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Subscription $1.50 per No. 52 BERLIN MOBS'WILD; ATTACK AND PLUNDER ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919, of P. met In special soasion at Cnstlo Hall, Tuesday night of this week and conferred tho Rank of Knight on thrco candidates. Tho ranks of Paso and Esquiro will probably bo conferred at Us regular session, Tuesday, July 1st Officers will bo installed on this date also, and a largo attendance Is expected. LOCAIj CHOP CONDITIONS DIG Cia.SS RECEIVES loycorn, aged 143 years. Born in DEGREES IX R. A. C. old Kentucky, 1770. Died (hard I AUK VERY DISCOURAGING Juno 30, 1910. Friends and drinkKeystone Chapter No. 110, Royal ing acquaintances are respectfully InConditions bearing on crop prospects liavo materially Improved Arch Masons, held a special convoca- vited to attend wako and funeral at K Monday within tho past two weeks, whllo It tion' Saturday afternoon and night, Madison Square Garden, were passed night, June 30. Wake at 8 sharp ' Is all, speaking of corn and other when two candidates Mueller Won't Go To VerUltra "Drys" Fear Going products grown from spring planting, through the ceremonies of P. M., and Funeial at 1 o'clock mm exceedingly backward, in fact com- a class of seventeen received tho deToo Far Soften At sailles Berlin In ROM) RUN. mm paratively estimated, hut little plant- - grees of M. E. M. and Royal Arch. Dilemma. Last Moment. KRMONRSON WILLIAMS Ing of anything had been done moro A mld-uiglunch wan served anil Tho farmers of this community than two week3 ago. Occasionally from the manner In which the Miss Grace Williams and Mr. C. a farmer may be found who succeed- - hungry, battlo-scarreweary So- - have been very busy cutting wheat. Washington, Juno 21. A man's W. Edmonson wcro married at tho cd in getting his full crop out, but journers from Babylon went after tho Borlln, Juno 25. Tho streets or Mrs. Margaret Baker, of , vis right to storo liquor In his home for homo of the bride In Heaver Dam, only a small percentage did that. It feed, Indicated much tedious travel. ited her sister, Mrs. Dauphin Hunter, Berlin were scenes' of rioting and. plundering last night and this morn- tho long dry period aftor July 1, stood Ky., Juno 2 i. Tho bride was attired lj safe to say that Ohio county will ' ong and hard hours of work had been a few days last week.. i n u. is urussiug .., - linnup today against an attack on that in dark blue coat suit with shoes and have tho smallest crop In acreage, engaged In Tho simple lunch, wa ni. x. i. x . tt j- - ..K Indeed by speeches from agi- xiic ti nice in provision of tho prohibition onforco - .hat to match and carried a shower 'over grown. This Is especially true 'enjoyed not only by those who com ly at this place, meets every Sunday .tators in Alexander Platz, mobs ment bill before the House Judiciary boquet of brides roses and llllles of with reference to corn, peas, beans, posed the caravan, guided up to tho with Mr. Marvin Ross, Presl- - tacked and robbed pedestrians and Committee. tho vnlley. Her only attendant was and sorghum. Tho heavy rains ceas - .ruined temple, but by those who wit- - jdent, Mls3 Margaret Tomerlln, Secre- - maltreated Isolated soldiers. Troops y session, her little nleco, Oraco Margaret Wll- - ed In time for the wheat to be har - jnes3ed and preformed 'the work as'tary, and Misses Maggie Hunter and sent to Alexander Platz were fired on. Noar tho end of an by crowds in tho streets and from tho tho commltteo voted down an nmond- - Hams, who preceded tho bridal pair, vested In fair shape, and It Is now In ,well. Past Grand H. P., Isaac T. JRhoda Williams, Groupe Leaders. ment which would havo made It un- - Mrs. Loo Stevens sang, "Oh Prlmlso very good condition In tho shocks. Woodson, P. H. P., Richard DIotz- Mrs. Beatrice Bowen, who has been roofs of buildings. They finally succeeded In clearing the streets. lawful for a citizen to havo liquor in Me," boforo tho coromony and Mrs. Farmers, however, aro too busy with man, Frazier Dunlap, Lawrence 111 for qulto a time, Is Improving. Elsewhere in the city bands of mahis possosslonj struck out n section 'J. o. McKlnney played Mondehlsons other work to thresh at this time. Grauman and Henry D. Cornwall, of j Mr. Noel Hunter, wife and two which would havo prevented "use" by Wedding March and "I Love You Tru Needed showers have fallen over King Solomon Chapter, No. 5, LouK- - children, . of Illinois, have como home rauders robbed shops and attacked .. .. . .....-.-.,...... . ... ... i. citizens, rifling their pockets. Tho n cuizon oi uquor in ..I- - iirnaio uui - ,iy - curing me coromony, wnicn was nearly tho whole of the county dur- - vine, were visitors, anu uiu tne major ,io remain lor some lime his ling and decided that In tho matter performed by Rev. E. S. Moore, pas- - ing the past few days. At some portion of the work In confering tho Mr. and Mrs. H. and baby neighborhood In the Stettin Railroad spent Sunday in Rockport, with tholr. Station, the Hochstrasse and tho of general enforcement thoro would tor of tho Methodist church. Only points too much rain fell, especially degrees for the local chapter. bo no difference between wartime and the lmmcdlato frlonds of the family in the upper portions of tho county, son, Mr. Jake"J3owen. JBadstresso was notably disorderly. BKNNETT-SCIIRICKLMlsses-Ellwcro present. constitutional prohibition. and Belvle Dennis wero .Street cars were held up whllerlotors In that section, embracing constdora- gtrestB of' Misses Margaret Tomerlin searched the passenger's pocket3 and Kven with this and othor changes, ' Many beautiful presents wero re- - ble territory, the rainfall was so hea-th- o stole women's rings. Here, also, sol- bill ns It will be reported out to- - celved, which Included silver, cut vy that much damage was done, The marriage of Mis3 Lullene Ben- and Be3sie Graham, Sunday. jnorrow or Thursday Is considered as glass and checks. 'causing any number of farmers to nett to Mr. OHIo E. Schrickel which 'Rev. A. T. Ross, wife and little son, 'dlers were beaten and shots were So drastic nre Its pro Thomas, of Georgetown, aro led from roofs and windows and tho'W The bridnl party left Immediately adanbon further nlantlnir and re- - occurred Sunday, Juno 22nd., was of . visions, members of tho committee for a motor trip to points In Iowa and tardlne Cultivation. The tobacco cron 'much interest to the many friends of spending their vacation with their, soldiers returned tho Are, .'. T said, while a man may put a keg of Illinois. On their return they will whllo far short of what It would have the popular couple. The event was parents, Mr3. Ida Ross and Mr..andl After daylight this morning theyi I city was qulter, but at noon the pog beer In his cellar he may ho convicted B0 to In their homo on been under good conditions, compared solomnlzed at the home of the bride .Mrs. M. Brown. und fined If, for Instance, he wears Lookout mountain. crops, la much tho largest j on East Church street, Rev. G. M. j Quite a crowd from here attended Hce appealed for troops, as the crowds with other n watch fob on which thoro la a pic-- i jtlss Williams Is a very pleasant crop we havo. Davenport of the Fir3t Methodist the singing at Cool Springs, Sunday, wero gathering onco more. Four Miss Ruth Robinson and two chil- - j thousand workers in the shops of tho lure of tho kog aS an advertisement. and attractive young lady and ono of county ischurch officiating. Taken as a whole, Ohio Fight 0or Homo Storm;. jthe most popular In Beaver Dam. bound to harvest tho smallest crop. The bride was charming In a hand-'dre- n, struck. Gertrude and Bert, spent Sun- - Gruenewald railroad had In a general consideration of the Mr. Edmonds Is located in Chattanoo- - produced In years, and if an early, jsome suit of blue tricotlno with a day with Mr. Dauphin Huntor and Troops have occupied the Qoerlitz and measuro tho commltteo mado a num- - Ba, Tenu. He Is manager of C. W. damaging frost happens to hit this Picture hat to match and'Vore a jSteltin stations, wjilch are still being Dor or minor cnanges, urn uio pnnci- - Edmondson & Co.. and president of RPrtnn in th f.iii. im nm irnn.i mn. 'sago of nlnk carnations and maiden Mr. John Shaver, wife and three us?u ny uie pumic. pal fight was over tho question of tho tho Edmondson School of Business. hair forns. The wedding was a quiet children, Jesse, Lettle and Archie, be gathered . . Borlln, Juno, 25. (Via London right of homo storago ror personal one, witnessed onljj by tho Immediate spent tho day with Mr. Calvin Sallling foreign Hermann Mueller, the-neland family, Sunday. us.. Rt'proiontatlve Morgan, Demo- - king ALBERT WIMi" relatives of tho couple. ASK THE COUNTY AGENT crat, of Oklahoma, endoavored to. Miss Carrye Southard has returned minister, the Tageblatt says, has do- VISIT UNITIJI) STATES The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and UK CAN KIND OUT havo stricken out tho section reading Mrs. Silas E. Bennett and has lived to Bowling Green, where sho will en- - rclined to go to Versailles to sign tho pus-- j peace treaty. Brussels, Juno 23. Before IVosl- !ln De.catur only a short time, having tor school for the summer term. that "It sha'l not be unlawful to The county agent Is, of courso, Field Marshal von Hlndenburg, it scss liquor in ono's private dwelling dont Wilson left Bolglum, It was movod' here from Kentucky. Since naked Innumerable micstions and on is added, has resigned the chief comtho same Is occupied and used nounced today. King Albort .SULPHUR SPRINGS. and all kinds of topics. He Is also sum- - oomfnS hera she haa endeared mand of the army. by him only as his dwelling." Queen Elizabeth accepted his lnvlta- clrcl" o IrIentl3- T,h0 suddenly to Inspect a field of solt to n laT Ardent prohibitionists on the com- - tlon to visit tho United States, Since tno rains have ceased and tne may tell the groom is a young man of sterling growing crops so he LOUISVILLE MARKETS. sl- - land dried out so it could be worked mltfeo voted against tho Morgan pro-- , Tho Belgian rulers probably will farmer exactly what should be done. tra-lt- s autl hoUl3 a responsible . rjnHtnil.Aat llm . , . ko a" tt.. tf..lt.1 Ot..-- !m ornwrnuui. ,..., , ,, I ,u. w.v, rbnann Hiav until . Mint -w, . '" uiiiibu oiio Itlpetfid to sn. 11 n.wuu me uccaiur uonuct: c uqui- - liirmurs lime ueen woikiiis jii uruur h, Hogs steady Best h'eavles, 115 nntlur.g uas to be g.lued by enacting twenty years since Albert of to get their corn and tobacco planted Company It fc d dg an Immediately after the ceremony Several here bought tractors and Pounds and up, $20.75; 120 to 165 lil.ipil. .n fcv vmw ..iu ..vw- - Bclxium il Isfcn last VISliOll UIO UllliCU day following he must proscribe for ' tt.ity of ppople who rojolced tht tho states, his first journey here. Tho a sick cow. or a horse. Mr. and Mrs. Schrickel left for south - l'ave been helping their neighbor, pounds, $19.75: 120 pounds, down, d.i of the saloon had onded. l)olnts- be at home That Is as It should be present King was then a Prince nnd The farm- - IS 35; tnrowouts, ?1S.5, down. Thov will The county agent Is human and ern S19.K(i.fB .t-- , r i. t .j .- P iHloPrliTin Vianvv- - I,'J, Prohibition members supported an gpeat nearly twelve months In tho has his very decided limitations like aner ivro weeits, "- - -- H 'l '"' , . ... ,.,,..,, a-- i mdnii'ivt eliminating the proviso United States as a tourist and news-ti- ovary ...v......... , ....,,, unu jiiua- - operation as lrum uny oilier irienus at oui west imouuuii. othor man n $11. 00012.50; light ?10.0011.00: tho liquor must be obtained and p8i)er correspondent. A dispatch thing. (Ala.) News some things fairly well; but ho is not placed In storago prior to date the act rrom paris 0n May 28 said that King Born to tho wife of Almpn Duke, fat heifers. $S. 50 12.25; faf cows. be a walking oncyclo- amend- - AU,Brt - and could never ..50S 3.50: expected to visit Washwould become effective. A. Alvls S Bennett, secretary of the of near Palo, on tho 23rd. Inst., a 5S.003 12.00; culls, , ' . . cd tho sertiomrends "that such liquor inBton to attend tho first moeting ' Republican State Central Committee, girl. Mother and child aro dolnf feeders, ?0. 0012 00; stcckers $7.C0 whnt- tho . .. . "w " -i t .n...Ai " 11.00. uv -uui i. luiuiiicu. ii"'ivu ti.a ot me uoaguo oi uuuii8 in uviuuur. country doctor Is to his patients. Ho returned to Louisville yesterday from fine and as this is their first daughter Calves Common to best veals, burden of showing that possession Is Kng Albert Is 44 yoars old and can handle tho general run of farm V"'""'BU' "u-,uu uaa ucu" a nm"a "V- "uu v '""! legal upon the possossor." tlmo for como off and Mrs. Duke counts', her- - from $0.00 3 15.00. ,., wa8 married In 1900 to Princess Eliz- - UlltltVllLi) i... ,..i, ,oa iu it (.UUlUx) ,n awu- - ing treatment for some Ultfc IlllCtl li, Sheep nnd Lambs Choice sheared (Jnnl Load Kl-- ht. labeth. ot Bavaria, who Is fifteen thing out of tho ordinary, he must stomach trouble. Mr. Bennett had self a benefactor to the whole human sheep $7.00 down; bucks, $5.00 . Representative Card, Democrat, ot months his junior. They have three - been away for some time, but return- race. lCJU '" "JO SpBCiailSlS JUSl U3 1110 UUCX..., x f U n. T rt m It Inn .A !., rt x Ohio, led tho fight to strike from tho children o,a. a iCU just, nxlna iu uia ivot'uuutau ann ivia uTst tun 'Jn1n Inj.nt . Ino ui Dnlnatlii.l down. aictn r I'uui r lntj Lambs Best, $16.25 16.50; secLexington. He ('nets, who had been suffering fr- -i. the word "use" as applied to the bill expects to get the Platform convention at The farmer who IX COUXTV COURT. ,. . ,. right of homo consumption. His mo ... .... tuuuij ugeuiD, went to . Chicago again following- tho tuberculosis for a lone time, quietly onds.nn $12.0012.70; culls, $9 00.?J ... iicsi resuua iroin ma cm tion to amend also Included the strlk- tuiivcunuu, """ l0iumCU 1)aMCU w, m uuTO, i. ,u ull I ... Oldham, cnargeu wun o,- - l,nln ' alinnhl nlwnvn .romnmlir that .yesterday " Te- Carllslo . ing out of tho words "give away.' much Improved. jthe 24th. Her remains were burled wunoui celvo" and "possess" but tho commit- - orating "n nutomoime Ho Is now ready for the strenuous in the Sunny Dale cemetery in tho af- - FISCAL COURT CALLS ROAD TAX ELECTION; teo Insisted that thoso should stand, license, by attorney, ontored a plea .,., .his o nuestlons ' campaign ahead, he says, and looks ternoon of tho next day. Mrs. Coots or 10 go ior,the was said there was no particular of guilty and a fiuo ot $10.00 and accord,ng tQ num9roUB 0f leaves several children ranging In It Tho Ohio countyiFlscal cArt was fight on Mr. Card's proposal, and as cost was assessed against him. 2 fho couniy his friends who greeted rt him yester- - age. fromriM.l to 29 years, besides her tfAwfaaAl m,l aia' .9mb tj nc- uusuuuu uiiuuvciui ltBAAlniin uuu aIh In session Wednesday and Thursday, f1 iiic- - T - l.bMln.l ti lhAn)Ariv6 Dorrls Martin, accused ot operating "ecl snaP juubmeui irom nmondod, tho Bectlon roads: oLum iiuauiiuuiLia ju uiuiuuia agent on everything and invthint? with the entlro membership present. "That no person shall on or aftor an automubllo without a license, on which conies to bis attention. tiu. puuucan uuiiuiiig. wouiioauu a iors. 