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The Hartford republican: July 25, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919072501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 25, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. c She Jfortftfd Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Republican Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919. No. 4 HOUSE HANDS 000ZE A .ZlhS.hh ?SK.!RECORB .... !..... ... Willi, imh, ihjii Pln-iii mil l.l(n f t. iuiiii ..ttl n (ii t vJii.i 1 J11H is pruim m uiu i u- (,()nl for (iny ono fnmy M Mt H0C. (Ion. it Ih mom llinii llkuly Hint thu Preacher's fiuiilly did the most of thu picking, though wo imvo not inter viewed Mrs, Fuqun nhont tho nuittcr. Neither do we know whether tho Pur-so- n r PRICES PAID FOR 1918-1- 9 LONDON TOWER MAY OE i LllLOl rtlll II1AULUI HUH HI'HHOII. CROP KAISER'S PRISON tho ghost of Mary Queen of Scots, whoso execution was arranged by Queen Elizabeth, nppcars immediate- death of a king or queen. .The ghost Is until In iioiu ii'fuuiuu it nttdi tu luiVn ntinnnrtwl n short time before tho death of Vlc- I FINAL KNOCK-OU- T No Theories Reveal Cause For Disaster To The Big Balloon Only no ono ever met nun- Washington, July 22 Ily a voto of New York, July 19. William Ho- n the Tower without a trial. Chicago, .July 22. chops m:i:i kaix. henzollern. who set out to overcome rjlosu convicted as spies in the Into nearly three to one, the House, weary to t In cause of the explosion and y passed the world, is now facing the prospect war r,!CCVed trials, and those who of talkon prohibition, d tnntioii by fire of (he dirigible Other than one or two local showof imprisonment in the Tower of I.on- - fcar tno Kaiser may not be treated n "'" or "s enforcement, with pro-do- n. machine reuniting In twelve dentin ers that fell Tuesday, the entire counHint famous old prison and fort- - fnry enough have this precedent to visions and penalties, so drastic as to y ty bus been with out rain for some mil Injury to 2S other persons bring from tho men who framed It tho less, built In 1078 by William the calm their fears. were elec(ed at tho flrnt ses-lu- ii time now. Crops of all varieties arc .prediction that It would forever sup- Conqueror. France does not wish n t, of Hie coroner's liuiuiry today. very much in need of moisture, some press the liquor traffic on American for former Kaiser to he sent to Lou XHAIt FUtK. Tip' cause of the disaster seemed corn and nearly all tobacco is twisting tlon for Imprisonment and trial be soil. a far from disclosure as at the me- badly during the hot part oftho day cause she fears ho may be too kindly Tle fire alarm was sounded Tucs-- 1 Exactly 100 members fifty-tw- o nu lit when flame spurted along the and It is not at all unusual to find Hepuhll- treated there, since ho Is related to Jay evening about 5:40 o'clock, which Democrats and forty-eigin which crops are beginning gi, lug as It soared above Chicago's Klng George. Hut n glunco over the luckily proved to be no more than n cans refused to support it. Against akjsrr.ipers before plunging down to brown and burn at the ground. history of London Tower and its roll combination coal and poultry house tn's oven hundred, the prohlbitlon-o- f thioiigh the roof of a great bank, Only the very earliest of tobacco Is distinguished prisoners might dis-'n- n tho premises of Mr. John D. Hoi- - 'sts' putting up a solid front to tho ; premium flames aniong bookkeepers, we are really Injured If any at all. hut pel that doubt. brook. The small building was well very last, polled 2S7 votes. 111 II clerks and stenographers preparing ....!... ttt j. n mtliw1 IfllttWi tfi A hroad smile spread over faces The place of banishment called charred upon tho inside, but no nin-- 1 " f" rail at an early date If material to end their day's work. mm London Tower Is really composed of terial damage resulted other than to ot prohibition leaders, Tor their work money lor tno nueti iiuiuik t uthorItles .however, apparently damage is to be escaped. tho ever before Iln tho Houso was ended and tho rule season thanKentucky. So within were about twenty towers, but takes Its the roof. to place responsias a general C.nrilcns vi re determined high history of name from tho largo square tower in bucket measure was ready for the Scnato, Had not the ever-read- y bility on some one. Assistant States need moisture very much more than prices that many more acres nrc tho center of the group called White brigade been prompt in answering whore many of its restrictions may Attorney James l.owry, in charge of corn and tobacco. The ground as a the being cultivated this year than last. Tower. This building is tho nucleus the call, damage of a very serious na-- ( I,(3 modified or stricken out. Ckak- Interrogation of witnesses for the rule having been cultivated too wet, Just what prices will prevail this fall or tho collection or structures and turo may have resulted, owing to the room rumor persisteti niak ait il tins t.itn declared prosecution was cer-- t is not in condition to,stand much dry Is problematical. Some growers be- was built by tho Conqueror on the nearness or the tiro to tho residence, legislative effort migi.t end on tho if ii to follow the Inquiry, probably weather, hence the great need for shoal of a presidential veto, although lieve the pi Ice will compare favor- site of an old Konian fortress. and unfavorable wind at the time. on grounds of criminal negligence rain. Pastures in sections also need ably with that of last year while tho general view was that it would oa At present the enclosure covers to get rain. Crass is beginning aril carelessness. i be signed and passed. others .say that owing to the largo thirteen acres. It Is a prison, fort- -, At leal four theories for the start lather brown and new growth has BIBLE INSTITUTE acreage the price will drop far below ress and palace for tho king, although Opposition is Overetynr;. f the fire were heard nearly ceased, in many sections. the high record of last fall. tho rooms reserved for him aro never Heforo tho House put the bill on llcnr Theories of Cihim'. 11MH Hurley Sold. put to use. Here In tho Tower are Fordsvillc Haptist Church's Annual Its passage' one Hnal fcehlo hand l'llot John lloettler, who has been During the last season 2S4,SS.0SC kept crown Jewels, regalia and pieces URGE LOWER PRICES was reached forth to strike it 0 wn Session, Auk a to held in custody, told the state's nttor-- n 'and put in its place a briefer a.'d pounds of Hurley tobacco of the 19 IS of armor of different periods. It was y that .spontaneous combustion CoiifCiess .Musi Act To Urine Kellef crop were sold for $91. S!i9.!i29.G2, or used also as an arsenal during the tmc fourth session, Annual Dlhla more liberal measure. This t ok tho probably was tin: cause. h an average of $32.24. Of the 1917 war. bill by To Itiirdeneil IVople i of a Institute of Fordsvllle laptist Church oung. chief of the aeroiiau-l- i ' (' crop lfi.7G2.1ffi pounds of Hurley The building known as the White Wj conveno August 2nd to 8th. in- - Kepresentative Igoe, Democrat, ,il forces of the (looilyear Tire and Washington, July 21 Demand were sold for $49. (521, 109. 98 or an is said to have been designated cltislvo. An extensive and splendid souri. Introduced some days ago, and Itiibix r Company, owner of the dirigl-- I that Congress act to reduce the cost average of $29.71! per hundred lbs. in tho form of a Tor the Kaiser. White Tower, tho pr0Kram ias been arranged, in which offered tiigixtcd burning of oil from the of living was niado by Progressive li tobacco sold of tho of which was started by Wll- - nppears talent of exceptional ability t'ou to recommit, which meant Its y i" tor i ylinilers. In state- - 191S crop amounted to no, 415, 120 Ham of old, was finished twenty years .uj learning. Kepubllcan Senators substitution for tho general entorce- hit lit ThoimiH AtkliiR. purchasing nients to the Ciiited Press. puonds, bringing $ I,:ifl4,(i70.51 or an lator by his son, William Unfits, who gong services during the entire niont measure, If the Houso saw fit. Corps. i i ,t tor the Motor Transport "This situation Is becoming so bad average of $ll.:tr. per hundred lbs. began to build Traitor's Gate and ,n0etlng will b i .Kler the direction of Uut the House did not. ;. I was inclined to believe a that the party in power must take Of the previous year's crop P.. CI 2,4 Of. St. Thomas Tower. II'- Igoe's motion was defeated 225 Evangelist Davi 1 .M. Huges, of Now- v;. ...'.! was responsible and that some definite action before tho next pounds of tobacco were t0 laG. nml thls voto analyzed meant Keeently opened to tho public are rcrt. ' 'l I. rtrliity caustjil combustion. momhers who election or accept the consequences," sold for $607,4 I (5.151 or an average of the secret dungeons of White Tower. that nt least thirty-si- x favored a more liberal bill took the 1 ) "Mi i'f' id Morrison, a member of Senator Capper. Kansas. Kepubllcan. $20. IS per hundred pounds, KATS. places of great historic Interest. Their IJOATS Ul'dS t mil's jury and a technical ex- - warned. Senator Keuyon. Iowa, and Total Fired Dark, '"ore drastic ones when thore was no gray walls' hold gloomy secrets and r I the broken others echoed the opinion. wiui examined crop or unfiled dark tn- - tales or The 19 IS A number of young peoplo spent other choice. In this tower Is tho horror. up nested that he found all i or i There was no unexpected reversals Conxmss moved to strike at the bacco sold on the Kentucky market cell where Sir Waltor Kaliegh lived the evening on tho river last Tuesdav. ' open and that sparks there-- 1 high cost of living i y a iihiountfil to 2:'..7."i0.20G pounds. This ten years. when Ho was released t,o go on Tho boys furnished tho means of Husted, Kcpublican. New York, who m. i have iKtiited tlie gu bug. committee of tho Senate started in class of tobacco brought $3,5 17,048.-searc- h i a South American expedition for tho transportation and the ladles furnish- - In the individual voto representative it. nit State's Attorney l.owry of profiteers in Washington. 41 or an average of $14.93 per king and beins unsuccessful returned ed the cats. They were somo eats voted as a member of tho Judiciary a be ibief of police to take into i haw become so acute here died pounds. Of the 1917 crop only to be beheaded. too. Some one loaded a victrola on Commltteo to report out the bill, was ( II tn' two officials of the local of-lto some of the Senators. 2(50.9 13 pounds of tin fired dark Theso dungeons know tho tortures tho boat and Hie strains of music recorded against It, while Uopreson-o- f Wlscon-bloin the (looilyear company for Hoveninient employes are quit- - bneoo sold for $300,904. SI or an av-tlGuy Fnwkcs. convicted of trying to mingled with tho sputter or the en- - tatlve Classon, Kopublican, questioning. Their names were not and threatening to impair the erage of $13.30. per hundred lbs. up tho Houses or Parliament. A glno (when It could bo Induced to sin, who signed tho minority report, divulged Seventeen persons, most elllclency of departments. The total tired dark tobacco sold of small cell connecting two dungeons sputter) and blended into a very was recorded tor It. of them mechanics, of the company's Calls Hill Impossible, Senators hope to throw light on the the 191S crop amounted to 19.701,-cau- was his resting placo between period? soothing and melodious clamor. The forces were questioned last night and wave through- - SS3 pounds, bringing $3,(565.741.82 or torture on tho rack. This room Is paity left tho wharf about an hour Representative, Pou. Democrat, of tho high-pric- e today summoned for the inquest. Food, clothing and or an average of $18 per hundred fittingly called "Little Ease." Hint the country. before sundown and returned at dusk North Carolina, an ardent prohibiI'llol.s Won't Testify. rents will be studied, wholesale deal- - pounds. may possibly The oats were spread in tho wuods of tlonist. voted against tho bill, after Tho former Kaiser The first session of the coroner's ers, retailers and consumers will bo. There were a total of 42,463,845 pass through Traitor's Gate, where all ITnolo George Philips. The male having pointed out that a av so pounds of the Ureon Kiver tobacco Inquest on which state and federal hoard. sentenced to the Tower for members or the party In the mean vere as not to permit a farmer's wifo ofllcials are waiting before action "This question Is or more import- - sold for $G,30S,S30.7S or an average cvecutlon or imprisonment wero timo having aroused a roaring nppe- - to make a hottlo of blackberry wino prosecution was anco right now than tho League of of $14. S6 per hundred pounds. Of brought in the olden times. Here the from swimming, proceeded to for her own use, never could he looking toward marked by the refusal of pilot Nations." Capper said. "It Is cans- - the provlous year's crop for 23,475 o described forced. Lady Jano eat up the lovely ltoettner and his chief. Mr. Young, to lug revolution In F.uropo and over pounds were sold for $3,539.22 or an Grey, beheaded because sho had been grub. Tho girls of course did not l.Ol'lSVILLK MAUKETS. testify Their refusal was on the here, and people are getting more average of $15.40 per hundred lbs. "r used as a tool to keep Mary Tudor off lot thoni do all of the eating, hut A ml advice of counsel representing the and more dissatisfied." tli.k tliKmiA ..... lintn nnacnil A 11 fliniitml cnmit UtlOAfl lit lIlflWltlfT , tlll . hi, ...,.....,-JtlOl,t 44l DilUtt till 0WIIIU jj..