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GERMAN Havtfavb HejjttMkmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919, No. 51 V dragged the road, leaving It smooth ty, and tho branching of tho stools MEXICANS ATTACK CHICAGO SOLVES IT; and hard. Wo passed over this road UNITED STATES AND was unusually hoavy. Every feature three weeks ago, when most other considered Ohio county will thresh CITIZENS OF II. S. roads were very nearly impassable, NO REASON TO WORRY MEXICAN TROOPS MIX FINAL TERMS moro wheat this year than last, OFFERED and found It in perfect condition. Oats and clover aro far above tho What impressed us most forcibly was average,' but red top and timothy the small amount of labor required rather poor Gardens aro lata but Seven Days Allotted For a promising and In a short tlmo now Windy City Draws Teeth Civilians Forced To Flee to put this section of road In order. Fifty Villa Soldiers Are KillThere was no attempt at levying. From Jurez Greasers Of July First there will bo an ahundanco of fresh ed And Many Reply, Yes Or No Shallow ditches, Just deep enough to vegetables on tho farmers' tables. Dragon. Resentful. Wounded. Required. carry off the water, on each side an 'I Fruits aro genorally In poor conditho middle slightly rounded. And tion, except tho blackberry crop the dragging was done nt a time when which is unusually promising. El Pasco, Texas, Juno 17. Tho tho land was too wet for farm work. Havo you been lying awake, at m El Paso, Tex., Juno 1G. American, Versailles, Juno 1C. The reply ot nlght3 worrying about what will be first demonstration against Americana Wo should like to seo tho good ex- troops that participated in tho puniGovern- Arkansas exodus 4ho Allied and Associated your fato after "June tho thirstiest?" In Jaurcz since Sunday's battle ample of these farmers referred to, tive expedition against tho Villa, nipped iiv ments to aermiuiy's counter-proposayou'll bo1 stung by that prohlbl-- 1 tweon VUllstas and the American followed by those of other sections of rebels In and near Juarez last night peace treaty and a revised copy to the troops occurred today when workmen the county. and today wero billeted in birracks Cletis Leach, Kagal Davison, Len Hon bug that has beon buzzing around nro In of tho peace treaty lne international Drmge to and camps on the American sido isenl acT von Drockdorff-Rnntza- u, Boone and John Combs, four Beaver ,so ,on' the hands of Count KoIk9 ln Chicago claim to have repair street car tracks, were assault-on- o COUKTKD IN YOUTH after twenty-fou- r hours of camwho Is on his way to Wei- Dam youths, according to tho story of MAimiKI) IX AGFJ paigning. of thorn, met ln a grovo In thnt solved tho problem ot how to "swat ed by Mexican civilians. They fled to mar, thero to present to tho German t tho Prohibition bug" and take away tho river and sought protection from Jieven ragged Mo.fcan p.' loners national assembly tho final word of town Tuesday afternoon and planned Ranting. They worried about It un- -' soldiers at the bridge. H Mr. W. B. Smith, of Centertown, weie horded toward the Fort Bliss Tho boys an exodus to Arkansas. tho victors In tho war. The unfriendly attitude of the and Mrs. Mary T. Embry, ot Crom- s.orkado by a detachment of f mm fn.rtn,n to sijttnnn.'t'l they struck upon the proper meth- the 5th. Few changes have bnon made In. n,.a mn.-n,- i 8,nco wmcn llmo u,e removed lueAicaus was noi aione airecieo. 10- - well, were married at the residence wlu.o ano'.'ier caiii.w atrevised peace treaty. Tho orU-ltt- and they had as yet accumulated only ,"" - ......... . tho . ....... .., w.u...uw , . .... . u of Mrs. Embry's brother, Mr. R. B. tachment di.'ivo a herd of 1W cap-tiuu.v.. , ,, . contentions of tho Allied and As- n a tun II mnnuiirn rf Wfiriil IV sul""" . regiuneu meir cnceriumess, lur It,...'!, civil passporis ami mi.uary Martin, Friday, by Rev. Russell transportn-.an- a Mexican her es and pont3 to sociated Towers virtually have been and wero handicapped for 'passes, wero denied entrance to Walker. Mr. Smith Is 68 and Mrs. tue remounc "tation. ot Ue ,s wIth them- tlon money. One of tho quadruplet! ,tno maintained Intact. "You slloultl worry" Is the name ot .Tuareg and a number who succeeded Embry 59 years ot age. An incident It was urc.'i c:il!v stated tonight Fivo days was tho allotted period hit upon tho apparently easy plan of'' t,,e nW discovery. Others have de- - in entering the city were spat upon worthy of mention in connection with nt Fort Bliss that rproxlmatol' fifty raising the cash by drawing upon tho originally fixed for tho Germans to vlsed way3 and moans for various by Mexican women and cursed by the wedding is the fact that more ila follower-- , were killed. answer yes or no to tho demands of bank accounts ot unsuspecting clt new "overages, oui me umcago wise biiiuh uos. than forty years ago, when the coupla zens. Accordingly each drew a check '.lie Amorlcin "f the 7th C j:.-tho Allies. Hut two days additional Guards Threaten, ono3 declare theirs has tho best taste, now much advanced ln age wero hap- Corporal Chigas, was shot through havo been granted because of the In- on the bank nccount ot wellknown and "klck" a The Mexican guards at each bridge py and satlsfac-- j d youths, out in the lung by a Mexican rebel. sistence of the German delegation business men, tho amounts ranging t,onRemembering tho hospitality spanning the river threatened to the Select country, they were sweettwenty four dollars. After crossing during the nlht tho that not sufficient tlmo has been al- from ten to enter-o- f hearts. By some decree of Fato each cavalry column, supported by :i batdrew his check on tho account extended to them by Kentucklans on flscate American automobiles proper consideration of tho lowed for married- another, and now the devo- talion ot tho 82nd Artillery, advanced Ellis Sandefur tor $10.00 and got numerous occasions, residents of the ing the town, rovlsed terms. This will extend tho Mexican civilians explained their tion ot youth is warmed into life and at daybreak began a ssoutin; Windy City havo hastened to f ir.te to Monday, Juno 23 it rhn,i f ihn. et,,rn nt iiaVnM Bros. lan.1fa ilirwl inn tnl liAlnW if Irt .t fin itifftlrlft tlmo limitation " """l"' tour. Capturing tho sovcr. prisoners """i" """ "" """ ' nVintr(Mrf A i ntllnn (vnAnn again. If Germany's reply Is yes the treaty 'Hio other boys failed to get their l (o,-1,v t n.,rr,itcK. ,1 IcM.-ii- ivIH. ghnnMnir i,t nlm.lo hnmna nn,l lefore reaching the Villa Camp, tho cashed or werj detected in at- ZuY-CImmediately signed; If 7.7"".,. " will bo. ".,." -ZXOT HEDA. " """"6 "'" " """" i""1"1"' """" cavalry was enabled to proceed, ma ny declines to accent to tho de- - 'cniptlng to do so, and warrant.! ware " n js.mi.in,i- Itv riilr.,"nnns. ranza soldiers.. All thn damncn - --- -to a short distance of tno uraim- tho armistice will bo automat- - ismiu". lor u.e quar;ui mauds -T 'uu tal" "in,l,lni, n.,t ' vnni- "!" " MlMtlnn" Iwppn Ihn Vmitn "" ..b"""t, ,7- Capt. W. E. Bennett,- temporarily adobe headquarters, when fightinglcally torminated and tho allied arm- - or, assisted by Marshal .Stevens, went - nun ..a nml .. - -- domiciled ln Owensboro, was here was begun by the Americans standing-icd fnrppi will tnkn whatever stoDs on a .. round up or tno ooys tveunebipy "" I ,,na .nxa hX ,1 . .. nnrl tlm VIIHqjw nn1 flio as...u.w...u this wepk and among other thlngi, .. .. v isaaauv uv I I. A.. nnnrvnai t w Amorlenna h Viak IIV II .... . illn n 11. .. water up to their knees. Four ..- llwtv ilnntn ronttlaltn In thn nrrnslnn lllllllllini .. ... .. was laid at tho door of the United said that it was his desire to publish At li nazards obtain a Ilia men were killed in the firs: With Ihn rnvlanil trnntv. contalnlmr gang 01 lannusra wuu uiu ainjiuawu States troops. lo tho world that he held his cit'zen-shl- p and the entire force, numberlrg hawk. The ofllcors finally sue-- , ininrllnoatlons In red Ink. where of a... . ,, . Thoroughly cleanse. Villa Xcar I'arral. in Ohio county, in the locality ai proximately 200 men, mounte 1 and. changes had been made in It. wus a'cceueu in capturing uen uuono aim (";ii! np your grocer and order five Villa was tonight reported ap1- - of "BUCKHORN," that thero was no Pscaped toward the southwest rtitli covorlng note, written by Premier Jolinlo Comus, uut tno ouier two es .. ..ni.i.,t - r i. ,w.n.-- rniiml. wero I",llI,t,s of granulated sugar, I'.ve proaching Parral, where Amorlcan in- - such place as Beda, because t!iat'tl0 calvary troops ln pursuit. Tho tiy....v..-uu- . Cnmhs nnil'".Iloono . """- "' ona tea - tercsts are important. American when some "hlfllutln" folks had a rebels scattered Into small bands, tho hero ana lodged in jail, ana imiin'la of coarse corn meal, It had been conference. " r..- - ..Jwin in 'snoontul ot ginger, ono vound of r.ns- - ljero fear V ilia will seek revenge on postofflco establlshed.and named "Be- - 511, Calvary pursuing one band thnlr nximlninc trial nd two cans of apricots or peach- -, Americans throughout Chihuahua, they didn't change the name of uvo miles. Judge Cook's court tomorrow. When presnntatlon 'especially at Parral. the old village and settlement, and! xn the meantime tho 7th Cav-wh'v,.ri ,,! mmi.lseen at tho Jail the boys recited the e5, .. . ... .w Amnripfin nnwsnnnor pnrrnsnnn. Tii;n rwif Tifl rTft-i.i- . .. frtllortx i the department abolished the Bj,y deployed to tho southeast Mid Germany for protesting tho planning and attempted execution ot wjtor gates from !hi ppigot. This to .lale dents who were with Villa's forces P. O. Old Buckhorn was left, just us pursued another band. Troops A and forgery plan with as irenty on tho ground that tho treaty tho wholosale by the prjhibitljuh.5. have not been heard from since Sun-iin- it she was before tho unhallowed namelC executed a pistol charge from tho unconcern nud Indlfforeuco as has been conflicts with the terms of tho arm's-'muc- h day. One was in the camp of Flllpe was thrust upon her by the elito and saddle and killed a number of tho Is ftee (if thoy had been telling a fishing tlcc when last heard from, D.i1 p jiil in above m mtioned fastidious of the latter days. Capt. rebels. Tho artillery placed sharp- M Clomonceau says Germany fhll3 btory. Civil and military authorities issu- - Bennett moves that Ueda bo con- - nei directly over the and ineis it. heads of tho flec- to understand tho .position she occua warning today to all Americans signed to the scrap-hea- p iv'iii'V"" liaffll from ono and that ing Villa force and many were killed. .KAGUi: MKI.l) UP. pies today In the oetlmatlon nf tho ot yeast. Pick It apart and dissolve to stay out of Juarez until conditions 'BUCKHORN" reign Instead. After the pursuit the two cavalry world for being responsible for a war teI'1(1 water- Hi become normal. forces formed a junction and returnTho action of the United States in CUP oi which was tho "greatest crime against MEAT PRICES LOWER. SoerciSnty Violated. i ,,ain th ?.nn,.iio f Vn. Tho plot thickens. Pour the dis-- i ed to tho American side ot the river, humanity and tho frcodom of the peo Gen. Candldo Agullar. President solved yeast cake Into mess in the accompanied by the artillery and tho plo that any nation, calling itself civ- - tloiw has had farreachlng rffevt on . Here Is a weo bit ot encouraging m w. Rnl?,nfipr!, 'v i 11 thn nnnnn pnttrnrnna nt V'nrMfl IIlrJ. Air. .vv,iv. . '" uwku0 0 ..w .. 11.. ITll..l w.hiul,.h,h. uiti.uu...v.uw4 D . . I Illzod, has ever consciously commit l - 41- .- I. .....).. iucm 1ia a - iL. press ' ipvta Pli.i-- . Trt ljCl ll aionc Iet lL lur uiu uuusuwiiu. """ ior uiuv tno uuuuu OLaiea, issut-- 10 iuo The seven Mexican prisoners proWilBon assures tho Icpiosetltatlies of ted " T ftntrfl .lannJif uaja. m (lin In. tnilnif n fnmnnl ataiojuum. ilnrtlnnlnn twtftA ATlOnliai. - luua u '"u,u ntnfnmnnt ucuauub mi.u lutufn A r..rfir. n tu.nilnt hid IHlliunoui, Ulcuuj l.n nfho. r.i,nr na I fessed to bo either (armors in tho What Allies Told Huns. Tho Chicago headquarters that "the government and bui sntlintnt favors tho loaguo,'thn he terim you may know tho Joy ot living- Mexico consider as a violationpeople of- & Company announced it had of Swift-' valley or Carranza soldiers, none ad- 20.000.of MeTho principles of tho original con i,,c, .,'r. fnn.n.in nvi.innrn nf ... fnni by observing the following pro.. lttlng ..-.been with Villa .... w w. f.M lean sovereignty the crossing of Unlt- - vvu pounds more meai ior saie (nis lltions have been vigorously upheld, j0 jfter ,..U..w presa dtsjwtohes from .gramme: Tn? ns establishing a peaco of Justice, but!,' ,.,' v' m,b actl-- i 1 ot the Smi-- I When tho curtains ot night arif'ed States soldiers into Mexican terri- - month than for the same month last ONK AND l) certaln modifications in detail and te vjowej as m a measure lndi- - Pinned back by the stars, about thoory," and expressing the hope "that year, and records show the price Is FARE G BANTED K. E. A. office of tho commany explanations ot tho effect of Cl'lllg the sentiment Ot th American uour wuou gruvuyurua juwu unau mo suuuuuu ureaicu uy uiu junjai un- - lower. The local y "You jcurrences in Juarez will bo satlsfacto- pany stated to where that during tho d gently creep execution are made. Tho reply la ln people, an hat the proiiwi of form- Reduced fare to tho meotiiwj oC two parts a general covering lettor Inir thn Ipnfiin U not hrli'lit la iieriurimuB iw.ihj uiijuaiou uoiwucu mu wu tuuu- past two weeks beef has declined Kentucky Educational Association, onouiu worry The ... fct ... . i from 18 to 22 cents td 12 to IS cents this year may be secured by tho certries." and seriatim discussions ot the t).uui. nropor functions. nv. akVkiK- -, lO !UlJt,VU uub .;.,, ti. itb Atopy of General Agullar's state- - in price and that pork Is 3 cents a tificate plan only. When ticket is counter proposals. Changes In- d.nl'8 own party Is Lift the cloth from tho crock. Draw tiiH.rlliiK clude: chair. Place ear to crock and ment was sent to the State Depart- pounds cheaper, wholesale. purchased to Louisville a receipt or r.in in the senate. F . e.Sn ii.inmeiit.oP The Louisville Meat Market stated A plebiscite for Upper Silesia, with Is communion. It will sing In a ment, but officials there said they did par-'lol- tl that mombers ot both certificate must be required of tho guarantees of coal from that terri- tics ln tho senate resent the fail- - peculiar pumas iuui-- j ui wuuiui not regard It in the nature of a for- that westorn cattle beef had de- tlckot agent This receipt is to bo 6 cents a preaa.'ted tory. things to come. You'll be reminded mal protest and that no reply would creased approximately i. . .. ai.ion. . n.,i n ,..ni, tu iho Secretary of tho As- in West of'that body on tha peace commls-'o- t .. Frontier rectifications the olden days when as a boy you be made. They added that no other pound, but that good natlvo cattle Kuril! t.'iiii ...I. ...Ill 1:1111 III4..f :: .1. :iiiii n.l Hrs ivimi win has been received. beef had dropped but about 3 cents nrnn, .,. n anp . . ,. Prussia. sueaKea mio uiu punur, iuuk uiu buu communication sloii. and to t.ko it ln'v his eonfldonr.o and heard from the Moxlcan government regard- - a pound The retailer Is giving tho,v,le (U. Omission of the third zono in in matters pretainlng to the poaco shell from tho What-n1atIon It may thotl b0 Ing the entry of American torces Into consumors tho benefit ot the reduced exchanged tho Schleswlg plebiscite. what the wild waves are saying. ..jjioy, for a return ticket at oul; Tomporary increase of tho German Somohow the terrible spectre of Mexico to disporso VUllstas who flroj prices, it was reported, m d the regular faro. Vro rearmy from 100,000 to 200,000 men. AX APOLOGY TO It was claimed that the warm ceipt Is absolutely necessary with 'nationwide dryness will seem llko a into El Paso, Texas. After tho Amorlcan troops crossed weather conditions probably brought purchase ot ticket to Loulsvltxi and Declaration ot intention to submit JUDGK UKI.CIIEU joke.. You'll hear Eva Tanguay sing- within a month of signature a list ot ilng "I Don't Care." You'll feel at tho international border, General down tho price of fresh pork several no consider? tion can be given If higher thoso accused of violation ot tho laws Some tlmo ago. Judge Newton peaco with all the world, lulled by Agullar and Dr. R0J0, tho Mexican 'conts. Hogs are bringing Is noi presented to Secretary ot and customs of war. Belcher, of Greenville, authorized us tho cooling and sweet promises of charge, were Invited to tho State Do- - prices and hams are up, but tho Pak-'th- n Vssociation with a German to announce his candidacy for tho tho liquid of Joy to come. "You