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WILSON AND SENATE LEADERS IN CLASH flfliul ji-oi- Wavtfoxb Mcunblkau DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OE OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAIITFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FHIDAY, JULY 18, 1919. President regarding tho piMce transactions lilrti lie Is m .int. t.liift u ci.n-foren- No. 3 Don Carlos, 1,114 net tonaRe; Toro, 7G tons; the tug Cordillera, 107 tons; t'ti- - STARVED AND BEATEN if i mi f lilntif fit two old hulls; Lima, 2,390 tons; tho IN ARMIES' PRISONS tho LOWERED BY WAR Lonttto nnd the Likata. ( lush, which m.iy assume propor- The Gorman steamer Sals, which .tlons of magnitude, Is looked for was washed ashore and pounded to . when the amended resolution by Seli- of Its crew. Never Again Look For Vic- pieces, lost ten vessels, Including tho ay ntor Lodge on tho question of tho al- - Brutal Assaults Made By President Asked To Soven other leged sei.rot tnaty between Japan ami Arrogant Officers No torian Ideal, London Bare Secrets Of steamer Tanls, of C.000 tons, were reGermany i imiii' before tln Senal ported lost In dispatches received Press Is Told . Provocation Conference Senator Lodge Intends to call up this Saturday and yesterday. Ah amende resolution p by the rmniltlee ll not only ;imI;r for COMMISSIOXKR WILHY'S , a treaty, hut demands I London, July 12 Considerable I'pon the n:i)i:icAL iioad ri.pokt V.. hlngloii. July "l lf "Infonnatlon concerning A Washington, July in Six fonnor- LINCOLN'S CHAIR I.NTI.ItS space and comniont Is bolng taken In further itn'i l an soldiers testifying today boinn Men or the rlulit of the ITphIiIimiI "" INK) MARITAL DISI'L'Ti: tho London picas regarding Knp loiKed within his own luluil ""' negotiations between Japan and, fine a speilul Houhc committee In- Hodman Wllev ti nn isslmiir of tho .. ll. German) dining the progress of llio ostlKtIiiK alleged ciuplitles to mill-- ii Ill I W...I.-- .. i"loveied standard of morals" lausod Till 111 11 t.in ti r ill tin uret history of tho pence SprlngfMd, 111, July 12. George ,,.. .. ' ,. .., ...., nr tar prisoners In Trance declared that -. ...... h..iuij,, ,,. jtiuj mil ,.,.-- . iMiniuih r, iliI VS W U(iaiil ir i t'll i ii mi has nrlnen the first clnnh W!ir ..v iiivj U. lAnyil (i ?is Abrnlnm Lincoln's old i iiih ameiiiiiiieni was imi. in ny n. n printed a symposium of views on the oral Highway shows that ho first merciless assumis were lommltleil lui u the adinlnlHtrntlon .mil the tllHlr' "liu, i,n" l'""pnted to the lat- - IllaUer. by the without provocation on the prisoners MoCuuibir, and adopted recommends or designates tho Pleas- I'linlKii Relation Committee 1.1 n.i "1"nl""t fr,Ic"'1 ,l,d1,"Jnlm' 1:i " a wlu vi.ti .1 h arrogant officers In .barge of the te Mr Justice Darling said: "In noth- - ant Kldgo route as flr.si of import i. ,j nltv of the uiminltten Imliiv " ' Jury J" '1' Court declares lit. .1.,.n tnv...nll mc . id.. I .ill the information In tho ... It oxiliilnI that It Is Intend, d hy p.Uons and ..eamps . Onl one . of the TllflV MfllllPfl .1 flfritUtlfl I IfltH nun .IllV ll n; ,K(S t .. wnf IIUIIU ......... !...... ni.nn llin .till 1, uii ...... ili IIIU ll.tlill . ,.. tlutii In tho relaxation on HIUIU part of rail, t.ne Nuckols routej M or LIMI --" "",, aiiieniimeiu id open up r" weoie w i mosses, an or. wiiom wero charged li nt . possexHlou ahout I'rc i the these third '"- - '.'-- ' .un i lW(.melli TnlB llas now reacIl,.,i n!Hls climate of coit, wns for last helng ahsent without leave, was ""' Mir. iluoHtlon nt the leal relntloiHhip .il.l..lu tho (III.. III.J.II-- . r. . ,.,, , ., . . ... i w n wan .. '(i.i.i. Inlml ,1... fit!..... 1. . I .. . l.n.... .. i .. . I .. Statu ' uic cn-ilasiiioneil out or elki,.,. .. . I. It. nil ntt.l l!tll ttt'ttl .' " "- me awaru or ine " ui uu seen in a wane luus.int itiogo rouie, in unio )un iui"i, in-i'""". r,.n, .,,.!.. rir L.tntto ,i ' The rfLMldent Indhateil in his talk (iiltted or tho charge dimnlssed. HIu'iIiiiik I'enlnsuJa to Japan niadii. Lincoln the prlcd article to his ,ho 'The Ilastile," "the Stockade is li into ilm'i K,...r..t..rv I.....hI..l'. with Senator llltchcixk that his st.Ue- wUh o .ml their route. 12.( miles. 328.o..: tho N..c It 1l. .. .. .1 I, ,.. U.tt. tnl.il .....1 . l.n. mill Clntllla it'", iiiiw h tj ll, n, inuj i, ,11111 ) 1IU11 mothers were." ment of a few das ago had heon nils- - ("I'rLson Tarin No n Cieni r.il Illl-- s .mil llenf White pro- route. It1 i.illcs. S2!iS.- lO llisagroe 111 1110 ulu l,'" "k " 'eiti d on liehalf of the American dele iinilnr .il.iinlllinlhe.Uilliiitliie.nl Hntnl" nisi, bimm nv ll... "I.rl.r I." tinr if "Broeil inppincss a wran- - Mr. Justlco Darling's iews wero 000 and from Hartford to Duller "..mi It I , "H ' wl(leIy ,ilscllssed " tlie(were tho places nuiued hy the wltnes- ,. 1.9 niiit-- JJir.,000. I jestcrday. "Wo County Vitn.ti at IMrls against It? (leelopcd . The must 110or agnln exnect , "" 1" imlttce at tho Capitol and he ses as tho .scene of the alleged cruel- - K 'this estimate Is anything like Si .mil Is It true that Japan en- -' hae 0'c'"'"tj c""n "C""" 'c"' On the umtrary, ties, which were said to have cteniled Vlctorian respettahility," said Dr. 'tho road built, and surfaced with tirul into . i se.ret treaty with (ler- Senator over seeral lilolithb In 10 IS Some 'Maiy Scharlleh. "The daughter lives 'l.iotal. 1G feet wide woilil co-.- t ap- in.in for tin ii.irtitiiin of UiimmIii unit lint I'reHl.lent lufornied ADY ."MACtWltKLS today in a ery different world from proximately $531,000. uhit wen the real relations hetween Hitt In tick he will he entirel willing of the olllcers In charge or the pri.ion had heen convict-- j ..' wc-- understam1 tne mattr, this Japan mil Oernianx during the war.' '" n,iv'' "u' omtnittoo lslt him atanips, it was rciow of 20 charter members of that in which her mother existed. ed by court martial, and others wero proviueu iwoni , ,., . s'e surrounded by far moro temp means that tho subscription Third Win Ik Nicaragua permit- - lllL' " '"", awaiting trial. ,., ,,., ,, t.Uions. The telephone, tho motor nni'o must ho u ubleJ. ul to liiade Costa Itlca. and why four ll,,ur's ,""1'1' lK h,'nof.. uin iJttii Lieut "Hard Iloilod Smith, one of l)ri;anliCil ilt jjcHenrv Kv. bv was ...t i Illi. i not permitted to sign l.pciiilor I'ollij. Mrs. 'cin' tno Beneral speeding up of life, li erxallles, Tills statement fiom the Prcnident ,l10 I"son camp orncor. was men- it ii. treatv at r Kilstnam ot Somerset, State a11 (Tte,ltl in ono lllrect'on morally, - DIL Z. II. SIIl'LT.S DKAI) .... .! it . iieiiiieiuij, wiiiiu oiuur.s iiam-T- Commander, assisted by Mrs. Kva L. DHAl'II iw.ih legnrdeil D .some ot tile null- -' lleiii.iinl Iteioiil ot Meeliuss. l "" ",u ht!U un "nmouiaio prosII)ect of tho Present, let us call It, (i.minltloe has under the eon- - leagiui Senators as ,i rovrrsal of poll- - od were Lieutenants Mason and Sul-l- i' Deniictt. of Hartford. Dr. 'A. H. Shults, prominent In tho ration a resolution by Senator o on the lmrt of the President and Hwin. and Scageants Hall, WoUmeyer Mrs Hestham was honor ntiest of "ghtness passing off. Fundamental- Hush. It is tho logical outcome of women medical profesbion in both Daviess loh'i m of C.ilifrula, deiiiHiidlng the eaused Keen disappointment to seei-- , Vn 4"nt tiii.iriiiiwt. H.irtfnni revi..u mli ti i ni,r.iililc record of the meet- - al of the Senators who had hoped to' "Mil thfj try the gonoral in charge ,Mg on ,.lgt Tlinra(liiy aml ;avp nu ln. becoming Independent cconomclally 'and Ohio Counties, died at his homo camp?" asked Chairman Royal terestlng Ini- .if the IJIg A in Masonvllle, Monday morning at 10 and the other be able to awk the I'losiilt'iit some "f the talk on the good'of the or- - ri1, ln ,l Ie,,ser 'cRree, politically. John-owho left his seat in Congress ,it,r t0 a I. iners at which the Lengue of questions and enthusiastic bunch B'rl ls lllceti"S "en more on an o'clock, in his office, where ho was wi equality, and that is telling both found by his wife. Tho cause of. i eonslilpred and agreed Senator Kno Indicated that the to servo with the army abroad. of memborx "N"t 'j"1 anono IiohkI," respond- u,lt I1W01I,'l ot ha' that sho his death was carbolic acid," sclf-ad-- 1 T.u- - resolution probably will (ommlltpe will retuse to go to tho ip Mr(J j,miiam js a won,an whose lW's- ministered loitiil bv the committee to- - White louse for the rtmeon that It ed a w ItneKb. efficiency . is an organizer and worker, tollaros badly with her mother. i Wlit'ii Lieut. "Hard Dolled" Smith toppled with those sterling iiualities or oxiectlng a re-- 1 "II 's no Ub, When this country entered tho late would be uudiKullied for the comlt- -' v 'i ii ntrners) practically eon- - tee ' lo go mound to tho back door of was tiled nt Tours earl this year, a ()t a niodil christian woman, places 'v'val f parental control among thoNar Dr. Shults tendered his services The girl will hcnccfoith and was accepted into tho medical ll the time of the committee the White House seeking Informn- - hundred witnesses appeared against hor in the ery front rank as ono of lllasse,. Administration Sena- - tion ' i. ni; jlilin and ho was convicted, testified the orders mou valued and trusted contro1 herbalf. 1 would say further .coips, with the rauk of Catitaln, when 'Sliliiej Kemp, 4 70 W"st One Hundred officials .r nt Iv irflwtlnK the I'resl- Wo welcome her to our cltv ",nt Ir- - Jutico Darling has proba-- , discharged some threo months ago hlv uttered his dictum as a result of his phvsical condition was somewhat n position In the matter, and Kortv-sKt- li street. N. V. City, at any time, HUNS TO MAKE PLEA who was a corporal with Company i a walk down tho Strand. Dut let us Impaired and whilo looking after a opposed all the attempts largo practice his health 102nd Hngineers, 27th Division. he Republican nnjorlty becamo WILSON'S VETO HOLDS tease to compaic ourselves with tho- v. We are worse and betorse and finally resulted In a nerv-te- r. iMctoii.nib. ti. . II of secroej torn asiile Allies i:jiei I 's (I'eim.mv T sk I'or "Flftj witnesses whom I can name K.ii-er' Hetiiiu ' ous broakdown and a bovero state of will verify every thing siid here, and ).j..1( Dill th iniiimittee might know the :i Voters Of Links ' i iv of all the peace con- "Why" said Lady melancholia, which accounts Tor his ii ten more, too, asserteu ivemp I.is.is;e Over Veto. ' doesn't Mr. Justice Darling confin Ilerlin. July - The TaReblatt savs it 1. untimely end. ti i'i- - i. Hulls Several of the noldlers testified that the allied and aoilnted pow- tlt,jit0n to being beaten, food in Washington, July 1 1. Ropoal ot his reinaiks to men? 1 am tired of Dr. "Zeb" Shults, as his many Ti po HI. hi taken by the Demo- ill), rs ot the committee is eis will not ask Holland to give up men down tho mall amounts and of poor quality t) called him, di licltt savlncs law beciine i The open, unrestrainedlaw Tor women ' Triends hero usually Ohio county, was Hi t th. loiiniittteo has no right to In- - former emperor Wllliiim for trial, but was su,n,i0,i a,i that tho bedding pleasure quest born and reared in and dead Issue for the pie.e:it. at leas, is far loss haimful morally eanio from one of tho largest end iUl'e Into nn of the , reasons which vl" request iiernian.v to ut maun mini V!ls . ,001 sometimes tho mattret-- be- - ' , tho failuio of the house today to of , ,. , , I lllll Jl f litilflmt oiinKiit f.nmt .if t nn .. lirtit I ntii n fmillllna (n ..., r. imntfnn .. ... ...., Bt.uu, an hi uu- - iiuiiiiioii oi speciiic jirovi- - -lliill.in.l Hi.it- l.n he ilpllvere.l 1111 Kiinii. .....-- in iiuiu uiiiier a small ;eni. uiK pass the agricultural bill over Pros!- - "" torday of the Victorians. a prisoner was Mulling .mil an They contend that procedure, the newspaper adds, will, ou can ho was ery generally known and tin Inthetreatv dent Wilsou'.s veto Tho M.to was In legard to tho tier- - mi,r SilJS -- Take that smile off, or I ifo b' what ou seo 'm,t nA information In the possession of '" taken tho held in 1. gh estcpm by all who know 2 17 to Is , ji,. A u jiendleburg, 1401 Last ..,.... 135. proponents of .epeal mus- - suriace. In any case, I always look him. Heforo he entered tho medical the President ... ,i. umlldentlal and ,ll',n Mnteaniuii who lieu to nouirai i.,. than on countiies It s:is 1G7 jiersons will r.iyetto street, ltaltlniore. who served tho views of a judgo as warped." pi ofesslon ho served this county In tho should not be Inquired into d j majority. the required Avva.v I'roin I'nidery. capacity of Superintendent of Com- ,l!tn jiase Hospital 42 testified. The Republicans lontend that the be asked for. Including several The agiicultural bll. will be p.i's- ir,.. i.ii.iii rn.ni in p.iru .w '. .1., i,.,.,... ,. oiuiniinders ami i)i. v on iienimanii- ,. ... "I think" said M rs. Clara llutt, "wo mon Schools, d t.u llolwei: .mil tho loriner illi perm iW;V',""Kj'-n,owith the repeal rider eliminated i... . inn., .., ...... , !, ,.,..,. ...v .... .....i oLi.t-- , ,.. ,. ,,. ' ... ..... .....,., .,....i-m..ful ,. ,.v,.. nffnrt t.nnlrl 'are getting away t .. ,,, nanceiior, or. Allien iiniiuerin.inn, ..Dj,j 0 get (Imt fncer's name?" , Prudery false, half tho tlm n by to the homo of his father-in-laconference and that the Foreign Rela- oa ,,, wtlnn, tn . .... . ns li mi .lniiliteilv " irettlnir nseil In Kenlnp hnniiiv frr .Tnilirn .1. P Sandcfur, of this placo, llmw CniiiMillloi. I nut liiiiiml t rn. t forclgIt minister ailll Or. Karl lOU- - .iSl.P,l !i.iiri.si.nt.itUi Plnnil. nomn. . .. w... D S ' " spii.i...to lit I) speit any coiifldemoth.it may exist rrl1'"- - lormer secretary oi liuerioor crat Virginia. i,i i,. i. .1,. r. ,..,,, beauty's sake not tor any othor mo. v hero s hort services wero held, after j ' Which int erment took place at noon ,,,,.. ' ,n , "I'm too sorry I did not tako his ,T V between him and other'paVtie.s to tho '""' xl,e chancellor. .i'tive." ,w Meniia Wants Infoi'iuatlou , , 'name." answered Mondleburg. .. . conferento They assert the constl-- 1 i, ,,i ... ' '.'What Mr. Justlco Darling saysox-is. Tuesday, ln Oakwood. Dr. Shultz ' " Vienna, July 1 1. Tho allied and -, Is only too true," was the view .' survived by his wife, who was When telling of poor food, Mondlo- tutlonal right of the committee to In- 10 hurg said that "If jou asked for tin , V quire Into the reasons for any pro- - i"sJfiai utj powers, atcorniut, ., o.w...i,n nnini pressed at a famous women's as- - formerly Miss Rachel Sandefur, and a .u,,i,. fcoc,atlon. )UncC(j vision In the tieaty regarding which Vi'"n newspapers, will demand tho t,xtra pjtlc0 ot orea,i )l)U ttol0 tlat cm "The war has entirely .host of other relntlves. tho 'rCsult amid tho an- oxti.ulition ot Count Leopold von JOiir back." m j Meals, ho and others 'V!' they may desire Information ()f sunnortors of tho dnvlight 'clmKel tho former reserved attitude , The majority members of the com- - Heielitold and Count Cernln, both said, consisted of a stew, made from '..K3 mw tho liill wis icforrcd "f young women toward tho opposite SIOL'.Y INDIAN CODH ON si"..u.