-U1C LIUUili:. Will IICIU company. Pl'FFKD l'l Hogs have attain made a new high j "It is the biggest battle facing Con- '.Iloleyn. beheaded because sho could sandwiches disappear. ' While local officials asserted re- gress i Keuyon declared. "It f not keep tho favor of Henry VIII, her1 Tho return trip was made under record. Host $22.S5; 120 up to 1GH D. K. Ward, County Tax Conimls-I- t husband. sponsibility for the accident was to Is a fight that cuts across party lines, Ithochaperonugo of ninny, many bugs, pounds $21.86; 120 pounds down be fixed on some one, no evidence dovides those In Congress Who are sinner and County Agent M. L. Others who suffered Ignoble deaths which wero vory thick and somo said I19.S5; throwouts $19.75. down. developed to show the company had to solve the high cost of living Crackin, so their best friends say, In tho Towor woro Sir Thomas Moro. they tasted almost as good as thy! Cattle Market rather quiet will been negligent. The assistant state's problem from those who seek to pro- - aro somewhat "swelled up" slnco they once a friend of tho King; CntherP 'other eatables. Hut we doubt It and a tendency to slowness. Prlmo heavy attorney called attention to a letter tcct tho special interests." have been finally and fully inducted Howard. Archbishop Cranmor and have no desire to try it out. Wo hope steers $1314; heavy shipping $12 . linlo their nowiy rcniodled quarters, many others whoso names woro once light to have been wrltton by Mr. "l s.ild that this trip may bo duplicated in S la : medium $10 50tT12; prepared for them at the court houso. noteworthy. Siting to his assistants urging speed KAPTIST .MISSION tow- - mo W io.ou. iui neuers ?jnfii.v. Fow over entered tho tho near future when there are HO.Mtl) MKKTIXfJ Ward's quarters arc tho sanio used in as entitling the machine here. fat cows $S ?T10. DO; medium $15 8; Tower to como out except tor execu- - ur bugs and gnats. I.leut Atkinson ten! If led that the last year, while tho County Agent. t!on on Towor Hill. Icuttora anil canners $ S TC r 0 ; bulm Gooilyo.ir Company's balloons bore an '$7 50 9; feeders $ 9 fj 11; itockoro Tho last mooting of our Mission when in town, may ho found on tho FISCAL COl'ItT MKHTS. It is near Traitor's Gate that spies' excellent reputation In the army. Thu I'lturd. prior to tho Co A ! . v. ill ho floor Just over the Tax Commission-hol- d are shot down nt dawn. During tho $7.50 10; common to choice uiilc't (!T 1 10.00. licuttnuut, who wltuesKVd tho acciat Hartford. Ky.. July 28th 1919 or's office. 'recontly ended war twelve spies wero The Ohio County Fiscal Court met cows $45 dent from an automobile, said: at 10 a. m. Calves Market steady. Hoit veaN TT, TT In special session. put to death there. ihoro Wednesday .Ml IS. ISOItKKT Dl'KK. All mouibors of tho Hoard please, 15; medium to good 510 "The hydrogen escaping from a Nearly opposite this gate is the with all of tho Justices present with 11.00 l .....tl!..1.1.. I... .1.1 it inuiii.wiiu leaky valve anil mixing with tho air, oe present anil muiiu mm begun by tho exception of Squlro H. C. Ithoads. 14; common to medium $6 10. Illoody Tower, which was Mi. Kobort Duke died nt her Edward III, about 1304. This tower of tho Hartlett district. Tho court Sheep and Lambs Host lambs $111 w.'s probably ignited by static elec- Mission. homo, near Sunnydale, Sunday aftor- It do not believe KUSSELL WALKEK. tricity In the air. was tho scene or that tragedy of death. Instituted steps to hnvo all of thi 010.25; seconds $11011.25; culls itoou about 1:30 o'clock, llcforo of tho two young princes, bohs of Chairman. wn po1- - Iblo for sparks from the repaired and put In good con- - $71K. An advance of 50 cents was hor marriage sho was Miss Sarah to Ignite the bag." Mr. P.. H. Martin was up- - scored on best sheep, quotations IV. sniothored to death by their ditlon. ward Catherine Acton, daughter of Gabriel The lletttenaut testified that he l S. OPKXS FKJIIT TO uncle. Itlchnrd. Earl of Gloucester, .pointed special coiiitnisHloitor to lmvo .bout $7. 50 8; bucks $5.50 down. SAI.K and Cordelia Lashbrook Acton. PICKVKXT hi never had heard of rotary engines Prices to growers Potato The princes woro tho children of his (hurgo of tho work. j She was nonr G5 years of ago when hi Inr used in dirigibles. "I under-tan- d Cr K. S. How- - bulk $2.75 to $2.S0 por cwt. County Superintendent. daulrod Philadelphia. July 22 Federal nu- - sho died. Sho Is survived 'by hor dead brother,In and Itlchnrd train the aril, filed his report und settloinont loads sncKeil .i.iU(Tt J.i'O per ow i. thi- - was in the mi tine of an e.-tlipfr donth or.ler to began prosecutions son, Krnust. She was strickon with 2.13. riuiint From I ho experience the thoiities Wheat $2.09 for himself. ;tor the school year ondlng with Juiid saloon-koopcin Phlladel- - paralysis about flvo yuara ago, but throne Hot had had with the blimp, they against Com Prices rungo from $2.0S Other buildings In tho group aro 30. 1919. apparently wore working; all right," phlu for Helling boor containing nioro slnco then has boon lu fairly good ll.vward Tower, tho Middle Tower. St.. j Abide- from tho allownnco of a 2.13. of 1 pur cont alcohol in health. Itluiu one-haOuts S3 ',4 to S5 cents. he tMliled Towor. Constable Tower, .hor of smull claims, no other busl- Funeral sorvlcos woro conducted Produce Eggs, onndlod 373S The twelfth victim of tho calam- alleged violation of tho waitlino pro - ness of Importance was transacted Tower, Honuchainp Tower, Pos jhy Kov. It. 1). HenneU and burial took Hrlck Gato Tower, ity was Milton G. Norton, a photo- hibitlon act. tern tho Martin Tower ,Tho Court adjourned to meet August COUtb. grapher for a morning papor, who ' Eleven saloon proprietors and a plact at Sunnydalo, Monday morning und Holl Tower. In tho old days u!4, 'lext,. Hutter Country 35ifJ3So. Poultry Hens 23 5? 25c; medium lw Devotion to duty mark- 'number of bartenders woro arrosted. nt 10:00 o'clock. ... died moat surrounded tho Towor, but this moment. The proprietor)! wore hold In $l,(Mi to small spiiiy; chickens 2530e; ed his lust CI.OSK WATKK ESCAPE. was drained away about seventy years ItKPIUL OF DAV1.IG1IT brollors 37's4oc; old roosters 13 Ho was a voetrnn newspapor photo- ball for court and tho bartenders lu LAW IS lXSISTED I'POX ago. $500. grapher and sought tho asslgnmont Kvory Individual in town who may 'Mir; duclis lS29c; turknys 25tfj Tho Towor Is Interesting becauso i. $ 28 c. to go with tho dirigible on ono of Its Washington. July 22. In approv- for centuries dramatic events havo havo n hydrant or water faucet of tiny LKHITXIXC STltllvKS ' early test flights. Ills parachute I history of description, opon when an alarm (.' TWO IJAKXS IlL'ltX ing tho Agricultural Appropriation been enacted there. Its HI SI.VESS DEAL. Ignited as ho leaped from tho all without tho rldor repeal- - death anil torture extended down tojflro is sounded, should seo that Hill y gondola und ho fell in tho Eighteenth Centu- - eucIi escapes of water aro Immediately Lightning struck a ham on tho Ing tho daylight saving law, tho Sen-far- tho middle of tho Prof. Henry Leach has purchased street As death approached ho murthereby increasing the supply of Hoy MnlTett. near Narrows, ate Agricultural Committee directed ry, when within it tho last of tho closed, interest lu tho grocery and mured that ho hoped his enmora and u and pressure for fircfightlng. Don't a one-hawas beheaded. Tuesday afternoon, setting It aflro, Chairman Grouna to demand early Jucohito leaders plates hud not been damaged. matter, as trivial us It moat market of M. T. Likens. Mr. . members of a defeated political overlook this flames from which spread to another 'and favorable uctlon from tho Semite S, you. it might ho the Leach assumed his placo In Hie now III hr"i, also destroying It. Ono was Interstate Commerce Commltteo on party wero takon to tho Tower to bo may appear to the home, or hoiue-- firm Wednesday, which will htuuo-fort- h ioo callows of ni:miii:s saving !n stock and tho other a tobacco burn., tho separate Hou.o bill proposing ro- -' beheaded by their successful rlvaU. , means of bo known as LtUoas & Leich. A .superstition in tho Tower is that 'of others. daylight actRev. It. K. Fuqua, of this place both of which wero totally destroyed peal of the Is growing anything other tliiui blackberries on his land. Weed Crop So Profitable Historic Bastile May Be Aml icrc , t10 whito Tower, with Congress By 287 To 100 Home Of The Would-B- e Passes Dry Enforceits deep dungeons, theso eerie places Growers Increase ,of suffering, William II, former Conqueror ment Measure Cultivation will soon ho brought, if report is Kni-'se- r, theories . yes-lirdu- 111 111 Figures complied by Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen show that dur-In- g the 1918-1- 9 tobacco season 42 pounds of tobacco were sold on the Kentucky markets for Of the amount suld 401,-2:1110 pounds were of tho 1918 crop bringing $109,745,227.04. or an average of $27."." per hundred lbs. Of the previous year's crop 23,339,-15- S pounds were sold for $0,04 4,853.-5or an average of $19.42 per hundred pounds. TJjcso figures show the tobacco Frankfort, Ky.. July true. It is said that 20. ai0t to-da- $115,-7H0.il.S- 2, ht 7, 'i 'T? three-paragrap- Mis-Tow- er to-d- One-suck- er - 1 -r -- , 1 i to-tl- ng w se ed hero-to-for- I 11 f v ) ," Mc-tryl- ng --- 5. i , t 1 os Itl-:i:i- pi . to-da- y rs 1 mini-Thom- as lf , to-da- soml-cousclo- ! . I to-da- m Of-te- lf i - , 1T7T.--" PTJ'V PACIFIC FLEET GETS OFF FOR WEST COAST When The Bay Is Over b o u a o li o I (1 cares nnd Ilia I WANTS Tliere, EX-KAISE- R When the St. Helena Asks Alllei To Send A Hill l!lln worries of I'ictcrtnarltzbtirg, July 17. St. Starts Without Ceremony On Long Voyage To everyday lifo have dragged you down, mails you un- Golden Gate happy, and there is noth ing in life but 10. Olil Point Comport, Vn . July headache, backache ami worry, turn to The Pacific fleet was well on Its the right prescription, one gotten up by way tonight on the first leg of its Dr. Pierce fifty jcars ago. long loynge to the west coast Kvcrj thing growing out of the ground ceremony None of the pomp and seems intended for some uc in establishwhich marled the departure of the ing natural condition. Dr. Pierce, of from HulT.iIo, N. Y., long since found out what Atlantic fleet Hampton Roads In 1907 attended the is nntdrally best for women's diseases. y sailing of the armada under lie learned it all through treating thouAdmiral Hugh Hodman. That Is be- sands of cacs. The result of his studie-ing ipwipiI for the triumphant was a medicine called Dr. Pierce's Favorof the ships Into he Uoldcn ite Prescription. This medicine is made (late nbimt the middle of August. of vegetable growths that nature surely whoic President WlNon Is expected intemled for backache, headache, weak- to reilow them. pains, irregularities, cning, bcaring-dpw- n To Test l'.mam.i Canal. pelvic inllatnnutions, ami for the many After a week In the Virginia jnad-htodisorders common to women in all ages of preparing for 'heir oyago. the life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is grim snpor drnuhi nu'hti aii'l s.vlft made of lady's slip)er root, black cohosh desitiii.iers weighed amhor at S:I!0 a. root, unicorn root, blue cohosh root and m., and turned their prows seaward Oregon grape root. Dr. Pierce knew, on a. vujnge that is to furnish the when he first made this standard medi first real tet of the Panama Canal j cine, that whiskey and morphine arc inind tarrj to the pcopl .it he Pacific jurious, and so lie has alwajs kept them seabonril the first great f'.'ct i.igned out of his remedies. Women who take to their .Icfcnse. this standard remedy know that in Dr. Swi.ivn o.it of the Cap-- , the fl'ti Pierce'a I'avoritc Prescription they are turned southward in cruising forma- - ' getting a safe woman's tonic so good that tlon wit'e h ' iiperdroidnoiji?hts druggists everywhere sell it :n liquid or ' which Tilth two others are o ( rm the tablet form. lilacXlmne of the Pacific naval de- " funsc, tcnnilng within a triangular! In 'great peel tie for all blood dis asns screen made hy fifty destroyers. that lormation the shlpj will reinnin 'Successfully employed In disease,, ot of the the gl induhtr s.wem. In hlood poison. until the end of the fir. Iinereuiiul and lead poisoning, chrinie voyane at Colon. constipation. Upon its arrival at Saw Diero, the rheumatism, catairh, and fin.t stop on the Pacini coaM the hepatic congestion. dypep-l- a fleet will be joined by many other stomach troubles, sores, ulcers, nodes, or.ift aligned to Admiral Rodman's tumors and scrofulous swellings that command, and the combined armada have withstood all other treatment will enler Sail Francisco harbor. Sec- - !61d to 'Wo. 40 "Sold by Ohio Coun-rotavesels't Ding Company Daniels will meet t'-nt. San Diego and accompany them on thoir travels from port to port and .Mis. Hums' Letter. finally will go to Honolulu with sev- -' Here Is a letter that is certain to prove of interest to people in this oral of the craft. Plans for th extensive Maneuvers xlcinity, as cases of this sort occur, iind bnitle practu. i in which the tleut in almost every neighborhood, and will engage after the conclusion of its people should know what to do in "welcome home" nnise. r.,ong the jllke circumstances: coaBt. already are lelrg v. r!:ed out, Savannah and later will tome ' baiibs" with the j Savannah, M , Oct 12, l'Jlfi. ' AtlRnti." fleet a il iomt ClPt ixerclses "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's in both the Pacific and the Atlantic. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about nine year ago and it cured me of flux If jou feel "bluV "no account," (dyuenter ) I had another attack or laiv. you need a good cleaning out. of the same complaii't some three or HERrUN'E is the light thing for that lour years ago ami a few doses of this c I have It stimulates the puijKK-e- . l liver remedy cured me recom- KI.I.IN I.st. STOWA U.U.N. tones up the stomach and piniffes the mended Chamberlain's Colic and AWOV I'OUCK OI'I'lflALS tiov.r- - PH...J CO wilts. Sold by Remedy to dozens of people m since I first used it." Ohio i iiunty Drug Company. New York. July 1 Out a' Ellis at Island, the portal to America through KSTtHHN KtMilC VAXKKH l..M KI.