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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919. 000 oIHcers 'intll next October would not ho sufllclont to maintain an expedition Into Mexico. Air Korea Wcnlt. "If wo would go to Mexico, now," ho declared, "wo have- tho skeleton Twelvo of seventeen' squadrons. hundred officers aro not enough to keep them up; wo need twlco as many. That number is too email, even to maintain an expedition Into Mexico." Itepresentativo Itodcnhurg, Republican, Illinois, rc;uat ked that "with ttno possibility with Mexico, wo 'keop up a high stato of efficiency." I Denial thnt Vllllstas captured a train loan of ammunition between and .Jimenez, as reported from tho border wns made today by tho Mexican ambassy. It said thut what really happened was that tho Alvarndo Mining Company shipped a. quantity of dynnmlto hy rail, without notifying tho military authorities so that a liillltnry escort might ho provided 'and the fxplo'Ives into tho hands of tho roh"ls. j I No. 8 STATE'S PROPOSED MEMORIAL BUILDING BANDITS ARE TO BE HIGH COST OF LIVING DOUBLED IN 6 YEARS SOLDIERARE DINED AND WELCOMED HOME Under tho wide, spreading trees, by tho old well on tho I. S. Southard fnrm, friends and relatives met, welcoming and greeting Shelly M. South-ar- d, son of J. P. Southard, who has recently returned from over-seawhere ho did good service In tbo world war. Ho went to Camp Taylor with the first boys who left Ohio county, In 1917 and In April 191S ho crossed tho hiinoy deep, to enter 'tho great conflict. Ho was Iif"battle'nnd went over the top several times but did not receive a wound. However, many men fell at hjs side and it seemed ns if ho was watched over by tho Ever seeing Eye and was safely guarded throughout tho struggle. During the day he showccT us several German helmets which ho sent to his father and brothers, besides scv-orother things of interest which ho brought from " over there.' At eleven o'clock services wero held at Independence church, under tho leadership of tho pastor, Bro. Snel!. Tho choir sang several beautiful songs and at tho end of tho services Bro. Quint Brown asked all of the soldier b jys present to come forward and he gave them a hearty greetlr.r. A delicious and abundant dinner (forty-llv- o cakes and other things In accordance) was served to the boys arid nil others present. There wore at least three hundred present. The Jioys who were present, and had been in service, were! Shelly M. Southtnd, Hohart D. Southard, Archio Plummer, Nat Hudson, HIchard Corba Fulton, Clarence Macy, and Dr. Wlllard Lake. s, al Who-bet"ry. "MOPPED UP" AT ONCE it l t 5 it , i. Border Guards Being ganized To Hasten Action Or- President Entered Power On Promise To Lower It Nothing Done Washington, August 20. Considerable resentment nnd amazement at tho attitude of the President in urging tho House of Representatives not to tako a recess In order thnt It consider tho problem of the high cost of living has In hecn manifested In Congress. This is duo to tho fact thnt tho House hat) planned the recess in order that it might thereby actually expedite tho public business and really help find the solution of tho question of living costs. While the House would not havo been in session the committees; having In charge the corganlzatlon of tho railway systems, the revision of tho revenues, labor questions, and investigation o- - governmental extravagance and waste hnd planned to do their work uninterrupted hy the sessions of the House so that when that body met again they would have legislative solutions to present. The President's request was acceded to because he said that ho would havo legislation to recom-inon- d, but the House has been compelled to dovoto Itself to Us commute work with fundamentally Important hearings and has therefore not boon prepared for the remedies It has been working on. Tho feeling against tho President Is also duo to the fact that he was elected in 1012 on a platform of re ducing tho cost of living. Ho poin -led out with great effect that In 189G 'when tho Democrats wero still In power tho cost of living as represented hy fifteen nrtlcles purchased by the average housewife was $S.2S, that in 1912 whon President Taft was still In power tho total of this list had mounted to $15.59, and that there-- 1 roro it was necessary that ho bo elected In order thnt tho cost of living might bo reduced to where it had heen In the first instance. The same articles now, however, amount to 530.78. In other words, during tho six years of his incumbency President Wilson has done nothing whatever to rcduco the cost of living and, Instead, has seen It double within that t me, and yet now tells tho House that lit should not tako a recess to cnablo it to complete Its committee work in order that tho cost of living bo reduced by it. This, too, In spite of tho fact that ho has been for several months in Europo participating in open covenants openly arrived at to mako tho world safo for democracy in what ho has termed an internationalism above and beyond mere Americanism. Members of Congress point out that he has had ample war and 'othor powers to proceed against 'profiteering and to otherwise reduco prices without waiting until now. ' lt-s- ii al ic k Ipk m $,i iS r r. fr 5 Washington, Aug. 10. No announcements nre lining inndo of how the United States Government intends to handtb tho bandit nuisance in Northern Mexico, from this point on, hut there Is every evidence that nil preparations have hecn nitido to meet future depredations with, n swift movement of troops such ns now Is being conducted against tho desperadoes who held tho two army nvlatois for ransom. moving cavalry, fully Swift guns nud equipped with machine guided hy airplanes, It Is understood will ho rolled upon, anil will ho It. A. ANDKRSOX. to move quickly from strategic points along the border of the hnndlt Mr. Rcubln A. Anderson died at country on the Illo ( I ramie. tho home of his son, Mr. A. K. Organization of tho border guard to Insure the greatest speed in theso Andorhon, of this plnco, last Friday, movements has been complete, tho after a short attack of pneumonia. cavalry regiments being. so disturbed Burial was at Onkwood, Saturday af1 o'clock. ,na to place tho nucleus of a flying ternoon at ' Mr. Anderson was n civil war voter- column at carefully selected poititi mi, having seen service with the 3rd. along the Klo Grande. 'Kentucky Calvalry from early In G3 New 'In it Inaugurated. Movement of troops of tho Sth to close of tho war. Tho deceased Cavalry Into Mexico today. Inaugurat- was widely known throughout the ed the now plan, according to officials county. Ho Is survived hy five sons and from this time on similar inci- nnd threo daughters, his wife having without preceded him in death somp years dents "will he handled " In announcing that MaJ. igo. jioves o--o f'on Joseph T. Dlckmnu, commanding th Southern Department had actod WILSON'S DAYIGHT nil Instructions from tho War DeVETO IS VOTED DOWN partment, Secretary Ilnkor Intimated that only tho dangers the two officers Oppononts of tho daylight saving wore placed provented an attempt to' btatuto put over a rattier tiever coup rcsvcuo thorn .hy force. ' Wien tho roports of tho capture when they forced a vote In tho lower g Presiof ltiee two officers and tholi bolng liouso of Congress, dent Wilson's veto of the former bill, held for ransom," Secretary Uakor alii, "the hcur of execution was fixed by 223 to 101, on tho 19th. Leaders of tho forces in favor of for thi iiot day in default of tho noro was, of passing the net rvpod ng tho daynns.tin being paid run vi! no opportunity to make n mil- light law, over Wilson's veto, discovitary lestue within such time nnd I ered that a number of. representatives directed that tho ransom from the lirj;e cities who opposed of the law wcie absent. money be paid nud that a forco ho of thl" fact was taken and tho arranged to take up tho hot trail of the bandits and pursue them with tho result will bo total repeal of the act, hope of nolng able to capture as as it is known that tho senato ! .iv- 'crwhelmlngly in favor of repeal of many as possible." tho act. Cnplivos to V. . Details of how tho dash was HOXIXfl KEVHR OX. were loft entirely to General DIckman, tho only requirement beTho Court House yard during the ing that It should be made with n "swiftly moving forco." Cavalry, 'past few Saturdays, has been the with many guns and guarded by air- arena for scores of Impromptu boxplanes, would he used. If captives ing bouts between tho small hoys aro taken, thev ,vill ho .brought to from 5 yonrs old, up to tho huskies When engaged In of 25 and beyond. tho United rftutoa Tho close proximity nt iio bandit good naturedly, for sport, devolop- rrdezvoiiB to the K.rder Jed to tho moiit of muscular strength and activihope that the .mrerU'.iu i'.np might ty, It Is exceedingly hard to beat. on" ako th' Mi before they would Tho gloves used aro so heavy that It Is next to Impossible to do any serious bavo time to scatter. Reports to tho Statu Dopartmcnt Injury, oxcept It bo hy tho merest actoday fronu tho Amoricnn consul nt cident. Notwithstanding this fact, El I'oso said that Into last week. ovory hoy engaging, in the sport General DIcguoz, Mexican comman- should bo nt all times on his guard, dant at Chihuahua City, hnd order- that ho may not commit an ungontlo- -' ed Mexican cavalry patrols out thru manly act, or make a spectacle of tho country whore tho American of- himself, by loosing his tompor. Thoro ficers wore hold, hut thoro wns no in- 'is also art and scienco to bo develop dication whether theso patrols still ed In the latter lines too. wero oporating. THEUCNTKRS RETURN. Tho department also was advised hy tho American Embassy nt Mexico Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Huntor arrived City thut when it mado representations regarding tho capture, of th homo Saturday after visiting frlonds aviators tho Moxican Foreign Office and rolatlvcs In Cedar "Edge, Colo , promised to sco that evory possible? and various other points of Interest stop was taken to assist in tho roscuo in Utah and Now Mexico. Wo almost felt tho cool breezes of tho Royal of tho mon. Dispatches to tho department from Goorgo and. Grand Canyon as wo Chihuahua said tho governor of that Lwendcd our way through theso damp. Mexican stato, with tho approval of enormous flsures, hundreds of feet President Carranza, had offered a to- below the surrounding surfaco, in ward of 50,000 poscos for tho capture conversation with Mr. Huntor. Then, of Francisco Villa. Two colonels and ns ho carried us on, and up tho snow-cla- d wnlls of Pike's Peak, we could three, captains of tho Villista forcos captured by tho federals wore said to plainly feol tho touch of frost on our Uavo been convicted of treason Sun- cars and nofe as wo tolled on tluougu and tho crusty snow. Mut certainly did day by a millitory court-martiexecuted hy a firing squad yesterday. mako us wish wp could tako tho trip. Tho Moxican situation was given But, what'b tho uso? further attontloh In Congress today. ANNIE LEE "TAYLOR" RROWN Repub-llcaHepresentatlvo LaQuardia, resoNow York, introduced a Mrs. Annie L. Taylor Brown, died lution domandlng that Secretary LanCon- at her homo in Centortown, Thursday, sing mako a complete report to of leak-ag- o gress on tho capturo of Lioutouants August 11th, from the offects of tho heart, or dropsy. Her re negotiaDavis and Poterson and tho mains were burled at tho Centortown tions that lod to their rolease. Comotery. the following 'day. Tho Boforo tho House Kules Coinmltten wero conducted oy Brig. Oen .William Mitchell, chief of funeral services service, Rov. A. D. Llechflold, of this place. operations In tho army air Is survived by her husbaud, testified that the 1,200 officers pro- Deceased pend Mr. W. Brown and a child, seven vided for the air service in the ing bll authorizing retention of 18,- - months old. pro-par1 , i over-ridinI -re-pe- a: Iti-iit' al n, ua I of tho Presbyterian church and continued a dovout member. Sho leaves behind a loving husband, whoso only consolation in this hour of grief can bo tho assurance of, a homo untouched hy death, beyond tho sklc3, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. , Clark Sncdoker, of Englowood, whoso sorrow for a departed child only parents can understand; two brothers, Elmer C. and Arthur L., of Sterling, Colorado, and two sisters, Mrs. Kath-- ! rino Overman, of Alliance, Nebraska and Mrs. Colin Christian, of Sour Lake, Texas, all of whom aro'grlaved lecnuse of their slstors departure, and a multitudes of friends who join In sympathy with tho sorrowing relatives. Tho services were conducted' by the Rev. J. H. Strayer, at tho homo of her parents, apd the remains were laid to rest in Fairmont Cemetcry, In )enver, Colorado. "Just over the way on tho lpvc- llghtcd side, Jus.t over tho way our loved one's abide. They gladden tho home3 wo are destined to see, And fashion and fit them for you and for me; And all that 13 lovely, and all that Is $300,000 To Be Raised By, Donations Ohio Co. To Do Her Part Tho decision to erect a memorial tho Campus of the Unl- erslty of Kentucky, to tho memory of. the State's sons who gavo their all, while in tho servico of thoir country during tho lato war, is a most commendable undertaking. To build this structure at the slto of Kentuc ky's chief center of learning, Is Indeed appropriate No othor place within tho stato could havo been so fitting and no other call for either public subscription, during or slnca the great ar, should meet with more hearty or ready response than this, the ono soon to bo made. As reported to this date, approximately 2.7S9 of Kentucky's young men wero called from 's land over the dark river to Join that great army In the unknown beyond, while in tho Country's servico, your servico and mine. Tho namo of each fallen, son will bo engraved upon tablets, j properly arranged, and their names 'and memories perpetuated, serving present nnd future patriotism, to say l.othlng of the usefulness of tho structure proper, to tho student body attending the University. Ohio County is to, must have, a part in the erection of this memorial, where tho names of thlrty-thre- o ot her departed heroes are to be enshrined. And so, let us get ready 'to assist in this last tribute to the memory of all, by specially keeping in mind the following list of Ohio coun ty's sons who are with those not to building-o- n true love-lighte- Thoy garner for me', and they treasuro for you. , d Just over the way on the side. 'Just over the way, our loved ones abide." ARGAST ULACJC Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Argast, announce tho marriage of their daughter, Louise Mario, to Marvin Black, at Louisville, of Winchester, August 12, by Rev. George Schuman. Tho bride is an attractive and popu lar young woman and onjoys a wide circle of friends. She has held the position of corsettler with the S. W. return: Anderson Co., for a number of years. Samuel Alsip, Horton. Mr. Blaek is a well known and popu David M. Barnes, Prentiss. lar young man, who has been a resiMalln A. Benton, Hartford. dent of Owensboro for a number of Leo Brown, Echols. , j ears. He served under both CoJssso V. Crowe, Hartford. T. Grifllectors Lawson Reno and J. John Crowo, Fordsvllle. fith In tho rovenuo service, where ho Robert Davis, Hartford. was known to bo ono of their most ef Lee Keith, Horse Branch. ficient employees. Ho now holds a Cecil Draper, Williams Mines.' responsible position in the oil fields " James O. Durall, Rockport. Mr. and Mrs. of Eastern Kentucky. ' Charlie King, Hartford. Black will be at home after August Clarence Gabbert, Sunnydale. 