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Ho should DEVOTIiD TO TUB INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AJJGUST 29, 1919. have a largo audience- out to hoar him talk at th" Farmere Community Meeting. Sim program In another column. No. 9 I' "niuy close tho seas in whole or in tait ngninst a (articular uewo: or HARTFORD'S SCHOOL was call- powers for tho purpose of enforcing The President's attention TO OPEN MONDAY at the tho International covenant neto enter ed by Senator Hrandcgrco WITHIN OUR GRASP Whito House conference to the recent ed into " t At a very cnihusiastie meeting hold testimony of Secretary Lansing beforo POPULAR TEACHERS LEAVE Foreign Relations Committee, "We havo polltlcallzed the railIn the Heaver Dam Opera House, tho passenger and Four Teachers In Grades Thursday number thu that in ills opinion Japan would have roads and raised Those In Charge Assured Of Misses Wlnnlo and Muriel Wilson, meichnnts,ntternoo.i, aclergymen,of and signed tho peace treaty even If she freight rates to a point that would Three In High School hankers poiiulnr teachers, daughters of Mr. havo caused a popular upraiaiiig hid $50,000 From North farmers of Ohio county, got together had not been given Shantung. Department. nnd Mrs. Joo WJlson of this place, will "Now I wondered whether Secreta- tho roads been in privato h.inU Of nnu decided to hao the Of Hartford loa.c hero Monday for Dolphin, Oklu., Chiutauqua or Community Farmers' ry Lansing was well Informed about course nil tills Increase In Meeting where they go to accept positions in this question or not," suggested Sena- rates has been loaded on .'ho high cost place. The young 'como to this county this summer, the schoil of t'int of living. Tho Hartford Graded and High It is a part of the cndle-Duo to tho popularity of thla serioi tor Hrandegroe. j Indict, will be together In tholr school "Well, my conclusion is different chain of prlae hoisting by the present School will open Monday morning, Tin- - move to secure the Owonsboro- of meotlngs, nnd tne henrcity of time In their now field, and at a vciy Highway up- work administration. And yet i.o are now September 1st. Tho first day or two from his," replied tho President. P'U lining Green Fudt! Is paid in before tho State Fair, tho meelliigs uifnnil now anil an much bolter salary than "You could not havo got tho signa- teiil that ono way to covert the hVh will be spent in organization. to have PuplU will hnvo tp bo held on September 1, Tcnr. the Wo eongrn uiato Kentucky. immensely larger life recently. Land- 2, hnd 3; Moiiuay, Ticsdny and Weil. ture of Japan If you hail not given cosl i.i living is to boost these rates who hiive been studying during tho Wilson, ns well as tho people jnesday. Tho whole series will be Japan Shantung?" asked tho Senatoi still higher." representative C?rl long vacation nnd desire proir.otiui" owncn, t ixpnyera ai-- cltlona hold a Misses they go to serve. will then bo ovamlned. 'iin- - ting at Heflin. Tuesday night at whom "That is my judgment," said tho W. lllddick, of Montana. .hold In Heaver Dam, in a big tent, Tho teachers In tho grades are: uhlc'i fully 200 woro present, com- of seatlnj 7 00 people, and wa Presl'dent. louisvillk .markets. 'lst and 2nd grades, Miss Winnie Dean GKO. L. StillO.V TO SPKAIC. r.re assured of the best tal6nt in tbo i UU i woro appointed, organized, "nil worked lllto tiojans upto Into Mosoley; 3rd and 4th grades, Misa In addition to running behind conMarket slow with weak un- Stnte. Mr. George L. Schon, ot Louisville, Alice Taylor; 5th nnd Gth grades, Tuc day, then met in another hlg .Cattle Tho lent Mill be electrically lighted, siderable over a billion dollars in a dertone. I'rinio heavy steers, $14 0) in: rtlrg In the court houao hero Wed-i.- t picture, a ma'a 'vear In his public management of tlin has been procured to deliver an ad- JMiss Alary Laura Pendleton; 7th and there will ha heavy shipping stcors, $12.f.0 .ila night for reports nnd other lfi; good speakers and good fel- 'railroads, Undo Sam has had stolen dress at the educational rally, at the , Sth grades, .Mrs. S. O. Keown. Thoso 12.no ; iliinrtet, stcors, $11 from him something like $70,000,000 fair grounds tomorrow at 1 o'clock. in the High School department .are: worn necessary to ho done. At tho 11; medium lowship. light, $10.r.0?) 11; fat holfers, $S.no inciting hero it was n foregone con-ti- n Mr. K. G. Austin was elected Chair- j worth of merchandise from freight Mr. Sehon comes well recomended as Prof. J. F. Bruncr, Miss Bell Walker, capners, S?12; fat cows, $S.r01?ll; Ion thttt not less tlu.n ?C 0.000 man of tho Committee which has 'cars in terminals and in transit. an eloquent and forceful speaker. rail Prat. William S Hill. and cutters, $.ri7; bulls, $7 9; charge of all of would he raised liy subscription the arrangementr About $15,000000 of this was taken Those who can hear him aro promised j A couise in Vocational agriculture route of Hie proposed highway bo-t- w milch cows, common to choice, $50 i.nil ho is particularly desirous that 'in and around "New York City. A a treat. Mr. Sehon comes at tho in- ,wlll be offered this year In addition 1.1.1 Hartfoid and Maxwell, via (ffllO. every farm or and Ills family attend at great part of the stealing has been stance of Miss Davis, in charge of tho to tno usual classical course. In tills Calves Best k veals,' $17 17 .r.O; fv course half of tho subjects are agri- Campilpn. n ami Heflin, and, subscripNo u least ono ot these meeting1?. Whn done by organized bands under the $9(53 lL'.DO; common to nio- ulture, which with the English, wili tion may exceed this sum. Thole niodluni. tills Is primarily an Agricultural en- very noses of the government rnll- ilium, ?Grft'l. be reciulred fot graduation. CHOP OUTLOOK BKTTEIt. Tiio pu terprise, It should be ot interest to way offTcials. ion litis $10.1.(100 to he guarnntoed W Host ICj pils may select the others from among ly citizens of Hartford, Iloavor Dam, Hogs 10 .rents lower. 120 to 165 every citi.eu in .the County, covering Texual amendments relating to the Recent rains of a general distri- those in the classical course n 11 .ell anil tenitor) adjacent v Hounds nnd 9.up $20.00; 120 pounds as it win Kiitic.itlonnl, Home Makint; Thii Pounds. SI CO; pigs, Community, Health, Farm topics and lli'lty and t. the sovereignty and frce- - bution in tho County, havo materially couise is planned primarilv for thoso tin proposed h.ghway. throwouts, $10.75 down, $17.fi0; dom of Ireland in the league of Na- - aided and advanced tho prospects for 'who 'are interested in farming an:l Mei t t Heaver Dniu. Religion. Sheep nnd lambs Tops declined e entatlve of thorn In chari;-Arrangements have been made jo tions covenant aro receiving serious j tho corn and tobacco crop3. While expect to bo connected with that prosteady. Host Unlike ;corn Is especially late, yet It appears fession some day. It is open, howbe- consideration by the Senate. at Maxell, Heflln and Hertford mot 50 cents, other grades culls, conflict will that $G7. tweennothe protracted take plaie be the Declaration of Independence, ' to havo made wonderful Improve-whic- h ever, to all who wish to take it. BeDam, at liunbs, $15; bocoiuIs, $9; v Ith tin citizens of Heaver meeting to $S; bucks, $5.50 down. vdceil the right of freedom merit, oven better gains than was sides tho class-roowork the pupil that pl.ice, Wednesday night, when Host fat sheopEggs, candled, 1 0 i 1 hoi i by IJrolhor Moore, and this ComProduce 0 meeting I mild and onthuslaiitte for mankind, the league covenant thought possiblo before tho rains fell, will bo required to do a Homo Pron .. munity or Farmers' Moeting. To date ove- - 50,000 people m this makes no reference to Almighty God. The acreago is perhaps not greater ject, such as the raising of a pig, calf, ..i, h k. Committees .vote appnut cents dnz. 37 39 cents. llutter cd, or,.inleti ind put to work. than 50 per cent of last year's crop, chickens, or the growing of som state havo attended these meetings', Poultry Hens. 25c lb.; spring ami have pronounced thorn the best ; mi m 'o'lni; wan held at Cro. President Wilson would not hear but with very lato frost the quality crop as cobaccc, corr, potatoes, alfal 30ifi)31c; roosters 12 ifi" 14c; M yesft rl ij- - attoinoon and the peo-- j chickens, fa, soy beans etc. This wnrlc will bo cvor sent out from the 'Experiment to the crossing ot a "t" or the dotting may be fully as good. " roosters, 12(T14c; turkeys,' 25 Qi 2Sc Station. dono under tho supervision of the it of th'it community thorousl'y i . of an "i" In the original league of MAIMUAGK JACKX.SE. teadier, who will visit the project id, and splendid results are con. ier lb. Nations covenant when he first reeach month daring tho summer for filtntly looked forward to. turned to America. Hut ho had It "PIGS IS PIGS." Marriage license since our last tho" purpose of offering suggestions changed much as Hoot and other hen viewed from all angles, tho Hill A K FAST POOD AIDS POLITICAL CAMPAIGN to, 'he pupils, leaving them in cnare. instruction of thy road appears t Judge John B. Wilson Is the boast- - ttopublfcuiR leaders wished in regard report: ' Iris . missel, Owensboro, to Gol- - A pupil in any year of tho classica' l ire nearly assured than ntany When he i ful owner of a registered Duroc sow to the Monroe doctrine. -- NoSleubcnv'lloOhlo, Aug. (course can change to tho new course. mu luritofor . This Is legnrdod as ith- - caino back the second tlmo he was da Landrum, Ilockport. i Just threo years ol ngf', that has Joseph L. Her, Beaver Dam, to and still graduate on scheduled time. iry last effort and opportunity tire. c.ir.'tlri.ito! the 'in two years, farrowed 57 pigs, !U equallv iis obdun.te Now he taUs Hore Is the way a Steubonvllle canIleal, hard, to 'ecu re the highway tho position that he has no objection Syliia Beck, Beaver Dam. -I! A UGH. didate for oflleo did it and hero Is of which were saved. This member to the United States, through tho Sen BALT.KLIi Estes Southard, Simmons, to Min- i olM work by those, most interested of tho swine family seeirs to' be rather figured. no the demand nnd success is sun. how he hoggish when it comes to 'mothering ate! Interpreting the covenant in de iiio Young, Simmons. Ho purchased enough packages of Mr. Yewell Baugh and Miss Mattio Chester L. Loney. McHenry, t to crown the proper effort. If failclarations apart from the dociumezt t food to g 'round and then good health pigs. Baltzell surprised their many friends to time It's good-b- y Gladys A. Loney, McHenry. ure Is met this itself. t They T. E. Johnson. Narrows, to' Mazle by quietly slipping off and getting tho road for a long, long tlmo to had liis card placed therein. ..em parsed from door to door. He MHS. SrillCOKTKIl MATKO.V HOO.MS Pleasant colloquies occur(in the M. Pollard, Narrows. (married a few days ago. Not even come. OK liADlKS KKsT figured that when tho family ate tho am Tom .Tucltor, (col.) Hartford, to their nearest relatives were apprised senate Koreicn iceiaiions uoinnuiice 'corn flakes, they would at least fed of the fact until tho announcement ct Beard, (col.) Beaver Dam Al BITING COMMITTEE Mrs. Sarah Schroder formally took as tho result of the efforts of Sena - Tant kindly toward him. their marriage was made from BowlIS BUSILY ENGAGED Nebraska, former charge of the Rest Rooms Monday, tor Hitchcock, of HPLKNBII) HKVIVAL. ing Green, by tho young couple threo Mrs. Schrocter la well chairman, to force the President's as matron. or four days ago. The groom Istho J.lessrs. .1 L. Drown nnd J. H Wood JUDGE .1. S. GLENN TO expressed wish that the peacoj pastor In eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V." UK NEW I'OfcTMASTKR fitted for the position, and those la- earlier put Rev., S? C. Chapman, composing i he committee appointed through immediately as dles who may wish to avail them-Fclv- tre.it bo chargo of the Nocreek Circuit, M. E. Baugh, of Louisville, while tho bride and reby tho Tlscnl Court to audit reducing tho high cost of of an opportunity for rest while a means of Judge J. S. Glenn has been r.onil-- , a two weeks mealing is tho very attractive daughter of our port on tho County's fln.inelal coiuM ICflirtM Via tlirnntnnfiil In mnvr church,' closed in Hartford, will always find lt..lir Washington Monday n:?ht. Rev. townspeople, Mr. and Mis. Geo Balttho first of tinted as Hartford's now Postmaster dctulned Hon begun their duties dls- - 'at by tho Mrs. Schroeter a quiet but pleasant on tho floor ot tho Senate to Chapman delivered a series of for.-e- - zell. The newly married parties are tltl week, nnd aro now hard at wor and the nomination confirmed 'nnd congenial personality, and tho charge the committee, so that it could Vul n ml nlnminnt Rormnna that rn. now in Bowling Green. checking the claims al- 1'. S. Senate. Judge Glenn received listing, and ho visitors may rest assured that their hear no further evidence, Senator suited in a number ot addition., to the which lowed and paid up to Jan. 1st. 1913. his hnnd Wednesday, ' personal comfort will bo properly reFall, of New Mexico, said he would CENTRAL GROVE. 'church and a general revival of tho Complete report will not likely bo promptly executed and returned to garded by tolerate no moro "Insolence and ar- spirit of christian lit" In tha enm- the now matron. Washington, when approved ho will Mb sought to prove inn le for two weeks, or perhaps long When Miss Cllffie Feliz, who formerly rogance.' Mr. Jay Porter and Misses Eva and er, as it is an exceedingly big task at once receive his commission and iso satisfactorily cared for tho Rest by a witness that the United States .".unity. To the zealous of oris of 'f. ns Gussye Brown attended the Soldiers bo ready for induction into office. fruit m Boa Wor nccept a placo d d not go to the aid ot Korea and We congratuluto tho Judgo In winning Rooms has resigned to no. for which the congregation Day meeting at Nocreek last Sunday. MRS. I'AXNIK M. TAYI.OK. go to the nTd of, therefore should Rockport Graded School. In the Messrs. J. S. Ford and J. W. Boeder -- nd community are very thankful, out over the field of applicants. C mm Sming. "senator left Monday,- on a business trip to o i Fannie M. Taylor died at tho Mrs. fninlii, made a reference to "hypocrlt RKVIVAL AT GOSHKN. COLOIIKI) COUPLK VKI Sam T. Riley sold his houso and Lexington. thomo of lior sister, Mrs. Matilda K. YOUNG ical reasoning." Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roeder, of lot on Clay Street to Morten King i Tlnsley, at this placo, Sunday afterTho series of meetings being con of his fiiw days ago, and at once purchased Midway, wero tho guests of tuUndo Tom Rucker, aged S2, of noon, after a protracted illness The American plan for a leaguo of u h(jmo of OUo c MapHIi on the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roeder, by Rev. A. D Litchfield, of Mrs. Taylor was this placo, and Aunt Taut Bcurd ducted affection. bercular In two or threo days Saturday night and Sunday. 'Dam, wero mar- tho M. E. Church, South, at Goshen, nations, which President Wilson took- same street. CC years old, a daughter of the late aged 80, of Beaver acceptance at Yer , , ,. d Mrs. V. W. Gofi nnd small daughnight. Tho nro largely attended and much good along -. with him for Joseph C. Burnett,. and was married ried at Heaver Dam last The Pastor satlle- contained no reference tc. tho ... rt Is being accomplished. i go,d UlQ propertJP purchased of ter, Geneva, nre'visltlng relatives in jsovonmur -- . contracting parties are respected peoto John W. Tnyior, Is preaching strong nnd splendid ser Mnnipe Uoetrhe but dii' have fere MnrUn to Klng and Klng 80ul the McLean County this week. ?1S73. who preceded her In death ple. , , All-da- y thing to say about "freedom of tbehouM purchased ot lllIoy uack t0 i ,,.. luuilllia Dill mi i ii, luiuiiicii , mons to large audiences. . iai. nil. about 30 years. Sho had. boon a seas." At tho suggestion of W'.vd-'Saservices will bo held Sunday, dinner Thus tho whcois of trade wero week from Decatur, Ala.., whero ho MVIA, ROUTE ti.. momber of tho M. E. Church for 40 dropped. will bo served on tho grounds and a Gcirgc tho latter idea was tQ gQ round nnd rQund has held a position with Bond Bros. years. After brief funeral bcrvlcer. , It was to the effect that th,. leaguo A pie supper will bo given at tho rethe great gathering Is expected. Sovcral from horo attended conducted by Hov. Chapman, her KIXDNKSS APPRECIATED. Central Grovo school houso the first woro buriod In tho Cemetery .quarterly' meeting at New Bethel, mains Saturday In September. Sunday. tit Alexandria, Monday at ll:..0. In as much as It is imposlblo to see Mr. E. It. Stevens has returned PROGRAM FOR TENT MEETING her son, Mrs. Joslo Clark Is vlsl-- ng Of tho very largo family of which and personally express my gratltudo from Ponca City, Okla., after a two only two Mr. Frank Wostorfield, ot Pleasant ns a momber Mrs Taylor to those who so willingly rendered weoks visit with his uncle, Mr. Elmor ) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st now survive, her sister, Mrs. Tlnsloy, Rldgo. nsslstnnce In tho illness, death and Barnard. 