(J. which Europe has been wo.il in iars past to pour her hordes irto tin New London. Jul lit. liven the Duke World there are "a gang oi human "Please mum, thero ain't no coul loft la llio cellar." of Soiitheilund. with his ftOU.OuO hnax," accotdlng to olliclaN Tho "Wv .i earth didn't you tall mo acres, anil Lord l.ovorhtilme, with hi ' gang" consists oi some two dozen 5(iit.ooo make a poor showing in youths, ot every uatioimlitv. wlm have IwlereV coinpailson with Hour Miller, the stowed away on Ameilcan troopships "Because thmo was some then." The Passing Sho.v. Amui'icau land king returning trom abroad, and who are a--ZHUIoi , who emigrated to tho States now awaiting the decision ot Fnclo icm,fKM vi:ui: as a iiennlle-- s lad irom Wurttemherg, Sam as to what will become of them. iMtcscKirrtnvs now owns estates covoring 11,080,000 FJIA,i:i ISKRHtH "tl" WAS Elsie Janls, the actress, solved the 'acres, or more than twice tho total problem lor .voting .Mike C.irdi by lllNCOVIMtKD. adopting him Mike has bus of aro.i ot his native laud Some ingenious admirer has made friends still at the island who aro J C Alendenhall. Kvausvlle. Ind., hnent 10 vears in tho drug business an elaborate cab ulatlon which shows not so luck. "They'ie not bad," said the olliclal compi'iiudeil over lOil.ooo pn scrip- - that Miller tould start at the .Mexican I ndir ti.tveling b team to lliltlsh In charge "Hut frisk' Oh Ilo.v ! tions frm ph.vslcljus ediuatt d in .'nu iueiica before "Vii'ib'T 40 Colii'iibia. and c imp every night of The pltin one da to skip hi lure the mast on treasure ships and tin neM the tin jourui upon his own land for T'H Hlood w is d'Koverod worlil-jdrdllng i cc d , r? e ort-anI s , t J I ii-' ; ln-lo- Helena, isle of the great Nnpoleon's Not onlv exile, wants the docs the community want him, hut. Doing hard work In n hent or bellmlng In the perfect propriety of stooping position puts a stitch In the the wish, It Is confidently expected hack that Is painful. If the muscles that the fallen emperor will, when have hecomo strained, you can't get his trial Is over, he sent to St. Helena. rid of It It limit lintiv Tim i.ri.il thoro to end his disastrous Hfo as his wllefnitIn pouor ,)f ltAl.l.AUI'S greater forerunner did .SNOW MNIMKNT will appeal to you If the allied tribunal banish the ex- - most strongly at such times, because Kalser to St Helena his chance of It Is the very thing ou need. Price escape, scheme he ever so, will he vefic, B0 e nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold ry remote. The nearest land is the by Ohio County Drug Company. in Island of Ascension, "60 miles nway( and n Hrltlh naval station. Africa l'OK SAUK Is 1,200 miles distant, and South Hit; TYIMJ POLAND CHINAS. America 1.S00 miles One llrcd lliiilt, due to farrow July The little historic Island, with a 10, 1019; four 3 to s months old population of mil 1.000 supports a pigs two males and two femnles weekly newspaper, the St. Helena Ob- - My Poland Chinas are as good as can server The Observer heads a leader be found In the United States on the subject "Send Mini Here," and 47tt V. S. DHAN. it reports that not since l'.HU has the Dundee. Ky. Island been so excited as It Is now at Dissm.rrio.v mm in:. ,.,.... .. ,q the prospect of adding to lis dlgnin by another imperial hostage to Un- iu'.waim: tiik v.v.r- i;icii..iFiru-MThe excitement of HMU was tune due to the report that the "All High In these da.vs when mom v Is unit li est" intended to intervene In the easier to get than In da.vs that iiiauv lloer War. Theie Ls speculation whether the can remember, the Si plan Is a favorite temptation held al If he weie exiled to before the public The Helena, would occupy I.ongwood. lining! which was Napoleon "s home from Treasury Department has recently Is 1M3 to 1S21. or King's House, the sued a bulletin dealing with this per The reall.v wise person residence of the late C.eneral Cronje. lib Ions evil whom Lord Roberts captured at Paar- - who cannot afford to "lake a tliauoe deberg. I.ongwood, though a ramb finds in the War Savings Stamp an He ling building. Is the more spacious investment just to his liking and Imposing; King's House Is the may Invest as little as $", ml or he mure modern and comfortable. Loup may invest up to $1000, and'the little v.ood is situated on a huge plateau ! 'bab.v bond" Is s.ife guarded Just as mi'es southeast of Jamestown, the much as the $1000 bond dr.iwin,r t per cent lompouud nuarterlv and Is on! I'ntll town and poll tenane.v of I.ongwood it n absolutely s.ife the home of the governor. The French emperor's tomb Is in a wooded glen half a mlje away. His FGR FLETCHER'S body was disinterred and sent to ' JS France tor rebtirial n bid. Anoih mi er possible residence is I.ougwom, $100 Reward, $100 New House, in the vicinity, so called The rentier of tins pwr will tc to distinguish It from old I.ongwoin! tli' to at t rlis'ilr"idrjlojrn tli it tintre s Islenre has one iiioasr been able to cure In nil Its tii;es iinl d When ou feel lazy, out of 6 that is latarrb I'.itarrh b Inij crentl InllucnioJ bv con'ituti Til loiniltlnrs yawn a good deal In the daytime il tri vou can charge it to a torpid liver requtrmi ronftitutlun taken itineni Hnll i''ernillv iml Catarrh lletlliiec in which lias allowed flic sstem to get aita tl.iu tie PI, "it nn tli ' Mh ums Pur tact' ot the fs.m th. i v i. strojlmr HKRMNK eur.-full ot impurities. the fcunl.ition if tli ,Ii"im . KiMnc llu . th all disorders produced by nn innei'v-liver- put li tit (treneth bv hiilMini; up ilutm;!' nnl iss.iu niture in It strengthens o mull that orga i. work. Tho proprl lors hn of Hall's faith In the n.rti. cleanses the bowels and puts the sjs Catarrh MeilMne Hint tliorrnr Doll us for nny ie tint It f i.ls teni in Rood healthy condition. Prlre Scml for list of f 'itunnnlnlr to cur, GUe. Sold by Ohio County Drug t'oni- ro, ToIeUo. Ad.lns T J 'H1"NRY Ohio. Sold by nil DruBfrlit, "Oc. pany. :. 9m A day they're hound for Mexico to fight with Villa. They got mo damn near crazy, and that's the truth," he confessed. The hoys rango nil nges and cotnc from every land. It Is expected that most of thorn will he shipped hack to Kuropc, whench they came. 4 ! Delco-Lig'- ht Brings City Conveniences to The Country Home t (i --i- 4 SO , ' l'feit. ' e.,it I M, -.' I V,d Ltr? "I i:3 1 h-- S3fll t n. :f I ', i T ---' I'lM yj ..& Ur.Mt I ' .. i ":t 'i.) dV . TT 1" .. "".IMIIIBM fl'r" E9v.Ds,... .V w iii ? i 4 tij iJMpiBsansauanaas, 'tfg 31 installed you can have electric With Delco-Liglights permanently located in your house, barn or other buildings bright, safe light, just where you want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenient button. ht li Delco-Ligh- t Saves Time and Labor Cliilclren Cry You can have eloctric power to run many appliances formerly operated by hand, such as the washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. An electric operated water system will automatically pump and carry the water to the house ami barn. It will save countless steps. You can hae, if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of a bathroom. There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed daily. Delco-Ligbenefits every member of the family, every day in the year. ht Delco-Lig- ht O AST O R increases Farm Ef ficienc' With electric light and power saving time each day, more productive work can be done. Work at night i'n made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly w ilh convenient electric lights turning night into day. Delco-Light Lessens Fire Hazards po-i.r- s lire. Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a Delco-LigDclco-Lhjht - ht Is Economcial Hi Ms - I vt got a be stij , ,,1,1 n my head " MUh 'A hitt "Never mind. Hi vl Evin I! Its i,.j j Don't grumble cold, it's simethI'igTil-ISit- s ( haiuboi bun's Tablet. These tablets ale niteimi d s) i.ii ly for stomacli troubles, billiuuvri s If ou have inn and coustipntion. troubles ot this sort, give them a trial and realise for ourself what a litst They class medicine will do for ou only coat a titiartcr. ni . o-- o quickly pays for itself through saving time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It i economical in operation. When run on kcroseiw i will give practically four times the amount of Wh per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. The Delco-Light ht Power Stand Delco-Light. Sl'ItGKONS iigree that In cases of cuts, barns, bruises and wounds, thin tlrst treatment is most important ' When an effective antiseptic is appll- -' ed promptly, there is no danger of llnleiLum and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or "'i beast. Iloroono Is tho Ideal antiseptic 'and healing agent. Buy It now and he ready for an oinorgcnej- - Price ::c, r0c, $1.00 and $l..ri. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. I It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipment in order to use The Delco-LigPower Stand is a portable electric motor that will operate any make of churn, separator or other appliance. It 'is attached by means of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which will operate at the proper speed. OHIO COUNTY USERS .1. It it ;i:o. a. A. t'AliDWia.l. l,KMV.fll IIAMUI.li hht.s I iTi&d rA Nervous Ifothers J I 'K ' ,,, Mt.NUI )()( ;r:;:;,L,, ,,,,j I ln- - Beaver Dam Planing Mill Incorporatul Coiiipanv ! it ' sxsyft$S! imtfnvsA. Vfof1Jf!3s-'K.,'Wl-'i , . Elhould Profit: .4 v, ' by fhe Experience debt or iimtraet inailo or eiitmed ,0 bv my wife, Komi li Hart' This, Jul J, mm .1. W. HAIti:, Ilaitford. K !'!:- 111! Agent o BEAVER DAM, KY. 'J--- ,- MIM.IS (IMI,!, - A !! h k'- ffli&2lfn.AfVA. P HI i' ra.- - mji-J-S IIkv7 vKw- -. - . Buffalo, X. Y. ''Item tho mother of four children, and for neai ly tliree yeaw l Miitcrou iiom a temale tioublo with paina ana a general Mcaknotss. I had m my imi :c ami attt'iitlanco uot,t of that tiniu but did not seem to get well. As a liwt resort I decided to try Lydia E. l'inkham's "egetahlu Compound which I had seen mhertU'd in tho and In two weeks noticed i-, I continued its use and am :i lunrkeil itnprovem-u- t. now-impe- roii'.s mi;im('i.m: ;,.jl "Ti V i1 9s305iA fflftstfUtess. W'saifJr. 'K . v Tv2n-IS.'. I 1 f'w -- now f ) io from uh and al lo to do all my 3Irs. U. 15. Zuzlimiu, 202 Yrei3 Street, hou.se-work- ." Uuihilo, X. Y. NSa c Wk38 WLCSWi V.e-rttL- W ML n i "Z y V9 Portl nd, Ind. MI had a flUplneeniont and suffered fii'in it at tlnii's I timid tint bo on my feet at .ill. I ,n all run down mid so weak I could not do my housework, was neivous and could not lio noun at lliiilt. i toon tieatiucnts notu a physician uut tliey iv. l not Help me. Aly Aunt leeouinienued Lydia L. I'inkhaih's 'e:;otablo Comimund. ltiied it and now I am ftioii and veil again and do ,nJ' own woric and I givo Lydia K l'mklianra I Coiuniind the credit." Mrs. Jos r n ink KiMin.li, 'JJ.'i West Kaco Street, l'ortlaud, lud. po Uullv 1 The dorlor "Nocntee. Kin , g,i(- - up our b.iby boy to die ol maluil- .Meiiden- .il l"ei r and IiomuI trouble. Tonic eiued him ball's Chill iV In tin last stiitto Hftnr tho doctor's I'iiiIko the Lord lor in did. H fulled such i nn dlc'iie; u'onld to (Jim! Hint I ill miiihers kueu ni Ilh uiHiitn. iiiuuii nil tho iiieilli'lne to nil :i. i luhom it may concern to bo tho t imedliiiH' th.it uus out made. Our babe w.is teelhlliK uud hud bad bowel t roti lil' uud Cover. " (). .1. Toolio. The foregoing Ik a Biimpln of unsolicited letters we revive fiom grateful fat hers nnd mothers. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company i 1 I m m .MASTlIi: Ohio Circuit Court. People's .Savings Hank, ct nl., I.. T. Wright, l'lulntUfH. Vh; Notice 0.MMISK!0.i:it'S sai.i:. Every Sick Woman Should Try i YEQETABLE 'sRnyW-lSyi rEYDIA E, PINKHAtfS wvwwm mmm LYDIA E.PINKHAH MEDICINE COMPOUND. CO. LYNN. MASS. 3r SEE et ill.. Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment nnd ordur of Halo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, tendered In tho above styled action, nt the July term, 1919, directing me as Commissioner of said Court, to soil tho hereinafter described land for the purpobo of paying tho Judgment of the plulntllfu against tho defen dants, as follow- - In tho sum of $1,- 450 with 0 per cent Intenst thereo.i from Jure 5, 191, cret'lted by thr tallowing Minis ?1')M paid Man h !io.uii pui it .iuii in. i, August :tl. 1911; f Kill. $11! 5ii p., Id Oitober 19. 1911; 79 S. p.ild 71t;ii, paid Niivember 17, 1911; Dec. s, 191); ItliHi. paid .lanuuiy .5. 1915, .mil $1' I7.no. paid .M.ueli r., 1911, together with tho rust of the iibinti stled action nnd the oiuU of thin snlo, I will oiler tor sale at public outcry, to tho highest uud beta bidder nt the iiiiirl house door In ll.'iti'ord, Kv , on Monday, the tta day of August. 1919. it being tho Hist d i.v of the leguliir teim ol the Ohio County Court, at about 1 o'clock p m , on u ciedlt of li mill - inoutliH. tho tollowlug doKcilbud pioporty, l.: Two ti .icts of l.itid. vl.. l'i: t Tract On tho wutcis of Kim Mule Crook, beginning at a black oak on tho side ol tho llurtfonl & l.eltcl.-- i lledl ro.ul, Clark'h comer; thonco with s.ild road S. 7T V, :tt polos, S li IK polos, S. tiU i:. 22 poles, S. K rr U. in polos to a white oak In Sam Co's lino; thence with his lino W. 40 polos to u white oak Cox'.s corner; Ihoneo with another ot his Hues W 2C poles to a white oak, dog32 wood and dead red oak, Clark's corner of Co's line; theuco with Cox's Hue N. 10 W. GO polos to u whito oak, Clark's corner; theuco with another of Clark's lines, S. 09 W. 21 polos to n red oak, Clark's corner; thonco with another of Clurk's lines S. 1C W CO poles to tho beginning, containing DO acres, more or les.s. Second Tract On tho waters of Elm LiU: Creek, owned by Albert iii; Wright, beginning at a gum on tip i nun Hiue oi me n.iriiiird and l.i'ltih held toad; tlinuro east with s.ild road in u moiiu niioiii in toet n inn J o Clink's oiehiuil lence; tluiue uboiit Ninth to a Mono in tin. third hollow irom tin llailtoid ami I,. Itchflelil omlj theneoahoiu to a stone In I, T. Wright's lino; thence S to the i oniiilning ,ieus, more or leHh. Deed ol reeoid in deid hoolc :i9, page I7r, Ohio Count) Clerk's e. Ti of-llc- tso. I i The puiehiiKer will he required to boiidn inieillaloly after salo. p.inbln in 0 ami 1 months, in eipuil iiiHlalliuontH, kiiIiI bonds to bo npprov-nl by the eomnilsHloner. liearlng tit the rate of (i por cent per siiinum, ami to have the force and effect of a Judgment. Olvon under my hand thin tho 11th day of July, 1919. eeeulo Il'1 lleaviln Attorne)ft. OTTO C. MAUT1N. .Master CominhMloiior. K Klik. Uluiiu tc ii, i In overy homo whoio thero Is n baby thoru should also bo u hottlo of McOEK'S BABY BMXKIt. It mny ho needed at any tlmo to correct sour stoinach, wind coUc, diarrhoea or smnmor complaint. It is a wholo-fcom- o remedy, contains no opium morphine or Injurious drug of any Mud Price 5c and 50e nor hmtin i80''1 ''J' Ohio County Drug Co Ul A t X DERHAPS you have never had such an opportunity in the pricing of as is offered to you here, and it is doubly attractive when the rising market and scarcity of merchandise is considered. Each line advertised is almost unbroken, and of the very best value, not considering the reduction. Good clean stock, not old, short lengths, or odds and ends, but real merchandise of which you will be proud, because you have purthased. With the beginning of the coming season you will see material advance in prices, and this is your last chance. Every day should find you here making your needed purchases, which will mean a great saving to you. Study the entire advertisement closely and visit us often. mer-chandis- ''O' IV IL- - 12th I e, READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT 5, t t Indies Waists $1.50 Ladies' Waists Waists . 