16 at Winchester, Ky. Owensboro Ira B. Goff, Horso Branch. Messenger. l Matthias HIggs, Fordsvllle. m Virgil Klpor, Ralzotown. JACK RICHARDS Corbett Lake, Hartford. John' O. Laws, Hartford. EDITH WALLACE. Mr. Jack Richards died at his home . James E Stone, Hartford. Fordsvllle, Saturday and his reEddie Leo, Narrows. May Snuedeker Wallace was in Edith were burled In the cemetery, Jesius Walter Long, Sulphur born May 20th 18S3, In Republic mains fat that place Sunday afternoon. Springs. t county, Kansas. When four years Mr. Richards was near SO years of Charles C. MalriKUeaver Dam. old she moved to Nebraska with her Wavy B. Malln, Beaier Dm. parents and later to Conifer, Colora- age, and a splendid citizen. Ho wo3 soldier, having .served an Herman Morris, Hartford. do. After living eight years In the Iwith tho 2Cth. Kentucky Infant ry Willie Orr, Reynolds. beautiful mountains sho spent two durlng Tho detho war of Chester Reed, Manda. years In Thermopolls Wyoming, as is survived by his widow, one John A. Rucker, Hartford. going from ceased Assistant 'daughter and eight sons. Leslie Shields, Cromwell. thero to Denver, where she spent the Virgil E. Stone, Hartford. winter with her paronts, after which SOLDIERS NOTICE! Fred A. Tanner, Hartford. sho went to California spending ono Douglas Taylor, Narrows. week thero, then sailing for the PhiliCharles Wakefield, Rockport. Thoso In chargo of tho meotlng In ppine Islands, stopping for a short Walter A. Williams, Roslno. time in Honolulu, then to' Japan and honor of the returned soldiers et al., "CHRIST" THE THEME Beauchamp W. Wllloughby, Horso Islands, to be hold at Nocreek church, Sundaj, Philippine on to Manila, OK Mil. DORR1S' SERMONS' Branch. where she was married on May 23, August 24th, wish to emphasize the was fact that all returned soldiers, sailors, 1913 to Leonard Wallace, who connected IHRTHDAV DINNER. Tho meeting which Is In progress then In Government service, In tho marines, and everybody at th? Christian church is growing Islands. They spent two years In with tbo military establishment, are A birthday dinner was given to in intorest from night to night. Vic- foreign service, ono In tho Islands Invited to be present, and that each tor W. Dorrls, of Paris, III., who is and one In Teintstn, China, aftor are requested and expected to wear little Misses Mary French and Kathleen Mosley, Saturday, Aug. 16, at conducting the meeting is presenting which they returned to tho States, their respective uniforms. Christ with an exaltation and power landing at San Francisco, whore they . Dinner, to bo provided by all who tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred that awakens a now lovo of tho Mas- 'remained only a short time, continu- llvo within reasonable distance, will Mosloy. An enjoyable day was spent by all. Those present wore: Misses ter in tho hearts of his hearers. Mr. ing their Journey on to Denver, ar- bo served on the grounds. Laura French, Mattio Bell Stewart, Dorrls doflnes Christ as the central riving August, 1915. After spending Lillian Mosloy, Louise Jarnlgan, Hathomo of all tho Blblo, both old and a short tlmo horo with relatives, sho HOUSEBREAKING CHARGED. zel Doll Stewart, Mary French and now Testaments, and says that when left with her husband for their homo wo have learned Him wo have tho in Roslno, Kentucky. Jim Clark, of McHenry, aged 18 Kathleen Mosloy, Mrs. D. S. French, Later thoy key to all of God's dlvlno plans and (whnt to Louisiana, where they spent years, and four other boys woro ar Mr. and Mrs. Golar Stewart, Mr. and. prophecies. I several months, before returning to rested nnd placed 'n Jail Sunday night Mrs. Victor Jarnlgan, Mr. and Mrs. William Mr Dorrls is a poworful preacher. their Kentucky homo, from where under tho charge of breaking Into Eldred Mosloy, Felix and Not only Is ho a scholar, but he Is a sho was called to her parents home, tho house of Vltula Schroader nnd Henry French. teacher. Waiving tho minor techni- In Donvor, October ,1918, because Wllllo Wilson, who resldo between LOUISVILLE MARKETS. calities, which so many proachors of hor brother's death. Her husband Horton and Roslno, on the I. C. R. R Indulge In, he delves to tho heart of joined her hero a few weeks later, Tho four boys gavo their names and Hogs continued to decline, with, things and brings to light those where thoy left for Sour Lake, Texas, homes as follows: J. I. Rafferty, truths which havo boon hidden for only to spend a few months bofore St. Paul, Minn., ago 16; Clarenco prospects for still lower market. Best ages and revealed through Christ to the happy bond was broken by God's Balrd, Henry, Okla., age 17; Fraiiit heavies, $20.10; seconds 120 to 165 pounds those who know Him. The meetlug Holy Ordinance, and she departed for Smith, St. Louis, Mo., age 19; W. C. pounds, $19,10; pigs 120 down, $17.10; throwouts, $16.25. will continue over Sunday, perhaps her abode In Heaven on July 12, Cralc. Oklahoma, age 17. Examining trial was held yesterday I Cattle Prime heavy steers, $14 for two weeks. 1919. Though this parting tears at the oftornoon before Judge Cook. While 15; medium to heavy shipping, $11.-5- 0 14; light, $10011.50; fat helt-on- J. very tenderest heart strings and loved It was fairly well established that DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. $8.50(0)11.50; tat cows, $80 Immediate ones mourn with the deepest anguish these boys were In this these 10.50; canners and cutters, $5 6.50; yet. how glad we should neighborhood at tho time Kentucky Democrats will hold of the soul. 'stockers and feeders, $7 11.50; County maps conventions Saturlay, be that God evon gave hor to the houses with others were entered. milch cows, $50 110. Most of tho ovldenco was of a 30,' at 2 o'clock, P. '., for world for these short years. PaAugust steady. Calves Market Best naturo, but of sufficient purpose of selecting delegated to tience, gentleness, kindness and many tho were incarnated in her certainty to warrant the County veals, $17 17.50; medium, $912.-50- ; tho State Convention, called tc meet other virtures common to medium, $69. holding the defendants over, In Louhvllle, September 4. When life, and the remembrance of her llf J Judge in Sheep and lambs Trade slow. pro- 'of purity and lovo, God leaves with to await the action of tho grand Jury and where a platform Is to be At press' hour the amount ot bont's Best lambs, $15.50; seconds', $9; culU mulgated on which their candidates us to beckou us all to meet with her. Best sheep, $S; bucks, $C. ?6SV7. Early In life she became a member had not beeu fixed by the Court. are to ask for continuance in office. K, I Mil igftmSSw ' iKF?' I G1-G- 5. J Post-mistres- 3, r .; holding hliT bond In hi hands. Two $50,000 FOR BULL .Inpanoso hospital mon wore dressing n long gash In l)ls throat. Kngllxli llltmdcil Stook Itringlng "Your sentry did that." replied Mil-JI'aliuloiiH Prlcw AVERTED BY NERVE All I, "and the captain demand ilthor the life of the sentry who did London, Aug. A shorthorn hull " or nn American soldier you may was sold nt the Hoyal Agricultural By 'Yank Grit Major Avoids uf,ct He will shoot or hang him Show, Cardiff, for 50,000. This Is hero In the prosenco of his troops. It said to he the record top prloo In Fight With Nipponese is the sPtNfnctlon thoy demand flrf.nl llWtntn. Thn hull wna lli.pn.In Siberia " My sentry acted according to tho ,,,., 2 ymn ,, 0 months 0',f aol(, ruls laid down In the articles of warj ,,y A. j Mnnhnll, of Urldgehank. If nn American iStanraer, to n Scottish hreedor. The of the United States soldier had struck the sentry he name of the buyer, has not yet heen rcicny Hull In Louisville Herald "For Clod's sake, Major, come would hnvo received the same treat dfsoloscd. but the press takes great trouhlo .satisfaction In the assurance of Mr. quick; they mo going to shoot little nicnt as that man. This Smith," shouted i'n Amrlc,ui itoldlcr should lie laid heforc our generals In Marshall thnt Edgcoto Hero will not as ho rushed Into the headquarters of Vladivostok " nld Major Allderdlco leave Ilritnlu. Hut the captain refused to consider tho 27th Infantry, Kvgcnovka, Slber-- j So much blooded stock has been such n course. lie was determined to sold In recent mouths, as well as ln In. "Who Is going to shoot him?" nsk- - cairy out his original plans. past years, for export, that there has ....,,,,. P,.0rn It Is feared "Very well," the American major i, oil MnJ. Fitzhugh Loo Allerdlce, as he toadied for his revolver nnd holt, 'said, "If you shoot an American Rl"jthnt 0rent nrtnn may not only suf-"TJaps," replied tho nervous dler tonight you'll have to annihilate for B BOl.bnck ln nn0 tock my commnnii. ou Know wnat mv thnt sho lnlB,,t Ioso hcr prcst,B0 doughboy, a The officer of the day stepped Into means wo are outnumhered 20 to I jciMjnR s,n,rco In tho world for " tho room and overheard the last two hut we'll sell our lives dearly l.innilod mttlo A long paiiMi followed, the Amorl-- , words. Without an explanation the AmmK th(J j.,,,,, ,llu,ortant mJor turned to him and commanded: ran mujor mill UN officers watching ln ranch n rniU ,0()k a hortlorn He shook 1m ,.,.. fnr ..,,,, the Japanese captain. "Sound the rail to arms!" nnil . il As Hie officer of the day disap- head after the Interpreter had wcnt t0 Denninrk nt prices up- peared through the yawning doors, ward of $5,000, Tho average price which the soldier had forgotten to when Major Alldordlce stepped for-o- f nno shorthorn ,JllUs toilny , ?1. close, the major wiggled Into his ward, ins revolver cockcu unu rcaiiy, n,ln" ,,., w...,,,-., w. ...m, soonJ in ...... V I' to fire sheepskin coat. 11911. The Velvet tin 'If you want war with the United Threat iMietl Rowngc. Record prices for various breeds In is twice as big "He didn't do anything, sir," said States you'll get It it you raise yourtho ,ast sx montl,s hav I)ee ns the private anxiously, "ho Just hap- - hand against this tommuiid." The lows: Shorthorns, $50,000; Here-fordas shown here lions to bo one of tho guard at tho American major was through with $45,000; Prleslans, v22.oou; A Jap troop train came thru plomacy. Aberdeen-Angu- s. Dairy $14,000; captain was Shorthorns. $10,000; Red Polls, -. Hut the Japnnosc nhont two hours ago and ono of the Japs tried to go where our sentry told flushed with liquor and aching for a 2:50; Dcvons, S1.S00: Jerseys. $2.- ' lii m not to go, and tho Jap hit tho scrap. 000; Ayrshlres, $2,750: South "Unless the American officer apolosentry across tho face with his can"Tom" Guernseys, "Bill" to each other, $1,550; $1,100; ever teen strap. The sentry started to gizes for the conduct of his "ntry Welsh, $1,050; Highland, $1,000; shoot, but his gun jammed, so he 1 will still deniTii' sptlsfr.ctlon," .ald jtlalloways, $700 and littlo Kerrys, If ever good good pipes the captain. stuck nlm In tlie neck with his Velvet's in pipes go their best, "There is nothln ' to apnloie foi. l."75. purchasing has heen done Then the Jain said lho'd The shoot an American to get even, and answered Major AllderUiee. ' It Is largely to the account of breeders In bowL not customary for American nfiicers Argentine, Uruguay, Canada, United they've got little Smith " to apologize for carrying out their or States. Urazil and Rhodesia. Sovral officers having heard tho call to arms Joined the major Just dors." friendly smoke. is ........, ... ..... .. .,.. ,.....-,-,,.,.ns he was leaving headquarters. Tho When you ,)uy a ran tnBt ,mfl lie .:u- - yovt(1 ,tself , )0 officer of the day and a lieutenant oincers To.iovvea made is tl0 ,)Cst( vmlr mon- Wilson were ey ,,as jcen wo lnvoste(1. had gone to tho station, Just two perorandPretldc.it Thl MA- Mocks from the American garrison. moniionea severa. times. as hearty, for pipes. I.IESTIC DEMONSTRATOR will. dur- "If tho crntnin entrains at juce wil! ,,nK tho wcek clnmclICngAuB11Mt ,s, Fifteen hundred Japanese soldiers leaf, good is were drawn up with fixed bayonets in your "on mand return our salute? Wo .show .. the day. ,v..,v ,,, ,,,,weTI ,u , tho square adjacent to tha depot. In- - do not want to be responsible for w.ir )Csl anij wny it actually saves you to mellow middle age. side there was n babble of strange between tin. Ui.Itol States and Japan, ' money. tongues, and the guard room of tho hut we must do something to male? E. P IIAHNES & HRO.. Americans was closed their bayonets our men belle tlie trouble 1ms boen Beaver Dam, Ky. in For eight long seasons Velvet on the door. settled ..atisfactorilv." As the ofllcer of the day and the "I will be glad to return, your saA llllious Attack. of off wooden hogsheads, lieutenant started to outer the. station, lute," answered tho major, hiding When you have a bilious attack tho captain in charge of tho troop with difficulty a desiro to laugh at your livor fails to perform Its funcwood." youn O" tobacco ageing in t lunged at thorn with his sword. Tho 'ho of tho ridiculous military tions. You become constipated 'i'Uts tobacco generous of tho dav caugln tho full blow spectacle about to take place l.rifii) food you eat ferments in your 1. f Velvet comes cool, calm on his left shoulder, but Ills sheep- - Japanese saluting a jviard of twelve ach Instead of digesting. Thi; ingood and made better. made good, skin coat prevented spiIous injury. mei.! flames the stomach and cause.-- ',iu-seIn the meantime Major Allderdlco The Japanese presented arms first, vomiting and a terrible headache had turned out his entire command of rnd the little Yankee guard, still pale Take threo of Chamberlain's Tablets 250 iiien. &W;3 Tho machine gun tompa- - from tho strain of the past two hours, They will tone up your liver, clean n laced the station and tho soldier returned the salute with American your stomach and you will soon out snap. The officeis exchanged .greet- be as well as over again. They only from the troop train. Directly W Jap-aings, the troops entrained and tlie af- cost a quarter. the Americans were ."J.OOO it; se belonging to the local garrison fair was ended except for ono man. The officer of the day had just do Tlie Japanese may lie our allies, hut ItATTLKSXAKK I'L.XCL'K .M man tied ihnl the Japanese soldiers be if you think so don't interview PriNO (Till-- NOW IN KANSAS ronioved from tho guard room floor, vate Smith. when Major Allderdice and Maj. T. White Cloud, Kan., Aug. 10. Velvet's sweetness is the sweetness of good Airl, commandant of tho Japanese Tlie offer of a set of kltchenware Fanners living near Whito Cloud 'do FREE to every purchaser of a MA not plow their corn barefooted any ur!icn, arrived. like "frosting" on a cake. Its tobacco, JESTIC during demonstration week is imore all on account of "prohlbi- Jap .Major Stop., lllow. . Again the Japanese captain lost his g.'nuino. It is an gift to!nUn. ageing, not from having mildness comes from Road and started fur .Major Allderd'ce every purchaser of a MAJESTIC! Since July 1 tho country has been - range and tho price of this range with "vith his saber, Tho Japanese maj '.is tobacco fraInfested with a plague of rattlesnakes life baked out. jumped in front of tho Amerlcin a repuuiuon remains wie same, oeo an(i war lias been declared on them. perfume. Velvet makes A major and received u deop sahr cut this demonstration during the week Several persons have been bitten by grance, not commenclng August IStli at our store, snakes this summer. It Is reported. in his arm. One cigarette. Roll one. Major Allderdlco and his officer K. P, BARNES & BRO. n White Duey, a farmer drew their revolvers, while Major Alii Beaver Dam, Ky. hero, killed a rattlesnake with nine t ttompti'd to calm hm hysterical subteen rattles. good old Joe says: w nen you yawn a good deal in the ordinate. ' Wial P s the KILLS RATS. nskctl daytime, feel dull, nchey and want tj prevents Also mice. Absolutely 1uk.T A'.ldfirilice, adlresing himself stretch frequently it is an uuml.staku-lii- o with friendly thoughts, "Fill yo' symptom of malaria, and unless odors from carcass. One packages to Major Alrl and talking through an P you do something at onco you aro proves this. conies' In Interpreter. friendly smoke Yo' Tho major pointed to a Japanoso hooked lor a spell of chills. Herhim: cakes no mixing with other food. Mildier who was sitting in a chair Is a chill medicine that will prevent Guaranteed. old world wag." let or euro the diseuso. It drives out J.le sli (1 caki;) enough for P:.n-trKitchen or Collar. tbo impurities on which tho maiarl'tl germ thrives, strengthens tho liver 50c hlt; (2 cakes) for Chicken and cleanses tho bowels. Price CO House. Coops or small buildings. Sold by tho Ohio County Drug Com-p.in9I.IIO .sl.o (." cukes) enough for all ii; farm and out buildings, storago build-lingor factory buildings. Sold nnd by J. F. uuuler, Actoa CUi:jt-(.