-- . .............. ! .....H.. ca,UKMj ,eer, ono slice of bread and iphasUed their heller in the """-- ' TKLLI'IIONL FOOLL'l) HUNS mittec agricultural commltteo. scx' Mucn r tno lrei,c,t laxity Is n,i"i,t,rs. This is for tho pi.rp.iso of part of a cup or coffee. Sometimes 1jkK q u10moet If soundness of this view bj passing tho ii'blv tomuri ov' ""apstIonably duo to young girls .im, will mol prooxtot.t to rir,nk- - lryono is far too Decatur, 111.. July 12. Thero was ( VaFollotto ""solution regarding Costa i.siortulnlng the what was due tho thnr- ,mlv tho 8tow wns 80ne,i. report tho tne ""ligation of to war d ...,..!..., with ,, nowadays for any decent lone code Fritz never got onto in , t'harles Goldberg, 1120 Central li Rica, the Lodge resolution asking tor ...... 'mural tono to win tliruuch. If things 'Franco. That was tho Sioux, l'rl- I'ark West. N. Y. City, a corporal In i... tho truth about the alleged seciet l1"""' llccauso or tho lions1 arlion the Company G., USth Infantry. :ird Dlvl- well, vato John Leas, Just home from treity between Japan and Get many - K" on ns tllcy aro nt l'rcso,,t sonato ttjn not jia0 tha oppoitunlmill (lie Unr.ili remiliitl.iii Itiiinlrliii' t'llltlhTLW ltlltl.ll .sum, sain inai wnuo at ino "jing" piaco man Jieav-- r lance, ions oi u t tQ attempt, passage of Mm bill lao wluln ol "iioiuer w .. w K.w.nltp.l .1,,..,, I,.. .S( HUllli .VMULI.VI IU.N l, ,,ffl,.,. on will soparato the onion of y "A good many German spies got about the leported juotests of three ovut tho pies'dont's , I., nnd ono of his teeth knocked out ... (111. III!oi. t I.. I..... bad as they aro as a whole, from the over Into tho Allied lino," said Leas, membeis ot the Americiiu peace dele- nl. .. . .. . .... .... . ... . .. l U ...U.III. IlllllKIt Vllllt .1..1 till. wnnsuau uimo W,n j,0 refused to surrender his , .,.,,,,, J" ,,,1, idnughteis or ,,, who was in charge of a communicatgitlon against tho Shantung ileclslun.' "t,B a.".!.1 """;' " , ing battery "and there was some tap-pl- ug Tho vote on tho llorah ...solution was School Association will convene hum InolIoy ,,oIt. nnmlni! a blackjaik, ' , An Jnteiesting inogr.un has tho offlcei and Goldberg tought a fovv it to 4. and on tho Lodge resolution ;t,0(l(),(l()0 l)ISCHAR(.i:i) of linos and listening in by Ger- ..... .. 'i.s?rI(.ts ' 1". to ". Senatois FROM AR.MV 1IV .IL'LV 10 man agents who undeistood Kngllsh Hitchcock and ''eon anangud tor this session which 'mimtei, i,,,, tho Vjtm.s8 said ho was at UiIlO A. M. State forced fo sitnondor because or tho py'l IIIANS VIS1 'porfectly. Wo got around that In a Svvanson, leaders of the admlnlstra- n:i IIY oarsio will no 1MU j,0 Buffcrocl fiom blows cm tho, Washltigtn, July 14. DomobllUu- - clevor way. Wo put SIoiik Indians on Hon fight for tho league, voting "no." worker, Uiaiios (Sit VM) I.OIXJH OI'KlCHItS piosuni. .vir. uas. u. vviiiiaius is .irllls lion is pi oceodtng at a rato of more the telephones to send and rcccivo l'..s Iteiiublle.nis. . -. ..1. ... ....... .if . 1. ...nlnll.... .....1 ..lit , .. ' i ""-"l'nul lloggs.uaiilwin, N Y. .llStlil Tho Local Lodi'o, Knights of than 10,000 men per day and tho t3- - ordors. Senator Johnson , ciuinented upon il'leld Signal llnttnllon, said mon at Pvihl.is was visited bv Gi.ind Chan- - tal should pas tho 11,000,000 mark1 "IJmp glump hoosha moo chunk" tho situation in the commltteo In tho losuu. . ,n.... 1 'llin -I firm Wrtin tiflpti b. .iniiprv tli.it ctMitu ., "iiiiuuiitiui- , ijiiu. .j. iiuiiui nun nil nr linfore .Inlv -- fl. A- Wnr lleiLirt. nil lti.ll. 111 unulil rone.it over Hie tnln- i 11....... .....i . . follm In language y toport they wore "glad to cnl dirty potato nratid Keonor of Records and Seal. showed 2.S47.GSG phono, moaning In Ing up n battery of 'Theielsu fund.uiiunt.il difference COAST .STKIKU Ls i!(0VINCi SL'IMOrs pealiugs " He said that ho cilppnd j between tho Demociats anil tho Ho- -. Carter, at Its tegular sowiion, olllcers and mon discharged, with 75's. "Og gog pom began caelum rakok i lineup In a swill bair.'l so as to set Tue.day camps yet to bo heard trom publicans on the committee The, night. Quito a large nnni-!"i- o Now Yoik, July 15. Capt. Frank so no greaue that ho woirl eat "with )er oro ju attendenco have bogun to show tho would como tho ready ansvvor, which Democrats take the position that any- 'Ihiuo thing which tiausidred at tho peace S Funis, managing agent lor tho .'. lollsh." 'dldutes woro provou in tho tank of 'Impetus of tho department's ndvor- - might moan thoy'ro starting; will bo "Instead of giving a command, it osuulro. Offlcors elect woro Install- - tislug campaign. Tho total Is now thuro In Hvo nilnutos. conlcience leading up to tho adoption I'nltod States Shipping Hoard in this "I don't know how ii.uch of a tech-th- e chinactoried as a "sorl- - was gcnorally glvon with a club,' d of the tieaty Is conlldontl.il and that city, by tho Grand Chancollor, being 75,000, rotuins fiom July 5 to 12 nlcal war vocabu ary tLoje Sioux had, President bhould not bo asked to ous matter" tho strike ot Marino sorted Hoggs, wno said ho saw at the Ilrst tlnio Hough River Lodgo has Ihavlng been moro than 20,000. but Filtzlo uover got wiso to their tell about it, Tho majoilty of tho workors which has halted much of the loast fifty men bnaten thus been honored. An onjoyablol lingo." commltteo declare that thero can bo coastwise traffic through this port. Alvln Dates, V. Hawthorne street, ovonlng was ploasantly and profitably DI1ATH AND IMSASTKIt IN TORNADO'S WAKI. , no question of conllilence between the nnd which tho loader of the strikers lirooklyn, who wa with tho head bpunt by thoso present. ICHNTl'CKV IS GTVlIN !JHH oa President and tho Foreign Relations declaro Is spreading rapidly. Tho cpui tors troops 2nd Army, said when- Valparaiso. Chllo, July 15 Elghty-govo- n , (..... IN ADVANCH. AR.MV Tltl'l'KS I'Oll ROADS r. ... .it tit li.p tl.i.t lint litI iiLtilimt vt.piit lit itirtlii it.tlntu ... auu..w ...v H. plirlil.- ftvpp 411inrp wnft n fniimil. .... , ,,i nifin SLN'DS COl'l-I. twill. II. ..v.. i, ... w ... t. Inn r,..,- .' . . ...w.w .... 'ir.(..u nt ltik.ua nrn mi t.llllllllllltU Hint l..f I Vl'arls merely as our commissioner and hour day and tho "closed shop." Iloth 'was beaten up ovorv five uiin.ites at persons aro known to have been Noblosvlllo, Intl., July 12. A local drowned, and tho loss of Hfo may Frankfort, Ky.. July 12. One that the committee has tho constltu- - tho Shipping board and the prlvato tho pilson farm Ho and lloggr. tald more army tlonal right to know cvorythlng that ovnors have offered niaturlal wago that a Pole, borvln; In tha American undertaker has recolved a coffin have been much greater, in a hurrl- - hundred and fifty-fiv- e ' army, was boaton and soon afterward which will bo held until tho death cano which swept this port Satur- trucks nro avatlablo for this state. went on thero between him and the Increases. Commissioner Rodman Wiley, of thu Capt. Ferris estimated that ISC the prisoner cut his throat with a ,uf the Rov. Jamos Hill, n retired mill day and Sunday. other commissioners " ltdtnn tlv'lnrv mi Vila ....... ... Mm nnrtli- rourteon vessels of various sizes Department of Public roads will dls- w.. ...a ffttttt In v..w ....,...Senator Knox, former gfcielary of steamships operated by tho board razor ......3 )fito, and attornoy general, made a havo been tied' up by the stilko. Tho "Medical inspection was a faico," em part of tho county. Tho Rov. Mr. wero sunk and about a hundred light-- 1 tribute tho trucks among the various similar ominen holdlnr that tho number of privately owned boats held said Hates, rrtorring to tho farm. Hill had tho coffin inado from n nine ers and other small craft wero des- - counties of the state. Tho addition- old walnut troe, which wasjtrovod Tho proporty loss Is osti- - al tiucks available will give Kentuc- v Mini has tho right tc ask for In port b tho strike is not knowu, "You wont in ono donr and wero planted on his farm hy his grand- - imalted at i$70.000,000 ky 3SS army trucks for road work full Information and that there tan but union loaders claim that 400 kicked out another " I ;iVtno' g the steamers lost wero tho purposes Gere L I'allltto, G15 Walnut bt , ii 'her Lo nothing In the possesion of the ships un. 13,ft0 tueu aro Involved II f.m -- 1 i ti I , prlvnto In Cmpnny M, 113th Infantry, 29 Division, testified that ho Jici .una Known as a "nut patient alter lie had .said that he did not like a nurse." l'nlltto ftlso told of many cruelties In the prison in France, nnd admitted that he was ahscnt without leave, for which lie was sentenced. Tho others said similar charges against them resulted when they wero trying to reach tlnlr units, and they wero nciiultted or tho charge dismissed. Now ark, MORAL STANDARDS 1 'i -- ,,, ,,.. ,,,, "'r fr ", .. .......... th i .... """- ,',,., lllll-W- .- 1 1 1 "" i .,.. i ge T kpls-Hefll- "' -- 1 J li.-c- 1 "". - . ,,.,., ,,..,,,. ..inv--Hi;ti- AM,.in here-to-fo- ro l"" al n, hi j,., . D tin . . 'o i i i i o, -- .. s to-da- y of-su- ". 4. ...-.,- .. I two-thir- c- ,7hof'; -- ......... 1 -- ..., ,,, ,..,. ,,,, li,i 1 ' -- D- ',,.. ",.,.. -- ! ovor-eeito- ! ( to-da- lol''. 111 1 to-da- "'o I "' v j " ... ..... I "1' "' 1 )ut -- 1 ns-ic- .( a I ..t., c mtmammmm me Tho Oram! Jury for the present term of court did exceptionally good work for tho time in iosslon, having adjourned last SaturJny In nil. 1.0 Indictments were returned, several fit which were joint Indiciueuts. The list returned Is ns follows: Dallas Wright and Sherman Ashey, breach of peace. It Is regrettable that a number of to Address all communications 4 William, Henry and Judo Hunter-maKentucky newspapers In reporting tho Republican. Tfc Harifcird Injuring and destroying properIncident of the death of Dr. 55. H. Isiiultz, at Masonvllle, last Monday, ty (trees) of another. simscmiiEKs. Herman Park, deserting Infant notice 'atw.i.til lint'n pnttmi tfinlr Information child. h a manner as to lead one to " Wllllo Oe?ry, deserting Infant WIIKAT! WIIKAT! believe that Dr. Shults took his own child. address n making tho request. 10c life as a result of worry over lack of Business Locals and Notices Charlie Peach, tl'.'sertlng infant The American Cooperative Associa line, and 6c per lino for addition- - ,,rac,lcc an,i financial matters, when tion (Incorporated) will handle wheat really tho children. l Resolutions and Cards xnctly the opposite was 4 )SHiinir.mt Justus Leach, selling and fiunls'i-In- g lor members of the association inu. of Thanks, Gc per lino, money In ad - fuse. Dr. Shultz, as a matter of liquor to another. (all other who care to take advantage man, as course, was not a weamiy vunoe. Addlngtou, suffering a of the proposition. We guarard-Herman you Chrch Notices for services freo, wealth goes these days, but he was nuisance. Gc per lino. tho government price for every bushbet other advertisements, a considerable amount owner of Anonymous communications will the Sam Cook, disturbing public :u- - el of your wheat and n fair grading of farm lands and possessed sufficient seinbly. receive no attention. 'according it. Tovenifcnt h'stim tint's of this world's goods to keep he and With Delco-Liginstalled you can have electric W. K. Decker and Roy Kldor. car- - Wm receive at any point In the connhis most estimable wife In compara- iving a n way property TKLKPHOXliS1. lights permanently located in your house, barn or of another. ty, F. o. H., In car load lots. tive ease during their expected life,1U3 Cumberland J. P. Peyton, carrying- couched For full particulars see S I.. KINC. other buildings bright, safe light, just where you '. . time, to say nothing of his very large 50 tVrttiers, .Mutual deadly weapon. jMiinnger of the A. C. A.. Hartford. Or. practice. and remunerative want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenDouglass, assault and battery. 'jy. Hill o,. y .JULY 18 Shultz was afflicted with an aliment L. L. Newcomb, Sid Smltn nnd . IOJ1DAV. rr ient button. regarded as absolutely Incurable, one Livernioro Timber Co., obstructing? ' POM) ItC.V. almost always resulting in destruction public highway. Delco-Lig- ht Of the patients mental faculties, and ANNOUNCEMENTS L. L. Newcomb and Sid Smith, oh- Sunday school was reorganized at of this fact no one was more fully structing public road. this place Sunday. We hope to have aware, than Dr. Shultz. (We have no You can have electric power to run manv apW. 1). Strnttnn, operating motor a good Sunday school. un-Wc arc authorized to announce I. doubt tho presence of this mental pliances formerly operated by hand, such as the vehicle while Intoxicated. School started at No 19 Monl.i Mason a candidate for Represents- - dcrmiulug at the time of bis lnineii-ttv- e W. I). Stratum, carrying conceal- with .Miss Ruth Godsey. teacher. washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. of Ohio county, subject to tho table death.) We have read tho note ed a deadly weapon. ' Mls.-e-s .Mabel and Kthel Russell An electric operated water system will automatRepublican party at tint the deceased Doctor left, action of tho W. D. Stratum, drawing deadly spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. ically pump and carry the water to the house and primary electiou August 2, 1919. dressed to his wife, and It was Indeed ...ipon on another. 