2 25 Indies $2.75 Ladies Waists Waists $3.00 $3.75 Indies' Waists $ LOO Ladies' Waists $150 Ladies' Waists $0.50 Ladies' Waists 1C.no indies' Silk Dresses 12 f0 Ladies' $3.00 Utdies' Dresses $2. GO Indies' Dresses $17:1 Ladies' Dresses $2 25 Ladies' Dresses $1.30 Ladies' Apron $2.25 Ladle.-;- ' Presses Dresses $2.00 $1.75 'uiks' Dresses .f l. 00 A'l.ises' Dresses $l.Lf- j. isse' Dresses $1.10 Misses' Dresses $2.00 .Middy Mouses $2 r,0 .Middy Mouses $ .(,.') Camisoles $1 .25 Camisoles $1.25 Envelope Chemise : !..! .. 1.C0 $1 00 ... f.repe-de-chi- ne 1.15 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.75 3.25 3.50 5.50 12.50 Dresses 10.00 2.50 2.25 1.50 1.90 . (. 1.15 1.85 1.50 1.40 1.2G $1.25 $1.50 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 .$:i.50 SG.00 .15 .10 .50 .75 $1.00 S1.L1 Silk 'Pi.... 1 ItD SHIRTS, TIES & C Work Shirts Work Shirts . Work Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Diess Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Silk Shirts . Wash Ties . . Silk Ties .. Silk Ties Silk Ties Silk Ties HATS AND CAPS WOOL DRESS GOODS .90 1.10 1.25 .80 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 5.00 .20 .30 .40 .60 .80 1.00 $2.50 $1.75 $1.25 $1.00 .50 $1.25 $1.75 $1.25 .(J0 WHITE GOODS $2.00 1.50 1.00 80 40 1.00 1.50 1.00 75 .60 50 40 65 25 45 25 .75 .GO .50 .SO .35 .GO .30 yard Serge yard Serge yard Serge yard Serge yard Serge Ped yard Wool Gaberdeen Per yard Wool Dress Goods Per yard Mohair Per yard Mixed wool Per yard Mixed wool Per yard Suiting Per yard Suiting Per yard Suiting Per yard Suiting Silk Striped Serge Suiting Per Per Per Per Per .. $1.00 .40 .90 .50 .65 .75 .GO .50 .80 .50 .40 .50 .40 .30 .35 .GO SILKS, POPLIN AND GEORGETTES - $1.50 $2 00 $2.25 $1.50 $2.75 $1.50 $2.00 $ 1.50 $3.00 $ 1.00 $0.50 h t t t $S.5() 1.50 1 11.50 25.00 22.50 $1.00 $1.50 $2.50 $ .00 Kimonos $2.00 Kimonos $2.75 Kimonos I Fleatlierbloom underskirts Heatherbloom underskirts Mack sateen underskirts Mack sateen underskirts Silk under skirts Wash Dress Skirts Sorgo Dress Skirt Serge Dress Skirts Serge Dress Skirts Serge Dress Skirts Ladies' Suits Ladies' Suits Ladies' Suits llompers llompers Hoys Wash suits Clowns Clowns Muslin underskirts 1.75 2.15 .50 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.60 1.75 1.25 2.00 1.10 3.50 2.50 3.40 5.00 7.00 9.00 17.50 20.00 18.00 90 1.25 2.00 75 1.70 2.25 $1.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.00 $(i.00 Wool Wool Wool Wool Wool Wool 1.50' $3.50 $3.00 $1.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 .75 .50 $12.00 $10.00 7.50 7.00 2.25 2.50 3.00 5.00 5.50 (i.00 Panama Hats Sailor Hats Sailor Hats Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps TRUNKS, BAGS &C Panama Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats .$ 3.50 . . . . . . . . . , . . 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 .75 5.00 3.00 2.50 1.25 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.25 .75 .60 .40 $2.00 Per yard Silk $1.00 Per yard Silk .75 Per yard Silk SO $1.75 80 60 65 $1.25 Silk Poplin $2.00 Silk and Wool Poplin .GO Per yard Silk $1.00 .30 .50 Per yard White Madras .40 Per yard White Flaxon .30 Per yard White Klaxon .GO Per yard White Linen Per yard White Linen Per yard White Skirting Per yard White Gaberdeen . . Per yard White Gaberdeen . . Per yard White Gaberdeen . . Per yard White Poplin Per yard White Soiesette Per yard White Organdy Per yard White Organdy Per yard White Organdy Per yard White Voile Per yard White Batiste Per yard White Batiste ..... Per yard White Batiste Per yard White Batiste Per yard White Voile Per yard White Voile Per yard White Waisting 80 35 75 .40v .50 .60 .50 .40 .70 40 30 42ya 30 .25 30 30 85 25 40 30 1.00 1.65 50 Cotton Poplin Crepe-de-chiCrepe-de-chine ne .35 Per yard White Waisting .30 Per yard White "Waisting .20 ... .. .. 222 .50 3Q x X $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 .50 .40 .30 .45 .45 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $2.00 .75 .50 .25 Georgette Georgette Silk Chiffon Voile Voile Voile Voile Canton Silk Silk Striped Voile COUNTERPANES &C 1.35 1.50 1.90 1.75 1.25 85 40 30 25 35 35 $1.75 2.25 2.75 1.50 60 40 20 Per yard White Waisting .40 Per yard White India Linen .30 Per yard White India Linen .40 .50 .40 .45 .50 .35 .50 .GO 25 15 .30 .25 30 3.00 3.25 5.50 7.00 Suit Cases Suit Cases . . . Suit Cases . . . Suit Cases . . . Suit Cases . . . Suit Cases . . . Traveling Dag Traveling Hag Traveling Hag Traveling Hag Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks $10.00 8.50 6.25 6.00 1.85 2.00 2.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 2.50 2.75 4.50 5.50 Counter Panes Counter Panes Counter Panes Made Sheets Towels Towels Towels GINGHAMS AND CHEVIOTS $1.25 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 .40 White Percale Suiting White Lingerie Cloth White Nainsook (colors also) White Nainsook (colors also) White Beauty Silk White English Longcloth ... White Table Damask White Table Damask White Table Linen White Table Linen .... White Table Linen White Table Linen White Crepe KIMONA 40 .30 .35 40 .30 40 50 1.00 1.40 1.50 1.80 30 X BATISTE, .20 .40 .40 .50 .75 CLOTH &C 15 30 30 40 60 50 30 50 .30 Gingham (today) .35 Gingham (today) .30 Cheviot 221, 2712 25 Batiste Pongee Suiting Kimona Cloth Mercerized Sateen Cretan Drapery .GO Cretan Drapery .40 Cretan Drapery .GO Gaberdeen solid colors To further interest you in the matter of price making, we are going to sell you the best brown domestic at 15 cents; the best bleach domestic at 20 cents and the best outing at 20 cents. Overalls, made from the heaviest denim, at $2,00, Our prices convince us that you will be here, and we look to close out many lines in the first few days, and our shelves well cleaned before the end. Come early and often. HNMBflHV jH iHb0BB BM ln HB' IH flHPQB IPB X X t y 2 McHenry, Kentucky i .s roads? If you decide. two previous years. That looks like fTbe Hartford these questions In the helping tlio poor, underpaid tench STRAY STREAKS nlllnnatlvo vote Yes, If otherwise, era the wrong way, You mny say that tho teachers do not havo as many vote No. Published Weekly by (Uy Fluko McFluko.) pupils to teach, because those from HAIlTFOItl) PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated Its tho "most nwfulest" thing In US to 20 havo been cut out. It Is a Stove .May says he hasn't been able tho world thnt these mean, contrary v.ell Known "act thnt fo ,1 Ion,? time, to use his spirit level since July I. Republicans In the house and scnato it has rarely ever happened that any W. S. TINSLEY, Editor won't do everything, at all times, of the common schools were attendMaurice llarrass spent the week nnd business Manager. Just like Wilson wants them done." ed by pupils over the ngo of IS, and commenclnir with ini i,m,i,.v .,,,.i If Congress hnppcns to differ from therefore but little difference results !,,milg the next Tuesday, In Heaver Entered according to law nt tho In work done by the teachers by Postomce, Hartford, Ky., n3 moll the Wilson Idea ns to tho manner of , disposing of certain questions, the son of the chnnge. They havo thoi of tho second class. matter Democratic press says its because of same hours to work, tho same old Our old friend Jim Nance, of to lint red for tho President. If tho ma- drudgery, yes and more, for the wns here n few days ago, and Addrcso all communications jority does something Wilson does branches of study have been enlarged Jim says its been so darn dry since The Hartford Republican. J not want done, Its for contrariness. and they really have more work to July 1. they have had to oil the do now than ever before. We don't streets to keep them from cracking The present congress was overwhelmNOTICE TO surschhiehs. care as much about the student per open. ingly elected by people who do not nt 1,,iml capita as wo do about tho "Teacher to a now address must glvo tho old!"" tln,,,s t,,ln!f "flor ,he w"" The majority of the members havr per capita." It Is a lilt surprising address in making tho request. John Moore. Doc Plrtle, Kd llarrass Duslncss Locals nnd Notices 10c mot yet been taught to sneeze when that the total of the per capita of last and Jim Lynns will iilt:ixi ivmi ihu r line, ana 6c per una tor uuuuion- - ht t!,k,.b Mnxttt (() u hlne when lie year and this, a year In which all article- One-ma- n KS. rule for a hundred state officers are to bo elected does a nrwt PrtTfla Sl T oa M inn .... w.Uu. PATCHES Al.ltun.lnn R IS1MIUU1 (U3I A,WIiyi ,;.," ,i",iv i of Thanks, 5c per lino, monoy In ad- - millions of people will never work not far exceed the two previous years. ,)av. In the V. S. A., for more than a few It Is true that this year has Iiopii tM cIiiIiiih tliu Tanco. rocord fish caught this Church Notices for services free, years, at best. pulled up somewhat, but If the same Lra80I1 ,n tllls .,, ,, lowIlIK but other advertisements, Be per lino. "' "' ""," """ ,M",,,!, """ a twenty-si- x pound striped bass. I'" Anonymous communications will One week from tomorrow, the Re- reported for present year as there raUKht , receive no attention. ulvu. ,t r0 publicans will nominate a candidate were In 1910, the per capita would half m,r to land the ilsli. 2 to represent this senatorial district have been $5,114 or practically TELEPHONES. ' in the Kentucky Senate. Whoever cents less than it was four years ago. 123 Some M0 ,skc(1 A,, Yepr whn u, Cumberland mny be nominated is, as a matter of "Wonderful strides." Hut don't lose ,wn8 ,,,.. 50 ,.., ...... nml All Farmers .Mutual course, certain of election, thnt is sight of the great fall off last year. lHcili ..Jusl tryl,B , mako "KEEP-K00L- " l1(,Hl opposi- when taken with this year and Another fellow In ear shot IULY 25 virtually settled, because no FRIDAY tion has been offered, and there can pared with the two proceeding, It was heard to remark "I'll hot t i,lt not be any. by any recognized party. means that tho forces of education In (hllt Ab's gittln ns hungry as all It -- . It being Muhlenburg's turn to fur- this country servo for $3,7SS.71 less, ANNOUNCEMENTS nish the candidate wo sincerely wish For the assessments on which we are! Lco simmerman. Ad Hownr.l ...l that It could be left entirely with that. called to pay tax it don't look like wowash Duncan shipped a car load of Hut under tho tulcs of the were receiving any loo mucii. ami not i,ttles Inst week-enWo aro authorized to announce I. County. It Is said they S. Mason a candidate for Representa- primary election law this county and many teachers will be, heard to cliii,B,iro oll ,mvl,1B thum rt,.c.lsl enor- tive ot Ohio county, subject to tho Uutlcr must also take a hand In the their hands for this K,!1S!, for st()ru front8f clnrch action of tho Republican party nt affair. Whoever, of the three aspir mous Increase, when it fell $5,000.00 .windows and such like. the primary election August 2, 1919. ants may bo the best fitted for the below what It ought to have been Wo last year. Yes, this year ought to be position ought to be nominated. , A ,awvcr .., of lirs ,,.. need tho best to bo had. the State the best. In the tolls here last week, who, after We are authorized to announce ol Ithe Court' had gotten through plasterGeorge Baker, of Muhlenburg county needs good .service, and the voterc TAXES DUE. should weigh the three carefully and ing on some nice little tines, with ap- a candidate for the nomination for .pendage.s. which Included the side State Senator in tho 7th Senatorial cast their ballots, Irregardless of perThe National Summer Suit for Men State. County and Common school ;Jerk8 of Alpc ,,orter al)(, A(s rat(.. district, composed of the counties of sonal fnvoritsm for thet man who can p.,:i the largest vote nt-fall and the tax bills, for the present year have er ,,,, Ilothll)K ,eft ln tlll worI(1 , Muhlenburg, Dutler and Ohio, subthlllI ., hlKhIy prlZ0(I wntcl ject to the action of tho Republican one who Is calculated to be worth neen piaceu in my nanus ror collec-'o- r Ani, tion Cash is needed with which to mnv as party at the primary election, August .u most to the .district ami state clknt fe,,Ig f()r ,,u "KEEP KOOL'.' is our trademark; it is not a general pay running expenses. Como and !cator ()f ,,, ,,. wlph . ,.,,. t. 1919. lly the fire alarm sounded Tuesday Ket our tax ul11 whllo it may be ,'an, 1()l)ks at thc om,,tv wa(c , m,cket trade term. Every Kcep-Ko- ol Suit has the label evening, we are reminded of the very urocured at cost. he sees that Its just about time for to announce aro authorized We S. A. IiRATCHER, great danger ever upon us of a fire of sewn under the collar. him to keep out of court. While the Dr.T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg calamitous results. During these ex Sheriff of Ohio County. Attorney for the ilefen.se looks at the County, as a candidate for the nomimm ceedlngly hot and dry times people time of day with a sort of a nation tor State Senator in the 7th . keep the water tank and pipe lines SliOO.OOO Ml'ST ItE RAISED expression, sees