'the date when tho eighteenth amend- - tored a plea of guilty and was given farmor should give him a chance be- - Louisville iicraiu. N 11. Girls' If any ot you deslro Some very Important business was ment to tho Constitution of the Unit- -, a flno of $10.00 and tho fringes. a wrist watch It might pay you to transacted, among which was tho agent can find out what ho Tn nio nt tlin Hominon wnnlth VS causo tho ...i o , ,.,,, ,..,w Into nfrnnt nnt- - wlilln Go to ILER'S GROCERY for the gee B1,3 Cox adoption of an ordor calling for an wishes, for ho represents the College election on tho question of the levy the war prohibition act shall bo In last named party, charged with fall- - ot Agriculture and Uncle Sam's de- - best refrigerator to be found on tho ...,..,. D.n..., ,hnn . n .i, uio . .. .... market. of a 20 cent road tax, for a period of mi .... lu Slt.. lOrCO, mUUIllULlulu. pun, units.-SU,514,010,2l:, WAR'S l"l'i" ., iniiv.l,.n.,Mi.,r. m. nuinmnhiin. iiimnlaseil. partmont. at Washington. nn 'H JIWUJ, liUH01'W,V, iu,'w.. ....-.,.-, ... ' TOTAL COST'TO JUXE 1ST. 11 vo years, said election to be hold on iivmuiia Mr. Olnoy E. Richardson, who has tho dato of the regular primary elcc- commonweaitii vs. aioo uuriis, or. funNsh, recelvo or possoss iny in- CARRIER EXAMINATION juat completed his third year at the toxlcatlng liquor except as authorl'.o-- l charged with employing an unllcons-i- n RURAL Parls. Juno 23. War,. Department tlon, August 2. Kentucky State University, returned ....... ...n,. . i. TliA Pnurt wn rnHior rlnrtrint Irt ,1, this act. nnd all tho provisions of ed chauffour, continued on account ", The United States Civil Service to Lexington last Saturday, after n adontlnK the ordor. but did no. ow!nK act shall 'jo literally cons'.ruad to of Indisposition of dofendant and set ,o,9 , , -- , ...... m this commission 'iia announceu an exanu-- 1 brief visit with his parents, noar IUw.... 1? the ond that Intoxicating liquor as a for trial next Monday $14,544,610,213, Secretary Bakor to- - to the fact that petitions had ira nation for tho County of Ohio, Ky., ,cromwell. Jack Dawson, of noar Buford wus bevorago may bo prohibited- - Liquor day advised the special House Com- - circulated and preseufeiLto the Court. to bo held on July 20, 1919, at Boa- for nonbovorago purposes una wine tried Monday on a lunacy cnarge jinu vor Dam and Hartford, to fill tho pomltteo Investigating the department's bearing the namo3 of approximately CARD OF THANKS. 'activities. Of tho total $1,839,787-- ! 1.000 tax payers. for sacramontal purposes may bo pur- - coinniltted to tho Westorn Ky , Ajy-- sition of rural carrier at Mcllonry, I tn nniinnnr nt thA lnfnnntu nf Itin cha'jod. sold, transported and used asium. .939 was spent by tho Amorlcan Ex- -, and vacancies that may later occur Wo take this method of thanking nnillMnnnrv and lack of spaco, we ware not supplies uur. Wreln provided " forces for on rural routes from other post of- - 'an,i expressing our heartfelt gratitude JESSE D. CROWE. ; vory pors'Ji legally ?JDrmltto! tc able to give more details ot tno CUBSeU OVOrSeUS .. - .... ..,..! . ,.n H.inn.l (vmnlv I. ., many n Jlnaa In tha " '"" irienus business transacted. l'i"C liquor Is ioqplr.0 t report to Mr. Jesse I). Crowo died at tho The examination will be oron v..w j0 lno 80 many ways,wiio uxieuueu to only to u8 jn their sympathy FOR SALE. within ten days tho proper authorities N., In Liver- - citizens who aro actually domiciled during.our bereavement in tho pass- RIO TYPE POLAND CIHXAJ?. ffi aftor tho passago of tho act. and pos- - homo of his son, Alvln LIQUOR SEARCH SAME "by any person 'more, during tho night of last Sun- - In tho territory ot a post otflco In the ,ng o Mr3 Ada Park Izard our doar Ono Bred uullt. due to farrow July after that date Mi THAT FOR SPIES county and who meet the othor daughter and sister normltted under this title 'day, of cancer ot the stomach, after, nt 10, 1919; four 3 to 4 months old o jj. u Izard( D. M. Park and Family. qulroments set forth in U- to nosscss llauors." shall be regarded some throo months affliction. plga two males and two females. Washington. Juno, 23. The ... ....- - . . -.- .- -- ... purI'unerai nurvicua wou umu ui My Poland Chlna3 aro as good as can us ovldenco that it.. Is kept for ., of the prohibition enforoomont . . i.. tt.iu oMintv T.mj.inv nt blanks may bo obtained from tho of-- 1 111: "Wulto" To Ro GIeu In Honor Of bo found lu tho United States. , ., ,.. .. -- w...,, . hill permitting search of pr'vnto .liosoi of saio. unis, nowovor, uuua John Burloycoru ociock, a. ai., uuer wuicu mo . llces mentioned above or from tho W. S. DEAN. 47tt not apply to homo stock3. homes for contraband liquor 'vlieu United States Civil Sorvlco Com ' Dundeo, Ky. bill's definition ot what Is in - mains were placed away In tho burial Tho tho warrant was sworn U "by at BarleyAppll Now York, Juno 24. Mr. Washington, D. C. E'4...i.i...r riiv hfivernira or grounds of tnat piaco. inoueceaseu mission at Innct hum nrn.lltiifilftw nftrrfrtrm." wnft , v. w... ....... r 1" I ""- bo forwarded to the corn, soon to bo deceased, Is to be a.im . ",vl wu." l,,"Vlllfri'V containing more than ono - was a son ot Hon. Wesley Crowe and cations should by the House 'product stricken but y at tho most thoroughly "waked" Monday . . ... a Ohio County Tax Commission-- 1 .. hulf of 1 nor cent alcohol was re- - oi a large lumiiy, umuus night at Madison Square Garden er's office will bo opon and ready' , . .. h.lUlUUU. 11 Wirt ,.i,i ,i,.,f ..nmlioro nf lirnthnr. . Judire- C. M. Crowo. of this . viiuv ...ww. provided lu the espionage oaiu ti; whore carpenters aro erecting the for business July 1st. Mako an ln- - soarch himself tho father ot i.n l ...w -- - discussed this section .place, and was largest bar tho world has ever known. VQntory ot your property and be rea- - was substituted. HIIOHT OF SPACE now surviving. i at length, somo contending thiit If one- eight childron, all Wo were overrun with applications u is sam to extend entirely arounu dy t0 Usti Don't delay and thereby Congros sundertook to define IntoxlTAXES DUE. A HARTFORD HOY. tor advertising space at tho oleventh the Interior ot tho garden. throw us behind later on. DOT .lln llnunru M niin.lllllf Of 1come Stute, County and Comma "The Garden High Flyers Club," week, and in order to take hour, this D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. could r'Wcont another Congress cent, or an r rui- - tlTtll..... Tl ' TUnnla Ul lla care of regular patrons it was neces- which has charge of the obsequies, tax bills, for tho presont t9 m """" along and make it 4 per been placed In my hands FOR SALE. has already booked sixteen othor from the sary to cut our reading columns. lately ., . M,an Thr was lust a Collegewho Two good farms, 70 acres each. tlon Cash is needed with of fiAgrIcu.ture, K S U has Our pre33, folder &c, handles a clubs whose members wish to "wako" danger, members said, that prohlbl- accopted as Instructor paper of present slzo ot tho Repub- their dying friend. Good dwellings, barns, othor neces- pay running expenses. ftiou would get Into politics. Invitations aro to bo distributed sary buildings, orchards, walor, on get your tax bill while lu chief of tho agricultural depart- - lican or else It must bo 12 columns urocurod at cost. 'fmtths-Huge- s t courso) in tho larger, entailing an extra run. With broadcast throughout 'tho city rural mall routo. K. OF 1"S. 1JUSV. S. A. BRAT as follows; For particulars address Coutral City High School for tho com- - tho limited tlmo at our "command It 'Sheriff of "To bo deceased: Jonathan Bar 4,'tC- - HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 'ing school year, was impossible to enlarge. Rough River Lodge No. 110, K. , d, t v- i"'' at-nl- f all-da- ' -1 ... ! i J5l 1 V I E. a . MiM .if houso-keopln- I J cor-.fami- , i an-wh- lle -- her-mon- - ... ig nt .,a i., '" 1 ""' ii, .- ' m . :7(ll "Z s ui-i'i- n,.i .., -- ,.-- ' c .!..,. """"- ' T t - ,,'. ... "",""',, "', , ; , t ' ,r .,'.,.. , i...,. aini i . T TIT ..- S I I j 1,,1,-n.- .m.." -- ... ,"'," ' snln lrllv pro-UM- on H n,i.i n,ir -- "" "" to-da- , w- vr M pW 1',,' ir-on- j I BRITISH DEMAND CASH 11 LABOR PRINCIPLE liters and men requested by tho War Department to 300,000. Consideration of tho bill waB virtually completed tonight. Chairman Wadsworth said ho planned to report It tomorrow to. the full committee, which Is expected to eonsider It nt onco so that tho mca'iirc cm bn Rent to' tho Sennto without del.iy and nn eirort mndo to expedite Its ia.!UM Liforo July 1, when soiao .ipproprln- '.111 bo needed t halrman Wadswono il I tonight that numerous changes wcro made in .10 House bill owing tn't tnir Hie appropriations rarrled In tlinl Viej'uro had bee'i worked out on a o nv :'k(M'ii M'ls of nn over1 fir tho coming f't .' eir, whili tho '.irate cominittee iiiTfini'tl this to 100,000. M FRAMED BY G. 0. P. Can't See Once War Lord Keeping His Huge Fortune. London, Juno 21. How about the Kaiser's Indemnity? Now that It has been rumored that that the Dig Four will not Insist William lio tried for his crimes, the Urltlsh public want to know If lie's going to bo allowed to get away with he Jho enormous treasuro which plrltod away when he fled to Hol- Cummins Author Of Declaration Labor Not Com- Delco-I- Mt I mercial Article Washington, June 25. Republi cans now in control of both the Homo and Senate and therefore responsible for all legislation by Congres have welcomed the full text througl' newspaper channels of tho treaty of kic.j .and Its declara"on In favor of lighH of labor whlc'i ihey have Ion-- ; advocated and some of which lii'V h.ive placed on tho statute books. Here l Brings City Conveniences to The Country Home land. For Count Wllholm Ilohcnzollprn's income today amounts to much more jRhhn IS. 000. 000 a year, according to wflltf'iboRt v&Jitlittrltics on his financial . .... . . uqfhics no is reported 10 icimuicion. VT. casues soieiowner oi ninety rmS'lV estates xid l0 ,lnvo large private 'Snlerests outside of his fonnor fath .nr-xn- Driving the Brain often Affects the Nerves, causing Nervous Irritation and Nervous Headaches. When Nervous, try using merce. Second, the rlisV. of aawiatto't for all lawful purpji i by the cm'lo)(s as well as by the cm unt-trThird, the payment to tho .?.n;dny-e- d erland. of n wage adequate to maintain an exile, discredited and disFor The Standard Remedy for reasonable standard of life as tliN is honored by the vast majority of his own people, ho has done pretty well, many years for disorders understood in their time .ami country. according to those who havo followed of the Nerves. Fourth, the adoption of an eight-hohis carcor .since the day he sneaked day or a forty-eighour wook across tho border and begged refuge AT ALL DRUGGISTS :i3 the standard to be aimed at whore from Count Uentlnck in lonely Amor-- , It has not already been attained. MILES MEDICAL CO.. ElMi.-irt- . Intl. ongon. Fifth, tho adoption of a weekly rest The big question is this: Why isn't hours, which of at least twenty-fou- r v't- property of the it possible that the should include Sunday wlierecvor and his family, amounting to many millions of dollars, bo de cornerstone Is all that Is left standlrig- practicable. Sixth, tho abolition of child labor rounded from the German govern of tlip Flat Cronl: Church at N'nvlil. a fund to help twelve miles east of hero, which wan an U1G "'si"on oi such unmawons ment and turned into compensate tho victims of the savage burned almost thirty years ago. For on the labor ot you"8 run,ons as shnI1 crimes committed by his forces in i.iore than two score years it has l'ormit the continuation of their physi-mad- e and France?n't he bo been necessary for services to be held cation and assure their proper to pay an indemnity to account on the site at least once each year in caI development, Seventh, the principal that men and in some slight degree for Che untold order to hold the property for relig-- ! reccvo equal re- suffering he has caused the world? is not done it ' womon should ions purposes. If this for work of equal value, This tho British public wants to reverts to the heirs. The Rev. J. W. jnunoratIon the standard set by law in know and there is a growing clamor Chessen has performed jthat duty for cntry with respeot to Hie years, recently preach-!oac- h to havo the question answered. The twenty-thre- e papers are full of letters and In- - ing his annual sermon "on the rock." (lilions ot ,al,or ahould have (1,,e ra" equitable economic treat S Ins Il,n mrnprsno l l.nnvvn ,...IHp, nl.m.t t. ment of all workers legally resident 'tis punish him further for his ,0 0 therein. guilt, if we can; but poverty would ba Chronic Constipation. Ninth, that oath slate shall make no small burden to that proud and provision for a system of hmppdloti. vain man, tho "All highest war lord,' Perhaps you have nevor thought ,a whJch women ,,hou!d take part, in and the poverty of the Hohcnzollerns of it, but this disorder is due to would help to secure civilization from lack of moisture in the residual mata!order to jngure tho enforcement of constant Intrigues and plots to regain ter of the food. If you will drink laws and regulations for the protecthe power that they havo lost." says an abundanco of water, eat raw fruits tion of the employed. Wherever possible and when not in English A. H. Chaytor prominent .and take lots of outdoor exercise, conflict with the states it Is stated by writer. 