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The Hartford republican: August 1, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919080101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 1, 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. 1 VOL. XXXII. )t jtatfiwft ItambJiam. Fine Job Printing. DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 .50 per Year No. 5 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. ntlon of Labor. Luther C. Soward, wedded bliss, a happy and prosperous TO-MORROW president of tho Federation of FederSOUTHERN BAPTISTS Journey, oven unto tho end. al Employees, gives thnnks to "one Tomorrow, wo decide ns to whether wo arc willing to pay tho sum of CHOP OUTLOOK IX THIS OF SHANTUNG PARLEYS of tho progrcsslvo Republican leaders TO RAISE BIG SUM COUNTY VKHY GLOOMY of tho House" for putting tho inca- - 20 cents on each ono hundred dollars worth ot property wo have, subject opauro through. Tho forty-eigto local taxation, onco each year for a period of flvo years. Don't bo fooled Only light local showors havo fall posing Democrats nro nearly nil from by anything else you may bo told. Wo know exactly what it will amount en in Ohio County slnco our last IsAllies Left It Entirely To tho Southern states. Campaign For $75,000,000 t according to our wealth. We now set asldo practically 25 cents to each sue, nnd then, on very restricted m He allowed ConcesHim To Be Launched Noof all wo collect, under present areas, covering only a mile or two "SOME" YKLLOW HOOT. $100 worth of taxable property, or one-ha- lf sion To Japan square. In tho Pleasant Illdgo and vember 30th. conditions, nnd if we are willing to supplement tho fund already available, Dolls Hun sections, wo were informed Squlro Wlnson Smith, of Select, from year to year, wo could havo a budget for our roads and bridges of suf- by a good fnnner of considerable age, recently dug a bed of golden seal ycl- ...... ..... ficient size to do quite a lot of roadwork of a permanent character. As it is t......r nrnna iirn niionmi rrM n.,; ir Ul n fi . . . .. !.. ....... " .w,. u...uuu, iu. n r nv mm ... Un Tuesday evening, July 22, at- wasmngton, .iniy ;iu. Nothing nasi1"" "" UwOrv rnn. . 11...1 muiium nm. u now, wo havo only enough to dump a llttlo hero and a little there, none of it mu.BUMc, u.a man no over Knew C:3n p. m., following a meeting of I'; a startled tho Senate slnco the treaty $2G.5G nftor retaining a sufficient yW peaco was signed f.t Versailles as 'luantlty of young growth to reset doing tho good it ought to do, and would do, if enough wero added to mako them to bo. Tho larger portion of tho Executive Uoard of tho GeneralA whole acre yielding In It of a permanent chnractcr. tho admission by President Wilson at the ',u,, One dollar now, will do no moro than GO cents tho County is In tho samo condition. Association of tho Baptists ot Kcntuc- tho White House, In constitution Proportion to this small strip of 8x80 would three or four years ago, and If wo did not have sufficient funds then, Field after field of corn is beyond ky two hundred and thlrtv pcopie with Republican inombors of thnt f'et, would ho worth oh, well, figure how In the name of justice are our people to keep roads in any sort of con- - redemption. Tobacco is also flro- - composod of tho lcadInB Past lng badly, much ot It has narrowed Laymen, and W. M. body, that ho alono conducted nogo- - ll out yourself. U. Workers of I 1. . .1 In.. ..... iiiuu iu l..n uiiiuii nun i Cn...n nr niu ii.ii.ltlil.l nic-i-i ui .l.n '.... uiu inu ...nM in gnu up unci muioneu out witn oniy snoc- - t10 state met at Broadwiv Bintlut ui ln uiiiuiit.-s- i ...ah n inu for cession of Shantung and 'flona .... -- ..r ll.n iuubi, ..h ..n,1.l.. ut ntl ...!... ni.nHnn.l.fl.l fnM n ..t.1..l Duustiiimuii tut Ktrfnfr tpnilinrv Infivna tfili'nril tlinlnn 'iijnurch, o, COI.()Ki:i) THACIIEHS' .v......u ...u mil. . nun uiiiitunuiiuit iui .. iniuiiu .. 1.n .l I in uuiiuiib n ii, inu in Loulsvillo, and.' formally y,y uwty millions of Chinese people to INSTITUTK AUG. 11 road improvement. argument as to whoso duty It Tobacco of this character is also bo - ,aunched the great ..DapUst 75 Ml. Thcro is no room for an the domination of tho autocracy of ,u.. Japan. p Is to bear tho burden of the of our roads, as well as other public worth ...u D.au Ul I..UUUV.M.B aii,umiB i on Camnnltrn." This la a south- very much. Tho Joint Institute for co.orcsd wldo movement and is tho proposed Tho burden of permitting this necessities for the matter of that. Its a rather strange colncidonco, that Pastures havo also dried up won program for tho next fivo years ot was shifted to him by tho Allied teachers of McLean, Muhlcnburg, you find tho extremes together In this movement against better roads. On dcrfully during tho past week, and powers, all of whom, tho President Ilutlor and Ohio counties will rouveno work for tho Southern Baptist Con tho ono hand, It Is tho man or men worth tho most in every community, to- people must resort to feed at an early vention. The date of tho drive of tho informed the Senators, wcro bound at this place, Monday August 11. Dr. Frank L. Williams, superin- gether with the poorest of men helping him. The man who can't bo made dato. Campaign is November 30 to Decom; to comply with secret treaties made to draw Japan Into the war on their tendent of the Fort Sumner High to pay taxes, because ho has nothing on which to pay, appears to lend himber 7, and from now until then every MOW TKXT BOOKS offort will bo made to prepare and sido at Its beginning Ho therefore School, St. Louis. Mo., has been pro- - self a willing tool to nld tho rich man in keeping all ho has, rather than pay NOT YKT ISSUED orgnnll0 for ,t took the matter in hand and over tl.c curcl1 ns instructor of tho Institute. Of the 75 million meager sum caqh year for the benefit of tho Whole community, of which, vigorous protest of Secretary Lansing. ant' this fact assures tho colored dollars, Kentucky will contrlbuto Superintendent Howard Informs us Henry Whlto and Ooneral Bliss, his touchers' f of an Instructor worth the moro wealthy would themselves bo tho chief beneficiaries. and this money is to bo apSome men nrguo that thoy are against tho tax proposition because of that ho is continuously receiving in portioned among the denominational fellow delegates representing tho while. Dr. Sumner Is recognized as I United .States, cave tho Island Klnir ono of tho foromost educators of his 'graft," becauso tho money is not properly spent, and a number of other such quiries as to tho now text books re - work ,ncludlng Education, Hospitals, cently adopted for use during tho orphanages, Ministerial Belief, State, f dom control of three gateways to tho 'race, In tho wholo country, Usually its tho dollar. excuses nro given for being against the proposition. luuaunu allium j'c.it. lie retiuusis i mture Btining or mo cninoso Kepub- "" According to their excuses, wo ought to do .away with all taxes, and tho fel that wo state that so far, nono have Homo and Foreign Missions. Outlines Campaign f, lie, ami me ricucsi oi tno miters SUNKEN HUN SHIPS low who is against (his 20 cent special road tax, If ho really moans what ho been received and that he has no inprovinces. The three American meeting, fifty- At this i. protectants against says, ought to start a petition calling for an election to do away with all tax-05- -, formation as to when they may bo ono of the) directors for tho snvrnitr- " tho President's ' expected The ltepubllcan will give flye D,strct Wish i fnvortd tnklng Shantung from W,u Ko T" (!m,t "'Itain, SiiIviirIiir because it it is right in one case it is right In the other. If good roads aro wer0 prcscnt notice of the arrival of tho new books and this was tho most representative l,w l,0,l,K "" ,' German, who bad taken It by force. v good thing for a people, wo ought to have them. If they aro not worth while in the first issue thereafter. mid giving it back to its original own gathering of Kentucky Baptists ever ' or. Chlm They protested prior to ! komlon, July 20. The work of ro- - wo ought to do away with all roads, one proposition is just as sensible as the assembled. Prof Jno. L. Hill, of GOOD HOADS SAVK MOXKiT. warships sunk in other. None ot us are so silly as to believe that we can over get our roads Georgetown College, who is tho State the t.' .ting of tho council of tho llol,ti"E the K,ow ,s Progressing rapidly Improved without paying for the work. In fnct no honest man ought to want t Grct Powers which made tho final Sca"u ,s The improved roads of Milwaukee Organizer and Director, outlined in "tpccted that by noxt year a road built by his home without doing his fair share, nnd the only manner aml ,l I, dci n.i in the matter. C6unty, Wis., save $25,000 a day to a brief speech tho plans for tho Cam. ... . !i n., .. . tho en Urn f tniit will Imvn linnn rnl. me is sain oy mo sen- si in which every man can be made to do his fair share is to mako all pay tho people who use them. This is paign and the next morning explained atcr who consulted him on tho ub alike, considering what they are worth. Looking only at the equitable sido the estimate of tho county commls- - in detail tho duties of each Director, jeet Cilder, of Now York; Edge, of! U,1(Ior lho Iaws ot salvaKo Britain h fV.-w.,jsloner of highways, as reported to tho "," ""'""J 0. 'A'ev. Jer e ; and Cummins, of Iowa. win acquire tine to tno restored licet ot tho proposition, believing that with the aid of this extra 20 cents, we may ' drive a success, one Nearly all of the light cruisors and do some road work worth while for, ns it is, wo know that we can not. Hav- Bureau of Public Roads of tho United the Assoclatianal Director to appoint admitted .that tho rmison for i' Oi h States Department of Agriculture. . re sion to the domnuds of Japan destrnyors hnvo boon moved into shaling faith In those who may hereafter be chosen to spend tho money wo in eacli local Tho statistics aro based on a census a Church Director low wator and" the big ships are now !li' tint Japcn would not hftv6 cntorod receiving attention. It Is expected would collect, if the proposed tax carries, wltlfnll of these points in mind, 0f ti,0 traffic taken periodically dur- - church- - In turn tneso local Church League of Nations or slgtiod tho wo shall gladly givo our approval for this trial of tho 20 cent road tax. ing the past four years. The census Dlrectors will select captains of teams Ai'ico trcitv had ho not dono so. And that tho flagship Baden and somo ot who will choose team members. hoping that wo may bo out ot the fog and on tho solid rock of permanent s mado by selecting 52 points scatter- u e ntriivention of tho treaties of the other battleships will bo raised In addition to tho speech made .by the county , and making sh f States and of Great Britain in about ton days but tho work ot improvement, meeting our brothoron ot adjoining counties at tho border th I I counts at each point, ono for, ..: witn C'.ina, guaranteeing tier Integri- salving the battle cruisors will be line with roads over which at loast, good will may be conveyed without tho every day in the week. Tho count Bryan, Secretary of the Stato Board tpr-ety, that Japan i'lould be more difficult ns they lio in decpor destruction of nil means of travel and intercourse. lis not made on consccutivo days, but of Missions of Kentucky, spoko on perr. 'id u io. ito tout Inie'ity to water. at various porlods from April to No- - "Stato Missions Projected" and said The Pall Mail Gnzotto makes the !: hn extent of a tenth of her original that the Baptists were solidly behind to see Ohio county sucking tho hind jVember, so as to arrive at average program and predicted success Pprpul.tioii. and the iint Important niioiiiicompnt lhat the first batch oi TAXESIAND ROADS? conditions. This census is taken to tho tit ot tho good roads sow. pan of her .and surface. This also In merman warsiupa surronuereii unuor Dr. E. Y. Mullins, President of tho If Bieckenriugo and Hancock and determine tho durability of certain Southern Baptist Theological Semicontravention of the policy of tho the terms of Jho peace troaty will -YARE CRAZY Butler, our door neighbors, hadn't lyvcs of pavement, according to tho nary, showed the "Challenge of tho upon by John 8f,im arr,vo Ht a "rltlsh I,ort- - Thls 'open door" agreed gone and voted tho road tax I'd feel amount of traffic a square yard. It eigui iireaiinaugnis. jfMlay when Secretary of State. iJllel w,u Great Task" and told of tho new e n,..i i.hii- - ..r i..., i"... - slimvtf that nlinnt. 2F..O0O vnlilrlps nf t.N cruisers and nearly a hun- ,im,ioa iimf i.n nrii.i.''x tii im..i.in..t vorld after the war; Dr. J W. Porter. n kinds travel the highways each f:...-- i . .... ... ....! 1110 provisions in ilroil tnrnedn lm:ita nml dpstrnvura. ot Lexington, in a very timely way ;i, iinieii or iiiriuiuaiuii Well, if tho ivowt comes to tho lla'- - Traffic on tho road has increas-wors- t, explained this as a "Baptist Hour.'" ,s opecteu a numuer oi meso J. H. Thomas Advances His tT regard to Shantung, but docs not deny per cent a year during about 42 Mr. Howo and I will try Views On The Tax And Mlhnt b.i was nlnci.il In pbnrirn of tlin vessels win uo assigned to f ranee. Mr. Geroge E. Hays, a member ot th-- i ..taad it, but it shall not be said thnt tno four years in which the survey Campaign Commission and pronpine.it n..irntintlniis iert .itnhii' in ihni. Othera will bu taken over by Britain Road Question ueen niado. wo did not warn tho people against llas tho "n'10'1 stalcs to ,)0 broken up layman of Louisville, spoke ou tl.o which was all tho ltepubllcan Scna-!nU8P(1 ns tarBets ,n UiltUo the awful burden ot tho Iniquitous Pctlco subject "Tho Spirit that Wins." Rev who visited him understood him Itors IiOUISVlI.LK MAHKETS road tax. "to admit. Because of this admission, Pranco has expressed a desire to ac- J. R. Black, Stato Publicity Director, Sorrowfully yours, possession ot the cruiser Graf Owcnsboro, Ky., July 30. I was however, thoy hold him responsible I"' Cattle Market rather sluggish. Epoko on tho enthusiasm necessary to." J. H. THOMAS. vtm V00 wmc11 nas .'usl ueen launcn- - mighty glad to seo Mr. C. S. Rowo, of for tiro lack of refusal to accede to Ja- Prime heavy steers $14.50 Si 15: hea the Campaign and of the noed of en- sounding a warning Contcrtown, pan's demands. Japanese delegates c"' vy shipping $13.50 14.50; medium tering into it wholeheartedly. Rev. C. .IXDOHSK CANDIDACY homo against tho road tax. in Paris deny that they asked Shan j to good steers $11.50 13.50; light, W. Elsey, Chairman of the State SKCOXI) HUXCO ATTKMPT. OP BAKEH AXD HOUKHTS I am glad .Mr. Howo had this roadj tung in return for giving up their fat heifers ?9 11,- - 'slon Board, presided as Toast master, Wisiint iwttitillr rlrtltti litit tint r li n f tax nightmare, as it will servo to 50: fat cows. SOffDll: medium. S7ffl !a"(1 Dr- - W. W. Landrum, Pastor ot Washington, July 30. Former arouse the populace to tho unbeara- To tho votors of tho soventh Sen- Thoy tlireatoned to romnlu out of tliu 0; cutters and canuers, $5.00 7; the Broadway Baptist Church welSenator Thomas W. Ilardwick, of blo burden of tho 20 cent road tax. atorial District comprising tno coun bulls, Moa&uo If not yielded it. $G.509; - feeders, $911; comed the guests and spoke very - opGeorgia, who was chairman of a great 'Just thlnk whnt a calamity Is about to tics of Muhlenberg, Ohio and Butler, . etnnlrnra ' 47?7)1fl- ' iill"li "f.v SKflri?) timistically of tho Campaign mass meeting at Atlanta to hear people! also the votors of Muhlenberg coun - lln F tho already OF TIIK , , In a meeting tho following morning sciioolA Sow OPIJX ntor Heed, of Missouri, oppose certain Vhy. the follow who paid tax on $1.- - iy tur ruiirusuiiiiiuvu, ruuiizuiK iiiui Calves 50c hlghor. Best veals, tho W. M. U. Workers under tho loatl- features of tho leaguo of nations cov-lnof worth of property would have to wo are standing on the thresh-hol- d medium and common orshlp of Mrs. Jnrdo Croe Bose, Or- . affairs of men, and $1C1C50; 'innl7or fnp tha wnmnti nf thft Smith - ..... According to superintendent How onatit, wns in Washington tho other gojj ol,0 whole bushel of corn every!11 nov' ora ' ... . c H.inHsf nnnvont inn. outlined the or moro. of (lay to Visit his old ColloagUCS and at - Vnnr to nsv his road tux. Well lnlirht I.appreciating tho fact that WO must, Hugs .uiuiiui. rectum-i- t . -- u tctua. -- nrd's estimate, one-hahavo men in tho legislative halls that ., ?oo 50. 12o 'plan of work for tho women, tho common schools of Ohio rounty :l0,ul t0 0Il0 departmental business. Ktr Uowo Hrmnd the dread alarm. p(JunU- - nnd nat 1G5 Everybody would like to havo good will uso diligence to enact laws that 't 1C5 ounds o1!;0. iK7"l20 lbs. Ohio County Heprcscnte-d- . nro now open. It is thought Mat all Ho Baltl lllat Senator Reed had been ... ' ' will bo in session by Monday, August ,Blvo a Breat ovation, not only atlroads but who in tho dickens wants are just and favorable to tho working dt)wn "ev. D. Edgar Allen, or Heaver throwouts, $19.40 $19.50; ro procured Atlanta tint throughout all ot his tour to pay for thorn? Tho country is go- -' people, Associatlonal Director Dam. is the 11, provided tcachors ,ini houuiorn state., Mnp wild with oxtravagance. inoreioro uo k rcsoiveu mat wo. Men ac- for all. At this dato flvo schools nro OI h - ad lambgTop iaiuus 25 for -this Association . and was present .. . .. nnn M Hardwlck. "I ntnfii:ii tunny pay ?.uu ior a reaper, wnoso iniiiiinrij' 'Ycs." i'"--"- 'u Aiinnriiiiutisi cents off. Best lambs, $15.25; sec- - at tno meeting, ino apportionment """-- . '"""ui without oachors under contract, for tho Atlanta mass mooting and when fathers bought a scytho and cradlo No- - 23, go on record as indorsing tho ondg tho prosont school year. A fow teach- $9. cuUg ' ?G(giS. beat fat shcep 0f Ohio county Association as aoter- . '.'mined at this meeting was set at $7C- ,ors aro yet needed to comploto tho l montioned that Mr. Wilson had,fr $2.50. Some wasteful farmer.