Its time for him district, composed of Senatorial IX THREE DAYS FOR ROAD to locate and break in a new drained until but little pressure Is client. Ohio Dutler and Muhlenburg counfound for The preseither for offense or defense, its ties, subject to the action of the Frankfort Ky.. July 22. CommW-- ! , nlm. Party at the primary elec- sure from the hydrants at the home sioner of Roads, Rodman Wiley, to-- ; wholly mi,iatcriai of .Mr. Holbrook Tuesday evening tion to be held August 2nd., 19 U The Joy Of Living, would not throw water over the build- day wired County Judges of Jeffer-- ' To enjoy life we must have good ing on fire, which was not to exceed son, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson. We are authorized to announce 9 or 10 feet In height. Of course, at Crittenden and I'nion that If Meade, health. No one can reasonably hope of Greenville, other times the presure is so good Hreckenrldge and Livingston counties to get much real pleasure out of life Uelcher, Newton County, a candidate that a good stream may be thrown fall down in their share ot the e.x- - when his bowels are clogged a good Muhlenburg for the Republican Nomination forever most of the bullillnL's In town penses, the whole River road project ' share of the time and the poisons State Senator in the ith District, com- - what we wish here to do, if possible, .between Louisville and Paducah will that should bo expelled are absorbed posed Of Hutler, Ohio and Muhlen-,l- s into the system, producing headache nml pvptv mm. in: fail. to wnrn aw It has been approved as a projerfand Indigestion. burg counties, subject to the primary 'the first place, to bo particularly A few doses of ! the Chamberlain's Tablets will move the Election to be held Saturday, August patulous with fire, that is the very ror federal and Stat aid oi J whole route and not by counties, and 'bowels, strengthen the digestion and 2nd., 1919. best known preventive. The next is to ask the City Authorities to see to it unless all counties aro :tbl- - u:tli this give you a chance to realize the real llu; r,,,1- ' ot living. Try it. , fire extinguisher within;0"1 ,0 1",il(1 ,he,r mttK! President Wilson's idea of openU"l locnted. properly charged jtlcs wh,ch 1,av'u ri,ls'-'- ! t"lr quotas, covenants, openly arrived at, seems ow I to nav met with a reversal of form j and tabbed, so that in case of ai'v111 not t'el tll,,rs ,,u'' ? and the thing they used to prate so threatened conflagration, we may bet T1"' reason ls ,hat U woul'1 h" IX i ? inneh about, pltllesi publicity, is now ready to offer a fight as near Irreslsta- -' foll-- '" hnm a roa'1 t,ir""!'l l Hancock For Infants and Children nothing more or less than spiteful, 'le as possible to be put up. Lets do 'onders.on. Daviess and Ik ? il0,""; "uv political publicity. Isn't It strange jthls at once, get ready and remain I1""'"1 "l In Use ForOV0r3O Years 4? lo 'M I and the Ilreci'eni'.dt,!' c un- about the curious turn things havo'1" t1!lI condition. Always bears 41 ty at the other, the taken since 1912. V r "ounties have b'lt hree nu re Signature of j SCHOOL PER CAPITA. 41 days in which to rats; i ho fund i 41 We have upon our desk a circular The National Capital for a i They 'i.ivc only about '.'"O.OUO ti 41 has been the scone of much dis- letter trom V. O. Gilbert, Superintend& MR. TAXPAYER. raise $J,.!o'J,u0t;. 41 & turbance and turmoil, due to trouble ent of Public Instiu tion, in wnichj ( 'jmml,:ii'-ne- r Wllev. In lirauden- 41 ? blacks. he announces that the per capita for between the whites and Are J0,lr taXL's 1i1km cnonRh or (1 41 burg remln.lod his heiMirs that uany i Death and bloodshed has resulted in the present school year is $0.10, the ra-- u You can save money only If 41 win refuse to ronrrilMit.. t .you think thoy Bhoiilil lie rnlM-ili which at times has as- highest in the history of the state. the race-wa- r, bul'ding f this road will give asis0 l,on'1 V()U ,hink tho Tnx f'""'"-nmc- h & while you have monoy. sl(mers cnn ll0 ''oi'undcd on to do 41 sumed serious proportions, It does It is the highest "per capita" but not or more to the Gcvernmct in- i When old age comes don't be points In the whole the highest "per county" or highest como tax. They would be allow.d!tho raisIl,B acl? I'"()U at ""r ti,x 41 seem that of all j Country, Washington, D. I'., ought to per amount of assessment and taxes credit for gifts up to 15 per rant of ilcccl',,H a,,l Kec lf 'ou aru ot ? fettered by the folly of your paid. Mr. Giloert sat; "nfter four lie the last for such lawlessness. f ling ironi su io iuu per cent more their incomes. younger days. It is pitable years of hard work he has raised the j taxes than you did five years ago and -& to be old and poor. jstill the cry Is ".More taxes." Verily ti Bank jj We have constantly Kept our ear per capita and gotten the school fiLimn: Shoulder. is hnrd to 41 'the maw of the the ground listening for a protest, nances on a sound business basis." to your money, save your monThis ailment i usually caused by a word of criticism, from some good Let us look al the past four years, rhoumatlsm of the muscles. All that satisfy. o ey, and provide against misyou are paying more Although prohibitionist democratic follower of including this, the stale's Is needed is absolute rest and a few fortune and the day of old Mr. Wilson for his stand on present record. Kor tho school year 1910 A applications ot Chamberlain's .a taxes than ever before the Fiscal Court Is asking you tho third time restrictions of the sale, barter In, and 17, Ohio county reported 8,11:1 pupils ment. Try it. age. in within 12 months to voto moro taxes manufacture of intoxicants and so far within tho school age and drew per upon the people after you have renot even it faint sound havo we de- capita amounting to $4fi,23t).:sS. For XOTICE TO TAXPAYERS fused to do so twice. It seems as tected. AVo aro speaking of this Im- tho next year she reported 87477 put though they cannot tako 'no' for an mediate community and not of the pils and on theso tho per titpitu Of tho East and West Fordsvlllo Nation, because in Congress many amounted lo $44,000. 5. The aver- voting precincts I, or one of my depu- answer but are determined to force 41 age n Timber 0f pupils for tho two Upon tho people Aro you 41 Democrats differed with htm. ties, will bo at tlio Fordsvlllo cou'rt-hous- o more taxes going to meekly submit, or aro you 41 years was S.400, on which the aver-ag- o 0 on August tho 4th, for the per capita for said years totaled purpose of listing tho property of all going to say no in a way that you 4? Tho present Republican congress 0 41 They not bo misunderstood? lias not only refused to set aside pro- $44,01!i.4S. the taxpayers in said precincts. Como will you what good Is Hy an act of tho legislature, efroads wo will havo but Instead l hibition measures, and list with us at tills time or go to tell if you will only voto tho Roail Tnx, strengthlng the means for carrying fective since tho close of tho last Hartford. I HARTFORD, KY. but do not bo fooled into thinking 41 them out, something not provided for school year above mentioned, the age 4t2 D. E. WARD, that tho dirt roads will benefit by it. by the Democrats. Then too, this Is of school pupils has been reduced to Tax Commissioner, Ohio County. 0 Tho intention Is to use tho taxes now being done in the face of the fact that IS Instead of 20 years and tho pupils with, at collected to build turnpikes President Wilson begged Congress, reported In school ago in Ohio counMARRIAGE LICENSE. an estimated cost of $25,000 per milo. in his message to repeal tho act under ty for tho next year, 1018 and 1919 which we now havo prohibition. Does dropped to 7.459 on which tho per Marriage License are being issued Do you think they aro worth It? And Hartford Herald Indorso the acts capita likewise fell off enormously, at an awful slow rate, and this coun- do you think Ohio comity is able to State Highways for the automoblllst In debt, don't you think tuxes will be tho If so, you should voto and they find that Is not enough high enough without voting more? of the present Congress, or does It to a total of $ 10,351. OC. For the ty Is going to be with build them? year 1919 and 1920, or present year, crusty old bachelors and wriukleu for tho tax. The advocates of tho hut that they must havo more lf you don't rail to go to the election indorso tho act of Wilson? a financial Aug. 2nd., ami vote "no" on tho tho reports from this county show road a turn maids, unions for road tax aro trying to decolvo the poo-pl- o Tho law providos for old by tolling them thnt for every statement from the county officials, Tux. pupils within school age, the low- the better is taken at an early dato. Wo urge all good citizens to think Respectfully, over the proposition ol vot- est In years, and tho per capita totals Following is the list for past two dollar of road lux thoy pay tho state but tlo you get It? Not so you would C. S. ROWE. and government will pay one dollar uotlco it. Are the officials nbovo the mlv.p ing the 20 cents road tux uoxl Sat- H5.091.20. Take this- year with weeks: comply urday, a week from t(Uiiono. A last, which for some reiibons caught Jesse Craig, Kosiuo to Roxiu II. nnd fifty cents. That Is not true. law or why do not they to who with will NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Tho state and government will not It? Do not be misled as llttlH uublMKtid thought upon t Ii Mat an Immense drop, compared with tho Carter, Roslue. It will not pay one cont except to build turn- pay the tax If It carries. be abloitwo proceeding yoaro 1910 to close ter and we can. or ought to C. T. Foonitor, It. 1, Hartford, to While tho law requires all taxpaypikes with and thou they must be lo- bo tho Hanker or tho fellow who deals school year 1918 Ohio County Minnie K.ull, Route 1, Hartford. to give abetter ronton for our ae-jcnted by them and built under their In stocks and bonds, as these are not ers to como to our offlc'o mid give n usually do. Ask drew through the Statu Superiuteii-yourtfo- lf lion than mont of u Loo O. Goodman. Caneyvillo, to They toll you that all subject to local taxation (thanks to complete list or all their taxablo prop direction. For school Florence Embry, White Run some pointed iu!tlun and dent's office $89,2:10.97. homwtly aiibwer year commencing with July 1st, 1918 progressive counties aro voting It the new tax law) but you who own erty, wo will ror the convenience ot than endeavor to Jus. Win. Dempsoy. Coi.tertown, to .; those in remote districts, visit their m i.u and U you wunt to bo in tno "swim" mo unto nui mini them from thu same standpoint. Do jto June :10, 1920, the county gets a Ollle Carroll, Contortown. you must do so too. They also toll on tho hundred dollars and that at respective voting places, as per fu roads, can wo have (total of $85,442.20, or $a, 788.71 loss we need hotter you that wo cannot havo good roads full valuation whllo the fellow with turo advertisements. Watch for tho thum? Can we gut them without than In tho two provious years. Tills monoy? Aro they nie.ins that tho tsachors of 1I1I3 without more money but that Isiot money only pays lOcts on tho $100 notice. work or without FOR FLETCHER'S With tho State, Is it just? K. WARD, proven. Tho fact Is thoy havo nl- - dollars. worth what thuy cost? Can I afford county gut that much less for their Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. ready appropriated $05,000 to build county, and Nation overwhelmingly ou paying u little 'work this year and last Ibtiu in the . to take u chance for bettor Republican hillmajority of n rea-'j)alHen-derso- n, i ,. ' ""-"iwlt- .. ,,, j r. ." . d. ,, ,, put the tailoring into a summer suit that makes it "stand up in use, and the style that makes it "stand out" in a crowd. E w ,-- Keep-Ko- ,, ,,. ,. I I I watch-for-'sa- le ,, Carson (L Co. Hartford, Ky. 'i h '41 v ' """ CASTO R "'""""" -. i SLve Money v I & G&&ffi&&it : few-day- Id ti ti tl ti ti tax-eat- 4 ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti BANK OP HARTFORD over-suppli- i.?99 7,-!I- - of Children Cry CASJTLORIA The Hartford Republican 1HIIIAV Mr. John Orny, nn aged nnd reMl's Martini Pnto spent Inst week-cu- d wltli Miss Mnrgurlto Taylor, it spected citizen, Is dangerously ill, nt lil home near hero. Owenshoro. Attorney, .1. I. Sandofur was Owonsboro the first of thu week legal business. In (in TAFT CONVERTED TO TREATY RESERVATIONS k '4 : Personal News Kern several days Henry Smith, her home, In MIhh Curtis, after spending with her cousin, Mrs. of Prentiss, returned to Evansvllle, Ind., Sntnr-tlny. and Social Huents. : n Int. Lieut., Levi Coleman, who Iiiib 'Just returned from France, was in Hartford, .Monday, i Proposes Six Alterations Copies Of Letter Now In I Lream-Buyin- g Open in btation i The Chatnuuuu the fact that n opened hero yes- Senators' Hands Washington, July 2.1. Important developments today In the treaty flcSit In the Semite were theso: First. The Foreign Relations Commit tec was unofficially advised that Pr Silent Wilson will renew his attompt to get snnctlon ficrn tho committee Tor the appointment nt American iiieinheis of tho reparation commission, ir this Is done there will be anot hoi bitter clash between the. committee ,1 ;d the President, as tho committee has already once rejected the President's proposal and .ins no liit'Tition jf giving lecogu'tli!! to the until it has liacr. ratified. Second Copies of a letter .sent by former President Taft to Chairi.Vui Will Hays, of the Republican Niuional Committee, announcing his conver sion to the belief that reservations should be made by the Senate In the League of Nations covenant were re ceived from Mr, Hays by several Kepuiilican senators. Mr. TattV letter is now being used as the u.isls (n r a compromise between the Den ociats and Republicans in the league fljht Republican senators, a'uj Third conferred with the President ly hU Invitation, told him that a compromise with the League of Nations opponents will have to he made did '.hat the President should take the initiative In bringing this compromise bout. .r-at- . Miss Kathleen Turner Is in in, vIhIIIiik her father. Miss