3:00 P. M. Singing University of Kentucky Quartette. Cundlff and family, ot resided for n Mr. Charlie witli whom sho had mm Hotter Roads T. 11. Smith, Representing Department of Roads. burial of my sister, Mrs. Fannie M. 3:15. jiumbor of years and Kov. George W Owensboro. Mr. It. R. Cundlff and l'ARM 1'OR SALE. 3:4C. Can Corn For Cuttle Wayland Rhonds, Extension Dlylslon Col-- j Taylor, I desire to take this method Angeles, Cal. Mr. Lee Cundlff, wlfo and baby wlfo, Baiuett, now of Los s loS acres, goodtarm land, S room of assuring each of you, that your and Mr, Noblo Hudson ami faml lego of Agriculture. Kentucky Quartette. acts of kindness and manifestations dwelling, good stock and tobacco 8:00. Singing University of visited .Mr. and Mrs. Owen Magan, UK IS ALWAYS. SANK. of sympathy nro highly prized, the barns. Plenty of' grass nnd clover. 8:20. Getting Together Geoffrey Morgan, College ot Agriculture. Sunday. 8 miles east ot of a Concrete Silo," "Flies," memories of which will evor lighten Farm finely watered. 9:00. Motion Pictures "Construction Mrs. Otis Clark and mother, Mrs TiiOgfariners and business men aro the heart's sadness. Ploao accept Hartford, near school houso nnd night "Holpiug tho Farmer of Tomorrow," "Development of iIIen Egg." spent Saturday always ready and willing to hear a G. L. French, my shicerest thanks and best wishes. church. 2 Vi miles ot Sulphur Springs. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Unit with Mrs. N. M. Russoll, of Heflin. plain tnlk on "Team Woik Pays". WM. SOIIKOADElt. MRS. MATILDA E. TINSLEV. 3:00 P. M. Health Is Wealth Dr. I. N. Wittenberg, State Hoard of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Northen, of F. E. Morrlman, District Agont, R. I, Oleton, Ky. 9t31p something about New Bethel, and Mr. Marshall North-e- Health. should understand 3: 40, Home Making Dora Sonnenday, Extension Division, Collego of Rldgo, visited tholr of Pleasant CIIBISTIAN REVIVAL. getting together as ho has been Martha Northen, Sun Agriculture.- EXCUSE OUR KBRORS work In Kentucky for a number ot mother, Mrs. Division, Collego 4:20. Team Work Pays P. E. Merriman, Extension I years either as a County Agent or as. day. The series ot meetings conaucieo. si Several from here went to Heflin of Agriculture. many years In an ordinary column there the Christian church duriuu thu past a Dlbtrld Aseut. A good Cross. 8:00. Rural Relief Work Dr. S. E. Brewster, American Red bo received Into the jton days by Rev. Victor W. Dorrls, nro 10,000 pieces of typo, ago he was County Agent for Muhlen- - Saturday night to 8:40. Motion Pictures "Making of a Nurse," "Road Making," "Gov'V. O. W. lodge. ,will be brought to a close with thu Imrg county, then fcr Joiiorsan counthere are seven wrong, posiMr. Willie Wimp and family, of ernment Poultry Farm." , services of this evening. Rev. Dortions that a letter may bo put ty, Kentucky, and for tho past two WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Uril vnnra hn has had charse of a largo Southerland. spent Saturday nlglt In, there are 70,000 chances to rls has preached a line of strong ser Community G. M. Baker, University of 3:00 P. M. Organize the Mr. and Mrs. Cllde Wlgglnton. mons during tho progress of the meet make errors, and millions ot .district with Louisville as headquar- with William French and son, Win Kentucky. Mrs. ing Just closing and much good baa chances for transpositions. In f ters. 3:40. Bettor Schools J. C. Chapman, State Department of Public InOwensboro, visited Mr. resulted. has met larmors am; uusmw Jr., of near tho short sentence, "To bo t Ho struction. D. S French. Saturday, or not to be," by transpositnim in all parts ot tno aiuie mm and Mrs. Father John P. Knue, Knights of Columbus. 4 20, The Rural Church THE FAIR IS ON. Mr; Ezra Baird, ot Hartford, R. '.', J; with them about their prou CoTfegQ7of Agricultions nloho, It is possible to 8:00. Fanning Tomorrow Thomas Cooper, Dean The Ohio Couhty Fair opene4,j gileira and the-- possibility of their pun- - visited his daughter, Mrs. Annie Cuu ture. rauke 2,759,022 errors. Monday. terday with the ordinary first Ung together. Ho does not iaiK io dlff, 8:40. Motion Pictures "Growing Strawberries In Warren Cgunty, Mr. Elwood Bartlett, who fell and attendance. a theoretic it ftlils audiences from Kyi," "Government Poultry Farm." "standpoint, but from actual expon- - broke his arm, is able to bo out again. FARMERS' 3 DAYS TENT MEETING POblTICAb PAKAGUAIMIS. ' - - I or-th- e I ) j m . 1- or-f.- 1 i f i 1 , liro-ikfas- es . ' Josont m ,ae ,t I I n, oooooooqoooooooooo " 1 ooo'oqooooooooooooo ' "i 5 jr 3 - r'jJ ' '"l!!! VJ'g'i"' "jPll'-g1 PRESIDENT HAS RIGHT TO INCREASE WAGES of Kentucky Quartette are Passes Buck To Congress In Asking For Power Already Given London, Aug. 23 First the trench Washington, August C. That Prescats of London becamo demobilized lias had tho power nil ident Wilson veterans of tho great war; now the nlnng to rnlso or decrease the wages line and staff of his majesty's pigeon of tho railroad men ot the country service of the army and navy, numand has not only failed In his duty to bering SO, 000 aro being returned t; exercise that power, hut has turned talks. civil life. Only tho font tiered the problem over to Congress, Is the Come and hear them at the Ohio nttnehod to the Royal Air chnrgo made by Senator Albert H. County Farnieis' Joivmunl-- Meeting Force are being letalncd on actlvo Cummins, of Iowa, Chairman of the f.t Beaved Dam, Sept., 1,13. bcrvlce. Senate Committee on Interstate ComAn officer of the R. A. F. Pigeon merce. "Itat-Smi- p Heats the Host Trap Ker Service tnus describe the work tloni "We have not taken from the PresSays. Made," Mr. Kmll.v Shmv In the war by these humble defenders ident the power to initiate rates," "My husband bought a $2 trap. I said the Senator. "Wo have not tak- bought a 50c box of Tho of Britain; "Breenerf. have been sent an offien from him any power whatsoever. trap only caught 3 rats but RAT-It is true that the Senate passed the SNAP killed 12 In a week. I'm nev cial letter of thanks from the Air hill a mouth ago restoring to the In- er without Reckon I Council, together with n list of those terstate Commerce Commission the couldn't raise chickens without It." birds which rendered signal srnvlce. authority to suspend rates which P comes in cakes. Three and which have been specially menmight be initiated by tho President, sizes, 25c, 50c, ?1.00. Sold and tioned In dispatches. Live In Luxury, or the director general, just as be- guaranteed by J. P. Casoblcr, Acton "Many of the Incidents mentioned fore tho war it might have suspended Bros, Williams & Duke. Taylor's m aro extremely thrilling, and In a few rates which were Initiated by the Drug Store and Walker Myrtle. cases old, war-wor- n birds hav been railway companies. Hut that bill has pensioned off by the government and a law. It has been obnot become insi:li:ct are now lMng In peace and pleutv structed In the House of RepresentaOno of those Is the pigeon which wu tives by thu- Railroad Administration Jirs. Ulanch Allen and Miss Mag itself. So that tho authority as well N'ormnn visited friends and rolatl '? shot through the eye while delivering It recovered from th.' the duty of Initiative rates which may at r.roadwny, Thursday snid Friday a message. wound. ..ur; Is now at Wetlg.it' , "in: be necessary to ineut the demands for Mr. Price Miller, of this place, left light 'iuty. ' increased wages at the present time for . Alabiiin.i, last week. l'$V'The number of lives saved by pi,--.4 vL' rests with the director general. Mr. Earl Smith has accepted a geons during tho war will inner -' "I am not discussing the futile atas bookkeeper for the Broadway known, for, in addition to the many , tempts that have been made to Coal Co. He went to work Momla-the cost of living. While I .ind Intends to move his family then-- . pilots and observers who have been rescued from wrecked machines is a think that many things might be done later. deliresult of messages faithfully dilr would have some effect upon the that . .Mrs. Hobnrt Wallace, of . or:d, the" birds hi.vc boon used lo cost of living, we shall have to 1'oxas, Is lilting her parents, Rov. with (roups mainly upon the natural devel- .mil Mrs. W. Taylor and other rela tabllsh communication wh wete surrounded by the enemy opment of commerce and business lives of Mount Pleasant. by dropping tnum from airplanes in nnd resume the relations that we had ) Ouijruntcctl by Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crowder, . f baskets attached to parachute.' boforo tho war. We must bear the Rosine, were the guests of Mr. and In front Line Trenches. consequencos of tho w.ir. They will Mr. Cicero Crowder. a few days last frzzCCtrZ. Cirri".-- plsjoons have, in fact been not be borne merely by paying their week. employed In all partsof tho battle x anMULii.i.-nrmiinyma n n mwnsacCTrnc expenses. " Mr and Mrs. J. T. AVright. who. zone- - -- even in tho front line trenches ,..- "1 confess," interjected Senator . ave iueeu v.snuig .ur. mm .him. v.ii-nl i ...i. POLITICAL IMR.K.'RAPIIS. exerted elsewhere. , j as a Huve taken eight hot" at.,1 do not h.i Blood. result, numbers of our I'omerene, of Ohio, a Democrat, "that uracil, nave gone vo visit .Mr. ana that i rely upon my own Judpmen! my rheunmtisiii and tlu lt hing there was a desire to pass the re- .Mrs. B. Koene, of Kordsville, R. 2. soldiur.s, Bailors nnd airmen hr. "We are told that wo shall 'break in the matter nut when I Kuther tois all gone. On Chn-tn.au.iy formed an attachment for them an I do not know of anysponsibility. .nil Mrs. .Mary - elix. of Olaton. They (are taking ip the breeding of irner the heart of the world If we do not gether In my mind' vIMon that l.ixiy I laid awny my crutch"-and get one who Is in better position to know will go from thore to their home in pigeons either as a port or a nobby. take the league as" It stnnilii," says of men coiiiIiik down from U'uslifiiK- - around pretty well without tin in u.i whether wages ought or ought not to Louisville. Lodge "I fear that the ton and .lenVi.ion and Madison and .have iny.twrmlsslon to use thl Utt r In commercial circles, many tiad"'t Senator be raised than tho director general. iu Rov Hnruec prei-hc- d thron inter- and merchants have come to the con- nearts of the vast majority of man- - Mom oo and Jackson nnd Lincoln and to uuvertlne .Number in, at I fi I think if I were director general of esting sermons kind would beat von Btrongly and JCirant hmI MtKinley nnd Hooevclt I have received great hinotit .iul will at the c'mrch hev clusion that under certain con. lit railroads I would have the courage satmday night Sunday morning and and without any quicken- and Wllnon until four years ago. contlnuo the treatment, lu lleiiig I such as in isolated situations, pigeon to say either that there ought to be or Sunday evening. ak-cheap and ready lug if tho league were to perish al- - reach the ronclimion that I must wlrl receive nior, and I wili to re J invaluable for , ought not to be an increaso of wages, together. If It 'iinild be effective-iroiual- n In that company. Where in omineiid It to other llko stiff n r.; to means of communication. or I would resign." , iv ano beneflci'ntly changd. the peo all the initial of government do yo i do as I liaie done and try Nil n In r 10 To Improve Your Digestion. A service of carrier plgtrtus lin-"All I have to say," said Senator pie who would lie awake !u sorrow find such another group of men so and I i4t relief. With great pi already been instituted in Borneo by Cummins, "Is that the powor resides fcubt'crlbe myself. Yours vi ry I nil "For years my digestion was so all enterprising traders, the birds g for a single night could be easily dlKtlngulahed for wisdom and with the director general both to in poor that 1 could only eat tho lightest one not very Inriro moi:- - :.w and pBtrli-tlunThtlr company Isaac Ludwlg, I.elphon, Ohio, Mar l4. used to carry messages In concrease wages and to Increase rates. foods. A tried everything that I but those who would draw a long If :ife onotigh for me." Senator 17, 1917." Number 10 Is cb man J I with the coaling of vessels. nnd. as tho law now is. the ratos can heard of to get relief, but not until nection lu gouty conditions, mal nutrition. There la already a big boom in car- - breath of rollof would reach to mill- Borah. T be mode effective at any time deter- uuwui n. irwi t n rrn n'linn a OOtl' Pllim. nl.m ion." 'polsonliiK. comtlpa- uh ....... 0.. . a rierpigtons, mined by tho director general. Tiie bcrlnln s 'la mots advertised ami got Constipntlon Is the starting point tion. chronic rheumatism an I President asks a new board for the bottle of them did I find the right Why People Buy many serious diseases. To be tarrh, liver complaint and all diseases Apropos of the President, Senator p In Preferfi.xing of railway wages. I do not treatment. Since taking them my Lodge says; "We hear much ot vis- healthy, keep the bowels actlvo and, arising from Impure blood. Mado by ence to Hal PoNon. think it is fair or just that the imregular. Herbino will romovo all . P. Mendenhall, Kvansvilh-- . Ind . 10 is fine." Mrs. Blaucho BowP absolutely kills rat-an- d ions and I trust wo shall continue cmaulatloiiM In pression should go to the country that ers, Indiana Pa. m the bowels and put yearn a druggist. Sold by Ohio Coun- to have visions and dreams of a mice. (2) What it doesn't kill the administration is powerless to s rairer fu'.uio for the rice. But vir- the system In prlmo condition. Price ty Drtnc Compnny. Meal with the situation unless Con- ONLY CHILL TONIC THAT CIVKS ilt scaros away. ('.',) Rats killed with ions are ono thing and visionaries no. Mini uy unio I'ouniy uiug coii - i io- "leave no smell, they dry gress rets when the opposite is the pany. n: State of Ohio. City of Toledo, A COMIM.KTK CfltK Kf)R A no are another, a, id the moc'ianl.al up I" ide. (4) Made in cakes, case." I.ui-o, County, i. TKNNF.SSKK RIYKR CHILL of tho rhetorician designmixing with other food. (5) Cats or Frank J. Chrney mnUea oath that ho A PLKISANT o TRIP Is wnior partner of tho tlrm of F J. dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, ed to glvo a picture of a present 's Apply a cotton cloth wet with Cheney A Co., doing buslncs In the City P. O. Blood. Ky. May 15, lfllS. J. 25c, 50c. $1.00. Sold mid guaran- which does not exist and of a future of Toloilo. County nnil .Stale aforesaid, Mr. anil Mrs. Charlie Leach nun Snow Liniment to all wounds, C. Mendenhall Medicine' Co., Kvans-vlllnnil that rM nrm will pay the mim of F. Casobler, Acton Broa., which no man can predict are as un- foil, of Select went to teed by J. t cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and vlik- to ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each real and shortlived as tho steam Ind. Gentlemen; We carry In & o of Catarrh that cannot t lsl thoir uiaiiy friends and relative.. niul rvcry note Its wonderful healing power. It stock at all times your two different Taylor's Drug Store, Williams l.vlli.