-- candidacy ot Bro. Goorgp Bakor for 000. faculty of some ot tho graded schools promised to keep us out of war, and aro buying $1500 tractors when a State Senator, and Bro. William Produco county ono month after ho entered upon bin good pair of mules may be had for a Roberts for Muhlenberg -- ooalso. Eggs Candled, 38 39c. second torm plunged us into war, and fourth of that amount. it But If such Representative. fi. FSIOIINSOX DEAD. Country, 37 3 9c; creamButter Signed on behalf of tho District Ex that now ho was again before tho'fooi spondthrifts want to run madly RKPl'BMCA.NS AID l.AIIOlt. ery, 55c. people with u promise to keop us out,.,, wasting their money, let them run. ecutive Board. Garrett Fitzhugh Johnson, 22 year Poultry Hons 25 27c; spring W. D. DUNCAN, President, of war, but that I, for ono, rcf usod to m,t let us draw tho line at voting n Forty-eigWashington, July chlckons, 33 37c; por pound; roost old son of Byron Johnson, of McIIen- Lonnlq Jackson, Vico President. Domocrats and no Republican.! oled bo buncoed a second time, tho crowd r()ad tax 18 20; it, tiled nt tne home ot nis ratnor, 13c; ducks, ers 12 s. cheered for fifteen minutes. II. II. Vincent, Good roads may bo all right in Tuesday anil wns uuriou wounesuay pgnlnst the Nolan bill granting n turkeys, 25 28c per lb. (Advortisoment.) "I am convinced thnt tho sontlmont Daviess or Hancock or Butler, but ws Sor-lotwago of S3 por day to all oin- Potatoes To growers, wagon load ,nt the Rondor burial grounds. vices wore conducted at tho home by of .lho federal govornmm'. nnd of tho South Is against tho most ob- can worry along iu Ohio county and- tployres bulk stock, $3 por cwt; car load WILLIAMS HALL. tho monsuro, fathored by Represent- noxious foaturo ot tho league ot na- save our money. lots, In 150 lb., bags, $3.30 03.60 por Kov. It. D. Bennett. Tho deceased tions, it tho quostion wore left to a afflicted and In j young man had boon What in tho name of Josh Billing-cwt ative John I. Nolan, of California, was popular voto in Georgia today, tho do Wo caro if wo do become tho laugh Mr. Sldnoy Williams, 'of this placo uay Car lots on arrival No, 1 an abnormal condition since about passed in tho Houso with 327 votes lu covenant would bo overwhelmingly ; inK stock ot tho comities around us. and Miss Wlliye Hall, of Luzerne, timothy. S42 ner years, Slim nfflrinntlvo. ton: No. 2, $40; tho ago of two nnd ono-ha- lf . ... i noieaieu. surprised their many friends by quiet-- 1 ciovor mlxed, $3238; wheat and duo to spinal troublo cnused by bo- we'll savo that tax. This bill, for which a fight has been OC course our fool children or ly getting married In Owonsboro, last oat straw, $8. "8 strucK wun n ur:?K, laiuug irom mado by Nolan during tho past sovon NOTICK TO TAXPAYHHS will finally waste a Saturday. Tho bride is a daughter yoars without success until now, is Corn Soiling prices quoted by the top of a chimney. lot ot money building good roads In of Mr. S. R. Hall, of Luzorno. For commission dealers. No. 2 white, considered by his associates on tho Of tho East and West Fordsvlile Ohio County, but let us stavo off tho tho past three years she has hold a $2.20 por bu.; yellow and mixed, $2. CAHD OK THANKS. Houso Commltteo on Labor and by LjUopubllcans In tho Houso gonorally as voting proclncts I, or one of my depu- terrible calamity as long as possible position lu Contral City, and Is pop-B- 132.19. I am uneasy about the result ot ular thore a3 well as in her homo Wo tnko this method of thanking especially important, uocauso h estao- - ties, will bo at tho Fordsvillo court-hous- o Oats 83 0 8416 c por bu. on August tho 4th, for tho the election, and pride is llkoly to town. Mr. Williams is a sou of Rov. mm and expressing our heartfelt gratitude an oxamplo by tho federal lllshes If. order to move our big stock of to the many friends who extended I for nil employers In tho purposo of listing tho property of all cause it. A lot ot Ohio county peo- - and Mrs. A. J. Williams, ot this country and lays down tho principle- the taxpayors iu said precincts. Como plo have gotten a notion that tho place, where he is widely known and furnituro at onco, we will allow l.i us, lu so many ways, their sympathy-,- , Ithat every porson employed anywhere and list with us at this time or go to county ought to keop up with tho has a largo rirclo ot friends, who, por cont off on everything this week. during our bereavment in the sickCome in lies?, death nnd burial ot Mrs, Sarah procession. Pride is ruining tho with' the Ropabllcan. wish for tho Wo have a fine assortment. as compensation to a llv- - Hartford. --entitled i country and even me and Mr. Rowe newly married couple, as tbeyemb irk and look It over. D. E. WARD, O. Duko. our dear wife and mother. 4t2 ,ltlg WagO Ol UI icuai fd lci ua;. th-.away down lu our beam, kindly hate upon the voyage down H. N. and E. D. DUKE and FAMILY. lLER'S GROCERY. Tax Commissioner, Ohio County. of yas endorsed by the American Fedor- - PRESIDENT IN CHARGE THE DAY. ht ... ..... i.-- ,.u - ll ... ....t, ...... up-kee- de-IsI- 00 i I ...... """ i t! i li. ,J "'" 1 OU "ct " I ;"'"" "'" t,el l !r ' -- ; : OXK-HAL- tax-ridd- no in-th- lf ,.. .ni i. lo ""'" . ; ht njin-inui- m Secy-Trea- ) ...w.... -- grand-childre- n ut nt - ? w at 3: IS p. m. having covered tho dislifted, but enough spneo has been pro- U. S. A. IS NOT FREE tance of 106 miles in Just 110 minvldcd to glvo berths to merchant ship- utes. nnnTPiplnB- - Aflor th" pnrt at tho Job ,a SAYS LONDON PAPER It had licon expected that Castor ANH IISIrNll HUH IS completed, tho work of lifting the lrU9flClB( CaptaIn Fryntt,g BhlPf w!1, tlmo would bo made, but strong head winds retarded tho progress of tho begin, Then tho blockshlp and much 'other wreckage must bo placed on tho plane, so thnt It not Amazed That Dry Wave Has get hero In tlmo was makoposslblo to Blocked By War, Now Boon ,,onch n return to trip this nfternouu as had been Engulfed The Whole havo After British Belgium Immense To planned. tnkon up from tho Zeobruggo-Brugc- s Country Salvage Feat canal tho many mines which thq 4 enemy sowed In It, the Belgians will A Bilious Atliirk. When you have n bilious attack clear tho channel of wrcckago and London, July 1 1 "Some day thero your liver falls to perform ft- funcDy Itohcrt Welles Ritchie Mrugcs dock, In I... Ill .! clean likewise .. -I... ..u tions. Belgian which Oermnns have sunk all sorts of""'" ""3U DU,,,U "" ""cnc.ni Tho London, July You bocomo constipated The win nave mo courage to toil his country- food you ent ferments In your St. t ports of Zeohruggo and Ostcnd have craft, from dredgers to destroyers. -men that It Is tho very negation nch Instead of digesting. Till Inbeen opened, with npproprlnto cere An fnr Mm Vindictive, no nttomnt monies, to tho world's commerce. And has yet been made to lift her. Sho ot 1,bcrlr t0 a,Iow an man or number flames the stouinch and ratises i..u-scnow, slnco Antwerp has been restored broke asunder In a recent storm, and !of mcn t0 Interfere with anyone clap vomiting nnd a tcrrlblo hcadurhc to shipping for several months, these nil Imnn nf nrosnrvlnc her sooms to except Insofar as he Is a nuisui.co or Tako three of Chamberlain's Tnblets If he They will tone up your liver, clean rcopenlngs of war ports complete uo i,aVo gone. She Is no Impediment toia ,In"Ber t0 tho community Belgian aspiration to bo onco m ore navigation where she lies, so that tho "ccocds tho Americans wil p.'olmbly out your stomach nnd you will soon mako h,m K,"B nilor ' tUlo unJ be ns well ns ever ngatn. They only d in touch with tho worlds rce.uvork of removing her stylo of boss and discover wlat free cost a quarter. re- - j,uji can be left to tho last Behind the announcement of tho nt tlom Is." establishment of commercial facilities "i i...i w.o uiuoe, 0.10 m w.u FLOATING SALOON PLAN at Zccbruggc and Ostcnd lies a won Kurrcons acreo thnt in cases of derful story of patient toil and unro- - Cuts. Burns. Bruises and Wounds, tho most conservative of London's papers, BOOX TO "I.I'M HOL'XDS" mlttlng effort on tho part of the treatment Is most Ininortnnt. sn'8 ,n n ,0"B editorial discussing British admiralty salvago depart- - when an efficient antiseptic is appll.;nroh,,),t,on ,n tho Unltc'1 s,i,tos' Tho Los Angeles, July 2(5. "Bum is both humorous and sar-- hounds' in and near this city nio takment, under command of Commodoro 0,t promptly, there Is no danger of in- With Delco-Ligl- it installed you can have electric W. Young. It. N. B. For to him Jfectlon and the wound begins to healcalc- - u continues: ing hope. A 'fluting b.n" a ship lights permanently located in your house, barn or JM who have fondly, that will take on its cargo In west "Americans nnd the men working under him havo at once. For use on man or beast, tl.oUBli it appears, mistakenly bellev- - Mexican ports, fallen tasks of naval engineering al- - hnrnzntie Is the l.lenl nntlsontlc and other buildings bright, safe light, just where you north vnr, nn.l most .staggering In their magnitude, healing agent. Buy it now and bojC(1 thiU tI,ey llve'1 ln n free country, Ho at anchor three miles of tho Caliwant it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenIn a word, theirs was tho job to clear ready for an emergency. Price 25c, havo to revise their Ideas and cither fornia shore for tho benefit of the ient button. out these two fairways of all tho 60c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio flml somo ,uw definition of liberty or thirsty Is thc latest project. mantraps County Drug Company wreckage and death-dealin- g A former maiiagui of a social el u la nuinii nun nicy nave ueen deprived of that boon. Delco-Lig- ht m which thc Germans craftily laid beand a former owner of a cafe are said ., a ...... ..ttr.. "" "ou lul u,lu ... """"eiii s"l- - to bo behind this novel enterprise. By "u fore their retreat from the Belgian MOCKS STUTTHREK AND coast last October, as well as to reN'OW UK'S (JOT HABIT 1oso tllat tno IllaJor"" f the Amorl- loading thc bar nt a Mexican port the You can have electric power to run many apjean people are really in favor of this originators of tho plan bellovo they move tho hulls of ships which the pliances formerly operated by hand,, such as the British sunk there in their effort to July 19. Michael Bak- - .amazing abridgment of their natural will bo violating no laws. New York, washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. m block off thc German submarines us- un, of Brooklyn, probably will stutter r'B"ls l"" l,lu proniuiuonisis nave thc machine, and. as usual-- 1 Ifor some time all because ho ing Bruges as a base. A FI.IENDLY FLASH. An electric operated water system will automatSea (Sates Bottled Up. Daniel Muccrlne. one of his fellow-- 1 ' happens In such cases, the dc.noc- ically pump and carry the water to the house and average I he ls nweriess. When tho enemy retreated from workers, who has stuttered since rlcy Down on the docks they were talkbarn. It will save countless steps. You can have, American has become ashamed to say ing about a .schooner which had been the Belgian coast, ho did his utmost birth. Bakun mocked Mucerinc and if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of a in 1'ubHc that he likes a cocktail or a to bottle up Its sea gates so that they the latter swung one on his Jaw which struck by lightnling, when the reportbathroom. would be of no use for a long period, broke it. When Bakun appeared in glass ot laBer and meas to get it." er singled out an old mariner and "Tho a,nzl"S fact remains thnt sufl: and, in addition, he inflicted extcn- - court he stuttered so badly ho could There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed .ninety millions of sane, white humar sivc damage on tho canal which con- - hardlv talk. "Captain Haggles, It seems to 1110 daily. Delco-Lig- ht benefits every member of the nect these places with Bruges. "Serves you right." said Magistrate be,nES pledge themselves to use their I've read or beard of vuur brltr bo- family, every day in the year. ,owor to Prevent any Thc first thing Commodore Young Frothingham Defendant dlscharg-1co,n,,Ine- (I struck. thcir number from refreshing himself did was to make a temporary channel ed." "Yes, she was," nusweretl the old Delco-Lig- ht In the usual way." canal a heavy into Ostend-Brugtask. For doing It, tho largest sal- State of Ohio. City of Toledo, was it?" padccah imrr;aisT tkli.s why "Where aux Banjoes, about fifLucas County, ss. vage plant ever assembled was sent With electric light and power saving1 time each "Off Point Cheney makes oath that ha Trank J. ME.VDKXHALL'S CHILL TONIC to the Belgian coast by thc admiralty. ls senior partner of the firm of F. J. teen years ago. Very strange case, day, more productive work can be done. Work at Cheney & OUTSELLS ALL OTHLKS business The Itoynl Marine Engineers, under of Tnl(,ln. Co.. doingnnd St!ifa ln tho City that. Probably the only one of the night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with nfrtrnenlr" Pn.tntv Sir Valentino Gibbs, were also sent ' and thut said firm will pay the sum of kind ever heard of. We were Jog convenient electric lights turning night into day. ON,E HUNDRED DOLLARS for each to work there reiviirlne brldces and etery cas? of catarrh that cannot be "Mr. J. C. Mendcnhall, EvansWIIc. ging along when a thunderstorm Intl., Dear Sis: You ask us If we are ovortook ns. and tho vury first flash cured hv the use of HALL'S CATARRH wharves, etc, FRANK Delco-Lig- ht CHENCY. Owing to the number of booby MEDICINE. before me andJ. oubscrlbed In ' disposing of the one gross Mention- - of lightning struck the deck nmld- Sworn to my presence, this 6tl, day of December. hall's Chill nnd Fever Tonic we liaveiBMpa ,, 1)0ro(1 ., traps and sunken mines which tho as . hlf. as ,nv . . . Uit.ASur, ' Notnry Public. In. oil niinlinilnpD frnm nn mimllilv''leg right down througir the .Dottom (Set!) dnomy had laid, the B. M. E.'s and Electric lights are safe. There are no lamps or ls . "ail 3 catarrn thr. tnlv!im ,nonnln Inn , liml tn ivnrlr ternally and acts ..:ert'rir.c the taken in- - at retail ns this is an unusual quanti of tho vtisser " w ,..- -, throUKh lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a Blood on ty for a retail druggist to buy. For warily At tho beginning their job the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send "And she foundorcil, ot course?" fire. for testimonials free. your Information, will state that our was as full of dangers as of difficul"No, sir The water begun nullI'. J. CHRNHY & CO.. Toledo, O best physicians are prescribing your ing in, and she would havo foundered Sold by all druccrlsts. 'Ec. ties. But from the first they made Hall's Famllj Pills for constipation. Delco-Lig- ht chill tonic almost daily with better but thero eaino a second tlanh, and a excellent progress with it. results than quinine or any medicine bolt struck my t'ort-tOpposite the Vindictive the enemy gullunt mast. HEED I.OTKST OK used for malaria, chills and fever It was cut otf near the top, turned Delco-Ligliad sunk a dredger, with other heavy quickly pays for itself through sav- - X CHINA, LS PLEA, '0 have a customer who was all run bottom end un. and us Ir cumc down eraft on top of it, in such a position is ing time and labor. Its upkeep cost ., low. It - rf down, pale and emaciated and had onlorPI, thp lllllo nnil ,isged it up ..r....,;., l that the entrance to Ostend harbor San Francisco. July 10. Fear that cough. Some physicians pronouncedaiJt ULUI1UI11H.(U III VJJJL'I clllUll. tVllUIl 1 till UII IWl UM'tlt. II. as tight uh u drum. When wo got was completely .sealed up. Commotne worK o: me peaca coniorence ,., ra,0 consu.nrtion. One- of the will give practically four times the amount of light , wp SRWnil dore Young first cut a temporary pas would have to be done over again doctors hero prescribed a bottle of off either end and left the plug in the per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. sage through theso obstructions so '" tW (lecadPS "uloss chlna'3 your chll! tonic. He took It with th planks." thnt the Belgian nail steamers and ujii iiKiiuisi uiu uwuiu ui oiuiuiuiiK hes' results ana continued It for somo Delco-Lig- ht ,,, . . ,na ,. ., , , .unci mii.