties with good roads would hesitate quite us much to move into Ohio county where wo do not have them? :i 'I he Armenian and Syrian relief ul Tiinil and tho Salvation Army drives should bo driven lo a speedy and end and then perhaps It would bo well lo let up on tho "drives" for All tho purposes for which ii season. money had been asked of tho public weie worthy ones, but there Is a limit to which people of moderate means may give. It wilt bu a fortunate day for our farm boyn when their parents send them to the agricultural rather than to tho literary collego. Wanting the pornounl oxpuileuee the average farmer nvorJudgoM the fortune that favors liht turn with a chair in u city office. Tim fieudom and liidepuuduuco of Inriii life, when the farm is really wnilli while, bilug a doxico of ami happlueM rarely enjoyed In nl'I'U'e slavery. Tho atliiiliiiulriit ion plays a I'.ume of statecraft Kwp u copy of the (riiiie In attempting to ponce treaty from the American public. The document liu been printed and widely distributed In Ciermuny uud tin neutral rouuliles of ICurope, and, of course, Even found Its vuiy to thin country. than administration Houston attempted to pundit senator UoihIi from loailliiff It Into lliu ret'urd of thu an-utThis action I In utraiiKU contrail with the 1'resMwnt's vaunted iloetrliitf of upon diplomacy. A o. icsulutlon lias been Jn'ruduml of tlvo million dollars, which Is bearing five per cent Interest, or $2fi0,-00- 0 every year. No plan has been provided by tho present administration, nnd the party responsible for tho state debt, to meet or pay it,-- no policy inaugurated to reduce It, no cutting down of expenditure, ro abolishment of useless offices, bu' those who would not drlvo their poll Ileal henchmen nnd favorites from tho pie counter those who would The square danco Is a form of ex not stop tho leaks in tho Treasury erclse that develops grace of move nro now attempting to ralso the a- n pleasurable !ses:ncnt of every farmer's land, nii'l ment and supplies way to rnlse tho ax d amusement lor inose who oiikhku hi In a It, and when conducted under reason- rato and so provide more pap, pit able restrictions is opei to no criti- and Jobs. cism. Kven tho round danco, when The staggering sum of six million the touch respects the rules demand dollars, the Increased stato debt of ed by taste and modesty, may bo al- - j two million dollars and tho sum total lownble, but when it indulges license of the state's obligation of five mil of embrace that can not fall to arouse lion dollars, drawing interest at of $2.ri0,000 a year, is tho rial the voluptluous passions It becomes a danger to morals of the young men reason back of the present unsatls and women who Indulge It, and moth- factory tax law, and tho PRODUCING ers thoughtful for the priceless vlr-tu- CAUSE of the Increased assessment" of their daughters should made upon farm lands. You an forbid them to engage In vote for the party responsible for it. these figures or you can vote to rebuke that party. Notwithstanding the pending fedA vote under the Rooster m an' eral prohibition amendment' Kentuc- that you stand for It. Log Cabin, ky will vote on slate wide prohibition A vote under the nt tho November election. The adop- means that you will not stand for it. ltlght the wrong In November. tion of the state wldo amendment should be accomplished without diviCUS'I OMAItV AVERSION sion of tho voters. Whatever of opinion may exist about REASON POP. DIVORCE the practicability of prohibition it should bo given a fair trial. Thcro Airs P.osn Dear has fll'd uult In Is no dlspulng the fact that tho liquor circuit court praying a decree of sepbusiness ns at present conducted Is a aration fiom her husband, James great evil that 'heeds correction, and Dear. Mrs. Hear alleges the t UHtorn-nr- y whatever plans one may havo for abandonment and settled making such correction It Is clear as grounds for dlvorn' Hht the coiiuliy is going to try no other asks for tho use of the lit. m Mr ;id In plan until complete prohibition has Hartford and ?1C.OO a n Mb alibeen given a trial. Let iih try it mony Mr Hear A few weeks ajs and if it works keep it and If It falls was tried on u lunacy writ uil out turn then to a more practical phut. by his wire and sent to th n'.lum at Hut at any rate the way to a final HcpMns'.llIe. but was ro!c."d from adjustment of the liquor question is Hie in''tiulun u few da and through bone dry prohibition legisHe haa been i r o I h .me lation. ivtng Ai'll his !l'lle,V. Mr Johll S'lHiry. In the Taffy nel l.bf rbood. Tho United States senate Is about to pass a resolution notifying presiSALE. dent Wilson that the League of Namust bo separated tions covenant Ono large, chestnut, sorrel maro, from tho pence treaty to Insure the 7 years old, 1G hands high, excellent ratification of tho treaty and the traveler to buggy and gentle for Louisville Times grows frantic over children to drive. Will work any tho senate's action. It bewails the where and Is a good brood mare, In calamitous even tof tho somite hubest of condition. miliating the President. The Times the 13. 11. MASON, Is the assures ns the senate's action Hiiford, Ky. IGtt most wicked since tho days of llurr upon the and Wllkersou, and calls WIRE REPEAL HILL. people to flood the August Chamber telegrams anil to bewith letters and y without a Tho Sunato Into siege It with protesting delegations. rocord vote, passed the Kellogg bill The Times overlooks the fact that repeal of the law authorising Govthe senate was only recently commis- for ernment control nnd operation of telesioned by the American people to phone anil cable wires. Tlw nioa- make lis laws as well to safeguard which now goes to the House, Its treatluH, anil that the President 'suie, would continue existing telephone Is laboring under the handicap of u rates iiluuty days. riieiit vole of want of confidence by the nation. And may the Times not COURT HOUSE WEIMMNG. bu leuilndud there Is a possibility of more wisdom in the council of HO Oils Smith, of Hiilxetown, and Stelsenator than In u single mind, la Matthews, of Select, were married though it is the mind of a prosldont? at thu cotut house Saturday afterEsquire Hill Dnugherty perA $1:1,000,000 campaign Is on to noon. Army clear Its formed tho cuiemouy. Mr. Smllh Is a help Ihu Salvation obligations Inuiiried diirlni; llio war. brother of Mr. Charlie Smith, tho Kueper, ami juuh iui No morn woithy call has gone to tliBlAlmsiiouso II may Justly H'w l " daughter of Jiullco Mulpublic for assistance. .ir. Miniui is .ii ami ,wia lie said thai no other religious orguu-Ustlo- n tlittWH. approached thu work of these Matthews 21 yours or age. and humble people In thu camp TA.VHS hue. truuchoM during the war. Ask tho boys who were there who was their orguulzutluus best friend. Other tfUto, County and Common school d tax lillji, for lha prosont year havo did worthy work, hut they were system anil by over-muc- li been plneud In my hands for collecThu Salvation Army puopltt tion CiihIi Is neudod with which to Come null went direct to thu boys on th filing pay running oxpuiujos. lino, to tho wouudud on tholr cots got your tnx bill wlillo it may bo anil to tht gravMi of dead. TIimw prouurod nt dost. " S. A. HHATCIIISR, people come chiefly from the gutter woak- Sheriff of Ohio County. ami the ditch. They know tho left-handee ro co av-rslo--1 Governor between Tho contest Work and Chief Justice Carroll waxes warmer. The chief Issue Just now la n letter written several years ago by Governor Ulnck, then Assistant Attorney General for tho state, to the L. H. N. Railroad Company requesting a pass for a friend of Mr. Ulnck. Tho letter mentioned the "prominence of tho party for whom tho pass was ask ed, mentioned his usefulness to the railroad company and seductively added thnt his rclntlves sometimes sat on Juries. Governor lllnck does not deny the authenticity of the letter but seeks to explain Its objectlonablo meaning. Tho present Democratic ndmlnls- trntlon has collected in tnxes from the peoplo six million dollars more than was ever collected by any other state administration and yet tho state's Interest bearing debt has grown greater by two million dollars nnd has now reached the staggering sum For smoothness of action, lightness of draft and aground durability, the Deering Mower is without a superior. Don't fail to get our prices before you buy. We carry repairs at ail times, thus saving worry of delay. SSSSfSSVfrVfr(VSV, "The Greatest Head and shonlcitr W. E. Ellis (& Bro. Of 3 Head And Shoulders Above The Crowd Stands Thomas A. Edison. tht r r'.'