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TEACHER'S INSTITUTE t oit Jtftgtf iwft fteimbJicm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, ICY., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919, No. 2 M Kj r- scrlptlon In tho U. S. It wa3 comthis county, If our returned doughTHE ROAD TAX QUESTION pleted In 1SSC and statuo was erected boys deslro to make use of It for tho II. S. URGES BOYS purpose abovo outlined. nnd unvalled tho Bamo year. Tho Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court having been petitioned by near m WILL ADJOURN TODAY Statue is of bronze, on an iron framo KEEP WAR INSURANCE bo taken on August 2nd, as to GET DEAD BODY ONLY voters, has ordered that a voto work securely attached to an Iron county will levy and collect a tax of 20 cents on each $100 SAYS CROWN PRINCE podoatal. It weighs 225 tons. Forty whothcr Ohio persons can stand In head of the worth of property, subject to local taxation for a period of five years, to bs Most Interesting Session flRiiro. Tho torch which Is lighted used solely for constructing and maintaining public roads and bridges. No Amsterdam, Saturday, July c Ogden States Erroneous. "Tho allies can only have my dead by electricity Is over 305 feet abovo Marks One Now Reports Out As To poll tax Is to be, nor can be, collected. It Is proposed to uso every dollar body; I will myself decldo on my l'.fo mean tide. Tho figure is 111 feet Closing (less tho one per cent tho Sheriff receives for collection) for the benefit of or death," tho former German crown Government high and to baso from Its extremity of torch Is moro than 150 roads and bridges within tho various districts where collected. Tho sum of It prlnco Is quoted as having said Friday feet. Cost of statuo alone was ap- - Is, that (less tho poll tax) If tho tax is voted, during tho five years we will " discussing a possible demand for Washington, July 5. "Army and lnstltuto for Ohio proximately $250,000, completed and pay approximately six years taxes, at present rate. For each and every 40 t extradition, Tho annunl county Tcachors which convened Mon- In place tho cost was $600,000. This statement, reported by tho navy men, hold on to your war risk of the tax now collected by cents thus raised, together with about one-ha- lf day, will draw to a closo today, after British Wireless Service correspond Insurance." This Is tho urgent aptho county, or 25 cents on tho $100, which is set aside for road purposes, tho ent, was said by him to have been peal made by Representative Chaa. a session of much Interest and profit booze of hath. State and Federal Governments say to us we will put up CO cents; thus fn made to a Dutch official who talks'1'''' Ogden, of Louisville, in a personal teachers, and, for that reason the y statement issued Much npprehenslon 'was felt for ovory dollar put Into permanent roads we, the county, will have only 40 dally with the former crown prince, result to our boys and Blrts must bo at tho of tho Secretary of tho TreasAccording to this official. Frederick what might happen on July 4th., ow- - i.uii .,. This, as is plain, means that for each $100 spent In our i uiuni. we beneficial ,i.i urer. The gathering Is proslded over by,Ing to the fnct that It was conceded or business man who refused to accept a illohenzollern Is in excellent health. '""""; Thru idle talk of misinformed pco- HIo takes motorcycle trips dally and County Superintendent, E. S. Howard, by everyone, that moro whiskey was with Prof. W. S. UUI secretnry. whllo in tho hands of Individuals In Ohio Proposition like that (even If ho had to borrow all of the money) In order to frequently visits both the rich and tho pie, many misconstructions havo been placed upon tho war risk insurance known, secure needed nnd useful Improvements, would boa long, long time in letting .poor on the Island of Weirengen Prof. C. A. Keith, of tho Kastern county than ever' before law. This propaganda has becomo Kentucky Normal School, Richmond, Whether this Idea was orroneous or tho fact bo known. Whether we build roads or not, Ohio county is going so as to convey the idea. IS instructor. rroi. KClin IS a Hiroilg OUierwlSO, mil IllllO evidence COUH1 , lln ,,! ,n nn.. ,,pr nrnnnrtlnnnln slinrfi of tn Intn tho Slntn nm! Fmlnr.il LADY MACCABEES TO ORGANIZE NEW LODGE among many other ridiculbus ones, lndlvldunl, an educator with splendid bo detected in celebrating the 4th. 'Treasury, and so far as wo are concerned, if wo fall to get it returned, thnt government Insurance is shortly ideas nnd attainments and will bo From all nppearfinces, the larger Mrs. Lola F. Easton, of Somerset, 'to bo turned over to private Interests; welcomed to our county ngaln If ho part of tho whiskey purchased by ln-- o plus the portion allotted to us by reason of extra payments made by richer dividual has been stored in their nnd more favored communities like Louisville, Lexington, and such sections, State Commander of the Lady Mac- -j that "tho government is making a desires and can bo with us. by raising a small sum for ourselves, wo had Just as well dump it into purga- cabees, In company with Ladles of barrel of money off tho soldiers and Mr. G. Ivan Harnos, state super-- , homes as a precaution ngainst of vocational training In agrl- - ergencles expected in Atho drouth tory. If we think that a good road is not worth 100 cents to the dollar, the order at this place, will institute sailors by selling them Insurance," a lodge of tho Lady Macabees at Mc- - and may other equally fallacious act, now on and to follow. Tho greater culture, under tho Smlth-Huge- s wo have some grounds at least for starting an argument against building. Henry, this evening. Mrs. J. C. statements. delivered an address Tuesday morn- - probability Is, that the fellow who It is to forestall this mlsropresonta-lodg- e ing on advantages of teaching tho drinks to excess, who' makes a soro Though In our caso tho real worth may drop to 50 cents to tho 100 spent and Bennett, Commander of the local secured the required number tlon of war risk Insurance, and to lm-- of agricultural courso In rural schools. 'spot on society, secured his "little still bo 10 cents to the good. Its a fact as old as history, that some of us applications for the institution of press on army and navy men the groat object to paying taxes of any sort. Wo probably Inherit this trait from tho His lecturo was interesting and well .quoto" and if it has not already Importance of holding this insurance Od away, It will soon do so, and then belief that the taxpayer never receives anything like his money's the new lodgo at McHenry. that Mr. Ogden has decided to placo Of tho registrants whose names wo drunks will continue to grow fewer worth, but there Is a way to see to it, that we do, and if we fall it is all oar the truo facts ,n th0 hands of present were ablo to get, eighteen were from and farther between. Thus, will fault. We often hear It said that certain .fellows aro trying to voto a tax on DISCHARGED SOLDIERS and former servico men of Louisville traded schools of tho county, nnd 9G boozo bo out of date. ME. Discard that notion, if I voto for tho proposition at all, I'll do it be- Additional diand Jefferson County. educational from tho various Travel Kxpcnso Allowed Opportunity May Not Repeat. cause I think It best for tho County. I simply say to myself, I ought to pay visions, ns follows: How To Get It CIRCUIT COURT "First of all," said the congressGRADED SCHOOLS. a road tax to help the community In which I reside, or If I voto against tho Hartford Under orders recently sent out man, "I urge enlisted men to hold on Litigation Rcing Disposed Of At proposition I say that I am not willing to pay a road tax to help tho comto their government Insurance; to W. S. Hill, Mrs. S. O. Keown, Cllf-fl- o munity of my residence, or else I argue that It Is not worth tho money, and discharged soldiers, sailors and ma- keep up premium payments and to re- Rapid Ruto Felix, Mary Laura Pendleton, Winrines hnvn linen irr.infpil nclrHUnnnl for that reason oppose. All of us who voto nay are certain to give the latter traveling exnensn. nie D. Moseley. " "'"r insurance U iney navo Thts nr.lor nffnrt, reason for opposing Let us study the question from all angles, so that wo practically all of those released since Perm,ttetl u t0 lapse: It may pever Reaver B.mi. Tho Ohio Circuit Court convened may "v i'"i'io iu kci insurance at Clifford Maddox, Ellis Sandefur. not go off half cocked, but voto with some degree of intelligence, November 11 hare Monday morning with Judge Iow a C K. Carson. ,t0 or wlth so raany favor" The Red Cross, Home Service De-'ill. W. Slack presiding. Quite a vol-- whether our vote be for or against the tax and road movement. b Provision., and those who havo F(irilsIU. partment has been given full Instruc ml8'"0sa hail been disposed of Stanley llurphy, Mrs Hortcnso ume tlons, in tho premises, and those in- - fallen boh,nd In thelr Premium up to Wednesday night, when wo MorrlJ. may receive information by meut,s' should remember that liberal AMERICAN LEGION; were forced to closo our report of GIANT AIRCRAFT'S Mrllciiry making application at the office of Provisions have Just been made for Wlnnlo WIIm.ii, Mrs. Lounna now- - -tho Court's actions. E. G. Barrass, Hartford, re "statement f Pdes. mo luuowiug wero ciupaneicu as ' SUCCESSFUL TRIP OBJECTS AND AIMS Ky. Those whoChairman. make ap- -' lle 'ar some outstanding facts nn, Luis Maker. expect to Grand Jurors for this term of court: (Viitrrtouii. plication for additional expense that thBt'hf soIuier and sailor must not Lon J. I). i. F. overlook: . ...... . Prof, Lawronce, Margaret Benton, Jones, Barnard,Taylor, Tanner, Davis, uu .!.. IIIUIV iuuj i. uuc 1 1! uui 111 us i, incauiit .u. Mason J. II. "You can convert your war-tlm- o InFlosslo Mason. Jnmos Pennington, Sam McMurtry, British "Blimp" Makes Non-Sto- p National Organization Vet- discharge, or certificate of release surance into other forms of governRockport. before any sort of action to securo L. I). Jackson, W. II. Bean, L. H. ment insurance within five years, but Flight From Scoterans Of The Prof. T. R. Cooper. arrearages can be commenced. ISIllle Combs, Mathias Ilalzo and it Is necessary that you have your EDUCATIONAL DIVISION & land to U. S. A. World War Thomas. war-tlm- o insurance in force at tho No. 1. AMERICANS AFTER Tho following compose the petit r.nra. Thomasson. Ella Hen. nor- SPANISH BUSINESS l,mo vou make application for ono on, W. D. Hocker.l " of the new forms of insurance. bort Nicely. Marlissa Foster, Dudley The American tho v,..,,fii.i Ki,, Smith. inino Frank Maple. J. A. Tichonor, Rohort The big British dirigible, cross first two meetings Legion originated in American bankers are setting up "' Knmlly Consideration, to tho Westerfleld, Jack of soldier, sailor and .. rw only to i i n iiuinniiiu- """ vi :i i i iiiii ivu n. jAnn !! - Bennett, Veachel banking establishments in various ' "II ,s vour PJaln tluty ,,,,, .t I r. m r.. I...1 Il..l wiisuu, i.ouis iiiruur, aam niuvens, ulkiii, laimcu ui nuuacicn riius marine delegates at Paris and St., Spanish cities, a number of New York yourself but to your loved ones to ,,j Mra 'ruin Inllnv. Simla RuvmOlld. Mrs.'lra'l). Funk. John Hamilton, Lo- - Frank Hicks. Virgil Stewart, Monroe Field. Mineola, N. V., Sunday morn- - Louis on March 15th and May S, 9, business concerns are opening keeP aU of your insurance and if you v. imams, . j. .Miner, uayion The Execuhib hi .ui, iiumiik iuuk. iu um air in and 10th respectively. Westorfleld. Marshall Crowe, Dana branches and American capitalists aro can not keflP an ot lt keeP a' least 1, J. W. Coppago, J. W. Thomas, J. D East Fortune, Scotland. 10S hours tive Committees appointed at theso planning to build a number ot rail- - Part ot lt as the government permits Fuqua Duke, W. S. Howard, T. H. Loyd, J and 12 minutes before, covering a meetings have combined to form the No. 2. roads in Spain. A few Spanish econ- - yu t0 reduce It if necessary, Tllford, Ethel Mufiett. S. Ford, Chas. Whobrey. II. C. Acton, total dlstanco of practically 3C00 land National Executive Committee of the omists are alarmed at these prepara - ' - "Remember the government Issuo3 Mrs. Graco American Legion with headquarters miles In that time. and James Ambrose. exploitation but these s,x forms of permanent Insur- Gola Wedding. Mrs. Arvln Cheek, E. was an- - at 19 West 44th Street, New York , tions for commercial Tho following aro some of tho most " When tho v. Lon. Bertha Fentress, Kiizaiiein tho majority ot tho people aro auito anco: Ordinary life, twenty payment chored sho had in her tanks only fuel City. State branches and Local ;iniUtterent en- -, Daniel, Evelyn Koroma Mrs. O. W. Important cases tried and otherwise and some are oven joag. life, 30 payment life, twenty-yea- r (enough to keep her engines throbbing Posts aro being organized through- dowment life, thirty-yea- r endowment M.irv Davidson Amby reckon- - ;aiPoed of: boUeve, nnfr. that tho Amorlcana wlll .. . VS Mitchell, Wilbur somo 60 or 70 minutes, a mighty out the country. This organization h.U !,,. r.nilru nrncnnrlf.r l.v dim .1116 311(1. enUOWIllIU maturing at tllO i. i.v,.. n.t., iiiimin Whlto-- I V, . closo call when figuring on a 3, COO work is progressing rapidly and it is , ,. Judgment , , ,,' for Plff.. dl u aca of G2 mm Pnnrl PoreiiKan. Stanley Mitchell. i.n uiaiuiK uuB.ucoa aim iiu.iuhiB muv-.