- a .m..i. FAMNiiSTouN :::i l VAXKHK TO DIE IX KKIlVIf'K Bros. Taylor's Drug Storo, Williams fvliss Kelly Tells How Lydia nnd Duko and Walkor Myrtle. E. Pmkham s Vegetable Harrlsburg, Pa., Aug 15. Maj. I UNKAItTIl INDIAN VILLACJE. Compound Restored Clarence Uahnestock, whoso family resided In this city for many years, Her Health. Keota, Colo., Aug 10 What re'was tho richest American to loso his largo Indian vlllego yjpwnrk, N. J. "For nbout threo life In tho service during the war mains of a onco has been found near this place ln tho years 1 suffered from nervous break- - with Uerniany. down and cot so i, .i This fact was revealed by tho tax Pawneo Breaks district by men pros- to somo current political Issue, and nnd sometimes 30 cents. Cigars have Mr. Vnuglian, Farmer, Tells How Ho IX&SW iwnl: I rnnlI nanny appraisers Lost All Ills Pili) Seed Corn. of Putnam County, N. Y , pecting for talcum deposits. Human ho then issued tho famous declaration mounted still higher In proportion stand, and had head-III ".Sometime ago I sent away for appraisal of tho Fahnestock bones havu boon found In the lime- that "prayers and politics don't mix." nnd In somo places people aro u nablo jj SZfX achei every day. I 'after tho Homo pedigreed seed corn. Put it in "'tried everything I Instate, which Is assessed at $4,500,-- i stone formations In this district, and This shows that a congressional chap- - to buy them at alt. u gunnoy sack and hung It on a ropo could think of und 000. all deductions tiro inuilu, more than two dozen chimneys niul lata has to bo a dlplomastlst ns well OLD After TO RII- 's was under n suspended from roof. Rats got it utci.j 01 lock liuvo been uncovered ns n clergyman, in order to mako caro for two 'the statu of New York will receive and aro In I'LACK NKW KTKI'S all how heats mo prayers that havo somo life In thorn almost a perfect stuto of an inheritance tax of $242,575. but thoy did years. A girl friend and still avoid tho pitfalls of partisanI got flvo dead whoppors Major P.ihucstock contracted pneu- preservation. In tho hid used Lydia K. ..NA .. rAK Wabash, Ind Aug. ship. morning nftor trying "RAT-SNAP- ." v.S. n '.HI - r , Pinklinin's Voce- - monia while serving at the frout (u r replace tho now steps llku tho Threo sizes, :25c, will U.!.( Compound and 50c, $1.00. Sold and Constipation Ja tho starting point "shimmy" mid other Jazz dances on guaranteed rho toll mo nbout France, which resulted lit his death. p. Cnsohlor, Acton by FOR FLETCHER'S lit. x.w'wr:jduy rrom tho first Etato Ohio, City for many sorlons diseases. To Lo the programmes of the local clubs Bros., Taylor's J. Drug Storo, Williams toukitlhcgan of of Toledo, hoalthy, keop tho bowels active and and fraternities. Ono prominent &. Duku und Walker Myrtlo. Lucas County, s. to feel hotter and m regular. Horblno will remove all nc club has taken tho load and others now I am well and Ja Frank J, Cheney makes oath that ho senior of F. J. iiblo to do most any Cheney & partner of tbo llrm In PARTISAN I'OWKRS TABOOED. cumulations in the bowels and put say thoy will follow In tho elimination OLU Mili PKXSIOX IS Co., ciolni; business tho City kind of work. I ' of Toledo. CTollntv nnil Htnti, iif,irf.cmlil tho system In prime condition. Prlco of tho wiggling dances. KUVNOTK OF NKW HILL have been and that said llrm will pay tho sum of Speaker Glllett gently reproved 00. Sold by Ohlp County Di ug Coi Tho club which started tho ONU HUNl)l.i;i) DOLLAKS for each the Com cuso of Catarrh that cannot bo Rev, H. N. Couden, tho house chapami pound ever since and give you my per m movement mutlo Washington, Aug. 15 Plans for cured liytheuso of IIAI.I.'K CATAKItll m mission to publish this letter" Miss Mi;Ul,'lISi;. lain, hecnuso ho had prayed tho other this announcement: FUANK J. CIlKNliY. old ago pensions for persons morn Flo KKLLY, 470 So. 14tli St., Newark, Sworn to before me and suhscrltied in ".Many members of tho local clubs' than CO yeara of ago HMOKIXG COSTLV. Tho my presence, this Ct It day of Oeromher. day for tho leaguo of nations. woro proposed N. J. D. A, v. gli:ahon, chaplain Is not supposed to offer any prefer tho waltz and two-stonnd u In a hill Introduced The reason this famous root and herb A. Soul) ISSO. y bv sPnn Notary I'ubllc. suggestions to tho Almighty on subPrices of cigars and cigarettes havo good deal of partiality Is going to bo lor McNnry, Republican mn;dy, Lydia 13. I'inkham's Vegetable Hull's Catarrh Mcdtclnu is taken ,i Oroco.. Compound, was so euccossful in Miss and acts throuali tho llloo.l on jects which Involvo political contro- advanced to 10 or 20 times what thoy shown thorn to mako up for tho pro- -, referred to tho Pensions Commltt Kelly's caso was because it went to tho the Mucous Kurftu'ea of tho System, iieiij versies. When Champ Clark was woro uoioro me war. cigarettes of i.omiunnco or jazz in evenings past." Undor Its provisions persons root of her trouble, restored her to 11 for tustlmonlals, free.& CO.. Toledo. O. with In F. J. OIIKNI.Y speaker, ho also onco roproved Chap- tho cheapest kind used to sell for two Tho orchostrns will also ho ininod comns of not moru than SG L- normal healthy ciiiUiti.ni mid as a result Hold by all ilriiRKists. 75c. bar nervousness dLujiji-m'- L Hall's Family l'lll.i lur coiiKtlpotlon. lain Coudvu for referring iu a prayer VVUVd H WW J MWM kUVJ VVdk -- V WWUk3 MW' .' d OMUUI UMUVid rQlUlVl u ucukly pousiou jwc o t4 BATTLE WITH JAPS Naur AH Yon Good Fellmm Come Fill Up Your Pipes I j I j ,.,,,,, M ,, 15c top-lhcr- V '" -.- f. s, ,- s, men are F it's when t. I and are 'tis when a-goi- ng. the , , jaiwe a mighty For Velvet Kentuckv Burlev the leaf that Nature honest Wholesome and Burley And Velvet that same brought throwing truly and kept , tho-igh- off-ie- r -- "meditates" the rawness Out the the , a, Nature V ,3p& Jf r3l bo-hi- m : ut the not "put on" natural Its fragrance And a Velvet true tin well-know- Number As I KAT-SXA- i RAT-SNA- y, heart mouth with the An' V y. MOQWN s, C --the friendly tobacco I ''tSv m A3 m"Il"'t. phy-suian- TWO-STKP- H so riR Ohildren Cry CASTOR' A recom-riiLMidii- n' p to-du- KAISERS hhin. EX-OFFICE- hiiiiT.if ii TIioiimiiimW Of Former German Army Dohifr Farm Labor Is it Possible to Legislate life and Brains? Swift 8t Company is primarily an organization of men, not a collection of brick, mortar, and machinery. Packing Plants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intellilong experience, and right purpose of the men who compose W' gence, life the organization and of those who direct it. ' Will not Government direction of the packing industry, now contemplated by Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, experience and devotion of these men, which is the life itself of the industry? What legislation, what politi- cal adroitness could replace such life and brains, once driven out? Let us send you a Swift "Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, Swift & Company, U. S. A. THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES OF THE AVERAGE DOLLAR RECCIVEO BY ( wusKimrcDdrjB f SWIFT & COMPANY1 U2.96Z apimtt 857. ToStodrfUisfrl t ran labor it. at centsAND FREIGHT EXrCNJES 1.04 CENTS REMAINS rROM THE SUE OF MEAT AND BYPRODUCT J CENTS U PAID TOR THE LIVE ANIMAL oo WITH SWlfTi COMPANY AS riOFIT K Vt Contents 15Fluid lachrd CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. riTSlTiXiTSji E?9y lt CASTORIA t .ALGOItOL-- 3 run cunt. AVetfclnblcIYcparalionforAs. :m;ii:.idthelood tivKflJuU' ihcStomadvsnnd Dwvlsof - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria tint i.3 f- c- .it rr. Always Bears the v $f M ...11 ,i;r.cSllkVs!iOl Signature CliccrfulncssnndUesLConUutf Niuwil.NoTNAncaTic nmwune"' neither On!am.Morpluneiwr f ntf5uneswuwB JVpntmixl Horn . JlltirtwHSal (ItnnrJSsjar ConllpationnwiDlarrwea. rcsuttiniSiticrcfrcnvinljifanty. 111 ft X BZ" y Use For Over I TiiECnKr.wiCofiP)NV. Thirty Years i NEVLtJutj Exact Copy of Wrappc-- . bAo I Ulf IA THC CIHTAUH COMPANY, BIW TOKK GITV ica Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Work Delivered Promptly. Alfred 0. Anderson, in Loulsvlllo Hcrnld. lierlln, July 1. "Wlint ImH become of tlio German officers?" asked a former captain ln tliu Ourimui nrmy, who has been clerking ln n coal mer- -' chant's office hIiicc demobilization, j "Ileuten their swords Into ho replied lnconlcnlly, and roforred me to the Officers Aid Society for pnrtlculn.rn. Tlio headquarters of tlio Officers' Aid Society nt I'otsdniner Drldgo confirmed the captain's statement literally. 'Surely, said Captain Wcstcrcamp, latu of the Imperial Navy and executive) officer of the society "thousands of former officers havo turned farmers. Many of them are working as common farm laborers Just to innko Vt a living. Wo call them 'volunteers,' as theoretically they have responded VijSRsiS .!' .w:v.'. u a inrr !iriii u lu iiiiiiiuiiiini m mi ill nil Minn innuii:iDiii ill im to tlio rail of the farmers to fill the Toppyredkagt, tidy red tin; places of those killed in the war. Hut ii P ,1 ll iiandtome pound ana half Copyright till lwH UUnSUmIIH? in I'1 llllll! bjrR.J.JteynoliM pound tin humidortand llllllllllllliKllllllWllUfllliiVL in very many cases It Is a case of necTobacco Co. daily, practical pound thai lantn hi HHPfl ','.''''H cryilal glait humidor with essity. Impecunious professional ofMponge moiitentr top that heept the tobacco in ouch ficer whom demobilization deprived pcrccC condition. rtm:m!MmmiirmMWx.nir of the only calling they wero trained r tf w rfcfti:fcriuy.tt ' for had to find some means of liv ing. Some well-to-d- o offlcors have chosen farming as a profession, but they rarely work as common laborers. They enter big country estates and it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke apprentice themselves for the work, than you ever before collected ! P. A.'s built to 'each apprentice paying anywhere fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands 1 It has the from 1,200 to 2,000 marks n year for jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran his tuition and lioarV. Naval officers particularly take to farming. against I Can you Imagine a navigating officer Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want piloting a harrow across a field?" thing you do next. And, put to find out the double-quicke- st Many officers, according to Captain it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without Westorcamp, are entering commercial tongue bite or parching Our exclusive patented process pursuits as junior clerks without pay, which was the status of my coal clerk cuts out bite and parch. WW f&Bk W$KmM friend spoken of above. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy A small percentage of officers still pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to are following their old vocation in beat the cards ! Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so Spec!- -' Noske's nrmy of volunteers. good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke I mens are not uncommon in Berlin. They strut about with all the pom N. C R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salepous majesty of effete Prusslanism monocle and all, even glittering shoulder straps, in defianco of planned for to- lHKrOIW TIMKl'IKCK repeal "rider," but it was soon repass-J.OXNosko's order to substitute dark blue profiteers, action was day by Department of Justice officials AT VEKSAIIM-'ed with that provision stricken out. sleevo stripes for brilliant shoulder against the Central Sugar Company, One of the clauses requires the pack-I- n luslgna to denote rank, f C,'ica0' on a quiet street in Versailles ers to state tuo net weight of meat that the fin.- Occasionally one finds former army officers In htrange callings. Recent- una iu.uuu pounus ui suur in iiuuk stands the houso that Bismarck lived in the packages they sell without 111., where it is said, 14 cents in when the Germans occupied the weighing In tho paper or container, ly I took a taxi from the foreign office ford, a pound Is being csktl for It city, in 1870. The houso and stir- - Another item gives $220,000 to al- to the telegraph station. 1 offered Authority to act at onco In the con- roundings are much the same as they low the department to ascertain the 'the chauffeur the customary tip. pro- "Sir, I accept no tips," exclaimed fiscation of hoarded food stocks was- wero then. Dismarck liked tho plao cost of producing staple farm Secretary of Agriculture 'that personage with elaborate dignity. contained in a telegram to the Dls- and ho remained thero for five ducts. way to Such a statement amounts to a sen-- 1 trlct Attorney's office from Attorney months. When the Germans left tho Houston said ho knev of no Announco-iicn- t of "Iron chancellor" tried to buy a cloclr learn what it costs the farmers to in present day Ucrlln, I was General Palmer. sation the Intention of the Government to that stood on the mantel of the room ' produce wheat etc., but congress told j dumfounded. by in which he dictated J'russla's terms him to find a way. i "You see," he added, "1 was an start tho test case hero was made Henry Itolappo, head of tho Sugar to Thiers, the French minister. mm The army officer." Whereupon he saluted p Distribution Commltteo of the Food owner of the timepiece, a French Why People lluy lit Prefer- stiffly and sped away. Administration, after a conference woman, refused to part with it but euro to Itat Poison. with Assistant United States District after tho Germans were gone she RAT-SNA-P absolutely kills rats KILLS HATS. nml mien Mint's itin nlil Attorney, U. A. Milroy, action against noticed that the pendulum was miss- and mice. (2) What it doesn't kill y Ing. the clock stands as It It scares away. (3) Rats killed with reliable rodent destroyer. Comes ,n nil food hoarders he said would be under the libel clause of the Food did then, recording tho exact hour nAT-SNA- P leave no smell they dry cakes no mixing with other food. control act, which provides confisca-- ' at which Bismarck took his depart up in ide. (4) Made In cakes,l no Your money back if it falls. tion and resale. mixing with other food. (G) Cats or 25c size (1 cake) enough for Pan. dogs won't touch It. Three sizes, try, Kitchen or Cellar. Cure For Dysentery. To Improve Your Digestion. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaran liOc size (2 cakes) for Chicken "While 1 was in Ashland, Kansas, teed by J. F. Casebler, Acton Bros., House, coops, or small buildings. "For years my digestion was so Taylor's Drug Stbre. Williams & $1.00 sizo (5 cakes) enough for all a gentleman overheard me speaking of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Poor that I could only eat tho lightest Dui;e, Walker Myrtle. m storage and farm Remedy," writes William Whitelaw, foods. A tried everything that I buildings, or factory buildings. until IMIOCIaAIM republic. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso-bie- r, of Des Moines, Iowa. "Ho told me heard of to mget relief, but notCham-famil- y, ago when I saw Bros., Taylor's Drug ln detail 'of what it had dono for hU about a year Acton but more especially his dangh- - berlaln's Tablets advertised and got a BIrketifleld, n small principality In Store, Williams & Duko and Walker ter.'who was lying at tho point of bottle of them did I find tho right tho area occupied by tho allies, has Myrtle. death with a violent attack of dysen- - treatment. Since taking them my dl- - been proclaimed a renubllc. A nro- tory. and had been given up by the gestlon is fine." Mrs. Blanche Bow- - vlsionaJ government has been formed SIl.OS DKMYKK JAGS, m and compioto separation family physician. Some of his neigh- - era, Indiana Pa. from Oldon- TO DHI.IGHT OF IIOUOKS bors advised him to givo Chamber-hitrg to which the principality belong HORItOItS OK HAD HLOOI). ed has been proclaimed. Millbrae. Cal., Aug. 1C Tho bie'Ialu's Co,,c and Diarrhoea Remedy, silos which are used for storing liay which ho aid, and fully believes that and grain havo been converted Into P? doing so saved tho life of his j "All maladies of racking torturo He stated that ho had also us- - qualms, joint' racking rheums, fierce according to word I0'1"1' FOR FLETCHER'S ed this remedy himself with equally catarrhs, intestino stone nnd ulcur brought hero by tho managers of sevm chollc pangs, marasmus, ' dropsies, gratifying results. eral of tho largo diary ranches. o asthmas, pining atrophy, moping mel- The silos havo proven n source of ancholla, moonstruck madness, what FAltMKUS ARM WARV OF supply for "hard liquor" for wander- liKT SAXATOIUUM CONTRACTS SOOX mlsorles?" Milton. a real ing tramps. Tho fluid has "KICK" IX APPliK CIDFn This is tho state of man or woman Tho 'kick' in it duo to tho Brain. (Mndlsoivlllo Hustler.) suffering from poisoned blood. Read Washington, Aug. 1C Farmers aro liquor seeps through tho cracks and Contracts for the erection of'bulld- - what tho U. S.DIsponsatory nnd oth-In- g afraid to convert their apples Info hoboes guzzle it to their heart's conon the Federal sanatorium site or authoritativo books say in regard cider lest they bo tent. arrested under the Joss Robb. manager of a big dairy near Dawson Springs will bo nward- - to tho ingredients entering Into Prohibition Law. Requests for a rulranch near this placo, says ho discov eil by tho Government within tho next "Number 40 For The Blood": "Em-fe- ing from tho Department of Justice weeks. Then It Is expected thV ployed In diseases of tho glandular nnd tho Bureau of Internal Revcnuo ered that the nomads who used to tho railroad culverts 'tM0 construction of theso buildings system, In blood poison, morpurial aro being sent to Congressmen. find shelter in l, rushed. and lead poisoning, rheumatism, ca- 1 were ovorruniilnir his ranch and Senator Simmons, Democrat, N. C, ! Deeds to tho land Included In tho turrit, constipation, diseased llvor, upon receipt of a letter from a conIterlousiy getting drunk. nro ueII,B niou ana it is pinnucu kldnoys and spleen. Under Its use stituent asking him whether ho has 0 Ho finally traced tho source of ply to tho silos. Ho says that tlio ' nftV0 a1' of fllcm recorded in a nodes, tumors, sores, ulcers, nmcuous a right to make cldor and, under tho patches, copper colored spots and present law, what disposition ho can ami shoit time. water poured In at tho top slowly through tho tanks, ' Government eni.'Inotrs, are making scrofulous enlargements dlsappoar as mako of it, took the matter up with trickled ten tooi contour map of tho sana- - if by magic." Insist on 'Number 40,' the Attorney General. causing the fermontutlon that produc-!- a "Tho present law prohibits tho ed n lively "kick" out of which his j mriiiiii tutu unit u win requtru wivurui mane uy j. j. ;ienuoniiuii, avails weeks to finish their task. .vlllo, Indiana, 40 years a druggist. manufacture anil sale only of disuniuvlted guests got "results." That the cltteens of Diw?on Spring i Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. tilled spirits or malt or vinous expecting Mndlsonvillo'and other) liquors," was tho reply. "Whether Has it over occurred to you that a BIG AGRICULTURAL BILL. money in .towns outside of Dawson Springs to rungo wnsts cldor can bo regarded as a viuous worn-o. ....... r:ilRK ilin SQn.Onn nllnttnil tn thnm n -. -- liquor has been a matter of considerauuriung too niticn itioi nnti spoiling:- n was only a fow years ago that ble doubt. I have, however advised food? A rango oxpert who will havo ll0,r Portion of tho fund to purchaso 'aml to bo used for tho sanatort- - thoro was no agricultural DEMON-.t'"- 5 tho Secretary of tho Treasury that it charge of tho MAJESTIC is not a vinous liquor and therefore during tho week com- - uul' was tho statement miulo by Hon mont, and tho only government Sctt. of Dawson Springs. Mr. port on farm matters was issued by not prohibited by tho Prohibition August 18th, will show yotiiW' how tho MAJESTIC rango cuts down Scott said that $8,000 or $10,000 tho patent office, ln 1889 tho bu- - Law." was lacKing irom ttiat source aiono. reau of agrlculturo was made into a . household oxpenses. The Host Plaster. department, but tho appropriations, K. P. BARNES & BRO., ' Apply a cotton cloth wet with Ba- - for yoars wero small. Gradually, Beaver Dam, Ky. ' with A placo of f lannol dampei lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, however, tho needs of tho farmers cuts, burns, sores or blisters, ami came to bo recognized and thU time Chamberlain's Liniment and boun'di I'HARGK HOARDING JIV SUGAR FIRM note Its wonderful healing power. It tho agricultural appropriations bill on over tho boat of pain is oiL-- mor Price carries nearly $34,000,000. Is prompt and vory effective. Tho bill offootusl for a lsme back than Sold as Unit imuwm! was vatotftl by th pr- C!hlcai!0. Aug 14 As a test case 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. and dots not cv.;t pthlnj m idont bcau of the "daylight saving" like ac much. against alleged food hoarders anl by Ohio County Drug Co. J plow-Sluirc- bp) wfk ml mA 3 D7lr jMiiPwBHIHHHflr i fliMflfliHssBF wsr ;ssfe '', I UlaBwVt. : PUT ' I m, G "Pln" I Kat-Stui- NAT-SNA- P, To-da- ; . i nenr-dtstlllorl- Children Cry CASTOR' w inys-iwi1- sup-l8lt- ut I depart-STRATIO- N plstr i The- Hartford Republican ing fall marks the end "fangled" business. of this now STRAY STREAKS H!tk wm Henry Ford, who sued tho Chicago (IJy Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by HARTFOIU) PKINTIXO CO.AIPAXV Tribune in the sum of $1, 000, 000 for libel, fell Just $933,999.94 short of Incorporated obtaining tho amount sued for. There Mrs. Rial says every time Eck gc.es was "some" difference of opinion In out anywhero nnd has to carry the AV. S. TINSI.KV, Kdllor the mind of Henry nnd tho Jurors, baby, ho always wants to put her In nnd Uuslness Manager. who tried tho case, ns to tho amount ,'i grass .wk and c.rry her over hi of damage done, or It mny have been shoulder as he would n turn of corn. Entered according to law at tho posslblo that the Jury In giving JudgPostofflco, Hartford, Ky., ' as mall ment for six cehts thought they weto John Ilngsdalc says ho nnd Itlrd matter ot tbo Second class. MESS? allowing damage covering total de- AVnllacc made a nice little bunch of 4 1f.HTt"y WlWf.Wi? ONEY expendod on any kind of poor to struction of "Tho Tin Lizzie King's" mighty fine wine but In putting f'iiciviT.j' Wf7f 7 Address all communications ....! i.,..xDaiPi ' r. Jury they got hold of J. AV. M. Fields character. AVe think that tho Republican. poorest ,Tho Hartford merchandise is wasted. But the n rendering the verdict failed to dis- empties to store it in, and somo how rifi ' fi E lirwt'W,v;V. of all investments is in tires that won't "Get charge their whole duty when tfj.'y or 'tothcr they Just couldn't Keep r vzizr-'fi" NOTICE TO SUnSCIUllEHS. neglected to rccomend that n hole .wlno in those bottles at all. (I ti. l There" mMW'fri-and back again. The best kind of a paper sent 1)0 Subscribers desiring tho punched through the 6 cents. particular notice, however, nol'h- to a now address must give tho old tire investment is in ' request. 'or ot the gentlemen alleged that the address In making tho :sswiY-jR.Mrr4yhave aforesaid wlno "spiled.") 10c Kentucky School Teachers Business Locals and Notices er lino, and 6c per line for addition- perfected organizations in almost j i al Insertion. every County within tho state. TUo our wife's been trying to make her- Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards 's0lf enough apple vinegar to last her money In ad- name of "County Teachers klFMtRiFjnPi Irs ylfcsa MX .(,, 1 : t ( of Thanks, 6c per line, j Hon" has been selected. In this over until hll of tho women get to vance. SMWJiovummm a The fresh white rubbtr treads make tlicm "Get w t iiumv-.- " rfjia .WoVK services free, county It Is of course, "The Ohio voting on all sorts of questions. She Church Notices for There" over any kind of roads, through any kind of but other advertisements, 5c per lino. County Teachers' Federation." AU;i,as been having one big raco In her weather, all seasons. They keep the road and won't Anonymous communications will of tho various county organizations .effort to git tho stu'f through an.' g fabric is climb. No toucher and more receive no attention. be merged into a parent organl- - lyond tbo hnrd-clitstt.go without a known. Tests have proved it. The manufacturers of iW nrfsanwiHJ zat'on to be l.nown as ''The State Uoggon revenuor locating it. She Kokomo Long Life Tires have been making TELEPHONES. It has been has had our bedroom, of Teachers. Federation unstnlrs. tires for nearly 25 years. They made the first 123 Cumberland announced that tho organizations smelling so much like a brewery I pneumatic automobile tires for the first , 00 Fanners Mutual .... J. were not formed to originate strikes, j frequently have to get up at night "Horseless Carriace". Their 5,000 mile V, walk-out- s and acts ol tliai particular guarantee proves their belief in White AUGUST 22 character, but to endeavor to get IWI DAY Ad Howard rnd Moot Folk have Rubber Treads. They make your car look EfrvS M K XI CI iiVIZ Zt Itlll tfl4..-fc more pay, and to better school condi- been flinging either a coat of paint better. Try a set. Adjustments made on tions generally In Kentucky, with or tar on the Cblo County Drug C argument. the 5,000 mile basis without which we aie In hearty accord. Ford truck tint. week. They are do- Kokomo Long Life Tires "Get There". ing the work In our back yard, on.y In so far as the United States of tUo SHll v.as on tne 'tothcr :;i lc America Is concerned, 'resident 0f tho house " Ad uses a whitewasn - "r .. f .'Mmxr&.mm i son absolutely and alone, made the bmsh and Moot a wnisk broom. ' proposed peace treaty and league of j (Think they could do Just about as iCJV. nations. And the president has with 'a currycomb.) AVhen that he will not stand for a merman lamps the job wo look for single change, he oven goes further, this pair to turn Itinerant painters. he stated that changes of any sort , r was not to be tolerated or thought of. ' For Sale 160 acre farm, A'o wonder, yes. we wonder if there was ever in all the history of civiiiza. known as the Joe Everly a. single Hon lndlvldnal. f Price $10,000. It is -. king, not, who REPUBLICAN TICKET. trarllypotentate or whatdominate abi- ln the best farming com- undertook to and boos more than a hundred million munity in Ohio County. For For Governor suujecis who inougiu iney were EDAA'IN P. MORROAA'. free other millions of whom offered further particulars, see, up their lives that government by one CAL P. KEOWN, Lieutenant Govprnor man, or by a few men, might perish S. THRUSTOX BALLARD. Hartford, Ky. if1-3- 1 KSKBt N1 from the faco of the earth. AA'hat Secretary of State was it we once heard so much about? AA'hen about to buy an arUelo such FRED A. A' AUGHT. Oh! It was "A government of the1 as a range, that plays an Important Attorney General people, for the people and by the peo- - 'pa,rt in the daily routine of the home, CHAS. I. DAAVSON. pie," or something to that effect, I it pays to examine it carefully to be believe. Auditor Pub. Acct's nro vnn nrn fntMnf- - tlin lmuf Mnfr. most of the money and all of tho H JOHN J. CRAIG. A,,o.:valu0- - A ranBO expert from the fac- - bonds were recovered. r.nrinp- thP wofir mmmonMn -I ln.. .,.(11 ,1,..tnn !." ...1- Supt. Pub. Instruction ust IS, a handsome set of cooking'1"" Ing' August 18th' show J'ou how tho i'on sai.i:. GEO. M. COLVIN. utensils will be given away free to ev-, ' cry purchaser of a MAJESTIC ranire .'-''". ny u lasis so 2 Appeals Clerk Court match mares, 4 and 5 years old, gift and tho long and why it is the' best value. This is an ROY R. SPECK. about 15 hands high. AVork any- -' E. P. BARNES & BRO. price of the MAJESTIC remains the where. Also new road wagon and Beaver Dam, Ky. Commissioner of Agriculture same as always, i See them while you m harness. All going at a bargain. Seo . AV. C. HANNA. are at the special demonstration, next or write, i.o.vr siii:i:i F.A'. ROYAL, reward: week. Treasurer St2p Route 3, Fordsville. E. P. BARNES & I3RO. JAMES AA'ALLACE. I One black leg, weigh'., 200 pounds. For your convenience and to enable you to sell Beaver Dam, Ky. State Senator FARM FOR SALE. .Main sheep. AVill pay good reward your cream for cash, Ave liave opened a Cream GEORGE BAKER. to finder, notify. ISKAVKIt DAM. Buying Station for the Sugar Creek Creamery 49 acres one mile west ot Duke-hurs- t. J. AV. EDMONSON. Representative Company, of Louisville, Ky. Ten acres hill, rest tiled botCt2 Equality, Ky. Mr Bert Angle, of Memphis, Venn., ISAAC S. MASON. toms. Good improvments, Bring us your cream see it tested know that three Js th guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard JJA.VK RODDICKS CAUGHT room dwelling with two porches, you are getting correct weight and fair test, and Taj lor. IX I.OGAX COUXTV f 75 per acre. For particulars see, Have you bought that bill of proMrs. Alney Casebler and daughter, take your cream check home and the empty can AV. K. HARDIN, visions from Uncle Sam yet? If not of Louisville, Ky., are the guests of back with you. No bother about shipping no you had better hurry or else you may escaped bank robbers, 84tp The two Hartford, Ky., Route J Mrs. Cosebier's parents, Mr. and Mrs losses-frospilled cream or lost cans no waitme be left out. Forest AVithers and Alfred ArmKills Chapman strong, were captured at Olmstead, ing for your money. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Master Frank Moore Taylor, who If the published statement of Ohio 12 miles out ot Russelviilc, ThursCounty looks any worse than that of has been visiting his grandparents day, August 14, by deputy sheriffs, WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE, Of North tuid South Rockport vottho State of Kentucky, it will be a .Mr. and Mrs Elvis Smith, has return- Barkley, Taylor and Riley. AVithers ing precincts: I, or one ol my depued to his homo in Detroit, Mich., and "humdinger." treat you right, and guarantee satisfaction. was accompanied homo by Mrs. and Armstrong had cnught a freight ties, will be at Rockport, Friday ando train at Russellvillc in the morning Saturday, August 15th and ICth, Our good friend, the Hartford Smith. purpose of taking the assessment Miss Maud Austin has returned and were put off one mile out of Herald, accuses us of running a town, ajid were supposed to havo of al. taxpayers within salJ pr" special last week. AVo didn't home after a visit with relatives in Herald walked to Olmstead, whero they were You will please como and glv exactly intend It for a Herald special, Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ciert Horn and Miss apprehended. They submitted to ar- your assessment at this time or g to I a little later on we may do borne-thin- g but Beaver Dam, Ky. Two pistols Hartford. 