.i -- Them et, All 99 V.t great eoatribntioa :o ti -- :; 'Z.177 i;:?.. ;ix-.m;i- j xs.i Ulklng machines" stand Edison's THE NEW DIAMOND AMBER0LA No prodaet can b W?ptr ttis th iirxii tii'. to:t U ability at 2hns'i Ttit Ut aJ' It d ia'at it y No other brain In the world haB the procf of the absolute superiority of tho Ambcrola. Rut the Amberola eaa quklcly as4 prlortt7 eaully prove ltd own tone ob, what a rtfAitUna rjtimyM-e- Free Trial Offer win plate an Amb-rU ra jrmr home for 2 7rJl. whkh will not prit yun under the alight W all the latest. An endless feast of faoclnatlng melody. Yet the lurprine of oil 1m the price! blg-Ke- et I TVl ' to metallic "talkfnj; tuahts and nhrlll nt'Ar.x pbAralut et r,Mr,Utn nt expeme. e None bat KdlMn coo Id vork that her-- , select an Cmm and a number of of too';. Thin tbe Awtcjrola rteorrlit and we'll Hend Ht'ordu, wad'; for the AutbtriAi, thew to your home At alone Thy are prsictkally nuhrtuY-abl- e (lie r'l of three day, If jiii do not want the Vtoat a and evrltliig. we'll call and take to the costly ity.iltustm tit trihir It avny ( you ih want It. we'll afrange termn of phonograph nxordt vuy iwtd "to kmII you. And for rnny.H of raunie the wlilttt Prices $41 and Up. In the world all the Imt, all the i:e mlr-aMAm-Vero- tnj' Thin wonder phonograph coBts less U than Inferior competitors! There Is a Mingle drawback to your owning not an Ambcrola right now. Don't listen to tho clulmo of other manufnetur-or- n listen to their machines. Then come in and compare tho mntchless tone of tho Ambcrola. Edison's will win you every time. We'll expect you In don't forget. to-dawls-ardry Am-hrnl- n, t'ttt-Ira- y now FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. the l,'r BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (Ily. Life I 1). - 1 Clulre) banquet Ih one long miinu Hit to feaxt, teinc utund where to uerve and the multitude utand ufur off and bewail the wretchednefcM of mankind. Kusplclon Ih the meanest, an charity Ih tho uobletit, of the pukkIoiib of men. Tho difference between Efficient Service Exceptional Facilities II VI Conservative Management i to-da- Jovo, like that between genius and liiHiinlty, Is nlinoHt IndlNceruuble, and yet It Ih the difference between heaven uud hell. lust nnd IT i lOmoiHon wiiB right nbout overy-thlu- g running In cycles. Tho Htylo of womnn'H dress Ih JhhI now getting buck to that of Mother Kve. To these three features we Tho bad uro not nearly bo vIcIoiih nor thu good nearly no virtuous an wo ,11 e Inclined to account them. attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to If woniiui suffrage hud romo flrHt and .national prohibition hud eomo urgumont for aftorwurd tin 11 go-ol- d make our bank your bank. unlvorsul Htiffrugo would havo beon vludlctitud. ... Coumgo Ih ii (iimllty so much admired that It ofton oMiiisoH crime. t Immorality womb of night. U eum-huits- ... iuIcHonel in tho will of t Liberty In a niiino for -- tho majority. to BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. 1 1 V - Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASXO FOR RA I Mrs. F. W. Pirtlo spent the with Mr. and Mrs. JohnvDuko, MlB3 Lo spent Sunday with her parents here irino Collins of Grocnvlllo, 1THE NEW EDISON A Alt A AAUAlUgl C1LJJU TfAlAA Ct UUUli raff 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 Mr'. Estll Park, ot Central City, wns Wo hnp the 50 lb., compressed hero from Saturday until Tuesday. blocks of salt, for stock purposes. Try it. W. E. ELLIS & BItO. Mr, Fred Hobcrtson hns accepted a Mrs. R. It aillespio returned Monposition with Olass & Davis, barbers, day Horn a visit with her neicc, Mrs. at Princeton, Ky. !. 0. McKInncy, nt Centcrtown. Superintendent Howard paid out Capt. Earl Bennett, who has been $44,105 to tho teachers of the county ir. n fcdoral sanitarium at Washingfor tho past school year. ton city, haB returned to his home, in Mr. Chester Kcown returned Sun- Owcnsboro day from a visit with his sister, Mrs. County Court Clerk Blankcnshlp J Jey Foster, in Arkansas. sold fifteen lambs Wednesday for Mr. Coakley Taylor, of Macco, was which ho received $300. If any oththo guest of his sister, Mrs. Howard er Ohio county farmer has beat this lamb sale wo should like to havo a Ellis, tho first ot tho week. Lreara-Buyin- g Open in Matron Hartford. Ky. By the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with their Poultry and Egg business. We want to buy Cream, can pay you one-thir- d more bn the pound for Cream than you have been getting for butter and you get out of the hard work of churning. We have two receiving days in a week for Cream, every Tuesday report of It $175 to $285 We Want Every Lover of Music to Hear Wo will soon havo a complete lino ot furniture, so don't fail to get our Tho Holy Rollers closed n seven prices. ILEH'S GROCERY. weeks meeting nt Roslne, Sunday, and moved on to Horse Branch. Miss Margurito Taylor, of Owcns- Uncle Virglo Stewart reports much boro, has returned to her homo after good accomplished at tho Rosine a visit with Miss Martha Pato. meting. Mr. Sylvanus Wanton, ot tho Palo Mr. J. H Barnard and Mrs. Mattie neighborhood, died of senility, Thurs- Drako, both of Kronos.'wero married day of Inst week. He was past nine- in Owensboro Friday. Mr. Barnard ty years old. is little past tho half century mark and tills was his first matrimonial A two weeks term of the Ohio cir- venture. cuit court will open the first Monday In July. There will be both grand Revs. Fuqua and Sncll will preach and petit juries. iho funerals of Hawker and William Arnold Miller, bons of Mr. Luther We havo tho Owcnsboro Wagon for Miller, at Central Grove church at you. You can't go wrong when you 4:00 o'clock p. m., the fourth Sunday get an Owcnsboro. in this month. ACTON BROS. 49t2-Misses Magdaline and Lottie RogJudge John B. Wilson and Mr. Sam ers, of Plkevllle, Ky., who have been Barnctt went to Lexington Tuesday, attending the school, to attend tho grand lodge of the at Nashville, Tenn., are visiting thIr Knights of Plthlas. aunt, Mrs. Isaac Foster, at the Commercial Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree canio up from Owcnsboro Saturday, Superintendent Howard informs us for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. that a number of teachers have callRowan Holbrook. ed him recently to make Inquiries about schools, and that he expects no Judge Mack Cook, County Attorney difficulty In securing teachers for A. D. Kirk nnd Mr. Itownn Holbrook all tho schools. attend the good .roads meeting at Owensbro Wednesday. County clerk Blankenshlp has Issued 2867 dog tags since January 1. Buck Goodall, of McHenry, pleaded The recent fining of dog owners who guilty to a charge of breach of the tagged their dogs has repeace, in county court, Monday, and had not sulted In a large number of recent was given a fine of $5.00 and the applicants for tags. cost. Ward-Belmo- The Edison Diamond Disk Phonographs The greatest singers and instrumentalist can "be heard in your own home. Hours of recreating pleasure can be indulged in at a very small cost. Energise your body, revivify your mind and fill your soul with the reproductions of the masterpieces of your favorite artist by placing a New Edison in your home. A telephone call will be answered promptly and the New Edison demonstrated to you at your home, or you can see and hear one at our show room at the store. : J and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each week. Some people don't understand how to handle Cream, they think it must be sweet before we will take it. Forget that; it does not hurt it one bit to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in person and our manager will explain to you how you can make money with less work. ra lilll H iiK 0 'i KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated, Branch House, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. t L. T. RILEY, Manager. United States Food Administration License So. """" H We Have The ifcfe:&. International, Combination Disk and Shovel Well-Trie- d - 4 E. P. BARNES & BRO, u The Hartford FRIDAY Mrs. J. U. Pirtlo and daughter, Amelia, who have been visiting relatives in Oklahoma for several woeks, will return home the last of this week. Mr. Spurrier, who came here someago engaged in the and time restaurant business has sold his business to Mr. Loney Minton, of McHenry, and returned to his former home, ct Central City. Cultivators I Beaver Dam, Ky. Republican .JUNE Mr. Howard Ellis was in '"Tuesday. Owens-boro, Just received the largest shipment Mr. Willie King and Miss Nina of Aluminum Ware, from Chicago, we Brooks, both of Dundee, were mar- in Mrs. Ollio Dnrnett has been very bick for the past week. Get, your Whippoor-wil- f I Personal News and "Social Eiienis. t Mr. John Dell bought tor Monday. j i l Peas from W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Blanch Park, of Rockport, is the guest of Miss Edna Black. Mr. and Mrs. I). E. Ward were the guests of Mrs. Matilda