partment by Acting Secretary Phillip t ers seem anxious to dispose of fresh: Offer to m who explained why the American pork, the demand for which slumps commission on reparations, and to re-- 1 nopubllcan nomination for state son- - Should Worry" Is In tho making. ATLANTIC OCEAN IS colye suggestions for discharging tho ator jn this district. At tho same I forces entered Moxlco and gave as- - during tho summer. Pork chopjs, And After Nino XiRlits. SPANNED BY AIRSHIP obligation. tlmo Judgo Belcher left with us copy! Repeat this programme nightly forlsurances that thoy will bo withdrawn which formerly sold for 40 cents a Certain detailed modifications In IOr nn address to tho people of the nine nights. At tho end ot the ninth Immediately after their object had pound, may now bo purchased for 35 Tho first nonstop flight across tho conts, been attained. tho flnanco, economic and ports and district. It was near our pressrhour, night strain and bottle. Place Atlantic Oqean was completed when clauses, including aboil- - nnd wo ran the card, deforrlng tho for- - ties on tho shelf steady, careful It was understood that both of the Capt. Alcock, an Englishman, and LEASING OIL LANDS. tlon of tho proposed Kiel Canal Com-iIuAbout 5 p. m. on the tenth Mexican representatives appeared to announcement until the follow- - now! Lieut. Brown, an American, landed at be satisfied with tho explanation and mission ing week. Then by one of those un- - day call your be3t friend ln. T! nspni ,1.1,, I, ..,., Ilfillimok. of Owensborn. Cllfden, Ireland, 1G hours and 12 one. mo. Assuranco of momborshlp ln tho fortunato oversights that seem un-- 1 Tho bevorago Is to bo known as 1.. ti.n i.t --rLoaguo of Nations In tho early future, 'avoidable In a nowspapor ofllco, wo '"Wo Should Worry" until ready to r-.t-s." .r-- JJ! "J- It Germany fulfills her obligations. announcement, gargle. Thou tho name will auto-W- o failed to Insert his . m aro vory sorry this ovorsight oc- - matlcally change to "Oh! Boy!" CROP CONDITION'S. i curred, and hope tbla apology will i FHOJ1 MOVING TRAIN some measure make amends for AND S UADLY INJUKKU by oxcesslvo rains ovorsight. .Handicapped Judge Belcher is a man on," n,Z -I- win b. that b.. farmers are making hoadwuy. Much of marked ability and, if nominated Guiles Moore, a sixteen yoar old boy dlt bauds committed depredations in the land somo tlmo during the year. ' " " 'innnBj tho corn crop will bo late, but at and olectod, will honor, both himself of f a celebration la ?P that country the armed , forces of OH developments in Grayeon. Ohio least sovonty flvo per cont of a normal (Und tho district he represents ln tho of McIIenry, was seriously Injured ., .. . ... a , l lit, n..l Mnl an,, nnmiflna fn.ll.fira ...v, nns. " tlin -i .uu.v uronKing upper house of the General Assembly when ho jumped from a moving train me couniry coum iohow acrpago will Uo planted, " """w" uoi irau 'slblllty of oil la profltnblo quantities,! at tho Taylor A.lnoa switch, Tuesday across tho international line. and planting aro still, in progross, and ADJUDGED INSANE. and it is hardly probable this territo night ot last week. Moore hud been 11ECENT LAND SALES. will contlnuo for several days yet. HOME ROA7 MAKING. ry will be finally abandoned betot'e to Beaver Dam and was riding on tho Llttlo cultivation has beon given tho Katie Muffett, daughter ot Mr. Du4.j giving it a much falror try out than M. C. McKinnoy to Oscar McKin- - steps ot the train. Another McIIenry early planted corn, but tho color is Muftott, of Narrows Route 1, was glv One ot tho best examples ot what has so far been done, hoy, observing yung Moore rlilltiet condition, noy lot, in McIIenry, $400 good and it is in a thrifty on a lunacy hearing Monday, adjud Oscar McKlnney to Mrs. Laura Mc- - on the steps and touring he mlgtt ontorprlslng farmers can do in thot Practically a normal acreago 6f ed ot unsound mind aud committed MOONSHINERS TRUST, get hurt, notified' tho conductor, xz- - matter ot homo road making is a tobacco has beon planted, and it is Kluney lotVn McIIenry, 100. 81m tho asylum, at Hopklnsvllle. Mrs. Julia Hoover and others to 'marking If Moore did not have a fare soctlon of tho Centertown and Point! Whltesburg. Juno 18. It Is said twenty-tw- o starting oft nicely, though much ot years old. Miss Mv in sections of the miles In hero that iho would pay it for him. When the Pleasant road, about two W. M. Heflin 100 acres, 52,500. It Is in the weeds. ' o had tho flu last winter, and her J, D. Crowe to Arvena Orowo New- - conductor opouod the door Mooro length, or from Watt Taylor's farm Eastern Kentucky Mountains raoon-tWheat harvest is In full blast and moving that of Nat Llndloy. The farmors shiners havo formed a union and have tal trouble was thought to be '4 comb 20 acre3, near Crowo school Jumped from the swiftly tho ylold is going to bo much better v prlco for their product. tho effects ot that disa&. train and sustained serious Injuries of that community gradod the road sot a standard than tho farmers a few weeks ago ex-- ! house, $900. moonshine whisky has said she had roceutly attended a nected. The heads aro short and on- - I v Susan P. Crowo to M. P. & Eliza in the fall. His collar Dona uuu uuv Just enough to Insure drainage, which Heretofore Roller meeting,, the effect ot i th nnrfi.iiFo Dauehorty GO acres, near Balzetown. arm wero broken, aud ho waB othor-- i could bo done with small sacrifice of been Known to sou ior a price nwiBiub f.i,i wn mi0,i added to nor uurvous conditio. $42 to $50 a gallon. 'labor, and thou after each rain from wise bcratcheil and brvliwl. 'is tho largest over sown iu tho DELEGATES ls sheriff i w to-ni- al .,..,..., v.-- ... id ' v. light-hearte- - con-Com- bs - Ger-'cn5f- ks .... """"."':. '""" u-- r,n fe -- "" J "" ',," v - "',",,. """ . ""o -- ....-..-.- ."" '"'i . ,.Htr - - -.- w -- m ! ... ......!. six-ga!l- cr;; :ib-sa- u't - ::.:..:... ",,7 ,,;,. ... hn ti, to-da- ,miv " f.-iy-da- eji ir co. I 1 it li .,,.., ng OXE-THIIi- to-da- 1 ii.i i. ., I ot ,, I one-thir- ai I n-- 1 2s: S.SSSLTSJr.SrL.p'S: tho'-UMl'K- .. b..1tlt . tt I ,.t d... , & """" , ! t.-- ',", ."' .. "". ?TX I to-d- m t, K M Danville, Lebanon, Hodgcn-villOF APPEALS Leltchflcld, COURT Ellzabethtown, Hartford, MadLsonvlllo, Princeton and CONFIRMS DECISION DISEASES APPEAR Pnducah. This routo would connect at Lancaster or D.invillo for points on tho Doono Highway, at Hodgensvillo for points on tho Jackson Highway, Take-al- l And Flag Smut at Ellzabethtown for points on tho Of Lower Court In Text Book Adoption By Dixie Highway, and at Loitchfiehl for Warning Sent Out By points on tho proposed Dawson HighCommission Department way. It appears that Richmond would bo one point in tho eastern part of tho state that has already been Frankfort, Ky., June, 13.- Tho It Is midway between County Agent Is receiving let- fixed because The sustained tho extremities Court of Appeals y and southern ters from headquarters which ask tho northorn and likewise a gate to decision of tho Franklin Circuit Court 'of tho State, him to be on the lookout for take-a- ll ' great oil fields to the east. There In the State TextBook Commission and flag smut in wheat. These are tho would hardly be much question as to caso, and the commission must renew diseases which have lately heen the Highway would tako assemble nnd make a complete new discovered in the United States, al- the direction was reached as a routo adoption of books for all the rural until Lebanon though thoy have been damaging to tho north would make too close n schools In the Stato of Kentucky. wheat abroad for years. The agent parallell with tho Lexington, Frank- The rural schools open has never seen either of these disLouisvillo Road. At Leba when tho present contracts expire. uses; but he is anxious to protect the fort and non, however, there Is going to bo a The court's decision means that It farmers in his district against both strong pull to turn the road south will bo necessary to make tho adopof them. through Taylor and Green, but this tion before the first of the month, Ho wishes to suggest that every the purpose to reach tho and this must be done quickly if the farmer In tho county keep his eyes would defeat western portion of tho State, books are to be shipped Into the State 1)0 is Inspecting extreme wide- open when as the road system of that section of and dlstrbuted among tho dealers in wheat fields or when bo Is harvesting Kentucky turns South and the new order that they may bo lr. the schoolj tho crop, so that ho may report any- highway would converge with the when the term opens. thing which may arouse his suspiGov. Black, chairman of the comall the have been Jackson or tho Dixie. With Hodgen-vlll- mission is expected to call that body Arrangements cions. e Counties from Richmond to made by the Extension Division of tho on record as In favor of a pro- to order within a few days. Whether College of Agriculture gressive road program and the coun- he will make any changes In the perwith Washington for an expert to visIs not ties which would be touched by such sonnel of the commission it tho county on short notice. n hlL'hwav. The fact that wo aro known. Tho agent Is giving here a short The contracts made by tho present of tho for the bene- coming to a realization description of tako-al- l necessity of a good road system, commission, with Gov. Stanley sitting fit of the farmers: In as chairman, wero with twent-sl- x vary In 'there should be no difficulty "The symptoms of tako-a- ll j present suggestion on publishers. The total cost to tlu p.ii- different fields. In some fields dis- putting tho ma- -' ents of school children throughout the plan suggested tinct patches of dwarfed, sickly or foot. If the make Hodgenvlllo and (Stato for the books in tho Ave years trlalizes it will dead plants occur. These patches tour-- 1 the coutracts had to run was estimavary greatly in outlines and size, from Ellzabethtown great centers of ",000,-00- 0 ists, traveling both north and south, ted to be anywhere between f a few feet across to several acres In and $5,000,000. west. LaUue County Her extent. In other fields tho entire least and I Was Rarely "In Court." I area is involved, so that patches are ald. Prof. E. B. Weathers, Jr., of Frank-lliv ?. not evident. Badly affected plants who brought tho suit, was "In Chronic Constipation. are much dwarfed and remain in the Perhaps you have never thought court" by the narrowest margin, and rosette stage instead of shooting up of It, but this disorder Is clue to a Ion the question whether ho possessed and forming heads. When such jlack of moisture in the residual mat j Interest in the matter sufficient to plants are pulled, they often break ter of the food. If you will drink .make him a proper party plaintiff the near the crown, leaving tho roots in an abundance of water, cat raw fruits court divided three and three, two the ground. An examination shows end take lots of outdoor exercise, 'Democrats and one Republican being that the crown and base of the stalks you may be able eventually to over- on each side of the question. Judges are badly rotted. In tho meantime Settle. Sampson and Clarke held that come it entirely. "The leaves of plants affected with use the most mild and gentle laxa- ho was, and Judges Thomas, Quin and take-al- l are usually of a bluish-gree- n On this initial tives. Strong and harsh cathartics 'Hurt that he was not color ,in marked contrast with the tako too much water out of the sys- issue tho Franklin Circuit Court was normally green leaves of healthy tem and make a bad matter worse. 'affirmed by a divided bench. As to plants. This difference In leaf color Chamberlain's Tablets are easy and the failure to comply with the statuIs very characteristic and Is helpful pleasant to take, and most agreeable tory requirement that GO per cent of in recognizing the disease. Affected in eftect. Give them a trial. m tho textbooks must be readopted at plants, in an attempt to recover, often the same or less prlco the court was send up new shoots which are weak A widower .had engraved on his unanimous and held that tho commis and slender and remain short. In wife's tombstone the words, "The sion had changed more than 30 per is dis- light of my life has gone out." Europe and Australia take-al- l cent. tinguished in its later stages by what A little later ho married again "Duiiimj" Copies Not Enough. That is. and one day was standing with No. 2. is termed "white-heads.- " Tho court also held that "dummy" borne of the plants are not offected befoic his first wife's grave coplos of books are not sufficient subbadly enough to bo dwarfed or killed Reading the above sentiment, tho mission of a specimen copy with tho in the early or seedling stage. Such lady inquired in a rather huffy tone, bid Three books, Heizer's Physiol plants may head out, but the head "Is that so?" ogy, published by C. T. Dearlng & produces no grain and soon becomes "Yes," replied he. "but I've struck Co., of Louisville; Phil Grinstead's white and dead. The disease has not another match." Truth Seoker. Speller, published by the Transylvaliecn under observation in the Unitnia Book Company, Lexington, and ed States long enough to tell just how MOTHER SAYS WEST .MEDICINE Webster's History, published by D. C. OX EARTH FOR CHILLS AX I) it will act under our field conditions." Heath & Co., Chicago, were submitted FEVER AND TEETH- If any unusual heads or stalks are in dummy form. l.(i CHILDREN found pleafce save them, and notify With reference to the copy books, Mr. McCrackcn or tho Republican. published by tho Transjlvauia Book Co., I'l.i-- j Smut. Texas. Company, which come in a series of Clobourne Johnson P ' "Flag smut appears soon after tho Aug., ISO, ID 11. Dr. J. C. Menden-hal- l, eight, tho court remarked that it Evansvillo, Ind. "I have used could not understand why so simple plant begins to shoot. It is most Chill & Fever a subject as writing should require evident on tho leaves, where it causes your Mendenhall's long streaks that aro at first gray Tonic and find it the best remedy on eight different books, for beginners. In color, but later become purplish, earth for chills and fever and teethIt Is believed that the Stato Textthen black and powdery. The upper ing children, it will do all you book Commission "will readopt most leaves often heconiu more or less claim for It and more. You may of Its previous selections, but Mil twisted, although this does not seem print thLs if you wish." Mrs. M. U. most certainly reject the Hebcr to bo a constant symptom. In the Weaver. Guaranteed better than any physiology and tho Grlnstead wpellor other. Sold by Ohio county Drug Co. Caro will bo takon, however, to late stages of the disease, tho m leaves split into longitudinal within tho 50 por cent bounds. Tommy Please, Mrs, Brown, my Usually loaves on all stalks shreds. It is a matter of doubt whether the in tho stool are affected, but this Is mother wants to know If you will commission can meet, niako adopnot always the case. Affected plants send her your rooster for a day? tions, after going through tho forMrs. Brown My rooster? aro commonly stunted and rarely malities of advertising, and procure Tommy Yes, father has to get up books In time for this year's session dovolop heads. Kvun In cases where the head fills tho boot tho flag loaf early in tho morning and our alarm of tho rural schools. In this caso tho may become so twisted and contracted clock Is broken. Washington Star. old books will bo used for ano'ther as to make it impossible for the head yea i. lludly disoused plant to umorge oc aiiM? often wither, and die prematurely Surgoons agree that in cases of At the smut appour.s so early in the Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the season and tho diseased plants aro vjrst Treatment is most important shorter than tho healthy ones, the When an offlclent antiseptic is apwiiuttuil ones aro easily overlooked " plied promptly, there is no danger of Roth of those diseases aro danInfection and tho wound begins to gerous Tho farmer should not take heal at once. For use on man or a chance. Ho should report to th boast, Borozono is tho ideal Antlsep-- I agent any dlseaso which tallies with tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now tho above description. an How Lydia E. Pinkham's ' and bo ready for aud omergency. Prlco $1.50. Sold by 25c, 50c, $1.00 Vegetable Compound To Prevent Uelcli'aK. in Ohio County Drug Co. Is Prepared For . Idaho a regular habit of eating alowiy, masticate your food thoroughNOW ROOSEVELT CANAL. Woman's Use. ly, and you may have no further ttou-M- t. of If you should, tnko ono Washington, Juno, 1G. Hereafter A visit to tho