-- cinuu iiiui .il iiisu uue. , .. , .. , , en ,reiy wm. "" enemy-sunke- n wreckage 1" ""' T' . n" Then other "71 7 7. nao a cougr. ana .v. ,,.v.,.,,. UJ i,i. ciironie lpninrin. was hauled aside, and so a way into president of the.muu It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipChristian College tilui UI)0tl inquiry that the Jobbon, FOR FLETCHER'S basins and tho canal was made. of Canton, China, in an the address to- - nero purchase GO gross of your chill ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. ! All sorts of obstructions had to be 'lay- tonic a vour which, with our pur-The Delco-Lig- ht Power Stand is a portable eleclished out of the basins before shipsituation is chases, amount to over S0O0 bottles "ine uiiinese-Japanes- o tric motor that will operate any make of churn, sepping could uso them, a duplicate ot the recent situation in 'a year, which are sold in tho city o SNOW PALLS ON HILLS OF r-JJoon To Belgium. arator or other appliance. It is attached by means ROME ICECALLS OLD LECENI) Europe, with a militaristic Prussian ,p.uiucih." Signed. Lang Urois . ' Even now thero remain several nriTtv in control nnd tlm nnimlaco in ' n-- .. ,,!,.,, of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which rT.m MVt..i-- . craft to bo picked .. up from the water tuMir ot a Democratic iti,has " all .', properties of ordinary Home, July 19. A hcvero cold party, will operate at the proper speed. ... tho tu .,. ji ubium, .is i.u ho our concern to fasten to ami; quinine without tho bad effects, com-- ! wavo is "Weeping tho entire have ,,, th(J r,ght party Jn UlQ futuro.. hT,)InRd But tho channels ,th a fieav- - "nowftiH report-bee- n e' wItta glycornle, llcorltio and so unblocked that a combined ga,(, The sltuat,on ls tho remriant ba santa which makes it at onco the'0'1 ln t,lu Bfchiniitls snrroundlng OHIO COUNTY USERS boat and train service can again bo ( th(J whoe lnternational attitude best remedy for coughs colds and llo,,,e- - Tllu .rbabltants havo been Teaumed, and that means a great boon toftard chlna not 0f Japan only. Ja- - Lrippe. 'forced to put on their winter clothing ,y Price CO cents. Sold i:). A. BAK.VES foi tho whole of Belgium. lnn(l llres ll:lr u(-- ' started in their )an on,y take, her CIe fr()m other, oj,i0 Cour.ty Liug Co'iinimy At Xeebrugge. whore most of the We-tcr- iI j. a. IhoineH. Hhowe,i her ,,owcrgi whIch ij:onai:i) kandall salvage plant is now operating, a i tho past how they treated China. 'fiKi;MA-vThe cold weather in a season which TO PAY HEAVY wng- . ., largo juimber of cranes, railway -i usuully hotter than the tropics. ch, S(t f0 iviu'mvitv iv crnci,' ons and sunken vessels have had to ,0, NVe shoui,l in tho Orient anply recalls a regond dating back to tho be hauled up from the watr along the same principles of righteousness Paris, Wednesday, July 2C. .qoi. ifmiith century, when it Is said the sldo the Mole. Moro remain to bo as wo applied In Europo. munv will havo to surrender ... Virgin appeared to Johannes and They woro coinmand-jc- o "I hnvo seen largo forces of lapan- - Kranco 500 stallions, 3,000 fillies, J'"l10 troops in tho capital ot Phantu.ig go, 000 milch cows, 100.000 sheep and ",l l" ''u"11 a 0,1,,rch in sP(,t whore Incorporated. province. When tho Germans goats, according to a roport snow w'uaIl f!,l t!i next morning, Accordingly, tho BasIII-sectio- n Agent jin po.ssossion they had only a small mado y BEAVER DAM, KY. bef ore th French peace Al,KUHt Snnta Maria Maggioro, then tho of Kino Chau and theso Japa- - commission sitting under tho prosl-"'- " nohe forces I saw wore in tho heart of ,ioncy of Bono Vlvlaui, by M. Dubois, ,,lrK,art church ln ffonie, was ercetod Shantung, far iway from tho former prpio"-!erpert fcr 'ho commission, ",ul dedicated to the Virgin. ... commuiitliig oa tho peace treaty j.v.'j.. u..w. From Suffering by Getting HEU KIND OF PAKTV. J. 1911; $50.00 paid April 19, 1911, outh sldo of the Hartford nnd Leltch- clauses. $1C.G0 piid August 31, 1914; ?100, 110111 roan; thonco east with jaid roai ft. 000 neii you y.twn a good deal In tho Two hundred stallions. Her Lydia E. Pinkharn'i Little Misg Joan was to have ai paid Oetobor 19, 1914; $79.80, paid to a stono about 10 feet from J. D.' daMlmo. feol dull, achov and want tJ llllU7 VWVV nnw VVfWVV ,m-- m w nn,i .. .ou r. nun SVt'f r.n nun vu Vegetable Compound. Novcnioor 17, 1914; $71. GO, paid uiarus about ihtretch frequently It Ih an unnilstuka-- i 4,1 noo heifers also aro to co to Bel- - WrtU'ltiy party, having nttalned tho Dec. ii. 1914; S41.fiC. paid January North toorchard fenco; thenco hollow a stone In tho 'ble 'ntom of mularia. und unless gium from dcltvorio!m,l,nollB se of six years. Sho was 25, 1915, and $217.50, paid March from tho Hartford andthird Tho Leltchfiol.1 Pittsburgh Pa "rormtmy months to 5, tho cost of oad; thonco about W. to a lA I wiiduotabletc'domy wcAowiup to you do something nt onco you are aro t0 uo nmijo monthly during ii Try n"xloll Indoed, wancomport hnr- - the 1714, together with and tho casts 1. Wright's Hue; thonco S. stono InboJ nhovo styled action to tho piymg nor crreniy, nun a weaKnoss Whicn booked for a upon of chills. Horhlno 'period of throe mouths until coniplot-'1"- 1 I will offer for sale at ginning, containing 25 acres, moro oi salo, caused backaelio ,H ,, rhln ,llB,U(.ine tllat um ,)roVont 'mother with quebtionB. "Woll dear," of this outcry, to tho highest and host less. Deed ' cd ' public of record in deed booM tint! IieUUaClU'9. A unU1 linr mnllinr In niiiwnp ,,. ,,,i " " or cuio the .lldeasc. It drives out " nnn bidder at tho court liouso door in !S9, page 475, Ohio County Clerk's ofj niin.i mv """ jconcornlnB the advUahlllty of saying Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho itli uco. I attention to one of the Impurities on which tho nialarhl The Best I'liister day ot August, 1919, It being tho first Tho purchusor will bo required tj ,ll0al' S,,C" " your newsrinper Kerm thriven, strongthons tho livor A nlnrn of flnnnnl .lon.ni.nnd with KrnCB ,'0ror, tIl term of tho Ohio advertiscmenta uni B,WIIlBes tho )OW0. pric0 co Chamberlain's Llnlmont and bound l,Ilforinl. Utt, Imrly' J ,u,rtl,-- tl,1,,k day ot the regularabout 1 o'clock p exocuio Donas .mediately after sale . immediatoiy my " Accordingly, whon all tho County aCourt, nt G and 12 mouths, payawo in 0 und 12 months, In equa Drug Com-thr- .o 011 uor tho boat of pain is often moro lou need m., 011 Installments, said bonds to bo appro credit ot husba:.d boujiht guests woro seated around tho the following doscribed property, viz: en uy 1110 commissioner, bearing Ir nv bottles of p.'ny. effectual for a lame back than a llttlo to rest at the rate of G nor cent pc Two tracts of land, viz: -T,linE. Pinlvham'a plaster and doos not cot anything lta')l0' Joan from tho noal nnnouncoil First Tract On tho waters ot Elm milium, nnd to have the forco anj 'soleninly: "Mother Hays this la such m Jo'ifndo1?1 lk0 a3 much. Lick Creek, beginning at a a Judgment. an Infernal llttlo party wo need not on the sldo of tho Hartford black oak otrect of under my hand this the THOSE KILLED IN WAB : & Lcltch-fleGiven After taUnp two, lltl I isay grace., Answers. road, Clark's corner; thonco uay ot July, 1919. KltlAL PASSKNRKIl bottles 1 lelt fino ' weak-- 1 with Bald road S. 75 E. 31 poles, S. OTTO C. MARTIN. and my troubles caused by that Springfield, 111.. July 10. Stoiio SEHVICE STAUTEI) E. MASTEIt CO.MMI.SSIO.VEIt'S SALE. (.2 E. 18 polos, S. GO E. 22 poles, S. 3t3 Master Comniisslonoi aro the eld.er monuments 55 E. 16 poles to a white oak in Sam dkl should "tni Lydla-Hoavrin & Kirk, Glenn & Slna Qhto Circuit Court. Two Atlnntlc City, N. J., July 2G. Itej;-ul- I'eoplo's Savings Bank, et ul., l"test thing in tombstones. Cox's line; thonco with his lino W. merman, Attorneys. Vegetablo Compound." I'inkliam's 40 poles to a white oak Cox's cornor; passenger airplane servico beThey Plaintiffs. Mrs. Jas. noilliliKno, C20 Knapp St., ihavo anlved in Springfield. Vs; Notico thence with anothor of his lines W. N.S., Pittsburgh, Pa. To Improve Your Digestion. uro carved trom solid rock by an tween New York und Atlrtic City 2G poles to a whlto oak, dog32 T. Wright, al., Defendants. Wcmen who suiter from any form of concern, "For years my digestion was was begun today. Two women, Mrs L. By vlrtuo ot ct judgment and order wood and dead red oak, Clark's corlho ll,5uio weakness.asindicutedbydisplacements, a ulceration, irregularities, plays a soldier In uniform, lint, 'oat, John A. Hoaglnnd, ot Now York and of sale of tho Ohio Clicult Court, ner ot Cox's lino; thonco with Cox's poor that I could only out tho llgh A gun : backache, headaches, nervousness or putter? und everything. Miss Ethel Hodges, of Dallas, Tex., rendered In tho above styled action, lino N. 40 V. GO poles to a whlto oak, foods. A tried everything tba "the blues," should uccent Mrs. Kohr- - 'carrleit j, ail(ls a rCui3l. toic.i to were the passengers on tho pioneer at the July term, 1919, directing mo Clark's cornor; thence with anothor heard ot to got relief, but not un borg s suggestion and give Lydia L. polos as Commissioner of said Court, to soil of Clark's lines, S. 59 W.-2- 4 year ago when I saw Cha hl"l) f,aw '" trip. tho hereinafter described land for to a red oak, Clark's cornor; thenco about a Pin k h. im's Vegetablo Compound a ho f'Bur In ut make-up- . ho found Tl o do- Tho flying boat Mllllcent, of tho the purpose of paying tho judgmout with another of Clark's lines S. 1G W. borlnln's Tablots advertised and gotfi thorough trial. tlo For over forty years it baa been signer even vent so far a. to give H19 Tinvulor's Air Lino, loft tho sturtlug of tho plaintiffs against tho defen- 50 poles to tho beginning, containing bottle ot them did I find the rigf correcting such ailments. If you havo coat the dants, as follows: In tho sum of 0 36 acres, more or loss. A faco like. placo at the foot of West Eighty-thir- d vrlnkles iruuunum. oiucu lui.iug inem ji.ysiuriuua with 6 per cont interest thereoa Second Tract On tho wators of gestion ls flno " Mrs. Blanche "iJ.uiJ wi.lu iui i'UMg 'WojJgJ I'acU street, North Uiver at 12:CS p. m. auu imd ,f 'm'' ma' '' . advice to Lvdia rinhham Medlcinu from June C, 1910, credited by tho Elm Lick Creek, owned by Albert , ... V, 1,.. u.juui rnA urnvuu I ui .1... miuuuu ntk.. ..I- - i'i.-- 4 following bums, ?19. Si paid March Wright, beginning at a gum on the iiy uir w iiiuiiuiuuiu tuois ..l.... fuuu. iuu 4. 10., Liynn. U1US3. 7CCnDlirPC nmnr&l LLLUtlUUUC nbUl ClN l Mlno-sweopo- rs I Delco-Ligl- st .,- I Brings City Conveniences Country Home to The -- a. i shot-riddlo- w. ' F. ... Saves Time and Labor mock-!ramur- ctl i otiB es yanii-tmuine- r. Increases Farm Efficiency -- I I ' ... ,,, Lessens Fire Hazards Is Economcial o' ht - ,,. ,.. ,., ,,, .,.;i ,, The wl :- l"-0- j ,.. -- """"'.,,'. I Children Cry Power Stand QASTO R A , . . .,,... ,st prov-repaire- d. y8r-!,uc- i '. J caldwell ,k Ut, ! I Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company HUSBAND t " . to-da- SAVES WIFE o i , , - . o ,, .,,.,.,.,., "rr v ""'" Inn '" WKS dl XXrT? mled ar u.-u- $1,-45- DEFENDANT-INVESTO- R TliN .MmiN Prosperity Assured J'lno In (Vmii Uy t It una ll.n lunblnu .! nf llnvn lderlck's Ufa when, on n disturb- nnce of the peaco chargo, )io wns linl- cd before Justice Piper In tho Niagara Falls, N Y , police court and scntenc-c- d to pay 12 weekly for six months. Dave looked aghast and said It simply could not bo did. "All right." mild tho Judge, "Sis months on tho rock pile for yours," la I..11. ,. I 1. 1.. ...I I " nnd he adjusted hlsspurtucles, dipped, " , , . ,?" i ii.ih-mi, in mm inn mini, nun I'xpori- his pen In Ink nnd started to write. 'onco has sadly shown that tho dlsoaso David, Uiu tlurcmlunt, did some bigness Is not ronioiri1 wl.on there tall thinking and ho did It quickly. of 'Six months at the works,' ho ru- -' arc successful niitltrimt sails or a of special trnnsportatlni .irlvl-logomlnatcd, ' and not n cent of pa' An I this old codger says that Is for nio through Tho packers thrive chlofiy tho economics Ineldcnt to If I do not buy $12 worth of War Savings Stnnips every week for plc doing business on a largo scaly and wltli perfected means. monllis UG weeks That guy was; 'Pip pnekers nro unpopular, but right life Is Just one darn 'hing nf- re unponulnr nro high " tor another but 1 reckon It U best o Pnckors glv" mora I"f to lose 912 per week than 30. mo customers, iui twit iiiuv win So Dave halted the court. railing nt unfair coinpctltlna will "All right, your honor, 1 glvo up." 'and 'Hot head them off If other food dis "1 11 buy War Savings Stamps. 1'lper smiled grimly when tributors would keep tho packers 4'udgo lie o.itllned tho process which requir- within hounds they must develop ways of lessening the margin betweon ed that payments bo made promptly, what is paid to producers nnd what failure of which nici.nt tho work nnd Is charged to consumers. On this when final payment w.u made, Ilavo 'v',n' Pro')lum f''o commission Is prac- was to get W. S S for tho full jiicuiiy Hiieni uns apparently noin-lln- g a 41 int ho had paid out. constructive to offer and this When tho six months bad elipsed, Dave again snld, "Good morning" to means thnt Its report, while Interesttho Judge. Hut this lima he entered ing, Is of little practical valuo New (York Tribune. a voluntary appearance "Judge, yer honor," said Dave, no When baby Is suffering tho doulonger a defendant, "you suro did mo ble affliction of hot weather nnd bowu faor when you sentenced me to pay that $12 a week. I did not he-ll- el disorders, tho remedy needed Is Ilnliy Hllxlr. It reduces the could save a dollar a week. McOee's condition, feverish corrects the Hut when I got through and now I sou stomach and checks looseness of the 1 have enough to make tho first payGOc per botment on the homo that me and the old bowels. Price 2Iic nnd womnn hnve wanted ever jflnco wo tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com pany. in were ninrrled And now I sentence myself to buy f 10 n week of tho sanio ox thi: .ion. saixt t W S S until wo get our houso paid 1 i , 'ialr' r,on,,n' brcnkfnst foods nnd washing powders. Thus branch houses nro not only stations for tlio distribution of meat nnd poultry, hut nro wholesale, grocery Iioukcs, nnd .1 n Inn . Itnulilna H ""-'" """ " iniinnnld ilimt It U, fertllUor, l.nttor, egg- -, rlco, nn.l countless other nrtlclcs. Tho Inva sion lias nrrlvcd with inundating force. Tho combined sales were nhovo 1.1,000, 000,000 Inst year, nnd go up to nliout n billion a year. The Tr.ido Co!iiiiiIhIoii Is strong on description of conditions hut weak on prescription of remedies. There Cl' SOCK BANKS GONE "' 1 "" ki oes-satl- i '""" ,(, 1 worthy things "M'MIIKU 10" OK MOXKV HACK said he found credited to the broker, but he could Frank Stnsor, Newburg, lad., not let him in. He asked the broker states: "I suffered with rheumatism If ho mnilo a good Income. "Yes, 7,000 a year," replied the for several years and tried numerous nbout broker. "Save any money?" asked remedies with llttlo or no benefit. You see, I Mcndcnhnll's Number 40 was recom- St. Peter. "Well, no. always believed In living pretty well. mended to mo and I used In all six 1 believed In enjovlng life as I went 1i4 lies and nm entirely cured. I nlong." cheerfully recommend It to all rheuThen St. Petor snld, "Did you leave matic sufferers." a widow?" "Yes." Leave her taken We hnvo Instructed the Ohio County Drug Company to Issuo a guarantee. caro of?" "Well." said the broker, she will have to get some vftli three bottles of "Number 40"! "I'm afraid help from her friends. You see, I nnd if you are not cured or satisfied, your money will be cheerfully refund-- 1 bad some stock and it didn't pan out very well, lint she'll get along ed J C. Mendcnhnll, 40 years it she's got some good friends." j druggist. St. Peter mused a minute or two "Nunibor 40" Is employed In rheuyou over take matism, scrofula, blood poison, con then ho said, "Didn't 'out any insurance?" "Well no, I stipation, liver and stomach troubles never bothered with Insurance." "Do "uk; fivk" 'yon remember," continued St. Peter, Tin: voitAcious "an insurance mnn who called upon ,L'SS than a month beforo you The Federal Trado Commission In ;' mention It, 1 do l!l1 " "Now ' a sneclnl report shows to what oxtent lho "biir five" of tho meat nncklne 'romember. "Do you recall what ho Industry nro permeating tho business told you?" "Yes," replied tho broker, of purveying nil kinds of food. Tho "he told me if I paid his company "big five" Jointly or separately, now $25 a month they would pay my wid-'o$50 a month In caso I died." St. control 574 companies, hnvo a minor'Petor stroked bis whiskers and snld, ity in 95 others, nnd hnvo what Is called an "undetermined Interest" In "And what did you say to him?" "Oh, 93 more. The packers now deal In I got mad anil Just told him to go to nucirvarlouH commodities ns fresh Mioll." "You did. did you? Well. In tomatoes and banjo strings, leather that enso. you had better go and see ami cottonseed oil. crano Juice, curl- - if you can find him. James, show , i this man to the elevator going down. I-!