E. Tlnsley, Monday. a. farm trac- An examination for white teachers Mr. Tom Wallaco, ot Cromwell, was will be held nt Fordsville next Friday Monday. in town and Saturday. f Mrs. Carl Anderson was in hoi o Wednesday. Go to ACTON DUOS., for Owens-- 1 that bind49t2- Miss Kathlyn Turner has accepted with the a position as book-keepKentucky Creameries Company. er ever bought at one time, come in and ried Wednesday night. Rev. Wallace see for yourself. performed tho marriage rites. Mr. ILER'S GROCERY. King was recently discharged from tho military service at Camp Taylor. Mr. J. A." Bennett and wife, of Louisville, are' spending, the week Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the with Mr. Bennett's parents, Mr. and liaptist church here, performed the Mrs. James Bennett, on Frederica marriage ceremony for his brother, street. Mr. Dennis Walker, at Fordsville, last we Thl Is the third brother of, We will sell you ono of tho best Rev. Walker to marry since January. Oil Stoves in the Country for $25.00 and your money back If you Walter Douglas died at his home, aro not well pleased. near Dundee, Saturday, His death ILER'S GROCERY. He was unwas due to tuberculosis. married. Young Douglas spent sevThe old time snuaro dance given at eral months in the military service the rink Thursday night of last week at Camp Taylor, returning home early brought out a big crowd and every- In tho spring. body, old and young, enjoyed the evening. A long needed convenience that the public will appreciate is the install-n- g We aro agents for tho best Cream of ice water fountains for public Separator in the country. Sharpels, use In tho court house. A fountain don't fail to come in and look at tho has been put in the hall on the first sample before you buy. floor and another one in the court ILEH'S GROCERY. room, up stairs. ' H You will need to cultivate your crops in, a hurry this season, due to so much rain. So be prepared by g securing one of these farm implements. line of agricultural impleWe also carry a complete time-savin- ments and rnachniery at prices that are right. W.E. Ellis &Bro. HARTFORD, KY. Paint, Graphite Roof Paint, Floor Paints of all kinds and color, Floor and Furntluro Varnish, best O Lack Stain, all kinds of graining colors, buggy Paints, screen Palut, Whlto Enamel, Gold Aluminum Paint. DON'T FORGET THE RED SPOT. ILER'S GROCERY. I NEED MORE ROOM FOR MY FURNITURE, PALNTS, SHOES & HARDWARE SO 1 WILL MAKE THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES TOR SATURDAY ONLY bbl. CANE Sugar, $9.75 per hundred. 100 pounds Brand, $2.90. 100 pounds Oystur Sholls, $1.35. 100 pounds Hun Feed, $1.50. 5 bushols Oats, $4.75. 1 bbl. Best Flour, $12.00. 100 pounds Best Meal In tho country, $4.75. 1 bushel Meal, $2,40. 1 can puro Hog Lard, $1S.75. 100 pounds Coffeo, $20.00, i 1 No. 3 Galvanized Tub, $1 25. ILER'S GROCERY. 1 er Twlno you need. V Just received shipment lato loe(Jl Fota- -' ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln spent Wednesday in Owcnsboro. SHOES, yes wo aro selling lotB ol ' ILER'S GnQCEUY. them. Mr. John Tliomas, who was ill for soveral days, Is able to bo out. Prices right. 49t2 See us for your woven wiro fence. A0T0N DUOS. Mr. Henry Loach vibited his father, Mr. Leonard Leauh, at Hob Hoy, Sunday. erators, V v T FOR SALE Ono Burroughs Adding Machlno, in good condition. reE. E. BIRKHEAD, Tho Baptist ohiiroh has been Hartford, Ky. cently ropaporod, and a now furnaco hns been intalled. Mr. Harold Hojbrook, who has of tho bast quality boon employed In tho oil Holds of Binder Twlno Texas for soveral mouths, ciuiio homo nt prices that aro right. Sunday. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Y RefrigTho best pluco to got your Frooz-crslsIco Boxes and Cream ACTON BROS. Roma Baizo, 'who has been in GerWo havo at last secured two more many with Uncle Sam's forces, reC Osborne Disk Harrows. turned to tho United States Saturday. W. E. ELLIS & BUO. 49U Roma is a brother of Mr. Wado Baize One three years old, Jersey milk of this city. cow for salo. See Mr. Ira Bean, who travels in TenLOUIS RILEY. J. nessee and Oklahoma, for tho Hartford, Ky. Samuels Clothing Company, of New I am proparod to bottom your York, Is at homo after making his spring sales trip. chairs. Bring them to me. STEVE HINES, Friends hero havo been notified (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. 19tf of the birth of a daughter to Mrs. Hail was reported from various Wade Smith, of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. sections ot tho county Sunday, though Smith was formerly Miss Rebecca no serious damage to crops was men- Shults, of this city. tioned. Tho Ohio county Medical AssociaMrs. Iloyt Taylor, of Tococoa, Ga., tion met at Beaver Dam, Saturday. will spond tho summor in Hartford. A featuie of tho mooting was war talks by Drs. Pendleton and Sho has taken rooms with Mrs. HubRlloy, Hartford, ami" Stewart, Dundee. bard. 10-- 1 at Whon you go out to plow your and find that you aro in need plow, shovel good, double Blount's Truo Blue, and you will vost moro corn. 19t2 ACTON corn of a get har- - BROS. County Farm Demonstrator M. L. McCraokon, wont to Loulsvlllo, aud was with his family unFor big typo, registered, PO- til Monday, when ho returned to you aro In need of an oil stovo, If will LAND CHINA and DUROC-JERSEHartford. Mr. McCraeken will move u buscult browner, one that you In ovary way, get tho Now hogs for breeding purposes wrlto or his wlfo and baby hero as soon as ha please JOHN W, PIERCE, call can m alto satisfactory arrangements Piofoctlou nono bettor from , Horse Brauch, Ky. for resldenco property. ACTON BROS. Sut-urd- Messrs. Ed Barrass, James Lyons, Capt. Douglas Felix, who is now In W. S. Tlnsley and Dr. J. R. Pirtlo returned Wednesday from a weeks Paris, has been promoted to the rank fishing on lower Rough river. They of Major. He expects to bo relieved report a fair share of fishermans luck from service soon. and brought bome evidence of tho fact homo with them wo mean somo If you want to mako up for lost flsh. tlmo In cultivating your crop get ono riding of Blount's Ideal, Judge Nowton Belcher, of Green- cultivators. ville, candldato for tho Republican 49t2 ACTON BROS. nomination for state senator in this Hartford, Ky. district, was in Hartford Monday. Judge Helchor Is a man of splendid Mr. Arvin Tichenor double disc ability and would honor tho district ed thirty acres of land, with tractor in tho upper house of the general as- nower. In ono day, last week. Ono sembly. ot his neighbors In an adjoining field disced only four acres with n team of Those wanting to contrlbuto to a mulos. This comparison Is a good fimd being raised to clean out the advertisement for tho farm tractor, wells in town will boo Tom Stevens, for which wo mako no charge. clerk nt tho Commercial Hotel. Tom says if tho people caji havo nothing nnnminnwniilth'B Attorney C. E. but water to drink after tho flrht Monhigh- Smith will go to Owonsboro of July they are entitled to tho day, where ho will be ongagod for est quality of water to bo had, and ..wnnlru mill nnSKllllV lOHKOr 111 ft he is going to seo thoy get it. criminal term ot tho Daviess clr-- j wm a Furnish your house-- or fill in your cult court, n is regular iwumurder term, but as there aro four needs, at ACTON BROS., furniture Judgo Slack will, department. Wo have everything cases on tho doekot it nocossary to dlsposo of tho busl-nosyou need from a Bioad Spoon to a continue tho term a week long Duofpld. Beds, Springs, Cots.Kltchon er. Cabinets, Rooking Chairs, Tables and lu fact everything that enters into the Wo aro adding to our paint linq complement ot an olegantly furnlsh-oi- l houso. Remember the complete-noe- s now kinds of Paint eaoh day so wo havo most anything you want, now, lu of our line. ACTON BROS. the Paint lino. Red & Blaek root s, TOR SALE. Two good farms, 70 acres each. Good dwellings! barns, other necessary buildings, orchard;, wulor, on rural mail route. For particulars address 'WtO- - HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. j&samtK2rt.7SK-M- i .- -. - a gat aaaliaaaakaaaa by disease, enough escaped somo mischief this spring. sect la peculiar In attracting to do Tho InIn-se- attention Judge DIRECTORY CHtCUIT COUHT. W. Slack, Owomboro. C. E. Smith, Hart- Coiu'tli. Attorney 11KAV1MI :W m iLH aLLLLLf aLaaaaLaf LkaLF THE FRIENDLY TOBACCO be imitated youthful charm and mellow old 77iar s too things can 't "Mellow old age" in good Kentucky Burley Tobacco is reached aftei it has cured for two years. We put millions of pounds in warehouses every year, to ripen for two years. It is a slow, expensive method. But it makes Velvet as good a pipe tobacco as money can buy. Get that charm of Velvet's mellow age in your pipe today. low and friendly . m iMrx It makes Velvet mellong-burnin- g. cool and I I j Monday In March 12 days Com'tli. and Civil. 