1 aurene Stevens aro visiting reln-tr.- rest without resistence. like that. ere. Some of these days, somebody li Mr Ruy Taylor, of AVest Frankfort going to quit waiting, and then, watch 111., is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mexico get the sent of her little Minerva Taylor. trousers dusted in just such a manMr. Rob AVIlliams, U. .S. Navy, is Uj-- f l ner as she has been deserving for lo! somo on a furlough. Mr. AVhalln Barnes, of San Antonio , these many yoara. Texas, is visiting his parents, at If it took President AA'llson sever, Prentiss. SO1 acres 2 miles from Hartford, good immonths to make a treaty of peaces Mr. S. N. Paris, of Kansas City, provements for tho U. S. A., what Is tho longest Kan,, who has been visiting his $60 per acre posslblo longth of time daughter, Mrs. Luther Hoover, and 28 3 acres 5 miles from Hartford, good imTHE UNIVERSAL CAR and ten millions ot pcoplo affected, Mr. Hoover, has returned home. provements ought to have to investigate and pass $1,500.00 George AVIlliams, of North Caro"pon It? The Ford Runabout is a Runabout in r: ,. lina,, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Jen 5G acres 4 miles from Hartford, good improve- w 5 '3J)C reality a regular business messenger, solving nie AVIlliams. . .$3,000.00 ments l.ouisvlllo is hi tho throes of a Mr, and Mrs. Jim Vollor nnd son, the question of economical and quick transpor354 acres 9 miles from Hartford good stock street car strike, in which much law nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A'ellor and tation. The Contractor, Builder, Traveling lobsnebs Is boing engaged In. AVhllo children, of Blcknell, lud are the farm $1,700.00 all find the Ford Salesman, Collector, Solicitor, the omployeu and employer ara fuss- guests of Mrs. John A'ellor. 70 acres 5 miles from Hartford, 30 acres bottom, well as the Runabout the most convenient as ing and fighting ovor tho mutter of Mrs. Ellis Rummage and chlldron, good improvements $3,500.00 wages, the public may bo damned, o fDotrolt, Mich., aro visiting friends most economical among motor cars. Durable s fctop work, and stay at home. day in the year. 45 acres 7 miles from Hartford, good improve- nnd rolatlvos hore. in service, and useful every of this charactor aro a disgrace Mr. Dowoy Brown, of Nnshvlllo, ments We solicit your order for one or more. We ask $1,600.00 to civilisation. Tonn., was the guest of his sister, in the repair of your car, assuryour patronage 130 acres 6 miles from Hartford, bargain $1,600 Mrs. Edgar Allan and Mr. Allen, last ing you of genuine Ford Parts, skilled workmen, of weok. sold millions After having 541. acres 5 miles from Hartford, extra good reasonable prices. pounds of muut to hpeculators and Prof, and Mrs. E. E. Tartar, who "land and improvements $4,500.00 profiteorn for 80 conts por pound, huvo boon visiting relatives in Arling miles from Hartford, good land . . . .$5,000.00 50 acres genoral public paid ton, Ky., have returned homo. lor which tho E. good land, some shout 60 coats, tho Governmental j 220 acres 7 miles from Hartford, Mrs. Oscar Flonor is visiting hor a halt had buon callod mother, Mrs. A. II. Gardner. aftor umuer, goou lmprovomenis line $70 per acre by CnngroM, U soiling tho remainder Beaver Dam, Ky. miles from Hartford, 45 acres bot100 acres Experlonco in thousands of homes of tha nurpliiH direct to tho columnar, tom, balance hill, good improvements. . ...$5,000.00 has piovod that tho MAJESTIC Is the for 34 to 30 rents. ono rango that gives real satisfaction Any of these farms can be bought on easy ' Provided nothing happens, our old uud cuts down the cost of living. An terms. This is a small list of the many Heth Tliomat) and the Dig lloiii will expert from tho MAJESTIC factory bargains we can sell you. If you want to net b nompelled to uulimlt to tin will bo at our etoro during the wook rcwnrMt'til spoctaclo of having tliolr commencing August IStli, nnd will buy or sell see hgnds iltifUHl back nnd forth ovr ehow you why the 1IAJBSTIC Is the their faei with the change ot the ouly range for you. E J BARNES & DRO , eeafrnns, Jiut to suit tho whlni nf th jjv'-- !.t:n, Ky The tu 1 llu-- . iu the cltk lis 3&L u dSf tw3? M6Z?J2- iff a s LwA jdFws.lnm &: teciuu; dMRIKR3R $ c i rr" " m fori t-.-j- i nm -- s Ji&&MK m araz ?i- -j . wK Qwbv any fifcoadl 4r fkroudlt axty weaker M mgm& ff' imss'.'Km j - i a-'- d Kokomo Long Life White Gridiron Tread Tires'with Gray Side Walls mnu mm i ASrimvsS..M .mmim jmm ( be-w- ill wear-resistin- er j J ,&mim ..&W JvM mWlMii gsrm A J Inn IMmAi' If inaill g.sve -- ,C:4 '--W TT-l5- v mum sw,wrn h' airt .hhj a ll ed ACTON BROTHERS T AN Q TfJ Dealers Hartford, Ky. - "' .". "u'l:- ut ! Sell Your Cream at Home - m fo.-th- J. D. Williams & Sons es 1 V J ""!" Farms For Sale t. one-hundr- .f 1-- $ ' Spec-taclo- I I 1 P. Barnes Br o. 3i. 6ij I0LBR00K, PARKS k COMPANY' t4 Wfj received some splendid nows Miss Ednn Black, of thcr Ilcrnk', visited relatives nt Griffith, last week. Jotters esterday afternoon, Km lhto ,'.UXt for this IsHiic. Real Style in Dress It is possible only with style your Corset. 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 tlie youthful charm and gracefulness of your naturally good figure. real style in Prlvnto I3d Hoover, of Ilouto 3, Miss I.onNo Smlser. of Cynthlana. arrived homo InHt week nfter having seen 18 months service over-sea- s. will arrive hero to be tho guest of MIks Elizabeth Davidson for A. II. Carson Is expected to tirrlvo a few days. homo today from n business trip to Mrs. K. V. Cooper and children Lonisvlllo and Cincinnati, Ohio. left yesterday for their .lome In Mrs. S. C. Render was the guest of NtwhvIIle, Tenn., after spending a her father, Mr. Luther Kcnricr anil month hero with Mrs. Cooper's mothfamily, of Heaver Dam, last week. er, Mrs. C. M. Harnett. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gary and sons, For Sale 80 acres farm land. 4 Hay and Carson, of Horse Ilrnnch, miles east of Hartford, near school were guests of Prof, and Mrs. E. S. house. Plenty of good water. Dwelling and other buildings. F. T. JACOHS, Mr. William Wnlkor, of Lexington, 8tf II. 2, Hartford, Ky. has been tho guest of Mr. Vnlkc Carter and otlur relitlves of Route 1, LOST July 23, on road between for several days. Hartford and Hooker's Hluff, ono Lady's handbag, containing about MM Grace Jones, of Madlsonvlllc, L$1G.00. Finder deliver to this officereturned homo Snlurday after visiting or to Mls VIOLET ALLEN, Route C, MUsea Myrtle Carter and Sudln Allen Hartford, and receivo rownrd. for two or thrco weoks. Onjy two mnrrlage license havo Messrs. J. C. Iter and A. I. (Dat) been Issued by County Clerk Blankon- Nail went to Louisville, Sunday. Mr. shlp since our last issue: Custer HavHer was In tho city on business, but ens, of Roslne, to Florence Nelson, Hat just went to Louisville. Roslno; Henry Trail, Simmons, to Pclina Moore, Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. H. Carson and daughter, Anna Rnc, will nrrlvo at Mr. S. L. King, accompanied by homo today from Louisville, where his daughter, Miss Margaret, are ex they have been during tho week. pected to arrive homo tho first of next week from Decatur, Ala. Mr Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith motored King, while visiting friends and relathrough to Rcpton, Friday, to visit tives is also on a business mission. Mr. Smith's lirothcrfMr. W. E. Smith and family. They returned Monday Mrs. J. N. and Mrs Loyd Howard, Sunday. - U vWell Dressed AMERICAN LADY CORSETS Look for the name. A model for every type of Back Lace or Front Lace figui-e- . You'll find exactly the right model for you. 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 Barnett nt S5, $4, 33.50, $2.50, $2, $1.50 ginning August 19th. Don't fall 10 of this place, Wednesdny. Tho three take advantago of this special offer first named are nieces of Mrs. Bunger Crimson Clover, 1919 seed, and guaranteed. Ask the spending Lonisvlllo in after COUNTY AGENT. the wqek with Mrs. J. C. Hill and Wo have a nice lino of Oil Stoves family. ' and Ranges. WILLIAMS &. DUKE. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Robertson, of Pomona, Cal., arrived here Saturday Mr. Arnold Wallace, of Akron, for an extended visit with Mr. Robert Ohio, is spending a few days with his son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. father, Mr. J. T. Wallace, of near Robertson. town. Mr. Wallace will return to the city within a few days, if his For Sale One farm of 67' acres, Rubber father, who has been very ill, connear Rob Roy school house. For intinues to improve. formation write to, J. H. EMBRV, Wo Invite tho public to Inspect our' ncaver Dam, K. No. 3. 8tf new stock of Furniture, Rugs, Druggets, Stoves and Ranges, in fact anyMrs. Fannie M. Taylor, who has you may need to furnish your been HI for quite a long time, at the thing you have not visited us t homo of her sister, Mrs. Matilda E. home. If our new location, como in and look Tlnsloy, is thought to be slowly us over. ACTION BROS. weakening. i ed of Grltlln, Ind., and Mrs. Martin It's MAJESTIC range bargain week and a daughter and son of the latter, & HRO'S. store beE. P. HARNES of Utlca, visited Mrs. G. W. Bungor to shape and the exactly not stretched or shrunk into shape after knitting. Fast in color dyed with "Harms-no- t guaranteed Dye" not to rot , burn or weaken the yarn. wool orsilk "perfect in Incotton, weavefwearandvash." Whynot take home several pair today? CARSON & C03ITANY r Mrs. Dell Maddox and littlo son, John Clove, will return to I heir hom(. Hartford, Ky. m SOLD ONLY BY r 2k&B&Gbi The Hartford FKIIUV " Republican AUGUST ' Mr- - '! (tiiiu, w.ih Isnac Westorfioid. of Fordsin iiuriioru, lUiniuay - s 1 County Mr. M. L. McCracken, Iter. R. J. Brandon, of Fordsvllle, Agent, has a list of nice seed wheat, was In town Monday, on business. as well as a large list of stock and X ' Wo havo ryo and timothy seed In other items for sale for, farmers. Seo him for his list. Personal News abundnuce. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. County Attorney, A. D. Kirk, is and Social Euents. A expected to arrive home the first of Miss Emllo Pendleton is visiting '.'91. FOR SALE 100 acres of coal next week from an extended visit to ,, Miss Aunlo Laura Hayes, nt Owens- miles west of Prentiss, New York City and various other rights, 2V ot boro, this week. i on Rockport and Cromwell road. Will "i'B Fresh line of loose cakes. poitits in the north-eas- t. trade for fully equipped Ford Car. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Are you trading with WILLIAMS i m Miss Erma Carter, who has been Must have starting system. & DUKE? If not you nro losing DR. H. B. INNES. attending tho Business College In see money. Ask your neighbor. fc If you are in need of Unln-tic- s Pleasureville, Ky. BowlIng'Green, is spending her vaca- St5p LIKENS & LEACH. ( tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs I Mr. John T. Moore, formerly of thl3 A. A. Carter, of Route 1, Hartford. Ask us about that John Deere WiklJ&Zm The Ohio County Fair August 2$, place, but now of Louisville, Is in You don't FULL POWER hay press 20, and 30. Dawson Springs, recuperating. For Sale Thoroughbred, big type, havo to rarry the hay tho lc gth of mR'&jBB Poland China Hogs. 2 boars 6 tho stack. Put tho press at the cen WMr. Martin Nnbors, of Olaton, was Mrs. j n Wallace, of Central City months old, 7 pigs, both sexes 3 ter of tho stack, thereby saving tlmo here, Monday. will nrrhe here y to bo the guest months old. Prices reasonable and labor. i of jIri nml jra s Ti ijarnetti W. S. DEAN, Ct4. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. at Thcro won't bo any . Dundee, Ky. ILER'S SALE. For laundering silks and other lino If you were bred in Old Kentuck , ' fabrics uso Lux, or Ivory Soap Flakes. W. J. Bean purchased tho resldcnco get tho Kentucky Thoroughbred bug' Mr. Ray Cole, of Olaton, Route 1, On salo at WILLIAMS & proporty of Capt. J. G. Keown, on gies. Wo havo them, and want you DUKE. was in town Tuesday. Washington street, adjacent to tho to look them over. Tho Farmer's Mrs. Nora "Wedding Hill, who had Baptist church, Monday. Cnpt. Keown friend, Acton Bros, havo added auto ro- - been visiting friends In Contral City and family contemplate locating In J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, '""for a fow days, returned hero Tue- - Paducah. pairing to their business. "Uoth Phonos. Beaver Dam, Ky. day. SL Otto C .Martin mado a business Wo ajo going to carry anything Herschol Ross, Army Field Clerk, trip to Bulzetown, Tuesday Mr. S. A. Anderson, of Lonisvlllo, you might want in Furniture, Hard stationed at Nowport News, in tho was nero Saturday, to attend tno ware, Groceries and Pain,t and will capacity of secretary to Major Goner- C. Ilycrs, of Olaton, was in burial of his father, Mr. II. A. Andor- - bo glad to show you our lino before al Adelbert Cronkhlto, is visiting, the sou. Hartford, on business, Monday. you buy. homo folks near Echols, for a few i WILLIAMS & DUKE. days. Mr. Ross was In Hartford, tf ft Mrs. T. It. Barnard, of Howling )Vc pay cash every day for eggs and Tuesday, calling on old friends. G roen, spent from Monday until Wed W. 13. ELLIS & HRO. Mrs. E. G. Ilarrass, Misses Margaret nesday hero with friends and rela- - and Mary Marks lof Wednesdny for Havo you seen Mr. John Smith, tho BEST Patent Flour, J1.G5 pur ?1 Uvea, Dawson Springs, for n ton days so- MAJESTIC rango demonstrator? Ho LIKENS & LEACH. pound bag. journ. Mtss.Hottle Riley, who is now will bo horo all week. Havo him AVnnlod Whito girl to do all- - In Owonsboro, will Join tho party in show you tho greatest improvement M' fairs. Rowan Holbrook went to Ow- - round, light housekeeping npply to' Dawsbu, Sunday. over put on a rango. rVT , enstioro, aiommy, returning inai n- rk. i: uasismku, E. P. BARNES & BRO. BY ternoou. Hartford, Ky. Dr. J. R. Plrtlo, has completed tho Beavor Diini, Ky. Wit! , Installation of a lighting plant nt his Attorney, John T. Itono, of Centor- Miss Maurino Martin returned offlco, from which ho will not only obWhen in town visit J. A. TATE'S own, was horo on legal business, homo tho latter part of(Iast week tain light but power for tho oporatton Restaurant for quick lunches, cold " Tuesday. from a visit to relatives In Llvormore of machinery and lovlcos necessary drinks, both fountain aim bottled MRf.ttfgB' and Earllngton. In his profession. ico cream, also for your cigars, cigarMr. J. I, Guodmnn, of tho Herald. ettes, tobaccos nml good caudles. Two good mules,. FOR SALE courtesy spent Sunday with his family in. Tho Restaurant where Miss Harriot Floncr has accepted Will sell at a bargain. Call ovor a position with tho A. C. A.'s branch roigiiB. grtfr"'Oweiisboro. homo phono or seo J.T. MOORMAN, house nt Cromwoll. Wo predict In $12 Main Stroot, Hartford, Ky Hartford, Ky. Messrs. J. U. Wallnco and 'John M. 7t3 advanco, that whatovor Miss Harriet Ragsdulo,' of Sulphur Springs, woro To got a handsomo sot of is expected to' do for tho Company All soldiers, sailors, and murines, will bo properly dono. absolutely froo If you buy a MAin town Monday. nttonding tho meeting at Nocreuk on JESTIC rango next week, Is an offor Mr J C Ilor has sold