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The Hartford republican: September 5, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919090501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 5, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. AMERICAN DELEGATES t thl Jtorifoth JUmtblixm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1919. JSTo. 10 k fc place, who organized tho Mncabc-- j which It carried passengers, for vUnlty hns shown what they can do, RAILROADS SHOW Ladles at Mcllenry was also nn honor RUMANIA TOLD TO HO 00 per Irlt). now lot us soo what tho others can The machine is n two ueatcd, Curtis f nest on this occasion. A largo crowd do. equipped with a 90 II. P. SURPLUS IN JULY! was present and woll entertained by SPENT $47,100,510 HALT IN HUNGARY Tho County as a whole owes a molar, sent hero hy the Memphis two E.ioc" band, base ball etc. Qul'o vote of thnns to this small group ot n tidy mi in was realized by tho good Aorlnl Company, of Memphis, Tonr. , men In and around Beaver Dam for In chnrgo of Messrs. Joo. Mascari . . iuuibb in .iiuiiunrj, nn oi which win J muir u lisui ll.i i v.orK. our bnop- - K0 forvl)0 Ultimatum By Supreme two local newspapers ni u also : KindPresidents Report bhows nml w. J. o'Sullivnn, who brought of ,.., for their .Hon. men Is Not Included Council In Strong Paris' Peace Conference I tho machine horo on It's own power ness In printing the progrann and In exactly 4 hours, flying time. assistance In spreading tho news. In Totals One Terms , Costly WORLD WAR VETERANS The two young men In chnrgo ci Thcro aro pla ? on Itot to !n a TO ORGANIZE LEGION tho flyer appear to lie cxpeits ami free picture show In every school know all of the "Iiih ami ouU' of tho house In the County, sometime In A big meeting of World War Vctrr-tliu- o Washington, Sept. 2 For tho flr.sL Tho Supreme Council y Washington, Sept. 2 More light Hying game. decid tho near future, (horo aro bjs'es In many months Governniont nus has been planned and called for ed to send an ultimatum to tho Uti- was thrown on the character of illfllltna tr rvnml InntiiH. - uuu ",U!"C' .! . t '""operation of railroads In July showed September 20,'nt'Mho Ohio County manian Government regarding her l'll'!l I.V 'III 10 fXIIPIISOK llf IllA AllWll-loiiilnlni.ilnn I)0ttcr buying am, su:tiiijr fanllitleJ; hepit.licav okkici. n surplus Instead of a deficit. Direr- - Fair Grounds, Hartford. All men couise In Hungiry t the Paris peace conference In Pros-Weand In fact tho possibilities for huntor General Hlnes aiuibunced who we-- o In tho sjrv ce of tho United The ultimatum, couched In drastic WllsonM repoit to Congress todreds of things That have novor On last Saturday mornlng.at 11 that preliminary and with n time limit, will bo figures States .during tho world-wday on the expenditures under his of the aie . . been posMhio In Ohio County, '...Ir0 000,000 "national security nut! ',clKk. t' c Republican office was t ia months business Indicated net op Mitsted to be prpsc.it. In unlfnuns, on delivered by an envoy of tho Council, but one man can not do It n" it wilt j Should .that (lute Rumania refuse to comply ('erenso" fund for the Hscal year end-- , RCOnc nml rendezvous of the JIngll'ig crating Income of $77,000, OtiO. moan that each group, ea i oomtiunl-t- y, of happy wedding bells, when !w. ' After allowing Good ipeakcrs from the Hod Crosc with tho terms within a glvchi tlmo M .' June .'10, 1910. of an- -' lares hold .uid backy up tna.t min. l'ajlon and Mum Kiinlco Wilsoi:, nual rental duo lallroad rompanler, and Saivition Army who served "Ov- - diplomatic rolatlons will cease and Ilernaid M. HaiuchV trip to Pari" Personally, I have as far' as pos!- ... l..l .. IIMIll ni lllntfltl. lippninn mil wlliiwl In tlln tint finlll (a nlinttf nnA AAA nn... or Imrn ' lmvn linnii ... . .....,. tnf . n"M..i.-- thn Alllml nilVnv will Itrlntr nwm, ...111. -- i.. ........... .... . .. I ini ... j U; mm I.J , COSl Hie " i J "v.. nnMtra.I 'i uun thtn ,... ILIUM. II V, HIT HINIHUCU, .. Pfiniitu In. I, ,. linroil . ivltli n. .Inflnlt . r eoo no I inn plilof nlilnnla ,f h.. mllm.!.,. ala mi.. llilln fpnm -.- .w.....vo (l.o Alllo.l ,llr.l ..,, , ...... -- ... lliinlmrnut i.. Ui ...u uiu- chautaufiiifi m vnnriground, as I .....v ...!..,.u,rau iot.lncntlini- - timnlli.D f nil -- .. cni jiyu.uuu, . nccoriling .. to rflllllllliliil lill ' wllli no was affair, Atnplf f'flill nfllrlntltirr ,- -. AAA l!m Vnntlfil Min tirnnnnflttitr mr..!. u..,. t(!f; ,u,- - o i.i....., l...- i, ntunMiiH .... miuium, inntlo rnnrpanrlnttvua llmrn i.nhin..1 ........... ,w., " .ov...... ...vw..b wi mi- i " (Unci " "" j j. nhout it and bow ou could en who saw service of any descrlp- The text of the ultimatum VIU not alloliiK'nts for peace conference work K,ll,t 'lcr T,1C '0,,B Peoplo worn 000 In February, tho largest deficit Jp '11 Aarte" " yv did. and ncronilianlci' bv the IhIiIk'k lirotlinr. of the vear. Tho nr 1n in ilm v.,.- - tlon.. nml the nrcttilxntlnn .. nf .1 Pnim.'bo ... clven nut until It Is ilnllvnpoi! . tn t.iii.,,. I I., .i. "uimii lilllKIIIK . ---. ... i.... iru'll - .. ...... . irnt ", villi b"'- - It nml I linllnvn t re glad ot """"''i ' " . Air II. P. Wllann nml AIpj "'"- iTJnmniiln V'llc.r. on.l nrtininnl r,r c n.. .,... .!. i oooa ft nhntlir nt ll, II Is tin,lnnlnn,l 1, ....!.., fiii ...... ... I...... , . . .. esu otnLr mings are just ........... .ri2fi.S07. Kvcrvlmriv Invllnil In 1m nrlhmit that lL will ilp.il mnlnlv Mir nnh. ttlo (laiichtor. t .. .. i... IIUBIUUIUH ..ior tier v..,.i.i iiiiiii inu ' I " " iiii.u nnnlllln mill T Jul liopn to tell you I , .. . ......... ..,.., 1,.,. . ... I1"8""1' . I. tin1.1lii n III Vlld Inliiu will. I,.a nf fnnnraHnn -. ....v..,.. -r,..!v...,, i.tui. " niiiiii.il mull Mil IIUHUlliUlI K IIC.ICI! 1111 " II... 'l""itlrl..wago-, nml lirlnir woll flln,j l.nolf .It on ll..i'lnntHungary by -thonml - ini,i,nn,. . togot them, I can't get them all a Sood, old fashlone-many frlcinl of Mr nn I ."Mrs. Paton er. no nccount was laVcn of (llnntr Rumanian army. by oon the .of to M,r,c myself, but I will do my sharo. in wishing Hint in the great voyage on Increase offered shopmen and which grounds 'nay be served With regard to reparation the Al Che Di'lnil Allotmcnls Do you want them, and will you back Don't forget tiu lime and place, lies, it Is Indicated, will insist that (which they have Jointly lnunchol has not yet been accepted bv fern The latter allolmonts wore: me up? ,nay bo Io"B anA fruitful It has been estimated that 1 rent ui como and bring yen. with Rumania recognize that all goods, November 22, to tho state M. L. aicCRACKEN, rolling stock, etc., requisitioned by inniit for preparation for the peace nm, llml " 8tons or lows ma hour ad anco would amount to tibout M"- County Agout. army in Hungary must sailing the sea ?4C, 000,000 a year, and since P Is the Rumanian "countered while i1iC conference ?100,000. j . be handed over to the Allies to bo retroactive the surplus for July may! Nn mliei .10. to the State Denart- - of ,lfo '"Bether. --LOUISVILLK iarki:ts. distributed among the States having become a deficit of approximately ihc meiit for political Intellirencu sorv-- ! clalniH nirnlnst. Hiintrnrv In n nrntinr. , uniiir. nninii'ii -. ,.- -. . " , ... , Ice ..t the peaco conference $50,000 . . ., ' ". t .. t I. -- I.- ..r mi... -, NEW STATE GUARD. r.vurjiiiiiig except .noico inim- - t iinipiuyn tlon t0 ))P nsggll0ll ,JV the Pcncp Con. """- " " Mr. Hiaej po'iited-.- nt tbat tha fa'.- lr comber 2, to the War DepartPrlmo in jviniiKivj ference. Rumania must undjrtakc butcher dull and rti.yrsy ment for tho expenses of Gonernl All Ofllci'is .Must Have. Sp'cclal Ing off k freight business continue! hea.-ship- to pay the Allies for such rcquisltlon- - heavy steers, to bo a big factor In fie Railroad Chun hill and party at the peace conTho writer begs of those who will lpll ln!,,Rrlni fnnsutta ntn I'l'iliuiiK oi, ... I1'1"' ? 2.5013.50; medium steers. althougn.bus-Ines- s ference. J20.000. ,$11 12; light, $105)10.50; fat helf- has grown steadily s'nro Fobru-ar- y read this little statementy to forget unai,i0 to return G .neral Churchill Is chlof of U:e Ky , Cent. 1. Frn.'kforl, for tho moment the every-daaspect bnder fie envoy hBB'not yet ,,eon soicct.'e'?' 