1st Mondny in May 12 dayi Civil, OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. let Monday In July 13 days County Hoard of Education. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. 8. Howard, S. S. 0. C. 12 days 3d Mondny In September Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Com'th. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrowo, COUNTY COUNT. Ky. Meets first Monday In each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Gotf, Roslno, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlr. No. 6 Otis II. Stevens, Beav Clerk W. C. Dlankcnahlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndlcy, Center-- . Superintendent E. S. Howard. town, Ky. Jailor Worth TIchonor. Ku1m Chlldicn'x Wnj;oi. Time of Meeting 1st Monday la Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. labor is very hard to secure Farm February; 1st Monday In April; lit Sutrcyof C. S. Moxley. The big and also very high priced. Monday In June; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgers. season oh tho farm Is at hand rush gust; 1st Mouday In October; 1st There are a thousand and one things FISCAL COURT. Mondny In December. i to be done at once on every farm In County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and the Middle West. This work must E. S. Howard S. S. 0. C, Ellis Snndo-fu- r, October. be attended to promptly and properly W. S. Hill. Fortunately the farmer Is still sell- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. g ing all farm products at diploma examination. figures. lie can well afford to 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. Hartford, er Dam. pay a great deal more for his lnbor May, 9 and 10 Common school Any , 8rd Dlitrict Q. D. Drown, Simmons. than he ever could in the past number of farmers have always been 4th District O. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. May 16 and 17 County teachers' able to plant, cultivate and harvest j (White) Hartford. their crops with tho help of their own 5th District W. C. Daucherty.Balze- - examination. town. children. In many instances the laMay, 23 and 24 County tenchors bor of these children was poorly done flth DNtrict W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. because there was nothing In it for 7th District June, 20 nnd 21 County and State 8Ui District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsthem but their" board and keep". ford, Route 5. These same farmers can now afford vllle. to pay these children extra money June, 27 nnd 28 County nnd HARTFORD. thus put "pep" Into all of tho state teachers' examination (colored) l and Mayor J. E. Bean. v.ork they do on the farm, Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. As ages be should The children's j July. Ohio County Institute, Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. raised beyond the customary "board Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. , and Keep" level and thus get their Sept., 19 and 20 County nnd .Interest aroused in what they are doROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) ing tt will pay in dollars and cents; Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. it will pay In the pleasure It will give Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 20 and 27 County and State the youngsters. Police Judge John T. Jackson. cachers' examination (colored) HartMonitis Mccracken, Marshal Will Langford. ford. Emergency Demonstration Agt. during wet seasons, whereas most become most numerous when tho weather Is dry. Tho wenther wc have had lately Is thus qulto fnvorn- trie to tho Insect, and farmers should be prepared to deal with It In caBC thoy find it numerous In their tlelds. Tho army worm develops In strips df grass land at the edges of tlelds, ordinarily, nnd the destruction of these by flro or otherwise will greatly reduce the Injury. Spraying strip of grass with arsonate of lend, 1 6 to 2 pound's of powder In a barrel of wator, can alfo'bo made to help In controlling the pest. After they begin to march they travel very per- j patently In any direction taken and can only bo bended off by fire or by plowing trenches nnd using coal-oon them where they accumulate Farmers arc advised to look for them now, when with a little work 'of tho sort suggested It may be practicable to prevent Bcrlous loss-iwheat fields. il I DAM. It. c,crkAi c fnnl. Portcr( arlfordi Otto C. Mar-tin, W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevens. Ch'm'n. Board XI ; Master Commissioner Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. FOItlhSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonci. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngcr. Marshal Qrant Pollard. Cal P. Keown, lst 20. I record-breakin- I 7-- l. Boll a VELVET Cigarette All cockerels not Intended to he kept or sold for breeders should be marketed when they reach suitable islze. Such birds confined in a home- iade fattening battery or coop and fed a fattening ration for a week or ten days will not only Increase in weight but bring better prices on the market, because of improved quality. Get the GenuintJtfBkrvil ZJLtSn Every Cake Electric Bitters it WiCUMEit I TOBACCO xjdfjy Hit ?psAcCd " " I ' enced by owners of orchards In Kentucky, in the use of r, sprays made from dry the Expermlent Station at Lexlng and mutton and the value of sheep as ton was a'sked to make a scries of Value in Milk Soups A largo variety of coups may he weed and waste utilizers, western irtests. The following has Just come made by utilizing not only milk but rigation farmers are keeping more your county agent giving in a very Vi J. XL 11 A PYt let to clwkiin litr n1 Innniii 4Mnsi1.ci left-ovportions of vegetables """ ""b" V also X (few words the tests showed V. .. V nnd other foods. In malting them reports to me unueu amies iepari-- i Children Tests of dry lime and sulphur for allow from one-hato one level table- - ment of Agriculture. As a rule these ' sprays have been recently made by spoon of flour to each cup of liquid farm flocks are of good breeding, jthe A Safe, (ri!i) ChemlBt Department of the Ex. . I Remedy (Including milk and tho Juice and many con slsting of pure-bre- d animals perJment gtatJon Qf dry Samples for Worms JlrUl pulp of vegetables) and one level ta- - their owners making a specialty of of recognized standard Fr I DUI Tf ntj Ut Ijmi cnntlna- Llebpoon of butter or other fat. selling pure-bre- d ram lambs to range-countr- y UHC II U1, HI Nt mnna brands were bought on the open marI FltLVS EIIlIrUriI'.r.n.,fT,r Some of tho flavors which may bo stockmen, who do not reserve ket for all tests made. None of tho j JOU. 0 For Infants and Children breeding stock from year to year. samples gave used are onions, corn, asparagus, Krtpi bottle on haucl. a solution of the re- -' It will Drip kr-- i the Uttle otic peas, beans, tomatoes, salmon Several projects are now operating quired In Use For Over liappjand hralUir. Years strength when 10 to a tiuttl kt rour (TO) or other fish, celery or grated cheese. wool pools, the main function of were used in fifty gallons 14 nounds Always bears or genera! tore i or It of water, your dealer ran t upplr yon the 'Jhcso boups are nourishing and often- which is to concentrate the wool In the amount tend bit name and Ac. lu ttampi on recommended the Signature of and we'll tend Tea a twtU times a child not fond of milk can large quantities and develop keener packages. promptly. 