laboratory whoro this Chamberlain's Tablets immediately successful remedy is maifo Impresses the numo of tho Panama canal will be m even the casual lookor-o- n with the nftar supper. changod to tho Roosevelt canal, if accuracy, skill and cleanliness ino-u liich attends the making of this groat Souutor Borah, of Idaho, who has COUNTY IN LINE troduced a resolution In the Senate medicine for woman's ills. OHIO lierb3 Over 350,000 pounds rou a m:v iikiuww aro used unually and of various to bo on tho subject, has his way. all have The joint resolution states "that gathered at tho season of tho year when Tho pawing of tho 20 cent road tax their natural juices and medicinal sub- this namo and doslgnatlon bo given to this canal as a tribute to tho memory in Marion county last week is of spe- stances aro at their best. Tho most successful solvents aro used und patriotic sorvicos of the late Thecial lnturowt to Laruu county citizens, to extract tho medicinal properties from odore Roosevelt." and may indirectly bo responsible for those herbs. opening up a now lino of travel to the It is now conceded by members of Every utensil and tank that comes In Eastern part of tho Stato. While contact with tho medicino is sterilized Congress that if tlioro had beon no moat of tho Stato Highways proposed and as a final precaution in cleanliness Theodore Roosovelt thero might as medicino is pasteurized and sealed yet havo beon no canal. Ho It was tho last few yours huvo run from tho thesterile bottles. in bo north to tho south, there seomu to It is tho wonderful combination of who by his impatience at first with a big demand for a great highway roots and heibs, together with tho red tapo and then with the hold-u- p through tho central part of tho Stato skill and euro used in its preparation methods of Columbia, precipitated tho medicino which has made berunning east and wont. Such u road r.o successful inthis famous tho trcutment of lorolutlou lu Pauama which thus Jackson, Dixie iomalo ills. came willing to permit us to build should connect Boone, at points The letters from women who have tho canal across Its territory. Presinnd Dawson Highways whoro tho traveler could turu either been restored to health by tho uso of dent Wilson has since urgod that the Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- country wheh sought to hold us up North or South It appears that such pound which we uro continually ir Richmond, Lan- should bo reimbursed to tho extent of a road would touch attest to its virtue. DANGEROUS WHEAT castor, o. "The Greatest Of Them THE NEW DIAMOND AMBEROLA But tho Amberola can quickly and easily prove Its own superiority. Its tono oh, what a revelation compared to metallic "talking machines" and shrill sounding phonographs. Nono but Edison could work that miracle of tone. Then the Amborola for the Amborola nlone. They nro practically unbreak-abl- o and evorlastlng. What a con- Head And Shoulders Above The Crowd Stands Thomas A. Ediscn. All" "Head and shoulders" above tho crowd of ordinary phonographs nnd "talking Machines" stand Edison's great contribution to tho world's enjoyment. - to-da- No product can be bigger thnn tho brain that ovolvc3 it. No other brain In tho world has tho Inventive ability of Edison's. That fact alono Is sulllclont proof of fho absoluto superiority of tho Amberola. to-d- Free Trial Offer Wo will placo an Amberola In your homo for 3 est, all tho latest An endless feast of fascinating molody. Yot tho biggest' surprise of all Is tho prlco! This wonder phonograph costs less Thoro Is than inferior competitors! not a single drawback to your owning Jnl,l Days' Trial, which will not put you under tho slightest obligation or cxponso. Come here, select an Amberola and a number of records and we'll send thorn to your home. At tho end of three days. If you do not want tho wo'll call nnd take it away. If you do want It, wo'll arrange terms of payment to suit you. llecords, mado Am-boro- lu, an Amborola right now. Don't listen to tho claims of other manufacturThen ers listen to their machines como In nnd compare the matchless tono of tho Amborola. Edison's will win you every tlmo. Wo'll expect you in to-dawis-ardry trast to tho costly fragllcness of other phonograph records. And for range of music the widest in tho world all the best, all tho great- - Prices $41 and Up. y now don't forget F0RDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ! n, ! in $40,000,000 and that Great Britain RECORD WHEAT CROP bushels; condition, 73 1 should have equal toll privileges with IlKADV FOR HARVEST Pastures Condition, 97 4 us. While It is believed In Congress Red Rust, a wheat dlseaso, mado today that Mr. Roosevelt did not take Its appearance during Mny In Im A wheat production rf 1,230,000.-00- 0 a perfectly ladylike way of bringing portant winter wheat producing states bushels this year, combining the about the result, he did actually causing more tlian b Vi points decline accomplish the uniting of tho two winter wheat nnd spring wheat crop?, In tho condition of the crop, and was forecast today by '.ho Department great oceans. threntons still greater damage. Tho of .Agriculture from tho condLlen of Infection has appeared in practically lb.' crop Juno tho 13. all of the Central States west of tho THE HONOR ROLL. Winter wheat produvoi Is f. re- Mississippi River, and is extending To County Judges, County Attor- cast at S93.000.000 bushels, compar- oastward through the States south of ed with S99.9 15,000 bushels forecast tho Ohio River. Tho decline In tho neys nnd Magistrates: Dear Sir I desire again to call last month, mnking it tho lnrgant ever condition of tho crop tho last week your attention to tho fact that your grown. Conditions of winter iMiat In Mny was very marked, especially county has an Insufficient amount of was 91.9 of n normal, compared mil In Kansas. ar money for road purposes and I would 100. 5 last month and 83.8 last Spring wheat production !, frvcui SIMMONS. suggest that jour court authorize an compare.; at 313,000,000 bushels, election on tho 20 cent Road Tax at 3 (Carried over fro.n last woek ) At that tlmo it with last year's production of the August primary. bushels, which was a record Mrs. C. M. Burton and children would cost practically nothing and If crop. Acreage this year Is '22,"!3,-000- . loft Tuesday for an extended visit to It failed to carry the people would Condition of tho crop Juno I Mrs Burton's father, in Durham, N. talk about the proposition, and by so doing would got better Informed as was 91.2 per cent of a normal, com- C. pared with 95.2 a year ngo. Mr. E. C. Morgan left Wednesday to jour needs. night for Memphis, where ho goes to Details of other crops follow: The following counties have voted spend his vacation, otc Oots Production forecast 1,14 tho 20 cent Road Tax: bushels, acreage, 42.4CC.000; Tho Mines aro not doing much Just Livingston Hondcrson condition, 94.2 now, but wo havo hopo.s that tho Owsloy Letcher Barley Production, 232.000,000 coal business will pick up In the next McCreary Cumberland hushols; acreage, S,S99,000; condi- fow weeks. Brockcnridge Meade ' tion 91.7 Fred Tatum. ' Alva Southard and Carlisle Fulton Ryo 107,000,000 Bev. McConnoll, are mighty anxious Prlductlon. Muhleuburg Butler bushels; condition 93.5. for Mr Wilson to come home, thoy Carroll Grant Hay 11C, 000.000 want him to stop this rain so thoy Production, Clark Fa) otto t tons; condition, 9 I 1. enn go over to Ouensboro before tho Washington Marion Apples Production, 100,000,000 first of July Shelby Henry bushels; condition, 07 8. Mr J II Tucker was in McHcnry Laruo Franklin Production, 50,300,000 Wednesday on business Peaehe3 Union Estill Hopkins Webster Perry Hancock Martin Pike Owen Scott Nelson Mercer Wolfe It Is necessary that the election be advertised for 30 das prior to holding tho election, ,anrt I hopo that at your next mooting tho election will bo called. Yours very truly, R. WILEV. Commissioner. i 'r- - ?c0 t mr Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R J FOR f H ) .flfmircu ur REAVER DAM. (Carried ovor from last week K.i k FAMOUS MEDICINE Miss Anuilda Austin, of Rochester, ., Is visiting her paronts, Mr. and Mrt. C. P. Austin. Mrs. Charllo Williams and baby, of Stono, Ky., aro tho guosts of hor mother, Mrs. Floronco Alford. Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you use n cultivator you want thorough cultivation first of all. But you want to Get this result in the shortest possible time and with the least possible labor. We want you y, y. Mr. Dan'el Thompson, of Loim-vills, was tho guost of Mr. Oscar weok. last Mr. Morton Williams has purebred the homo of Mr. F, O. Baker. Mr and Mrs. Baker and son havo gone to Owensboro, whoro thoy will rosbla Miss Maiy Ike Mason, of ji. Is the guost of Miss Dorothy Will, .i. Mr. and Mrs. I.osllo Board, of Central City, apont tho weok oud with Mrs. Board's parents, Mr. and Mis hi; Is Smith. MUs L'lolso Austin, who has b'Cii attondi.ig school in Kussellvllle, Is ponding vacation with hor parents, Mr nnd Mrs. C. P. Austin. Miss Clonova Taylor, of Chatanoo-ga- , Tennessee, Is spending vacation with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Taylor. o, Std-iconP-'- the John Deere KC Cultivator does away with the necessity for hard work, and at the same time gets the most thorough results. to sec why using Here nrc just a few of Its features that will appeal to you. Using it, you can meet every field condition without stopping to make adjustments. No wrench is necessary. tion at even depth and distance of cultivation from the row aro Cultiva- accurately regulated by means of liondy levers. Because of it3 parallel fchlft rigs, its ehovcls always face squarely to their work. They never traclc or trail in dodging on crooked rows. No uncultivated spots arc left. You get thorough cultivation over all of the field. The ris3 shift quickly In to slight: pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigi is as natural as walking. Wc want you to get into the seat of this cultivator und see for yourself how handy imd reliable it is. We've never seen its equat for timC'Saving, labor saving, the field. work in e OUT OF THE MOUTH Don't fail to come in early and get acquainted with tho "K C." OF BABES. pub-..-.dn- "Was papa tho first nun who ever proposed to you, mama?" "Yes, but why do you ask" "I was just thinking that you might havo dono bettor if you had shopped around a little more." LouiniLo Couiler-Journal. J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. Both Phones. ) ; I y 'Hi Thousands court notoriety, while a select minority prefer to remain unnoticed In the darkoncd background but have fame thrust upon thorn. Tho latter class holds Uenjamln V. Lilly, champion Hon hunter. Dorn of a good and prosperous family, Lilly, whllo still in his teens, respond-- d to tho call ot tho wild and became a freelanco hunter. Loaded with a pack, ho broke his way 'through tho Louisiana in search of game no varip-tie- s or eppcles barred, from bears to. I saw the Salvation Army Cha- wildcat Adeptncss with firearms and courng" wero his rosourcos. As teau Thierry 1 n rule, very tlmo his riflo cracked some animal dropped or flopped its I saw Salvation Army where way into the underbrush badly wounded, and for tho last half contu the fighting thickest! ry Llll rifle has been spitting fire and his fame as n "sure shot" has I saw the Salvation Army where spread through Louisiana, Texas, Ari zona, New Mexico and northern Mex the suffering was greatest! ico. . Den Lilly was ono of the' guides They were plain people ready who accompanied tho late Col. RooseIn his hunt through tho Louslana to to work to cook velt canobreaks, at tho tlmo when the a or to say a prayer 1 term "Teddy Hear" attained populari ty. Subsequently Lilly collected (specimens of wild animals for the Bi ological Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture, and at various times during tho last six years ho has been In tho service of this bureau as a professional hunter. Although he now is G5 years old, ho Is as active, as during, and as certain in "drawing a bead" as any of his associates, some of whomc aro young The Salvation Army, back home enough to be his Lil4with new inspiration, has taken up ly is a giant for work, and even at ? present Is ablo to tiro out two or three its time-wor- n fight on behalf of sets of dogs in rounding up some the poor, the weak, and the unfor- rango varmint. Ills circle of friends among the western ranchers is exin the United States! tensive. Murli Saved For Stockmen. Cream-BuyinOn the basis that the wolf kills $1,-0worth of live stock a year, the bear and mountain lion $500 each of llvo stock, and the coyote and bobcat each do $50 worth of damage, Lilly has saved the western stockmen enormous amounts. In the last six years ho has killed 1G7 mountain lions and G5 bears, Including several grizzlies. Mr Lilly is unassuming and disinHome Fund Campaign clined to talk about his experiences, and on this account no accurate record is available concerning his total number of "scalps. By the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with Mr. Lilly attributes his physical (.jga5561 their Poultry and Egg business. We want to buy powei.- - and activity to his p II A 'MIIII. Ir U.l.WklUI. ?U TOMfi.(u.iVla25' 1'ie and to his abstemious najiuA' Cream, can pay you one-thir- d more on the pound for ture,':, he has never used tobacco ot Ht intoxicants of any description. oream man you nave oeen getting lor butter and you furthermore has followed a fixed rule I believe that a Navy known 'common lawny stock sells at a sharp dis- of, never hunting on Sunday, and ac BIG NAVY NEEDED TO get out of the hard work of churning. We have two jo tho world to bo In excellent fight- count usually, varying, of course, as cording to rumor in sections of the ing conditions In a greater safeguard to season. Tho greatest demand Is country over which he has hunted receiving days in a week for Cream, every Tuesday HELP POLICE WORLD for peace thai) a largo Navy in rcscrvo 'for lambs of the following weights: this resolution has lven many wild J under skeleton crows and partially, In spring, 70 to S5 pounds, includ animals a now leaso of life, as they and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each trained personnel, unfit for immedi- ing fleece. on were ablo to make a ate action. The prnctlco of economy In summer and fall 65 to 75 lbs., tho Sabbath. week. Some people don't understand how to hanOne Interesting stor Britten Says Rule Of Seas is a fino thing in this day of heavy including fleece. is told of how Lilly followed a bear Sheep 100 to 110 pounds, includ through threo States before he final dle Cream, they think it must be sweet before we taxation, but tho people of the coun Should Not Be Left To try will Insist upon n first class navy, ing flccc. ly cornered the animal and was able England, Alone will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit manned with sufficient force to enUndocked nnd uncastrated lambs to kill him. sure tho safety of our commerce and aro discriminated against on the mara '.... hou.u'a once so enraged to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in ket. honor in every part of tho globe." mountain lion that she finally ata Lamb is in much greater demand tacked Lilly, who was unarmed exWashington, Juno 1C. I hope that person and our manager will explain to you how you than mutton; thero Is much less mut- cept for a l.auio Hack ItcIIcictl. pocket knife." With our entrance into tho League of NaKor lame back apply Chamber- ton eaten at tho present time than his fragilo weapon he killed the beast can make money with less work. tions will not bo used ns a subterfuge for economy In tho Navy, be- lain's Liniment twice a day and mas-sag- o was consumed a fow years ago. after a strenuous encounter. A healthy animal produces high tho muscles of tho back ovor cause no ono can now tell Just what Knows Range Well. part wo nro to play In tho future dom tho seat of pain thoroughly at each grado wool; an unhealthy and poorMr. Lilly knows tho rango country in ly kept animal produces wool of low so well nnd Is so familiar with tho ination of world peace, and I shall al- application. grade. Theso outstanding facts routes, habits and haunts of tho lions ways coutond that tho policing of tho should bo kept in mind in tho grow- that occasionally ho kills as many ns MONTHLY J.IiTTtill Bens shall never again bo left alono TO COUNTY ACK.NTS ing of sheep for wool and for meat. 3 lions in half an hour. He knows, to England, hut that wo must share Yours very truly, . equally in this honor and oxpense, just whero to set traps in tho canyons Owned and Operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated, Itranch House, It. J. II. DeLOACII, Juno 1, 1919. gun for gun, man for man, ship for and coves, while ho is able to pick HAKTKOIII), KENTUCKY. Director Amour's Bureau of Agri- out the most desirable spots to lie Dear Sir: It is a well known fact ship, with tho greatest naval power cultural Research and Economics. that tho United States Is not as n on tho earth." In ambush awaiting the approach of L. T. RILEY, Manager. prowling beasts. So said ltopresciitntlvo Fred A. whole a mutton and lamb eating United SUitcs Food Administration License No. Ilrltten, of Illinois, ono of tho foro-mo- country. It is also a fact, based upon TODAY'S WAU PltlCES Undo Sam omploys approximately t. """ investigations, that 300 professional trappers and huntCongress well planned naval authorities In llOUUIiB 1802 COSTS sheep aro among tho least oxponsivo ers to assist western stockmen in exand chairman of tho on yards and docks of tho IIouso Na- farm animals and can bo produced Chicago, Juno 14. Mouldy ac- terminating wild predatory animals val Affairs Committee, to your cor- at reasonably low cost. Sheep pro- count books stored nway In a vault In from tho rango country. These huntducers and economists agree that tho days of respondent. the Civil War show that ers huvo killed 70,713 predatory an faithful; and to pay tho state debt dens? A voto this year for the Dem"Tho claim that England Is tho un- tho clip of wool pays for tho keep of "war prices" that woro used as imals in tho last threo years, which by enforcing rigid economy. ocratic ticket will mean thqt tho peodisputed mistress of tho sea should tho sheep and the Incomo from tho synonyms of prohibitive cost until tho has resulted iu a direct saving estiThis administration has had its ple of Kentucky aro spineless and Is clear forovcr bo like water that has passed salo of mutton nnd lamb last fow years, were only about half mated nt nearly $5, 500,000 a year to chance full control of overy depart- helpless, that they aro not only willtho mill. America must take her profit, or largely profit. what they aro Tho house-wlf- tho stockmen of tho Rocky Mountain ment ot state. Behold the results! ing to swallow a gnat but to gulp In vlow of theso tacts, it seems stand, if not mistress, at least ns tho fifty-seve- n years ago would section. The total kill consisted of Six Million Dollars more money col- down u whole menagerie. Their hope, of oqual of any power on earth on tho that those who uro in public offlco havo complained moro bitterly of GO, (73 coyotes, 8,094 bobcats, 1,829 is at tho polls, a voto for tho Remake every effort to help profiteering in 137 lected in taxe3 from tho people yet should sua as well as on tho land, .those days had she wolves, 201 mountain lions and kill- nono ot tho debt has been paid, but publican ticket is their weapon ot ro- "1 was astonished when Secretary creato a mutton and lamb market in been called upon to pay tho pricps of bears. Tho pelts of tho animals buke. Their only chance to express ed wore sold for approximately $100,-00- 0 has grown grenter by Two Millions of tho Navy Daniels Informed tho our towns and cities. Dr. Mohler, today. Their savins build- Chief of tho U .S. Uurcau of Animal which, of course, Is of considera of Dollars, making eight million dol- their commendation. committee that tho three-yea- r Hero Is tho way they comparo: a big Industry, recently said that the avcr-ag- o to tho Government In financ- lars more oxponded. No elnglo head lies within their own hands. ing program which was used as 18C2. 1919. ble aid American family consumes only ing tho work. In addition to animals has fallen by this would bo Jack tho stick to drive tho nations of tho world l.-'1 gallon molasses '. . . . J0.G2 fi Teething babies always havo a by trapping and shooting, great Giant Killer, of useless officers. They Loaguo of Nations wus to ho about 5 pounds of mutton or lamb In Into tho 1 peck potatoes ..".... .50 killed .25 "No Light hard tlmo of it when this procesa flourish and wax fat. abandoned, especially In vlow of tho n year against 71 pounds of pork and GO 2 pounds butter 1.40 numbers of coyotes havo been killed Turned on," save perhaps tho well occurs In hot weather. They not onfact that ho recently Raid that ours G7 of bcof. Ho advocated an lncroaso 2 pounds coffee 1.30 by tho carefully organized poisoning 40 ly havo to contend with painful guma ot mutton and campaigns conducted by tho Biologi- directed rays from a dark lantern should bo Incomparably tho host In lu tho consumption 3 dozen oggs 1.50 45 held by a burglor wearing tho mask but tho stomach Is disordered, bowwas tho idea of naval lamb, not to tho detriment of beef cal Survoy. tho world. It GO pounds cornmeal . . 1.12 2. GO of n political olllcor as ho rifles tho els I0020 und tho body uncomforta- cnthuslabtH that America was to ho and pork consumption but to tako tho 5 pounds beef 1.25 70 public Treasury. Add to tho above, (bio. Thobest help you can glvo tho to no nation In building, not placo of meat products that havo second 1 barrel flour 7.75 1G.00 the school book scandal; tho foulness llttlo sufferer is McGeo's Da by Elixir. for military but for ponco purposes in boon Imported from other countries. o FOR FLETCHER'S ot mi lndefouslblo pardon record; tho It corrects sour stomach, cools and County Agonts can take part In till protection of our vastly increasing tho outrageous lncrouse in farm land as- quiets the bowols and holps diction. 1'OM AIKMK.V OUTSCOItKD. inovomout with great profit to tho couuuorco "on tho high seas. sessment. No wonder a long suf- Price 2Gc and COc por bottle. Sold am quite miro that tho American agriculture which they ropresont and "I m fering peoplo at last cry aloud "How by Ohio County Drug Co. gront credit to thomselves. It "MOW LONH, OH I.OIIIH" Washington, Juno, 1 1. Amorican public will nut countonanco a slashing with n Long, Oh Lord, How Long!" naval appropriations moroly in tho seomu that tlioy should bo ablo to do (Ivors' Inflicted upon tho Germans of Hl'L'AKlNtt OK TOASTS. What will the poople of Kentucky Tho Stanley administration is Interest of economy. Tho highest work of this kind through women's doublo tho loss thoy suffered In rt cloning. It camo into power promis- do in Novoniber? How shull they and baloons. An olllclal olllclency in this arm of our national clubs, chnmbors of commoros, merLondon, Juno Itetore y the announcod that 755 Gor- ing ill things to all man. Its prom-U- p strike for thomsolves? Do they think defense from now on should bo main- chants' associations, and any organworo made to tit tho hopes, tho they can better tholr condition or give American Luncheon Club, Lord FishIrrospoctlvo of what tho gov- izations, promoting tho welfuro of all man planes and 71 baloons had boen tained ernment doss with u national army. tho people Wo udvooato U'l lu tho dostroyod while the American losses expectations of tho puoplo. Ily plat- a bolemn warning by again giving a er told ot tho brief toast an American Interest of tho farmers as woll ajj tho wcro 357 planes and 43 baloons, only form pledges nnd by tho vote of Its voto of confidence, vote of approval admiral onco ' proposed to Qrit 1 will not stand for the placing of to tho tax- meat industry, and tho consumer. victories which havo been absolutely candidates, it pledged to "turn on tho and a voto ot endorsement by elect- Britain, "It was a damned ting old that are a cost Good,-- . fleshy, lambs confirmed being credited to American light," to cut off tho heads of, useless ing tli ft nominee ot tha party responsi- hen that hatched tho American payers of hundreds of millions of dolofficials, to abolish job made for tho ble for their wron&H and tholr bur Kaglo. lars In reserve whero they will rot aro always in demand. Medium und flyers. Fos LILLY, WHO HUNTS LIONS FOR A LIVING , - was over there and I KNO W! at the was : j t Efficient Service : x Exceptional Facilities Conservative Management cane-brnk- es To these three features we just attribute our success as bankers, and we offer them to you as an inducement to make our bank your bank. smileready doughnut MsmM ! BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. grand-childre- n. t tunate 00 Give to Your Limit! j g Station Salvation Army Service Open in Hartford, Ky. f,, ysmmsgasass, $13,000,000 for Humanity t t out-of-do- or "get-a-wa- i KENTUCKY CREAMERIES st J to-da- y. Children. Cry C ASTO R "A air-pian- os ro-po- ps well-finish- j; The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD l'KIXTIXCJ COMPANY they were positively harmful Now when tho doctors disagree what Is the poor layman going to do pending thn advent of- - prohibition? In tho matter of tho school book commission Governor lllack has an opportunity to show the people of tho state his fitness for the office he holds and tho one to which he seeks election. Tho work of the commission as appointed by Governor Stanley was so bad that citizens went Into the courts and had Its action set aside. Will the Governor now reby move the commission rebuked tho highest court In the state or the adoption again made necessary, to tho same board? It will i. tnfdfAoiinP'O nf mtp1i tlm mpnsiirp ,J' of "1C Governor a courage. re-ref- er Incorporated Editor JOHN IIRXKY THOMAS S. TIXSLEY, Asoclnto Editor yj. Mutineer. nnd Ilu-lnc- ss me STAR THEATER HARTFORD, KENTUCKY THREE SHOWS Entered according to law at the rostofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mall snatte'r of the second clnss. Address ITho FRIDAY, JULY 4th THREE SHOW all communications to Hartford Republican. M? Ji HsB EB'PniHirSwiSRwH jj KjJ mm vimJi rXft&ft SW Vtifw F7S' Efi j V fVMcblBtLsBHk IlAK J ufn ti Messenger says of tho two Owensboro remaining candidates: "If either of these two candidates can spring an Issue within the next few weeks that will appeal to the vision of the public, that will hold any hope of better, government at Frankfort than we TELEPHONES. have had in the past, that will be an 123' Cunibcrlund CO assurance of the correction of notoriFarmers Mutual ous abuses, the nomination Is his, elecJUNE 13 with a reasonable assurance of FRIDAY tion in November. But If this campaign Is to go on In the listless way it has been proceeding, the nominaANNOUNCEMENTS tion for governor and for other sta4 offices will not be worth having. authorized to announce I. Wo are School teaching is one of our S'Mason a candidate for RepresentaIt involves of Ohio county, subject to the worthiest professions. tive action of the Republican party at the responsible duty of character the primary election August 2, 1919. building and mental training, the effect of which in a large measure of the pupil announce shapes the destiny We are authorized to proper trainGeorge Baker, of Muhlenburg county through life. For the for ing of the pupil the teacher himself a candidate for the nomination years of training. With the State Senator in the 7th Senatorial needs of present meager salaries paid teacher? district, composed of the counties Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub-Jo- ct many of those best fitted for the work reto the action of the Republican turn to some employment more party at the primary election, August munerative, resulting In school work being largely left to the young and "ia- - ,.3.' inexperienced. The remedy for this JB mm J ffVV SiiiiiipiJiiHpiHSHHpHHfiiiiiHHHpHSISiiiiiiiiiiiiiW' condition is of course better pay. are authorized to announce Kentucky makes progress slowly toWe " Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg ward justly rewarding its teachers, M-jnrjy- nf -candidate for the nomiCounty, as a themselves Surpassing in Great.MmWr , and unless the teachers a Tonic for native tor State Senator in the 7th take up the matter in a methodical ness "Birth of a N Senatorial district, composed of way little relief is in sight. The remAmericanism tion" and "Intollerance." Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- edy is in a thorough organization of ties, subject to the action of the Battle Scenes on the the teachers. Every county in the YOU MUST NOT MISS Party at the primary elec- state should effect a thorough organBattlefields of France tion to be hold August 2nd., 191 J. ization and when the legislature The Sweetest Love Story Ever Told (Under Auspices of the mmw meets each send a delegate to FrankEighteen Months in the Making British War Office) We are authorized to announce fort with orders to stay until the Greenville, body adjourns or laws providing of Belcher, Newton County, a candidate adequate pay for school teaching are Muhlenburg lor the Republican Nomination for passed. Such an organization would State Senator in the 7th District, achieve its end. 1 of Butler, Ohio and Muhlenprimary MAX'S FACE CRUSHED burg counties, subject to the ,,. .. . i. I.. a in BY KICK OF HORSE ' Election to be held Saturday, August !j.v fair sum tn credits on the punish-- J Ql'AINTIE'S COLUMN. hero visiting her parents, Mr. and 2nd., 1919. rn.nt chargna .gainst h'.ti. Mrs. S. F. Riley. STRAY STREAKS ? John Goff, a farm hand workng Messrs. John and Coakley Taylor, Dear Friends: congress now sitting is earning for Ben Morris, near Renfrow, was The This is ni.'e cool wtattu'r we arc (By Fluke McFluko.) We take this opportunity to bid all Maceo, have returned homo aftor n, the commendation of the public by seriously injured in a kick by a horse, net having now, "ain't it?" Mr. Goff was our friends a fond adieu as wo retiro visit to their sister, Mrs. Howard Elits rigid practice of economy in ap- Tuesday a morning. team, and while I find lots and lots o work that in tackcloth and ashes becnuso John lis. plowing double propriations of public money. Miseries of Life While we .vlve Henry Is doing these hot days, but someleaving and wo will be forsitting on tho plow beam, resting the needs roit SALE. 'pear to be uaablo to get the old sheet out ne.t week, ever swiped off tho front pago forthIt appears now that GermaM will team, one of the horses kicked him In how or other I Just and the next and bo on, John il'inry A calk of tho to locate the inclination. with and immediately. We sure do refuse to sign the peace treaty and the face and shoulder. One large, chestnut, sorrol mnro,. will be basking in the wiles nnd white hate to lose Thomas, as ho was the 7 years old, 1C hands high, excellent horse's shoe struck him near the righ; the first of next week may iind light of the "Yaller Bank3 ' and fellow who has hitched himself some A eye, penetrating the flesh to only friend we had at tho Publican in a state of war again. filling his hull with Ohio traveler to buggy nnd gentlo for eleven t eth, steel office depth and breaking the bones con to a full that is wo mean ho promised children to drive. Will work any Rivet water, 'twixt now and July 1. ried to or Jer a fair i ltivator an.--l Re- necting his skull and nose. Also his that wo would get our pay check where and Is a good brood maro, In After refusing to put a single ound crmnil well every Sat. afternoon at 1 sharp, and Dr. Ford si.fi patch o' publican on the peace commission the collar bone was broken. the best of condition. 's thought by many peoplo horc 't on una of he's still promising no checks but democratic whine of partisanship on was called out to dress tho man's piiked and e. b. mason, happens that Frnnk Lowe, carrier on route L a mighty good promibo. tho part of a Republican senate cbmes wounds, and thinks he has a change tlise hot .i.tnnoons, K he 4Ctf Buford, Ky. I bad men go after sixty-fiv- e this will not make his round before good o go where worry about a little thing Why to recover. Mr. Goff is about with poor grace. dark next Saturday, a week hen':o. like money? a years old. Ve ought ' have, at loaet as Howard Bros., aro giving a plcn;c W. O. W. UNVEILING. Just a few moro days and it will It is repoitcd from Frankfort 'hat on Frank's route that day. ' "' ' " all be bone dry, then fcomebody will i'oernor Black has begin tuiring :W. will unveil tho monument of Sov A WORD OF GOODBYE. to give me a tip, else I tell all ereign have JUST Stanley's playhouse clown, nnd there You ought to see that new, secondHob L. Taylor, at Sunnysldo 1 know next week. is danger of the Governor 'Cemetery, Heaver Dam, Ky., on Sun hand Phord Truck Lee Sltnmerman falling timber:- crushed by the Old Fluke says "no work, no pay " day, June 22nd., 1911 at 3 p. m. With this issue I am retiring from the editorial management of the and Ad Howard are operating these Well, 1 don't like him anyway, ho Everybody cordially Invited. days. Ad often has to drive hor SovBoth houses of congress by o Hartford Republican. Since tho paper was founded, now more than thirty writes awful things; makes your fuce ereigns will meet at 1 p. in, passed measures years ago, I have been a regular contributor to Its columns, and have been clear around the court house in or- majorities m '""" der to back it up to the door, at repealing the daylight saving law the M? li0 AIex Bays he's taklne hls WARRANTS ISSUED FOR different periods Its editorial manager. After this long and pleas drugstore. Bat Nail says Ad could At last one ai three last week In October. paper and Its patrons I leave it with feelings akin fool some peoplo with the thing and Vacation now. O, that some of the KUNIHtV PERSONS piece of crazy legislation goes Into the ant association1 with the rlJ- of us had a nlce car t0 B tell it for an International or Mollne to those of one who is taking his last leave of tho old family hearthstone. discard. badly ing in and nothing to do from dayAn unusua" largo nittib;r if warit had If I consulted only my own personal pleasure I should devote tho re- Manure sprcaded, as day. him light to dark. rants were issued in Judo Cook's Major Denhart has withdrawn from among the good pooph bumfuzzled 'tothcr mainder of my life to the Republican nnd remain I'm tired of my pobltion but I guess court Friday Violating nutoiaobllo tho race for tho Democratic nominanlnt no uso to quit now so hero goes. lav.