-Apply a cotton cloth wot with Hn'-larSnow Liniment to nil wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note Its wonderful healing power. It Is prompt nnd very effective. Piico Sold 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. m by Ohio County Drug Co. I w A wealthy broker died, and eventuI'ollce Judges In other cities nro trying out Judgo Piper's plan nnd It ally found himself outside the gates of Heaven. St. Peter met him and Is found workable everywhere. after ho heard the naiuo ho looked m him up In tho card index. St. Peter ItllKOIATISM CUItKI) V many for" I earned Thai Idle Americans House of Commons. Money Is n Wnslc. Tho cnsunltles to European nnd other civilians were: Killed 31; wound"Amorlcnns," says a man who has ed 35. The cnsunltles to the military read, studied and traveled, "frequentwcro: Killed 2!i; wounded 114. ly nro nccuscd of lucking tho habit Tho death sentenco wns Imposed on of saving. Comparisons, unfavorable thlrty-nln- o nntlves; detention for life lo Americans, always are being mnilo 27. Upward of 2,000 wero sentenced between tho saving hnblta of United to Bhort terms of Imprisonment. Tho Stntos residents and those of various military courts have been dispensed European countries, Franco, Hollnnd, with, tho sentences which they Im nnd Hclglum. Now ndmlttlng thnt posed being reduced by three months. many of theso accusations nro true, o tho answer Is not fnr to seek. WOMEN NOT NI.'CHSSAUV The pcoplo of Franco, Holland nnd TO EXISTENCE OP MAN Hclglum have snved, In largo measure, because saving Is tho century Lawrence, Mass., July 2G. Single strengthened habit of their people. life Is the liet, declared Jonnthnn Au- They hnvo saved because, money cam' ty, Lawrence's grand old man, who lng less freely to them than to Ameri has reached the nge of 92, nnd la still cans, their money-makin- g opportunibeing fewer, tho stern necessity a bachelor. ties Auty does his own cooking, washfor making provision for tho future ing nnd sewing nnd says ho gets a has been sternly pressed upon them. They have saved nlso, perhaps In n far whole- lot out of life by living nlono. greater degree than might generally He Is strenuously opposed to woman suffrage. bo suspected, because they have had Auty Is deaf, but has never been good, r,afe Investments Government ill n day during the past twenty always waiting, Investments In years. small denominations, to he had." Thcro is much truth In this statei.ono.iiAH'isni, OIL ment. The first Liberty Loan repre- KTHIKE WELL IX WAltltEX COUNTY sented practically the first general American opportunity for investing In Howling Green, Ky July 2G. A government securities. When the 1,000-barroil well was drilled in bonds of thnt first Issue had been on tho Lawrence-Phillip- s lease near purchased, many of them though part payments, countless American citi- Three Forks late Thursday evening Is located forty yards from zens for tho first tlmo had tasted the This well tho noted Moulder well In Warren Joys of steady, systematic saving. Tho County. Theso two wells, both of second loan found them ready nnd county, arc the willing bujors. So did tho Third which nro in this ones ever drilled In Warren and Fourth Liberty Loan Issues. The largest County. Tho Moulder wells were sold Victory Loan met with the hearty approval of tho thoughtful small Inves- for $500,000 recently. s tor, who had learned the IUXG1UM TO MAKE lesson thoroughly. Many a per-boOSTEXD PLAYGROUND who prior to tho first Liberty Loan had never saved systematically, London, July 26. Hclglum pro now buy Wnr Savings Stamps as reguposes to make Ostend the world's larly ns tho week's salary Is paid. playground. The "stocking habit," tho teapot It is believed that Hclglum will sec on tho top pantry sholf were out of an enormous Influx of visitors, who. favor as family strongholds some tlmo since. The American people from various motives, will want to learned to bank their small savings. see the famous battlefields. Ostend, Now governmental investment op- being tho natural center from which portunities being afforded, they are theso tours will radiate, will have for relieving becoming government stockholders unique opportunities visitors of their surplus money and In an increasingly generous scale. time, by means of a great variety of Constipation Is tho starting point attractions proposed to he erected for many serious diseases. To be there. healthy, keep the bowels active and regular. Herhlne will remove all ac- MOKK THAN TWO MILLION ANIMALS LOST HY FHANXfi cumulations in the bowels and put the system In prime condition. Prlo Paris, Ju'y 26. The final officii 00. Sold by Clio County Ding Cor.i- repovt on tho war losses of French pany. ir farmers shows the following. Hooves. 841,420; sheep, 944,570, A TltmUTK TO DAD hogs, 421,370; horses, 358,360, mules, 2.6P0; donkeys, 9,010. From a Soldier. Under the heading of agricultural Thoy think of us soldiers ns heroes. machinery ana equipment tin. followAnd prnlse our names to the skies; Thoy have tears for the one who is ing looses aie reported: Plows, 55,150; 39,350 wcedii.j: wounded tools, 50,750 harrows, 44,000 rollers, And prayers for tho one who dies, They write songs of our pals and our 13,000 drills, 27,000 reapers, 20,000 rakes, 14,000 niaclilnos. sweethearts 0 15,000 binders. 70,000 wagons, And mothors so bravo and sad; threshing machines, 90,000 seU Hut name a great singer or poet Who's mentioned a word about Dad. of liarness. el small-savingn, hay-maki12,-H0- Ila; Cecil Harms-wortof the foreign office, mndo this announcement In the Gcn. E. H. H Allenby. h, undersecretary Delicate Mechanism Despite its Company is a business of attention. scope Swift & in- finite details, requiring infinite Experienced men must know livestock buying with a knowledge of weight, price, the amount and quality of meat the live animals will yield. Each manufacturing operation must be done with expert skill and scientific precision. A highly perishable product must be handled with speed and care to avoid loss. Chemists, engineers, accountants, and other specialists are required to take care of our intricate problems. Alert wisdom and judgment must be used in getting stocks of goods into the open channels of demand through our four hundred branch houses. Branch house organizations must show activity and energy to sell at the market in the face of acute competition from other large packers, and hundreds of small ones. All these requirements of intelligence, loyalty, devotion to the task, are met in the personnel of Swift & Company. Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent per pound with costs at minimum. How can the workings of this delicate human mechanism be improved upon? Do you believe that Government direction would add to our efficiency or improve the service rendered the producer and consumer? Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, .Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, Swift & Company, U. S. A. THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES OF THE AVERAGE DOLLAR RECEIVED BY 7wiassi!inriris expenses f SWIFT & COMPANY1 '.96 ToStodfUisirl 85 at THE SALE OF MEAT AND BY PfiOOUCIS CENTS IS PAID FOR THE LIVE ANIMAL 12.96 CENTS FOR LABOR IXPENSCS AND FREIOtlT 2.04 CENTS REMAINS FROM 3oo WITH SWIFT acOMPAUT AS PROFIT Poor Dad, with check book and bles, Ho trou- HOPE DIAMOND, HEPUTED UNLUCKY, FOK SALE AGAIN Chicago, July 29. Who'll buy tho Hope diamond? It is rumored that Edward H. McLean wants to sell it. It Is tho ouo unlucky diamond. Diamonds aro considered lucky Jewels but the Hopo blue diamond, according to an old superstition, brings doath to all who own or wear It. Mr. McClean bought In it 1911. Ho knew of tho curse It was supposed to bring and of Its strange association with many historic tragedies thru While In his fam several centuries. ily the gem remained on its good behavior for years. Then Vincent Mc Lean, once known as tho million dol lar baby, met denth beneath the Mr. Mc wheels of an automobile. Lean, who once laughed at the old superstition, Is said, now to bcllevo In It and is Booking to get rid of tho tragic stono. Who'll buy it? DO YOU KNOW THAT hasn't a look-i- n nt nil. it's Mother and pal and sweetheart And Sammy wiio answered the call. Hut Dad must be thinking and working n a store or mine or a mill To get the old round Iron dollars To pay tho big family bill. STOMACH TROUBLE butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble? I heard Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite a long while I' suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with the dozen, Tho his shoes are run down at the Ho buys tho now bonds by UW yfiVfSafe Impurities from your body as you would dirt from your home. Constipation is the cause of much disease. Keep your system clean by using Sure Mild Highly recommended for Torpid Liver, Biliousness, Constipation and Indiges- i' tion. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. heel, And his overcoat's old and looks shabby, hut you novor hear old Daddy squeal. Ho doesn't write much of a letter To his boy who Is over In Franco, Hut sends him a crisp five or ten spot m Whonovor ho has a gocjd chance. Wlbh PHOIJE CANTONMENTS And openings when reading his papor And smoking his pipe or cigar, All important Ho thinks of his boy In khaki Washington, July camp Says, "I hope it's well whero you are. army nnd contonments throughout tho country will bo visited during tho summer by a sub- Now, I think just a lot of my Mother; committee created by tho House of She's written each day I've been llopresontatlves to probo for army gono; scandals. And my pals and my friends nnd my which Is No. 2 This sweetheart of tho special Investigating committee Iiovo all helped to cheer mo aiong; of fifteen, Is composed of Representa- Hut ! Dad i a good and Is huinni., tives John C. McKcnzio, of Illinois, And lomotluios I icitainly feel Hoscoo C. McCulloch, of Ohio, ami Th.it is Dad h s ta p.u nnd to wor'c Frank It. Doromus, of Michigan overy di ', McCulloch said to your correspond- I don't think ho gels a squaro den1 will be ent that tho prosecuted with great thouglitfulncss, and that a tour of tho camps and contonments Is practically tho only way In which this can be dono. When For Infants and Children tho members arrive nt an army camp, In Use For Over Years thoy will virtually resolvo thomselvos . .uways , A uciua into a court, Bond for witnesses, comthe S fc pel tho production of books and reSignature of cords, and sift avery bit of evidence to tho bottom. Already much oxtrav-iignnc- e und wasto have been found. 800 NATIVES KILLED . m IX EGYPTIAN WOTS Tho black ball Is tho safeguard of London, July 20. Eight hundred tho Masonic lodge. How to uso It for tho benefit of Masonry should bo natives were killed and 1,000 woundone of the first duties of every Mason. ed during tho recent disturbances In Egypt, according to dispatches from Masonic Chronicler. THEDFORD'S LACK-DR-A recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." acts on the jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draught CASTOR 1A 30 Tho Constitution of tho United States doesn't mention health? Procrastination In sanitary reform Is the thief of health? A book on "Exerclso and Health" may bo had freo for the asking from tho U. S. Public Health Servlco? Not evorybody can achieve greatness but overybody can bo clean? If you sow a hygienic habit you reap health and you attain longevity? Hallway cars would bo sanitary It It weren't for the peoplo in them? Aniorlca's typhoid fever bill Is moro than $270,000, 000 a year? Tho full dinner pall is tho onomy of tuberculosis? KAISEIt .MAY NOT HE 'I HIED IX LONDON ONE CENT A DOSE (J 73) London, Julv 20. It Is possible that former Emperor William may not bo tried in London, according to an announcement made In tho lloius of Lords today by Earl Curzou, of Kedlwlon, government leader In the houHo n law ho does not know by procedure Tho lloi'so of Lords pabsed tho and has novor been defined, la a ponce trealy and tho Anglo-Frenc- h couit he does not control. treaty through nil stnges. In the In his reply Karl Curzon said he oours o of tho discussion, Viscount thought tho Knlsor In oxllo lu uo way llrjce, former ambassador at Wasli- - comparable with Charles 1, or Nangton, deprecated holding the trial of poleon. Ho was unable to Imaglno tho former Gorman omperor at I.on that a man who had Ignomluously don, fled. his country could bo turned into Baron Uuclcnaster said there wcro a martyr or a hero by a trial, whllo grave reasons why tho govorninont his continual presence near tho Oar ought not to pursue any further the man border might be a political danproject of trying the Oennnn war ger. It might bo, however, that the trial lord. It was cortalnly unfitting, he declared, to abk nn English Judgo to would not bo held in London, ' No sit on sifch a tribunal to adiululster Uupl decision has been reached. upi'or I r OUR GREAT LOOM-EN- D SALE j Has Been, a Hummer So Far And it is still humming, and it will still be humming' when we close the doors Saturday Night, Aug. 2nd If you are careless and unconcerned and make up your mind all sales are alike you are going to lose, and I your lesson this time will mean more than you expect. Bargains GaloreMoney Saving Bargains! Come yourself and bring all you can with you. You are sure to buy some of our offerings. Furthermore, it costs nothing to look. If you can't see that they are cheap at the price, under the present Get busy. market conditions, don't buy them. Remember, Sale Closes Saturday, August 2 BROTHER E. P. BARNES Kentucky. Beaver Dam, . MMMMtt The Hartford Republican for the Republican Nomination for State Senator in the 7th District, composed of Butler, Ohio and Muhlen-bur- g counties, subject to the primary Election to be held Saturday, August -- r i 1 y WANTED. lou worship and zeal. Whether the or bounce the gang at Frankfort, lint locate somo of tho Ohio County boys, individual devotee of the dance com- do not worry, neither of you will be whom he might know. In tho list Will pay $11.00 nor tiound for mits sin by the act wo are not pre- trusted to do the Job, Morrow will scs of names he found seven J. R. Taypared nor attempting to state, but to that. He is not tied to Kli Brown, lors, and had he not been well ac- wild ginseng, Golden Seal (Yollo' Published Weekly by when taken collectively, we take it 'or "Fire Putter Out Pannell," or con- - quainted with himself ho novcr would Root) $4.00. Must bo free of dirt HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY that very few, if any, will ciiffer frou t roller, Thos. Hatcher, or to the com- have known Just which ono ho was. and dry, parcel post shipments ac2nd., 1919. Incorporated cepted. Chock sent on samo day the above statement, that is, its de- promising tax attorneys. Tho only way to destroy both shipment arrives. tracting Influence from church and NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. A "dime's" worth of Ice is not quite religious W. S. TINSIiKV, Editor C. H. WHITE, work and matters. We halves of tho Capitol clique is to While tho law requires all taxpayand Business Manager. half as cold as it used to be. sincerely believe that one great trou- destroy tho whole by electing Edwin ers to como to our offlco nnd givo a 5tS Baizctown, Ky. m Is P. Morrow in November. complete list of all their taxable prop sur- ble with both dancer and preacher The hog Is monarch of all he VrtinToA nrrnriline to law at the FOR SALE that it often happens tnat each have erty, wo will for the convenience of Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall veys, when It comes to market a mistaken idea of tho motives of the SOME PRICES KOK 12(5 acres of land 2Vi miles from tlioso in remoto districts, visit their m&iier 01 iuu buluuu uu TODAY AND TOMORROW respective voting places, other. Most sermons delivered on as per Hartford near the graded road. Has to advertisements Watch for tho five room house, S acres in orchard your vote the dancing question are, as a rule. all communications Address Don't forget to register 1 box P. & G. Soap, $8.00, This Is notice. delivered largely to tho.se who op-- i nnd Is well watered. A good stock The Hartford Republican. on the special road tax proposition pose dancing, and tho average dance. less than wholesale today. D. E. WARD, farm. Will ho sold at a bargain. See, good roads 13 A vote for tomorrow. 1 box Ivory Soap, fS.OO, also less Is likewise attended by those who see Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. CAL P. KEOWN. a step forward. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. no harm In that character of amuse-- j than wholesale Subscribers desiring the paper sent 1 box Clean Easy Soap, $3.25, likenient. Hence wo have two separato We notice that Senator Lodge Is to a new address must give the old question Is discuss- wise less than wholesale cost. of writ- factions when tho address in making the request. accused of the "awful crime" 10 packages Arbuckle Coffee, ?1 Business Locals ana notices iuc ing to representatives of foreign gov- ed. Reports from the dance hall and )er line, and Gc per line for addition-- 1 ernments for certain information, re- pulpit, one to the other, aro very 00. Somo price. j 10 pounds Peabcrry Coffee, ?4.50 tl insertion. nearly always exagcrated, and, for Obituaries, Resolutions and Card3 lative to the peace treaty and league that reason tho breech between tho wholesale price y !i2c. of Thanks, 5c per line, money In ad- of Nations, by some of our democratic 10 packages Ground Coffee, $3.50. two may bo widened, in fact that rulo vance. newspapers, without first obtaining 10 packages cheap Coffee, $3.00. usually prevails. One great reason for Church Notices for services free, Gov- 1 good Broom, 85c. other advertisements, Ec per lino. tho consent of the United States ap- failure of most sermons on dancing, is but win eminent. Mr. Woodrow Wilson Anonymous communications 1 gallon PUKE Applo Vinegar 45c duo to tho fact that the two extremes pears to have assumed the whole rereceive no attention. 1 gallon Acid Vinegar, 30c. are so widely apart. Sonio church There is practically a new world, emerging from sponsibility of tho American Govern 1 Bag Oyster Shell, ?1.25. Some members attend dances, but the ma as he will not open up the , ment, and TELEPHONES. the smoke of war. But best of all the new things is jority of the ardent devotees of tho price. recesses of his cells of hidden in1 7!ic mop, 60c. 123 ' Cumberland the new dance aro not usually found In church CO formation, how else Is the chairman pews on preaching days. This Is esFurmcrs Mutual 1 gallon Bluo Label Karo, 90c. of he foieign relations committee to pecially truo when wo aro in tho 1 doz. 8c Toilet Paper, C5c. secure tho desired knowledge? 