5s11 50: at cnus, $Sf?l0 M); Tho compared with July, 1'JIS tho Military Intelligence Uuronu. of-thnatlmi:il ilifi.iikri iin! nll.itnint ii business ot electing public '(1( but lt Is believed he will bo al,nediul11 S6.50S; canners and in operating Income was Hbcut D.cmeber IS. to the State Depart- - Kentucky by the War Department of er-'nnd to Incline the thought ul-,,5.50S; feed ' ?5C.bO: bulls, Th ,i,.. nf r.i .f for tho American commission to 'a rnglment and battalion of lnf intry. M iter cent. Ton miles per milo of for Just asbort while to the deeper ers, $9 11; stockers, $7 10; milch, Jonnarti formerly Governor General cows, road per day In July of this year wero negotiate peaco $500.000.. things concerned in this irot Import- - "of Algeria. Is mentioned in connec-ansquadron of cavalry, batta'lon of fl id 1.87S $50 110. t nnd in July of last year 5.4S7. In his request to Congress last artliicry, machine gun troop, Calves Best veals, ?1G.5017; function of government. field ;ton wth the n,,ssion. Freight traffic was about 25 pei a.o k for a deficiency appropriation of ,,0Rital and 11.50; common, $5 ambulance companv. pro-?S- 2 After all. government is but an! n,B T?,nnin ,iin. medium, $8 50 ..000 to cover expenses Incurred ,,,,, fo. f,ny.nlnc otfcir8 am, 3 . cent larger than tho average July of expression of the better human tend-C0 S' ' IonMtIc representatives In the varloin . the threo-yea- r test period, on which in he penri negotiations, the rfil cniBtt!(1 lncn fourtirfili- mvahy ii'tnrns to tho run are competed, but cucv to do good. It is but the real!- - A,Uert caitais wm bo summoned byJ ""BS Market generally declining, dr.it litur Hhowiil that the expcndl- - ()fflcers and 280 enlNted men, grentest good for the tll0 loreign ministers who will e'- - 25 to G0 cents lower Dest 1G5 lb3 , zatlon ot turc, for this purpose had amounted macbiIle gun troop offlcois and four cxponses likewise were greatei, the greatest "the up ?19'25; 120 t0 1G5 Poundi. sev- number." Covornmont. plnlll to thcm the rj-- " drastic charnd Increase amounting to ? 175,000,000, s;-- . o aliu'it 2.tfil0.000. It was not made 1)iss 12 pouml3 down- .lined up, is simply n great mental acter ot tIle llUiiuntUin and tho entir onlltol men. four meiHcul or about 95 per cent., much of It In lis report tcday win tlnr tho C0M designed to generate and ir(llp ..rnriiv nf thn itiitin,, vin throwouts, $11.59 down. t,tty.fvi. unlisted men it, "vages. Pashenger traffic allowed a (Hssemiiif.te Improvement. Jtoms now mentioned were Included n.,,,, iwni,, n,, muin,.,n Sheep and Iambs Market stationav uuiuiiiiiiivw owai nwuiiiiii "mi arise if Rumania refuses to substantial Increase. iii tiie previous total or aro additional company offlcois and Jxly-si- x ary. Best lambs, $14; seconds, $S; Tho reader need not think thee enilat to that figure. i ed men, n total of 104 officers and m.;i iir m,!.'. ciii'Pi.ir culls, $5,50; best fat sheep, $7.50; argiimn's are visionarj nnd chimeri- Want Dctnilx of i:p ikIIIiiii-- .. 2,511 enlisted men. with expectations bucks, $:r.50 down. W. K. NKWISOIf SUOCUjIIW. Mi , vn vi.' i? ni.ti "1 fantasies If he will dwell upon r this thought: Produce Eggs candled, 4041e jier cent, iiuroase until thorn The House Appropriation Commit The worhHs made up of two pow tee will go Into this phrase of the nro 80 in the guard for each Mr. William E. Newbolt died at his per doz. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chanhian. (f iIkj or'ler Reaver Dam, in many respects, aro crful "sJ'ef3- - tno greater, God; tho homo in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, Aug llutter Country 3739c per lb. whon they cnll witnesses to gressi.ian and Senator. ,ehSer' evl1- - otherwise known ns Wick-'3Poultry Hens 25c lb; spring Klve details of tho expenditures. Ti.o 'specifies 200. of an acute attack of kidney the most remarkable couple to be On nccount of the1 number loquired committee does not plan, howovor, to and Vie, supposed o have .been a?grivat-country- . (hickens 30Ti31c per pound; roomin this wholo section of the 01,nes-s- i Deceit, Darkness, 'ei! bv typhoid, of which he' was cou- - ers, lie; ducks, $1S20; turkeys call tho President to testify, Chair- - for oacli unit, three oftlcers and 100 Uncle Ellis Is S3 and Mr?. (SlanJnr- Aml fr0IU tl,ls tlmught wo drift alesccnt. man Good stated. He is expected to men for each of the sixteen Infantry Chapiiuin is SI years, wo ought to Interment of his remains 2b2Sc. Grain Wheat No. 2, mills iiaylng send a representative to confer with companies, order No :t, I Hied by say voiing Instead of old. Iloth are Ijack lnt0 tllis matter of government, took place in Tulsa, on tho date fol- Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy Ellis suggests ns $2.13; No. 2. $2.09, pilues being ad- the committee. ry aa tho great maloritv of ner- - Can you conceive In your mind's eye lowing hs" demise. a government a government design- Tho President's report reached thh tbo difficulty ot organizini: in u city 5.,,,,,, 0 45 Mr. Newbolt was born and rear'.ri! Justed on seaboard basis, ykT 50 JXMrf ,,j aeo Capitol n few hours after tho House of less than 5,000. lt may be necea- - chapman Is able to prepare a good e(l a,one for Puullc Eood can you In Daviess County, near Owensboio, Corn No. 2 white, $2 per bu.; had received a favorable report from sry to split tho companies into two mca jn um0 or ,10 jme( aml can conceive such a government aligned from which place he came to this No. 3 white $1.99; yellow &nd mixtho appropriations commltteo on a Platoons among tho stations. ("run rlnes nround" a lot of'women in with that power of darkness? Reallz- - .County soon after his marriago to ed, 2 to 5c lower; shelled corn, 10 An Infantry regiment biV.iM !!o houte work who aro not In her class ,nS flrst the basic purpose of govern Miss Carrie Smith, a daughter of P. to lGc lower than same grades lesolutlon by Representative' Gould. corn. o of Now York, asking the chief rifli companies, inrliuhis a when ape is coninarod Her mnldon !lnent- - to spread good, can you ptc- - D. L. Smith, 'and n sister of Mrs. J, d Provisions generally were dull and tlvo for nn itemized statement show- - .headquarters companv of uno Captain m,me w.--3 Mntv Smith she was l.or.i lr0 ll with that power It. Plrtle, of this place. Tho decoased lug tho expenditures under both the and thirty men, a band section of ja Carroll Countv. havir.c removed" ''ev" or wickedness, of deceit, ot was about 50 years old, and had been neavy, In sympathy with generally de. clining markets, lard catching th men.. a machine ei.i. ... .1.1, von. for the fr.wHnn n ........v. w. tlm Tinntlsi pimrnli Sinn, twenty-de- .. President's noisonal fnniln nf T 1.1. , r , -, . ...1 nf ..w ..,...UvV..H-.-'- . iu 11)13 tuiiill null llt--l liiiruillH, Q slander? Can v 000,000 for the flscnl year of 191 S, company of four officers and l'ltty- - years ago, or In 1S4 1. Mr. Chapman ot a secon(l imagine uc arene ot a number of years. Besides his heaviest drop. an that s Koverument -a- -- widow, he Is survived by one daughter nud tbo $50,000,000 fund for 1919. ,thrco men, a supply companv of two wa8 born and reared In Ohio coun- men, mil ty and has always resided near hlJ toclnt,nB Itself with other than the and four sons. Only n pnitlal report has been sub- - officers and twcnty-nln- .j HOUSE BREAKING CHARGE REDUCED TO PETTY LARCENY nutted on the $100,000,000 fund, n medical department of fle 6ltlccrsj)rcsent homo. Ho has never been '"'chest principles of right nnd good1 land twenty-on- o KARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA men. This was received la3t Decembor. visited bv 1 doctor nrntPRolnnniiv !lurpoat? ,s not 5'our mental picture ot a Tho cavalry squadron consist:, if nnd hns not taken a doso of medicine A SPIiKXDII) AFKAIIt In laying tho report boforo tho The charge of house breaking lodged against tho five boys arrostStl-soni- o resolution had been brought to tbo at- -, four troops ot three officers and S3V- - jn any form since boforo tho clv'l Eovenimont linked with that pvor t It Is more than probable that the tlmo agci was amended In Counllouso L'linirmnn Good said the Gould enty mon encn nnu a Jiajor ai..t .H';t war nml durlnir tho whole of his nmr luoou' nnu lts companions, ('leanll attendence would have been double ty Court last Saturday to potty larteutlon of tho Whlto Houso and the Lieutenant; tho battalion of fold jf0 cq ypars, ho has not missed ness, Uplift, UiKlerstUiiillri":? Men of the noblo State of rei.fi'- - what it was had the people sufficient ceny, when the boys all entered a iroasury (lopaument riuueu'.ateiy uiiory cousisis 01 inree naileries 01. si,iCin ,i1Pai iin lmn n mmt wnn. oillh'U ( five offlcors nnd 12G men each, a Ma. ,j0rful memory and Is a great you of tho tlmo to mako arrangements to leave plea of guilty and fines of $30.00 'ty you oi tno totlm,-Vtreader. ma,,e fertile by yourN sweat, you their farms or homes, this is to be each were assessed, with the work Ho was promised full roports from'Jor and Captain Adjutant. jlay chapman, short stop with tho,aml time to time. lie slated, but not until j All Information desired will bo Cleveland American Leagno, base ball f tno n,"s nml vn,,e8 al1 "f .vul rcgrcted but duo to factors not under clause attached. stated in these As heretofore aftei the comn Itteo hn.l reported out Jfurnislied bv the Adjt Goneral's of- - team, who Is rated as one of thownoso vory wl" Itlio Roc'c ;.rn our control, arrangements for the tho resolution this morning did tho flee to thoso desiring to organize a world's best Short Stops, is a grand Vv,,lcH our Bovernment Is bul't, this holding ot tlio Chautauqua could not columns, practically all of the evibe perfected until tho Inst month, and dence was clrcumbtanclal end of such Is a call to you. Ilarken report on the (50, 000,000 como for unit. son of these admirable old people, Quo of his quiet homo, nestled In tho tlmo allowed us was entirely in- - a nature as to mako conviction very ward Enlistments nro for one year or --D Threo-yea- r Tho youngstors have boee Mr. Good said ho understood the ro- -' throe. -- onllstmonts must MRS. IIIiAIK ENTERTAINS - of old Ivontiirkv. there lnis . adeauato to make as through a nro- - doubtful. , tho hills v. we would havo desired. given a tolerably good losson in the come a Man. His right .arm Is port ou tho $100,000,000 fund would ho iu the rntlo of two for each one-h- e SU'1).Y SCHOOL CLASS year onllstmont, and .11011 v'ro bavo However, this Is not tno point, ways of wrong doing and it Is to bo ed as though for a r'ghteou3-battlKubmllted at nn early duto The roport on the f 50,000.000 fund been In tho service have the rly,.it to Mrs. Abblo Iilair eutortatned her and gripped tightly In his hand Is a iwhat wo wish to emphaslzo Is tho hoped that when through with their iSunday School clnss, at her hoimi'llnmlng sword. It Is the sword of fact that nothing at all could havo job of thirty days duration, tuoy will shows that $47,100,570.71 has been enlist for oho year. Offlcem iiiitsc crtne 'rori tho gusrd, 'near Buford. Saturday eveninir. Auk.. RlRbt. Ho Is Kentucky's David, nud I boon done, there would have been secure honest work at a milch larger expended, leaving a balance of' $2, from tho resorve, or the retired or m 30. ho hns como down to unswer the no Chautauqua at all but for the eo cmuneration. 899,529.29. tlvo list of tho nr.nn. navy or marina j ico cream amTcako wore served challenge ot tho Goliath who has operation of a group of mon, 21 In corps, or be graduates of military and to the following guests. sought to defame our State with all number who met 0110 afternoon In MAKRIAGF. I ICUNSE THE AEROPLANE. SINCE LAST REPORT tho power of Evil at his command' Beaver Dam, and In an hour's tlmo naval academies or schools, where Oclo Nowcomb, Edna ISartlolt Hartford, through thn management Military training is required French, Laura Rhoads Laura "Choose you a man." The forces of organized, appointed committees, aid Barnle Wilson, Horse Branch, to Hoin.ir.Goo'l In Kentucky have chosen, and mapped out the entire work for the of the Ohio County Fair Company, Fronch and Geneva Hudson. Stella Qulsenborry, Olaton. had Its first nlrplano exhibition dur- RECENT COUNTY Paris, Jinks Hlalr, A list In Magan, the Irivo sent foith their clnllenijor, three days. all throurh Bennlo Bell, Whltesvlllo, to Loli You hoard COURT HAPPENINGS ing Friday and Saturday ot last week. ohulo Leo Parks and Hugh Watson ready to dead, with one mighty but the Tho flying machine vuis scheduled to a jnyiui nine was spent ny an stroke, tho death blow. This man is tho series ot meetings, not realize Mason, Steff. Rosiuo, to Ella Allen. Kelly Pierce, clean. He hns no besmliched record chances nro that you did Mrs Eva Embry. of Balzetown, at liavo been here Thursday for oxhlbl- owing to trouble lt did not an inquest held Monday, was adjiu'g-errlv- MACCAltEE LADIES' .of underhanded deeds, ot Injustice, that thoso very men talking to you Foidsvllle. tlon, but V. S. Moore, Beaver Dam, to Mlllla PICNIC A SUCCESS of robbery, lyTng. deceit, slindcr. would not have been thore to talk, that day. Quito icd a porffon.of unsound mind and until durk Crowe, Renfrow. nbuse. None there Is to bear witness but for that one thing was arousal 'committed to the Western Kentucky a bit ot excitement Georgo Crowe, Baizctown, to Duma The Woman's Benefit Association against him, to point at him with nc- - It Is tiuo that we aro very much diamongst we intlves when tho hugo Hospital tor the insane. White Balzetown. the utmosphore a fewl Tho Will ot Mrs. Fannto M. Taylor. of tho Maccabees, of Mcllenry, gave cuslng finger. He Is Edwin P. Mor vided, but thank the Powers that 11 Iilrd toie thru Iva Patton, Olaton, to Eunice WIN we have enough Community spirit liundred feet us, as it circled the town deceased, was probated Monday. By a picnic In the grove at Williams' row, Upright as the Right Itself, ho scattered around over this Country in sop, Olaton. suriounJlug itrritory searching tho terms of tbo will W. S. TInsley Mine Monday in honor of the roturn-- i and Stanloy Lllos, Renfrow, to Marl ' led men wuo uavo ueu in service 01 t.tands ready for battle. He seeks to spots to be able to put a thin? like for land suitable lor agiiung. it was niauo executor witnout uonu. men in unl- - reieal Kentucky in its truo light- -- this over. Now let us get busy, let Embry, Ilenfrow. Mr. I. T. Stevens of Utica, qualified the U. S. Eighty-fiv- e finally cajne down in a meadow ot as guardian ot Anton Colon Stevens f 01 1113 weit guo.it J nt tho elegant din- - the light that so long has been hidden us organize each and every small Prof, Shults, adjacent to town fen For Side 1000 ' Oatalpa Tno Flying machine covered a largo The ward resides Iu Colorado and nor served, through tho Maccabeoluniler the sinotborlng cloak of all community, and from each organiza- guardian was appointed here that Ladlte by the citizens of McHoury and , tho power ot darkness. send a representative to a cen- posts. portion ot tho County Friday, 'istrltion A. Wl LOGN. Af- - tral polut to' perfect a large County al Mrs. J. Caskey Dennett. t Kontucklans, here is a man business could be properly at-- J community. buting advertising matter. Tho ir-t- ij 'j Beaver Dam and 1 er lOtS (id i'uiui t f V3 Commander of the Association nt this iemble under his banner. orc.aniiatlou. plane made a number ot flights in tended to. IrCC to ,...,.. .,.,.. ''"' '"'""" -- trf-dn- y ....-.- !.-- Do-fo- re ai ' one-twelf- 1 jit ... Q ,.,. 1 .- -., ' ""' ju .. I.-- .... " ....,. -- . n. --- ..' i. i.l . ... '... ' u-I- -- -.- ll. !' "" depart-ilnolr-',mr- k tup llltrUWtK Ut DiruT o-- n,! i $14ij; tr e , nfia I si,,,iin!,iv , 1 ,, ln ,,,,. c: I Con-malt- 0, trou-foun- d ,) cxecu-Itwolv- haml-ln-hau- bt 1 - fi' 8" I I ar-'rj,- ,,j I y. I .