-- and facing to proline dog tags with whom 1 have spent the greater part of my life. But duty to myself TAXES DUE. tion for governor, but he stayed in Mr. Ralph Davidson, Henderson will furnish I moro remunerative tinness for th3 . tho race long enough to throw a trouble-- and dependents demand that I engage In a larger and Ky., spent tho week end hero. mo on tho staff of tho Owensboro Those for v.iom wairaut-- worn making monkey wrench into the field of work, which Is just now offered County and Common school State, Mrs. J. Ney Foster and daughtor, nnd tho charges protcinM were: Kentucky Democratic machine. Messenger. However, if I may have a few partial friends in my native coun-- t tax bills, for the present year have of Lambrook, Ark., aro visiting Mr. & N. A. Illbbs, falling to lic?nsa and I can assuro them that by the been placed in my hands for collec- Mrs. V. C. Elgin, city. who will miss mo front these columns tag dop. Tho Austria that was Is nomoro. Mr?. J R Plrtle and children havo courtesy of tho future management I shall still at least string a few "Beads." tion Cnsh is needed with which to It. A. Wedding, failing to llconso From an ompiro of 115,000 square pay running expenses. Come and returnod from an extended visit with For tho people of Hartford and Ohio county I entertnln tho hlncorest get your tax bill while it may bo nnd tag two dogs. miles of territory with a population reilltves Jn Oklahoma Carlislo Oldham, falling to glvo of 68,000,000 people it Is reduced to sontlmonts of love and good will, and to them I am Indebted for a wealth urocured at cost Miss Kathleen Turner returned warning of approach of automobllo u province of .10,000 square miles ot kindness, and I shall always regret tho necessity that removed mo from S. A. BRATCHER, yosterday fiom a visit with her fathSame, operating automobllo withwith a population of loss than sovon association with thorn. Sheriff of Ohio County er in O'boro. out llconso. Millions. Truly tho way of tho transon os Mrs. W. F .Anderson, Stubonsvlllc, For Mr. Tlnsloy, who has been my faithful and ofllclont l.ewdy Robinson, oporatlng e, gressor Is hard. Lieut. Everett Likous, n Beaver Ohio, arrived Saturday to spend a Ropubllcan, 1 entertain tho hlghost respect and good will, and find tho not his own, without chaufDam boy who is in tho aviation de month with her parents, Mr. & Mrs feur's license. 1 am laying The American people are curious pleasure in announcing that ho will assumo tho work that partment of Undo Sam's army nt s. F. Riley. Dorrls Morris, operating automoto know why President Wilson rofus-o- d down. Ills aptness for newspaper work and his years of oxporleneo In this Camp Knox, was a hnadlinor In a half Mlse Hula King, who has been bile without license. to furnish the United .States sen- field Is an ussufanee that the neper will lose nothing In purpose or Interest Louis- - tondlug school at Howling Groen, 1ms balloon ascensions at Same, falling to glvo signal on apate with a copy of thu peace trusty In my leaving it. ville,, Saturday. Llout. Likens wastrotiirne,i homo for the summer, proach of automobile. after he bad allowed a member of the my oarnoet gnttltude for the director of the operations, went Messrs. Glenn Tlusley unci Osear To the Ilosrd of Directors I acknowledge; Alex Curtla, employing unlicensed firm of J. P." Morgan ft Comiway, in the first and fourth ascensions and Bennett, who have boan In school at chauffeur. to have one In Keuerou treatment, and I am pleased to say that In my two years iu their Wall Street hanker, a height of 3,- - stato University, have arrived hum leapt from balloon at Othio Dexter nnd Diok Us possession for weeks. In Willi service no member of the Board ever offered a syllable qf criticism of my Arbu.klo. 000 feet, decended safely to earth In Mr. Wallace Itlley, Union City, falling to dlnnlay license. clotur to the oonfldeuca of the conduct of the paper, n foot I shall romombor with pleasure for a lifetime. n parchute leap. Good for our home Htreet u few days Tennessee, was iu town Henry "Pig" Addlngton, falling to President taau the senate of the Unit-. Fur Mr. Duke, the foreman, and Miss Mills, the linotype operator, I boy! . tit first of the week, lie left Wed- - tag dog. States? needay to join his wife at Dawson entertain tho warmest santlmonte of thankfttlneas for their faithful servjuo, Ah Murphy, falliug to tag dog I'OIt SALE. Springs. nt At a meeting- of the American Udd-io- and for their uniform polltonees and courtosy. Mr. and Mm. J. H. B. Carson left Rev. Walter Groep will g0 to OwTwo good farms, 70 acres each. Associatlou, held at Atlantis City, Now finally, let me any that I gave the best sorviio of which I was noeas-sar- y Monday for Dawson Springs. ensboro today to visit his parents Dr. Lambert, of Phllsdelphlu, said capable toward making tho Rupubllofln a paper worthy the eounty and town, Good dwellings, barns, other oame Rev. . Groep will proach at Valloy Davidson Miss Elizabeth buildings, orchard?, walor, on that light wines and beers wore not and npw I leava the vordlat on my lakers to those I tried to horve. homo lost Saturday from Lexington, uruvo ivjinsiian cnurch. near Owens- rural mall route. harmful to the human system, but Very sincerely yours, ooro, Sunday. He has beon called anV where she has been in sehool For particulars address aiding digestion, and rather helpful in ' J II. THOMAS. Mrs. Goorgo Lehls, Cinclnnattl, is pastor of tho Valley Grovo church HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 1tGDr. Bernard Fnutus, of Chicago, said NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ... it..- - .1..Ikhm 1ia mrt ennt to a new address must give tho old ririrrc in mnklnc the rcnuest. Duslness Locals and Notices 10c )sr line, and 5c per lino for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards of Thanks, 6c per line, money In ad- Tance. . Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, 6c per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. il' i Discussing the withdrawal of Col Denhart from tho race for the Demo-- , cratlc nomination for Governor tho MM m I mam Va M mmt I ,K The Like Has Never Been Seen Before "wviiwr Lr BBBBBBBBV -' i. -J tol-sra- M Great War I Admission $1.10, War Tax Included. -- Shows 2:00, 6:00 and 8:30. com-"pos- ed J Ei-xo- one-mul- e, nm-togetn- er thp"" " iy s t ed nuto-mobll- al Mm. Annlo Lnshhrook was In Ow- cnslioro Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Kathlyn Turner left Tor Tuoxday. Sho will bo gone Bevoral dajg ro WASH SKIRTS And Waists We are prepared; a,re you, for the hot weather that is before us? Mr. Wallace Riley, of Tenn., was of his father, Mr. John C. vfslted relatives Riley," Monday night. Mr. Gocbcl Shults at Ccntcrtown the first of tho week. Mrs. Q. C. Shanks is very sick of Tho Uttlo son of Herbert Stewart, troubles Incident to advanced age. Mrs. Shanks is 97 years old. of Ucavcr Dam, died Tuesday Rev. Walter Grccp preached to Lis congregation, at Fordsvlllo, Sunday. tho guest r A Harry May went to Madison- - at her home at Central City, Saturvlllo Saturday to visit bis brother. day night. She was a daughter-in-laof Mr-- Huldy Casebler, of this Mr. Alton May. Mr. w Mrs. Tom Casebler died of caricer, city.' ' t ft". IP, Our complete line of Ladies' Wash Skirts and Waists are ready for you. So don't put off buying,as you are sure to need them. Remember, that style mak ers say it is to be a white season. GET THE PRICES I no:SHRIJJK-E- E ') & SKIRT W Vm IS MATERIAL '. i HAS IAUNDCRCD WW tllM ... w cole wATiRstomiHANayn m will not smrinu if WITMr CARt ORDINARY li y I I White Wash Skirts.. '$1.45 White Wash Skirts.. $1.95 White Wash Skirts.. $2.95 $5.95 and up to Silk White Wash $9.95 Skirts up to g Wash Waists Others may lay great stress on some makes of Wash Waists, but our waists for $.oo have no equal. Then, our wash waists for $1.98 are beyond match for quality, style and material. Don't forget these facts,' and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money, Ikzzi(9a to-d- ay Cane Granulated Sugar and Per 100 pounds $9.90, tomorrow. Cash only. IE these prices look good enough for you, buy it. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. P" (The Hartford u. 1'ltIDAY Republican JUNE 13 $iouuqi ..no Whistling Jack has como- tlnnpnnql Moure X o and Social Euents, :: - back. Mr. Willis Heflin, of Owensboro, was hero Friday. Many farmers cut wheat and planted corn Sunday. Get your Whlppoor-wll- Peas from l W. B. ELLIS & 1IRO. Mr nnd Mrs. Clove Her went to Louisville, Sunday. Hon Lafe Hmbry, of Ualzetown, was hero Wednesday. El I'T nilll .. Mlv.-- - r. 13 ir w. 1.1.....1 .. M.y ... ii.nrt In Owensboro Monday. Mr Columbus King. Dundoo, was in Hartford Wednosday. ... r J ry. . Ilnrfnttfl Tnf. i' town Saturday. ta ln.. . Mr I S. Mason, oMIuford, was in town Friday and Saturday. ; ' boro, was in town Wednesday. Rov Frank Hartford, of Owens- - If you want to make up for lost Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Acton visited Mrs. Acton's mother, Mrs. Galen time in cultivating your crop get one Mrs. Wade Baize and children are Gentry, at Narrows, Saturday and of Blount's Ideal, riding visiting relatives at Baizetown. Sunday. cultivators. ACTON BROS. 49t2 . Mr. H. C. Acton and daughter, Miss Hartford, Ky. Miss Evolyn Fair Thomas, who has lsabell, were in town Wednesday. been attending K. S. U during the Mr. R. K. Bean and family, of paBt year, arrived home Tuesday, to Dr. II. II. Pendleton and wife, of spend vacation. Bowling Green, aro at their farm Horrln, 111., are visiting relatives near Narrows, whero Mr. Bean is here. J. P. Casebler and wife and Mr. having his wheat crop harvested. Mr. Will Schapmiro attended tho funeral Bean is in tho drug business of BowMr. Alvin Ashby, of Contertown, of Mrs. Tom Casebler, at Central ling Green. will movo with his family to Texas, City, Tuesday. soon. Acton Bro's., new brick building, On account of soino repairs being on tho southwest corner Main and Mr. Joe Wilson and daughter, Miss made on tho Interior of tho Baptist Union streets, will be completed soon, Winnie, spent Wednesday in Owens- church, services were hold at the and will bo an attractive building boro. rounding out one of tho city's most court house Sunday. public blocks. Prof. V. M. Mosley and James RogMiss Ida Hurt, of Birmingham, ers, of Greenville, were in Hartford Ala,, but formerly of Hartford, Is Mr. M. L. Heavrln has been very Tuesday. visiting Mrs. W. C. Schlommer am sick this week, of Inflaiuatlou of tho bowols. His brother, Dr. C. M. other rolatlves hero. It. L. Obonchaln and Violet PresIloavrln, of Hawosvlllo, was over to ton, both of Asklus, were married Is Wllllo Hopper and Lottyo Maddov, bqo him Monday. Mr. Heavrln yesterday. woro married at tho county court somewhat Improved at our press clerk's ofllco Saturday afternoon. hour. Oicar Bennett and Wilbur Rhoads, J ml bo Cook officiating. Stato Unlvorslty students, camo home Mr. C. I.N Rendor. wife and little this weak. and 'daughter, of Coldwntor, Tonneasea. Mm. Sherman Chamberlln little son, James Albert, of Owons-bor- have boon visiting Mr. Render's fathMr.- - Dnok Neighbors, of Dundee-spent Saturday and Sunday with er, Mr. W. P. Rendor, near Mntan-za- s. has returned from a viilt with his her sister, Mrs. Jesse Smith. They returned homo Wednesson, In (own. day. Mr. Rendor is cashier of a bank Mrs. Fred .Andorson. of Stubens-vill- at Coldwntor. Mr. Harold Holbrook loft Tuesday Ohio, and Mrs. George Leeds, for Texas, whuro ho is employed in of Clnclnnattl, aro tho guests of their Mrs. E. A .Smith and children, of tho oil fields. Red Bay, Alabama, woro tho guests parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rlloy. of Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. I am prepared to bottom your Miss Lucy Kirk, of Fordsville, camo Smith who Is Mrs. Smith's brother-in-lachairs. Bring thum to me. for tho week end. Thoy will down Saturday to spend a few days STEVE HINES, with her brother, County Attorney A visit- - other relatives while In tho couuty. (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. 49tf D.Clrk, at the Commercial Hotel. 1 o, , e, w, Mr. J. R. Phlpps made a business trip to Owensboro, Monday. Wo linvo at last iecured two more Mrs. John Holbrook and children, 0 Osborno who- have been on an extonded visit W. E. ELLIS & DUO. 49ti with rblatho at.Canelou, and other Mrs. E. S. Howard and little daugh- points in .Missouri, will arrive homo ter, are visklng Mm. Garfield Barn-'ar- tomorrow at Dundoo. The Ohio County Fair Grounds and Mm Mom Hudxcn left last week race 'track aro now In condition for for a visit with her sons In Mississip- the one days special fair July 4th. It will be a hummer, como and bring pi and Tonnessco. your family. 51t2 Mrs. Howard Kills and baby rePOFor big type, registered, turned Sunday from a visit with he-- , LAND CHINA and DUROC-JERSEparents, ut Maceo. hogs for breeding purposes write or JOHN W. PIERCE, Mrs. Joff Wilson, of Pontlac, Miss., call Horse Branch, Ky. is tho guest of her parents, Ilev. and. Mrs. It. D. Dennett. You will meet your old friends and Mr John Taylor, of Maceo, came renew old acquaintances at the Fair, up Sunday for a visit with his sister, July 4th. Come out and enjoy In dependence day at the Ohio County Mrs. Howard Ellis. ,. Fair Grounds. Clt2 Mr. Jesse Casebler, who has been In Mr. It. B. Martin nnd wife and Alabama for several months, arrived In Hartford Tuesday. daughter, Miss Maurlnc, were guests of Mrs. Martins' parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Patton, of Deda, Mrs. D. F Fleener, of Cromwell, Satj left Monday for Florida, whero they urday and Sunday. will spend the summer. A BIG PICNIC will be given at BalMessrs. Will Fair, It. R. Itlley, timore, 1 mile west of Horton, SaturHarvc Sherfleld and Cleve Acton were day, Juno 2Sth. Come, bring the ladies and kiddles. in Owensboro, Tuesday. 51t2 HOWARD BROS. The best place to get your RefrigThe usual Saturday afternoon erators, Ico Boxes and Cream Freez- crowd was not in evidence In HartACTON DItOS. crs is at ford Saturday. The people were in Attorney Otto Martin was in Chi- - the corn and wheat fields, making hay while the sun shone. IUU IMSk Ui U1U WfUA, IUJWU j CtfU depositions in a lawsuit. Inspect our llneof furniture before Charlie Foster arrived home Sat- you buy. Our motto Is quick sales urday from Europe, whero he had and small profits, which means money to both purchaser and seller. been in the military service. ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Durns returned Mr. J. H. Thomas will go to NarSunday from a visit with relatives at rows Saturday to visit his daughter, Whltesville and Owensboro. Mrs. C. C. Park. He will go to OwMr. Glenn Tlnsley, who has been ensboro Monday to enter the service attending Stato University, at Lex- of the Qwgnsboro Messenger. ington, arrived home Saturday. Should we not have Just what you Mr. Dave Maddox and family, of want In furniture, whether It be in Deaver Dam, were guests of Mr. L. wood, Iron or brass, we will get it for you on short notice. Tell us 'your D. Tichenor nnd mother, Sunday. needs. ILER'S GROCERY. One three years old, jersey milk Juicy barbecued Nice, cow for sale. Mutton See brings more pleasure in eating than LOUIS RILEY, it does to talk about. Hartford, Ky. It will be served with the old fashioned dinner Sli Miss Elizabeth Davidson returned at the Fair Grounds, July 4th. homo Friday from Lexington, where Mi;a Edna Jandebour, of Evans-vin- e, she had eben attending State Univerwho has been tho guest of Miss sity. Gertrude Scblemmer, has returned Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Carson left home. Miss Jandebeur made many Sunday for Dawson Springs, where friends wfllle visiting In Hartford. they will be for ten days or two Mrs, Nannie Duvall, of Owensboro, weeks. after spending two weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. Delmer James, of sister, Mrs. Steve May here, went to Franklin, Tenn., aro guests of Mrs. Madisonville Saturday, where she will James' parents, Judge and Mrs. Mack visit relatives before returning to her home. Cook. 10-1Disk-HarrowY Hit j ; ' i ' ' ' lf' IMft ;'T wliS lm" fr vsSBWj i ":'l!iiMwl l" i THE NATIONAL SUMMER SUIT FOR MEN No need to feel like "the last rose of summer" in the Garden of Miseiy, just because the day is sultry or scorching. Beat the heat in a "Keep-KooSummer Suit of Palm Beach Cloth or It sheds every needless ounce of weight, but retains every ounce of style. The Waist-SeaModel is a very prepossessing model for young men or older men who have stopped counting their birthdays. Our Straw and Panama Hats are going big this spring, the price is right. Gome in and see them. The National Summer Suit of Season and Reason is "Kool-Krash- ." m "KEEP-KOOL- ." FOR SALE BY Carson &ftAfiftftftft (Si &&i Co. Hartford, Ky. SLve ft T. c .jk.i. i Morvey 1.-J: & b c J You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitable to be old and poor. Bank your money, save your money, and provide against misfortune and the day of old age. c c c ? c l BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. i & c I c tfW?W55?WSW5 WWZWWWVWW Rev. II. C Truman, of Fordsvlllo, was hero tho first of tho week. Ho went to Owensboro Tuesday morning, whoro ho will assist Rev. Brandon-burpastor of tho Fordsvlllo Bapchurch, In tho conduct of a protist tracted mooting In Seven Hills. g, William Stofpr, who recently In tho United Statos arr..y &enico in Franco, passed through y to his Hartford Tuesday on his iwuiu' at Taffy. He was In the regu-lu- r army, had served flvo yaxn ami is now discharged. Tbls is hU !irt li'.p home sluoe he enlisted In tho ". sr-n- ar-ilv- od The report of the onglneers who went over tho Ohio county section of the OwensboiorBowlliig Green post road is in tho hands of commissioner wiiov. who Is expected to forward ooet estimates to Judgo Cook within a few days. It is probable the oot of building tho road will be greater than formerly estimated, and several thousand doliarss auuiuouai inuuoy will havo to bo rull. A traveling aalaamau, out of Evunt. vlllo, who makot) his territory in a, cur, camo Into Dr. Tappnn's pluae gf buslnoes Tuesday and asked for soino films. Ho said ho wanted to make some pictures of Ohio county roads to show the manager W his company, as anexcuso for' his slow work lit tha county. r. i The Life of John Buckley. pomp tlint tho "Life Story of John Buckley," edited hy the J. O. Huck-mastof the South Kensington museum, London, wns rrnlly the story of Its editor's life. It wns one of tho hooks of Its Fcnson In 1007, one of the hot hits of blogrnphy we hnvo In fnct, nnd T nm not surprised to find thnt the question of Its nuthorshlp 1ms hohhed up once again In the old country. well-know- n It was nnclont history to DIRECTORY CIBCUIT COUBT. BKAVKH DAM. cr Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- ford. Clerk A, C. Tortcr, Hartford. Otto C. Mar.Muster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. K. Stevens. FOBBSVIIiLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. KcsBlnger. Marshal Grant Pollnrd. J , j Hartford. TO! -- SMOsiNG THE SMOOTHEST Primitive Methods of Farming. Centrnl America many primitive nprlcultural Implements nro still The native farmer still uses h n plow with n crooked pointed with Iron. The objection to plow Is thnt tho modern one linml Is needed for guiding tho s hence the Introduction Into plow of n trial modern-stylt with one handle. Tn tree-brancd mil-mnl- s, lion-darno "- 'T'IME given the right chance puts character in a man's face, horse-sens- e under his hat, and mel- ilow fren'liness into his tobacco. yfr Ears Continue Growing. that throughout one's lifetime one's ears continue to grow s Tho enrs of n girl, ndmlred for their small Mze, nro fairly larpe by the time she has reached middle ape. In old ape they may be larger. In any company of people one may notice that It Is the elders who have tho blp cars. In the very old they are overgrown. Boston Globe. It Is said big-pe- r. per-Imp- c big factor in giving Velvet Tobacco its mildness and "character." Time is a - Velvet ages for two whole years in wooden hogsheads. During this That Strict Confidence. (and who We were listening wouldn't?) to two women talking at each other on a Fifth avenue btw In the more or los buy city of Gotham, nnd In so doing we heard one of the mater paradoxes. One woman said to "Why. she told me In the other: Mrlctost confidence only tho other day "New York Sun. r.r.wAiti) rem I lost a hand May 7th, between long period the choice Burley leaves take on a kindly quality of coolness, a rich fra taste" that grance young. lost oitir. g.lp on or about appeals to pipe smokers old and !y- jK Morg.tntown and Boavor Dam. containing clothes of my little girl, Gladys Hunt, 8 yonrs old. Anyone finding Hamo please return to mo at Morgantown or Commercial Hotel at Heaver Dam, Ky. 1 will give a reasonable reward. C. A. HUNT, Morgantown, Ky. MASTRIt rOMMISSIOXKK'S C. W. Taylor, Guardian, lBt Monday In March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. 1st Monday In July 12 days County Boaid of Education. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday In September Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 13 days W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No.' f Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. Div. No 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUHT. Ky. Meets first Monday In each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno. Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Ulankenehlp. er Dam, Ky. ShciIlT S. A. Bratchcr. Dlv. No. C Nat Dudley, Center-tow- n, Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tichonor. Time of Mcotlng 1st Monday Id Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Monday In April; 1st February; Sunejor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Au- Coroner E. P. Bodgers. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st Monday In December. FISCAL COURT. County Hoard of Examiners 1019 Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Show.n, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Kouto 3. Hartford, Uiitl District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllp. er Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 3rd District G. W. 4th District Bowe, Center-tow- Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. May 10 and 17 County teachors nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- examination. (White) Hartford. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' !th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colorod) Hartford B. F. Bice. Fordsvllle. 7th District June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato 8th District B. C. Bhoades, Hart teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Bouto 5. vllle. Juno, 27 and 2S County and HAHTIOBD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. 20. lt y n. n. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. BOCKPOBT. Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. Hartford. July, Hartford. Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute, Sept., 19 nnd 20 County nnd Stato toncliors' examination, (white) Sept 2C and 27 County and Stato eacliers' examination (colored) Hartford. SI walk into the next store and lay down a dime and a nickel and say "VELVET" the tobacco that isn't harsh but is friendly. Don't hurry, but just SAIX Roll a.VELVET Cigarette mbsb JOINT SESSION The K. IJ. A. And K. l Together June Ufltli. A. "Will Meet conference, however, not above sus- son known to medical science. Made by J. C. Mondehall, 40 picion of Intrigue along the old lines," as imbbmbb BBsaws 40 For The Blood" an candor and plain talking. That's son. "Number the best how tho admirers of tho British old doctoi's prescription, premier sum up his work at the peace treatment for all forms of blood poi1 ii2wp; years Tho big event of the K. E. A. this year Is the joint session on Thursday evening June 2Cth of the Kentucky Educational Association and tho Kentucky I'ress Association. It will bo tho first time that the teachers and editors have met together. These two organizations represent greater power than any others in the State, and their coming togother on June 26th means that they are In earnest problems about tho reconstruction which face us and will pull together to accomplish the tasks they see ahead. - CHINA'S OFFICIAL FAMILY IIESICVS Vokin, Juno 14. In consequence of difficulties created by tho popular memmovement against bers of the government, tho cabinet haB resigned and President Hsu Shin Chung has also intimated his inton- tlon to quit office. It is anticipated that parllment will docllnc to accept tho president's res-- , lgnation. This would amount virtu-- 1 ally to a vote of confidence In the chief oxecutlVH, who is needed to strengthen his hand In his fight against tho militarists. Strikes throughout tho country Itallroad traffic Is being continue. impodod nnd the situation in China is nwkward. Wr. Hoinobody Thin tea subnti-lutu'tho wonrt dope 1 over tasted. "Who racommonded it to uu so highly? lilt Wife It was a correspondent In the LuditM' Confident who signs tin Hani a "Adv." Washington Stur. M "He hae fishing on the brain." "Planing tackle, you uieuu. I have warn him when hie brain reeled.' Boston Transcript. CULIMT I.I.OYI) CKOIKlIt FOB "Ol'KN lUI'I.OMACY" London, June L'ruud conciliator, - II, Lloyd George, chief exponent of Children that aro affected by worms aro pale and blckly and lia:ng." ' So does mine. "Hip pockets?" asked the tailor. ble to contract somo fatal disease Just now I can't "Naw," growled the customer. 'The White's Cream Vermifuge e.pels get her to patch up a quarrel. even country's going dry, what's tho use." worms promptly and puts tho child Boston Transcript. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. 1 on tho road to hoalth. Prico 30c per Bobby Are jou U.e trained bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug o can fool GIbbs I tell you, mother 6ald wa3 coming? Co. in Nurse Yes dear. F'lt the tralnoU my wifo. Dlbbs Then how did you get her? nurse. MASTKIt rOMMISSIOXEK'S SALE. Los Angeles Times. Bobby Let's se- - you do somo of a Sarah J. YInoyard, Plaintiff, your i ricks. Fort CiAwio Post. Ys. You practised Patriotic Thrift Duro MIzellu Baize, et al , Defendants. is do slncerest flattery," ing tho War. Aro You Going To "Imitation By virturo of a judgement and or-dsaid Uncle Ebon, "but when it's car- Practice Personal Thrift In Peaco of s.ilo ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, ried too fur It's do samo kind of a TImas?Thrift Requires Determination entered at Its March torm, 1919, in tho abovo styled uctlon for tho pur compllmont a burglar pays you when but pays Dividends. pose of paying tho clnlms of the plain- ho takes a llkin' to yon watch." tin, amounting to 22. IB, the costs ot KKJMXC OF THKATV Washington Star. this action and sale nnd the divisBY JULY 1 m ion of tho balance of tho proceeds among tho parties entitled thoroto. On a recent church bulletin tho I Parls, Juno 10. Tho signing of to will offer for sale at public outcry pastor's thomo for tho following Suntho highest and best bidder, at Thing in tho peace treaty by Germany beforo tho Court House dorr, In Hartford, day was "What is tho Worst vaKentucky, on Monday, tho 7th day the World?" unnounceil In large typo, July, and Its ratification by tho 12 1919, and following in much tho samp type rious Parliaments beforo August 1 Is ot July, noon, at about tho hour of six upon a credit of y by tho Echo do Paris. o'clock "Singing by our Quartette Morning predicted and twolvo months, the following deTho Vonnont Ad- It expects the answer to the Gormai) scribed roal estate, situated In Ohio and Evening." counter proposals to be handed ovor county, Kentucky, on tho wators of vance. piobably on Friday. Tho eourso of Muddy creek, and bounded as follows Being the same owned and tho aormans, It thinks, will bo to "10" HAS CONQl'KIUCD hold by W. 11. Stewart, his grantors the Schuldemauu (ivernment by and tho successors for more than BLOOD I'OISOX present Govern- foity years by paying taxes on same another in case tho Scrofulous eruptions, pimples on ment determines not to sign tho terms and actually reading on same a and claiming possession of same to woll the face are both annoying and dis- us the Alllos finally present them. doflned and marked boundary, which mucous Sores, uloem, figuring. holding was adverse to the world for I could die In some moro than forty years next to and Pout I wish putchos, copper colorod spots, glanduJanuary, before tho 20th day lar swelling, inflamed oyellds, wast- (primeval forest with the falling au and since line been soofowned and 1902 held ing of tho muscles, constipation, a tumn leaves my only blor. by his widows and heirs at law, is Girl Just like a nut. Washing- bounded and described as follows: of dyspepsia and stomach trouform Beginning at tho mouth of a ble can all be the result of blood pol- - ton Star. "But a druggist, Evansville, Ind. Sold by says the Pall Mall Gosette. gradually with frankness and candor Ohio County Drug Company. Mr. Lloyd George eliminated the danvisitor iiave juu u iiajiu auu mu-mger and everything has Justified his in full." And never a lino of attitude Little Girl I should say so. I'vo credit to Wilson as champion of open had three papas by my first mama diplomacy. and two mamas by my second papa. am "How dd you ever get your mus- Judge. tache into this condition?" asked 1 10 "1 am particularly liable to seasickbarber. "Guess I'll have to take it ness.," said a young naval recruit to off." "All right. I trlot1 to steal a kiss the officer in charge. "Could you from a girl who was chewing gu.n " tell me what to do in case of an attack?" Kansas City Journal. " "fain't necessary, my boy," re".My wifo hates darning and mend. plied the officer; "you'll do it." n? Ohio Circuit Court. Plaintiff. Ys; Notice of Sale. Unn J. Taylor, et al , Defendants. By virture of a Judgement and order of the Ohio Circuit Court entered at its .May term. 1919, in the above styled action directing me to sell the uithin described property for the purpose 4f dividing the proceeds among Mie parties entitled thereto and iho costs of this action and cost of thift sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and be' bidder at the Court House door in on Mondn. Hartford, Kentucky, July 7th.. 1U10 at about the hour ot 12 o'clock noon, (It being reguljr ounty court day) upon u credit of six .ind twelve months the following described real estate, situated in Ohio county, Ky , and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in Levi Taylor's line 112 Vi poles to a stake in said Levi Taylor's North East corner; thenco west 112Vi poles to a stake in said Levi Taylor's line; thence North 2Su poles to a stake In John Brown's line; thence East 112'4 poles to n stake at Geo. W Leach's North West corner; thence South 283 poles to the beginning, containing 200 acres, more or less. The purchaser will be required to oxecnte bonds immediately after sale in equal installments due in six und twelve months, hearing G per cent interest, said bonds to have the force and effect of a Judgement, and to be approved by the Commissioner, and a lion will be retained as additional security on tho laud herein sold. Given under my hand this the 1 1th day of Juno, 1910. OTTO C. MAUTIN, Master Commissioner. 