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BREWERS SCORE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919. day and wan oponod with devotional exercise.) conducted by Mr. W. 0. Dennett. Tho chairman, Frank Duke, was present, a1 was also 0. P Jones, Secrotary. Tho following choirs wero present: Eugeno Williams Mines, loader, Hlbbs; Mt. Hermon, leader, Mrs. Ly-dWestorflold; Oak drove, leader, Lonus Drown; Centertown, loader, O. M. Dlshop; also Williams Minos Children. Tho Choir Leaders wore appointed as a committee on program, which was very extensive and well carried out. The Convention will meet at Oak Grovo church, near Centortown, the fifth Sunday In Aiifust, next. la No. 1 WIRE STRIKE OFF; BURLESON BLAMED LEAGUE IS SNARE MRS. SHANKS DEAD u Century Until Near End A FIRST VICTORY fiv federal Judge Decides Ad versely To "Drys" In Baltimore Washington, July 1. The victory rwon by breworyyatareits In Haiti-'flor- o y i SET BY PEACE BAIT If nil Lived Almost Kale Henry Watterson Says Trap Is One Set By Great Britain Henry Watterson, president of tho League for tho preservation of American Independence, says the League of Nations Is a "trap sot by England and baited with the word peace," In n telegram he sent a few days ago to Henry A. WJso Wood, secretary of the organization, at Now York. -- Mr. Watterson urges the league to renewed activity in a fight against tho "United tho treaty and says States Senate will bo recreant in its duties if It fails to Investigate the truth of tho charge." Colonel Watterson Is now In Miami, Fla., but lib message was forwarded to Now York from Louisville. Ho sent the message here In a letter to his home in Jeffersontown. Copies (JUen Out. At his direction it yas sent to Union officials last light, Western who wore Instructed to give copies to tho press. His message follows: Louisville Ky.. Juno 28, 1919. "Henry A. Wise Wood, 25 Madison avenuo. Now York: "The League of Nations is a trap set by England and baited with tho word peace to catch unwary Amorica. It puts the United States at a disadvantage. Its exposition by sufficient inquiry will ostablish the truth of this. Tho Senate will stand in its own light and prove recreant to Its duty to the country, and the people If It fails to give opportunity for such an inquiry. This Is no time for snap Judgements, how-ove- r, backed by unseeing or public men clothed in a Mr3. Luclnda Shanks passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lucy S. Hubbard, at this place, Monday morning at 10 o'clock, after a brief period of illness, at the ripe Rov. and Mrs. R D Dennett. Mr. Hoyt Taylor, of Toccoa Oa spent the week end with his wife here. Mrs. John T. Moore returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday, after spending ten days with her mother, Mr3. M. J. Ro-vMr. Wm. J. Burns, Rochester N. Y spent Ihe week-en- d with fr.cuds, In Ohio Count. Miss Ruth Welter, Dundee, Ky., is parents, Union Can't Beat Government And Companies Too, Says President. New York, July 2. The striko ot the Commercial Telegraphers' Union against tho Western Union and Postal Telegraph Companies was declared off this afternoon, It was announced here by Percy Thomas, deputy .international president ot the organization. Edward Reynolds, vice president and general manager of tho Postal Company, announced after he wfjs informed that the strike had been calf-e- d off that those strikers who wished to return to work could do so, 'though they had to risk finding their places filled." When the striko was called no grievances were alleged by wheV'ju'dgo John C. Illose, in tho UnltedSlalos District Court, sustained a doniurror of tho Kstandnrd Hrowery Company to the charging tho Federal Indictment lf m tjtowery with violation of tho food kcJHsorvotion act through making boor pcohtalnlng more than one-haof 1 fiier cont of alcohol, may prove to be loHly, temporal S$fNo time will he lost by tho Department of Justice in taking nn appeal rffom Judge Roso's decision to tho ISupremo Court of tho United States, jbuWas tho latter tribunal Is now In fruitsisuiiininr recess ami win noi muei fwuntil October, thero is no chance of a final decision as to 2.75 per cent 'jleejj being given by tho highest court fnltho country for some months. .The first result of tho decision of yudge Ko.se, which practically estab lished tho legality of 2.75 per cent beer, bo far us jurisdiction of tho Federal District Court In lialtimoro isjobneerned, will be enactment of lelslation by Congross defining "In- -n s41toxlcatlng" liquors and providing lor ilnnfrt1ini,int if irnr.tlitin lirtlt I 111 t Ifin $whlqh went Into effect ,it'Dry" . loaders in Congress ....an- , , tjf'Snf ...... .1... .!... ...Ill 1.1111k J "' llli;j UlUUUll (I War-tim- e Na and of the tional Prohibition Enforcement Hill. faVTcportcd yesterday to the Houso by rthe Judiciary Committee, enacted ln- legislation immediately after tho ......... ...ll.....lnr. l.a T..t.lf1l jffbt Jui) recosH This bill, which will imiicun e bolter known ira tho Volstead IKllll, prut ides that: ' Thi' words, 'boor, wlno or oth- CBr K'uxlcating malt or vinous to-dalJ TEACHERS EXAMINED. Fifteen took the, examination for white toachers, at Fordsvllle, June 20, nnd 21. Tho examination was conducted by Profs'. W. S. Hill, Kills Sandefur and Supt. E. S. Howard. Of those examined, Prof. Thomas Hamilton socured tho highest average, It bolng 98. Seven made first class certificates and tho remainder, or S made second class certificates, thero bolng no failures. -- - JUNK THE MTU. ' tion n t shall bo construed to tnean any liquors which contain of 1 por ftnot i' ore than one-haStcent of alcohol by volume." KMeanwhllo It Is not the purpose of jUtertuy General Palmer to bo gov erned by tho decision of Judge ninoo'nv.-on- i In ilin District. &f7nu..a will tin ItllMntoil llV tllO 1)0- v.. "... ,in tmrimnnl nt .TuHtlcn In nil Jurisdlc- j tless; whero such cases aro "not" ;Vhow pending on tho hale of boverages ... Hmu i lliui" tl.nn ..tin.ttfilf rtt "" "- - 1 ' p'erjoent of alcohol. t , , tWfion It was learneu ai me ueiiart-- l jaaeatjlato this afternoon that tho case Ufit tho Standard Brewing Company lfliad"bcon decided by Judge Hose It ii.yraa unofficially stated that tho would tako no action in Judge Huso's Jurisdiction. Test ('juses To IJo Drought. Vj'Test caaos on tho salo of boveragos1 of apitalnlng inoro than one-hal- f iper cent of nlcouoi," sain mo an nouncement mudo by Attorney GOn- lf t- llqurtri In the war-tim- e prohibi- iiiHrfti. v Palmer Lcwea aro now ponding. "We propose to make arrosts of persons who violate the wartime pro hibition law, lU'cnruniK i" department tsrWtion thereof. Tho fjdeeanot intond, howover, to bo swopt off ita feet tho flirt day that prohl- WtloR. cornea Into effect. We will bftMeeea m nn oruuriy luauiuu iu whether intoxicating bevor-1)V the law include fw'tlwselHiavIng loss than 2.75 por cont .alueh'dl. ' "AlTporsdns violating tho law may nnd vigorous' prosecu-tla.i MOMt'early '?Whilo there remains a quos- )4loi a to wliothor 2.75 por cent beer KaHufcoxIcatlnB the Uopartiuoni oi jus- tjjjg' will not attempt wholusalo ar- VkJ.2jr. . 11 U UBUIOIU" In flu. ttimllnt .. .1 t 11. .m 3.DIU I"" l"U"un, Baltlinoro Is favorablo to tho rfMmment, prosecutions will resultllv in all cases in which ovl"-i1 ' BVUUU j'.iAn Immediately y "will bo brought by tho dopaftmont of fltirlL I.. liivlafllMlmia III j4o..nw- - wlmrA L. V L' Ki.,!Hnntsta In Congress are do- termlaed that tho reprieve granted wttoe Baltimore district by Judge lloso a Ldjjlslon' shall not bo long. Thoy are vjRwing at tho vory outset that 2.75 eeat boor will bo on tho marKot oaly two weeks. HINGING iSm tlMWUficnclea." JJfcilknc. linnti nlltnlnGIl UV IUU J1U- - Investigation or submitted by CONVENTION. ' to rf -- i4 rvumtv Sinclair Convon- Williams Mluoa last Sun- t at ,! On Juno tho 28th, 1911, five years ago.'Gnvrllo Prinzlp, an unknown stu dent, in nn obscure town called Sera-Jovin Ilosnla, fired two pistol shots that directly resulted In tho deutn of the Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand and hin wife, and indirectly formod tho l.r.sls for the f.:.ny exIn milcuse that pu tho worll-wa- r lion, therob causing tcs mnlmini; '..H'Pllng a . death of ii.tl.l.uis of men undor arms, as well as millions of others by starvation, deprivation and other 'causes. The' revo'vor shots that broke the stillness of ;he air in this unhoard of Serbian town rccrberatod around tho world again and again, to ond flvo years later in Versailles tho Hull of Mirrora. y, France. Tho burdens laid upT. who could huve easily preveiir-o- d little brief authority. the awful enrange, will ke9p hor "HENRY WATTERSON." daughters gleaning hail nuns and r.nn for n century to come. On Ju." Tho Loaguo for tho Preservation one month after tho death of the of American Independence, of which diMr. Watterson Is president and Ai'rtria-Hiui-parAiitnan backed up and shoved on by tho rector for Kentucky, began a nationWilliam, tho Hohetizol-lorn- , wide campaign several weeks ago to bring popular support to tho members of would-h- r and his cotc-rlopSor- of the United States Sonate who world fiediicor.s, declared war on Lsague of bin, becauso she refused to submit lo pose the ratification of the humiliating and disgraceful methods Nations "unless it be amended to d the traditional policies of of Investigations as to tho death of tho United States," according to Its this holr to the Austrian throne. Juno 28 is also the 28th anniversa- printed platform mailed out tho first ry of the adoption of the bill provid- part of, this month. The prospectus of tho league states ing for tho immense army and preby Germany, which that It is nonpartisan and Us chief parations for war preserve tho "sovereignty found her so minutely ready on June object is to fangs wero extract- and present form of government of 28, 1914, but her All persons who ed June 28, 1919. Hy terms of tho tho United States." signed she will bo allow- are In sympathy with its aims and treaty now respect for the Declaration of ed to maintain only an Insignificant have a Independence, the Federal Constituestablishment. military Address Juno 28 also marks the anniversary tion, Washington's Farowellare urged and tho Monroe Doctrine renewal of tho trlpplo-alllancof tho and contribute which was supposed to firmly hind to become members and Italy. to tho "support of the energetic naGornmuy, Auatrla-Hungur- y tional campaign that must bo put on m foot at once it our country Is to bo NOTICE TO TEACHEUS. restrained from ronounclng Its fundaTho Ohio county Toachors' Insti- mental policies and prevented from tute will convene at the College Hall, committing Itself to engage in disasHartford, Ky., July 7th and continue trous forolgn ontaugloments." from ?1 to $10,000 are five days. Every teachor holding a certificate, 'solicited. " to tako or any othor ono tho examination Jn September with BERLIN' FORCES UOLIAVKO TO WIT1IDV.AW OFFER tho Intention of teaching, must attend Instttuto. tho ontiro session of this Berlin, July 1. Dr. Theobald von The dally program found In the ou page 13 will be our guldo Bothmunn- - Hollweg, former Gorman syllabus Every teacher should hold himsolt Chancellor, offered May 20, 1919, In readiness to respond on uny sub- to surrender hlmsolf for trial by the ject, A special Invitation la extended Allies, but withdrew the offer on the to tho public to attond on Wednesday, specific request of the Government since wo expect an nddross from our which at that time took th6 viow Stato Superintendent, V. O. Gribort; that Germans accused ot causing' tho Profossor Frank h. McVoy, President war or of acts, in violation ot tho of State Unlvoralty; Mr. Kerchor, of rule3 of civilized warfaro should bo Lexington; and Prof. If. H. Cherry. tried eitbor before a local court or Gorman judges. Ills attitude at that Bowling Green, Kentucky. Tho Influenza having broken in- time therptoro was held to be unto our schools Inst fall caused the desirable. county to have such a small number of Common School Graduates that we MARRIAGL LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED have abandoned tho idea of tho accustomed graduation exorcises within Norblo Clark, Roslno, to Florence Institute weok. Crowder, Roslne. E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. Ray A. Brlstow, Whitesvlllo, to m. Clara Stevens, Whitesvlllo. "HUNK IS HACK." Clarence W. Edmouson, Ohatta-noog- a, Tenn., to Grace Bugg WilBunk Griffin landed in town yesterday. Bunk has been In Franco liams, Boavor Dam, to Annie Clay Tumor, Echols, with the dough boys holplng hand tho Germans a lemon. Ho Bays thut Rowe, Echola. J. W. Hoaton, Adams, Tenn., to ho dldi't do any good and feels that, 'Viove'a horso and wagon" will look Ilalllo I). Chancellor, Dundee. Duck Alsip, Indianapolis, Iud., to good to hlm after his enforced 'Stella Roman, llorton. o, "Jev-innnliolr-anparoy, war-hungsafe-guarwho-expec- ts years, live old age or ninety-eigl- it Miss Mary Bean, Portsmouth. Ohio, days. months and twenty-on- e 'is spending her vacation with her Mrs. ooanKs was iormeriy a .mss parentg here Mr. and Mrs. T. H. menaru uenni Taylor, uaugnter or air. Mr' an( Mrs Warren Taylor, of Taylor and was born in Ohio County, whero she spent her entire life, the L,bertj.( were hero Monday to attend greater part of which was in Hart- - the lnirlaI of Mrs Luc,n(ft shanks, ford. Sho was married to the late Master3 Hugh, Elwood, and Miss Col. Q. C. Shanks, ono of the best Margarct ne,en Wallace, of Central known men in this section of tho CUy, are visiting their grandparents, State in his time, In the year lS38.Mr and Mrs s T Barnett. The deceased was In good health M,M Rosa Lee Davl3( of Loulsvjlle( until shortly before her death, and ,g vlsltIng her auntf Mlsa Linio was very active for one of her age, Warj( at Qe(ia In fact for one much younger. Herj Mr' nnd Mrs Edgar Darnard wer0 passing away perhaps takes the old-!,- n town tho flrst ot the week eat Inhabitant of Ohio county, and Mrs y Q E)gln entertalnod Wed. ono whom the writer always found to; nesday night wJth a 500 party m bo a most affablo and pleasant of her guestS( Mrs. J Ney Mrs. Hubbard with whom, Foster am, Mrg dividual. Barnard, Lamtho deceased had made her home for brook, Ark., and Miss Mildred Elgin, years, Is the only one of three daugli- - Adalrville. ters now surviving. Mss Beatrice Griffin and Z. Wayno . 1...I..I runerai services wero oiuuutwu arrived Tuesday for a visit with at the homo Tuesday morning at 10 frlends and reiatives. Beatrice will ociock, auer wnicn iiuniu ui l.. be here untn September. mains tooK piaco at uaicwoou. Mrs. Kate Hedrick and daughter, Miss lone, will leavo the first of the COMMENDABLE CHANGE. 'week for Owensboro, where both have positions offered them. Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, by Old Flnkn nnil I have made nn 'again, this beln' bout tho thrcetU time it's commission, has started men work on excavations for the basement and evor Umo ,1Q hajJ to ra,SQ my ga, under tho southern corner of the ary e,se x QuR somemore 0no day court house, preparatory to Installing wou,dn.t work a tall Juat dropped a modern lavatory. :, the otfice atter the pal)ers were an . . ., , , The room now used on the second ,t floor will be remodled and utilized g wolli Qnd x h for conveniences of Juries, witnesses John' Henry left and tho very first and other needs of the courts. week you took me off the front page, and I don't work for nobody what LANSING IS INCLUDED treats mo like that, and out I walked. IN NEW WOUNCIL OF G .There's just one thing about it, fllo Flnkn Is fralil of me and I'm frald j i i- vi3ttng Mla8 B0Uiah Moore, the strike leaders against the Postaf Company, although he call Included employes of that company. At the offices of tho Western Union, have-- , their would claims passed upon by a committed of employes. Newcomb Carlton, president of the company, Is out of the city, but an executive official who said he did not wish to be quoted, Intimated that the strikers would be given, back their. Jobs unless thero was something more against them than the fact that they had taken part it was said that the men wishing: reinstatement in the strike. Chicago, July 2 S. J. Konenkamp, of tho Commercial .Telo- craDhera' Union of America: at noon deciared tho striking telegraphers of the Western Union and Postal Tele graph Companies' will go back to work this afternooh. "The atrike was declared off be-- v causo wo are not strong enough to light the Government, as well as tho companies," said Konenkamp. i Konenkamp issued a statement in which Postmaster General Burleson" was taken to task for "marshaling the Government agencies to fight against . the workers, nnd his party must bear the blame." t With Burleson aiding the 'companies in tho strike, violation of the law against sending telegrams from city to city by trains and through tho mails was- - permitted, the statement read. "We have been doubly untortunato In having to deal with Burleson, as a Government representative," said tho statement1. "Tho combined forces are too strong for us. But this' fight will continue along legitimate union lines. Wo aro not beaten and wo wilt carry on until our rights are estab- ' president w. Secretary of. State Lansing, Foreign th(j Qther tQ knoW ,t weU j amt teU. Minister Balfour. Foreign Minister, Jn hlm ' ...,,.. TIn(.,0 Pichon, Baron Maklno and Viscount , n , rf .. -t Kflntn umuua. or japan, anu r oic.b" "" gad and lonely like? Alec iooks so ter Titonl, or itaiy, uecuieu tins aitur-noo- n to constitute a, new Council of LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Five. This Council of Flvo will have as its members becretary uansing. CnUe market fathep qu,et wUh a M. Pichon, Foreign Minister Balfour. Quotations: weakness. Foreign Minister Tltoni and Baron 1rtma heayy fite(,rg $1213. heavy MttKino ueau oi tue japaueao """BhippinB $n.5012; medium $10.50 tlon. 11.50; light $10. 