11. Robinson and family and were most pathetic, and very tender to- barn. It will save countless steps. You can have, W. D. Strnttou, breach of pence. accompanied home by them Sunday. We ro authorized to announco ward Mrs. Shults. He said It was if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of a h. 1). Howard, drawing chock withMr. Marvin Ross and sister. Miss George Uaker, of Muhlcnburg county with -- exceeding regret th?t lie took out funds. jNovie, spent Saturday night with bathroom. c. candidate for the nomination for Hie ep. but h- could not heir to Grand Jury's Report. their f.uit. .Mrs. George Henry Ash-bThere are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed bring into her life the certain misery Stat Senator In the 7th Senatorial Ohio Circuit Court. near Central Grove. daily. Delco-Ligbenefits even' member of the composed of tho counties of aiding from the fate In store for him. July Term 1019. district, Mr. No.il Hunter, wife and two family, every day in the year. Mwltlenburg, Butler and- - Ohio, sub- - It isinore than certain that all of the We. the Grand Jury of Ohio conn- - children, returned to their home, in foct to the action of the. Republican !n.v "auers publishing accounts of ty, in regular session assembled, Illinois. Friday. Delco-Lig- ht party at the primary election, August t1"-- ' death of Dr. Shultz, were would respectively report that we Mr. Kverett Hawes, wife and two . Misinformed, or else there would have :!l iai9. have carefully investigated all matRobert and Cartas, of .Simmons ,i: 'been no implication that it was due ters brought before us for considera- 8on. Sunday with Mr. Will Tomer-llspent With electric light and power saving lime each worry. to financial , tion and all matters of which we had nnd family. to. announco We are authorized more productive work can be clone. Work at such knowledge and Information as We had a good rain Tuesday a Cut Dr. T. G. Turner, of , Muhlenburg I.mne Shoulder. night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidlv w ith - noon. we felt would justify ns in lnvetiCounty, as a candidate for the nomi-nati.i- r. This ailment is usually caused by convenient electric lights turning night into day. Mr. Xonh Hackery, wife and chll- tor State Senator in the 7th , rheumatism of the muscle. All that gntiiiK. We beg to report that wo have had dren. of Muhlenberg county, visited district, composed of Is needed is absolute rest and a few Senai.Mial Delco-Lig- ht information from different sources Mr. Zackerly's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coun- applications of Chamberlain a :. that tlie roads and bridges are being II. II. Howeu. ties, subject to the action of the m meat. Try it. neglected, many bridges being in very Mr. and Mr. L. .1. Rolilnso-- i went an Party at the primary oiec-tto- a Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or bad repair. We have also hud com- - to Reaver Dam, Tuesday, on business. to be hold August 2nd., 191 J. A NKW MKTUOD lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a " plaintr that the Fiscal Court has no, OK IINTKRTAlMXt; Doing hard work In a bent or fire. published a financial report for the. re authorized itm announce We stooping position puts a Btitch in tin year 191s and 1919. of). Greenville, Mis Amble Ford entertained her liolcher, Newton We recommend Delco-Lig- ht that the Fiscal ,,ack thilt ls lalnful. If the muscle-Cou- it MKbitmnurg County, .in candidate hou&e party with the time honored become strained, you cant gel take Immediate action to route-j"nv- a for the Republican Nomination for snipe hunt last Wednesday afternoon. dy these matters. We would further rid of It without help. The gre.it Delco-Lig, State Senator in the 7thillstrict, com- - Miss Mary Major Render was given quickly pays for itself through savrecommend that the Fiscal Court penetrating power of RAU.ARD'.S tho sack and was adopt of Hutler. Ohio- tiud Muhlen- - lie honor of holdi.-.potl ing time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It is UNIMRXT will appeal to you some more efficient system of uts nullities, subject to the primary instructed in detail as to the proper working the roads. economical in operation. When ran on kerosoiw it (moat strongly at nuch times, because ,'ieBimii to no held Saturday, August way to hold It and how to whittle We further recommend if these.11 ls thl Vl'r.v 'b'K you need. Price will give practically four time the amount of light game Tho in order to attract the ,!.. 11P. mid M.oo per bottle. Sold matters are not attended to that tlie -- "c per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. of the party beat a retrial by next Grand Jury fully investigate n, 01io County Drug Company. and Mis.; We are always pleased to have our wjy of an automobile and while find who is responsible. Delco-Lig- ht In the hot sun waitHaving performed our duties as we friend conic iu and help us pass a Render was out o jilta-ian- t moments iu these days ing for game that never came, they see them and completed our investi few STRAY STREAKS were joy riding around and laughing temperature, but wo It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipat uuper-heutJgations, do respectfully submit this jJiadJy ask that they KNOCK before up their sleeves at hor plight. report. ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. (Hy Fluko McFIuke.) Hut contrary to the old custom coming inJ. H. DAVIS, Foreman.' The Delco-LigPower Stand is a portable electhey did not leave Ml is Rendo oi T. F. TANNKR, Clerk. llarve Slieftleld says the tughest tric motor that will operate any make of churn, septo eomo Iu alone but condescended to lt this League of Nations don't feature in being sick, is when a friend an hour and arator or other appliance. It is attached by means .Ko) the world out of war any better go around in about empty snipe belli drops In and offers you a nice mellow bag. bring ot pulleys that are adjustable to anv shaft and which than Wilson kept the U. S. A. out of her they in tho swig of and when the found her she was thorFOR FLETCHER'S war, after his election, It won't When will operate at the proper speed. ailvlslbillty of taking it Is put up to oughly dlygusted with bunting in f simoon! to much.i If adopted, we your doctor, ami when Hie aforesaid general and with snipe hunting In . a httpu the league will do better. lilame doctor says it might not be particular. QCAIXTIK'S sgi'iits. good for the sick man but fine for OHIO COUNTY USERS Miss Render threatens to bring Tbfue seems to be quite a bit of tlio physician, as he greedily gulps the wrath of the Gods down on the Mr. and Mrs. A. Mutt left Tuesday rigjulltil Mirprise expressed In iiomo parson's head who is so unfortunate for a visit with friends in Colorado. It down. Then it is, Harvesays, that i'i:o. a. iuit.i:s democratic quarters that Senator as to all Dr.'s look liko humbugs, snares har.Mng to hei. mention .snipe i. a. r.i,imi:u, Miss Winona Stevens is In Louis- and delusions. linrab served on tho Senatorial is l.KO.VAKO lt..l).l,li ville, the guest of Miss Artie May. to welcome the President on to beware and don't tell her this rjieech-iniiklii- g to 'the C. S. n print. Miss Fern Curtis, of Kvansvlllo, visit ills Something went wrong with Joe , Ind.. is visiting hor fathor, Mr. J. 10. Tute's plpoH about his soft drink Sanalr Curtis, tills weok. fountain tho other day and ho had to IVr-jOT-fl? Goodln and children, II fhe Grand Jury slmuia 'u.lict A . of Mrs. A. V. Mo., arrived hero Sun- got wrenches &c, and go into It. lie I V8TyM'ly in Ohllo county who fails J Charleston, stated that lie found one or two good day to spond soveral woeks with Mrs. drinks frozen up In the pipes, hut IWp'TTjC1 to perform their proper duty with Incorporated. VTli.Uw Lb Goodiii'b paruuts, Capt. and .Mr. S. Albert Rial says tl wire's no truth iu tltyiit. e to road working, the Com- : Agent onvuvlih would be forced io take mated tniiRiie, bat iC. Cox. A )lfld BEAVER DAM, KY. Joe's statement because the old foun Mm. Josio Duke and Miss Vema tain's toiiiperaturo - chaoK of venue iu order to'obtuln taite in thfc lutut'.i, languor mid debilitvt, is always high aro usiflly Hike, of Dundee, spunt the firut jury ti try many eases.'. ofm,,,,, t j,,mr yeast nnd ralso light- si gnu tuat Vii'H whi'V liore with relntlvei brrrul. ...ioa JIA1U Cooiv, Ot .uOrK.'lUOWU. If Ohio County kitjis ' up her I.Ol ISVH.l.i: .MAKKKTS In almost every litoF. hero, the guoat ipent thy wook-onor rather joe wlth-n- i neighborhood, mid Now that It has been demonstrated sayi: .i wjr. l'o'le should kmiw what to , j a yyntein of road working and by investigation that buttermilk con:ti "Tho liver t of Mr. ShearroH. Jul 17 Ciilvo drppeil $1.00, hox llko circumstance: ' ' ii;r,Ai jf Mr. .1. II. II. Canton spout thu flrttt tains one jier cent. If not more, of a few year loiigWuhe will liowed n teudoncy to weukuoMs, whllo of this wouk in Louisville, on not bimiI tt chluejie wall M.luwp out ' 8conuor..-ialcohol, it will Just about be my fate Savannah '"W luinbs and cattle were steady. h i Savannah, M Oct. ':' i iiuportanco ininjiTK and visitors from nelt;h-:tl0- 3 I that Urn. lioh Ilunuott and Kunso loic Hogs Hunt ?.:i.r; 10 to 105 "I uo.l a bottle of ouutlejt, except Ihif sneak in Mil Vora Froemau of lUrrlsburg, .Martin won't bavo no more to spare Chamberlain' Li&tW pound $L'1.::G; pounils down, (ollc nnd Diarrhoea Bi- Ark., Ik the guoBt of MIbh Leila Olonn. iUi thus we do without. ' the o:u pis and cow path they will Itemedy W ii e b n 10.::r,; tbrowoutu $19.85, down. nlneyoure ngo and It cured mo about .irii)y try to trots our borders Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Duke, city, Mr of f,u heavy Htenr $ lit. 00 (dysuntury.) Cattle l'rlmo 1 ila and Mr. Ilonry Joh.ison and family.! Ullll,lu.r nUne charge Hint tho utuff we've i:i.5U; heavy shipping $li!M:i; of the mmu complaint of I.ouUvlllo, motored to Sulphur i,,,,,,, ,lVnj( Kd k. Lem ii'itV.e that Prchident Wilaon s some threo or dollar and medium 1UM2; light Slo.r,o?( 11 ; lour year uKo and few doses of thM lneKt rind. J. Ham Lewis mty if cents a mouth for ha li m ' are H'Tiium. Sunday, whero they npunt (ghty-flv- e uliicu rat heifer $l 12.511; fat cow $8.50 iHinedy cured me. tIiU lu'- ,WVo Situte turns ilowu the peace as distilled and fernionted. but 1 do fti n ei.ake's vcuoin. ity or leugue of iiutions, he, Wll-- i Misses Hettle and Ituth Itlb-y- , No- - ciHn, that it bus been sour atuff with ffU.nii; mediuni $0. 5041 S. 50; mit-t- meailojl Chamberlain' Ti.l- lirtr nets ui c imanl over our Colic and nnd cannons, $5$) 0.50; bull $7 .'i KIllu,ly , ,, v ; lie u eaudid.ai- for president siitiii" 'it tie eind 'M and nne ijiuck nnci .Mr, i. it. hiuck uiki which to make coffee unci batho in. ()f Ji y.f0; coiiunou to choice milcli vow sluco I flrt ued it." little MlMOfi Lola Oonuva llluck and Can't kelp but think that It tl.i-- iroin the uuiaul ciiou'ation. , ..ii. 95.00. $50 A hlockake iu thf irtacUrw piles Kinily Fair ltlloy wont to Dawson n more than that ola time, trGf When Mr. nnd Mr. C. O. "Mutt" Cuivub Host veals flCSuff 17; If Spring Monduy, nhoro they will eatea atory of "The big black a heavy burden uion tho liver. DISSOM'Tlo.v MiTiei.' muke that visit to Salt Lako medium $ll(Jf 11; common $0(11. A n mooting 0f lieitf ill como and get you it you tha intestines nre ehokod or clogged main for two wooks. ;Clty jtH H Um to one shot that Mrs. tho stockholder Lamb Choice $1G$M7; seconds of the t:p, tho circulation ot the blood b gixMl." Hon. Hon D. IUngo, of Frankfort, .Hunter keep both of her good weath .armer'H Hi, m,1r , $12.00; culls $8 010. Hest fat owe U'comus jKiisoned and the system is attotidlng court hero this weok, er oyos on Mutt no long na they ro- - $7.50; buck $5.50 down; medium I'"")- of (Tentortown. oiil,, County V.V.. hold on K tne nraiuMcd 2o cent road tax becomes loaded with toxic waste, Juno 27. 1919. main in tho meccn of the moriunns. und common sheep $1!4, ('Alt TL'ltNS TUltTLi:. meoU,,gowncrofamaJorlt; which irrittj it Hittmm that a person who Is nnd we suffer from headache, IJnfavoriuilo crop reports, sent tho $1.mi() over and ahovo hU ox- - low -- coated tongue, bad taste in Miss Alllu Hello Alien, of Chicago, up from ',& to A car driven by Mr. Sam Hennott, arrived horo, Wednesday, to spund market on future corn oMotuitiK. subject to local taxation, ' mouth, nausea, or gas, acid il- to tho cents, and oat mi -vpay Si'.oo per year for five jiepsia, languor, debility, yellow skin of Narrows, in which wore l'rof. soveral weeks with hor sister vMrs. highest point reached this season. should Claud Shultz, Mr. Joo Shultz, Mrs. T. Jno. n. Wilson. ytar, ut at you u, a total of $10.00. or eyes. At mu'h times one l'rovistous showed a decline of 15 bo brought Wnlu prent arrangenients tho Stuto take castor oi! or a pleasant laxa-ua- Loyd and Mrs. Danlul, all from Narcent to 5 cents gain, nut loss of 10c. May-sk- u rows, turned turtle ou tho Hartford-Owonsbor- o NOTICK FBtleial GovornntentK add to this , tivc. Such u one is made of dissolution i horeby Klvon loveo last Monday afterI will not be responsible for any accorilunco therewith 15.0". You simply pay $10.00 apple, leave3 of aloe and jalap, put All Mrs. Hums' letter. inIndolitofl to the afore noon. dubt or contract made or entered "r!onaJl form by Doctor a? tbw $25.00 spoilt on the road into ready-to-us- o i Hero iu a lettor that is certain to Tho party wore In route to Mnuon-vlll- o to by my wlfo, Itosa IJ. Hare. tiunaKh your community. If that pierce, nearly fifty years ago, and provo ot interest to people in this when tho accident occured. This. July 9. 1919 druggists JU rort t an arnniK' ment lookj llko a goJJ for o;, t(.ntu by ?'ny,"r- - President. Mr Hunctt In eudeavoring to go J. W DAKE. Hartford, Ky, vlcl'ilty, as c.isej of this sort occur 1'cHtt.i. gri i 'i ) .ijoss propnum to you, you r)r, I'iera'j W.;-...:- .'. "evBm4v,Sccpo,nw ! ought to voic nnu worn mr u. n It docs not look good,, you ought to t- -j jlic against it. Tho man who profes- isea to do anything nt all, and falls to Publlshed Weekly liy EIARIVOKO IUUNTINO COMPANY receive more than his $10.00 hack for honest services performed while Incorporated (the roads are hulldlng. to say ncthlng of the advantages to tho community, tt. S. T1NSI.KV, Ktlltor ought to move out and turn his prop- fltvl llnslness Manager. crty over to some blind I'lstllule 'o look after. Entered according to law at tho m Ptwtofflce, Hartford, Ky., ns mall I I'NSUIM'OHTKn STATKMKXTS oiaUvr ft th5 second class. Tho Hartford Republican ' GRAND JURY QUITS I'etlirn J 'JO IndlelmciitH-Speci- al -- Makes a Itcport. n, CSiSlWrt'hVffl ''S'rta, lr to a mud hole- miscalculated tho width of tho levee, duq to tho high weeds growing on either sldo of tho road, and tho front wheel of tho car slipped over tho embankment nnd the momentum of tho enr throw It over beforo It could bo stopped, Fortunately n telephone polo happened to be In tho path of tho falling car, nnd on Its first flip tho car lodged against tho pole, which held tho weight of tho car off of tho occupants. Tho party suffered n sevoro shako-up- , otherwise they escaped, uninjured. The windshield and tho top of tho car were torn away and tho fend-er- a were badly smnshed but the body was not damaged nnd they righted the car and continued on their Journey. around Delco -Li got Brings City Conveniences to The i : Country Home aiat. I J ht ........... - , Saves Time and Labor S. ad-fJ- -. ht Increases Farm Efficiency . n d-y- Ro-nn- Lessens Fire Hazards ; I ' Is Economcial ht itt i '' rc The Power Stand cl - ht Children Ory CASTOR d, coni-wltt- tc ' pxori I Bearer Dam Planing Mill Company IVho''" ff t,; ,).ui btw. -- oo, il ri Jr l, a-- . -0 ,!