-usclouds, the angola suspendof H M.I.'S CATARRH ni l here. They came homo Thursday, MltDICINI-:prompt and very effective. PRANK J CHKNKY ' Price labels of chill tonic and wo wish, to Duke, Walker Myrtle. ed on wires and the artificial light Sworn to before mo and auli'rlbeil In o. t decl.irlng 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. PattyIlle the grandosi my presence, tliin Cth ilny of December. Sold say that wo are having big, sales on of the stage. They pass with A. D. 1SSC. A. by Ohio County Drug Co. m MenrienhaU's Chill & Fever Tonic. LAST WAR Yin TO OI.nSON. of eft'ect and are shabby place yet. They spout Monday with Notary Public. ?,".' UK KOITCMT I.N PVLKSTLMl Hull's Catarrh Medicine In talcen and tmvdry In the dallght. Let us Mr. and Mr?. Wm. bi'inie. who lu the Tho only chill tonic that gives a comi and nets thrmiRh ISOYS WILL SINYJ. gae an nutltig parly in the MueoiiH .Surfaces of tho tho Blood on River at least be real. Washington's enplete cure for a Tennessee Systvin. Send New Wilmington, Ja., Aug'. tire honesty of mind and his fearless honor of their guests Those present for testimonials, fre.e.& Chill. Yours truly, Dr. .1. C. Henslco Jwingono more great war to is still C0" Toledo. O. Singing, especi-illSIIKNKV we.ru: .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright. whn 'he o ,,Fiby nil & Son. This means Mendenhall's . druKRlsts. 75c. as tho consensus look Into the face of nil tho facts Mr. and Mrs. This be fought. ing is done by fresh, young oices. Halls Innilly nils for constipation. llllam Keene, Mr. and are qualities which can never go Chill Tonic Regular containing no of belief among" the United PresbyThe young h.iti a universal appeal. Mr. Leltrnn Keene ar.d daughtrr, out of arsenic and Mendenhall's Chill Tr terian clergymen who were drawn do wellfashion and which wo .dioub! Jiinultu Wright Mrs. Clint Keene and men who compromise the PnlvrWty Red Label Containing 20 minims to Imitate." hero by a conference of missionary daughter, Vivian, Mrs. Ida ShruviM Fowler's Solution of arsenic to each workers. All wero students ot nible and sons, Dewoy and Kvorett; ail'1 fluid ounce. To break up any caso prnph-'oyTho reason for tho President's so' Mr iii.l Mrs Ch.iilcs Loach and sou of chills, Intermittent or malarial fi"We have yet to stand before a icitiitlt-- for Article X of tno league Kclgar Russell. The older folks stay Iw ver or as a general tonic fuse one botArmageddon than of nations covenant, which In permot u formidablo tle chill tonic regular then follow tlu Mr.rno," ono said. "The last groat petuity upholds the Integrity if the ed In thu shade and talked, laughed with a bottle of chill tonic with arsen-'- r war will bo fonght on the plains of Bjitlsh and other empires, now do and road vhil the rest went t Rough river. Sotno of thoin .'Isbed fiivl you will b "ttrpNed at th" K'ra-Kla-- .i m ti I tKkt'i nil vrlopi,. He wrote It himself and In In fabotiue .if it Is prophresults. Price 00 cunts. Sold by esied in Rovebitlons. Tboro will bo corporated it in the American plan, while others wore bathing or The smaller Tots played o' Came to this Woman after Ohio County Drug Company. rn orientation of tho force?, of worldly tho remainder of which was rejected the banks and picked shells and for tho British plan. Tho British, pnwerc agamst the forces of tho spirTaking Lydia E. Pinkham's rocks. About seven o'clock wo ro MICTI'ICNK: lO'JO. it. Thu Jows will occupy the oontnr controlling a third of tho globe, ac- turned to the house tired and hungry Vegetable Compound to cepted with relish a siand-pa- t world lo find a good supper waiting. of tho spiritual forces. Not until Lat Restore Her Health (('tirtonnn Magazine.) alter tho great stiuggle on tho plains wn had music, and about eleven Papa, ni'immu and Inhy sat under Soiintor Borah: my "I have in of Kxra-Elaci.u tho world bo reo'cl cl. we wen' to bed. declining II nt After I vns tho evening lamp. Kilensburp, Wen.--- " built and the kingdom of heaven es- desk perhaps tho most brilliant de if every day was Hko that ono, life married 1 wus not well for a long time Papa sorted the raisins fonso that has been made in Ameriunu a Rood deal ot tablished here on earth.' living. Mamma muauied ou: the sugar. the time was not ca of lato years of tho policy of Iso- would be well worth m oo able to ijo about. Baby was learning the alphabet 'Why I Put Up With Rats For Wars,' lation, so called, and of the malnto-naiic- o .Mr. Vuiigliiui, li t rvwdiii 4nrt lirf.h Fanner, Tells How lie . of Washington's policy and of "Writes N, Windsor, wm to novo a child !from Ul" "llom" Urew Lost Alt Ills Prize Seed Corn. il m in our hotmi and ono uutstdo great iiiuows or "Soniottiuo ugo I sent away for "Years ago I bought bohio rat poi- - tho Monroo doctrine, n defense made husband m ' Jul day mytmcK irom happinessiJln swept tho streets. I5,i r.on, i. men nearly Killed our lino four years ago by the President of sumo pedigreed seed corn. Put It in canto was browing In tho homes jwatcll dl)gi ,t B0 8cared us tllat w0 tho United States. Ho stated, with a gunney sack and hung It on a rope town with a bottle uer. 9W 1HIM 11111 of Lydia K. l'ink- suffered a long time with rats until his usual capacity for oxprotKlon, suspended from roof. Rats got It '' lianra voge table ow my neighbors told mo about RAT-SNA- P. that our great object was to maintain beats mo but they did irv Compound and KILLS RATS. I got firo dead whoppers In tho That's the sure rat klllor and u situation wherein America could wanted me to try it. a safe ono." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, Uvo her own life. Ho contended morning after trying "RAT-SNAPIt brought relief a tho old $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. P. with gicut onrnostncsB that we should Threo sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. from my troubles. and Sold and 1 improved in health bo 1 could do my reliable rodent destroyer. Conies In Casobler, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug keep out of nil entangling alliances. guurantoed by J. P. Casobler, Acton housework; we now have a little one, all cakes no mixing with other food. Storo, Williams with European powers. With forco Bros., Taylor's Drug Storo, & Duke, Walker Williams A Nerve Sedative that has of which 1 owe to Lydia E. Pinkham's Your money back If it falls. with fullness am. & Duko and Walker Myrtlo. Myrtle. in nnd clearness, Mrs. O. S. Vegetable Compound." m 25c size (1 cake) enough for Panbredth, ho covurud and defended tho j been successfully used in Johnson, R. No. 8, Ellensburg, Wash. nonentaiujllng policy as tho only 7. YLWUOLD RIIKUMATIC TAXKS DUK. There are women everywhere who try, Kitchen or Cellar. the treatment of Epilepsy, 1 long for children In their homes yet are 50c slzo (2 cakes) for Chicken State, County nnd Common school true and safo policy for this Re. THROWS AWAV denied this happiness on account of House, coops, or small buildings. Hysteria, and other Nerv- V-tax bills, for tho proseut year hTO public." II1S CltL'TCIIKS Fomo functional disorder which in most $1.00 slzo (5 cakes) enough for all boon placed in my hands for colloc-farous Disorders for the past tnses would readily yield to Lydia E. and Btorago jtion Cash is needed with which to "I have dotermlned upoa a course Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound. 'I am now 75 years of ago, and for thirty years. Huch women should not give up hopo buildings, or factory buildings. pay ruunlng expenses. Como and from which I have not deviated and, 'a number of years have suffered with until they have given this wonderful SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Sold and guaranteed by J. r. Caso-- 1 get your tax bill while it may be God being my holp, I am not going rhoumatlsm, eczema and a severe medicine a trial, nnd for special advice bier, Acton Bros., 'Piulnr'j Ft ! ' to deviate from it (or any possible itching. I was compelled to walk on uf l uruwuruu .4 vuat. at MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. InrfJ write Lyula K. Pinktiam Medicine to.. reason than can. bo suggested In thn crutches. I obtained uo relief until S. A. BRATCHER, Lynn, Mass. Tho result of 40 ycnr btore, Williams & Duko and Watkor I txiierk-ncis at your service. Myrtle. Seuate or any Intluciico than can bu I began to take Number 40 For Tho Sheriff ot Ohio County. mus-.icngo- rs fessional singers Tl ey are merely cjllege bey full of srai pep and the huoy.incy of youth. '?ini will sing simps that uro oil and tliuju that aro They will also shv numbers ot their own collogo song.- - which, are to the luys In s ,hfu always Hesldes their work as a a tnrtette, the boys will do sonic solo wort;. The leader will also strive to develop some strong singing by uslnj; tins whole audience us n chorus with the quartette In singing patriotic soncs. The members of this organization .diould prove wonderfully at tractive and give tho nudlenrp Jut the right kind of relaxation after n great manyni-w- . rt pro- CARRIER PIGEONS GIVEN PENSIONS rtr Life-Savin- Birds Live At Ease Thru British Government. g i wasted RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- P. LUCKY RAT-SNA- It's toasted to crease the good, wholesome flavor of the Kentucky i '- se Burley tobacco. A regular man's smoke and mv jf de-po- cious! FhsisJhi Li 1 t I . 1 -t - tto.-.dil- - e . nc-In- ..., n, c,i-f- or Rat-Sna- ac-'.l- RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P s Ba'-lard- e. P:-.t- - a.-- I i J j . THE JOT W - motherhood boat-rldln- g. m Illllifllllll PWt -- "W Fiii-iner- Those Epileptic Attacks by Using unror-iiieiue- i X,i fc' nil--h- se ." mlce--thnt'- RAT-SNA- m f -t TATE PROVIDES FREE EDUCATION FOR BLIND of HO nr.-i- it entire Halo Bid for Its 170,000 OiiO will bo opened Sepi tuber In lMill,Mlolihin. Smashing, Dashing, Auto Polo Movement On To Get Every imaciiini A,(r.;ii,i ruir infn School. In linn with ollior piognmUo Bt. t i, Kentucky Is ih.fn? lis p.irt lor U la .old Tho ImndctiffH In wro mtond'jil or i:limiv prisoners .mid " i' lio so'd In lots y. fivy jr 1.1. r pairs. .MAIM! MONEY, Spectacular Feature For Fair Children Cry for Fletcher's lll'T IT WAS NO (3O0l tho i duration und Ituluj' Irl Improve-iii- i nt of Itii sightless ohlldicii ami maintains nt pnldln oxp'iia! tlm Kcn-Iiic- k, $ Scum', fur tho l!l;;i.l, nt whim i !.: mm lie l I'uil of such lust Itiu.'it. . mi tliU country and In recognized the world over for (he Illicit Htnndnrd It Iiiih attained for over of u runtiiry of Uh I'xiHtanci', It being a pioneer in tho Work of cdiiratiliK the hllnd. Strange as it may npiicar, Hint tho Slate has provided no for their education without cost In an Institution of such excel leiice, condnctod by an efficient corps of teachers and equipped with every appliance for tho work, n problem' wiai iiiii a i way a neen confronted tins been the fact that only a'jotit hair of the blind children In Kentucky ar taking advantage of the great opportunity afforded thuni to receive a plcndld elncntlon and becomo H Is to incut Uicho conditions, thnt the press and public are urged to In u movement :.i bring Into tho school for the coming i. session the full quota of blind three-quartechll-dn'i- Clinton, Ind., Aug. 2.1 Just because a "money innchlno" for which ho paid $700 was no good, Ell Sala-bn- n, n Rumanian, culled upon tho r, lieu to pursue two oloqucut stranger.' who hastened away after making tho resale. The "machine," which sembled a tolegraplL apparatus, could turn out a sheet of paper resembling currency, tho pollro said. AIR I'M.OIS C()()I K(Mt OXI.V EIGHT IIOL'ltS IMJTV London, Aug. 23 "Eight hours Is about the limit of timo over which the average pilot could stnnd the strain wltlf any regularity. This Is the opinion of Cnpt. Sir AThoni'is Alcocl., C'ntnifrof of tlantic In tho first nonstop flight. "This, If nothing else, will probably limit the endurance of commercial airplanes to nonstop Journeys of from 800 to 1,000 miles. "A servo motor to operate tho controls, such as Is fitted to some nf the lnr.'o flying boats, might do something to relieve the strain, but even thru the mero moihnnlcal effort, would be very great. "Although I managed to win thru I would not caro to try to fly tho Atlantic again." M-- Ibe and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow n0 one t0 deceive you Jn thl'3 All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against ' Experiment. In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been C&JZ&77s7j. . Just-as-go- ' t r . -- 'T"rtw( fcV.Yff -' .TS?J?V- ly Tho Kentucky School for the Blind Is not to bo confounded with an asylum or hospital for the treatment of defrctlvo eyes, It being In thu strictest sense a public school for thoso denied attendance nt the ordinary reboots. From the kindergarten to the graduating class, tho same hlgl educational standard prevails, and in addition, the boys are taught several lines of lmluttlnl work, and the glrla, domestic science and needlework, In which amazing progress has been made by tho pupils. Kvery blind child in Kentucky, or any child whose sight Is so weak as to prevent It from attending nn ordinary school, can get a free education at the Kentucky School for the Hllnd. T'ie school session Is from the second Wednesday of September to the second Wednesday of June, nnd the children all go to their homes for the 4 Minimcr vacation. There arc supniatc Erhoolu for tho vhlto children nnd for the-- ' colored children, some distance apart, each with Its own set of teachers. The State has endeavored to make theso schools everything they houIJ bo for tho education, health and comfort of tho blind children of Kentucky. The buildings are largo and bcniitlfully situated and filled with every possiblo device for tho training of thu blind, and tho teachers are the best that caii bo had. To get a child into the tchool, It Is only necessary to write to the Superintendent of the School, the namo of the child and Its age, tho name of its parents and their post offlco address, and to state whether the child has n bound mind and Is free from disease I'pou receipt of such information, on application blank will be gladly fur- JlibllH Thoro Is no charge for board or .tuition; and If the child Is destituto, rallro.id faro and clothing will ho furnished If a certificate Is received from tho County Judge stating thls.fnct. For further Information write to MISS Sl'SAN II. M Kit WIN. : AVAK imoUr.HT ('HANKES. ; The housekeeper of today Is a very different person than what alio was n few years ago. The war has forced her to change her Ideas of many things and has made her lu wa. work. She learned to do team work In sewing or rolling bandages; she learned that her family couli out, and bo satisfied with, food which In the days of peaco It would not even consider. She Is ittul, therefore, ready to have Horn-makin- g, Prying, Canning, or an other topic .discussed. Miss Dora Swrendoy, of tho Extension Division of the College of Agriculture, will tnlk at the Fai men' Community Mealing, nt Heaver Dam, on "Homeiuaklng." All the housekeepers should bo certain to ht.ar what she has to say. open-minded iila.mi: II. C. L. ON DAYLIGHT SAYING I'lttsbuvtf. Aug. 23. Daylight saving Is causing tho high cost of living. That's what Western Pennsylvania farmers are saying. So sure are they of their ground that they have Instructed tho county farm agent to promise a fifteen per cent reduction to Congress If It will only turn thu clocks back to their movement. Here's how It works out: Tho farmcis cjMi't got men whe will work when the dew is on the grass, and if they wait until tho dew ib gone why so Is hnlf the day. And the farmhand doesn't take the late start Into consiuamtlon lu the after noon. Ho tvnrls to quit when every, body else does. And at C o'clock sharp ho drops his work. At least two moro hours of work under old conditions out of their helpers, the farmers claim, and a consequent reduction in cost of farm produce ORGANIZE THE COMMUNITY. Tho war has taught tho value cf organization and every community is cuiihldoring organization must be almost of super-qualit- y to vie with the stunning and spectacular saddle horse exhibitions held nightly In the great live stock pavllllon of the Kentucky S'tnte Fulr iiiid In effecting this happy consummation the nicest Judgment, sense of spectacular values and practical knowledge Is required. With the possession of these nssets already demonstrated by Hippodrome which were notuble bbous In 1917-1amusement affairs, Kentucky State Fair Secretury Fount T. Kremer may be relied on to equal or excel these former showings and there Is satisfactory assurance In his announcement that the 101!) roster of attractions will be the banner array of State Fair history. The outstanding feature of this great pavilion entertainment will be the appearance, for the first time In the South, of the magnificent musical organization known as the "1st New York Guards Hand with Lieut. Lambert L. Kben us director. This band figured In nil the war activities of the metropolis and Is In constant demand for vlctrola and layer work. The organization Is made up of forty and accomplished musicians uniformed lu striking military array, and it boast" soloists of high repute In tho world of music. Its leader, Lieut. Kben, Is n picturesque figure, and Is said to be one of the most brilliant directors In America. Their programs will be tcadc up of selections appealing to all tastes. Of the acts proper the most pretentious to be offered In the pavilion oval will be the auto pulo exhibition which .'