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The Hartford republican: August 15, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919081501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 15, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Printing. VOL. mt . Kttttfjw$ Bttblicam DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 XXXII. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. Wo. 7 bo sent back, so don't expect or look down to Kentucky, In a car, to visit JOBBERS GET ARMY I FRENCH ACT INSULT tor me until you seo me coming. Have VICTORY SIGHTED Ho bays tho clipping Miss Johnson. SOUTH CARROLLTON no worry about me' becauso r nm ,u from tho Republican Is directly IN TREATY FIGHT 10 U. S, A I VltNNA v,orf.ect co,ntll1tl?n- - l CENTS BACON FOR 30 8en,t,: for his visit to Kentucky, BANK BURGLARIZED to and I can say bit sorry. but Unit lie Isn't tho lenst It Is certainly "some" place. 1 was Mr. McAlester left Snturdny for also nt Versailles when the pcaco going from there to his Louisville, Re-Sol- d To Consumer For Bitter Because Americans treaty was signed. I saw the big pa- - Republican View Of Reser York. Previous to homo In One Of 3 Highwaymen Cap- - entering New army ho wns engaged hlii rado on July the 4th, In Paris. I In Ask That Rumanians vations Appears To Be tho Almost Double That liavo a lot of nice viows of the Capital Others Make turcd tho nows paper business, his father Winning Quit Hungary. Amount City, but will bring them with mo being tho properltor of a string of Escape when I conio home, tho malls aro too weekly newspapers In Now Jorsoy uncertain. Somo day I will bo at Slnco his return from overseas ho has j Washington, Aug. 13 Tho trend, peo- Washington, Aug. 12 Whllo t'jj v Paris, Aug. 12 Tho story of a de- Lome, and when wo aro sitting around .. ........ . ibeun employed by tho Fonlson . . . . tho fireside I will tell you of all of toward agreement on reservations ia wimo men, poony u.,Ku.u, Tiirco ns. n ,,in ,Illr,,1II,imi of nation has been crying for cheaper liberate act of effrontery acalnst tho tho Citizens, ns negroes, entered meats, tho government recently has United States peace commission hero! my experiences and I shall do some tho peace treaty reached tho stage-toda- y tractors In his homo community. Hank of South Cnrrollton, last Monwhere tho group of Republisold millions of pounds of bacon for land of how the Americans "got evon" listening whllo, you tell mo of all that day nt nliout 2 o'clock, I'. M., and af "ila iiuiujuiiuu m uumu ...m ni.u can senators advocating reservations MRS. KILI.IK WILLIAMS. pound to rchandlcrs. Ul has just Dccamc Known. 30 cents a the revolver's point held up tho offi Brig. (Ion. H. H. Bandholtz, tho been away, and I certainly hope that recolvcd assurance which they accepttlmntclv this meat reaches tho con bank, securing cers and robbed tho ed as guaranteeing Democratic as'Mrs. Illlllo Williams died at tho DIII11VI. rIMn tirnuotit rntnll nrlpn nf American member of tho allied mis- - that time will not be long off. ....nv A..VJ jiiwuvii a u.. fB.ww approximately $7,000 In cash, the homo of her son, Dr. W. S. Williams, j8nch moat8 is from 5G to CO cents slon to Budapest, was prevented by I will close, hoping to hear from sent to their program. ' . rreator portion of which, if not all. ,n members of tho tho French from accompanying tho you soon, I am as ever your loving' Word reached Dllrantf 0kln.. Sunday afternoon. !a mln,i. group, it was said, that as soon as vns In gobl, $G,QO0 of coupon bonds j,or roinalns woro mlrlc,i at Jthat placo harg0 quantities of army supplies, other members of the mission to the son, VERNON ALDRIDGE, they could pledge a score of Repubana $ir.,0(h) In registered bonds, tho 0 tho follow,nB ,iato. t wng lcarnC(I t0(iay, w'cro sold to Hungarian capital in the special trahi 291 Co., M. P. C, A. P. O. 717. lican votes for reservations to tho latter of course will not bo lost to tho was also tho mother various vnnrnrns by tho War De- chartered and run by tho French. Mrs. Williams . A. E. F., Tours, France. League ot Nations covenant along the .Miiii-inI'se Special Train. of Dr. J. It. Williams, of Shawnee- - partment beforo a halt was called on o lino recently ngreed on by seven ReTho three men drovo up In nn n - tmv( ju,( wuii wltom sho mado he r unregulated soiling by Congress and At the last moment, General Bandpublican senators, the administration to and after holding tho bank up, t - llomCi was with tho other son, other agencies. holtz was notified thero was no room MINERS WILL STAIIVK AS KESUIjT OF TIEUP forces In the Senate would bo willing tempted to get away In tho auto, hut ,)r w s when taken m( H0Iue Wceks sup for him aboard that train. The AmerIn tho future tho bulk of the to lino up on that basis for ratificafor some reason tho motor worked L,,,, Mrs Williams wns born and plies will go to tho municipalities and icans swallowed tho insul but Imwas rcarc,i j tltla county, where sho had Aug. 13 poorly and but llttlo dlstanco W. Va Charleston, tion of the treaty. consumer by par mediately secured a special train from more directly to tho famicovered before they took to tliolr n iloat f ralntlvos nntl rrlczids. Thero was an intimation also that cel post, nnd there will bo no more the Austrians at Vienna anu with It Thousands of miners and their heels. Marshal Ashboy encountered j surplus In Europe In con- bent the Ficnch train into Budapest. lies In the Logan, Coal River and tho reservations had reason to beselling of the bandits as they were getting wn' s. (Note) It appears from the dis- Cabin Creek fields faco starvation In lieve their ranks oventually would inj, ji. THOMAS formity with tho demands of were sent front tho bank nnd shots offi- the next two or three days and now clude Senator Lodge, chairman of the patch that the BELATED LETTER his way, one of which Inflicted a cials were in Vienna at tho tlmo the actually are suffering privations as Foreign Relations Committee and ReBIr Kill Falls. tho result of tho freight and passen- - publican leader of hto Senate. that disabled him. Tho robI notlco In the. Editor Ilcpulillcan: One of the biggest of tho proposi- mission wa3 decided on, so that t on branch lines of the bers crossed tho river into Ohio coun- curront Ikbuo of the Hartford Herald tions of the War Department to sell blame for tho conduct toward General ;ger tie-u- p Would Insure Ratification. Twenty Republicans, it was declarty, and then back Into Muhlcnburg. that I came In for a list of ridiculo ast stores by competitive bidding Bandholtz lies with French officials Chespcak & Ohio railroad by the nt least nno of them did. whoro ho for n,ivocatlng the road tax for Ohio fnllcd somo time ago becauso the at Vienna, not with tho French gov- shopmen's strike, according to word ed would be enough with tho adminisby coal compa- tration Domocrats to mako up tho was captured Into that evening, ns ho aw...aa... received here y wiimh' prices that were offered by thoso who ernment at Paris.) necessary for ratification. was emerging from a thicket. Tho So bitter Is the French attitude In nies which operate in that section. Personally, I have no Interest in 'wanted largo lots were so small t captured man Is John Wells ,a rosi- - oll,0 county roa,is, i,ut as a citizen tho War Department cancled all of Austria and ' Hungary against tho More than 300 mines have been clos- Tho program on which it is sought of Central City, nnd according tr lf,r tho county ,or most of my lifo I tho bids. jjefore that, however, the Americans becauso of tho American ed down and 30,000 men thrown out to unite theso elements contemplates i,Ig, ,)rM0 i tno progress of !fii...i his confession his two partners In foel demand that tho Rumanians, whom of work by tho strike, reports said. reservations to further protect tho flnion worn ...mini On account of the rough mountain- Monroo doctrine, to Insure domestic leave Day Line tho French support, should nt eighteen Hungary, that every possible obstaclo ous topography of tho country sur- control over domestic questions, to Tho rounding the mine fields it Is impos- amplify the right of withdrawal and Is being placed In their way. .. n mllllnfl treatment of General Bandholtz Is sible to transport foodstuffs by oth- - to fortify the power of Congress to firm a 1. V aa.a. . , - ..... ..... w iyJ ifc Uilltmnrn ..a... ......l.tl.lS. strong, ail are said to bo of good ram- - ,al0 Ul0 monsuro,-an- d this taunt ' - innnds of bacon nt thirty cents a only an Illustration of tho whole con- - er means thnn railroads to feed the decide questions of peace or war uni graco from tno . ,oumj "if3 duct toward Americans by French of- - 125,000 population there. Tlio des- der Article X. 'comes with poor It was declared tho information A largo posse searencu mug "" iiiL.raid, whose chief director enmo Baltimoro firm 44 S,- - f clals In tho former IIap3burg empire. perate situation of the mining To another faithfully for the uncaptured bandits all Ul0 wa). from Washington, to put 000 pounds of bacon. it is said, will bo placed bo that Democrats were in a receptive In tho face of immense difficulties liut so f.tr without results. It Is now somo ..,,0j" j,, tho Cnrroll Campaign, To a Brooklyn firm Two sales. the Americans, being virtually power fore a meeting of striking shopmen mood toward such a proposal did not at Huntington como from Senator Hitchcock, of Neinougiu uio men nuvo buctuuih-- "'only to loso tho county uy a Dig ma-',was 44S.O0O pounds of bacon less In that "sphere of Influence" eluding capture, for tho present. braska, tho administration leader, but j uciicvo 10 also vroto a let- - whlch brought S7C4.DG0; tho other have taken tho situation ns good from a sourco considered entirely tcctlvcs have bcon on tho grounds tor rrom Washington telling tho iwas 2.243,000 pounds which brought LOUISVILLE MARKETS'. as they could, swallowing . for some tlmo, nnd ns the two escaped. i)omocratg no,v to vot0 j the Gov- - 7i:i"siin (about 30 cents a pound.) many an Insult and trying to work for authoritative. The Nebraska sena,.,,,.., rnlibern aro well known their cap- - (a.iu. . av.t. Hogs opened a quarter lower than tor himself denied that he hid taken Tho original idea of the War De - harmony. ture ougni to no a nuuiur oi omj- u I It would appear that Gabo and "partment was that large quantities of Because of Its diplomatic delicacy, the day before, but regained 10 cents part in any such negotiation and said fnw ilnvs nt the most. his advocacy of' unreserved ratificajjohn Henry had small Influence with surplus should not bo put on tho mar- - no mention is made of the Bandholtz of the loss. The holdup was nicely planned ..y'nhlo couiitv voters. Best 1G5 pounds and tion remained unaltered. Mr. Lodge Quotations ket at any ono timo berauso .such a ncldent In official quarters. Noi are tho three, ncciirdlng to Well's story, However, tho personal equation is policy In tho up $22.40; 120 to 165 pounds $21.40; also denied that he had given absent would disturb the market. tho 'Americans complaining. in Cincinnati, Ohio, somo timo ago 'to mo ,nore amusing than offensive. Larr;e quantities, however, h.ivo been ctfort to accomplish something con- pigs 120 pounds down $19.40; throw-out- s t.i the proposed reservations Spci'tls Up Program. Tho Carrollton bank being selected l)ut jt js the Herald's attack on Ohio recently offered th ugh agencies, of crete in the face of tho strong oppo $18.75 down. bccaiiMj each of tho three were Meantime, however, at a meeting Cattle Prime heavy steers, $15 I'UUIllV D fiscal officials that calls for municipalities and the Post office De- sition, they aro willing to aland al . This partment direct to tho consumer and most 15; of the Foreign Relations Committee, lar with tho bank and . surrounding i tilu eVcrest condemnation. 1G; heavy shipping steers, $14 . . .. .. . mc country, ... uurguir)' iuu, m story, to wnicn u give3 tho effect h..s :efii that tho market medium. $1214; light, $1112; Senator Hitchcock gave notice that unless the committee completed withpetrated under Ideal conditions, currency, Is wholly Inexcusable. was in fact disturbed. It had, ac- See the new finished MAJESTIC fat heifers, $9 12; fat cows, $8 Thero was a big show In Central uty jt ls wollknown to Ohio county t0 the War Department state range sanitary, easy to keep clean, 11; medium, $7 9; canners nnd cut out undue delay its consideration of on that day nnd almost everyone who ,,i0 that tho Herald, whoso chief ui- - ,lient of yesterday, the effect of caus-w- economical, and a oeauty. Call at tors, $5.507; bulls. $7 9; feed the treaty, some independent action was, of rccl0r boasts of being a partisan, op- - ,ng retaners to lower their prices, ongaged expected on tho floor of not busily our store this week and let tho facto- ers, ?911.50; stockors, $7.5010.- - might bo , courso, attending tho show, as Control posed the road tnx becauso tho fiscal j In the suggestions for speedy explain to you the 75; milch cows, v50115. ry representative . ... .. . . .. .. . ine 11. .. n l.n inruo .Mm I'lty is oiny II.... iiiuc-- num n.u otilciais WHO wouiu uireci a. uis- - cAiill'UKMAAh xiiiui.i. iii Calves Best veals, $1C 016.50; action Chairman Lodge concurred, advantage of tho range with a repurobbery. 'position of tho tax monoy If voted, nro sceno of tho SICJUT OF PACIFIC FLEE medium to good, $9 12; common, nnd the upshot of a heated discussion tation. was an announcement that tho comE. P. BARNES & BRO., $6S. fully protects tho iackwoodH Journalism tho Hcraltl's ThousInsurnnco which Los Angeles, Cal., Aug 10. Sheep nnd Lambs Cholco lambs, mittee would begin tomorrow the Dam, Ky. Beaver of proposed amend Intorcst of stockholders nnd depoai- - opposition to tho road tax puts it In ands of residents of Los Angeles and $15.50; seconds, $9; culls, $7. Best consideration y uo ments. tors. Ho material loss win class by itself. shoep, $S; bucks, $5.50 down. other nearby towns and cities GETS MRS. JULIA ALimiDGE mnmnninlnn, tor tho first tlmo saw or trod on tho eifitnnfl In nnv imlroii nf tho hntlk. CX Although Senator Hitchcock said vnTL' Tl Corn on car, shelled, $2.18; corn LETTER FROM SOX OVERSEAS copt, however, owners of somo of tho tjon was received Just beforo going decks of an American dreadnought no definite plan for Independent Sou- in ear, $2.23. ato action had been 'formulated. It ia unregistered bonds, who may hno to press with our last issue, but too when they visited this port, whoro Oats 89 to 91 cents. Tours, Franco July 14, 1919. 40; No's. known that tho possibility of taking J left them with tho bank morely as a iato to publish. tho Pnclflc fleet arrived yesterday. No. 1 timothy hay, $39 As I have not heard Mother: Dear ' mn matter of convenience, may sustain Other thousands gathered in Exposi from you will again write you. Have 3 and 2, $35 038. Clovor mixed $33 tho treaty away from tho committee lXFOHMAI. DA.N'CK. and bringing It to a vote has been disto tho extent of tho amount of an address by Sec written to you often, directly nnd losses tion Park to hear 36. Wheat and oat straw, retary of tho Navy Daniels. their bonds stolen. Of this matter, Poultry Hens, 25c; springers, 30 cussed Informally In many conferthrough my frlerid Mrs. A. A. Bnblltz, Collins was Miss Hose Ethlyn senators. Both the tho, wo aro not advised. "To tho west coast," said Mr. Dan-iel- but It seems I can't reach you either 31 cents; old roosters, 13c; ducks, ences among ovoning at nn Informal sighostess Friday Domocrats and tho reservation Re"tho coming of tho fleet ls 20c; turkeys, 25c. way. dnnco given at her homo, in honor of nificant because it has como, not for ACQUAINTANCE PltOM AFAIt, Butter Country, 37c; creamery. publicans havo bcon insistent that I am stationed at Tours, France, WATEU-SOAKE- l) PAPEIt her guests, Misses Loulso Maddox, of a day, but forever. It will bo a per UY public sentiment demanded disposi54c. iMclIenry and Boatrlco Griffin, of manent defonso against any posslblo and as usual am having a fine time. tion ot the treaty without delay. 