( dr-idl- or ,.,. i . 1 - Vfl!-beins- , s lg 4at - yel-Tve- dys-MQ- kt odaiidrniSel,;:;!:; U j.i, ,0;S; , ,- Ja . . X. ; i Miss Ethel Hlnkloy returned Mon- i'iSliMS U i. vtmvAxv m.u.'i'u . iaaa--.-day from n fow days visit with her statement o.v prk i:s I mint, Mm. Fortney, of Central City. 1 hnvo hnnl soino complaint nlioi.t Mm. A. V. Goodln, of Charleston, tho quantity of loo that you have heen Cream-BuyinMo., accompanied liy her children, getting. Informed my Jiutonicri n Myrtle, Vernon nnd Snin Cox, la visit tlio !)cr,iiiiiiiiK of tho season that ing her parents, Cnpt. nnd Mrs. S. K. would sell ico nt tho snmo price ns Cox. Inst season, eighty cents blocked out or $1.00 weighed out. I havo kept Quo of the hottest months of the year is July, Dr. and Mm, Stewart Cannon, of my prom!.-.- - on my own manufacture, Dexter, Mo., returned to their homo but ns to car Ico I can not weigh it naturally everybody wants comfort. We are preyesterday, after spending n fow days out at one cent per pound. You nro here, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. nil well aw.tro of tho fact that I havo pared to furnish the HEAL THING: Our stock of Martin. gono.to a very heavy oxpcnsj since mid-summ- er wash materials is yet in fine condition, Inst BcuHo.i in constructing a cold Messrs. Sam Dennett, Dob, Joe and storage. now havo n storage capacijind is augmented every week by the very newest maI'rof. Claud Shultz, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. ty of 125 tons which means little ; terials out. I.oyil nnd Mrs. Ituth Daniel, of Nar- butter thin r, car loads. I thought By the Kentucky Creameries, in cqnneetipn with rows, were In town Tuesday, to at- nt tho beginning of tho season that I tend tho burial of Dr. '.. II. Shultz. had plonty of ico to bridge mo over their Poultry and Egg business. We want to' buy without ordering any cars. Six car Lost Child's preen Cream, can pay you one-thir- d cloak and loads n siason above the cnindtv of more on the pound for black hood, on road between Hcavor jthe plant, has supplied Cream than you have been getting for buttei and you warn .inn uiimii nci-onouso. Jie-idemands. Know iik that I was turn to or noiuy not going to havo enough ico in get out of the hard work of churning. We have two MltS. II. H. CARTER, storage, nfier I had pulled all tho Ice rancy Voils, latest designs, plain and fancy Or-- $ rut2p McIIcnry. from ono storngo room, I commenced receiving clays in a week for. Cream, eveiy Tuesday gaudies, polka dot and floral pattern Lawns,,Silks, j to ordering cars tho first of July. -, Mr. Sam Paris, who and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each When Crepe de Chine, Georgette Cre)e, Wash Silks, Wash 1 sided near here, but for formclry re- jn,y I had nt least 80 tons of Ico of a number ot own manufacture In storage, 1 years past nrusldent of Colo., and 'I have week. Some people don't' understand how to hanSatins. been carrying this SO miiin i id, jui is visiting menus tons to bridge over tho nromls- dle Cream, they think it must be sweet before we and relatives hero and at other points ed Ice famine In tho hot In the county. month of August. There was an Ico will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit famine last season In tho month of! Ready-to-We- ar For Sale One largo, two story, August. Vo are sure to havo a to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in frame building, as It stands, to bo this year If this hot weather torn down by August 1st For person and our manager will explain to you how you in fact there Is almost n tlculnrs call or sea famine now. I can not get a car of Sure we can please you in a white wash Skirt. HENRY NALL. can make money with less work. Ico short of Henderson or Evansvllle. Hartford, ICy Tho last car I got out of Hendorsn Our line is complete in wash waists, Georgette waists I had to place my order a week beCrepe de Chine waists. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Reed nnd two fore hand. I havo been ordering children, of Coal Creek, Tenn., are these cars, purely to accomodate the For house wear see our line of Bungalow guests of Mrs. Reed's mother and people, and to avoid an Ice famine In sister, Mrs. J. 1. Morton and Mrs. J. Hartford, If possible. I have lost Aprons, Gingham Dresses, etc. O. Keown. Mr. Reed and family money on every car I havo ordered Don't worry in hot weather, it's really dangermotored through. this season. Havo received 4 cars Owned and Operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated, Branch Homo, ous. Sec the above lines, and you will frown less this season and I know that tho 4 ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mr. T. II. Petrlc. of Indianapolis, 'cars lost me at least $200.00 and and smile more. Do this and remember that it pays Ind., spent the week-en- d hero with have received one car out of Evans- L. T. RILEY, Manager. Judge J. K. and McDowell Foglc. Mr ville that cost mo 70 cents per cwt., to trade with a house that saves you money. Petrle's family havo been here for j ($14.00 per ton) put in tho cold United States Food Administration License No. several days and will remains here .ptornce. not mnklnir nnv nnHnmtn ,,f for some time yet. tho damage to my tank while placing this car in storage. This damage can Mrs. I.ula Coppage. who has been only be estimated approximately, with her daughter, .Mrs. Otto C. Mar- even by the best practical Ico and one. a bridge across the C. R. Rboads pubtin and Mr. Martin, for several cold storage men. It takes at least a small plant and a largo '"Ballard & Ballard and Washburn lic ditch on tho public road ucar A. months, left yesterday for Carrotliers. o iiuiiik iu place a car oi ice in sior-- i Mo where she goes to spend siv-a- l age. Ask any practical ice and cold Crosby Milling Companies, of Louis P. Kelly's In the vicinity ot Deanfiehl. nelghbo--hoo- d Ohio County, Ky., the bridge to bo months with her son, Earl storage man what the damage is to a ville, Ky., each make in the ot 3000 barrels of flour per constructed upon stone abutments 5 ton tank to keen the cold storasre Mrs. I. Y. Sandefur nnd little doors yetu ot a storage that will day. When they aro selling flour and bids will be received covering daughter, Martha, of Detroit. Mich., hold at least 100 tons. Then ml.t at 25 cents net profit per bbl., the the construction both of a wooden 30 r)bl mill loses money selling flour bridge and an iron bridge, and tho are visiting Judge J. P. Sandefur and this to 70 rent ico and see what a pay right is reserved to reject any and family, and other relatives in the car costs delivered out of at the same price, providing they all bids and that bids will be accepttho same for the wheat. County. Mrs. Sandefur arrived in Evnnsvlile. not allowing for any I make the above explanation that ed for the construction of either a time to attend the burial of Dr. shrinkage. Ice shrinks at least 20 Shultz, Tuesday. per cent In a refrigerator car. In ' you may be more familiar with the wooden or iron bridge as may seem you also may advisable- to tho court, or all bids i you expect Ico situation and that this fact The Hartford Republican Seth and Hardin Riley who have Mrs. Opple Kittlnger. of Owens- viewtt,ofsell ice nt how can per pound? know that I have made n sacrifice, may bo rejected v.s the court ajay mo a cent been with the forces In Franco and boro. Mrs. Hert Nickels of South Car Ice will cost less weighed out of a financially, In order to keep the peo-pl- deem advisable or the contract tot to Germany, arrived home, Wednesday. In ice. I would havo realized a the lowest and best bidder tn the rollton, Mrs. L. E. Everly, Matanzas, refrigerator car than a box car. The H'l.Y IK FRIDAY Mrs. Mattio Reld and Mr. and Mrs. shrinkage is not near so heavy. As I great deal more if I had havo ex- discretion of the court. Miss Margaret Hellen Morton, of Clinton Igleheart and daughter, of my supply before I ordered The abovo bids to be received by I havo 80 tons of my hausted Evansvllle, lnd., is spending the week Kronos. were guests of .Mr. and Mrs. stated above a single car. But I thought best to this court on the 24th day ot July 1 will sell own ice In storage. thisi hero with her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Keown. Joe ('. Bennett last Saturday. get It. 1 1919. , at 80 cents per 100 pounds blocked order ice while I could News 'V Personal can This Juno 26, 1919. doubt very much whether I out or $1.00 weighed, I believe Mrs. T. H. Dlack and daughters, (buy any Ice In August. 1 hoped to OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COUHr. Mrs. E .V. ller, who has -- een that I will need at least yl Norine and Lola Geneva, went to 9nrl QnPl'l Fliontc B. C. IUIOADS. her home with her daughter, Mrs. j cars above capacity of plant. I will have enough of my own Ice to supply dllll OUUldl KUBlltt. I Dawson Springs Monday for a week's G. A. Arnold and Mr. Arnold, of Mo demand in Hartford and vicinity B. F. RICE. inane mis proposition to any responsi the I s,iiy. I think now that I will not. 1 A. D. KIRK. bile. Alabama, for some time, recent-- 1 ble man:. I will turn all the cars over but ly arrived at Heaver Dam. where she to M ., that I will have to have above j trust that this explanation may con....... .. done a Mr. and Mrs. Trimble Pendloton, ...,ii ..... i.i.. .uir ,i ., Miss Vera Freeman, of Harrisburg mil nine wiin anoiuer (ie capacity nf .... nl it ii I ...... it'ltl vince you that I have ,i,j., ...... better . in." ,......L ,iii.l ..... ii,. " Is a guest of Miss I.elia Glenn. of Kuttnwa, aro visiting Mr. Pendle- unuguicr, .Airs, uwen uiunn and .Mi give him a bonus of $10.00 on a crrl""1 " ' Ark., ton's father, Dr. E. II. Pendleton and uumn- to start with Will furnish him expeciuu ui mu. If 1 am compelled to order any Mrs. J C. Riley visited relatives. In family. hooks, nicks nnd wneon free of weigh Ico to customer? Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Arnold, of Oweusbiiro and Maxwell, the first of and win rurnisu ,icliverv more cars and I will havo to charge more money. 1 bile, Ala., are visiting relatives and imv r,,r ine ,vi,,i Mr. Fred Anderson, of Stuobenvlllo, nu,in this week. ''" Ohio, came down Sunday to join Mrs. friends In Beaver Dam and Ohio coun-ico- st V'0 P.r,C mc prov,,,eil ho w, doliver ico!00"'1 tC" Juat.now , be, ns tho prico of ice Is advancing Quito a large crowd has been at- Anderson on a visit here, with rela- i). .hi-- jiniuiu .inn wuu win leave in ;at a cellt a nound and take caro of everywhere. Not only is ico advanca few days for points In Arkansas. ,,. ,.iw.inni ci.i,. ., en nn ...... tending Circuit Court during most of tives and friends. . ,,..,, also I)roml8n ing but freight rates nro almost pro they will visit relatives of Mr. i,,ocks to tho ,0I, the week. returning to their i,i, timt win I am prepared to bottom your Arnold before nt hibitory. Ask your R. R. Agent cii o home in Ala, lice from my plant as long as he hasjy1,at th, rate.!f on a "Wsorator car chairs, llrlng them to mo. Rev. O. M .Shults, of Owensboro, or, Henderson to STEVE MINKS. any. This proposition will make from Evansvlllo was here Tuesday to attend tho burial Harness and buggies have .urs. u. m. Burnett, who has been ,Uone.v over the basis at which I (Hartford. If you will carcfullv (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. 49tf of Dr. Sbultz. visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. V.limve been putting Ico out. I offer-Coop- weigh the above statements, all of advanced within the past and Mr. Cooper, of Nnshvlllo, t,(j Mr. Jumes Ellis and wife, Mr. responsible man $25.00 to take which aro true, I feel certnfn that A. u. rumor ami joii iiarnett, ot ,, Mr ronn.. during tho past two months. the last car off my hands rathor you will agreo that I havo been, and thirty days but on account of UvmiM bruise. tnu jTieiutsnip community, were in of Musonvlllo, attended the burial of returned to her home, hero, Monday. than put it out on tho basis I have am lTow, treating you fair nnd right having orders placed before town Monday. ELLIS ICE CO. She was accompanied homo by Mrs. been putting my own Ico. Dr. '.. 11. Shults, here, Tuesday. Cath-ryn- e. W. E. ELLIS, Manager. Cooper and children, Ann and the advance went on we will Now, as to tho prlco of my own ico. They will visit here some two ice was cheapor last year and is now Mrs. C. II. Hughes, of I.eltchfleld. Mr. Norval P. Brown nnd family, of protect you as long as this Chamberlain's Tablets. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Nowcustle, lnd., nro visiting relatives or three weeks. cheaper than ever before in Hartford. mm Theso tablets aro Intended especial- supply lasts. Martin t his week. Better coma in in and near McIIcnry, where they will Ico was never, retailed for less than likely remain for some threu or four no cents n hundred blocked, (not ly for stomach troubles, billiousncss DAMAGES GIVEN. and get what you want constipation. If you have any 1 Good work horso, nnd buggy for weeks. weighed.) hnvo been getting SO and give them n trial NOW. Are ROY STEWART, sale. See your cows payto my troubles of this sort, ::i,tllMl Verdict Given In Case Of cents blocked out. Prior and realize for yourself what a first Ky. Gregory Wedding, a traveling McIIenr,-Mr. 