10.50; butcher Tho council will temporarily steers $9 11.75; fat heifers $9 direction of Peaco conference 12.00; fat cows $811.25; medium affairs. A council of ten will not bo $GgS; cutters and cannera constituted at present. bulla $79.25; feeders ?911.50; Blockers $7.50(3)10.50. A CORRECTION. Calves Prices up 25c: Dest veals $161G.50; medium $1116; comLast week In our court notes we mon $6 11. d, said that Jack Dawson, ot near Hogs strong 26c higher: Best 1C5 lished." and committed pounds and up $21.50; 120 to 1G5 had been tried NOTICE. to the Western Kentucky Asylum, a3 pounds $20.50; pigs and throwouts a lunatic or person of unsound mind. $19.50, down. The article should havo read "W. J. steady: Best ewes $7.50; Sheep Notice is hereby given that soaled Dawson" mstead of Jack, or L. J. bids will bo received for tho lotting bucka $5.50, down. Jack insists that ho has not been Lamba showed a I033 of 25c. Best ot a contract for the construction ot charged with, tried lor lunacy, much lambs $16.55 17; seconds $12.50; a brldgo across tho C. R. Rhoa'da publess convicted; therefore, agreeable culls $9010. , lic ditch on the public rqad near A. to Jacks wishes and our pleasuro. P. Kelly's In the vicinity ot Deanfleld. wo make this correction of tho error Ohio County, Ky., the bridge to bo NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. made In last weok'a issue ot tho Reconstructed upon stone abutments publican. While tho law requires all taxpay- and bids will be received covering ers to come to our office and give a tho construction both of a wooden TEACHER'S INSTITUTE. complete list of all their taxable prop bridge and an iron bridge,, and tho convenience of right is reserved to reject any. and Tho Teacher's of Ohio county will orty, wo will for tho districts, visit their all bids, and that bids will be acceptconvene here Monday and remain in those In roruoto respective voting places, as por fu- ed for tho construction at either a sosslon for flvo days. Prof. McIIonry Watch for tho wooden or Iron brldgo as may soem Rhoads, of Lexington, has consented ture advertisements. advisable o the court, or all blda notice. to act as Instructor in rom of Prof. may be rejected ps the court may D. E. WARD, Schlff. of Lebanon, Tenn., who had deem advisable or tho contract Jot to Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. been secured, but owing to serious : . the lowest and beat bidder in tho illness could not servo. Prof." Rhoads discretion of tho court. HALD KNOIJ. 13 well kuown to Ohio county teachThe abovo bids to bo received by, ers, ho having taught here for a num'A largo crowd enjoyed themselves this court on tho 24th day of July ber ot years. Mt. Zion Singing 1919. Teachers who expect to teach In very iuuch at tho This Juuo 26, 1919. Convention, Sunday. this county during tho coming school OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT.. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sandofur, of yoar must attend this Institute. B C. RHOADS, Canton, Ohio, aro visiting relatives B. F. RICE, friends in this community. and QUAINTIES COLUMN. A. D. KIRK. Mrs. J. M. Sandefur 13 visiting hor m writing. Mrs. V. C. Klein delightfully en- son, E. P. Sandefur, at this Davis aro ANOTHER FIFTEEN Mr. and Mrs1. William tertained with a card party at her DOLLAR DOG TAG Ruby home on Mulberry St., last Friday the proud paronta of a big girl, Leo. afternoon In honor of Mrs. Henry P. Addlngton was recently Mra. Laura Igloheart and llttlo Barnard, 3iul Mra. J. Ney Foster, of visiting her sis- summoned to appear and show causa Dainty refresh- aons, of Loulaana, aro Lambrook, Ark. 'why he had not purchased a dog tag ments were served. .Those present ter. Mrs. Susan Taylor, ot this place for hla dog in compliance with tho wore: Mesdames John Taylor, J. C Tho appearanco ot the local Bap- i law. and for failure to do so wad E G. Schrooetr, N. L. Rowe. W. Her, vory materially fined $5.00 and the cost, which makes S. Tlnsloy, E. W. Ford, L. S. Iglehart tist church has been Hill. adde'd to, by a new dressing of paint tho said tag, now on the dog, worth Turley, O. Q. Keowji, Nod and paper. Now light fixtures have something like $15.00. J. a. Keown, J. Noy Foster, Those who have overlooked thia Barnard, Mls3os Tiny Yleser and Ma also been iustulled. Cominoncin? Sunday morning (both Sunday matter ot procuring dog tagn should with ry Marks. once and thereby ayold unMaster James Bennett Prichaiu. ot i school and preaching) all services do so at necessary trouble and expanse. lit- gruud-'wi- ll bo hold at the church. Loulsvillo, Ky., is visiting Paris July 1 Premier Clemcnceau.i, ,. . ... , ,,,.. on want .,.,,,, ,.. 1 T1- j . as-su- $56; ' Bu-for- . " -- T - GERMANS SIGN; WORLD AT PEACE lllcd and associated delegates followed on their way to tho terraco to viow tho beautiful playing fountain. palnco Thero was music In tho RUSSIANS LOSE BRAIN BALANCE :' JBi grounds and salvos of guns roared tho glad tidings to tho towns of Franco. For all time tho menace of German Invasion was ended. MAIN' ITKMS (IKUMANV VIKIjDKP Agents Of Defeated Power IN TKHATV Acknowledge Document Tho big things Germany surrenders June 28, 3:13 P. M. by signing the peaco treaty are Relinquishment of Alsnce-I.o'rralto France, l'osen and West Prussia to Poland, of part of Schleswlg to Denf HIGH SPOTS IN PACT I Vernon of Snakes mark and of 3S2 square miles of Hhenlsh Prussia to' Belgium. Professor II. Strauss, M. D., of the Tho Sanr coal basin to be interna"Tho Charitv Hospital, Offenders To be Tried-Chines- e Iloval for an nttack of gout, says. rheumatism, tionalized for fifteen years, pending cause sim'nlicd bv tho increase of a plebiscite to determine permanent iMrni,. Refuse To going to uric ncid in tho blood scrum, tho result control, tho coal mines Approve. of various causes, tho most frequent on France. , Luxemburg'ls freed from the Ger which is renal. Bcforo an attack-- ono suffers sometimes from headache, neural- man customs union. Germany recognizes the IndependGorman Delegates affixed their sig- gia, twinges of pain here and there." When jour kidneys feel like lumps of ence of German Austria, Poland and natures to the articles of peace, urine lead, the back hurts or the them by the Allied Powers, Juno 1. -- when, full nf enilimnnf fT Vfllt fim Czccho-Slovakl, 28, nt 3:13 P. M., and Dr. Hermann b,. The German Army is to be cut to a Cck re,ief tw0 0' threJ0 timc3 Mueller and Dr. Dell, with About during tho night; when you sulTcr with temporary total strength of 200.000 fifty 'members of the Gorman Mission sick headache, or dizzy, nervous spells, men, but ultimately must be 100,- i left Versailles for the once proud and "'." cout sciatica when 00' ,t (,a powerful Capitol of tho Hohcnzol-- , The German navy 13 limited to six do not neglect. tho lerns, a dejected and humiliated com- - warning, but try simplo means. Take battleships under 10,000 tons each, pany. Forty secretaries were left be-- 1 sit or eight glasses of water during tho lalx ,!ght crusera nn,j twelve torpedo UrUS, boats, surrendering or destroying all hind to wind up the affairs of the " German Delegation. She is to have no jjjj3 js tl0 discovery of Dr. Pierce of other war vessels. An- - 'more submarines. Tho note given tho German delega the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. x. The navy person-uric- " , ,9 is an antidote for this uric acid tion by tho Allies, dealing with ratl- mlted t0 25,000. Poisoning anil dissolves uric acid in the MIHliirv ind nnv.it Mr forces are ncauon. kuo &aiuiw mie....,...., s hot coffee dissolves suear, mh specially pointed out tho fact that "Anuric" will penetrate into the joints abolished blockade of Germany depended ; and muscles, and dissolve tho poisonous tho Munitions factories are to be oper It will stamp out toxins. ,ntC(, on, b j,ermlg8oll ot the AiUos, entirely on ratification of the treaty. accumulations. L", Paris, Juno 28 -in the hall of mir- nd import or export of war ma- ?teuSl lidSS rors in the Palace of Versailles, where terlals Is forbidden Helgoland defenses will be dls- the German empire was born forty-- 1 stern glances and a h?lf scowl on 'mantled. Fortifications aiming at clght years ago, Dr. Hermann Muel-'an- d face, sat mot'onles3 with his white control of the Baltic are forbidden, ler and Dr. Johannes Bell, as plcnipo-'hl- s tcntiaries of the German Hclch, today 'g'oved hands on the table. Moyd . The Rhino and the Moselle are affixed their signatures to the treaty loeorg- -, florid of complexion, with a j,ut under the control of an Inter-o- f peace which puts an end forever great shock of white hair, nervously national commission, on which Ger- twirled his eyeglasses suspended from many will be represented. The Bel to German dreams of world power. The ceremony which marked tho a broad black ribbon. gians, French and other nations may end of the war and the dawn of peaco liipnni-srun canals from tho Ithlne, but GerUnperturbed. minutes. consumed exactly thirty-nin- e Baron Sonnino and tho others of many Is forbidden to do so. German uyjtjle Italian trio were plainly nervous, 'forts within thirty-thre- e miles of the Its conclusion was announced Premier Clcmenceau In the terse thn .T.innnnsn nnn.irentlv were un- -, river will bo dismantled (perturbed by the gravity of the occa j Other great rivers, hitherto Ger- statement: "The conditions of peaco are now sj0Il anrt placidly contemplated the man, will be under international con-a- n Urol, tho Czecho-Slovaaccomplished fact; tho proceedings beauties of the room. and Poles are closed." Outside tho palaco the presence of having free access to the Elbe, Odor Thus was ended tho world confla- - .troops of the allied nations, garbed In and other streams, and the Poles to gration which began just five years f10iu attire, lent a touch of color to the Niemen. ago y with tho assassination of the scene. Most picturesque of these The Danube will bo controlled by the Austrian crown Prince at Sarave-'wo- re the Republican Guards drawn 'an International commission. The jo and which ontailed the downfall up as a gllard 0f honor on the steps Klei Cai.al v ill be open to all nation.-- , of four empires and a score of minor 0f the niarblo stairway by which the and the Czechs get harbor rights at kingdoms and principalities. delegates entered. They stood with tho mouth of the Elbe. Two years and two days ago, on drawn swords, with silver and gold German railroads must be stand-Jun- e 2G, 1917, the first of the Amer- - holntets, sweeping black horsehair i.ard gauge and rights are granted to loan expeditionary force arrived in piumes, red and black tunics, white other Powers to uso them. Traffic France. Tonight Woodrow Wilson, buckskin breeches and patent leather discriminations against outsiders arc forbidden. President of the United States, hav- - boots. lug affixed his signature to tho docu-- ' Offenders agnlnst tho rtiles of war-mojn the front row of benches pro-- j which seals the peaco made pos- - Vlded for tho distinguished guests In- - fare and humanity aro to be dollver-slbl- e by tho aid of American arms, vlted to witness tho ceremony, sat oil up lo the Alllos An international left Paris for Brest on his way back jirSi Wilson, attended by Admiral high court Is provided for trial of the to Washington and received tho most Grayson and others of the President's Kaiser, whose surrender will be asked enthusiastic ovation he has been ac- - entourage. President Poincaro ai'd of Holland, Germany's indemnity payment is ti corded since his arrlvil in Europe. ti,0 presiding officers of the French It was' Franco's parting tribute to tho senate and Chamber and their guests be fixed by an Interallied Commission An initial payment of $5,000,000,001' man who showed the world tho way also had places on theso benches. must be made within two years. to peace. "Tlncr" Kvnluins. nla. running thirty years will be Chinese Itcftist to Sign. As soon as tho German delegates of world peace was i,.,.i ,ni.. ,i,irl "um iiD,nnrMi, issued for later payments. Occupa- -The charter VI HWU lUIVLII wav.titux'S'U.iuj signed by all delegates to tho peace wltli his first show of nervousness tlon oc lH0 K'no country win cuuor conferenco with the exception of the that has been noticeable since the,tlnuo untn the A,llM are assured Germany's good faith o Chinese who absented themslvos from 'opening ot tho peaco conference, Germany must help build ships to ceremony because they had been ',ran bis address w.itcn was translated replace thoso she sank, help rebuild refused permission to make certain (or the German delegates by the of- reservations regarding the Japanese llcial interpreter. Tho Premier ex- - dvasted regions, surrender her foursuomanno cai.ies anu ceuo au occupation of Shantung. plained that tho treaty now presented jteei1 Gen. Jan Christian Smuts, of tho r,,r Ri..nntnrn wu tho same as thatiGorniau ships over 1,000 tons and delegatbn from the Union of South which had previously been presented many smaller ones. She accepts tho League of Nations Africa, signed under protest, dcclar- - to the Germans. principle, but is barred from memlug objections to certain territorial; "Tho signatures will now bo given,' settlements and the proposal for trial bo added, and they amount to a sol-- bership for the presont Her peaco treaties with Russia and undertaking faithfully and loyal-sibl- o tho Kaiser and others'held rcspon-!in- n and sho for the war. Ho also suggested 'ly to execute the conditions embodied Rumania aro abrogated recognizes the independence of States on Ger- - in this treaty of peaco. that the Indemnities levied many were excessive and should bo "I now Invito tho delegates ot tlm formerly Russian. to facilitate tho Oerinan commission to sign th3 modorated In order ltro.it v." Mrs. Burns' Letter. , revival of Industry in Europe. Horo Is a letter that Is certain to Tho Jlustor at Arms Immediately Tho Germans wore tho first to sign and woro followed by tho Americans, oscortod tho Germans to the center of prove ot interest to people In this British. French, Italians und Japanese tho room whero the bound copy of vicinity, as cased ot this sort occur Then came tho the treaty lay on a leather covered, In almost every neighborhood, anil In iho order named. who brass ornamented table of tho Regpn-- 1 peoplo should know what to do in smaller nations. Tho Germ M. ,.yc;..1 w::1:-- .J had onterod the hall with downcast cy Id, Savannah mien and who woro extremely nor- - quili pens for tho uso of thoso who Savannah, M Oct 12, 101G. vou'h throughout tho ceremony, wore wished to comply with tho historic "I used a bottlo of Chamberlain's Modern pens woro provid-cordantho first to leavo. This was in ac- - formula Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about with the program. jed for tho othors. nino years ago and it cured mo ot flus There was no demonstration what I Germans SIkii. I had another attack over during tho ceremony, but at Its . w,th trembling hands both Muolle' (dysontory.) of tho samo complaint sume three or conclusion salvos of big guns boom-'aHoU indited their hlgnnturoa at id tho