1 doz. 15c Toilet napr, fl ?3. AUGUST 1 midst of a season of diffcronco and FRIDAY im T 1 No. 3 galvanized tub, $1.15. general discussion. We believe that tho road tax ought Choico assortment Aluminum ware. to carry, because wo need our road ANNOUNCEMENTS $1.45. ROTH TELL THE TRUTH. improved, and, aro firmly of tht 1 galvanize! pall, 45c opinion that no improvement can bo $2.00 Oil Can, 1.70. Judge Carroll, Democratic candl- We are authorized to announce I. had with tho moans now at hand. Come in and wo will givo you a Governor, charges that his B. Mason a candidate for Representa- Wo aro for the proposition because date for good price on anything wo havo in "ta!i- tive of Ohio county, subject to tho wo do not oxpect to get roads without opponent, Jnmes D. Black, has par cent holding stock. Wo got an extra 20 action of tho Republican party at paying for them. Wo aro for tho on possession of tho offlco discount on most of our paints st, possession the primary election August 2, 1919. road tax "not becauso we have much ring and they havo taken wo havo decided to give you tho dispersonal use for tho roads" but for of lii'm and ho cannot cut down ox- - count for y and tomorrow. wo aro willing to ponsos or abolish useless offices when ILKH'S GROCERY. Wo aro authorized to announco tho reason that men, who aro creating tho oxponso Georgo Baker, of Muhlonburg county pay our proportional part of tho tax the holding tho unnecessary Jobs aro duty it now is to and Miss Daisy Wedding, who has been a candidate for tho nomination for to help tlioso whoso Black" teaching in .Fairmont, W. Va., is In tho 7th Senatorial keop tho rouds in repair. Lastly, we for State Senator Candidate- Black replies to tho spending wo her vacation hero with her district, composed of tho counties ofj aro for tho proposition becauso only Judge and charges that Carroll is and Ohio, sub-- i deem It right, becauso it is tho Muhlonburg, Butler tnther, Juilgo It. K. AVeddlng and to voto progressively, becauso tho lug Mipported by Ell Brown of tho Mrs. Wedding. Miss Wedding huj t lect to the action of tho Republican case, Henry Illmes of the election, August intorost of all citizens within tho Harkness accoptiil n position in tho Manuel "The Car with a Conscience." party at the primary county, and many others, will bo ma- - Board of Control, Guorgo Spoor, Ban'.c Training School of Indianapolis, I ml , t. 1919. etc., torlully enhanced, because wo would Commissioner, Carr Thomas, for the p "escnt vear., A Maxwell dealer is not afraid to look you in the novor fool that wo had porformed our "The worst of tho Stanloy gang and Wo are authorized to announco duty as wo should havo done, if wo that Carroll cannot clean houso with face after you have bought the 1920 model, because Tho Chatauqua closed last SaturDr. T. G. Turnor, of Muhlonburg votod nogativcly on tho question. moh backers, counsellors and sup he is sure to find a smile of satisfaction there. Suday night with tho host number of tho County, as a candidate for tho nomi porters." Tho ontiro series of on- perb in every way. Complete in every detail. PerRight gentlomen! nation tor State Senator In tho 7th . Both rlgnu ' program. The dnnclnc craze, or whatever yo.t -- -. . nln Ititnnnttj - uim-- - tlnnn nnil Woll rAt). "" of may please to composed Senatorial district, call It, sooms to bo na- - Neither one, of you can do tho Juu fection made plain in the car line. Let us demonoreil but poorly attended, causing g Ohio Butler and Muhlonburg court- -' t at Frankfort, whldi wl(e AIm08t ovory g0(Ul(m np. ot quite a little deficit In receipts, strate. ties, subject to the action oi me pears to bo tho fluid of dancing ac- - tho peoplo demand. Right, you uao Party at tho primary elec- tivity, perhups groctor than ever be- - divided tho attorneys in tho Harknoss which the guarantors wero required tion to bo held AugUBt 2nd., 191J. foro noted. Ministers everywhere and Bingham tax cases, tho mem-ar- e to make good. ntdiuiitlnc to combat with what bors of tho discredited Board of Con- Taylor, Just returned from a atRoss Hartford, Kentucky. Wo aro authorized to announce tIipv on ni evil nr:intlce. Whethoi- trol. tho receivers of unnccobsary says, he went into of Greenville, tho act alone bo evil or not, there Is toruey's foes, etc, and nolther ono of little trip nbroad, Belcher, Newton can therefore'cven gtart to oust General Headquarters to endeavor to j County, a candidate no doubt of its'detractlng from rollg-.yo- u Muhlenburp fu-tu- ro to-da- y. to-daI FOR 1920 Things are being made new and better M ggggggjCjjg ' rt ' ' bo-w- 1920 MODEL MAXWELL ... house-cleanin- ""- --- ACTON BROTHERS Dealers : August Sale! On Friday morning, August 1st, we begin our AUGUST SALE, continuing to August 9th. We have some very attractive bargains in all our Departments, in many instances the prices are far below today's market value. This will be a splendid time to buy your early Fall Needs, any supply you wear. Special want for values in short lengths, Voiles, Ginghams, Lawns etc., all fine for Children's School Wear. Don't forget the date, August 1st to 9th, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. mid-summ- er B MIfs Mnfy Major Render returned W. E. ELLIS & mtO., pay tip-to- p cash prices for beef, horse and mulo Thursday, to her homo in Louisville, nftcr several weeks visit with rela hides. tives, here. Miss Cornelia Wortlium, of LouisDon't forget tho sale at tho Court ville, arrived hero Monday to spend the week as the guest of Miss Mattye house door Mondny nt 1 o'clock. Tho H. T. Her property will bo sold to the Duke. highest bidder. Hon. Josh It. Cntlctt, candldato for MiftA Mnrirnrnt T.nllrliflolil nrrlvoil tho Democratic nomination for Hall-roa- d Commissioner, was In town home Wednesday from Pembroke, whore she has been attending school since early In tho year. I am proparcd to bottom your Mrs. Alvln Ilussell Home, of Pern- chairs, llrlng ' them to mc. brook, arrived hero Wednesday, to STBVi: 1I1NES, 3pond .several days with her parents, (Haytl), Hartford, Ky. 49tf Hcv. and Mrs. A. I). Leltchfleld. Mrs. Omn Tumor has moved from Mist. Helena Mlllor, who taught In tho Exchange, to tho Hnrrass property, on tho corner of Union and Clay the schools of Tar River, Okla., tho past year, is here with her mother, streets. Mrs. Jennie T. Miller, for tho sum Qaylo Taylor, after spending sever- mer. al dnys hero with his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morton and W. M. Hudson, returned to Memphis, son Thomas, of Evnnsvllle, Ind., ar Tcnn., Sunday. rived hero yesterday for a few days Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Smith loft hero visit with Mrs. John P. Morton and tho first of this week for Cavo City, Mrs. John G. Keown. for a two weeks visit with relatives Rev. J. Walter Greep, of tho Her and friends. ald, left Tuesday for Daytona, Fla., Thoso taking part In tho Chatau-qua- , where ho will remain for some time. roported this as being tho nicest Ho will also visit other points of Inand quietest town, ot Its size, yet vis terest whllo in the south. Ited by thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bennett nnd small llttlo son and Mr. and Mrs. Randal' and Mr. Stanley Allen, daughter Rebecca, of Laurel, ijlss., Watterson spent from Friday until with Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs F- P Fpent last weok-en- d Foreman and family, of Narrows. John U. Wilson. - Honest Values, Correct Styles, Reasonable Prices! Accommodating treatment and absolute reliability have been the main factors in drawing trade to this house for the past 30 years. The most complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Underwear, Shirts, Overalls, Floor Coverings. Also good line of Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords. Make up your mind that our store should be your permanent headquar-ter- s for anything in the Dry Goods 1 I&z&Gb, The Harttord Kepubiican ritlDAY.. AUGUST 1 i I Mls8 Hottle 1h vsUlng Riley, of Union City. and hT Riley. Personal News Jll'irtle. 'spent last Miss Ilesslo Clark, of Sunnydalo, week-en- d with Miss Amelia Court was here a and Social Euents, Frank Corlcy, Clerk, of Ellzabethtown, fow hours, Krldaj. If Mrs. E. E. Urown and llttlo son, ot sco Llvcrniore, uro visiting Mrs. Urowu's you are In need of Ilalo-tlc- s sister, Mrs. Ellis Foster. LIKENS & LEAUU. De- Auburn Tlc'icnnr left here for troit, Monday. L - ti -, .- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hoover, who from W. E. Get your bnlo-tlo- s hav.i retlded in Dyorsburg, Tenn., Miss Gertrude Schlommer Is spend- for tho past fow years havo returned ELLIS & HRO. with Miss Nell horo, where they will make their fuing tho week-en- d ture home. ot Cromwollt was Tweddoll, of Central City. Mr. W. H. Smith, In Hartford, Tuesday. John n. Likens, of Decatur, Ala , Mrs. T .B. Petrle and daughters, Is spending this weok with his uncle, Misses Ruth and Leila, of IndianapoT.ev. Edgar Allen, of Beaver Dam, Mr. Frank Black and family. lis, Indiana, left for their homo, was in Hartford, Monday. Monday, after spending about a Miss Loulso Maddox, of McIIenry, mouth here. ot PrentUs, was Clarence Dennis, Is tho guest ot Miss Hose Etholyn ColIn town on business, Tuesday. lins, of near town, for tho week. Mrs. D. B. Rhoads and llttlo son, Wlnsott Baker, after spending a wool: Havo W. E. ELLIS & BRO to Park Taylor spent tlio latter part with friends and rclattvcs In Butler that Hay Press you need. ot last weok and first of this with county, returned to thoir homo in Boaver Dam, Sunday. Mlsa Vlrt'Inla Fair, ot Chattanooga, his mother, Mrs. Mose Hudson Tenn., Is horo visiting relatives. Mrs. S. E. Wood hns rented rooms ( Tho big truck allotted to tho CounBEST Patent Flour, $1.55 pur ?4 with Mrs. J. S Wedding, and will ty )' tno Federal Government, War Department, Is coming on nicely and move Into samo at an early dato. LIKENS & LEACH. pound bag. doing tho work of several teams, un most der tho guldanco of Cecil Tlchenor Grafonolas to pleaso tho White, of Salem. Ind. Miss Ruth fustldlous, at prices that aro right. is visiting Miss Elizabeth Mooro. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mrs Garfield Barnard and daug4t3 hter, Helen, of Dundeo, aro visiting Wo pay cosh every day for eggs and . Rov. E. S. Mooro, of Beaver Dam, airs, iiarnaru s uroinor, mr. w. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. will occupy tho pulpit at tho local Gary, at Henderson, this weok. They Methodist Church Sunday morning. will also attend tho Fair whllo there A tho very latest Columbia I Ro-cor- ds Mr. Fred Hobcrtsou Is tho "tonsorl-a- l artist" in placo of Mr. Smith, while he Is taking his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McMurtry and Mrs. Besslo Cox Smith and Miss Inez Cox, of Llvcrniore, spent last children havo returned home after week-en- d hero, guests of Mr. and Mrs several days visit nt Calhoun, with Mrs. McMurtry's father, Mr. Worth Howau Holbrook. Smith. Mr. Charles II. Tappan, of Tulsa, Oil Stoves (c Refrigerators? Yes Okla., arrived hero Tuesday to spend a week with his nephew, Dr. J. II. wo have lots of them and we aro going to allow 15 per cent discount for cash Tappan and family. on them tho remainder of this week. ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, Miss Esther, are spending the week For Sale Regal Truck, In good with Mr. L. P. Bennett and family, of condition. Price $480.00. near Slilnkle Chapel. C. B. SMITH, (Render) Miss Louise Phipps, who has a posi P. O., Routo 2, Beaver Dam, Ky. tion at Camp hnox, is homo on an ex tended visit to her parents, Mr. and For Sale 25 good pigs, will weigh Mrs. John R. Phipps. from 50 to 100 pounds. Also one Misses Mary Lee and Corinth Tay good raddle horse. CLAUDE KING. lor left Monday for their homo in Bt3 Hartford, Ky. Owensboro, after a two weeks visit with Miss Amble Fold. If you wish to buy a home in Hart in ford, or desire a good lot on which Our esteemed contemporary, stead of being a general democratic to build, be sure to attend the sale ot organ this- week, looks like a Judse tho R. T. Her property, Monday, at the Court House. Sale at 1 o'clock, John D. Carroll organ. P. M. Miss Cera Freeman, of Harrisburg. Mr. E. R. Stevens, of Route 1, McArk., left Saturday for her home, after having spent two weeks here, as IIenry, left Monday for Oklahoma. Mr. Stevens will mako an extended the guest of Miss Leila Glenn. d, visit with his uncles, Mr. Elmer ot Kaw, and Mr. Charlie R Mr. and Mrs. Randall Watterson camo down from Narrows, Wednes- Barnard, of Tulsa. day, to visit relatives hero before reMiss Florls Whittinghill, of turning to their homo in Ashley, III after spending a few dajs Clarence Hardin, of Pt Pleasant, Lure, tho guest of Miss Elizabeth returned to his homo Saturday, after Davidson, left Monday for Fordsvllle, having spent considerable time with whore sho will visit for a before returning to her home. tho soldier family of Undo Sam, Bai-narHard-Jnsburg, few-day- line. Respectfully, Carson Cream-Buyin- (EL Co. Hartford, Ky. g Open in Station Hartford, Ky. By the Kentucky Creameries, in connection with their Poultry and Egg business. We want to buy Cream, can pay you one-thir- d more on the pound for Cream than you have been getting for butter and you I have decided to reduce my large f.tock of Furniture, Hardwaro, Paints and Groceries, so if you aro In tho market for any ot tho above don't fall to get our prices before 'you buy. We will mako you some real nlco prices. ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bowcn and little girl, of Pond Run, spent last weekend with Mr. Bowon's sister, Mrs. Willie Muffett and Mr. Muffett, at Magan. They passed through Hartford onrouto homo nnd visited this office while here. Mr. M..L. Hoavrln Is having the buildings on tho property known as tho "Welnshemor" lot, on Clay Street, moved to tho rear of tho lot, preparatory to tho erection of a new renldenco on the site occupied by tho building being moved. Rov. L. TC. May", of Owensboro. preached at the local Methodist Church Sundny morning, to a fair fclzod nudlenco. Rev. May dollvored a timely and most excollent sermon, and In addition thereto, his manner ot address is both pleasing and forceful Charllo Carden Is making good progress in establishing his new flour mill In tho proporty recently vacated by Acton Bfos. In as much as he has promised to loan us a turn ot wheat and then grind It, wo cortulnly hopo that ho rushes tho Job to completion. get out of the hard work of churning. We have two receiving days in a week for Cream, every Tuesday and Friday, bring it either one of these days of each week. Some people don't understand how to 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. KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated, Hranch HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. H011.S0, at 4t3 OHIO COUNTY DRUQ CO'S. , Davis, of Owensboro, Is horo in tho intorost of Moonlight schools. jjlss k Hon. G. B. Likens, ot Washington, D. C, arrived hero Sunday to spoiijl no-cor- ds tho weok. Wo rocclvo tho now Columbia 4t3 as fast as turned out. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. ' on sale Wo will havo 1,000 lbs., of sugar y at lUs ciuts per IK ILER'S GROCERY. to-da- Messrs. Heat Whittaker and J. I. Bartlctt. ot Taffy, wore hero on busl,-jics- t, Wednesdiy. Rubsoll Plrtle, who has spent some jllino horo with his parents, Dr. and U3 Mrs. J. R. Plrtle, loft Monday for his OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Dotrolt, Michigan, to rcsumo work abandoned when ho entered tho Hhommoy Smith, who has been in army. Owensboro visiting relatives for soma Misses Gorln Flonor. Golda Coop- time, luis returned to his homo, near or and Messrs. Claron Flonor and town. Chester Wllsonall of Cromwoll, wore j Wanted To buy 50 to 75 acres of guosts ot Mr. and Mrs. R. 1). Martin and family, Monday and Tuesday, of good rami lanu. EMMETTE MARTIN, this week. R. 1, Olatou, Ky. 4t2p 49 Vi-- acres, 1 mile Kiii'in For SaU Miss Allabello Allen, who has been west of Dukohurst. 