'you may bo ablo evontually to overmembers of Congress that the ReII. Rider Haggard, world-famou- s come it ontirely. In tho meantlmo publican party has er.'inci: ted these beauthor, is in favor of tho Kaiser use the most mild and ceutle laxa ing punished by his own conscience. rivfts. Jirrnnir ami unrsii caLiiiinics i very principals. , President Uoo"v.elt . .... mu.Biin o child 111 or " ..- -- - ... ntWa .i. ...... ..w wwwj nooort Hint tho nnthnr nt Mm talft trvn miiph." unfnr ntir nr inn nv. UTUve gruuiesi The first of these prinr. lei'isl. tion. crimes committed by the mailed Hat tom aml mako a bad matter worse. ciples was created by a Republican. of the war lord lias no conscience. Chamberlain's Tablets are easy and A nre a I)art of the v'Tmeat Fivo millions a year isn't such a to take, and most agreeable yubijcan ieguiatie program. small Income, even in these days of in offect. Give them a trial. m highest prices. One could live very comfortably on it. Tho public, howTo Prevent Kclrliins. COKFi:i: PKIMM.KKS LAUGH ever, can not sec tho logic of letting Make a regular habit of eating AT COPS AM) .SOLIMKP.S slowly, masticate your food thoroughthe former All highest get away with ly, and you may have no further trouit. They want him to do a little sufTopeka, Kan., June, 21. Negroes you should, take one of fering besides that of tho conscience, by tho ble. If whose house here was raided Chamberlain's Tablets Immediately if ho has one. nnllro jiflpr thpv liml hnnn nrrpstml m "Lot him pay up in cash first," for peddling "boozo" to tho soldiers, aftcr suppor' we they say, "Aftersthat we'll see If have a good laugh on the police and can not make him suffer a little more, the soldier boys from Funston. They SKXATK MAY FIX but we want to see tho color of his sold tho alleged "booze"'to the boys AP..MV AT lOO.OOO money first." a pint. at $4 k Washington, June 19. Provision After tho raid the police Investigated the liquor talen,' some fifteen In tho army appropriation bill for quarts, and found it to be tea and maintenances of an army of 400,000 FOR FLETCHER'S coffee. "The Jokes on us and tho oMcors and men during tho next fis' oldler boys," said Chief Hannor. cal year was tentatively agreed on tom "Wo released tho whole bunch. Wo day by tho Senate Military CommitHOLDS ANM'AL SKIIVK'K TO KKKP CHUIU'H T1TI.K can laugh about it, but how about the tee. The Houso bill, which was be-f' the committee, reduced the sizi. soldiers who paid $4 a pint for cold of tho temporary army of 509,000 of- Petersburg, Ind.. Juno 21 The tea or coffee. ht er m enn-dally 6$ are labor's nini points: First, tho jy'dlng. prlwlpul (lint labor should not be rognrdel merely ns a commodity or article of com Surgeons ngrco that In cases ot Cuts, Burns, Hrulsoa and Wounds the Irst Treatment is most Important Whon an officient antiseptic is ap plied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to lical nt once. For use on man or beast, Borozono is the Ideal Antiseptic and Healing Agent. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ui A XlAvl7tyJW, ' !1 , l f "" ? i.r-- i .,ii . ,IJ t 1 W ! M A ! installed you can have electiic With Delco-Liglights permanently located in your house, barn or other buildings bright, safe light, just where yod want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenient button. ht ur LAND TURNED OVER Cou'rmiH'itt Oris lletilH To ."000 AN Springs. At Dnu.-o- n Delco-Lig- ht Saves Time and Labor ed j Blue prints and abstracts ot title to tho 5,000 acres of laud, on which tho government will erect a for sick and disabled soldiers at Dawson Springs, were turned over to United States District Attorney Perry B. .Mlllor yesterday by Attorney ' J. A. Johnson, of Madisonvllle. Tho. papers will be examined by ht Mr. Miller, who will forward them to ' the Department of Justice at Wa-hington. They cover holdings In Hop- kins, Christian and Caldwell counties. J Delco-Lig- ht in the vicinity of Dawson Spring, and ronresont nronortv to be donated by With electric light and power saving time each citizens of the three counties to' the public health service on which to day, more productive work can be done. Work at erect the sanitarium. . night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with Under an act of Congross of March convenient electric lights turning night into day. j 1919 an appropriation of $1,500 00 was made for the equipment of a Delco-Lig- ht sanitarium in case tho laud should 1 be donated. snni-tarlum ' You can have electric power to run many appliances formerly operated by hand, such as the washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. An electric operated water system will automatically pump and carry the water to the house and barn. It will save countless steps. You can have, if you wish, t bathroom. the great comfort and convenience of a There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed daily. Delco-Ligbenefits every member of the J family, every day in the year. Increases Farm Efficiency ' t 4 Lessens Fire Hazards A regular morning operation of , j . ... tho bowels puts you in fine shnpe for tho day's work. If you miss It you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vim Into, your moi'omonts. For all bowel irreeulnrltios Herhino Is the remedy. It purifies, strengthens nnd regulates Price bOc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. o I'XITKI) STATICS lll'UKAU OF t'KOP ICsTI. MATHS KY. Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or J lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to stait a fire. J j i J Delco-Lig- ht ht Is Economcial i ' Delco-Ligquickly pays for itself through saving time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It is economical in operation. When run on kerosene it will give practically four times the amount of light per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. Children Cry OASTO R A ro 'aw-i"- -- iiihiiti le Acred m Frecmont, O. "I was passing through tho critical years of age and had all period of life, belnf forty-si- x the bymptoms incident to unit cimngo neat nuaiita, nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, ho it. was hard for mo to do mv work. Lvdla K. Pink- liam's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles.whlch it surely proved to be. I feci better and stronger in every way since taking it, and tho annoyinjr symptoms havo disap. peared." Mrs. M. Goudem, 925 Kapolcoa St., Fremont, Ohio. , Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. North naven.Conn. "Lydla E. Plnlcham's Vegeta-bl- e Compound restored, ray health after overythintrelso had failed when passing through change of life. Ibcro Is nothing liku It to overcome tho trying Bymptoms. Mrt, I'LoiuiacH 1si;lla,Box 197, North Haven, Conn. mfl& ESI 1e &mdh LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Ikcsis till qjfipsote i?(gffd &ff fill qmatmt p) LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. Delco-Lig- ht Louisville, Ky., Juno 9. With numerous roports of short or poorl filled heads and somo damago from It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equiprust and lodging, Kentucky's wheat ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. crop promises 14,707,000 bushels The Delco-Lig- ht compared to a prospect early In May Power Stand is a portable elecLast year for 15.257,000 bushels. tric motor that will operate any make of churn, septhe final yield turned out 12,128,000 arator or other appliance. It is attached by means average. liushols while tho of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which 1913-1- 7 inclusive, was only 9.S62.-00- 0 will operate at the proper speed. bushels. The heaviest damage has been, apparently, in Southwestern and Western Kentucky. OHIO COUNTY USERS Oats did not do so well during the cold wet weather in May as might havo been expected but aro doing well OKO. A. ItAllNKS now except whero too badly drowned J. A. CALDWKLIi out. The condition is now 90 per LKO.VAUI) UANDAIili cent ot normal and tho acreage abou' 388,000 acres, 3 per cent less than In ' 1918, indicating a production of about 10,429.140 bushels. Rye shows a condition of 98 per ent of normal, with about G2.000 Incorporated. ucns In tho State to be harvested for grain, this indicates a production of Agent BEAVER DAM, KY. inproximatoly 850,710 bushels. Barley acreago in Kentucky thin . year Is about 2 per cont loss than In ' t9l8, or about C.S60 acrou, probably duo to Increased hurley tobacco acre-.iboxes of small arms ammunition, 800 TORCH APPLIED Practically all the barley la pairs of old nnd now rubber boots, Kentucky is grown in tho Hluo Grass 200 loathor holsters Sas (loieriimcnt' Store. of hay destroyed. and ten Condition of barley is Kerxomit counties. Wantonly Dcitrojcd. )(i per cent of normal, Indicating a Malcolm .said he and mombors of production of about 203,554 bunliels. his squad reported tho firo. which was Washington, Juno 20 CongresHay has made a fine growth but on a roadway botwoen Soullly and exmuch of tliq first cutting of alfalfa sional investigation of war-tim- e to Cupt. w. L. Clark, combadly damaged by wet woathor. penditures of tho War Department manding tho 4th llattallon ias ot tho 2nd Condition of clover U 96 per cent with was opened yosterday with Sergt. Engineers. the acreago 3 per cent los than In Clmrlos II. Malcom, of Company L, 2d "Did Hie burning cease?" nskod Alfalfa condition in 90 per Engineers, who has Just roturnod Uoprosentatlve Flood. Democrat, I1J1S of r it, because ninny farmorn Had to from Prance. Ho testified that ho Virginia. - personally hud soon largo quantities d"l,iy the first cutting until the sec"It stopped shortly aftor wo mado iO!il growth snoots from the crown of government proporty, both old and tho report. got so long they were clipped by tho new, wantonly destroyed by fire. mower "The only apparent explanation for The acreago is about tho Teething babies always havo burning this proporty," declared Malcamo as In 1918. a Apples are irregular. Many or- colm, "was that the salvago officer hard time 'of It when this process chards had practically all apples kill- - did not caro to sort tho equipment " occurs in hot woathor. Thoy not on- Malcom's testimony was given be- y havo to contend with painful gums led by tho lato freezo but somo or- crop. Tho average fore the Foreign Kxpendltures Sub- but tho stomach Is disordered, bow'charda have a fair is about 35 per cont of a crop. committee ot tho special Houso Com- els loose and the body uncomfortaPeaches aro about 33 por cent of a mittee of fifteen. The full committee ble, riio best help you can give tho crop, while pears aro only about 2G decided today to begin its hearings little sufferer is McGee's Daby Kllxir h, per cont. next Monday, with Hrig. Gen. Lord It corrects, cools an! Pastures aro oxcollent all over tho director of finance in the War De- qu ota the bowels and helps dl,josti&. rice 26c and 00c per Stato. Truck crops are growing flno, partment, as tho flr.it witness. ' bottle. So Id The fire was started last March and "i kjuiu vouniy Drug Co. but melons were severely checked by Ill tho cold wet weather in May. 13 lack- - burnod for about a mouth, Malcom borrl3 promise a bumper crop prac- jsald, adding that in tho last woek ot tically all over tho Stato. tho month ho personally saw about FOR FLETCHER'S 700 pairs of now pants, GOO rifles in II. P. BRYANT. good condition, twenty-fiv- o unopened Piold Agent. The Power Stand I A Tr j Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company t g. car-loa- sour-stomac- Children Orv CAST.ORIA X - I - ,mm " .(TTtH OF SERBIA IS HEROIC FIGURE '" -' -- M ll. . . FROM CHERRY-BLOSSO- M LAND TO KEEP MEN IN KENTUCKY GUARD f The Japanese Give Good Examplo verb of Cherry Dlossom Land that licnuty of face nnd Cr-- ti It Is n pro- jjAgetl King,.. Paralysis Victim Spends His Time In Little Home. Will Not Be Mustered Out i American wo(I.ouIhvIIIo Times) men often pale, Athons, May 1 (Hy Mall ) sallow-faceAlono, nlmost forgotten l (he world, with dark circles under tho King Peter ,of Serbia llve, nurrnuml-c- d eves, nnd verv liy a few faithful officers, u I'hal-oio', o'ftcn old at ;i few minute ride from Atlteni forty-fivwhen Tho King is aufierini? from paralysis they should Ih in their prime? mm jmsMea iiiom oi Ills time In one Women sufloom of a --.mall house ovrrlooUliiR fer in (.'irlhood tho sea dotted with tlm Janteen hhIIs lrom back-neh- e, of Oreek fishermen. spine-aeli- p and headache, followed Occasionally a courier arrived from by irregularities and as a result dfceasoa UolRrndo brlngliiK word to the old of the womanly organs nre more common man from his son, Prince llcRent than any one but a physician in activo practico could supiosc. Alexander. King Petor utlll takes After long experience in the treatment nn active interest in world cunts rf women's diseases, Dr Pierce evolved a his jihslcal condition. Occavcpclablc tonic and corrective which ho sionally he rides down to Athens railed Dr. Pierce's I'avoritc Prescription. whon ho learns that a fresh hatch of This is a purely cpctnllc preparation, r .mall nnd dispatches for him has ar-- without n particle of alcohol contained in it irived. On these trljw ho is assisted When backache, lV into a siuo car attachcu to a motor dizziness a woman complains ofIhitiR looks or pain when everj ns no prcrers this slraplo cycle Mack before her cj es a dragging feeling, to tho automobile. or bearing-dowwith nervousness, sho King Peter lhes the simple life at should turn to this "temperance" herbal It can Ikj Phnleron. Ho rises early nnd retires tonic. store in the obtained in almost every drug ingredients at sunset. His food is tho simplest nrc pnntd in land and the on the plain English possible. His homo Is very modest in wrapper. Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr. Pierce, of Invalids' IIoUl, Buffalo, all Its appointments. Dcsplto his condition King Peter N. Y., will eend a trial size of tho tauieis lor ten cents. recently received a newspaperman and expressed his thanks for what piano as being "beyond Imagination." America hnd done for his country. "Serbia will never forrfet whnt In tabloid form this Is the "lightning 'America hns done for her In her need,' piano:" 'nnlil tho old King Three hundred and twenty horse"No nobler sentiment than thn) of charity can touch power A. II. C. radial engine, speed tho henrt and never has a people of ICO miles an hour near tho ground obeyed in fullest measure the prompt- Can climb to 20,000 feet In twenty ings of that sentiment as has the minutes and there maintain a speed 'American people. Noble sentiments of 130 miles nn hour. Has fireproof call forth noble sentiments and the tank, two machine guns and raok; for bombs. Christian charity of tho American twenty people, so mnrvcously organized by I.anie Hack tho Ilcd Cross, has made my own and fto heart of our people beat with a For lame back apply Chamberlain's I.lnlment twice a day and mas- feeling of profound gratitude And this sentiment is the deeper sago the muscles of tho back over because our misery was great and the seat of pain thoroughly at each America's help came promptly. Tho application. m m wnr has ceased but our misery con . tinues Responding to that need, XO SI'KCMIj Sl'KI'UAGK SI.SSIO.V, lll.ACIC SAYS 'America has worked miracles. Many tears havo been dried and much Buf Frankfort, Ky.. June 20. In re fering alleviated. "The deep sadness bo painfully ele- sponse to a telegram from tho Govcted on tho faces of our mothers, ernor of Minnesota asking him If he 1 ,.. ur sisters and our children left at wnnltl mil n unnnlnl uvuwav.. of hJ ,.u,aua oneufnn day of liberation, General Assembly to adopt the worn- homo awaiting tho suffrage amendment, Gov. Mack and brok-,an- 's barefooted, hollow-chcoke- d Rii hearted, all have given way to tho replied that such action would not "" (aillcs which now brighten tneso same expedito tho suffrage cause any, as . nncos everywhere tho Red Cross has the Kentucky General Assembly wilj meet in regular session in January. pnssed. "And this smllo of the people which He said It would bo Impossible to call ns all for you Is the best expression of a session much in advance of that hFrntltudo engrnved on their faces by time, anyhow, and tho result will not tho feeling of gratitude reflected from yet be awaiting the action of Kentuctho bottom of their hoarts and bouls ky. a tho touched by tho klndnoss and charity of the American people. ciintciiKs in nuitopi. A.vi) i:ast roit unity i"I am personally grateful for this Chrlbtian charity, marvelouB in Its Halifax, N. S., Juno 20. Bishop jray, for it has changed, Ls if by enchantment, tears and suffering into C. N Anderson, Chicago, and Bishop Bod Vincent, Southern Ohio, who, smiles and Joy. I'Sprung from tho Serbian people as with other Episcopal bishops, visited Ham, indeed, a part of them, I do as Europo and the near East In behalf they do and simply say to tho Amer- of tho proposed world conference to ican people, to all tho generous givers discuss points separating various MlAincrica who havo made and are churches of Christendom, arrived on the from England making this wonderful work of the here y ou, Aqultnnla. Red Cross possible, "Thank Tho delegation. Bishop Anderson thank you, with all my heart." said, visited all tho churches in tho in MOTIII.lt STATIC Til T MI.XIH.X- - east, obtaining their iVllAIili'S ('IMI.I. 'JON'M IS I)i:ST tho conference. It also went to Norway and Sweden, finding ScandinaFOIt t'lllI.DllIa.V. vian churches sympathetic with tho Goldsboro, N. C Jan. 29, 191C. Dr movement and ready to participate. Ind. 'jjtfc. Mcndenhall, Evansvllle, At Homo it was graciously receivws Ta, Plcaso send mo six bottles Menden- - ed by tho Popo, but His Holiness did li" to tho Foer ftall's Chill & keep ItTonic as Inone of not appoint reprcsentatves added. confind It ference, Bishop Anderson hero ."fto druggists ,bo useful and a good tonic for my children, I used it nil tho time when lmYiUT l.WAIill) IK OHIO VOTES WET, BELIEF IjTllvcd in Louisiana and am bo anx ious to get it again. Send C O. D., Columbus, Ohio, Juno 20. "Weto" express, llespectfully, Mrs. J. A. y following the de Haynes, 310 S. William St., Coldsuo-"foJj- nro.Jubllcnt Sold by Ohio County Drt.t clslon of Common Pleas Judgo DIUoi C that Ohloans may voto tho LegisCompany, lature's action in ratifying the FedEWHO PAYS FOIt AIIVKKTISIXO? eral prohibition amondnient. Oni( ls among tho thirty-si- x States Hated in Now York, Juno 21. Who pays tho proclamation putting national itorTadvertislng? Is the cost of ndver- - prohibition in forco. Officials of tho Ittslng added to'tho cost of tho goods? Ohio Homo Hulo Associations claim tNoTnuBWiiu a biiUotin from the Airaa- - tho proclamatlo uwlll bo invalid if Ul I"" tho Stato votes wet. jlftiaiCU .AUVITIIS1IIH VylHUO d, n, HI m li V. IV ' t W'l i ro dcpoid on womanly health. What fa it that makes our Of Service When Peace Is Declared. Frankfort, Ky , Juno 20. Gov. Black will proclaim that tho Kentuc ky National Guard, as It oxlsted prior to its merger into the Federal Army still exists, and that when tho men wero mustered into Fedornl sorvlcc they woro not permanently discharged from tho Nntional Guard, notwithstanding a presidential ordor to that effect. This proclamation will be issued, not for tho purpose of. holding soldiers In unwilling sorvlco to the State but to preserve tho National Guar, organization of these regiments, st that they can receive Federal equip ment and the military approprlatloi from the Government for encamp monts and rlflo prnctico during tht year 1919-20. i w e , dc-!lt- o n, one-poun- d Gov. Black said his proclamation will bo bo worded that the men wil receive credit on their enlistment for the period of their service in tin United States army, nftd anyone whi desires to leave the Guard may do so Unless this is dono Kentucky wil have no National Guard and recelv. no Federal appropriation for the nex year. The four companies of Stat j guards will cease to exist when peac is declared and it is probable the! personnel in many cases will no mensuro up to physical requirement for the National Guard. Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy Ellis has re celved instructions from tho War Dt partment to send in tho number o men In the National Guard as of Jun 30 for the purpose of apportionln, militia funds to the State. Attorney General Charles S. Morrl said the United State Supreme Court In a recent case from Massachusetts held that discharge from the Nationa Guard, when the men were called int Federal service, was a temporary dif simply suspending thei charge, status as guardsmen. It is the Attor n'ey General's opinion that only th Governor, as commander in chief o the State troops, can muster then out of tho State service. He ant General Ellis laid the situation befor Gov. Black, who acquiesced in thei view, and is preparing tho order. mmm wn 'i Little npprecinted when we have it. Most desired of all earthly possessions when we lmve it not. Yet, for most of us, keeping well is n simplo matter, and getting veil again v. hen we arc sick, is f.1 '"'XS. often wholly within our power. ('ablfi ' Doctors tell us that about nine out of ten of z, lW( human ailments arc the result of constipation. is., Thousands of persons nrc constipated without realizing how much harm nnd even danger may result. liri'rVirT An appalling list of diseases have their start in this neglect of ourselves. High blood pressure, nervous li'Aia,A breakdown, apoplexy, artcrio sclerosis, rheumatism these are but a few of the many that result ifc"i r .Mjiv'i,jif sgglehiefl y' from constipation. gjtjy Ft m 'ealth MfwMm - ats: M l M tomr mm iw. JiL, The Story of a Well Man" is a helpful, entertaining book let that tells a true story of a man suffering from nervous breakdown and high blood pressure in search of health. The success that attended his efforts has a personal application to you. r Mir tix vwy avuacc ruro txKxr, nnHAMjntuunii irtmtaALWATiRi This booklet has been the means of helping thousands from sccnyd confirmed invalidism to robust health. It also tells thcvonderful story of Devonia, the American Medicinal Water, 'and what it has done for those who needed help to restore them to sound health. "what 3 If- Wl V 111 11 II In some way Devonia seems to get right HI) WII....,,,Y'UU lk,. " ' "rT-a- v . - tvtj.i. Hill IIN.U kajhirilH H-, U ll ' Hlllllllllllllll I1 I Dill at the root of physical troubles, and ban- Pi " U'. aJJK-- l ishes their cause, thus restoring the bodily functions to normal activity and vigor. Devonia is prescribed and recommended by our most highly esteemed physicians. V Take a Tablcspoonful of Devonia to a Glassful of for which you have not been able to secure desired relief, try Devonia a in a glass of Avater. We believe you will find the results most beneficial. Anyway, learn more about it by sending for "The Story of a Well Man." A copy will be sent you free. Devonia is on sale at all drug stores. table-spoonf- If you are suffering from some ailment ul ... .... watr. Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, erf Palmer, Okla., writes: " From tho time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. 1 would think could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . 1 decided to Owensboro, Ky. Please send me your free booklet, "The Story of a Well Man," telling of Devonia, the derful American Medicinal Mineral Water, and what it has done. NAME THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, won- ADDRESS.. Building ExccutWe Offices: Owensboro, Ky. Louisville Office t 1415 Springs and Bottling Plant, Lorain, Ohio Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio. ... mkmtmA I.. liillrriiTn InSlnl. to-da- TAKE ititfrizivilfJ4trttft&iffiwtij''fttf,' i 9lnvtiAfl The Woman's Tonic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that 1 have not a pain, . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardul, and I am still in good health. . . 1 would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If yoitsuffcrpaincaused from womanly trouble, or If you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-d- o wn Bystcm, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. N. to-da- 'III. Mitt 'H'llll 'I I i Mil II ' II Hi II mMWtWftV''u" ,X. KS" 1 11111111111,1 tWorld lUtflH lies, in proportion to oxlsting rontB "overhead ox- other iSBes" means that a merchant who Sertlsr cm take a smaller margin rrfrproflt On each sale and sun mai.o fTfor profltH by tho whole operation ...m... AM IIW lull Jllttiw mi i.ita,, hwilee Truthful adverting stimu- sales and greater volumo of THE IIETTEH OF TWO cff,rvijss 1 'I I l ! Tobcccii Co. Ilv illi r WW IP ;J" 111 fiOOl) WAY. - L- - wain . JM v n INC. PI.AMJ HAS l.HMIII.E A.N HOUU SPKI.D . i- ,Th8e aro tho maohlnes Gonaral head of thu air foroo, referrod lM whou no annouacu a new iji'o m Pl.n '-juho n t., -- ii.v five ii0n"O", i "llhtnl'iE, pMne" has boon dollvored. hee-jjjyt- he Making a "woalth haap" has two processus addition and multlplita tlon. Saving Is addition a dol'nr nnd a dollar und a dollar. It cuuum emitr as ono goes along but the Iuokmko Is'no fnstor lioxt yoar thun now Whon you sot tho dollar to work Your pi.o that la multiplication. grows slowly this yoar, a Iltt.i f.isler still a little faster, than factor md faster, till Interest outrun saving War Saving Stamp do mora than add dollar to dollar. They begin to multiply, 1 sg All Druggists yf WW a i i BuWgggfeaaafl 3 v llit ?Mum K'vwCssSS XI pletely. That's because it has the quality! And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fragrance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy pipe or makin's cigarette without a comeback I Toddv red bans, tidy red tins, handsome pound and tin humidor and that clever, practical pound crystal glati humidor with eponge moistcntr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. listening post and you'll get the Prince Albert call, all right! You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and , get so much tobacco joy out of every puff you'll wish you had been born twins! For, Prince Albert puts oyer a turn new to every man fond of a pipe or a home made cigarette. It wins your glad hand com- L, I AY your smoketaste flush up against a half pound tmmmwm 3 j R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- m. N. C. r The Hartford Republican PiiMMicd Weekly by BARTFOKD I'lUNTINO COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSIiKY, Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered nccordlng to law nt the Poetofilco, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of the second class. Address all communications, to The Hartford Republican. U NOTICE TO SUBSCKIBEnS. Brfrirnci in in nit In ir tho to ?i"w Sd?inus.ttfc5 pthVss reaucst Tor a consldcrnblo length of tlmo wo hao been running, on another pngo in this paper, what wo term or designate as "A Farm Department". Wo have gone to considerable pains and hnvo with a degree of pride, pre faced this column from week to week. We hiive, as wo thought, skimmed the cream from all that we could obtain beneficial to farmers, stockmen, gardeners and those interested in poultrv production. If wo can bo, or have boon of even a little bit of service to cither of theso classes wo feel repaid for quite an amount of reading and work. We would call your special attention to this depart meat and ask that whatever ?ou find "f Interest and merit yoa c'i at.il place p BaaaaaWaaiaaaMMaalHHMaBalaMaaM I I lohe STAR j HARTFORD, KENTUCKY THEATER I J THREE SHOWS FRIDAY, JULY 4th THREE SHOWS I ture reference. - ' I- "- '" arose above the high prices of tho m opening after their several reactions. Headlines In a Democratic paper MARKET HARDENS AS state that Wilson will attack the ReFOE ACCEPTS PACT REMEMBER AT THE POLLS. publican Party and carry the war to the people. Thought we were to have New York, June 23. News of Ger- The doors of every common school eternal peace. many s unconditional acceptance of In Kentutky will bi cosed on ho first Tor one of the best and most valu the peace terms came to Wall street Monday 1n July. There will be no able articles fouwi in our Farm De- by way of London around 1:30 p. m J school until the first Monday in Au-te- n or twelve minutes later than the gust and possibly no school until the partment this vi ick, vo acvn iwlcde ourselves indebtel to Mr. .McCrackcn, .ssociateu rress Hashed It from Paris, first Monday in September. Tho stock market hardened imThis loss of time to the tchool chilOhio county's en.'rjeilc farm mediately although with little show dren in Kentuky h.s o aIonod of activity. Some important stocks by ir.o infamous, rldici.lou . illegal We presume that Mr. Wilson, that Is, Prelsdent Woodrow Wilson, formerly of New Jersey and Washington, D. C, but now of Paris, France, will bo in the U. S. A. along about November 4th., next, or before, to tell us Just how to vote, in order that tho Country may go democratic. i Business Locals and Notices 10c Dc per lino for addition With this issue, and perhaps for a al insertion. I Obituaries, nesolutiqns and Cards Miort period in the near future, of Thanks, 5c por line, money In ad assume, in auuiuon 10 mo uuues ncre- tofore performed, nil of those duties Church Notices tor "rvices free, (IgcharBed by atP. Thomas, who r Anonymous communications will tired, or severed his connection wl'h this paper with the Issue of last week rocelvo no attention. I am not presuming to do the work that he did but am merely filling in TELEPHONES. There is so much, and g&rTiiany dif1M Cumberland CO ferent kinds o fwork to be" done, eve Farmers Mutual fcrent kinds of work to be done, even "" on a Country Weekly, that most peoJmc PllIDAY ple would be astounded at tho volume and variety. Therefore, I beg and entreat you, that you overlook ANNOUNCEMENTS and excuse, if possible, the short comings of the Republican while I am We are authorized to announce, J. responsible for the things that do not, S. Mason a candidate for Representa- as well as the things that do appear tive of Ohio county, subject to the in its columns. I am resolved to put action of the Republican party at forth an honest effort, and over my , the primary election August 2, 1919. frailties and failures I beg that you generously cast the mantle of charity. We are authorized to announce 31 YEARS OLD. George Baker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for the nomination for With this issue tlio Republican State Senator in the 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of passes beyond the 31st year of its exMuhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub- istence, and during this period of years it has had the sup ject to the action of tho Republican thirty-on- e party at the primary election, August port of this community to n degree, most satisfying. We enter- - upon the 2. 