51t3 H. P. Taylor, Attorney. q TTTwssxm; Get rr and the WasteWfWJSi s. wa Gcnu'inLg&((v? Avoid sj - sumsu ry FHrf?! I stVfcPI I T Lasln tA .i. t.iv- - Economy rt.vi.y' Every Cokc Cj '"Hs. J when evsryn! " I In t.:.?L poktra'.icn and f.tr.ale veaknesse they arc the sup-eai thousands have testified, m '" j I dJa Mothers m irxo FOB JCIDNCYJ-IVE- R AND STOMACH TROUBLE ever cold it u tin best c over a druggls 'a counter. I fTM" vermmra For the Children A Safe, V.j1ipfjTrV pEvcry Woiuau IVmi??! y&Lr f uzeMWW&8EA JIPBL FOR PFRiidMAl uvnewe Diiiolvcd In water for douches itop pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflammation Recommended by Lydia . rinl.ham Med. Co. for ten jrars. A healing ivonder for nanl catarrh, ore thront and tore oye Economical. Hu eltnotrflMry rlcumi ;id tfTrjjjl r.ir. SnnJ. Remedy for Worms thr Irft4 ttellrnciiiiaj UlEY'b VKKMUTCIK CaD o!Ur Kcrpa bottle alwaM nu hand. It will hjikippUie Ultitf out 25e. a UiUlo at your Urufr-Clor L'Fuer.tl itoret or if your dealer ran't upply jou end hit imine and 23c. tn stamp and we'll tnd you a Untie promptly. FcTf nun u ntf fWe If) rarV rnntlna our:Mrr., 5t. m,mu. TIFltooTo3tC-4ninYU . jou. u.ri tVtii. hftrn. rr Lyl tiappaud htaUlij. Ipfl USE L! V-VE- R-L AX t y E. & s. FREY MD. BALTIMORE For Lazjr Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay c8 from work for days by taking- - calomei when pleasant Llv- - Ver-L- o keeps yoa on your feet, while reliovingyourtrou,lH lc. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don! take anything else. Vou enn't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses uy tern ami relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, naturalln itsnetions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It Won't bo long beforo Lie. Vc-La- x will completely displace calomel m ever hornet Children can take it freely an5 with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c nnd 1 in bottles, Nona Benuino without tho likenesa and sipu.-yturo of L. K, Grigaby, For sale a lUUlAftlri rtrtror4 f i no-on- or on the south sldo of Muddy creek, corner with Jnck Miller, nnd running thence Eoutheasternly course with said Miller's lino to his corner with Henry Her, from thenco and easterly eourso with Her to ono of Ilor's corners; from thenco nortn with Ilor's line to another of hU corners; thenco easterly with another ot bald ller's linos to another uu of his corners; thence In southoruly courbo to Ilor's corner with Jarnn-glthonce with Jamnglu's lino to his cornor with J. C. Leach, and from thonce with J. C, Leach's lino to his cornor to Muddy creek; thomo to tho .Muddy creek to the begluni ig, containing 130 acres, more or less. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond Immediately after sale with security to bo accepted by the Commissioner, payable In six nnd tuHvo mouths and a leln will he rotaiued as additional .security. Glvun undor my hand ua commls-hlonat tho Ohio Circuit Court, thf the 11th day ot Juno, 1919, n; or branch by J WILL YOU TAKE OUR . 5 ltll OTTO C. MAUTIN, Woodward & (Bonn, Attorneys. Commissioner, Kirk, Taylor an && 1 GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment CASTORlA For Infants and Children f33L3Miv i.n:Bi rr tm As ti fCSJ (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION) A quick telle! for that tired, run down fetllne, couGbi, palm lu clictl. olelil iwealt, hemor lhatci, wak tunci or contumpllon. If it doc do! help you it cotti you ootklcl. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of FOR ONE MONTH SmTU80. the . fetf OHIO MEDICAL CO, fcv IY puro-brc- d calvoH for memhorn of the 4 boys' calf club. Tho bankers and tho school board will hack tho proposition to holp tho hoys got a start in Cattle llloiitlnji CiiiihimI Ily Killing mado through tho skin with a small cattlo raising. knife, and then tho trocar with canula .Stolon (Ireont. attached may ho pushed through tho Thoy Cunnol Tho "Has" In Kansas. Tho trocar Is With tho approach of tho soason at cut Into tho paunch 4,386 Kansas hny.i and girls, then removed, allowing tho gas to strong, enrolled last year In clubs orwhich bloating of cattlo frequently thu Ilurcau of Animal Industry oscapo through tho canula. Tho can- ganized to conserve surplus fruits of tho United States Department of ula should bo retained in placo so I aim vegiuauiuH. niu renuii was un,- .Agriculture- - calls attention to tho long ns nny gas escapes through It. 910 quarts of canned food products principal cnusos of tho troublo and al-- o Sometimes several hours are neces- and 31,0 no quarts of Jolly. Tho the means by which It may he sary, and tho canula should be firm- - total estimate valuation was $268,-555.8- 0. avoided. Many a cow has como to ly tied In placo. An attendant should Tho nmount would havo an untimely end because- - sho become! remain near the animal, If possible been larger but for tho dry summer dissatisfied with tho scanty feed to bo so long as the canula Is In the paunch. and tho consequent shortage of frult3 Mcillrlnt-That Itellcto ItloatliiK. .gathered from tho closely crop-fe- d and vegetables in tho State. Theso If tho animal is not distressed by clubs for young people wore organizIiasturo, broko down the fenco that surrounded n Mold containing a more tho bloating, and the swelling of tho ed cooperatively by the United States luxuriant growth, and stuffed herself body is not great, or when tho nlarm-wlt- h Department of Agriculture and iho tho luscious, stolen greens, until Ing conditions havo been removed by Kansas Stato Agricultural College. alio lost all dcslro for evou another tho uso of tho trocar ,lt is best to ro- - AU Kansas is behind the work that sort to Internal medicine to allay the the boys and girls are doing in tho inouthftil. Fermenlurinuiiuu 01 gas. i wo ounces "'clubs. This spring the Kansas Hank Soon hor troubles begin. tation develops In the mass of corn , aromatic spirits of amonia In 2 qts., ers' Association paid (he expenses of .. or clover, and gas forms that fills 'of .cold water should bo given every 15 club members State project wintho first stomach of tho cow to Its 'half hour, or half an ounce of chlo- - ners of 1918 to the "Farm and ride of llmo dissolved In a pint of Home Week" held at tho Agricultural utmnst capacity. topld water may be given every half College, Manhattan. (.'iiiim's Death Ilnw Tho danger of the nnlinal from hour until, tho pressure of the bloatncute bloating is not that tho distend- ing has been removed. A dose of Slow baking of Inexpensive cako ed stomach may rupturo, for such an purgative medicine Is usually bene- mode with one or two eggs will proTho ficial after tho bloating has disap- duce cakes of larger volume and finer accident Is almost unknown. pressure of tho stomach peared. 1'or this purpose 1 pound texture, say exports in tho Home exerts a dangerous pressure upon tho of Glauber's halts will usually prove Economic Kitchen of the Department heart and lungs, with tho result that effective. Uako loaf cakes of of Agriculture. Care should be used in tho admln- - this typo ono hour. animals dvlni: from actito bloating iisnullv die of stranculatlon throuch lsterntion of fluid medicines. Take inability to breatho with their com- time. Do not hold tho cow's head Companionship, good times, and a too high. Keeping tho animal's head chance to make money aro the three pressed lung tissue guard raised ho that hor nose Is .slightly things a country boy or girl looks Tho stock owner Bhould against the bloating of his cattlo by higher than the level of her face will forward to finding in tho city. Club every precaution at hi) command. allow her to swallow without work provides them in tho country. Clover or other green vegetables, If oaten when wet by dew or rain, seem True economy in tho preparation of Grading potatoes for market in- meals for the family lies not only in to bo especially liable to ferment before leaving the first stomach of tho creases the possibilities for sales and buying wisely but also In making nnlinal that has fed upon them. Hat- raises tho price received. Keep the tho fullest posslblo use of what Is ing excessive amounts of middlings culls on the farm and save the cost bought. or corn meal will also cause bloating. of hauling. It also occurs In cattlo as a result Sine All The Grain. It is not necessary to build of becoming choked. Tho principal Under average conditions tho loss they of grain during harvest is far greater houses, but cause, however, is overeating succu- pensive lent green forage, such as clover, should bo servlcable. fairly roomy, than ,3 geileraIly 8Uppose(i by the lighted, and well ventilated with- - jcrag0 farmcp green corn or cabbage. 1oor work n the part out drafts. Clnnigo Feed Cradually of tho binder, shattering during shocking and hauling, faulty work of To prevent bloating In cattle, tho animals should be shifted by easy I tetter llwf (Jatllo Kcplucc Scrubs. the separator; and minor losses at the INCORPORATED Iletter beef cattlo arc replacing machlno result in a wasto of millions stages, from dry or scanty feed to v vnnr With n QUU. ...... u iriifii abundant and luxuriantly growing scrubs In many parts of tho South rif liltulinlQ w uuu.au.u jwta. fodder Thoy may bo allowed to and aro paving tho way for tho future janteed price every farmer is offered k feed from the good forage for only prosperity of the industtryjan Incentive to reduce such losses to of an hour on tho first In that section. An example of such a minimum this season. See that the day they aro given access to such progress Is reported by agricultural binder Is in good working order, ' A full hour may be allow- agent of McCormick county, S. C.1 handle tho bundles carefully, using grazing I n nn n. . .t.o-,,.ed on tho second day, and by con- Since December 1. 75 hn.iil nf lireeil. i tlilit rinnv . tinued slow steps and gradually Ing animals havo been placed on in hauling, and a demand by tho KILL TO STOP OUTRAGES. of government now secured to citilengthened stay In the tempting feed, farms in this county, largely through farmer that the separator do efficient zens of the United States by tho conthu danger of Ions from bloating will tho otforts of ngonts, and there Is' work v ill sae many dollars worth of Washington, Juno 16. As the re- stitutions of tho United States and tho evory prospect that other farmers grain as well as aid to tho pockctbook be largely overcome several States is declared unlawful. Ap- - of the farmer. Hut In case tho first ovldoncc of a will start In the beef Industry. sult of bomb outrages menacing the Organizations having as their object stay In the heavy parontly, the agent reports, the time too protracted government of the United States, Sen- the overthrow of the government by growth of forage should be that the is not far distant when McCormick Suiiriouci-- Good Sllngc, Montana Uu ator Harry Now, of Indiana, hasTii-troduce- d any means Is also declared unlawful. owner notices one of his animal with county win nave good cattlo grazreaUH Kind. a bill in tho Senate to deal Any personconvicted for violation of slde.i distended, and perhnps oven ing on excellent pasture land along Montana farm bureaus carried on with the "reds" with tho utmost se- theso provisions of the bill are under lifted above the lovol of the backbone, tho rivors. .More pigs also are be- numerous crop demonstrations last verity. its provision to be fined $5,000 or he must act quickly. Removal of the ing raised in the county, as the agent year and did notable work with tamo Under tho bill it is provided that imprisoned for five years or both. gas from the paunch will quickly reports that he finds good brood tows sunflowers as a silage crop. Suntho display, exhibition or appearance is and Utters of flno pigs on many farms flowers under dry-lan- d If a veterinarian bring relief conditions of a red flag, red banner or red emwithin reach ho should bo summoned where threo years ago tho owners made an averago return of 10.25 tons blem, or a If you havo the Itch, don't scratch. flag, banner or emCardui, the woman's at once If no surgeon is avallablo in tho spring bought pigs from which of silage au acre, and under irrigated blem at anyblack meeting or parade, held It does not cure tho trouble and tonic, helped Mrs. Wilto make their meat In the fall. thu owner should Immediately conditions 29 tons an aero. These for tho purpose of political discussion makes the skin bleed. Apply Balliam Evcrsole, of Hazel to bring relief to his animal. demonstrations showed that sunflow- is declared unlawful. The display of lard's Snow Liniment. Rub It In Patch, Ky. Read what Poultry Profitable Sideline Trocar and Method of Uto ers yield almost three times tho ton- any such flag, banner, or emblem in gently on tho affected parts. It reshe writes: "I had a A not return of nearly $300 In two nage of corn under similar conditions. Many cattlo owners keep a trocar flag lievos itching instantly and a few apbreaking-dow- n general months from a sideline This kind of feed is particularly connection with the American and canula constantly on hand and and one-haof my health. I was in The advo- plications removes tho cause thus on tho farm Is tho record made by adapted to high valloys which do not Is also declared unlawful. thoroughly understand Its use. Tho cacy by speech or writing of the over performing a permanent euro. Price bed for weeks, unable to rod provid- an Arizona poultry raiser, who Is car- produce abundant com. Tho quality trocar Is a sharp-pointe- d - 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold get up. I had such a rying on his operations under tho of tho sunflower silage has been dem- throw by vlolenco or any other unlawed with a metallic sheath or conula weakness and dizziness, m ful means of tho representative form by Ohio County Drug Co. which leaves tho point of tho trocar direction of a poultry extension ex- onstrated to bo good. . . . and the pains were exposed. Tho spot to be selected for port of- tho United States Departvery severe. A friend In connection iusertiug tho trocar is a point equally ment of Agriculture. More Interest in Raisin-- ; Sheep. told me I had tried everyfrom tho last rib, tho hip with his goneral farm work ho kept a distant As a result of high prices of wool thing else, why not bone, and tho lateral bony projections flock of 210 hens, which produced an and mutton and tho value of sheep as I did, and Cardui? from tho spino In tho region of tho average of 10 dozen eggs during the weed and wasto utilizers, western ir soon saw it was helping thrco-fourtfour winter months. During Febru- rigation farmers aro keeping more loins. Hero a small cut about me . . . After 12 bottles, of au tyich long should bo ary tho eggs brought an average o and larger flocks This is shown by I am strong and well." 55 cents a dozen, or approximately reports to tho United States Depart- $150, while- tho feed bill amounted j mont of Agriculture.' As a rule these TAKE to $50. Tho following month the farm nocks aro of good breeding, flock showed a profit of a llttlo over Kiany consisting of pure-bre- d animals, $100. During the first halt of April their owners making a speciality of tho gross receipts were $97.50. In selling puro-bre- d ram lambs to rango-countApril thu extension specialist stockmen, who do not cd a culling demonstration on this brooding stock from year to 'Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been farm and weeded 56 lions from the year. . Several projects aro now operiansa for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of flock. Tho cullod hens wero kept In ating wool pools, tho main function of and has been made Under his per- a sepnrato pen for a week following which 13 to concentrate tho wool In 60nal supervision since its infancy. tho demonstration and made pract- large quantities and dovelop keener auovj. no one t0 deceive vou in this. Tonic ically no returns In egg yields. This competition among buyers. CombiAll Counterfeits, Imitations and are but indicates, tho specialist says, that the nation also favors grading and bet "Hte"! .experiments that mile with and endanger the health of Do you feel weak, diz .romnlulng 154 hens probably mado tor classifying of wool and allows a! Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. zy, worn-ou- t? Is your tho record with which tho entire 210 small producer to roallzo greater hud been credited. g lack cf good health caused profits from his from any of the comCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, A practical way to provide storage Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. plaints so common to It contains .facilities easily avallablo to the proneither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its women? Then why not How's ducer Is to form farmers' cooporatlvo age is ita guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward give Cardui a trial? It organizations fur building and operatVeen in constant uso for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, for nny cano of Catarrh that cannot be and Sickhcadaches should surely do for you cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. ing warehouses. "Wind Coiic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Hall's Catarrh Medicine lias been taken often caused by Constipawhat it has done for so by catarrh uuitVrurs for the past thirty-fiv- o therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids years, and Ins beroms known as the Pushing Campaign. many thousands of other the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. tion. Hunkors are cooperatulg with tho most rollabl remedy for Catarrh. Hall's The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Catarrh Mcdiclno nct thru tho Blood on women who suffered it agricultural agent in Jefferson Davis the Mucous surfaces, expelling tho n should belp you back to from the Blood and healing tho dis"own-a-cocamParish, La., In an eased portions. health. I paign. Tho bankers aro financing After you havo taken Hall's Catirrh tho farmers, and tho agent is prouch- - Medicine for a short tlmo you will neo u Ask some lady friend ( Improvement your KeneroJ In Kroat jBears the Signatui In health. Start taking Hill's Catarrh Medi, lug the gospel of bettor Jive stock. who has taken Cardui. at once and the fall of 1918 he bought five car- - cine testimonials, get rid of catarrh. Send She wL'J tell you how it foi free. j loads, 160 head, including 5 register F J. CIIKNEV & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. M XVW V --Mm m mmmi helped her. Try Cardui. Mr Sold by all DrufmlR'a. 75c. ed bulls, of puro-bre- d llolstelns from 6-ecyZ''&&Wisconsin. These dairy animals AD easy to take and cause wero widely distributed among tho A regular morning operation of are farmers, one or two head going to the bowels puts you in flno shape for a normal and easy action each owner. So pleased havo beeu the day's work. It you miss it you the owners of these pure breds that fool uucomtortablo and cannot put of the bowels. tho agent Is already taking orders vim into your movements. For all Kind You Have AT ALL DRUGGISTS from others. It is probable that sev- bowol Irregularities Uorbiue is tho 4K CKNTAUR COMPANV. IKW VO.K OtTV. eral uddltional carloads of such cattlo remedy. It purines, strengthens and MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. will bo purchased next fall, tho agent regulates, l'rico 60c, Sold by Ohio reports, together with ubout 200 County Drug Co. TUB UEiUUUCAX $1.30 A VKA1 m FARM DEPARTMENT. oc-cur- H, SEE US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In If You s fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN" STOCK. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE av-w- cll Hartford Printing Company i , ni-flrw.-u- live-stoc- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY throe-quarte- rs .,.. . i Helps Sick Women pt lf - Children Cry for Fletcher's ... ry GA s7 tijcAZTj- The Woman's Just-as-goo- d" ! sheep-farmin- What is CASTOR JA "Dizzy Spells I This? are Oun-n-Co- Pol-co- GENUINE CASTOR A r W ALWAYS M w4i Druggists In Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought The I MHMtMMMMMitltititltMtMMM,ww"Jl LEGION FILES ITS ARTICLES Stato Veterans' Body Rocoivos Charter; Movement Is Formally Launchod Delco-Ligl- it to The I Brings City Conveniences A big new discovery in cigarette blending Tho big thing about Chesterfields is their .unique blend The Chesterfield blend is an entirely new combination of tobaccos. Itisamost xs; hio. IT lonlsviilc, ICy., Juno 8 (Special) Willi (he tiling in tliis city of Article Legion of Kentucky, tho first forum! top in the formation of n great of veteran of the world war it this slnto un.s taken. At tho same time, Judge Ilonry Dollavou .Moor- man, Temporary Coinni.indor, follow- .ug a mooting of the Slnto Executive ns.so-Natio- n Country Home il I u Incorporation of The American important development in cigarette making. As a result, Chesterfields deliver a new kind just like a "bite" of cigarette enjoyment before bedtime when you're hungry they SATISFY! It took the finest selections of TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos and no end of skill and patient experiment to get this blend fight Was it worth it? Say just smoke a Chesterfield fresh from the '.moisture -- proof package. You'll say it was wprth it, all right! ?Ti I I canlzors and veterans belonging to the temporary organizations, or to any orher veterans on request. Howout. ht the formation of posts will not necos- Kirlly uwalt this Information, ns any iiiu-fi- i vuicrnns, eiigiuie to mourner- Delco-Lig- ht lilp under the constitution adopted ut I 'be St. Louis Nntlonul Caucus Inst Month, may band thoinsohcs together With electric light and power saving time each j by signing tho approved form and thereby apply to the Temporary Con-- ' day, more productive work can be done. Work at Domestic tobaccos Turkish I in..nder for a Charter, to be Issued night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with I under special nutliorlt'y received jes-- J convenient electric lights turning night into day. terdny from the National Commander. It Is desired, according to lender Delco-Lighl.ore, that sixty par cent of the mew-- 1 t --n splendid bors be former enlisted men. three cf combination Filing of the Articles of Incorporaj the of aromatic -- careful Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or tion elicited much favorable comment choicest Turkish skillful In this pnrt of the state, ns tho nr- varieties lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a tobaccos blinding ... flfilna Anilimtw llm 1.nn.f Kill . CHICHIl OI. of ......--. viiiuuiij tut; 111 HUH ... I from Xanthl by a fire. Domestic pulleles embraced In the preamble to Cavalla secret tobaccos Smyrna the National Constitution. Ono of tho X procesa grown ' Delco-Lig- ht and Samsoan striking clauses in this preamblo Is that and cannot "to foster nnd perpetuate a 100 per onljr tho be cent Americanism," a declaration best grades Delco-Ligcopied quickly pays for itself through sav- of each which Is backed up by the stirring ing time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. action taken at St. ImuIs when nl- is leged I. W. W. representatives nareconomical in operation. When run on kerosense it rowly escaped being thrown bodily will give practically four times the amount of light from the convention hall. Another Is per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. "to make rUht the master of might." One of the Incorporators is a former I'rlgndier-GeneruHoger D. Williams, Delco-Lig- ht of Lexington. Another is Moses Sosnin, of Louisville, who was nrl- vnte nnd who, nt the ngo of :57 volunIt is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipteered, went to France nnd enmo home ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. with u wound stripe. All branches of The Delco-Lig- ht Power Stand is a portable elecboth the rullltnry and naval service nre represented among the Incorporatric motor that will operate any make of.churn, septors nnd those associated with them, arator or other appliance. It is attached by means whether they served at homo or of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which ubroud. An Advisory Committee for BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Miss Fannie Dlacklock, of Sulphur UP TO WILSON. each Congressional District will herewill operate at the proper speed. Springs, was in town yesterday. after be npnolnted by the Commander. i The State Commander has ex(By. I. D. Utairo.) Senate Refuse To Repeal War. pressed his purpose to proceed slowly Good work horse, and buggy for OHIO COUNTY USERS tlmo Prohibition. Tho best face of tho actor on Life's sale. See nnd carefully In Its organization, nnd ROY STEWART, stage is always turned to tho audi- 61t3 this announcement rellectn tho JudgMcHcnr., Ky. ence. (JEO. A. IIAKNKH Washington, Juno 18. Repeal of ment of his udvlnurs and associate. .1. A. CAIiDWKLI, the wartime prohibition law was glv- Col. It. E. L. Slmmcrman Is Shrink from It as wo will, sorrow Is LKO.VAKU RANDALL blow by the Seriate to Jon a knock-ou- t NOTICE TO KAIIMERS. a few days In Louisville, on the great refiner of human hearts. day when, by the vote of 55 to 11, it refused to entertain a motion by SenJust received a third car of F. A. Honesty and Industry are tho founator Phelan, of California, to sot AMES BUGGIES Havo plenty of Tarmers In some sections of tho aside the stones of all material progress. dation restrictions as to wlno anil sisal binder twine at 22 conts per f'.'iunty aro paying 40 cent.J an hour beer. pound. A fow McCormlck Dlndors Is tho thunderbolt from the for huivest hands. War Sonator Phelan sought to have the at reduced prlce3. Como to see mo Incorporated. cloud of human passions. rules of tho Senate amended to nulin at Heaver Dam. Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. hig ropeal amendment in order as part 40t2 Agent LUTHER CHINN. BEAVER DAM, KY. It Js difficult for us to discover In Smith Is attending circuit court In of tho agricultural appropriation bill. m others virtures wo ourselves do not Owenshoro this week Senator made a motion to lay ,, possess. COOLSI'ltlNG. Sonator Pholan's motion on the table, More than fifty farm tractors aro and upon this motion the majority of CERAIiVO. Farmers aro very busy plowluij of West Providence, spent The vainest monarchs rule tho in uso now by Ohio county farmers, 5 to 1 was ecorded. Saturday corn and cutting wheat. smallest provinces. and Sunday with her mother, and they aro proving of unusual value Mrs. Miss Lillian Chlnn, of Heaver Dam, I). Darnard. this season. Mrs. W. D .Darnard returned home Mr. Alnoy Tlchonor lost a valuablo Is visiting friends and rola'iv.i.s here. Ago refinos or enfeebles tho mind Vlolot, tho llttlo daughtor of Sunday aftor spending sovernl days Mr. maro by having both of hor hom-itrinMrs. Rosa Woodbum, of Rockport, with hor brother, Mr. J. W. Drown and Mrs. Odra Allen, who as it Is Industrious or indolent. has i,nn , Mrs. T. L. Griffin has returned to cut in a blndor accident Mon- Is the gu6st of her sons, Messrs. Den und daughter, Mrs. Ulus- Jumes, of oulto flick, Is thought to bo bettor at her homo hero, aftor an oxtended visit day. Ho had dotached tho front nnd John Woodbum, this weok. Pity Is a quality extended to ono'3 to this writing. near Mantanzas, frlonds and relatives In Owens team to mako a turn In tho cornor oti Mr. svnd Mrs. .M .M. Tate and'sou Inferiors nover to ono's equals. Uov. and Mrs. J. H. Richardson, Mrs. J. M. Evorloy spout Saturday horo and Daviess county. of tho Hold, nnd getting team and binder J and Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodbum Hanson, visited their daughtor, and Sunday with her son, Dr. G. L. Mrs. Jammed, tho accldont resulted. On motored to Owen.sboro, Saturduy Wo hate those w'io force us to ro Larkln Dakor, recently. Kverly, of Rockport. Misses Imogono Taylor and Mazlo account of tho injury Mr. Tlchonor Mr. Charllo Elliott and wlfo and RU.ilii j i: i woist pass.. us W 1Jarnari1 nnd children. Drown, of Owonsboro, aro horo to had to kill tho animal. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood wore ,, I.t,.',. baby aro visiting relatives hero, this spend tho week-en- d with Mrs. Howguests of their father, M,r. P.' R. aul Wilson and Jamos, visited rola-tlvo-s, the weok. Tho triioet position on most public at Rockport last woek. ard Gills and Mrs. Hut Binnott. Miss Corlnno Shults, an offlclent Mrs. Guy Daniel nnd chlldron nnd Robertson, of Echols, Sunday. questions Is somowherc Hoar thoNnld-dl- o Mrs. Robert Djks, of Nelson. Mrs. Edith Maddox clork In tho postofflco horo, received Mrs. Emma Drown, of Loulsvlllo, are nnd little Pont Sunday of tho extremes In reporting County Clerk Ha telegram, Wednesday, from Wash- tho guosts of their mother, Mrs. Jim daughtor, Loulso, of near hero, have W. 1). Darnard.with her mother, Mrs. lamb sale last weok wo got ington stating that she had been returned homo .after being guosts of Wilson. The strength of ono's character U Mrs. ernon Evorly our flguro crossed. Ho sold twonty to a clerkship in tho Mr. Horaco Taylor closod a sing- Mrs. Maddox's sister, Mrs. Don Mad aro visiting hor paronts, and llttlo son In itf own fortifications rathor than Mr. and Mrs. lambs for 15 each, Instead of fifteen Treasury Department at a salary of ing school at dox, of Owonsboro, for sovernl days. Ira In the rango of tho enemy's ;nn. this place Sunday. Mr, Miller, of Powdorly. lambs at $20.00 each. Mr. Leonard Klmmol left Saturday ?1.040 a year, with an Increase of Taylor inado many friends while 1n for Grandfiold, Oklahoma, whore ho salary after thirty days service. Miss I this neighborhood. Ilovengo is n quality of souls mean I'OH SALE. II. F. llottom 02, Centertown, and Shults hns not yet decided Miss Mary Kitchens is visiting at will accept a position in tho deposit whether! and lontomptuble. Mrs. Ardent) Calloway 51, Center-tow- n, or not sho will accopt tho appoint Rockport bank with his undo, Mr. Eugene and Mclleury this week. 1110 TVPE POLAND wore married In tho county ment. Kiinmol, who has been cashier of tho mm CHINAS. 'I'nnquillty of spirit comes ouly to court clerk's offlco by Rov, Walkor, bank thero for sometime m Ono Dred uuilt. duo to LA1IOR ASKS FOR iho'w who look upon the woria from farrow July yesterday. Second murriago for each A regular morning operation of Jtra. Oscar Ezell and children, of 10. 1910; four 3 to 4 nURLKSO.VS SOALI1 above mouths old of tho contracting parties. tho bowels puts you In fino shape for Greenville, visited relatives hero one P'w7-tw- o m males and two females, v day's work. If you miss It you tho My Poland Chinas aro as Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook was in Atlantic City, N. J., Juno 18 A day last woek. good as can "Uncle" Wos Miller died at his feol uncomfortablo and cannot put resolution asking President Wilson Mr. Jesse Evqrly, of Rockport, was bo found In tho United yesterday. Statos homo, near Horso 11 ranch, Tuesday. vim into your movoments. For all Immediately to 47tf remove Postmaster In our midst a few days last woek. W. S. DEAN. Ho Was about nlL'htv vnPK nlil Mr bowel irregularities Horbino Is tho Mrs. C. M. Fulkerson, of O'DIon, Durleson from offlco was Dundoo, Ky. l'rof. K. 8. Howard Is very busy 'Miller was for mnnv vonra , remedy. It purifies, strengthens and adopted unanimously last by tho Tennessee, spent a fow days Just now, breaking his new car to in his district, and was held In high regulates Price 60c. Sold by Ohio American Federation of Labor, lu weok with her sister, Mrs. P. Jonea. "It's so hard to bo poor " J -- ,vv... Mrs. Maud Maddox and children, ( m convention here. t w.vtuuu nuu ftuuw liiju, muuui; iiiut, iu, "And so i 2 "irr : :H; illation of the Lotion, now being 1 prepared nmi win bo pr.m.ptiy iiu. j triluiteil to all district and county ',.!n.,n."".",'r. Is i Committee, nnnouncos that Kentucky has received Its .charter froia the Na- - ;T Clonal Executive Committee of The j X American Lotion and tlmt tho stute j J aody Is now In u position to ivcoIno applications and to issue charters to local posts whenever they nre formed. Reports received by Stale Adjutant IX A. Sachs Indlcuto that applications j liortly will bo received from various J counties In with h veterans are niiv Ions to become rh.irter members of J the Hrst posts organized. Enlisto-.. liw.ti iir.t tnl.'ft. r .1 T.,.1.1 I,, t1... lllftnilfell- ...... ...V ........ n .,., It. tinlion work. As the various local organizations, formed at Commander Mooruum's behest, nre uwnltlng detailed Inforiim- tion before actually forming posts, Jinle .Moorman nnnouncos tliat ii a. "V n.imnhlof .tnl..l.... .1... awl.i.w incorporation, state" constitution and t and nrcuiilzntlon directions f ' i I - ..-- ... it-- With Delco-Liginstalled you can have electric lights permanently located in your house, barn or other buildings bright, safe light, just where you want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenient button. ht S Delco-Lig- ht Saves Time and Labor - ' washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. An plpptrin niwienlnd lentni- - circtnm m1I .mf.vmf ically num.) and carrv the water to tho hmisn ami Oai'll. .1" nultt lliniinAn lUUUCMV liMil.va You can have electric power to run many j.xA..nI U JL'lillUU U.V l. IliUUl. I. .... .1 ap- - I. SUCH ll. aS 1110 1 I or- - if you wish, thc'gieat comfort and convenience of a hifhrnntn There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed If daily. Delco-Ligbenefits every member of the family, every clay in the year. J It Will SaVC COUlltlCSS Steps. YOU Call lhlVC, of and CIGARETTES : , Increases Farm Efficiency blended I I Lessens Fire Hazards I I , i i Is Economcial ill ht j It fieV l, I- The Power Stand 'J ' Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company i gs - Dlun!:-enshlp'- ro Tti to-d- ay ki'tftt"." jtl a !V R .1A1- -.