15 acres hill, rest visiting her sister, Mrs. John B. Wil- tiled bottom. Good improvements, 4 son, for tho past two weeks, has gono room dwelling. $50.00 per acre. For particulars seo to Hawesvlllo, to visit rolatlves W. C. WADE, returning to her homo, in Chlca H. 1, Hartford, Ky. go. 4t4 hear tho Columbia cords played and make your Como In, Re- L. T. RILEY, Manager. United States Food Administration License No. ! t bo-fo- re stock was present. It wa3 ordered and directed that the corporation bo dissolved and terminated, for by law in such cases, nnd that It's business bo brought to a clo3e. Notice of dissolution is hereby given in All persona stockholders accordance thorowlth. At a meeting of the indebted to tho aforesaid corporation of the Farmer's Union Milling Comwill please call and settle We understand that thdre will bo a pany of Contertown, Ohio County, Wat Taylor, President, given hero this year. Ky., held on Juno 27, 1919, at which Bwell Fair Hop ' W. C. EVERLY, Secretary. , Special music has been arranged for, meotlnu owners of a majority ot tho 2t4 . and electric fans will cool tho hoateu brows of tho spectators and of thoso who dance. Tho Hall will bo decorated for tho occasion. Many out ot town guests aro expected. J. R, (Ross) Taylor, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, nrrhed ho.no T1103- day from a twelve months sojourn overseas. Ross says for convenience ho crossed ovor with Uncle Samuel's other ooys, and In order to savo expenses and havo company, ho camo back tho samo way. ')' ORDER FOR 20 CENT ROAD TAY Fl FfTinN J i both hills nnd lowlnnda, to that cnch 1509.39, c with Interest thoreon nt the GREED AIDS ANARCHY . nf roa.i wi,Gthcr hill rn, ot ,cr cont ,cr nn""' '"" tho , .. p I12lh day of November, 1914, until or lowlnnd shall hnvo tho attention paid, together with ,.,' cost of Tnifllwrsi KurnMi ArRiiincnts To nccesnry nnd sultnblo for its proper nbovc styled action nnd tho cost tho CIRCUIT COUItT. Stir Up People IIEAVKK DAM; ot upkeep nnd convenient uso for offer for snlo nt sale, Judge R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. State Of Kentucky, Ohio several communities affected nnd tho this outcryi will tho highest nnd pubCh'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoyi-Clerto best frr lic I tuition, lull The 1'nric cor- Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartR. W. King. door, In County Fiscal Court tho general traveling public hut tho bidder at tho Court House Monday, respondent of tho Dally Telegraph ford. Hartford, Kentucky, on Police Judge J. W. Coopor. purchase ot such machinery, Imple- August 4th., 1919, this being tho first rcronlH n striking Instance of the mad Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. June 26th, 1919 Marshal R. F. Slovens, ments nnd tools shall bo mado in no dny of tho regular term of the Ohio fir(,0,i i,y which profiteers nro arming Muster Commissioner Otto C. Star-ti- n, FOKDHVILLK. It appearing that Ohio county has ovent out of tho funds dorlvcd from Hartford. exclusively from IIui Amerlcnn army In Franco is TrtiMco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, not sufficient amount of money for tho 20c road tax, but months, tho following' Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jono. regu- mud twelve t: described property, left nt the end of tho war with 100,- road purposes nnd that tho present tho funds derived from taxes Hartford. Clerk Olla Cobb. larly levied and collected each yer Certnln lands situated In Ohio 000 motor vehicles, mostly llttlo worn 1st Monday In March 11 days system of road working by road hands Polico Judgo C. P. Kcssiugcr. County, Ky., nnd lying on tho waters ..,.., ...i.,. by law, and tho store of unused nro-o- f is Inadequate nnd unsuitable for tho as already provided itutlc-- as road Coni'th. nnd Civil. Marshal Grant Pollnrd. Green river nnd bounded , "B, nnd ! working nnd up keep of the roads of men now subject to All of 1st Monday In May 12 dnyi Civil. described as follows: llelng a county shall nun OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Ohio county, nnd hnvlng been called hands throughout the undivided interest in ana to tho tneso tilings are oittcriy needed ny lBt Monday In July 12 days County llimril of Education. bo released from such duty. following described land: Iwould-b- o upon by tho Stato Commlssolnor ot French buyers. The ino- Coni'th. nnd Civil. Doglnnlng nt a stono nnd hickory, , E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Tho amount of said tax shall not would be iinaiu-i.,- .. 3d Mondny in Septombcr public Koads of Kentucky, as well as Pariicuinr, n corner to Herryninn; thenco run- - ."' 12 days DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart nliic III nomine to sot Indus! rv unlnc a an i. by a largo number of citizens of Ohio exceed tho said rate of 20c on the Civil, as aforesaid, nor bo tlionco' x, n"w'. 25 poles to n stone', matin and in supplying the other ford, Ky. county by petition for a better and hundred dollars tth Mondny in November 12 dnys or collected for a longer period jcorncr to Derryman; thenco S. SG K. v.isted districts. Tho Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Americans, more ndequato system of tho working Com'tli. nnd Civil. years. As It Is not within. 135 poles to three posts and stono: .. i... .... ... .. -- . Ky. nnd upkeep of tho country roads of than five S. 4 U . .19 poles to a stake; .. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COURT. Ohio county, and being desirous of our power to levy or have collected Jjionco W. 17 poles; thenco vlJ any poll tax additional to that alrcad, meeting this demand In tho best and Meets first Mondny in each month. Ky. mnMHr. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, most practicable way, and It further lovlcd nnd collected, nor to submit to Whitescarver; thenco S. 10 poles Vs. though gorged like those of tho JimIko Mack Cook. tho question of voting an additional in mi- - cuiuur in eonuy ircoK, nnd n,i.r i,cllliieront countries with war Ky. appearing that a special election upon County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. with tho meanders of Cony Creek N. Div. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beavprofits, hnvo not been nshamed to the question of a 20c road tax may poll tax, henco tho election ordered Gl Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshlp. 20 poles' thence S. 29 V. is for tho purposo ot levying and col- poles; thenco S. 2S W. 32 ',A pole's 49 procure from the French government er Dam, Ky. be held nt a primary election at but to Nhcrlir S. A. Bratcher. . Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley. Center-tow- .. ...... ..wb.. ii ivill ll .... ..,' Wl IIIU .. very small exponse In addition to tho lecting a tax on property only. v03 llinctlon nf Pmmv Cronk ntul firnnn .. ...,,.. ... llll Dtllli ,,t ,i... illllUIILIlll Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. expense otherwise required, and mado nnd Nays bdlng called for resulted as Klvcr; thenco withG2 tho meanders of K no.ig .,, pnaic pencil nurchnsers Jailer Worth Tlchenor. W. 12 polos: Green Hlvor N. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Mondny In necessary by holding of a primary follows; D. F. Kice, Yes; Q. B. Brown. thenco S. S0 n rciusni uy me r rencn govern- Tux Commissioner W. 15 poles; thenco S. nml D. E. Ward. Monday In April; 1st February; W. 37 poles; thence S. G96 W. nient to buy thorn Itself. election for Its general purposes, it Yes; W. S. Dean, Yes; W. C. Dough- 55 Surveyor C. S. Moxley. B. C. Bhoads, Yes; G AV. 32 poles; thence N. 77 Ms W. 19 poles; Mondny In Juno; 1st Mondny in Au Accordingly, the motor vohlclcs are Js now, on motion ot Esq. 13. P. nice, erty, Yes; Coroner E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st' ordered and adjudged by tho court Howe, No; Sam L. Stevens, Absent; vCiiNw9r Wi 4G.1"olcs:,tlHT0'now being hurt wholesale, that tho leaving Yes. Whereupon the moFISCAL COURT. Mondny In December. I,rofltuors ot tho French motor that a special election ho held Ed Shown, said Green Hlvor and running wlth"wnr County Board of Examiners 1919 throughout Ohio County nnd in each tion was declared carried and so tho line of N. M. and I. O. Taylor's may exploit to tho full the ills-laMeets first Tuesday in April nnd N. 2S E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, E. 31 poles: thenco N. Iress nf their countrymen anil Inci- - October. and all tho precincts therein on Au- ordered. MACK COOK, J. O. l. C. S2A?,,1G.llMeS: the,n.?vN?S,i W. S. Hill. gust 2, 1D19, for the purposo of sub' dentally Inflict a serious loss on 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, I. mitting the question of voting a tax Commonweal! Ii Of Kentucky Ohio O. Taylor's and J. N. Berryman's Franco's American allies Jnn. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. of 20c on tho $100.00 on all property Spirit of Kngliind. County Court lands, N. l?i E. 1G0.4 poles to tho examination. Hartford. Uml District Sam L. Slovens, Beav diploma subject by law to local taxation for the The snme spirit Is at work In Eng-acrI, W. C. Blenkenshlp, Clerk of tho place of beginning, containing 424.06 Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. more or less. ,..,nr ,,f irn,ira nir..,iv improvement or construction t th-- Ohio County and Fiscal Courts, do rl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school Being the samo land convoyed to' .. public roads and bridges of tho coun- cortlfy that tho foregoing embrac- tho wim war pronis nnvo ucen 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsville. defendant. J. H. Grogg nnd L.i.eiiiieii ty, either, or both. Said amount of tax ing three pages besides this one, Is Dudley, by Clay Taylor and Mary 51. steadily Intriguing to keep up. for town. May 16 nnd 17 County teachers' shall bo 20c on the hundred dollars a true and correct copy of th order Taylor, his wife, on tho 25th day of' their own further enrichment, tho ex- - 5th District W. C. Dauchertv.Balze- (White) Hartford. examination. ach year for a period of five years made, calling an election for tho pur- February, 1907, which deed is ot'ttjonato wnr )riros whlcht moro town. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' money in excess of poso of taking tho sense of the legal record in the Ohio County Clerk's of-- ,,1,a nnythlne else, render a violent and no amount of flee in deed book 31. pago 440. tlth District W. S. Denn, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. the amount that can be raised by tho voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, upThe purchaser will he required to attempt ai revolution possiuie 7th District B. F. Rico. Fordsvlllo. s' June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd be expended In on tho question of levying a 20c road execute bonds immediately after sale. levy in one year shall With these overfed "laterplllirs of 8th District B. C. Rhondes, Hartexamination (white) Fordsthat year, and all indebtedness creat- tax, for a period of five years, made payable In 6 and 12 months, In equal- the commonwealth" at ono extreme, ford, Routo 5. installments, bo apvlllo. ed in any one year for such road an.l by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court at proved by tho said bonds to bearing a,ul a lar "lIlcr ot hellovors In commissioner, Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and bridge purposes shall be paid out of ts special Juno Term, 1919, which or interest at the rate of G por cent per me magic viriuru oi i.uru uiisiriictn- iHARTFORD. stato teachers' examination (colored) year. Said der appears of record In Fiscal Court annum the fund raised in that Mayor J. E. Bean. bald hoads fo have tho force ness at the other the cjun'.ries which Hartford. tax to be an ad valorum tax to bo Order Book, No. 4, on pages 11 to 13 and effect of a judgment. of civil war Clerk J. A. Howard. are not already In a ; my hand this the 14th Given under July, Ohio County Institute. levied each year and collected by tho inclusive. lucky If they pull through. Police Judgo C. M. Crowo. day of July, 1919 Hartford. sheriff at tho same time and in the Witness my hand as Clerk afore Marshal E. P. Casebler. OTTO C. MARTIN, no i:i:ason TO LIMIT Sept., 19 and 20 County and same manner and by the samo pro- said, this 26th day of June, 1919. 3t3 Master Commissioner. ROCKI'ORT. John B. Wilson, Attorney. SUGAR SALES, HE SAYS cess that ho collects other taxes and Stato teachers' examination, (white) W. C. BLANKENSHIP, m Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. for the collection of the tax levied Hartford. Clerk Ohio County Court. SEIiKCT. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Washington, July 25. Action of Sopt. 26 and 27 County nnd Stato hereunder the sheriff shall bo entitled PURSUANT TO THE FOREGOING Police Judgo John .T. Jackson. dealers in some localities in lln.itliu; to and allowed a commission of 1 per ORDER, AND BY VIRTURE OF THE cachers' examination (colored) A much needed rain fell here Tucs- Marshal Will Langford. cent of tho amount so collected and POWER VESTED IN ME AS retail purchast-- of sugar to two lbs. day afternoon. no more, as provldec' in section 4307-B- 4 PIinDTDLI it niiiA rriTlMTi- jtr peison was crltlc'zed In the Hocso is qu,t0 a Breat (,eaI of v,8,t" day, by Representative llulii.gs. Uc- - ' of Kentucky Statutes, Vol. 3. TUCKY, I HEREBY CAUSE THE WILL publican, of Pennsylvania, who do- -' Tho question of voting said tax of AFORESAID ORDER TO BE PUB,,nS'n our neighborhood. Reynolds and chll- - carctj there was no occasion for such 20c ad valorum on tho hundred dol- LISHED AS REQUIRED BY LAW, TAKE OUR: (lren' and JIiss Mercetlese Allen, of cl,rtajlllc,lt. -- Tho scheme seems to lars worth of property subject by AND FURTHER AND DIRECT guests bo 'larked by profiteer sugar refine -law to local taxation, small be sub- SHALL CAUSE THE VARIOUS OF- McHenry, were tho week-en- d mitted to the voters in the following FICERS WHOSE DUTY IT IS, TO of Mrs. Newt Allen. ies which dosln- - to maintain high Mrs. Dayel Crowe and children are pr'cos," Mr Hillings said, "there Is language and not otherwise: OPEN A POLL IN EACH OF THE A Traalrcen! v,slt,nB hcr mother' MrS' Ann Nor- - plenty of sugar." "Are you for a property tax of VOTING PLACES WITHIN THE (or WEAK twenty cents on each one hunCOUNTY OF OHIO ON SATURDAY, ' Mrs. Jack O'Bannon, of Carrollton, CmF LUNGS or HITTING 1II.M BELOW I1K1.T dred dollars worth of property AUGUST THE 2ND, 1919, TO TAKE Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in tho county, to be levied each THE SENSE OF THE QUALIFIED CONSUMPTION Baz Stewart. "Did you call mo a bonehead?" year for five years, for the purVOTE OUT IN THE ABOVE AND Mrs. Emma Simmons and daugh nsked the big man. poso of Improving or construct FOREGOING MENTIONED ORDER. ters, Ersie and Cleo, are visiting her! "No," answered the little fellow. (celiac:, ing, either or both, the roads A quick relict (or that tired, WITNESS MY HAND, THIS THE couchs. nalnt In elicit, nlcht tnrati. hrmor ' D' "SOn' "I merely referred to you as an ex- and bridges of the county?" 26th, DAY OF JUNE. A. D. 1919. coniumplioa. II il doc CMIdrenZrliaco, weak lunrt or Mra- - Duvn"' of McIIenry, j. ..., ot coroi)rai ossification." , S. A. Iiratchor, sheriff of Ohio coun S. A. BRATCHER, g do! help you It coda you nolhlnf. nave returned to uieir Home, auer nn waltlng ty, Ky., is hereby appointed, ordered, Wola y)l Shoriff, Ohio County. A Safe, it OHIO MEDICAL CO. ,.,.. cmTu,0 extended visit with friends and rela-!,- ,. ,m t , .i and directed to hold said election, tives, here. Remedy for Worms Washington in tho dictionary?" and he shall cause a poll to be open- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ; Mrs. Sallio ii iiaaniiinrilililiTI Stewart spent last week gtar Serentj-flrV rear' contlnu- - (f ed in each and all of the precincts T333 m I ntiB me l the IrKtlmunlil II with her daughter, Mrs. Ramey Duke, , Ohio Circuit Court FKUVS VKUU1FUUK cau oiler throughout Ohio county, on the above j of Hartford. you. al., Plaintiifs. IN MASON'S HALLS. St. Keep a bottle alway nn hanil. named dato as the law in Mich cases S. L. Vs; Clair, et of Sab. at Notice Mr. Notter Gillstran is ... linmn .. It will lirlitkreii tlio little oiu-- i s .. directs and he will first advertise nuiuuia umramii, n( nl . h,,.M.,lnt Inl.nMn liappyaml hraluiy. t the Masonic Fraternity throuEh-B- y after a visit with his sister, at Cauey- -' 23c. a bottlo at jour drug-lssaid olectlon by having a certified vlrturoof a jal,;mi)iit and order, ... or tenpnl utiiroi or It IN 'out tho world the namo of Washing- e' jour dealer can't uipty you copy of this order published in a ot sale of the Ohio CircuP t'ouii eod lit name and 23c. lu iUtui4 May Urm. 1919. in tlicj Mrs. J. T. Wright, who Is visiting ton Is ever kept In remembrance as and we'll muJ yeu a bull! weekly newspaper published and hav- tered at its Iirumptly. styled action, directing me to her daughter, has been quite sick. jono 0f tho brightest lunilnnries in the i Succeed when everything elie faDs. ing the largest circulation in Ohio above In nervous prostration nnd ftmnle SoVoral from th!s p,aC0 atten,led Masonic constellation, one of the most E. & S. FREY VnMln! M'fn"! 'VCaknCSe county, for at elast thirty days be' remedy, at thrv nr iTif. M.,r.'ni 1,rontte prominent examples being his full- lco cream at BALTIMORE MD. thousands have testified. fore the dato of said election, and W. debtedneLs Saturday night, all reporting a nice length oil portrait in Masonic cloth- FOR KIDNtiY,L.VERAND C. Illcnkcnshlp, Clerk of this court, Is C. Lunsford, deceased, ni;d diiding I of tho prorenda, it any, STOMACHTROUBLE ordered nnd directed to Immediately tho balancewidow and children of .he .time. Verge Drake has purchased a jlng in tho hall ot the Grand Lodge of among tho t It Is the Mr. England In Lonilan. His pictured b.t medicine ever sold furnish the sheriff aforesaid a certi- said J. C. Lunsford I will offer for new car. over a utuG!s"s countir. form apparently decorates tho wall pur- snln nt Tin lillr nutrrv in Ihn lilrhiMt fied copy of this order for the and best bidder at the Court Hou.-.