Owens-I- terday in the court house, owing to miscarriage of some In Mr. and .Mrs. Kills Foster returned sort kept the hero Inst Tuesday, after several dtiva tlnio for use. vb I tents from arriving nt I.IV'rlllOK. Hartford, Ky. It'ddi J. H'Mifrow Is S. vlsitlrg her lttcst week- i.unt, .Mrs. Wedding his ninny friends. (irafouolas to please the most fastidious, at prices that are right. llufonl and the stirrotindllng comMis Sallle Drake, of Owenslioru, it:i oiiio count v imru co. munity was largely represented hero is visiting .Mis II. Taylor. Monday, In the Interest of the Heda, Mr. and .Mrs. Edwin Ithoads and illiiford and Pleasant Uldge route for Fodcr- ,tho Howling Mr .1. T. Helton, of .Magau, was childien, of Sheflicld, Ala. are Ml. and Mrs V. II. Ithoads. ii Aid Itoad proposition. on business, last .Saturday. here 1 lsll-'lug Greon-Owensho1 Mr. Iloyi Taylor spent end with Ills wife, here. Mr. and .Mrs. Henderson Murpliree Is spending a few days with relative are visiting their p.irents, Mr. and in Heaver Dam. .Mr. Cooper was Mrs. ltowau' Ilollirook. here Thursday, shaking hands with Mr. Fred Cooper, of Akron, Ohio. 4 44 44- - Ey the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with 4 4 their Poultry and Egg business. "We want to buy 4 Cream, can pay you one-thir- d more on the pound for 4 4 Cream than you have been getting far butter and you 4 lr'"""" Stevens and Mis, WANTED Good House Keeper for Chlorls Stevens left last Monday to family of three. Work very light. is here visiting .Mrs. O. C. Martin. visit Mrs. James Jones, ut Murray. Wages highest, Must have satisHon, .1. (,'. Her was In Louisville, on Good home. Apfactory references. Mr. Irani Lawrence, of New Or- ply business, from Sunday until Tuesday. leans, i.a., visited his sister, Airs. J. PROF. WARREN PAYTON, All thu very latest Columbia He 10. Resin for a few days lat week. Fordsville, Ky. j cords at I am prepared to bottom your OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO'S.1 4f! Farm For Sale 49', acres, 1 mile 'chairs, llrlng them to me. west of Dukehurst. IB acres hill, res' STEVE HINES. tiled bottom. Good improvements, t Mrs ) P Sklllmau. of Owenshoro. (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. room dwelling. $50.00 per acre. For Is a guest of Mr. anil Mrs. J. P. San- - 49lf particulars see def u r Miss Mildred Klgln S'lnd.i.--j W. C. WADE, leftist It. 1, Hartford, Ky. after (4t4p Miss Iniogeno Mauzy, of Morgan-flil- d, for lief homo at Adalrvllle. her' Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. spending several weeks' with Ihrother, Mr V. ('. Elgin. j Hrateher, Miss Arlie Thomas, of Louisville, ils MicudiiiK the week with her sister. Commonwealth's Attorney. C. IC. jrs. r. r. .ark .iml Mr. Park, al N.. Miss Liiiilo King, 'of Wiixnhnchlo, Texas, is vJsillm; Jilt aifnt. Mrs. Isaac Smith, left hero Monday for Calhoun, rmV8a y Thomas will ko to Ow wnero lie expecis lo he engaged in onshore, to spend the coming week Vest it Circuit Court during the week. with her father, Mr. John 11. Thomas 'and Miss Maigtirite Hen Trow. E. (. llarrass made a business Mr trip to Louisville, Monday, returning For Sale Hcgal True!:, In good i condition. Wednesday. Price $480.00. The Ladies Aid Society of Wasli-'iugto- n C. II. SMITH, church, Is going to give an ice (Header) Mrs. Clarence It. Field nnd little cream supper for the benefit of the P. O., Route 2, Heaver Dam, Ky. church, the second of August. The Mm of Lafayette, La., are guests of Mbs Mury Howe. refreshments will be served on the John W. May, of Port Arthur, Tex- - grounds. Everyone is urged to come Mr Simon Smith, of Fordsville, ins. arrived here Monday for a two out and help, visit with his father and moth-- j JKSSIE NEWCOMH, Sect. was in Hurt ford. Tuesdnv. on' a cr. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. May and fanii- rled business tfip. We had a lengthy letter from our old enemy, "John Henry" a few days We receive the new Columbia Re113 Acton Hros.. have moved their since. As you might imagine. I hate cords as fast as turned out. say It. but Thomas appears to be stock of groceries, hardware, furni-U- o OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. turo &c. Into their handsome new doing fine in his new job and likes Mr. and Mrs. J A Crowe, of lied i, business house on the corner of Main the work, which he says "is not near m hard as the work hero." (That ac- with rela- and Union streets. are spending the weak-en- d counts for his liking it perhaps.) . in Owenshoro. tives INSURE your tobacco agAlnst de-- j Mr. and .Mrs. S. K. Harnett and Mrs. K. K. Hlrkhead and Mrs. Rtrurtlou by hail. You can't afford' two children, of Idalielle, Okla., are ,to take the ri.sk for the sinall cost. Fanny Coodlu spent Just week-en- d 'guests of Mr. Harnett's uncle, .Mr. A. CAL P. KKOWN, Ag't. nt Dawsou .Springs. It 1 I.M. Harnett and Mrs. Harnett. Mr S J. Tichenoi.ot Mellenry. is using Harnett formerly lived here, where Dr. (CapL. ) Henry Smith returned He states to Camp Taylor today, after spending the whole of page three, of this is- - he has many relatives. of thuithat ciop prospects are exceedingly sue. to tell his customers a week with his family at Prentiss. specially priced merchandise lie is fine in his section of Oklahoma. Mr. : ' Harnett holds the Important position Come in. hear'tlte Columbia He- -, offering. jof cashier of the American National your selee-- 1 cords played and make Mr. and Mrs. Hen L. Field, oi Hank, in Idalielle. lt:t lion ' OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Kvnnsvllle, Ind.. left for their 1101110, jyesterday after visiting friends and At a meeting of the stockholders William .Murphy, of the firm of relatives here and la the county for 'of the Farmer's Union Milling pany of Ccntertown, Ohio County, Construction Co, a few days. Hros Ky., held on Jun 27, 1919, at which Howling Green, was 'n Hartford, yes- Misses Winnie Dean .Mosley, Wil meeting owners of a majority of the terduy Ernestine- Ralph 'stock was present. ,lle Bennett and It was ordered Miss Cllilio Felix has resigned her iieturned Tuesday rroni a week's visit! and directed that tho corporation bo position as teacher in the grades hero with Miss Kathleen Tlehenor, of near dissolved and terminated, as provided for by law in such cases, and that it's to acept a similar place In the grad- - Ccntortown. business be brought to a close. ed siMool at Rockport. Henry Morgan and soii. Jewel! tire of dissolution is hereby given in For Sale One i year old fy Jursoy Adair, of Owenshoro, returned to accordance therewith. All persons lltnln Iw.ttw. Tlilir.il.ic .ift.i,. umin ,1 111 it indebted to tho afore-sai- d corporation cow with young calf. a week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crow-.- ' will please call and settle. HOWARD MOSELKV. and family, of Hedn. Hnrtford, Ky. Wat Taylor, President, 3Up W. C. EVERLY. Secretary. 2U Mr S. L. King, of the local A. C. A Misses Hone nnd Hope Ward, of APPKKCIATICS HIS 'APElt. (iweusboro, havo been guests of .Mr. is .expected to arrive homo today fror (Clipped ) a 'in Mrs. J. Caskey Hennett and other Milwaukee, Wis., where ho wont a week ngo. to attend to business mat-te- n rc'atlves hero this week. for the corporation. Don't stop my papor printer: Don't strike my name off yet; Wanted To buy 50 to "fi acres of Rev. L. K. .May. Presiding Elder. You know tho times stringent g'hod farm land. Owenshoro District, M. E. Church S . EM.MKTTE MARTIN, And dollars hard to get: will preach at the local .Methodist Hut tug a little harder R. 1. Olatou. Ky. 4t2p at uilevcu church. Sunday morning Is what I mean to do, And scrape enough togethor lMibelle and at Heaver Dam, at S:X0 P. M. Mary Ellen and Misses Enough for 1110 and you. Moore loft Thursday for their home j Horry Dudley Walkor, after spend in Louisville, after spending several ing a year or moro across the blgi can't afford to drop it, weeks with relatives hero pond, witli tho party shaporoned by! And find It doesn't pay daugli- - Uncle Samuel, is at homo hero wlthTo do without a papor, Mrs. R. M. Thornslieriy nnd However others may. ter, Miss Lucllo. of Owenshoro, aro his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. R. I). 1 hato to ask my neighbors visiting tho family of Mr. and Mrs. Walker. To givo 1110 theirs on loan; A. M. Harnett, of this place. Mr. ,. L. Mauzy, of Port Arthur They don't Just say, bjjj mean It, 'Why don't you havo your own? Mr. Walter Hell, wife nnd llttlo Texas, Is visiting friends in this, his Kin, W. ('., visited Air. Hell's sister, old homo town. Mr. Mauzy will re Mrs. Purdy Casobler and Mr. Casu-bier- , main hero about two weeks and will j You can't toll how wo miss It then go to Morganfleld, for a visit if jt by any fate, fiom Saturday until Monday. with his- - mother, Mrs. W. II. Mauzy should happen not to reach us Or coino a llttlo lato; Mrs. Joff Watterson nnd Mr. and .and family. I Then all Is In a hub-bu- b Mrs. Randall Watterson, of Ashley, And things go all awry; hero Monday for a few j Messrs. A. A. and L. M. Sandefur. III, arrived weeks visit with relatives and friends , of St. Louis, Mo who havo been vis-- 1 And. Printer, if you'ro murrlod Itlng friends and relative In Ohio I You'll know tho reason why. wore in j on County for si'voial days, Wo aro prepared to drill wells Hhoit notice. Prices right and work Hartford last Saturday and paid this 'rno children want tho.su stories, ofllco a pleasant visit while here. And wife is anxious, too, guaranteed. (Homo Phone.) ' I At flrbt to glnnco it over SCIIROADER & JACOBS, And then to read It through; Tho Lames aiu 01 wesicy inapei R. 1., Hartford, Ky. 3t2p Church, Nocreok, will sono Jco eran: And 1 read the editorials And scan tho local views. Miss Orrell Flelden. of Louisville, nnd other refreshments. S.ituidny who had been visiting fiiunds hero evening, August 9th, at S p. 111. Hr- - And read tho correspondence And every bit of news. for several days, has loft for Suth- erybody Invited. Proceeds to bo us m erland and OweiiBboro, for a visit ed for benefit of tho church. The principal of thrift is thy founMRS. L. M. WARD. Pros. returning to her of tome 'Ipys before dation of character. MRS. D. E. WARD, Suc'y. J.ome. . Miss llattletlrenell, of Loltehfleld, - i 1 get out of the hard work of churning. We have two receiving days in a week for Cream, eveiy Tuesday and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each week. Some 'people don't understand how to handle Cream, they think it must be sweet before we will take it. Forget that, it does not hurt it one bit to sour. Call our place of business over 'phone or in person and our manager will explain to you how you can make money with less work. IV : t 4-- .VL V I t t t t t t !... i ... KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Incorporated, Branch IIouso, Owned anil Operated by Armour IIARTFOUD, KENTUCKY. & Co., ..' m "WILSON MAN SMOTHERED. L. T. RILEY, Manager. United States Food Administration License No. I ! j j j Com-Mtup- "Washington, July 23 Republi cans in Congress have become more and more elated over the results of the recent special Congressional elec tion In the fourth district of Minneso ta, as they have analyzed the returns and found that Richard D. O'Brien, who ran on a sole plea for support of the policies of President Wilson, wns 6, ISO snowed under by receiving votes out of a total of 20.91S and landed a bad third. He urged that the Democratic party he supported for its record in tho war, but the warriors of the ballot are thought at the Capitol to have remembered the specious promises of 191C, with tho lesiilt that the regular Republican nominee, Carl W. Cummins, got 8.75S votes. The winner of the fight, Oscar Keller, was foimerly a Republican, but is now quite as pronounced a rad ical as Haer. of North Dakota. He ircelved at least the tacit endorsement of tho Nonpartisan League. His total vote was 11.742. Tho fact that he. a radical, received such a vote and won is attributed here to general discontent with tho Administration mid it.s failure to keep the promises it made when It first went into power 10 reduce tho high cost 01 living. MOVE DECLINES CONFERENCE Senator Does Not Wish To Re Hamp ered Uy Secrecy Ind., has been called hero by tho illness '.I his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Uar-ra- ss Mrs Ous Veller and dauehloi have returned to their home in blknell. Ind , after a visit to Mrs. John Veller Mr and Mrs. Thomas Williams and baby, ot Hprrtn, 111., are visiting relativr-- j FOIt lU'WiKT PLAN I ' Washington, July Representative (lood. of Iowa, chniriiian of the House Coini"ittco on Approprirtt'oiu, Has a resolution in tho House, which will shortly ho r.dop'ed, providing for the appointment of a special committee of tho 0ith Congress lo be known as tho Se ect Committee on 1 I I J I The duty of this cotnniltto.) .vill be to consider all hill., resoluluma and documents for the establishment of n national budget system ntu! all proin preon' methposals for ods of dealing with appropriations, It will estimates and expendltuies Reconsist of twelve members, publicans and five Democrats It Is expected that the committee will make a thorough analysis of tho plan worked out by Good for tho saving of government money and effort m nnd will before the year Is over havo Save while you can and you'll not prepared for tho uso of Congress a to when you' can't. comprohensivo budget system which need estimates will prevent overlapping PUIJL1C SALE. made under tho present couiltllous by On Monday. August tho 4th, 1919 many different bureaus of tho de1 o'clock p. in. ut the Court partments at the end of each fiscal about Houso door in Hartford, Ky., wo will year. sell to tho highest and best bidder, m 0110 two story brick dwelling, with IIKI'LI.V. six rooms and 1W0 halls and lot 90 feet by 112 feet, and one vacant lot The farmers aro very busy putting 90 feet by feet. up hay this weak. Lots will bo sold separately and Tho party given ut tho homo of thou as a wholo and tho bid producing Joo Tliommnsson', Saturday night, 4 ho mast money will bo accopted. was largely atonded and all reported Propery U.cated in ilailford, Ky.. n good time cash and and terms will bo ono-h.iMiss Ophelia French, of near tho othor in twulvo months with lien is visiting relatlvus in this retained. community, this woek. J. C H.KK. Mr, Hull Rowuu Is on tho sick list. R E. ILER. Koslo and ChrUtla Mullock, of near MRS. T. J. MULLEN. Mr. SnuHi Cariolltdu. visPud Joe 3t2 Hy C. M. CROWE.Agt. Thomasson and f&nilly, SHluriiay ami am IIH.WKR DAM. Sunday. Mrs. Eminu Robertson is visiting Mr. George Davis, who has boon in Owuusboro this week. Mrs. Elllo Renfrew und llttlo dlscnargod frum tho navy, has lid home. daughter, Lucille, aro visiting Mrs. Mr. Will llarrass, of Jaiuonvl.'e, Pearl Oneal, of Carol county. Oi'-.,n lf Ilu-for- d, re-tu- rn tlf Utidgef Henry Casey, who lip been the Army of Occupation has discharged and, returiiU'l home. Kirby Tark, who has beo.. overhas returned home. Mr ohn Harrass, of Her 'a. HI. "I acknowledge receipt of your letter requesting me to come to the is visi'.ng relatives here. Miss Myrr'o Park, of Cent.