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The Hartford republican: August 8, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919080801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 8, 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. SI) Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. LABOR TO GOVERN Jlartf?) DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE 40-Sma- ftjejmbJiom. OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. No. 6 boy. IIo tins licoti 0110 of the most tives from Cleveland will bo here BAKER LEADS IN popular business men doing liuslnccs ROAD TAX AGAIN LOST during tho last few days of tho cam TREATY FORCED FROM In this plaro. A'" above stated, ho paign to supervise It. Tho lied Cross BY A SMALL MAJORITY SENATORIAL RACE plans, In tho near future, to start TRADE IS PLANNED embarked In business hero when a PRESIDENT'S HAND moro hoy, stnrtlng with a smnll stock soveral schools In tho county to edu- liut n big Inimllo of energy nnd pluck. cato tho young girls In hygiene and Pair treatment of Ills customers built care of tho sick, and as soon as funds Rail Control Would Serve for him an enormous trade, ns trad-- . 20 Cents Tax Defeated By Governor Black Getts Nearly can bo raised, plans to obtain a Nurse Senate Publishes Secret Pact in this suction goes. 'His success, fll Vote Is 2 To Carroll's 1 for tho county, who will bo available As Lever For Other Made To Save inancially nnd otherwise ban been dent nil times In cases of sickness to Polled Other Winners Purposes serving and stand out as tho direr France glvo advice and administer to those fruits of good policies nnd close appeople who havo no one to caro for plication to business. them. The proposition of levying n 20 Washington, August 0. After thn The primary election passed of? Washington, Aug. 5. Natlotinllza- Mr. Ilcr lins accepted tho position m rt President had refused to niako pubtlon of all osscntlnl Industry In the f manager of the Merchants' Whole- - ronts si,oclnl roai tax for n period of very quietly throughout tho County, LOUISVILLE MARKETS. lic tho secret treaty by which thn "nlted Stntes Is tho objective of Mio b!,i0 rocery Co.. In Louisville, whoro "vo 'cars wns defeated nt last Satur- - last Saturdtiv Witti candidates for ' the small margin only two placer on the ticket the Re- American Foderntloii of Labor. This j10 will remove with his family, about l,ny'8 Jiril,ar.v. Hogs declined from 50c to 51.00, United States and Great Britain prom ()I 4" voies, in met it would hnvo publicans polled In their highest vote, Wednesday, will be mado clear tomorrow at tho tho Ilrst of Sqptomber. throwouts being hit tho ised to go to tho aid of France in tho needed Just 41 moro voting 'yes" to 'for State Senator, 1529, while tin hardest. ovont of Its again being attacked by hearlrg beforo tho Ho,ii liitorMnlo mv !m,t 01 r"nty on the registered 'Democrats In their highest vote, for Co:iiinlttp(a C. ; couxMar the Quotations MISS llEI'LAII JEFFRIES. Best 165 pounds and Germany nnd tho Senate had printed sldo of good roads. Not much polled 1,304, or 220 less up $21; 120 to 1G5 pounds $20; pigs In tho records copies mado public in I'lunib proposal that private capital either for it nan the ncpubllcans. l(f retired from railroad oporatiou 120 pounds down $18; throwouts, London and Paris in which It was Miss Boulah Jeffries, dauchtor of'C8t wns manifested While qulto shown to bo stipulated that tho PresiBolow wc give tho totnls for each $17.40 down. nnd that thcro bo substituted n trlpar- - Rov. and Mrs. G. W. Joffrlos, died nt nKa,nsl the proposition. dent had agreed to submit It with tho tlto control of tho railroad properties j her homo near Fordsville, Friday a nl,m,,cr appeared rather posltlvi candidate voted for in the primary Sheep and lamb market active by tho public, tho operotlng mnnnBO-niiii- t. t. Best lambs $15.50; seconds $8.50; general peaco treaty, the Whlto Ho'uso near Funeral sor- - nH lo uiclr Inions, J'ot nut llttlo Republicans For Attorney General George W. culls, $6C.50; choice sheep $8; llnally sent It along after again demont nnd omployos. vlcos wero conducted nt the heme, 'work w,,s lIo" m the election. Fol- claring that. It would not do so. Jolly, 858; Charlos I. Dawson, 513. bucks $5.50 down. "i" "suit liy precincts At Mr. Plumb'.s offlco tonight it Saturday at 8 o'clock P. M.. by i:ev. ,IowlllB Yes No. Jolly's mnjorlty, 345. In this' treaty, which a majority or was said thnt tho statement, which) John Johnson. , wore Precincts. Cattle Market steady with no Tho remain 101 110 For Stato Senator Oeorgo Baker change for tho week. Prime heavy tho Senate Is said to boliovo abrogates, will be road nt tho hearing tomorrow tnkon to Glcnvllle, tho former home K 1Iartfrl. 124 74ISS8; Dr. T. G. Turner, 196; Newton steers fit 15; heavy ehipplng steers all tho traditions of the Republic and by Wnrrcn S. Stone, grand chief ofjof Kov. Jeffries, for burial, on Sun- - w Harford, ' 00 60 Belcher, 445. Baker's plurality, 443v $12.5014; .medium, $1112.50; belles tho statements so frequently the Urothorhood of Locomotive En- - day. The deceased young lndv was 1Jcila CI 79 being two to one over his nearest light. $10.5011; fat heifers, $9 mado that tho leaguo of nations, will glneers, will bo "n new mngna charta,a fine typo of womanhood and a mod- - Su'nnur Springs iMngan, 21 52 competitor. for labor." 11.50; fat cows, $8.5011; medium, prevent nil future wars, it is agreed. el christian character. Cromwell, C2 Democrats: 58 Will Slate Labor's Purpose. $6.008.50; canners and cutters Just as between "His Majesty tho Cool Springs, 37 37 For Governor James D. Black $5Cf)C.50; bulls, $C.5039; feeders King of Great Britain and Ireland Mr. Stono and Frank Morrison, FISCAL COURT IN N. Kockport, 59 celved 813, John D. Carroll, 463; P. S911.50; stockcrs, $710; milch and of the British dominions beyond secretary of tho American Federation 53 72 J. Noel, 2S. the seas, Emperor of India," and tho cows, $50110. 2 DAYS SESSION ,s- - Iloc,tnrt- of Labor, who alho will nddrcss tho 41 25 Select, For Lieutenant Governor W. H Calves Best veals, $15.50 16; President of tho French Republic. committee, win make clear tho pur- 3G 89 SJianks, 453; It. C. Oldham, 399. medium to good, $9 12; common to that "whereas tho United States of poso of labor to sharo In tho control The Ohio County FIscnl Court was 'Horse Branch, C5 i Hosine, America and tho French Republic are 107 , For Secretary of State Mat S. Co- - medium, $0g8, . n 5 of lhn nimrntlim nf nil Mm nntliinnl In. ill session Mondnv nnd Tnesdnv. lire- 71 87 hen, 399; Frank P. linger, 302; D, E. Mack1'" 1,puveT lam Grain and provisions make quick fully persuaded that an unprovoked sided over by County Judge, dustrics nnd nlso In their profits. C4 McQueary, 149. 140 ,. f" ' jleavfcr Da,n advanco following announcement of movement of aggression by Germany "The proposal of nrganlzcd labor Cook, with Justices Ed Shown, Sam 04 53 For Auditor of Public Accounts !!-- . the Government that It would hold against France would not only violate Stevens, George W. Howo. W. C. Is con'lnrd for tho present to the con- 153 ,Andrew Clark Vance, 1C5; Henry M wheat prices up to 73 tho present stand- both the letter and the, spirit 9? the trol nnd operation of tho railroads, lbughprty, W .S Dean, B. F. RIcp, Q. e"lert'n 51 37 (Bo3Worth, 411; J. P. W. Brouse, 113; ard. trettty of Versailles to whirh Jlio Unit. C. Ilhoads present, f,"1"" Hrown and B. Hut It is. not tho Intention that It J jImi 80 40 John W. Itawlings, 109. ed States of America and tho Frencn1' shall end thoro. On the contrary, I Aside from passing upon a largo' " 33 101 "8v"le Republic aro parties, thus exposing For Attorney General Ryland C. WILSON WRECKED tho support of tho Amorlcnn Fedcrn- - number of claims, among other bust- - " 5 Muslck, 2S8; Allan Wilson Baker, 55 tlon for tho Plumb plan to hnvo the'"?" transacted, tho Ct.urt appointed rUADPr!PranM anew to th0 intolerable hwT-rV-Kl r 13 lrlAKUL dens of an unprovoked war, but that 48 22 2C5; Frank E. Daugherty, 143; It. W rJ!VC railroads owned by tho government Messrs. .1 L. Brown, J. H. Wood and 3G 31 Lysanby, 95. a. such aggression on the part of Gerand operated by rallwny workers on a County Clerk Hlnnkenship as a con.- 1- Boston, Aug. 5 A demand for re- many would bo and is so 84 , For Clerk Court Appeals John profit-sharin- g basis was secured onjniltteoto make n financial statement ,,tor' regarded 48 44 A. Goodman, 530; William B. O'Con pudiation of the actions of President by the treaty of Versailles as ' tho County's condition for thoj. 'ho pledgo that If this plan should a hostile Wilson by the Democratic National act against all the powers 31 26 nell, 132; Alvln Stoger. 81. "' "thieve success, through the support oar.i 1317-- 1 01S. Thu Couit alsoi.p-- ,' signatory 3 e" For Superintendent Public Instruc Committee was mailed today to Ho- to that treaty and as calculated to Judge Cook nnd "ol- -' or"j'' of all organized labor, railway work-'p"te- d 38 27 tlon Uico S. Eubank, 21Q; L. E mer Ciimmings, chairman of the com. disturb the peaco of ers would stand with tho workers In brook special commissioner-- , to ar- -j ;' the world by Inj mitteo, by Francis at-25 J. Finneran, presl- - volving inevitably and directly the. ' Foster, 4G8; W. P. King, 110 other essontlal Industries In bring- - 'rnnse fifr building, or suitable placa 'a1rrW8' 63 18 For com'r Agriculture &c John ,dent of tho Massachusetts Democratic States of Europe and indirectly tho tug about nationalization of those In- -' f".-- storing fuel &c, for the court). 23 78 ;v. Newman, 474; James C. Cecil. !club- is signed by two Democratic world at large." . rreniiss. .10. uuNtrloi under similar conditions. 22 stato senators ana fifteen state repj oao 'I ho Coiii t 'ippopriatpd of tho road iHi Mta . In such an event the President Tho mlno workers, for Instance, 37 agrees, as signator, that the Uniteit For Railroad Commissioner j B. N. resentatives. hao linil undor consideration for two and I rli'.prs (ums, the si'ir of fi.i)"0 Arnold, 42 11 Gordon, 314; Josh. R. Catlett, 110; Tho appeal charges the President States go immediately to months tho Hrltlsh initio workors' 00, for the purposo of grading the Kender, the aid of 20 12 John C. Duffy, 97; Frank N. Burns, with wrecking tho party and "hold- France. Simmons, It is stated in tho document plan for the nationalization of tho Hartford and Owcnsboro road tror.i ing tho party up to ridicule," by four- as a part of the agreement SO. leasant Ridge The mines of tho United Kingdom, altho Uo.la I . that "tha 11'19 Totals, 1.S79 Governor Black won the Democrat- - teen specific acts, including tho ap- present treaty will be submitted to plan, I am Informed, nas not yot.'propriatlon wns mado upon tlio Majority, 40 lc nomination to sticccod himsolf, pointment of incompetent men, leav the Senate of tho United j press condition made public in Great llritaln. thnt a like sum wculd States, at over Judge Carroll bv 15.000 to 20.- - ing tho country while it was in the the same time as the treaty of Ver- bo subscribed nnd paid InNi tho Coun- Plan Presents Difficulties. advocating bailies Is. submitted to the Senate 100(1, while Shanks is reported to hao throes of reconstruction, QWOPP TTl flFT RIfl Tn cnnKlilnrlnif .uli.irnnt " to ' M for "" " " tl.la 1nn fnr Mm tv Treasurer liv V -t A V VU I. n 'fllo ' Slbn,"b !. "hU" the wlnner for the next place ;imt T.nnfiin nf NTnflntit; otnnlni. lao its ?idvlco and consent to ratli'Icatlon ' as n supplemental; fund. nationalization of tho coal mines. It said road, 1M rrtMPDITCC rWATinM ii wur-iim- u on j10 ticket. iniuuuiiion law, reiusing to The President told the Senate that was found tho problem presented dif Charles I. Dawson proved to be an take up tho Irish Question at the tho Franco-America- n treaty and tho ficulties and complications which do CHK'KKX LIVES IU DAYS Washington, Aug. 5 A big easy victor over Judge Jolly for tho peace conference and his Mexican pol- general peaco treaty wero linked to not exist In relation to government WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER lr (a littv cilo rfn1 9em Tf ! onuiiu, gether. He had made an agreement """ ib- ownership of the railroads ""h Cnmnn Kopubiican nomination lor Attorney icy. -'of Danvlllo, Ky., ropresontatlvo-olec- t a General. Ills vote will norhans bo with the French Republic to submit The railroads, even under private . . .. A. II. '1 m m on h is nuthorltv for a . "FIXAXCJAL STATEMENT." lno ftI8nin Ke"luc.F """".cloBoto 3 to 1. George Baker led In both at tho same time. Yet, in ownership, havo hnd a quasi nubile '.tnrv thn. H,.,ifn nn iivn nt of this, tie held ono of t'iKin up character. A railroad Is a public twelve days without either food epi;V.!" In view of the fact that thore has nation for stato senator by something until tho Senate had prlntod in tho highway and ns such Is subject to wntPr. Ho savs ono of his young ptil-l- i! "1 ., , , been so much unjust censure of the Congressional " Ilko 600. Record 11 oopy taken """"""""" "'" rcculntions of tho stato. Coal mlnos lni t,.m,.,i n ,.i. .,.,.!,! ,i... ,.,t t .. o' .i Ohio County Fiscal Court for failure Tho voto given above, in so far as from tho London Times. Then, that, lmvn nn il ll :i hI liulilln nlinrnptnr ntul t... n...l ...n UllllH.. .......... Jl. ro...ni.. maue uie occasion 01 an n 1..C1VU, .. . .. ., ...v UD nn..ni.i UUUUl lUft Ullll to havo a statement mado of thn Ropro- - 0hIo County is concerned is official. body got what it was uftor. muy in u uays later, airs. Timmons turned tno of Nations demonstration. mu viu) in County's f Inanees, I feel that tho peo aa certified by the th 8a' subject by law Is such ns Is necessary tub over 0t ple aro entitled to know tho facts re,nSert ,n th r0CO,'d th SPeech do" County Election Commissioners, REAL KSTATK ACTIVE. for tho safety, tho comfort and health allv mil early lead It was ablo to,vored garding tho same, so I am divine you b gwo at LouIsvlllo some it their workers. it and Is still living. Sebroo Ban- - time ago in which ho scored tho soino of them, as I feel It Is due tho A number of transfers of real FIRST .MEMORIAL TREE After general consultntlon among nor Court to havo the facts known by tho Leaguo of Nations. Representatives leaders of labor, it was agreed, PLANTED IX OHIO COUNTY people. Ono of tho first a.'ts of tho estate havo been mado hero recentthe Ogden, Robinson and Lauglcy will ly, among which wo nolo the followthcrcfnro .that tho nationalization of REAVER DAM. present Court was to appoint Rotnm ing: escort their now Republican colleague. Mrs. S. O. Keown, of this place, Holbrook and W. S. Tinsley, to railroads was tho easiest approach tho make to tho rostrum when ho goes forward possesses W. J. Bean, houso nnd lot on Main to public ownership. If that did not tho first memorial trco to a financial statement showing Miss Margaret Rhoads, of Arizona. fie street, to Marvin Parks. t0 tn,.0 UlQ oMl of a mombWm bo leglstered from Ohio County. Tin condition of tho County, "ifcecoed, It was not likely that tho na- - is visiting relntlvos bore at tho toe H. E. Brown, houso and lot on tree selected by Mrs. Keown is a very th0 l)resont c0llrt wcnt ,nto otUcQ "Ibnnllzatlon of tho mines or nny Miss Iloutrlco Grlflhi Is tho guest JOHX H. GRAY DEAD. Walnut street to Joo Westerflold. appropriate ono, being a weeping wll- - nnd a8 ovorybody knows, other essential industry could sue- - of Miss Elizabeth Austin. the war was E. E. Brown, bouse and lot on cecu wr. ioweu Tayior, or uuncan, Mr. John II. Gray died at his homo low. The marker received by Mrs on and lie,p 8carco and nar(, to Bet Mulberry street to Loney MInton. Soil was docided to concentrate all 'Miss., is visiting his parents, Mr. and n.ir town Snndnv nftomnnn frr.. Keown Is of bronzo, very handsome alH, the two gentlemen abovo nalMP(1 E. D. Cox, lioiibo and lot and about Inscribed Those were unable to make said statcmnut; the strpngth of organized labor in so-- j Mrs. Rick Taylor. an nffliction of kidney troublo of1""'1 al'Iirl)r-atPluuy Taylor loit tho rrist or considerable duration. Mr. Gray wan woo uimhu in muni u u uo in iiioniory wherout)on tho Court ronuostetl mo to 120 acres, adjoining, to Joe Henry. curing inn miopuoii iiy congruss in fllr. J. C. Her ot al house and lot on xuo riuniu piuu iur uio nniuuiuiizn- - tno weeK lor Detroit, Mlciugnn. 