- e . I o it air-leg- ' VALUE OF LANOS IN that thoy have a right to the colors because they woro used by the ancient lilnFmniiln nninlrn fit IvlllMl Atfatrlfl c'a,m IMMENSE CITIZEN ARMY nt by tho Helglans who reply not only would such a course ho con- ,ls'nR t0 every nation hut It would Bank Deposits And Uthernl80 ))0 reflection on the national honor of their country which had Property More Than isacrntcea so inucn 10 Keep us colors Double Revenue unsullied. Patriotic societies are organizing to prevent tho outrage. J STATE INCREASES!;, 'v1: IS PLANNED Military Training As Part Of Public School System Desired Washington, Aug. ,10 Frankfort, Ky Aug. 29. Tho toWhcn you have an achcy, stretchy through a now system of tal assessment of lands for 1919 feeling and you nre dull, tired nml Not 16 cents military training of a groat citizen amounts to $1.7S6,639,837, which is discouraged it Ua sign of approachor 17 cent j ovor ing malaria or chills. You should army to bo known as tho National an increase' of $382,061,787 Quard Corps was proposed today by. 1918. Tho total taxes on tho nsscss- act quickly to ward off an attack, ment amounts to $6,922,490.20, or an rtorhlnn offers von tlio luln von nppil tno Notional Guard Association In a But 15 centu increase of $1,457,522.58 over last jjt destroys tho malarial germ, drives statement mado public through the Nntlonal Security League. Thirty dl- year. out u impurities and makes you feel In 191S the total assessmont oC'irigi,t vlsorona nml cheerful. I'rlce v,slons ot tho National Guard Corps, to $1,403,978,050 ro mnu lands amounted s!ii bv nhin rmmtv nrmr functioning as a sepnralo cot pa of the and the total taxes $5,464,967.62. nl' United States army under the direc Company. The total asscsment on hank detion oi tnu secretary of war, is proposed. Instead of subjecting all posits for 1919 at the rate MINK SINKS VKSSIIL. amounts to $209,372,483. In 1917, ouths to a threo months' KiBp'tRfsBsBsissfi--'-when tho tax rate on hank deposits Tlip Amnrlrnn mint. swntnM' Ulnh course of InlOnsivo mllltaiy training HtfLsssWr7ftfiusUisisV'''s.i was 55 cents, tho total assessment of ard II. IJuckley, was destroyed by the ns proposed by tho war department. bank deposits was $11,277,196. the Guard Association would have trjilnliiff as n part of tho na- ;ic Tnliulateil Account. nco. Tho accident few davs Tho State Tat Commission has pre- cirrert when a mine became entangled . t,onal l,ll,,,lc school system, with pared figure showing tho taxos for in tho sweeping cable. Before the j vol,tIls entering this course, when tho present year, ns follows: iwaot ago. After this pro-e- d cable could be freed tho mine oxplod-jfourtctraining, they would bo Lands i2, 652,412. 75 directly under the ship's storn. Town lots 1,471,550.61 training in the field thnn six minutes elapsed before'0" tw" Livestock 74.0S9.72 tho ship sank. P. A. King, com- - aml ,hon wo'l ho graduated" into Intangibles 1.452.6S1.32 mandorof tho vessel, remained on the I1'10 S"'lr'. whoro they would ueivo 1, 270,792. S2 brldcn. dlrectlnc tin. work of saving All other property ior two years anil ntno tho crow and went down with i,i, .months before bolng placed In tho home-plat- e, Totnl taxes $0,922,490.20 ship. Other vessels in the vicinity r?rve for threo years. right it's easy to get to In 1918 the total taxes were as fol- rushed to the spot and rescued two Would Him. Aimy of :,()()(),(()(). slipold coat in you snuggle down Kstlmatlng tliat 500.000 , jouths-woullows: officers and 16 men. be graduated into the guard Lands . . $2,117,501.73 pers to enjoy life. 'every year, tho statement said that Town lots I' 1,360,369.51 KILLS BATS. Livestock AUo mice 50.314.86 Absolutely prevents after six years 'wo would bin o a most Intangibles effective army of threo millions of 905,393.52 odors from cnrcus.ii. Ono To begin with, Velvet Tobacco, in its jolly red All other property P 1.025.32S.00 proves this. comes in '"'en, 1,590,000 in the active Nothing wholesome generous look to tin, and 1.500.000 in leserve, all cakes no mixing with other food '"en-icred-blooded f 'hem graduates of the training Total taxes $5,164,967.62 Guaranteed. tin full of namby-pamb- y The taxes on all of this class of !I5f size ( 1 c.ikc) enough for P..n- - camps." red-blood- ed red-blood- ed folks. tobacco, for property, with tho exception of live- try. Kitchen or Cellar. To o I'lidor General Stuff. stock is secured on a tax rate. 'The success of this plan" tho stato-Hous- e, rake-- ) for Chicken, sio (2 Intent continued, "would be largely The rate on livestock subject to tax Coops or small buildings. the fragrance and you Open it is 10 cents. pi. 00 sio (. cakes) enough for all1 dependent upon a provision in tho tobacco during eight changing Nature stored in Oidoi". Kali" Aosc vni'iits. firm and out buildings, (storage build- - mw that the force would have Its own general staff section or the army. Tho In nettling a question whiiih orig- ings, or factory buildings. Sold and wooden hogsseasons, while it mellowed in inated in Louisville on tho tax ques- guaranteed by J. F. Casebior, Acton Professional officers .of the proposed I tion the commission ordered thafall UiU5. 1JJIUI heads. ' "IU tfiurtj, IV lllltlllld 'l u feUlIUI'll property bo assessed at a fair cash jnd Duke and Walker Myrtle. staff .section or as it mlgiit better bo . tormod tho National Guird Corps sec- value sale as of July 1, 1919. Tho fragreat! good, say! ll(jn f the general stnff, iho admiii- points involved In the question were . llOLSHKVihTS KAIL. jhtratlvo and training ortlcer usslgn- the assessment of diamonds and wonder tobacco Burley . grance of to eac'1 division." A bolshevist movpinput wan launch-0- l No camouflage about King of Pipe-lan- d. It was represented to the commis- 'd at uascl and Zurich a short time inti iinin'i-- . To Imodiately sion that In Louisville diamonds were ago but It proved a failuru because Na-the No dolling up. being assessed, not at their value, but the strong opposition of the noi1'0"3' Guards Corps and "give It a by carats and that automobiles were ?ants and bocati'-- e of tho vigorous ac- - KOO(1 fctarl." the association proposed lining asse.ssed according to age. For tlon or tho government In mobilizing tllat the law Provide for the instance, a man with a to occupy aflocted areas aivl zatln in thi corps of (he former automobile practically worn out had jtionul GuaiJ and Jliollal Army di- order. fo pay the same amount of taxes on isions which existed during tho groat Hcrblne is the ini'diciiio that cuies war All officers, who were honor- his car as a man with TOBACCO ij TOaACCO J ( T05CCOJ billoiisness, malaria and constipation, ably dlschaigod rar which was as good as new. from -- ucb units Tho lirst dose makes you feol better, 'would, upon their own application be in tho grades held ' Caranhal Deafness xuunot Be Cured a few additional doso.s cure complete- a pipeload. Light and you'll get the ly. Price 60 cents. Sold by Ohio by them at tho time or tho dNclurgn fcy local applications, ad" ilji tu.ui. . the oltc.-ux-t portion of ttu-- eir. There In County Drug Co. ' m and assigned to units of tho National only om nay to cuiv catarrh il denfmsi. fragrance of real tobacco the incense to solid . , tntl tl at Is by a constitutional remedy Ouard Corps in tho tlcinltv or ho!r catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an InXV.W HIGHWAYS OI'KN. 1. .lues. flamed condition of tin mutoui llnlns of Similarlv nil nffinora if n. .! thu Lusttblan Tube When this tub,. Is " only" our Nature-agein- g organized militia or ..ate guards And mild, taste, inflamed sou have a rumbilnc sound or Now thoroughfares through the . jU,i bo hearing, and when It Is entirely in the new doted liafiuss Is the ntult Unless the You will never taste a canton of Valals. affording travelers force. Inllnmiiiatlon can be reduced ind this tubi riatorid to Its nurmul ruiiillHnn huq.ini some of tho finest scenery as well as ' ,wlll N Similar nrivileces wnnl.l Ik. irlvnn t, one you roll with finer cigarette fnrivr ''iev cists of t,lIlltIes for observing the great all honorably discharged soldiers and Suain.!?m?dVndT.'t!,nborl,h;rrnnluJ.u,sC,.ur- I0'"101 . fnfcei. Vil rltt V nf mm fit r nntlvn ntiatnfitd i. Hill's (itnrr). ".f.ii. i..n 'UIl JII UIO prCSClU l"0 ..ii-.