- - town White House to discuss with you the of the peace treaty with is vsp.t.ig her sister. Mis O.irgo provisions Germany. i ronton and Mi Urunto-- t law, universally "An unwritten prohibits members of Con gross from giving publicity to Information obtained, nnd conversa FOR FLETCHER'S tions taking place at conferences such us you propose. Our conversation at such a conference would undoubted ly cover many phases of tho subject with which I am already somowhat 'familiar and therefore, in any future public discussion of tho subject either in the Senate or elsewhere, I might llnd myself embarrassed in the usu ef information 1 already possess, or that by Independent investigation 1 mny be able to obtain. "Moreover, it is not fair to you that your valuable time should ho taken up in going over with each individual senator a lengthy argument in favor Harness and buggies have of the ratification of tho treaty withI hope, therefore, out amendment. advanced within the past you will pardon mo when I most "respectfully suggest that you follow th'j thirty days but on account of method prescribed in the Constitution having orders placed before In communicating to the Sennte any Information that In your wisdom is the advance went on we will deemed advisable. Such a course protect you as long as this would not only conserve your time and onergy, but would give tc all our supply lasts. Better come in countrymen as well us to the Senate, tho benefit of your valuable argument and get what you want and advice." 'NOW. Are your cows payMr July 23. With a Washington, statement that his action was being taken with tho approval of tho President's secretary, Senator Norris today made public his letter declining an invitation to discuss the League of Nations with tho President. The letter follows: with been Mr seas, Children Cry CASTOR A We Are Going To Protect The Farmer ing you a profit? You aro losing money every day you handle milk the old way. Ask any DeLaval separator user then call us and let us put one in your home for trial 'and if it (toes not make yon money we remove it without (any cost to you and reniem-be- r you are the judge. We have a few Deering mowers left. Call us and have one held for you so that when 'you get ready to cut, the mower will be here. J.D.WOIiams&Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. CU.MU. PHONE. I ,ii- - yr "v T"ffg$ESJl yBplK0m the national joy smoke County, Krntutky. on Cnn iy nnd Cnvk hounded n follows: HokIiiiiIiik nt n iii.i In Hip North lioumlnry line of J T t'or.l'.i liml; GO V. tlioncu niniilnR N SPj. imte.i to n stono; thrum X. 12 K. 00 polos to n stone; thence 8. 12 K. tl poles to n stone; thence X. :tl polec to ii snssiifrjis niul doitwuoil, thence X. 07 V. :1S poles to two r"l on hit and chestnut on n brunch; thence up said branch HO j.oies to a lil"l:orv .it the Junction of another hr.iui'h; theiioo up the lefthand lininch .. 2' V. .18 poles to n stone on snld hrir.cli. thenro with said branch S. I V.. 2 poles to tlio heHlnnliiR. contnlnitu; ncres, more er lesii. The uirrhnr will lie required to execute lionds tiumedlately fter snle to he approved by tile cniuinlnsloner p.i.ahle In two eiiu.il lii(:iltmcnt i at t! p.'r lieullllK to hnv i lie force anil elicct of n Jit.i'Si.icit. md a Hen vl'l lie retained r.s ml.il-tlonmu'iirliy on the luiid hor-'lsold. (.liven undo." tny linn.l .is cmimiH.'-slonnfurrwiiil. this the I 1th diiv of .Inly. 10 lit. OTTO ('. MAKTIX. the waters of being lii Olilo Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 1 1 Hie Kind You Have Always Bought, and ''- 'i I' s been in use for over over 30 vers, h ,.s borne tV kiuturi f . llltc-lts- and lias been made ujuur Ins jv s,,nal MipervisiiMi since its iiii.i'. : . itfJ?'-tt&r?E CcicA&'i jt.iw no one to (tea ivo you in tl.. . All Counterfeits, luvi:.!e:i ..ml " Jus,: ;u-- j u " nre U Experiments that trille ".nil ,nul eiul.mgtrr tivj health i . Inlants and Children I've. mice n.u'nst txpi-rinuiar- a fjF er "t:! mm ('niuiriW-dnuer- . WeddliiK and (ilium, Attys. i I.MASTCi: CO.M.MISSIOXIJIt'S SAI.H.I Ohio Circuit Court. CorrrlcM mi by N.O. HcrnoMi Tobccu Co. NEVERsmokejoy as you puff out of a iimmv nine nacked with Prince Albert ! 1 was such IMfa J. W ., I W. Dudley, Plaintiff. Vs; Notice. Cnstnriu is a harmless substitute for Castnr Oil, P.iregorir, It ceui.nns Drops ntul Soothing Syrups. It is nleaumt. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is itu I'uarantce. For niore than thirty vers it b... been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feveriahuess ariMii.; therefrom, nnd by regulating- - the Stomach anil Uowclh, aids the assimilation of Food; Riving healthy and natural fclecp. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A iiiiiiiii .1. 11. Grogg, Defendant. u Jllllllllllllt! You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments I 1 That's because P. A. had the quality! IfIP? !'&? AVISTA &&S P ii tin Toppy red bast, tidy red tins, handsome pound and humidors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- d R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. C. IUil poll to be open- than five years. As it is not ed In each and all of the precincts our power to levy or have collected ROAD TAX ELECTION throughout Ohio county, on the above any poll tax additional to that already named date as the law In such cases levied and collected, nor to submit voting an directs and Slate Of Kentucky, Ohio said election he will firsta advertise the question of the electionadditional ordered by having certified poll tax, hence County Fiscal Court copy of this order published in a j is for the purpose of levying and coweekly newspaper published and hav- - llecting a tax on property only, .ei'i June 26th, 1919 Ing the largest circulation in Ohio ' and Nays being called for resulted as IS. F. nice. Yes; Q. IS. ISr iwn It appearing that Ohio county has county, for at elast thirty days be- follows; fore the date of iid election, and V. '' Yes; W. S. Dean. Yes; W. C. not sufficient amount of money for I Yes; B. C. Ilhoads, Yes; O V. road purposes and that the present C. Blrnkenshlp, Clerk of this court, ordered and directed to Immediately Howe, No; Sam I.. Stevens, Absent; system of road working by road hands Whereupon th" moYes. is inadequate and unsuitable for the furnish the sheriff aforesaid a certl- Ed Shown, fled copy of this order for the pur-- j tion was declared carried inci so working and up keep of the roads of ' ordered. Ohio county, and having been called pose of said advertising. MACK COOK, J. O. t. C of Said sheriff and said clerk are ' upon by the State Comnilssolner or Kentucky Ohio public Iloads of Kentucky, as well as further ordered and directed to do Commoiiuciiltli County Court by a large number of citizens of Ohio and to perform each and everything i I, W. C. ISlenkenship. Clerk of the county by petition for a better and required under the laws of the Commore adequate system of the working monwealth of Kentucky in adver- Ohio County and Fiscal Courts, do and upkeep of the country roads of tising and conducting said election, certify that the foregoing embracOhio county, and being desirous of and In preparing and preserving the ing three pages besides this one, is meeting this demand In the best and ballots mil canvassing and certify- n true and correct copy of tho order most practicable way, and it further ing the vote, and said election is di- made, calling an election for the purappearing that a special election upon rected to be held in all respects as re pose of taking the sene of the legal the question of a 20c road tax may quired by 'aw governing such elec voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, upbe held at a primary election at but tions, and under tho general election on the question of levying a 20c road very small expense in addition to the laws of this commonwealth now In tax, for a period of five years, niado expense otherwise required, and made 'force which relate and apply to such by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court at ts special June Term, 1010, which ornecessary by holding of a primary elections. election for its general purposes, it It is resolved and so ordered thai der appears of record in Fiscal Court is now, on motion of Euq. IS. F. Klce, tho money derived from the taxes so Order Hook, No. I, on pages 11 to IP, ordered and adjudged by the court levied and collected shall bo used, InclusUe. Witness my hand as Clerk aforethat a special election he held expended and applied in each and sevthroughout Ohio County and in each eral of tho respective magisterial dis- said, this 2Cth day of June. 1910. W. C. ISLANKENSHIP, and all the precincts therein uu Au- tricts of the county where said taxes Clerk Ohio County Court.' gust 2, l!il9, for the purpose of sub- are so levied and collected, so that PURSUANT TO THE FOHEGOINO mitting the question of voting a tax each of .said districts shall receive of 20c on the $100.00 on all property all and in full tho taxes so levied and ORDER. AND I1Y VIRTL'RE OF THE IN ME AS VESTED subject by law to local taxation for the cpllected therein. Persons carefully POWER f th selected for their competency and put SHERIFF OF OHIO COUNTY, KENimprovement or construction public roads and bridges ot the coun- under bond for tho fair and faithful TUCKY. I HEREISY CAUSE THE ty, cither, or both. Said amount of tax performance of their duties will bo AFORESAID ORDER TO HE PUBshall bo 20c on the hundred dollars employed in each district to seo after LISHED AS REQUIRED HY LAW, DIRECT AND FURTHER each year for a porlod of five years tho work therein, and said tnxns ..hall AND and no amount of money In oxcoss of bo for tho exclusive working and SHALL CAUSE THE VARIOUS OFthe amoent that can bo raised by the upkeop of tho public roads and tho FICERS WHOSE DUTY IT IS, TO levy In one year shall bo opcndod In bridges and culverts thereon of said OPEN A POLL IN EACH OF THE that year, and all Indebtedness creat- respective districts, and shall he so VOTING PLACES WITHIN THE OF OHIO O.N SATURDAY, ed In any ono voar for such roai an-- appoitloned, used, and applied as to CGUNT li ridge purposes shall bo paid out of liiitnvi) no system .' read wo- - i.., AUGUST THE 2ND. 1010. TO TAKE the fund raised in that year. Said in Ohio county fr -- i the road 'iin.l THE SENSE OF THE QUALIFIED tax to bo uu ad valoruin tax to bo yjteiu now in cxlstnnco to a ays m VOTE OUT IN THE AISOVE AND luviod oath year and collected by the if working .said roads by the una f FOREGOING MENTIONED ORDER. WITNESS MY HANI), THIS THE bheriff at the same tlmo and in the proper and lmprocd, adequate a d t?ame manner nnd by tho samo pro- sufficient road machinery, by toams, 2Cth. DAY OF JUNE. A. I). 1910. S. A. ISRATCIIER. cess that ho collects other tnxos and graders, scrapers, dltchors, drags, Sheriff, Ohio Comity. for the collection of tho tax lovled drills, nnd other road npp'i-uncohereunder tho sheriff shall bo entitled adaptablo and suitable for to and allowed a commission of 1 per both hills and lowlands, so that each , MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE tent of tho amount so collected nnd and all sections of road whothor hill Ohio Circuit Court no morn, an provided in sictlrn 1307-11- 4 or lowland shall hnvo tho attention S. I St. Clair, (it ill., I'tuiutii's. of Kentucky Statutes. Vol. :!. iineoH..iry and aultablo for Its proper Ys; Niitico ot Sal , Tho iiuwition of voting said tux of upkeep and convenient imo for tho Iliirlmru ot in. I) M'nnt. .ii'd order i'Oo ud vuloruiu on tho hundred dol- Mivor.il communltlea affected and i"rr lly vlrture of n ju l.tini-ntho Ohio lar worth of property mibjert hv tho general traveling public !ut tho of hulo of IU My I'iriui ( oini lit tii'in. Mil. in tlio law to IimwI tmullon. ninall bo purchase of finch machinery, iini aliovo Hiyloil iictlon, iliro'- ii " mo to following to the vnteik In the and toola shall he made !a no nell tho hoi'dliiaftiir clchcrH) il j,ro;i' language uud not otherwise: for tho nui'poiip of p.ivlu c tin In- event out of the funds derived from .1 (lel)l('(llli'HX I. the 20c road tux, hut exclusively from, C. l.iuiHi'onl, ilKllillbt th.' I" it ilc of "Ar you for a iraterty tax ot (leiM'H.dM ai liWulini; twenty ciiiu on each ono hunthe funds derived from taxes regu-- i thu balance) of tho nror it iiuv, larly levied and collected ouch ye- r innoilK tho widow ,111(1 ihihlicii of lu dred dollars worth ,of property for as already provided by law, nnd the snlil J. C. iaumrovl I IM In tho county, to he levied each men now subject to duties as road halo at public! outcry lo thi lilrhodt your for five year, for tho pur-Puhost lilililor i tho O urt Hou.'