1)0 persuaded to get clown the dally competition among buyers. Combl"All tests showed that dissolving isy E. & S. FREY iiuart necessary fr his health by nation also favors grading and bet- dry In cold water Is a I'm surprised nt Alice She was BALTIMORE MD having part of it made into a milk ter clasbiflcatlon of wool and allows wasteful practice as much of the sul- - going with that fellow long enough noup. n small producer to realize greater phur remained undissolved. In or- - to know better than to marry him." sheep-farmin- g r operaprofits from his "Yes, but too long to do better." der to get a spray of the required For the first thr,eo days chicks may tions. at her shadow on tho curtain, afraid strength It was found necessary to Boston Transcript. bo fed a mixture of equal parts of to go In. And I net just he same dissolve at least 24 pounds of dry hard-boile- d eggs and rolled oats or s. Sheep Come Bark. in ten or twelve gallons WOULD NOT TAKE A SUBSTITUTE, way now when I got homo late. stalo bread, or stale bread soaked in The high prices paid for lambs, of boiling water and later to add WALKED FIVE MILKS TO OET milk. When bread and milk are us- mutton and wool havo caused tho enough cold water to brng the liquid A ItOTTLE OF MENDE.V- ed, care bhould be taken to bqueezo Kentucky farmer to think about used to DO gallons. Even with the Children that aro affected by HALlS CHILL AND nil tho milk out of the bread. worms aro pale and sickly and liaFrom handling at least a small flock of use ol boiling water there was always FKVKK TONIC. tho third or fourth day commercial sheen as he did In tho nnbt. Thcro a small amount of tho material which ble to contract somo fatal disease. chick feed may bo fed until tho chicks (is albo tho safeguard of tho now dog was insoluble. White's Cream Vermifuge expels Springfield, Tenn. Oct., 17, 1917. are old enough to oat wheat screening law which ought to bo strictly en- - "Tho Station believes that as boil- Wo certainly aro well pleased with worms promptly and puts the child or cracKeu corn. ing water and a large amount of the MondenhaH's Chill & Fevor Tonic and on the road to health. Price 30c per forced. The farmer, who is already the posore needed to give a sell about two to ono of all other bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Unllo To Ciow (iooil Tot ittus. , sessor of a flock or the farmer who spray of standard stiength, It can not kinds combined. One man walked Co. Several members or the T?r,.piins is 'planning for such n flock, should recommend this spray for goneral fivo miles to our storo and bought Jesso I was takenjn to dinner by County, N. V., farm buronu aro unit- secure at onco from tho Kentucky orchard work at thi3 time." three bottles lied Label Chill Tonic that ofllcor you introduced mo to". ing to produce pu'hlopu o! tialfoi ii State Kxperimont Station at LexingMOItRIS L. McCHACKEN, T. P. Rico & Co. Users please tako type and ijuallty in or let to hs'p solve ton, Ky bulletin No. 215, "Caro County Farm goiit notice we make chill tonic black la- Ho was qulto gallant and romarked upon my birdlike nppetlto. tholr markot problems. Tho fauu-c- n' and luiingemout of Sheep In Kentuc bel containing no arsenic nnd a chill Maude Woll ha should ho a good company hus ordored for the ky." This booklet of sixty-thre- e Doi containing 20 minims Fowls for brooding purposes should t nlc nod ha Judge on that point, dear: ho runs jnon :ifio bushels of Sir Walter pages should havo a place on tho taFowlor's Solution of Arsonic to ouch an ostrich farm In South Africa.--Lond- on IIuIoIkU potatoes, which have been bid In the farmor's home so that ho ha strong, hoalthy, vigorous blids lluid ounce. Tho chill tonic regular tuber-un- it Mall. selected for tho past nlno'muy pick It up for a roady roforonco The comb, faco, nnd wat'tles should bo color, eyes bright and li indicated whero iiulnlno Is Indiof n bright-ro- d years, ine association l to bo 0k on sboop. cated, tho Uod Labol whero quinine known as the Uettor Potato (liowern'l After taking up the various typos fairly promltiout, head comparatively and arsenic nro both indicated which broad and short and not long or Association of Tompkins County. It of shoep which aro handled In Ken-Jig In chronic malaria, loss of appottc, FOR FLETCHER'S legs bot well apart and only proposes to build up a lopu-tucktho bulletin goes vory fully Indigestion, Inactivo liver and spleen r table brand or potatoes for market im,, tIQ inanag.inent of n flock, the straight, plumage cloau and smooth. gaauUgla and jaundice due to initjiurpobos, but It will ulve direful at- - handling of tho wool, and the Two negroes woro bomoanlng their ial la. Sold by Ohio Coumy Drug to perpetuating jjood soed tutlon of pastures. Tho last twolve Watth For Army Worm. hard luck, when ono said: "Why nigCompany. through the latent methods of aulec-- j pages or tho booklet are used to give There Is a probability that tho ar ger, I am so unlucky dat If it was tlon and disea.o control. Tho growth the new dog law In full. Every shoep my worm will do mischief locally in "Do you act toward your wlfo as raining soup my pluto would bo turn of this orcRiilutlon will bo wutchod breeder should havo this law whom Kentucky this year. It wom vory .you did before you married her?" ed upsldo down." with intoroat. "Exactly. I remember Just how 1 ho can lue It for roferonoe. aoinmon in some ryo and barley Holds Tho other ropllcd: "tat s noHiiug In tho Illuegrass region In early June, 'used to act when I first fell In lovo compared wld my luck. Why, it It Wm Illicit".! In ItnNliiK Klifcii. 191$, and white a largo proportion of with her. I used to lean over the was raining money I'd be In Jail. Kpiuy I '"nils Shoit, As a result of bich prises of wool As Homo trouble has been exparl- - the worms was destroyed at that time fonco in front of her house and gaze 'ludlana Farmer's Hude, lime-sulphlime-sulphu- FARM DEPARTMENT. er lf Exterminate tlio Lire. An effective remedy for lice on chicks is a bmall quantity of melted 'lard rubbed under the wings and on! itop of the chick's head. Tho. free use of kerosene or crude j oil on the roosts and in tho cracks of the house will help to exterminate ' mites. Whitewash Is effective against all vermin. It Is possible and thoroughly prac tlcable to keep tho poultry flock rea-it- o sonably free from lice and mites. Such practices should be the aim of every one who is endeavoring to establish a successful flock of poultry. jdf? Mothers vP JS FOR KIUNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Is the best medicine Succeed when everything else faib. In nervoui prostration and female weaknesse they ore the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. ever sold use l?MRaMBBniMBaHiBaa WreyS U.?Ui ITil Every Woman Wnnis For the Unsolved In water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. . rOR PERSONAL HYGIENE ! lime-sulph- CASTORIA 30 cab-Lag- e, i '. !; ri A healing wonder for ruiml catarrh, ore throat and uieovn Pmnn.rl.l I.I rial rltraotuiBAfV rl.n.in.. .nJ n ,... r7 'an. u '". ". by ". jvc. arujeiu, or m3j?" IS PinUhom Med. Co. far tn ..,. .l- I drcr-ilat- 'i USE LI , V-VER-- V; o ' lime-sulph- ur I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. V lime-sulph- Tit-Ult- dry-sulph- ur i ; Feel rijrht nil tho time. Don't lay c9 from work for days by takinp; calomel when pleasant L!v- - VerX.a keeps yos on your feet, while rcliovingyourtrou,b le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dotfl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sya tern nnd relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum In its effect and certain in results. beforo Ltv- - VcLax win completely displace calomel in ever) home.. Children can tako it freely ane with perfect sufety. Every bottlo guaranteed. C0c und $1 in bottles. Non Cenuino without tho likeness and sign turo of L, K. Gritfsby, Tor Bale by f W1LL1AMH. r Hartford ' WILL YOU. TAKE OUR urow-shapu- d, ot y, Children Cry CASTOR A GERMINAL REMEDY I counbi, palm la ckett. night sweatt. btmoi ibicri, weak luogi or coniumplloa. It il dott Botbtlp you It cotla you DolbioJ. Lock box eie OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBWS.Q. FOR ONE MONTH A Quick relic (or thai lltcd, ruo down fecllnf, I kf A Treatment for WEAK LUNGS Of CONSUMPTION Y ' f :? One K NAVAL EXHIBITION. of the Interesting Exhibits Shown at the Methodist Centenary Celebration U. 8. L Flotilla Now Mississippi Klvcr. On $S3PTg"-jSlSBa8- Flotilla, which Tim tho Nuvy Department assembled for a visit to tho Mississippi and its' tributaries, Is now on tho rlvor. It Includes tho U. S. N. Submarino K-tho destroyer Isabel, the Submarine Chasers and the Flying lloats; all of which with a majority of their officers have seen active servleo In tho War Hono They completely Illustrate the types of ships, guns and iwittliintpnt whlrli unrn iispiI In flclit- 1 injj tho ,'U" boats. Tho flotilla was sent to tho Mississippi to give the , ' people of this section every opportunity of seeing these ships, nnd of making a close Inspection of thorn. . ' J ' 4, Preceded by several days start by , w, MS in soul Is above worldly troubles nnd rbjMcal pain, this!0"0 ,of lho Chasere. the flotilla Is TO prove that 1 Hindu fakir l.onclnlnntlv weliiies on a bed. of .. sulkes. .much to- tho Kissing up the river to St Louis. "" . . . ... .t 'l no ucu or spixes win bo one oi mo This port will be made the northern nmnzameut o: less (piiuuni base, and on tho trip down a visit will exhibit tdiown at the Methodist Centenary Celebration, In lnioioKtlnn O, Juno 20 4o Jitlv 1.! Whether n fakir, Hindu or otherwise, can be made to all of the principal porta bo found to (k'titoiistrnto his power of endurance on it Is still an unsettled on either side Of tho rlvor. In event question with celebration offlcliii. , of several towns being grouped, or accessible to a landing, the flotilla $1 por day for a slnglo person In a will call at the nearest landing. The room nnd fl.GO por day for two perTo Play Great Organ at Itluurnry Is now being completed and sons In n room. the Methodist Centenary Always generously provided with cvory town to be visited will bo in ample time ot the coming ot restaurants, Columbus at tho present timo Is having Its number largely .re- the Navy Fleet. A Scout Chaser will leave St. Louis In advance ot tho floinforced by reason of many places turned Into tcstaurants which tilla to call at all towns to complete wcro occupied ns cufes beforo May arrangements. 