39 40c. Eggs Candled, I had good luck nil through tho war, Beginning of End. m Mr. Spencer II. McAlester, of New.Malnstco, Mich. An enjoyable oven-Yor- k aggression from any foreign foe." big drives nnd wont through three stnto, and Miss Dowoy Johnson,1 ing was spent by nil present and do-- a Among many senators tho day's deLater enlisted men of tho fleet wero came out without a scratch, and, now SHOOTING AFFRAY ENDS young college girl, of near town, llghtful refreshments served to tho guosts at a rodeo with Douglas FairWITH FIXES IX COURT velopments wore interpreted as markI do as I I am a military policeman. ing the beginning of tho end ot the beenmo acquainted In n quaint and following couples nnd guosts: and Will Rogors In charge. did when In tho Infantry, ride everybanks 1. Louise Maddox, McHenry nnd For two hours they wero thrilled by very Interesting way. Birch, Claud and Frank Chlnn, long treaty fight. This predlctloa war was over where I go. After tho got them- - was by no means unanimous, howov-e- r. In tho onrly summer of 1918 tho .victor Willis, Benver Dim. "wild west" foals. we "hiked" for 14 dnys. straight, of. colored, of Beaver Dam, ot scrapo Boatrlco Griffin, Mnlnsteo. Mich, Republican published an article, tell Some Republican members i. wo wore nearly worn out. but .selves mixed. up in a shooting course To got a handsomo set of kitchen-war- e, ing of tho exploits of Miss Johnson rnd Yowoll Baugh, Now York, N. Y. Dam n few days ago that the committee believe they should was all over, iu Beaver absolutely freo If you buy a MA folt llko boys when It Pato, Hartford, and team nnd plow. 3. Martha with tho pitch-forwar resulted In a fine of $50.00 for each, huve more information before they range noxt week, ls nn of for You may wonder what effect this conn-m- o act, nnd two of them, Senators Joha- JESTIC and commended her energy nnd pluck Blrkhead Barnes. Beaver Dam. It has made Warrants wore sworn out before Visit our spec- has had on me. Well, 4 Maiy W. Collins, Hartford and worth Investigating. filling tho shoes of a man called was mado boii, of California, and Borah, of Ida in about ten yours older than I roal- - ty Judgo Cook, but return ial demonstration during tho wook away by tho draft. Court, ho, wrote a letter to Chairman Lodge Arthur G. Butler, Beaver Dam. lyam. I havo seen and learned a lot In tho Beaver Dam Police r,. Edna Black. el Hartford, and commencing August IS, and wo wlU today asking that General Bliss, This artlclo was clipped and ro assessod. tilings since I Joined tho army.jwhero the tines wore show you this fine ware which ls nn of House ind othors connected with nroduccd In Tho Paris Edition of the Frank Barnes. Beaver Dam. andj " I havo seen and dealt with lots L gift. u. Itoso E. Collins, Hartford, and Chicago Tribune, which paper found OUTING the Versailles negotiations be asked lots of people, but have kept myself RETURXEI) FROM MOTOR E. P. BARNES & BRO. to appear botoro tho committee. its way Into tho muddy trenchos anrt.i.osllo Stevens, Beaver Dam. clean nnd clear of all contamination. Beaver Dam, Ky. Messrs Addison Howard, Edward inii. Hut hands of Air. McAlester. At Tho general expectation was, howYou may perhaps wonder If I hav. i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith and theiri .. . ... mm that tlmo McAlester was In tho front Duke, James Glenn and Raymond MA1UUAGE LICENSES Yes, niece, Miss Ktnei uiniuey, murium ever, that the committee would not been glad that I volunteered. change its plan to proceed to a decilino trenches on tho Lorralno sector. Follx, of Hartford. Monday from a tew days visit to SINCE LAST KEPOItT I am proud of tho tact, proud that X. muddy and half Tho trenches woro Kontuc- - mond Springs, Mammoth Cave, Tho sion on the reaty, and that outsldo In Company H, 3rd., filled with water and tho paper enmo TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY Memorial, nnd Louisville, the committee events might shape up Vnstnr Ktnlnmonth. Little Bond, to ky. on tho night of Juno 22, 1916. I Lincoln unreadable, even more rapidly. After they heard floating to him, almost seeing service In They motored to theso points nnd Tho Government has authorized .Nona Bensloy, Route 4, Beaver Dam. had no Idea of over along the Dixie from the Domocrats today the reserliut lie had not seen a papor or letter at the time, but when I was'or points ot Interest wency, uunirow, iu Clarence - .... .,,nnh mill hn and his tho snlo of TWO BILLION DOLLARS vation Republicans began a pull to called out tho second tlmo nnd sent Highway, j worth of War Savings Stamps, Christina Daugherty, Ronfrow. ascertain Just how many ot their parbuddies succeeded In drying tho paper Monroo Loo, Jr., Route 2, Hartford to Hattleshurg. Miss., I said then, ty they could count on In their nego enough to onablo them to road It. j Let mo take this means of asking JXO. W. TINSLEY WEDS. 1 would seo a llttlo of this war. 2, that tiations. An early adjournment ot .v was In this papor that ho read or. mat you practice inrui uuu duyiuks to Mary Bello Schroader, Route It So I waited until I had a chanco and you .Hartford Miss Johnson and her farmorotte cos- - I systematically to the end that Jno. W. Tlnsloy, formerly of Gas tho Senate Interrupted the move.. duty overseas. My I Hartford, to volunteored tor Mnrko E. Jacobs. tumo, and when he was sont back of purchase theso small Government on July 27th to Miss but within a day or two they ex-2, opportunity camo when our Captain por, was married wrote to her and sent securities each wee'. Make ono day Gwendoline Hope udgor, Route Rochester, pect to have a more detiuite idea tho lines, ho lined the men up and asked all who Ostla Cooper, of near -the clipping, telling her how it fell your weekly Thrift day, If no other Hartford. Burden, Route 2, Narrows, wanted to go to France, to step out They drove to Springfield, Tenn., their strength. Alonzo day suits you better, make Saturday ceremony was performed by Into his hands. to Eunice Miller, Route 1, Hartford. ot the Hue and I was with those who and the MU3 Verna Duke ls at Buffalo, They corresponded during the re- - the weekly Thrift day. Hooten. of the Baptist church. Very truly yours, Leslie Nelson, Route 2, Hartford, were first to walk out. The bos aroiRov. Hart- - Y , where ?he intends to remain malnder of tho war and when McAlou-te- r belnK sent home as fast as possible, They will make their home at to Vernle May Wright, Route 1, JAMES B. BROWN, ttveral mouths. camo to tho states and was dis'but doa't have any idea when I w'll ford. Russellville Messenger. State Director of Kentucky. from tho service, ho rambled charged j , -j ' i,t ! .m. n, Con-gras- alllcd-Amerlc- d to-da- two-thir- .. n J ... com-munitl- m De-Jort- ly r ,,. - ..... a'ly-.U'ng- i as tho-Senat- a ... , .......... "n I to-da- AfAo-ntnt- ' $78. k, Col-ou- out-and-o- ut ... Dln-enllst- ed o, said, have refused to Join tho unions LIKE GERMAN STYLE nnd weight and two shoes Hhall ho furnished by each contestant. when tho whlto ompioyes reported Iliilo 9. In for work early In tho day they do- games, Suggest Mints To l S. partnors shall have the right to coach ARMY OF 10,000 mnnded that the Stnto troops nnd MO lice guards, which had been station-- J each other. Spectators or players lltislucss Men, aro forbidden to coach n pltchor or cd at every plant when the negroes , In any manner Interfere. Applnuso returned yesterday, bo Immediately Besvatiful Girl Discovered In withdrawn. Koth tho city nuihorl- - Ulo Do Janeiro, llrnzll, July IB. Is not Interference. else tho Brazilians may ties and tho packers declined to Rulo 10, Tho game shall consist Wild Southern of tho Gcrmnn, thoy hnve n of 21 points. cede to this demand. Tho men walk-thin- k Russia liking for tho business mcth-orcd out quietly. It Is said that Rulo 11. A team match shall conn ods of the Gorman representatives sist of ono game. Tho losing team thousands of tho negro I i formerly In llrnzll. Pattern after Is ollmlnntcd and tho team winning workmen remained nt their posts. mtocrt "Welles Ultclilo In was practically no trading In ,tho German If you would bo success-livestoc- k tho most gomes, shnll bo declared There 3jolsrJllo Herald. Even boforo ful In denllng with the Rrnzlllnn tho wlnnor of tho contest. here Lnndon, Auk. !Uh. She's tall, the beginning of tho strike In tho morchnntts, Is tho ndvlco Urazlllans Rule 12. An Individual match molded, with competent span stockyard establishments, the buyers iglvo to North Americans seeking to shall consist of ono game. Tho loser nt srAivlders and the depth of bosom awaiting developments as to tho la- - establish commercial connections held Is ellmlnntcd and tho player winning .ind fonnrnn curve of hips that mark lior situation. Business was further by European business houses before tho most games, shnll be declared tho th& primitive woman destined to ho hampered by the uncertainty of ship- - tho war. winner of the contest. ,:. Jn.rt,rMH 4.i v1,'.1" ,Mi'irV a sctbtu-o- f men. Her eyes arc blue ers as to whether any railroad outlet It Is not from a desire to criticize, Rulo 13. Tho refereo shnll draw IFWurJFXfl ill i5wYTCTTP as thr Caspian ruffled by wind and for purchases hero would bo avall- - but moro from a spirit of sympathy teams and shall show order on card and helpfulness that Urazlllans of-- 1 kept by tho scorers. When there tho Jiir of the great masses of hnlr auic glnto troops wore withdrawn from for this advice. shb warr colled under an Astrakhan .iro an odd number of teams or piastcap, is crndo Bold. This Is the dc- - tn0 plants and mobilized In Dexter Ono local mcrchnnt says the fier- - ers, tho team or player drawing "bye" ! Col. Manusha Nlklfrovna, Pavlllon, near tho entranco of eaririShJXi the man devoted all his efforts to pleasing shall wait until start of second run tho sirJ commander of tho anarchistic stockyards, to be held for emergency 'tho customer. He learned tho native In public matches, pin) era must wear Dr. duty. More than 1,000 policemen language, catered to tho likes, whims numbers In plain view. rapvblfc- - of llcrdlansk, which XrnmiitU'd, a Danish physician gives 'nnu Deputy Sheriffs remained on dut and eccentricities of the buyer. He Scoring Rules. ipcM !)! return to Copenhagen. idld not try to convince tho customer in Hip various plants. With Dclco-Lig- ht installed you can have electric Rule 1. The closest shoe to tho The Danish doctor met this Cau-cnl- ji While the thousands of white em- - that he did not know his business or peg. shnll count one point. It both lights permanently located in your house, barn or In commnnd of her ployes were walking out, a large that the people did not know the Klrl colonel shoes are closer than either of the away off In a llttlo Island of number of negro men and women ap- - styles. Instead he ordered from other buildings bright, safe light, just where you opponents, illey shall two count by the uncharted Utopia bounded jropo exactly what the merchant re- points'. for employment. want it, instantly controlled by pressing a convenWhen throe shoes art cqu.il in somewhere immm cf Bolshevism Offlccrs of tho Stockyards Labor quested, and when the shipment ar- distance or touch the peg, tho slilaj ient button. Russia. SotaaBtorn Councll snld that about 12,000 no- -' rived he was on hand to sec that It having two of the shoes shall score grocs have been employed by the dlf was right or to make it satisfactory. Imagination. 7lctnre Fires one point. If both contestants: have Delco-Lig- ht In contrast to this tho Brazilian Tkt incnire bo brings back of this fercnt packers In Chicago and that one shoe each equal distance from of this numler ",000 are union iren, merchants tell of many North Amerig Amazon with tho the peg or against the peg, th"y aro hair, herself directing tho who walked out with the white work- cans trying to sell them something tied nnd tne ono having the next You can have electric power to run many apthey do not want, trying to convince clofcost han'Iiin of machlno guns at drill and ers. shoo shall scoro one point. pliances formerly operated by hand, such as the deRepresentatives of the packers the Brazilian that he does not know corrtctlng one of her under offlcors Rule 2. A shnll count litres washing machine, churn, separator, grindstone, etc. y that the police on duy his own market, or even taking his points. The leaner vnjaea he mnde an Incorrect pass In clared peg must support the sending something enAn electric operated water system will automatmxopHfylng the deadly code of the In tho stockyards were assigned to order and then shoo, none of tho shoe remaining flat ically pump and carry the water to the house and bajronttf, is ono to fire the imagination duty by tho city authorities to pro-ve- tirely different. The story is told of in the ground. raco riots and that they were one Brazilian ordering n number of will save countless steps. You can have, of tho tale writer. barn. Rulo 3. A scratch ringer is n shoe .way. black horses from North America and powerless to rder tho "Slfcior Manusha" she is to all her that is made to circle tho peg by being if you wish, the great comfort and convenience of n 'receiving all white. oo Miers and to the strange citizens of bathroom. Generally tho Brazilians aro sym- - struck b another shoe or In any othBents the 1W Trap Kvcr thi republic without laws. She "Hut-Sna- p 'imMinMi- - fnu'nnl tho Inrnmltifr TCnrth er manner than by n perfect pitch There are no lamps to be cleaned and trimmed Mnde," Mr. Kmily Shaw Sajs. ftpeXr English and French; she cats (nil shall count three points "My husband bought a $2 trap. I Americans. But if they aro coming daily. Delco-Lig- ht benefits every member of the ulaet bread with tho soldiers at mess Rule 4. A ringer Is a shoe that 5s Thejlnlo the field to stay it is felt they hour and plays Grieg's "Anitra's bought a 50c box of family, every day in the year. thrown from the pltohor's hnml so as accord-SNA- P with swift and sure fingers trap only caught 3 rats but RAT- - should learn to play tho game to form a comploio circle of the peg to local rules please the man killed 12 In a week. I'm nor-lin- g Delco-Lig- ht after aig.vfall and when tho flickerwhen it strikes the ground and counts Reckon I who Is doing the buying and who in ing light from a single candle casts or without five point. If n straight stick couldn't raise chickens without It." turn must please the people In order tou-hst sJwuJowk on the keyboard of an the peg. when plnued acrosi P With electric light and power saving time each comes In cakes. Three to dispose of his goods. quarters. piano in her officers' tho points of i lie shoo, It shall not 1 AA QnM rrt kfind aUna OR -n , ,. day, more productive work can be done. Work at w, WWW, V.uv. UU.l ...IV. O...V.J, l Garbed A Man When you buy a range that lias luumasauuiiui. grab of a man rough guaranteed by J. P. Casebler, Acton A Rlrlin-thnight is made easy. Tasks can be done rapidly with KuIl fc uuue, Taylor's Provcu nseu io lie me uesi, your inon- - highest 5 'two perfect ringers Is the boot to her knees and belted bluo'"s. Williams scoro and shall count ten ey has been well invested. 