.? second to none ns an amusement ivmblnlng thrill, clamor, movement ufid surprises. This game was Introduced to State Fulr visitors for the first time kist season and both In the pavilion and on the rnce track It A show Ilegl-nienlpiano-pwell-traine- d urouseii a fuiore of Interest nnd excitement. The game Is u species of polo contc-- t played with mounts of roaring, swaying, space-eatinniitos of expeclnl construction nnd miniature size. There are no restrictions as to methods of attack nnd head-osmashes, machine somersaults ami "spills" arc frequent. Another act of "dare devil" type Is n to be presented by the Johannes Troupe of live Icelanders, formerly n big drawing card with the Itanium circus nggregatlon. Their line of entertainment Is a sensational Illustration of the possibilities of physical development and understanding of defence In the event of attack. Pistols, bowle knives nnd blnckjacks Ilgure sensationally lu their paraphernalia. "Human Aeroplanes" Is the billing of the Four HoKes, who are English neriul artists offering iimazlug mid-ai- r gymnnstlt. The act Includes three men und a pretty woman said to be ns skilled as her companions. Astounding feats of dexterity are promised In the offering of the Portia Sisters who are French girls performing amazing feats of dexterity In midair while rexolvlng suspended by teeth or hair. As cllmnjt to a thrilling program two of the Portias slide from either end of the pavilion roof suspended by their hair. A turn attractive to the eye nnd titillating to the senses Is assured In tho wheel nnd wire offering of the MncDonnld Trio, as well as the quartet of comedians known as the Haggago Smashers. In "Circus llorseiuaiiMilp" Fair visitors will be regaled with a spectacle wonderful In the way of and training and of decorative beauty. Elephants figure In another animal act of amusing and marvellous tenor and poking steeds and four people provide a "living statuary" series of patriotic and beautiful character. The list of Hippodrome features winds up with the stirring, sensational and uniiMuil entertainment of the Seven McKays, as a Scotch troupe of canny Highlanders are described. Their offering Is a musical ballet In which the national Instrument, the figure piercingly and ideas-Inglg n Joef-fessosuper-intelligenbag-pipe- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has Leen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Foodj giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUINE CASTORIA (Bears the Signature ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CKNTAUH COHI.ANV, NEW VONK CITV, ozTcucu COMPANY HUGE SHIP NOW BUILDING. A ship to be named the Massachu setts which will be tho biggest battleship In the world is now In the pro consist only of service uniform, woolen and cotton; tho dress uniform white and tho mess Jacket white." Dress uniforms for enlisted men aro prohibited. BUYS PLANES. cess of construction. According to specifications, her length will be 684 feet, her beam width 100 feet and her displacement 43,000 tons. The ves sel is to carry a battery of 12, guns in a double tier of turrets, 16, guns and four ft guns. Her officers and crew will number around 1200 men. 16-lnanti-aircra- KAlSKIt'S SOX IS LUCKY GAMHLKK, SAYS PAPEK The Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor from the war department over 2,700 pianos and 4,600 motors, paying for them altogether about 12 per cent of their original cost. Two hundred dollars each was pajd for 1,110 Standard J- -l planes, $400 each for 1,600 JN-- 4 planea and $400 each for the 4,600 Curtiss mo- Co., purchased t0-. k. ., . iff" The Tribune states that Prince Joachim of Prus sia, ono of the sons, has bought for nearly $100,000 tne beau- tlfnl old villa named Favoiita, nt near Lugano. The newspaper adds that the great er portion of the monpv caino out of the heavy winnings of the prince from tho gambling hell of Campione, near Lugano. The prince had little money when ho arrived at Heme from Berlin. 23 Cas-tagno- Geneva, Jul UkVVAVTO For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the pood Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine r Kv- m ' A Bilious Attack. Prizes Totaling $10,000 Will Lure World Champion Horses To Fair When you have a bilious attack your liver falls to perform iti functions. 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There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in It is composed Cardui. only of mild, medicinal Superintendent, Kentucky Schools for tho Hllnd, Louisville, Kentucky ingredients, with no bad after-effects. ' K- YL r of soivo kind. The papers ami magazines iro VtMI.'C' A 111 II.' It " full of it and the farmers in town and v 'm puvkidy noil. at cross roads stores discuss It. tho Community" will ho tho Frankfort, Ky Aug. 19. Twenty-fou- r top;c treated by O. M. linker, of the new names have been added to Unlveihlty of Knuick, it tho Farm pension roll ot ers Community Meeting, nt lleavfi- tho Confederate Kentucky. Thoro are now 2,482 Da pi. names on the ponslon list and checks Tho farmer, tho businessman and amounting to $88,956 woro mailed tho homo maker will all bo interested to tho pensioners today by Capt. W. J. in organization of the community. reWfriL fWiJUm2Rk2fa& Stone, commissioner ot Confederate Tho men organized during thi war pensions. for Liberty Loans and In Council of "Cascade," Winner of World's Championship In 1918. Dofenso woik while the farmers orFor the third time In State Kalr Interest In the ring. It also put the THIS TOWN OFFEHE1) ganized to produco bigger wheat KOK SALE in U. S. crops, nnd tho women got togethor history u ?U),000 premium tins been Kentucky Stute Fair on a hor.ve show basis rivaling Madison Squuro with uu to knit and roll bandages. Everyannounced In connection with the five entire week of horse events liibtead of Washington, Aug. 22 Tho War body knows that organization won 'gultcd Saddle Horse Stake which Is the one exhibition, the saddle horse Department wants to sell a town, nnd the wtr, so everybody idiould be willoutstanding feature of the horse de- contests being divided Into classes for it also wants to sell 9,800 pairs of ing and ready to learn something partment of the Kentucky Stuto Fair. the stallions oil Monday night, the U no association more about organization now that handcjffs. There mares on Tuesday night and the geldFor seven successive fairs the pre- - ings on Wednesday between tho two, because the town Is tho war is a thing of the past. with (he wlnuers ' niluins In this ring hud ranged from of the town." The department's n "modal first three prizes In each of HIDKS JUMP FIIOM $2.ft0 TO udvortlbcmcnt says bo. tlipse clusses pitted ngnlnst euclt other $fi00 to ?:i,000 with only one night's ex825 K.1CII; GltlCKN AT THAT hibition of the high steppers. In 1017, In a grand struggle for the ciiumplon-bhl- p Tho town Is Nitro, W. Va nnd tro honors of the world on Suturdav hanlc.iffa aro In Hrstnn. Thoro Is no ConunUsloner of Agriculture Mat S. night. Winchester, Kan., Aug 23.- Tlio reflection in this on llostoiThe War Cohen inado a whirlwind campaign The venture lu 1017 met with unpreDepartment simply obtained storage; lowly cowhido in tnu "ood old di'-fiusod to bring tho farmer about $2.5') for funds nnd by his own perMinal, cedented miccoss und every night of , facilities thuiu Nitro wus a "war buby" town, built when ho sold It, attor killing his cwi. brllllunt, daring work, secured In dona- the week the great State Fair pavilion seating ten thousand tions the splendid bum of $8,8.'.'.U0, entirely by tho War DepniMpent U "beef." spectators wus nightly packed to ci'li-ao- Now a local dealer received an leaping the total premiums .for this is an inJustrhi! community with enthusiastic spectators h.ilkMiigs. of 45 cents a pound for hides lug 737 iiianifactiirlrg event to $10,000. who applauded to the echo the 20 000 greon ut that on tho track here. housing accommodations fo The unnouiiivment eleclrllled the bpeclmens of horse flesh and pei sons, and the uMUties it'll civic This Is an a vera go nf $20 to $25 per bhow linix? world iipd did JiM what equally splendid exhibitions of horseinijiiovemenls of a modem illy. It hide. manship which the ring provided. tlm ciiinmlhbloucr calculated und When this bein-nknown there was Tlilb triumph was repeated In 1018 nnd Was tllO 8110 Ol me be.:uuu iiui-;i-Imbued tho breeders nnd eihlbl- - ns nothing succeeds like success, bids isn'.okelesa powder rl:U In tho world, a general rush to buy beforo thera tors of tine horses with new uud keen J fair to outrun ull records lu 1010. id all told represetid uu Investment was another Increaso In price. - TAKE H "Oi-gani- ze CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other womenl It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. 1 read o! Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. ! took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no annelite. and I commenced eating, It is the best tonic 1 ever saw." Try Cardui. &fflS5kiPW8S transportation. s ' ItOCKEIlS IN CHUItCII. Assorting that tho religious life of Bhouid minister to the indi vidual's physical as well as bis spirittho Ttcv. G. B. Gilbert, ual rector ot tho Episcopal church at Chester, Conn., has ordered tho pews removed from his church, and rocking chairs Installed In their places. Tho squeaking of tho chairs by tho old ladles, who rock won't disturb him, bo says. to-da- y well-bein- g, ... K Va 1 ... a J - NEW VMFOItM HEGULA- TIONS FOH OFF1CEHS Before tho w,ar It cost new officers in tho sorvlco over $1,000 for their first outfit. Since then prices have about doubled and the now regulations were ordered mainly to lejsen expenses. Dress uniforms, with the exception ot tho white dress uniform and mess packet for summer weur, hnvo been abolished altogether. "In future," it was 'stated, "uniforms will I mj cu'-f- or over-itmvi- t inng-nlilce- nt All Druggists Vx d, MKVVvWVVWVVMgl The Hartford Republican from the mnlllng list, but must do so Alec Porter says that's an underIt payment Is not made. mining business, that thing of exKdltor W. S. TIXSM-JV- , cavating for a roobi under his oHloo The Hartford Herald npprnrs to be nnd Business Manager. itlying awake O'nlghts vnrrv'ns UK CAUTIOUS If you Imvo not y according to law at tuo i self !ii to in orts of pains about tint sold out yet anil don't want to. don't Entered -- "it Is nrlpn vmir nrntinrtv. ntiil If vmi litivn Postomce, Hartford, Ky., as man nnanclal sw iUK.it. It ny ' i""-pyldent that the : uoplo at- - not going lint ltmmlit. nllrl ilnn't wntif J'n i1nnt j matter of the second class. to get a viis.'. U see it." We can't make an offer for something some to see how or why tho Herald iipeuks other fellow has. Address all communications It with sp lltllo regard for facts The Hartford Republican. . undoubtedly knew thnt the Com 'Ind If there are nny fakirs, fair follow appointed. Messrs. J. L. Urown a crs or crooks In town who NOTICE TO SUItSCKIDERS. have floec and a high class gcnt'emitn Subscribers desiring tho papor sent democrat Wood, likewise a splendid ed any reader of this squib, we can to a new address nnist glvo tho old nnd J. H. tell tho aforesnld fleeced reader how gentleman, but n republican, both t to get even listen, como close, Inaddress in making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c bo assisted by tho County Court Hr line, and 6c per lino for addition- - Clerk, as a committee to investigate duce the Crooked fleecer or fakir to buy some of Albert Rial's popcorn Al Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards and make a report as to the County's-, and peanuts. of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in ad- financial condition. Wo also feel ccrQ vance. tain that the llcrald knew that theso I Ever since wo received those plc- Church Notices for services free, gentlemen were In the County Court but other advertisements, 5c per lino. Clerk's office working or, this report tnrna nt "Dlil Timor" nn.l (I... utrlniwill bagg Anonymous communications o of fJno when,tho article was written. It tho beon cn ht nftcr ,J0 ha, receive no attention. fu Herald knew these facts it ought to apologize to he Public, If t did not, Xq TELEPHONES. a n Hamnu,nil it should apologize for It 3 Ignorance. iLako Cm) lml 123 Cumberland most need.. What the Herald Editor CO ag3 Farmers Mutual y9 , Is a course of castorla or Mrs. Wins- syrup or something, . , low's soothing AUGUST 20 to ease the pain long enough for tho lg(jt thejr FRIDAY wlvM off tQ Dnw8on Hot the evening may be, and lazy. But the New Edison is committee to make a report. jgQmo ten (,ay8 ago f(jp thcJr hcaUh always ready, always peppy. (you Know wnoso tneir I refer to.) There Is something radically wrong Mrs. Barrnss in some manner got Place it on the front porch, right where the breeze is coolest, with Kentucky, something that over- wise to Ed and HE went to Dawson and all the joy that is in music comes to you. flows and spreads out, even to our a few days ago. Bfrkhcad somehow Every night, the New Edison is your two dollar seat at the own little community. Ot's not our or other, mnnaged to keep Mrs. Ulrk-hca- d vaudiville, musical comedy, opera, wherever your fancy leads. people who are out of "sorts," It can't in the dnrk, so he didn't go The tunes of the moment, and the favorites of all time, roll be with our soil or the things that with Ed. Then, what is it? We are underlie. forth with a joyousness that makes everything fresh and blithe too shallow to 'diagnose the trouble, We received a letter from our old and gay. makes you feel cooler just to sit and listen to but, we have an idea that It is all du" friend, J. II. (Old Timer) Glenn, a to our system, or rather to lack of !few ,,avs aB0 wlth whIch wcro gomo system. Wo boast of our citizenship, pictures of fine strings of fish, alleg-o- f our fertile fields, rich mines, ed t0 havo bcen cnuci,t i)V himself scenic mountains that o'ershadow the aftcr he nail performed his regular Cumberland and Big bandy in tlie ,daya workt We would have felt im- "The Phonograph with a Soul" make REPUBLICAN TICKET. east to break away amiworld-famou- room mensely better if tho Old Sport had for the rolling acres of sent Just a few tiny pictures of himblue grass and In the north-centrself at work. But, remember, it is only the New Edison that recreates all For Governor portion, where graze countless herds EDWIN P. MORROW. ;. that dwells in music. of the Nation's finest In cattle and . ron sale. . .Lieutenant Governor horses, the pennyroyal, the rich level S. THRUSTON BALLARD. lands of the Purchase in the extreme 2 match marcs, 4 and 5 years old, west. Our boastfulness of things In about 15' hands high. Work anySecretary of State .,, and ot Kentucky, of Ohio County, of where. Also new