nows that Mars had been do- - tho bottom of tho document that four years ago and a tew doses of this posod and Poaco unthroned. jmany Gorman leaders have declarod remedy cured mo. I have recomDi sounds tho death knell ot their mi- - mended Chamberlain's Colic and Fountains Spout Again. arrhoea Remedy to dozens of peoplo morning and early ilon. Throughout tho m As tho Germans returned to tholr luco I first usod it." afternoon tho sky had boon overcast sound places, Clemonoeau, iuined aid whls-o- f with heavy clouds, but with tho CAN'T III! 1)0X15. tho tlrat gun, tho sun, breaking pared to President Wilson, who led through tho curtain of clouds, bath- - tho American delegation forward to "If thoy should try tho Kalsor it ltd tho palace and grounds in a flood the treaty tablo, where they signed, of goldon light, tinting tho waters ot followed by Lloyd George at tho head will bo hard." "What will bo hard?" the groat fountains, now turned on of the British delegation and the oth "To pick a Jury of twelve men In for thulr first tlmo In tlvo years, with er delegations in alphabetical order. ' Thero wus not tho slightest solera- - tho world who uro not already preall tho colors of the rainbow. In ' th' nity attached to tho ceremony of judiced against him." Although tho ceromony m beautiful and historic Hall of Mirrors signing although a fooling ot tense-wa- s When you feel lazy, out of sorts formal and impresslvo, several otioLb had bo3u ovldont throughout the and yawn a good deal in the daytlmo, tho delegates betrayed evidence of .soiudon. deep emotion nnd were visibly relievDotuchmonts of American, French you can charge it to a torpid liver ed when it passed over. and British troops witnessed the cer- which has allowed tho system to got President Wilson sat turning his emony from places along the windows full of impurities. HERBINE cures gold pencil butweeu his fingers while of the hull. Thero wore fiftoon men nil disorders produced by an inactive liver. It strengthens that organ, tho delegates stepped forward to sign In each ot these detachments, The crowds outsido tho palaco sot cleanses tho bowels and puts the sys-toIlls face was possibly whiter und in good healthy condition. Prlco up a tremendous cheer as tho German more deoply lined than usual. emerged aftor signing. COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug ComCliimniicoaii, the "Tiger," with delegates ri bushy oyobruw:., sweeping moustache Tho cheers Increased lu volume its tho pany, POISON Few Normal People Now To Be Seen After Frightful Strain London, May 20. Physically normal persons no longer aro to bo found In Petrograd nor in all Russia, says n T. Ilesscn, Moscow a Journalist and member of tho second Duma who has arrived in Copenhagen after a long stay In Petrograd Tho mental state produced by starvation, disease and nervous strain, ho says, forces Russians to lose their mental balance. "Their mental condition so change their appearance that ofton one can 1 not recognizo ono's nearest friend remember the Impression I had when n t met the lawyer, Uajef fskl. At first I did not recognizo him. Soon nfterward I learned that ho had hanged himself "Similar things happen dally. I think It Is to be wondered that such In suicides do not become general. all tho streets one meots still well dressed people, men nnd women begging. There they stand some of llie.ii with their heads down, dumb ns It turned to stone; others tensely repeating "I am dying. Give me something to cat." "Even if one has sufficient money to pay the enormous prices ono may make acquaintance with starvation," wroto Mr. Hcsson to the Copenhagen Politiken. "Ono has to get hold of a seller and pursuade him to sell 'v treating him to some coffe. giving him the place ot honor and so on Money does not tempt him. Ho can always get money. Ho needs it only In order to continue his trai'.e. or to buy luxuries such as sable fur 10.11.1. gold ornaments or gems. It is not tho seller who looks for a buyer but Just the contrary. "Not rarely mothers are seen f.ho have left at home tholr underfed sh k chlldrou) pleading with a milk woman to ylold up half a bottle ot milk at quite a shameless um and It may happen that the mllkwoman suddenly becomes capricious and' does not over, answer the unhappy applicant "Add to this the terrlblo typhus against and smallpox epidemics, which there is not the slightest posIti'inurkubl sibility ot protection. enough tho cholera epidemic tint' flourished last summer ceased suddenly as If by a whim of nature. But now the typus and smallpox epidemics are developing more and more seriously. The government has 11 moans to check them. Tho govern wood mont can not oven procure enough for cotlllns nor transport U The survivors mu-- i tho cemeteries. wait days before thoy can bury the dead. , "It Is obvious that people under such conditions with such superhuman efforts of energy demanded of thorn can not continue to keep their mental balance." well-knowwell-know- Delco-Li- g I LSKEUNTO no Brings City Conveniences to The Country Home iilBrl-r- Ss f X .' a f t a. 1 I j Jjn$llWul$at' With Delco-Liginstalled you can have electric lights permanently located in your house, barn or other buildings bright, safe light, just where you want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenient button. ht (liilgli E&: Delco-Lig- ht ht .vwwi ffll SJBwausixL TMraffiSai m ninni.iijui.ivi' 11 fi " H Saves Time and Labor 1 : , I 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, the great comfort and convenience of a bathroom. There are- no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed daily. ' Delco-Ligbenefits every member of the family, every day in the year. Delco-Lig- ht Increases Farm Efficiency 'i,. With electric light and power saving time each day, more productive work can be done. Work at night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with convenient electric lights turning night into day. Delco-Light ' Lessens Fire Hazards Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a fire. Delco-LigDelco-Light ht Is Economcial nt ' quickly pays for itself through sav ing time ana lauor. its upiteep cost is low. It in operation. When run on kerosense it will give practically four times the amount of light per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. The Delco-Light ht Power Stand t. ' be-th- m I i of SURGEONS agreo that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the first treatment is most important When an effective antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast. Borozonc is the Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Prlco 25c. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipment in order to use Delco-LighThe Delco-LigPower Stand is a portable electric motor that will operate any make of churn, separator or other appliance. It is attached by means of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which will operate at the proper speed. OHIO COUNTY USERS C.KO. A. RAIINKS J. A. OAMUVKIilj liKONAKI) KA.VUAIjIj BIG BRITISH BLIMP TO MAKK TRIP JULY ." T f Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company Incorporated. ( p-- ml Washington, Juno 28 Tho British Is expected to urrlvo In dlrglblo R-- 4 tho United States on July 5 or C, on the first flight across tho Atlantic to .. undertaken by a lighter than altera ft 4 This announcement wm. made hero todny by tho British nir uttacho, who roquostud that American mer.iinr.t ships on tho North Atlantic radio veuther reports to Cupo Rice for both tho outward and return voyage ot will l.iud at tho dlrglblo. Tho ii Long Island und will remain only lent; onough to rnplondtsh its fue'. aril gas R-:- I Agent BEAVER DAM, KY. 1 .supplies. U. S. CASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR R "A TOURISTS TO UK BAimiCD FROM FRANC13 m Washington, Juno 28. Tourist travel to Franco from this country will not bo pormittcd boforo noxt year, (he State Department announces. Business mon will bo permitted to send agents to any European country following tho signing of tho peaco treaty, it was said, but restrictions as to tho rot urn trip will continue In force because ot the needs ot spaco for soldiers und civilian War Department employes. Measures to prevent unduo travel to Great Britain as long as that government desires it also will bo continued as trans- 5.11110 quoBtiou, mado n tho plenary portation and economic conditions In cesnlrn of tho peace conferenco IWaj Ureat Britain still aro tar from nor- 0, nnrainat tho transfor of German rights in Shantung to Japan Instead mal. of to Oilna. WHY CHINA IlKrUSKI) Tho statomont says tho action of TO SKliV 1'KA.C: TKKATY tho conferenco on Shantung evoked nation-wid- e protest in China, whir! Paris, Juno 28. China's rofusalto makes It poslblo for tho Chlnesq sign the poaco troaty carao after re- government to nccept tho objoction peated efforts of tho Chinese dJlogn-tlo- n able clauso In tho troaty. to obtain permission to sign wtth totiorvatlous on tho Shantung bottle-mon- t. KXPHIll UNCI! IMtOVKS Ql'IM.VH l. CAPSUUIS INHKI.IABU to President Wilion was app-a'Ply tho Chines? delegation bovoral Sovoral years ugo a doctor callod a! times within the past week and al my drug store and stated that ho waj first Boomed Inclined to favor allowing getting no effect from quinine glvoa tho Chlnoso to attach their signatures in capsules to Mrs. I answoredl Finally, however "This is reasonable aw quinine in cap with reservations. ho concurred in tho decision ot tho Hiilos as wall as pills and tablets IS conference that the Crlneso might sometimes passed by the patient unl Upon investigation make a declaration on tlielr position changed. hi found this to bo tho caso with thli niter plgnaturo, but not before This was regarded by tho do. eta-ii- particular patient and was compollc '" not protecting China's rlchts. 10 give quinine in liquid form to go "he Chinese rofused to b'gr. and aro any results." J. C. Mendonhall, now awaiting further ordeis from years a druggist, Evansvlllo, 1 ill I'ekln. The Chlneso delegation Is- Mendenhall's Chill & Favor Tonic ij sued pn official statomont on Its posi- lu solution quickly absorbed by the tion tonight, reviewing its protest stomach and so pleasant to the tastd .'gal;it tho Shantung settlement, that children will ask for It. ijada mado to tho Council of Prime Minis-- l with and without arsenic. Sowf bi r Iluy 4, and Its resoi ration o ; the Ohio County Drug Compauy. -i 11 nnd patient, Just nnd bcnovolent, Is tho perpetual vision before him of a better world bcamlnc Illlndod Soldiers. Tho number of soldiers In tho through life's shadows. Victor HuAIRSHIP COMPLETED American army who were blinded go. m during tho wnr totals 126, according AT THE SHADOW. to an announcement by the wnr risk Speeding at 90 Miles Per Insurance bureau. Over CO of theso inon wcro recently discharged from a Bownrc to keep your peaco of mind Hour Will Carry 92 When business threatens to upsot hospital In Hnltlmoro where they have Passengers you, been undergoing treatment. Somo of them, it is stated, are able to see Nor let a sudden triumph blind You to tho fact that Death will get objects dimly but all are classed a . 'you. (Iy Forbou W. Fflrbalrn.) totally blind hi nn industrial sense. London, Juno 28. Eighteen nnd Under tho provisions of tho war risk f tons shooting jhrough tho net each man will receive compensa Fate cares not If you'vo spent your days nlr nt ninety miles nn hourt Thnt's tion of $100 n month nnd in ndditlon In philosophic speculation, tbo record designed to bo achieved $57 50 h month from government InOr if you'vo taught tho latest crazo by Hrltaln's newost master of tho surance. ! to tho Hesitation. nlr- - tbo Tarrant trlplnne which was And one-ste- p The National Debt. wrecked on Its maiden trip, causing During the month of May tho naolcctric-llghted nooks, the. death ot ono. It in n monster tion's public debt Increased $1,090,-000,00- If, in You'vo guzzled foreign wines at airship the world's largest and a treasury statement Just IsRector's, was designed by W. (3. Tarrant nnd sued shows. Tho total national d"bt Use d constructed by tho Tarrant Aircraft has now reached tho 'high mark of Don't think the art of cooks Company, of Surrey. over $25,921,1GO,000. Can conquer Doom's eternal spec-''tre- s. It realty lu n flying giant. Its dl- Mints Working Overtime. monMloiiH are greater than any yet Tho demand for coins in tho United nttompted for hcavicr-than-n- lr craft. States is so heavy that every mint in Origlnnlly designed to bomb Uerlln, tho country is forced to work over- You'll havo to leave your summer home, nnd any other cities scheduled for n time. During May tho output ot The dance, tho revelry, the ladles; s, similar greeting, It was converted Inquarters, dimes, nlckle. to n pence ttrrler. Why tho great and pennies amounted to $1,233,880 Your tonrlng car must stay at home There is no parking spaco in Hades pUino wrecked Itself is a mntter still the dlrecto of mints states. There puzzling tho experts. Hut tho experiIs nn enormous demnnd for pennies ment will not be abandoned. and ttie rato of coinage Is now anou; You may be born of noble stock, Vnur relatives mav all be brokers: Ninety-tw- o passengers will be carSO.OOO.O'jO a month. mm .xi'-.-.t- ol sees nothing save tho clock, For Any Ache or Pain. ried by this monster In flight. It 3,500,000,000 one-cepic -j have But death It heeds the rich no more than stands thlrty-BOve- n foot nbovo the been coined in this country. otHclals SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS stokors. ground. It reminds thp spectator of declare, but where they hav goto ! MILES MFDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. various things a huge fowl, a subIs a mystery. Banks tbrou;nout tho marine, an Atlnntlc liner nnd a flycountry complain that the: nro un- In lite some travel on the sub, the While limousines transport ing machine. Its fusllnge is seventy-si- x able to meet tho demands ot the others, feet long, and tho Interior has not public for pennies, needed, it is statn slnglo wire or span to obstruct the wisdom or piety. It Is attained In- ed, to pay odd-cetaxes, street car But on the final trip, tho dub, by living a clean, unassuming The millionaire, they are all brothvlow. Looking at it from the front, stead fares, etc. among ers. Clipped. tho three tiers ot wide spans of wings life of hearty brotherhood S. S. I'AII) TO ESTATE. might stand for thrco decks of an comrades whom ono loves nnd wants In event the owner of thrift or war to bo loved by living patiently nnd STORY OF NUMBER 40. oconn ljner. savings stamps dies, tho treasury deTwo of these giants wcro under quietly nnd helpfully until the circle partment announces, payment on ths ono lives with has come to trust alike 40 years ago an old doctor was put construction by the nlr ministry dursaid stamps will be made to "the d'ul ting up a medicine for diseases of the ing tho Inst months of tho war. Each his sincerity, his unselfishness, his appointed representative of tho es- blood, that cured the worst cases of The' would have dropped sixteen bombs of discretion and bis sympathy. tate." Should there be no legal rep- specific blood poison, and time provChariot. 460 pounds weight. Thrco and one-ha- lf resentative of tho estate payment will ed that the cures were permanent tons of explosives in one single Doing hard work in a bent or be made to persons who, in the opin- After many years I secured the prerelease ot the bomb-rac- k lever. That's stooping position puts a stitch in tho ion of tho department, are entitled scription, (being a 'druggist), and tho fnte tho armistice saved Gerback that Is painful. If tho muscles to It. These will bo considered in took each ingredient separately and many's capital. you can't get the following order ot classes: Hus- referred to my U. S. Dispensatory and Tho triplano has an advantage over have becomo strained, rid of It without help. Tho great band, wife, next of kin, or other per- other authoritative books on medical tbo biplane, Insofar as it economizes' penetrating power of UALLAKD'S son who has prefered claims against properties set down as follows: "Emon tho sprend of wings. Tho span of SNOW LINIMENT will appeal to you the estate, or creditor for funeral ex- ployed in diseases of the glandular the lnrgcst plane of tho Tarrant maBtrongly at such times, because penses or expenses of the decedent's system, In blood poison, scrofula. chine is 131 feet, which In Itself In- most It is the very thing you need. Price last illness. constipation, stomach and liver trou volves n very considerable strain on Army Anininls Purchased Abroad. 