5 a voteran of the war of ag.cd J,feaw Mo County Boy who lost his- jmako tho Btatement for said timo, Center and Union streets, to Isaac wb!, ln th0 sorv,co ot hIa countlon of tho railroads. If this shall bo Mrs. Iko Sandofur hns returned to m,n n.i 1,.,.. m, on( t .11 who and on account of thossessment bo- - Foster. successful tho program is to proceed nor nome,f in uetroit, Alien., nner a inow iijm His remains wero burled Wlu ",lu ""' " """'? ami receivo tno1"a, "uvu uy lag nbout three months late, I was rmt .! til. marxor nt onco to nationalization of other In- .1.1. wiiii relatives, bno was nc- - in oakwood Cemetery, with Masonic regtsiercu visit not ablo t0 ,i0 B0 and tho court not LOCAL FRATERNAL dustries. The initios probabl will companled by her mother, Mrs. Mary services conducted by Hartford Lodgo making application for moinbership. bolng al)lo to get a suUablo ,)0rson) ORDER COMPLIMENTED como noxt INo. G75, of which ho was a mombor. to Charles Lalhrop Pack, president tho 8tntomBnt waa not made At tho , AVngo Forestry Association, roK,iInr Aprll torm 10la( of tnQ-- oh,0 Tho Woman's Benefit Submits Mrs. Authur Miller and daughter, 'Tuo deceased is survived by his wid- - of tne American Association ot D C. Glvo tho name or rnlintv Vlapni r11P, i,nW!, . iini. Tho wage demands of 450,000 rail- ot 'iiusa, OKia., nro tlto guests or 0v and several children. WB tho Maccabees, Home Offlco Buildrf WW...f trco planted, toguther with tho brook, C. O. Hunter, nnd mysolf woro way clerks, froight handlers and e- - Mrs. Minor's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. tho m ing, Port Huron, Michigan name or names of tho portions ln appointed to make a financial state pre33 and station employes on tho William Chapman. STATEMENT SYRIAN REJuly 31, 1913. Mrs. Hnrloy Qtilnn nnd children. railroads under federal control woro LIEF FUND TO DATE whoso memory tho treo Is planted ment of Ohio Comity's flnauces and To mo Officers and .Members ot Hart- -, thu I mado frequent requests Also forward with application placed boforo Railway Dlroctor Hlnoa of Cincinnati, Ohio, nro vlsltlug Mrs. of Mr. 'ford Review No. 42, Ky, 's today by J. J. Forrootor, grand mother, Mrs. Nottlo Chauvan. The following is a statement of the bum ot $3. 00, which pa.vs nil expenses Huntor, that wo get together and Dear Slstera: I wish to congratu to tho niako tho statement, but Mr. Hol- late you on dont of tho brotherhood of these out Mrs. Gilbert Taylor nnd son, havo riittd collected by tho Socrotary, Mhi and entitles tho member tho splendid record yon1 moiithly magazino issued by the asso- brook was, during that time, In Ow- have ployes. roturnod to their homo In Detroit, Cllfflo Follx, for tho noar oast. made under tho Peace Jubilee App'r. Senator Cummins, chairman of tho Mich., nftor a visit with relatives, Precinct Ain't Pd ciation. cnsboro, and Hr, Hunter said that Contest, and to express my apprecia Interstato Commerce Committee of bore. E Hartford ?125.00 $62.00 ho could not possibly help with tho tion of your in placing Miss Vera Hosey is in Stoubonvlllo, W. Hartford tho Sennto, in an address to tho SenRED GROSS ACTIVITIES. 125.00 62.00 Btatement. So it ban not been niado, lour Association over tho top with ate today, doclared that tho President Ohio, visiting hor father, Mr. T. C Beda 25.00 28.00 but It Is no fault of tho Court. How- - 200,000 benefit members. You have and tho railroads had tho full power Hosey. Miss Ola Arlck, ot Cleveland, Ohio, over, tho court at its Special August inuiu uuui 50.00 15.00 Illorso Branch 1110 quota Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Stovens havo K. Heaver Dam .. 125.00 to deal with tho demands for In50.00 is here in the interost of tho Ameri- 1919 torm, appointed another com- assignod you and I wish to personcreases of wages mado by tho men. gono to Detroit, Mich., where theyjw. Beaver Dam.. 125.00 50.00 can Red Cross. Miss Arlck is laying mittee to mako said statement, which ally thank each and every ono of your 'Contertown 13 00 tho plans for a community survey committee is composed of tho fol- loyal members. Senator Cummins bald thero was no probably will reside 100 00 Your review la listinycfcsslty for tho administration apMrs. Adraln Wilson and daughter Shrevo 25.00 12.00 to determlno tho future work of tuj lowing: J. II. Wood, J. L. Brown ami ed with our progressive working repealing to' Congress for any further have returned homo aftor a visit lltiford 25.00 15.00 Red Cross ln this county. Sho will myself, so It you do not got the state- views and I know that it will be one with rolatlves In Memphis, Tenn. power In the matter. 25,00 24.75 bo hero until Sunday, and during the ment, do not blanio tho Court. (Ilartlott of the reviews to mako a record unMrs. Arthur Miller was tho guest IHoflln 50.00 20.25 time sho is making an indeavor to I glvo tho above facts fooling that der tho Pacific Coast Marathun, and of honor at a birthday party lastlPt. Pleasant CLtiVi: ILKR LEAVING. 50.00 50.00 canvass as many of the precincts as It is ln Justice to the Court, In view 1 wish you every success, Saturday, given by Mesdamos Mason JNar-ow- s 16.50 possible. The campaign Is mapped ot the statements made by some ot .50.00 Again thanking you, and with kla4 25 00 J?lcvo Ilcr, while comparatively a Taylor and Robert Gray, at the home Prentiss 2100 out to take about sixty days and will the citizens of the County. regards I am fraternally yours, young man has been In busfness here of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Herbert 25.00 25.00 terminate in October, with a two W. C. DLANKENSHIP, Miss Ulna M West, iRender 25 00 8.00 week's conference here Ropre3entafur a long tint a, ever since be was a William Chnpman. County Clork. Supremo Commander. Inter-governo-J mld-nlch- '' -- ro-5- 7 f ' . J ,f '' ": ' li-- l. ! " i ap-th- at ox-be- en I lll vnmivii . ".....' J "". 1 i. ,,rT ... ce !'."". Ann-ueagu- I I - y 61-6- "' "nly. Wat-hlngio- I -- pros!-JQulnn- 1 - they Moro 'dd enough, Willie who whoso temporament brings him back 116 YEARS OLD. stands R feet, 7 Inches, in IiIj to his natlvo sod, tho gun laid aside is 20 stockings, weighs 154 pounds and h for tho plowshare, to do as much for DISCOVERED ovry Inch a soldier and a man. Lofi his state In tho homely puisults of Ollters Sajs Ih Is l;m, Leslie County SON IS Hat Oldest Clilon fatherless and motherless at a tender peace as he did for the nation by hl.s ago and bound out to a farmer, he signal courago In tho gruelling conacquired thru force of circumstanced test of arms that tried tho soul ot a (Lcuisvlllo Herald) world. 24 Germans, 3 Machine Gun the hardihood, brawn and Whlteslmrg, Ky., Aug 1 A few that gave film the power to do days iigr tlio ilon.hl coiToipondoiit Nests His Trophies In Ho sorved Curo For DjMMitcry. a lion's share In battle. soi'i'nt an lntemow v. 11 li "Lnrlo"! ! One Day's Battle "Whllo I was In Ashland, Kansas, John Shell four years In the army before the at his homo on (!reayj a gentleman overheard mo speaking Creek, Untied S.ate-- entered tro war and south of hero In Lcsllo iuinty, for the period ot tho Ktrui-gle- . of Chamberlain's Colic and Dlarrhoe.t l.cl'eved to e the countv's oldest man returning covered with honois Hemedy," writes William Whltclav, and certainly ono of tho most remarkWII-31- o Aug. 2, Scngcant Hycton, possessing nothing else but the of Dos Moines, Iown. "He told me able. The National Geogra! Inc Sandin, Company A, 132nd U. S and brain, brawn ami determination to in detail of what it had done for hU Society nt Washington hns been asked ;: Infantry, nlone with thi. alii of .1 few . rrr dig a man's livelihood from the sol' 'family, but more especially his daugh- - to Investigate in an effort to see if he' hand ftronndes and his trusty bayon-c- t, :ji- Iter, who was lying at tho point ot HN Wondei fill Courage. llJBr-- i .. Is not tho oldest man in tho civilized JA M killed 24 Germans, captured threo The Intrepid acts of courage, which death with a violent attack of dysen- - world According to his gun nests and called 11 Just machine decorations, tho tcry, and had been given up by the version, Uncle Ser- won him the three John Shell Is 11 ytuis mo day's work for his country. plaudits ot two nations and carved a family physician. Some of his neigh- old bo September II, to be ovx't, geant Sandlln, who Is 29, was born him to give Chamber- although neighbors bors higher to the insist that !c is pnd reared on Crc': nlchowere performed glory of Kentuc lain's advised and Diarrhoea Remedy, Colic on September ky, much older. John Chappcll, liMug Li in Leslie County and Is a flno phycl morning f which he did, and fully believes that 26th, 191S. Early on the that section, himself ovc 90. says' cnl speclman of Kentucky mountain that day. when the allied lint was by doing so saved the life of his that ho has seen a tax receipt dated manhood. Ho staled that he had also Holso doForgcs, child. In 1S09 where John Shell paid his Though the facts iiavo not been as held In check at by a formidable force of thn.cd this remedy himself with equally taxes. Taking for granted that Sl.e'l widely advertised, due laigcl to the m enemy, Sandlln's division was order- gratifying results. was 21 at that time, this would irku inherent modesty of tho man, Kent ed to stop Its advanco and tho men to Shell 130 years old. tucky and Leslie County can boat IX THK DISC Mil) lay down on tho groitnd to avoid a FKKK-TltADWith Delco-Ligl- it installed you can have electric Shell reluctantly consented to bu of a horo of the world war, who neargalling German machine g.m fire Interviewed. ly if not quite equalled the record r.f lights permanently located in your house, barn or Conspicuous by its absence In these on even a seemA few voars ago "Pnclo" John marthe famous Sergeant Alvln G. York, Bur "laying down" was not taugnt days Is tho tnlk in Washington In fa other buildings bright, safe light, just where you ingly l.nposslhle task ried his present wlfe- -a young woman of Tenneseee. CreoK's Ivor of the doctrine o' Tree-Tra- d Sandlln's want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenof twenty odd making his third mar Ho Is Sorgeant Willie Sandlln, who in lecently discharged, has .returned to curriculum. Instead of laying down One might almost ask, In the n.ifei-- . .tut iuiik UK', "I uu ient button. gun nest language of that well known Ilooslur cut his third set of tooth He masti- his old homo in Leslie County wear ho charged tho machlno o - pool. "Who remembers the .. ...... nr.ti.i. 1113 iWMtl .... ing on his hrenst the threo highest ahead of the lino single handed, arm- ttllVfl l.ti. f.t.wl MS .....11 n ,1... tUHtlh" tin till' n. Delco-Lig- ht politician who used to orate on the man of thirty, andI'llIs enlovlnir testimonials to co.ir.igc possible for a ed with his rifle and four hand gielfo grenado fell short merits of fine. He says his long life Is due IOZ soldier to attain the Croi de Guer- nados. His first Kven the President In his message correct living, You can have electric power to ran many apre, Hie FicnMi Military Medal and tho of the mark. Ho ran forward thirty moderate habits, th 1 yards and threw the second grenade recognized tho idea that competition temperate use of whiskey, a little t pliances formerly operated by hand, such as the Couresiloml Me 'a! of I'onrr. and then boldly charged the nest with the foreign producer was a thing bacco, and mainly breathing pure air, To Present Jlim Farm. washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. Tho hearings he- - drinking pure water in f.iet, living glory the con- finding two of the enemy still un- to bo considered. Conscious of tho An electric operated water system will automatays nnd Mjmns hurt. There he accounted for with fore the Houso next to nature. "I take some exerspicuous bravery of this true son of ically pump and carry the water to the house and commonweal! it his bayonet in the fac of the contents committee on Protection for the dve cise every day," ho said, "and speiu' Kontucky brings the industry are bringing out some in much of my time basking in barn. It will save countless steps. You can have, in upholding the traditions which of two automatic revolvers which the! of- - tresting things. Fot instance, ere away from tho haunts tho state's record Germans emptied at him without have omblazoned if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of a Later, the same day, he at-- 1 of tho witnesses was Grlnnell Jones, of civilization " high on fame'.? escutcheon, the good bathroom. two other machine gun chomlcal expert of tho tariff commispeople of Leslie hn-r- c undertaken a tacked alone "Uncle" John Is an expert pedesThere are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed ne.sts, killing altogether that day 24 sion. 1 movement to present Sergeant Sandtrian and often walks twenty n:i He told the committee that while three, madaily. Delco-Lig- ht benefits every member of the even thirty miles over rough mouii-la- ir lln with a farm as a token of their Germans and putting the the industry had grown greatly he chine gins out of action. family, every day in the year. recognition of the man and soldier reads in a day. He often wall's regarded government Protect'on as. to Hydon, the county seat, thirty Citrd For Rravcry. who among all Kentucky's bravo He development, Delco-Lig- ht Is reiuurl;-abl- i miles away. Ills Sergeant Sandlln's proudest pos- essential for Its stands head and shoulders tons 77 firms were making dyes ir and ho can see to read the finest above the crowd In the history of sessions, aside from the three medals. said 191S .iul mere faclorics would be irlnt. He is an export marksinrit the world war. Already a considera- Is this official citation for bravery With electric light and power saving time each Industry were given also and oft on wins prizes In the old- ble sum has been raised In Lesho personally cabled to President Wilson started if tho protection. It has never been darn fashioned day, more productive work can be done. Work at In t'.i' purpose but the old by General Pershing: Countv for thU shocKns matches ed that the tariff commission was a community In