'I lie MA convenient eiecinc ngnis lurning nignc mio uay. tBie buttoned to her full, round !rug Store and Walker Myrtle, m JESTIC DEMONSTRATOR will, dur- points. If one si.le gets two ringer1! thraal. candle light glinting from tho Delco-Lig- ht ing the week commencing August IS, and the other bide but one. tho side MORE BIRTHS THAN DEATHS sMvar inslgna on her shoulders, from ishow you why tho MAJESTIC Is the having two ringers shall count fl"-- ' th low wave of raw gold dropping If one side snail have a perbest, and why It actually saves you pohits Electric lights are safe. There arc no lamps or ever her forehead, flying hands that ' Births exceeded deaths in 20 states money. fect ringer and the other side a d 1917 by 74.4 per cent XMt like pale bats up and down the jdurlng lanterns to overturn. There is no flame to start a scrntcn rlnrer tKo side having the E. P. BARNES & BRO.. ranks of keys Ah, thoiill to statistics. In these states tho fire. pci feet ringer will count two points Beaver Dam, Ky. birth rate was estimated at over 24 doctor brings back a picture If one contestant ali'.uld have a leanfor every thousand of population and Land of Iron iho Never-Ncver and the other a scratch ringer, tho Delco-Lig- ht THE GOOD SPORT OK the death rate at about 14. During HORSESHOE PITCHING one having tho next closest shoe, shall Haw "Sister Manusha ' became a the year 14,394 pairs of twins and score one point. If each contestant Delco-Lig- ht quickly pays for itself through savwwrior, how a colonel, Dr. Broend-st- S 155 sets of triplets were born. Tho "Nearly everyone would say that rlmiild have a perfect ringer, noither does not know She Is not a total number of children born was ing time and labor. Its upkeep cost is low. It is tho great American game is baseball, counts, but the player having tho next wo.nn of the peasant class, he says; economical in operation. When run on kerosense it but there Is a game which Is more closest shoo shall score one point. stun (.1 hi n k higher and less earthly u,e "u"rls "l uu'-kno- If one contestant should have two ro0lei1 will give practically four times the amount of light Mrs. Black says that she does not ueI" thaa lhai. Of kin she has none; of We hire our hasi.hr.l leanors or two scratch ringers or a how she has cot alone so lone' American. per gallon of kerosene as lamps or lanterns. h73. ti plenty, but tho colonel simpl;' without the MAJESTIC. She Is de-- ! nlayetl for us uut wo llltcn ot" t'Wn scratch ringer and a leaner, and tho flashes at these latter a challenging lighted othor a Perfect ringer, the one hav with It. If you' are dissatis "or8 shoes- Delco-Lig- ht Khucr from her mocking eyes, and fled ls arcciy a groin, ji mnn ing two .scratch ringers or leaucr.s your present range come to with RtrWuv on her way with a heart free '''l';,v shall score one point. flml a little ,elsurc " the SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION nx, a j;u 1L It is unnecessary to buy new motorized equipRule 'J. Tho referee shall bo fursuiiMrt h.n vho h'tcrnoon or during tho week commencing August An Aimiflilst Rut MA.!W, at once Bet out thc,r "rscshoes nished with i frUr. lard rulo and shall ment in order to use Delco-Ligh- t. ISth. and the exnert from the Sill's nn anarchist, yes, because as j JESTIC factory will toll you why thoan1 l)l!," as lo"B as tne' cau si0''' measure from the nearest point of Hit The Delco-Lig- ht Power Stand is a portable elecshe My.", her pcoplo have tried every MAJESTIC gives genuine satisfaction savs JIr- - Frank Uanckes. V. P. Amorl- - uhoe to tho iipprcpt point of the p. g tric motor that will operate any make of churn, septnrm of government since the revoMany a tlmi referee to decide all questions of discan Steel & Wire Co. E. P. BARNES & BRO. arator or other appliance. It is attached by means lution and havo discovered they can :even tho dinner bell cannot b oak pute and his decision to bo final. If Beaver Dairi, Ky. of pulleys that are adjustable to any shaft and which li7 happiest with no government at at any time In tho Judgment of tho up an exciting game. ".Kathiir" Makhno. ,i clever peas-JUi- i. a..i will operate at the proper speed. "In almost every county, farmer-- ; referee the ground is too badly A Bilious Attack. noys the position of dictation When you havo a bilious attack clubs aro in process of organization chopped up, the earth must bo replacth atone will admit he'.s moro than your liver falls to perform 1U tunc-- ! but there Is grave danger that lliey ed and tramped down boforo resuma "ijilfcer" over the million and more tions. You becoino constipated. The will take themselves too scrleinly, ing the game. OHIO COUNTY USERS Hn)t ttl the republic. The army of food you eat ferments In your ft r - 'therefore I wish to urge that whoever In order to add to tho Interest lO.ODIi it used not to spread the anar-fc- jr ach Instead of digesting. public mutches, tho American This in- - has tho matter In charge will uarao a if Hiee fJKO. A. ItAltN'KS doctrine nor to plunder neigh-h- , flameB tho stomach and causes n hi- - committee of Wiro Company. Chicago, will nnd ny nl Steel .1. A. ('AUmT.Mj but just to warn away aggros- - ssa. vomiting and a terrible headache means mako pitching horsp'ioos the arrange to ylvv new noraot-hoein auv liKOXAUU KAXIUUi wolght, as prizes to tho winning team, Tako three of Chamberlain's Tablets official game of nil meetings lierdlmiBl; litis found one upot of They will tone up your llvor, clean m the conditions undor begin any time '.Vilte tin "Eliminations can in the gloom that nhiouds out your stomach and you will soon and tho local 'champcon' qualified to which the match Is to bo conductor Rusrfa and is contented to remain he as well ns ever again. Thoy only pitch In the sonil-flnaot tho school nnd they will make you a suitable ofihccr vhlle the clash of witr din on co-i- t a quarter. district and township and to entor tho fer of prizes. Thoy roHorvo tho right )) hide. a fido pubtournament to ha hold at the county to glvo prlzea only Str-Incorporated. fair In tho raco tracks in front of tho lic lualcheH. ' ween yon yawn it good deal In the grandstand whoro each team may v ntc, feel dull, achey ond want tj Tho offer of a set of kltchenware BEAVER DAM, KY. Agent have its motors. tr h frequently It Is an un.nistaku- "In order that tho game may be FREE to every purchaser of a MA URN Na mptoni of inalarlu. and unless scored uniformly, wo will furnish a JESTIC durliiK domoiiHtratlou week Is ,. to norne th lug at once you nr It Is an gift to r ;'cr'r.;r -- y!n which '0onU! b g?Ti!no. 1 lor u vpell of chilU. I'M) HjiU..i., .toiloweil, beeiuiM thi uroat upon will very puichauer of a MAJESTIC i ill medicine that will prevent the overtoiling tar out of tho Huns N K WS I A l'KIl VI K WS I This Woman Recommends undoubtedly take on a national nipoot range and tho price of thin rango with II and put them whert they couldn't do the dlseaso. It driven out when the couuty cliampionu are (U- ii luiiuiniiini rbiiuiiMH me same, ace j Lydia E. FinkKam's Vege- ncovered. any damage? tho Cbarlostou N'owa and Courlur irttles on which the malarial thli demonstration during the week table Compound He commencing AtiKitst ISth at our store. Sergonnt York Is bettor known til- lve, strengthens the liver Home Shoo Tournament Rules. UD Ifonton Herald The illicit still Is still Price Go iendy than most of the nmjor-gone- rE. P. UARNE8 & I1RO. k"h the boweU. Rule 1. Standard dlatance shall Personal Experience. J?fI, e Ohio Couuty Drug Com- alls, just as Surgoaut Jasper waa be- - illicit. Iloavor Dam, Ky. be 33 and ono half feet between the p.ir a foro him. Melan, Neb. "I wont to racom- - l,e8 -I St. To Improve Your Digestion. Louis Rule 2. Tho ground shall be M mend Lyuia E. I'iii'.;liams Veg-ub- lo Tho OUKKHHOl'T Toledo Rladtj Mr. Wilson wna distillers would do well to invest what Lompounu to an near level as posulble and no holes H ll . .'.. m H.I, womm who Bu'ter shall be made about the pegs other have left In government bonda AT I'.M'IUNU PiaXTS "Kor yours my digestion waa so moro fortunate thun some of the from any functional poor that I could only oat the lightest , turning soldiers, He found his jobllustead of In lawaulta. caused In actual contest. duturbancc, aa U than I .to, An 8 Decision to recall has done mo more The poK shall be made of foods. A tiled overythlng that I waiting for him. '"! Philadelphia Public Lodger Tho tfcr oops from the htool; y:irdh and rood than all the .wood, shall be round and not ma uoarti oi io gee renti, nut not until doctor's medicine. t .. .wo met in lont'tli ( a broomstick about a year ago when I saw Chnm- Indianapolis Star "Tlio deeldorn- - returning warrior seoms to llko best r J district here, whoju presence was Since taklnj? it I ;e vl the causes aUrgtd lor the genhave a fine healthy mike, a good ono). It shall bo drlv-o- n berlaln's Tablets ndvei Used and got a' turn of things nrtUtlo," miisud tho the pnrnde that lends to his own front eral stock yardri strike, was uiuiouik-- c baby mt and havo straight up and down. The height bottle of them did I find tho right 'guy with tho tomporamont, "would door. gained in health and ot the peg shall bo olght Inches above treatment. Slnco taking them my ,. a wedding between tho girl on tho t& afUrnoan. strength. T.!y husSavannah Nows If thoro were 30 gostlon In fine." Mrs. Ulaucho Row- - front pago of a current maguzlno and b'loiuul. band and I both A general strike of 33.000 employ-- ; m'tho fellow on tho collar ndvertlso- - million owner of government bonds Rulo 4. Tho pitcher's box shall era, Indiana, Pa. your med- pruiso o- in Russia thoro would bo no bolsho-vlst the twakiHK plants iu the stock-isIcinetonllsulTorinir 'extend throe feet on cither side of tho Jniont." women." Mrs. JpiwKoppELMAMN.K. p0B nnu stx foot back ot tho peg. Why People liny In thut country. p began at 'J o'clock this morning In Prefer-clu- e , niltfwIlllP11 IIV- . Washington Post Tho United the action fnlloval the decision ot No. 1, McLean, to Itat PoNou. (VSV tlV I'ltlJ Vt Hit J BVHMU tt. c r 0 nn' ne Uxm 8ttckyardB V. ln tho box. Washington Labor Council last Lydm absolutely kills raN States has no right to protect El Paso StarThis summer Veiretnblo Com- to call a general strike utiles j ,un(1( has been restoring women of Rule G. Contostonts shall toss one and mlco. (2) What It doesn't kill without first appealing to the league has been remarkable for the manner In which both tho thermometer nnd troops and police isuarda , America to health for moro than forty 'shoo to decide who shall pitch flrt. It scares away. (3) Rats killed with ot nations mid obtuluiug consent. tAe State ww immediately withdrawn from 1'ara and it will w well pay any woman t.. the price of coal went up. P loavo no smell, they dry ono player Eaiue. tfl.rtl. Atn kfrMtb wiiu Alltl Uw plants. The strike was preclpl-V4te- J tllllA ouiiifi aiwiii uistiauvjjt;iii9, in- - shall lag for each sldo. Toledo Rlado Sluminarlzed com up lurldo. (4) Made in cakes, no ilammation, ulceration, irregularities, y the return of C.OOO negroes backache, headaches, nervousness or THE DISSEMIILER. Rulo 6. The winner may coucedo mixing with other food. (G) Cats or mont on Gorman petico terms:' "Guess yasterday. Fond Mothor I hope "tho blues" to givo this successful the loser the first pitch or shall re- dogs won't touch It. Throo sizes, that will hold you a while." i that tho ' young man nover kisses you by sur3 )lput nceordiiiK to labor remedy a trial. 2Gc, 50c, 11.00, Sold und guaran-- j tain the light, if he choosea. For special uupgentions in regard to 3Mtiifc, Ik ovor tho omployment of Wichita Hcacon Wore tho Amorl- - prise? Rule 7. Should a tie occur, tha toed by J. F. Casobler, Acton Rros., I'Jnkham Daughter No mother. He only noroes rather than race your ailment write Lydia JiTho result Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & can soldiers fighting for the fourteen on urat. Ultcuer pitcnes Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. 1 Slany of the negroes, It Is ofita lonj; experience ii at your service, Otworethoj fighting to lick thinks he deos. Feun state Froth. m points? Rule 8. Shoes may be of any size Duke, Walker Myrtle. MRSEE IS LEADER IN four-hand- ed Delco-Lig- ht sov-jstro- ng al non-unio- ; to-da- Brings City Conveniences to The Country Home WlOT-- : 4rj j Eit-pl- Saves Time and Labor Jfrao-'Mm- bur-nWh- nt It RAT-SNA- P. noe" i RAT-SNA- P. Increases Farm Efficiency an-cta- es RAT-SNA- ,... Lessens Fire Hazards accord-yeltowu- naib er Ro-las- rr. Is Economcial llrc The Power Stand j fun-make- rs , s V ls for-bon- f Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company j ! ITfll WnMFN nno imi u 1 x ut f '; o I Olobo-Democr- nt I ro-,th- oy ! dl-;- 0 lt u ls', I A .,., four-hand- ... m Rat-Sna- .h. RAT-SNA- P V RAT-SNA- :lie - AUCTION SALE! OF FOUR OF THE o 553 .LODFULTSiS IN OHIO COUNTY BEST FARMS I,OO.A.TjE3:D OE3CIO OJT TKCDES BEST LAID I3NT OOXJaXTTST WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1919 PROMPTLY AT I will 10 O'CLOCK ON THE FARMS. sell 160 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 bal1- -2 ance 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 acres no improvements, 30 acres in cultivation, balance in timber. 63 2 acres, 20 acres cleared, balance in timber, then the two above tracts 1-- as a whole. ed 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 undividinterest in the above 258 acres; then the entire 258 acres and timber as whole and the BEST PRICE ACCEPTED. 1-- d cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years, Interest at 6 per cent, lein retained on land to Terms on the above Farms: a, & "&& secure same. These farms all adjoin and are located on the Livermore and Centertown roads, absolutely the Garden Spot of Ohio County. one-thir.- FOR INFORMATION C. A. PAYNE, Jr., Auctioneer i KKXTUCKV CHOI UK POUT. PHONE OR WRITE C. P. TURNER, Clerk J - cent. poas acreage shows at 80 per cent, which is 4 per cent less than last year, and tho condition shows 80 per cent. Only eleven counties report any buckwheat acreage, which as a whole Russell is given at 91 per cent. county shows tho greatest Increaso as compared with tho acreage of last year. ltroom corn acreage is 82 per cent, and condition is 80 per cent. Hemp Is roported from but four counties, showing an ncreago of CO por cent aud condition of 75 per cent. Sorghum is almost a failure, Condition of fruits Is givon at 50 por cent, whllo melons show at 69. Condition of potatoes shows at 72 por cont, nnd tho estimated acreago of tho second crop Is but 74 per cent, which Is but a flight increaso on tho second crop over last year. Sweet potato acreago bIiows at S9 por cent, with condition at 85 por cent. Garden conditions are given nt 74 per cent. Llvo stock Is reported in fnlrly good condition, with tho exception of scarcity of stock water In somo sections. Pastures show u condition of 80 per cent. Tnkon as n whole, tho report would lndlcnto.that without contiuued rain this month crop conditions aro exceptionally low. It Is to bo hoped that with seasonable weather for the next few weeks tho outcomo of tho crop conditions will bo Improved over tho Indications as of August 1st. MAT S. COHEN. Commissioner of Agriculture. Cow m - Tho very curly wet weather In tho wiring retanllnR planting of corn and other crops followed by weeks of extremely dry weather, litis made a very unfavorable season for tho much damage especially on tho uplands, as have gardens and pastures also. Italns In many locations havo brought relief and will aid all crops. Wheat did not come up to expectations. Tho Stato average Is given at 1 1 bushels per acru, running in various sections from 9 bushels to 14 bu This Is 3.9 bu. n.s sectional average In loss than last month's estimate. somo localities It is reported as threshing exceptionally light. This uverage Is one bu. per acre less than last year. On a preliminary estimate ryo is averaging a yield of 11 bu. por acre; while oats is averaging -- 0 bu. pur acre, which l.s 2V& bu. per aero less than last year's estimate. Tho outlook for tho corn crop Is for a short ono, owing to tho exceson sive hot, dry weather.' Corn tho lowlands has not suffered to tho extent that corn on tho ridges has. Tho western nnd northwestern parts of tho Stato show tho greatest dam- ago from drouth. Great stress Is lnid upon tho need of copious rains during this month, In order to bring crops up to anything like normal. C&rn acreage shows at 91 por cont, whllo condition la given at 74 por cent. This Is 20 por cent lower in condition than lias been given for several years, and would indicate nn exceptionally short crop of corn. Hurley tobacco shows nn acreage of 93 por cont, whllo condition Is given at 81 por cont, which Is n slight improvement over last month's condition. Dark tobacco Is given at 91 por cent, and condition 75 per cent, Indicating tho hardship tho drouth has worked upon this crop. A very unovon stand of tobacco Condition of hay Is 92 por cent, with nn estimated yloid of 1.5 tons per aero. Somo hay was lost owing to tho oxcosslvo prices demanded for farm labor nnd shortage of help during, tho tlino of harvest. Condition of alfalfa Is given at 84 pur cont, and It Is estimated tho yield of tho second cutting will avorago ono ton per aero. cont, Soy boana aoroago Is S7 which is a slight increaso over last year. Condition is given at 83 per is farmer. Early corn has suffered f of the country. Jobbers and wholeBELCIAX STATE TO FA KM ITS DEVASTED IiAXDS salers must guarantee to resell to nt not more than 75 cents adHrussels, Aug. 9 Tho Uclgjan ditional and retailers aro confined to Government has undertaken a vast an increase of not more than $1.25 project for reclaiming tho devasted over tho whole sale price for tho original package and must not chargo farm lands In the battle zone. Farms will be taken over from more than 7 cents a pound for broken their owners and worked under the packages of any kind. Tho Grain Corporation also anlatest scientific principles, then renounced that Its weekly purchnso at condition. turned in first-clas- s Owners are to be paid 5 per cent Baltimore, of wheat flour packed valuation of for export was 1,031,013 barrels at interest on the pre-wtho property during operation by tho prices ranging from $9. SO to $10.40 Government, which, howover, is pre- per barrel. pared to purchase the land outright Constipation is tho starting point In tho event owners do not desire to for many serious diseases. To be keep their farms. healthy, keep tho bowels active and Herbino will remove all ac , Surgeons agree that in cases of regular. Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds, tho cumulations in the bowels and put first treatment Is most Important. the system In prime condition. Pricp When an efficient antiseptic is appli- 00. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co: m ed promptly, there Is no danger, of Inm fection and tho wound begins to heal at onco. For uso on man or beast, AFGHANISTAN' AND Horozone Is tho ideal antiseptic nnd HKITA1.V END WAK healing agent. Buy It now nnd bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, London, Aug. S. Peace has been 50c. J1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio ma do between Breat Britain and m County Ilrug Company A pcaco agreement wns mm signed at 11 o'clock this morning, it EIGHT HOUK TKIP was officially announced this after- CHIOAGO-NEYOKK noon. ar J called in to assist in placing, the bureau on its feet. An advisory comIt Is the hope of officials to make mittee of a dozen or so experts is also aiding in the work. tho war risk insurance bureau a permanent insurance organization that will meet the needs of American sol- -' Mr. Yniiglian, Farmer, Tells How K& Lost AH Ills Prize Seed Corn. dlers, sailors and marines. At present, howover, the bureau is enmeshed "Sometlmo ago I sent away for in an almost hopeless tangle. Thous- somo pedigreed seed corn. Put it in ands of addresses aro mixed up and a gunney sack and hung it on a ropo others aro lost altogether whllo mil- suspended from roof. Rats got it Inlions of dollars of all how beats me but they did besurance is waiting to bo paid. Col. cause I got five dead whoppers fn tho R. C. Cbolmoly-Jonc- s, head of the bu morning after trying "RAT-SNAP- ." roau, admits that he is unablo to un- Threo'sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and ravel tho difficulty and Charles E. guaranteed by J. P. Casebler, Acton Hugos, former associate justice of Bros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams the U. S. supremo court, has boon & Duko and Walker Myrtle. m BUHEAU TANGLED UP. iis safvtNv rrrr . rj9 jgffiffi :,' vv I Contents 15 Fluid Drachin CASTOR! For Infants and Children. frrfViTfffll ! ' I Mothers Know Thai Genuine tlnUillCJm'K""""""" - m A now airplane mail schedule is now In effect betweon Chicago and Now York, requiring but eight hours for mail to bo carried from ono city to tho other. A piano leaves Now York at 5 a. m. and arrives at Chicago at 1 p. in. Another loaves Chicago nt 0 a. m. and is duo at Now York nt 2 p. in. Tho new schedule reduces , "BLOOD TOXIC 1 Casta SAY NUMBER 10" Frank P. Skaggs, prominent druggist, Harrlsburg, 111., writes: "Num bcr 40 is still going good. If a cusI say tomer says "Blood Tonic, Number 40' ns it gives tho best satis- Always Bears tho f( c The Ucst Muster. pleco of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Linlmont and bound on over tho seat of pain Is often in ore effectual for a lamo back than a plaster and does not cost anything liko as much. A faction of any blood tonic I havo ever i old." tho former ono between the two cities Employed In blood poison, chronic by n whole day. rheumatism, and catarrh, scrofula, m mercurial and lead poisoning, constipation, malaria biliousness, liver nnd stomach troubles. Undor Its uso FOR FLETCHER'S nodes, tumors, glandular swellings, pimples, skin eruptions that havo withstood nil other treatment disappear as it by magic. Sold by Ohio PLAN AXNOl'XCKD , FOB WHEAT SALES County Drug Co Digestion Thereby Promoting Signature of uiccnumc5iiuiuiivv OnIum,Morphtoe neither ? -- nor MY In Us ImcrahNoTviicoTlc JiKk.UiSM$ Children Cry CASTO Rl A Now York, Aug 8. EstS Mm .. IAT. AJ .lvfnr r hutrrmrMWrrr . j...m t roported. ' , pr P- - J Stato of Ohio. City of Toleao, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tho City of Toledo, County ami State aforesaid, ii ml that said linn will pay the sum of ONE HUNUKHD DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of HLL'S CATARRH FRANK J CHENEY. MKDICINU. Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.s 1650. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. (Peal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all druRplsts. 7Cc. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Details of tho GERMAN MOB EATS HORSES OF SOLDIERS United Statos Grain Corporation's plan to soil flour nt $10 a barrel were y by J. II. Barnes, Borlln, Aug 9. Fifty persons wero made public Un-dkilled during disturbances yesterday United States Wheat Director. tho plan restrictions aro placed near Chemnitz, a railroad station 38 on tho prlco to bo charged by wuolsal-or- s, miles southwest of Dresden. Troops wero overpowered and disjobbers and retailors. Tho flour will bo sold In 140-l- o armed by a mob. Tho soldiers' nn ds sacks in a basis of $10 In tho horses woro slaughtered and tho torrltnry west of tho Illinois and In- flosh distributed to tho crowd. Many diana line and west of the Mississippi wounded persons uro In the Chemnitz from Cairo to tho Gulf of Mexico, Hospital. Additional troops are being sent to not including tho Pacific coast region, aud at $10.25 In the romainder quiet tho disorders. or cro :S2'?2 ws. ConsllpallonandDlarrJflW nnd rcvcrlshncss resuHiiuhwfrcjHnJllfan ffi I m CCNtUn ,1ft Ptf For Over imhm i;cQ 'Sec1 iMBS s. (, i :" XJIECCNWV'C0MPflr NElYvu"" ri cn iniMHirV n i i Thirty Year s k. rai nan n Exact Copy of Wrapper. IMC COMPANY MIW P CITT, '.m The Hartford Republican a shnmo Gobc was loft out of the vote notwithstanding tho overwhelming Of Prentiss against tho tax, tho majority of the wholo district ngalnst It was only ten votes, nnd somowhnt IMHHHMHHMHHni y rEt of Ccntcrtown was overwhelmingly agnlnst the proposition and In which tho precinct of Coralvo gavo only 3 votes in favor of tho tax, yet taking tho ontlro magisterial district Into consideration tho majority against tho tax wns only 23, as 3 of tho fi voting precincts In Ccntcrtown Magisterial district gavo a majority In fa vor of tho tax. Every precinct In tho mining ills For your convenience in selling cream to a home market, arrange-ment- s High cost of living has tho boards trlct gavo a majority In favor of the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. nt tho present time, In tho public tax excopt south Ilockport. have been made with Subscribers desiring tho paper sont mind, wo oven hear moro of tho H. C. Ono notnblo featuro of tho tax camto a now address must give tho old L. than of tho league of nations, duo paign nnd tho tax vote was tho fact address in making tho request. TtiiRlnpsa Locals and Notices 10c to the fact that we are brought Into that It wns strictly Tho er lino, nnd Be por lino for addition-- ! direct contact with tho proposition strong Democratic precincts of tl insertion. 0f surviving almost every day of our Hcflln, Aetnavllle and Herbert . Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards mcs- - 1,,cr0 ,s n .... t0 Py onc11 llay' gave majorities in fnvor u" of tho tax, ad- of Thanks, 6c per lino, money in BEAVER DAM, KY. of one sort or another, and the payer while tho Republican strong-hold- s of nhiirch Notices for services freo, Generally feels llko ho had been Rosinc, Select, Arnold nnd Cromto open a Cream Buying Station on Wednesday, August 20th. but other advertisements, Be per lIno.lBnn(J.baggC(l whcn tho concctor gets well gave majorities agnlnst tho tax. Anonymous cuunuuuicuiiuua iu through with him. Thero h ono side Some of tho strongest champions rocejvo no attontion. to tho question which has receiv of tho tax were leading Democrats Take your cream there, see it tested while you wait, and get your ed but little, if any notice at nil. The while somo of tho county's strongest TELEPHONES. Grocerymnn's prices, ns a rule, when Republicans were found among those check AT ONCE. You will be paid the highest market price for 123 v Cumberland compared with those asked by tho who bitterly opposed the proposition. your cream. OQ ' Fanners Mutual The thought cannot bo escaped that dealer in drygoods, clothing, shoes nnd kindred lines looks llko a one-ce- the sentiment In favor of good roads No delay, No chance for misunderstanding. No lost cream or .AUGUST 15 piece with a hole punched In it. Is growing In Ohio county. This was FRIDAY. Wo are attempting to hold the rate especially demonstrated in the numlost cans. I of profit on flour nnd other neces ber of men past tho ago of fifty who saries at a fixed amount, yet let the supported the tax. A largo number Farmers who sell their cream and keep the sweet skimmed milk drygoods merchant run wild on every of these men, who under a technical for feeding are making more money from their herds than by any article he has for sale, and his mer- construction of tho law arc exempted chandise Is Just as necessary to the from road working at an age ot fifty other method. .. .- -. comfort and main.tehnnoo of tho raco years, wore big hearted nnd Konsroii3 as Is flour, meat, lard, sugar &c. enough, and so desirous of seeing FREE. If you have a cow that you are not sure is paying, keep Every man ought to have a fair profit tho county Improve and go forward on his effort, it makes no difference and make progress that they wantily her milk separate and take it to our Station. We will test for as to his line of endeavor, but plun- championed and supported the road butter fat free of cost. By this method you know exactly which dering tho helpless is another thing tax. i altogether. Let the Investigation consplclous feature was cows pay you and which do not. Another be thorough and if a halt is to be tho number of men who pay heavy taxes In the county thnt Wore in favor called let It bo general. of the tax. A great majority of the In an editorial in tho Hartford Her largest tax payers of tho county fa REPUBLICAN TICKET. aid this week, among other things wo vored it, both in the towns nnd in Incorporated note the following: the country. For Governor It is understood that there will be "The Hartford Republican, In Louisville, Kentucky. EDWIN P. MORROW. an article last week, says The no further vote taken on the questl tion for n while, but tho Indications Herald did not take a stand in Lieutenant Governor tho recent road tax election. If are that tho sentiment In favor of S. THRUSTON BALLARD. the Republican will consult the better roads, coupled with the fact Secretary of State files it will be found that the that better roads can not bo had exFRED A. VAUGHT. cept by increasing the revenue to pay Herald came out editorially for Attorney General the road tax and has continued for them, will grow and take such CHAS. I. DAWSON. to do so intermittently &c." hold upon tho people ns that sooner Auditor Pub. Acct's Intermittently, yes, that's right, i or later a of this ques- JOHN J. CRAIG. chased a lot In Sunnydale nnd will DUKEHUHST, llke the word, it exactly expresses my tlon will be universally demanded and ri'Wiir sale. Supt. Pub. Instruction put In a corn mill nnd crusher. Tho idea of the Herald's position. When tho number of those who oppose it On TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919. GEO. M. COLVIN. the Fiscal Court ealle.l the election 'will be very few indeed. Rev. Chapman began a series of folks say they will patronize him if at 10 o'clock, A. M., I will offer for Sunday ho agrees to grind for n just toll, alo to tho highest nnd best bldddor, Such a day is certainly and surely meetings at Washington, and gave the Herald an order to pub-- 1 Clerk Court Appeals llsh the call &c, it did come out and coming. ROY 11. SPECK. , night. Large crowds are in attend- which he agrees to do, so it looks as nt the residence of W. A. Mnddox, m approve the call for tho election and i deceased, 1 ' miles south east of Mc ance and much interest is being mani tho ho will be getting rich. Csmmissloner of Agriculture Experience in thousands of homes fested. Say Mister Editor, do you think McHenry, tho following property: 5 supported the tax proposition "in-- 1 W. C. HANNA. tarmlttently" until something happen-- , has proved that the MAJESTIC Is tho Alonzo Burden, of Sunnydale and the Prohibition People have anything head of horses and mules, 3 good Treasurer ed a short time before the election, one range that gives real satisfaction Miss Eunice Miller, of near here, were to do with this drouth? Wo hail mlloh cows. 2 calves, 2 good hogs JAMES WALLACE. plenty of rain until about the first of farming implements of all kinds, after which the Herald closed iip llko1 and cuts down the cost of living. An married last week. State Senator a clam, and then after the election expert from tho MAJESTIC factory Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hickey spent July. It begins to look suspicious, household and kitchen furniture, ono GEORGE RAKER. accused the Fiscal court of forcing will be at our store during the week Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert and if you havo nny influence with rond wagon, mowing mnchlno, rake, Representative the election. You ridicule and con- - commencing August ISth, and will Keith, of Taffy. those Prohibitionists, havo them to cano mill and other Items. ISAAC S. MASON.' demn the Court for tho very thing jshow you why tho MAJESTIC is the Mr. Wllllo Walker and son. of hold up a bit, at least until we get a Tonus mado known on dato of heartily approved of Just four or five! only range for you. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. rain, for a drouth Inside and outside sale. previous. Evidently the HerE. P. BARNES & BRO., Carter, this week. We have been having some fine, weeks nnd "both' nt tho samo time is awful U. S. CARSON, ADM'R. a master somewhere, someHeaver Dam, Ky. , Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Patton, of cool nights for seeping, but we ought ald has V A Mnddax, deceased. fit2 Maryland, Mr. and Mrs. Almond hard on a fellow. we may have how, because it completely changed to keep It quiet, or tactics after tho "Big Wiggle" came, TO THE TEACHERS Duko and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller to pay an additional luxury, tax. OF OHIO COUNTY visited Mr. and Mrs J. D. Mlllor the shortly before tho election, and wouldn't bark a singlo bit for the first of the week, Tho Hartford Herald quotes some What are you doing for tho sue tho first of tho week. 40,000 negroes in road tax, neither would it come out one In saying that Let us Mrs. L. H. Combs and two chilKentucky would vote the Democratic against It, except after tho election cess of our organization? I feel qute cure a long list of influential associate dren spont last Friday and Saturday a thing of the past. Don't you think ticket this fall. d Any person actually Brother Oreep was for .members. with relatives here. there is very grave danger in your sure that proposition, personally, the 'gaged be- tax in educational work may be Mr. Ray Cornell left Sunday, for "Nigger domination, having cause he let that fact bo plainly como an active member by sending a Texas. known. No, this 'office did not print membership fee of ten cents to the Mr. Romney Helton and family s. tax cler- spent the week-en- d nt Fordsville. We understand that Butler County jtho Prions for tho road Tho board of directors consists of Miss Golda Baughn, who has been going to make an effort at the next lion, jiuuiiur uiu wu sign one, nnu is more C. K. that, wo do not have any session of tho Legislature to have I f. n n than ntlm ni ! Inlml tVinm am n 'tho following T!l .1 Tt Carson, Pres., seriously ill of typhoid is improving. .. a in Tl T.l. u Mr. Chester Wado. of Owcnsboro, "' '" Xn 4 - n ' "' "3, Ohio county abolished, so that tho !,u n.uu.u, lU. m.. "uac au.ba " """ visited relatives here, recent!) much-taked-good road can bo wore circulated. Mr. C. P. Turner was herp, Monday, Jj. w. Odell, Fordsvlllc; Ed. DIv. No. built from Bowling Green to Owens We Invito friendly criticism from 3, Mrs. Birdie Midklff, Narrows. Ed ou business. boro. our friends, but you may rest assured 'Dlv. No. 4, Ira Jones, Wliito Run: Mr. Arvln Willis, who has recentno thing, that is no man, not, Ed. Div. No. 5, Roy Foreman, Beaver ly been discharged from tho Navy, has developed that tho Govern-!