25c, SOc nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold bles, chronic rheumatism, catarrh, in tho Joints. To gain the i... obtained CO, 000 horses were Though over by Ohio County Drug Company. in sores, ulcers, skin eruptions, mercuriby three pianos out of two only, the bought in this country and sent al and lead poisoning. Under its uso span would have to be Increased to abroad for war duty more than twice nodes, tumors and scrofulous swellMAY SET UI NEW RECORD 171 foet. To drive this great bird IN FEDERAI.-AIROADS that number were purchased for tho ings that have withstood all other thore nro six engines which develop American army In foreign countries. treatment disappear as if by magic." ty tho nggregati 3,000 horsepower. During May tho Secretary of Agri Over 109, S00 horses were bought in To commemorate my fortieth year as Tho fusllnge whin converted to peace France; in Spain, 1500 were purchas- .1 druggt&t 1 named this medicine usage was sixteen foet wide, as culture approved project statements ed, in Great Urltain, 11,800. The 'Number 40 For The Blood." J. C for 124 Federal aid projects, involv ngalnst tho original width of ten feet. ing tho improvement of 750. 87 miles value of these animals was estimat- Mendenhall, Evansville, Ind. Sold by ncc-- It has been potsiblo to gaip all purchaOhio County Drug Company. mnrv citrnnf-H- i In Mm fiicllnpn with. of road at a total estimated cost ot ed at $4 9,025,900. The mules 0 numbered over $15,120,771, and on which Federal sed-overseas mm any otu tbo uso of and wcro valued approximately SAVINGS CERTIFICATES or struts. Clrculnr girder rings i aid in the amount of $G,3S2,0S1.2S at $11,11G,000. Over 9,000 mules now in $1,000 form; spaced between with longerons run-- ! was requested. This represents tho were bought In Franco, 12,900 in lnrgest number of project statements ning tho entire length of the body to approved during any month since tho Spain and C.700 in Great Britain For tho convenience of Investors, a tho work, and there Is a clear walk passage of the Federal Aid Road Act. Altogether, tho animals purchased now form of War Savings Certificate from end to end of tho During the month there were exe- - overseas for war service numbered has been prepared, in denominations Seats for two pilots are raiscuted bv tho Secretary and tbo sever- - about 152, o00 of $100 and $1,000 (maturity value.) ed well within tho nose, advanced 12 Dead Letter Snlo Nets Stft.OOO. proFormerly it was necessary1 to attach beforo tho planes and tho propel-lor- s, al State highway departments 81 feet Approximately $15,000 was the involving tho im20 or 200 stamps to certificates in or thus giving an unoostructed ject agreements, provement ofiCC7.71 miles ot road at amount received at tho auction sale der to carry $100 or $1,000 worth of vlow. For fighting purposes each pidivi-2- a total estimated cost of $7,992,76S.?jof. articles accumulated in the War Savings Stamps. T.he new form lot would have had a light machineand on which $3,570,087.22 Fed- - sion of dead letters of the post office is also the same form ot hecurlty, but gun by his side. A gun pit advanced nsido department in Washington the other still further Into the nose hns ac- -' crnl aid was requested and setagree- - day. Jewelry constituted the bulk of eliminates the necessity of saving a In the Treasury. In addition, number of stamps in small denominacommodntlon for two more guns, and the articles sold. A woman's j tions. gun stations arc made on tho top . ments to cover 59 other projects wcro ' In process of execution during mond ring brought $403 nnd an unsi Both the $100 and $1,000 certifi wing to flro over tho tall, nnd below down for diamond was knocked cates may be purchased outright by to flro under tho tall. Altogether the month. including May 31, Up to and 1919,' $177.50 paying the cost of the then current eight guns would havo been carried nrolect statements for 1.188 nrolccts during the war. value of 20 or 200 "War Savings on tbo raids If you feel "blu "no account," Stamps respectively. Immediately behind tho pilot's had been approved. Tho 1,188 11,350.10 miles of or lazy, you need n good cleaning out. The same rate of interest, the same scats is an engineer's room. Hero are projects involve is tho right thing for that road, a total estimated cost of maturity date and tho same redemptho various levers and mechanism for IUO IUi j'UOU, K OlllltlltUlUO llfCli tion privileges, as prevail with the working the engines. Tho engineer 295,329.15, and a totnl of $43,070, 176. 03 Federal aid. On tho same tones up tho stomach and purifies tho smaller denominations of the stamps, take vocal instructions from the 60 cents. S4 in starting, tho pilots by this date C17 project agreements had bowels. PriceDrug Company.Sold by are part of this new form ot War m 5,291.80 Ohio County been executed, involving Savings Ccrtificato. method being loft free to control tho m miles of road, at a total estimated dollars (maturity Ono thousand flying. However, they exercise a THATwhich lightens labor, sancti- valuo) in War Savings'Stamps, ot any ot which master control over tho engines and cost of $47,420,749.49, Fdderal funds. fies toll and make's a man good and was from one issue, is the LIMIT permitted by havo lovers by which tho throttle can engl-nTo- rs law,' to bo hold by any ono person. 1. separately adjusted. The Such Investment Is equal to the curroom Is very cramped, flanked rent cost of 200 War Savings Stamps. us it Is by tho main gasoline tanks Every member of a fnmlly may carry with others overhead. Their comthe maximum holding of stamps bined capacity is 1.C00 gnllons. Supnamely, $.1,000. plementary tanks woro to havo been PRINCIPAL DATE ' lltted Tor tho Atlantic flight. Tho MEN UNDER ARMS WAH WAS DECLARED. COUNTltY. Lttmo Shoulder. uvorago speed with tlx engins going Austrin-Hungar- y 3,000,000 July 28,1911 This ailment is usually caused by designed to keep a maximum of was 4, 1914 Aug. 300,000 rheumatism of tho muscles. All that Belgium nlnoty miles an hour, 2G, 1917 45,000 Is needod is absolute rost and a few Oct. Brazil trlplnno is too hugo nn affair Tho 14, 1915 300,000 applications ot Chamberlain's LI Oct. Bulgaria to ho hauled out of Its hnnger by 540,000 mont. Try it. Aug. 14, 1917 ..'. m ordinary means, nnd tho weight rests China 7, 1917 Apr. 11,000 ,.! .a Cuba on trucks running on n speciul line Aug. 3, 1914 0,000,000 BKK.UUNO UP SHU'S ' out to tho flying ground from which Franco Aug. 4, 1914 NOT AN EASY TIIIXG 5,000,050 Great Britain it tnkos off. 1, 1914 7,000.000 Aug. Apart from tho Immonse spread ot Gerinauy 300,000 Nov. 28, 1910 "Peoplo who talk glibly of breakGreece the planes, tho most imposing feature Haiti p.. July 15,' 1918 20,000 ing up tho Gorman battleships foe the of tho giant aro tho engines. Four 3,000,000 Bike of the matoilal of which they are May 2i, 1915Italy d of tho piopeller are 23, 1914 1.400,000 composed, can not have the falntes4 Aug Japan iriitor screws, arranged two In Liberia . 4, 1917 400 idea of what such a task entnlla." Aug. nnd lower lino beiwoen tho middle 40.000 aay the wrltor in Pearson's Weekly. Aug. 3, 191 1 MoRtontgro nnd middle and upper plane reapec-- tl 250 J -- They certjjlnly. are not awure thjt Apr 1'hu other two are at the l'nunmti 'v uvery rivtti lyaxyiy lie 1:111 N;ov. Mraiaiy Portugal sa.'ioii ...i back o'f tho plana and are ' 320.000 unit knotkerf Ou?TiiHt an it wan lcnock- Aug. 27, 1810 Houuianln ten feet lu diameter. ri '"iWs of ' Aug. QAPJO,000 Jed in whan tfie ship was being built. 1. 1011 Russia The tiring system Is operated from May 1.000 "The only valuable parts of a brok 84. 1915 compartment. The ten Marino th" p'iulnur'a .July 28, 191 1 304000v ttt-u- p haUlitthlD are bur furniture Serblu diith r the plane is 15 feat i inch Iniv 22. 1917 3M00 woodwork, bur aonaller auxiliary i l great middle pluue extsaila Hiaui Hi' 800,000 glnos, hur ponta aud her bra aud . 1814 Nov. . of 1S1 feet, with the Turkey V f 4.000,000 copper The bras, and copper are by Apr 0. 1917 United State (German) of theupper aud lower plana l.pili Ij 7, 1317 far ili a nrnei valuablo ot all, aud am, United Statea (Austrian) The total wing surface is 98 f. t then fore, taken out first. Meijl" in fet. ... .41,113,050 a gowrnmgut 'sahfidutaMmplltf bras t Total men ( -. 10,600.000 or epppar, and whon an elderly un.t , t INFLUENCE la not nehlived or For central rowers . . v .30,513,050 01 the BrUUUNavy Is sojd to b Ij.jV- cuJMvated by pretontlom to either For Allied Powers. ., . fORLD'S GREATEST GOVERNMENT NOTES. strong, wlso S. aTt'i(V A .. .. JWflf . C X&X .1 ono-hal- W Stop That It's Stopping Your Work Headache 0, w&mBSsam When you use a cultivator you want thorough cultivation first of all. But you want to f"j?xis'? f'jrvsaara. 5Khi'9B,fvr'5rtt high-price- Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work cet this result in the shortest possible time and with the least possible labor. We want you to see why using the John Deere KC Cultivator does away with the necessity for hard work, and at the same time gets the most thorough results. Here arc just a few of its features that will appeal to you. Using it, you can meet every field condition without stopping No to make adjustments. wrench is necessary. Cultivation at even depth and distance of cultivation from the row arc half-dollar- nt accurately regulated by means of handy levers. Because of its parallel chlft rigs, its shovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail in dodging on crooked rows. No uncultivated spots are left. You get thorough cultivation over all of the field. The rigs shift quickly in response to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs is as natural as walking. Wc want yen to get into the seat of this cultivator and see for yourself how handy wd reliable it is. We've never seen its equal for work in the field. time-savinlabor-saving, weed-destroyi- Don't fail to come in early and gefacquainted with the "K.C." J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ve- r Dam, Ky. Both Phones. r- - LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD D Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Refiered Alter a Few Doses of Black-Draught 29,-00- cross-supporte- ! 7C-fo- ot Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia Higginbotham, of this town, sayf-- "At my age, which is 65, the liver does not act so well as when young. A few years ago, my stomach was all out of fix. dosea of Black-Draugh- t" 5, dia-plac- cd I constipated, my liver didn't act My digestion was bad, and It took so little to upset me. My appetite was gone. I was very weak. . . f I decided I would give a thorough trial as I knew it was highly recommended for this 'trouble. I began takjig it I felt better after a few tioses. My appetite Improved and I became stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least trouble wax aoon rich ted with a few 'All drunJar I was Black-Draught Black-Draug- Seventy years of successful use ha made Thedford's a standard, household remedy. Everjj member, of every family, at times, need the help that can give In cleansing the system and relieving the troubles that come from constipation, Indigestion, ,lazy liver, etc. You cannot keep well unless your stomach, liver and bowels are In good working order. Keep them that way, Try It acts promptly, gently nnd in a natural way. If you feel sluggish, take a do6o tonight You will feel fresh tonmrrow, 'Price 25c. a package One cent Black-DraugBlack-Draug- Dates Nations Went to War. en up, her value will largely depend upon tho amount .of 'metal' she con tains. "Some years ago when a number of old ships were put up at auction by tho British government, tho War-pit- e sold for 190,750, while tho Galatea, as largo and not so old, brought only 54,000. Tho secret ot the big dlffcrenco was that tho Warsplto had brass tubes to the number of 12,000 while the weight of 'metal" on her stern post rudder frame and plating was 05 tons, The Galatea had far less brais about her. MINDS OF GREAT MEN UKGE THRIFT. Economy makes happy hpmes and sound nations Instill It deep. George Washington. Teach economy. That is ono ot tho first and highest vlrtures. It begins with caving money. Abraham Lincoln. Save, and teach all you aro Interested in to save; thus pavo the way for moral and material success Thomas " , ,... two-blade- 12-fo- ot f four-blatl-- .'..... -- n-- 5,-0- ...... ....., ,..:.j. .- ,!'. ... Extravnganco rots character; train youth away from it. On the other hand, tho habit of saving money, while It stiffens tho will, also brightFOR FLETCHER'S ens the energies. If you would bo sure that you are beginning right, begin to bavo. Theodore. Roosevelt. STIUOTI.V AMIMUCAN. Save your Tnoney nnd thrive, or pay tho prlco In poverty and despair. An American Red Cross nurse servAndrew Jackson. ing In a French hospital where Amof-cj- ii Save', young man, and becomo wounded had been &ent on It you and respected. duty in her ward when a couple of would bo wealthy, think of saving nurse arrlvod tn ,u some- well as getting. Benjamin Rrank-lin- . what excited s'ato.. "Couia quickly! The American buy lie also, that Is slothful ia brother fn our ward hue suniethlus the matu to him that Is a great waster. Pro with hi leg. K'ory time we mnto it verba: 19-be nuya something, and we cannot Enigality when all ia spent ton late Jkmecu. e -- ..x. . 1 Hben the nuraVi uirlTed at the TIlOUGHTFL'Ii IIUSJUXD. of the VxierIoan there were a couple of ordarlloi, tevtral mire Viva. Vlstbush Are vnu wt'arinr French nurse anil a convalescent patient or two trying to do lomethlus those pretty suspeodera with fluwc all over them. I gave you for you to Ills leg, which wui in a east. ' Jik- - birthday, Henry. "What's the matter with dgnr; I w Mr. KlaUmsJi-oN- Q, ed tho nurne. "Nothl'ig For the love of Mike, afiald the lie.ll I'jji usjng in plfo h call thrm, off. 1 only tried to toll a buttou wq'nlil rujt ' . Statetman them It wan comfortable.'' Jefferson. Children Cry CASTORIA 0. bod-sid- 11 if, eJin-"o- nlrf flThe Hartford Republican PuhlMied Weekly ly HAIITKORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLKY, IMIIor nntl Uuslness Manager. " " to law at the Entered roRtofllco, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of tho second class. according all communications Tho Hartford Republican. Address to taxi:s Subscribers desiring the paper sent State, County and Common school to a now address must give tho old tax bills, for the present year have address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c been placed in my hands for collec )er line, and Be per line for addition- tion Cash is needed with which to al Insertion. .u Obituaries, Resolutions and uaraa nnv runnlnc exnenses. Come and of Thanks, Cc per line, money in ad- - i get your tax bill whllo it may be . urocurcu at cosi Church Notices for services free, S. A. BRATCHER, ... A.lin. nilvardcamonta Kl flAr Hniv Sheriff of Ohio County. will Anonymous communications m rocoivo no attention "" lienort of tho Condition of TELEPHONES. Beaver Dam Deposit Bank ipS Cumberland Doing business at the town of Beaver OB Farmers Mutual Dam, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky at the close of ' JUIA' 4 business on 25th day FRIDAY of June, 1919. Resources. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce I. B. Mason a candidate for Representative of Ohio county, subject to the ection of the Republican party at tho primary election August 2, 1919. notice to sunsciuncRS. wo arc perhaps often saved, for by the roar only nro pedestrians, 'Wo men and Httlo children" warned to flee for safety. Horns on sonic of the automobiles aro rarely over used, drivers seeming to prefer an absent cut-oand the muffler, n wide-ope- n whir of their motor to warn tllier users of the streets and highway to cet out of their way. If this reckless 'speeding nntl disregard for the law Is not stopped, somo of these days there Is going to bo a tragedy, another tragedy, that Is, and somo careless man or boy Is going to do tlmo In the penitentiary, ns by all the laws of right and decency ho should. , . this STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFIukc.) ff July 28, was some big day, it was the day tho brand was lighted that sot the world afire in bloody warfare, It was likewise tho dato on whkh peace articles wcro signed, the last Saturday beforo July 1, nnd the date Bros, gave their 011 which Howard barbecue at Baltimore, ono mile West . of Horton, v. as Some sort of a colebratlon staged adjacent to our neighborhood, on Canine Alloy, Sunday night Considerable, and at times, heated argument was Indulged in that could be heard for some four or five tquares. We could not lenrn whether tho affair was In honor of the signing of peace terms, or for July 1. SIT STEADY IN THE BOAT nun. . K". Its no trouble now to get men to sign the pledge, but the fellow who does, gets tarnation lUtlc credit. 