1919. thirty-secon- d year of our life with a to announce firm and steadfast resolution to do We are authorized Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg those things and follow such a course County, as a candidate for the nomi always, as will be to the best interest natiir. tor State Senator in the 7th of all the people of Ohio county, as district, composed of we may be given light to see it. If Senatorial , Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- within the scope of a Country"Week-lyoperated as best we may, we can to the action of the I.'e- ties, subject pubii.on Party at the primary elec- be of benefit to our readers, patrons tion to be held August 2nd., 191 J. and the communities in general, through which we circulate, we shall be immensely gratified ami count ourWe are authorized to announce of Greenville, selves repaid an hundred fold. To Belcher, Newton County, a candidate those who have lent aid to this paper, Muhlenburg Republican Nomination for through both storm and sunbhin, for the wo are State Senator In the 7th Dlitrict, com estly extremely grateful and earnsolicit your further indulgence posed of Butler, Ohio and Muhlen primary and support, promising in return to burg counties, subject to the you, and the comElection to be held Saturday, Augu3t do our utmost that munity may get value received for 2nd., 1919. )er line, nnd ' 1 Ililil l&1 L h m v kl Jrf jPT&J fi & 1 H 1 1mmW 1 4 & m d B M HLvJSm In HI3m 1 1 I I I I The Like Has K? n If I M Fill ' i p 'would a J 1 Im B1 m ! y A I I I h ...'a nKTUjn Never Been Seen Before WS'ii 1 Surpassing in Greatness "Birth of a Nation" and "Intollerance." MUST NOT MISS IT The Sweetest Love Story Ever Told Eighteen Months in the Making BM3"HTirMtBB gm Wrmr oiThe 1 Great War a Tonic for Americanism I 'aaaaaF 'mothers Battle Scenes on the Battlefields of France (Under Auspices of the British War Office) Admission $1.10, War Tax Included. and expensive tev book a icptlor. made under the orders of Governor Stanley and his associates on the Text Book Commission. Nothing so infdi.toiiE has cvr or-Jin Kentucuy The wi. pi on if it had been carripd Into effptt Shows 2:00, 6:00 and 8:30. havo cost tho fathers and of Kentucky, three million dollars, which would bio gone in the 'pockets of tho graftci-- . Vho fourt AppciIh decision robbery Lut under Democratic man- at,- - nint it has occasioned n delay of ed the investment. from ono to two months lc oroning the common schools. Mr Voter, romumber tho children of Kentucky when you voto in November Vote against this outrago by casting your ballot under tho Log Cabin. ot WWWWrVWr SIT STEADY IN THE BOAT Wo note these lines In an exchange "Contrary to tho Mexican's expectations, tho United States did not send any notes when Villa's bandetta fired across tho border. Instead they sent cavalrymen &c." Sure, absolutely no chanco for noto writing, it was eithor light or nothing Tho official Noto Writer of tho United States is not at home. Seve Money -. T vL" j;i - It's a rather strange noise, to wo old rofcldonters, thLs one of tho tractors operating within sound of tho sleepy old town, both day and night Progmuivo changos in tho methods of farming boon as rapid as In any other calling. When 1 was a boy ami for eeiHl years thereafter, my plowing was done with an old, hand-inad- a plow, fitted to a wooden helve tmd beam, all made by Uncle Dick whom William! and his only Uncle Jack Collins (col ) uov rvlve. I'm not so old either, not o old. lie abHi,-t;uitB- 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 mon- frjSafeffi&s yW- fe .war I.HVrt ... '."iJV.Tfc vrlreD-"--- T " .T.K..ff L iflP1 ST- i :rw -" - - - 3 $ ey, and provide against misfortune and the day 61 q$ a i i i;. i ! ti 'i i v.o itin n i ui t been ihlnkini every day could report that ih. t v. - ,it peace, that the Qer- igurd the tonus, But as h-- 6 , age. . t. liin i .. have not signed, j iv that the Uochi 'Ui v ii uhu aid wgn out lor torn reaaoi i oi ii' able to stave It oil I u Md thu. the uacer- $nat thove our 4! UatalY U4 WW m H MM a&utat & kail vt . Z. . . ... mmm ,. German rt appfira to b no more ui',iUhed fait nu than , n ihrve moittho ago. be-- iui i ' Owing to the enormous demand, sales have exceeded productions of the FAMOUS MAXWELL MOTOR CARS. There is a reason for this condition, which summed up, means that smart purchasers of automobiles take the CAR IN WHICH THEY GET THE MOST AND BEST FOR THE MONEY INVESTED. That's why the MAXWEHL sells so first. About July 7th to 8th, we will receive a large shipment They will be of the 1920 model, the latest and best thing made in tip way of popular priced cars. Wait I Look them over. Trtafc yourself right by inspecting this new car. , execution oi i:io i e f t hi BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. 6-- --- ACTON BROTHER HARTFORD, KY, t Vi i i i ' - u ... iw, 01 . rvVVfavVVVVVQVVVV V VV WW VV V V AAWWfiWtf3l . L. A Sandofur, of Itob Roy, was In Hnrtford on business, Wednesday. A Sunday School I'lcnlc will bd glvon nt Sulphur Springs next Sun- W&Q9Q&QG&GSQm9&SG&Q9GGGS&999GQGteBG&& day. u inlflirJi'Kga-' 1 Enjoy tho great National day by seeing tho nicest show on tho screen, Dadd Long Less. A destructive rainfall visited that portion of tho county adjacent to Fordsvllle, Monday night. r i SgSK. tv p &zsC4tt -f?arti,& 1 IP SMART APPAREL FOR SUMMER WEAR Assembled here is everything you need for your summer outfit. ?5 (ftSM HALF-PRICE ZKy ffev -- 0 -V "Hearts of the World" surpasses Birth of a Nation, and dwarfs all other productions Louisville I am prepared to bottom your chairs. Bring them to me. STEVE HINES, 49tf (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. Messrs. W. S. Dean, J. B. Wester-fieland Squire T. A. Evans, of Fordsvllle, were In Hartford on business, Wednesday. d Smart dresses in Silks, Satins and Georgettas. Also combinations of two fabrics. Charming designs in Silks and Fancy Wash Goods, as well as all the plain colors and white, from which you can make your clothes to suit your individual g g 3 MILLINERY M Following our policy we will place on sale Friday morning our entire stock of millinery at exactly r . price. Our reason for this is that we do not care to cany over a single hat, hence our loss will be your opportunity to get a hat at very low price. Remember that this sale lasts only TWO No hat charged at DAYS, Friday and Saturday. this price CASH ONY. See us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. John Phlpps, aftor quite an extended visit to Europe, under escort of Uncle Sam, arrived at his homo In Hartford, Sunday. Mrs. Ed Ellhlngcr, of St. Louis. Mo , Is with H. Lee, who S. taste. The New Parasols and Umbrellas are very attractive and you will want one. A New Corset is a summer necessity. We have models adapted to all figures, and in all sizes. Priced from S1.50 to $5.00. ., J, . Remember, vour Summer Hat reauirements should be looked after at once. Special inducements on many hats in our Millinery Department. The season's lat- - 9 est are produced regularly here in our work rooms. 2 Bi reductions on Ladies' Coats, Suits, Capes, Cloaks, S and Dolmans. Every number is a good one, and we have made the low prices in order to close out every garment left. her grandfather, Mr. 1b ill at tho homo of Ellis of this place C. B. Miss Mary Rowe, of Lexington, Ky be a guest for some time. , arrived at the home of Prof, and MrG Ozna Shults Tuesday, where she will Mrs H. E. Mischko and children, Walter and Vernon, are visiting Mn Mlschkc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith, of Mt. Vernon, lnd. Eugene Allen returned to Bowling Oreen Wednesday, after a brief visit with his father a,nd mother, Mr. and Mrs J. Walter Allen, of Route C. Mrs. C. E. Smith and Miss Ethel Blnkley visited relatives in Central City, Tuesday and Wednesday, re- turning homo Wednesday afternoon. The greatest screen star; the sweetest little girl; the funniest show you have ever seen at IDEAL THEATER, July 3rd and 4th Daddy Lon,; Legs. lkz&l&Gb, 4 E. P. Barnes (L Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. j wvO J' X .too, day, Juno 28th. Come, bring the ladles and kiddies. HOWARD BROS. Glt2 TUfi PIPNTP. will hn Hrnn nt Ttnl- 1 mil. west of Horton, SMur- - Cream-Buyin- g Open in Station j Hartford, Ky. By the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with their Poultry and Egg business. We want to buy more on the pound for Cream, can pay you one-thir- d Cream than you have been getting for butter and you getout of the hard work of churning. We have two j Acton Bros., are progressing nicely with their new, handsome business Messrs. John T., Vig P., and Ross houses on tho corner of Main and bo one of Morton, of Equality, were here Sat- Union streets. This will the best business houses in town urday afternoon and night attending a meeting of the Masonic Royal Arch when completed. Chapter. a. "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" tho The Ohio County Fair Grounds and most stupendous and attractive raco track aro noV in condition for picture production on the screen at tho one days special fair July 4th. this time. 3 shows, 2.00 6.00 and It will be a hummer, come and bring 8:30. STAR THEATER. JULY 4. your family. Slt2 m ?XBSSSSSSSS9S , ', J receiving days in a week for Cream, every Tuesday and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each week. Some people don't understand how to han dle Cream, they think it must be sweet b6fore we will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in person and our manager will explain to you how you can make money with less work. George W. Cooper, of near Horse You will meet your old friends and renow old acquaintances at the Fair, Branch, spent Saturday night with July 4th. Come out and enjoy In- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hudson. Mr. dependence day at tho Ohio County Cooper came down to attend the'spec-i- al meeting of Royal Arch Masons, 51t2 Fair Grounds. staged here on that date. Judge ami Mrs. C, M. Crowe and Mr. J. C. Riley, attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henand burial of Mr. Jesse D. Crowo, at derson, returned to their homo MonNew Bethel Church, near Maxwell, day, after spending tlie week-en- d with Uast Tuesday. relatives here. Mrs. R. R. Wedding, Mr. Petty's mother, accompanied Mr. . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Slack, of Wil- reuy nome lor a snori visu. i liamson, W. Va., were visitors at the home of Mrs. Slack's brother, Mr. Mr. Wilbur Rhoads, who lately It. E. Duke and Mrs. Duke from Fri- graduated from the College of Agriday until Monday. culture, K. S. U., has arrived homo and is occupying his time in steering Mutton a tractor on the farm of his father, Nice, Juicy barbecued brings more pleasure in eating than Mr. W. H. Rhoads, of near town. It will be it does to talk about. served with tho old fashioned dinner Mrs. Charlie M. Hawkins, of Ak51; at tho Fair Grounds, July 4th. ron, Ohio, who has been making an extended visit to tho family of her Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett and husband's father, Mr. Strother J. daughter, Gladys, of this placo and Hawkins, was a guest in tho home of Miss Marie Ilor, of Owensboro, were G. Schroator, of this placo, this guests of Mr. R. A. Rowan and Mrs. E. week. Rowan, of Iloflln, Sunday. THE NATIONAL SUMMER SUIT FOR MEN No need to feel like "the last rose of summer" in the Garden of Misery, just because the day is sultry or scorching. Misses Lulia Glenn. Mattyo Duke, E. D. Thomas, formerly located In Lash- Stoubeinillo, Ohio, who with his fami Winnlo D. Slmmormnn, Myrtlo brook and Mosgrs. Jumes Glonn, A. D. ly, have boon hero for several weeks, and S left for Akion, Ohio, lust Saturday, wirk. finn. itmmatt. Glenn Barnes i . v MCDOWOH A i' ogle, composou a fl & Co., Incorporated, Branch House, Owned ami Operated by Armour where Mr. Thomaa expects to locate. ' pleasuro party, who motorod to An- - jh HARTFORD, KKNTUCJCY. High View, on. Oreon J Miss Mary Murks spent' a few day ui' Ferry and with friends in Calhoun during this ItUer, Sujjday afternoon. L. T. RILEY, Manager. week. Miss Marks will teach In the ViitttHl atte Food AdmlnUtiiidnii License No. 0.2771)1. Fck Hudson, who has a poaitloa High Sohool at that plaee during the H SUmbenvllre. Ohio, airlvd here coming school year. e day ago tor a Whit with hi i Marlon Crowe? representing a Mai-ai-- o i lui'iajr,' vn. Emma Hudsun, and othMr. Hudson, together agfucy, and now locaUd In ii lelativex. W. B. BLL18 ft BRO., bare plenty ':. :ii",ille, lad, Is spending t (aw ifihia wire and elii l, w'u pre- yghe Hartford Kepumwfcn , ef goud Uy tQt Mio ed him here, wi'l muni to tho v i h"ro with his fither and rVthr; veye Stats '1 jui Jab i'! C M. Crovje and tam- 'i lgc and Mm KENTUCKY CREAMERIES ""...:.. , Summer Suit of Beat the heat in a "Keep-KooIt sheds every Palm Beach Cloth or ounce of weight; but retains every ounce of needless l" "Kool-Krash- ." style. Model is a very prepossessing The Waist-Seamodel for young men or older men who have stopped m -- counting their birthdays. Our Straw and Panama Hats are going big this spring, the price is right. Come in d see tliem. The National Summer Suit of Se j ou id Reason fy . "KEEP-KOOL- ." 