21, when tho stnto becatno dry. In It Is also planned to have shlp3 of addition to thojo, extraordinary facil- the flotilla call at the principal ports ities for feeding largo numbers quick- on the Ohio above Cairo, the Missisly aro being installed In tho exposisippi abovo St. Louis, and the Illinois tion grounds. River. Tho exact dates and Itinerary will be announced. The flotilla carries a Navy band, a MONSTER SCREEN AT glee club of Blue Jnckets and a basedisplay METHODIST CENTENARY ball team.portA ot motionwill be made pictures of at ca'li nuvy life and training. From: Lieutenant Commander, WELLS HAWKS, U. S. N. Special Lantern Devised For aovcniu ec uuesinui oireeis, oiuni Louis, Missouri. Throwing Pictures, I v ." w mXMIK. ... nwwmH ifUlli JP ffiii w.iiSiAxtiiuii-.fr.rL..i- mmHiummmmmi mmw mmmmmmw' smokes, Prince about TALK Albert no-till- ed ll'H o l bo-lu- g liaise :w., ! that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process I You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember backl 1 to a joyhandout standard Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco It eold. Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handtome pound and half pound tin .humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. iUMWWIWW f R.J, Kcuoidj Copyright 111! by Totacco Co. imia. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem- , N. C MHS. Wajfaror," tho magnificent pageant ot tho Methodist Centenary Colobra-tlon- . In Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13. Montgomery Lynch, her husband, will direct tho chorus of 1,000 voices, which Is a part of tho pageant. LYNCH of MONTGOMERY Kill piny tho groat $50,-00- 0 orgnn In tho presentation of "Tho N REDUCED FAB E ADOS INTEREST Visitors to Methodist Centenary to Be Well Cared For, REGISTRATIONS ON INCREASE I V 'A J Housing Commlttea of the Celebration Have Mflre Than Forty Thousand Rooms In Private flomes at Their ' Disposal, Where Those Vino Attend Can Be Lodged as Conviently as at a Hotel. Announcement by tho government thai a special low rate ot one and a third faios for the round trip has been authorized for tho celebration, Columbus, 0., June 20 to July 13, has tremendously Increased tho Interest In that event and advanced manifold tho Inquiries and registrations coming from all parts of tho United States. At headquarters tho other day a slnglo mail brought cash fiotn 14 separate states and South America. Tho low tato has Increased work for the special committees, which are responsible for housing the largo Influx of visitors now eeon to bo certain. Accommodations fall Into three classos: First, the hotels, which have an average dally capacity of 6,000 visitors. Tho second Hold ot accommodation will bo In public buildings, which huvo boon specially fitted up tor this boit of sorvlco for tho celebration. These Include tho Stnto School for the Blind, tho Stato School fur the Deaf, tho large barracks which were provided at Ohio Stato university for the stu- dent army training corps, and other buildings ot u similar nature held In dreservo should the throng exceed von present generous expectations. Tho third lino ot convenience for tho hospltnlity of Columbus Is In the homes ot tho citizens themselves. More than 40,000 rooms have beoa listed with tho housing committee, and thoso aro card indexed by location, tolephono number and best means ot access. Visitors to the Celebration can be lodged as conveniently as a clerk at a hotel asslgus a visitor to his room. In order that there might bo no misunderstanding, tho committee In charge has a uniform rate tor accommodations In private dwellings. The charge will be ' , Chronic Constipation. Perhaps you have never thought Finishing details are being placed on the arrangements for the erection of It, but this disorder is due to a of tho largest screen for tho projec lack ot moisture in tho residual mat- tion ot pictures over built In thoiter ot the food. If you will drink world. This Is to bo one of tho fea- an abundance of water, eat raw fruits tures of tho Methodist Centenary Cel- and take lots of outdoor exercise, ebration, to bo hold lu Columbus, you may bo able eventually to overJuno 20 to July 13. In the meantime come it entirely. This monster screen will have a use the most mild and gentle laxasurfaco for pictures 115x115 feet. Tho Strong" and harsh cathartics actual structuro will be several feet tives. sysA special take too much water out ot the In each direction. larger successfully devised tem nnd make n bad matter worse. lnntom has been for throwing theso tremendous pic- Chamberlain's Tablets are easy and tures tho necessary distance. The pleasant to take, and most agreeable m screon will bo 250 foot from tho near- In effect. Give theju a trial. est bpoctator and will bo built to withstand 40 pounds prcssuro to tho FAKMIMl GKTS HOT KM). sipiaro foot. The lantern which will project these plcturos has already This office has just received an unFuccebstully thrown pictures on a usual report from the U. S. DepartNow York City across a screen iu of Agriculture which shows an dlbtauco ot four and a half city ment blocks According to Architect Harrj enormous variation of tho prices paid C llolbrook, tho screon will bo, In for nitrate ot soda and acid phosphato of effect, three sides ....a house. It is In the various sections of Kentucky . necessary to gtve it mo foundations and other states. This report is equivalent to n four-storbuilding. minute aa It was printed In order that there may bo as much In May. salvage as possible after tho screen Of courso, a reasonable difference has served its purpose, tho picture In the prices ot fertilizers In widely face will be of fitted lumber, which lator will bo treated with a white separated districts In the stato, is to bo expected, due to the difference surfaco preparation. The estimated cost of this screon In freight and hauling rates. Howwill be $8,000. The screen and the ever, when one farmer, has to pay lantern will be used in showing tho twice aa much for his fertilizer as tens of thousands of views, made all .'some other farmer In another section over tho world By the Methodibt ot the state, It can not bo caused MlBalonnry Survey, which has tho by freight or hauling unless It hapfinest collection ot pictorial reviews pened to be far back in tho mounany w hero in the world. tains. Sixteen percent acid phoj- j phato was sold In Mercer county,.Ky., In Carter Columbia Professor in Charge of for $25 and brought $43 county. Nitrate of soda sold for ... y $100 In Wayno county and $200 In lovingly yours. SOVIET (Sov-je- t) Muhlenberg. I am left with a child 7 months of MKANIXG COUNCIIj This difference $100 between the selling1 prices In old and she is a baby and can't work. I am his wife and only air. Vvfono and Muhlnberg U all the morj In politics it will form a Governstartling when one realizes that Please correct my name and I ment by universal suffrage. Thoro Wajno county has no railroad within could and would not go under an will bo no contractual relations based upon property. The expectations la its borderj and all fertilizers uml consumed name. In, t'Ms I am writing In the Y. M. C A. with Soviet circles appear to be that a i 1 rr goods must i haind. Government by commisslonarles upon .nnectlon it Is mo'e necessary to a piano playing in my uniform. give the farmer tho wholesale prices Pleaso return my marriage certlll- - the familiar Bolshevlkl plan will con-ca- 'e, baby hasn't eaten In threo days, cluct the various departments. on these two commodities In N. Y Pleaso send me a wife's form. ,) '..d he can then figure approximately Hello, Mr. War IUsk Insurance, in his what he 'should pay To Prevent Defchiiig.' The wholealo price of how aro you? I am well and hope , Make a reguar habU of eatlng ,'vn county. .ffid phosphate in New York varied you nro too, slowly, masticate your food thorough'ivTii $16.22 to $lb per ton durinj baby and ly, and you may have no further trouI havo a four months-ol- d luc past half yov. Tl,e wholesa'n ho Is my only support. ble. If you should, take one oC nice on nitrate jf odi ran from Dear Mr. Wilson, I have written to Chamberlain's- - Tablets Immediately '1.50 to ?S8.D0 during this same Mr. Headquarters and have received after supper. '; m period v no reply and if I don't got one I am Bradford Knapp, chief