1t S s&& SISSeaM ,, i5 queer tumg to me, the luck ot some men. Luther King recoWi 1, or claimed to havo received, an Its a ui-ge- nt 3-- We are authorized to announce George Baker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for the nomination for 052,977.94 Total State Senator in tho 7th Senatorial Liabilities. district, composed of tho counties of Capital Stock, paid in, in Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub-leI 25,000.00 cash to the action of the Republican Surplus Fund 39.UOO.00 party at the primary election, August undivided I'ronts, less exa. 1919. 1,939.19 penses and taxes paid . Deposits subject We are authorized to announce to check $372,913.29 Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg Time DeposCounty, as a candidate for the nomi- its $214,125.46 5S7.038.75 $652,977.94 nation tor State Senator in the 7th . Total Senatorial district, composed of State of Kentucky.) Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun)Sct. ties, subject to the action of the ReCounty Of Ohio.) publican Party at the primary elecWe, I. P. Barnard and John H tion to be held August 2nd., 191 J. Barnes, President and Cashier of the do solemnly Bank, above named We are authorized to announce swear that the above statement is Greenville, true to the best of our knowledge and of Belcher, Newton Muhlenburg County, a candidate belief. I. P. Barnard, President, lor the Republican Nomination for Jno. H. Barnes, Cashier. State Senator la tho 7th District, comSubscribed and sworn to before posed pf Butler, Ohio and Muhlenburg counties, subject to the primary me this 2nd day if Jjly, 1919. My commission expires January 22, Election to be held Saturday, August 1922. 2nd., 1919. MARSHALL BARNES, Notary Public. how is your stock in Correct Attest: your savings, closet? C. P. AUSTIN, FRANK BARNES, "We are told that meat is to be JNO. H. BARNES. cheaper, and we havo likewise heard Directors. is a Judgement day comthat there e ing. Report of tho Condition of the In looking over the' Owcnsboro BANK OF HARTFORD Messenger it is no trouble to discover Doing business at the town of Hartof our friend, and the ford, County of Ohio, State of former editor of this paper, Mr. J H. Kentucky, at the 'close of Thomas. business on 25th day of June, 1919. H the "flu" would condescend t: tackle this cnmm'i "ty at th pres-enResources. time It would to up aeainst more al- Loans and Discounts. . . .$260,286.41 leged preventno In the hando of the Overdrafts, secured and ultimate con1, liner than ever before 1,086.75 unsecured ct foot-prints t call to be in Owcnsboro last Monday afternoon if possible to get there. Tho trains wcro all gone, j King goes and gets Ranse Martin to $440,327.31 take him in his car; thus Ran?e gets Loans and Discounts away from Mrs. Martin and his secured and Overdrafts S39.49 folks. Its better to be born lucky unsecured than Stocks, Bonds and other 8S.2S5.09 Securities 105, 363. 5S Due from Banks I've been taiKing to the Directors 21.S62.56 'bout raisin my salary, but they 'pear Cash on hand Banking House, Furni to think its assessed for more'n its 1,300.00 worth now. ture and Fixtures . ... good-looking. 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 MAXWELL sells so fast. About July 7th to Sth, we will receive a large shipment. They will be of the 1920 model, the latest and best thing made in the way of popular priced cars. Wait! Look them over. Treat yourself right by inspecting this new car. think I'll take the matter of raisin my salary, up with DilUs Ward and the Board of Supervisors, 'cause I hear plenty of fellers sayln hits awful the way they raiso things. I ACTON BROTHERS , HARTFORD, KY. We saw Doc Spot all dolled up a few days ago and we axed him where he had been. Doc says over to the commencement. Wo axed him where, church member; or crippled and ex cepting those too poor to make the an he says to Owensboro. trip, spent at least a part of one of This dry business hit us at the these das in Owensboro Fluke havwrong time, along about tho time ing been a charter member of th- we might have saved a right smart class last mentioned wns amongst in postage, everything gets as dry as those who remained at home. a cracked lip, and not a chance to rounsviLi.K. invest our postal savings. So wo will have to put it in the cash drawer. I guess. Mr. Will Elmore, of Shrcveport, Louisiana, was visiting relatives and Nat Lindley, of Point Elfasant, war friend? In Fordsvllle ihi week Mr. hoeing in Mrs. Llndley's garden the Elmore was formerly a cltlen of other day and dug up a coin of very Fordsvllle, but has been In Shreves-po- rt for about fifteen years. ancient date. Its, a safe bet that Corporal Willis Cobb, who has Mrs. Lindley knows from whence the coin came and that others will find been over seas for about a year, retheir way into the aforesaid garden. turned home Wednesday. Paul Tilford, son of Captain J. J. If Ohio county had caught on fire Tllford, returned homo this, week afFriday or Saturday, especially Satur- ter soveral months service overseas Miss Evelyn Thomas, of Hartford day, it would have burned up as sure as fate. Nearly every ablebodled visited her friend Miss Louise Smith n not a good working from Monday until Friday of last man-per3o- week Quito a number of Fordsvllle people spent Sunday at Pleasant Grove, service. Ever fat the ordination 'body reported a pleasant time. Ot'o C Martin, prorrlnent attorney if Haurord was in town Saturday attending polcio court. Misses Nellie Cooper and Mary Daniel are visiting relntlves In Rochester, New York. They expect to return home in about a month. Mr, and Mrs Dennis Walker went to Hartford yesterday, to spend a few das with Mr Waikr'3 brother, Rev. Russet Walkor. Mr. Harvey Ford went to OwcnB-bor- o Tuesday to spend n few days-witrelatives and friends. Miss Louise Smith went to Hartford lo spend tho Fourth with . Miss Evelyn Thomas. to-dn- y An Invitation eeeee4eeeeeeee4 I Cream-Buyin- g Open in Station We want to extend to the teachers of Ohio county schools a special invitation to make our store their shopping place next week. Our stock is piece goods, includcomplete with ing Georgette, Crepe de Chine, plain and fancy Voiles, Organdies, Lawns, Wask Skirtings, etc. mid-summer struck. Wo figured or, rrporting thj names of Hartford urd Chio county citizens who made biii'nein trips to Owcnsboro, during the jiast Week, but got to thinking nisijM? we might hurt feelings left and eome fellow's nil out. Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Bankd Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. . . . Total 93,180.60 98, 685. SO 13,228 70 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 get out of the hard' work of churning. We have two Ready-to-We- ar Department ' 497.58 4,500.00 $471,465.30 , 0all. From all appearances Governor Liabilities. Black and Judge Carroll are arranging to stage a real "hoss" race early Capital Stock paid in, $ 40,000.00 in cash in August. Wo venturo the asser20,000.00 tion that tho betting will change in Surplus Fund goal Undivided Profits, less ex " favor of tho Jurist before tho receiving days in a week for Cream, every Tuesday penses and taxes paid 6,069.40 is reached. Deposits subject and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each The first round of a fight Fchedul-c- d to check ...$270,3S7.14 to go to tho finish, between tho Time Deposweek. Some people don't understand how to han131.9S0.S2 405,307.96 Drawers and Prohibition was won by its dle Cream, they think it must be sweet before we the Brewers Tuesday, when a Fedoral Duo Banks and Trust Companies 27.94 Judge In Baltimore, dismissed an will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit Indictment for violation of the food $471,465.30 Total conservation act by manufacturing to sour. Call our place of 'business over 'phone or in State of Kentucky,) bcor containing more than one-ha)Sct. 11 1 1 2 of one per cent alcohol. w yuu iiuw you person anci1 our manager win County of Ohio,) AVo, J. W. Ford and C. O. Huntor With tho penco trouty signed, tho can make money with less work. Couptry as dry an u chip,, tho locust Provident and Cauhlor of tho above Bnnk, do solemnly swear named bason Hearing an ond and tho between Willard and Damp-Ro- y that tho nbovo statement ig truo to (Ins to be nettled this afternoon, tho bot of our knowlodgo and bewa oon curl up und prepare to slide lief. s J. W. FORD, President. with nothing on our into O. O. HUNTWl, Cashier. iHlniU other than the primary oleo-tiSulwcribed ami sworn to before and the high cost of living. m thU 3rd day of July, 1919. Ouueil and OrTted by Armour & Co., Incorpoiated, ISrnnch House, My Couiwlaalon Uxplres February Z HAKTFOHW, KENTUCKY. Tfcere are a few people In this pjace who drive their automobile, Si'. 11)12. L. T. RILEY, Manager. nawningly, with but little regaid for Jk'. S. TIN8LBY. Notary Public " ordinance, taw and the rJghU of other Qorreet Attoet: United Status l'uoil Adtnlnlstintlon Llcunso No. C. O. HUNTER, We ee them paae our door ItOWAK UOWiRQOK. gteal0iiM'. at a rate ol jteed tearK. 1. UU tUIUHRMAN. . ful fi boWd. Ad tee note $ Director. toiuetitDM equal to a t clone, but by lf No greater line in Ohio county. See us for the latest in Voile, Organdy, Silk, Crepe de Chine, 4 upiuiu Georgette Waists. Get our prices on Silk Dresses. See our white Wash Skirts. 0 Remember, we are offering some special prices in our Millinery Department. Special prices will prevail throughout our entire store. Thanking you in advance for your presence, we, ask you to remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. t dog-day- en KENTUCKY CREAMERIES 1 4 1 t V i NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVES find P 41 piyvjflUpy Fsjj ft MMPff W-ft iTC''5,'MiiWarilWWWfc 1H I EiSgi i ItaaMjr ' v. - vv -- Vfo Vim. I 5 s EIgiCJ c K- AdoipK Zukor Presents a aJaZiMB2a33E5v'..;-3i JOHN ANITA Jv,T. aP jifrm cr. hvfc mvt bitp.x, ..? -i V eti llt'.'- U'V wa w - PRODUCTION ?nv tr" ".Kjf tan re ! V.' TV' Irac 9 'vsatry Ul3?J V.'M? Xl.,' '-- - m vi 5WWW3 VM "WKt pii 7 VrfifcV ' II till Ik w - THE J.ONG BLUB CHIMNEY BURNERS turn every drop of oil into clean, intense heat and drive it full force, directly against the utcnsiL None wasted no smoke or odor. They give an abundance of perfect cooking heat for every purpose dtlidouj results! IvMU y WIW 4 EKNEST TRUEX and w,th ' LOUISE HUFF Light and heat instantly name stays where set. 3,000,000 users. We'll be glad to give yon a demotutratiom fiflhlt high tearing flame. liHIitB . ir r 8 ' k i The Hartford FRIDAY t ACTON BROTHERS Hartford, Ky. H RepUBlican JULY ! f;ij;'"-':.-S- ; I To this dato the County Clerk has Issued only 57 hunter's licenses. Don't forget to pay that little hill on subscription you owe the Wlwat'::::p'v nm :::: ' Sf)fd Ki LSr ""' Srm liVr 'JnVrl S1 Wf i- What Sort of Women Do Men mm "old-fashioned ' worn- , Wm iMm - f'Ltrfy&k Are you an an who doesn t care a whoop? I t V mm "vV 1 - rv" l - But see "0h' You wmen!" be- fore you answer. You may change say roar" ing comedy' 4h' You women," throws a great gleam of light on one earth's biggest problems woman's place in the world of t Reconstruc- In any evenl It's timely! It's human! it will make you laugh and hit you where I . ? Personal News and Social Euents. Mr. C. C .Coylc, of the Washington neighborhood, is quite ill with the !; flux. Miss Louise Phipps, ot Stithton. spent tho week-en- d with her mother here. Squire Leslie Combs and Mrs. Combs were In Owensboro, last Misses Willyc and Sallye Llndley, of Matanzas, were guests of friends here Tuesday. Miss Winona Stevens, of Louisville, Is tho guest of Miss Dewey Johnson, of near town. Rov. Russoll Walker, pastor of the local Baptist church, was lnOwens-boro, I i j;i;v jVr'f :::::n:5L c' :::: ::: :::: I : : : : : Si, C "F ' oSLT fi-bD? yu'n I . x : ::::x f Every woman MUST SEE "Oh You Women." Who's Doss nt your house? "Oh You Women." Got your So Beans, ot W. E. ELLIS & lW' ffilyiv'wfffi?' J5 HAI ,Jvv l0"Sj&sf WrfeSfff -- T 35 - i 3: i T: ? I f See ::::x:::::xj' ::::T:::Mar JgaEraK ''? 4' !f :JE "i-- DRO. 100 pounds of Meal, $6.00. lLEIt'S GROCERY. It apppare to us very much UKe all local news hail also dried up. Messrs Nat and Chester Llndley, of Matanzas, wero In town Tuesday. last week-en- d. Miss Elizabeth Mooro was tho guest of friends in Owensboro SatMiss Clltno Felix spent the with friends at Sulphur Springs. urday and Sunday. Miss Margaret King spent from Miss Willie Dennett Bpent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Voscoo Daird. Saturday until Monday with Miss Em-H- e Hell, at Hcflln. Wo suro have some good prices Rov. A. D. Litchfield was In Hop- on furniture. klnsvllle, last week to see his father, ILER'S GROCERY. 'who resides there. Mr. Cecil Felx is homo on a short Good work horse, and buggy for visit with his mother, Mrs. James ROY STEWART, sale. See McIIcnr., Ky. 51t3 Go to ILER'S GROCERY for tho Seo "Oh You Women" at IDEAL best refrigerator to bo fouud on tho THEATER, Reaver Dam, Ky. July market. 11th and 12th, 8:30 P. M, Miss Loulso Smith, of Fordsvlllo, Mr. Henry I). Loyd, of Fordsvllle, is visiting friends and relatives in came down yesterday to spend a day Hartford. or two with friends here. Mr. Harlan Tlnsley left Monday for Miss Genova Howard spent last Louisvlllo where he expects toaccept week-en- d with Miss Edyth Tlnsley, a position. of tho Washington community. Miss Winnie Dean Moseloy returnMrs, OHIo Hill and eon, J. Carl, ed Sunday from a visit with friends of Kronos, came up Monday to visit near Duford. friends here, for a fow days. Mr. Fred Robertson arrived homo Misses Marjorlo and Evelyn Mullen, Wodnesday to spend tho fourth with of Princeton, Ind., nro guests ot their his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo undo, J. C. Her and Mrs. Her. Sun Kissed Paint $2.25, Sunnyland returned Thomas Miss Evelyn Fordsvlllo, whoro $3.00 and Red Spot $3.75 per gallon homo Friday from she has been visiting Miss Loulso Friday and Saturday. ILER'S GROCERY. Smith. I IDEAL THEATER BEAVER DAM, KY. AT 8s30 O'CLOCK P. M. A Tonic for Married Folks. Friday, July II Especially for Old Bachelor Meh and Women. Saturday, July 12 Equal to a Circus. "Oh, You Women." ' Admission: Adults 30c; Children 20c; Tax Included. They're lovely, hut do really NICR Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree, women wear them? Wear what? Seo of Owensuoro, aro guests of Mrs. Murphreo's father and mother, Mr. "Oh You Women" for tho answer. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. County Agent, M. L. McCracken, Misses Hettle and .Ruth Riley, who went to Louisvlllo, first of the week have been in Union City, Tenn., durto spend a few days with his wlfo. ing tho past year, camo up Tuesday Miss Mildred Elgin, of Adairvlllo, for a visit hero with relatives. arrived Wednesday for nn extended visit with friends and relatives hero. Mrs. J. M. Mattingly and son, Ran-so- n, of Camphellsvllle, 111., are visMr. Charlie Leo, a traveling sales iting Mrs. Mattlngly's father, Mr. C. man of Now Orleans, La., is here, F. Shapmlro, and others of this place. visiting his sister, Mrs. D. S. Ellis and Mr. Ellis. Mrs. J. II. Prltchard and two children, of O'Bannon, near Louisville, Miss Tholma Bennett, ot Decatur, aro visiting Mrs. Prltchard's father Ala., arrived In Hartford, yesterday and mothor, Rev. R. D. and Mrs. Benand will spend somo timo hero visit nett. . ing relatives. Capt. J. W. Marks has arrived In Tho double shelf, STERLINO OIL the States, from overseas, and Is ex- STOVE mounted on castors, togother pected to he at homo here, with his with the famous BOSS OVEN Is sold mother, Mrs. T. S. Marks and family by, ILER'S GROCERY. this week. Practically all ot our neighbors, in excopt- If you happen to bo one ot those fact most everybody we know, paper ling tho women folks, mado business behind with your dues for this kindly take this as a gentle and re- .trips to Owensboro durng the latter spectful hint and como over now, and part of laHt week or the first ot thi3. help the macedonlan. D. E. Ward, County Tax Cora'r., and his very ablo assistant, Miss Ircno Mr. and Mrs. A. V. McFeo, of liar-rlgatWard, aro back In tho office at tho Tenn., arrived here Wednes- court houso, whoro thoy aro busy day to spend several days with Mrs. with the assessment for tho comingMcFee's mother, Mrs. Fronla . year. of near town. e, ., Mr McDowoll Fair, of North Mrs. '.. Wayne GrltUn', of Manlsteo, Monday for tnnooga, Tonn., Is spending somo ton will arrlvo hero nn extendod visit with relatives and days hero with his father and other ' relative-- . friendB. Chat-Mich- - V ! Mr. and Mrs. Fostor Henhott and Mr. and Mrs. Donnls Walker, ot Fordsvlllo, oamo down yesterday to little son visited tho family of E. P. Mrs. Ratio Frost, of Owonsboro, suond the fourth with Rov. Russall Foreman, of Narrows, from Saturday u,"1 Monday. was thn guest of hor father, Dr. E. Walkor. II. Pendleton and family from Friday Wo hnvo almost anything you want until Monday. Show? Yes. we aro selling lots of shoos, coma in and mo our lino. In tho paJnt line. Don't fall to coma In and sea our goods before you buy. Prospects appear to bo ldonl for a Prices ranging from 08e to $4.48. ILBR'S OROCERY. big nttondeuco at tho special Fair ILBR'S GROCERY. " hsld hero today.lt wo can got a good tt Mr. and Mrs. P. O. McKluuey. of hunk of barboouod "mutton" we Mitt Loimrne Collins, of Gren-- ' villa, arrival yesterday to spend tho Oaii(artowu and afra. Coiy Duuuy, think that will bo pretty fair. were the gutaU of their week-en- d with her parents, Mr. aud Hoeknart. aunt, air. R. H. QUleaple Sunday. id laa Ilaatriee Griffin and brother, Mrs. K. T. ColHiu- Z Wayne, of Manlstoq, Mioh.. arrived I am prepared to bo'tom your In Hartford Tuaaday, for a vlait with INSURE your tobacco against do- Thay had been friends and relative ptruetlon by hall. You can't afford chair. Bring them to hip. STEVE I1INS3, gueHts of relative In Baaver Daw. for to take tho rii-- for Mi small cot (Ilavtl), Hartford, Ky. 4!tf a fe.v daya prior to coialag harr CAL P KEOWN, Ag't. lt4 I , Rev. II. Clav Ford, of Greenville. ,.,.. , .... CIlr,st,nll Miss Beatrice Haynes, at Owens- - , fm tho boro, und Miss Mary Jane Blackburn, churoU horo Sunday. Rov. Ford la of Central City, arrived horo yestor- - we known hor0i havlng sorved U0 Wo havo a largo lino of furnlturo day to bo tho guests ot Mrs. L. T. CnrBtlan as pastor congregation In now and would bo glad for you to Rlloy for tho week-ensoma years ago. coma In and look It over. Get our prices on what you need. For Sale Ono large, two story,! Frank Cornell, for two years loasa. ILER'S GROCERY. frame building, as it stands, to b foreman and loul manager for Cos torn down by Auguat' lit. For land Oil Co., in tho CoiKord fl oall or sea Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter spent left here Wednesday for Gam HBNUY N'ALL, Saturday night and Sunday with his Texe, where he will Join Harold ' I uiothor, who Is very slek at the horn Hartford, Ky. brook, In' work in tho oil llolda ot Mr. aud Mm. H. Fulkerson, ot Matuiuus. The i''f dance at tho operau A large narty of young penile trout here, ehaneronad by Mr. and Mre. A. last n.'gi t was well attended. A rlll w. Ira Ulnae, a sixteen year old son ot f )nia mnja w nlAaallpA ... tt fiftv (uylea were thera t...-.- .. ,dered oy tin Joh Mr. ami Mm. Thomas Hlnea, ot near Ennli' Ferry, on the Green River, w. Rosine, was killed by lightning, while Sunday. Misses, Harriett and i un isaxaj r ma urcaesira irom .ni . r or out 01 In n flold at work, the latter pan of Flner Joined the pleasure se Kcrs, ' PiL'eat, , en mute. lat week. d. s ult, ... i- 'on ..iv 3" KINO (IKOIKJK HKNDS MICSHAfUO TO WILSON Accomplishing "the impossible" in a cigarette! -any JNbW- quality in a cigarette. years back since . smokers have heardlof It is T f" is .... r"v smokers; would never have believed a cigarette could do. But here, at last, a cigarette that does what Nl A Here's a cigarette that safrstfesChesterfielcIs. Chesterfields touch,4fee). "smoke-spot- " Chester- fields let you know you're smoking. Chesterfields and Chesterfields only SATISFY! formula for'this blend is the manufacturer's secret. Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. Light up a Chesterfield, some time today, and see how promptly your smoke-sens- e will put the O.K. on "satisfy." It's all in the blend a blend of the finest selections of Turtfsh and Domestic tobaccos. And the London, Juno, 28 King Georgo has sent tho following incssngo to President Wilson! "In this glorious hour when tho long struggle of nations for right, Justice and freedom is nt last crowned by a triumphant pence, I greet you, Mr. President, and tho great Ameri can pooplo In tho name of the British nation. "At a tlmo when fortune scorned to frown, and tho Issues of the war trembled In tho balance, tho Amor!, ran people stretched out the hnnd of fellowship to thoso who, on this sldo ...... . i"r !. uco.iii, wcro untiling tor a righteous cause. Light and hope at once shono brighter in our midst, and a new day dawned. "Together wo hnvo fought to a happy end; together we lay down our arms in proud consciousness of vallan arms In proud consciousness of valiant deeds nobly done. "Mr. President it Is on this day one of our hnpplest thoughts that the American nnd British people, brothers in arms, will contlnuo forever to bo brothers In peace. United beforo by language, traditions, kinship and ideals, thero has now been set upon our fellowship tho sacred seal ot common sacrifice." DIRECTORY mn"nOT-- otl M' Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Hartford. M"St?1r CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owonabpro. Coni'lh. Attorney C. E. Bmlth, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Tortcr, Hartford. Judge HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno?. Clerk R. W. King. I'ollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. 1st 1st 1st 3d iu ..... 4th FORD8VILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Monday in March 12 days Pollco Judge C. P. KcsslnEor. Com'th. and Civil. Marshal Grant Pollnrd. Monday In May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Monday In July 12 days County Hoard of Education. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Monday In September '12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. Monday in November 12 days Div. No. W. Duff, Fordsvlllc. Com'th. and Civil Ky. 20. - . If' Gffx -- &yJVU'fo-(j2, The Joy Of Living. To enjoy life we must havo good henlth. No one can reasonably hope to get much real plcasuro out of life when his bowels are clogged n good bharo of the time and the poisons that should be expelled aro absorbed Into the system, producing headache and indigestion. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets will move tho bowels, strengthen the digestion and give you a chanco to realize the real Joy of living. Try It. m a Div. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Meets first Monday in each month. Dir. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslncv Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. .Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Buticrintriidcnt E. S. Howard. v Ky, Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; 1st Monday In April; lit Surveyor C. 8. Moxloy. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st FIBCAIi COURT. Monday In December. County Bonrd of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April nnd E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jnn. 24 and 25 Common schoo Ronto 3. 2nd District Hartford, Sam L, Stevens, Beav- - diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. or Dam. 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni May, 9 nnd 10 Common Bchool 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. town. May 16 and 17 County toachors. 5Ui District W. C. Daughertr.Balze- - examination. (White) Hartford. town. May, 23 and 24 County teachers nth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rice. Fordsvillo. June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stato 8U1 District B. C. Rhoades, Hartteachers' examination (white) Fords-vill- e. ford, Route D. COUNTV COURT. - A. !rfci "T Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos TWINS TWICE IN THREE YEARS Shamokin, Pn., Juno 21. Mrs. Annie Cholick, 24 years old, has Just given birth to a third set of twins in three years. Tho first set, born In 191C, were boys; in 1917 a boy and girl arrived, and the last two are also HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. June, 27 and 28 County nnd state teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. July, Ohio County Institute, Hartford. 7-- Sept., 19 and 20 County nnti Stato teachers' examination, (white) - blended future Presidents. These tablets are intended especially for stomach troubles, bllllousness and constipation. If you havo any troubles of this sort, give them a trial and realize for yourself what a first class medicine will do for you. They only cost a quarter. m mo Hartford. ford. . Chamberlain's Tablet. Sept. 2C and 27 County nnd State cachers' examination (colored) Hart . Asm? yazi lWefis Lnu$Allii i t GenuineygV and Avoid fCjfrmS3 w,astrfl'Yu3elsl Get the bt m. m eeew aV Zmm.9m MASTEP. C. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. I W;JnW WIMW Is- - CHILD LABOR LAW. Ky. Slate Labor Department sues AVni'iilng. Employers of children are warned that a violation of tho recently enact- ed Federal Ilovenue Act (section 1203 a) entails a fine of 10 per cent of tho year's profits of firm or corporation found guilty. The Act forbids tho employing of uny child under 14 years of age in any mill, cannery, workshop, factory or manufacturing establishment or tho employing of any child under 1C years of age in a mine or quarry. It also forbids tho employing of children between tho ages of 14 and 1C for more than S hours In any one day or more than G days In any one week. The Kentucky Child Labor Law (section 331-- a Kentucky statutes) forbids tho employing at any time of the year, of children undor 14 years of age In any factory, mill, workshop, mercantile establishment, storo, of fice, printing establishment, bakory, laundry, rostauntut, hotel, apartment house, thontor, motion picture or In tho distribution or transmission of nieruliandUe or ostab-Hi-hmon- t, S It forbids the employing, at any time ot tho year, of any child between 1 i and 18 yuan of age iu any factory, mill, workshop, mercantile establish-liion- t, store, office, printing eatablLsh-inou- t, bakery, laundry, restaurant, hotel, apartment hutuo, theater, Motion picture establishment, or lit the distribution or transmission of merchandise or messages, tin lees said child secures a working permit. it forbids the employing, at any tlmo in the year. Id any of the above occupations ef any child for mora than S hour in any one day before 7 a. in. or after C . at. in any one day; mere than 48 hot! re" in any one I Ohio Circuit Court. i wenVr.esse W. Taylor, Guardian. Plaintiu". ihey are the euprrme temedy, m thousands have testified. Vs; Notice of Sale. Una J. Taylor, et al.. Defendants. FOn KIDNY,LIVERAND By vlrture of a Judgement and orSTOMACH TROUBLE der of the Ohio Circuit Court entered ft is the best medicine ever sold at its May term, 1919, in the above over a druggist's counter. 1 them firm and styled action directing mo to sell the naaaawBaraoai within described property for the purfresh, whatever pose of dividing the proceeds among r UVj the weather. the parties entitled thereto and paying the costs of this action and cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best 1 e bidder at the Court House door in 1 AK Hartford, Kentucky, I, on Monday. S-T July 7th.. 1919 nt about tho hour of 12 o'clock noon, (it being regular county court il.iv nnnn n en., lit ,.f Div and twelve months tho following de- - j PERSONAL HYGIENE scrioeu real estate, situated In Ohio week or more than C days in any one NEXT 'JO JjAST YANK Dissolved In water for douches atopr county, Ky., and bounded and depelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamweek. UNIT QUITS RUSSIA' scribed as follows: mation. RtcommrnJivl , I J: c Unguarded machinery of any danBeginning at a point in Levi TayA Safe, Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year HMII gerous description is a violation of Archangel, Friday, June 27. The lor's lino 112 4 poles to a stake in A hcalmjr wonder for nainl catarrh, said Levi Taylor's North East corner; Remedy for Worms tho Law and voids insurance on any last of , pnn.. :,- -i aore throat and inre the American forces here, thence west 112 M poles to a stake in el!ioidinry cViumcn .n.1 .:,4I.I . employee who is under twenty-on- e SeTentj-ntcoDUnn-mi. all SaeiM" frc. 50-said Levi Taylor's lino; thence North r71l-Jid., oh the tub' lot tmUiDOlilal f years of age. (See 10, with the exception of Brig. Gen. Wilds Zbi poles to a stake In John Brown's pa.! The t.Hco TJelCaaMjg. fUlla.hlH. rilKI'S VEllMirUOK can offer comP. Richardson, the American 0 Kentucky Child Labor Law. line; thence East 112 U rioles to a Krp bottle alwji on band. It will belp keep tbe little otiei The penalty for violating any sec mander, and a small detachment of stake at Geo. W. Leach's North West happy and liealUi j. headquarter troops, embarked today corner; thence South 283 poles to 25c. a bottle at ?mr drur tion of the Kentucky Child Labor Law the beginning, containing 200 acre's, LIV-VER-Lrlit'e or ventral tore : or If AX year dealer can't tupplj juu entails a fine of from $15 to $50 fori for Brest. Tho forces which left more or less. aend blfl name and 25c. lu etamps were a battalion of the 310th Enthe first offense. Tho purchaser will be required to and we'll aend rea a bottle prumpUjr. Before sailing, every offi- execute bonds immediately after sale A violation of either Federal or gineers. cer of tho battalion and twenty en- In equal installments due In six and E. & S. FREY renState Child Labor Acts not only twelve months, bearing 6 per cent inBALTIMORE MO. ders employers liable to fines under listed men were decorated by the terest, said bonds to havo the forco both Federal and State Laws but Russian commander for gallantry and and effect of a Judgement, and to bo approved by the Commissioner, and a voids tho employers protective in- efficiency. General Richardson and the head- Hen will he retained as additional sesurance or Workman's Compensation curity on the land herein sold. ' branch on tho south side of Muddy Act In tho event of injury to any one quarters detachment will remain hero Given under my fceveral weeks. field railway day of June, 1919. hand this tho 14th creek, cornor with Jack Mlllor, anil The thus illegally employed. running thence southeasterly courso troops on the Murmansk front will OTTO C. MARTIN. with said Miller's lino to his cornor ahortly. of the valua- Clt3 Master Commissioner. In view Tec rfght all tho time. Don't lay cfl In every homo where there is a ba- leave with Henry Her, from thenco and II. P. Taylor, Attorney. by easterly courso with Ilor to ono of from work for daysVtr-La- taking calomol by thero should also be a bottle of ble services of these latter troops, tho x when pleasant Lio- keeps yoa llcr's McGEE'S I1ABY ELIXEFt. It may North Russian government is plead- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. with Conors; from thenco north on your feet, whilorelievingyour troulx Iler's lino to another of his ing strongly for their, retention bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour corners; thenco easterly with another lc. Safer too, and easy to take Dorit Sarah J. Vineyard, Plaintiff. stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or throughout tho summer, of said Iler's lines to another ono take anything else. You enn't afford vs. The departure of tho 310th Engl-- ; of his corners; thenco In southernly it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eye summor complaint. It is a wholeMizella Baize, et al., Defendants. course to Iler's corner with Jarna-gl- tcm and relieves constipation. A nat some remedy, contains no opium, neers marks tho close of American By virture of a Judgement and orthonco with Jnrnagln's lino to ural remedy, natural in itsactions, der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, Ills comer with J. C. Leach, nnd from in its effect nnd certain in results. bum morphine or Injurious drug of any participation In the Archangel It With the exception of a strong entered nt its March term, 1919, in thenco with J. C. Leach's lino 1 his won't be Ion? beforo Uv. Vc-La- x kind. Prico 2Gc and 50c per bottle. win tho abovo styled action for tho mir- - corner to Muddy creek; thonco to tho .comnlctelv ... Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. .w. .r clisulaco calomol in itir m British resorvo this campaign is be poso of paying tho claims of tho plain- hildrcn can take it freely an4 Muddy ing conducted now only by tho Rus- to i' n tnr, amounting to $22.45, tho costs or taining crookacres,tho beginning, con-- 1 '"jl",0' niMt iiuitLut. Duiviy. r.vcry uoiuu guar130 moro or less, blttllS. INDIANA (lOVISU.VOIt this action and salo nnd tho divisanteed. 60c and ?l in bottles. None Jhe purchaser will bo required to genuino without tho likeness nnd sijrn Tho Russians and British on the ion of tho balance of tho proceeds TO CALL LHGlSLATL'ltK o.putc bond Dlvlaa front aro gaining ground and among tho parties entltlod thereto. with security immediately nfter salo turo of J, K. Grtoby. For salo by" to bo accepted by tho I will offer for sale at public outcry fVlULlAAIM. Hartfor Indianapolis, Intl.. June 24. Gov have taken a number of prison. ffr to the highest and best bidder, at Commissioner, payable in six and twelvo months and a loin will bo James I. Goodrich anuouuoed tonight during the last two weeks' of fight- tho Court House door, lu Hartford, as additional security. Kentucky, on Monday, the 7th day retained that he will call a special session of ing. WILL YOU.-TAK01 von under my hund as commisof July, 1019, at about the hour of 12 o--c the Indiana Legislature either the o'clock noon, upon a credit of six sioner ot the Ohio Circuit Court, .OUR last week hi August or the first week and twelve months, the following de- this tho lltli day of June, 1919. 5100 Reward, $100 i OTTO C. MARTIN, In September to consider ratification scribed real estate, situated in Ohio The readers of ttil paper will la Commissioner. of the federal suffrage amendment pleated to leurn that there is at Uit ootinty, Kentucky, on the waters of Clt.1 creek, and bounded as fol , X. o.,.l Wnn1uneil m. tfl-l- r , The announcement followed receipt we dreaded dlaate that science lua Muddy T..!.... i. . tt.wi, T....l- - Ull'l able to cure In all It atagaa anl t...n A Trsafmenl of a telegram from Mrs. Carrie Chap that le catarrh. Catarrh being greatly held by T,V II. Stewurt, his grantors a enn, Attorneys, W. -- O.influenced by constitutional conditio man Catt In which she said salifica for WEAK anil the successoi for more than riqulres constitutional treatment. Ha,.' forty years by paying taxes on sauiel tion was assured before the nest Catarrh Medicine la taken internally ut LUNGS ot and aetually residing on same ami; e tba Hiooj MBafi IWjMhWriV niJ HaafiA presidential election If all governors acta thru the gysum m the Murou a olftiming possession of same to a well lfirV'AeV7:Ht MXm P' thereby dvair.ivi of who have agreed to do to, call special the foundation of the diaea. giving tn.j riaflBed and marked bonmlarv. wlilnh aSKaEffiliSifai!, CONSUMPTION iwuwu irctiKin uy imiioifuc up me Tor Infants and Children liQltlltig waa adverse to the world for sessions. wuitun ajm ilatlnir natura In r.fntri . wore wars, than forty years noxt to and In Use For Over iiia jironriaiors nave to iiilci Years A quick relief for (hit tired, run down (cellos, , faith In tlie curatlv peweri ot Hell'i before the SOUi day of January, 1902 coucbi, palm la clied. njcht iwoam Catarrh MajJIelae that they On and slnoe has been so owned and hold Always bears II It data Hundred Dellara fer any cue that It folia weak lunci or comumrlloD. the by hla whlows and heirs nt law, ii FOR FLETCHER'S te.eere. Sgrxl fer Hat ef uttlmonlaja. oatbetp you It coita you notbiof, Signature of P. J. ?HBKV A CO.. Tekaio. bsuiidaMl and described m follows: --- i. cr v (C2 i ii Lock dox eie Ohio, Sold by a . 'tc. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Beginning at tho mouth ot a i W J- iJ I COLUMUUB.Q. JZP&jfln tQ)tconomy Every Cake Electric Bitters Succeed when everything elte tails. In nervous prostratJoij and female V t .jfMW Mothers use f i T VTffrevS a e fEvcryWoniKii Wanted farmemdreiZ- s Veritui :ue K 2 sub-secti- S3 USE y T- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. -l isii n; cam-'palg- u. 1 I E tm&ffl GERMINAL REMEDY -- bn "'"" ,......... ,ju, 1 tui-fac- mmmiszmk ISlk p I Children Ory r ir. lr or &0. 30 FOR ONE MONTH bemar-ibaeei- y P r FARM DEPARTMENT. Keep Aw Open Mlnil. Tho war has boon terrible In its loss of llfo. It has been a nlghtmaro of Borrow. It hns squandered tho wealth It has, howovor, of many natlonH. left nmnklnd overywhero opon minded. It luifl made men realUo that thoy could chango their habits ot thought, tholr modes of living and their methods ot farming and business Tho man who realizes that ho can now do things differently, should nov-- sr allow his mind to go back to Its Ho old habit of clnso mlndcdncss. should road and think and talk with his mind ready to receive and use tho lntost and best tho world has to offer hi in no matter whethor It happens to touch his homo, tho school, tho church or his farming operations. If n man can cross the Atlantic on tho wing without n single stop, why not accopt any statement or prediction? If limestone- will sweeten soil nnd hactorla can tako nitrogen from the air and give It to the hungry soil, why not bo ready to try any experiEverybody should ment suggested? Jsoop nn open mind that American farming nnd American farm life may lie on a high piano at nil times. - roport Increases aro outnumbered b? thoso whoso sheep raising docllned. Tho Canadian Food Hoard places tho probablo decrease In sheep In Europe alono In excoss of G4 millions. That Is consldoratbly hlghor than other estlmatos, but It Is fairly safo to conclude that at tho tlmo tho armistice was signed thero wore fewer sheop In the world by many millions than when Uelglum was Invaded. Mr. M. Ij. McCracken, .A Tlio World l)es Moo Tho following squib taken from tho Juno number Farm and Fireside, will provo qulto Interesting to the farmer who has been n heavy purchasor of fertilizers: II V r "It's a mighty balky niulo that won't move when you build a fire under hi m. And It's a mighty Indifferent business thnt won't try to get on safer ground when It feels tho wrath ot public opinion burning It. "Tho bettor elements of tho fertiliser Industry realised that the shortcomings of Us weaker brothern worn putting tho entlro business under a cloud of suspicion, nnd this bettor clcmont has been exerting strenuous Farm Implements Demonstrated efforts to put the whole- Industry on a I The county farm bureau of Frank, eo u ml basis. "Tho most progressive step to bo lin county, Ind., cooperating with tho taken by tho entlro Industry Is tho bureaus ot Dearborn, Decatur and adoption of a standard classification Hlpley counties, recently held a demonstration at IJates-vlllfor fertilizers, offectlvo with fall shipSevon portable llmestono pulments of fertilizers. Deforu you order your next lot of verizers, 7 lltno spreaHera, 13 tractors machine, nil furfertilizer write jour state agricultural and 1 experiment station for Its roport of nished by different companies, were fertilizer analyses, and from this you used. Two short addresses were givwill be able to Judgo which manufac- en each day by experts In soil management, liming, and tiling. This turers uphold their guarantees." jevont was attended by 4,000 farmers nndthey were muplJmpregged with r.se Combination. Giving tho farmer good ndvlco tho need of limestone in acid soils and about his soil and what It needs, Is tho tiling of undralncd land. not an easy mnttor.- Soils differ maThe moro proporly and rcgUIarly terially In tho same neighborhood. perfect ndvlco lor Jonos Is all refuso of tho household Is harmWhat Is often poor ndvlco for Smith. What lessly destroyed the bottor for tho ot t!io will work wonders In Ohio will ge henlthfulnuss and comfort homo. small rehulto In Knntucliy. This has beon written to tell the Good food habits aro an Important reader, who 'takes many farm maga zlnes, to bo careful what ho accepts part of personal hygiene and thrift as facts for his own fields. For In- 'Children got such habits by having stance tho following editorial lately ' suitable amounts ot foods served clipped from a Strong farm magazine them and then being expected to eat tells what ground limestone has dono 'what Is 'sot beforo them. for crops la Ohio: I "Tho experiment station In Ohio Is j If you can't savo tho first dollar, report on the uso of you can't savo tho last. Invest overy putting out a stamps. limestone- for tho Increasing of corn 'pay day in experiment was production. An KgRs Now For Uo When mado by using two tons of llmestono I'rM-rvHigher In Price por aero, making oho such application eggs In preserving Experiments every six or eight yours. This methan Incroaso In tho corn conducted by tho United States De od showed crop followed by an oats crop showing partment ot Agriculture In the past year obtained best results from a 10 n flvo bushel Increase, a incroaso ot wheat nnd an increase ot per cont solution of water glass a ton In tho hay crop. At tho pres-o- that Is, ono part of commercial water prices of thoso products, tho ln- - 'glass added to nine parts of boiled creaso would bo worth $50 to $60. water. Good results wore obtained Tlo Ohio station advises liming the corn ground so that tho limo will bo well distributed by tho cultivation. The nbovo report comes from experiments mado on fairly good soil " Tho rosults of ground limestone at tho Kentucky Experiment Station at Loxlngton nnd at tho Experiment Holds out in tho State, have not been so great. In fact, tho soil oxperts when asked for an opinion concerning tho uso ot ground llmestono on land Told by Herself. Her Sin In Kentucky, suld. cerity Should Con"Wo always urgo tho farmers to vince Others. uso ground Ilmohtono and phosphate soils nt tho same time. Perhaps our Christopher, HI. "Por aro not so acid as thoso roferred to In suffered from irregularities, four years I weakness. Ohio and In Jacolitles like southern nervousness, unu was in n run down Illinois. However, all wo can say 13 condition. Two of our big results como from tho comour bost doctors bination of llniostono and phosphnto failed to do mo any ground llmestono alono. tnd not from good. I heard eo much about what This does not apply to bottom lands LydiaE.Pinkhnm's and tho Muegrnss." had dono for others, I tried it Decline In Sheep Slnco 1011. and was cured. I Uoforo tho war tho United Statos am no longer nerh of all had approximately vous, am regular, snoop In tho world. Slnco then tho and in excellent tho total numhor of sherp has de health. I believo tho Compound will cure any female trouble" Mrs. ALICB cronsod from all cuu.ioa nbout Christopher, 111. possibly moro. That makes Helleh, Nervousness is often a symptom of tho world decline In excess of CO mil- weakness or soma functional derangelions of sheep, of slightly greater ment, which may bo overcomo by this remedy, Lydia famous root than tho number ot sheop tu tho Unit- E. Pinkham'a and herb Compound, as Vegetable ed Stated. thousands of women have found by In Bomo countries there has beon experience. If complications exist, write Lydia E. an Incroaso slnco 1914, but from the "Vthcn M'"Mcim Co., reports of tho International Institute buggesuous in rugurd Lynn, Mass., for tu your ailment. of Agriculture and also of tho Food The result of iU long experience ia Administration tho countries which at your service. farm-impleme- nt o. war-savino four-bushol I nt County Agent, Hartford, Kentucky, Dear Sir: Replying to your favor of tho 17th, I beg to say that tho sam-pl- o of wheat which you sent In for diagnosis Is affected with wheat scab. Tho fungus causing tho disease winters over on tho affected grains, on bits of straw and chaff, and even in the soil. In addition to causing tho blighted splkclots, It also causes pfedllng blight, killing tho plants very often before they get beyond the seedling stage. This same fungus attacks wheat, oats, barloy, rye and a number ot grassos, but not so seriously ns It doos wheat. Control measures aro ns follows: Fan the seed grain thoroughly In ordor to blow out tho light, shriveled grains which aro usually infected. plump seed with , Treat remaining formaldehyde ns for stinking smut in order to kill any of tho spores which may bo on t,ho surface. Tho seed should then bo sown on land which has not grown a scabby crop for a number ot years. This treatment Is moderately effective although It does not prevent all tho scab. If all of tho farmers in a community would practice tho saniecon-tro- l measures the losses could be very considerably reduced. Yours very truly, JIAHEL. I.. ItOE. Assistant Plant Pathologist. with a slightly woakor solution, using part of wator glass to 14 partn of water. Hotter rcsultn woro obtalnod when the water was boiled then when unboiled wator wns useU. Kurthenwuro Jars Host Containers In a test ot different containers the oarthenwaro Jar gavo by far tho host Softand most satisfactory results, wood contalnors, nuch a3 candy palls did not glvo satisfactory results, while hardwood contalnors ,such as kegs used for elder and other beverages, gavo much hotter results than tho softwood palls, but did not begin to compare with tho earthenware jars. Even tho hardwood keg. gavo considerable trouble on account' of leakage, and had to bo watched constantly. Galvanized metal containers similar to now garbago palls were also used with success, but were not qulto so satisfactory as tho crocks. Tests with solutions other than r, water glass were made, and both with and without salt, gave good results. Whero unslack-c- d lime Is more readily available than water glass the llmowatcr method Is an excellent ono to U3e and Is cheaper than tho water glass. Tests In which the eggs were coated with wax and soap and other coating material did not give nearly so satisfactory results as when tho eggs wero kept In a solution. Directions for the use of wator glass and llmo water aro as follows: Wiiter-Gln.- s Method. 1. Select a crock and clean it thoroughly, after which it should bo scalded and allowed to dry. 2. Heat a quantity of water to the boiling point, and allow It to cool. 3. When cool measure 9 quarts of water, place It in tho crock, and add 1 quart of sodium silicate, stirring the mixture thoroughly. This will be sufficient to preserve 15 dozen eggs, and wlllerve as a guide for the quantity needed to preserve larger numbers ot eggs. 4. The eggs should be placed in If sufficient eggs are tho solution. not obtainable when tho solution is first made, more eggs may be added from time to time. De very careful to allow at least '2 Inches ot tho solution to cover the eggs at all times. 