- 0' It ment has sold thousands and thous- oven a set of men havo undertaken Dam; Ed. DIv. No. 6, J. C. Lawrence, went to Owensboro Friday, after spending a few days here. ands ot pounds of bacon to the big to tell us Just what the policy of the Ccntertown. Any member of tho board will bo Mr .hd Mrs. Rnnnlo Shown of interests for 30 cents per pound, yet papor should orQnust be, thero has It cost, when the ultlmato consumer not even been a suggestion as to tho glad to reciv ni.y suggesUer.p you near Whltesville, arr visiting relatives We nro working to: RE- hero this weok. "Old of U, about 30 cehtrf more Republican's policy and while It la may offer. Many people lack money to pay cash for MI a Vvrtle Carte visited fi lends authority say inder it's present management sug SULTS. jior pound. Those in an instrument and therefore think that this A copy of out constitution has been at Hartford, a few days this week. they wero afraid that prices might gesllons will he gladly received but prevents them from enjoying the music of to tho little fel- dictations never. In the samo artlclo nH! I to ei.i Co. Supt., In Kentucky. be disturbed, if sold LOST SHEEP REWARD! that they cooperate lows. Wouldn't it havo been a great The Herald sas "County mismanage- with a reqi Ono black leg, weight, 200 pounds. ment has gono on until tho peoplo'n with us In o.r campaign for :rte- pity? Yes, it would not. patience is worn thread-bare.- " From wldo organization. Long llvo the Malo sheep. Will pay good reward The railroad brotherhoods, perhaps! the Herald's charge ono would think 'Ohio County Teachers' Federation!" to tinder, notify. J. W. EDMONSON, C. K. CARSON, President. tho best paid class In tho wholo coun- - that tho present administration had Equality, Ky. 6t2 In power for a decado or so. try seem never to get through J. W. ODELL, "The Phonograph with a Soul" m somo quarters Whon In fact tho present County xnanding. From MRS. BIRDIE MIDKIFF, SOLDIER DAY. Sccretary-Trea- s. nro on, from others almost 'ministration took chargo considerably It is not necessary to pay cash. Big busiopen threats of war and rebellion aro less than two years ago. Your A meeting will bo held at Nocreolc Lining the week commencing Aup-u- st in order to carry through their itlonce must havo been well nigh worn ness is not done with cash. Although not 18, a handsome set of cooking church, In honor of tho returnod SolThey want to bo Joint out to start with. Glvo particulars demands. A an installment house, we are always ready bo given uway freo to ov-e- dier boys, Sunday, Aug. 24th. owners In so far as adding to their (brother Greep, don't shoot at the utensils will purchaser of a MAJESTIC rango. good program will be rendered. Evto arrange terms at the convenience of our and sharing profits aro jwholo "flock," there might bo ono remuneration gift and tho erybody invited to coma uud bring but nover at any tlmo of- - nooont man "omewhi're In tho admin-fe- This is an customers. well-fille- d baskets nnd sharo in the to bharo In the losses. These nro istration and you surely don't wish price of tho MAJESTIC remains tho always. Seo them while you dinner to be rrvcd In tho grovo. same as strange times, and strange things nro to injure tho guiltless. The main thing the whole idea of Mr. MRS. NINA WARD, nro nt the special demonstration, next MRS. BETTIE MILLER, SOME FACTS ABOUT THE ROAD lyveok. Edison is to place his marvelbus MRS. PENDLETON WARD. TAX ELECTION Pleaso excuse us, but tliu Herald U E. P. BARNES & DUO. of Music in eveiy home. Looking over tho figures showing Beaver Dam, Ky. becuuso of thu tact that SULPHUR SPRINGS. In that great cause we welcome a visit. tho road tax wns defeated In tho tho results ot the road tnx election in NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. county by 40 and J. II. Thomas' homi Ohio county on August it will bo Wo aro having a protracted drouth prerinct went heavily against tl'o tax, seen that tho proposition carried In Of North and South Ilockport vot hero, crops of all kinds aro needing In spito ot what it terms Thomas 'J 18 of tho 34 voting precincts and ruin and unless rain comes soon tho 1, or ono of my depu letter, but don't havo a so carried In four of the eight mngls-wor- d ing precincts: of sympathy to offer Gabo LIk- - torlul districts, and In ono district. tlos. will bo at Ilockport, Friday andicrops in this section will bo short ens wno came uu tuo way rrom viz: torusvuie, tno proposition car- s.iturdnv. Aucust ICth and 16th. for Wheat threshing Is over and tho Beaver Dam, Ky. Washington, D. C, to turn tho Herald rfed by moro than three to ono. Tho 'the purpose of taking tho assessment yield was light, but somo people re- Into a John D. Carroll Issuo and the magisterial districts of Hartford, 'of nl. taxpayers within said precinct j port ttiat tnoy navo moveu uicir County away from Governor Ulaek.Rookport and Bartlott woro the other j You will please como and give straw stacks and cleaned up quite a nl- - three in which tho road tax carried. Jyour assessment at this time or go to bit of wheat that was blown over, and Mill tho Governor's voto-w- as I ' James Harvey Hamilton has purIn Beaver Dam magisterial district, Hartford. moit two to one over Carroll. lt'i -- -- "Newspaper Starts Itomnncc," Un dcr tho foregoing caption our esteem cd contemporary has an nrtlclo upon Incorporated Its front page this week which would ho practically correct If It had said W. S. TINSLHY, Editor "Republican" whero It used tho word Malinger. and Business "Herald." Tho artlclo In question by Mr. Thomas nnd according to law at tho vns written ,..,.,. i -Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as man mis. iNoi mm u mimes uu uiuiuu- matter of tho second class. nl difference, but wo only reror to record to tho matter to keep tho Address all communications straight. Republican. The Hartford Fiibllshctl Weekly by HARTFOUU PRINTINO COMPANY similar results was obtained In tho Magisterial district where tho precinct Announcement 4 i'" To Farmers llu-for- d, J. D, Williams & Sons I - 1 .,.,....... nt I SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY COMPANY i I" " ' J Lox-Ingto- n, so-w- as en-roa- 5S MONEY MUSIC S$SrSSrSrS Secy-Trea- 1 of "'. ".""'" uj- nami.,". T" Has Nothing' to Do with Enjoyment of tt The New Edison de-,be- en s I pa-ma- de ry r ut Re-Creati- on E. P. BARNES & BRO. - I - r$$!;s$$ sas County Agont, M. L. McCrackln, Go to J. C. ILER'S snlo Saturday, went to Louisville, Saturday, return August 23, ono o'clock slinrp. ing Monday. Mr. ' Real Style in Dress It is possible only with style real style in your Corset. . In J. P. Mklklff, of Mngan, wns nnd children returned with him, to make their homo here. Hartford, on business Saturday. Mr. McCrackln'a wlfo The lines of fashion are the lines of the figure. The right corset your American Lady model will insure a fashionable figure for you. It will protect and retain the youthful charm and gracefulness of your naturally .,, good figure. , Wo carry a good lino of stock nnd Arc you trading with WILLIAMS DUKE? If not you nro losing material for making stntlonory nnd nil sorts of Job work. Let our fore- inonoy. Ask your neighbor. mnn flguro with you for nnythlng you Misses Mnrgnret King and Thelnia may need In our lino. Uennett spent tho week end with Mr Mrs. P. O. McKlnnoy and llttlo son, nnd Mrs. Will Ward, nt Nocrcok. of Contcrtown, and Miss Lois Clair Miss Mary Render, of Matanzas, Hold, of Central City, wero guests of Is visiting her brother, Mr. Itoscoo Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Glllesplo from Itondor and Mrs. Render, of Clove- - Tuesday until Thursdny. land, Ohio. Asldo from tho special display, Mr. J. A. Ualrd has moved Into rnnco and stovo nd on another naco. tho property adjacent to tho College- wo aro Carrying 134 lines of local nnd recently occupied by Mr. Will advertising for E. P. Barnes &. Dro., Gillespie. of Beaver Dam, this week. & I mi. m "V jtxJT I X "', jr- - - I ft. 1 . n AMERICAN LADY CORSETS Look for the name. A model for every type of Back Lace or Front Lace figure. You'll find exactly the right model for you. . Alexander (Eck) Dozarth nrrlved Mcsdnmcs It. T. Collins, E. E. Dirk head and A. V. Good In took tholr home rocently from over seas. Mr. children to the Pony Show at Central Dozarth was ono of the first boys to lenvo hero nnd got overseas, and was City, Monday. among the last to return home. Lieut. Herbert F. Felix, stationed For Sale Thoroughbred, big type, at Fort SHI, Oklo., arrived hero Hogs. 2 boars C for a short visit with friends Poland China months old, 7 pigs, both soxes 3 and relatives. months old. Prices reasonable W. S. DEAN, Rev. J. W. Greep, of tho Herald, Ct4. Dundee, Ky. roturncd to his post recently, after spending a few days down on tho Mrs. Nora Masslo, of Carrlzozo, Florida coast N. M., who has been spending two or Wanted White girl to do three weeks with friends and rela tives in Ohio county, was a guest of light housekeeping apply to Mr. C. B. Howard's family here last E. P. CASEUIErt, week-enHartford, Ky. yes-torda- y, f'vr' W W ' 'I I i v Well v &? Dressed Women Wear Them In these days of short skirts a woman must give more attention than ever to her ankles. Sagging, wrinkled hose will spoil the whole effect of an otherwise perfect costume. To be sure of neatly fitting hose, we recommend Armor Plate Hosiery Knit to chape and size exactly i not Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Taylor, who Mrs. W. B. Tichenor, of near town, stretched or shrunk into shape after knitting. Fast in color dyed with visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. C. liavo been spending some timo at "Harms-no- t Dye" guaranteed Daird nnd Mr. Ualrd, of Shinklo Macinac Island, and Day Viow, Mich., not to rot, bum or weaken the yarn. with their daughter, Mrs. Woolfolk Chapel, this week. Incotton,woolorsilk "perfect in I Darrow, are expected to arrive home Whynot weave.wcarandwash." take home several pair today? Hartford Tent, No. 99, K. O. T. M.. will serve a supper to the menihors CARSON & COMPANY The new building just completed at Its regular meeting next Thursday Hartford, Ky. c. by Acton Bros., Is tho best structure night, August 21. of the character for which it was in- It is Miss Deulnh Palmer has returned tended in this whole section. lo her home In McH- - ry. after spend- - nicely arranged and a credit to tho SOLD ONLY BY ing scvernl days the t.uest of M'sj community. Leuicnc Collins Mr. Estill Howard, after spending Mr. Lon Tweddell, after spending several days here, with his mother, several days with his brother, P. D Mrs. Rosa Deatrico Howard and of Nocreek, returned to his ily, left Monday to resume his work as a traveling salesman for a foun-'tai- n home nt Midland, Monday. supply company. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Westerfield, of the Deda community, spent the week-- 1 Mr. z. l. Mauzy, who has been end In Ovensboro, the quests of Mr. with Mr. nnd Mrs. n. H. Gillespie, and Mrs. Gilbert Westeriiold. the past three weeks, went to Provi- dence Monday, to visit his sister a It's really worth your while to at- - fow days before returning to his homo tend E. P. BARNES & BRO'S. MA- - in p0rt Arthur, Texas. JESTIC rango bargain sale. Theie's Hartford Republican Mrs. Hon L. Hill Is visiting -The a real bargain In store for you. in Central City. July 23. on road between Hartford and Hooker's Bluff, ono AUGUST 15 KKIUAV Mr. George W. Bennett returned Lady's handbag, containing about Mr. and Mrs. John Duke were in Monday from a few days visit to tho $15.00. Finder deliver to this officp Owonsboro, Wednesday. Mammoth Cavo with his brother, or to Miss VIOLET ALLEN, Route 5, ' i Hartford, and receive reward. J IIRRT Pntnni "lmir. tl.KK nur 94 Mr. John Bennett, of Louisville. &. LEACH. Personal News pound bag. LIKENS Mrs. JV. A. Sheffield and children, Announcements have been recelv- ed here , of tho birth of a daughter of near Oweusboro, camo up a few and Social Eueuts, o .uiss Kamieen iicucnor, 01 ueiuer- There is practically a new world, emerging from, Lorene, to Mr. and Mrs. days ago to visit Mrs. Sheffield's par- town, is tho guest of Miss Willie named Ellen ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown and the smoke of war. But best of all the new things is D. W. Williams, of Pittsburg, Ga. Dennett. other relatives. They will likely rethe new Don't forget tho sale at J. C. main until the last of tho month. -- August 23,1 The Ohio County will bo attractions at the ILER'S Saturday, August 23, at one Tliero nnd 30. Ohio County Fair this year, never be o'clock. Just across the street from John Wheelor, of this place, Is ono fore seen hero. of tho latest of our soldier boys to tho icsldenco of Dr. J. W. Taylor. at There won't bo any bo mustered out. Mr. Wheeler has ILER'S SALE. Mr. Harvey Smith, of Boonville, It's MAJESTIC range bargain week been detained for soma timo, for 'Ind., visited his niece, Mrs. J. K. at E. P. BARvNES & BRO'S. store be- treatment on account of physical dls from W. E. Plrtle, n fow days last week. Get your bale-tlo- s ginning August 19th. Don't fall lo abilities, since his return from ELLIS & DUO. take advantage of this special offer. l Miss Mnttlo Luco left Tuesday for see Rockport, Ind., whoro she goes to Ask us about that John Deere If you aro in need of Balo-tic- s Miss Loulso Phlpps returned FriYou donvt LIKENS & LEACU. visit relatives for ten days. day to take up her work at Stithton, FULL POWER hay press of after spending several dnys with her havo to rarry tho hay tho Miss Lourone Collins is spending parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Phlpps. tho stack. Put tho press at the con-to- r lino of loobo cukes. Fresh of tho stack, thereby saving timo her vacation here, with her parents, WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins. i Mrs. Russell Walker returned and labor. i J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. homo here after a two weeks Mr. C. D. Bean, of Horso Branch, Miss Lucllo Harris has arrived visit with her mother, Mrs. Mlna C. was in town Monday. horo, to bo tho guest of her brother Taul and other relatives in McDowoll Foglo has been holding tho Circuit Court Clerk's offlco open Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Mr. W. W. Harris nnd Mrs. Harris. this week, in the absence of Clork, AV. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. For laundering silks and other flno Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Lostetter. pt Portor. Mack says ho was fully au"The Car with a Conscience." Wo havo ryo and timothy seed In fabrics uso Lux, or Ivory Soap Flakes. Chicago, 111., arrived hero Monday for thorized to receive money, but ,un snio ac Williams k uukk. to pay out coin for any a ton days visit with Mrs. Lostetter's nlmnilanco A Maxwell dealer is not afraid to look you in the sister, Mrs. John B. Wilson nnd Judge & BRO. W. E. ELLIS face after you have bought the 1920 model, because Brlttenbnugh, of Wilson. Miss Mabol If you wero bred in Old Kontuck , I he is sure to find a smile of satisfaction there. SuWo have n nice lino of Oil Stovo3 Haweavillo, hns been tho guest, of Ralph, this week. get tho Kentucky Thoroughbred bug-- . Miss Ernestine Mr. M. L. Heavrln attended tho nnd Ranges. perb in every way. Complete in every detail. Perbuiinl of Miss Golda Ralcy, an adopt gles. Wo havo them and want you WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mnblo and Flora Rhoad ed dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. to look them over. Tho Furmer's fection made plain in the car line. Let us demonMisses I Thursday, a friend. or forgotten have returned homo after spending a Raloy, In Louisville, you d Have strate. J. D. WILLIAMS & SON3. , that llttlo bit you owo on subscrip- - fow days with relatives at Smallhous. week ago. Beaver Dam, Ky. Both Phonos. Hon? Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Courtland M. Tnylor Have you seen Mr. John Smith, the Glbbs of Gallapolls, Ohio, Miss Esther, wont to Dawson Springs, nnd children of Route. 3. Boaver Miss Lou Hartford, Kentucky. Is here for an extended visit with Tuesday, whoro they will remain for Dam, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. MAJESTIC rango demonstrator? Ho ton days. F. Loach, of this placo from Saturday will bo horo nil week. Havo him friends. 8ho,w you tho greatest improvement until Sunday. over put on a rango. A series of meetings will bo begun Crimson Clover, 1919 seed, ro Monday Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C .Porter went to Mrs. E. Q. Schroder and other E. P. BARNES & BRO. Big races, lots of stock and nvoro cleaned and guaranteed. Ask tho nt tho Chilstiaii Church Loulsvillo, Tuesday. Mr. Porter will tivos. Dr. King and wife went Boaver Dam, Ky.' lUUUUVKU UJ 9li "VIUI ... nttrnctlons aro promised patrons of COUNTY AGENT. Jilt'". Jattond tho association of Kentucky horo to Owensboro, where tkftjr Bonis. the Ohio County Fair this year thamJ Clerks, visit for about a week before Aftor taking over Mr. Iler's exten- -' Circuit and County Court over iieioro. tho uates will ue Au Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Cromwoll, slve lino of furnlturo wo find that wo 'whUo there. They oxpect to return lug to their homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud Ross, of Union-vill- gust 28, 29 and 30. week-en- d with Mr. and spent last need money worso than wo do furnl- - home Lincoln county, aro tho guests Mrs. James Lyons. When about to buy an aril of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. B. Tichenor for Mr. and Mrs. Omar Lansford and ture. Henco wo havo decldod tn The new, smooth finish MAJESTIC as a rango, that plays an li children, and Mr. and Mrs. Dawcy make a 10 per cont reduction on nil Mrs. Otis Clark and Miss Ophelia tho week ranges on display nt E. P. BARNES part in routine of Ward motored over from Owensboro, Furnlturo, also on Oil Stoves &c. French, of near Buford, wero callers Ypu it pays to examine it carefully & BRO'S store, aro beauties. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Two good mules. Sunday and spent tho day wlh Mr. FOH SALE nt this offlco, yesterday. should seo them this week during tho sure you are getting the Will sell at a haigaln. Cnll over and Mrs. El Crabtrce. value. A rango export fr rungo salesman special demonstration. Ask tho MAJESTIC Messrs.J. N. nnd John Morris, of homo phono or see J. T. MOORMAN, tory will, during tbe ws E. P. BARNES & BRO. Hartford, Ky. week-en- d , guests of 7t3 Wo aio going to carry nnythlng nt E. P. BARNES & BROS storo to TMnn., wore tho .. iug, August 18th, show Beaver Dam, Ky. you the inothod of unseen rivetyou might want In Furnlturo, Hard- show W. II, Balzo and family. MAJESTIC is built, Wl Mr. C. B. Howard, who has n posl- - ware, Grocorles and Paint and will ing on tho new smooth finibh MAJES In- Dr. and Mrs. D, W. King, of Nash- - long and why It is ti Don't forget to get your exhibits tlon with Bond Bros., at Decatur, be glad to show you our lino boforo TIC ranges. It's marvelous, and E P BARNl troducos tho greatest improvement ville, Tenn., spnt from Saturday un hero with you buy. icady for tho big Ohio County Fair, , Ala,, spent tho week-on- d B ever accomplished in range building til Tuesday here, guts of Mr. and WILLIAMS & DUKE. bis family. August 28, 29 and SOth. is $5, $4, $3.50, $2.50, $2, $1.50 :.w Jkm&Ga ll, lost I FOR 1920 Things are being made new and better I to-da- y, J I 1920 MODEL MAXWELL for-bidd- ovor-looko- ACTON BROTHERS Dealers e, to-da- y. thnlly Ul UIKJB CliKMKXCRAir T COJIK TO U. S. E- DIRECTORY CIHCUIT COUKT. JihIris It. W. Slock, Owemboro. C. E. Smith, Hart jConi'tlt. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. MarItEAVHR DAM. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKennoy. Clerk 11. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshnl R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLi:. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. 11. Jonei. Clerk Olhi Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard or Kdiicntlon. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 3d Monday In September 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Civil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvillo, Dlv. No. Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Cnrtcr, Narrows, COUNTY COURT. Moots first Monday in each month. Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robort Goff, Roslno, Judgo Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Urntcher. Dlv. No. G Nat LIndley. Center-tow- n, Superintendent B. S. Howard. Ky. Jnlicr Worth Tlchenor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Mondny In Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny in AuCoroner E. P. Rodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st Mondny In December. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April nnd E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sandc-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Routo 3. Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav diploma oxnmlnntlon. Uenvcr Dam nnd Fordsvillo. er Dam. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school 3rd District Q. B. Brown. Slmmoni. 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. town. May 1C nnd 17 County teachors 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - examination. (White) Hartford. town. May, 23 nnd 21 County teachers' (Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvillo. June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd State 8Ui District B. C. Rhondes, Hnrt teachers' examination (white) Fords ford, Routo G. villo. Juno, 27 and 2S County nnd HARTFORD. Rtnto teachers' examination (colored Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartrord. Clerk J. A. Howard. July. Ohio County Instltuto, Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casehier. Sopt., 19 nnd 20 County nnd ROCICPORT. Stato teachers' examination, (whlto) Ch'm'n. Bonrd James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 20 and 27 County and State Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. cachcrs' examination (colored) Marshal Will Langford. - w I" a m ja tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cat P. Koown, added that, while of Hartford. course tho Premier "cannot hind himself to go to America nt tho time 1st Monday In March 13 days Com'th. and Clvll. when his presence in Franco Is particularly necessary, it may ho possible let Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. to nrrango things, and St. Clemen-cea- u 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. will ho unlikely to remain Htntositiiin, M. Hntln Paris, Aug S. The presence of T'romlor Cloinrnronu nt the first Oen-erAssembly of the League of Nations nt Washington Is strongly urRocl In American qunrtcrs, according to Marcul Hntln, of tho Echo le Paris, who said his Inforninnt is n French nl r--s ZJh-- Z--, nM did They Win You On Quality! Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette Bite is eliminated and there is a cheerful absence of any unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or any unpleasant cigaretty odor! ! Urf5gflBnd! ..!?ntTTn to tho pressing lnvitntions ho is getting from America." As to tho dato of tho assembly, it U snld an axchnngo of views between tho Allied Governments now Is going on. In some qunrtcrs there Is somo sentiment In favor of delaying tho mcotlng until a program is drawn up. but others, tho French, express tho opln'lor the assembly should be hold this fnl", so that n program of guiding prln clples could be firmly established. well-arrang- 20. ly -- 18 cents a package Camet are aoJd everywhere in scientifically aeahd packages of '20 cigarette; or ten package 200 cigarette) in a Alanine' paper covered carton. We strongly rec ommend this carton for the home or office supply or whan you tra vaL Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! full-bo- CASTOR IA For Infants and Children Always beats the Signature of dy In Use For Over 30 Years GdifMj&u INDIAN SQUAW'S WISDOM. jvr- Out among the Pilchuck Indians In Washington, the thrift habit has taken hold like a forest fire and tho habits of wastefulness which are a tradition with the American Indian ore rapidly being set aside for habits of thrift. One of th,.' mo. aitlve Vim.Uc-- j for thrift among this tilbe Is Pilchucl: Julia, an aged squaw, who is looked upon by her people as a seeress of great wisdom. When Julia savs "save" her worshiping folluweis know it is "good medicine," and move their moccasins to the local War Savings Stamp headquarters to buy Thrift and War Savings Stamps. Recently Fred W. Graham, state director of the National Thrift Campaign, journeyed to the Pilchuck reservation and decorated Julia with tho "Order of tho Thrifty". When the director pinned a gaudy War Savings Stamp button upon tho aged eeeress's coat, she smiled and said: "Heap big snows are coming. Better save for the Great Cold." And the braves and squaws who bad asscmheld to witness the ceremony of decorating Julia nodded their heads solemnly In assent. C'urn For Dysentery. "While 1 was in Ashland, Kansas, a gentleman overheard mo speaking of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes William Whltelav, of Des Moines, Iowa. "He told me in detail of what it had done for hU family, but moro especially his daughter, who was lying at the point of death with a violent attack of dysen tery, and had been given up by the family physician. Some of his neighbors advised him to give Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, which ho did, and fully bolloves that by doing so saved the life of his child. He stated that he had also used this remedy himself with equally gratifying results. in London, Aug Sth., The surrender of Gen. Kruska, commnnder of tho German prison camp nt Knlser, has been demanded by tho Allies as tho Camels will first of tho enemy officials to be tried 0 for violations of international law during tho war, according to a CoR. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. penhagen dispatch to tho Kxchango Winston-SaleTelegraph Company, quoting Berlin N. C. advices. Gen. Kruska Is accused of having been responsible for nn epidemic of typhus fover at the Kaiser camp, which caused tho deaths of 3,000 prisoners. war, but as business conditions re- - available all the year around. If French adjust themselves prices will gradu- - you have been buying them regardless 'of hot weather and vacation time ally become normal again. Thus the purchaser of Savings next year your vacation will bo all a tho better because you'll have some-mucStamps may reasonably expect greater return than the interest thing substantial to enjoy it on. allows, at the time of maturity. Has It ever occurred to you that a money in DOCTOR WAKXKD HIM AOAIXST Worn-orange wasts TAKING QUIXIXK. SAID IT WOULD burning too much fuel and spoiling CAUSK PKRMAXKXT DKAKNHSS food? A rango expert who will hae charge of tho MAJESTIC DEMOX- New Braunfels, Texas, Nov. 7 1905. STRATION during tho week com-D- r. J. C. Mendenhall, Evansville, rnencing August ISth, will show you Ind. Dear Sir: "For nearly seven how the MAJESTIC rango cuts down months I had a peculiar trouble in household expenses. , my right ear which caused deafness. e. P. BARNES & BRO.. . I consulted a specialist and ho pro- Beaver Dam, Ky. nounced it to be a formation of lime ' in some tube or blood vessel which 1P,T pu,., .,..,. him prevented sufficient clrculatli and WIIKV BITING IS GOOD If you suffer from any very little or nothing could be done Ache or Pain, take One or me not to for it. He also warned VpnilnvlB. p., . AllB. of take quinine as it would make a bad thQ best fgh st(jrlea of tho season Two of matter wore. ueueving mat my rnmoa np....roril e(1Ilntv. ,vhero trouble was of malarial origin I be- - a man owng a pet ca,.p Whcnever Chill .t jo (,osiros tQ gQ fJghlng he (Ugs a fow gan to take Mendenhull' , th , Feer Tonic as you recommended it t, to be taken where quinine vas contra- tho occupied by tho carp. Unk Indicated. To my delight I Improv- - pet fish grabs them, the man takes tu irom uie sian anu ui turn h,g baU an( tack,0 aml proeeeil8 AS days later, am entirely rid of nenregt flshng pJace. ,f on o I took, in all, six bottles trouble. tfce oth(jr haml ,h(J carp passeg them and will take It awhile yvery seventh up, tho man stays at homo. As a reday to prevent a return." Very tru sult, this man returns with a fine ly yours, J. Glesecke. Editor New catch every time ho makes a trip to Braunfols Weekly. Sold by Ohio his favorito fishing stream, so ho They seldom fail to Relieve County Drug Co. says. a Give Camels the stiflest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter im:m.xd gkkman who caus. KI K,000 1'ItlSO.V DKATIIS how liberally you smoke they not tire your taste! 7-- h ut s S JN. Mothers use f WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY Will Master You m If You Don't Master Pain g iui me umurei AV 'tfCAjra mm A- iWrevS VefMii u6e C-"-V. ed ffigwft couthi, palm EtLHaVaV rr y tt A Trstbeni WEAK for LUNGS or -- CONSUMPTIOH FOR ONE MONTH (eellnc, A quick rrliel (or that lired. In chctl. nicht awrata. weak lunct or coniumplloo. II notbtlp yeu il coala you aotblof. hemor-rhaie- Y II A Safe, nono Remedy for Worms you. Keep a alwayi nn hand. It will help keep tho UlUa oiif liappy and hralUiy. 'Oc. a bottle at jotr drn srltt'a or general store ; or It your dealer can't auppty you end hl name and 23c. In aUntr and we'll xinU yeu a botU prompUy. .,,, Seventy. ne Tean contlnn cm ue ! thn lint tmtlmonlal FKEVS VKKMirUUK cau oScr M OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUS Lock f oox oir dot a. ,, .... n-- E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. Eetri! r ' Succeed when everythlnr; else falls. In nctvoui prostration and ftmale veaknesse they ariv the BUpriinr remedy, ox ihousand3have testified. FOPJ iriMM.TV . $1,000,000 For Big Hop. . o . MY a and do not contain any Habit-formin- g HEAD! ' Wlion tlio head feels nehes, when out-of-sor- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggis s counter. Men AUn STOMACH TROUBLE Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO Ri A FOR Tho flight of tho NC-- 4 across the Atlantic coai wie unueu ouues. uu London, Aug. 9 Tho Bolshevlki told, about $1,000,000. This Includes aro 8Uffcrlng a shortag0 of munitions. tne cost ot pianos anu equipment, ior ,)avo been obllReil t0 ceaso Th which $60,000 was spent, about 'oporntlOM aRa,n8t th0 troops of for experiments and tho rest m,ra, Kolchnkf hea(1 0f tho maintaining the patrol of destroy- - j,an Govornmont at 0,nsk, according ers which marked the route across aivleea rcGolved hero I tue occan- Tho Mohammedans of Northwest- and Turkestan are rising Apply a cotton'cl'oth wet with Ba'- - rn Persia ual"st "e "olshevlki because of lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds. conscription, "conl- nt10" burns, sores or blisters, and lug to dispatches from Simla, India. note Its wonderful healing power. It Price Is prompt and very effective. 