of the Ex- going to write Uncle Sam himself.' If you have the Itch, don't scratch. tension work Soutn In wilting to tue I am a poor widow and all I havo It does not- - cure the trouble and county agent, said in part: is in the front. makes tho skin bleed. Apply Bal"Nobody can possibly explain theso Hub It in I ain't received no pay since my lard's Snow Liniment. illfffirenrps In nrlpes. It is imnossI- gently on the affected parts. It re with husband has gone from nowhere, bio to reconcile the differences l have ueen ,n bed 13 years w,th lieves itching Instantly and a few apprices, tho freight tho wholesale points, or any-- no doctor and Intend to try another, plications removes the cause thus charges from central Ym hV4 changed my little g .1 performing a permanent cure. Prlco thing else, except the advantage tak- -' s 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold a bo- - A, thal mvc6 an on of the fact that the war dlsturbad by Ohio County Drug Co. m ference. and that wholesale prices were changing rapidly, ot which change; . ' farmers could not keep track. It i seems to me this Is convincing proof of tho fact that every paper In tho United States ought to carry a marketing news service and that the market news reporting system ot tho BuCT Vot flnnlpnts 15Pluid Drachm reau ot Markets ought to bo enlarg. for-them J"-price- ed. CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. Exhibits at Methodist Centenary HOW MRS. BOYD f m "The Department expects to ask tho Directors In tho several States to j perujlt of auothor survey of fertlll-- j zer prices la the month of Juno, tho i results of which will be published ; as promptly as possible." m J;. jo t Jjog ILMIimiJil'JJI . Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria I AVO DEDAN PERATION Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from n femalo trouble which caused, mo much suffering-- and two How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars rteward for any case of Catarrh that cannot ba cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for tho past thtrty-flv- e years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Caturrh Medicine acts thru the Dlood on n the Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Mettlclno for a short time you will see a Kreat Improvement In your genera, li. alth. fitnr tnltini? Hall' Catarrh Modi- nno at once and Bet rid of catarrh. Send loi tcsiimnniais, iree F J. ClinNKY & CO . Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drugiri'ta. 7fc" Pol-so- itui . UENT. ALCOHOL-- 3 l'EK AVcclaWcrrepafatioaWM :.i):i:,,rtlhi-roodbvMul3- - linatlicStonudisandDowtsrf Always Eears the v jfl r" doctors decided could Ti,pr..tM'mmoiint5DKciuon Chccrfulncssand UcsLCofttsw nor neither OplunuMorphlnc nature of j to go through an operation before 1 that I would havo get well. "My mother, who had been helped by LydiaL'.Pinkhan'a pound, advised mo to try it beforo opera- Mineral. Not Nahootic jiutFSSSaaafaaBR 4w j Vogotablo Com- i " 5 iVMWU :VyG?v j. $;j.. .St:;ywt ,?v Ztf4 'sc.i. . 4t- - BllBH w mm .! g MM , v A. PHOFCSSOH Columbia university Is diroctor ot fine arts and doslguor of oxhibits and scenery for tho Methodist Centonar Celebration, In Columbus, O., Juno 20 to July 13. On plana which he laid down, tho multitude ot oxhibits, domestic and foreign, havo boon arranged in the buildings In scenic effects, making them at once appropriate and effective. Professor W'arnor had chargo of world exhlults hold in Doston, Chicago, Ualtlmore and Provlrieaco in past j ears, and has studied and worked abroad. LA MONT tion. Itrolievedmo I from mv troubles so I can do my houso work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who is nfllicted with femalo' trouble3 to give Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetblo Compound i trial and it will do us much for them." Mrs. Marie Bovp, 1421 6th St, N. E Canton, Ohio. Somotimea tlicro are serious conditions where a hospital operation is the only alternative but on the other hand bo many women have been cured "by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'o Vcgetablo Compound, after doctors havo ould that an operation was necessary every woman who wants to uvoid an operation should give it u fair trial boforo submitting to such a trying ordeal. If complications exist, write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Muss., for advice. Tho result of many yeura , experience is ut your service. WAU HAS ITS IIU.MOKOUS S1IM2 i Ho was discharged on a goiter and ' wont homo on It ' Alic!pTulKcmco. ConslIpatfonantlDlarrWM - j You ask for allotment number I have four boys and a girl If you don't believe It, read theso; extracts from letters received from soldiers or their wives by tho War IUsk Insurance Board. She is staying at a dlsapated houso. Previous to his doparture we weroj married to a justice or tuo poaco. He was inducted into tho surface. A lone woman and parsoly dependant. Owing to my condition which I havu't walked In three months for. a broken leg which is $75. I enclose I rcsulllnjfriiiInfaIVcy raSimllcSiinatareot TuVcEKrAvnCoKPttflf. W TM For Ovei ; NEWjiyMV?f.'i. Sy-- Thirty Yearj - tc t i io r-- J Exact Copy of Wrapper. GAST0R1 eNTn ocannf, STRAY STREAKS WASH SKIRTS Atid Waists We are prepared ; are you, for tlie hot weather that is before us? Our complete line of Ladies' Wash Skirts and Waists are ready for you. So don't put off buying,as vou are sure to need them. Remember, that style mak ers say it is to be a white season. 0 GET THE PRICES (By Flulto McPluko.) It Is nritty hard on a feller to havo tlie wet weatlior ketch him two wnya. j Just as the garden got dry enough to ' work I went off for a weeks flshln,' ' mid then the floods foil and mailo tlio creek to high to fish In and tho gar- -' den too wet for tho wife to plant whllo I was gone. I I C e" mXs'kirt Nho-shri-.- ?L,M BltM w S V ) J JTMIJ MATERIAL HAS COLD WATER SHRJI WILL NOT SHRINK N t AVT) jM y . J I found a snake in the office basement a whllo back nnd put away a pint of liquor as an nntldoto In case any of us got bit. When I got hack off'n my flshln' trip 1 found a dead (snake in the basement and the liquor gone. I asked John Honry about tho liquor, nnd ho said ns he had killed tho snake he didn't think It worth whllo to keep the liquor any longer. Hut Duke tole me Thomas 'gavo n colored boy fifty cents to bring In the dead snake. j ' ' The only business I know of that Is all profit Is a Squlro marryln' people and a fellor runnln' a pop corn wagon I LAUNDERED OROiNARY WITMr CARE White Wash Skirts.. $1.45 White Wash Skirts.. $1.95 White Wash Skirts.. $2.95 $5.95 and up to White'Wash Silk $9.95 Skirts up to a I Wash Waists Others may lay great stress on some makes of Wool Waists, but our waists for H: 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 thai; it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. h ain't a goln' to tell a thing on France Alec Porter when his wife comos statement that the attitude of French Is a passlvo one; that tho home, but I'm scared to death 'fr.ild forces have been Instructed simply to John Honry will blab something. maintain order nnd prevent violence by either side along the Hhlnc. "a missed a whole weeks flshin' I'd The ultimatum of Premier Clemen-cea- u Just to a got to seen that boy, Alex Hungarians that allied Curtis, cut tho pigeon wing at the troopsto the bo would used against them rink Monday night. unless they ceased their operations s against the has borne Ed Barrass shore has been a hon- -' fruit. Bela Kun, tho Hungarian For'eyln' me up since wo took that last cessa-- , 'fishin' trip. Wo didn't take no cook eign Minister, has agreed to a tion of hostilities, although he claims or anybody to do the camp work and have been 'we taught Ed how to clean fish, that the to hlnme for the flchtinc. wash and dry dishes, fry flapjacks and most any thing there Is to do I.L'MKKIl FOK SALE. about house and kitchen work and sixty, feard his he's skeered like all I am going to tako down my frame wife will find It out. Ed, you know opposite tho always told his wife ho didn't building on the corner has Republican office, and will sell tho 'know a bloomin' thing about sich doBids solicited. ings and 'till now he ha3 slid by with lumber. HENR.Y NALL, i I Czccho-Slovnki sals of tho Gormann probably would 1m ready for delivery to tho Germans nt prsullles not later than Friday f this week, lato dispatches declare that some of tho larger qustlons nt istto huvo not been solved and that considerable- pessimism prevails ns a result of this nttui tlon. Notable among tho pQlnts upon which no agreement has boon reached, according to reports, Is tho question nnd the matter of tho Polish western frontier. Added to this Is the implacable stand of tho M. French Premlor, Clomonueau, against nny modifications In tho peace terms, contrary to the attitude of President 'Wilson nnd Premier Lloyd Georgo of Great Britain, who aro declared to havo recognized the necessity for lessoning somwhat tho demands In certain clauses of the treaty, which would not fundamentally affect tho severity of the document as a whole. French are Although cable dispatches havo In timated that tho French wro leaning favorably toward the now Hhcuish Republic, nnd that they even had Is- -, sued instructions to their officers to! notify the people of tho district that the orders of Dr. Dorten, tho President, wcro to he obeyed, n high French authority Is credited with tho Sll-esl- VA.