5. Place the crock containing the proserved eggs In a cool, dry place, well covered to prevent evaporation. Waxed paper covering the top of tho crock and tied around it will answer this purpose. Miucwnter Method. Pour a small quantity ot water on l'd pounds of unslackcd lime and when this is thoroughly slacked add 5 gallons of boiled water. Allow the mlxturo to stand until the llmo settles. Then pour off tho clenr liquid, add 1 pound of salt and use this for preserving tho eggs, throwing away tho sediment in tho bottom of the receptacle- - Use tho samo directions as rccommonded for tho water glass for putting the eggs In this solution Fresh, clean eggs, properly preserved, can be used satisfactorily for all purposes In cooking and for tho table. When eggs preserved in water glass aro to be boiled, a small hole should be made In the shell with a pin at the largo end before placing them In tho wator. This is done to allow tho air In the egg to escape when heated and to prevent cracking. Kggs will keep from 8 to 12 months In good condition, but are better up to the sixth or seventh month. Dirty or cracked eggs should not bo put Into Water glass costs the solution. about $1 20 a gallon, making the cost ot preserving eggs with this material about 2 cents a dozen for tho water glass. Wator glass solution should not be used again tho second year unless It has kept qulto clear and no odor or thick sediment has developed. The use of llmowatcr Is much cheapmethod. er than tho water-glas- s 1 Hmo-wate- SEE US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we BLA2TK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., If You ZXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED ? HARTFORD, surprised to learn that in a year she buys for every person in the household only about 5 pounds ot mutton or lamb, as compared with about 71 pounds of pork and 67 pounds of beef. If all American families used sheep meat one day a week in the average dally amount ot other meats, that would mean moro than 20 pounds of mutton and lamb annually per capita, or four times Its preseut consumption. More than that, the head of the family, who pays the bill?, would no doubt encourage purchasing mutton and Iamb in larger cuts, instead ot merely a few chops at a time, If he wore made to .realize the greater economy and tho greater encouragement In that connection a to production. shoulder of mutton or a leg of lamb, being smaller than tho average beef should appeal especially to small families. Tho Formaldehjdo Treatment For Stinking Smut of AVheat Tho stinking smut ot wheat Is a serious disease, sometimes causing immense loss. The loss Is due to reduced ylold and to inferior quality ot smutty grain. Smut can absolutely be prevented by tho treatment of the seed in various ways, as the disease Is transmitted in this part of the country only by the spores which cling to tho seed wheat. In threshing, the smut balls aro broken up and tho millions ot tiny spores too tiny to bo seen without a microscope-- tall on tho sound wheat and stick thoro. Whon tho wheat germinates, tho spores also germinate and infest tho young wheat plant, living lnsldo tho tissues, and finally the smut balls, which tako tho place of sound grain, aro produced. Even a very Httlo smut one year may mean much smut the following year, unless tho wheat KENTUCKY need not bo dried completely, but the animals as possible. The two lots drill must be set to sow moro seed, were managed and fed the samo way as tho grains will bo swolen. If to with tho exception that ono lot was be stored, dry the .wheat perfectly and treated to prevent lice. The animals wero weighed at regular intervals and put in clean sacks or bins. A pound of formaldehyde will be at tho end of tho fattening period it sufficient to treat 30 to 50 bushels of was found that tho hogs Infested with ice cost a cent a pound moro to fatten wheat. Wheat treated with formaldehyde than those which wero free of tho can be used for milling in the event troublesome pest. Tho officials of that it Is not all needed for sowing. I the department who had charco of Kentucky Experiment Station, jthis experiment give an interesting Lexington, Ky. oiuu ut,ui iu vuuuevuuu wim securing the lousy animals. They communiUco Increase Cost Of Making I'rk. cated with somo of tho department's Lice add a cent a pound to the cost field men, asking them to locate of producing pork. This has been lousy hogs. It was somo tlmo beforo found in tests Just completed at the a reply was received to this surprisexperiment farm of tho ynlted States ing order. After tho lousy hogs Department of Agriculture at Belts-vill- were purchased tho owner learned lousy hogs why, and he Immediately Md. Twenty-fou- r built a wore secured and divided into two dipping vat and began to treat tho lots as nearly equal as to quality of animals to prevent lice. . o, Children Cry for Fletcher's NERVOUS WOMAN GOrWELL nil I ouo-tent- ono-tout- h, I'leiily of Profit From Good Fowls. Lowe, of Tho story of Iteuben North Shaplelgh, Me., illustrates tho posslblo profits from poultry keep13 ing whero careful management During 1918 this poultry-ma- n, practiced. who devotes only part of his tlmo to chlckon raising, kept 250 birds, which paid htm a profit ot moro than $1,000, equivalent to 4 a bird. Included in this amount aro tho sales of a few eggs for hatching, about 30 Is treated. cockorels sold for brooding purposos treatment Is Tho formaldehyde $5 each, as well as the at $3.50 to safo, simple, cheap, and effective. Uso inarkot eggs, which woro disposed of In largo quantities. Mr. Lowe keeps it this year! Method: Add one pound of formai-dehyd- o White Wyandottes of a strain that to DO gallons of water and iu tho show ring whon judged wins according to either the standard of stir tho mlxturo well. Itun the wheat ! through a fanning mill to blow out perfection or a utility stnndard. Ono pen ot 20 pullots owned by this smut balls, and spread out on a clean Maine poultry raiser produced eggs as floor or canvass that has been sprinkled with the formaldehyde 1 follows: Novembor, 1918, 413; With a sprinkling can 1918, 418; January, 1919. solution. 380; February, 1919, 32G; March, sprinkle the wheat, shoveling it over 1919, 456; a total of 1,993 eggs, av- and over and over as In mixing con eraging 99.05 eggs per bird In flvo crete, until every grain Is wet. Do not U3o any moro liquid, however, months. It pays to keep poultry ot this khid. than necessary to wet the wheat well. and growers everywhere aro coming Then shovel into a pile or piles and to' realize that thero Is moro money in cover with canvas sacks or blankets, keoplng bettor fowl and feeding them and loave for two hours. Spread out properly balanced rations than in In thin layers not moro than 3 or 4 inches deep. Hako over'occasloual-l- y wastiug tlmo with inferior birds. with a garden rako to hasten dryWhy Not Have a "Mutton Monday?" ing. If you are ready to sow, tho whoat Tho average housewifo would bo ber, The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-- Cs jC&ffl'?';Vfuzfyy. - All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has lsen ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. Iht Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUSNE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (a&Z JmcJUM, In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TM ft C INTAUH COMIANV, NIWVOHK OITV. ipsaarflfai "Meats in Storage" Every working day of the year 75,000,000 pounds of meat are required to supply home and export needs and only 10 per cent of this is exported. These facts must be kept in mind when considering the U. S. Bureau of Markets report that on June 1, 1919, there were 1,348,000,000 pounds of meats in cold storage. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days' supply. This meat is not artificially withheld from trade channels to maintain or advance prices. Meats fn storage consist of 65 per cent (approximate) hams, bacon, etc., in process of curing. It takes 30 to 90 days in pickle or salt to complete the process. 10 r per cent is frozen pork that is to be cured later in the year. 3 6 per cent is lard. This is only of a pound per capita, and much of it will have to eo to supply European needs. four-fifth- ! Win .l!iM Hll'l! !l II" 19 per cent is frozen beef and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government and wa3 intended chiefly ment. If this were all tic trade channels, lV lbs. per capita for over-sea- s ship- diverted to domesit would be only a 3 days' supply. ilk'ty villil- 100 $6 From this it will be seen that "meats unin storage" represent merely finished goods in process of curing and the working supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady flow of finished product. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, ! forco which rolalo and apply to such elections. It Is resolved and ao ordered thai tho monoy derived from the taxes sn levied and collected shall bo ined, expended and applied In each and sov-or- al of the respective magisterial districts of tho county whero said taxes aro so lovlcd and collected, so that . each of said districts shall receive all and In full tho taxes so levied and Persons carefully! collected therein. selected for their competency and put under bond for tho fair and faithful . porformanco of their duties will boi employed In each district to see after tho work therein, and said taxes shall bo for the exclusive working nn.l ' upkeep of the public roads and ttm bridges and culverts thereon of said j respective districts, nnd shall be so j t apportioned, used, and applied as to ? ohaiiKO he system at road wo. in;, i)i rrtirl l.in ! In Ohio county fr "'" system now in exlsta nee to a sys "in i of working said roads by tho use f Ok proper and lmproed, adequate nr.d' sufficient road machinery, by teams. graders, scrapers, ditchers, drags, cly- -, ?P namlte, drills, and other road appll-- 1 , ance3, adaptable and sultablo for jjA both hills and lowlands, so that earh and all sections of roaVl whethor hill ( Tfc or lowland shall have tho attention !v necessary and suitable for Us proper W upkeep and convenient use for the1 several communities affected nnd f r tfj the general traveling public but the purchase of such machinery, imrle-i- j monts and tools shall bo mado la no event out of the funds derived from tho 20c road tax, but exclusively from tho funds derived from taxes regu- jlarly levied and collected each yevr aalready provided by lnw, and the men now subject to duties ns road throughout the county shall 'be released fronj such duty. The amount of said tax shall not 'exceed the said rate of 20c on the hundred dollars as aforesaid, nor be levied or collected for a longer period than flvo years As It is not within our power to levy or have collected any poll tax additional to that alreadv 'levied and collected, nor to submit tho question of voting an additional poll tax, hence the election ordered j is for the purpose of levying and collecting a tax on property only. Ae and Nays being called for resulted as follows; B. P. Rice, Ye3; Q. D. Brawn Yes; W. S. Dean, Yes; W. C. ta Yes; B. C. Rhoads, Yes; G Vv" 'itowe. No; Sam L. Stevens, Absent; n Ed Shown, Yes. Whereupon the was declared carried and o I J t ! SS!V mi SMART APPAREL SUMMER WEAR 8 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 $1.50 Assembled here is everything you need for your summer outfit. 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 jP you 'can make your clothes to suit your individual A $' Q - 'h-nd- s I to $5.00. Remember, your Summer Hat requirements should be g looked alter at once, bpecial inducements on many g hats in our Millinery Department. The season's lat- est are produced regularly here in our work rooms. S Big reductions on Ladies' Coats, Suits, Capes, Cloaks, have made the low prices in order to close out every J E.P. H arries a Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. S "Fn-j-grj-jiam cravmrjfr ..-j,. ...ww Jpffr. mo-jtfo- ) County Court Blenkenshlp, Clerk of the ORDER, AND BY VIRTL'RG OF THE S. AS IN ME VESTED Ohio County and Fiscal Courts, do POWER certify that the foregoing ombrac- - SHERIFF OP OHIO COUNTY, KEN- ing three pages besides this one, is TUCKY, i HEREBY CALSK THE ,a true and correct copy of the order AFORESAID ORDER TO BE Pl'B- made, calling an election for the pur- - WISHED AS REQUIRED BY LAW. ' TkFAVCDAirr nmi r, ini.riii.nHyb uULUUt 'pose of taking the sense of the legal AND DIRECT FURTHER ND voters of Ohio County, Kontucky. up. SHALL CAUSE THE VARIOUS OP- & company! swift ib. unu LI UU . ..v .. i. on the question of levying a 20c road pjcERS WHOSE DUTY IT IS, TO it CS CENTS IS PAIS roTHS 'tax, for a period of five years, made OPEN A POLL IN EACH OF THE UV ANIMAL UJ o J B 1. .. lx?cnsn CtNTS FOR UBOIJ jby tho Ohio County Fiscal Court at'yOTING PLACES WITHIN THE ToSfixkRiutrl $ W V w 7.n. rrun nwn.un .. a.u. u .. its speclalJune Term, 1919, which OF OHIO ON MONDAY, k & WITH J Nik SWlFTiCSMPAKy dor appears of record In Fiscal Court AUGUST THE 4TH, 1919, TO TAKE Order Book, No. 4, on pages 11 to 13 THE SENSE OF THE QUALIFIED '...m.-- . n.m ... PT.TTTT. . T. 1 . h'll inclusive. IVUTH; UUl li ItlC nuui r. liliu my hand as Clerk afore- - FOREGOING MENTIONED ORDER Witness sheriff at the same time and in the said, this 2Cth day of June, 1919 WITNESS MY HAND, THIS THE ORDER FOR 20 CENT same manner and by tho same proW. C. BLANKENSHIP, 26th, DAY OF JUNE, A D. 1919. ROAD TAX ELECTION cess that he collects other taxes and Clerk Ohio County Court. S. A BRATCHER, for tho collection of the tax levied Sheriff, Ohio County. PURSUANT TO THE FOREGOING State Of Kentucky, Ohio hereunder tho sheriff shall be entitled to and allowed a commission of 1 per County Fiscal Court cent of tho amount so collected and June 26th, 1919 J no morp, as providec' in section 1307-l- il of Kentucky Statutes, Vol. 3. It appearing that Ohio county has Tho question of voting said tax of i not sufficient amount of monoy for 20c ad valorum on tho hundred dolJ road purposes and that tlio presant lars worth of property subject by J & system of road working by road hands lnw to local taxation, small bo sub51 is inadequate and unsuitable for tho mitted to the voters in tho following working and up keep of the roads of language and not otherwise: "Are you for a property tax of Ohio county, and having bean called & twenty cents on each one hunupon by tho State Commlssoiner of dred dollars worth of property public Roads of Kontucky, as well us in tho county, to be levied each I17 a lurga numbor of citizens of Oliio & ear for flvo years, for the pur- -' county by petition for a bettor and . ! mors adequate system of the v."),v'-5- s . ing, cithor or both, tho roads anil upkeep of the country roads of & and brldgos of the county?" Ohio county, and being desirous of S. A. Hratcher, shoriff of Ohio counb rneotinj,- - this demand in tho best and h mutt practicable way, and it further ty, Ky is horohy appointed, ordered, 3? i appearing that u special election upon and directed to hold said election, i c thu quuutlon of a 20c road tux may and ho shall cause a poll to bo opon-o- d You can save money only e of tho precincts 41 in each and all bo hold ut n primary election at but i ? while you have money. Tory small expenso in addition to tho throughout Ohio county, on tho above JV as the law In such cases expanse othorwlso required, and made named date ? When old age comes don't be c uacMrary by holding of a pilmary directs and ho will first advortlso by the folly of your fettered b election for Its general purposes, it anld election by having a certified ' younger days. It is pitable is now, on motion of Esq. U. F. Rico, jcopy of this ordor published in a l by tho court weekly newspaper published and hav-jln- g n nrdwrttd and adjudged to be old and poor. Bank h tho largest circulation in Ohio that u apocial election ho held 0 your money, save your moni'l County and in each county, for at olant thirty days bethroughout Ohio c and all tho products therein on ey, and provide against misfore the date ut said election, and V. a, for tho purpobo of sub- .C. Bloukenshlp, Clerk of this court, iJ 2, 101 fortune and the day of old mitting the quostlon of voting a tax ordored .and directed to Immediately I (1 .n.M- 1. rt ndn.lff llf.l.nU.I age. of 20c on the $100.00 on all property '.Hnl.il. iliu nuuiiii uiuiumiiii &. mi blllJIlimi Libjoct by law to local taxation for the illed copy of this ordor for tho pur- - H improvement or construction of th t pose of said advertising. 0 Said shoriff and said clerk aro public roadu uud bridges of thu count ty, llhor, or both, Suld amount of ta; further ordered and directed to do b und everything bIi&U be 20c on tho hundred dollars and to perform ouch i eauh year for u period of flvo years required under tho laws of tho Com& Kentucky in adver& and no amount of monoy In excess of monwealth of r thu amoi'til that cnu be raised by tho tising and conducting said olection, w Invy in one year shall bo expended in and in preparing and preserving tho 1 h tout year, und all indebtedness creat-- f ballots and cunvubslng and certify0 any one year for such road an-- ing tho vote, and said election Is dl- - ft in HARTFORD, KY. 0 briHeo purposes shall bo paid out of j reeled to bo held in all respects as re- 41 0 tho fund rulscd In that yoar. Said quired by law governing such olec- 41 tax to bo un ad vulorum tax to ha tion:), und under tho general olection cvcvr- - cef"Z cv r o d or c? or r3P c? err c vip V v i v'4 v uucu year and collected by tho laws of this commonwealth uow lu jfc-9- ? Swift & Company, U. A. m y MACK COOK, J. O. P C Ohio Of Kentucky .CoinmoiiucuItH ordered. (VS?SSSfiS(,;SSS!f.S.S(!S,3ffi3S'sr-SSeS- I.'W. C. ii f ., . j? " !:'SaSSaA5AA3ft,SftftSdftftAAftaASAA Sacve h .- y Money w put the tailoring into a !'KEBPK0GL" summer suit that makes it "stand up in use, and the style that makes it "stand out" in a crowd. Keep-Ko- ol The National Summer Suit for Men "KEEP KOOL" is our trademark; it is not a general Suit has the label trade term. Eveiy Keep-Kosewn under the collar. ol Au-KU- 111 it BANK OF HARTFORD Carson (& Co. v Hartford, Ky. fSvr vvv wr c t ww J