road wagon and FRED A. VAUGHT. Beaver Dam, Fordsvllle, Hartford, or harness. All going at n bargain. Seo Attorney General any other particular section, If you or write, F. W. ROYAL. CHAS. I. DAWSON. We even boast St2p pelase, Is Inherent. Route 3, Fordsvllle. Auditor Pub. Acct's of our institutions ot learning, our m JOHN J. CRAIG. church spires that pierce the azure DRAINAGE PAN NOTICE blue. Yet, it is with feelings of reSitpt. Pub. Instruction morse, of a conscience At a meeting of the Board of DrainGEO. M. COLVIN. as we view the constant, the daily age Commissioners of Ohio County Clerk 'Court Appeals stream of our young manhood and ' . held at tho Court Housf In llart- ROY H. SPECK. womanhood, tho very best we have in fnrrl k'v nil Thiimilni Aii.rmt 1JM, bone, sinew and brain wending ifsj1919 wjth an I)10mbers present, it Cimmisstoncr of Agriculture For Sale 160 acre farm, way to other states ami territories ,vas ordered that an assessment or ti:. W: C. IIANNA. Joe Everly where conditions and opportunities of TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based known as the Treasurer- o are better than in this upon the original assessment for con farm. Price $10,000. It is! JAMES WALLACE. boastful state In which we reside. struction of said ditch, be made and in the best farming com-- l State Senator What is the answer? What sha'l j,vie(j against the lands and land own- munity in Ohio County. For BAKER. GEORGE we do, what can we do, to correct the ers located within the B. W. RIAL. evil conditions that take from our ET, AL DRAINAGE DISTRICT, in further particulars, see, Representative midst the very bet we have In Ohio County, Ky. Said assessment ISAAC S. MASON. CAL P. KEOWN, or tax hereby levied Is for tho pur- Hartford, Ky. Iposo of cleaning out, repairing and OBNOXIOUS LAW. The futurfc chances of the average maintaining said ditch and for the heir apparent are worth just about in The federal law requiring each and payment of any other legitimate ox WANT DOGWOOD AT much as Henry Ford recovered in every automobile owner who makes penses incurred. , damages of the Chicago Tribune. The tax list and assessment roll FANCY PRICES a special trip for which he accepts pay, take out taxi license, is a nui hae been placed li the b.iiids f i the and Hickory, by They continue to find indictments sance. Then in addition each owner County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to Also Persimmon Cords, four foot blocks, car lots. against ono William Hohenzollern so accepting, even bare remuneration who'll payment may bo made on Diameter of Dogwood, over 4", and a few of his associates, but thus is required .to make regular roport 29th! Monday, September far no warrant of arrest has produc- and pay to the government 8 per cent 191D, without additional costs. If Inches. Persimmon over 8 inches TAILORED Coats and Hickory over 12 Inches. ed the body In a court of justice. on the amount received. All of this, said assessments are not paid within Coat Suits for Ladies and Say wlmt on liaic. Prices .mil has resulted in narrowing tho moans Hie time above specified, same will be King Swope asserts that he repre- of transportation for special occa put In the hands of the Sheriff to be on Request. Misses are now arriving daisents tho most Intensely American. sions, for the reason that almost every collected In the same ninnrer as StPie KKXTIVKY WOOD PRODUCTS C6. Congressional district to be found owner of an auto will not unravel all 'and County taxes ly. It makes no difference George A. Bush, Pres. within the entire U. S. A. Look well of the red tape necessary to escape A.igiMi, n:t! Witness our hand, this St. Louisville, Ky. what .your ' dress requireto your laurels Brother Swopo, there's prosecution for allowing himself re- 29th, 1919. i another election coming at an early imbursed for the accommodation of a BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISments may he you will find SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY friend them best met in the Howard By J. H Thomas, Pros. Tho writer had occasion recently, Dancing Dell and Rounder have to secure transportation for several Attest: McDowell A. Kogle. Secy Tailoring. We have a rehad two tolerably stiff rqunds. The parties to attend tho funeral of a rela markable variety of fabrics DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE. first of course wns rather in favor tive. Licensed automobiles were so of the chnllcnger, but tho second went scarce that only one could be hired and models running from the At a meeting of the Board of Draintho other way. Wo wonder nvhat (No other means are to be had these mosl conservative to 'the Mrs. Dell is going to bay to Mr. Roun- days as the horse and buggy and sur- age Commissioners ot Ohio County, Beaver Dam, Ky. der next. ly business Is a thing of the past.) As Kontucky, held ut the Court House in most ultra stylish, and sold August 1, 1919. a consequence, we were compelled to Hartford, Kentucky, on Wednesday, Messrs. J. I). Williams & Sons, at varying prices to suit the Self determination and naklng th go to friendf and simply ask as an act August 27th, 1919, with a mujortly of Beaver Dam, Ky. --world safe for democracy wo Imagine of charity, that thoy leave their bugl tho members present, it was ordered purse of all. Gentlemen: sounds mighty good to China, and noss and onerato their cars nurely ns that an assessment or tax ot TEN Wo began using tho Do Laval sepa especially to those millions of Chines' a matter of accommodation when ln'tlO) PER CENTUM, based upon tho Blue Serges and other starator in Muy 1918 and to say wo are and given over fact we would havo much preferred 'original assessment for construction domiciled ploased with It Is putting it vory mild. ples are here in great range to Japan, soul, body nnd breeches, by to havo .paid for our needs on this of said ditch, be mode and levied j against the lands and land owners Never has there been u time sluco wu Wood row Wilson, tho would-b- e groit occasion. all splendid in quality and bought It but what we have received The law governing cases of this located within the L. M. WARD, ET. father of self determination, the man DRAINAGE DISTRICT, In Ohio a better prlco for our butter fat than who put us in tho bloody conflict character should bo repealed or tholAL., excessive in value real inwe did for our butter and two months that tho rights of tho weaker nation foolish construction, placed upon the, County, Kentucky. Said assessment wllen good country butter trinsic value. .The prices might be protected and that they act by ovorzealous officials who think or tnx hereby levied Is for tho pur-th- last winter of cleaning out, repairing and was selling for 40 cents por pound, tho life of the Government should bo left to choose their own declare that the values are wo were receiving 73 cents per pound form of government unhampered. Ynt ponds upon their filching a few dol- -' maintaining said ditch and for tho iy for our butter fut and got out ot the there. you say you pan't understand why lars from the public In this maiinor, j payment of nny other legitimate extra work ot churning and marketpenses Incurred. bo chunged. all this muddle is being kicked up Tho tax list and assessment roll ing our butter. There may bo somo excuscrln plnc- about Shantung, 3rd insist that tho It is much easier to clean and caro a helpless pen. ing a special tax on commercial auto- - huvo boen placed in the hands of the plunder of for tho soparator than It 1b to clean See our line before buying elsewhere. whoso County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to plu bo ratified, approved and labeled mobiles, or their ownors, profits exceed a certain sum, but no I whom payment may bo made on or nnd cure for tho pans and jars nec"finis." 29th, essary to handle milk in tho old way, earthly reason exists for plundering boforo Monday, September you pleaso look at tho label those who do not nrofit. , or live by! 1919. without additional costs. If and wo get ho much moro and so , Will less work. said assessments aro not paid within much better cream-wl- th on your paper and if you owo 113 any- that method. tho tlmo abovo specified, samo will Wo wouldn't soil our De Laval at any thing, como in and pa up. It takes bo put in the hands of the Shorlft price if wo couldn't get another ono. FARM FOR SALE, inonoy to run a newspaper, and thuru Yours truly, to bo collected iiutho samo nmnnor is not a subscriber on our list whi MRS. QEORGE A. BARNES. County taxes. i would not pay up in a minute If he ) 49 acres ono mllo west ot Duke- - as State und Witness our hands, this. August renllitd how much wo are paying for hurst. Ten acres hill, rest tiled hot paror and Ink, 'inl everything that Is toms. Good iinp'rovments, three 29th, 1919. usediri a print shop. Wo are mailing 'room dwelling with two porches. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY. out statements to u number ot ourj$7G per acre. For particulars seo, Beaver Dam, Ky. y J- - H. Thomas, I'res. patrons this week and will. mall to j W. K. HARDIN, ' COIB. PHONE. -X Mcdowell A. Fogle. Secy. Attest: Hartford, Ky., Routethe others us boou us we can get Sitp Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Wo hope that every sub scrlbcr whether he receives n noMi'u or not will look at the label on his paper and sit right down nnd mall us a check. Wo hate to drop anyone them out STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Incorporated , t A Two s a Dollar mm I 11111 Every Seat .. .,,.,,, si Night - ! It I T5he New Edison s, al E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ? two-to-on- I j Styled and Priced Right What Your Neighbors Say at do-'po- m ld Carson (Si Co. Hartford, Kentucky. J. D. Williams & Sons tmammasmmm FeJl ArriveJs! Our advance styles of New Fall merchandise is now in our house. You will find us prepared to supply the wants of those who want to buy early. New Cloaks A splendid showing in all the leading styles and fabrics. Both Dolmens. Long Cloaks, and the lengths are good. A peep at these will convince you that our styles and qualities are right. three-quarter Mr Luln Coppngo nnil little Miss dwentlolync Mnrtln returned to their home here, Wednesday, nftcr a visit Mr. nml Mrs. Wnilo H. Rnlzo nnil with lelntlves In Arl'nnsns. children nuil Mr. Hoinn llnlzc, spent Make a new car out of your old ono Sunilny with relatives nt Dnlzctown. by using ACME AUTO ENAMEL. We Mrs. Mlnnlo Rlloy nnil son, ThoniiH, hnvo a full lino In nil shntlcs. OHIO COUNTY DUUO CO. of Owonsboro, wero visitors of Mr (Incorporated.) C. Ulloy during this 9t3 nnil Mrs. J. weok. Mr. L. A. 1'atc, of Sesser, III., who had Iicon visiting her parents, Mr. nnd nnil Jin William Soliroativr, Mr Mrs. J. W. Pate, of Heaver Dam, for of Ilouto 1, Olnton, wero In town Saturday nnd called at this office sovoral days, left yesterday for his home. wlillo here. grociles For new stock, staple , ml fancy go to A. I). WHITE'S. ' H. C. L. The above three letters, meaning high cost of living, are concerning the people now more than any other subject. There is but one way to do it cut out all unnecessary expenses. By our cash and carry system we have always led the fight to down old H. C. L. Whether goods are high or low we save g you money over the credit, delivery, system and extra clerk system. You all know that. Now, to further help down old H. C. L. It don't suit us to handle groceries retail, but any one who can use in case lots we can save you 10 to 20 per cent. Its time now to use both money and sense if you want to win. book-keepin- Mrs A. M. McCrackcn, of Louh- villa. Is tho guest of her son, County Agent, M. L. McCruckcu nud Mrs McCracken. XOTICI3 liOc Sliplllv AT. Knntlinril. nf Tlonvor Danl( outo 2 whj rcccnt)y rcturnC(, from sorvlco over-seawas In town yostcrdny, nnd wlillo here paid this office a visit. s, Coat Suits Never before were we prepared to show you a better line. They come in Poplins, Serges, Tricotines. Taupe, Browns, Navy and Black are the leading shades. See our qualities and prices before making a purchase. Ready-made icd Spectators will ho chnrg- Messrs. J. C. Her nnd Ira 1), Dean nt tho door of tho Fair Hop, mndo a business trip to Louisville, Friday night. Ladles who dnnco Monday. Mr. Her purchased a resifree. dence wlillo there, to which ho wlil move at once. ed Dresses The correct style and materials for Fall are found' in our Dresses. They come in Silks, Serges, Tricotines, Poplins, etc., found in all the leading fall shades. Excellently tailored. Wool and Silk Dress Goods For those who do not care for ready to wear goods, we are splendidly prepared to give you anything in piece goods, in Silks, Woolens etc., with a wide range of colors, and trimmings. Fall Millinery Our Hats are here. Call and see them. Announcement of our FALL OPENING will FOLLOW LATER. See us for these goods and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Miss Cussyo Dennett, of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wallace nr.d Alnbnma, arrived hero Wednesday for n visit of some length, .with relatives children, of Central C'tv, returned tr. tnolr homo Tuesday, after bpond'iig and friends. a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. S. T Miss Kathleen Turner returned Harnett of this place. Wednesday from Owcnsboro, where Miss Thelma Dennett, who hail sho hnd boon visiting relatives for boon visiting friends and relatives in several days. Hartford and community for several Two good mules, weeks, returned to her homo In DeFOR SALE will sell at a bargain. Call over catur, Ala., Wt.dnesday. homo phono or see J. T. MOORMAN, ' Mr. Lone Hoover and wife, of 7t3 Hartford, Ky. Ellzabethtown, after having .ipor.t a Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Duko visited few days here with their parents, Mr Mr. Duke's brother, Capt. Wm. E and Mrs. R. T. Hoover and other relDennett, of Owensboro, from Satur- ative!', returned home Monday day until Sunilny. Detroit, of Rev. Dallls Hocker, i Itrlng your spring chickens nnd Michigan, will preach at East Provl- eggs to tho Kentucky Creameries. 'dence Church, Sunday Rev. Hocker They will pay you a high cash prico was born and reared In this county any day In the week. and is hero on a visit to relatives. J. T. Vinson & Son Beaver Dam, Ky. Farms For Sate 5014 acres 2y2 miles from Hartford, good 1-- im- - M fX Mr. Henry Pirtle, who recently sold Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moxley. of Scnath, Mo., visited relatives In Ohio his property near town, has purchased County, labt week. They left for a larm oi 4uu acres, near .Monigom ery, Alabama, to which he, with his their home Monday. family will remove at an early date. The children of Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Elgin visited Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Mr. and Mrs. William D. Landers Elgin while their parents were of Harrisburg, Ind., arrived here tne in Alabama. first of this week for an extended visit to Mrs. Lander's mother, Mrs. Misses WInnio D. Slmmerman R. R. Wedding and Judge Wedding. Leila Glenn, Myrtle Lashurook and "Mr. McDowell A. Foglo mototed to We are going to carry anythln you might want in Furniture, 'Hard Owensboro, Tuesday. ware, Groceries nnd Pnint and will j Mr. H. T. Holbrook, who has been be glad to show you our lino before operating an oil well drill-Un- g you buy. j In Texas WILLIAMS & DUKE. outfit for some time, arrived homo yesterday morning. Republican! Fresh line of woso cakes. The Hartford Prof. Allen Fostor, of Marlon, was WILLIAMS & DUKE. For Sale Good 5 room dwelling, a guest of his uncle, Isaac Foster and .AUGUST Ul FRIDAY' Miss Paulino Darnard, of Beaver with largo hall. In first clnss con- Mrs. Foster, hero Wednesday night. wun . I'ror. t osier win oe connecieu guest of Mr dition and on a large lot. Dam, It, tho week-en- d L. T. (KELLEY) RILEY. SU ' 'the Training School at Elkton, this and Mrs. P. II. Taylor. year. rBloODfll liBWo Messrs. E."C. Woodburn and J. C. j). j, Murr( representing the jIr, Mr. Otto C. Mnrtin will move Into Courier-Journand Timet., Durall, of Echols, were In Hartford on T7 T LotiUvlllo l JO business Tuesday, and while here pail tho property-- occupied by his father. Wednesday. ailil OUU fl nilrJUES. X.was In town I Mr. R. D. Martin, as soon as his this office an appreciated visit. father moves out. He, with his fam Miss Lottie Kuykendoll, of Center-tow- n Mrs. W. G. Hayden, of Maxwel', ily are to go to Cromwell at an ear'y visiting friends and relatives is nnd Miss nettle Kayi'.en ot Louisville, date. Acton llros. hnvo added auto re- here and attending the fair. wero guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C pairing to their business. Rl'.cy from Sundn until Tuesdny. Arnold Felix Likens who had bon Mrs. C. L. (Silo) Taylor, of Dawson visiting relatives la Washington, D E. Y. Park, of Central City. Is Springs, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. E. G. Hasley and daughter, of C. for some time, returned hore Tueshoro upending the week-en- d Hoyt Taylor, of this placo. Kansas Cltv, Mo., are spending a fev day, accompanied by Edward Likens 'days hero with Mr. and Mrs J. W who will visit relatives at this place We pay cash every day for eggs and Are you trading with WILLIAMS Robortbou, pnrents of Mrs. Hasley. for some time W. E. ELLIS & DRO. poultry. & DUKE? It not you are losing Miss Ernestino Ralph, who has After taking over Mr. Iler's extenMiss Mary Spaulding, of Chicago, money. Ask your neighbor. been visiting relatives In Patesvillo sive line of furniture we find that we 111., is the guest of friends in town. Mr. J. D. Allen, who formerly re ana Hawcsvllle, for several days, is nped money worse than we do furniMiss Deulah Palmer, of McIIonry, sided nt Fordsville, has removed to expected to return home hero today. ture. Hence we have decided tn make a 10 per cent reduction on all Is visiting friends mid attending tho Tnifork, Dreckenridgo county. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Neal, Dr. and Furniture, also on OH Stoves &c. fair. WILLIAMS & DUKE. For laundering silks and other fine Mrs. E. P. Itogers, of Fordsville mofeedstuff at prices fabrics uso Lux, or Ivory Soap Flakes. tored down, Tuesday to ntterd tho For all kinds of meeting at tho Christian chinch, hoi e. On salo at WILLIAMS & DUKE. Ask us about that John Deere you will appreciate, boo, FULL POWMR hay press. You don't S) A. D. WHITE. fts. Mary Ellis and her have to carry the hay tho li igth of Mr. W. G. Dennett and daughter. Ellis,' who have been tho stack. Put tho press at the cenand Enda Leo, of Ow- Miss Esther, returned Monday fion: Misses Cora spending tho summer with relatives ter ot the stack, thereby saving time ensboro, are guests of Miss Cliffio a ten days trip to Dawson Springs. In Doiner, Colo., returned and labor. Felix. Mr. J. W. Daniel, wlfo and daughJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Wo have ryo and timothy seed in ter, of Owensboro, are spending the Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphreo, The meeting in honor of and In weok, hore with relatives and friends. abundance. of Owensboro, will arrive hero today, welcomo to the returned soldiers, W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Try my cold drinks. Thoy hrvo a for a short visit with Mrs. Murphree's snllors and marines at Nocreek last Sunday, was a decided success. It parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rownn Miss Evelyn Thomas has accopted kick that will send that thirst was largely attonded by tho public High n position In tho Livormoro A. D. WHITE. nnd 05 soldiers were present In uni School. Miss Gladys Dennott, after spend- forms. Mr. J. D. Tappnn and family visited ing a weok or ten days with relatives MIssyAlmeda Ration, of Morehouso, If you were bred In Old Kenturk ', Mo. has been visiting Miss Hula Kim;, relatives In South Carrolltoii and Cen- hero and near town, left Wednesday tral City, from Saturday until for tho hoi of her parents, In Deca- get the Kentucky Thoroughbred bugthis weok. t' gies. Wo have them and want you tur. Ala to look them over. The Farmer's Miss Dorcas Dlack, of Owensboro, Tho Kentucky Creameries are payFor Sale 80 acres farm land. 4V4 friend, is visiting relatives in and adjacent ing mora for poultry nnd'egs this miles east of Hartford, near school tTfivt fnril J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Bam, Ky. Plenty of good water. Both Phones. weok than any other buyer In tho house. , Dwelling and other buildings. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Porter, of Hef-li- county. We Invite tho public to inspect our F. T. JACODS, were guests of Mr. and Mrs, A.'C. now stock of Furniture, Rugs, DrugR. 2, Hartford, Ky. Mr. Shelby Stevens, who has a po- StC Poller, Saturday. g gets, Stoves and Ranges, in fact In sition with tho Courier-Journa- l, you may need to furnish your Sidney Walker return this Mr. Robert If you wish to knock the socks off Louisville, visited relatives hero ed to his homo hero Sunday from home. If you have not visited us r cf Old Man High Cost of Living, trails week. Ak'on, Ohio, whore ho had been om- - our new location, come In and look wUn A. D. WHITE. ACTON BROS. Misses Artlo and Dornlco May, ot nlpyod during tho past eight months. us over. The Calhoun .Hand, composed of Loitlsvlllo, arrived yesterday to ho Robert Sidney will enter school here When in town visit J. A. tXtE'S Fixteon Instruments, Is furnishing the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Purely Monday. Restaurant for quick lunches, cold Casoblor. music for the tuir. drinks, both fountain anu bottled Crimson Clover, 1919 seed, and guaranteed. Ask tho ice cream, also for your cigars, cigar-ettc- s, For Sale Ono farm of 07 ncics, Tlia narntllnnn will flV SO lllllll nt tobaccos and good candles. the Fair that you can not see it until near Rob Roy school house For In- - COUNTY A0ENT. courtesy The Restaurant where Wo have a nlco lino of OH Stoves you have your eyo troubles corrected lorniauon wruo 10, f reigns. EMDRY, and Ranges. J. II. TAPPiN'S. VJ..H. nt 8t2 Main Street, Hartford, Ky. WILLIAMS fc DUKE. Beaver Dam, R. Mo. 3. bit Jewclery and optician. 2&XZ&60, l pros-pecti- provements $60 per acre 28 3 acres 5 miles from Hartford, good im provements . $1,500.00 56 acres 4 miles from Hartford, good improvements $3,000.00 ' 354 acres 9 miles from Hartford good stock farm $1,700.00 70 acres 5 miles from Hartford, 30 acres bottom, good improvements $3,500.00 45 acres 7 miles from Hartford, good improve, ments $1,600.00 130 acres 6 miles from Hartford, bargain $1,600 54 acres 5 miles from Hartford extra good "land and improvements $4,500.00 50 acres Sy2 miles from Hartford, good land $5,000.00 7 miles from Hartford, good land, some 226 acres fine timber, good improvements $75 per acre 100 acres 6V- miles from Hartford, 45 acres bottom, balance hill, good improvements $5,000.00 Any of these farms can be bought on easy ; terms. This is a small list of the many 'J" bargains we can sell you. If you want to buy or sell see rr , vvj . -. - , , -- H0LBR00K, PARKS! COMPANY al 1 ! FARMS SALE n, 1. 70 acres at Horse Branch, five minutes walk to school, church and stores. Good upland, practically all new. Six room house, new, plenty of out buildings, rural delivery. Plenty 'of timber. Good orchard. A bargain at $3,000 with easy terms. 2. 97 acres, 2i miles from Hartford, 45 aCres good timber, balance level land. No buildings but good sites, other farms near for combination. On public road. Price ?2800. 4. -3. 102 acres, Sy2 miles from Hartford. 55 acres Good buildings. Two separate farms bottom, 47 hill. but join. Both for $7,000. 4. 180 acres, 4 miles fr6m Hartford, 25 acres bottom, 25 acres woods, some hill which lays well. Good two- story dwelling. Fine orchard, barn, plenty of water. Price $2250. 5. 135 acres, near Sunnydale, 75 acres bottom, 20 acres meadow, good woods. 2 wells, 3 ponds, six room house. Good barns, all under fence. Price $5400. 6. Only blacksmith shop in Horse Branch, also good dwelling and two acres very rich land. All tools and equipment. Big trade. A bargain at $1500. 7. 270 acres, two miles from Hartford. Fine bottom land, good dwelling and two tenant houses. Well watered. On road. If sold at once, $65 an acre and a &i59sto Out-buildin- gs. any-thin- bragain. Baize (L Greep HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job "Work Delivered Promptly. v 9 i'it schools to(;i:thi:i:. lie-ca- ' ! 1 c5S f S- -r lift V &"'' T Camels are sold everywhere inscicntifically scaled packagea of 30 cigarettes or tenpackages(300cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recom-men- o carton or (As home or office supply or when you travel. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. glasaine-paper-covered Wf M nHmaJw -- Jf 1 25 cent's mill consolidation ever) day words during thr. wnr. Now thnt the wnr Is over, nil llnoa of business aro Mill consolidating and are lundilng efficiency. As tliero Is no binder liuslnoits In the Statu than the proper trnlnliiK of th hoy and girls In schools, consollda' tlou Is disc beliiR Quito naturally, the avenge person who went to n rural school In his or her youth stl.l believes In the "Rood old fashioned va" of tiuiiiliig tho youth In the country. (Mite lorluniitolv, thr war lias taught the average person thn even habits of eating can lie changed very r.tptdl. In other words, cvn d hodv is nioro since tlu one-room open-minde- Kfllclency DIRECTORY CHICUIT COUKT. Ju(1rs II, W. Slack, Owcmboro. Cuin'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hnrt- ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Col P. Koown, REAVER DAM. W. T. McKenney. Clerk It. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. R. F. Stovens. Marshal Ch'm'n. Board FOHRHVIM.E. W. R. Jonci. Clerk Olla Cobb. Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. Hartford, In March il Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 day 1st Monday in July 12 Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday In Scptomber Civil. 4th Monday In November Com'th. nnd Civil. Ch'm'n. Board let Monday days Civil. days a package w n r. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartford, Ky. 13 days W. Duff, FordBvllle. Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 20. 4 are in a class by themselves easily the the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that Simply compare Camels puff-b-y puff with any cigarette in the world at any price! Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test! CAMELS Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how liberally you smoke them ! The expert blend of choice Turkish d, and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so full-bodie- fis Winaton-Saler- a, N. C yet so fascinatingly smooth and time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as"unusual as they are enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality mellow-mil- d. I Every Prof. Virgil ChapMi'ii, Supei vlmr COUNTV COURT. rural cIiooIh, will talk on "Con Moets drat Monday In each month. "oll.latlng the Rural Sclioofs" nt the Judge; Mack Cook. Oonniiiiilty Meeting nt lleawr Dan.. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. I Kvery parent ihould bo on hand Clerk W. C. Blankcnahlp. .ea'-what has been done In consoliSheriff S. A. Brotcher. dation in Kentucky and In other Superintendent E. S. Howard. Hates. Every parent should Jnllcr Worth Tlchonor. an open mind to hear Prof Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. Chapman, so that, when any coiu- Surveyor C. S. Moxley. inunltv In Ohio County wishes to dis Coroner E. P. Rodgers. cuss the consolidation of schools the matter may have a fair ch.inco of suc FISCAL COURT. cess. Meets first Tuesday In April and m nen you yawn a good deal in the October. datlme, feel dull, achoy and want tj 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. stretch frequently It Is nn unmistakable symptom of malarln, and unless 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, neav. er Dam. you do something nt once you arc hooked for a spell of chills. Herblnc 8rd District Q. B. Brown. Simmons G. W. Rowe, Center- Is a chill medicine that will prevent 4th District town. or cure tho disease. It drives out the Impurities on which tho malarHl 5th District W. C. Daugherty.BaUc-tow- n. germ thrives, strengthens the liver and cleanses tho bowels. Price GO Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundco. B. F. Rico, Fordavlllo. Sold by the Ohio County Drug Com- 7th District 8th District B. C. Rhoadea, Hartpany. II! ford, Route 5. of con-with 11. L. Carter, Narrows. Ky. Dlv. Ko Robort Goff, Koslno, Ky. er Dam, Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevons, BeavKy. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, kmghim:. Under the new ruling tho civil ser vice commission has extended tho ago "imlt for stenographers nnd typists to boys and girls who havo reached their 16th birthday, however, those ROCKPORT. who havo not reached their ISth Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. birthday, may receive temporary apClerk Rushing Hunt. ONE HOUR IN CHICAGO conditions in rural communities. CHRONIC IIORHOWKH Police Judge John T. Jackson. ENOUGH FOR WANDERER pointment only. Salaries for temDr. Brewster has been associated NEVER KAIIiEI) TO PAY porary positions range between $75 Marshal Will Langford. with the Red Cross for some niontbs and $100 monthly. Examinations' Chicago, Aug. 23 Jusc one hour Chicago, Aug. 23. The American past, and is prepared to present the every Tuesday. doughboy Is honest, and judging him details of the Red Cross peace pro In Chicago was enough for Joe Bels aro held from a check on how he borrowed gram in its complete form. He will ky, alias Gypsy the Wanderer, who Is RATS DIE health proud of the record in crossing the and paid, has it on the average explain the extensive program, the new plans for civilian continent sixty times without paying charge account fiend In every wiy so do mice, once they eat Commandant and Mrs. J. M. Hale, lolief work which include preparation a t or railroad fare. "tj CS& ' And they leave no odor behind. Don't "I hbvn't tvori;ed in sixteen years of :he Salvation Army, have readier, for disaster relief and care of famthis conclusion after twenty month ilies of soldiers and sailors, and of explained Joe. "In that time I hae take our word for It try a package. Rats t Cats and dogs won't touch it. of work in France during which time rural relief work where no social crossed the continent sixty paying a cent railway faro. pass up all food to get they loaned the boys of one artillery agencies already exist, to bettor the Three sizes. Gee. I bet I owe the railroads conditions of t1!" ppopli. outfit twenty thousand francs. 