- j Rev- - Vtico Miller filled his regular of nearly overy Masonic lodgo room pose of said advertising. door in Hartford, Ky , m Monday, appointment in Butler county Satur-Augu- st in tho land, and his nniue stands first Said sheriff and said clerk are The Pain in My Foot!" 4, 1919, .'it belli:,' regular )day nigllt aml Sunday. upon tho roll ot Masonry's Illustrious further ordered and directed to do county court day! .it one o clock P. IVanit dead. and to perforin each nnd everything M., upon a credi: of sl and twelve BL1 ?l,0()o,oo() o months, required under the laws of tho Com- fily, t: tho followlns dost riled "Sometimes it ii in my arm. Merciful IN WAR SAVINGS STAMPS The seed of overy great fortuno Heaven, how my back hurts in the morn-- 1 monwealth of Kentucky in adverA tract or parcel of land lying ami In America today was the Saving ingl" It's all ., . . tising and conducting said election, being In Ohio County, Kentucky, on orK bt' WS2?OTy4Jy WVH 1," M00S, duo to nn overand in preparing and preserving the tho waters of Caniy Creek, and! elation, IS0W, annual convention A,H ," MaMMPTRfrWUglraiAVHiaKl at the held abundance of canvassing and certify- bounded as follows:.t'.jtie ballots and PERSONAL HYGIENE Beginning at a in the North recontly In Rochester, N. Y voted that poison ing tho vote, and said election fs di- boundary lino of J T. Ford'., land; unanimously to purchase $1,000,000 called uric Unsolved In water for douches stop?n pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflnm-motiorected to be held in all respects as re- thenco running N. 6G K 51 ',. poloi r acid. The KidRecommended by Lydia E. ,"l!s1 b;al,I,s "ror1 quired by law governing such clec to a stono; thenco N. 42 E. GO poles Portn oI, neys aro not Pinkhnrn Med. Co. for tea yrnri. uiuhu- thenco S. 72 E. iilTi Jilnu.iry i, u.v. una iuuu nblo to get riil tions, and under tho general election to a stono; stono; thenco N. 31 polos ly upon tho action taken by tho Now A healing wonder for nam catarrh, poles to a of it. Such sore- throat nnd soro ye Economical. laws of this commonwealth now In to a sassafras and dogwood, thonce York Stato Elks pledgnlg tho pur-Hi.l eitHordiaaiy rleaniioi ami UCTmiciJal ..wrr. conditions you ,, ., G7 W. 38 poles to two red oaks ... er.n,, nnn forco which relate and apply to such ao.,i.... tw nr rn.LI 5aio Trvo. SO, all ducn!iti. IVtoa. Klata.l. wl fvv,vw iu. can rondily nml nlipslnnt nn n lirnnch: thenco un .""3.'nePiHonToil.lCnmTiar.v. elections. Thousands hnvo boon overcome, and said branch 96 Holes to u hiehnrv at Stamps. It is resolved and so ordered thai tho junction of nnothor branch: prong life by i'ully restored to health tho money derived from tho taxes so thenco up tho lefthand branch H. 2" Sl'FFRAGK AIT UI'IIKMI taking tho adand strength as a relevied nnd collected shall bo lined, W. 38 poles to a stono on said branch, vice of Dr. UY TENNESSEE COURT VER-- L 12 sult of taking expended and applied in each and sev- tlionco with said branch S. 4 E. 44 Pierce, which poles to tho beginning, containing is "keep tho kidncya in good order." eral of tho respective magisterial dis- acres, more or less. Nashville. Tonn., July 26. Tho "Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. tricts of tho county whero said taxes Tho purchaser will bo required to constitutlonnllty of tho recent act Drink plenty of puro water, preferably nro so levied and collected, so that oxecuto bonds Immediately after Halo granting woman suffrage In municipal "The Waterway to Health" hot water, before meals, and drivo tho each of said districts shall receive to bo approved by tho commissioner and presidential elections in this stato payable In two equal Installments The American Medicinal Minurio acid out of tho system by taking .ill and in full tho taxes so levied and bearing Intel tac at 6 por cent, to huve was uphold' today by tho Stnto eral Water bottled at the Anuric." This can .bo obtained at oE collected therein. Persons carefully tho forco and elfcct of u Jud:;iiieut, Spring without any condenCourt reversing a ruling of tho almost any drug ctorc. sing or fortifying whatever. selected for their compotoncy and put and a lieu will ho retained as addi- chancollor of this county. Send a bottlo of water to tho chemist under bond for tho fair and faithful tional bccurity on the lund heroin Doses at Dr. 1'ierco'a Invalids' Hotel, IJulfulo, performance of their duties will bo sold. RATHER NEAT. undo, my hanJ as cummi.'- Given Dose: Tablespoonful in N. Y., and you will rcccivo frco medical employed In each district to seo after slonor uforesald, this the 14th day of Glass of Water Peel richt nil tho time. Don't lay ofl advice as to whether tho kidneys aro July, 1919. the work therein, and said taxos "I object to admitting tho days by Prescribed by physiOTTO C. MARTIN, affected. When your kiducys get tlug-gis- h from work for L!o- - Ver-La- x taking calomel bo for tho oxcluslvo working and i ankles as o idenci. ' keeps yoi) when pleasant cians for constipation, Commissioner. 3t.'l and clog, you sailer from backache, on your feet, whilorcliovingyour trou,b upkeep of tho public roads and tho 'On what rounds? ' indigestion rheumatic Wedding and Glenn, Attys. dizzy bpclb, or twinges lo. Safer too, and easy to take Dont bridgos and culverts thoreon of said "Ahem! Your honor, this Is a affections, hirh blood and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or tako anything else. You can't afford pressure, hardening of respective districts, and shall bi so MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. breach ot proiniso milt, and I don't j Eliminates poisons, cleanses nyt gout; or sleep is disturbed two or tlirco arteries and skin affecappoiilouod, usod, and applied as to want, my client's judgment to anpc-'ir-; tern and relieves constipation. A nattions. Money back if times a night, take heed, beforo too late. ural remedy, natural in ita actions, Burt Ohio Circuit Court. hango no systom ! road wo'.m., at fault In passing up n pal;- like not satisfied. for it will in its effect nnd certain in results. It Dudloy, Plaintiff. Get Anurio in Ohio county fr vi tho road 'iin.l J. W.Vs; Notice. that." BlrmlnKliuni On prescription wiQ put new lifo into your kidncya and your won't bo lonjj boforo Lio- - Vc-La- x from your ays "in 4 now In exlstonco to a E&8 completoly displaco calomel in ever TTff J. II. Grogg, Defendant. or at your entire system. Ask your nearest drugKNOWLEDGE. PURSUIT OF BookUruKRlst'a. (f working said roads by tho use f Pursuant to a judgment and order home.i Cnildren can tako it freely uril gist for it or send Dr. 1'iercu ten ccuta with perfect Bafcty. Every bottlo on request. . projvr and improcd, adequate .i..d ot sale entered In the above styled wssessmLMt letThe Devonian fur trial package. G0c and $1 in bottles Non Son, why aro you always behind in Mineral Sprine Co. tufllclont road machinery, by teams, uctlon at the July term 1919, directRcnuino without tho likeness and sipn (Incorporated) herein'I jjnidors, fcrapcrs, ditchers, drags, dy- ing me to expoo for bale the tho pur- - your studies? eMMM l turo of L, K. Grimsby. For salo by r Oweniboro, Ky. after descrlbod propcily, for I may pursue them, father So that namite, drills, and other road uppli-jince- pone ot paying the judgment ot the Hartford Itepubllcan, $1.30 per ycai' i, U, WILLdAAia, . UrtIort U Hoys Life. adaptable and suitable for Plaintiff herein, lu the sum of ?3t- to-wlone-,vls,0,- ,s' DIRECTORY.. k 't- ..,. j cd -; ... 20. i,.imn n, I lt .,,, .' r,w es .... 1, State-teacher- - 7-- s YOU. Mothers GERMINAL. REMEDY IweyS lt mKJK I j""1"' ..., ., ,,,, ..-- rerimhie For the e FOR ONE MONTH I ii. Jnl j T ,...!.. I 1 """'" ........ ieCTrg t' m$t crs agS "er ' "Gee-WhizIHowitHu- rls -- I Every Woman prop-:5IOOS- K . to-wl- " Waterway .,,. "" To Health - USE LI AX oEYORRr 64 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Su-pio- $1.00 c, it - Age-Hnru- ld ), tliysl-cta- n .ewfi, jjuar-nnteed- I If ' FARM DEPARTMENT. Cheaper To RuIm Tlmii Clilrkr-im-. It costH nliout 25 cents to ralso n rabbit to tbo ago of tbrco months. At that tlmo It mny bo marketed at tho rnto of 35 to 40 contfl a pound mid tbo polls arc wortb from 16 to 75 cts., depending on tbo kind of rabbit and its slzo. Oats, cabbage and water composo tbo basic diet used by most Compared of tbo young prowcrs. with chickon raising, tbo points aro In favor of tbo rabbits, for tbo baros aro very hardy and requlro Inexpensive feed. How Old U Tln Chicken Yon liny? A good lm.'thod of determining tbo age of dressed fowls, according to specialists of tlio United Stntcs Department of Agriculture, is to grasp thu end of tbo breast bono farthest from the bead between the thumb and finger and attempt to bend It to one aide. In a very young bird, such as n broiler chicken or n green gooso, It will bend easily Ilko tbo cartilage of the human ear. In n bird a year or so old, It will bo brittle nnd , In an old bird, tough and bard to bend or break. Unscrupulous dealers sonic-timbreak one ond of tbo breast bono before showing tbo bird on tbo market, in order that the buyer will bellcvo tbo bird to be n young one. es irtobotViauyim J specialists of the United States Do- partment of Agriculture Tho growgrannrlcs of er can not expect to get maximum f build now cither concrete or galvanized sheet yields from Inferior seed stock any" Iron. mora than the dairyman can expect Where rats and mico bavo plenty of to get maximum milk yields from food and aro unmolested, they multi- scrub cows. Tho best time to select ply overwhelmingly. For cxntnplo, seed potatoes, according to tho speIn Australia during tbo great war, cialists, Is In tho fall when tho crop sacks of wheat in high piles awaiting is being harvested. Then tho yield shipment, became infested by mice cf thQ ,n(llvMunl plnnt and tho nualUy which riddled tbo sacks and destroy of thd tubers can bo considered. ed n largo part of the contents before Good seed is pure In respect to tho preventlvo steps were taken. Under vnrlety; Is produced by healthy, vigsimilar circumstances n Ilko result orous, heavy yielding plants grown would inevitably occur in this coun- under favorablo climatic conditions; try. Whero It Is Impracticable to l.i somewhat immature; reasonably provide tight containers for stored uniform In size and shapo; firm and liiuiiuuia, niuiiH milium im umui ihi- Rn,l. Thn flraf onrni.ta .hmil.t Im mediately to trap or poison rats BndBln to devcloM at planlnB tlmo micu in inu general vicinity in niorugu mouse-proo- US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we V minimize them, It is well to wean tho lambs rather early and turn them on fresh pastures. This is advice from specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture. Grain fed to weaned lambs, up to ono-hapound a day, has proved I'Ipjisp Poultry .Shippers Ily Proper profitable. Soy beans and cowpeas Market lug. have been found the best catch crops Uniform products commnMd the for tho purpose of providing fresh best prices. Pure-bre- d fowls pro- - pasturage. Of tbo two, soy beans VpTo-I)ntc- s scorn to make the best and most rapid Hummer Stjlcs In Hen duco uniform products. Hcglii mnrkctlnr; thu cockerels as growth. llOUM'S Six weeks in most cases Is or partial open-fro- soon as they weigh 1 pound or attain i sufficient time to secure a good Tbo curtain-fron- t growth of this crop. house Is conceded to be tbo best a marketable welsht. m. utilizing ogh's and, Market whlto-shelletypo for most sections. Tho colony theao crops fresh eggs In separate pack- - pastures for Iambs are easily available plan of housing poultry mny be ndopt- - brown-shelle- d for this most crucial period of the life ed to advantngo on many farms. This ages. When selling eggs to the country '0 a sheep. system does away with the danger merchant or cash buyer insist that the of tainted soil. roosts should be built on tho transaction be on a quality basis. The DO HOGS I.IKIJ TO SWIM Ship or deliver eggs at least twice samu lovel, 3 feet from tho floor, with OK Ml IX COOL SHADE? a dropping board about G Inches be- or three times weekly. Small or dirty eggs should b used low them. Good roosts may bo mndo All hog raisers know tho value of 2 by 2 Inch material with the up-- , nt home. of water for their animals during hot When taking eggs to market they per odgos rounded. weather fresh, clean water for them Tho nosts may be placed on the side should be protected from the sun's to drink nnd a pool or wallow for walls or under tho dropping boards. rays. thorn to get In when they are too hot. It Is best to bavo them darkened, as Infortlle eggs will v!thtanl mar- A good "swlmmln' hole" reduces the the hens prefer a secluded place In keting conditions much better than feed bills and many hog raisers find fertile eggs. INCORPORATED j which to lay. it pays to have a concrete water basin in their hog lot. Uncle Hani, l.'gp; Messenger. Put a Chimney On Tlio Ilnm. There ,a ono on thc exporlmont The practicability of shipping eggs farm ot tho Un d st(Ues Deliartraent All County Agonts are being In- -, by parcel post Is demonstrated by tho of Agriculture at Ueltsville, Md. It tructod to use ovory effort to In- - fact that more parcels of eggs thanlS provided with a covered frame other ono product pass through whIcll crease tho number of silos In their furngi,es shade. It was In order to test various notIced that during the heat of the In the mails. is on districts, tho campaign aruost. onph Agont is furnished with methods of packing and handling eggs day tno ll0BS dld not get m tho water law could not sign dren certificated had attained the 9th. former child-labMarkets and Kural FOOD preferred to lie around in tho t list of firm both In nnd out of this tbo office ofhas shipped more Or-,)grade or higher. than cd;o ot tno ,)0()I n t)0 ahade Th)3 ot silos at ganization own names legibly. their State who handle all kinds Doubtless these figures are subject nil prices, this Informations Is free 700 dozen eggs through the mails. yoar IUU)ther pool has been built in In the five states where Federal to qualification, but they aro neverii various punua. wiuur various an adjacent hog lot, but tho shado to you. It will cost you nothing to At intervals, nlcoly timed, for the certificates were issued by the Chilconditions, nnd in different types of wUl be ,)rov,,iod sevoral yards away. theless significant. inestlgate. last two j ears the federal trade com- dren's Bureau 18,270 white children Due to tho lateness of the season containers, without undue loss, cither Hogs are to be kept In both lots and mission has Issued a catalogue of tho between 14 and 16 years of ago were OH, DAT 'POSSUM! and the probable high percentage ot in the expense of shipment or tho it will be notod that they prefer to iniquities of tho big packers. Ono certificated. Only 742 of them had los, which Is bound to ensue If wo condition of tho eggs an reaching tho get In tho water or to He In tho shade might imagine that this commission reached the eighth grade in school. have nu oarly frost. It Is advised :onsunier's kitchen. during thc boated part of the day. does nothing which, Indeed, is not Of 1,106 colored children to whom A young dusky son of Ham, who that fanners put up silos this ycur Wolghts will be kept of thc animals far from tho truth but hound tho cortificates wero Issued only forty was fond of 'possum, was found one anil ho have means of saving labor votks ron iw; noxi) issuk. in the different lots to sco which packers, though they were charged reached tho eighth grade. In other day, by his neighbor, sitting on a log .nnd so have a moans of saving a The largest bond Issue ever sub- makes the most economical gains. by tho president to Investigate all words, 36 per cent of the white chil by a hollow tree, who yelled at tho world of food which would otherwise mitted In any county in Texas and one dren and 97 per cent of tho colored' top of his voice! food conditions tj t bo lost. Call on your Agent for any of tho largest voted anywhere In the Quality Hogs "What you doln' here, Rastus? For Tbo Pork Hanoi. As a matter of fact, all these re children granted certificates had not 'H information, be can refer you to moil country was ratified by a big majority "Well, sah, I am putty sho' dare am Farmers throughout tho country ports are but tho lees of that ex- -' roachod tho eighth grado In school in your county who know from their recently in Dallas County, Tex. It are Usllll! lmnrnvpil In some States a child can not secure a 'possum In dat tree, and I wuz Jes JMency Investigation parte, wild-weown experience bow valuable a silo Is, provides 8,r.00.000. for a complete stock , generay thm e,.e b,, which so stirred the indignation of a work permit un'il he is 1C years wlshln I had him." and ho will glvo yon prices, sizes etc. belt line around thc county, with 12 fore, report specialists of the United Chlcagoans two years ago, followed old, unless ho has completed the 8th "Look here, Rastus," said the old Don't wait until frost to start this, roads radiating from Dallas to all States Department of Agriculture, as up by a hearing before thc trade grade. Only 248 or 1- per cent of mail, "wlshln' am all right in its place do It now, have a place to put your sections and G Intermediate roads they aro learning a travesty on the total number of children certlfl- - but if you wants any 'possum fo yoa that tho best stock commission which ' feed, nnd incident!' have some ot the connecting the radical highways. The yields the most profits, catcu, couiu nave met sucn a require- - suppah, you better stop dat wlshln' and hence aro Justice ........... ....... .1.1.... r ono ,,Hlra best feed you have ever fed. ajaium ..uwuu .u. o.,- - ...nn.. ui careful J,, the,r s0lcCtl011 Of Yet this last report deos not chargo nient, because they alone of tho chil and go to swlngln dat ax." If an agent from somo silo concern road, and in addition feeder roads 1)rocdhlg anlmaIs. Fnrmo, as a tho packers with inflating prices or; has been to seo you and you bavo amounting to about 100 miles will bo nlQ , to bo ,eaged wUh thjJ QuU creating unfair competition. On tho ' get away, send for him and go improved by tbo decrease in malntcn- -' look ., let him . ..A" V , . : for tho , other hand, it implies that the pack'm!. faAil1hfci ..",t'.fcVrS . over it again. If you think ho Is anco expenses. Federal aid nmotint-- , . , ers' profits of 2 per cent on tho turnspreading it on too thick send for the had been allotted to ;. th llumbor of llttprs , hn over a fraction df a cent per pound I TTTi County Agent: and go over it with Dallas County for Its highway devel-,C- (, next faU Much tnjublo WM cx has no effect on the retail prlco of for Hint Is what a County Agent opmeni, ami u is expecieu inai a perlencod with him the early spring litters meat. is for, to mako money for tho farmer largo number ot motor trucks will bo itlflM becauso of cold weather at farrowing Nevertheless, tho report Inflames ir sji ," Vrnntontc n.nhm to save money for him. assigned to assist in tho construction time and on account and L of fcedshortage tho public. The public is easily in- i. Silos nro no longer an experiment, work. Tbo favorable reception of and tho high price ot 1 . ' 'V protein feeds, flamed now becauso It Is truo that iTi they nre a necessity, got yours NOW. tho big bond lssuo in this county is causing many stockmen to allow fa0 nun their tho high cost of living Is turning' M. L. McCRACKEN, expected by officials of tho Hureau brood sows to get For Infants and Children. into poor condl- - ninny a man's hair gray. It is men Ohio County Agent. Public Roads, United States De- tion, with tho result of aclng our social equilibrium. Whon-- j that small and : partment of Agriculture, to bavo a weak liters wero am farrowed. In the over two men not necessarily in favorable effect on similar proposals main, tbeso fanners huve learned a Simp Shots. overalls come together food is tho I Another brood sow on every farm olsewhero. Head building In Texas costly lesson, and honceforth It is chief topic. Is at high tide. Stnto highway will mean additional profit. presumed that they will provide bet Somethlug must bo done, and tho estimate that moro than A flock ot snoop on ovory farm ter housing and farrowing conditions Post's Idea of that something is for ai rnuni.