wlilch he lives. night is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with Com- "Sergeant Willie Sandlln, friends and neighbors of Sandlln bebody. Sheridan iVy ) rifle, which lu- an lieve that all Kentucklans will be pany A. 32nd Infantry, (A. S. NO. !iteh tariff convenient electric lights turning night into day. rost. glad of tho privilege to Join in this 27S193.) possussed during the oarly settlement am son j "For conpicious galiintrv and Referring to Mie oli testimonial to the state's braveat of the country. Delco-Lig- ht To Improve Your Digestion. idoa in view of making tho trej.edity above and beyond tho cnl! riflo he said. "1 hae carried in many "For years my digestion was so ieer. boar, etc., with this trusty old leading citizen:; 0f duty, with the enemy at Boise do movement state-widElectric lights are safe. There are no lamps or poor that I could only oat tho lightest sun. of Hydon, headed by J. H Asher. Foiges. France "Uncle John lias cloven foods. A tried everything that I hihlreu, and scores cf graiid'-hlldron- . lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a of the Leslie Circuit Court have cleik "Sentember 2Cth. 191S. Serueani formed tho Sandlln Farm Fund with j Sandlln showed consulclous i;allantr,en,,d of t0 sot relief, but not until great grandchildren and great greut- fire. Sitptemiie: 3 a On ho expectation of presenting Sei- - jjn action at Boise de Forges, France, about n year ago whon I saw Cham-goa- g.piHtchildi-M- i. g and family cilebra-tio- n Willie, at no distant day, on bo- - on September by advancing jherlain's Tablets advertised ami got a real 2Gth Delco-Lig- ht will be held in the little Ut- half of the people of Kentucky wPii alone directly en a machine gun nest bottle of them did I find tb right , which Hie best farm in Leslie County. was holding un tho line with .treatment, bince tnKing tuc-- my ui cabin home bck on Grcary CrreK Delco-Lig- ht quickly pays for itself through savUs fire. he killed a crew with a gestion is fine." Mrs. Blanche Bow- - in relebratiou t bis birthday What's In n Name? m ers, Indiana,' Pa. ing time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It is It may be that there Is nothing In a gtenade and enabled the line to Surgeons agree that In eases of economical iiroperation. When ran on kerosense it lint at least it Is a safe conclt.- - arce. FHYATT'S DODV HHTLirXED. ui.s. Burns. Braise and Wounds, th sion that the early environment of 'Later In the day. Sergeant Sandlln will give practically four times the amount of light Sergeant Sandlln counted for soma- - attacked alone and put out of action first treatment is mot-- t important per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. thing In the sum total of the discom- - two other machine gun nests, setting The body ot Capt. Charles Fryatt. When an efficient antihopttr is appli fiture of that part ot the German a splendid example of bravery and who was executed in 1916 by tho Ger- ed promptly, there Is no danger of In- - ! Delco-Lig- ht army which stood between him and coolness to his mon." mans for attempting to ram a subma- fetion and toe wound begins to heai ,,. .. .. omu. r or uv uu uiitii .. Iiicnsi. rine, was brought to Dover a few days ti A Glorious Ilcroid. the day's victory. Reference is had ui Tho body Porozone is the ideal antiseptic and It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipThis, in brief, is the glorious rec- - ago on a British destroyer. to the fat thnt Sandlln was born and Iluy it now and lie Creek. One 'ord of a son of tho blue grass statb was taken by train thence to London healing agent. raiKed on ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. Price 2.r)C, of the five orp'ian boys, all uf whom 'who Kentucklans will delight to hon- - where memorial services .vere held ready for an emergency. The Delco-Lig- ht Power Stand is a portable elecfiOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio joined the lfgular army as soon as or a horo In truth, as yet unsung, at St Paul's cathedral. tric motor that will operate any make of churn, sepm County Hrug Company MiT'rminf'M' KENTUCKY'S BRAVEST ! : ce Delco-- Li s 1 K, Brings City Conveniences to The Country Home rra i . to-da- on will . K I i old-tim- ( Saves Time and Labor Free-Trade- ot. eye-sig- ht Increases Farm Efficiency I lit-us- Lessens Fire Hazards e, , I nt home-comin- Is Economcial ad--ini- ie. The Power Stand , li w !P nowadays needed to that statesman is un exaggerated egn, an conscience, n renertcd ambition, a pendulous chin, a single-trac- k mind and but one idea In his hoHd, one for which he Is willing to sacrifice cvory other conMduiation, hen wo have in A'nerica the grate-i- t statesman of modern times. If all make a Is il arator or other appliance. Ittois attached of pulleys J J that are adjustable any shaft and which will operate at the proper speed. OHIO COUNTY USERS :i:o. a. .1. A. bv means Im3 ffi m tsjflSBJ af-r- r (WLDWIILL LIXINWltl) KANDALL it.K.i:s much toasting improves bread. Makes it taste good. Of course more flavor. Same with tobacco especially Kentucky Burley. Buy yourself a package of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Notice the toasted flavor. Great! Nothing like it. The Y"OU know how "" real Burley cigarette. 7 Guaranteed by Thjw Jnvurve&tA. (Art nen you yawn a good doal in tho daytime, feel dull, nchoy and want t j stretch frequently it is an unmlstuki'- - J 1 ble symptom of you do somothl baokod for a spell of chills. Herl.in Incorporated. Is a chill medicine that will prevent IT or r.ui-- the (lisonsn. It drives out Agent BEAVER DAM, KY. tho Impurltlos nu which tho malarhl Bonn thrives, strengthens tho liver! 4 and clonuses the bowels. I'rice GO Sold by the Ohio County Drug Comm American policios ns laid down by out having boon pany, drawn Into a world o Washington, Monroe, Lincoln mid war; thai this League ot Natlous does lilJAfJlK CONKliiriS WITH not possess autocratic powor, and Its Cleveland; that it doos not mako u powers I'. S. CONSTITUTION are not so oliainplon of Imperialism, instead ot devoid ot checks centralized and so and balances ns to Washinton, Aug --'. Hint tha taking our placo on tho sldo ot freo bo dangers to democratic principle, proposed League of Nations covenant Institutions; that it doos not inuko and furthermore, that Its council, Is In conflict with the Constitution of us a party to ono of tho Kroatest which will consist of nine men, and tho LTtiItd States, Is the coutoutlon ot wrongs lu history, In clvlns Sli.uituiiK will bo in constant sossion, will not Maurice V. Dmun, a lawyer, of the to Japan; that It doos not mako up a bo tho virtual rulor ot tho world; District of Columbia, lu u Jotter to party to evory quarrol In tho world; that It doos not deprive us of tho Hoary Wattsrsun, proaldunt of the that It doos not leave to foreigners right to preserve our neutrality lu Lmkuo for the "reservation of Amer- all (luostlons of national dufouso and caso of war, between two foreign ican Indepfiuleuio: arinamoiit and toirltorlul Integrity of sti.tes, and that It doos not compel us "As a lawyer and a meiubor of the tho United States; that this ulllanco .upon tho outbreak of a foreign war to bar or tho Court of Appoals of the does do justice to all nations; that 1'. suspend our comiiiorco with tho District of Columbia, I fail to seo lu. v is not in conflict with tho American nations." any American citizen, and oupoclally Declaration of Independence; that the any lawyer, can say that tho constitu- Supromo Court of tho United Slates tion of tho proposed League of Na- still will bo tho highest court lu thU Stato of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, bs. tion does not come lu conflict with laud, as its decisions In nmny ..iiics Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha tho Constitution of the United States; may bo overruled by the Lotiptto of is senior partner of tho firm of F. j ,y ,& C0,1 doln bu,lncs8 that It doas not chango our presont Nations; that tho purpose of tho of Toledo, County and Stato In the City aforesaid, nnd form of Government; that it does not Lccguo of Nations Is not to create a ONE that said drm will Pay tho sum of HUNDRUD DOLLARS for each t barter away the sovorelgnty and In- world state or fiuper-statilim it and every ao of Cuianh Unit cannot bV cured bytliouso of HALL'S CVTAItniit dependence of tho United Stales; that will absolutely prevent war that MKUICINU. I'llANK j CIIENBY object Is not to destroy nationalism this alllanco will not bo able to rpgu Sworn to before mo and subscribed In Its ''"3 VA and thorefoie patriotism; that it does late our coinmorco; that this alliance Ayr?reiC0' A- rR?nllfo8' wi OLEASON. ' not diildo tho allegiance of all Amor- - will respect our Immigration laws, J Catarrh HM lean oitUens between a combination that this ulllniico will not destroy our f hrnM ,yn,ndaac's "touBh tlio powers and tho Constltu- -' labor policy; that If this Leaguo of for ISZon&e0' U, System' of forlgn tlon and laws of the United States; 'Nations had been in forco in 1898 that It does not change our traditional we could not lmvo helped Cuba with- .. a . wiiujr or constipation. j ,;nr':;,or!.jr;"i Beaver Dam Planing .Mill Company ' i i -- bolll-goro- nt e; MMIc.SrA. S$ j HARDEN HAS NO LOVE FOR KAISER'S CLIQUE i uerman , Envoy Mentioned For U. S. Outspoken Against Gang of tlio Hnhcnzollcrns, llnnlon said: "I have always lmtl incnay prcsont- Inionts concerning tlio ruler who on Ms accession thirty yenrs.aEO Bald: 'I will lend you Into fjlorlous days.' Wo know tlio KlorioiiH days now. Wllhclm ,lnfl chtuiRutl Into "Kllmhcll' nnd Ocr- ', im,, n poor moviiiR piciuro tlioalcr. Now wo nro slttliiB on tho ruins ot tlio pollcios of thoso Inst tlilrty years. " 11a'-lard- THE NEW TREASURY SAVINGS CERTIFICATE More complete details concerning tho now $100 nnd $1000 Treasury Savings certificates have heen received hy Stnto Director .Tames II. HroWn of tho Savings Division, War Loan Organization for Kentucky. Tho new certificates will ho Issued nt tho following prices: Dcnomlnn- (Ion of $100 Mmitb. of $1000 July $S3C.O0 $83.00 August 84. SO 838.00 S 10.00 September 81.00 8 1.20 October 842.00 S 1.00 8 1.40 Novombor SIC. 00 84.60 December There is an lncrcano of 20 cents a month In the price ot the $100 certificate and two dollars n month in tho $1000 certificates, Tho following is the announcement: "Flvo dollar War Savings Certlil-cate- s arc convertible Into $100 ami $1000 securities, which bear tho same Interest as Wnr Ravings Stamps, I per cent, compounded quarterly. Tho limit of investment of $1000 for each Individual, a feature of the Saving" Stamp issuo his hem retained " Tho new cerciu'ntai aro In registered form only an-- l mature January 1st 1924. They nro redeemable before maturity after 10 days written demand and surrender ot tho certificate, though no such demand should be mndo prior to tho second calendar mouth following tho month In which tho certlficato was issued. The Treasury Certificates are not transferable and aro payable only to the owner named thereon, except In tho case ot death or disability of holder. They aro exempt both as to principal and Interest from all Federal, State and Local taxes, surtaxes and excess profits and war profits taxes. Tho certificates may bo purchased e from any and incorporated banks and trust companies duly qual ified agent for the sale of W. S. S. cer tificates filled with 20 W. S. S. may he exchanged for certificates of $100 denominations and 10 W. S. S. may bo exchanged for Treasury Savings Certificates of $1000 denomination Only W. S. S. of the 1919 issue may ho exchanged for Treasury Savings Certificates and only completely filled War Savings Certificates can bo used for such exchange. If the Wnr Savings Certificate has not heen rcg- Ijtered aril be-- i 8 the full cowplam-n- t of 20 War Savings Stamps, it may bo exchanged at any postofflce. Ten suth registered War Savings Certificates may he exchanged at any Incorporated bank or trust company that Is a duly qualified agent for the sale of W. S. S. Certificates. If the War Savings Certificates Is registered, then exchange may bo effected by the owner's tendering It to tho post- office where he had it registered. 1 post-offic- L '8 Apply n cotton cloth wot with New York, Aug 2 Maximilian Know I.lnlinunt to all wounds, Harden, now In mention ns tlio noxt ruin, liuriiH, sore or bl Is tors, and Carman njiibawmdor to tho United nolo ItH woudorful healing power. It in prompt and very offcctlvo. I'rlco States, In easily the foiomoit publl-clafic, TiOc and $1.00 per hottlo. Sold of (iPiiuany and hy far tho most hy Ohio County Drug Co. m Independent Journalist tho German cmplro linn produced In decades. He 1IISTOUV OK XCMIlHIt 10. as a clone friend of Illsmnrck, and 40 years ngo an old doctor was the treatmont nrcordod Illsmnrck hy "William Hoheuxnllern, thou ompuror putting up a niodlelno for 11so;ibo of of tlerniftny, served to Increano a tho hlood, that cured tho Worst cases g of specific hlood poison, and time dlsllka of tlio Hohonzol-leproved that the cures wore permafamily. Hardin camo Into world wldo dis- nent. After ninny years I secured tinction when ho oxposod In his week- tho prescription (liolng a druggist,) ly, Dlo .iikunft (tho Future,) tho dls- - nnd took each Ingredient separately guMlng details of tlio orgies ot the and referred to my U. S. Dlspcnsa-"roun- d tnhlo" clique of nobles and tory anil other nuthorattvo hooks on oMi'ts close to tho Kaiser and tho j medicine and found tho medical prop- crown prince, llo was sued for .Ihel, ortles set down as follows: "Employhut won the suits, and his revelations ed In diseases of tho glandular system ,ln hlood poison, scrofula, ccze-mri suited In a wholesale In the Hoheuzollern entourage. constipation, stomach and liver Harden, while supporting tho war troubles, chronic rheumatism, ca- as a Cermnn citizen In Its onrly stage, Unrrh, In sores, ulcers, pimples, skin Immediately upon tho invasion of eruptions, mercurial nnd lead polson-llelgiumado known his feelings in lug. Under its use nodes, tumors no uncertain terms. He was an out- - nnd scrofulous swellings that have spoken critic of tho Junker.! and W'lthstood nil other treatment disapnnd of tho Kaiser nnd von pear ns if hy mnglc," To conwnginc-.rnt- o Tirpltz and many of the military lend- my fortieth year as a druggist ers Frequently during the first two 11 named this medicine "Number 40 Tears of tho wnr Issues of iiiti paper ;Kor Tho Hlood." J. C. Mendcnhnll, were suppressed. Kvnnsvllle, Iml. Sold hy Ohio CounIn January, 1010. an order was Is- ty Drug Company. sued In llerllu prohibiting Harden from speaking In public or writing ..s.VYS MHXDKNIIAMS CUlhh AXI for the remainder of tho war. Harden KNVKIt TOXIC CUHKH HIM paid no attention to tho decreo, and or MAiaitlAli KKVKII it was never fully enforced, although ATTHU im.'S KAlM:i his paper was copiously censored, and sometimes whole Issues wore seized Albion, Illinois, August 3, 1011. J. and destroyed. C. Mondcnhall, Evnnsvlllc, Ind. Dear During the war Harden frequently Sir: It is with tho greatest pleasure cri'lclzcd tho Kaiser nnd tho crown I highly recommend your Mcnden-hall'- s prince, and he has criticized thorn Chill & Kovor Tonic. It cured since tho close of tho