his residonco, August 24, nro requested to wear Tho now, smooth fjnlsh MAJESTIC worth investigating. Visit our specranges on display nt E. P. BARNES ial demonstration during tho weok properly in the Thomas addition, to their uniforms. & HRO'S store, aro boautioe. You eomiuonolng August IS, and we wt'l Mr- - h. M Ward, of noar town. ' For Sale Good C room (lwolllqg, huuld nee them thin week during the show you this flue waro whtoh is an gift. Mrs E E. Ulrkuoad ton TuotdRy with largo hall. In first icIum con- ipwlnl ilsmouatnitlon. Ifor, Daon Spring, whtre alio ox- - dltlun and on a lars 14 B. P, I1ARNBS & HRO. fl. P. BARNES & BRO. L. T. (KBLLHY) RILEY. Sti Beavor Dam, Ky. Beaver Dam, Ky. pects o reufcin for om time. 1 Miss Gladdys Bennett, who recently graduated from the Bowling Green Business College, arrived here Saturday for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Noblo Baird, and other relatives, before going to her home in Decatur, Alabamn. "the Musician's tMMMtMMIM , mm :m vvm . Hi' -- Instrument the Interior decorator's delight -- the Teacher's Aid , I the Source of Never:ending entertainment THE NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a soul" To the musician it is more than reproducer of tunes. It is the Recreator of Music. To the Interior Decorator and lover of fine arts Wf f w $:1 y$i . its exquisit Period designs make it a Phonograph apart. In the home, it's true music its of all that is beautiful and real in music is of utmost cultural benefit. Its lighter music for lighter moods is g entertainment. a source of We shall take pleasure in demonstrating the New Edisoh for you. Re-creati- on v mk never-endin- E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. , - ut It CO1.0KKD SUCCKHSI-'Ul- TIJACIIlMtS 1IOI.1) i INSTITUTE DIRECTORY Judge Clerk CIRCUIT COURT. R, W. Slack, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCum'tli. Attorney ford. A. C. 18 cents a package y Camels are sold everywhere in scientific-allsealed packages of 20 cigarettes; or ten packages (.200 cigarettes) in a carton. ' We strongly recommend this carton for the homa or office supply, or when you travel. R, J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winiton-Salo- N. C i ' expert blend of choice and choice Domestic answers every cigarette tobaccos desire you ever had ! Camels give such universal delight.such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation ! If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, smoke Camels! If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you canl Camels' expert blend makes all this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price i CAMELS 1 The colored Institute, composed of teachers of Ohio, McLean, Muhlen- borg nml llutlor counties, convened at tho Court House Monday, Aug. 11, with Prof. Frank L. Williams, Supt. of tho Sumner High School nt St. i.oiiIh, Mo., ns tho Instructor, lly n ivoto'oftho teachers' It wns decided to hold tho regulnr meetings at the public school house. In Haytl, It be ing pointed out that tho distance tho teachers' would hnvo to walk to tho Court Houho would bo entirely too far, mid by having It nt tho'scliool house, more of tho patrons could attend tho sessions. The Institute was organized with the following teachers as ofllcers: Prof. S. M. Taylor, Chairman; Mrs. Louise Wooten, Secy., and Miss Helen Hall, Organist. Prof Williams, at tho beginning made nn address sotting forth tho object of the Institute, and tho things to bo accomplished. Ho also laid great stress upon tho importance of the patrons attending the sessions, in other words, ho stated that tho Institute was brought hero for their ben efit. Among some of the Important top-- i les very ably discussed by the Iustruc-- ! tor nre as follows: "The Value of Citizenship" In which the Instructor forcibly showed how tho school was ja means of training children Into good cltlzons; "Tho organization and manngonient of tho School" wns also discussed and very plainly connected with an Individual's life. "Tho Re lationship between tho School and Home" was discussed by thu Instructor and many new thoughts brought out. Teacher Attending The Colored Inj . Porter, Hartford. BEAVER BAM. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. nrcICcnney. Clerk R. W. Kiwi. Polico Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevcim. FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jones. Clerk Olln Cobb. Hartford. Polico Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. lBt Monday In March 13 days Mnrshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dnyt Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAlt, 1st Monday In July 12 days County Board of Ediirullon. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 3d Mondny In September 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover. HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Mondny In November 12 days W. Dun", Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. Com'th. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows. COUNTY COUHT. Ky. Meets first Mondny in each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno, Judge- Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. B Otla H. Stevens, Uenv-e- r Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dam, Ky. Sherlir S. A. Brntcher. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In Tuv Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; 1ft Monday In April; 1st Surteyor C. S. Moxlcy. Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny in AuCoroner E. P. Rodgors. 1st gust; 1st Mondny In October; FISCAIj COURT. Monday In December. County Board of Exninlners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando- October. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee .Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, 20. - n, 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Routo 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav er Dam. Q. B. Brown. Simmons. .Iril District 4th District G. W. Howe. Center- town. nth District W. C. Daugherty.Ualze-town- . (Itti District fur, W. S. 11111. stitute. Prof. Frank I.. Williams, Mrs. Nolle Mason, .Mrs. Viola Tichcnor. Mrs. Marllda Uaker, Misses Harriet ear, Mnttic Johnson, Esther Smith. Mary Eaves, Helen Hall, Ora Robin-suMrs. Roxle May, Mr. M. S. Taylor, Mrs. Mallnda Taylor, Mr. Mosea Hawkins, Mr. M. J. Sleet, Mrs. Nadean Hines. .Mrs. Otta George, Mrs. E. M. Gough. Mary A. Wilson and Mrs. L. V. Wooten. 7th District 8th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. B. C. Rhoadea, HartG. ford, Route n, HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Polico Judge C. M. Crowo. Marshal E. P. Cnsebler. ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Hoard James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Polico Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. Jnn. 21 nnd 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Boaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May, 9 and 10 Common school Boaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. May 1C and 17 County teachers (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford Juno, 20 nnd 21 County and examination (whlto) Fordsvlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and state teachers' examination (colored) State-teacher- Hartford. July, Hnrtford. Sept., Sept. ID Ohio County Institute, and 20 County nnd State teachers' examination, Hartford. 2C (white) 11KAVV TAX FOK IIUXS. staged a revolution In 1917 without A financial program for raising Victim Is Killed Ity Her Hrotlicr in informing the government and that his activities in the rcichstag caused about $5,000,000,000 annually in Family Quarrel the moral collapse of the German peo taxes has been agreed on. Tho monple. ey is needed for the payment of InCentral City Argus mm demnities to the allies about A shooting, the culmination of reand will be due next May AVAR KKSPOXSIMUTY. peated family quarrels, took place for the support of tho government Sunday near Rockport, on the Muh lenberg count side of Green river, Arrangements have been made for Profits from invested capital will ha resulting in the killing of Mrs. Clyde' a special state tribunal to inquire In- - taxed from 25 to 30 per cent. Taxes Garry. and wounding of her husband, to and fix responsibility for the wr on business turnovers and on commo The shooting was done by Noah The tribunal will decide on the guilt dities of various kinds are provided for. "Brutal" measures will be re Zachary, a brother of the woman of persons Involved but it is not Zachary, with his wife audi powered to mete out punishment. sorted to to bring hoarded money Into circulation and prevent fraud. Special three children resided in the same ; Sittings will bo public. regulations have been made to prebuilding with Gany and his wife, vent tax evasions and to control taxa both men being in the employ of a HATS DIE ble property outside of tho country, saw mill operator and engaged the so do mice, once they eat greater part of tin time in Iiauliug And they leavo no odor behind. Don't held by German citizens. lumber. take our word for it try a package. At the time tUo trouble oamo uu, Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rats 'Why I Put lp With Rat.s For Years,' the renewal of the quarrel last pass up all food to get Writes X. Windsor, Farmer. "Sunday, (lurry was not present nit Three sizes. "Years ago I bought some rat poicoming upon tho sccno about tbo 25c size (1 cake) enough for Pan- son,' which nearly killed our flno time that Zachary had emptied tho try, Kitchen or Cellar. watch dog. It so scared us that wo contents of one barrel of a shot gun 50c size, ( 2 cakes) for Chicken suffered a long time with rats until into tho breast of his wife, receivod House, coops or small buildings. my neighbors told me about the contents of the oiner barrel In $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all That's tho sure rat killer and his right shoulder and breast, tlm farm and storage a safe one." Three sizes, 25c, 50e, wound not being a serious one. Mri. buildings, or factory buildings. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. P. Garry was shot through tho heart Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case- Casebier, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug ..and death resulted almoit instantly. bier, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams &. Duke, Walker m Storo. Williams & Duke and Walker Myrtle. She was 25 years old. m Coroner T. R. Casebier and Sheriff j Myrtle, Idle wcro called. Upon examination FRENCH AERIAL PILOTS of the corpso Coroner Casebier fovid LOSE (10 l'CT. OF FNITS Mrs. Mack says that sho docs not n loaded pistol concealed in tho bosom know how sho has got along so long of tho dead woman's dress. Tho without the MAJESTIC. She is Paris, Aug 15. French pilots and summoned for the Inquest re-- I lighted with it. If you are dlssatls observers killed and wounded during turned a verdict to the effect that the (led with your present range como to the war aggregated GO per cent of deceased came to her death from a 'the SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION the total flying personnel of slightly gun-shwound In the hands of Noah .during tho week commencing August less than 13,000 men. Zachary. lSth, and tho expert from tho MA- The percentage ot loss was greater Zachary was arrested by sheriff .JESTIC factory will tell you why the than that of any other branch of thu l.llo and lodged in jail at Greenville. MAJESTIC gives genuine satisfaction French army. Ho claims that the killing wns done in E. P. BARNES & BRO. Pilots and observers killed at tho as his sister was advancBeaver Dam, Ky. front numbered 1,945, while- 1.4C1 ing upon him with a shot gun and mm are mfsMug and aro bolloved to bo threatening to kill him and his wlfo They alono can bo pronounced dead.. Thoso wounded at tho front There were no witnesses to tho affair hnppy whose minds aro like tho tran- totaled 2,922 and 1,927 wcro killed outside of tho two families. of tho fighting by no quil sea wasted In flights In tho rear YOUNG WOMAN SHOT ter of Austra-Hungar- y, parll-menta- ry and 27 County nnd Stato cachcrs' examination (colored) LIIF tf WATCH Mothers WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A j i d. XigFrey$ YOrR B88r HEART Work-sho- p Trtalitenl WEAK for LUNGS or RAT-SNA- For the Children A Safe, Vermiiiree Remedy for Worms CONSUMPTION A quick rclicl (or lint tired, rundown leelinc. couclil. paint in chril. nlrlil tnrati. liorriot rhtffrt, weak lunct or rnnaumplion. If it doe not help you il cotla you nothing. g FOR ONE MONTH COLUMDtjn ii jr RAT-SNA- -- Strains result in Heart Trouble when you least expect it RAT-SNA- P. itAffS . year rontlnu- out ow It thi tmtlmonlal KHKY'8 VKMIiruOKcao oiler you. Krtpa bnltle always on hind. It will help keen tho little onrt uappj and healthy. 23c. a bottle at your driiff. fflfll'a, or general itoiet or It your dealer can't aupply you eud hit name and 23c. In lUmp and we'll tend you a bottle promptly. Mi 50 OHIO MEDICAL CO. Lock oox m 01 o ft Oeetrid It is the iiiii u E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. i FOR KIDNSY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE " over Succeed when everything else fails. In nervoui prostration und female vcalcncsse they nre the buprtme tetnedy, at thousands have testified. iraer a drugcl3 s n ben medicine ever sold -4--fc- , do-ju- ry a Tonic and Regulator for the Weakened Heart is SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Intf. MY HEAD! head fccla When tho aches, when one feels all out-of-sorts counter. thick or perhaps a ot - High Blood For V ly-Tjr?mNL V afv is tho signal coated tpHRHC it j 1-- y CASTORlA For Infants andChildren Always bears When nn efficient antisoptlc is appliLITTLE (illtli CHILLED FOR ed promptly, there Js no danger of InTHREE YEARS MEXDENUALL'S the TOXIC CURED fection and tho wound begins to heal CHILL AX1I FEVER Signature of at onco. For uso on man or beast. Ingrahum, HI. July 31, 1914. J. C, Borozono Is the ideal antiseptic and Mendonhall, Evansvllle, I ml. Dear healing agent. Buy It now and ho TAXES DUE. State, County und Common school Sir Is your chill tonic sold horo? ready for an oniergoncy. Prlco 25c, tax bills, for the prosont year havojSoveti years ago I was In Missouri. 50c, $1.00 und $1.50. Sold by Ohio m loon placed In my hands for collec-.M- y llttlo girl had chiliad for over County Drug Company m tion Cash Is needed with which to threo years, I hud doctored her all WILL FLY TO JAPAN. pay running expunsos. Como andltho tfmo but could not got them i;ut your tax hill while it may bo broke, Wo got n bottlo of Monilon-hall'- s A trip from Rome to Tokoy, Japan, Chill Tonic from tho druggist crocurod at coat. S. A. BRATCHER. that broko thorn mid she has not chill- ami back by airplane is being planned ed since. Now I havo n friend who by Gubrlolo d'AnnunzIo, u skilled aviShorlff of Ohio County. t has a child that has had chills for ator of tho Italian corps. Tho route eighteen mouths. Sho can't get lies through Asia Minor, India. TougPROVE ER.BERGER A LIAR. them broko and wants this medicine hing and China to Japan. Ration Hulfforlch If I can not got It near horo will send depots will ho established along the Former proposes to bring suit against MathliiH to you. Mrs. Ida Stanley. Users route whoro Uio aviator cun replenish llrzborgor to "prove him a liar and plonpo note .MiiHlonhnU's Chill Ton- - his supplies. Tho dlstunco altogethIrnitor." Holfforlch char gas that Erz- - lo outsuIlB all othar chill tonic com- - er is about 20.0Q0 milas and d'AnSold by nunzIo proposas .to cover It In u bergor, at tho instigation ot Count IiIiimI where Introduced. mouth. Czerclu, at that time foreign mluU- - Ohio County Drug Co. In Use For Over 30 Years by no griefs. Inflamed by no ulsts, area. enervated by no relaxing pleasures; Surgeons ngreo that in cases of and such serenity, vlrturo alone can Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds, fMcorn. 