- i the b.lvd on th. I c. , .nrrni. ,r,t.l.V1 '. . l" . . . Fifteen more. tin not a costumes iimu niiuiy iiuuu inrown state guards, autliorlziiiK thorn to re sjstim Wc will glvo On" Tho Simplon enlist for periods or one year.. Tho any cas of Cntarrli.it Hundred Dollars for open to automobilists. D. that bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine cannot cirtoad to which theso byways and pafc-- j duty required or both officers and up! culars frrc .Ml nniKirist?, Cc. F. J. CHENEY A CO . Tolodo. O. .e.s are In tho main connected, Is men would bo similar to that rcquir- classed as ono of tho finest Alpine ed of tho National Guard, tliat is tf(jppfrrw,yt,JzStC IMKKS ;,()()() .MILKS IN ." automobilo roads In Switzerland. Na-- i eighty hours' drill, Instrucl and i SKAItCH )!' HKLATIVUS &5hz--4 poleou Iionapaito coneolved this higli- - , riflu practice, and not 'xceediiiK two Avw . way and It was inaugurated in 1806 wueks or field exercise during the wv-7mr su i Toledo, O., Aug. 30 Nicholas Cas ) Sundav automoliiling Is frowned upon 'hummer months. cniino walked from New York to by the SwK--. and some of the canton-- ; 'Krlsco in an attempt to locate rela- have oven adopted measures forbid- - SICK 17 YUAKS KICLIKVLl) IIY A friendly pipeful makes tives, nesting here ou his return tling automoblling or. that day. TAKING NO. 10 KOIt TIIK III.OOII even the umpire seem al trip, "Nick" says he refused 1,073 most off oi t ho counted 'om to ride. "Kor 17 years I was troubled with dropsy and had blood. 1 took every Suigeons agreo that In cases or of medicine thut was recom-mondCult), Hums. Diuiscs and Wounds, tlio 1 i kind to mo without benefit until lirst tieatment is most important. I got a bottlo of Number 40 and It AVhon an efticieut antiseptic is applihelped mo so much that I sent and ed promptly, there Is no danger of inI got two more bottjes and sinco tak-jj. begins to heal fection and tho wound jlng tho second bottle, I am ut onto. Tor tibo on man or beast e i v.ba to recommend :., and lloroone is tho ideal auth-cptlj 40 to any ono needing a blood medi healing agent, liuy it now and bo cine us I bellevo it Is us good as roady for an emergency. I'rico 25c, J!." Jane Goodwin, Gld- 50r, 1 00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio eon, Mo." Number 40 Is doinantlet' m KX3&sJr Count. Urug Company in dopiaved conditions of tho systoiu. , especially U'OOLr STOCKS IN IIHITAIV. of tho blood and genoial health. In chronic enlargement of tho spleen or liver. In chronic malarial London, Aug. 30. Tho government has mado announcement in tho Those Nervous Headaches Iioltoulng. Removes the causes of disease by stimulating tho romovol of llouuo of Commons that wool supplies which are the lot of so wnsto thus encouriiglng nutrition mans tho ucciued revealed to the Ger in Iiritain are the gruutost In history REAL PROSPERITY. uuvornmciu is trying to ovorcomo man authorities tho hiding placs oi and that there Is no reason for tlio this tendency by tho organization of and Employed with success in blood many profconl high prices of woolen goods. chronic rheumatism, calnrr: French soldiers who had escaped th Savings Societies. Mothers. Ileal prosperity consists In pi'oduc eczoinu and sUlu diseases. Mado by German advance. Thuse botruynls At tho samo ttmo it has started Ing an abundance for everybody und through tho Department s ('nod I'oi Itillousiioss. J. C. Meudonhall, Ivansville, Ind. 40 resulted lit the killing of many of Labor to uaking good uso of It. To consume oncourago homo owning und homo by tho Germans. oars a druggist. Sold by Ohio Coun-'t- y "To yeais ago 1 suffered from freIt all would ho extravnganco. m Drug Company. quent attacks of stomach trouble and To building. This is an important form Swellings of tho flesh caused by In- consume a reasonable amount and of Thrift. To uccumulato tho "nest Seeing Chamberlain's biliousness. TKA1TOIIS flammation, cold, fractures of the snvo tho rest so as to accumulate cap- egg" for a homo building fund or for Tablotb advertised I coucluded to try ital to omploy people and so iucrea'.o any other good purposo thoro is no bone, toothache, neuralgia or thorn. I Improved rapidly." MIs. Sergt. do Iirabant, a cavalryman. m cuu bo rclloved by Applying their comfort would bo the best pos- uiodlum of accumulation so con Kinma Verhryke, LImu, Ohio m jWuu executed at Vincennes for havliii? Dullard's Snow Liniment. It should sible uso of thq resources at our venient us tho War Savings Stamp. KHSKN'T GKItMANV'S AP- maintained relations with the Uer- -' bo well rubbed In ovor the part ef- -- on mniu.1. which Increases In value each month. I'HOPHIATION OI' COLORS in tin secret tervlco at narcelima, dur- fected. This Is the meaning of tho Thrift Its great healing and peneing tho war. In Paris tho trials of trating power eases the pain, reduces program which the Government has U your child Is pale nnd sickly, Imports from Germany thnt tho the notorious Laon Informers, which swelling and restores natural condi Inaugurated and of tho organization picks at the nose, starts In the sleen Gorman republic Is Intending to adopt continued for more than 60 days, end-le- tions. Price 25c, 50,c and $1.00 per of Savings Societloa through ut tho and grinds tho tooth whllo flleePsjPu, Seldom Fail to Relieve tho colors black, yellow and red for with eight of tho 28 persons ac bottlo. it is a suro algn of worms. A remo- Sold by Ohio County Drug wntiy Its national emblem have aroused cused being conde'iiiied to death. Two Company. Any Ache or Pain. m ii ia ouiu iu uo u iuhi uiui uiiur.u) iui musu I'uruHiies will uo round In high fooling among tho inhabitants of ero women. Six others of these nil greut wars there U a period of ex Whlto's Cream Vornilfugo. It not For Sale by All OruoaUts. UtJglum. These ure tho colors of truvagance at tho very time whoa only clears out the worms, but It vveio acquitted and the rest received prison beatonces of from ono to 20 tho Delglaii flag and tho Idea of their tuero Is the greatest need for Indus-- ; restores health and cheerfulness. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. FOR FLETCHER'S being appropriated by Germany la yoars. Tho charges were that during try ana economy to repair tho fright- - i'rlce 30c per bottle. Sold bf,hla jn'wirdMij. Tho Huns boldly assort ! tho occupation of Laou by the Ger- ful losses caused by tho war. The County Drug Company. m 10-ce-e" ' "''" Velvet Always Hits a glv-Le- ss 3 Bagger: Taste!!! and """ .... '"' e Sight! THEN has a Smell!! the an KAT-S.VA- .... HAT-SNA- about it A it 40-ce- ()c up get that the great '""J'. And It's Kentucky's That natural it of two-year-o- ld co N cf (i ;g? J n-i- -.i , Pack up comfoit rf I w...( a pleasant method can impart than the cents a that Velvet .' nI "l" cent ss Batter i Jiff 'W HK1 jft ed "8&ft 'iMJfA fe-'l- Why Suffer rM iiS3 x --the friendly tobacco Housewives so'-dlot- rhou-mutis- m d Ohildren Ory CASTO R A 7'DEAD, 35 WOUNDED IN KNOXVILLE RIOT Concert With 300 Singers and 71st Regiment N. Y. G. Band, Sunday Before the Fair Opens v Blacks Flee Fearing Further n Li irouuic -- ny r--..- . Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations " I Buffered from female troubles which caused piercing pains like a knife through my back nnd side. I finally lost nil my strength so I had to go to bed. Tho doctor advised nn operation but I would not listen to it. I thought of what I had rend about Lydla L. Plnkham's Vcgetablo Compound and tried it. The first bottle brought great relief and six bottles have entirely cured me. All women who havo femnlo troublo of any kind should try Lydia E. Pinkham's v'cgetablo Compound." Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a female troublo which caused mo mucn suuering, ana two doctors decided that x womu navo to go through an operation before I could Guarded Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wis., says: Knoxvlllo, Tcnn., Aug. 3- 1- Strong lit detachments of nntlonnl guardsmen numbering nbotit 1,200 and a thntiH nnd special deputies stood guard Knoxvlllu tonight l prevent renewal of race riots Hint broke out Inst night find resulted In seven known dend and thirty-fiv- e wounded. The total mini lter of dend was not definitely known tonight. It wH repotted two negrops wore klllcil today Iiy guardmncn when thoy resisted a search for The riot started hist night when A , mob of white inon stormed the Knox County Jitll to lynch .Mntiilnc Mnyi-s- . n negro, being held for the murder of Mrs. I.lndscy Mrs. llcrtlo l.lndsey. was killed Satin day morning by u no-who entered her sleeping room The authorities told the mob leaders) thu prisoner had been removed to Chiittnnooga and permitted a com-i- n It tee. to inspect the Jail. N'ot satisfied, the mob stormed the Jail, Wicked the building and released the prlsonors. Moli Ifeli'MM's Murderers. Among the prisoners released were several convicted murderers, ono of whom was to be electrocuted. Turning from tho jail tho mob surged to tho negro district and began hunting down negro men and boys. A report that whlto men wero being robbed iff tho negro quarters and whlto soldiers had been fired upon by negroes was said to have caused the mob to turn In that direction. Tho 4th Tenncsseo Regiment, National Cilia rd, which was encamped near hero for rifle practice, hurried to thu scone. Tho troops advanced on tho blacks, who renowed their flro. Volley after volley was fired by the troops, under personal command of MaJ (Ion. K. V. Sweeney, recently returned from Franco. Several negroes guns wero wero killed. .Mnchlno brought Into play and were turned ngalnst thu windows of a negro danco hall, from which negroes wore sniping foldicrs, a dozen of whom were wounded. Soldiers Accideiitly Killed. Lieut. James V. I'ayno, n United Su es army inspector attached to the National Guard, was trying to spot a sniper who had attempted to kilt him. when ho stepped into tho range of irnrhlno gun flro anil was killed. Lett Henderson, of tho Tenncss-ko- o National Guard was killed by the tan o volley. Tills evening it was reported tho negroes hnd killed nnothor soldier. negroes on tho streets wero AH Benrched for arms today and negroes riding street cars wero taken oft and searched. It was during tho search for arms tho two negroes' wero ml 1 to have been killed by troops when ttiev resisted a comand to halt. When news spread that tho negro library and other buildings o'vupied by negroes wero to bo burned tonipht, special deputy sheriffs wero swor'i In to aid tho soldiers. A guard was thrown nbout tho powder and dynamite magazine near tho city. Additional military reserves wero summoned from the SI Field Artillery camp near Knoxvllle. Tonight the roads leading from Knoxvllle nro filled with blacks, some In wagons or g automobiles, others walking and suit cases of their scanty ct Tects, or even tied In a rag. Tho seem determined to leave the city beforo further troublo occurs. fire-armA Prl-virto car-iyiino-gro- .w V I How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. L W I i ' ' " " 1 i J well-traine- Sunday before the ofllelnl opening er, led by the dashing, nttrnctlvo, of the seventeenth uimuul Kentucky (rifled leader, I.leu't. Ltmliert I. Eben. Still. Fair seheduled to be held ill,, lie lepeiMoIr,. to be olTen-- by this bund will Include some of the most Louisville thu week or September ,, )01llltfll compositions the State Fair grounds will lie f t1(. musical world mid singers with the scene of one of the lined pic- - ' the "1st, us well as of the Louisville tureiiie, enjoyable and uiiiimiiiI enter- - JublluH' Chonil Association furnishing " limiilrcil voice, for the talnn.ents of fair hlMory, in the grand chorus, will llgure spectuculurly In th Kiicred concert to be thrlllliigl.v ren- - to mMH.rSi dered by a imi-vchorus of three him- Tlie view of the fair Itself, ready for re voice, accompanied by the sate to swing wide on the llrst died or (he famous 71t Regiment .Vow Yiirk celebration In four years unshadowed Ciiiurds I tn ml. the clouds of war, promises Tin 71-- t Is an organization uhleh panorama of striking boautv and lin- "made muleal hlstorj" during the presslvencss. As far n the eye can war and llgured In much of the Im- reach will lie spread out the bounties portant war work of tin- - metropolis:. Nature bus lavished on a fortunate The band is nl-- o In constant demand laud and the celebration should, and for ictrola and pltuio-phije- r record doubtless will, hold for many a f.ir work and rates as second to none In deeper significance, and arouse a grt r this line. depth of genuine thanksgiving, The organization Is made up of forty than any exhibition has heretofore ofstrikingly-uniforme- d play- - fered in State Fair history. "My mother, who had been helped by Lydla E. Pink-ham'- s Vegetable Compound, advised mo to try It be- lore suumiiumj to an operation, it relieved meirom my troubles so I can do my house work without any uuauuity. x uuvisc any woman wno lsnuucteu witn iomaio troubles to give Lyuia IS. lTnkham's Vege-- j lame uonipouna a trial ami it will do as much lor them." Mrs. Mahie Boyd; 1421 6th St., j I N. E., Canton, Ohio. new wen. Jsri 4Ct ,,.. Every Sick Woman Shdmavftnrl ' LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND i ed j j j Before Submitting To An Operationj LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. .u-e- ' ANDREW CARNEGIE DID EXCEEDINGLY WELL But ho could have obtained his MYRIAD MIDWAY WONDERS AT COMING STATE FAIR After a year's efforts In Life's vigorous school the Midway of thu Kentucky State Fair offers old and young nllke a "recess" which Is as enjoyable as It is ephemeral. And after the especially trjlng and saddening times of thu war a playtime and u playground Is especially appealing. In order to murk the momentous and Joyous occasion of tills llrst reunion tn four j ears unshadowed by the clouds of war, the State Fulr"inanage-meii- t lias secured tin attractive array of features In the World at Home MULE ARISTOCRATS ENTERED Shows, which are descriptively named, us It is claimed (hut the eighteen or A mule stake carrying premium twenty attractions gathered under the banners of the World ,nt Homo were awards of $1,1)00 was Introduced at the Kentucky State Fair in 1!)1S. This Cleaned from many parts of the globe and bring to the Fair visitors tho was a sum hitherto unprecedented In u wonders' and amusements of forelgu like event and the announcement aroused keen interest among breeders lands. One feature which the crowds will and owners At the l'alr to be held in Louisville And vividly alluring and spectacularly of this beautiful Is tho exhibition called "The : the week of September La Hose Klectrlc Kountalu," said to j ear, this same liioney will be offered be one of the newest and most thrilling and In consequence the entry lists will effects ever carried with a eanilvul carry some of the best Muck In the country. Of the assuredVntries It Is said that one of the greatest jack colts ever fouled will come from Montgomery county, and a yearling and Jack likewise said to be wonders. Clark county will be represented by n Jennet between six ami twelve mouths old whose ears measure IW Inches In length and who Is In other respects a wonder. Nelson, Washington and Shelby are boasting of the stock they'wlll scud and I!olo county which has carried away tho rlbbous for a number of years, expects to repeat the performance. Altogether the mule and Jack class bids fair to be one of the liveliest stock features of the seventeenth uniuiul celebration. , 8-- l, staged on one of the smallest perpendicular race tracks In America. La I'ajette' the Orcat and his Inimitable niy.sterlo are said to be rhii! ed in the offering of Omar Siiiul, and "House of a Thousand Wonders." A small but potent entertainer Is tn greet ! air vis tors In the poru of nn.-- iiMuess i.iixauciii, wonder clou oi the world." This elfin creature Is only W Inches high and weighs only U7 pounds. In addition to the great array of entertaining features contained In the roster of the World at Home Show. there a rose vend musical organisation' of merit, and a half dozen novel rld'uis device'. start easier It there had been War Savings Stamps to help on tho way. When Andrew Carnegie died recently, It was found that his estate was valued at $50,000,000, Just one-id- s tenUfof his life earnings. The great Scot ha(, dlsnose(, of tho creater nart , , of , vast weaUn (,ur time, and bis benefactions reached around tho world. "How did I get my first thousand' 15y saving it." This epigram was his reply to a direct question. Mr. Carnegie did mighty well dur ing his life, but he could have done nothing had he not saved that first m. 38S 3 . ....... r."" ,kpt4 "12 !&W I ... n........iL...i..r. irnnni.. ,.... iriumijiwiim.: .nninniN , r .... CASTORIA For Infants and Children. nLSS 85S 1 nil J Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria . t r?nTinT.