war; but no has me of malarial fever when the doctors ,i nlsonot hesitated to criticize tho not do nnythlng for me. I man people and denounce their attl-,wumJer the doctor's caro for one tudo over the peaco treaty. Ho nn,i BOt no better; was taking lleves tho treaty la no more opprcs- - yOUr for tlic cMa nnil coul,i slve than it should bo and has re- - teU tnat t i,L.i,)C(i mo and J Just quit peatcdly urged tho government to jtho doctor and ot me anotlior bottle sign It and allow the country to begin of yoMr t0nlc and got well right awny to support Itself and pay 1th debts. !About two weeks nfter my hnlf broth- to the Gcr-. Only recently he appealed l0()u 8cU with tho same fever. I man peoplo to bo honest with your tonic to him and selves and even though their enpmlos i1. BOt a ))()tUo of lt nnd got WPli were tho greatest scoundrols in thorKht nway. I also recommended It world, to ncknowledgo that Germany lo n i,oy ,y tho n.uno of jjCO Frey and i.nd her rulers alono are rosponslblo ij mct i,m in tic 8ilow-- at An,ln nnd for the most destructive war of all tho first thing ho said was '"One bottime tle cured mo." If you want to write Wnr Started Hy Trick. to them their address is Albion, III., In an Interview In Derlln In Octo- and you will learn all I say is true No matter how small tho flock the ber, 19 IS, Harden, after seeing thnt ns the gospel. droppings should bo carefully saved, tho German army hud collapsed nnd Yours truly, Earnest Ilnllam. storod, and cither used as fertilizer that tho end was a matter of days, Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. for plants or disposed of to persons said: m who can so use them to incrcaso tho "I hope Yon Tirpltz will bo put on IMHKCTOHV GOVKItXMKNT fortuity of tho soil. trial as soon as poslblo. There must be limits for wiint human beings can President ami Congress. Don't wait to get that largo sum do to ono another. President Yoodrow Wilson, N. J., for investment. Put all tho little bits "As to Ilelglum, tho war started on Salary $75,000, with allowance for in Thrift Stamps and War Savings our part with a piece of trick, and so traveling oxponses up to $25,000 ox- - Stamps and you will soon havo a large I nover gloried In our military vie--! tra, and $100,000 more for clerk hire sum Invested. torles, which wore tho fruits of dlb-jnwiilto Houso expenses $ SCO, -y honor. Hut treaties are no ' 000 ln alli (Subject to change.) SOLDIERS MUT1XV. j longer "scraps of paper." Thom'as II. Mar- About Russia: "Yon Kuchlmnnn j8Mnl, Tnu; w,lnry $12,000. PresI-nn- d Soldiors at ono of tho army camps Czcrnln nro responsible for tho ,,ent ,)ro tomi AU)ort n cummins ot became mutinous recently, rotusing fact that tho world now considers mb jowa. to obey orders or to saluto their ofconfidence men; the first problem aft-- ! t, Speaker of House, Frederick 1L ficers. Two battalions ot troops woro cr peaco ought to be to establish or of Mass., salary $12,000. The sent to tho camp nnd about 400 soldcr in Russia " 9G Senators and 435 Representatives diers wcro arrested and 1800 others Finally whon nsked for his opinion ot GCth congress receivo $7,500 salary wero dispatched to other camps. The each, with wileago extra at 20 cents main grievance of the men, it Is stat a milo each way, each session, figur ed, was that they wero being ordored ed on dlstnuco between their homes back to Franco. nnd Washington; also $125 extra for a stationary, newspapers etc., Each is It may bo a noblo trait to "love thy also allowed $3,500 a year for clerk neighbor as thyself," but you needn't hire. Katio ot representation ono mention to your wlfo that tho neighlinomucr to enen zzi.m i population. bor wears skirts. Should Read Mrs. Monyhan's mm Party divisions in CCth Congress: Letter Published by MOTHER KNEW. House. 237 Hep., 194 Dem.. 2 Ind.. 1 Pro., 1 Soc. Sennto, 19 ltep., 47 Her Permission. Adult son Mother does a girl jDem. Mitchell, Ind. "LydinE. Pinkliam's mean to encourago or dlscourago a The Cabinet, Vegetable Compound helped mo bo much j Arranged in order of presidential man whon sho uunng tno umo l Mother My son, there is no need wn3 lookinpforwurd succession: secy, biuic, itoneri Lansto tho coming of my ing, N. Y.; Treasury, Carter Glass, of going into details. When n girl little ono that 1 nm starts out to encourago or dlscourago recommending it to Va.; ., War, Newton D. llnkor, Ohio; n man, tho man nover has any doubt Atty-GenA. Mitchell Palmer, Pa.; other expectant mothers. Boforo Postmaster-Gen.- , Albert S. Hurleson, about what sho means. Philadelphia taking it, somodaya Tex.; Secy. Nnvy, Josophus Daniels, Bulletin. X suHered with ncu. ralgia so badly that N. C; Interior, Franklin K. Lane, in: km:y I thought 1 could Calif.; Agilculturo, David P. Housnot live, but nfter ton, Mo.; Commerce Win. C. Rcdfiold, Papa to son: "Bobby, If you had a taking three bottles N. Y.; Labor, Win, II. Wilson, Pa. jof LvdiaE. IMnk-'hallttlo nioro spunk you would stand $12,600. a Vogotablo Salary of each, know what spunk is?" Hobby to The Supremo Couit. Compound I was en in your class. Now, do you Chief Justice Edward D. Wlilto. oi Jmia tirely ronovouhod I' IK pa :"Yes, sir. It's tho past participle neuralgia, 1 Uaii (i)om.) salary, $15,000. Asso-nn- d of spank." go 'dnto Justices, salary. $14,500 each; was "able do all Jos. McKonnn, Cnllf., (Rep.); Oliver around and HIS CKLLAIt Till: HICST. Holmes, Mass., (Rop.)j William my housework. My baby when seven 19 pounds and I feel u n. months old weighed oh, (u0p.); James Mcltey- Hook Agont I have hero, sir, tho better than I havo for n long time. I ,..,,.. teilll., Vnaml-wllllsVuni- , v.n hn.l nnv mode no do DlO SO six best sollors much good. "Mrs. l'UMb MONYltAN, .venter, Wyo., (Hop.); Mnhlon Pitney, a whoop. Old Soak Don't caro Mitchell, Ind. N. J. (Rop.); Louis 1). Ilrandoin, , maternity is a Mass., (Dem.) ; John II. Clarke, Ohio, I'vo got tho best collar In town, an Good health during it'll last mo nil my life. most important factor to both mother (Dcm.), nnd child, and many letters havo been received by tho Lydia E. 1'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., tellingof vo shall If wo havo health restoredduringthis trying period FOR FLETCHER'S iho "dumping ground" for tho by tho use of Lydia E. Wnkhum'B goods. f Compound. . world's excess m houso-cle-in-Inn, m j (3er-jcoas ar 11'''? JST O VC JIMMIirilfllJMIIIMIIIIIIll' II UN It' Mimw '' !& i Ttinmt vmrt tnm- - ' T ft tint, handsome pouna and tin hum!' dora and that c(aty0 practicat pound crystal half-poun- d mmmL Mjtaat humidor with sponge moittenwr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you tould get away with every twenty-fou- r hours! You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality! And, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance that you can hit seven days out of every week without any comeback but real smoke joy ! smoke-record-high-sp- filled cheerily in your of Prince PUT a pipeyou're onface that'sof smoke peacebrimful P. A. will if the trail For, ! R. J. "WHAT SHOULD UK DOXL. to-da- y Reynolds Tobacco Company. Winston-Sale- m, N. C. toc or turbed lately. A few weeks ago the observatory at tho University of Virand ginia found that a circular section of The great question of tomorrow, therefore, is not only what tho sun's surface, approximately miles in diameter, is in violent we aro doing with our money but also agitation. Tho great central spot what our money is doing with us? Until oui debt and credit expanslor was measured and found to bo milees long and 5000 miles wide. is reduced the high cost ot living must continue to oppress us. The Large sun spots may bo observed by reduction in outstanding currency looking through a dense photographic has already begin and Is already negative or a heavily smoked glass. 00 00 vico-Prcsldc- Gll-lol- MOTHERS J0 BE ly proceeding. Tho other point every merchant and manulacturer and every wage earner should bear in m'nd is that tho than ti':e will c ae poraps in a year when England, France, and It'ily w.ll pot down to work again and, driven by poverty and war will feel taxes if "iiUara-o'-spvcrltunable to buy anything they can do without and under the ne"d of making everything that they can niako for thomselvcs instead of buying it from us, and, on top of that .very eager to sell to us at any price all their rurplus products. This will bring down prices in thi country, restrict tho markets for our goods, and bring a stlffer competition thnn wo have ever known befoie. lt is necesary, therefore: For Congress to have ready a new Tariff to Protect the United States from being mado a dumping ground For our treasury to lessen all taxes oppressive to Industry, and to Increase all taxes upon Idle wealth and especially upon large inheritances; in ordor that wo may begin at once without hardship to the people, car-lylout tho traditional policy o the United States after every great wa.r of paying off the war debt, tln.s enriching tho country, fostering and h.dustry, and lessening taxes upon tho multitude. New York American. eIom ls' Gcr-inni- .y of Tulsa, Okla. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Chapni'in. Mrs. Mary Hunley left last week 4G,-0for Detroit, Michigan, where she will visit relatives. Mrs. L. T. Drapler, of Herrin, III., 2S,-0is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens have gone to Detroit, Mich., where they will probably resido In the 'future. Mrs. Harley Qulnr. and children, of Cincinnati, Ohio, aro the gueits of Mrs. Qulnn's mother, Mrs. Nettlo MAHK GIVKS ItlKTlI TO MULK AXD A HORSE Chauvan. Mrs. Adrian Wilson and daughter Evansvllle, Ind.. Aug 2. John Out- havo rejutued from Memphis, Tenu., law, a farmer of Union Township, where they wero tho guests of relaVanderburg County, was surprised tives. when ho found one of his mares had j Mrs. Gilbert Taylor and son hav given birth to twin colts. But ho was returned to their home in Detroit, more surprised whon he learned that Michigan, after a visit with Mrs. one of the colts was a mule and the Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott ( other a horse. Tho case is tho first Likens. ot its kind in this section ot tho coun-t- r. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Taylor wore in Louisville, shopping, tho first of the u oek. BKAVHK DAM. Mr. Leo liracion who has been oven eas with the U .3. army, has reMrs. Arthur Miller and daughter. lit) nod home. ( imsEii&Ei BSBSOq Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of EDITORS GKT copy-readers WKKK. Mm. m alright. and reporters Editors, of tho London Times havo had their period of sorvice cut to flvo days n week. This Is tho first dally in tho country to adopt such a rule. Lord Northcllffo, who owns tho paper, announces that tho system will shortly bo extended to his other dally publications. Weokly and monthly periodicals owned by Northcllffo havo followed tlio practice for some tluio. TAXES DUE. Stnto, County and Common school tax bills, for tho present year have been placed in my hands for collection Cash is needed with which to pay running oxponses. Como nnd get your tax bill while it may bo urocurcd at cost. S. A. BRATCHER, Shorlff of Ohio County. o KCIHXTIFIO NOTES. i WlaZ'CUC. iriiZ tmi In tMs All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good Kunervlslnn K?rnv Allnw no nnft to i1nvlv Ron nl and nas been made under his fo infn-n- per-r Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bletp. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORSA m r4 Pa-hott- er GENUINE CASTORIA i ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 'I'IPW . wz & 4f " Fro-Trn- io Children Cry CAStO RA .Hugo Spots On Tho Sun: Although It Is now threo years past tho period at which disturbances in the sun wero supposed to bo at a maximum, the olar surfaco has been greatly dis- . Ifl Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMK CENTAUR COMCANV, NKW YOHK CITY. dc4 AUCTION SALE OF FOUR OF THE aL.OOjSLTESiD 553 BEST FARMS IN OHIO COUNTY ACH.E3S OP TDESIES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, PROMPTLY AT 10 ''.K ! DBE3JST H.USL3NT23 X3NT OHIO COUNTY 1919 O'CLOCK ON THE FARMS. ! acre farm of Joe Everly, known as the Gatton farm, located on the Livermore and Centertown road, 4 miles South of Livermore and 7 miles North West of Centertown and 1 mile of Church and School, has a good 6 room house, 1 stock barn, 72x38; 1 tobacco barn, 1 grainary, garage, 2 corn cribs, 35 acres in timber, 20 acres in meadow, the balance in high state of cultivation; all well watered. The above farm lays well and is on the public road. 137 acre farm of Chester A. Lindley will be sold in two lots, then as a whole. 73 2 acres no improvements, 30 acres in cultivation, balance in timber. 63 2 acres, 20 acres cleared, balance in timber, then the two above tracts as a whole. 258 acre farm known as the Worth Tichenor farm will be sold as follows: 40 acres of Heavy Timber, White Oak, Black Oak and Gum, White 4 2 to 5 ft., at stump, then a one half undivided interest in the above 258 acres; then the entire 258 acres and timber as whole and the BEST PRICE ACCEPTED. d cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years, Interest at 6 per cent, lein retained on land to Terms on the above Farms: I will sell 160 1-1-1-- I t t t t t ! one-thir- secure same. These farms all adjoin and are located on the Livermore and Centertown roads, absolutely the Garden Spot of Ohio County. v ' FOR INFORMATION PHONE OR WRITE C. ! P. TURNER, Clerk ' C. A. PAYNE, Jr., Auctioneer Republican Under the caption of "ROAD TAX DEFEAT" the Hartford Herald deliv. ers a lengthy article accusing tho present County Administration of most everything short of highway robbery. The Herald would not at Uncle John Shell, of Leslie County, any time come out either for or who claims to be 116 years of age, against tho tax proposition, but waitand whom others say is as much as ed until after the election was over 130 years old, says he has been a and then by it's "Road Tax Defeat" temperate user of whiskey, a moder- - article announces to tho world that ate user of tobacco, but a glutton for it was against tho proposition for the free air. Time was when his like reason that tho administration could ness would have been worth some- not be trusted. It says "Too much thing for adornment of wrappers and consumed in compensating County pasters for clgaret packages and officials for suand products, to say nothing pervising, constructing &c." It would of the walls of homes of model license have been so much easier If this has and personal liberty leagues. been the rule, to have specialized, givo the names of the County officials An extensive campaign has been and officials who have been launched to raise funds necessary grafting, for that is what tho acwith' which to erect a splendid mem- cusation amounts to. It would have orial building to the honor and mem- been very nice of tho Herald, and ory of "Kentucky's Sons" who died quite fair too, it it had stated that pein the recent war, on tho Campus of titions signed by a largo number of State University, at Lexington. This voters calling for this last election is a move In the right direction and had been filed with tho court, yet It the people of this great Common- did not mention that fact. If it