- i i i. It l, nil oll "Remember also that all governPhillips. Jesse Myers, lrn Gllllm. Eva.vorco granted. moro employment for Spanish work- ,. . ,, i . i i i ,41. in J- W. Dudley vs., J. H UlUgb. ilUfc ou tiiui.il ui btio iu;ubu naa kiiauu oviiiutj tiivit i.lll uu uiiiuilu UD Ilicitl- ment policies contain a total disabiliTi.nmM.nn . Mnek Martin. M. T. Gen- '" Jndgment for Plff.. sustaining a'.- - against adverse winds and somo so- - hers prior to the National Convention ty clause making them payablo at any try. Monnlo McDanlol, Claudo Park. tachment, and ordering salo of 420 vero storms, that tho supply of petrol of tho American Legion which will tlmo you may become totally and perB. Daniol, G. W. Myers, Fannlo GRt'NADFS FOR O. was heavily drawn upon, largely be- - meet at Minneapolis on Novombor 10, HAND trs. acres ot land. SCHOOL CHILDREN manently disabled regardless ot your Mao Paris, Emogeno Pluinmer, 11, and 12th to effect tho permanent Carlsbad Mfg. Co., vs., W O Cam- - yonil expectation. ago. No policy in a private company Royal, Muriel Wilson, Ethol Ethol Is officially organization of tho Legion. Tho groat dlrlglblo Hold, judgment for Plff's., debt of Minnna nr i,o,! ,nnn,iu tho Mr,, i 'contains a similar clause running uo- OUllm, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklff. and was sent Nature. .known as H. M. A. $103.00. No. I. whlch the soldiers at tho front used,ynd the a8 of C5 It Is W. E. Porter ot nl. vs., Evausvlllo'out by the British Air Ministry under "A service man after his return to Madgo to throw at tho Germans, are being, Ira Jones, Clara Crabb, It knows no distinction of rank or Bowling Green Packet Co , judg- - command ot Major G. II. Scott, naviHoovor, L. L. Embry, J. Carson Gary, and made into savings banks for the boys 'civil llfo may engage in any occu-an- d gated by Capt. F. G. H. Cooke. sorvlce. for Defendant. uo matter how hazardous, and girls of America. It is announc-'PatIo- n Evorott Bratcher. Mao Byers, Wenis G89.5 ft.; Length ot tho cratt over-al- l, It Is a civilian organization. iiuiu-iiussu- ii cc uo, vs., it. i,. II. II. Morris. Alma Simpson, ed that when school opens In tho fall,811" hold hls lsuranco In full effect, Park. Objects. Judgment for Plff. $50. t0. diameter of gas hag, 78.9 feet; ca"A- l,ollcy y ue converted with-sho- w evory boy and girl under 10 who can Martlno Taylor, Katlo Swlhart, Bes-sl- o 1. To uphold and defend the ConThe following actloiii". havo boon pacity, 2.000,000 cubic foct; capacity ono war savings stamp bought out further physical examination, Allen, Wtlllo V. Shields, Nnclo set for trial on the 0th day: .for gasoline, 8,000 gallons; motors, stitution of tho United States. ' Government insuranco is protoct-m- or with money oarned during the sum-- ! Crowdor, E. F. Llles,. p. Sunbeam Maori en- To foster and perpetuato 100 2. Commonwealth of Kcatuiky vs., 'five 250-No. 5. will bo given a grenade bank eU tTom tho claims of creditors. Your glues, with maximum speed of GG per cent Americanism. Archlo Condlt. freo. Boys and girls ovor 10 must insurance money can not bo taken, Earl Smith, Elislo Wiso, Margaret 3. To safeguard and transmit to Commonwealth ot Kentucky vs., I. knots. Average speed made approxl- earn two stamps to get a bank, it Is away from you or later from your Cardwoll, O. N. Stewart, LIlllo Chlnn, j matoly 34 miles per hour. Total postorlty the principles of Justice, state(j C P. R. Co. j beneficiary, thus "insuring your in O. N. Stownrt. Mabel Russell, Mrs. Freedom and Domocracy. weight, with full load, 30 tons. Set For Trial On lltli Day surance. G. A. Huntor, Margaret Tomorllu, 4. To consecrate and sanctity our Tho craft boro, In all, 30 pooplo W. P. Mldklff vs.. Bert Combs; hai "If your wartime insuranco Ernest Wilson, Ruth Godsoy, Roy Roy Elder vs., Frank Kuykendill; and they plainly showed the terrific comradeship by our devotion to mu CORPUS CHRIST! DAY AT COBLENZ lapsed, I adviso you to pay up back Bessie Foreman, K. L. Sandefur, Virginia-Carolin- a Chemical Co .i , strain under which they had boon la- - tual helpfulness. premiums nnd make application for Hazolrigg. Lena French. immediate Program C. B. Cardon; Commonwealth of Ky , .boring In tho aerial voyago across tho Tho American military authorities 'reinstatement at once. N. . 1 Organization of Stato brar.thos , poui0z Eavo the Germans portals-Great fog banks engulfed vs., John Render, 4 cases, on motion Atluntlc "You can borrow money ou your Cllillo Austin. Beulnh.Klmbly, Anna tho monster onglno ot tho air, so anl local posts. dismissed. B(on to flro a certain number of shots Insuranco policy up to 94 por cent ot Carter, Ethel Russell, Arvln Lelsuro, 2. with tho Govern- - frmn isth ,,ntrv mortars, accordlnc tho cash valuo. Tho following cases wero continu- that on sovoral occasions neither sun. Athol Wood, Lula Fulkorson, fs'orma ed: W. T. Howard vs., P, L. Brown; moon, stars or water could bo seen nient and other existing agoncies to t0 anCent custom, In cotuiectlou with "It you stop paying premiums aftor Ross, Ida Matthew, Mary J. Maddox, men. tho r0iiK0U3 celebration of Corpus one yoar, tho government allows you Kirchtifer vs., A. D. Park; J. W. by thoso keoplng vigil on tho record- - find employment for. Reo Iglehart, O. T. J. C. Beulah Moore, men in j oiirlsti day. In order not to intor- - either to hold the policy for a certain 3. Assistance to lluor. Smith vs., L. & N. R. R. Co.; J. N. making s, Klttlngor. S. W. Taylor, Mamie matters ot War Risk Insuranco, Lib- - fore wlth tho ceremonies tho Ameri- - length of tlmo without! any cost what Lanham vs., L. & N. R. R. Co.; I. N. Mrs. Myrtlo Calvort, Mrs. Ailed erty bonds, allowances, compiensa- - ipnns rerouted their trucks which ever, or will givo you a policy lor a Lanhani et nl vs., L. & N, R. It. Co.; OIII.VKSK 1JOYCOT Faught. JAPANESE GOODS tion and service pay. 'wero busily proparing for posslblo (smaller amount which will bo paid at J. H. Miller, vs., L. & N. R. R. Co; Asslhtant-s- . 4. Publication ot weekly nasa - mjjtary operations in event tho death, and on which you will Sarah J. Vineyard vs., Mlzella Balzo. CraclP Chapman. A boycott movoment against Japa- - zino, i no American Legion woeKiy. ,nan8 rejected the peace treaty. Theyihave to pay no more promlums. so xar as our mionnauon exionus, aiso 8UppuGli powder for charging the mm neso goods which is being pushed uy .MASONS WORK. STATUE OK LIBERTY. A QUIET FOURTH. Hartford Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. Chinese students has grown to con- - there nas not been any move toward lnortars which were fired by the f slderablo proportions, despite efforts an organization of the discharged prj03ta. Corpus Christl day was not Tho Statuo of Liberty, so highly ,M conferred the Master Mason's Independence day throughout tho Nation, fereo at It's regular session Monday of tho government to check It. Iu solJler boys of Ohio county. We ouserveii at Coblonz last year because by the people ot this avaton County passed oft with unusual quiet Prof. W. S. Hill, of Ceralvo Shanghla. bankers, merchants anu nave not mauo sumcieut inquiry to it was feared that allied vraa giveu to the U. S. by France in night. At no placo was and peacetulnoss. annlvor- - Lodge, No. 252; occupied tho Station workmen are supportng tho boycott be able to .state as to whethor there might bomb the city. commemoration ot tho 100th thero auy disturbance worth menmaterially aiding the move- - is much sentiment amongst the re- m sary of American Independence, mon-e- y ot S. D. during the conference ot Oho and thus tioning, so far ns we have knowledge organization of a com- - turned soldiers for membership in COTTON FROM U. S. A. being obtained by popular sub- decreo nnd nerformed the work In a.ment. The A cargo ot cotton from New Or- at least. Hartford was visited by a highly credltablo manner. A number mltteo which will give instruction In this organization, scription. Designed by M. Barthodl, Wo invito a liberal use of our Hamburg tho moderate sized crowd and contrary goods imported a French SculDtor. Its building re of victors wore present and notwlth- - the manufacture ofthey may be pro- - umns for the purpose of perfecting an leans was received atshipment since to expectations, but little ovidenco of Japan so that other day, the first oxtreme heat, tho occa quired more than five years. Monoy jstaudlng tho drinking was In effect. or organizations iu tho beginning ot tho war. duced In China has been uudortakou. orgunlation, tor tUe pedestal was obtained by sub- - sloa was much enjoyed. ( ,,,,,,, to-da- ro-qu- est i j em-vls- or d. ever-prese- nt .elu ; B j pay-teres- ted I I I J0" e. i """"' .. !. ..., 1 nt super-zeppel- ln I I ll. ii .,t.l n.t ... ... 4, n. 'ent Ai-for- d, - h. 1 , trans-Atlant- ic Wit-Ham- - , ed I col-fro- m r 'The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLKY, Kdltor and niislne.i Manager. an absence of opinion. Should sho 1)0 a safe ship, one of real worth, to STRAY STREAKS which we may with unbounded confi(By Fluko McFluko.) dence, hitch tho futuro of America, wo trust It may satoly mnko tho port, Slnco Thomas quit this offlco you otherwise It ought to ho scuttled In don't often seo llattlo Null's name In tho sailing. print. E. Kttdaloy, sevoral days last week, Mr. nnd Mra. dcorgo Cascblor and children, of I'aradijo, visited Mr. L, A. Klmmel, nnd attended tho funeral of Mrs. Corn Ashhy, at Central Qrovo, tho fifth Sunday. Master Clove Ilor, of Hartford is visiting his aunt, Mrs. P. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brown and sons, Grover and Gilbert, motored to Evansvllle, Thursday, returning Saturday. Mr. Owen Jones, of tho stoamer Bowling Green, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, a few daya last week. Mr. Otis Curtis, of Rockport, who has Just returned from ovorsoas, was here, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Everley and daughter. Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson, attended the funeral of Mrs John Batsel, at 1 Point Pleasant, Thursday. Mrs. J. T. Morris is quite- sick at! x the time of this writing. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Everley an I llttlo daughter. Maurlno Woodson. visit oil Mrs. Everley's sister, Mrs. 1 Ultis James, of Mantanza, from Sat - T j unlay until Sunday. Miss MyrI Brown has returned days J home after spending several with relatives, near Centertown. Mrs.J. W. Baker, of near hero, at ; J tendod the burial of her brother, Mr f John Batsel, at Point Pleasant, Thursday. C M. t1, . O. Hill 411111 aMlBCI lllllll A trill n.1 fl. 4M.nl Hi. Wood, of this lilace. are attending the Institute, at Hartford, this week-Mr- . and Mrs. C. II. Fulkerson nnd Miss Mary Ethel Everley, of Nelson, were here last Sunday. Mis Grace Brown, Is the guest of X her uncle, Mr. Archlo Broun, of ilea Centertown. Mr. Frank James, who has bon in service overseas, has returned to his home, near here. ; j I Albert Ulal says Instead of going Democratic newspapers havo much to offer In strong criticism for what off for a vacation, ho simply goes Into shop and waits for a Entered according to law at tho they term "tho packed commlttoo" In tho Barber Ky., as mall tho U. S. Ssnatc, on foreign rela- shave. Postofilco, Hartford, matter of tho second clasa. tions, which has to do with peace Cutio was off one wholo week on a treaties, &c. Yet, theso same cento sors of acts of public officials had not strike, but when hunger got to Address nil communications The Hnrtford Kopubllcan. a protest, not a lino of criticism to pounding on her doors she started offer for the "Wilson packed" com- - working her old quill again, mission carried to Europe to mako i TO SimSCIUIIEUS. NOTICE f Ike Mason's offering to bet one to snWrihor.. rtnsirinir thn tmnnr sent and bring back to the American peo a new address must glvo tho old plo, articles of faith and peace with two, that he will be elected to the to address In making tho request. the rest ot the world. It's too bad. Legislature from Ohio county this Business Locals and Notices 10c lt,ff nearly outrageous, at least bor - ;fall. Isaac, you know, does not have vaHUteasr .. ' ( J 1S I" nir.iiJ.