25c. COc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold INDIANA CROPS HARD HIT HY JULY DROUTH m, bv Ohio County Drug Co. y. ro-cu- ts. MUNITIONS SHORTAGE STOPS RUSSIAN REDS ' drugs. rH- r ' riGS thick or f Every Woman Wanted ts V SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ono feels nil 00 Hardening (ARTERIO-SCLEROSI- is the signal that poisons arc accumu- contDd tonRtic it pcrliaps a n.iiwnr'iiMmmirinn FOR PrpertMjti sArterieS Auto-intoxicati- on lating in the system, nnd should bo cleaned out pelyic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-matioitecommended Ly Lydio. E. rinkhnm Med. Co. for ten ycart. A Iiealitic wonder for nanl catarrh, aoro throat and lore oye Economical. Hll vtvatiiliai bu fll dmtiiiti. or pr.ril ty I '"if't." L n. a lJiajoIvctl in wntcr for rlouche tivrtrrjn IIM otopf im.i Physicians havo found a most effective nnd satisfactory remedial agent in "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the nt niifp. THK 1011) DOLLAR IN 1021. DO YOU STAND T1IK TEST? Hero's a thought tlmt niny not havo recurred to you In selling Savings Stumps: Dollars saved now will be worth half ugalu as much In five ears. This Is tho rather startling in economics utatoiuent of experts who are studying tho present financial condition of the country. Whit is meant is that tho buying power of a dollar will bo lucre ased by so much in that spaco of time. At present, conditions aro far from normal, owing to tho world-wid- e of fects of tho war, but all uuthorltios agree that theso abnormal conditions will gradually disappear and thut tho dollar of 1024 will go much further, as a purchasing medium, than tho dollars spunt The value of all Maple has always ortd immedlatgly following a to-da- Tho manufacture! of a certain food product advertises that his goods will stand tho test of hot weather thoy aro made of tho right ma-eri- so Ho moans that his goods aro us stablo for use in hot weuther as In more moderate temperatures that hot weather does not afiect them or mm break thorn down. If this weio nc true his product would not havo us Tho dlbtlnctlon of bolng tho only as wldo n salo becauso pooplo do not witness to tho signing of tho Peace buy pioducts which cau not stund Treaty of 1919, who uUo saw tho weather tests. blgniug of tho ponco pact that brought Do you slump In tho summer or aro tho Frunca-Pruss'Ia- n War to u closo you mado of tho right material which in 1871, belongs to Lord Dunrnvon, Kt.uuls all tho tests? of London. His presenco at tho reIf you havo quit saving becauso cent signing was nt tho special reIt ik hot weather, you aro not mudo quest o( Queen Mary and King of thu right materia). George. Lord Dunruvon is 77 years War Saving and Tin Kt Stamps ure old. Indianapolis, Aug. 9. July drouth conditions wore very disastrous to all growing crops in this stato, according to tho report of tho Indiana cooperative crop reporting servlco isPractically all crops sued show a decided deterioration from tho July ropoit. Spring wheat seems to havo been hit harder than any of tho other crops, with whlto potatoes running a clftso becond. to-da- y. EYONKt or fortifying whatever. 4 Spring without any condensing Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water 64 Doses $1.00 Prescribed also by physicians for indigestion, constipation, rheumatic affections, MTnV pressure andhigh blood skin affecU wl 'aWr tions. Money back if mkCkA not satisfied. va 'L-- can be best ascribed to our own neglect or carelessness. When the organs fail in the discharge of their duties, tho putrefactive germs set in and generate toxins actual poisons, which fill ono's own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing of tho face, extreme lassitude, biliousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of the stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, anemia, loss of weight and muscular power, decrease of vitality or lowering of resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of tho eye, dyspepsia, . indigestion, gastritis, many forms of catarrh, usthma, ear affections and allied ailmcnUs result from auto-intoxicati- on orself-poisonin- USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, ' g. through .rcription or direct at your driiKiiUts'. 1TCC uoomci uu Obtaincil request. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. May-appl- e, Tako castor oil, or procure at tho drug store, a pleasant vegetable laxative, ctillcd Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, composed of aloes and jalap, I (Incorporated) i!: csi Owemboro, rMfc3'-"-,- fp Ky. llurtford ItcpuMicnn, $1.50 per )e:ir Peel ripht nit tho time. Don't lay oU from work for days by taking calornol whn pleasant Lie- - Ver-Lo- x keeps yo on your feet, whilorclieviiigyour trou,lx lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't niTord it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bya tctn and relieves constipation. A nafc ural remedy, natural in us actions, sum in ita eiTcct nnd certain in results. 1 won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vc-La- x will completely utspiuco calomel in ever homci Children can tako it freely anij with perfect safety. Every Ixittlo 50c and $1 in bottles. Non genuino without tho likeness nnd Biciix turo of I K. Grlgsby, For sale by r " M, WILUAM8, . Urtxor, Kj, ifuar-antec- V . I ' have reached a considerable) size, thoy begin to Injuro his crop Immediately upon hatching from tho egg. Thoy equipment, which will glvo ainplo should bo detected nnd combated, l'OTATOKS PROPKRI.V Ithoroforc, while young and small, so MTTI.K space and accomodations. STOItlll) I.OSK Tho National Swlno Show Is a that time, labor, and material, as round-u- p of tho best hogs ot tho va- well ns crop1, may bo saved. Pototocs proporly stored should not breeds na well as n full exhibirious suatnln a loss htroughout tho wlntor tion of allied lines, such ns feed, TrrnliiiiMit For DIscjim's Comiuon oaaon of moro than fi per rent, nnd Among FimN. work, uieat equipment, flxporlni'-nta- l iiiulor exceptionally good conditions nnd meat demonstrations, Judging, not moro than .1 or 4 per cent, ac- etc. All diseased birds should ho isocording to HpcclallstB of tho United County ngchts aro cspcclnlly In- lated. of Agriculture States Department Colds nnd Roupc Disinfect tho vited to glvo closo nttcntlon ta this Tho maximum return from tho crop fihow nnd to make county farm u drinking water as follows: To each nftor It Is produced depends on tho exhibits, cither collectively or gallon ot water add ono tnblcspoon-fu- l caro with which tho potntoes are har- individually by tho owners. of sodium sulphlta or as much vested, stored, graded, sacked and tho For premium list nd other In- potassium permanganate ns will Ability of tho grower to sell nt tho formation, write to W. J. Cnrmlclincl. on tho surfaco of a dime. most advantageous time. Chicken Pox Put a touch of lodin Secretary, G7 West Van Hurcn fit . d ot tho Chicago, III. Approximately on each sore and apply carbolatcd moln potato crop Is marketed nt harvaseline. vest tlmo, nnd tho rcmnlnder Is storGapes. Fresh ground nnd vigorImportance Of Cleanliness. ed as a rescrvo supply for wlntor and Everything nbout n poultry houso ous cultivation will often remedy this spring It Is physically Impossible, alifittlft lin 1mit rnn twin n 11 V nlitntl. Ad trouble, which Is caused by small ah well ns economically undesirable, n llroppIl)B, H,10Illll ,)0 rcmovcd gapoworms that live in the soil nnd to attempt to market the entire crop, tho nccmulntIon of cx. attach thomselves to the inside of Hi tho autumn, and he only way In cromont ,, paraH,tC8( contnml. tho throat. which potatoes can bo handled sue- -' nntog th(j a e Diarrhoea In Hens nn1 hrQwU cont n uniform ct,.Hfully. so as o Insure , lmvo ,)cml wheat flour or middlings ls good for After w ,, fliipply, Is to provide ufflclcnt storage clcnn tcaspoonful of castor BhouM )Q prnk,od this trouble. th on tho farm or at tho shipping stat on wUh rMd duHtf c()n, (igR3( lam, png oil containing fivo drops ot oil of turfor from CC to 7G por cent of tho or nMnckC(, ,mo to nI)Sorb tho pentine to ench fowl Is also good. crop 'liquid excrement. Nests In which Humblefoot When tho feet are Prions types of storage places aro mnlnrlni i, a. badly suollco, a Miinll cut shoui'i be now In use, ranging from pits or ed should bo cleaned out and new made with n clean, sharp knife nnd cheaply constructed dugouts to largo, straw put In about once every three tho pus removed. Wash tho wound storage houses. or ub.,tnntlally-buil- t four weeks, or oftenor If It becomes out with cqunl parts of hydrogen 1'laiiH for the construction of storago damp or dirty. peroxide and water, greaso with houses nro given In tho department's The quarters should be thoroughly vaseline, and bandage. Farmers' Hulletln 87 I. A tcaspoonful of casLimbornock whitewashed at least once a year, late .Moderate Temperature Xeressnry in summer or early fall. Tho whlte- - tor oil given to tho fowl will someFor successful storage, tho tubers MMmli nnn lin nimln liv slnrlrliur limn In times effect a cure. must bo protected from extremes ot mmnR Scaly legs Apply vaseline conlh,nn,nB ,0 nmI com ami neai; a lompcnuurc ,Uiq o conslstency for nppyinB, taining 2 por cent of crcnlln to tho (j 35 to 40 degrees F Is considered affected parts and after 24 hours n(,Ht(jn f , ounce, of ventilation Sufficient isfactory. soak In warm water. Repeat treatto Rnllon of w,lUowh w must bo provided to romovo foul ulr Increase Its disinfecting power. T.ie ment until cured. Tho htorago nnd excessive moisture. For a detailed discussion of the juns should bo plowed occasionally l ...1 ..nt ..u iiouso musti 1... .. vunw..u I.U tl onIor to bury tho accumulated foregoing and other poultry diseases, light, mako it possible to exclude the "Imml ,so lo turn up frcsh request Farmers' ISulletin .. ns tne muio quaiuy in iiuiuiui-- unit- portant Poultry Diseases," ftcmi the ly deteriorates in mo iiriii, United States Department of The tubers should bo dry nnd rea Destruction ot grasshopper eggs by sonably freo from dirt when put Into fall plowing, disking, or harrowing storago; an excess ot moistuio oi ?oilg rocomilIcnlo(l" whero ,)racticablc, When feeding wet mashes to fowls, increases mo amouiu oi nem m m-- be sure that they arc crumbly and not ly stored potatoes. Tho soil trail to Plonty ot exercise Increases n fno fc,d of CQrn ,n Ul(j sticky. fill up the spaces between the tubors,S()uth AUnntlc S(nteg Ls hmim off tho egg yield. thus cutting off air circulation nnd helping to retain heat that would oth ing season. Examination will show Pop Coi a As Food. escape. All diseased, badly erwl-- e Upsides being a feourco of enterthat tho stalks had been weakened by cut, or bruised tubers should bo ro- insects boring into them. The dam-ag- o tainment for tho children, pop corn, unded from tho crop before putting d cooked which Is tho corn kernel was dono by a palo, it into "torage. whole, instead of being ground and caterpillar, tho larger corn-stal- k It is a common practico for thon cooked, obviously has a high L'rnwora nnd shinners to storo food value, as well ns a good taste potatoes in bins to a depth of 10 to grasshoppers aro not usu- - nnd when properly prepared for the This Is nlmost certain to ally noticed by tho farmer until they table It may acceptably take tho If, feet entail n much heavier shrinkage loss place of many of tho breakfast foods than when stored to u depth ot not now on the market. Pop corn may moro than C feet. Tho heavior bo eaten with milk nnd sugar like shrinkuge is the result of tho greater other breakfast cereals, or tho parchamount of heat generated by n lnrgo ed kernels which do not "pop out" pilo of potatoes, which results In a 'can be ground llko coffee, and eaten higher amount of moisture loss ns j with cream nnd sugar or can be boilwell as a heavier loss from decay, as ed with water and served like heat and moisture both help to develop organisms causing tuber rots. Frequently the losses sustained when Girls Must Look To Their Iiimrels. the potatoes arc stored under theso i Tho canning demonstration conditions reach 25 per cent, nnd first prizo at tho Montana Stato whero rigid caro has not been cxcr.Fair last fall was put on by a hlgh-- I clsed to remove all dlsonsed tubers school boy, a member of tho boys' and Mrs. F. M. Jones, of lieforo storing the crop tho loss is ovgirls club conducted by tho United Palmer, Okla., wriles: en greater. It Is ndvlsablc, thereStates Department of Agriculture and great"From the time I enfore, to pile tho potatoes not the State Agriculture College. Mke-Iwlstered into womanhood er than 5 or C feet deop, and tho floor the first prize in the bread .ii....,,.ui,Mu nt tin' bin should not I looked with dread ono from went to a boy from one month to the bo greater than 12 by 12 feet, unless g , the samo high school. Both lads wero next. I suffered with my prowded Willi n series m yuiiuiuuub over 17. Ono ot tho Ideals ot the back and bearing-dow- n shafts or division walls for tho escape leaders In the club work is to socialize was pain, until life to me of moisture nnd heat. tho members, as they believe a hapa misery. I would think pier nnd moro successful homo life 1 could not endure the How We Lend In Swine. is obtained when tho man Is familiar pain any longer, and I Of cattle tho world contains probwith the woman's work, and vice praduallv cot worse. . . tho ably 475 million head, of which Nothing seemed to help V, United States has about me until, one day, . . . apOf sheep tho world contains County Agents Cheap At Pilco I decided to proximately 500 million head, of Tho price of a good cigar once a nbout which tho United States lias year Is all that it costs tho farmers out t nth in many counties to have tho benefits In tho O' swlno the world contains of county agents, is tho way the Rood nctehborno id of ISO million bond, of Cnrpcntor, of Mansfield, Ohio, treaswhich tho Inliod States contains urer of tho Ameilcau Shorthorn more than Breeder's Association, put It recently nu-irIn otlwv words, swlno uro loss in addressing a large gathering at. a , hi-than cither sheep or cattle in Shorthorn sale in Oklahoma. the world .1 large, hu! r.ro more nu- nirrou . t.u.i ounor in uio uiim-Home Supplies HotiM At Snlu Sta'r Home bureau women in Otsebo WomaE's clawcs may bo cousll-enOr tho County, N. V., decided It would bo to way: In this thoir ndvnntago to buy oan rubbers "I took four bottles," In cattlo lie Unltod Statos Is second Accordingend dyes cooperatively. Mrs. Jones goes on to to India, with throo other countries, ly 1,752 dozons of ran rubbers have say, "and was not only Itu-h- , liraull and Argentlnu, followboon purchased at n saving of $S7 00 relieved, but can yrc-l- ly ing truthfully say that I liavo and 20S packages of ilys at n sav In sheep tho United States Ib boc-onot a pain. . . ing ot $.:!. to Australia, with Argentina, " It has now been two piincl-pa- l Itu- - ia, mid New Zealand, the When baby is suffering the dou-bl- o years since 1 tookCardui, competitors. r'if'i affliction of hot woather and bow-and 1 am still in good In swlno the United States is onsl- disorders, tho remedy needed In health. . . 1 would adly fir t, and tills yoar has moio hogs McGeo'e Unby Elixir. It reducos the vise any woman or girl corrects the foverlsh condition, than her 10 noart competitors all j to use Cardul who is a combined. Tho closost of those aro ( stomach and checks looseness of tho KKXTUCKV CORN AND sufferer from any female , Brazil, Germany and Itussla. bowels. Price 25c and 50c por botrouble." WJIKA.T CROPS SHORT So tho gruator nbundanco ot swine If you sulfcrpain caused ttle Sold by Ohio County Drug Con.-pandlf-- j n from womanly trouble, or ls porhaps tho most notoworthy Frankfort, Ky Aug. 9 Prospects mm if you feel the- need of a ferenco betweon tho meat rosourcos ll1fi?