had wealth should respond in terms of dono so, thero would have been no many dollars. Tho campaign is In basis for tho statement that the iuts charge of somo of Kentucky's ablest tlon was "Forced so frequently," no financiers and best citizens, which al- wind would have been left in It's most Insures the success of the un- sails if all of tho truth was let out. dertaking. Many other states have More than one-haof tho articlo already secured the necessary funds does not bear at all on tho road tax to erect momorlals of this character question, but upon "This Is not all. to the memory of their deceased Tho people aro deprived of the prlvi-leg- o heroes, and, Kentucky can do nothof seeing how their money is ing more fitting than to complete just spent. This same fiscal court, by such a building as will porpotuato defiantly refusing to publish, as tho tho deeds of Kentucky's fallen Sons,jlaw re,,lllres a statement of receipts 10 futjre 1'Qfi'er'ty- not meroly a disbursements t0 10VO tlicm t0 resPnd t0 local forward movements but wouldn't it be pleasant to feel that Hartford and the Good Old County of Ohio merited tho compliment? ty ty lf ty 3 The Hartford ment last made by tho Herald Is a I know-nlg- long, long ways from the fact, and ILLITERACY WAR NOW ON IN OHIO COUNTY Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor and Business Manager. nffAtrtcr trt IflTO fit fllA Poatofflce. Hartford, Ky., as mail Eatter of the second class. rMtnuml j Addrcso yto all communications Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give the old sddress in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Y$t lino, and 5c per line for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per line, money in advance. Church Noticos for services free, but other advertisements, 5c per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual FRIDAY 123 GO AUGl'ST 8 King Swopo, of Danville, ought to arrested for throwing that bomb into the Democratic Cump last bo A piece of mail started from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Indianapolis, ind, 39 years ago, was recently delivered Not since the landslide of 189C has tho 8th congressional district by tho very efficient service afforded to send a Democrat to congress. tho country by Postmaster General failed It was on I in season and out of season. Uurloson. (And still they knock regarded as impregnable- from Ropub. Burleson.) lican attack, yet last Saturday King Homy "Tin Lizzie" Ford, in his Swope, of Danvillo, n young but ac- do- mllllon-dolla- r libel suit against the- "vo and popular Republican feated Judgo Hardin, a man of ablP-t- y Chicago Tribune, lias thoroughly and one of tho very best and demonstrated tho fact that ho is unnot an anarchist as the strongest men within the democratic lettered and if term is often applied and used, he has party in tho district. This, too, was ,ho uat ot tht) Primary, when tho most assuredly boon of fctrong anar-j- " I chists tendencies along cortaln lines. Democrats had a hot fight on for all tho positions on tho stato ticket. Had ho been charged with anarchy .m, it. o ,.i,i,. .,.,.1 ,... ..lot u,,h which was calculated to havo drawn as it has been, wo confess that wo aro 'their voters to tho polls in numbers more than doubtful as to tho verdict, sufficient to literally overwhelm tho opposition, as no othor contests ot Wo noto In tho Loltchfleld Gazot'o any note wore on tho cards. Tlje, a complimentary notice of Hartford 'noro than 1,'iOO, majority registered and Ohio county, with reference to nguhiht Judgo Hardin in tho rock-th- o chatauqua held hore and also for ribbed Sth, can bo construed In no tho Fair to bo held later. We think othor way than as a dark omen for this is perhaps only a method ap- - the unterrlflcd In the elections this piled for a "llttlo dig" at tho people coining fall and Hie big "fracas" ol Lcltcbfield and Grayson county, scheduled for 1920. - ' Plans by which tho stain of illiteracy mny bo removed from Ohio county havo been formed by Miss Annio Davis, tho county agent, In with Supt. E. S. Howard, tho board of county commisa ' sioners and tho enlistment of tho WANTED. county teachers. The preliminary organization work Will pay $H,00 por pound for has been going on for tho past thrco weeks when tho help of tho county wild ginseng, Golden Seal (Yellow olllclals, clubs, bankers, press and Root) J4.00. Must bo freo of dirt ami dry, parcel post shipments ac individuals havo been assured. Check sent on samo day - cepted. Tho county commissioners, com"w J shipment arrives. ' posed of E. S. Howard, chairman; C. II. WHITE, Ellis Saudefur, Mrs. Clco Frymlro 5tS ' Balzotown, Ky. and J. C. Lawrence, havo promised assistance and untiring efforts to acf complish this task for Ohio county. "No illiterates in tho county this year" is tho aim of all. Realizing this is tho last year of tho lifo of tho Kentucky commissioners, and that an, appreciable stop towards complete eradication of Illiteracy must bo made by 1920, many organizations of tho Stato aro throwing their weight Into tho campaign in tho hopo that tho final roport shall show Kentucky far up in tho ntnn list ot States free from illiteracy. ... l.l.... DUUUl, 1...1 Ull 11UI11I6UU Dtuiu- - ll.ll t'U I I ti W ' I.,it X' l.nl UllV UiltUUUU Tho first years woro spout moro CHANGES HANDS ment in tho paper having tho largest or less in organization work ns county, says In efcirculation in tho REPUBLICAN TICKET. J. C. Her, for a long tlmo ono of well as teaching, but now that the fect, that tho tax payers havo no right machine Is In good working order, to know whoro their money goes &c." Hartford's most popular and successit Is believed Illiteracy can bo wiped For Governor And tho Herald says "IT IS THE ful business men has sold his grocory-hardwaEDWIN P. MORROW. and furnituro business to out In tho alloted tlmo. PAPER OF LARGEST CIRCULAMiss Davis has latoly returned Lieutenant Governor TION." (Hut not In this articlo, how-ove- Sidney William? and J. E. "Edward'' S. THRUSTON BALLARD. Wo wondor If, at tho foot of Duke. Tho now firm will bo styled from Frankfort, whero sho has had tho itemized statement, It will, In "Williams & Duko," and will continue a full course of tho work, und comes Secretary of Stato FRED A. V AUGHT. fairness to tho Fiscal Court, stato tho same character of business as that to us highly recommended. During tho two weoks sho has been Attorney Goneral that tho Court has tlmo and again formorly carried on by Mr. Ilor, and CHAS. I. DAWSON. tried to get an impartial commlttco In tho samo building. Wo wish for hero on tho field, much has been acAbout halt tho schools Auditor Tub. Acct's to uudlt tho County's accounts, so tho now firm their merited share of complished. aro opou now and sho will, as fast JOHN J. CRAIG. that thoy could bo published, but for SUCCOFS. as possible, visit every ono. Some Supt. Pub. Instruction o somo reason or nnothor those ap- twouty ot thorn havo already been GEO. M. COLVIN. IN MICMORV. pointed or requested to make tho tab vlsltod and tho peoplo found very Clerk Court Appeals ulatlon could not do bo, Mr. Rowan ROY B. SPECK'. In loving memory of our dear much interested und eager for tho Holbrook together with tho writer Commissioner of Agrlcultur- oHusband and fathor, F. E. Harrle, moon light school. woro appointed by tho Court to do Y, Several illiterates havo already W. C. HANNA. this very thing, but wo could novor t who departed this lifo, Aug. 1, 1918 called at Miss Davis' olllco asking for Treasurer find n tlmo when both could start Sad and sudden was tho call books to bo studying beforo tho JAMES WALLACE. For dear Father, loved by all. Tho tho Investigation. work on . moonlight school opens. Stato Senator to Wo llttlo thought that on that day, Court finally tired, waiting for us GEORGE BAKER. O.ir dear Father would bo called ' Another yart of tho work is the do tho work, and appointed another of tho law of daily Representative away. , , enforcement committee, with no better results "' school attendance. She is pushing ISAAC S. MASON. WIFE and CHILDREN. than at first. So you see tho state- cost tho same much adored tax payers $200 or ?400 or whatever tho sum may be. Do not understand us to arguo that the statement should not bo mado, because that is not tho caso. The main trouble is with the author of the articlo above referred to. Ho didn't tako tho trouble to try to givo thi facts. Ho only shot as ho saw fit, for no other reason than to try to make political capital out of the whole business. It's what you might term a "Big Bertha" as it was shot from afar off. A man who draws four, and five (maybe six) times tho salary of any "grafting" officer of Ohio county, who lays off of the job and travels hundreds of miles to tako upon himself the onerous task of ought over, putting something to tako time to Investigate sufficiently to bo enabled to givo all of the facts. If he did this ho would not havo quito so much time to tell tho Domocrats of Ohio county who to vote for, for Governor, and other such little matters. ; I e can't believe that tho writer's was so bad that ho did not know of these efforts to have a financial statement made. And last, wo wonder if at tho foot of tho published financial statement, if tho Herald publishes it, it will say that the mak-inof this statement cost the beloved tax payers $200.00, or whatever It amounts to, and, If it will kindly bay that "The publication of this statement In The Hartford Herald, g thiS to, as she visits each school. To increaso daily school attendance, and to wipe out Illiteracy, .tj tho two tasks beforo us now. To accomplish this, let every ono give tho work their approval and help with It. m Able Committee Has Been Named To Be Factor W. O. W. UX VEILING. members of Sugar Grovo Camp 260 aro requested to meet at Sunny SIdo Cemetery nt Heaver Dam, Ky., at 2:30 P. M., Aug 10th, 1919,. for tho purpose of unvolllmr Sovereign W. A. Navo monument. All W. O. W. and W. C. and tho public arc cordially invited. 110 YK HBSS Clerk. AH No. fA.l.l .... 2 11 re 0 r.) "i Tor Sale Regal Truck, most Grafonolaa to plcaso tho fastidious, nt prices that arc right. condition. Prlco $480.00. 4t3 In good &3K5MA OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. C. IJ. SMITH, (Render) I August Sale! Every day adds new things to FAIR'S AUGUST SALE. If you have not attended these special bargain days you should Remember only TWO do so at once. DAYS remain but these will be days of REAL VALUES. MerThousands of yards of Mill-En- d chandise going for less than cost to manu- Mr. II. H. King, ot Corydon, Stato agont for tho Continental Firo InMr. and Mrs, W W. Harris and surance Co., was lu Hartford, yesterresided llttlo son returned homo Saturday, afday. Mr. King formerly ter spending somo tli.it; visiting relahero. tives In Mndlsonvlllo an.l jtnor ,oii'ts In Uo,)kIi'E county. Llttlo Miss Tholma Ilcnnctt, of tho Shlnklo Chapel community, is Mr. and Mrs. Henry PIrtle left spending tho week hero w!lh her grandfather, Mr. V. 0. Bennett ana Tuesday for Montgomery, Ala., for .1 few days visit with our former Counother relatives. ty Agent, V. W. Browdcr. They will Yrs. Ike Snn.lefur and llttlo daugh go to Kuropla, Miss,, to visit Mr. ter, Martha Chapman, after 3pcndl)iK Plrtle's p.ster, Mrs. T. P. Carson an 1 several veoks In this county, visiting Mr. Carson, before returning homo relatives, hnvo returned to their If you wero hred In Old Konturk . homo In Detroit. get tho Kentucky Thoroughbred buggies. Wo have them and want you Ulg races, lots of stock and moro to look them over. Tho Farmer's attractions nro promised patrons of friend, County Fair this year than tho Ohio J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, over before. The dates will he Au Both Phones. Heaver Dam, Ky. gust 2S, a9nnd3U. P. 0., Itouto 2, Beaver Dam, Ky. ( 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 headquarters for anything in the Dry Goods line. . , Tor Snlo from GO good raddlo horse. CLAUDE 5t3 acres, 1 mile Farm For Sale 49 25 good pigs, will wclfih west of Dukchurst. 15 acres hill, rest to 100 pounds. Also one tiled bottom. Good improvements, A KINO. Hartford, Ky. room dwelling. $50.00 per acre. For particulars 4t4p seo W. C. WADE, It. 1, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Moso Hudson left last week for Detroit, Michigan, where sho wil. facturer. Sales close Saturday, August 9th. Remember this, and also that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. I have sold out my business to spend somo tlmo. She will go from Sydney Williams and Edward Duke there to Battle Creek, Mich., where and would apreclato It very much If iho will stay until fall. my friends will como In and make somo arrangement for their account. FOR SAI.K One yoke ot good, li I want to take this opportunity to year old cattle, will weigh about THANK each and 'every ono of my pounds. Good condition. many friends that have been so good J E. RENKROW. to me In my seventeen years of busiGtlp Arnold. (P. O. White Hun. ness at Hartford. I am sure tho boys will try as hard as I have to pleaso Dr. ar.d Mrs J. D. Stewart, of Dun-de- o you and they will appreciate all the went to Owensboro, Wednesday, business vou can slve then.. for the purpose of having an operaWith best wishes for you oil, tion performed on Mrs. Stewart for Your friend, lonsllltls, or similar throat trouble. J. C. ILER. 2,-4- 00 JBkRGb The Hartford FRIDAY Mr. and .Mrs. Willie Hal'. Missus L'lllne and Hopo Ward an 1 jillllo Hrooks, of Owensboro, spent from Saturday until Sunday afternoon hero, suost3 of Mr and Mn? . J Cnskoy Bennett and family. We aie going to carry anything you might want in Furniture, Hardware, Groceries and Paint and will bo glad to show you our lino before you buy. WILLIAMS & DUKE. local Whilo tho pulpit at the Methodist church was being occupied by Rov. Moore, of Beaver Dam, Rev. Rov. A. D. Litchfield was filling Moor's place In tho Church at Beaver Dam, Sunday. PUBLIC SATiK. On TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919. at 10 o'clock, A. M., I will offer for sale to the highest and best bldddcr, at the residence of W. A. Maddox, of Mc miles south-eas- t deceased, 1 McIIenry, tho following property: 5 head of horses and mules, 3 good milch cov.'3. 2 calves, 2 good hogs. farming Implements of all kinds, household and kitchen furniture, one road wagon, mowing machine, rake, cane mill and other Items. Terms made known on date of sale. U. S. CARSON, ADMR., Gtl! W A MaddDx, deceased. r'. Respectfully, Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Ky. Republican : Fresh lino of looso cakes. WILLIAMS & DUKE. STRAY STREAKS I J Prof. II. E. Brown, Superintendent (By Fluko McFIuko.) Mr. J. W. Maddox, of Route 1, tho Harrlsburg, Ark., High School, Fordsvlllc, was In town Wednesday. of came up Friday, for a few days stay. As I try to write this stuff there 'I Prof. Brown went to his farm near is a danco in full swing just across Wo have a nico lino of Oil Stoves Rochester, Monday, returning to Ar- the alloy, and I find my old Oliver and ltange." Personal News kansas, Tuesday. behaving rather badly, sometimes WILLIAMS & DUKE. occasionally There is practically a new world, emerging from Jazztn and Social Euents. J Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rowo and and now and then hitting up the fox All tho very latest Columbia Re- son, the smoke of war. But best of all the new things is Everett, of Lexington, arrived trot, or coon pace, maybev cords at hero Tuesday to visit Mr. Ozna Shults the new OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO'S. 4t3 and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rowo will Mr. T. J. Stevens, down at tho The Ohio County Fair August 25, spend about thirty days In tho coun- hotel, has a pair of (loop green sox Thero will bo attractions at tho ty visiting relatives. 