- " on shamelulness. Tho Senate opposition and It's now too late to .Mnsertlom nhitnnrip'q. nosnliitlnns and Cards majority should have followed the 'file. . i "r'iw vjtttir i ni. iii.i:ij i ' j ilpli i i i t. iat: rr :iMa r of Thanks, 5c per lino, money In ad- -, ghining example laid down by WI1- vam: Its a deuced strange thing, that my son and placed on this Senate com- ; Church Notices for services freo, mlttee only one lone. Inactive, wife won't let mo put on my sunday other advertisements. 5c per lino, but communications will down sort of a Republican, and then, clothes while nil these Tencheretts rocclvo no attention. about whose political notions and are In town. a. With Delco-Liginstalled you can have electric acts there was much doubt. lights permanently located in your house, barn or o- The text announced by the preachTELEPHONES. er, on beginning a dUcourse, to hi- -3 Cumberland other QUAINTIE'S SQUIBS. safe light, just where you 30 Farmers Mutual flock, simply serve as headlines to want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenI Dr. E. B. Pendleton Is 'Visiting lilsj,lle snn,n that follows. ient button. , JULY 11 son, Mr. Trimble Pendleton and Mrs :V PJHDAY . . . One may generally jpt omo conso-latlo- n Pendlton, of Kuttawa. Delco-Lig- ht out of most any thing thrt Miss Verna Duke, who has been Prinstance.- - John Henry ANNOUNCEMENTS at Stithton for some time, came downj happen. in tne Saturday to visit her mother, Mr. lett me alone You can have elnctric power to run many apfront end. with narry a chance to Joslo Duke, of Dundee. pliances formerly operated by hand, such as the Yo aro authorized to announce I. sneak out fishing 'ceptlng on SunMr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and S. Mason a candidate for Representa children of Louisville, arrived here day, and I wouldn't do that He. washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. tive of Ohio county, subject to the tho first of the week for a visit with jThoma, soes to Owonsbor, where An electric operated water svstom will automnt- action of tho Republican party at ' relatives. Mr. Johnson returned to thing good to eat and drink, niost-l- y ically pump and carry the water to the house and tho primary election August 2, 1919. .Louisville, Wednesday, while Mrb. to drink, could be had. It hurt barn. It will save countless steps. You can have, Ujhn.son and children will remain 'me like blazes, this thing of Thomas if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of a hiving such advantages over me. and Wo are authorized to announce iheio some tune. bathroom. George Baker, of Muhlenburg county i t j, j . ,i-- ru.i.Ci uuu iiliic uuuu- - then I got to thinking the matter a candidate for the nomination for ter a,.j :,jr,. chariea Barnard, afer over and reasoned It out about Ilk There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed State Senator In the 7th Senatorial an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. this: John Henry was a new man, on daily. Delco-Ligbenefits every member of the Mrs. Hums' Letter. district, composed of the counties of, v. c. l:igjn, here, left for their tomes a new Job, with new people, whoso family, every day in the year. Here Is a letter that Is certain to ways? ete strange to him and I ! Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, sub- - ln Lambrook. Ark., Sunday. prove of Interest to people In this Ject to the action of tho Republican Mt L McCracken, returnea to myself. "I'll bet a. thousand dollar Mr Delco-Lig- ht party at tho primary election, August Sunday after spending a week witn iJohn'e afearcd to teeh any thing but vicinity, as cases of this sort occur In almost every neighborhood, e, and .something to cat, he's nearly t, 1919. his wife In Louisville. people should know what to do in With electric light and power saving- time each, Misses Sallie Harris and Mary Mat-we- got to leave off tho other until he to announce We are authorized Bean returned Thursday from gets used to tho Job and tho job gets like circumstances: day, more productive work can be done. Work at Savannah to him and they all get itsed to Dr. T. G. Turtier, of Muhlenburg a visit to Mr3 Sarah C. Smith, of night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with Savannah. M., Oct. 12, 191G. each otlnr," and just about that tim-County, as a candidate for the nomi-- , Dundee convenient electric lights turning night into day. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Mrs. J. S. McMurtry spent last the wholo blamed shebang went as nati.m tor State Senator in tho 7th . Colic and DIurrhoea Remedy nbout 4 with her brother, Dr. and dry a snuff. Owensboro and a'i. S district, composed of week-en- d Senatorial Delco-Lig- ht after all John's got nothing on me, nine yours ago and it cured me of flux ' Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- Mrs. Smith, of Cromwell. I had another attack J 'not from a dosert standpoint, at ieast (dysontory.) Miss Virginia Bohannan, of Greei ties, subject to the action of the of the sumo complaint some three or hore, the Party at tho primary elec- ville. ":pcnt the week-en- d Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or four years ago and a few doses of this j GERMANS RATIFY TREATY tion to be held August 2nd., 191J. guest of Miss Mary Bean. lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a I havo recomremedy cured me. Miss Mary Bean will leave fire. Welmer July 9. The bill ratifying mended Chamberlain's Colic and Dfor Portsmouth, Ohio, to rosume 'her We arc' authorized to announce the peace treaty, passed by the Na- - iarrhoea Remedy to dozens of people is P l)03:tlCn. n Tlnlnl.n Von.lnn Delco-Lig- ht I in ' anu uaugutor, tlonnl Assembly hore today by a vote since first used it." .. ilr- - lv!UP Muhlcnburir County, a candidate of 20S to 150, is the briefest docu for tho Republican Nomination for lone, left the first of tho woek for ment of its kind In history. It SAYS .SCHOOL BOOKS Delco-Lig- ht quickly pays for itself through savState Souator in the 7th District, com- Jwnboro, where they go to mnks ARK BEING SHIPPED 1. The peace treaty being time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It is posed ot Uutlor, Ohio and Muhlen- their future home. Mises Mary Ellen and Maggie tween Geimtiny and the allied and as burg counties, subject to the primary Frankfort, Ky., July 9. State O economical in onerntion. Wlion nm mi bmcpnw ifBrown, Llvermore, are vNItlni; sociated powers signed on June 2S, Election to be held Saturday, August y will give practically four times the amount of lie-li- t and the protocol belonging theret Superintendent uimert sa id Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Fo3ter. 2nd., 1919. as the agreement concerning that the book publisher, who secured J pelv.gaUon Qf lerosene as, lamt)S 01" lailtei'llS. x I)r W. C. Lyons arrived Thursday ai well i military occupation of the Rhine-lan- contracts have taken steps to ship to spend n few days with his parents, .i i books and the doposltor) is beginning Can anything be more full of irony Mr. and Mrs. are hereby approved. Lelco-Lig- hi James Lyons, before than the luxury tax on corn and "Article 2. Tliis law becomes ef- to Mipnly dealers with tlie books X going to Corbln. where he will pracpads? He does not believe rural fective on the date of publication." tice dentistry. o It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equiplongschools will lie delayed much t o Miss Gorin Flener, of Cromwell, is ment in order, to use Delco-Ligh- t. The fourth, like tho first of July visiting !is3 Maurlne Martin, When you feci lazy, out of sorts er. : o Wo must continue is now behind . and yawn a good deal In the daytime, The Delco-LigPower Stand is a portable elecMiss A in by Ford is entertaining DISSOLUTION NoriCK. to have these fourths but never again thi-- i week with a tric motor that will operate any make of chum, sephouse party, her you can charge It to a torpid liver will wo have another Mich first. guests include the following: Misses which has allowed tho system to get It is attached by means At a meeting of the stockholders w arator or other appliance. HEUBINE cures Mary Lee and Cornlth Taylor, of Ow- -. full of Impurities. of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which Milling Com - i It's a safe bet that the stock of tnsboro, Louise Smith and Beatricu ,all disorders produced by an Inactive of the Farmers union will operate at the proper speed. some of the patent medicine compa- Marlow, of Fordsvllle, Mary Major liver. It strengthens that organ. pany of Centertown, Ohio County, j , Cy., held on. June 27, at which ? nies will take a jump alon.; about tho Render, Mary Ellen and Isabella cleanses the bowels and puts the stocx of booze tlmo the home-staie- d ln good healthy condition. Price meeting owners of a majority of the i o Moore, of Louisville. '60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- - stock was present. It was ordered IX runs out. OHIO COUNTY USERS pany. pi and directed that the corporation bo BEAVER DAM. dissolved and terminated, as provided Uncle Sam's new drcadnaughta aro (ii:0. A. HARNLS CERALVO. for by law In such cases, and that It's listed at tho modest sum ot $32,000,-00- 0 Mr3. Robert Matthews, of St. LouJ. A. CALinVKLL business be brought to a close. Nois 100 per cent more each, which is, Mo., is visiting her parents, Mr. LHO.VARI) RANDALL Mrs. Ora Kittlngor, of Equality, tice of dissolution Is hereby given In than prior to tho war; Thus wo seo and Mrs. Tom Bennett. was tho guest of her Bister, Mrs. R accordance therewith All porsons cost of war la also up a bit. the Mrs. Forest Caseblcr, ot Louisville Indebted to tho aforesaid corporation 'Is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and will please call and settle. We wondor if it ever occurcd to tho Mr. John Cooper. Wat Taylor, Prosldent, avorago reader that a newspaper has Slaater Frank Mooro Taylor, of W. C. KVEItLV, Secretary. 2tl bills to pay every day in tho year, and Detroit, Michigan, is visiting his When a 4c why it Is that some of theso same grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Incorporated. woman is SURGEONS agroo that in caBOs ot dlsllko to bo ahked to pay Smith. roadors well and cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds, tho Agent BEAVER DAM, KY. once in a year. Mrs. Leo Brown and daughters, healthy first troatment Is most important 'Ethel and Mary France, visited Mra there's a When an effective is appli "If a muzzlo largo enough to fit Robert Plummer, at Centertown, Usr sparkle in ed promptly, thereantiseptic Is no danger of Borah can't bo found there vek. Sonator J Intectlon and the wound begins to roinains the halter to ha ro.--u ...j. t tvU .Mli..' &.... C..t.wl. tint, in heal at once. For use on man or ton language and so cannot have girl, named Tholma. (Louisville Times.) Borrow havo roturnod to their home ln with." her checks, boast, postCrops In this section aro Iato, but Borozono is Ideal antiseptic nowhpapars, etc., to koop them the muzzlo that was slipped on Jim j Princeton, after a visit with Mrs. "M ha ssS and sho has nnd healing agont. theBuy It now nnd ed on Impoitant doings at homo und aro looking fine. Ham LowLs last fall. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. WI1 "titla-fulo- " Mrs. Pantile Autrv Is vory 111. with be ready for an omergoncy. Price abroad. What they call tho Ham Chapman. or talking man, however, serve an abxcoaa in hor throat. Also Mrs. A "Jap" can construct the most 25c, fiOc. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Misses Alanno and Vienna Louis Thero's a.s a fairly good substitute for newsChailoa Rannoy, Frank Allen and ornate pottery and llvo lus'iiiantly, County Drug Co. in with thoir Loach spont the week-en- d elasticity in Ohio papers. Kach chief has a "talking Master Edgar Loarh aro on the sick working 12 hours per day for 25 grandfather, Mr. T. J. Stevens, at every move- intj:rm:d huns ra iiomk mfln," an Individual highly educated, list. cunt. Imaglno the cla.ss of Aint'ri-ou- u Hartford. ment and a according to Sumonan standards, and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Wright, of peo plo who would work for such spring in her The following composed un outing About 2000 aornians and Austrl-urr- i. ho not only furnishes information and LouUvlllo. are visiting their daughu pittance. Would you like to luvo step. Lovo on party that spent hint wuek-ou- d termer officer sand sailors who tntfcrnrnlr. li.iniiniiliiL'H nf viirfonf. ter, Mis. Clmrloa Loach. him for a neighbor? comes to every woman who has wore Interned In hto United Stu'os kinds but servos as a medium for all iGifeun rivar, fUhing: rioveral from this but when sho is wlion their ships. In American har- Intercourse botwoon his chief and tho one day fair at placo nttondod Sen. tuul Mra. Albort Loach and bounding health Just as onn as the U. S. Senate Ilartforl last nra W'lhnHo titwl Manfii'lavn pallid, dull oyed, languid, she has bors, were seized at tho beginning of porsons of Inferior rank. weok. tlndu it has a mind of It's own and ila ii lit Blaukenbhlp, no magnetism nor doc she uppeal tho war, are soon to bo roturnod to Mr. and Mra. J. J. Mrs. Salllo Duvall is visiting hor starts doing things, not otdered by Dotng hard work ln a bentv or mother, Mra. Ann Norninn. Germany. The United Statas will thu pen or word of lroldeiit Wil- Motsra. John Rlankeiudiip, I lay Ward to any man. Master Such a change in feelings and pay all oxponses Inourrod In netting stooping position puts a stitch ln thn Noblo Rannoy, of son from Purls, an otuemed contem- Stevens and J. L. Blankeushlp. Oklahoma, Is Miss Gladys Llkons .sjwit the looks! porary says, "Thoy aro doing nothing tho men to ports ot embarkation but back that Is painful If tho musclos visiting his grandfather, Mr. Charles iweek-on- d In Hartford. After suffering pain, feeling ner- the cost ot passage theuco to thoir have become strained, you can't col Rannoy and othor relatives of but drawing their salary." this ! vous, dizzy, weak and dragged homes will be charged up to their rid of it without help. Tho groat place. SUiil'lllTK SPRINGS power ot DALLARD'S down by weaknesses of her sex Ohio county will receive, If funds ! ponotratlng Rov. lurch Shields closed a rovlvnl Kovornmonts. with eyes sunken, black circles and SNOW LINIMENT will appoal to you nt Oak Grove, Thursday night. aro rnUuil, a to loral aid road leading am from Owensboro to Howling Green j Miss Ruth Welter Is attending the pale cheeks such a woman is most strongly at such times, because SCHOOL RO.UCI) MKKTS ,Mlss Lorotta Hosoy, who has boon and the northorn section will bo serv - ;Teachora' Institute, at Hartford thl3 quickly restored to health by tho It Is tho vory thing you need. Price toachlng music, is home ugain. AJ Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce. known week. od by anotliur federal aid The Ohio county Hoard of Educa- 20c, 50c and $1.00 per bottto. Sold Mr. mid Mm. Stanloy Gllstrap havo Mrs. Carl Magan loft Wednesday Changed, too, in looks, for after tion met in a short .session, bore by Ohio County Drug Company. as the Central Route, which will bo m moved to McIIonry. jfor IraDoil, Oklahoma, whore rIio will taking Dr.Pierco's Favorite Predoalgnattd In the near future. Wednesday. Aside from tho elecMr. Charlio Mlllor has In his posKKIjKCT ; .teach school. This is her third year scription tho skin becomes clear, tion ot several teachers only matter.) session a clock with woodon works. This League ot Nations may bo O. at that placo which shows that Ohio tho oyes brighter, tho cheeks of minor Importance wore disposed It is more than a century old. K. but surely It must rldo a rough count) produces .oaW-.or- s Mrs. Alice Arbucklo, of Hoavor that can plump. It is purely vegetable, of. und billowy Boa before it rcachos port lake good anywhere thoy go Dam, Is visiting friends and relacontains no alcohol. HAMOAN LANGUAGE. tives in this neighborhood. and la firmly anchored by chains of ' Joe Hagorman has bought a "Tin Druggists sell it in tablets or FOR FLETCHER'S public and official approval Vokncv Urzle" and Is making things hot liquid. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs, Oeorgo Leach aro '" 11 , r Tho native Sainoaus havo no wrlt- - tho proud parents of a flue baby little of It that wo confess almoit arouud Concord. i to i Delco -Light (o Brings City Conveniences Country Home The I "'S ; i jSMiiSeKm . A II JMk CLCLCLCi rMffitJ -' r -- skS? -- i broke-Anonymo- ' ht 1- buildingsbright, : Saves Time and Labor ne-re- , oi-'e- ry ht Increases Farm Efficiency - ll Lessens Fire Hazards to-d- t: .' Is Economcia! reads-"Articl- e - to-da- , t d, r- -r bun-n'.o- n i he rower Stand ' i ht I .. I sys-Ite- 19-t!- j NATURE MIRROR Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company i idw-iiP- 9 r rich red blood. will rul Children Cry CASTO R A tf Mr. and Mrs. Rny Haloy and small Sun Kissed Paint J2.2G, Sunnyland 3.00 nnd Ilcd Spot $3.75 per Gallon son of I tl a, visited Mr. and Mrs. Friday nnd Saturday., Stcvo Ellis from Friday until ILER'S GROCERY. Margnr'ctt HcYon Wallace, of Tho fourth of July coming lait Central City, Is tho guest of her week, the Teachers' Instltuto and grnndparcnts, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Circuit Court on this weok, gives us moro than wo can say grace ovor, hence only the high Bpots uro tbuch-cKeystone Chapter No. 11 0, II A M. conferred tho Mark Master's degree nt Its regular convoratl n, Ttiesony Dr. Willis Lyons, who graduated night. from the University of Louisville, in the college of dcnlstry, last June, Is K M Woodward, of Loulsvlllo, homo on n short visit with his parents has been hero this week, looking hoforo going to Corbln, Ky where after litigation of clients, in Circuit ho will practice donlstry. MKss d. ii&Pi!po x"--. teLaSaSsSAaiw .V An Invitation utea 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 ( ourt Mrs. Mary Elmore, who Is spending a few days with her grand daughter, Mrs. Veachel Westerfield and Mr. Westerfield, of this place, was a welcome visitor at the Republican office last Tuesday. Tho doublo shelf, STERLING OIL. STOVE mounted on castors, together with tho famous DOSS OVEN Is sold by, ILER'S GROCERY. Ready-to-Wea- r Department No greater line in Ohio county. See us for the latest in Voile, Organdy, Silk, Crepe de Chine, Georgette Waists. Get our prices on Silk Dresses. See our white Wash Skirts. 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. J8ta,3a The Hartford FRIDAY I IUfs Alma Crowdnr, of Horton, is Ixst Child's green cloak and visiting her undo, I,. Raize and famiblack hood, on road between Reaver ly this week. Grayson County Darn and Union School house. ReNews. turn to or notify MRS. R. D. CARTER, Misses Rculah Palmer and Edith Mcllenry. Knuckles, of Mcllenry, visited in G2t2p Hartfoid from Thursday until SatMr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Walker havo urday of last wook. received word that their son, Berry Master Clevo Her, son of Mr. J. C Dudley, who has been in France for Her, returned yesterday from Rock-por- t, the past few menths, has landod in where ho has been visiting his the United States and will be horn-- as soon as Uncle Sam can muster uncle, Mr. W. G. Her. him out, of the service. Mrs. Li. P. Dennett and daughter, Azlee, of tho Shinklo Chappcl comJudge John B. Wilson has been apmunity, spent last week-en- d with pointed a member of' the Executive relatives in Owensboro. Committee, Stato Good Roads Association. The position is wholly withWo have almost anything you want out remuneration in a financial way. in the paint lino. Don't fail to come but is one of responsibilities and Is a In and see our goods before you buy mark of ery great honor not only to lLER'S GROCERY. our fellow townsman, but to the coun ty as well. Hon. Alvls S. Dennett, of Louis ville, spent from Saturday until Mon Mr. S. W. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, day hero with his father, Mr. W. G. presented this office with a packaco Bennett and other relatives. of strawberries of tho continuous bearing variety, yesterday. The berI am prepared to bottom your ries were of nice and uniform size chairs. Bring them to me. .nd somewhat sweeter than the ordiSTEVE HINES, nary variety grown in tho early 49tf (Hayti), Hartford, Ky. (Can-cyvlllc) Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work When you tuse a cultivator you wont thorough cultivation first of all. But you want to Cet this result in the shortest possible time and with the least possible labor. We want you accurately regulated by means of handy levers. Because of its parallel shift rigs, its shovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail in dodging on crooked rows. No uncultivated spots arc 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. the John Deere KC Cultivator does away with the necessity for hard work, and at the same time gets the most thorough results. to sec why using Here are just a few of its features that will appeal to you. Using it, you can meet every field condition without stopping adjustments. No to. make tion at even depth and distance of cultivation from the row are wrench is necessary. Cultiva- Wc want you to get into the scat of this cultivator and see for yourself how handy nd reliable It is. We've never seen labor its equal for work in saving, time-savinweed-destroyi- the field. Don't fail to come in early and get acquainted with the "KC." J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ve- r Both Phones. Dam, Ky. , I Mrs. Mary Fentress, wife of Geo E. T. McBlrncy, Fentress, died at her home, at Nar- Ohio, State Supervisor of CIncinnattI, of war savings rows, July 3rd. Mrs. Fentress was stamps, was in Hartford yesterday in an aged and Highly respected lady. the interest of that department. He addressed the Teachers' Institute Mrs. M. C. Tall and daughter, Mrs. while here. Mr. MeBirney has been Ressa DeJarnette, of Cloverport, are elected secretary of the Chamber of here visiting Mrs. Tail's daughter, Commerce, As'hland, Ky., and will Mrs. Russoll Walker and Rev. Walkassume his duties at an early date. er. ; Cream-Buyin- g Open in Station Republican Personal News and Social Mr. Ed Johnson, of Llvcrmora, Mr. ad Mrs. Cv O. Hunter will For Sale Regal Truck, in good cpent the fourth hero, tho guest of ieavo here July 15, for Cedaredge, condition. Price $480.00. his sister, Mrs. A. D. Riley. Colo., where they will visit Messrs. JULY 11 C. D. SMITH, W. C. and Dr. O. W. Overhuls and (Render) Mr. J Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee. P. 0., Route 2, Reaver Dam, Ky. families. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter made a business trip to Lcitchfield visiting Denver, Colorado Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Judge Geo W. Jolly, of Owensboro, Springs, Colo., Salt Lake City, Utah, was In town Tuesday aud Wednesday. Pike's Peak and other points of in j Prof. Wilbur P. Rhoads, of Central Judge Jolly is an aspirant for the terest in the west. They will be abCity, spent tho fourth with his par- Republican nomination for Attorney sent about 5 weeks. Euents. ents, Mr and Mrs. Will Rhoads. General. NOTICE. Notice is hereuy given that sealed bids will be received for tho lotting of a contract for the construction of a bridge across the C. R. Rhoads public ditch on the public road near A. Kelly's in the vicinity of Deanfleld. Ohio County, Ky., tho bridge to be constructed upon stone abutments and bids will be received covering tho construction both of a wooden bridge and an iron bridge, and the right is reserved to reject any and all bids and that bids will be accepted for the construction of either a wooden or Iron bridge as may seem advisable to the court, or all bids may be rejected ps the court may deem advisable or the contract let to tho lowest and best bidder in the discretion of tho court. The above bids to be received by this court on the 24th day of July 1919. This Juno 2C, 1919. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. B. C RHOADS, B F RICE, A. D. KIRK. m Hartford, Ky. I I By the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with their Poultry and Egg business. "We want to buy Cream, can pay you one-thir- d more on the pound for Cream than you have been getting for butter and you The local Lodge, K. of P. has canRow II. T. Young, wifo and two children, of Mt. Vernon, aro visiting didates for all of the degrees and tho Mrs. Nelllo King Miller, of Judge and Mrs. John D. Wilson. officers deslro a full attendance at Is visiting relatives here. the regular meeting next Tuesday Don't fail to look over tho doubl) evening. lion. Den D. Rlngo, of Frankfort, was hero attending court this week. pago ad vq carry this weok for E. P. Hon. Newton Belcher ef Giecn- Barnes and Hro., of Reaver Dam. vHle, was hero the first of th!s week. Oct your So) Rtunfcot Mr. Delcher Is :t candidate for the W. E. ELLIS & IJRO. Misses Ethel Glllim nnd Ethel Republican nomination for Stato Sen- Tucker, of Narrows, wero callers at ntir from this distil t. MIbs Gorln Flener. of Cromwell, is this office while in town July 4th. visiting Miss Maurlno Martin. Miss Octnvla Barnett returned to Mr. Armstead Jones, of Nelson her homo In Canoyville, Wednesday, Wo suro havo some good prices Creek, was among the visiting at- - after spending soveral days here as ptrrneys in court here, this week. on furniture. the guest of her uncle, Mr. A. M ILER'S GROCERY. Barnett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan King and daughAttorney. J. N. Campbell, of Leltch- - ter. Mary, of Owensboro, visited relaW. II. Shanks, of Lincoln County, Held was here, on legal business this fives hero from Friday until Monday. candidate for tho Democratic nominaweek, tion for Lieutenant Governor, was Misses Alcnno and Vienna Louisa hore Monday and Tuesday, In tho InGood work horse, and buggy for Leach spent tho week-en- d hero with terest of his campaign. , their grandfather, Mr. T. J. Slovens Halo. Sco ROY STEWART, McHcnr,, Ky Mr. Rommle Smith, son of Mr. blta Messrs. Park and Gaylo Taylor, Smith has returned homo for good. Memphis, Tenn., sponUthe fourth Rommlo reached Camp Taylor last Miss Mary Ellen Moore, of Louis-'o- f villo, is horo visiting relatives and with their mother, Mrs. Moso Hudson. week but failed to get his discharge until Tuesday of this week. friends Shoes? Yes wo aro selling lots of Rov. and Mrs. W. II. Foreman reMr. C. 11. D. Fell, of Onvidion's shoes, co mo in and sco our lino. Station, was in town Wednesday, on Prices ranging from 9Sc to $4.4S. turned to tholr homo hero Saturday, from Dayton, Ohio, whero thoy spent ILER'S GROCERY. business. threo weeks visiting their sorts, Aula INSURE your tobacco against do and Henry Foreman anJ families. Stovo Grlgsby arrived homo Tues- dny, ho has been with our A. E. F, struction by hall. You can't afford to tako tho risk for tho small cost. Tor Sale-- Ono large, two story, in Franco. CAL P. KEOWN, Ag't. frame building, as it stands, to be It4 Mrs.-A- . C. Porter Is spending n fow torn down by August 1st. For parCapt. Georgo W. Fcagln, with tho ticulars call or seo days with her mother, Mrs. A. Robert- L. & N. R. R. Co., Department of HENRY NAUL, eon, of Ilcfliu. 'Valuation, with headquarters in Chat- Hartford, Ky. C. O. Iluntor and R. R. Rlloy woro 'tanoogu, Tonn., was hero attending on buslnoss, last Circuit Court, first of tho wook. Miss Norluo Barnott entertained in Owensboro Wednesday lait Monday ovonlng with n lawn par- Wo havo a large lino of furniture in honor of her guest, Miss Octnvh Several out of town visitors Miss Sally Coleman was In town In now and would bo glad for you to Barnott. Inst Friday and Saturday visiting conio In and look it over. Get our .woro prosont, An enjoyable evening prices on what you need. was spont by overyono. friends and relative. ILER'S GROCERY. County Agont, M. L. McCracken Is Mr Howard Glonn spent last week Interesting sermons woro delivorod almost too bury smiling to give dom end with his undo and aunt, Judgo at each of the local churches last 'onstratlons In scientific forming, 'fho nd Mrs. J. S. Glenn, Sunday morning and night. This was wherefores of the smiling are charge-Misse- s Ilcttlo and Annio B, Her, tho first tinio in several weeks that ablo to the tiny little lady, who. can of Owensboro, visited relatives hero sorvices wero held in all of the' to make her homo with Mr, nnd Mrs. I.McGrackfn last Sunday. churches at the same time. from Friday until Sunday. I-oI get out of the hard work of churning. We have two t receiving days in a week for Cream, evry Tuesday and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each t week. Some people don't understand how to han-- 1 die Cream, they think it must be sweet before we will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in ! person and our manager will explain, to you how you I can make money with less work. KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned nnd Operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated, Branch House, IIARlTOIiD, KENTUCKY. ! L. T. RILEY, Manager. United States Food Administration License No. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. )rito, t, t ley, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Walter Knott and family, of Centertown, visited at the homo tf Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Russoll, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Virgil RIggs and family visited Mr. .Mansfield Hipslcy, at Llvormoro, Saturday. Mrs. Lottlo Carson, of Louisville. Ir spending a few days with bar fath er and mother, Mr, and Mrs. Billy Johnson. Miss Tula French, of Colorado. spent a few days here last week, with her uneU, Mr. N. M .Russell, and famLambs Best 10.75; seconds ily d Mr. Herschel Chlnn and family $1150S12; culls $0010.00. Bast Mr. Joe Thommasson last SaturEwes, $7.257.G0; bueks $5.50. . day. 'HlSPIilN Mr. N. M. Russell and family, Mr S. L. Whltakqr and family and Mr. Rev. J. A, Dannett fillsd his regu Wulter Foster motored to Owens vis-Re- Corn sold yesterday for a' record No. 2 yellow bringing $2.00 and No 2 whlto bringing $2 02. Hogs mndo n now record price. Quotations: Rest 1G5 pounds nnd up $22.23: 120 to 1C5 pounds. $21.26; Mnowuts $10.73. i'owu; p's 120 pounds nnd down. $19.25. Cnttlo Primo hoavy steers $12 13; hoavy shipping steers $11 COff 12 medium 10. CO light 11.50; $1010.50; fat heifers $912: fat cows bulla $S.5011.25; light ?103 10.50; fat holfers $9 12; fat cows $8.5001155; bulls $7.50 09.50; stockers $7.5010.50. Calves Host veals $17.50 IS; medium $12 0 17.50; common $7 0 ;; lar appointment at Woodward's Val- boro last Friday, to spend tho fourth. Mrs. Fannie Blair, of Duford, is visiting friends and relatives hero. Mrs Mabel Ross, of Sniallhous. visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Easterday, laot Saturday an-- l Sunday. 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King. Police Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal It. F. Stevens. FORD8VILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. Vl. Cleric Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger.. Marshal Grout Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Comity Board of l'diinitlim. E. S. Hownrd, S. S. O. C. Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart- Af .tV what the deuce does that mean? exactly what a drink of cold water does for your thirst! To satisfy, a cigarette must do more than please the taste it must "touch the smoke-spot- " That's whet Chesterfields do. They let you know you are smoking they SATISFY. And here's why Chesterfields have body. The finer, silkier leaves of TURKISH have been properly blended with several varieties of the best DOMESTIC tobaccos, famous for their does for your smoke-hung- er full-bcdi- ed It means that NEW thing in a cigarette, that Hunt. Sorgt. J. Alex Hunt, wuo hat l?tn Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. nctlvo Bc"lco over seis recently Muster Commlsfloncr Otto C Mar Mt'tod his parents, Dr nnd Mrs. V. tin, Hartford. ' Hunt. Trustee Jury Fund Cal T. Keown, Lieut. It. O Beck, who has lately Hartford. sorvlco and 1st Monday In March 13 days frv.i over-sca,dfb Beck, nf Memphis, Tenn . nro Com'th. and Civil. the gi'csts of Mrs. N. E. Beck. 1st Monday In May 12dnyi Civil. ?llss Mnr Loo Bowlen i vlsllln? Monday In July 12 dayB Mr and Mrs J W. Borgess, of Louu-vllle- . let Com'th. and Civil. Monday In September 12 dayo Mrs. C. D. linden, of Drakosboro 3d Civil. and Miss Iluth Bnhnnou, of GreenMonday In November 12 days ville, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Uh Com'th. and Civil. Mittle Craig. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles P. Morehead COUNTY COUUT. and daughter have returned to their Meets first Monday in each month. home In Idaho!, Oklahoma. Judge Mack Cook. Mrs. J. W. Boles gave .1 six o'clock County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. dinner In honor of Sergt., Alex Hunt, Clerk W. C Blnnkenshlp. . on Mrs. Bowles guests were, Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. Scrgt. Hunt, Mrs. W. C. Hunt. Mr. Superintendent B. S. Howard. nd Mrs. J. S. Bowles, Mrs. C. O. Jailer Worth Tichonor. Bowles, Misses Kllzabeth and Lucy Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. In H P.. W. Slack, Owonsboro. tored over Sunday, nnd wero gucstf of Cum'th. Attomcj C. K. Brnltb, HartMr. nnd Mrs1. W. O, Wlllk. ford. ford, Ky. Ky. Dlv. No. 20. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, 3 11. Dlv. No. L. Cartor, Narrows, Golf, Ky. Div. No ' 4 Robert Roslno, Beavn, Ky. Dlv. No. Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, er Dam, Ky. C Nnt Llndley, Ccntor-towKy. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Mondny In February; 1ft Monday In April; 1st Monday in June; 1st Monday in August; 1st Monday In October; let Mondny In December. County Board of Examiners 1919 E. S. Hownrd S. S. O. C, Ellis Sandc-fu-r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. May 1G nnd 17 County teachers (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County tenchors' examination (colored) Hartford June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stnto teachers' examination (white) Fords vlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and stnte teachers' examination (colored) '" Hnrtford. July, Ohio County Institute, flavor. SATISFY is something that no cigarette, except Chesterfields, can give you regardless of price. Because no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield blend. Say "Chesterfield" to your dealer. Messrs. Gobcl and Will Beck, of Cleveland, Ohio arc visiting Mrs. N. E. Beck. Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Bunch, of Barlington, nre guests of Mrs. Geo. Bunch. Mr. Dick Manley, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. G. Manley and children motored from Kanbiis City, Mo., and are guests of their many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. George Manley arc of visiting Mrs. Frank Thomas, Boiling Green and Mrs. Iloscoe Truck, of Lewlsburg, Ky. Messrs. Sam Roberts, S. H. Bremer, of Louisville, and Lester Leach, of Central City, spent several dnys here, fishing. Lieut. Will Bunch, Trentlss, Olber Westerfield, Foster Strother and Pete Ward have returned home from oversea Service. . Burvejor Coroner C S. Moxley. E. P. Rodgcrs. FISCAL COOItT. Meets first Tuesday in April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 3rd District ttli Dlntrlct G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. W. C. Daugberty.Balze- town. flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8Ui District B. C. Rboades, Hartford, Routo 6. HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. E. P. Cnsebier. Marshal ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. 6th District The Joy Of Living. To enjoy life we must have good uenlth. No one can reasonably hope to get much real pleasure out of life Hartford. Sept., 19 and 20 County and State teachers' examination, (whtto) Hnrtford. Sept. 2C nnd 27 County nnd Stnte c.ichers' examination (colored) Hart ford. 533 yrnr of Tim l ioa: d S Domestic tobaccos blended when his bowels arc clogged a good hare of tho time and tho poisons that should bo expelled arc absorbed into the system, producing headache A few doses of and Indigestion. Chamberlain's Tableta will move the bowels, strengthen the digestion and give you a chance to realize the real m Inv nf llvlntr. Trv It. Get I and Avoid Wast the Genui neHi7 cvnycnv Every Cake ISTn JXW f f$C'4'C$f O.S Mmr &0H&jS?y . lOectric Bitters Sucreed wh:n evcrythiug else faDs. j In r.ctvou': postratlo aud frmtJc wesjenesse they are the suprmw remedy, at thousands have testified. i VVfVV WtdmC ., with the moisture-proo- f Jacket tbat kccPs Chester- field's oS1"31 aad&avoc intact. kess I J ' For Weak Women . Inuseforover40years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the cood Cardui has done them. This is Ihe best proof of Hie value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in It is composed Cardui. only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad alter-eifects. jdlS Mothers W ?hr use M ' It 2: the best medicine ever void over a drug(;i3"a counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE v ireys ))f a f For the Children A Safe, er miriKe ffnrV rnotlna-o- fEvcry "Woman Wants forms of ships bringing back to us AMj WASTKI). our brave boys who bled that wo might llvo. In tonus of increased A young man in chargo of a newly and prosperity and economic platted realty tract, upon which the stability. only building was the offlco of the "By inventing In War Savings and company, upon seolng tho first per-lo- n Thrift Stamp wo are not' only helpto outer tho door, hastily took ing tho Government in a very concrete down th telophouo receiver and com- -, way, but are doing It by helping monccd: "Yob sir; I think wo can agreo on those terms. Thirty lots In ono parYos sir; cel and twenty In nnothor. FOR FLETCHER'S the prlco Is satisfactory $30,000 nt the transfer and the remainder In I fclxty days. Did ypu say I could meet 4 you In tho mornng at It o'clook and ATTACK OXJKAVK. rwolvo your eheok for $10,000 ns tho Very well, sir." I'olUh soldiers are charged with Initial payment? Hanging up tho receiver, this busy. 3uvlng beaten, abused and otherwise hap-plnot- w ." mistreated Jews in Poland. Gen. 