( nlllftV ' t 'Why I Put Up With Huts For Years,' mo for a short yield of corn in Kengood strengthening tonic X uiuiuu omiuo mill uu;t """" ci lite 1t..ll-- .l Otninn u tucky, especially in tho corn bolt in Writes X. Windsor, Fainter. to build up yourrun-d- o wn countries. "Years ago I bought some rat poi- tho western part of tho Stato, accord- system, take the advice son, which nearly killed our fino ling to the Commissioner ot Agrlcul-'tur- o of Mrs. Jones. Try Cartoil) ShIiio SIiow. Cohen's latest crop report. watch dog. It so beared us that wo dul. It helped Iter. We Tho National Swine Growers' suffered a long tlmo with rats until Sorghum is almost a failure hemp is believe it will help you. will hold Its annual bwlue better oft, nnd dark tobacco P 'little my neighbors told mo nbout show and exhibition nt Des Moines, That's tho sure rat klllor and has suffered sovoroly. Rurloy, how- September 29tU to October 4th. Iowa, All a safe one." Threo sizes, 25c, 50c, over, shows a slight improvement ovEntries close Soptomber 13th. J. 63 Sold and guaranteed by J. P. er last month. Tho State over, tho $1.00 Nearly twonty thousand dollars u Casebler, Acton liros., Taylor's Drug condition ot corn is 74 por cent as offeree In prizes. Araitgeuients have & Duke, Walker 'against an average ot 94 heretofore. Store, Williams made with the Iowa State Falrj been My i tie. buildings aud " The very wet weather of the early to utllizo all ot tho FARM DEPARTMENT. GALLON us bit--ca- lii ono-thlr- fr ,,,, ,, Low-grad- are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ! I BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fic, IN stock:. have something to SELL or any- thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE' If You ,.... sal-JTh- ,,,, I I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. "'.in ,,,,,., 9.-i- 7 Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , dark-spotte- t t HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t com-mrrrl- nl i Life I Was a Misery ... o. on ' I h. TAKE today! fBT somegoing to You're - . con-fddirj- ono-thlr- d. cr nl The Tonic 1 just right. Because Lucky Strike cigarettes give you the good, wholesome call Lucky Strikes flavor of toasted Burley tobacco. Guaranteed by . M J-- nu & y &wJ lUsrlCCVl (X! ol j y. ', - m ItAT-SNA- Druggists J and tho crop is but 74 per cont, which (3 wooks of oxtronioly dry woather that year. followed made tho season unfavorable. FOR FUtCHER'S Wheat did not como up to expectations, Commissioner Cohen reports, tho State average bolng given at TAXES DUE. eleven bushels less than lust mouth's Stato, County and Common school estimate. Condition of hay Is 93 per cent with an estlmato yield of tax bills, for tho present year have l.G tons per acre. Second cuttitig of beon placed in my bauds for collec alfalfa will yield a ton an acre, It Is i tion Cash ls needed with which tq Is. pay running espouses. Coma Condition ot fruits estlmuted. got your tax bill whllo it may GG per cent, whllo melons given at aro.igurcd at 69, Condition ofpo-tatoe- s urocured at cost. S. A. nRATCHER, is given at 72 per cent, and . Sheriff ot Ohio Couuty. the estimated acreage of the second spring retarded planting Children Cry CASTORIA w vr " ' - " fMf dividual, ho roso In tho .'in.'nolnl world to bo tho scconl 'vmuhiost person In tho United Stato.v,and could have rally outstripped tho othcj in McPIuko.) (Dy Pluko dividual had ho not rehired jsonjo luu grcatoaf off successes wore years Attn. His It fortunes nnd monoy away. In bo bom to glvo his made up of desires .tlioro would a tho tuat ho failed, still having .quite, between bnttlo never-endin- g low millions when tho end came. STRAY STREAKS 444 Pr il fr T1 h t Great MAJESTIC Range wishers o 1 in Mack Foglc says Doc Plrllo got RAHNKTT iioih , ., STILL IN SERVICE ,iv nn,l nullnil his NU1U Ul illlll tw... "" wisdom teeth, nnd ho hain't knowed Word hns been received here by nuthln much over since. Mrs. C. M. Harnett that both of hor E. L., who Wf know of somo men who asplro sons, Captain A. J. and time ago, v,u olnlwinrila In tlm WnVWnrd. arrived In tho States somo i. to permanent . i inn.n in ihn rlne. In'havo been ordered tho dovil, would j quarters, with their regiments. Capt n boxing bout with A. J. Harnett Is new at Fort Dodge. nuvor ect as much as ono glove on. Iowa. While Capt. B. L. Harnett Camp Travis, I notice that tho Loulsvlllo Times In 'has been ordered to of tho robbery Tex. Both of the soldiers are with reporting tho incident army units, and It Is suppos-Motidaof thr bank at South Carrollton, regular bandits escaped led that they arc In tho service said the the river into Indiana. Hoosler imancntly. vnnnrlnr W"""'III.. (I, II. liilll.M'..-- ) I'njll. Tim irn man and tho Meat man arc Dr. J. Henry Harnes died at ni, in nn rnannnt. When .1.. v,.,v ihrnw a chunk of ico or a piece 'home In Enid, Okla., last Friday, of to a of meat called for, on tho scales they an affection of the heart duo typhoid. Dr novor miss tho guess far enough to previous attack of have to go back after the second Harnes specialized In the treatment, J ...! itiinfiidnna UIUII fc.mw j w, .. ., illlll IFfrUl IUIUIM nnnn flin OVf. P.Tr. piece nf cither. throat nnd nose. Ills success has Tho deceased was a Aloe Porter wont to Loulsvlllo tho been marked. a Circuit Court 'son of Mr. Joe A. Harnes. (deceased) If othor day to attend Prentiss, and was a graduate of Clerk's meeting and at the last mo-'- ' thought best that Hartford College." He lenses survlv-j- $ moat Miss Porter sho go along to 'tend to Alec. Wojlng, a widow ana tour cuiiuren. feel sort of sorry for Alec, but con-- j into Mrs. Porter on her very, V. S. DEAD IX FRANCE CAX HE DROUGHT HACK good Judgment. very n.. Bargain Week Special Demonstration and Bargain Sale of ..,i MAJESTIC RANGES At Our Store One Week Only y, ; per-ncro- ss .... August 18 to vi. rr iv 1 ' ii To be truly economical there should be a TTCiJI&lir "iUlltillii u dH 23 i x. Majestic in your kitchen. Economy is not merely spending money buying a range at too low a price is indeed false economy. The First cost isnot the only cost the little additional first cost of a Majestice is nothing compared with its economy of fuel, durability and satisfactory service. Nearly a million Majestic Ranges, now economically, i j 'lA-AND IT'S WELL WORTH THE BARGAIN YOUR WHILE! Through special arrangements with the manufacturers, and during this Bargain Week only, a beautiful, useful and substantial set of Cooking Ware will be given with every Majestice Range sold. This ware is good ware (not cheap ware) it's worth a lot to you. Come and see for yourself. of iinrpinfnrn stated, there i hn mi In all misfortune. When ,.mr ray wire trys to get me to work In the garden and I tell her that I can't possibly do so for lack of time, John Henry is not hero to butt In with tho remark that he can spare me from the that we are in good shape &o., and thereby leave mo without an Ril,'j Apparently 0 law prohibiting removal of the bodies of American soldier dead from French soil "for : poriod of three years from January ,1, 1019." o, The House Foreign Affairs had been informed that such nilttce a law existed, but Secretary Lansing y j wrote that Chairman Porter while a bill along this line had been MiBtor Alec Curtis is smoling smiles Introduced in tho French Chamber that water and bricks can ef faceth- of Deputies, it had not yet been acted not, ongino trouble and arising be- upon. The Foreign Affairs Committee has fore day doth not obliterate, or in before it a resolution proposing tho anywise affect his Only immediate return of the bodies of the and beaming countenance. of all thing3 American soldiers killed in the war. limo the eradicator earthy, and of the earth, may have nnmer to remove the aforesaid smiles. PERSONAL NEWS We know not whereof, nor the wherewo can only guess. AND SOCIAL EVENTS fores, but a, Washington, Aug. - there is no French- scientifically and satisfactorily serving millions and millions of people, civilians and soldiers, is proof positive of their superiority over all others. There is only one best. The public has judged. The Majestic is recognized as the standard of all ranges. The construction, material, workmanship and beauty of this wonderful range is unequalled, and it embodies important features possessed by no other range. I A ! And Remember The price of a Majestic Range this week will notbe jc a v..v.. increased, ami iiieiu wm years to come, if ever, but there may be an infor crease soon. Your Opportunity is Here Com-otfic- to-da- t t uiv s" At our store during our Majestic Bargain Week. It's your chance to get acquainted with real facts about ranges. We assure you it will be worth your while to investigate. TWO NEW AMD IMPORTANT FEATURES Oh Joy! Top Needs No Blacking The Wonderful Unseen Riveting A smooth, highly polished cooking top, burnished just like the old Majestic, but the Yes, it's rivet-tigh- t, of nickled parts, leaving nickel rivets clinch inside blue, not only adds to the beauty of the Majestic, but smooth as glass, and there are no big, bulky absolutely eliminates the work, dirt and worry of tryon the inside. And, remember, rivets hold ing to keep the range looking nice just an occasiontight; bolts with only one or two threads holding are to work lose and cause no end of trouble. The bound al thin coat of paraffin retains its beautiful velvet Majestic is smooth inside and outside it's a striking blue color. beauty more than skin deep. If you haven't a Majestic, avail yourself of this opportunity to get acquainted with this wonderful range. Know tho inside of ranges. bolt-heads smilo-be-spatter- t t ' ii Now, that the W. C. T. U., generalhave ly known as croasuil Mr. John Harleycorn's still, white hands on his once proud breast, havo iiaid the last rites and sung the great dirge o'er his bier, thoy are now turning their attention to tho And. I nf "terbacker." want t tell you right now. they are fixing to mako this community lose the bust and most faithful fisherman over turned looio in it. White-rlbboners, exter-tninTiiii- m Prof. J. Frank Bruner, who has just completed the course In Agriculture at Kentucky State University, has returned to this place and is whipping things into shape for the opening of the local High School, September 1st. , ; sold their property on Washington ,. .,. ir ,. UilU HI.... -, wl... .111. IV. I. 111 IV. .v..b .. leave about September the 1st for WANTED. Greenville, Ohio where they expect to mako their home. 7ill pay S14.00 per pound tor wild ginseng, Golden Seal (Yellow The Hank of Hartford and the Root) $4.00. Must bo free of dirt and dry, parcel post shipments ac Ohio County Drug Company havo rooted. Check sent on samo day purchased lighting plants and are in stalling same. The installation of shlpiuunt arrives. new and modern machinery by both C H. WHITE, of these firms makes it necessary that Bateetown, Ky. 5t8 they have day current. I'KOF. WILLIAMS AT T1IK COUKTIIOUSK . We have bougnt out tho store of J. C. Her and will certainly appreOn Thursday night, at tho Court ciate all tho business you can turn House, a largo audience, of both white our way. Wo may mako somo mis and colored, lteard Prof. Williams, takes, but will gladly correct them If instructor of tho colored Teachers' wo do. Institute, deliver ono of his most SIDNEY WILLIAMS, rnastoily addresses. The subject was KDWAHD DUKE "The Meaning of Education." Wo aro confident that all who heard 25 Farm For Sale 120 acres. thin address caji, with out hesitation, acres In bottom and remainder up- say that Prof. Williams is ono of tho jland, well watered, good Improve j;reat men of tho negro-racments in sight of church and school ? house, and ! miles from Hartford. IX COL'XTV COURT. Price 2,10U. Tepiia easy. CHAS. WHODIIBY, Wattle E. Laws recently qualified 7t3p H. 1, Hartford, Ky. as Adm'r. of the estate of John O. Laws, ileceabcd. Central City camo over to McIIenry Otis C ark has been appointed and last Sunday and annexed a, splendid qualified as administrator of James , Mn. A. Clark Henry Hoys, to the tune of G to 3. qualified as V C Pierce has It was a fine gamo from start to guardian of Myron Lester Pierce. poor break of luck as finish and only the C.'.'orgo P. Cooper qualified kept tho Ohio County team from EUUidlnn ot Lula Wolf Cooper. i ' ,,,. ,f-..- ,,,, .... ,- IL-- O $ JUL jjp BROTHER AILNESDAM, KY. BEAVER respective notice. voting places, as per fu : : : : t 4..; ift&SAftSSftAAaSiSSAft AT STATE HEADQUARTERS ture advertisements Watch for the A5AAAft54ftSft! J 0 Republican Campaign Managers Are Planning a Vigorous Campaign for the Fall Elections. Republican btate headquarters on the third floor of the Republic building u few steps from the Vatteron Hotel In Louisville ure teeming wlib uctlvlty. The complete state organization i being rapidly effected in preparation lor an active campaign to be conduct- ed with vigor until tho election on Noember 1. Organization, speakers', publicity and oilier bureaus liuvo been establishpromotion of the Reed nnd state-widpublican cause Is now being carried e D. E. WAIlD, Tax Commissioner. Ohio Co. FOR SALE 120 acres of land 2Vi miles from Hartford near the graded road. Has flvo room house, 8 acres in orchard and is well watered. A good stock farm. Will bo sold at a bargain. Seo, CAL P. KEOWN ! j J I 4? i Burglar 0 0 0 0 0 & & Jj q i I J I Insurance I3 V' to 0 J 0 0 & e. -- ;OLDA ItALEV. Already the campulgn tours ot candidates and well kuown breakers within the party ranks aro belug arranged nnd by election day every section ot Kentucky will be given an opporluult ,., ii,.m- - tlm lirinclnles for which the party candidates stand declared from tin- - lilatforius. Publicity of a convincing nature I Indus: outlined. Facts ami figures will ol be produced to show the the Democratic ijarty that lias plunged the state deeper Into debt and ba placed tremendous burdens upon tti o What Your Neighbors Say J 0 & & 0 b J. D. WILLIAMS & O Joy5 No moro stovo blacking. Mbf Oolda Ualoy, adopted daugh- Tho new smooth finish MAJESTIC ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haley, ranges at E. I'. UAHNES & IJRO'S. of Louisville, died August 6th, of btoro have special burnished blue li:onbiul pneumonia. Her remains cookliiK tops that need no blacking w;ro buried In Cavo Hill cemetery on Just an occablonal application of paratllin retains their beautiful smooth tho following day. Tho young girl was 14 years old, blue color. Jui:t emerging into womanhood. Sho Mr. Jeff Wilson, of Pontlac, Miss., was the elder of thrco slstors adoptago by Mr. and Mrs. Joined Mrs. WIlsou hore last Frldny, ed r.oioc years for a short visit to Mrs. Wllson'a Haley parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Uennett. UNIQUE CHAItACTKK DEAD. The Mississippi visitors will go from Minra In Dawson Surlmrs. Monday, for The death of Andrew Carneglo, at a stay of ouo week. From thenco ono Ohio the recognized Iron master Mr. Wilson will return to bU homo of tho continent, marks tho passing and Mrs. Wilson will go to Chrlstman, ol'a great character, in somo respects I 111., to spend a fow days with hor tho most unlquo ot present hiUoiy brother, Robert Uennett, Jr., aud Mrs. KtarUni: out a poor and anrcuro la- - Dennett. J Reaver Gentlemen: In reply to your request tor my 'opinion of tho DoLaval separator, will say that I surely think it pays to uso a separator If you havo as many as ' threo or four cows. I havo been us Do Laval for two years aad ing tho havo never U8ed any other, for this tiivviyp". has always glvon mo perfect Itupubllcans of the state anu all otn' ono It is easy to oporato and en. ho believe in a fit administration In fifteen minutes, btate affairs are cordially Invited tc, I can wash mine of giving It an extra special weekly boilheadquarters In Louisville. visit ing, and cleaning of tho stand. This STATE CANDIDATES AT MEETING is much less time thun I would huvo to glvo to pans and such by hand An enthusiastic meeting of all tin sklnimlifg, to Bay nothing of tho extra candidates on tho Republican stut cream, and the extra labor saved in ticket In Kentucky was held at tin carrying my milk to tho cellar and Mute headquarters on the third Hoot putting It nway so that the cream of tho Republic building In Louis general plans for an aggre would rise. vlllo, nnd Respectfully, Ive campaign were adopted. MRS. HENRY PIRTLE. SONS Dam, Ky. carried by BANK OF HARTFORD. If you do business with us your interests are protected. Ohio 0 & 0 & & 0 0 0 & J i i J County's oldest financial 0 & & ? fi 0 & BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. 0 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. While the law requires nil taxpayers to come to our office and give a complete list ot all their taxable prop orty, we will for the convenience ot those in remote districts, visit their J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. CUMR. Call on 'The Hartford Republican for Vjne Job PHONE. Work Delivered Promptly.