-- n PER CENT. AYcclablcrrcparalioaforAs-- 1 i similatininciooa 0y j.k thousand. And he could have saved the thous and heaps easier if in his youth the He ! ;bv MtL lintheStomachsanatigi Thcrcbj'PromolinfiDKcstion Cheerfulness ana nt.u---nclthOplum.Morphlncnor cr C: hpptiWiTB5ElBl Mineral. Always Bears the Signature M -- Government had issued Thrift Stamps ,ti5 for 25 cents that grow into $5 War Savings Stamps, flanked by the new, c Treasury Savings Certificates In $100 r. er"W After the and $1000 denominations. IE5 Thrift Stamps are exchanged for the "baby bonds" tho Investment grows of its own weight they draw- - Interest t the rato of four per cent compounded quarterly. Thus hi five years a ravs $4 investment grows Into a five dollar 4" so bill and the larger denominations grow in the same proportion. biisi jixfcZownsumnwx Jhanpun SUSnM Ixi.tUS-ith'onn Stfd J l Ail's". of IkAltr x ty MIA i - m M i - km In ;?2 r haftrvmnlinr (.Mnfid Remedy fo: Constipation nnd Diarrhoeak Use TnccnvSLEEP 'resultinthffcfrOTnnJnfancyTac Simile - SI-s- NO MOKK HATS HAT-SNA- .i.i SijnjrWO' Hi or mice, nftor you uso It's a Jure rodent killer. Try a Pkg., It. Hats killed with It ..nd leavo no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch It .Guaranteed. 25c. size (1 cake) onough for Pan try, Kitchen or Collar. 50c slzo (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all storage farm and buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-blo- r, Drug Acton Hros., Taylor's Store, Williams & Duke and Walker I Myrtle. WAR BALLOON EXHIBITION ltlllH'ILD CAPITAL HOTEL IK CITIZENS SUUSCIUUK ' PROMISES THRILLS AT FAIR I fm.'tju esrsc t?;ccr TucCnOTAvnCoW.vtW. tes' mi?. "-- NEWJYUIV imny ieai o TJlBtl.m iinij m. .. For Over if niirmnir NE3S -' mi mve t- - - mm iiHsa vrn mw CITY m u Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CirtTAUKCOMMNT, NIK VOftft GALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR A FAHM HANDS OltOA.MZK. An organization called tho National Workers' Union haB been formed with Agricultural Laborers' and Rural Workers' Union has been formed with a membership of about 100,000. have been inado for a miniTinio-nnd-a-ha- lf - ds mum wage of $12 a week and a six-da- y week of 44 hours the year round for overtime- on wook days nnd double time for Sundays is also bought. m - HATS D1K ed do mlco, onco they eat ItAT-SNAAnd thoy leavo no odor bohlnd. Don't take our word for It try a package. Cats and dogs won't touch It. Rats P. HAT-SNA- pass up all food to get Three sizes. 25c size (l cako) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. .50c size, ( 2 cakes) for Chicken lifiuse, coops or small buildings. $1.00 slzo (5 cakes) enough for all storage farm and buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r, Taylor's Drug-SActon llros., & Duke and Walker k. Williams Myrtle. The Kentucky State Fair management Is unable to state dellultely as yet that an exhibition of balloon Ulghts and parachute drops will be an unprecedented iittructtou at the Kentucky State Fair the week of SeptemLUdfLK Aimnpsntf' ber but there Is every Indication M JCtlAMPlOM UNDERWATEE. EyPERTi; j that the Government will sanction the Willi l. nost fOl'NTAJN SPECTACLE vI showing which will be one of the most company. There are said to be 15,000 Interesting the Fair has ever presented. gallons of water hurled into mld-ui- r It Is the plau ami plea of the Stute by tills fountain at every performance, the thunderous waves falling over sta- Fair management that the Ulst U. S. living ISulloonCompany be stationed on the tuesque groupings of Venus-likgrounds during the Fair and If this llames color models while aurora-Jlkrequest is granted the entire company the falls mid graceful ujuiph dauco will llgure In balloon ascensions, para, In the spray. aqueous typo chute drops and balloon (lights which Another attraction of will give sensational Illustration of Is the sensational performance of tho war-tlmmaneuvers In the ulr. world's champion lady fancy and trick Among the "sky vessels" will be the: diver, Luclle Anderson, ami her com- -' pauy of mermaids. Mlss Anderson Is great "Sausage Ilallonns" used In obknown as tho "Ainphlheaii Wonder" servation work dining the war, and tho dirigible balloon will ulso be un attuid her under-wate- r feats and endurance tests am said to bu unbelievable. traction of unusual Interest by reason) of tho fact that there are few pilots lu': An exceptional feature Is heralded clvlMan llfd who can manage them andj In n show fulled "Chinatown." Unlike they are therefore seldom on exhibithe average lllmsy pretense at Orienoffering is said to faith- tion. Public attention will center on talism, this fully duplicate the dark, mysterious this balloon It Is suld, by reason of underground world which was onco their enormous size nnd their adaptability to maneuvering, bombing, etc. Sail FranclM.'u's' Chinatown before tho Hut the attention and interest of the great earthquake wiped this cesspool crowds will undoubtedly center on the of slu from the earth. (lood, rousing excitement will " br mammoth captive balloons lu which' offered In the I'oluck Hridliers illg In- passengers may dally soar clomlward and thereby gather some Idea lu addoor Circus, with Its rough-rldln;, as well ui" vance of the method of travel pie- iiuliiiul nels mid in the linger motorcycle and uuloino-bil- e dlctod as ii common carrier lu the near future. nielug features which will e e o ;, guu-pliiy- It Frankfort. Ky.. Aug 31 Rebuild lug of the Capital Hotel, which was Six Tears Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lad, .But Now destroyed by fire soveral years ago, She b a Well, Strong Woman and Praiset Cardui For depends upon the Interest taken lu the project by the citizens of this Her Recovery. city. Tho Capital Hotel Company will bo organized this week with a Royie City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was elz years agf capital stock of $UOO,000 and of this ninount tho Woltzol family, owners .aud I am still here and am a well, of this place, says; "After the of the old hotel, will subscribo $75,-00- 0. strong woman, and I owo my life to birth of ay little girl... my sldo comIf tho citizens of Frankfort are Cardui. I had only taken half tb really interested in tho building of a menced to hurt me. I bad to eo hack bottle when I began to feel better now hotel to the extent of subscribing to bed. W called tbo doctor. He Tho misery in my sldo got less... I organization for stock iu tho new work of rebuilding will be started in treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardui tho near future got worse and worse until the misery until I had takon three bottles and I w&a unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well COAL FOR ITALY. The government has agreed to thro months and suffered such arooy and never felt better In my Ufa... X have never had my trouble from that send to Italy 1200 tons of coal per that I was Just drawn up lu a knot... day to this." ", day from tho Sanr basin. Tho supplies are expected to rellovo materialI told my husband it be would get Do you suffer from headache, back ly tno shortage of fuel in Italy. me a bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . ache, pains In aides, or other dlscoa-- f . I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you KKLHia'GGK AND OSTKNI) evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf NOW OPKN me... for I knevr I could not laet give Cardui, the woman'a tonlo, Tho ports Zeobruggo and Ostend, many days unleu I hid a chance tor trial J, which wore bottled up by tho Hrltish ago last April and May, havo a year been cleared of obstructions suffi- of ships, dredges, tugs and every oth hopelessness, Hrltish engineers? cient)' to render thorn available to or kind of wreckage were sunk ono dertook the task of clearing .u world commerce. Iloforo leaving tho on another until tho harbors were harbors without hesitancy. Helglan coast thor enemy inflicted ev- lllod well nigh to overflowing. Death thu largest salvago plants e ery possible ilainugo which would ren traps of every description were plant- sembled was erected. Passagj der thu Ports useless for as long a ed throughout tho mass to render sal- forced through tho obstructs timo as possible. Tho towns were vaging operations more dlffioult and piece by piece the wreckngo Despite its apparent od out ot the way stripped. Iu the harbors old hulls hazardous. KH-ma- n, . .. :H l ' .;s '.