'management of tho plant Ice was blttl Turner Vs. Ilcuwiu you. They ing you a profit? You are salesman with tho Llgget & Myers .sold at ?1.00 per block of 300 pounds. class medicine will do for only cost n quarter. in losing Tobacco Co., spent tho week-en- d here O. 11. Ciirdcti has begun to Install Tho celebrated caso of Onia L. I Ket $1.00 for tho same size block. money every day you his flour mill In tho property recently tho guest of his parents, Judge and Turner vs Mary Ileavrin, tho trial ot You seo I havo only ndvanced 30 PI'IH.K? SA1,E. handle milk the old way. Ask 'Mrs. It. R. Wedding. purchased of Acton Bros. which was begun Monday In tho Cir- cents on the hundred and 50 cents on cuit Court, was brought to a closo tho block of 300 pounds. I will sell On Monday, August tho 4th. 1919 any DeLaval separator user Wo aro prepared to drill wells on lato Wednesday evonlng, so far as tho any one a block of Ico on my platform Miss llettio Rlluy and little Miss' about 1 o'clock p. m. at the Court then call us and let us put Enillo Fair Riley nro at Dawson short notice. Prices right and work evidence and argument were concern for $1,C0. This Is as cheap as you Houso door In Hartford, Ky., wo will " guaranteed. (Homo Phone.) Springs for a weeks sojourn. I ed Tho caso was given to tho Jury'Ci,u Bot n "luck f Ico anywhere. to tho highest and best bidder, one in your home for trial sell SCIIROADER & JACOBS. for consideration early yesterday will nsK you theso ciupstious: "What ono two story brick dwelling, with .. .. ovil if U .. It. 1., Hartford. Ky morning, unii at near o clock a ver. was Owonsboro getting at retail for .Mrs. S. T. Burnett aro vis- - 3t2p Mr. nnd ll uul-- "" JU'llvU yuil six rooms ami two halls and lot 90 itliu; relatives In MadlHouvlllo and tho war? What was Louis- - :fet ,)y 112 feot.ind one vacant lot money diet for tho Plaintiff of $3,500 was j' l"'11"" we remove it without-- . For Sale Regal Truck, In good awarded. The vordlct was signed by!vi110- - Kvansvllle, Chicago, or any of Lq foot by 110 feet. other points in Hopkins county. condition. Prlco $4S0.00. tno largo cities? They wore gottlnij 11 of the 12 Jurors. OSl 10 you aiKl remem-tho- n Lots will bo sold separately C. B. SMITH. ct'11,K l,e' hundred. They aro all Mrs. Ida Ross, of Roi'kport, was This luts been one of the most bit-!us a wholo and tho bid producing ker you are tjie juaVe vye (Render) " torly fought actions over staged In tho getting doublo that sum now, 50 the m st money will bo accopted. bere Tuisilny to attend His burial U P. ()., Route 2, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ohio Circuit Court, every Inch of cents. Chicago is oven getting CO of her brother, Dr. '.. II. .Shult Propory h.cuted iu Ilailford. Ky.,jhaV0 a few Deei'ing HlOWd'S giound hoing fought ovor from start !ei'iits. No'no of thoso plants are of and terms will bo oiio-hn- lt cush and'iQff r0ii ,, dim t, . . UUCJ INSURE your tobacco against de- to finish. Tho following 40 ' capacity. Asido tho other In twelve mouth with lien Capt, C, 11. Shown, of Doila, and wiui us ...,,i ijjive cltlwiw ; ,HM ,llI, by hail. You can't afford served upon the Jury that triod tho'r,'!n Owensboro I presume that Judge John II. WlU'on wont to Louis- struction the'j retained. held for you so that whan to take tho risk for tho small cost. ville and Frankfort, Wodnosduy. caso: Layton Williams, James Alleii, 'aro 1,0t 100 ton plants. Some one! J. C 1I.ER, CAL P. KEOWN, Ag't. you get ready to1 cut, tha Itl Venchol Westerfiald, Jainos Ambrose, wl" 8tt' "Why can't you sell ice a R B. I I.BR. .....,. lie: .i.iDiijiuuiu ..m 111VB0 ..!.....' Misses Elslo Ilunnott and Allco J. S. Ford. Herbert Park, A. J. rtliouti mb M,.....,1. ...... 111 41....... UU1CI MRS. T. J. MULLEN. 'mower will be here. WANTED Good Houso Koopor for Stewart, L. L. Nowcoinb, John Shoul-dor- s, cities?" It costs mo at least 100 112 Crowe, of Routo 3, Hartford, wore By C. M. CROWKUgt. jfamlly of three. Work very light. at this olflce, Wednesday, M. C. McDowell, Cal Stono and per cent more to produce u ton of ieo .i . .Wages highest. .Must have satls- - Bon Davis. on a plant than It doos In a 40 NOTICE. ton plant. I havo not doubled prlow. ... !',. Sale Ono 4 year old Jersey factory references. Good homo. Ap- lly Abovo all, teach the children to they have. Small plants can not cow with young calf. Notice Is horehy given that uoalpd PROF. WARREN PAYTON, save. Economy is tho sure founda compote with large plants to Illus- bids will he received for tho. lotting' HOWARD MOSELEV. Beaver Dam, Ky. Fordsville, Ky. ' IHIMH. PHONE. tion of all virtures Victor Hugo trate to you the difference between of a contract for tho conbtruetton of Hartford, Ky. 3t2i i ...... """"" July Essentials 1 g Station Open in Hartford, Ky. 1 j,... Piece Goods I t horo-to-fo- t t t t es, KENTUCKY CREAMERIES I J3&z2$b o ' I ,.'.. i ! i i ''"""' ' We Are Going .,i !,. 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McIConnoy. Dam with us clean anil Bravo Hen on the field of honor, In Itcd llcavor Ch'm'n. Hoard JuiIko II. W. Slack, Owcniboro. Clerk II. W. King. fast an aKRrcRatlon of Jiall players Franco. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartMont Sincerely, as hns been to our town, and beat Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. ford. Ilt'TH ADA KI.MI1ALL, . us to the tune of S to 4."', However, Marshal H. K. Slovens. Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. Hep., American Hod Cross. Drnkesboro had to do 9 Innings of Six Year Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now Master Commissioner Otto C. MarrounsviM.i:. real labor to carry the buiiio home, tin, Hartford. She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For V Heaver Ham's fielding was of pretty It. Jonci. Ch'm'n.' Hoard Trnstco Jurr Kiiad Cal P. Keown, jioor class for Monroe pitched one of FOR FLETCHER'S Clork Olla Cobb. Hnrtford. Her Recovery. his best Raines and only "allowed the Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. I list Monday In March 13 days visitors 7 hits while Ilrakusbro was Marshal (Irani Pollnrd. Com'th. nnd Civil. Royse City. Ter.-- Mrs. touched for 11 lilts. Mary KIM the better. That 'was six years gr 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil, I ItOfl) ()!' ITS Ol'I'ICIAL SCHOOL CALRNDAK. journeyed Alt.MV IS Sunday, Heaver Ham ItKSKItVK COUPS man, of this place, Pays; "After tho atl(1 ' am still here and am a well, let Monday In July 12 days County Jttuittl of forth to the fields of Millwood and Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. birth of aiy llttlo girl.. .my sldo com. strong woman, nnd I owe my lifo to evcrythliiR there, beat each oth Lent Washington, July 12. Army of-- ! 3d Monday In September 12 days Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart er to the dlnliiR table, valine, and fleers point to the new of fleers' ro-- i menccd to hurt me. I had to go back CarduL I had only taken half tho Civil. ford, Ky. playing ball. bottle when I began to feel better. servo coriw as one of the bis assets to bed. Wo called tho doctor. He 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fonlsvlllo, Div. No. Everybody likes a Rood niotil but obtained from Tho miser' in my tide got less... 1 the war. Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. Halloy Monroe likes his apple pretreated me. ..but I got no hotter. I continued The now corps now number more right on taking tho Cardui Div. No. .1 H. L. Carter, Narrows, serves tho best anil (Sloiiiten Stevens tlinn 15.000 mouthers, sufficient on prot worse and worse COUNTY COUHT. until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I Ky. carried three pulley bones homo with the basis of ohc officer to twenty Moots first Monday In each month. was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well Div, No 4 Hobort (loft, Roslno, him, Hnyward Pirtlc caught Ice cream men to furuHt the commissioned Juilgo Mack Cook. Ky. likt It was a 1 to nothing r.iiiio while personnel for an army of 000,000 three montb.3 and Buffered euch nr.ony and never felt better in my life... 1 County Att'y A. D. Kirk. Div. No. r. Otis H. Stevens, HeavCIsell picked chicken bones like, ho Ofllcers In the higher grades Include have never had any trouble from that Clerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. that i was just drawn up in a knot.. er Dam, Ky. might have been picking grounders UK coioueis, i;n iiciiicnnnt coioucis day to this." Sheriff S. A. Hrntcher. 1 told my husband Div. No. C Nat Llmlley, Center-towon first. Heed, as usual, showed and if he would get Superintendent E. S. Howard. 2.20S majors. Do you suffer from headache, back-achhome-niad- c Ky. omc class when regular Tlirtrt orrt mi flln J 51 7 nmillnn.! me a bottlo of Cardui I would try it. . . . Jailer Worth Tlchonor. pains In sides, or other discomTlmo of Meeting 1st Monday in cake uiade Its appearance, also dis- tlons for appointment as officers in Tav Commissioner D. E. Ward. I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you appearance there; Noble Taylor alias the roeular nrmv. February; 1ft Monday In April; 1st feel Surveyor C. S. Moxley. evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outDavo Roger cleaned his plate as well Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Au m Coroner E. P. Hodgors. If bo, gust; 1st Momlny In October; 1st as the bases and as for the rest of SUHOKONS agree that In cases of mo... for I knew I could not last glvo Cardol, the woman's tonic, a bunch that went along, well, I cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the many dayi unless I had a Monday In December. FISCAL COUIIT. the change for trial. J 71 am afraid they will never be able to first treatment is most Important County Hoard of Examiners 1919 Meets, llrst Tuesday In April nnd look human beings In the face again When an effective antiseptic is appliE. S. Howard S. S. O. C. Ellis Sando-fu- r, October. A KKW OK Till: OMI Itl.L'K LAWS Hon Ir.n created n problem for ship 1st District Ed when food is spoken of. W. S. Hill. ed promptly, there Is no danger of Shown, Hartford, launchli-'iiMunU of Hit ro.e Itlver All of this happened at Millwood Jan. 24 nnd 2.1 Common school Houto 3. Infection mid the wound begins to It Is rather interesting Just at this and iii- S(iinn:.im shipyard, 'Ihlrh-flv- e and the game was played in the heal at once. For use on man or Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens. Bear diploma examination. time to look at some of the prohibi vessels are urder c mi tiuct! m evening, our boys put it over to the beast, Heaver Dam and Fordsvllle. er Dam. Dorozonc is the ideal antiseptic tory laws that were in force in this or soon to be started on. nt these 8rtl tunc of 15 to 11. and healing agent. Huy It now and country during the colonial days. The works and May, 9 and 10 Common school the "christenl.iK fluid is 4th District Q. B. Brown. Simmoni. Now comes the last but by no Price people of New Haven, P'lor to bo ready for an emergency. District G. W. Howe. Center- - Heaver Dam and Fordsvllle. tholr limited to twelve half-piii.,u!ck of one of the three means the least 2.ric, 50c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by incornorntlon with in,. Sayhrok and champagne. town. May 1C and 17 County teachers' games, we journeycti m urayson Ohio County Hrug Co. Bth District m Hartford colonies, W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - examination. (White) Hartford. Here subject to Ten submarines and oli;bt mor-- , stacked up against a on No 22, and town. . . ..II . tho following: May, 2.1 and 24 o.iant ships 'vlll soon be ready t r County teachers' P1CKCU learn irom must mi oui mu SOLlii:it UKCOVKHS SPKKCII ".'o Quaker or disrenter froo th christenijig nt tho Tore HI or The (Itli District W. S. Denn, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. country. A pitcher from Hrowns-- 1 HKSl'LT OK SL'DDK.V PINCH est.il Hshed worshln of Ihe dominion Siiu.intum works has contracts for 7th District H. K. Hlco, Fordsvllle. June. 20 and 21 County and State vlllc, a catcher from Cecilia also a 8th District II. C. Hhoades, Hnrt teachers' examination (white) Fordsshall be allowed 'o give vote for tho seventeen more destroyers. bhortstcp, second and third baseman London, June 25. A. E. Pearson, . ford, Houto 5. of magistrate, or any offi"It may bo necessary to use apple vllle. from Millwood, an outfielder from of Stratford, was struck dumb In elnctl.-cer Juno, 27 and 2S County and cider." said an official. Lcitchfleld, and two homo boys. HAHTKOHD. action at Vimy nidge in March. 19 IS. . "No food or lodging shall be af-- j state teachers' examination (colored) Well, if we had been gamblers of Mayor J. E. Bean. hospital he under-- ! At a Liverpool WILL It.llSH Sl'XKK.V money we would have left lots of went special treatment, but it was of forded to a Quaker or other herltb Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. "No one .shall run on the sabbath CHEK.V HIVIOU PACKET July, Ohio COunty Institute. them wondering where breakfast was no avail, and for fourteen months he Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. day, or walk in his garden, or elsecoming from for we walked their had remained speechless. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. where, except reverently to and from Evansvllle. Intl., July 12. Work frame for the old ball game to the Sept., 19 and 20 County and j a. lew nays ago ins uioiner iij HOCKPOKT. will start at once to raise the steamtune of 5 to4 and I can truthfully say chance pinched him very hard. In meeting. State teachers' examination, (white) "No one shall travel, cook victuals. er i:iinsvllle. a (Jreen river packet, Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. that I have never seen IS men work the most natural way he cried out: Hartford. make beds, sweep lion?,.--, cut hair or which was sunk yesterday In Oroor. Clerk Rushing Hunt. any naruer iur liny uiB suiim. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State i"Oh don't!" shave en ihe sabbath day. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Itlver at Aberdeen ,Ky. A bulkhoail As to pitching, it was a pitchers eachers' examination (colored) HartFrom thnt t,me h,s Bpeech hM ie "Sc woman shall kiss her child will bo built around the hole that j Marshal Will Langford. battle from the start and our ford. bac. ,0 hlm altno at pregent don walked in the box and had that taIk,ng caugeg n,m .ome ttle pa,n on the "al'bath day or fasting dnv was knocked in the stem of tho bent The sabbath shall begin at sunset o and the vessel will bo pumped out jncKcu team swinging at me air line 4hey were a bunch of toys wound up. 'ihe damage to the boat will not b When you feei lazy, out of sorts &aiurna. Get the Genui brings cards or dice ii.