1 PW" , J FOR SALE BY inr 2', "'Ks I'MiiibnCi Mourn , '1' v'nil wi'i fileiii!-- npciii la Dii' ' Vi-i- 1 You may r.ao v MEV'ITS OF THE WORI D" U I nll1 W i MpiKii ill.. A.lUUl.i CilllJ.O IWBtih , Ion uore Utyi it aetitro slu, It Il llloekport, the latter part of last week WORLD DRAMA; It goea straight (a r jitrteiv ia ii nioio r the heart; if it this human (fltaJlty See Mary Pickford In her greatt hat makes "Hearts of The WqfM" aj r,ro X& have t li-- t secured two moro! snow, ikkiuv Long L.eg; IDEAL big as mankind tt Charles ITSTiG Otbtrnn PMs Hmows. Y jui auu tin. vdiing World W E ELLIS & UKU. Pfgt i ) bL-xe- iini.ninjmy -I OP '111!: I Jul 'f, ,i."!l fUI llUJ --- i n thousands hae paid from !1 50 than Griffith i othr master jI'c iU'tio'1. "Blith ot i Nutltft.' STAR TH8ATK. I' W IIirlHr4. K IL1" for i ".i:tlS 1o 1 iil' BSCA 3J JL Hartford, Ky. C ' . f I s BRITAIN IN BAD A Q ft .' M t "They do more than please your taste they satisfy!" "'fc.-'- 'V c .'U" ' Chesterfields "let you in" on an entirely new kind of cigarette enjoyment They not only please your taste, but they do something else besides. Know what a big, juicy beefsteak does for CIHCUIT COUUT. JiuIko K. W. Slack, Owemboro. C. 13. Smith, HartLondon, Juno 21. Tho sinking of Cuin'th. Attorney is reford. the Gorman fleet in Senna Flow garded hero as tho greatest Interna- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Martional bank robbery In hlstor), what- MnMcr Comnilwloiicr tin, Hartford. ever its minor aspect may be. llrlt-nl- n must account to the allies for Trustee Jury Fund Cftl I Koown, whatever loss may have hecu suffered Hnrtford. bocnuic sho was the lut Monday In March il daye receiver of the fleet. Com'th. and Civil. Disposition of the formor Kaiser's 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. armada 1ms novor boon definitely de- let Monday In July 1 J days termined by tho allies, although varCom'th. and Civil. ious suggestions have bean advanced 3d Monday In Septoniber 12 days Including npproprlatlonment among Civil. the alllus and sinking of the whole 4th Monday In Novcmbor IX days fleet at son. Com'th. nud Civil. Only tho bsrest details grudgingly COUXTV COCItT. admitted by tho admiralty have been given to the public so far, but It is MeetB first Monday In each month. d Judge Mack Cook. safe to predict that an uproar and for n parliamentary InvestiCounty Att'y. A. D. Kirk. gation will follow publication of the Clerk W. Cv Dlankcnshlp. full news. Sheriff S. A. Brntchcr. Not only Is llrltish pride fearfully Superintendent E. S. Howard. German hurt by this twolfth-hou- r Jailer Worth Tlchenor. laugh, but the national conscience is Tily Coinml.Hsioiicr D. E. Ward. stung because of the responsibility as Buncjnr C. S. Moxlcy. sumed as curator of the German fleet. Coroner E. P. Ilodgers. Altogether It Is nn cmbarraslng conFISCAL COUKT. trast to the joy raised over the Igsurrender November 22 nominious Meets first Tuesday In April and last. October. So far as detailed news of tho af- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, fair Is concerned, tho world Is at the Route 3. mercy of the British admiralty. Be- 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beavcause, in addition to its extreme er Dam. Scapa Flow is completely 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Isolated from tho rest of the world 4Ui District G. W. Itowe, Center-towby Must Account To AHI For urcd Vcc1r Sunk, Cnpt- DIRECTORY - REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge- J. W. Coopor. 11. V. Slovens. Marshal KORDHVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. 1 Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of IMurntioii. E. S. Howard. S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hert- ford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Ooff, Koslnc, 20. Ky. Dlv. No. r er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. OHb II. Stevens, BeavC Nat Llndley, Ccntor-tow- n, Ky. Timo of Meeting 1st Monday In February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Mondny In October; 1st Monday in December. County Hoard of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. 0. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 2C Common school Hartford, diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. May, 9 and 10 Common school Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. May 16 and 17 County teachers (Whlto) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stato tcochors' examination (whlto) Fordo-vlll- e. n. admiralty restrictions. m & NOTE f Moisture-proo- package keeps them firm and fresh, whatever the weather. vour hunger? Well, Chesterfields do exactly the same thing for your smoking. They touch the "smoke-spot- " They let you know you're smoking. They SATISFY! The blend does it. And the blend is the manufacturer's secret Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. If you want a smoke that really "satisfies" ask for "Chesterfields." How'8This? We offer One Hundrrd Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been tafcen by catarrh sufferers for the paBt thirty-fiv- e years, and lias become known as tlio most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on n the Mucous surfaces, oxpellintr tlie from tho Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for n short time you will Bee n great Improvement In your pcncral health. Start taklnc Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once nnd pet rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free F J. CHHNKT A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Bold by all DHif4'" "! Fol-ro- 5th District (Itli District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze-tow- n. W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordavllle. 8th District B. C. Rhoadce, Hartford, Route C. HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCK POUT. June, 27 nnd 2S County nnd stnto teachers' examination (colorod) Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- 11 Ohio County Instituto, 20 Sept., 19 and Sept 2C County MASTEU COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. W. Taylor, Guardian. Plaintiff. Vs: Notice of Sale. Una J. Taylor, et al , Defendants. By vlrture of a Judgement and order of the Ohio Circuit Court entered at its May term, 1919, in the above s'yled action directing me to sell the within described property for the purpose of dividing the prceeds among the parties entitled thereto and paying tho costs of this action and cost of this sale, 1 will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in on Monday, Hartford, Kentucky, July 7th.. 1919 at about the hour of 12 o'clock noon, (it being regulnr county court day) upon a credit of six and 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 lino 112 U poles to a stake in said Levi Taylor's North East corner; thence west 112 ',4 poles to a stake In said Levi Taylor's line; thenco North 283 poles to a stake in John Brown's line; thence East 112 'i poles to a stake at Geo. W. Leach's Norlh West corner; thence South 2S3 poles to the beginning, containing 200 acres,' more or less. The purchaser will be required to ' execute bonds Immediately after sale In equal Installments due lu six and twelvo months, bearing C per cent in- -' terest, said bonds to have the forco and effect of a Judgement, and to bo approved by the Commissioner, and a Hon will be retained as additional security on tho land herein sold. Given under my hand thLs tho 14th day of June, 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 51t3 H. P. Taylor, Attorney. C. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Lnngford. State teachers' examination, Hartford. and 27 and (whlto) County nnd Stnto eachcrs' examination (colored) Get the and Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish GenuinetfPil AvoidmJ'X2l VCJ r?zSn Every Coke jOectric Bitters ! Succeed when everything, In nervcus prostratioa and female vvtaknesse they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. die falla. and Domestic tobaccos - blended 1M.4 h, mbMImi fWBTfYfJFn'J'Uill "HTy"11111111 rv IIILJ. Mothers NL it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggUr's counter. -- FOR KIDNY,LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE iirwfaWMewiawHMmKWMGMCnn ) -- " ja1 V AOM T use Every Woman Wants Jgfrqfc A M Vermif ' Jtl L m, GERMANY WAS SAVED ONLY BY ARMISTICE Would Have Been Beaten To Knees, Says Berlin Journal. Amsterdam, June 7 (By Mail) The German forces would have been beaten to their knees on German noil in a few weeks hut for the timely intervention of the armistice, according to a painphlot Issued by Herr Karl Vettor, editor of the Uorlinor VolkoszoltiiiiB, under the headings, and "Ludendorff Is nonponsible," "An Indictment by the Men in Gray," Herr Votter wrote: "Even in July ,1'J18, the army began to break up after it was found that, as a roult of tlio superior forces of the ouuiiiy, the position could no longer bo held. If tho armistice had not conio lu tho nick of timo in November worso would havo befallen us. In four or five weeks' timo the remnants of tho army would havo The been beaten on German soil. Klilno lund, Nation and Y"otnhalIn, would have been reduced to mine, and WMtern Germany would have gone up In flames. "iJuvurftttd Helghim would have a UiU roveiige, Hiid in the hinterland an anarchy would have iHten unchained more terrible and destructive than in Kuiwlu. "Vnif.o tliuii itO.Vunr War." "The terrori of the Thirty Years' "War would have been a trifle ah compared with what would have Germany would have beoome tha gcuitd Kuronenu llnlihovlst soviet republlo. A utiugelo would have town waged by tho lowott strata of tht proletariat against all those who hold any property whatever. "The animalism, the Immorality, Gar-nmhap-pcHie- all the terrible results of the sional killing of four years, would havo been a thousand times worse thnn they were in the present revolutionary movinent. Terrorism would have triumphed. Were Nearly Starred. "We should have starved to death, but one injustice would not have been done to the defeated and deceived millions. Tho one who is responsible would not four months after the end had come have assumed a free and easy attitude, saying with a smile, "1 am not guilty. You alono No, this injustice are responsible." would not have been done to tho poor, defeated, and deceived people In another Germany," profes-j- a projectile 11 miles In the air and 'pointed vertically it can shoot almost Scientists planning the ex 50 miles. perlment are wondering what the ether is like up there If terrestrial attraction exists or whether a projectile freed from it would' continue on its way toward the stars. m iui uiu Liwuren A Safe, Jm ne ma.r PTirr I Remedy for Worms TraiV rnntlmi-nu- t tlic t lUlit(mlal KitKVS VKUMiruOK cau oScr inn. Keepm bottle ftlirar nn hind. it will l.rl keep me Utile Obc happjr and hrallhj. urc. a bottlt ut jour drag, elut'i or ccnrral torr ; or II jour dralcr can't uppir jou rnd htn nme and 'JSe. lu tUmiM and c'll wud jea a botUn SeTentj-fiuha Is n m n; Didolvcd In vretcr for douche atopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. rinUhnm Med. Co. for ten years. A hcalinf wonder for naml catarrh, aoro throat and sore eye Economical. Has cslitonijtury .CJtil. 3iSMi3SEH PCDcnuti uvfiL-w-r uul llgl'monTcIUOnnwiir, RuMm., t..wr Mmi.V SAYS WKT AMENDMENTS AUK UNCONSTITUTIONAIj USE LIV-VER-L- AX I ( Cleveland, 0 Juno 20, Tho two wet constitutional amendments that havo been proposed by Ohio wets to legalize sales of beverage containing per cent alcohol, are In direct 2 conflict with the Federal constitution and tho Volstead prohibition enforcement bill about to be enacted by "IjADV JAXH WAS FAIU" to Wayno 11. Congross, according "Tho Lady Jane was tall and slim, Wheeler, of Washington, general n tho Lady Jano was fair." No lady enn counsel for the National be fair and beautiful with a sallow League. complexion, plmplos on the face, and skin eruptions which are causod by (10,000 IMIISONHUS IN KXCKSS OK HUN Kifll'lthS Impure blood. "Number 40 For The Mood," by Its wonderful alternative properties, cliangoa certain morbid I Paris, Thursday, June 19 German conditions of tho systom from a dis- - neuron on tho number of French eased to a healthy state, thereby re- - prisoners held in Gonnany weio duclng flesh when in excess. "Num- - lound to bo incorrect, Loo Abrami, her 40" Is omployod in dlnoaee of tho Undersecretary in tho Ministry of glandular system. In blood poison, War, announcod In tho Chamber of More than CO, (too rheumatism, catarrh, constipation. Deputies mulariu, liver, stomach and kidney French prisoners in oxcoss of the G?r- Uinlor Its use nodos, tu- inan figures woro found in Gerniiiiy. troubles. mors, sores, ulcers, mucous patches Tho number of Fronch soldiers and copper colored spots disappear as missing in acton has reached Made by J. C. Memlen- - the Undersecretary sad. If by magic. hall, 40 years a druggist, Kvansville, UKKl'SKS TO All) Ind". Sold by Ohio County Drus Co. 1'OHTICAL I'ltlSONKHS CAN "Jtlfi HHItTIIA" I'lltK SIIUMj TO TIIK STAUS? Atlantic City, N. J., June 20. Tho American Federation of Labor, In to Paris, Juue 21. "Hlg llertha" convention huro. rofuiwd i. illllcal Kuus captured from the Germans may for the releoso of be used In scientific experiments. The and induitriul prhouere convicted "Journal" say plans htve been ;nnilo under tho espionage ad otlnr w.ir- to use the big gune' propulsive power timo acts. Initoad tho Federation by adopted a modiflsd In a study of high atuinephere rottolutlon ie-means uf a ic1a1 prej&atlle. At a questing that thate aet he reecinded angle tt "Martha" tan shoot with tho formal coining of peace. Anti-Saloo- prom.tlj. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. tm . by Children that nro affected worms aro pale and sickly and liable to contract somo fatal disease. Whlto's Cream Vermifuge expels worms promptly and puts the child Prico 30c per on tho road to health. bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. Feel right nil tlio time. Don't lay cf from work for clays by tnkinjj calomej when pleasant iV- - VevLax keeps jot on your feet, whilorcliovingyour troujix le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. Vou can't nlTonl it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sya tern and relieves constipation. A nnt ural remedy, natural in itsactions, sure in its circct und certain in results. It won't bo long before win completely displace calomel in cverj home.. Children can take it freely anii with perfect bafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Noi: genuine without tho likeness and eipriA turc of L. K. Grigbby, For salo by f ' ad-HlLlAllM. Hart for MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Sarah J. Vineyard, Plaintiff. Vs. Mizella Baize, et al., Defendants. By vlrture of a Judgement and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, entered nt Its March torm, 1919, In o tho above styled action for tho of paying tho claims of tho plaintiff, amounting to $22.15, tho costs of this action and salo nnd the division of tho balance of tho proceeds among the pnrtlos entitled thflroto. I will olfor for salo at public outcry to tho hlghost and best bidder, lit tho Court House door, lu Hartford. Kentucky, on Monday, the 7th duy of July, 1919, at about the hour of 12 o'clock noon, upon a erodlt of six and twelvo months, tho following real estate, bltuatod lu Ohio county, Kontttcky, on tho waters of Muddy oreoK, and noitniioii as roi-loBeing the samo owned and hold by W. II. Stewart, his grantors und tho successors for more than forty years by paying taxe on same and actually rosiuiug on same ami claiming possession of same to n woll denned and marked boundary,. which holding was udvorse to tho world for more than forty years noxt to and before the 20th (Jay of January, 1902 and since has been so owned and hold by his widows and heirs at law, Is bounded and deorlbod as follows: Beginniug at tho mouth of a ptir-pos- ' y. branch on tho south side of Muddy creek, corner with Jack Miller, and running thenco southeasterly course with said Miller's lino to his corner with Henry Her, from thenco and easterly courso with Her to one of Iler's corners; from thenco north with Iler's lino to another of his corners; thotico easterly with another of suld Iler's lines to another ono of his corners; thenco In soiithuruly courso to Iler's corner with Jnrna-glthonco witli Jnrnagln's lino to his corner with J. 0. Loach, and from thonco with J. C. Leach's lino to his corner to Muddy creek; thonco to the Muddy creek to tho boglniiliig. containing i:!0 acres, more or loss. '1 lie purchaser will bo required to e.vHcut" bond Immediately utter hale with security to Jio accepted by tlio Commissioner, payable lu six mid twlvo mouths nnd a loin will lu retained as additional security. Glt'un under my hand us commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, this tho lltli day of Juue, 1919. OTTO C. MAHTIN, Commissioner 51t3 Woodward 6 Kirk, Taylor nnd Glenn, Attorneys. ' WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY KlvJfTVTOTm WAvSfJTiiL T- - A Treaiirenl to-da- y tk n.n mmm Hi iBfi :'Jv m for WEAK LUNGS Of Signature of FOR ONE MONTH In Use ForOver30 Ycors A quick for thai tired, rundown Icellnc. cousin, paint la clioil. uljhl tueali, Always bears j0 weak lunci or coniumplloa, dock the Lrmor-ibacet, For Infants nnd Children T T Mr mini V i mT i m CONSUMPTION rV yAatffiTcJ&ti i BBincip yuu ii coita you noioiog. m Lock nox 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO, COHJMDUB.O. II It will cnnlilo tho poultryman to detor- jmlno readily Ihu ago and brooding ond to koop any olhor rocordn desired. .Tho chicks nhould ho marked hoforo Ulioy aro transferred to tho liroodor or brood coop. flunrd Wheat Against lluta and Mice. Tho greatest wheat crop over produced In America will soon ho harvested, drain olovators will Boon bo-- c into veritable treasuries which thlov-In- g rats and mice will break Into if they can. Don't feed $2.2G wheat to rats and mlco, says tho United States Department of Agriculture Traps, poison construction will stop and their raids. The arch enemies of stored grain are dampnea3 and rodent peats rats and mice. An clovator with a leaky roof Is only a llttlo worse than ono allowing free entry to rats and mlco Tho present prlco of. wheat makes a tolling appeal for construcNow Is tho tion of wheat containers. tlmo to fill rat holoa with cement or cover hem with sheet Iron, and to granaries of build new mouse-proo- f K'lther concrete or galvanized sheet Iron. Where rats and mice have plenty of food and arc unmolested they multiply ovenvholmlngly. For example, In Australia, during th great war, sacks of wheat stacked In high piles awaiting shipment, became infested by mice which riddled the sacks and destroyed a largo part of the contents before preventive steps were taken Under similar circumstances a like result wouldlnedbuaapaan rosult would inevitably occur In this country. Whcro it is lmpractlcablo to provide tight containers for stored products steps should bo taken Immediately to trap or poLsow rats and mice in the general vicinity of storage buldlng3, and should bo continued till tho last bushel Is disposed of. Tho United States Department of Agriculture furnishes plans and bills granaries, of materials for and In its Farmors" Ilulletln SDC describes various methods of destroying rats and mice. These publications may be had free on application. I rat-pro- of ' rat-pro- of rat-pro- of loo punch will holp to avoid this an'l Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you use a cultivator you want thorough cultivation first of all. But you want to get tills result in the shortest possible time and with the least possible labor. We want you to sec why using the John Dccre KC Cultivator docs away with the necessity for hard work, and at the same time gets the most thorough results. Here nrc just a few of iti features that will appeal to you. Using it, you can meet every field condition without stopping No to make adjustments. wrench is necessary. Cultivation at even depth and distance of cultivation from the ro.v ore accurately regulated by means of handy levers. Because of its parallel shift rl;3, its shovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail in dodging Aw&&9' Ji- - J&SW&&& vf&JsSSSSW Notice the Nods They're scientifically placed to prevent skids and those dangerous side slips. thoreuili cultivation over all of the field. The rigs shift quickly in response to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs 13 as natural as walking. Wc want you to get into the seat of this cultivator and see for yourself hov handy nd reliable it is. We've never seen labor its equal for time-savin- on crooked rows. No uncultivated spots nrc left. You get Their f irm,'sure grip means safety. And yet, they don't "fight the road." saving, the field. g work in F 'RovalCortr 'Nobby' 'Chalif 'Usco' Just the tires for our kind of roads. 'There are four other United States Tires every one of them a good Don't fail to come in early and Set acquainted with the "K C." J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ve- r JF2 m 'Tlaln' $?l M tire. ' '5V$'9' N Dam. Ky. Holli Phones. No matter what your individual , needs may be, we can fill them. FARM DEPARTMENT. Mff' fcVl L&. iA- - A ft 't l T.tv k k' is It Is our oarnest dosirc that this thoso insects may bo found on such column bo of real lntorost and worth weeds as JImson weed, ragweed, holto farmers, stockmen, gardeners and lyhock and lamb's quarters. 'Complete eradication depends uppoultry raisers. To mako it worth while and sorvo tho pttrposo for which on the thoroughness of application of . It is Intended, clip whatovor appears tho spray." ' """MOnmS L. :UcCTUCKEN, to you, to bo of bonotlt olthor to jourself or neighbor, and from th; Emorgoncy Demonstration Agent. Hartford, Kontucky. clippings make a scrap book. It will pay you big dividends. "Pinch," Dip Or l!nih To Fight Poultry "Coot Irs." This office has had numorous InRecent experiments by tho Unltod quiries of late on methods of conof Agriculture trolling plant lice. These tiny svc!.-in- g States Department Insects seem to bo prosonl In all have shown that a very satisfactory portions of the Stato as tho Coll tge way of eliminating lico from poultry of AKculturo has received as many la to treat each fowl soparately with as 2 imI loiters of Inquiry In a slnglo sodium fluorld. Commercial sodium (luorid may bo purchased at most day drug stores at from 30 to 60 cents Thev aro attacking potatoes, grapes and parsley tt this a pound and may be applied either "pinch" method or particular timo. Tho gardener or by the farmer should got out his uniu'l or by means of a duster mado by punchhis hirgo spray gun and go aftor thorn ing small nail holes in the bottom of cover or at o'ico. Tho following ir.Ttnctioni a can having a tight-fittin- g G7. by dipping. It tho pinch method Is are opled from Circular No "Aphides or Plant Lice" I,riiMot used, tho bird is hold on a table while a pinch of sodium fluorld is applied imbi'in. College of Agriculture. next to tho skin under the feathers, Ky. "Tobacco decoration can oo mnJo as follows: Ono pinch under the by cooking two pounds if to'ncco head, ono on tho neck, two on tho stoma or dust In four gallons of water back, ond on the breast, ono below for hour.. Caro should be tuU'n tho vent, ono on the tail, ono on each not lo allow this mlxturo to boll thigh ,and ono on tho underside of Drain off tho liquid and dlln'o at tho caclu wing. Tho feathors should bo rate of ono part of thU solution ti ruffled to allow tho powdor to got eight parts of water. Tnts decon-tlo- n next to the skin. If tho bird is held has a tondenoy to I030 it? In a largo shallow pan, tho small Specific Information that will atrongth If allowed to statu', any quantity of powder which falls off iho United States Department of length of tlmo. Tho nlcuu:iu ult.-tlo- n will be saved. If tho powder Is dustcan bo bought In a roinn eri il ed on by means of a shaker tho Agriculture to proceed to the prnpar of alleged vlolttu ns ol form which has boon four.1 lo ho vory amount of sodium, fluorld usod may bo reduced by using 4 parts, of road tho Grain Standards Act, or i' in Gutislactory and Is oaslly diluted Slnco pUnt lico aro ifun fvmd dust or fjoui to 1 part of the chemi-ca- li correct application of tho standards This nothod requires tho undor tho Act, is desired by the Deon tho unJ.ii side of the Isavoa, it suggestions of a second person to hold and partment; constructlvo necessary t- - use a sra i;lvlng a ij and advlco always recolvo the DepartMrh pressun thoroby I reining the turn tho fowl. When largo numbors of birds aro ment's consideration. Tho Depart solution up Into a flno mist. Do not bo content to spray tho tops of tho to be treated tho sodium fluorld may merit Is enabled to render Interior n, be uaeil in tho form of a dip, using grain dealors and millers and farmleavoa for this will not glvo but uso an nnglo nozin. or 1 ounco of commercial :odium fluorld ers much of tho service they desire, In cao an auglo nozzln canno bo se to oach gallon of water. The bird If they will oxercise their rights u cured, bond tho extension rod so that should bo hold by tho wings and grnniou uuuer mo urain sianuarus tho nozzle will stand at uu .uqilu of plungod into a tub full of tho solu- Act. tion, loavtng tho hoad out, whilo tho Wt . thU oq about JO d.vteMiiUIiix StreiiRlh from Milk. and a t od prossuru pimp th feailie's are ruff hid with tho hand to d Plopty of milk Ih ono of the allow tho si'Iutlon to penetrate to the umler sldo of tho leaves can b with tho spray. Remember bktii. Tlia head Is thou ducked ono slmplost ways of Improving tho gen- that this is a qontact spray and In or twice and tho bird allowed to stand .oral health of chlldron, authorities order to do good work it mus' imno a minute to drain and then roloased. beliovo, and homo demonstration One tip Dipping is just as effective as tho 'agents of the United States Depart in contact with tio Insect plication, If thoroughly applied, will othor methods, but should not bo ment of Agriculturo and the State sorvo to control those Insects. How-ove- r, used on very weak or young birds or colleges are making special efforts to create public interest so that every tho crops should bo examined hi cold or damp weather. Ono pound of sodium fluorld will child will get his share. In some to mako sure that ovory fow days Figuring a person's cities, where many chlldron havo boon tUa Insects havo boeu entirely de- treat 100 birds. tlmo at 20 conts an hour and tho drug found undernourished and undersizstroyed. "Tho commercial 40 per cent nico at 10 conts a pound, It has been esti- ed, milk Is served In the schools. In to 2 teaspoonfuls mated that It costs about $1.25 to 19 Indianapolis schools 2,000 chiltlno solution, 1 to a gallon of water, or about 1 to treat 100 fowls b tho pinch method dren have boon served a halt pint of milk each school day during tho pabt COO, plus 1 oz,, of laundry soap, Is al Poultry ralsors frequently make yoar. The milk is dollvered at the most satisfactory spraying half-pifor tho control of these plant the mistake of keeping old hens on tho schools in individual their farms and killing the younger bottles. A hole-- is punched in tho lico. cap of tho bottle and a straw Is in"Two or throe applications throe or hons and pullets bocuuso thoy aro to distinguish thorn after the serted. Tho children help themnecessary tc four daya apart may bo pullets havo matured. Marking tho selves as they march past, and aftercontrol, "Practico clean cultivation, since chicks when thoy aro young with x wards they return tho empty bottles