29, and .10. adorned with horizontal white stripes, UWt "jnjijlSSlSlflLlllEilL jiJfflglJ tjti HH j. (? Ohio County Fair this year, novor bo- that ho wears during Teachers' In your bale-tie- s from W. E. foro seen hero. Sale Thoroughbred, big type, stltutes, tho first day of every cir Foi' Get Hogs. 2 boars G China Poland ELLIS &, BRO. - months old, 7 pigs, both sexes 3 cuit court, first Mondays, and ho says Miss Maurlno Martin left Wednesho oxpocts to wear said sox during Mr. O. C. Martin made a business day on an extended visit with friends months old. Prices reasonable tho air If nothing happens, 'twlxt Earl- - 6t4. nn.l relatives In Llvormoro and W. S. DEAN. rin m t.miUviiiP. Wniltipsilnv. now and then. ington. Dundee, Ky. seo If you are in need of Bnlo-tlc- s Tho first squib herein was writ i Como In, hear tho Columbia Re- LIKENS & LEACH. Mrs. C. M. Harnett received a teleyour sclec- - gram Wednesday afternoon from her the night of the dance. This is belnc cords played and niako g night, and as 4t3 son, Capt. E. L. Barnett, announcing shot on prayer-meetinMr. Seth Riley is spending several t,on' bo-iOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. his arrival at Camp Meritt, N. J. It wo thump tho old Oliver, there Is daye in Lavton SprlnE'-- wafted through our window Is presumed that Capt. Barnett will sweet strains, borne on pleasant, fe' Mrs. J. C. Berry, ot Owonsboro, Is bo at homo horo in a short tlmo. BEST Patent Flour, $1.55 pur ?4 male voices, of "There's a Great Day tho guest of, her fathor and mother, LIKENS & LEACH. pound bag. Coming." We Just naturally went 'Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render and othor Mr. Yewell Baugh, a yoeman In tho to wondorlng, when, where and for Navy, Is hero on a visit with friends whom. We pay cash every day for eggs and relatives hero. ' Mr. Baugh is a formand relatives. BRO. W. E. ELLIS poultry. "The Car with a Conscience." Mrs. Ann Holbrook, of Beaver er Ohio County boy and enlisted In We had a lottor from "Mutf nun- Tuesday, Dam, was tho guest of her uleco, Mrs. the Navy at tho outbreak of tho war. tor a tow days ago and he said he Mr. Gllmoro Kcown left W. C. lllnnkenshlp and Mr. Blanken- - His indent home Is In Loulsvlllo. on a business trip to Lexington. A Maxwell dealer is not afraid to look you in the didn't caro anything at all about ship, hero Monduy. staying in Salt Lake City or anywhere face after you have bought the 1920 model, because K.. Y.. Park,, ot Central Cltv. snent In An unusually largo crowd was In li e Mormon laud. Ho just figured he is sure to find a smile of satisfaction there. SuMisses Mabel Foreman and Paul- - last week end here, tho guest of his a fr'.'ow could have better luck at Saturday and Monday. town both Ino White, of Narrows, wero guests ot sisters, Miss Emma Park and Mrs. J. being ruler ot his own household In perb in every way. Complete in every detail. Perfor Prof. Hoy Foreman and A. F. Graham li. Tappan and Mr. Tappan. Ho wont Old Kentucky than he could lu tho Led Hicks leaves Mr. fection made plain in the car line. Let us demonweek, hero to Clear Run and Hoflln land ot multiplicity of ."The better, from Dotrolt, whoro ho expects to accept a and family, last to visit othor relatives for a few days. or major halves &c." position. strate. Rov. and Mrs. W. II. Foroman ro- Ask us about that John Deere l.O.ST KIIHKP REWARD! Miss Lora Rogers, of Kowanco, is turned from Owonsboro, Tuesday, Ono black leg, weight, 200 pounds. her grandfather, Mr. B. M. tor having spent sovornl days visiting FULL POWER hay press. You don't havo to rarry tho hay the 1" tgth of Male sheep. Will pay good roward .their daughter and family. at Beda. Bennett, Hartford, Kentucky. tho stack. Put tho press at the con-to- r to finder, notify. of tho stack, thoreby saving tlmo Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvo Ilelck and J. W. EDMONSON, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Baltzell, Equnllty, Ky. Ct2 formerly of lleavor Dam, aro now Charllo Purely motored over from and labor. J. D. WILLIAMS & 30NS. Owonsboro, Tuesday, and spent tho residents of this plaro. week. his mother, Mrs. J4 M. Evorly. CI2RALVO. day with Airs, Eina 'i nomas. Mrs Odra Allen and little daugk. Miss Bessie Carter has rutttrnol Wo have bought out tho storo of Don't forgot to get your exhibits Mrs. S. T. Hunter, of Hartford, home after spending several days tor havo returned homo after Mr. O. C. Hocker, who has boon In J. C. llor and will cortalnly appro-rlat- o County Fair, ready for the big Ohio mc several (lavs with nor aunt, H all thu business you can turn spent last week with Mr. P L. Wood I with friends and relatives at sorvlco of Unclo Sam since early in August 2S, 29 and 30th. Bryant, ot Island. s, and Broadway. and family. 1917, has recoptly returned to his our way. Wo may mako somo Mr. Dan Klmmol and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klmbley, of Mr. and Mrs. Ulus James and but will gladly corroct them If home near town, from overseas. Wo recelvo tho now Columbia children, ot Matanza, spent Satur- Williams Mines, wero tho guests of Creenvlllo, spout Sunday with, ra wo do. 4t3 as fast as turned out day and Sunday with Mrs. Jamo's his sister, Mrs. J. M. Everly, a few tlvos hero. SIDNEY WILLIAMS, Found Ono pocketbook, on tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mrs. Oscar Ezell, of Graaai dayd last week. mother, Mrs. W. D. Barnard. Istroots of Hartford. Owner may EDWARD DUKE. her vlsted her grandmother, Mrs. J.,1 fiss Myrl Kimmel visited tson, of Echolo has Mr. P. R. Robot it and Miss Martha Lillian Hill has re- havo same by describing Mr. Oluey E Richards in iwtu'lcnt returned to his home after apoidlng cousins Misses Blanch and Willi Evorly, Friday ami Saturday, turned to her home in Centertown, af- pnylnK for this ad. Mr. I.mn Coleman and dau at K. S. U., who has beer. tnkliiK sovcial days with bis daughter, Mrs Kimmel, at Rochester last week J. P. McKINNEY. ter several days visit with Miss Ednn Mr. Luclan Denuls and family, of Mrs. L. A. Kimmel, spent fro summer work there, was hero Tuesday Jolin Yood. Black. Mrs. Dsiir.is' day until Monday, with tb Mr. and Mrs. Curren Rcid and Drakesboro, visited Squire Leslie Combs and M. T night, Mr. Richardson will spond somo and son, Marshal, Likens left hero Monday for Martins- tlmo with his parent, Mr. uml Mrs J children, of Oklahoma, are visiting mother, Mrs. W. D Barnard, mewl ter and sister, Mrs. Bob Mr. II. II. Taylor Buell, who is quite sick. of Loulsvlllo, spent Ja"St weeji end ville, Ind,, where they go to remain II, Richardson, of Cromwell, before relatives hero. Mr. J. II. Kimmel, of Mrs. Vernon Everly and little son Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Everly and returning to Lexington, whero ho bis mother, Mrs. W. II. for two weeks for rheumatic with Mr. Taylor's ot Evansville, arc visiting visited relatives at Mgllenry last spent last week with rh children, a position during vacation. Taylor. ALOIS!' 8 t r t j FOR 1920 Things are being made new and better g, I . nc 1920 MODEL MAXWELL to-da- y I ACTON BROTHERS Dealers . ry r"i miu-tako- Ro-cor- ds SKLICCT. I wSLrPl ft?3 & Jisj? icMfeEssmiisms 9 IIBJ 9 18 cents a package blended choice choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi- nate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. tmir'WWU Is yAci l ill lfeS&&Wffi33$ rf W What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how you do get it in every puff of Camels! low-mildness EXPERTLY of the tobaccos yet taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation! You may smoke them without tiringyour taste! For yur own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. COMPANY. Wintton-S.-Ott- Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO N. C. jftEE3Ss5ISS "CRACKED HEADS." attack on Mrs. Carrell which occurred at the same time. In the latter case the Mexican government has promise.! to do everything possiblo to bring punishment to those responsible for It is said that a "crime so odious." the number of Americans murdered in Mexico In the past eight years tals more than 500 and no reparation Hlb t OMHIIACK. (By J. E. JONES.) Matters havo been drinfting to- wards a race riot In the National Capital for a long time. The prox- iralty to Virginia, where the old "Jim laws are still In force, may have had something to do with it; hag been made in any of these cases, for the difference In the freedom of The Carranza government a short movements of the colored people on time ago confiscated the property of the Washington side of the Potomac a British oil company in Mexico and is is always the source of comment. The now operating It. Property of other colored people aro "ruffled" by the British citizens has been seized and restrictions placed upon them in Vir- -' their rights have been unlawfully and a portion of tho Capital terfered with. Tho British and particularly the whites French governments have been urg-froresidents the Soath. f'ud no end ol fault ing Uncle Sam to do something in because the "color lino" is not drawn j Mexico to assure protection for tho on the street cars and in many public lives and property of foreigners and places where tho negroes mingle to bring about tho payment of nationwith tho whites. al and other debts which aro due in Dining tho war the negroes ac- large measure to bond holders in quired a good deal of property, and Britain and France. 4-- 9 Eome of them bought automobiles and made a considerable show of their 1!.M KXOIJ. riches. At about tho same time big Industry "bootlegging" becamo a Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sandefur and among tho colored people, and great little son, Fred Leslie, of Canton, quantities of bad liquor were stored nhfn wlin lmvo lippn vlsJrinp rplntives among them It needed only a half Jn thJa communlty for tho past fow dozen assaults upon whlto women, tin vs. worp the cnpsts of honor at a and the failure of tho public to locate fnr0.weU arty ,von at tho homo of tho guilty brutes, to touch off tho the,p parentg ,ast Mom,av oven!nB torcl1, They left Tuesday morning, going by The result was that a crowd of Indiana, where most Eoldlers, sailors and marines they wl v,gU for n fow days beforQ of whom were discharged from ser returning to Canton. vice, spent a pleasant evening "smashMiss Sylvia Beck, of Hartford, is ing niggers." Hundreds of young visiting friends 'here, at tho time of boys, homo not more than soventeen this writing. years of ago, were among the white Mr. and Mrs. Newton Cox and chll- rioters who were locked up. At first flron nf finil. T.nn Klnun . nrn vlsltlne these youngsters seemed to think that rolllt,ves near ,, me serious uusiness in wxuen iney Mr. llospon Emlirv. who has been wero engaged was as much fun as'd,gch fnjm th(J returned "chasing tho cows" lho colored homo ,ngt Satlln,ay evidently well prepared people wero recoIve(l hg wm Johngon for tho fray, and "cracked heads" jU8C, re. nd from the a multiplied in numbers on whlto and turneil home uiacK snouuiers aim in mo spuiing ox blood from the assaults of combat- Thrift is tho surest and strongest nnts. fighting occured foundation of an emplro; bo sure, so As some of the within a block of tho White House strong, so necessary, that no nation grounds, it is ovldont that a good can long exist that disregards it. Rosoberry. many people in tho Capital do not bo- Spond wisely, avoid wasto, savo treaty of peace was lievo that the to affect fighting between tho telllgently, invest In Thrift and AVar Savings Stamps, and Success is al- whites and blacks. Theso race riots woro very foolish ready yours. a loan to "War Savings Stamps performances, but they likewise turn- -' Thuy havo Undo Sam, who rotums your money d out to bo very Burlous. Btlrred up a blttornoss between tho at tho end of five years plus four per whites and blacks which will havo cont interest compounded quarterly. A thrifty man is safe from worry. laMlng and unpleasant consoquoncos. Buy wisely, save intelligently and in- vest in Thrift and AVar Savings .MKX1CAX TKOl'MMCS. Stumps. "Extravagance rots character. On Attacks on Foreigners In Muxlco are becoming inoro froquont and inoro the othor hand, tho habit of saving Irritating. Somo tlmo ago a party money, while it htiffonos tho will, al- of American sailors wero fUhlng near "so brightens tho onerglos. If you Tamplco, with the American flag fly- - would bu suro that you aro beginning ing from thoir launch, whou MoMeun right, begin to save." Theodore liumliu nttuekod thorn and robbed Koosovolt. Tho only road to Indopondonco thorn of their personal offocts. An othor recent grlovanco of tho United thrlftlnoes and economy. The power a man puts into saving Statojf agulnbt Muxlco was ths murder of J, AV. Corroll, an American cltUyn monsuroH tho powsr of tho man in ia the Tawplco diitriet, ami n erything he uudQrtuks. ia, m jl-o- nl , Mrs. Henpeck To think once considered you a hero! that Oh, AV. II. Jonci. Clerk Olki Cobb. Pollco Judgu U. P. Kesslngor. 1st Monday In March 11 days Mnrshnl Urant Pollard. Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dnyi Civil. OKI'ICIAL KCIIOOIj TALENDAR. let Monday in July 12 dayti (oinily Hoard Of Edurntloti. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. 8. Howard, S. S. O. C 12 days 3d Monday in Septombor Dlv. No. I J. M. Hoovor, HartItson. Civil. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller nnd son. 1th Mondny in November 12 days ford, Ky. AV. Duff, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. and Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllu Miller am' Com'th. and Civil. Ky. daughter wore the guests of Mr. and Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows.. COUNTV COUUT. Mrs. Stanley Gilstrnp, of McIIenry. Ky. last weok. Moeta first Mondny In each month. Dlv No 4 Robort Qoff, Itoslne. Mr. Goorgo AA'rlght, of Loulsvlllo, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. guest of his sister, was the week-en- d County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Ueav--NMm. Charles Loach. Clerk AV. C. IlIankciiBhlp. or Dam, Ky. Mr. Price Miller spent Saturday Hherlir S. A. Ilratcher. Llndloy, Ccnter- Dlv. No. night and Sunday with friends at McHiierliitoii(lcnt K. S. Howard. town, Ky. IIenry. AA'orth Tlchonor. Jnllcr Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In Mr. and Mrs. John Finley nnd son Tax Commissioner D. E. W'nrd. Fohruary; let Monday In April; lit wero tho guests of Mrs. Flnley's sisSurveyor C. S. Moxley. Mondny in Juno; 1st Mondny in Auters, Mrs. Duvnll nnd Mrs. Crowe Coroner E. P. llodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st of Broadway, last week. Mondny In December. FISCAL COUHT. School opened at this plnco Monday County llonrd of Examiners 1919 with Mr. Lafe Emery, teacher. Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis SandeRev. llarbee preached an Interest- October. ing Acrolein nt tl.o church lu:ro Sunday 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, fur, AV. S. Hill. night. Sunday School is progressing Jan. 24 and 2D Common school Ilouto 3. nicely. examination. Hartford 2ntl District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma Wo were sorry to learn of tho death Heaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. of Miss Minnie Kinkndc, of Horton, 3rl District Q. n. Drown, Simmons. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school and I can truly say as one who knew 4th District G. A Howo, Center-tow- Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. her well "She was good as gold," May 10 and 17 County teachers' was bo kind to all and loved by very nth District AV. C. Daugherty.Dalze-tow(White) Hartford. examination. will be groatly one she met. She Mny, 23 and 24 County lenchera' misled in the church as well as at her fltli District AV. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. home. I wish to extend to her be- 7th District U. P. Illco, Fordsvlllo. Juno, 20 and 21 County and reaved ones my deepest sympathy. 8th District II. C. nhoades, Hartexamination (whlto) It. AV. L. ford, Routo 5. Juno, 27 and 2S County and HAUTFOUU. Constipation Is the starting point state teachers' examination (colored) Mnyor J. E. Benn. many Ecrious diseases. To Le for Hnrtford. Clerk J. A. Howard. hoalthy, keep tho bowels actlvo and Ohio County Institute. July, Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. regular. Horblne will rcninvo all Hartford. Mnrshal E. P. Cosebier. in the bowels and put Sept., 19 and 20 County and the system in prime condition. Prlcn HOCKPOltT. Stato teachers' examination, (white) 10. Sold by Clio County Ding Cou-panCh'm'n. Doard James Wilson. Hnrtford. va Sept 2C and 27 County and State Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jnckaon. eachers' examination (colored) Hart Marshal Will Langford. ford. I Mr. and Mrs. Wnvy Lllcs nnd little daughter, Georgia Lorcttn, of St. Louis, are visiting friends nnd relatives in this nnd adjoining neighbor" hoods. Miss Lorottn Crowder, of Rosluo, spout last weok with her uncle, Messrs. J. N. Stewart and Cicero Crowder. Mrs. Blanche Allan nnd daughter Sibyl and Iono spoilt Saturday night and Sunday with frlonds nt Flint Springs. Mrs. Emma Simmon and daughters, Mrslo nnd Then, of Benvor Dam, aro tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D DIRECTORY CIUCUIT COUKT. JudRc H. V. Slock, Owoniboro, C. E. Smith, Hnrt-forCum'th. Attorney A. C. Torter, MnMvr Commissioner d. Clerk Hartford. Otto C. Mar- ItlMVKIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Uoard AV. T. McICcnnort Clerk R. AV. King. Pollco Judgo J. AV. Coopor. Marshal II. V. Stovens. KORDSVILI.K. tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Keown, Ch'm'n. Hoard Hartford. 20. at C- K n. n. Stato-teacher- s' 7-- 11 y. Mr. Henpeck: I suppose tho thought struck you on the evening I pernnd foolformed tho death-defln- ;; hardy feat of proposing marriage to you. Buffalo Expreess. at -- :jSb -Mi, ?5iU' 7 J..l ,. f"N.' fi riZ ." '.-.-- L j AI'TEli JHXXKK SrUKCIIIXS. Lr -- tJSi-STnf nifis tZTrfi- i &ii r rws S&i Mothers -- WILL YOU. TAKE OUR r -' ii- -. vl-- s: ;S7& i- m - t m use GERMINAL REMEDY ' "We Havo With Us This Evening." "I Deem It A Great Honor." "As I Gaze Into Those Intelligent The strain of modern bus- ow,J fci k.isws3Hk: im 'for A Treslraenl WEAK LUNGS ot Faces." "That Reminds of the " I Me of Tho Story iness life is too much for the nerves. You need a nerve sedative. Try Veranfu& For the Children A Safe, Remedy for Worms Scffntj-flf- ilKtfEaaa i CONSUMPTION A quick relict for that "Make mine a Cremo de Mentl e!" "That Wuz the Tuffcstd.iH'. Steak Ever Et!" "Gee, But I'm Full." "Givo Me tho Check Waiter." - nun Cincinnati Enqurier. CASTO . 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Little Emma Wayup No; I'd rath or' bo looked around at. Rheumatic Affections found Physicians a havo most effective PROPER MEDIUM. f satisfactory agent in remedial and Cashier I hear tho old Man Is Mm Rtnrv nf his life. On an adding BUI Clerk PICK1XU THEM OCT. "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral AVater bottled at tho Spring without any condensing oc fortifying whatever. EYOMst 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Also prescribed by physicians for constipation, indigestion, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affections. Money back if not satisfied. On prescription n irom your or at your druggists'. pny-sicia- "Horo's an applicant for a Cabinet ofllco." "Good!" AVhat qualifications ho lack?" Llfo. doos because it is apparent that it is not duo to cosmetics, paint and powder. But tho true womanly beauty comes from good health, and this good health is a woman's secret. Health comes with good physical machinery and good spirits, an active digestion. A body freo from pains and uches comes with a tonic known for over fifty years as tho best "temperance" tonic and nervine for woman namely, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It can bo obtained in any drug store in liquid or tablet form, or send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Cleansing of lho intestinal tract is important. Take castor oil or select a vegctablo pill. Such a ono is composed of leaves of aloe, root of jalap, and peld made into tiny to bo had at every drug storo lets, aa Dr. Picrco'B Pleasant Pellets. May-appl- e, sugar-coate- ianjiorre. 3w. an iinitmiu. ymail. Tt.l'al1tinTc3.lCntnlJny. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lvditi E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten vrarc A healing wonder for narnl catarrh, tore throat and tore eye Economical. arj geimivvJal rmwrr. Ml vxtiaoitiinAf Do.toc.Mm. or FOR PERSONAL HYGICNE Dissolved in water for douchet stop ix.paij by I J USELIV-VER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ' Economy for tho snko of economy is no doubt mean, but economy for tho sako of independence is right and manly. Sir John Lubbock. . Members of tne AVorknien's Compensation Board of Pennsjlvanla sa that piohibltioi! will rosult In a great reduction in tho number of accidents. ng Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A SJTLO R I A mm Scrags urn ?:? The Devonian Mineral Spring (To, Owensboro, (Incorporated) Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay o9 from work for days by taking calomel keeps yos when pleasant Lie- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyour trou,ln le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take, anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses nys tern ami relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its cllcct and certain in results. It won't bo lonp beforo Liu- - VcLax witl completely displace calomel in evcri home.) Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo cuar. onteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non genuine without tho likeness and signa VUiW V ' Ky. M. M utlM)Ujr. 1UI Hailforil ltopubllcaii, 1.50 per je;w I ., tx. WllXlAJia, . liwUor BU1U UJf r J& FARM DEPARTMENT. of a crop. Hosslmi Tly Now. In most of corn Ualn Needed: LoaRca to tho present winter wliont crop from Hesslnn (ly havo been rnth-e- r bolt to prevent sorious setback to wide spread. Lossea nro report- crop. Kastcrn (shipping conditions ed In tho Shcnnmlonh nnd Ciinihcr-Inn- d Improved nnd thoro woro indications wheat for hotter demand for grain. County valleys. Strnw-fnlle- n duo to this causo was commonly ob- offerings oats only fair; car shortago Increasing with bulk served In Uicro regions whore tho por complaints NorthccntaBO of Infestation hytho Hessian cqulpmont given to whent. fly has very materially Increased thin west mnrkots continue strong reflect-In- g unfavorable crop advances. from tho yenr. Iloports received western half of tho Mississippi llaaln When to Wean Pigs, ill cut o Increased nbundanco of also At the conforonco of swlno extenpost. the Growers of winter wbent should sion workers of United States Deput Into practice at onco measures partment of Agriculture, held readvocated by tho United Stntcs De- cently in Washington, tho question partment of ARrlculturo to avoid loss- of weaning pigs arose. Tho dises to tho 1920 crop by tho Hessian cussion brought out the fact that in fly Thero Is no remedy for this Romo parts of tho country farmers pest when onco It tpkes possession of followed the prnctlco of weaning their pigs at most nil ages from flvo n crop of wheat. Injury can bo kcopliiB tho fly out weeks up. The conclusions reachsololy by of tho wheat. Tho department ex- ed woro that for best results pigs perts sny tho following methods nro should bo allowed to nurso the sow for at least 10 weeks where it Is effective: Do not sow wheat on stubblo It possible to do so. It was decided that It would bo still better to alpossible to avoid doing so. A stubblo low the pigs to wean themselves. nil Infested Plow under and ruined wheat whoro practicable) good suckling sow properly fed soon after harvest, especially whoro should be In a good flow of milk up to this does not Interfere with the grow- tho time tho pigs are at least 10 weeks of age. Without question tho ing of clovor and forago grasses. by mother's milk Is tho best feed posDestroy nil volunteer wheat harrowing, disking, plowing, or oth- sible to obtain for young pigs. Consequently hog growers should take erwise. Plow all land to be sown to winter advantage of this natural feed to the wheat as early nnd deeply ns exist- greatest extent possible. m ing conditions permit and preparo n A Dillons Atlark. pulverized and compactthoroughly When you havo a bilious attack ed seed bed. against a your liver falls to porform it func-.tlon- s. n olsturo Cunsorvo You become constipated The period of drought at seeding time. food you eat ferments In your El- r -best seed procurable. t'so the Tlili InKocp tho soil In good tilth, and, ach Instead of digesting. a, most Important of all, sow winter flames tho stomach and causes o.iu-sevomltlngnnd a terrible headache o period as wheat during tho advised by local farm advisors or Take three of Chamberlain's Tablets Thoy will tone up your liver, clean State experiment stations. Community action In thco meas- 'out your stomach and you will soon They only o bo as well as over again. ures is absolutely essontlal to cost a quarter. in succoss. (Jmiril AKiiltiHt 1 11 t pro-vent- ed ' fly-frccom-plot- INVEST YOUR MONEY Tho Cheap Dollar Put Away Now May Double In Viitue Soon. The saying has como up from tho I 4 dark ages that tho way to make money It to buy cheap and sell dear. As tho Government of tho Unltod States is pointing out to Its citizens one way to do this Is to buy Btandard securities when general prices aro high and hold them for redemption W. S. S. whon prices nro lower. posters urgo Investors to use tho present "low power" dollar to buy government securities and to receive in redemption at a later period "high powor" dollars. Hero l.i how It works: llofore tho wnr you earned, say $3.00 a day. Now you earn, say, $5,00 for doing the same work. But you enn't buy any more with your flvo dollars than you could with your three dollars other prices have gone up In proportion to tho prlco of your SEE US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ' labor. If, some years after the war is over, prices nnd wnges decrease somewhat you may, for example, be earning and spending $4.00 per day. Your War Savings Stamps become duo and tho $83, or the then valuo of nearly 21 days' labor, plus your $17 Interest. In terms of days' lnbor the Government Is giving back four days more than It received from you besides your $1,7 Interest. This changing value of the dollar has mado many persons richer and others poorer without their knowing exactly how it happened. Now is the chance to Join the clnss of thoso who aro going to bo mado richer, and one safe way to Join is by buying the convenient government security tho War Savings stamps. When baby Is suffering tho double affliction of hot weather and bowel disorders, the remedy needed Is McGee's Daby Kllxlr. It reduces the rorrects condition, the feverish stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. Prlco 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Comm pany, BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN stock:. If You - have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. t m Jellies and Jams save butter nnd tasto mighty good any day in tho year. A wise housokoopor has plon-tof thorn In her presorvo closet. y GISTS IIHIGIIT Hartford Printing Company IXCOItrOItATED , wrnr m:w ixvkxtio.n J' ,, Plow Wheat I.aiul Ity August l."i. Stubblo land that is to bo sown to winter wheat should be plowed by tho middle of August. Tho United Slates Dopartmont of Agriculture and State exporlmeut stations havo made many tents. TIioro of tho past yonr corroborate tho oarllor ones. "The earlier the plowing, tho largor tho Limit. G. W. Hlfey, export aeroyield," ha been accoptod doctrine years. Other things being equal, nautic observer, was a passonger. for According to Capt. II. G. Patter-ioIt holds good. in chnrgo of performance computation a AlcOook field, tit's latent P.oM l,a.ers. Young liens Theio are people who have tho development will havo marked effitt right variety of fowls, who house on nerlul navigation, becnuso it will nr.-- i nnd feed them properly, and yet onablo a pilot to fly at full speed early in tho full power above the storm zone. If i who can not obtain orsb c winter because their fowls aro too will also be potent In oasy nonn it pays to flights, and would make old. It Is seldom that keep hena for laying after thoy aro stop trip betweon New York and two and a half yoars old; not that Chicngo. regardless of weather condiIs an atCardui, the woman's thoy will not glvo a. profit, but thnt tions. Tho buper-chnrgtonic, helped Mrs. Wilyounger fowls will glvo a greater tachment consisting of a gas turblnn liam Eversolc, of Hazel r.nd centrifugal compressor rtort !'.(. prollt. exhaurt fowP Patch, Ky. Read what its powor from the red-hshe writes: "I had a gases of tho Liberty motor. It foods Market Xeus ISulletlu. general breaking-dow- n tho compressed air into tho carburesays U. S. Grain Corporation of my health. I was in tor at the same prcssnro as at sea bushels wheat received In bed for weeks, unable to level, so there is no lack of oxygen ond-in- g markets from farms during week 1 get up. had such a of altitude. It was designed July 18 compared with 17,493,-00- 0 by weakness and dizziness, A Mos?, who worked Dr Sanford GIG, 000 previous week and 32, . . . and the pains were on It for eighteen months. samo week 1918. Total stocks of' very severe. A friend f wheat all mills and elevators July to.d me I had tried everyThe Uest Plaster. IS was 53,321,000 busjiels against thing else, why not A piece of flannel dampened with 48,fi98,000 samo date last year. Chamberlain's Llnimont and bound Cardui?.. . . I did, and Production flour for tho week totalled on over tho seat-osoon saw it was helping pain is often more 1,753,000 bnrrols against 1.390.00Q offcctunl for a lamo back than a mc . . . After 12 bottles, 1 am strong and well." previous wcok, 1,590,000 year ago. plaster and does not cost anything Whoat Discounts: Considorablo in- like as much. m quiry has boon received In tho De-k- v TAKE ts partment of Mnrkots regarding CKXTKAL GUOVK. on whoat based on No. 1 red. (Carried over from last wcok.) Tho following nro avorages of tho Little Misses Dora and Ituby Drown discounts taken: No. 2 rud, 3e; No. woro tho guests of llttlo Miss Anna 3 red, 7c; No. 1 red, 10 t. to 17c; No. Dollo Holdor, Sunday. sample red, 4 red, Misses Nelllo and Ilontrice Wallaco Thru-bille- d cash prico in attended tho picnic at Liverniore, SatCorn: storo; No. 3 yellow, ?2.0GV6. Chica- urday. go closo: July $1.95; Sopt. $1.90 Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Stevens, of Doc. ? 