'irndne.fi. ,'1T" UtU treatment Is most Important. a alarmed fears, Pressure W X ?' vif the-firs- t Physicians tiro employing a most effective and satisfactory remedial agent in &a$fM&izfc aSYOKlst ''Tho Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Prescribed also by physicians for constipation, indigestion, rheumatic affections,, hardening of the arteries and skin affections. Money back if not satisfied. feS?ai2S5 tin prc&crlntlan liv pliyticians or at your driiKiiltt'a. r"rec looMct on rtqucbt. The Devonian Mineral Sprinc Co. cleaned out at ones. can bo best ascribed to our own neglect or carelessness. AVIion flinnrirnnufnil in the discharge of their duties, the putrefactive germs set in and generate toxins actual poisons, which lill one's own body. Sleepiness after meals, Hushing of the face, extremo 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, gnstritis, many forms of catarrh, asthma, ear affections and allied ailments result from 7 Auto-inloxieati- y "fH k I Jft v are accnmti- mtl"8 m tn0 system, nnd t"at poisons V m" m should he FOR prrxsrtMA! iivpil-m-p Dit solved in water for douches ttopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam. mation. Recommended by Lydio E. t'inkham Med. Co. for ,. I A healing wonder for nam I catarrh! -- . . ..w... ., ueeycf economical, KV'V.'n c" I"'"""" clMo-iii- 3l5 f" and 8em.icultl pmvrr. onitnuii, or lu.pa.J by I USELIV-VERLA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Feci rlulit nit tho time. Don't lay oS from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - Ver-Lo- x kecpa you on your foot, while rclieviiigyourtroub' Jo. Sufer too, and easy to take. Dorin tako anything else. You can't afford it. Jiiimlnatca poisons, cleanses bvb tern and relieves constipation. A nat-urremedy, natural in its uctions, In ita cireet nnd certain in results. Bur H won't bo long beforo win completely displace calomel in cv.-r- i home.! Children can tako it freely un2 with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo nntecd. 50c und $! in bottles. turo of L, K. Grigbby. For sale by al o i.rr- gifK.W tfiS . May-apple- tho drug store, a pleasant vegetable laxativo, called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, composed of 4 aloes and jalap, Take castor oil, or procure at 4 (Int'orioratri) Owcnsboro, Ky. & Hartford lU'iiubllcnn, $1.30 per jcar B. so they nro refreshing and palatablf. Vegetables Just out of tho garden tasto hotter when simply cooked steamed, boiled or linked and servKpw H'IiphI IHnpiimvn Hppiii To Ho Well ported In tho Shenandoah and ed with a llttlo salt, butter, milk or valleys. Straw-falle- n wheat cream. Often a hcnvily seasoned 1'iulpr Cnl roll obIndications nro Hint tho two dread- due to this cause was commonly sauco covers up tho mqro dcslrahlo ed foreign foes of wheat, flng smut served In theso regions whero tho per- vegotablo flavor. centage of Infestation by tho Hessian mid tuko-nl- l, will not liccomo wideOvercooking of vegetables Impairs spread In tlio United States. The U. fly hns very materially Increased this their flavor. Very dclicnto flavors year. Itcports received from tho aro destroyed, whllo vegetables with S. Department of Agriculture thnt tho two Stntos whero wesfm half of the Mississippi llasin very strong flnvors, such ns cahbago tli osi! diseases appeared, Indiana nnd nlso Indicate Increased abundance of or onions, become disagreeably strong Illinois, hnve taken steps thnt will tho pest. If cooked too long. Overcooking alGrowers o,f winter wheat should so destroys tho provent tho spread of tho diseases attractivo color of from tho Infected fields nnd thnt put Into prnctlco nt once measures porno vegetables. wlpo out In n few years tho advocated by tho United States He-- 1 should Cook summer vegetables ns soon nfpnrtinent of Agrlculcuro to avoid ' tor they aro gathered ns possible, In Infection in fluids whero It exists. Indiana officials camo to tho rccont losses to tho 1920 crop by tho Hes- order to prcsorvo tho flavor. If thny hearing In Washington with adequate sian fly. There Is no remedy for must bo kept over, keep In tho Ice safeguards already placed. Shortly this pest when onco it takes posse--slo- n box or some other cool placo. of n crop of wheat. Injury can nftor tho hearing, Illinois establishLet wilted vegetables soak In cold ed similar safeguards. All tho Infcc-te- d no prevented solely ny Keeping tim water to freshen them. If vegetables fly out of the wheat. Tho depart- must 111 lioth wheat States is under constand after paring them, cover trol and will bo disinfected hefore any ment exports say the following meth- with cold water to prevent wilting use whatever is made of It. All ods nro cffcctlvo: and discoloration. Do not sow wheat on stubble If posstraw and stuhhlo nro to ho hurtled, lloforo cooking, put head vegetables sible to avoid doing so. ' thrashing machines aro to ho thorand greens In cold water for one hour I'low under nil Infested stubblo jwlth n tabclspoon oughly disinfected, nnd no wheat is of vinegar to rc- I 1., to lie grown In an Infected area for .. t.,1 ..l.w..l ..!... ...!.- movo ,ncct, Upn wash yo cnrcfu, soon after harvest, especially where ,,. fevi ra' ;C ir. Under theso conditions full cpnfl- - this does not Intorfcru with tho grow-denDraln all boiled vegetables ns soon "f clover nnd gorngo grasses. Is felt thnt neither of tho dls-,las tender they become soggy If alDestroy all volunteer wheat by bar-arei;isis will spread from tho diseased lowed to stand undrnlnod nftcr cookIn Illinois and Indiana. Thnt;"w'K, disking, plowing or other- - ing. The water drained off mny be dues not mean, however, that Hio wise. saved for soup stock. i I'low all laud to be 'sown to winter f ght against flag smut and take-al- l Most vegetables are better when It over. It Is possible th'at one or wheat ns early and deeply as existing cooked in u small amount of water both of the diseases exist this year in conditions permit and propnro a thor- because a part of the mineral salt places whero they have not been rec- oughly pulverized and compacted seed dissolves out Into tho water and is ognized There Is; however, no great bed. IflSf If Itin wilful t3 MirnlVM tlu'-jConserve moisture ngalnst a period Co()U w,loo w,ien poaillllc. lirobnblllty that this Is true. Tho Department of Agriculture and Its co- of drought at seeding time Ton dor Hplnnch or lettuce loaves Use the best seed procurable, operating agencies ha bocn diligentrnmilrn tin mMrwl u'ntnr fnr nrw,1tnr Keep .ho soil in good tilth nnd.;,f tn(m)1I,,hIv wnBhei, ly on the lookout for theso two onoURh water . ,. , all summer nnd have found no most Important or nil. sow winter ,,., n nrnvml wheat during the fly-frperiod as evidences of them except In tho two advised by local farm advisors or nreas Doth flag smut and ta!:-nDelicately vegetables flavored In State experiment stations occur In Illinois anil onlv take-al- l should bo steamed or cooked slowly Community action in theso mea- In a Indiana. The experts, however, realsmall amount of boiling water ize tho possibility that some Infested sures Is absolutely essential to coiu-pl- until tender and the water bolls success. spots may h.we escaped innervation, a way. nnd It would not bo surprising If Strongly flavored vegetables may The eelworm disease of wheat may ,bo cooked diseased fields aro found next spring. In a largo uncovered In the mean-timthere will bo no hi controlled by tho uso of clean seed, amount of rapidly boiling water, by crop rotation, and by sanitation. let up In tho work of preventing eith and the water changed several time. er of the diseases from getting a real 'during the cooking In tho United IliiuMi Scrub Sire. foothold anywhere United Starchy vegetables should h" put on St.itt1 Tho Federal Department Is States 'and cooked In a sufficiently large working with tho authorities of IlliWith confdonco that bettor live amount of boiling water to nois mid Indiana, giving them every stock satisfaction nnd many them. Hoil gently and keep ketUrf;i possible aid. Its pathologists aro benefits to Its owners, I Invito tho covered. . a cntrp ticnlly studying tho diseases, concerted action of fanners, stock- The m rciul-f- d for cooking veir- nnd its representatives are searching men, and othors in banishing scrub otablc, depend:- - on tho kind. size, and the country ovor to make certain sires irom llie Milieu Elates. The nBe 0( tne vegetable. Judgment must MluUier or not there are other Infest- widespread use or interior male ue uso I in d riding when they are ed nreas and to soo that offectivo breeding animals has been for many ,,u ic iljue ut nr.t overdone. only that the Rumanians, Czechs and liieaoiires of control nro available "If years a cause of low production per! .niiy Mich areas are discovered. animal and of needless poor quality. I tetter K;; Production From I'rope-Serbs would coilio in and save them Prompt Action I'irwiils (Jtinraiitinc The continuance of such conditions Rumanian troops, according to rely Foil KouN i no The cooperation of State authorl- - is uneconomic nnu unnecessary, ln or(ier to obtain an abundance- - cent reports, have driven tho soviet ties Is essential in order to prevent j direct and practical menus of inipror-'URR- g n js necessary to have healthy, army back and are now occupying If further Infestations l merit Is to use breeding animals, es- - vigorous stock, pror-ur- l ' iel The Budapest." li.ud.shii should bo discovered. Only prompt poclaily sires, which are true repro-- 1 following are good praln mixers for action of Indiana and Illinois pro- - scntatives of breeds developed for alt'i invlnr stork the FLEE Iip- - FOUR GERMANS vented the placing of n quarantine dofinlte useful purpose Mcl'HEARSON STOCKADE ing liy wejKht: Ratio l 1 K.iual parts I am confident, too, that the pub- - of cracke,i corn, wheat, against all the wheat in those States, and oats. a measure which would have meant lie. knowing production to be per- - nation 2. Three narts cracked Yorn. Atlanta, Ga Aug. 15 Four Gerhardship not only to nil tho wheat formed with maximum efficiency, will ; 2 artg oat8 , j ,,art wneat mans interned In Fort McPhcrson Ka. growers in the two State hut to deal- iook upon siock raising wun increas-'tio- n ;.Two ,)arts cracked corn and escaped some time last night by clt-Uthrough two wiro barricades ers, millers, and consumers. Even cd respect and understanding. In n'imirt 0ats. A choice of anv one of prompter State action will bo desira few localities noteworthy iniproviuent ',hcsQ rations should ba sc.iltond In around tho stoekade. They were AlHenrlch ble if either of the diseases Is found In special lines has been taking place the litter twice dally, morning aait bert Sanders, Herkner. Christopher Strum and Ernest turougli individual and community er- - evening, later to oxlst in any other State, Neither of these diseases is likely forts. Let us now hasten such lni- to find its way into the country again provemeut whereever live stock Is Kither of the following suggested from outside sources. Tho Depart- kept in the United States. h mixtures should bo fed in ment of Agriculture, has established J. R. MOHLER. No. 1 --Two parts corn meal, 1 part quarantine regulations against all Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. a h hopper, allowing tho fow) tho rest of the world In which either to have access to it at all times: Mash No small Bruising is a very common cause brnIlt j ,,art ml,i,nings and 1 part ot the diseases exists. grain can come in for any purpose of loss In now potatoes. This may bo beef scrap Mash No. 2 Threo unless It has been thoroughly steriliz- caused either by poor handling meth- parts corn meal nnd 1 part beef scrap ed with steam heat. It is tho pur- ods or by poor containers. pose, of tho department, says Its offi"Hat-Sna- p Hi'nts tin Rest Trap Ever cials, to make the clean-u- p of these Vegetables Oie Health When Cooked .Made," Mr. Emily Shaw Says. plant plagues ns thorough and as 1'roperly. "My husband bought a $2 trap. I prompt as It did the Fresh vegetables, served freely, bought a 50c box of RAT-SNATho hpo'l vigor and freedom from sickness trap only caught 3 rats but RAT- disease of animals a fow years ago. for those who oat them. They keep HNil KlllUU i- - in a WITH. 1 111 I1UV- Guard Against llesslmi Fly Now. tho blood ns it should he and tho ler without Reckon I Losses to tho presont wlntor wheat whole body In good conoitlon. The couldn't ralso chickens without it." crop from the Hessian fly have been whole family will ask for n second P comes In cakes. Three rather wide spread. Losses aro ro- - helping If tho vegetables aro cooked sizes, 2Gc, COc, $1.00. Sold nnd guaranteed by J. P. Casehlor, Acton Bros, Williams & Duke, Taylor's Drug Store and Walker Myrtle. ni Ctim-herla' " 4 1pp B I as t FARM DEPARTMENT. 44444444444444444444444M4444M4 GALLON US 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. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &b IN STOCK. If You ,,,, ., have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. t t t ll te I I Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED I'l-o- will-brin- cvr 11 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY - I I HUGE STOKES OP COFFEE SEIZED at tho State Fair in September. "This exhibit by the college will be much St. Louis, Aug. 14 Federal offi- more comprehensive and attractivo y cials here seized 2S4.1S0 than it was in 1918. Great care and pounds of coffee held in storage in a thought have been put Into making warehouso on a libel information is- tho care of soil, tho management of sued by the United States District farms, and the handling of live stock: Attorney. It was alleged in the in- impressive. formation that the coffee was held When baby is suffering the doufor J. Aron & Company, of New York. ble affliction of hot weather and bowel dlsordors, tho remedy needed ia REX WIIjTj RECEIVE. McGee's Baby Elixir. It reduces tho condition, corrects Lady Walnut Hill, the hen that feverish the beat the world's record by laying""si'ach nnd checks looseness of the Price 25c and 50c per bot- 94 eggs In 94 days and 292 eggs in bowels. a year, will receive visitors at the ie. &oiu uy unio county Drug of tho College of Agriculture Pany. m to-daCore-exhibit dry-mas- dry-mas- th P. RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- iff v NO MORE RATS or mice, aftor you .use It's a suro rodent killer. Try a Pkg It. Rata killed with RAT- ..ml SNAP leave no smell. Cnts or dogs won't touch it .Guaranteed. 25c. slzo (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved 50c size (2 cakes) for Chicken t, After a Few Doses of House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 slzo (5 cakes) ontfugh for all storage farm mid buildings, or factory buildings. Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of " Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso-ble- r, Seventy years of successful use hai Illccinbotham, of this town, eayr. "At Acton Ilros., Taylor's Drug a Store, Williams & Duko nnd Walker my age, which Is 65, the liver does made Thedford's standard, household remedy. Every Myrtle. not act so well as when young. A few member, of every family, at times, years ago, my stomach was all out of need the help that can fix. I was constipated, my ltrer gtvo la cleansing tho system and reFOR FLETCHER'S My digestion wa3 bad, and lieving the, troubles that come from didn't act. It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, HHLA KU.V OUT petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless your I decided I would giro stomach, liver and bowels aro in good Bcla Kuu was deposed as head of a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them, that way. the soviet government a few weoks was hlchly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, ago nnd a triumvirate of radical leadtrouble. I began taking it. I felt gently and in a natural way. If you ers succeeded him. Tho chango tetter after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight brought no Improvement in political or economic conditions;- - the people Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh toaorrow. Prlc who had endured every kind of hard bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package Ons mot ship and privation under tho Kun trouble was toon righted with a few Ail druubj regime continued to suffer, hoping RAT-SNAP. OVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Black-Draugh- Black-Draught- 9f?jnHMf Black-Draug- call Lucky Strikes just right. Because ffJJET some today! You're going to Black-Draug- Children Cry CASTORI A Lucky Strike cigarettes give you the good, wholesome Burley tobacco. flavor of toasted Cn Ounronteed by Dlack-Draug- ht Black-Draug- Its toasted -- ,.., fl Illumes, also of Owensboro. tl.ittvt t lllrtln lina oillfl nil nf thflf ... :. pgnion or ins rnrni lying on mo ens'. PERSONAL NEWS - R, Isldo of tho M. H. 'The aeroplane will fly so high nt!Hsinc of some 130 acres. ,thc Fair Hint you can not boo It until Mr. J. C. Hlley sold hU house and vou hnvo your oyo troubles corrected lot, on Fredorlca Street, to ArvJri J. H. TAPPAN'S. Tlchcnor. ' at .Towclcry and Optician. The abovo nro only a few:, of tho ninny sales of real estnto mnde horo Jcptla Peyton, of Arnold, was tried jnncl In this section lntcly, in County Court, Wednesday, on a WANTED. lunacy charge, but tho Jury thought Will pay $15.20 per pound for ho was of sound mind, and rendered wild Ginseng, Golden Seal (Yellow a verdict to Hint effect. Hoot) $4.32. Must bo frco of dirt Ilobcy, of Ford.svlllo. and dry, parcel post shipments acMiss Ella was adjudged a lunatic or pcrntu of cepted. Check sent on samo day unsound mind by a jury In County shipment arrives. C. II. WHITE, Court yesterday and committed to tho DtS llalzetown. Ky. Kentucky Asylum. Western & MncnriAt utmiwu finis ouvinLi rvcwTQ V I ".""'.'.'..:.. i T ' E. II. ' con-- jj jrpnr , U&JGiSVCC ; , r x h ti j Great MAJESTIC Range - C3JUB811G .,.rla k Bargain Week Special Demonstration and Bargain Sale of I It LIVIA, ROUTE !2. Rev. Chester Stevens, of Hartford, preached at Mt. Carmcl, Saturday and Sunday. Sir. and Mrs. Wllbert King, of Hells Run, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlgglnton. Mr. Henry French made a business Mr. R. 15. Martin has boon chosen trip to Dcanfield, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ulalr. of Hart :is jnanngor of the now A. C. A. gener house, opened at ford, visited Mr. Walter Ulalr and al merchandise Saturday. They wore ac-,- r Cromwell last Friday. Mr, Martin 'a"i" homo by tho former's lm aiimPd hla duties with tho soclatlon, and will likely move his mother, Mrs. Fannie Ulalr. JIr- - alul Jlr3- - K".bert Amliroso, of family to Cromwell at an early date. Hells Run. spent Saturday night with Ask the MAJESTIC range salesman ,Mr- - " Mrs- - slmo Wlgglnton. Several from here attended the at E. P. BARNES & DROS store to show you the method of unseen rivet- - baptizing at Mr. Georgo Pattona. Ing on the new smooth finish MAJES- - Monday. Mrs. Nora Massle, who has been TIC ranges.. It's marvelous, and in-- ! Produces tho greatest Improvement, spending the last three' weeks with ever accomplished In range building friends and relatives at this place, has returned to her home in Carruo- J0' 'ow Mexico. Ar.TOV linns., announce tn th, Rev. R. E. Fuqua and wife, and public that they have finally gotten their big stock arranged so that Rev. Chester Stevens and wife diaej theii customers' every desire may Ix1 with .Mr. and Mrj. Tilden v iggiutou, promptly and satisfactorily obtained. Sundny. Mr. Sylvester Clark, of Hartford, Don't forget the place, the big new Route 7, spenUMonday with Mr. and store opposite the old Hartford Mrs. Otis Clark. Houto. Altor taking over .Mr. llcr's extensive line of furnlturo wo find that wo need money worse than wo do furniture, llcnco we liavo decided tn make a 10 per cent reduction on all Furniture, also on Oil Stoves &c. WILLIAMS .& DUKE. ".I Vnrni l.'nr m1i. nnrnl ncrcs in bottom and remainder up-- 1 land, well watered, good improve- ments in sight of church and school house, and 5 miles from Hartford. Price $2,100. Terms easy. CHAS. WIIOUREY, 7t3p R. 1, Hartford, Ky. ilirl ' MAJESTIC RANGES At Our Store One Week Only August 18 to To be truly economical there should be a .Majestic in your kitchen. 23 THE BARGAIN AND IT'S WELL WORTH YOUR WHILE!' Through special arrangements with the manufacturers, and during this Bargain Weelc only, a beautiful, useful and substantial set of Cooking Ware will be given with every IMajestice Range sold. This ware is good ware (not cheap ware) it's worth a lot to you. Come and see for yourself. Economy i not merely spending money buying a range at too low a price is indeed false economy. The First cost is not the only cost-t- he little additional first cost of a Majestice is nothing compared with its economy of fuel, durability and satisfactory service. Nearly a million Majestic Ranges, now economically, scientifically and satisfactorily serving millions and millions of people, civilians and soldiers, is proof positive of their superiority over all others. There is only one best. The public has" judged. The Majestic is recognized as the standard of all ranges. The construction, material, workmanship and beauty of this wonderful range is unequalled, and it embodies important features possessed by no other range. x ? And Remember I The price of a Majestic Range this week will not be increased, and there will hardly be a great reduction for years to come, if ever, but there may be an increase Soon. Your Opportunity is Kere At our store during our Majestic Bargain Week. It's your chance to get acquainted with real facts about ranges. We assure you it will be worth your while to investigate. At a meeting of the Hoard of j Drainage Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky, hold at tho Court j$ HoHse lu Hartford. Kentucky, on, Thursday, August 14th, 1919, with a" nieinuers present, u was orue.eu Oh Joy! Top Needs No Blacking- an assesmem or lax oi The Wonderful Unseen Riveting uuj CENTUM, based upon the orlg- jPER A smooth, highly polished .cooking top, burnished just like the old Majestic, but the Yes, it's rivet-tigh- t, assessment for O -iov! N'n more stnvn iiiarkl.nr. " c tne lands and laud construction r of owners located 'of nickled parts, leaving nickel rivets clinch inside The new smooth finish MAJESTIC blue, not only adds to the beauty of the Majestic, but ranges at E. I UARNES & BRO'S. said ditch, be made and levied against smooth as glass, and there are no big, bulky bolt-hea- ds ' the lands and land owners located absolutely eliminates the work, dirt and worry of trystore have special burnished blue on the inside. And, remember, rivets hold within the M. F. TICHENOR, ET AL., cooking tops that need no blacking only one or two threads holding,are ing to keep the range looking nice just an occasiontieht; bolts with just an occasional application of para-ffll- n DRAINAGE DISTRICT In Ohio County. Kentucky. bound to work lose and cause no end of trouble. The Said assessment or retains their beautiful smooth al thin coat of paraffin retains its beautiful velvet tax hereby levied Is for the purpose Majestic is smooth inside and outside it's a striking blue color. blue color. of cleaning out. repairing and mainbeauty more than skin deep. Sale One Rougli River farm tenance of said ditch and for the payment of any legitimate cxpoase "2 milus north of Mantanzos, containIf you haven't a Majestic, avail yourself of this opportunity to get acquainted with this wonderful ing 113 acres, "5 acres hill and re- incurred. inside of ranges. range. Know Tho tax list and assessmont roll mainder bottom, timber sufficient have been placed in the hands of the for upkeep, new barn, good County Treasurer. C. O. Hunter, to dwolhng and other whom payment may be made on or Tonus to suit purchaser. . before Monday, September 22, 1919, II. O. COPFMAN. without additional costs. If said asR. 1, Centertown, Kv Hi I'sessments are not paid within the Mr and Mrs. G. Davis Royal, of ume a"ove M'eciueo, samo win ue For.lavillo. visited tho family of Mr. mit ln the hands of tho Sheriff to b3 u '" i" same manner as aiaio Thomas Wallace, of near town last week-end- ., Mr. and Mrs. Royal woroantl County taxes, Witness our hand, this August 22, .cnests of Mr. nn.l Mrs. C. It. Carden art about 500 yards to the lauds ot respective voting places, as per fuand family Monday night and Tues-- 1 1919. Watch for tho ftftftAdAft4ftftftft4ftdaaafiaftaa4ft4ft-iddfta- i U. Alford; tllcncG m samo dlrec- - ture advertriemeut day. They wont from here to Wysox HOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS-P- SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY. tlon over tho lands of P. II. Alford notico. for a short visit with the family of D. E. WARD. the lauds of Gcorgi about 20 yards-tIly J. II. THOMAS, I'res. Mr. Perry F. W.esterfield. TaxmmIs3ioncr. Ohio Co. Attest: McDowell A. Foglo, Secy . Oiler; thence In same direction ovor . m m tho lands of said Ollor about f00 Vnr Sale My herdboar, "Rockport FOR SALE See the new finished MAJESTIC yards to the lands of Ivan Arnold: ' Defenders" No. 120597. A grandson 41 over tho old range sanitaiy, easy to keep clean, tltenco in the samo direction of "Defender." Also 3. 12(1 acres of land 2Yt miles from I J? & pcnuomicil, and a uoauty. Cill ai lands of said Arnold about 100 yards purebred sows, bred to him and dui & lands of Dan T. Wilson; thonco Hartford near tho graded road. Ilai to farrow November 1st. Also 20 j our store this week and lot tho facto- to tho & over tho lands of Hto room houso, 8 acros In orchard i 5j ' ry representative explain to you the In same direction owes from G months to 1V years old. g said Wilson about 200' yards to tho and Is well watered. A good stock '1 -, brood mares and a 2 year old advantage of tho range with a repulands of Col. Johnson; thence In samo llinn. win1 do so i a. ai a uarguiu. tation. molding. CAL P. KEOWN. direction over tho lands ot said John-sfl- n E. P. UARNES & I)RO ti CHARLES HARREL, 3 about 300 yards and George-For& Reaver Dani, Ky. Rockport. Ky. 8t4 ti to tho right of way of tho Illinois XOTICK OK MOTIOX i FOR NKW Central Railroad Compaii at a point KOTICK IX IUX1CUUPTCV. where said Johnson has a crossing KO.I AXfl DISCOXTIXUAXCM over said right ot way; thence I" OK ROAD In tho District Court of the United same iMrectlnn over tho lands of said StatoB for the Western District of i i Notice Is hereby given that C. W. Johiihon and Ford about 50 javds to Kentucky. Arnold, J. V.(Embrey, Floyd Stewart, tho right of way of tho branch lino In the Matter of J. II. Addlngton, & Howell Wllkerson, Ivan Arnold and of the Illinois Central Railroad ComIs carried by BANK OF Ilanki apt. In Bankruptcy, To tho Creditors of J. H. Addlng- Georgo. Oiler will fllo their petition pany Intersecting tho Horse IirQiich J. 1). WILLIAMS & SONS i ti lHARTFORD. o ton, of Equality, In tho County of in the Ohio County Court on Monday and Olatoru Public- Road about 20 If you do Dearer Dam, Ky. & Ohio, and District aforesaid, bank- September 1st, 1919, being tho first yards north of the Illinois Central Gentlemen: i Monday In September, 1919, and tho Railroad Company's Passenger and business with us your interrupt In ceply to. your request for my i date on which tho regular term of thu Freight Depot at Iforso nranch." Notice Is horoby given that on tho opinion ot tbo DoLaval separator, will ti 0 Said parties will on said dato aiuf say ests are protected. Ohio 19th day of August. A. D., 1919. tho Ohio County Court is held In said laat I surely think It pays to- uso i County, praying said Court for tho In said petition pray said Court to a separator If you huvo us many as iirt J II. Addlngton was duly ad o i County's oldest financial judicated bankrupt, and that tho fir? establishment of a public toad In dkcontlnue public road lcidln? froi-- threcor four cows. I havo been us- ti 0 bo held at Jnalct county according to tho metes the Colt's and Arnold Public Rond to ing tho Do Laval for two yours and 7neutin.g of creditors will 0 Ira Jones and tho public road loud--- S have never used.uny other, Car this t: tho law office of Woodward & Kirk, tind bounds as follows, 0 ti from the Falls of Rough and "lleglnnlng in tho lino between in Haitford, Kentucky, on tho 5th i one has always given mo perfect satr day of September, A. n., 1919, at!Oho and Grayson countios on tho Cromwell to the Horso Ilranch and isfuctlou. uusy to oporato and ti It is Rcmfrovr Public Road. 0 1 o'clock, P. M., at which time tho lands of J. W. Embroy, near tho I can wash mlno lu fifteen minute's, W. S. GAINES. o creditors may attend, prove their 'tersectlon of Goff's and Arnold special weekly boilgiving It un extra & Road Engineer, Ohio Co.,' Ky appoint a trustee, oxainlno the'llc Road about 200 feot north of ing, and cleaning ot tho stand. This ti C. S. MOXLEY, tn Ham Pato's rcsldenco; thonco west and transact such other, I ' County San oyer is much less tlmu than would havo 'business as may propurly como before over tho lands of E. C. Craig about to give to pans and such by hand 0 C. W. ARNOLD, 200 yards to tho lands of J. W. Em.said meeting. & skimming, to say nothing of tho extra O. W EMimiSY, broy; tlmnco west over the lands of & Potition filed August 7, 1919. '' cream, and the oxtra labor saved in ti FLOYD STEWART. said J. W. Embroy about 700 yards J. A. DKN. 0 carrying my milk to the cellar and tn HOWELL WILKERSON. & to the lands of C. W. Arnold about Referee ln llaukruptcy. putting ,it away bo that tbo cream IVAN ARNOLD. J 700 yards to tho lands of Howell 'Owensboro, Ky., August 20, 1919. would rise. HARTFORD, KY. GEORGE OLLER, 0 theueu In tho samo direction Respoctfully, " Petitioners HUAIi ESTATE JUMPING. ovor tho lands of said Wllkerson tn MRS. HENRY PIRTLE. : about 400 yards to the lands of Labo ti Messrs. T. II. Illack and E. G.Uar-Ta.s- s Stownrt about GOO yards to tho lands KOTICK TO TAXPAYERS. havo sold their farm, about 2 of Ernest Sorrels; thonco In samo diWhllo tno law requires all taxpayIlea : west ot town, to Fred Uurns, rection over the lands of Ernest Sor- ers to como to our offlco and give a in rels about 100 yards to the lands ot couiploto list of all their taxable prop oi OwetiBboro. Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Joh PrW Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. V. C. Elgin sold his farm, ad- - Floyd Stewart; thence In hjiuo dl Jorty, wo will for the convenience ot CUMII. PIIOXE. ing. Work Delivered Promptly. Jqlnine tho "abovo .tragi, .to Everett rectlon over the lands of Floyd Stow- - thoao In remote districts, visit their , lM.ll..l.li I .l.Y .Uiah. TWO' NEW 'AMD IMPORTANT FEATURES .al .... '' ... im h; t t i . P. BARJNESDAM, BEAVER ti KY. OTHER ! : o , i .- ti d Burglar Insurance I' & Whit Your Neighbors Say. ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti - ld Pub-olalrnf- BANK OP HARTFORD Wil-kerso- u; J. D. Williams & Sons ft?9?9$??9?9?r?? J $