- - serious. It is expected that sum "u '" Stevens allowed two hits and ani yawn a good deal in the daytime and Avoi Wast struck out 1U men on the thirteenth you can charge it to a torpid liver t0 this doni'nlon shall 'i lined for it Inther boat will bo chartered to tik. fmmJL "Whoever wears clo'lns trimmcA the place of tho Evansvllle temporarl lay of the month while his opponent which has allowed the system to get "Hver or bono lace abov-,l- y in the Evansvllle and Howling allowed five hits and struck out 5 fun 0f impurities. HEHBINE cures witn s twn :'Hiiir- - by the yard shall bo pu- - tireen, Ky trade. i all disorder"! produced men. XCK 22?f&P-- c o n o my bv an inactiv Every Cake I Everybody played air tight ball and i;Ver. It strengthens that organ, rented by the grand jurors and tho ' Fuececd wften everything else fails. ,IKVE DEMOCRATS several of the boys told me that cleanses the bowels and puts the sya..selectment shall tax the offender. ,Bi:i In nervous prostration nnd ftmale . ex- -I tern In good healthy "No one shall read conunon-prnye- r, O WILL some one around, there paid the condition. Price vcatnesse they are the auernne Christmas or talnt days, make penses of four of our bys, seems HkO fiOc. Sold by Ohio Countv Drue Com-ike- l' thousands have testified. Itemed, Grayson liked our bunch pretty well, jianv, Pti minced pies, dance, play cards, or i Washington, July II. The KIDNEYtLlVERAND ' I .play on any instrument of music, ex- -, leif that Democratic senators ... si doesn't It? STOMACH TROUBLE cept the drum and Jew's harp. it is the licst medicine ever sold yield to the Republicans in the r Ally team that happens to read this SHORT SKIRTS ARE RAD POR r over a tlruggis"'s counter. "Married persons must live to- - (League of Nations fight and will ROTIl MORALS AND HEALTH and think that they would like to take gether, or be Imprisoned. on the certain reservations a. few healthy swings at Stevens, Mon- malo shall have his hair cut round league covenant in order to save th" Aberdeen, Washington, July 12. roe or Cisell's first ball, let us know entire treaty from defeat was conand we will try to accomodate every- - 'Educate women to wear longer according to his cap." siderably strengthened It today dresses" is the purpose of a resolubody. Vrnii(s' CARBON REMOYERS. became known that Senator Swanson, tion passed here by the Gray's Har- Write to M. It. TAYLOR, Mgr. of Virginia, held a throe-hou- r conbor W. C. T. U. in annual convention. Heaver Dam, Ky. --Th3 market at the present tlm Is ference with Senator Knox tin the Present styles lower the standard of morals and aro not conductive to flooded with auxiliary air and mol.s-tur- e subject. It is believed Aft M ( Senator liVu a The Joy Or Living. injecting devices, some of which Swanson was "'eking to discover a To enjoy lifo we must have good health, Is the attitude adopted by are good and bad. The mois- - basis upon which the Democrats and health. No one can reasonably hope those In session FOR PERSONA?. HVr.lPNF. A Safe, it TV Duiolcd In water for douche ttopr to get much real pleasure out of Ufa ' Plans for the campaign of educa- - tare injecting devices win in inoai Republicans might come together. pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflam-rnntio- n -, Remedy for Worms when his bowels are clogged a good'1'0" were formulated and tho work- - cases prevent the formation of earRecommended Ly Lydia E. RITTER.MILK? WET!! share of the time and the poisons 'ers are urging women to dress "more bon on tho cylinder walls, but they j SeTf ntT flf rinkhnm Med. Co. for ten yrnrs. Tn, rontlnu OU !10 i Ulf la.t Iclllllilllllll are not likely to remove carbon alrea- A healing wonder for turn cntarrh, that should be expelled aro absorbed reasonably." ntKY'S VKllMIKUlll; cau otftT you ore throat and ore cyc Econoir.lcnl. ,dy formed, altho thi" claim is made Westerfleld, N. J., July 12. Butinto the system, producing headache KfP brittle alw.ija n hand. Hl ltotdinii)r rlruiing n, BtnniuU' pnwrf. It will lirlp kir. thu llltlu unifor them. The air devices are prac- - termilk is to be put on the skids If a $100 Reward, $100 and indigestion. A few doses of Ii4ll7anil llHalthy mJ. TII'ilonTiiJrtC.n..Dy. Volii, Mu. '.5.. a bottle at yotir ilrnir Chamberlain's Tablets will move tho The readers ot this paper will be tlcully useless, unless the owner Is strict enforcement of the prohibition or ceneral pleased to learn that there is at least absolutely certain that tho air range 'law is cairied out .according to Prof tlf dealer can't itorn j oryouIf your bowels, strengthen the digestion and one dreaded disease that science has ui!ily nd IiIy name and iV, In Uini If L. B. Allyn. of tho State Normal give you a chance to realize the real been able to cure in all Its stages and of his carbureter is insufficient. nd wn'll kuJ yeu u bottle promptly that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly the adjustment already on the for It seldom shows less than joy of living. Try It. m influenced by constitutional conditions E. & S. FREY requires constitutional treatment. Halt's bureter is capable of supplying more 1 per cent of alcohol content and and air, an auxiliary air device Catarrh Medicine Isi taken ,-internally D.. Is a rapidly gains more through fermcii- BALTIMORE MD. .. .L-- .. .1.- - nt .1,f.i.nii. two Out of Tiim:i: ( I'OIt IIKAVKH DAM CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER DIRECTORY BEDSIDE Children Cry CA3TO R A I 20. : n, I J s .... I J 7-- GIcn-'C0Il- ' lti-2- qiu?: neZj?kiC V'J'ffiynrt Bitters eetric! ; I ..:, ! bo-wi- T use 1 X j VerMfu4 iui uie uuiurti M Mm m (Kvery Wouum nil iiitiiiiiis V-VER-- - USE LI Tor Infants and Children In Use ForOver30 Years Always bears the Signature of && tatlu. nte of mone. faces of the System thereby flestroylrifr the foundation of the disease, Klvlnn the ' . a patient strength by building ui lae C0,ri- - I TAP FY. WAYS TO SUE OASOLINE. stitutlon nnd assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much . faith in th curative powers of Hall's preached ROW Do not allow th onglno to run idle Ford H C. Catarrli Medicine that thoy offer One at Hundred Dollars for any Cia'e that It falls .Christian church Sunday and Sunday except when a'woliitely necessarj to cure, send for list of testimonials. Addrtss F. J. CHKNEY & CO.. Toledo. night. Run car on a clean mixture. Ohio, Sold by all Druggist. '5c. i leaks In gasoline Hue ami attended Sovoral of tho teachers the Institute at Hartford last week. Alessrs. . DOCTOR URGED AN OPERATION 's Instead I took Lydia E. Compound Vegetable Pink-ham- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Tccl rtpht all tho time. Don't lay oS from work for daya by takinp; calomel x keeps yoH when pleasant Lv- on your feet, whiloreliovinjjyourtrou.lH lo. Sufer too, and easy to take. DotW tako anything else. You can't nfTorj it, Eiiminntes poiRons, cleanses bya tern and relieves constipation. A rial, ural remedy, natural in its actions, nun in its c licet and certain in results. It won't bo long before Liv- - Vc-La- x will completely tlisplaco calomel in ever liomc.i Children can tako it freely aim with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar anteetl. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nore Rcnuino without tho likeness and sijri turo of L. K. Grujaby. For sale bv r ' v u.i.iAAin llriror Ver-Lu- vj- Ira I). Funk slide. Franco Keep motor free of cnibou. A carFord touring June 2. 1319. bonized motor Is a large consumer of 'cars. Portland, Ale., July 12. Evaier.s To tho Friomls and Relatives of Jesse Allss Inez Kirk visited her sister, fuel. law have atloi.tvd a of tho iiono-dr- y W. Crowe. Change gears nioro frequently in ' sinugglo IMrs, Lewis Massle, at Andersonvillo, Dear Friends: It is with deepost new dovico wlt'i wliica order to run engine at high, economi'tur.lay. sympathy that I wish to toll you of li(iior into tills state. Hugo dolls, cal and efficient speed. """ '" '"'" tho ceremony which took place on s.i.l. as aro given as prizes m count,- ,for "" Keep moving purls well lubricated. 0 lnoth8 ls wors" at iM . the 30th of May. in the llttlo cemetery falr iu.l shore resorts a.i ca ,uu- wr',,nK' Use kerosene for cleaning instead to represent nloepiiij In'ai.n. near Franco, where Jesse of gasoline. Ir' ',,lll M- - Ji""lrl Lc( JM W. Crowo U burled with Ills com- have - been pressed into so.vice. Do not drive at excessive speed. hero Sunday. tf .1,,,... it u ..uii.,ni,i b rades. In the A. E. F. at a Power consumption increas-'bottles of Tho MirvlciMi wore attumlud by will hold twenty small QUICK AVIT SAVES CASH. faster rate than speed. Every car bin whisky' each, wore brought to this koldlora of Camp WllllauiH and the a definite .speed at which It operates woman worker of the camp. "Near- 'city by two men, one attired a n St. Louis, AIo., July 12. Two mon well on a maximum fuel economy. posine as tho In army er .My Cod To 'I hoe" and "Auiorlca" woman and the other uniform and carrying Farm Lifo. wore mini. Tho fliliiK squad uulntud ' aiisband," and not long after tneir entered tho restaurant of t liquor win. beiiit l to jChtirlPH Andorson here. While one tho iiiaiiioi'le of tlulr ciimriules and 'arrival the tJUITH A COINCIDENCE. lnt'ii on the streets. thou IniM Miuudttd. of the mon "oovorod" Anderson and -X3 Th iiitHit linproKHlvu fmiturti of! "Rawloy Jfinos? Why, that's my Calvin Kktes, a eiiutomer, tho other I tho otjuuhlon wuh the 1u1uk of flowhusband's pen name,'' said .tho lady stalled for tliu cash register. ers mi Hit grave of each hoy who hud FOR FLETCHfR'S called out: of the house. given hi life for his country. ThU "Ain't It funny,' marvoled the cook, "Walt a minute, inUtor; here's ' was dons by the women of the Hod Co get something to ".My hiiHhaiid has into too. I'p In tho -o 'koiiio iiionoy. Crow, the Y. AI. C. A. and the JuwUu 1'()R SALE. pun they call hlih 'Olyeerlu' (loorgo." out." Welfare Htiaul. Hit.' TYPE POLAND CHINAS. The man halted a moment, thou acLIVES H DAYS .MINI'S FOOD. Tho flow em hud been nUim by the One Bred uuiit. alio to farrow July cepted tho iiionoy nnd fled with the Honryvlllo, Intl., July 12. Richard Froneh peonltt. who hud liliorHlly 10, ID Hi; four U to t months old other robber olo.) bch'ud. days Elrod, 78, lived thirty-eigh- t ftrippud thulr llttlo niirdaim lu np- - pigs two malos and two femulos. lir.tnli, 1, in ... wtifil Ilw. 1..,.. 1....I My Poland Chinas aro as good as can MAY CHRISTEN SHIPS . .lu.i, without partaking of nourishment be.,(.. if .1....1 i,,M mill ifiie Ho was WITH OROI.WICY tIDER fore his death hero recently. dune in Fruneo. ba found in the. United Stntoe. 1 wiji always ctirmliUr It onn of thu 4 7tt stricken with prirJlysis and was un- W. S. DEAN, Prohibi-'r.Ll- o Quhifty Mam, July IV. tomcat. urciitofet prlvllyb'w of my ll.'u to havu Dundee, Ky. J. E. and jhnve each purchased I MAINE "HARIES" COXTAIV TW'KX'rV SMAM. BOTTLES Prevent shut off gasoline tank whenever pos and Was Cured. Baltimore, Md. " Nearly four years I suffered from organic troubles, ner s vousness nnd and every month would lie vu to stay in bed most of Treattho time. ments would relievo mo for a time but my doctor was urging- me to v Sf operation. My sister asked mo SXZlito try Lydia E. Pink- -lieail-nche- ''.'. s lX' i s-- k"-i- iu -" f II II 111 S n-it- Children Cry CASTO R A 1 consentint; to an TAKE OUR v operation. I tooij live" bottles ofit nnd Ij " 4f it hns completely mo '5s pleasure. cured all mynnd my I tell friends work a who havo any troublo of this kind what A Treatment Lydin I). PiiiUham's Vegetable Com (or WEAK pound has done for me."- - Nkli.ii: It lJmrriNGilAM, 005) Calvertcn Tid., Haiti LUNGS oi more, Md. It is only natural for any woman to WtjAWttlJKjf-yCONSUMPTION dread tho thought of nn operation. ,Sj many women liavo been restored to health by this,famous remedy, Lydia h. rt UB Jow, '""mr. lu'cu 'e,'c '?r "." Plnkbnm'a Votrtitahlo f'omnound. nftcr an operation T.as been advised that it will pay any woman who sufFers from ..u.ip V(U a eo,u you BOthiot. such ailments to consider trying it be- foro submittine to fiucb a trying ordeal. OHIO MEDICAL CO, columSus.q6 Compound but or o WILL YOU. J GERMINAL REMEDY "' Z?l,TZjZlUiV, FOR ONE MONTH A' i FARM DEPARTMENT. 5 KEN TO OAJtbriN search anil in or- &' addltlonnl holp which wo hail hoped . Mini's I'nijrr. Tho following taken from n recent for, tho tlmo that can bo Riven to each Jshuo of Iloard'H Dairyman should bo county Is necessarily shortened. Wo hope to mako up for this by moro Injjoud, not once, but suvornl tlincx: work nnil will expect to bo CO nilnutort make tensive "Teach mo that nit hour, 1(! oiinccH one pound, nutl kept busy ovory minute wo nro with MAUKI. L. KOB, Help mo ho to you. 100 rents ono dollar. Collaborator. Mr. A. 8. Chnpln will ho in your live that I run llo down nt nlKht with Ilo will arrive In n clear ciin.sclence, without a Kim un- county :i days. liny Seeil Kurly. der my pillow anil tt uli nti ntotl by tho Heaver Dam ut 5:09 a. m., Oct., 2 and Knch year for tho past several ycara lacus of those to whom havo brought leavu Heaver Dam at 3:04 p. in. Oct., (1 rant that I may cam my 1th. The number of flocks that can thoro has been an acute ahortago ot luiln. Ono ot muni tlckot on thu Kiuin, mill that bo visited may bo estimated on this clover seed In this county. in unrnliiK It 1 may do unto others basis. About four flocks of 50 birds tho reasons for this Is that wo havo as I would havo them do unto me. each for a half day where not over boon unnblo to Import any seed; but Deafen me to tho JliiKle of tainted fifteen minutes are spent In netting tho chlet reason is that tho producmoney and to the rustle of unholy from onu to the other. Only one tion of clover seed Jias declined rapidThis In turn nklrtn. Illliul mo to the faults of demonstration should as a rule !io ly In the United Slates other fellows, but reveal to niu my held In each community and that one Is duo to the fact Hint tho ncrcago of own. (lulde me so that whenever I be well advertised m that nil tho local clover grown In some of tho clielf look Into the faces of my friends I poultry rubers will he benefited. Pre- seed producing states like Ohio, Indi'will have iiuthlui; to conceal. Keep ference should ho given those flocks ana anil. Michigan is much smaller me iiiiiik enoiiKh to lallKh with llttlu which will supply ckb.s for standard!-ztitlo- n than formerly. work next season and to other Clover seed at no time lias iieeh rblldren, uuil sympathetic eniniKh to bo considerate of old nue. Anil when 'pure bretl flocks. Hut this does no: cheap, but tt n examination of market iiiix-iiu- d prices for tile past few' yenrs sliow.s mines the day of darkened shinies mean that we will not work with that the fall price has been secrnl the smell of flow its, the tre.nl 'd flocks. We want to emphasize tho absolute dollars less In every eao than thr- - lati- ot soft footsteps anil tho crunching ot wheels in the van! make the lerc- -! necessity of having the flocks poured wlnter and early spring price. 