'Haller, commander of the Polish army, in instructions issued to the sol- Vrraitling Officer Of Lower Hou-- e On diers a short time ago reminded them Nation's Need tnai such conduct Is "unworthy of Polibii soldiers who are servants of a The following is a signed statement jholy cause" and warned them that made by Fredrick H. Gillett, of Mas- those guilty of mistreating any porsachusetts, Speaker of the House of tion of the populaton will be severely Hcpresentatives in Congress: punished. The diet has adopted a "When the United State3 onton-that excesses resolution declaring Into the great world conflict tne peo- against the Jews, Instead of remedyple were asked to lend their do- ing unsatisfactory economic condl- llars to help defray tho war bill.. Tho Jtions, tend to Increase the general Interest on these dollars whits'i were distress. At the request of the PoInvested In Liberty IJonds and War lish and Lithuanian governments Savings Stamps consisted not only in President Wilson has decided to apincreased return of monoy, but in point a special commission to investisomething moro concrete. Tho mon- gate reported pogroms In Poland. oy lent to the Government during the Henry Morgenthau, formsr U. S. amwar helped to bring victory, the most bassador to Turkey, will bead the precious dividend ever declared, and commission and two other Jews will that victory is thared by all, even b bo among its members. m those who did not lend their money to tho Government. every homo whero there Is a baIn "The Government Is still In need of by there should also be a bottle of oblir funds to help meet our It may McGEE'SBAUY ELIXEU. gations. If victory means anything be needed at any time to correct sour to us as Americans we should nil bo stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or willing to do our share In meeting summer complaint. o It Is a tho obligations Incurred In achieving remedy, contains no opium, that much' desired goal. The divi- morphino or injurious drug of any dend to bo declared this time will bo kind. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. possible bocauhe of the victory won. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m It vill bo a dividend manifested In a. SPEAKER GILLETT person turned to the man who had entered the office. "Is there anything I can do for you, Remedy for Worms uo I tho Lent trstlrnoal&l FUKY'S VLKMiriHlKcau offer Krfpa bottle atway on hand. It wilt helpkrrp Uu little one bappyaritl hralthj. 2c. a bottle at your drujr trl't't or central atoro ; or tf jour dealer can't aupply you MDdhla name andSc.ln Umi and we'll tend jeo a butll lrom i Ur. yon, Serfnty-flf- sir?" "N'aw, not a thing," returned tho visitor. "I have just come to connect up yer telephone, that's all." FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diiiolrcd In water fcr dsuchet topr peWic caUrrh, ulceration nnd inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. Pjnkn&m Med. Co. for irn vnr- X hcali.ij; vender for natl catarrh, tore throat and sore eyc Cconon.ictl. H rltuuiluiry cluntxg an! rrmicidal powrr. V Saisjlo Jit'. t Irujiui, Ir . . r uira i c UH ot.ixiv. lklou Nm.S F. r t.lJ CASTPRIA For Infants and Children E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. US E LI - V-VE- R-L AX In Use For Over30 Years Alwnys bears the Signature of mats DAV TAKE Hni-ji- T Dt5i mtuiumc FOR WOMEN" What Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio Woman, Portsmouth, Ohio. Irregularities, pains from my side ind was so weaK at limes x could hardly got uround to do my work, and (.s I had four fn my family and three boarders it made it very hard for mo. Lyuia E. I'inkham'a Vorjc-tabl- e in lirniAiiir- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay cfl from work for days by taking cnlomel when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x kecja yott on your feet, while rclievingyourtroidx c. Safer too, and cosy to take. Dont take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect und certain in results. It win won't bo long before L!o- completely uispluco calomel in ever) liome.i Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle 50c and $1 in bottles. Nor.t genuine without tho likeness and signjv turo of L, K, Grigsby. For sale by Vc-Ljrunr-antccd. r llOOSIKIt COAL MINIMIS TO SKKK Sullivan, Ind., July 0. Leaders of the miners' union of this district today were whipping Into bhapo a new wag3 agreement for presentation to mine operators In tho near future. The present wago agreement expired with the signing of the peace treaty. While tho operators have been content to pormlt tho wartlmo program mo to continue temporarily, tho day and an minors Insist on u Incroaso In tholr wages. Operators protest this, however, on ground that the "bottom has fallen out of coal m nkot " six-ho- ur The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it lias done for so many thousands of other It should help. women! "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writesMrs.Mary E.Vesle, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down to weak, could hardly wall: . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardu!, and after taking one bottle, or before tak'ng quite all, 1 felt much better. I tool: 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. 1 had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the beat tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. post-wa- " I sufTercd ' wholo-bom- ' ... vllllAM.'t. llartfor ' nf" Cliiimberluin's Tablets. Those tablets are Intonded ospeel . ly for btomach troubles, billion. noss If you have any and constipation. trotiblos of this sort, glvo thoni u trial and realize for yoursolf what a t'h'it class medicine will do for you. Th y m only cost a quarter, o-- o Children Cry O ASTO R A NATUIIALMISTAKK "Is this a Junglo scene?" asked tho slightly Intoxicated ggntleman In tho movie show, "No," replied his friend. "You are looking at tho picture through tho foliage on a woman's hat." All Dragmsfc J. 70 recommended to mo. 1 took it and it has restored my health. It is certainly tho best medicino for voman'a ailments I over saw." Mrs. Saha Siiaw, It. No. 1, Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Shaw proved tho merit of this medicino und wroto this letter in order that other suffering women may find relief as sho did. Women who are suffering as eho was should not dreg along from day to day without giving tlds famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For special advice in regard to such ailments write to Lydia B.Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, inss. The result of its forty yeurs ixpcrienco Is ut your service. WU3 Compound BMMUMMWIViaMMMBMMMMBNMMaB VILL YOU, TAKE OUR k Tresinen! MML AliMtIflLX V GERMINAL REMEDY vHk JP74HvflBni. i wmm t0m T" lor WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relict for that llted, tun down (eelIoe coucbi, paint In cbed. nlsbt iweati, weak lunci or contumplloo. If il doit m sol help you it cotta you ootblot. Lock box eio OHIO MEDICAL CO. bemor-ibice- FOR ONE MONTH COLUM0U8.Q. FARM DEPARTMENT. I'.. Slmllow Cultivation AliN Corn I'm-ilurtlo- n. food In other compartments In ordor thai tho air mny'clrciilnto frcoly. I s- '1 Placo tho tied fleeces In regulaInjiirod moro tion wool sacks or cover them with Corn Is sometimes canvas or now burlap. than aided by cultivation, says speSelect a clean, dry placo for storcialists In tho U. 3. Department ot ing tho wool until sold. Nover por-m- ll tho wool to Ho upon tho ground Agriculture nor store It In a basement. sluggards slcop; "Plow deep whllo Keep tho whlto and black wool sepAnd you shall have corn to sell and l excellent advice when arate. Never permit any portion ot to keep" preparing tho soil for planting, but K black wool to bo mixed through tho had practlco after tho plants havo at- whlto. Divide tho hurry, seedy, cotted, tained any considerable size. Somo successful growers, who havo avorag-- c dead, black, and gray fleeces from tho n wool, and 100 hushols of shelled corn to tho clean, whlto, NOTICE Nover pack all ncro on hundreds of acres, say tho pack separately. best single cultivation thoy can glvo grades together. I will not ho responsible for any h or ten Inches their corn Is debt or contract mndo or entered InUut af-l- Cure In Handing ICggs Musi llcgln On to by my wife, Ilosa II. Uaro. deop Just before planting. The 1'unii tho corn Is up, each succeeding This, July a, 1919. Good fresh oggs put In a basket and cultivation should bo shallower than J. W. UAItE, Hartford, Ky, stored In the hot kitchen for a day or ii the last. TO MAKE P.ANOE SHIM:. town In such condition Method.? of cultivation In one sec- two tion of tho country differ greatly from that they must bo used at onco to bo If the kitchen range has been nog those In another section. Farmers available for food. A basket of pershould not cease trjlng to learn bet- fectly fresh eggs left on tho back ot lected and the metal parts become ter methods because ce those dlffar-ereus tho wagon oxposcd to tho sun dur- brown, rub thorn with a dampened drive to town may reach cloth dipped in vinegar. Tho dlscol- Tho most aIuabIo Informa- ing a tion can bu obtained from unprejudic- tho country merchant in such shapo orations will quickly vanish and the ed observant corn glowers of many that not even Immediate chilling witl metal can then bo successfully pol mnko them available for long ship- ished. j cars' Hxperlonce. Tho main purposes of cultivation ment to the cities. This Is tho ono wheats wheat: arc to, prevent wood growth, surfuco story constantly revealed by the canrun off and the loss of molsturo by dle on the egg car Eggs of which Tho American Cooperative Associa I'roper cultivation tho farmers wlfo Is very proud will evaporation should securo theso results regardless show that they have been allowed to tion (Incorporated) will handle whecu of tho specific moansused. Somo ot icmaln 21 or 4S hours in tho nost or for members of the association anc. tho moat successful corn growers at some point in their history havo ill others who caro to take advantage practice freuuent early cultivation. boon exposed to heat which lowers of the proposition. Wo guarantee you Early cultivation will stimulate the their valuo. It Is evident, therefore, tho goornment price for every bushgrowth of tho joung corn plants by that if tho egg is to be palatable to el of your wheat and a fair grading iterating and warming tho soil. They thu city consumer care In Its handling xecordlng tt government lustiuctiors will also check Injury from worms, In- must begin on the farm. Tho farm- Will recelvo at any point In the counsects and moles. Harrows or weedew er must gather his eggs twice a day ty, F. O. II., In car load lots. For full particulars see S. L. KING should bo used beforo tho corn Is up nnd must keep them cool afterwards, or Whllo It Is small enough to permit Just as he would cream or milk, until Manager of tho A. G. A., Hartford 2tS their use Whllo tho plants aro thoy aro delivered in town. Thero 1, small, narrow shovels that do not thu merchant must at once put thorn 10 VEAH3 KOII STEALING throw too much soil, or disk culti- Into a dry, cold place, or, It he wishes vators set to throw the soil from tho to ho strictly up to date, must chill D W. Treidwell, No, folk, Va wof Fenders aro thorn In Ills own little refrigerating corn should bo used dc.ilrablo to prevont covering or In- plant or in the larger rofrigeratlng sentenced to servo 10 years In the plant of tho town, to a temperature Atlanta penitentiary and pay a tint juring tho small plants. lot $20,000 for embezzling nitrate Many tests of deep and shallow cul- woll bolow 40 dogross F. Heat is tho great enemy, for onco a 'from tho government. Treadwell was tivation havo been made, and results nro decidedly In fawir of shallow cul- good egg has stood for any tlmo at a a contractor and had charge of Im Occasions when deep culti- tomporaturo of ocr CS F. it begins mensc supplies of nitrate shipped tivation through tho Norfolk port during tho vation Ik preferable- aro few. The to Incubate, if It is a fertile egg. war. The disappearance of material rooU of the plants must not he brokvalued In tho aggregate around $100 en They will produce other roots, Keep 'llio I los Cool. but at tho expenso of vitality nnd food Every time a hog gets too hot, he 000 led to his arrest and conviction 0" .supply pants away .an appreciable portion of ("VXAMAX WOMI X MAY VOTE After tho corn Is two or three feet moat. And hogs get hot very oasily. high, tlu" soil oven In tho middle of During tho summer, especla caro Tho" legislature of the provlhco of tho rows should not bo cultivated should be taken to hao tho hog quardeeper than four inches, nnd usually ters woll shaded. If no natural shade YUKon, uanaua, na3 pasbeu an act ex-- I a shallower cultivation will prove bet- is availnble. a very good shelter may tondlng to women the right to vote in ter 'Maintain a loose soil mulch two bo made of straw or boughs placed all territorial elections on tho sam" or threi- Inches thick. This pmenU about four feet above the pen or wal- basis as men. Tho Canadian fed th" escape of molsturo already In low. Cloan wator In which tho hogs oral government has also been asked the soil and soaks up tho rainfall enn llo should always bo provided, to grant similar tights to women in ra'her than letting it nuf off. says the Uuted States Department of federal elections. 