23c size (1 cake) enough for Pan A statement prepared by tho SalDr. Bicwster has tvaveled wjlily Explaining his ability to exist with- try, Kitchen or Cellar. story: on three continents before his aOi.ivation army workers tells the 50c size, ( 2 cakes) for Chicken liorrowers, boys of 121stArtilIery. ation with the Red Cros. As In- out work, Joo said he was a contorGoing into a spasm of con- House, coops or small buildings. Number of borrowers, 203. vestigator of tropical fever condi- tionist. Art Ar A w JsJm m $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for nil Amount borrowed, 20,000 frnncs. tions for John Honkins UnP'orsity tortions, mostly facial, ho said: storago ' "eo how easy? I can make nj- - farm and years of dealing with people dinLargest loan, 500 francs. bis fi 4ati) A Safe, ing his service in tho niin'str' rm.nd self Into a Jap, Chinese, Indian, Hin- buildings, or factory buildings. Bad acovn's, twe, Sold and guaranteed by J. F. CaseLost-- , forty francs experience of this vigor du or Bolshevik without making up out the wide Remedy for Worms ' for tho part. That's how I get mon bier, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug "Some of the boys wo were with ous Red Cross man. 6eTrntr-nrun' ronttna-ney to eat on. I don't need money to Store, Williams & Duke and Walker were chronically broke," explained tine In thr lw.t tmUmonlil FKEY'S VKUMIKUOlCciD oiler travel with, altbo I guess I travel as Myrtle. "They were steady the commandant. you. 59 a Kovp bottle alwajf no band. much as any traveling salesman. Can borrowers, but they always paid the'r It will help k.fp tlie llttl onet FOR FLETCHER'S S3 lunpy and liralthy. not stay any longer. Just got in an MEXICANS REFUSE TO debts, 2.V. a buttle at your drn ALLOW VANKS ON SOIL hour ago and am tired of this place ffUfa or reneral itora t or If "Tho lads would come and say to your dealer can't aupply you good-bye- ." already; And the man my wife or mo: 'Ma (or if I was there, aend hit name and 25c. In atami and we'll kuJ yea a boilU Surgeons agree that in cases of who owes the railroads fj'O.OOO hurEl Pasco, Tex., Aug. 15 A request Dad) I'm strapped. Need a hundred promptly. Burns, Bruises and Wounds, thu ried to the yards to add to his obli- was received by Mexican military aufrancs. Here's my I. O. U." When Cuts, E. & S. FREY thorities in Juarez y from Col. 1he ghost walked they would conio to first treatment Is most important. gation to the railways- BALTIMORE MO. an efficient antiseptic is appliGeorge T. Langhorne to permit Amer us the first thing and take up their When ican soldiers to go into Mexico In paper, as they called their I. O. U's ed promptly, there Is no danger of InTho Rest Plaster. search of Aviators Peterson and Dav "I know that our experience was no fection and the wound begins to heal is, lost below tho border since Sundifferent than that of other Salvation at once. For use on man or beast A piece of flannel dampened with workers, and out of probably 1,000-00- 0 Borozone is the ideal antiseptic and Chamberlain's Liniment and bound day. MY HEAD! For military reasons the request francs loaned in tho aggregate healing agent. Buy It now and bo on over the scat of pain Is often more When tho ready for an emergency. Price 25c, effectual for a lamo back was denied, .. permission was glv the loss was not over 1,000, if it was than a en to send but head fools 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio plaster American officers with n much." that and does not cost anything ra County Drug Company detachment of Mexican soldiers to or like as much. m ms aches, when search for the Americans. Cure Tor Djscntery. t ono feels all An unconfirmed report that tho ' "While I was In Ashland, Kansas, ENRAGED lJULIi KNOCKS MEAN COPS WON'T PERMIT STREET CAR FROM TRACKS two fliers had fallen In the Mexi n gentleman overheard mo speaking SPOONING ON PIERS perhaps a can mountains was received of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea ooa o (I Beaver Falls. Pa., Aug. 23. How Remedy," writes William Whltelav, Chicago, Aug. 22 Out on tho tongue it a bull knocked an Intcrbuban street of I)es Moines, Iowa. "He told me is the signal Is told by wltnessc Municipal Pier, whero tho waves of in detail of what it had done for liU car off the tracks Lake Michigan gentlv break agalnrt that poisons here. family, but more especially his daughare accumuTho animal stood In the center of tho wall and whisper of tho mysteries ter, who was lying at the point of of tho waters nml tno w,ml8 C00' 0o, lating in tho death with a violent attack of dysen- tho track as tho car approached and urow, :s a imo "spooning" place. system, and tery, and had been given up by the refused to budgo. Efforts to get tho Hero young couples who don't like should bo Such has boon the unfamily physician. Some of his neigh- animal to ono sldo only enraged it tho g eyes that roam thru cleaned out until finally In a mad rush of fur disputed indorsement to glvo Chamberbors advised him at once. it dived into tho car and derailed It. Grant Park or tho lights of tho Loop by leading specialists of lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, bit by tho hour and whisper of love can be best which he did, and fully believes that Thcro were six passengers aboard, Hut too many stories havo reached the medical profession ascribed to our own neglect or ono of whom was slightly hurt. by doing so saved the life of his carelessness. When the organs fail mo ears ot tno ponco or tno "spoon- after thoroughly, testing m child. Ho stated that ho had also us. in tho discharge of their duties, ,nB" on tlie picr' 80 now a cruel I10 RAT-SNA- P KILLS RATS. d this remedy himself with equally tho putrefactive germs set in and mnwhen up and down tho prevents Absolutely Also mice. gratifying results. in generate toxins actual poisons, pier at night and the cooling waves odors from carcass. One package "Th Waterway to Health" wnicn uu one s own body. P proves this. comes In miss tho cooing couples. CONSTITUTION ADOPTED The American Medicinal MinSleepiness after meals, flushing cakes no mixing with other food. eral Water bottled at the of the face, extreme lassitude, bilSpring without any condensSHIP BUILDING. The new German constitution was Guaranteed. iousness, dizziness, sick headache, ing or fortifying whatever. 25c size (I cake) enough for Pn-trapproved by a big majority In the acidity of tho stomach, heartburn, Kitchen or Cellar. Ninoty-sove- n ships were launched national assembly and the president offensive breath, anemia, loss of Chicken during tho month of Juno, according 50c bUi (2 cakes) for of the body formally declnred It Dose: Tablespoonful In weight and muscular power, House, Coops or small buildings. udopted. to nn announcement by tho shipping Glass of Water of vitality or lowering of SI. 00 slo (5 cakes) enough for all board. This Is 111 por cent above Also prescribed for inresistance to infectious diseases, farm and out buildings, storago build- thu number launched the same month digestion, constipation, disturbance of tho eye, dyspepsia, ings, or factory buildings. Sold and last year. Ship deliveries for June rheumatic affections, indigestion, gastritis, many forms FOR FLETCHER'S high blood pressure, guaranteed by J. F. Caseblor, Acton this yo.ir totaled 118. of catarrh, asthma, car affections hardening of arteries, Bros. Taylor's Drug Store, Williams . and allied ailments result from and skin affections. and Duke and Walker Myrtle. Money back if not satis- g. . IS WIDELY KNOWN rJwrl lied. Tako castor oil, or procure at Had on creicrio. MILLIONS FOR JAP FORTS tho drug storo, a pleasant vegetlon by your physician or at your The American Red Cross has For Infants and Children table laxative, called Dr. Pierce's iliugulit'i. Book, SMS?"1 ngreed to send Dr. S. E. Brewster, of Toklo, Aug. 23 The war office Ins let on requeit. Pleasant Pellets, composed of Over Years Cleveland, to tho Ohio County Farm- prepared a budget for nearly $200,-000,0- In Use May-appl- e, The Devonian aloes and jalap, Always bears Mineral Spring Co. ers Community Meeting to tulk on to bo expended on the forta i incorporated T.MLJIW Ihe Red Cross peace program which of Japan over a period of fifteen Slgna'tule of BHUi Owcmboro, Ky. dtaif with the improving of health yea is. Hartford Iteiiublicon, $1.50 per jear c-nRAT-SNA- HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judges C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebier. Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In February; 1st Monday In April; lit Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Mondny in December. County Board of Examiners 191D E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford,. Beaver Dam ond Fordsvlllo. Mny, 0 and 10 Common schoor Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May 1C and 17 County teachers (Whlto) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stato teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County anti stato teachers' examination (colored Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute. Sept., 19 and 20 County nnd Stato teachers' examination, (white) Hartford. Sept. 2C , and 27 County and State etchers' examination (colored) Mothers WILL YOU. TAKE OUR: time-withou- r RAT-SNA- IFreyS CEnMHT kmjmt' IHHl MONTH Vefffiit for ONE I &t- GERMINAL REMEDY A Tnabenl for WEAK 4 TJ LUN6S or ue CONSUMPTION frrlinc. A quick relief for lhal tired, coucha, patna In chril. nlrhl twcaU. bemor rhacei, weak lunra or roniumpllon. If It doca-ne- t help you ll coala you nothing. Ohildren Cry K OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock dox r CASTO R "A to-da- v it la the best medicine ever over a druggis 'a counter. 1 ' FOR KIDNiEYjLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE Succeed when everything else fails. In nervoui prostatiou nnd female veatnesse they ore the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified, ns o!d ManwimwanMnasMav thick rts out-of-so- y. t Reconstructive ANatural Tonic and over-gazin- W Auto-intoxicati- - fill pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inf lam. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. A liraling wonder for nann.1 cutnrrb, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. mation. tfittanifliiiftrv -tana,'nn ...J m.i power. 50c. U dm8guti. of U tOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved la water for douche stop SU Frns. """to nU y Hco-woni- oEYQNisr 64 Dotes $1.00 USE LIV-VER-L- AX RAT-SNA- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. ax I y, ' so Children Cry CASTORIA A CASTORIA O' For auto-intoxicati- orself-poisonin- 00 30 -- Jj ,4a7!c4C '"" Feci rfcht all tho time. Don't lay oS from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant keepa yo onyourfeot, while relieving your trou,b le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. beforo Liv- - Vv-La- x win completely displace calomel in ever home.v Children can tako it freely an with perfect Bafety. Every bottle 60c and $1 in bottles Nons genuine without tho likeness and sipu turo of K. Grigttby. For ealo by i, M, WUtLlAMU, . liftrtfortl, MM guar-antee- 4 '' FARM DEPARTMENT. Don't lot carrions" cxpputllturo mnko liny windy n slevo of your purse, your luunuy holdings and Incrcnno ly InvritliiB In W. S. S. ViiIiiiiIiIo Stock VnluiiMu OffuprliiK. In HovornI counties of North Carollvo stock hnB lina more puro-lireboon purchased durltiK tho past year d nt tho lilRhcr prices which havo prevailed than In any other year. Hors wore novor bo high, and yet hundreds pigs at IiIrIi ot hoys lioiiRht n,n nv,,.,Mniiti r hv.....j niiiiii? ...i Willi Jfl llVjn ,ii. WJ UAJivumnwii Through the county offspring. their nunntM iniinv hundreds of lilKS bred by tho hoys have been Hold at gool prices, and this Is stimulating tho ex- pure-bred w , d feed Riven the thorn during that period. Keep jp tho milk flow during the fall months hy proper fccdliiR. It will pay. Cold, uncomfortable cows will not make economical uso of cod. Their hlRhly developed nervous systems are very susrcptllilo to sudden chanRcs In temperature. This should ho homo in mum in ine inn, wneii uiu nrm cold rains and cold winds come. Protection from these will prevent tho reduction In milk flow which they always cause. Uo not waste feed lotting cows stand out In cold wind cat uso of high-price- piles. Ho will not bo chained to lib soil been u so of heavy toil and tho groat distances ho must travol to transact business, for machinery will ho at hand to travel and work for him. This new farmer is coming. In fact, he has been oil tho way for some 'tme Tho shortaRo of labor and the ndvauclng price of crops and stock ,mvo hoIpo, M Ho must mlBR have machinery to overcome tho lack of labor and high prices havo given him the cash with which to buy. The new farmer is coining. Hold That Soil. Ityo sown this autumn on fields to bo cultivated next season, will hold tho soil during tho washing winter nnd spring rains. Ucsldcs holding valuable soil, the rye will also add an enormous amount of rotting vcgC' t(j tho Bo TJjo mmy roUg ryo nnd root(J Bhlon clny so8 n, lowing surplus water to drain out of them but retain tho moisture necessary for crops during dry weather. Hyo and other green manures should bo used extensively this season when land nnd crops nro both very jinr CALL ON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we nntl '''"" ' hogs jiartment of Agriculture. toiiHion of piiro-lnc- d U. S. I)c- - ,....., .,., One Cow .glials Kho Jersey boy was Influenced to cow for $K.r.. Tho buva blcli-crad- o A Now rr.,i,i milk and kept It up for a Ioiir period. Tho father owned ft cows, tho average Hum- - Many Urn To Keep. They cows for tho neighborhood. Tho size of tho flock which can ho Thulr were fresh in tlto spring. efficiently kept will depend first product .11,1 not equal tho product ot " ' "pon tho space available., and, cow owned by the son llvo times tho the laborand five times tho feed, In secondly, upon the umount of table Is or other wasto which U. scrap Ha,.,, mm irood cow available for feed. It Is a mistake to S Department of Agriculture. tiy to overstock the available space. Hotter results will be obtained from "Minor Troubles" of n ("minly Agent a few hens In a small yard than from HastA county agent In one of the a larger number. Tho back-yar- d en! Statos bulleves In diversified ac- poultry flock rarely will consist of tivities. Ho reports as follows for over 20 or 2ft hens, and in many one month's work: "Huint up 90 galcases of not moro than S or 10, or 5 quarts of oil, had lons of gasoline, occasionally of only u or 4. Kor a Trail0 punctures and one blow-ou- t. iio to Jft lions a soace of not away and upset load; pig flock of er broko less than 2ft by :tu ft. should be availfoil out of tho car and was caught able for u yard. Whore less space Is with difficulty, afterwards Jumped available, the size of the flock should fro"i sty and was run over by an auto. reduced, allowing on tho average pigs with all tho profits be Hurled thrco A few 20 to .10 square feet per bird. and lost $28 besides. Tore best hens aro sometimes kept successfully getting over pasture fence; trousers with a smaller yard allowance than broko watch crystal loading corn if tho space Is available a this, planter; but outside of a few minor yard but of tho size Indicated should be troubles had a very satisfactory used. .. 4 limn-i- nf Is a useful Hydrogen peroxide .chemical for removing stains. Mix small amount ot household (with lamonla at tho tlmo of using. l!y this method tho oxygen Is set free and j """ "'" " " wiui a uiciiicino uroppur. Bias rim. or ii sponge. Ilinso tho fabric care- r,lll' atlcr using. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ..... on "i-i-.- ,.,.:, month's work." homos of in tlmo. Tho hog, helped out by cattle and uhcep whon practicable, Is an excellent labor equalizer. Kiiilli'ss.('iniii Pig Club. He harvouts tho corn crop more cfH re- Twenty pigs were distributed cen,ly thnn th(. rnng,nt farm hani, Inspecting i:KK Shipments To Hnrorco ntly to the members ot the boys cmi ,)(J expected l0 ,lu it,,m, (Io(,a Federal Lint. and girls' jilg club of Whitley Coun not havo to be superintended by the Interstate shipments of eggs aro bety, lnd., to form the second link in owner ot tho farm. ing watched clo.