1ist inoii) short and the epitaph slmple-"Iler- e the night before the demonstration, year, for example, clover seed couul as It will otherwlhe be Impossible to lie bought 111 the fall for about JU,i'l lies a mini." cull them per bushel. In the spring the pi Ice Trusting that we may have thojwas $30.00 and good seed was illffl- Will TnUe Out Stsilu cult to get even at this price. Tin re When cleaning your white shoes faille spleinllil Interest, anil eoop. a few drops of aiunioiila Into the Hon In the work that we hud last fall, was simply not enough jecd to go ou moisten the aiuljin the stiindnrill.nt!ou work the around. That there will he a smllar water in which shortage of seed next year I.s practisponge. It will niiiro effect hely past spring, we are Vuiim for butter poultry, In fa t home atr'i cally crtaln cleanie the shoes am! will readily ' ' SI.A,DK, ,irM t the most serious shortWtake out the stain. The Poultry Specialist. age yi'. experienced This opinio i Is home out by tho high price of seed lioliol Itcniiiw. Stulii. for future delivery on the Toledo To remove stains from the dining .ilil Alum To Stan h. table try alcohol. Saturate a soft Add an ounce of alum to the riiis- - market. It Is not at all unlikely that It will do Igonil clover seed will sell for $"j.0i' cloth witli the alcohol and rub the jig water or to the starch. or $10.00 per bushel next year. ." Main, then polish with some good fur- - 'couHideruble to make muslin and cot There Is a good opportunity of .savjton garments iioiliuflnmmulilc. This nltltie polish. might he especially advantageous in ing many dollars and what is even more important, getting the choicest .the childien's clothes. KemiiW". (Jiensi. Slain, seed the market affords, by buying If ,miii can not get the grease stain just as soon us the net crop of seed 3i out ot a woolen garment try pow- Wntili The Potatoes. potato I comes in the market. While the dangerous An extremely ft dere.i French chalk. Leave it on u F1 .' few hours then shake it out well. ',iu,.n,,e known n tho .potato wart. iHhortage of alfalt.i seed has not bi"n 'has made Its appearance in Peniisyl. io marked as with clover, yet the e seed lias nut lieiiiiixiii SciiiiJi Murks. vanhl. The disease was undoubtedly supply of lieen largo and since the quality of whito To removo scorch stains from from Kurope and is moving ,. goods nit) with the cut edges of .in westward Into the country. Farmer the seed i.s such an important point in onion, then lay in the miii tor a tlmo. a),i gnnlenurs are warned by the growing alfalfa, no mistake can he Pulled States and StHto departments made by buying early. Washing. Potatoes l'or ,,f Agriculture to he on the lookout (ir.ite two potatoes into a basin of ICeep (.'rowing. Diseased iiUeasfd potatoes. A stunted pig or calf never can water and wash tho delicate tatoes show warts that are at tlrst out-i- u make a fine animal. flannels, woolen goods, ribbons, etc.. 8niall. light brown, 'spongy A field of corn M It when better results than tills ovmIib near tlie ejes. These increase that is held In check by bad weather, map rupldly. In turn never grows as It should lator In the hlu guile darker in color and-- ' may lio- - rieason. F.very tanner realized that 'I'est ()en Heat. pota- - these are as tho because he ohseivos come w large Te t the men with a piece of white u, itclf . causing the' whole tuber to thorn from soumiii to season. If the paper turns, a light i,oeome soft, blnck and spongy. This papi r Minds should he kept growing all brown when you place It in tho oen ,iiB(..,R(. u one (,f the nu4 serious. the time if they are to he useful grate the oven Is right for pastry. If w i affect the potato and while it headpieces. The mintl that gets into it turn- - a dark yellow color jou are j1HB ,1()t i,e,, found in Kentucky to a rut iu thinking and stays there sale in baking a cake. date, it may appear in those sections neer can grow Into a big strong ; Freguent rides of the State where eastern potatoes thinking machine. over new territory in an automobile l!..n!. Dust licmowr. have been shipped in for seed. Keip a small paint brush- - one of The Federal Horticulture Hoard the reading of farm papers ami an ocvariety will d- o- handy B,i the .,t Disease Survey have casional trip to farmers nie?tings .t It will bu oxcellent ,,..,, Mr. It. C Fautwotter In Ken- - the College of Agriculture or the ExI,; near the range. for reinovlng the dust. etc.. from the tlIl..j to ,..,rr). ,, educational cam- - periment Station, will keep the farm-er'- s various parts of the range and you ,wjKI1 ixm survey In an effort to In- mind out of the rut. can nlvvajs Have a clean stove tnal f,,,.,,, n,(, i.riiwm f this ibincerons Of course, all of this is written with t) i W ...III I.,,,... .....II . . .. .. ,. .. . .. 'tiiL hit uisea.se ami in locaie u u n nns ai- - the feeling that mens' minds are ""' """ "; 'rofi.lv infill,, Ifu ,i f l liikfi pii tip,, 1,1 lv,,ntiin keener and more alive today than evB'Jl Keeping; IToweis Fresh. ky. If any diseased potatoes are er before in the history of tho world. Flowers will keep fresh much long- - f,,,,,,,!, the grower should learn from It is written with the knowledgo that or If a pinch of soda is adileil to the (M Kroceryiuan or seedinan whether everybody Is moving rapidly along water In which they are placed. eastern table or seed potatoes havo in this ago of change and invention. M been sold on the local market in the It is written at a. time when twenty Can The Slacker. past few years. The moment any short years ago nobody had a silo, This Is tho Kr(wor or gardener thinks ho hns nobody sprayed an orchnrd. nobody Dear CountyAgent: earn- - foliml opening gun in the stato-wid- e ,,otat wIn, potato wart ills owned a "Tin Mzzic," nobody had a paign to can the slacker hen. You n,,SOi llo slou,i notify Mr. Faultwet- - phonograph and nobody swatted tho will hear other reports from time to .r at Ms ofn,.0 al ,le Kxpurlment fly. Nevertheless, tho man who t'"10- makes a success either in business or Station at l,exlngton. ., . Slnco wo aro unable to jobtaln the In farming is tho one who keeps his mind glowing all the time. SoMleif See Light. Many of our boy.s are coming back HO FOR SAI from over tho Atlantic with a desire Improve things on tho farm. Thu to 111 every county where there is a clipping given below was taken from a farm magniino which, came to tho County Agent, a list of nrtlclos and llvo stock both for sale and wanted county agent's desk imlto recently: Farm School now in opera- to buy, is made up each mouth. "At the 1 get such a list each month, ami tion at Alleroy, Franco, for the soldiers of tho A. K. F. a class In farm also mako up a similar one, for this equipment was listening to discus- county. If you want to buy or sell Tho let me I'now, my list will bo when) sions of farm conveniences. building of it septic tank for the you can bee It nt nny time; thoro Is homestead iiiado a deep lmprosslou no charge, you aro not out a penny on tho men. "When I go homo, said your advoitisenient or want will go By Conserving Your ono of them, 'I'm going to do my bust all over tho state to every county In to get dad to build one. I'll do it my- which thoro Is an agent. Leave a list in my offlco in tho self if ho won't. And then I'm going to see that wo get some kind of a ('(nut House if ou don't see me or For Nervousness or water system in the houso to savo mall it to me, or leave U with tho steps for my mother and sisters. It's Dunk or county Clerk, Sleeplessness, Try There is less chance of making a time that they wore getting something mistake If jou write it down. Don't easier," to make their work PR 'O t A'" t LI CIjV iV Ml "Another soldier remarked: 'I forget to put your name, addrosii, R. t: ,V, don't think we've got a right to ask F. 1).. and tclophono If you have one; it girl to marry us and llvu and work somebody might bo In a hurry to pay on tho farm with us It we don't fix you some money, and if your naino up our farmhouses bettor Hum farm wasn't there 1 might not know how-tfind you. ers litiho boon doing." 1 Ulvo anil complete wo need tho help anil cooperation ot ovory mtoiiiRent grower of potatoes. It nil suspicious reported anil cases nro promptly specimens sent to your County Agent or to tho Plant Pathologist at your Experiment Station, wo shall very soon have tho necessary Information. der to makq tho field search effoc- - r. ft. A Triumph of Toughness Cord' possesses amazing buoyancy and life. And jm . i yet the 'Royal mkM m w That's the secret of this famous tire's success. Hardihood that means many extra miles, combined with the luxury of easier riding. Let us put 'Royal Cords' on your car. They are the utmost in equi- i pmentthe finest tires in the world. I ut a United States'Tlres mNgmmti ara Good Tires immMffffwi f cor- : in M 'Royal Cord0 ona ot thaflve "! high-grad- , fr po-wa- I HARTFORD MOTOR CO HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. BENNETT & COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. COATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. McHENRY MANUFACTURING & MACHINE COMPANY McHENRY, KY. N. C. ILER (W. G. Her) MRS. ROCKPORT, KENTUCKY. aHA lmlc-l- mri..,.iiiTj ,'ii.t. wood and dead red oak, i4JUjJMtJjJM TT.1 TWO SKI'S OF TUIPLETS ANI) SIX SETS OF -- lo-ce- ti, ., twice I.ondon. and twins six times is tho wonderlul record in motheiliood of tne wife of i riilwav carter it Cumnt.ni ', Ihe second triplets were born re- cently, and tho King's bounty has been applied for. It was granted when the first triplets appeared, cloven years ago. Tho mother Is forty-on- o and has had twenty-fou- r children In twenty-on- o years. Fifteen are living, and the eldest son Is in the army. ,,..,,. . T. Wright's lino; thenco S. to tho bo- Clark's TVlXS,Iler of Cox's line; thenco with. Cox'a ginning, containing 25 acres, moro or line N. 40 V. GO poles to a white oak, less. Deed of record In deed book Clark's corner; thenco with another .!'J, page 175, Ohio County Clerk's of- - '',,,' of Clark's lines, S. 50 W. 24 poles flee. Tho purchaser will be required to to a red oak, Clark's corner; thenco vith another of Clark's lines S. 10 W execute bonds imeillately after sale. 'r, l'oles t0 tuo beginning, containing payable in 0 and 12 months, in equal lit! acres, moro or less. installments, said bonds to he approv- Second Tract On tho waters of ed by tho commissioner, hearing in- i:im Lick Creek, owned by Albert terest at the rate of G per cent per Wright, beginning at a gum on tho annum, and to havo tho force and tenth side of tho Hartford and Lcitch- - effect of a judgment. Given under my hand this tho 14th. Hold road; thenco east .with said road to a btone about 10 feet from J. D. day of July, 1010. OTTO C. MARTIN, " Clark's orchard fence; thenco about Master Commissioner, North to a stone in the third hollow 3t3 from the Hartford and Leitchflelcl j Heavrln & Kirk. Glenn &. Sim-roathenco about W. to a stone In L. 'merman, Attorneys. d; In every homo where there is a baby thoro should also be a bottle of McGEE'S ABY ELIXER. It may bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It Is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or Injurious drug of any kind. Prlco 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m ftp "tot foBBckeai tm i . smmNS4aTO5MSwjfraw:Bra&HtoKa. ty'rrjsj-i-y SS5SSjS Cry for FleWies' yv- fc COMMISSIONER'S SALE.' Ohio Circuit Court. Pcoplo's Savings Dank, ot al., Plaintiffs. Vs; Notlco L. T. Wright, et al.. Defendants. lly vlrtuo of a judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered in the ahovo styled action, at tho July term, 1913. directing iiui as Commissioner of said Court, to sell tho hereinafter doscrlbed laud for tho purposo ot pa) lug tho judgment of the plalntltfs against tho defendants, ns follows: In the sum of ?1,-4with t! per cent Interest therein from Juno fi, 1010, credited by tho following sums: $10. M paid March 1. 1014; if50.00.pald April 10, 1011. 110.50 paid August 111, 191 1; $100. paid October 10, 1011: $70. SO, psld November 17, 1014; $71.0(1, paid Dec. 8, 1014; $41.GG. paid January 25, 1015, and $247.50, pild March 5, 1014, together with the cost of tho above styled action and the casts of this sale, 1 will offer for sale at public outcry, to tho highest and best bidder nt tho court houso door iu Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho 4th day ot August, 1010, it being tho first day of tho regular term of tho Ohio County Court, nt about 1 o'clock p in., on a credit of G and 12 months, tho following doscrlbed property, vU: Two tracts of land, viz: First Tract On tho waters of Elm Lick Creek, beginning at a black oak on tho side ot tho Hartford & I.oitch-tleroad, Clark's corner; thenco with saM road S. 75 E. 34 polos, S. G2 E. 18 poles, S. GO E. 22 poles, S. 55 E. 15 poles to a white oak in Sam Cox's lino; thenco with his lino W. 40 uoles to a white oak Cox's corner; thence with another of his lines W 42 20 roles to u wl.lt taU, t)$ dl IlfafSI II) !il 11 7 2Tbc .t'.a. w.rriwTJ'i Your Strength Kind You Have Always Bought, aud which has been in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of . and has been made under his per- y? EOna supervision since its infarcy, AAllow no one to dec;ive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. l &ffi'si'"- j - v. Nervous Energy 50 A Nervo Sedative containing Ingredients recognized by Specialists as having great value in the Treatment of Nervous Diseases. & T C J Castoria is a harmless substitute! for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing cJj'rufj. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is iu, guarantee. For move than thirty years it has been iu c. iuunt use for the reli of Constipation", Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allayiug Fevtrisuaess arising therefrom, and by regulating th3 Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving heathy and natural sleep. The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. .' What is CASTOR I A GENUBNS CASTORS A Bears the Signature of r-- ALWAYS M. L. McCRACKHN. "A AT ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. POTATO WAKT. Lexington, Ky., Juno 26, 1910. It has been brought to my attention within tho last tow days by tho United States Department of Agriculture that tho recently discovered potato disease, POTATO WAUT, Introduced into Ponnsyh-nulfrom abroad, is possibly to bo found in o the (ouatry, tit'.UT Every state is being asked to organise a FIELD TO FIELD Oil GAR- - Farm Demonstrator. The first principle of money making Is money saving. John Waua-niake- r. " """" kc'ii . or lazy, you noed a good cleaning out, HERHLNE Is tho right thing for that purposo. It stlmulatos tho llvor. toue3 up tho stomach and purifies the Sold by howeU Prlca tit) cenU m Ohio County Drrg tVn.uaiiy It you feel "bin's" "no account," la Use For Over 30 Years THK CtNTAUH !. i' The Kind You Have Always Bought COHMNV, N KW VORK OITV, .! t M Spend 3 Days Pleasantly j And Be Entertained by the Country's Most Accomplished Entertainers Comprising gpa BmswmaiBi .S,r-- i mmllliiw"l r- -t - - " I I"? nlflDGL WBM ifflMUwHir AJI " U I'M "QKtJi lS 1 83 m 1 JJcESSt J iTU - .w A, -- poll tnx, hence tho election ordered Is for the purpose of levying nml collecting n tn on property only, am'j nml N'n8 bcliiR c.illeil for roHtiltvil :tn follows; II. T. Itlco, Yes; Q. II. Ilrown. Yon; V. S. Dean, Yes; W. C. D.uinh-jertYes; 11. C. Kluiiula, Yes; 0 V. Howe, Xo; Sam L. Stevens, Absent; Kil Shown, Yes. YIlcrctl1on th motion was ilcclarcil carried nml so onlcrcil. I MACK COOK, J. 0. t' '" ('oiiinioiiucatth Of KiMiliicl.y Ohio Comity Court I, W. C. lllenkenslilp, Clerk of the Ohio County nml Fiscal Courtx, ilo oertlfy that tho forc'KoliiK embracing three p.iros besides this one. Is a true nnd correct copy of the order, made, callini; nn election for the purpose of taking the sense of tho leal oters of Ohio County, Kentucky, upon tho question of levlns n -- Oe road tax, for a period of fUe ear.s, made by the Ohio County Fiscal t'onit at ts speelnl Juno Term, 1010, which nr der appears of recoid In Fiscal Court Order Hook, No. I, on pases 11 to 1". y, i luelushe. WltneoK my hand as Clerk afoie-.ilth is LM'ith day of .lime. UM'.l V. C. nLANKIINSIUP Clerk Ohio Cnunt.v Cmirt d, E ; put the tailoring into a rnisiw.NT OUDEH. AM) I'OW'BU siiKiiii'F of oiuo coc.vn Kl.N tfcky. i hi:ui:iiy cm si: tiii: IJSIIKI) Y1KTI UK OF VKSTKI) MK IN 11Y to Tin: kokki.o Till'. S FOUKSAtI) OIIDFU TO hi: l'l It AS KKQFIUK!) H NM) NI) FFUTHFU DIUFCT SMALL CAl'Si: Till: VAUIOt S OF- - l., Till: S.v Vf . t&s&Sp 'LjA wt ... ji oim:n a . EsrF& Sl' VMS' V. YOTINO fici:us wnosi: dfty it is. to poll in facii of tiik FLACKS VITIUN OV OHIO ON K'UY. TUB NI). llllli, TO VKV. "KEEPK00L" summer suit that makes it "stand up in use, and the style that makes it "stand out" in a crowd. C(.FNI' Aldl'ST Tin: sknsi: STl I hwf I t ; llSf affix I j voti: oft in tiii: auoyi: and oudi:u foukooinc. witni:ss .aiy hand, this tiii: JtUh, DAY OF S .11 Ni:. A I). 1019 A. HUATCHHH. ' or tiii: qilifh:i) Keep-Ko- ol The National Summer Suit for Men l I Sheriff, Ohio County. T.WF.S HCK. State. County and Common school ta bilU, tor tho present ear b.ne been placed In my hands for collection Cash la needed with which to pay running expenses Come and bill while It may bo Bet our ta urocured at cost. S. A. nUATCHFH. Sheriff of Ohio County. o JLSTt:K COMMIsslONFIFs MM! t "KEEP KOOL" is our trademark it is not a general trade term. Every Keep-KoSuit has the label sewn under the collar. ; ol i carson Si & iOo ? "--f- -f iiiiyiiytt ',''M-wa,w"- "tf-rfl- " " Will Itnd enchantment to your very scul in ths production of native Hawaiian Music Led" 'Bi bv eminent platiorm artists will please, entertain, and instruct. biiiiUAi. N PEOPLE. INDUCEMENTS TO OUT-OF-TOW- THe Pilipli-a- o Seretiaders 24-25-2- L St. Clair, et al.. Fiiniii h Yh; Notice of Sal Barbara Lnnford. el ,u , li h'.m t 't r By vlrt.ire of a j i I ; i i . i u ' of n ale of J'e ')!ii i ( in n ' ( u.u Ma I. rn tered ut illi n o ni" to above atylet! attlon. dire'1 r- 'sell the hereinafter descitli"' ty, for the purpoi of pim: il.i m- -' ilpbti'dni's .iR.dnMt th c t it. ut .1 S. , it-i pr-i.- t Ohio Clr.'iilt .ii rt Hartford, Ky. A9 A OMJ ssaajiBmraasaaasganasggcre'cre aAsssa4ftji i & C. ; l.un-lur- S'I(1 the b.ilii'tc oi tiii' pnx ai on K the widow and i hiMx .1 d'M'"S"l aid I i.i i idri ...v. t liI - n ' C t 8ai,. llt ,MlbUc outery t.i tu. l.lliU lll."l lllllllt'l .11 '! ' ' Hi. K'.l ' '. . door in Harttord u Mom'.i.. . iiu-a- -I Llinfn-- II' r H Kj TV ave HARTFORD, KY., JULY ORDER FOR 20 CENT ROAD TAX ELECTION 6. 41 & A tr.ut or parcel of land lying ami i same manner and by the .same pro- electlonb. J on OIli" It Is resolved and so ordered ?ha.'1't'lnK ' t iitL. ill Count. KenfiiKy. nmt J cess that ho collects other taxes and ...... ..... fl llin ""''--as' follows: ii l'l .I..-- I. " I1 Hi .l l... ,.!"'" IIIU UCUIfll ll.Jlll lllU'til i for the collection of the tax levied .!. IIIUll bounded & beginning at u ' !!' in thi North hereunder the sheriff .shall be entitled levied and collected shall be uee, & to and allowed a commission of 1 per expended and applied in each and sev- bouudaiy line of I Ij(!T h. Toni State Of Kentucky, Ohio ."il'a pi'esi respective inaglsteil.il dis- thence iiiuning X. tent of the amount so collected and eral of tho 'to a stone; thence N. 42 K On poles i J County Fiscal Court You can save money only 1 "i no more, us provldet' in stcticn U'07-11- 4 tricts of tho county where said tac. to a stone: thence S. 72 K i so levied and collected, so tlmt , I)(li.s to a stone: thonco N. ::i po!e, are June 26th, 1919 of Kentucky Statutes, Vol :i. while you have moi.cy. to a h.ivs.ifras and dogwood, iln-ntThe question of voting said tu of each of .said districts bhall reu-lv; ;!S When old age comes don't be and Nl"'", t0 l;,N0 T' '' ',ks 4? i It appearing tli.it Ohio county lias 2"c ad alorum on the. hundred dol- - all.. and in full tho taxes so levied ...... anil,", w chestnut on a blanch; thence up 4? t,.. fettered by the folly of your not Kiiffiiient amount of money for,lars woith ot property subject by UUIIITlUll UlUIUIII. IVIHIIII uuieiuiij- . ... ..,..,, !IG I oles to I...I.,,,... ,,. i i- road imrposes and that tho present (lu to local taxation, small bo sub- - selected for their competency and put the Junction ol another blanch; younger days. It is pitable cM HVfltmn of road workliiB b road hands mltted to the voter in the following under bond for the fair and falthlul thonco up the leiihand branch P 2" ! ' to be old and poor. " Irll"-Vniporformance of tholr dutios will ' Bank and unsuitable for the languugn and not otherwise: V ii ina d.ii.iate .... ...... 49 l4 n o iVu x ''t I J .. .....1 ..I .1... .... wl. ..f , omiilo.M'd in each district to see after polos to tho beginning, containing .... ,. I . I. I in -- ". .. 4? your money, save your monAre )U f()l u ,,rol)ertv Ux ,)f f tho work theroin, and said ta.- - a ill iiicios, more or less . hinliig been called 4? ,.. ,, Iv Ohio io.ii)t. and nn nll ey, and provide against misbo for tho cxcluslvo worl.nm uid The purchaser will be iciiilrcd to upon b the State Cimml.soiner of ( died dollars worth of piopeity upkeep ot tho public road and Ml 'execute bonds Immediate) nlti r sale fortune and tho day of old pillillc Hoi.ls of Kentucky, at. well an I county, to be levied each In the 'to be appioved hv tile coiumlsslouer bridges and culvorts theroon ol ild ipa.vnhlo In two eciual InstallmeutK by a Inig.- nuiitber of citizens of Ohio f ago. year for five jears, for tho purlebiiectlvo dUtrlcts, and .shall l '"' bearliiK Intel si ut (J per 'en, to huv cuuntv hj )H!tltIon for a better and l pose of improWng or conutruct-iag- . to the force ami elterl of a J.l jt lent, upiioi.lonod, used, and applied I moie adequate h.vhIhih ot the work Inn I'ltbei ot both, thu loitds will be retained r.s 'iddl- 'and a lien i'i)"nv i re fivstro. if "nil wo l nnd up'netp of the country matin of I Oil' i I L,l m Ot til" t... i ..! o.i tn lane! tlir::1! .T' fc la i'uiu ciiuu iv : i die load i i i sold. .mi :. Ohio couaty, and liuiujr deuud oi' 4? S A Ilratcher. Hheriff of Ohio eoun- now In oxlstanen to a vs m my linn I as coiinl'-- t 4? mooting thix deuiuud In thu best and Given under to ordered hlonor .itoieMiild, this tho 11th day ol 4? muni prai hh, and It further unit Ky.. Ik hereby appointed, election, ,'t.t working said retain by the ti'o if .July. 101U. ; ,1 'pi oper and improved, adequate directed to hold wild ftWWUinK i hat a special election upun u . .viaii iirrii iConimlsslimor. ri.. 4? inachinoiy, by tenuis, !tl! unci ho shall eutnw h poll to ha road the quetlit of a sue load ts.x uiiiy ? 4? ''aeti unit all or the pieciucts graders, acrapeis, ilitcliera, drags, ij. Ite held ut a primary election at but Wedding and Glenn, Attys. ? vry Hiuull ixpenae lu addition to thu throiiKhout Ohio county, on the above uumite, dtills, nnd other ro.nl 4? i otht rwhw required, and made uanied date an tho law In such caso.s u icc, ndaptnbla and suitable .or MASTKIt rOMMISKION'KK'S SAI.13. Ohio Circuit Court. HARTFORD, KY. Meenhtiry l.y holiMng of a primary direct and he will Hrst advertise both hills and lowlands, so that ion J. V. Dudley. I'lnlntlff Vs; -.- Notice etion for it geueral purpohes, it Hld election by having a certllled mil all tactions of road whether hill uw, on aotlon of Ksq 1) P. ltlce, fopy of tills order published in a or lowland mhall have the atti m.i.i J. .II. Grogg, liotendaut. 4? M. 1'iiiKuaiit tci a Juilgini'iit and order n' ml , i mljuilhed b the court weekly newspaper puiitiuiieu anil ii.iv- - neces .ary and suitable for its pru,ier . & f sale entered in the ubovo si..' I VK the larjjot itriuiatiou .In Ohio upkeep mid convenient usu for i " Ii i rial ebt Ion hi' held h at tho July teim l'JIU, dlicci- ... uays do- - aeveral - communities nuecieii an n r action to e.poe for s.ilu tho herelu-atto- r lunt.v. ror ut nut inniy Of ' Ohio t'omitv and in each il iug me poles: thence with jc m n,,,i i doscilbcd propoil, fur the pur-po- a corner to Horrm.iu: thonco run- - :i .i pwtlncts therein on Au- - fore the date of sUl election, and V. the general traveling public "'U i lie of paying the Judgment of tho nlngS S6 K i:iC, polos to a stono; O T.ijIor'H nml .1 N licrrvn n's i, lillTt. fin the puip.'-- of sub- - (' lilettkeuHhip. Clerk ot Ibia court, U iiuichusu of Hitch machinery, I'm ii J!'0,'" ",' thonco N "I W. 25 poles to n stono, lands. N. ,; uin , lieielu. in and direitjd to immediately nionts and tools Hliull bo iikhIo !i no plaintiff with Intoiest the sum of thu cornor to Bcrrymanj thenco S. fi n place or I .ittln i hi' QHentlou of votlug a tax thoreoii at beginning, conta nlng "t m: ti- .event out of the funda derived irom ot 10c on the $100 00 nn all property furnish the sheriff aforesaid a cei iioas lo tnieo posts and stono; ucros more or less into of C pur cent per annum from the i lielng the sanui Ihm.i nnWcM h law to lo"al laxutlon tor the tled cuiy of this order fur the pur- - tho 20c road tux, but inclusively from 12th day of November, 19U., until thonco S. 4 Vi W. :!! poles to a .stake; ,.,..,....i ... i" .. .. paid, together with the cost ot tho thence N S7. V 17 milos! , Ilii'iii'ii (li., .lr....i... JI .,, lil'fll.ir '"' ...w .V..(,,,. ti.t.l I the funds dorlved from taxes lwpov ' .( ut or (luisti'i'llou "f tbi I'osi of said advertising, Diiuiey, n llio cost ot f . vv. mi ,5 poius 10 a r ubovo styietl acilou ami sale at pub- - to Whltescarvor; thenco giuu, ciirnur Tiijlor, his fUy Taylor nnd Mnrv m lovlod and collected each ynbiii loada and hilduei. ot the coun- Mild Said sherifl and cleik are S. 10 polos this sale. will offer for wife, on the "nth ti, either, or iMjth. Said siiiouut ot tax further ordered and diieetud to do us alroady provided by luvv, nnd tho lie outcry to the highest and best , to tho center of C'onoy Creek, and Kebrutiry, 11107, which llee i,,v .1 u dollsi-an the lnindi-ahMil Lu uml to perform euc-l-i and uvurythiug men now subject to dutios as road blddor at tho Court llouso door. In with tho meanders or Cony Crook N. record in the Ohio Countv ri..riv , Kentucky, on .Mondiiy. '01 W. 20 polos; thenco S. 29 W. 10 flco in deed book 111 me)i year for a period of'flve ytn inquired under the laws of the C'cuu-a- d hands throughout the county k'na'.l Hartford. in 32 Vj poles to Tho purchaser will bo rVniLi . August 4lh., iai!. this being tho tlrst ' poles; thonco S. 28 of mouwoalth ot Kentucky lu advur-th- u bo leloased from such duty. ho aj Munt ot money in exc clay of the regular term of. tho Ohio 'Junction of Coney Creek nnd Green executo bonds Imniedlatelv iifi.'r I amor a that cum h rained by the tinK ami conducting aald election, Tho amount of said tax shall .tot County Court, at about the hour of Klvor; thonco with tho meanders of payable in C nnd 12 t lovy In oae year shall be expended In nnd lu pioparlng and inosorvIiiL' the o.xcaud tho said rate ot 20c on tho one o'clock 1'. M.. upon a ciodlt of six (Jroen Itlvoi N U2 W. 12 polos; Installments, said bonds 1,'. ?11 'thonco S. 80 ft W 1C poles; thenco S. proved by the commissioner tbm yar, and all indebtodnei. creiit-- j ballots mid ami cottlfv-ci- d hundred dollars as aforesaid nor be nnd twelve months, tho following 1. i'1'" vv. .w poies; uieiico n. uava vv. interest at tho rato of G n,,;,, doscribect property, "' hi hu ona vour tor mh ron an! ing the vote, and said election is levied or collected for a longer pciln Coitain lands situated in Ohio 'ii polos; thenco N. 77 Vj W. 19 poles; annum. Said bonds to lnvn 11.. rco ahull be paid out of reeled to 1m held lu all respects us o thun five years. As it is not wlthh, County, Ky.. and l)lng on tho waters thonco N. :9 piiriiobes W. 40 poles; thenco and effect of n JudRiiieit Given under my iii mo luud riisocl in that cur Said qiiii-- i d by "uw goveinlng such elec our power to lovy or navo collected of Oreen river and - bounded und N. 29 Vj W. 50 poles Vhenco leaving running with dny or July, l!tii hind utb ta.x in 1 an ad valoruni tax to bo iioub, and under tho general elocMon , any poll tnx additional to that ulruadv described us follows- lielng a one- - said Green Klvor und I, O. Taylor's In and to tho the lino of N J! und OTTO 1" Icvii'l- - ' ,.ca nnd colli etc d by lb laws 0f this toiinnouw altli nuw Ti pvled and collected, nor to sub' ut fifth undivided interest y, K at poles; thenco N 3f following described land: 'land N, 28 Master Coimuli.' "cr U. 10 h'litf , 'he sjnie time and lu tho firce which relu'e .in ;ai.y o u li th" qui Mon ot votlus au ..J' ' r ,' lKB.u.idfc a, thenco N. ! a stcuc uud hickory, John U Wilson, AttTuc-to-v.11 f- r. Hilar lt'Iti. ill ui'iinty court day at one u n F , upon a credi ut i ami 1'ulvc nioiulis, the tollm' i::, (!" r 'I ed piop-- f !. ! -- August ? it. M oney l i J J 5 .. .! I ?- .... ... - y . ., ...I.. j ,,. 1 1 i - i J t. nt upp'i-Myaax- c BANK OF a MRTFGRD ....... . .... tf5vww'ii''vvvtfv5ipJ5?v; II i y iu e y ... -- 1 :e 1 s 1 .,.,,' 1 g to-wi- t: 1 1 't.fi ,r re-th- v l-- ",j