-.- T PER CENT. worth ot roads nro now un- - ns woll as ample food of tho right congress or tho president to rejuvo- should bring In rich returns to the AVmM.MilerrcnarationforAsdpr construction. Farmers of this State. mixture, for their porkers. nato this discredited federal trade isimilalimluicroodbyRegula- Cnro should bo taken In loading commission, which as an example of Ilniithc5tomachujjowciv, stock durng hot woathor. When To Wean PI-Cure For Dysentery. bureaucratic Inefficiency has a markDon't load bogs hot; don't overload At tbo conforonco of swlao oxton"While I was lu Ashland, Kansas, ing of 100. Mako it a body that will a car; don't uso saw dust bedding In slon workers of tho United States De- - n gentlomun overheard mo speaking, command public respect and tho con Thereby Promoting Di'Jcslion hot woathor; don't load hogs in a partment of Agrleulturo, hold recent- of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea, fldonco of congress. Then turn It .. . .J1V.c-. fn1.Vf.5-uiccn u mess unu m.s.vv nor filthy ear; see that tho cars aro In ly In Washington, tho quostlon of Remedy," writes William Whitolav , loose on tho packers and all othors OpIum.MorpMnc neither proper condition. Many thousands weaning pigs aroso. Tho discussion of Des Moines, Iowa. "Ho told mo suspected of profiteering. Mineral. Not Nahcotic ot dollars could bo saved mutually by brought out tho fact that in somo In detail of what it had dono for hU Shouting "Holshcvlsm!" In sten- -' JtofjxcfOldlL-Sl'iLarMZgiving curoful attention to the propor parts of the country farmors follow- - family, but moro especially his daugh-.torla- n tones Is not uoln'fc to allay tho Jhaapim ! handling ot live stock. ed tho practlco ot weaning their pigs Iter, who was lying at tho point of present social dlscontont, which finds at most all ag.es from flvo weeks tin. death with a violent attack of dysen- - expression nowadays in almost overy, Ciiiard Wheat Against Ruts And Mice, Tbo conclusions reached wore that tery, and had been given up by the 'public gathering. It is high tlmo that v "Tho greatest wheat crop over pro- for best results pigs should bo allow- - lamily physician. liurvt Some of his neigh-thos- o guilty of withholding broad n CHJtK duced lu America Is being harvested. ed to nitrSO tho SOW for at loaBt 10 l)Qrs ndviseil him tn plvn nimnilinr-'frm- n l&liryamfknr Mm tnniiMm of tin. hnnnw Grain oluvators will booh become veri- weeks where It is posslblo to do so. It Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, should bo punished and mndo to wulk ALMnfnlUemedyfcr IS table treasuries which tblovlng rats was decided that It would bo still which he did, and fully bollovcs that tho straight and narrow path In tho ConsllpnUonnnilDlarrtwe. 5 . will break into If thoy can. hotter to allow tho pigs to wean thorn- - by doing so saved tho life of his tuturo. and mlco " OFXo" levcnsnn andTnccnpSLKEP Don't feed $2.26 wheat to rats and selves. A good suckling sow properly child. He stntod that ho had also us; Hut no measuro based on tho findrcsuttinClhercfrcjiHnlnfaacy.l .'15 S mice says tho United States Depart- fod should bo In a good flow of milk pd this remedy himself with equally ings ot tho present federal trade comis? 51 ment of Agriculture Traps, poison, up to tho time the pigs aro at least gratifying results. m mission will lelclt intelligent public Tac Simile Signature" construction will stop 10 weeks ot age. Without gucstion and support or the right kind of con? !?ii.ru, tho mother's milk Is the best feed their raids. gressional action. Chicago Evening A laitOK SAVER. Tlio arch onomles ot stored grain posslblo to obtain for young pigs. Post. aro dampness and rodent pests, rats Consequently hog growers should NEW-1"i Wheu baking fish lay greased a and mice. An elevator with a leaky take advantage of this natural feed papor tn the pan and you will avoid STATISTICS SHOW THE S0Cr5 Hegu Toof is only a little worse than ono to tho greatest extent possible. URGENT NEK!) OF SCHOOLS the disagreeable task ot washing a 3stl allowing free entry of rats and mice. sticking pan. Tho prosent prlco of whoat makes a Select Your Seed Potatoes ut Hnne.st Moro than ot 5,294 ot -.. ; "j? Tho custom ot usiug as seod, pota- telling appeal for rat proof construc the 19,546 children between 14 and Exact Copy of Wrapper. Now is tho toos left from the previous season's THC OINUUH COMHUr, NCWVOnitOtTY 16 years of ago to whom Federal ago tion of wheat containers FOR FLETCHER'S tlmo to fill rat holes with cement, or crop, after having disposed of tho wero Issued by the Child certificates M9 " ! cover them with sheet iron, and to 'bust, mut bo discontinued If tho ren's uureau during tho life ot tho describes various methods of destroying rats and mice. Tbeso publica tions mny be hud free on application to tho U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington D. C. lf Means And Cow peas Good Feed until tho last rodent is disposed of. For Lambs. The United States Department of Ravages of the stomach worm now Agriculture furnishes plans and bills granaries become npparent in much of the eastof materials for and In Its 'Farmers Iiullctln 890 ern section of the United States. To rat-pro- buildings, and should bo continued Hoy For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ELANS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. If You nt d have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. I Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, '' .. KENTUCKY t Ut st -3 , ,,. , ,, ,.. ..... :!:. f: CASTORIA iaS Mid-Summ- ; $20,-000,0- Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria - J s. m t Always Bears the Signature. of Aw ' R J hi .Kv n S8 For Over rut-pro- Thirty Years one-four- th . Children Ory CASTO R A s?r ZJ CASTOR STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuko.) window shades down nnd shavo by artificial light, so's Hen won't cut some man's throat whllo looking out through the windows. Wo knew darn well that something was coming when tho fair Janes started lengthening their skirts, but little did wo dream that It was to bo stock-Inglcfootsies. It's tough luck on us men. Don't seo why In tho dickens we couldn't havo tho shy skirts and no socks together, I mean tho fashions at tho same time. That's whnt 1 mean. Then wo would havo really saved something. ss this lovn for good, Smith will havo to put blinkers or clso pull tho on lien Taylor, Mil lilta Albeit Rial says If Hint "stocklng-loss-footlc- s" & vrx'MSi &!! 'i. ' WrMWw.l'f,,w; . f.'J .i ! f.'jT. t'y ft V V "t6 Winson Smith, of Select, was hern In addition to what ho told mo about that strip of yellow root he dug and sold, ho nlso bad reports some very good fish st loo 'tothor day and Eck Itlal f.njs It ain't no use fer tho nvoragc feller to start a argyment with 1'urd Caseblcr, 'cause Purd's got It ocr most of the common herd, from his own viewpoint, at lenst, duo to tho fact that ho janltorcd at the college 2 yeais or more. Bob Walker and I were going home n few nights back, and at tho It. It. Crossing, In the center of tho walk, there was a fine, big, rusty snake, of the copperhead variety, slowly crawl ing 'neath tho electric light. Of course we were much frightened at first, the unexpectedness of tho thing nnd nearly tramping on it too. Walker looked at It for a moment and then begun to approach it in a deliberate, bite-m- o sort of manner. I remonstrated with Hob, and, had it not been for the timely appearance of Judgo Cook, Bob would havo let the reptile biio him, it was all tho Judge and I en u in ur 10 prevent it. Jiou .wi ery imiih offended at us for our interference He finally explained to us that he thought bis wife had about a pint of whiskev put away for camphor and other such useless concoction), and if be wont homo snake-bitte- n he believed that his good wife would givo him tho booze. Undo Joe Itobcrtson says he hasn't bad a drink since last Christmas, an? what's moie, bo didn't get one than. There is but little difforonce 'twhet hunger and thirst these diys. Tilings 'u've com" to such a pass we can't ap peane oither. We can't find one, and ior.'t haze tho price for the other. A lot of our readeis may lie sur piisud to s,oo "ne.ids Oddly Strung. In I. I). Claire" hi tho old sheet this week. Yes, I know that I promised you that no raoro of that stuff would appoar herein, but you know Its herd to turn an old fiiend down. ilgMfPkSl Ole Kentucky .- WMMmHFiWlmm honest to Goodness Biu1 W.. 7&su-- ' v. M-ihtr- o'c -- H'i raK t 7ii -- ' .1 i w v. "5.' :: irxrvnri53uiitrt "HHrwtt1i?MU iiir eGBs5ws2!'jSjawj miViPTlP7,-'j Ec i uj n jf v rMV7Srr'"..iir.tf aiSSsBff KteiMSacaHt r k. 4 ; ."j r - ur utti .: ac-e- d -- tor eifrht o ' hQnn V "aua' seasons hv ..TTroTr tu xi j.cue jsrory- ci ww w. ludLb uib velvet -r in wooden hegs- - t Judge Velvet with your eyes wide open. It is just tho good old honest tobacco that it looks and smells. B!!iaSJS8ssa'S8mjs WQa But the mellow, mellow, mellowness the coolness and the comfort of it! The taste! Well, a pipeful of Velvet proves more than a page of print Play Ball Waft J nillll,-- i Grasby. Stefe93Vl ActuJSUg Ro11 ORC with Vlvct. Gff cZ&StSjz4 && HURT AT ROCKPORT. Hubert Ball, a young man of Sim moiis, who had boon in Louisville for time under medical treatment, hi nlightlng fioin a moving freight train, on which he had ridden from Louslvllle, was very painfully In- juiod yesterday about noon. His right hand was badly mangled and he Mistained other bruises and cuts about the body, none of which are of a seiious natuie. Ho was brought to Hartford yesterday afternoon, his arm was amputated near tho wrist joint and other wounds dressed. The young man fell or lost his balance In homo way and tho train from which bo had jumped knocked him down, running over tho hand or arm, noLusuiatlng amputation. l"W the friendly tobacco " is visiting her pister, Mrs. Homer ,ligan, this week. Mil-so- Mr. and Mrs. Vascoo Baird spent A woman's battles are oftenost wort laht Sunday at the homo of Mrs. Flora by tears. We Are Going ;Adil5ftAftaaA5 J9aO-U0Mrt- AAA Ig ft5ftftftA? & & iStewirt. Mr. Walter Foster is still, THE CRADLE." around about the homo of Mr. Homer Milligau. j CKOMWKLL 1'ICKS SHANKS This paper Is Indebted to Mr Thomas U. Ciomwell, the Cincinnati .b a- - ; BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Knquiror's Kentucky representative, Uy I. D. Cialre. To Protect The Farmer Harness and buggies have ti c? advanced within the past v thirty days but on account of having orders placed before the advance went on we will protect you as long as this supply lasts. Better come in and get what you want NOW. Are your cows paying you a profit? You ar 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 uoes not make you money we remove it without 41 any cost to you and remember you are the judge. We 4? have a few Deei'ing mOWOl'S The new prohibition sweeping faitly clean. broom Is governor. Mr. Cromwell sends reOnly postage stamps and tho wages turn postal cards to several leading prices. Democrats of each county and he tab0f sin remain at pre-wulates their responses which Indicate Tho pool est woman may yot bo rich that there will bo a landslide to the HKI'MX. ia tho priceless virtu-- o of rnoilaaty. fror Lincoln. Counties In the Vt Quite a number ot peoples lrom hori uxireiuu Western part 01 the ata'e le attended the picnic at I.lveruiore lust Moit of the sins of mankind arise with those of tho East in estimate Satuiday All icported a plias.uit f 0111 woaknesh of will rather than of tho voto, all of which show a gratitime fying trend to him. It is really sur. Ifiom weakness of heart. Mi. S. h "Whlttakor and familv prising how Mr. Shanks has forged hpeat Ian Sunday at tho homo of Mr. One hazards not only incredulity, to tho front In tho two months that Jim I'lr.ch, of near Owonsboro. but ridlculo and contempt, In recount- ho has been a candidate, after his Tdr. N. M. Kusiioll and family ing an unusual experience to those opponent had spoilt a year or two at tho homo of Mr. Will Hudson who havo not shared It. candidacy. It proves conclusivoly j List Sunday. electioneering and advertising his Mr. and Mr. Clioator Ward and Dread as wo may tho toothed and that the peoples know a good man ihiidren aro vUIting In this neighbor- - talimod monster, War, It must forovor when they sco him. Thoro is somo- hoid. . remain tho labt umplro In tho disputes thlug about the honest faco of Will Vlh Ophelia French, of Hufoia, of men. Shanks that attracts and inspires convMtod frienilH and rolatlvos bore, fidence and hla manly manner and ln.--t wetl. j coullnllty do tho rest. Thoso It Idleness wore punished by potty Mr Sam Richardson and famil puuultles, capital crimes would grow who have known Will Shanks from and Mr Noble rhoiiubson nnd family loss frequent. childhood and tho editor ot this spent laht week-en- d at the homo of paper Is among thorn, know that ho Mr Joo Thomasscn, What God hath joined together lot Is as puro as gold. He Is tho soul .f Air Ansel Patton and family visit- not man put asundor It God truly honor, his word Is as good as his bond ed relatives at I'leabunt Rldgo, las. joined It. and ho Is In every way a mau who can Monday. always bo dopondod upon. As a high '1 UU1 uS anfl u Mra. Iloh Johnson and children, naVe One Persistent attention to one slnc'.o toned, christian gentloman and a lel1' vlbitctl tho family of Mr. Allen John purpose works nilraelos of achieve- Democrat In whom there Is no gullo.j held for you SO that when son, lafct Sunday, present him to the ment. . his county-me- n Mrb, Mary Rlggs returned homo nomocracy ot the Stato and ask tholr vou Set i'eady to CUt, the Saturday, after a visit of two weeks! It only mothers sat In tho laur cordial support, confident that ho will j wun ir. ami .ur.i,. uipsiey Rlggs, ot Judgment, fow souls would bo damn- iiiijiu tiiait iuo UIU4111 i'iimo wuiuiy jjower Will be here " Coialvo. ed. of their good opinion and endorse- Rev. Chapmau filled his regular mont. Vote for Will Shanks and yon I CfcOOIlS appointment at Shlnklo Chapel last To mo It is a melancholy reflection will alwavs bo conscious of havm Sunday Beaver Dam, Ky. that fishing will nevor again bo what done a patriotic duty. Stanford, Ky Wiaa Stewart, of Wliitoaville, It ouco was down at tho mouth off ntorlor Journal. CUMB. PHONE. (ad ) ar for the figures secured by a postal card canvass of tho State, which show that Hon. William H. Shanks Is sure to bo nominated lieutenant Stve i & & i & 0 Money & c & & f & & V !n f & i You can save money only while you have money. When old age conies don't be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitable to be old and poor. Bank your money, save your money, and provide against misfortune and the day of old & 1 c c 0 & l i i & ' & age. i & i i & 0 i h J r ti ti 4? BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. J U' Willinmc kvvvyyvvvvvv'y'vv 'ihg. Work Delivered Promptly. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Print-- V