-el- y during the hot pig club. Ono of their endless-chailie Is equally eillclent In harvesting summer months by tho Federal food tho conditions under which u pig rye, or clover, or alfalfa, or soy beans, Inspectors of the Drparimcnt of Agriclub member In the county receives a or cow peas culture in order that appropriate acclub pig is that tho member shall When tho farmer makes uso of the tion may bo taken when such shiptwo pigs from tho original gilt. quality of tho hog he ments violate the law. These pigs aro then distributed to has more time for essential tasks, Shipments containing eggs which now club members and thus the mem- more tlmo to look out for hfs own have yolks stuck to tho shell, moldy bership Increases. health and happiness and that o't h eggs, black spots, mixed rots, addled family, makes moro money on tho eggs, nnd any othor eggs which are Cloud Pickle year's operations, Splcril Vinegar (5hi and has better filthy, decomposed, or putrid are in Klimir ground for tho next year's crops. violation of tho law. Spiced vinegar is used in making riie farm that depends on trans Careful candling btfro uhlpmont Pickles, for flavoring gravies, potato ,ont ,aborcrs hnrvofltori! u ko will enable dealers to eliminate the salad, and similar dishes. For pick to grow poorer year by year. ,The had eggs. Tho ellinlur.ti n of tho ling it Is especially valuable, as tho aa lmrvestc,.s , spoiled or partially po'led eggs befnm Uwt ugM flavor from spiced vinegar Is the same certain to grow more fertile with fore shipment not' onlv removes the all through tho pickles, while If pep- every crop. hazard of violating Federal and State per, cloves, and dill aro added directfood laws, hut is economical in that ly to tho pickles tho flavor Is moro The Ccitifliutc Valuable it saves shipping charges on eggs concentrated at tho places .where "Tho cortlllcato ot an accredited lively to ho rejected at placo of rethese spices nro put. The herbs I (lnd of grbat value and assistceipt. A number of States havo laws from which tho spiced vinegar is herd ance lu a sale of animals from my or regulations speclllcally requiring made may bo used as a garnish hy herd, nnd from my experience, I am tho candling of all eggs placed on lIlllilHM mixing thoni In tho pickle. certain that ono who docs not havo sate. An excellent spiced vinegar Is mailo Directions as to how to candlo eggs d hy filling a bottlo or n his herd cleaned up, so far as tufruit Jar to within two inches of tho berculosis Is concorued, Is making a as well as Information regarding tho top with spiced plants of different blunder that will cost him lu dollars best methods of packing, shipping, and cents far In excess of any Im and storing eggs, will bo sent upon kinds, such as ullcos of lior.so-rndlsmay sustain In having request to the Department of Agricul-turonions, umbels of ,1111, ripe seed '"edlnto lass ho and Washington, D. C. his herd cleaned tip." M. I). Munn, ot white mustard and celery, green need ot nasturtiums, flno stems and St. Paul, Minn. NO MOUI-HATS HUlta itL luiitifeu.. I'in, 'inu o".ui- ...tnn " ,frt- iAmo.'tT In gardens when, tho available land I" marjoram. A nod of red popper Try a Pkg., Is limited In extent, currants alldIt8 a buio may also ho added. Tho bottlo or Hats killed With RAT- ,. ., ,m,.Knl pitI..s mnv Well Im nlnnt...!. . "l I"ovo -- , ,...... 11I1UU Willi Wlll-ft"ilUillCll Jill 11 UlUH to 100 degrees F., corked or sealed among tho treo fruits and left thoro won't touch It .Guaranteed. Tho shade of tho trees and left for about hreo weeks. At pormanontly. 2ftc. slzo (1 cako) enough for Panthe end of tho threo weeks, strain tho protects the fruits from the sun, and try, Kitchen or Cellar. vinegar and fill In small bottles, tho foliage Is usually healthier In DOc size (2 cakes) for Chlckon Cork and Beal with melted parallln or such locations than whon grown House, coops, or small buildings. whoro it Is freely oxposed to tho sun sealing wax. $1.00 slzo (ft cakes) enough for all storago farm and Xfv Fanner Is Coming. Kail IVedliig of Dairy Cows. Tho now fanuor Is coining. Tho buildings, or factory buildings. liber- Tho wiso dairyman will feed Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso-blo- r, ally during tho fall months. Cows old fnnnor who learned everything Acton Uros., Taylor's Drug tlmo by hard knocks and blttor oxporlenco, which nro not well fed at this go. Tho old farmer, who did un Store, Williams & Duke and Walker will go Into tho winter thin In flesh will Myrtle. nnd with reduced milk flow. It will enormous amount of hoavy work for many hours each day, hus ulmost ho expensive and largoly la valu to attompt to bring them back to nor- - passed. In his placo tho now farmer, will savo his muscles witlj FOR FLETCHER'S nial flow after thoy go on winter .chinory and who will get an educa- r J mt It will pay to bogln feeding eilaga tlon other than one of hard kuocks, When baby is suffering tho douand hay early, Tho oxtra food given will come. this now at this time will not bring good, im- - It may bo that put away farmor will ble affliction of hot weather and bow HARTFORD MOTOR CO any moro el disordors, the remedy needed la mediate returns, but affect tho milk ,not bo ablo to BENNETT & COMPANY flow for the whole year by putting money than the old farmor, but he McGeo's Uaby Elixir. It reduces the condition, the COATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) corrects cow in good condition to go thru will most certainly have a bettor feverish tho the winter months. Cows which go chance to get pleasure and happiness stomach and checks looseness of tho into the winter in good vitality, ami ,out of hla life. Machinery will keep bowels. Price 25c and SOc per bot- McHENRY MANUFACTURING with undiminished milk flow, aro the his face from being turned contlnual-ouc- s tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- MRS.N.C. ILER (W.G.IIer) toward the ground and hla auto pany, in which will uiako most economl-.l- y for- n le-tu- rn wldo-inoutlieh o, 1 Prosperity I" Heavy lloir Still Sraieo Practically every former can plant While thoro is a surplus of light and cultivate a largur acreage than horses on tho farms of tho United he can harvest. :"t it". there is still a notable deficienWhen tho harvest season comos he cy In hoavy, doilrnblo draft horses, is overworked. say horsemen of the bnlted States Also, ho lias to dopond on transient I Department of Agriculture labor which, many times, la bother- j ear they say, there was a tre- some and unreliable mendous decrease in mnros bred, but And, after all, a considerable porduring tho spring of ltilU a ory tho crop may have to go to large percentage of good maroH wore tion of wasto because It can not bo gathered Is expected largely to bred, which meet tho future demand tho bettor type. (Jlw The Child a Pet. Tho boy's love for his dog and the girl's devotion to her cat show the child's desire for a pot of some kind Kvery child loves a pet and Is anxious to havo one of Its own. The reason the boy gets n dog and tho girl has her cat for a pet is that neither the cat or the dog has any value and sd "the kid can have 'em If they want em." Tho farmer who Is farslghted, will provido his child with an animal to pot which will bo worth rearing nnd will at the same time educate the youngster. Tho pig, poultry, sheep and calf clubs aro success because they allow the child to follow its own inclination in owning a ret This passion for a pot is plainly shown In ho loving and constant care given the animal by Its youthful owner. Many of these animals owned by club nioiii-behavo beon handled so coi.stai.t-lthat thoy will answer to their names. The farmer who allows his boys and girls to havo stock of .eir own. Is a Minting his children i ; (tie feeding and care of live stock. It ho allows these children to keep and breed their animals he will bo allowing tuoni to understand sex proble-i.from a rational angle. At the sam time a love for the brooding or fine stock will do much toward keeping the children happy and contented on tho farm. Give the child a pet. rs y s BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company IXCOKPOHATED j HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 'io'0,CorI"iVoW', 'a""it' '"sco' '? We Vouch for Thiem exclusive methods. They can go to greater lengths in testing, improving and perfecting the things that make good tires. We find it good business to sell United States Tires. And you will find it good business to buy them. They are here a tire for every need. facilities, ,..., ,. ',' '"", - in the world. And they know how to build good tires. They have choice of materials, they have immense the biggest rubber company Tires? Because they are made by why do you suppose we prefer to sell United States Oall the tires that are made, they employ many; ra-.w- ho ma-tjon- a- Children Ory CA S T O R United States Tires are Good Tires HARTFORD, KENTUi BEAVER DAM, KENTU BEAVER DAM, KENTt & MACHINE COMPANY McHENRY, .ROCKPORT, KENTl I t tfS. f. ,i PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. Terry A. ('rain, nftcr nn extended visit with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. M. Ii. Hariiurd, returnml to her home In Detroit, Michigan, Inst week. Misses Kennedy mi it Mary Warren Collins and Master Kenneth Hlrkhoad spent tlio first of the week as guests of Mr. Sam Davison and family, of THE UNIVERSAL CAR Here is the Ford Runabout, a perfect whirlwind of utility. Fits into the daily life of everybody, anywhere, everywhere, and all the time. For town and country, it is all that its name implies a Runabout. Low in cost of operation; low in cost of maintenance, with all the sturdy strength, dependability and reliability for which Ford cars arc noted. We'd be pleased to have your order for one or more. Wc have about everything in motor car acces sories, and always have a full line of genuine Ford parts give genuine Ford service. near Harrett'a Ferr. Give Me a Friendly, Misses Katie Hrlnkmnn and Hollo Cascbler, of Central City, and Until j Caso'blcr, of Nelson, will arrlvo to- -' day to ho the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Purdy Cnsobler nnd other friends during the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Vt C. Elgin returned Wednesday fiom Montgomery, Ala., whore they hail been prospecting for a home. They like the country very much and will In all probability locate in that state in the near future Natural Maud-shakpie e an' a friendly natural tobacco. Keep yo' put-o-n tobaccos for the fellow airs an' "sauced-up- " that likes nut sundaes better than home made So says a friend of ours named Velvet Joe, .And he just about hits the nail on the head. I v.. p. iiai:m:s Itemcr .v into. Ky. D.int, returned Wednesn day from a few days sojourn at Mr. E. O. Harrass Dau-Mi- & ' Springs. Mrs. Harrass, Mrs. K 12. Hirkhead, Misses Margaret and Mary Marks, nil' of whom had been at Dawson, for a week or ten days also roturned. VOi: SALE 100 acres of coal 2 miles west of Prentiss, on Hoekport and Cromwell road. Will trade for fully equipped Ford Car. Must havo starting system. lilt. II. 11. INNE3. Pleasureville, Ky. Stop I Velvet is made for men who think there's no smoke like real tobacco. If you are that sort of man, listen: Velvet was born in old Kentucky, whera more than one good thing comes from. It was raised as carefoliy as any otnei Kentucky thoroughbred. But the real secret of Velvet's friendly qualities is its slow- natural ageing in Ageing in the wood wooden hogsheads. never hurt anything and least of all, tobacco. - rights, Dr. and Mrs. A. U. Pate and family of HuellvIUe, have been the guesU of Dr. Pates parents. Mr. and lira. J. W. Pato. of Heaver Dam. for sevoi-a- l i days. They will bo the week-en- d guests of Dr. Pato's brother, A. K. Pato and Mrs. Pate of tills place. 25 Kami For Hale 120 acres. acres i:i 1k..1g..i r.v.:l remainder upland, well watered, good Improve ments In ight of church nnd school milc from Hartford house, and Price 2,100. Terms easy. ."i And so we say, Velvet is good tobacco nothing more or less. It runs second to none. ttrvRvr3w.'wjrzMst msSEmyMmmm: 'TWrawJy --r- A mI ':' The picture of the pipe on the tin needn't cigarette keep you from rolling a with Velvet jim-dandy ciias. whohrey, 7t3p It. 1, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. K. S. Howard, who went to Loulivtlle, last Friday to bo under the care of a specialist for, ailments akl to chronic appendicitis or disordnrs of the fetonif.ch. is reported to be doing fine. Mrs. Howard will likely bj under treatment for thrt,e or four. weeks. ACTON DUOS., announce to tlis public that they have finally gotten their big stock arranged so that thoir customers' every desire mny b promptly and satisfactorily obtained. Don't forget the place, tho big now store opposite the old Hartford House. tL. mm. i White Gridiron frcad Gray Side Walls TI3SST materials, cartful manufacturing, " and strict inspection nuike Kokomo t.rc-- j what tacy arc Long Life tiics. The automobile lirc3 made were ..J'.m lilt:., udckcu vy .i.uuvj imic swt' an!ec- - They stand up. ijrip the road. Buy a "1'"'t (Suvtf&'tf SSSSJfeWj 'ISEjjMgTO'Jj? WcT.rffrOS i&tfcsiy HiffiSw i5yKS vTytVlSKr 4SW 0"jPjJ'1y wtfiir vVfeSJ l 'SSiM t -i l rtCGGSi Gtemt&m&p fik J LONG-LIF- E 15c Not 16 cents or 1 7 cents-- But 15 cents "It's a HOY and a sciidder-huck.- " were tho words Koll Uiley faiily Ecroamed as he jerked our office door open about 630 Tuesday A. M Koll was displaying the same brand a". e joy over tho little Fellow's advent, as wo were won't to soe before July 1st. old-tim- Mm isTF UT & sr&J&j& Ek i B5T& Erf Ki tZnSi ACTON BROTHERS TIRES iZr W XVJ W5W VJ r fmmm MM m JS M 88 'VJ' AND TL - Dealers HARTFORD, KY. Mr. Lcanioa Liles, of Connersvillo, Ind., returned to his home Tuesday, alter u short visit with his mother, Mrs. Mary V. Mies, of near Heda. Mr. Liles was accompanied homo by his wife and children lio had been visiting relatives In tho Iletla community for some, weeks. mh 4? S 4 tl i ? Burglar Is carried & J VtJW)! i l'or Sale Ono Hough River farm miles north of Mantanzas, containing 119 acres, I1C acres- hill and remainder bottom, timbor sufficient for upkeep, new barn, good dwellliiG and othnr Terms to suit purchaser. 2 - ti 3 Insurance f by BANK OF IP fc & y i i & IhHii'?11 ' Acttul Six 11. 0. 1, COFF.MAN. --the friendly tobacco ?4-3- Et4 It. Centertown, Kv DIUINAtiK TAX NOTIC'K. Drain-aye At u laeetlng of the Hoard of Commissioners of Ohio County. Ky , hold at tho Cou't House In Hartford, Ky., on Thursday, August 14th, 1919, with all members present, It was ordered that an assessment or tax of TEN (10) PUR CENTUM, Ims-eupon the original ahsebMiiout fo construction of said ditch, be made mid levitd against tho land and land owncis located within the It. B. MARTIN, BT AL., DRA1NA0B DISSaid TRICT, In Ohio County, Ky. assessment or tax horoby levied for tho purpose of cleaning out, repairing and maintaining said ditch and for tho payment of any r'her legitimate-cxpcnbcIncurred. The tax list and assessment roll have beca placed In tho hands of tho County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to ivhom' payment may bo made ou or d before Monday, September, 29, 1919 without additional costs. If said ure not paid within the time, nliovo specified, same will bo of the Sheriff to bo i put In tho hands collected In the sumo manner as Stato and County taxes. HOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY. Witness our hands, this August 29, 1919. Hy J. H. Thomas, Pres. Attest: McDowell A. Foglo, Secy. I i saw: 120 acres of land 2 miles from Hartford near tho graded road. Hai five room houso, 8 acres in orchard A good stock and Is well watered. farm. Will bo sold at a bargain. Soo, CAL. P. KEOWN. Will pay WANTKD. $ 15.20 per pouud for Ensign Otis Howard, who enlisted In the V. S. Navy In tho early days of tho lato war, has been visiting his ! mother and family hero for aevoral (days. Ensign Howard In dally Ho wll' his discharge. wild Ginseng, Golden Seal (Yellow his studies ut tho Kentucky Must bo free of dirt Root) and dry, parcel post shipments ac- 'state TJnlvorslty with the reopening cepted. Check sent on same day of that institution l.:.;?..ieat arrives. Pit U'TIC M, NURSES Wanted. C. H. WHITE, Young women for practical nurslrr Ualzetowu, Ky. GtS A 250 bed Institution with training ; school attached offers 1 year's trainfarm ron SAM-:ing to limited number of young Salary, room, board and I women. S9 acres on t'omb'3 Ferry road, 1 b lnunury luriusneii. Apiy by letter, mile from It. It. Station. First cla3 WAVERLY HILL SANATORIUM, dwelling, tobacco and stock barns fee 9tlp Vplloy Station, Ky splendid orchard. J. D. MILLER, For Sale My herdboar, "Rockport It. 5, Hartford, Ky Slip Defonder." No. 120597. A grandson m old of "Defender." Also 3, purebred sows, bred to him and dut QllCK WORKER. to farrow November 1st. Also 20 "It took thousands of years to owes from 6 months to 2 Vi years old. "" 2 brood mares and a 2 year old iml:d tne pyramids." "YP-at- ," said tie movie carpenter. gelding. CHARLES HARREL, "And I gotta duplicate the lob for Rockport, Ky. St4 next week's film." rc-8u. ti i o ,o 0 o J 0 HARTFORD. ti ti ti ti J If you o business with us your interOhio ests are protected. County's oldest financial 0 0 h i 0 o 0 0 o ti ti tR ti ti ti j? ti ti ti ti ti ti 0 6 0 0 0 BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. i 0 0 8 " -- WWWWWW? W99 V-