.o hands throughout the county shall and in llurtforil. Ky , hi Mouihiy, of improving or coiibtruct-indoor bp reloaaod from such duty. uitimr or both, the roads AitKiut 4, 101U, ilt luliui rc?;uUir The uniount of said tnv shall not county court clay at uno oVlocS: I' and hrldgos of tho county?" M upon it croili'. nt sU ami tnvlvo S. A. liroleher, hhorllf of Ohio coun-t- OM'oed tho said rate of 20e on tho inohtliH. tlio followlnn it'iMril oil prouKy la hereby appointed, ordered, hundred dollars ns aforesaid, nor be dly, and directed to hold ald election, levied or collected for a longer period A tract or parcel or land lying and ORDER FOR 20 CENT 'and he shall cause a j of sale entered in the above styled action at tho July term 1019. direct-lu- g me to expose for sale the hereinafter described propeity, for the purpose of paying the Judgment of the plaintiff herein, in the sum of with Interest thereon at the rate of (5 per cent per annum from the 12th day of November, 191.ri, until paid, together with the cost of the above styled action and the cost of this sale, i will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and bet bidder at Uie Court House door, in Hartford. Kentucky, cm Moudn. August Hli.. Ill 111, this being the first day of the regular term of the Ohio County Court, at about the hour of one o'clock P. .M.. upon a credit of and twelve mouths, the following docrlhed property, Certain land!, situated In Ohio County. Ky.. and lying on tin- - uater-o- f Green river and hounded and described as follows: llcing a onr-fift- h undivided interest In and to th follow lug described land: Beginning at a Atone and hickory, a corner to Herryinan: thence running S. SO E. 18."4 poles lo a .stone; thence N. " W 2ii poles to a .stone, corner to IScrryman; thence S SO E l:tf poles to three posts and stone, thence S. 1 i Y ",'. poles to a .stake; thence N. S7'j W 17 poles; thence S. I! W. 1S7Vj pole.s to ,i gum. corner to White-carve- r; thence S. in poles to the center of Cone Creek, and with the meanders of Com Creek N 01 W. 20 poles; thence S 29 W l'i poles; thence S. 2S W. I'.'i poles to junction of Coney Creek and Green River; thence with the meanders of Green River N 02 W 12 poles thence S. SO'i W. 1.1 poles; thence S .ri:i3, w :: , poles; thence S ISO"? W 32 poles; thence N. 77 W 19 poles, thence N. :',9Vj W. 4 0 poles; thence . W. .",0 poles thence N. 29 leaving said Green River and running with N. M. and I. O. Taylor's the line of land N. 2Sa4 E. Ill poles; thence N 12', E. 10 polts; thence N. .SS, W poles; thence with N M. and I O. Taylor's and J N. Herrynian's lands. N. 1 ", E. 100 4 poles to the place of beginning, containing 421 0C acres more or less. Ilelng the same land conveyed to the defendant, J. 11. Grogg and L. Dudley, by Clay Taylor and Mary M Taylor, his wite, on the 2.rith day of February. 1907. which deed is of record in the Ohio County Clerk's of lice In deed hook 31, page 140. The purchaser will he required to execute bonds immediately after .sale, payable in 0 and 12 months. In equal Installments, said bonds to be approved by the commissioner, bearing Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum. Said fo have tho force and effect of a judgment. (Jlven under my Irinit this the 1 Uh day of July, 1919 OTTO C. MARTIN, lit."! Master Commissioner. John IS, Wilson, Attorney. 1 t: .". :'. bo-id- s Pursuant to judgment nnd order GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Tiir crNTAiin comamv. mwvohk city, afffcU Mothers -- FTJ-- v ? 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HVr.lPNP Dissolved In water for douclici top pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. F'inkhain Med. Co. for ten year. rd setmiclilil s, When travelling, shopping, attending church or theatre, don't forget to have handy a box of v ii tfr. SlV. ll dnitguu. tr rn.mJ ar:jioIhgt'jllnnToilflCominny. iUloq. NUm. ly I nnil. USELIV-VER-LA- X All Druggists For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. J 72 tf : l.un-ilorcl- t WILL YOU mib-MiiU- - y, mWtl that They will head-of- f Headache or any other Ache or Pain. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Inci. . - 'fcr m g, y, to-w- lt: Feci right nil Iho time. Don't lay c'J from work for days by taking calumet keeps yu when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, wliiloroliovingyour troul lo. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Don',; A Treafmenl tnko anything else. You can't nffori it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Hyt for WEAK tern and relieveB constipation. A nut ural remedy, natural in itsactiona, bum LUNGS oi in its e licet and certain in results. It bo loner before Liu- - Vc-La- x CONSUMPTION wil won't completely tlisplaco calomel in ever tako it freely anj liome.i Children can with perfect safety. Every bottlo Kuur A quick relief for llial tired, run down fccllnc, V anteccl. 60c and ?l in bottles. None coughs, palm In died, nljhl genuino without tho likeness and slims fbacei, wealc lunci or coiuurapllon. II II data not bctp you It colli you aolblot. m turo of, L. K. GrLrsby. For eulo by r Lock dox eio OHIO MEDICAL CO, m. wLUAAia. i, uvtfor TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY SMnttm 7b mmm&y FOR ONE MONTH twi-al- COLUM0U9.Q. 4 i i Official Information About The road tax election was called at the request of the State Commissioner of Public Roads, and also at the request of hundreds of 1. Ohio County citizens who petitioned for it. 2. It will be held on the date of the primary election, Aug. 2, because this can be done at very small expense in addition to the expense requir- ed for holding the regular primary. 3. It is called because Ohio County has not sufficient road funds and because its present road working system is inadequate and unsuitable tor working and keeping up the roads of the county. 4. The tax is twenty cents on the hundred dollars worth of taxable property, each year for five years only. 5. .'; The Road Tax ! 11. I Federal pikes that are proposed, and that we are expecting to get as fast as time will let us, are as f ollwos: A pike from Butler County line to the Daviess County line on route from Owensboro to Bowling Green. A pike from Breckenridge County line to the Daviess County line through Fordsville, on route from Louisville to Owensboro, or Camp Knox to Owensboro. A pike from Grayson County line to Muhlenberg or McLean County line on route from Louisville by Camp Knox to Dawson Springs The tax is collected by the sheriff at the same time and in the same manner that he collects other taxes of the county and the sheriff gets only one per cent of the amount of road tax collected for his services in collecting this tax and that is all he gets. No other officer gets any fees, commission or any part of this tax, nor are their present salaries, fees or commissions increased in any manner by reason of this tax. 6. No poll tax can be added nor can any poll tax be collected in addition to that already be released from that service and the system of road working changed. 8. The money collected under this road tax in each magisterial district will be alloted to that district in full, so that the people of one community will not be taxed by this election to help keep up the roads in some other part of the county. 9. The Federal pikes that are proposed to be built through the county are provided for by the following plan: 50 per cent paid by the Federal Government; 10 per cent paid by the State of Kentucky; 20 per cent by private subscription among the individuals living along the pikes and 20 per cent out of the general road and bridge fund already provided for. 10. No part of the twenty cent road tax can be applied to the building or upkeep of the pikes except a part of that collected in the districts through which the pikes pass. " collected. 7. Men subject to duties as road hands will H 4 4 Each community through which it is possible for either of these roads to pass has a free and open chance to get in the fight for it. Competent state and federal engineers will select the routes most suitable and proper, after due investigation and consultation with the county officials and the citizens of the several communities affected. 13. The people of each community will have a voice in saying how the funds derived from this twenty cent road tax shall be spent in that community and such safeguards will be used and enforced in each community as will insure the use and expenditure of this money for the actual working and upkeep of the roads and bridges of the several communities. fo 14. The hills and rough, bad places will be given attention just the same as the low or level roads. It is the bad places, ditches, hills, etc.,' that need especial attention and appropriate steps wiil be taken to provide for such attention. 15. The Court proposes to use Ohio County teams, and Ohio County Labor and Ohio County materials so far as possible and to employ these teams and labor in each community and apply these funds fairly and equitably and to give every man in every community a fair deal. 16. Under present conditions our government taxes and our state taxes are taken and used by the government and state to help build roads for other people. One purpose of the court therefore, in calling this election was that by putting up a little more money ourselves, we can secure government and state aid to build some roads in Ohio County and in no other way can this be done. v andPaducah. 12. ., -t- -:- lclI:""T"", ' . 1 Ohio County Fiscal Court MACK COOK, County Judge A. D. KIRK, County Attorney ? '- - ...- - h'MEiUIIU'Vi riiwuni. j hi immwrnwiuw t mrAM.mMrm , : : : i yet we find in our stock many accumulations Although prices on all kinds of Merchandise are still going of short lengths, remnants and odds and ends that must be moved out to make ready for our Fall Lines, which are now weekly arriving. On account of the scarcety of Merchandise we were compelled to enter the market earlier than heretofore, or else have nothing to offer you for Fall. To close out odd lines, and make ready for all arrivals, we have decided to put on an AUGUST SALE ., sky-war- d, Beginning t w C w C3 Eight days of genuine bargain values. All goods will be masked in plain figures. Nothing CMARGEDo Wash Goods Our stock of Lawns, Voiles, Organdies, Batistes, India Linens, Flaxons, etc., is in fine condition. This line is just now seasonable, and the prices are below the market value 19c 35c White India Linen, Sale Price 42c Sale Price 59c Fancy Voile. 39c 50c Stripe Voile, Sale Price 23c 35c Fancy Lawns, Sale Price ISc 25c Stripe Lawn, Sale Price 48c 03c Plain ?.nd Fancy Organdy, Sale Price to-da- y. All STRICTLY C ASM. Ladies' Slippers .59 1.48 2.19 3.50 3.95 11.95 18.95 9.95 15.95 19.95 1.00 1,98 2.98 5.19 A 10 per cent reduction on our entire spring line. We will include in this also our Children's Slippers. A fine opportunity to save from 50e to $1.00 on a pair. White Slippers are now the rage for wear. Our stock is complete. See us. mid-summ- er 15 Remember the date. Be on hand if you need BIG BARGAINS at less than it cost the rnanuf acttir Ready To Wear Child's Gingham Dresses, 2 to years, $ Sale Price Gingham Dresses, Sale Price . . . $1.75 Child's $2.50 Child's Gingham Dresses, 6 to 14 years. Sale Price Ladies' Gingham Dresses, Sale Price Misses' White India Linen Dresses. Sale Price . t o 1 Staple Goods Brown Domestic, Sale Price Best Apron Gingham, Sale Price Dress Ginghams, Sale Price Yard wide Fercais, Sale Price h Dark Pereals, Sale Price Best Table Oil Cloth, Sale Price Straw Ticking, Sale Price Heavy Feather Ticking, Sale Price Extra quality Table Linen, Sale Price Good Cheviots, Sale Price 36-inch 40-in- ch 27-inc- it 20c 25c 35c 35c 25c 45c 25c 50c 50c 30c $15.00 value Laclios' Silk Dresses, Sale Price . . S25.00 value Ladies' Silk Drones, Sale Price . Ladies' Spring Coats, Sale Price S20.00 value Ladies' Spring Coats, Sale Price . $25.00 value Ladie Spring C:i.s Sale Price $1.25 Ladies' Voile Watts. Sale Price $2.50 Ladies' Organdy Waists. Sale Price Crepe de Chine Waisis, Sale Price $6.00 value Georgeite Waists, Sale Price . . . . Men's Furnishings Ties, 75c value, Sale Price . .45c 5 Dozen Men'.-- Work Ties, 25c value Saie Price ..15c i.k- Men's Leather Uelts, Sale Price . .50c lo dozen Alou'h Work Shirts. $1.50 value . .$1.25 2.00 Men's Fancy Shirts. Sale Price .$1.79 o5c Men's Fancy Sox, Sale Price ..25c 85c Men's Silk Sox, Sale Price . .65c $2.00 Men's Work Gloes, Sale Price .$1.50 $2.00 Men's Athletic Union Suits, Sale Price .$1.50 $.25 men's Union Suits, Sale Price .$1.00 10 Dozen Men's 15c Handkerchiefs. Sale Price . .10c : -- 10 Dozen Men's Fancy .... Mid-Summ- er Millinery Our Millinery business has been phenominal but we still have about fifty hats left that must move out during this sale at half price. $ 5.00 $10.00 Hats, Sale Price 3.50 $7.00 Hats, Sale Price 2.50 $5.00 Hats, Sale Price 1.50 $3.00 Hats, Sale Price All bargains see them. Tennis Oxfords 120 pairs of Men's and Ladies' Tennis Oxford.-,- , (soft walkers.) White with black soles or all black Sell everywhere for $1.00 and $1.25 a pair. Our Special Sale Price 7gc V Rugs And Carpets 9x12 $35.00 Rugs, Sale Price 9x12 $25.00 Rugs, Sale Price 9x12 $20.00 Rug:?, Sale Price 9x12 $6.00 Matting Rug?, Sale Price IaS Congoleum Rugs, Sale Price 9x12 Congoleum Rugs, Sale Price Fiber Carpet, Sale Price per yard ce : t x c o 0 $27.95 19.95 16.95 4.95 7.95 15.95 69 Ladies' Slippers Special 100 pairs of Ladies' Slippers, sold formerly for $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 in small sizes only, 2' .., 3, 3U., in Tan, Patent, Kid, Suede and Gun Metal stock. 95c Our Sale Price is Now remember, that when sold, none will be exchanged or taken back. All big values are worth at leastfour times the price we ask you. Boys' School Pants 10 dozen Coys' Wash Pants your need for earlv school wear ages from (5 to 15 years old, market value $1.50, our speeial Sale Price $1.05 15 dozen Doys' pure, indigo dye, stripped overalls, ideal ior school, ages from 4 to 1(5 years. Worth $1.00 per pair, Special Sale Price . . . 7QC to-da- y, v .' V It will be wisdom on your part and money saved to attend this money saving event, so come, and tell your neighbor about it. Many big values will be on sale that we cannot put in print. You can attend, resting assured that every effort will be put forth to make your time profitably spent. Delay means advance in prices. You will find Septem- ber and October prices much higher. Remember he yen tv $ Friday, Augu rl9i t aOiq to Saturday, August 1 0 t HARTFORD, oo' " KENTUCKY