one-thirlf ce Oue-tliir- d Aero Produces $SXi. Rose Durda, of Stark County, N. Dak., was awarded tho championship of tho Stato In the boys' and girls' gardening club project last year d of an aero the grew On Her $235.94 worth of vegetables. club Is ono of thousands organized by the United States Department of Agriculturo and State agricultural colleges. "I Joined the garden club again this year because I found It so Interesting last year," she reported to her county leader. "Ono of tho troubles I had with my garden was the heavy rains. Twico tho garden was Hooded. Tho firs' rain washed out some of tho vegetables and drowned some. The damage wasn't so bad, as tho vegetables soon picked up. Tho second heavy rain washed out over a hundred feet were of cabbage. Tho neighbors cupplled wlt'h cahbago out of my gar-dofor some of It was carried as far as 2 miles. "Tho most Interesting work was canning what my garden grew. 1 canned 47 quarts of vegetables by tho cold-puc- k I also made over method I dried 7 lbs., 30 quarts of picklos. of corn and 5 pounds of beans. I stored for winter 4 bushels of car rots, 2 bushels of onions, one-habushol of parsnips, S bushels of ruta bagas, and 100 pounds of cabbage This year I havo also canned 25 qts of beet. It kept fino and tasted like fresh meat when used. n, United States Tires Tires . are-Good HARTFORD MOTOR CO BENNETT & COMPANY COATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) McHENRY MANUFACTURING MRS. N. C. ILER (W. G. Her) er HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. & MACHINE COMPANY. TV McHENRY, KY. ROCKPORT, KENTUCKY. for all future time our children might on Memorial Day and at other time3 visit them and pay proper respect to their memory? If you have the itch, don't scratch. to tho rack This work In Indiana-pol- ls bring any of the bodies home," said is maintained by the parent-teachWood. "The Administration has takclubs, but It is largoly self- - en a view which apparently harmonsupporting. The majority of the izes with the French statute. It 13 r. long way across the water to the chlldron pay 3 cents a day, or 3 cents for milk and crackers. Those graves of the sons and brothers and who can not pay get the milk free. sweethearts and husbands who died Tho children aro measured and fighting for civilization. A great weighed, and the chart of each child j many will never.be able to afford the is kopt in his schoolroom, so he may ! trip to the remains of those who were see whether he is normal or below. tho most precious thing in life to All the children are much Interested ithem. Why should they He there In In weighing what they should weigh. a foreign land and among strangers Tho teachers report a marked Im- when our ships might bring them provement In the school work and In our cemeteries whore want tho work continued. The Indiana home to rest home demonstration agents cooperate with the county welfare committees in weighing and measuring the children. It does not cure tho troublo and Bat-lard- makps tho skin bleed. Apply 's Snow Liniment. Rub it in gently on tho affected parts. It relieves Itching instantly and a few applications removes the cause thus performing a permanent cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m asjEsm SiigRCstlon To Shippers Of Hogs. I deslro to call your attention to tho siiPL'e.qtlnn from Mr. O. B. Liv on-al- lo onr-vlc- es sntU-fartlo- ingston, of Madisonville, Kentucky as to how he has been able to reduce shrlnkago on hogs when shipping during hot weather. He stated: "Three times during the heated torm oj: this summor, in car load lots, I have reduced tho shrlnkago a't least 30 per cent by tho simplo expsdlont of placing In oach car with the hogs three' 100 pound cakes of lco, upon the floor of the car at equal intervals. This lco costs 50c per 100 and ?40 or $50 nor car can be saved, by Its use In preventing shrinkage in tho weight of hogs." Try this slinnlo suggestion for what it Is worth. It may savo you many ';yr. Net Contents 15Fluid Drachm liU.M KIU For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 'i;MS .;: i'AYc$claMcrrcparation6rAJ tinQUicaiwaaouiaimu ii s CM '5rt. .f Thcrct5'lVomoiln4DMcsttaB f Always Bears tlie Signature ChccrrulncssandRcsLCoa'Jtft neither Opium.Morphuienw $$ .W Use dollars. MAT S. COHEN, ..Mi'1 . Mineral. i - ;ii-jn- Department of Agriculture. Frankfort, Ky. r L . Not Narcotic ' i , cov-oro- Mists CASTOR 'A : Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S :t:5V"j S:c SS' ' fam Si tna-torl- nt un-ab- lo WANTS SOMHKK DI3AI) III3UH. AVashlngton, Juno Declaring thnt It Is an outrage to keep the bodies of American soldiers in French soil in opposition to tho wishes of parents and other near relatives of the do- ceased heroes, Representative Will It. Wood. Republican, of tho 10th In dlana district, has Introduced a reso lution to put Congress on record as requesting Franco to repeal or modl.y an existing French statute which pre vents tho exhumation and removul of bodies. "As long as this French law stands In tho way it will bo Impossible to m TiT'Tr 'constipaUandDiarrjoMj l 'rcsuttinithfrcfrora-injnfaocy- it ,..r..D.m.Hvfor .,.,.( F..verishncss " ..e.prp -. .LOSS ur "J". racbimilcSifinatare"1- ffij :.&!. S- -?' 'Srssis. P.tjfcUih . IRS-- j For Over iKCfi i Thirty Years NEyTruMi CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMI MNTAUR MaMNI, HV 0 PITT c ... O L ' Personal News tig and Social Euents, Got your Soj Hco;... it W. E. KliMS & 11110. Mm. John T. Mooro and diiURhtor, Isabollo, of LouIhvIHo, :iru visiting rulittlvoi In Hartford. " I r T-- rvo ii, ??Lk(): , ;- - .? k aX .2 s '. jf x L .1 I? 25 D n) n Mrs. W. Ij. Acton, of Owonalioro, wns n gtiost at tho home oi Mr. and Mrs. II. 8. Kills a fow day lant weak. Tho doublo flholf, STEIlMNa OIL STOVE mounted on cnstorn, together with tho famous H0S3 OVKN Ih sold by ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. P. L. Felix 2 w- - - ? 1 t I! e a left hero Monday for Roston, where : ho will Join Mrs. Felix as gnosis of their daughter, Mrs. C. U. Klnskcrn and Mr. Klns-kor- n (Kully) Riley will go to Louisville twlay to attend a meotlii' rf Vrmour & Co loi'roiuntatlvog who are located within tho Louisville dlb-tr.LT K SSv3s ay , O'llAunon, of Carrollton, rolntlvos In Central City for a visit and Is expected here with her sister, Mrs. R. E Duke nsd Mr Duke. ?!r- - J V. Is to-da- y Mr Rufus Lee and wife, of, St. Louis. Mo., nro visiting Mr. Leo's father, who Is qulto 111, at tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. II. S. Kills, of tl ; place. 1 Thoso who crlbed to tho Methodist Couton-ar- y fund arc re(tiestcd to call upon Ellis Poster, Treaeuror. and pay tho fir-- 1 Installment at once, an it ia now ..I, du- lay Your Sulxcrlptlon Major 11 P. Zlmmormnn, Mrs 5CIm- merman and thulraon, Master Uurke, of Louiivlllo, returnwl to their home, Sunday, after a brief visit to Mrs, William Taylor anil other relatives T. U. Petrio and daughters, Leila May and Ruth, of Indian . '"K Ind., will arrive hero today to vt it Mrs. Potrle's father and brother. Jm'.Ke J. H. Pogle and MeDuuoIl A. Pugle Vt s Vhe big community meet ; tor which havo ar-r..!- i.ibcr of local citizen under the auspices of tho :. '.'i.'e Chautauqua System, has It !' announced at July for Hurtford. Ky. Mr J. T. Caaebler aud family returned to Albany. Ala., Monday, after spending a few days with friends and relatives here. Mr. Caaebler h."3 ti position with Iiond llroi. Tie Co , In tho Alabama city. Tor Sale Ono largo, two story, frame building, as It stands, to bo torn down by August 1st. For particulars call or seo HENRY NALL, Hartford, Ky. Notice has been received hero by Tumor, of tho marrlago of hor niece, Miss Oaylo Tlchenor, of Croacent City, Pia., to Mr. William Kelly Campbell, of Oak Treo, Now Jersey. Miss Tichouor Is tho daugh-th- o of Dr. and Mrs. IJ. P. Tichouor, and formorly rosided In this city, whoro sho ha3 many frionds. Mrs. Oma T B 5a u, si M fa ! o C - .g (PUD 1 1111 fflimr UlLli CH 3 - - i.ow.i lombstonoB in a graveyard and lound guilty, nor oven accused work, but in tho dead hours of midnight dark-thero- 's of being a glutton for STRAY STREAKS some consolation In tho fact'ness. but ho never thought to find that tho Hoard of Directors of this .Thomns working on a Democratic (Lly Fluko McPluko.) Den saya yon nan t Ju.it concern havo promised that in case Newspaper. foregoing calamitous always toll what some peoplo won't Some peoplo make fortunes and oithor of tho evor bo marked up , uo, ethors fall holt, to wealth, but nono nhiiruos should us, thoy, tho said Board, will ,,t f.nr-- rlnli 1 ii cf nl lr lmvn nvnr died against If ou notico any ads, or anything the attorneys and and wo havo always been so bla.no 'bo our ball, foe unto a or crosswise in tho else brother. us like i...OI. tv,in h .. ,,v.i.o . livini' wn'vn- swear for ......n .. hup; " .....v. paper this week Just say its becauso any novor huil time to accumulato gone, or maybo Its due Wo cave Rattle Nail our old straw; Thomas has luouey. the big dry spell scheduled to bit - befrolast.ormaybcitjto ..t A 1 ihTTMi PROM UKRMA.NY. Rodango Luxemburg, June. 3 1915. Dear Homo Polks: I received your lettor of May Cth., and was real glad to hoar that ovury ono is In good health. Tho weather is very fine !horo at prosent and makes thovboys wish to soo tho old states of liberty once again. Wo road in the papers about tho Old Soldiers being luokv 'enough to got lwme, wo thought for a hitofthoyear JuI-lst- while that tho Old Fighting Fifth Oualntlo handed mo such a Jolt ast wus of tho vintage of the year beforo ;1"' would got a chanco to roturn to tho writing, that that, boinetlmo this spring, to send week, 'bout my stylo of KXIMtKSSION OP THANKS. States, but now an immodlato return cleaning and rotho Hoard of Directors got togethor off for tho purpose of express our sincere is quite out of tho question, bo wo will Wo wish to und appointed an official censor of blocking, tho blocking to conform ovory thing is fixod to ..,.1 iw...i,. .ia nmi .Li.. CUIUIIIII, ....i if iiu OMW.. MM tim ..f M.. t w tlm 1!)10 Klvln. but its boon thanks to tho many friends, who stay hero until v.. ,IU , 4, IIUD and labored so faith- - suit tho Allies and, I presume, we will past grows longer. 1 can't help it. I 'so dadgummed long ago, wo Just late- - camo to our aid uu bo about tho last troop to loavo tho am not nuulilled to write much stuff lv countermanded tho order as to tnejiuwy uunus ma cwm. m occupied area. Ilowover, woj don't our doar wlfo and mother, blocking and dlrocted Hat and his .doath of that will bland censoring. We shall novor forgot tho many mind that as someouo has to stay so head-geto bhapo the old lid fixer us by our tho Ropular3 aro tho boya that can John Henry shook tho dust of this up 'bout like thoy imagined the 1920 kind things done for romaln the same up In tho styles would appear, so sometime, frionds and pray God's richest bless- - do it. If conditions shop from oft his foot right we aro pretty sure to stay In LuxemIngs may always rost upon them very last days of Juno, leaving mo wo'ro likely to havo Just about the burg, but othorwiso wo may start for O. I UUUNTON, with tho bag to hold, and narry a lutost thing out. Berlin and aro almost certain of a Mr. and Mrs. W. B. TRAVIS, chance to got out of this desert, into round trip for wo havo never started Mr. and Mrs. G. W. URUNTON. Squire Hen Rico says ho would not tho ouels 'twixt this and July lst. MaJ. and Mrs.' J. h. LALLINGKR. any where yet and failed to get there. Some moro mlsories of life, and an have been at all surprised to catch How are tho boya getting along awful shape in which to hit tho long, John Henry taking candy away from Good work horse, and buggy for with their workT I guess the crops a kid. making his little boy give him long drouth. ROY STK'VAUT, aro in good shape and looknlg flno. the money he, tho boy, had earned, sale, beo McHonr, , Ky Tho crops horo aro sum nico aud toar- - &U3 We'vo ncor been arrenled, tried robbluc a bunk or post offlco, : ,I 1 1 v -. . ar ' .... Mr. and Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett were guosts of Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Acton a few days this week. Mr. Harrott has lately returned from a sojourn In Franco, as ono of Undo Sam's fighting doughboys, and as yet, Mr. and Mrs. Uarrett havo not gouo to housekeeping, thoy having inurrlod advanced than back there, aro farther Just prior to Mr. Uarrott'3 sailing tho peoplo don't rnlso any largo grain for tho war zone. but thoy grow lots of small grain horo Tho peoplo horo aro and vegetables. Wo vnv frlnmllv uIH lla nvnn If Ihnv nfn day havo complaints almost ovory from bubscrlbors, saying they do unaccustomed to tho Amorlcans for not rocolvo tho Republican regularly tho past four yonrs. Wo go over Into Wo. aro .at.. a loss to account for fall Htilulum iiulte often and tho nconle ...., ,. . uro In dollvory of tho paper, but on Mutii uiu luunuua wuu tiiiu luajiuui, two occasions, wo wrote tho naino of. of coureo tho Amorlcans havo won a a reputation that could not bo surpass to sulwcribor on tho paper in addition tho yollow slip thereon, placed tho ed 'C01'y ,n ihfn hmd W0 S"S to Well, wo aro getting plenty of drill securely tied tho I'::tr!ms and physical exorcise and aro In tho miuiu, joi um Biiuscriuor intormeu best of condition ut all times. I' us that tho papor was not recolvod, saw hoys In better shape, oven novor and that ho was informed by tho It living conditions aro not quite as Postmaster thnt no Republican camo good as at home. to his office for him. Wo havo a good baseball gamo ovory aftornoon and tho civilians at- IJAI'TIST MISSION tend thogqmes and look on with IIOAICI) MUKTINa curiosity for thoy novor saw it played boforo. Tho tavorlto gamo here The regular monthly meeting of Is Soccer Hall. tho Dibtrict Mission Hoard, of tho I will try and keep you folks inOhio county Baptist Association, will formed as to my health and where- bo held at Hartford, Ky Tuesday abouts while over horo, don't worry July lst, at 10 A. M. about mo for, I will tako good caro of Wo would be glad to havd ovory mysolf. ono of tho 41 churches represented With lovo to all, and doslro tho presence of all tho nol'VT. KD HOOVKR. tice pabtors In tho Association. RUSSELL WALKER, Hartford Republican, ijtl.riO per year Chairman. 3 v,. a'l -- , m"mui4Mivwi, .Afcy titt 4-- - yn