1.71 Prontlss, woro tho guests of their son, Tonic cash prlco in Kmerson, Friday night. Oats: Thru-bille- d Chicago storo: No 2 white, 85SGc; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stewart visit-o- il Do you feel weak, dizcloso: July 80ysb; Sopt. Mr. Stowart's, sister, Mrs. Alfred zy, worn-ou- t? Is your Dee. 83 Dorah, Sunday. lack of good health caused Thru-bille- d cash prlco In Haiiey: Mr. and Mrs. W. I, Iglohoart motor-o- d from any of the comto Hopkins county, tho latter part storo: No. 2, $1.37. Chicago closo: Sopt. $1.30; Doc. $142n. plaints so common to of tho weok, returning Sunday. ' Mr. K. K. Stevons loft Sunday for women? Then why not Prlmo heavy stoors, $14-1- Kaw City, Okla., whoro ho will bo Cattlo: give Cardui a trial? It good to cholco butcher steers, engaged at work in tho oil fields. should surely do for you $U-$1modlum to good butcher Mr. Oscar Illshop, of MIddlesboro, what it has done for so to good Ky is lioro visltlrg ralativos $10-$1medium steors, to many thousands of other medium liolfers, $9,50-$10.5Sovornl people from this plnco havo good cows, boon attending the camp meeting at women who suffered it 1C5 lbs. and up, $22.05-$22.7Hogs: Centortown. should belp you .back to 120-16- 0 lbs., $21.G5-$21.7Miss Lois Fulkerson roturncd to health. throw-ou- ts 120 lbs. down, $19.G5-$19.7hor home in Pnducah, Sunday, after Ask some lady friend skips, $18.G0-$19.7among her many a three week's visit and who has taken Cardui. Cholco fat sheop, $7.75-$8.0- friends and relatives hero. Sheep: modiuin to good $3.50-$4.BShe wiU tell you how it cholco spring bucks, $5.00-$5.5helped tier. Try Cardui. seconds, $9.75-$10.0lambs, $15.25-515.5culls and tall ends, $6,50-$All For Infants and Children Crop Kxport Says: Traveled across northern Illinois. Saw 1,000 miles In Use For Over Years i. of corn. Never saw so wonderful a Always bears crop In forty years. Well eared and tho woll ahead in Northwest Iowa and Signature of 3 Oats look Minnesota. two-seator super-chni'Xen, tinns-ocuanl- Dayton, O., Aug. 2. MaJ. U. W. Schroador, army aviator, today set a mow world's speed record for high altitudes, It is claimed, when ho flew at a rate of 137 miles an hour at a height of IS, 400 feet. Ho used .5 l.oporo biplane, designed by Captnln I.opore, of tho Trench army. It was equipped with n twolvo-cyllndr. Liberty motor and a t While tho world is getting back m a peaceful basis, some of our Industries mar get ?long ithout a Prctec-tiv- c Tariff, hut this much Is certtiu a Protective Tariff can do no harm and may do a lot of god later. Wc neglected preparedness mco to o.ir sorrow. Kiiingnam ii" ; Kepuoii- v.-- . can HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ''? JBi lk wBK&tffiojSJSffl Unitd stsrtesDres are 0SC' Tires , gl Sick R Helps P Women ll 11 er ot 00 f dls-coun- wvwi'9 jps&i isapa w'ant . Plain'- - 17-25- c; 15-35- c. The Real Thing Right Through Put United States Tires under your car and you'll find them the real thing. They're built to wear to give you the kind of economical service you want. And that's just what they do. Hundreds of thousands of regular users will vouch for that lots of them right around here. There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. We have exactly the ones for your car. HARTFORD MOTOR CO HARTFORD, KE BEAVER DAM, KI BENNETT & COMPANY BEAVER DAM, COATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) McHJ McHENRY MANUFACTURING & MACHINE COMPANY ROCKPORT, Kl MRS. N. C. ILER (W. G. Her) ,$. l.lw-Stoi-k. ie Woman's ?,. 303&; 5; 2; 1; 0; 5; 5; 5; 5. 0; 0; 0; 0; 8. CASTOR rA 30 Druggists tureo-quarter- &&&& SEEKS PREVENTION OF NEW FLU EPIDEMIC Congress Asked To Appropriate $1,500,00 to Dis-- i cover Source. Washington, August Ji. In order to prevent n recurrence of tho epidemic, of Influenza which canacil 550,-00- 0 r:.- - ,,.- -' .r.--- ; v .. r&Mimi lllllPI MW11 tl . denths In tho United States, Representative Simeon D. Fess of Ohio, has urged upon tho Honso nn appropriation of $1,500,000 to tho Public Health Servlco for an investigation of the causes of the disease and tho methods of Its prevention. In his resolution, which has tho endorsement of the American Medical Association, Dr. Fess narrates that a largo proportion of tho great number of deaths wero produced by pneumonia and other complications, that influenza, pneumonia and allied diienscs now cause approximately h of all deaths In this country, that medical science Is not yet in possession of complete data as to the ennse. modes of transmission, and euro of Influenza, and that therefore the possession of this knowledge is of grave social and economic concern to tho nation. It is therefore urged that to enable tho Public Health Service to discover the causes and prevent tho spread of the disease, and for allotment ot sums to universities, college. aii.l other research work that a million and a half bo appropriated by Congress. It is also urged that tho medical departments of tho army and nnvy join in the search for methods of prevention. "There is no doubt," said Dr. Fess. " hut that this malady will again coxno upon us. If the experience of the.'.ories of maladies that have overrun our country he duplicated, as I fear they will be, we may enpect terrific results In the next year or two from the influenza. They tell mo there is no antitoxin that has yet been discovered to combat It. Dr. Pfeiffor thought he had discovered that it was duo to what was called the influenza bacillus. That theory has been abandoned by the medical world, which, today is much concerned about what it has to meet in the near future. I think it would be wiso and rational for Congress to spend onough money to set in motion machinery, under tho highest medical talent in America, to hunt out under research the origin of this difficulty, together with the application of some romt.'dy that may be discovered. This lis especially necessary in view of the fact that life lnsuiancc statistic show-tha- t during the five years following the last gvippe epidemic tho death rate was 40 per cent above normal." ono-lcntpre-vuntl- ,,? . steiM4v" .' .a-; ;.".-.j...' c ..... t i'i., ;i'TjrcjL ...: u .. .. - .w " ,f" r ..?. -- . j , e . ' . .ir- - i -- ., v. n, f,z, " 'y.v -. - ... ' '. "-.- '- t i - - sj't vpt, " sw iUWe iust mopped ?c:n up'' "Those beys didn't knots) zvhat retreat meant. And, pep! Say, every mother's son charged as tho' he zvas the whole American Army. Itxvaathe proudest moment of my life." More than 32,871,000 tins of Velvet Tobacco were sent to the boys in France enough, if placed end to end, to reach 2340 miles or nearly from New York to Brest. Kow much it helped them, their friendly letters testify. j mm witty smmmmmmJ. mr "mr7mrA mmwgm& ti??JTS u fr safss:3. rMfi.t:it'i'.civ. f t:nH7zgj?!tGir?rxrvYJ S 2.?T.l jCZ . ZZXA l f - F! . tassaggoj i. iirr. 'itwll As&pFfimfi$M$ r Velvet makes friends easily because, like true friendship, it has been allowed to ripen naturally. For two years, Velvet ages in wooden hogsheads, and when it comes out it is just right no kick, no bite, no harshness. You and Velvet begin that friendship now. titter Vffifflii&3BJBSBm&lla ' Wuntcd 4t2p To buy 50 to 75 acres of 7j:,'i&4flA' trvoeo Ctj Roll a Velvet Cigarette. Nature-age- d mildness and smoothness make Velvet "just right" for cigarettes. 45 Cigarettes for 15c. Good farm land. EMMETTE MARTIN, It. 1, Olaton, Ky. RESOLUTIONS. Tlartronl Lodge X. 75, v. -Hartford, Ky. j.s.. & A. M. of --the friendly tobacco What Your Neighbors Say Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly father to call from our nndst an Aognul 3rd., 1919, our Hrother, John 11. Gray, at the age of seventy-save- n years, therefore bo it resolved, that in tho death of Hrother Gray, his family have lost a devoted husband and father and the Lodge a faithful member. Itosolved, that wo, as members of Hartfoid Lodge, No. C75, extend to his family and friends our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to Him who docth all things well. HEolved, that a. copy of those resolution!)- be bprend upon tho record book of thU Lodge, a copy sent to tho family and one to each ot our county papers for publication. A. 11. RILI3Y, O. M. CROWE, A. C. POIITEK. Cominittot' KOT1CK TO TAXl'AY'KKS. While the Juw required ill taxpay OP ers to come to our office and give a complete lUt of all their taxable prop crty, we will for the couvenlonoo of thoo In remote districts, vltilt their ri'apeotlve voting places. n per future advertisement Watch for the tiotlee. D. K. WAHD, Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. o e. IJKWMK 1UM ItALIj 'I'KASI .MAKING A GOOD ItKCOUD Hero is the way wo scored in tho last four gamos ugalnst tho following foams: Jleavor Dam 13, Rockport 8. lioavur Dam 13, Llvermoro G. Uoavor Dam C, Grayson Springs 1. Hoover Dam 0, Llvermoro 2. Tho Rockport gumo was slow and not much pop was shown as Reaver Dam was a little surprised and was wot vory well heeled for a giuno as liouliport oullod up about S P. M. and '7mtod tho game mid we fulled to have our regular lineup, but for all Y. M. C. A. NOTICE. that wo wero a fow too many for them. Hartford, Ky, Aug. 1, 1919. You all have heard loud praise of Tho Doard of Trustees of tho HartLlvermore and her ball team, they had no weak points, but, now believe ford Y. M. C. A. met in tho offico of me, wo hit their weak point, place tho Bank of Hartford pursuant to and everything, their pitching staff, call of the President. Present: R. F. D. Heaver Bam, Ky. Payne and Owens, hit to the four Rowan Holbrook, J. R. Pirtle, E. V. i ? 13 to 6, 'nuff said. Ford and G. II. Likens. August 1, 1919. winds and On motion of G. II. Likens, secondMr. Grayson Springs came down by J. It. Pirtle, it is ordered that Jlessrs. J. D. Williams & Sons, Saturday and made us show just how ed Beaver Dam, Ky. fast wo really are, In fact, we didn't tho fund now in tho hands of tho Gentlemen: care about being rushed but they Treasurer bo disposed of as follows: In reply to your request for my asked us to play about as fast as wo Each subscriber to tho fund collected could so they could go homo on the for tho purpose of paying for tho opinion of the Do Lova Cream Sepatwo o'clock train and wo let them building on Center street in Hartford, rator, advise that I have been using go, and to think that it only took and sold to J. R. Pirtle, bo paid tho the Bo Loval Soparator for tho past amount of his or her original subus ONE IIOUU AND FIKT seven months and think it Is tho very MINUTES to play onolittlo gnmn. scription with intorest thereon frot'i ..n lime the building ro,ind to b.i thing that I havo been needing for fi lM.:i tit rill, nr.innrl thr ..l '" r )' "', A, purposes pro- - somo time for I hnvo made more on wo let 2 of their men do tho samo, U vided tho in tho Treasury Is suf my cows In that length of tlmo make them feol like wo wouldn't than I ficient, and if not sufficient then to mlitroat thorn, you know. mado all of my married life. It Is tho oxtont pro rata that can bo paid Thou wo went to Llvormoro, yoah, out of said funds; less tho necossury loss work and much moro money for Inat ttmn vn nlnval tlinm nnrl lilt 'in. amount to defray expenses of notice I can get all the cream out of tho for IS runs hero Is tho boquot they to said subscribers. milk and If I churn it don't tuko more handed us, "ou all como ovor to Tho Treasurer will notify all sub- than half tho tlmo and tho butter is HOME and bring a real toum with Iscribers whoso addrossos can be as- much nicer nud so firm. I had six you and wo will show you how tho 1)y lottor through tho u s certalned old game Is played." Now you, or Mull, and a return card shall bo writ- gallons of cream and churned 1! pounds of butter. I didn't havo to any one oUe Just ask thorn If wo wont ten or printed on tho envelope conand. if we took n team with us, jiut taining said letter or notico; and in havo a pint bowl but a dish pan to ask them, that's all." C to 2 in favor cvont any such notico is not delivered take it up in. This is tho machine to the money and It is so much of IJoaver Dam. or any subscriber can not bo locatod. make loss work. I wouldn't tako what I Yeah, they oven sout to Calhoun then he shall publish such notico in and got Homo playors but thoy tool: tho Hartford Herald and The Hart- gave for it and bo without my Do Lav Signed (Emanuel Ward.) some of these old healthy swings at ford Republican, nowspapors of gen-or- al. Look for other testimonials In this our wouk armed little pitcher, circulation In Ohio county, for column from your neighbors. Thoy Glendon Stevens, Paymont three consccutlvo wooks. you tho same thing about the I guess some team will get mad at to mo made to said subscribers upon all tell Do Laval, but you don't have to have us somo time and try and see how application made by him or her for other testimonials, the Do Laval will many times they can go around tho such payment. testify for Itself. Lot us put ono in bauos, but wo uro most ready any tlmo ROWAN HOLBROOK, Pies your homo and save that money you to glvo most any team the chunco to J. R. PIRTLE, Secy. 98 per cent of havo beou wasting. see how their running goes. tho creameries of the world use tho Th.no Is times for nil things, 1 FOlt SALE De Laval, WHY? For Sale by could toll yen 'ots about different plays mad 'ty our opponents, gool 1 20 ncros ot land 2 miles from ono, and somo pretty nlco th:t somo Hartford near the graded road, Hai of our boy jm led off, bur I sposo five room house, 8 acres in orchard its the tini'j this tlmo to call TIME. and is well watered. A good stock Any ten m want a game ci'l or wrlto farm. Will be sold at a bargain. Sea, j Beaver Dam, Ky. us. CAL P. KEOWN. cimu. PHONE. .j l ! al ""StKjr naBnnuaMHimHiBmaaaBiIaaaaaoulnallMaaavaIaam Actual 5Uo. 4i x AAAAAAA. --o .mo o o -- o u 23 o j aftftftft sAAftftft5AftdftA? & i ? ? SBJve J C & 0 & Ci Money ..-a 0 i l i i tf? i lJ3 You can save money only while you have money. When old age comes don't be fettered by the folly of your younger days. It is pitable to be old and poor. Bank your money, save your money, and provide against misfortune and the day of old o G & 3? o hh l h hh l J h l 0 G 41 41 43 . 41 ? 0 age. i 0 I 0 41 41 41 i t o 41 41 41 i 41 BANK OF HARTFORD i & & 2- 41 41 41 J. D. Williams & Sons Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Print- ing. Work Delivered Promptly. ;tT HARTFORD, KY. 2S 2T 2T2T STS- J- ET f" o"tv 0 0 & ?! V "'