-v..-- -... ri:V ..'.":"" W1 lisse. Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you use a cultivator you want thorough cultivation first of nil. But you want to CCt this result in the shortest possible time nnd with tlie least possible labor. Wc want you to see why using the John Dccre KG Cultivntor doea away with the necessity for hard work, and at the same of handy levers. Because of its parallel thlft rigs. Its shovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail in dodging on crooked rows. No uncultivated spots are left. You get thorough cultivation ovee nil of the field. sponse to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs is as natural as walking. Wc want you to get into tlie seat of this cultivator and see nj for yourself how handy reliable it is. We've never seen its equal for work in the field. time-wvinlabor-saving, g accurately regulated by means Iff time gets I results. tin most thorough The rigs shift quickly in re- Here arc just n 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 nt even depth and distance of cultivation from the row arc Czecho-Slova- I Don't fail to come in early and get acquainted with the "K C." I j J. D. Williams & Sons Bearer Dam, Ky. ltotlt Phones. I It. Hartford, Ky I ' It certainly is hard for a fat guy to separate himself from his "B. V. D's: these hot afternoons. Wish I was skinny, like Thomas. I :1 t i&xwnx'w.ww&iisv.iJV'ii.itf?. b v aa.u- - grw ::. r :j i- -r wjrrar.;, 1 'Wl71 ai Wo have beyond doubt, located one fellow who is a more faithful fisherman than old McKluke. We saw him fish fiom early morn till late In the afternoon. ulng nice live minnows 353SKS3 for bait, without, as ho seid, getting 'a single dam bite, when he might as or doing well hae been plowing ue other nice pleasant farm work. .nsgaaKTi sport, a man after He ii a dead-gam- e m own hpart. and goes by the namo of 'Wat Talur, of Matanzas, Ky." a ) gj :. iZ2 l!'l'i l!l!H: "Ml,,.l 'I .'I li I, M m,' w.Vi n' !', $4SSJ(IX tirtFr ."'I ",', 'if "ill Know t n received a third car of F.,A. Have plenty of cents per sisal binder twino at 22 pound. A few McCormick Binders at reduced price3. Come to see mo at Beaver Dam. LUTHER CHINN. 49t2 AMES BlTGGIES s Jnt il' '!" iilii H'Mi'ihiiiiliiiij,, I'm ,1 .i ' II!!.!!', 1,111.1',. ' m x li If J I'EACE DEFKItilRI). The allied conferences at Versailles squabbles while conditions in central Europe grow constantly more unsta ble, and no man knows what a day may bring forth. Neither Germany nor Austria evinces any disposition to accept tho peace terms offered them, and it is a fair assumption that unless tho Allies' terms aro considerably modified tho day of peace is long Every day of delay doforred. disintegration of the already loosely held together peoples of tho enomy countries, and universal anarchy is not wholly improbable If tho peace parley is much longer drawn out. l'OH SALE. JWS TVI'U I'OIiANI) CHINAS. Ono Urea utiut, duo 10 farrow July 10, 1919; four 3 to i months old Inexpensive Blouses That Possess Real Charm and Character When joti onco hecomo familiar with tho character unit tho many splendid qualities of the extremely moderately priced lllouses to ho found hero at all times, then your entire conception of what an inexpensho Blouse might he will Imvo been changed. Many folks who a id unacquainted with our unusual Blouse offerings are of tho opinion that a low price for a Blouse is not with good stjlo mid real merit; this opinion will undergo a pleasing revision when one hut learns of Just how good a Iilouso a small sum will purchase lieio. For example tako these: lY in ill : 5 t. r.n ii. jiu. iiim. icit you who imvo nnu mo itn.. if mi. ..i You are "nil in" after the lenst exertion. easily tired feeling. Just seems as if you cannot get your strength back. "Weeks and months sometimes have gone b till you wonder if you now you i- -i awsKaTPi That is because you havo not been drinking Devonia, tlio American Medicinal Mineral "Water. Really wonderful aro tho reports that havo come to tiH entirely unsolicited of tho way Devonia has helped people tho are over going to get well ngain. mimk mw w V' ik MM WiivL Vf I m ,l ujrrULtviitffj. vm.ci n rtiio ' con-hlslc- nt ' nmm v t i. Wirthmor Waists at $1.50 and they're Just as Rood as they are They am made of quality fabrics; they are fin. lshcd throughout with the utmost care; and they are cut absolutely true to sl.o and warranted to he perfect fitting, 'i'hey really lime so iry much to commend them that we urge their for we know that a onetime wearer of a Wirthmor most ahv.ijs becomes a staunch friend and loyal admirer. flood-lookin- fetSs &qu& They're decidedly aood-Iookiiij- r. g pigs two males and two females. My Poland Chinas are as good as can bo found in tho United States. W. S. DEAN. 47tf Dundee, Ky. HOliT KIM.S COW4. acquaint-anieslilj- ), tfisrl Si.ui,im itTL1! W DtriCDiunll 1) n i Winsome New Styles Now on Sale Wirthmor Waist can ho sold in Just ono good storo in every city and (hey arc sold heio only. During an electrical storm Saturday night a bolt of lightening killed two valuablo cows and a young heifer for Mr. Frank Black,, a farmer living Just oast tit town. Tho cattle were lying under an apple treo when klllod. The tree was torn to splinters. Mr. Black had another cow killed by a mulo only u tow weeks ago. I'HAX'ti CO.WKllKNCK WANTING IN IIAIMIOK 9Ki Vi Take a Tablespoonful of Devonia to a Glassful of water. 1. dH'l I Its action it? alterative and reconstructive. It'cnables tho body to itself of tho poisons left by the "flit." It tones up your system 1 very quickly you find yourself looking better and feeling better. vigor returns. You feel like yourself onco more. Your The reason that .Devonia is so helpful, not only after the lu. hut in so many other unman ailments, is mat it contains those elements which, as far hack ns human knowledge goes into tho past, have been recognized as helpful to the human system. Dy drinking Devonia regularly a tablespoonful iu a glassful of water decayed food elements which have acted as poisons in tho body aro loosened and carried off. It is their presence in the bowels which havo in many cases w retarded nnd even prevented complete recovery. Devonia h known and indorsed by tho medical profession, and is prescribed by leading physicians everywhere. Its effectiveness in cases of Constipation, Rheumatic Affections, Hardening of the Arteries, High Dlood Pressure, iSSiil Eczema and similar skin diseases has been demonstrated lillli:!: time and again. Devonia comes to you just ns Tilotlicr Nature skillfully compounded it iu her own labo ratory, a thousand feet underground. It is III l'iil J mam not changed, altered or condensed in nny way. That is why it is so good for It is nature-inadyou. So heavily laden is it with natural i emedies that, as wo hnvo said, a tablespoonful in a glass of water is enough to take at a time in most in stances. Thus a dose costs you only about a cent and a half, making it tho cheapest remedy you can V my. W ii:ji Devonia is to ho had at most drug stores in tho city. If you are desirous of knowing moro about this wonderful medicinal water, write for our book- '?': ijijij let, "Tho Story of a Well Man. ' ' Perhaps tlio facts may havo an important message for you. iii!:.i it relates Uso tho coupon. :!!!:: old-tim- "flu." e V' V -- e. wm i! I Milk Carson .J (& ' Co. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING Hartford, Ky. Again como reports from Paris that all Is nor going smoothly in tho Council of Four as regards tho deflnllo aetllemont of points under argument, relating to tho Gorman Peace Treaty. While it has been asserted that tho final answer of tho ullled and associated Powers to tho counter propo CO., Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: Please send mc your booklet, "The Story of a Well Man." (If you are a sufferer from any of the diseases mentioned in the above ad., please write It on tlie Hue below.) NAME ADDRESS ' '. HulMlng Loubvllle Office: MIS Owensboro, Ky. "BeeuSvc5fficet laboratories, ClsvtUud, Ohio Spring and Bottling Plint, Lorain, Ohio. ii '