1 C ultivate to keep Agriculture. often enough weeds and to maintain conlnn stantly a loose soil mulch until tho no maiiKci mms leu mil urn .oi prlegt3 nt Loreto, focal polnt of corn has reachor Its growth. Moro Koi-imxhi. nany pilgrimages, and place to which. If rains cultivations will bo nooded The blanketed lto in a rofrigera- - accor(iiag to legendary account, nro frequont. The crust which forms tor Is a slacker at its post of duty, lallgeIs caiTled the houae of Ulc VIr. bo broken and after every rain must person who placed the blank- - gin at Nazaroth In tho year 1294, havo or and tho is pulverized or excessive un-otho cause of It, specialists et there They aske(1 ,arger 0 on &trlk0i evaporation will soon rob tho soil of In tho Department ot Agriculturo Haowancoa ,,, leot the ncreas0ll ttml its moisture. by". . claro. A refrigerator is kept-co- ld nni, whnn wnra nnf It is a mistako to think that tho tho ico molting and taking up tho granted atopic 1 ce'obratlng masses longer tho dry spell tho moro frequent heat within tho insulated walls. and ctuer religious du- After tho should bo tho cultivations. When tho Ico is kept from molting, ieg mulch hns been produced, Its frequont Ico Is saved but not rood. stirring Is not necessary unless weeds At times when It Is necessary to THE WAR is not won until tho becomo troublesome Many crops aro wrap tho Ico to make it last until tho problems it created aro solved and the :ut short by stopping cultivation be- now supply comes, any perishable paid cause tho corn is too tall to uso a food which is to bo used without debts double cultivator without broaklng "How's your husband gettlng further cooking should bo moved up down tho stalks. If conditions as close to tho Ico as possible. Ordl- - along, Mrs. Fogarty?" It, continue shallow cultivation narlly, however, it Is better to keep ' "Well, sometimes he's bettor an' oven though the corn is ta.sscllng. It sometimes he's worse but from tho is sometimes profitable to remove way ho growls an' takes on whin he's by tho costly process ot woods oven better, OI think he's hotter whin he's hand labor at as late a data as tho worse " Doston Transcript. silking of tho corn. . "ELM m Under somo conditions six or eight A cultivations aro advisable, whllo un-d- rr kJ Tho Hostess "I am going to ask tMT'l "7V " 77 .1l Ki k'A '. "' - iiJ '.T othor conditions three may ho sufyou to take Mrs. Salstun down to ficient. Tho maximum yield Is not dinner." obtained by tho uuiubor of cultivaFoathorstono "What shall I talk tions, but by keeping tho soil In tho to htjr about?" proper condition. Tho Hostess "It won't be necesAttacks come when least sary Judge. Sugsestlons Tor Preparing Fleece For expected. Directly some ill Advice Is tho most worthless comMarket feeling makes you aware modity In tho world. Those who Shear tho sheep when tho wool Is absolutely dry, ncvor when thoro is that you have a Heart is might profit by It don't need It, and those who do need it won't profit by any molsutro In tho fleece. the time to commence tak- it. If thoy could, thoy wouldn't ueed Tho sheep should bo shorn only it. Life. on n smooth, dry surfaco, proforably mm a planed board floornlg, uovor on tho ing some treatment. ALL IX. dirt Jail Phslclan: "How's that bunch Caro should bo taken to keop tho of prisoners that broke out with tho cuts, second Avoid fleeco intact. moasles?" which roduco tho xavorago length of Jallkooper "They're, all In." tho staple. m Clip all locks from each fleeco and INDEPEXDEXT. Never permit thorn pack soparatoly. to romain in the fleece. New Saliuman (hotly) "I will Fleeces should bo prepared with tako ordors from uo man I" tho flosh sldo outj nover tho weathSalesmanagor (coldly) "Vos er sldo. noted that whllo you wero out Fold, roll, or uso fleece box for your trial trip" tho fleece. Tie each fleece soparatoly, Novef is a Tonic and Regulator "HI,OOI TONIO I SAY XUMlttill 10'' tlo two fleeces together, nor pack and recommended in Functionmarkot untied wool. Uso only onough twlno to tie fleeco Frank Skaggs, prominent druggist, al Heart Disorders. securely. Harrlsburg, III. writes: "Nuinbor 40 Papor or hard glazed surface twine is still going good. If a customor SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS says "Blood Tonic," I say "Number should ho used. Novor uso sisal or binder twine. M'l"3 C"ICAl CO., C'khart, Ind. 40," as it gives tho best satisfaction of any blood tonic I havo ovor sold." Navor pormlt tho fleeco to conjo InEmployed u blood poison, chronic to contact with chaff, hay or any well-growono-olghtor may-reach -.. i E. ff other foreign material. $100 Reward, $100 Tho reiulers of thin paper will b pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlsoaaa that science hoa been able to euro In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the niood on the Mucous Surface of the System thorebv destroying giving tho the foundation of tho dlne-se- , patient itrength by building up the conassisting nature In doing Its stitution nnd work. The proprietors linvo so much filth In tho curatlvo powers of Hall's Cafirrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for nny ciao that It falls to euro. Send for lint of testimonials. Addrtsn F. J. ClinNnV & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, "5c. Mi WfM m 'i r llWir IPr, iiiffii5!a!.'.iwt(!H" . .icnynErwasH" PIP !0 IE- - ..,n ui :i v I... "- Copyright 1IU b? . - nmramam hand out for what ails your smokeappetitel For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cut3 you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries I Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun. that ever was scheduled in your direction! the smokegame with PLAY if you're hankering foraajimmy Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; rolled Into a cigarette it beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! Toppy rtJ bast, tidy red lint, handtome pound and d tin hami-dort and that clatty, practical pound cryttal glatt humidor with sponge moitttner top that ktept the tobacco in tuch perfect condition. half-poun- Id-i- , $w U R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, rheumatism, and catarrh, scrofula, mercurial and lead poisoning, constipation, liver and stomach troubles. Jnder Its use nodes, tumors and glandular swellings that havo withstood all other treatment disappear as if by magic. Made by J. C. Jlendcnhall, 40 years a druggist, Evansvillo, Ind. Price $1.25 per bottle, six bottles $7.00. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. n V. Winston-Sale- N. C The losses of the French army were 1.0S9.700 killed and 2G5.800 missing, or 16.2 per cent of tho total mobilized force of 8,410,000. Tho losses of tho navy totaled 10,-7of which 5,521 were killed and 5,214 aro missing. Tho losses in tho navy were 4.19 per cent of the complement. ' 35 ,,,., .. or lazy, you need a good cleaning out. ING OUT ALL OTHER CHILL the right thing for that TONICS SAYS MEXDEX- 'purpose. It stimulates the liver, HALL'S HEST; tones up the stomach and purifies the Tho Treasurer of the American lied Piico CO cents. Sold by .bowels. Dr. R. S. Plerco, proprietor city "ross now holds tho sum bf $2G0, OhIo County Drug Company. n Pharmacy, Marinna, Fla., writes: "A. opresontlug two contributions for the few years ago when I purchased benefit of the first American war orstore I found six bottles of Men phan. Acting upon the policy that COL. KOOSEVKITS KIND KEMEMimAXCE 'denhall's Chill & Fever Tonic in stock funds contributed for a specific land It was totally unknown to the are to bo administered In acColonel Theodore Roosevelt, ahort- - trade. I noted (on tho circular the. cordance with tho wishes of the donor, tho Ked Cross Is making enquiries ly beforo his death, arranged to give quinine strength and placed it in of a number of my patients to through tho various Home Service substantial expression of his gratipeople of tho little vil- try it out. They were so universally ofctlons lo learn the name of the flr3t tude to tho dewho was lage in France near which his son pleased with the preparation I American war orphan Through la buried. Quentln the cided to try !t In my own family and brought to their attention for finau Red Cross ho provided that $6,900 my wife now will use no other for clul assistance. ' of tho Nobel Peace Prize money our children." Sold by Ohio Counawarded to him should be used for ty Drug Company. FOH SALE. It. C. MAKING SKAKCir FOIi HEROINE Is VlItST ASIEIMCAX WAK OIII'HAX k 1&4t ... "no account," tho benefit of the simple country people who have kept Quentln's grave covered with flowers. Cojonel Roosevelt left tho decision, of the exact form his gift should tako to tho discretion of the Rod Cross, and that organization Is now trying" to ascertain the wishes of the villagers. : ., . PROMINENT DOCTOR AFTER TRY- " s. thla-dru- pur-po.-- ve tho-hand- s --- - do-ma- HIG TYPE POLAND CHINAS. Ono Bred (iullt, due 10 farrow July 10, 1919; four 3 to 4 months old pigs two males and two females. My Poland Chinas aro as good as can bo found In tho United States. 47tC W. S. DEAN, - ,t VrtcrW;"I&wr.( BKSaBEE2 v, Dundee, Ky. -e IIOSIXE. gi Kct flontcnts J 15 fluid Praclir: For Infants and Children. arafsrBH M MM&3 Enclosed, Editor . Republican: find check to amount of $1.50 tor which ploaso let 'the good old sheet como another year. Wo had a wedding hero last Sat urday, Mr. Ray Morris to Miss Escola Davis. Mr. Mack Logsdon Is at homo hero, from Texas. Ho Is putting in his time attending tho Holy Roller moot ing Mack says It is quite a disadvantage to go to meeting when ono has to stand up all of tho time and tool; down on his best girl. Laitio Shoulder. This ailment Is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles. All that Is noeded Is absolute rest and a tow applications ot Chamberlain's L ment. Try It. in Mothers Know That "is"55-- . sri ' :7V:- - i 3 $ .....r i nurj m.MT. AVciielablcVrerawtjoarorAs hvKruUl' . . -- Oenislsie A Castoria' if -- 1 jft K y,? I N linjllicS;onadganjPa!L rrrjm-- o a Bears the ffev;;v rSi .,Hi 3N I J. .T irerr-i-i 'fJyEramoUn-jDMesfia- r.a Signature. of neither Opiuiu.Morp""18 M IBYS-- ;! :a ' l iVV $!&" 1 tela it i: - cir i i In ! 7irmrlltfier Wlmi Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R J KREXCII LOSSES TOTAL 1,300,205 ritfaf rjwA.w' (toaStlpaUaiulDtorrt8 nnd Firvcrlshnws V T ft Use For Over $:i2i CM Bll tit-?- rcsuUin-- J ihcrefrcfi!f!ri0v5&H - pro-pari- K$l A ZL) sJin fac Simile Stfwtfi0' TuECCNTAUnC0IAW6 Paris, Wednesday, July 2 The to. tal Fronch losses In killed and miss-lu- g on the land and sea, as otllclally established up to the day of tho armistice, Novombor 11, 1918, amount ed to 1,366,235. Theso figures wero given the y by DepuChamber of Deputies ty Louis Martin In a report on tho dl3po3al'of tho oftecta of missing men. to-da- ImiBSiiryn&mXKnXM NEWJJii Cuc- Thirty Years ' GASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC S(KTUII COMMHT, MCW OK CITY. GM ordered. MACK COOK, $ lonstipation. to it. You thought at first it' did not amount to much. You regarded it as just a "trifle" paid no attention But ono day you woke up to the fact that tho ((' 88 W '" : Perhaps you had a nervous breakdown, or narrowly escaped one. Or the doctors found High Blood Pressure, maybe Hardening of the Arteries (Arteiio Sclerosis). Quito likely, Rheumatic attacks. Whatever it was, more than likely, tho one cause back of it all was Constipation. Constipation is a Serious Trifle. Becauso it is so easy to ntfglect it, and tho consequences are so serious. Dovonia, Water, is , "trifle" had become "serious." VW (I' "first aid" to bringing tho bowels back to natural action. It is not habit- - forming. Tho bowels do not A como to depend upon it, as they do with pills, tho American Medicinal Mineral m sH ifcX H K jJ UX CMK KT wnfre aitiuck a niio tcikJU DEVOMIAH jAauMincauni MintOALWATtBf MVnxtA k himi w batlU It VHMIUtM r.. IW "liwttH, CMifpar tpwn mi castor oil, oils, and tho like. It loosens the retained food waste which has poisoned your system and removes itgently but thoroughly from tho bowels, it gives a healthful stimulus to affected organs and assista them to perform their natural functions. In these ways, it restores health and pro longs iue. Devonia comes to you just as Mother Naturo made it in her wonderful laboratory a. thousand feet under ground. It is not condensed, added to, or changed in any way. bo potent are its virtues that a in a glass of water is usually a sufficient amount to take at one time. table-spoonful Ohio County Court I, W. C. Blenkcnshlp, Clerk of tho Ohio County and Fiscal Courts, do certify that the foregoing embracing three pages besides this ono, Is a truo and correct copy of tho ordor made, calling an election for tho pur-poof taking tho senso of tho leg41 voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, up. on the question of lovylng a 2"0c road tax, for a period of flvo years, made by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court at ts special June Term, 1919, which order appears of record In Fiscal Court Order IJook, No. 4, on pages 11 to 13 Inclusive. Witness my hand as Clerk aforesaid, this 26th day of June, 1919. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk Ohio County Court. PURSUANT TO THE FOREGOING ORDER, AND DY VIRTURE OF THE POWER VESTED IN ME AS SHERIFF OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, I HEREBY CAUSE THE AFORESAID ORDER TO RE PUBLISHED AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND FURTHER AND DIRECT SHALL CAUSE THE VARIOUS OFFICERS WHOSE DUTY IT IS. TO OPEN A POLL IN EACH OF THE VOTING PLACES WITHIN THE COUNT OF OHIO ON SATURDAY. AUGUST THE 2ND. 1919, TO TAKE THE SENSE OF THE QUALIFIED VOTE OUT IN THE ABOVE AND FOREGOING MENTIONED ORDER. WITNESS MY HAND, THIS THE 2Gth, DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1919. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff, Ohio County. Report of tho Condition of tho Commoiincatth Of Kentucky J. O. U. C so A, put (he tailoring into a "KEEP-KOOL- " summer suit that makes it "stand up in use. and the style that makes it "stand out" in a crowd. WE CITIZEN'S BANK doing business at the town of Hartford. County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at tho closo of business on 25th day of June, 1919. Resources Loans and Discounts ...? Stocks, Bonds and other ni.27C.-l- Keep-Ko- ol The National Summer Suit for Men HWI , that it is not a drastic TCDHDNlMiF is approved by physians One reason why Devonia Securities Duo from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash ! items Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures is iS.S39.65 14.7SS.31 7,710.74 1.1G2.71; "KEEP KOOL" is our trademark; it is not a general trade term. Every Keep-KoSuit has the label sewn under the collar. ol Take a Tablespoonful JZ? of Devonia to z Glassful of water. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owen.boro, Ky. Please send me your free booklet, "Serious Trifles" discussing -- almost every drug store. SUGGESTION: You who are suffering from Constipation, even in a chronic form, should drink Devonia. If you want to know more about it,and why Constipation is so serious, send for our booklet 'Serious Trifles," It tells you what physicians say about Constipation and its serious consequences. 'It is free. It is to be had at .... 500 00 $124,274.93 Iv Total Carson lift Gk Co. -- : J c J Constipation and its evil effects. Name Auuuess. ExecuttvAO'fices: Building n Ky. Lou!svl!!a Office: 141B Sprinss And Botl'inz Plant. Lorain, Ohio Laboratories, Cleveland. Ohio Owemboro, Lliilillitifs Capital Stock paid in. $ 25.000.00 in cash Surplus Fund 12,500.00 Undivided Profits, Ions ex pensos and taxes paid. 1.S2C.53 Deposits subject to chock $77,622.54 Time Deposit I7.30G.S7 S4.929.41 Other Liahlltlos not Included under any of 1S.99 above heads Total State of Kentucky,) )Sct. County of Ohio, ) We, J. C. Riley and R. K. KUcv. President and Cashier of tho above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement fs truo to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. C. RILEY? "President. R. R. RILEY, CASHIER. Subscribed and sworu to before mo this 3rd day of July, 1919. My commission January 29, 1920. R. R. WEDDING, Notary Public. Correct Attest: M. L. HEAVRIN, J. C. RILEY. F. M. HOOVER. Directors. ? Hartford, Ky. isaaftftasAftaii5 as!ftftift5Aft-.f- t 9 124,274.93 Seve r. J ' 0 c i c f ORDER FOR 20 CENT' ROAD TAX ELECTION State Of Kentucky, Ohio j' County Fiscal Court June 26th, 1919 ) (l appearing tlvnt Ohio county has not sufficient amount of money for road purposes and that tho present syatein of road working by road hands Is inadequate and unsuitable for the working and up keep of the roads of Ohio county, and having been called upon by tho State Comtnlssoiner of public Roads of Kentucky, as well as by a largo number of citizons of Ohio county by petition for a bettor and more adequate system of tho working and upkeep of tho country roads of Ohio county, and being desirous of mooting this demand in the best and most practicable way, and It further appearing that a special election upon the question of a 20c road tux may bo held at a primary election at but very small oxponso hi addition to tho expense otherwise required, and made ticcotiMary by holding or a primary election for its general purposes, it ts now, on motion of Esq. 11. F. Illce, ordered and adjudged by the court that it special election ho held throughout Ohio County and In each tt and nil tho precincts theroln on 2, 1!)1D, for the purpose of submitting the question of voting a tux of 20c on thu $100.00 on all property 'iboct by law to local taxation for the improvement or construction nf tin public roads and bridges of tho county, either, or both. Said amount of tax shall bo 20c on tho hundred dollars each year for u porlod of flvo years and no amount of money In oxcess of tho amoi'ut that can be raised by tho levy in one year Hhall bo expended In' that year, and all indebtedness created In any ono year fur such road an' bridgo purposes shall be paid out of the fund raised hi that year. Said tax to bo an ad valorum tax to be levied each year and collected by the sheriff at the same time and in tho a samo manner and by tho saino that ho collects other taxes and lor tho collection of tho tax levied Au-xupro-oos- hereunder tho sheriff shall be entitled! are so levied and collected, so that to and allowed a commission of 1 per each of said districts shall receive cent of the amount so collected and jail and in full the taxes so levied and no more, as provided in stctlrn 4307- - collected therein. Persons carefully (selected for their competency and put B4 of Kentucky Statutes, Vol. 3. The question of voting said tax of under bond for tho fair and faithful 20c ad valorum on tho hundred dol- - performance of their duties will bo lars worth of property subject by employed in each district to seo after law to local taxation, small be sub- tho work therein, and said taxes ahall mitted to the voters in the following bo for tho exclusive working nnd upkeep of tho public roads and tho language and not otherwise: bridges and culvorts thereon of said "Are you for a property tax of respective districts, and shall be so twenty cents on each ono hunappot Honed, used, and applied as to dred dollars worth of property change no system of road wo-.i'- i. in the county, to be levied each In Ohio county fr : the road iari:l year for five years, for tho pursystem now in exlstonce to a sys..,,m pose of Improving or constructof working said roads by the use f ing, either or both, tho roads proper and improved, adequate ar.d and bridges of the county?" sufficient road machinery, by teams, S. A. Bratcher, sheriff of Ohio coun- gradors, scrapers, ditchers, drags, dyty. Ky., is heroby appointed, ordered, namite, drills, and other road appliand directed to hold said election, ances, adaptablo and suitable for and ho shall causo a poll to be open- both hills nnd lowlands, so that each ed in each and all of tho precincts and all sections of road whether hill throughout Ohio ronntv, on the nbnvn o- hnll Mvo the attention liunud uutu as tiij law la auca cuima neuos.iry and suitable for its proper directs and he will first advertise upkeep and convenient use for tho said election by having a certified 'several communities affected and for copy of this order published in a ! the gouoral traveling public hut thu weokly newspaper published and hav- purchase of such machinery, Impleing the largest circulation in Ohio ments and tools shall bo mado hi no county, for at olast thirty days event out of tho funds derived from tho dato of said election, and W. the 20c road tnx, but exclusively from C. Blcnkeuship, Clerk of this court, 1.) the funds derived from taxes reguordered and directed to Immediately larly levied and collected each yptr furnish tho sheriff aforesaid a certi- as already provided by law, and tho fied copy of this order for tho pur- men now subject to duties as road pose of said advertising. hands throughout the county shall Bald sheriff and said clerk are bo roloased from such duty. further ordered and directed to do Tho amount of said tax shall not and to perform each and everything exceed tho said rato of 20c on tho required under tho laws of the Com- hundred dollars as, aforesaid, nor ho monwealth of Kentucky in adver- levied or collected for a longer period tising and conducting said election, than flvo years. As it is not within and In proparlng and preserving tho our powor to lovy or have collected ballots and canvassing and certify- any poll tax additional to that already ing the voto, and said election Is di- levied and collected, nor to submit rected to bo held hi all respects as re- tho question of voting an additional quired by law governing such elec poll tax, hence tho election ordered tions, and under tho goneral election Is for the purpose of lovylng and collaws of this commonwealth now In lecting a tax on property only. Ayos forco which relate and apply to such and Nays being called for resulted as elections. follows; n. F. Rice, Yes; Q. B. Brown. It is resolved and so ordered that Yes; W. S. Dean, Yes; W. C. Daugh-erttho money derived from tho taxes so Yes; B. C. Rhoads, Yes; G W. levied aud collected shall bo used, Rowe, No; Sam L. Stevens, Absent; expended and applied la each and sev-or- al of the respective magisterial dis- - Ed Shown, Yes. Whereupon th? iuo- trlcts of the county where said taxes tlon was declared carrlod and so bo-fo- re y, Money l & 0 0 l & & t ..r. .:. & ? 0 0 m Report of tho Condition of the Rockport Deposit Bank doing business at tho town or Rock-porCounty of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on June 25, 1919. t, You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitable to be old and poor. Bank your money, save your money, and provide against misfortune and the day of old & b 0 o o t c 0 & 0 o & . ? ? ? age. 0 0 & 0 Resources. $18,113.27 Loans and Discounts Ovordrafts.securod and unC77.C2 secured Stocks, Bonds and other 10,189.44 Securities 3,517.10 Due from Banks 7.2GG.G7 Cash on hand Banking Houso, Furnl- 4,500.00 turo and Fixtures ?74,2G4.10 Liabilities paid In, Capital Stock $ 15,000.00 In cash 5,750.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid . 590.09 Doposits subject $42,910.24 to chock Tlmo Depos9,813.37 its CaMUer's Checks Outstanding $200.40 52,924.01 Total ? i ? 43 Ifr fc BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. J c & i t b ti swoar that tho above statement Is truo to the best of our knowlcdgo and belief. A. D. PARK, Prosldont. ' C. II. FRAIM, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 3rd day of July, 1919. My Commission Expires April 22, 1922. L. T. REID, Notary Public. Correct Attest: C. H. FRAIM, Directors. urocured 0 c get your tax bill whllo It may at cost. bo S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff of Ohio County. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Whllo tho law requires all taxpaycomo to our offlco and glvo a completo list of all their taxable prop . erty, we will for the convenience of thoso In remote districts, visit their respective voting places, as por future ndvortlsomeuts. Total J74.264.10 Watch for tho notlco. TAXES DUE. State of Kentucky,) )Sct. D. E. WARD, State. County and Common 'school " Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. tax bills, for tho present year havo County of Ohio, ) We, Dr. A. D. Park aud C. H. beon placed in my hands for collec.,. Cull on Tho Rim1,ii.... . Fralin, President and Casuior of the tion Cash Is needed with which to "" r 1lua and Job Printing. Bank, do solemnly pay running expenses. Como abovo named ers to