-- iM JW cd credit for Just about everything STRAY STREAKS we can think of, except n few little ( things like keeping hs out of war, tho (By Fluko McFluko.) $27,000,000,000 Increase In tho bondPublished Weekly by vc breathe HARTFORD PIUNTINO COMPANY ed Indebtedness, tho air What is It that makes ono's "H. V nnd tlio sunshine wo bask In Oh( Incorporated crawl n llttlo bit higher and did wo bellovo, forget to yes, they nentlnn tho fad that they had chans higher these mornings? W. S. TIXSI.KV, Kdllor cd tho Good Lord's plans somewhat bv nnd Business Mnniigcr. The High, Low, Jlck, Jnck nnd fie taking one hour from tho long, dark rights nnd adding it to bright, Joyoui name Club got very much behind rntnreil nrrnrdlne to law nt tllO with their business during fair week PnKtnfflce. Hartford. Ky., as mail W natter of tho second class. .lolin Ileniy prophesied n long time In Our friends, tho Democrats, to their resolutions adopted In conven- ago that the author of this stuff Address all communications tion hero Saturday Indorsed, nnquall- - would never wet another hook nnd The Hartford "Republican. llcdiy, me ntiniinismiuuii m uu.. . lino after July 1. O. Stanley .Including the scnooi uoo't subscribers. notice that reminds mo that Commission, tho Subscribers desiring tho paper sent I have not had mv hooks nnd sink- must glvo tho old Mm sintn tax commission &c, so stre to a new address nuously condemned by Judge Carroll jcrs wet since early last spring, nnd address In making tho request. nnd Notices 10c in bis campaign. Thev used only with me, fishing Is n lost nrt. Business Locals er line, and 5c per lino for addition- three linos for binding things .lemo-- 1 al Insertion. Ab Yclscr says ho (can't muleistan 1 Tho remainder, Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards irntlc in Kentucky. Thanks, Be per lino, monoy in ad- of more than a half column they dc- - Just why he couldn't hnvo been made of vance vote to pralslms things National, not ,111) wlthfsomo of the habits of tho Church Notices for sorvlcos froo, onco mentioning the name of Cover- - camel ferinstancc, so bo could hae but other advertisements, 6c per lino. nor Black, or his administration, .cnr.ied on fron. July 1st to November gSgyi Anonymous, communications will and un- lst without that receive no attention. 1 Tho Farmers' Chautauqua whlci jfcatteflod thlist closed nt Beaver Dam, Wednesday! ' TELEPHONES. Our two young friends, J. I. Good-th- o night after a three days session wan 123 Cumberland most successful meeting of tkojman and Tom Stevens ought to bnvc CO Farmers Mutunl t. charactor evei hold in the County. (a homo coming, a sort of a total attendance Is estimated to cr meeting. During fair week Tom SEPTEMBER 5 FRIDAY have been near 4,500. Most o- - wore n origin Hruuu no uuu u.uiuub Hot the evening may be, and lazy. But the New Edison is sting-wei- o cellent lectures and demonstrations red sox, while Goodman wore always ready, always peppy. screaming scarle: given which will proe to be of ,ing green sox nnd a Place it on the front porch, right where the breeze is coolest, nlinnat Inpatlmnllle V.llUG tO OUr pie, to st.y nothing of the fine typo and all the joy that is in music comes to you. world don't have a thing In of entertainment afforded by the to We now worth mentioning. the We go New Edison is your two dollar seat at the Every night, do rpmlnrlnc of the urogram. vaudiville, musical comedy, opera, wherever your fancy leads. The meetings, or chautauquas for j to about three of our lodges during The tunes of the moment, and the favorites of all time, roll rurat and general welfaie are. and tho week, send, our wlfo to prayer forth with a joyousness that makes everything fresh and blithe mighty force, resulting meeting Wednesday nights, go to car be mnde a l"n makes you feel cooler just to sit and listen to and gay. much and lasting good to a great Sunday School and church on Sundays i""d spend the other 5 nights and S number of people. 'days on tho paper. If tho weeks current issuo Mr. Walter .were as much as two days shorted With the Creep announces his retirement from jwe fear that wo would bo compello.l the editorship of the Hartford Herald, to leave off S. S. ami church. tifttVim rsroon linn liopii with the' WANTED. "The Phonograph with a Soul" REPUBLICAN TICKET. Herald in the capacity of editor and Will pay ? 15.20 per pound for business manager for more than a '..11,1 VollniV " "' ' ,A - HMiInnbo Cnnl v of dirt But, remember, it is only the New Edison that recreates all year and his regime has been marked "" rtortr , reo For Governor Must by faithful and Industrious toil. that dwells in music. EDWIN P. MORROW. dr'' Pacl ost ipments this time we are not authoritatively, Lieutenant Governor Chc,ck scn.1 ou samo day as to who will succeed S. THRUSTON BALLARD, Mipmeni arrives retiring Edftor, but offer our eon- st)" IlOrbC Hides $10.00-- $ 11.00, .... Secretary of State n i mvj vuui'iui; ..! Klillllltlllulia iu Mm nnn.MonV in nil. No 2 small or cut, $8.00. Sheep A. VAUOHT. FRED vance. If they succeed !n obtaining a. ""u ,u 1,t ,' Attorney General successor who will fill the position in i bhip Hides via exp. ess to CHAS. I. DAWSON. so admirable a manner as did friend, Mr. Creep. Our relations ""'""" Auditor Pub. Acct's C. II. WHITE, were at all limes nieasani an i i JOHN J. CRAIG. : Baizetown, Ky. cordial, and we regret to lose Mr, 5tS Supt. Pub. Instruction -j Greep from the local field of newsGEO. M. COLVIN. FARMERS NOTICE. 5 paper work but snail follow him wit's Clerk Court Appeals wishes of the very best, in his chosen Ag(Jnt M L McCracken c ROY B. SPECK. field, wherever his lot may be est. miuestg that evefy arraor ,n Qhlo Cammissioner of Agriculture' County, who has in the past bought ,part of the vocabulary of the soldier W. C. HANNA. JOHN G. WILSON HIT acid phosphate through Mr. Browder, i rut he trenches that it would BV I. C. FHKIGHT TRAIN Treasurer or who intends to use acid phosphate bo difficult to flrd a reading nerso; JAMES WALLACE. tills season, notify him at once, as to in all the earth that does not InMr. John G. Wilson of Olatt.n, how much each wants, so State Senator that car Route 2, met with a serious accident iload lots may bo mnde up and ship stantly percclvo its affection. itc GEORGE BAKER. patiios. by a Turndny when he was Representative ments for the various sections or- fast moving freight train on the 1111- - l(je,.eil ISAAC S. MASON. nols central uanroac u: me cross- - j WANT DOGWOOD AT ing near Beaver Dam. Ii.s team FARM FOR SALE. FANCY PRICES Doctrine, in so far no which was hitched to a road wagon The Monroe it may lie appncaoie 10 .uexico, u uns upon tne iracK neioiv me up-- j 1 Vi Also Persimmon S3 acres on Conb'3 Ferry road, and Hickory, by conditions are uot remeuieu at an pioaching train was noticed ami tno )ilI(! from K n Station. Tirst clas3 Cords, four foot block's, car lots. early date, must cither he evoked ho could do was to ?ot the team dwelling, tobacco and stock barns aco Diameter of Dogwood, over 4 "4 or revoked. across the track, tho train hitting .SI)iniij,i orchard Inches. Persimmon over 8 inches r'diug, the "vngon in which ho J. D. MILLER. Hickory over 12 inches. Its dollars to doughnuts that Henry completely demolishing It. 11. 3, Hartford, Ky Ci'Sp S.iy h;t VMi li,'io. Prices and bruised Foid is one domiciled American Mr. Wilson was badly Spcrllicnlloiis on Itc.ii"-t- . on whom none of our about the head and shoulders and For Sale 160 acre farm, KKXTUCKY WOOD PRODUCTS CO. colleges or universities will be In a chest Hr P. T. Wlilis 'vli-- j cni eyhurrj to confer complimentary Joe Everly Georgo A. Bush, Pros. Wilson to the I. 0. I.'on'Stnl. known as the ed Mr: TAILORED Coats and 530 Franklin St. 1.ouNlllc, Ky. at Vadurah. lio followirg dav stated farm. Price $10,000. It is Coat Suits for Ladies and yesterday that when he loft Mr. Wll p A Circuit Judge shot while In the :oii It was not certain as to whether in the best farming com- Misses are now arriving daiperformance of duty upon the bench any fracture of tho skull was sustain- - munity in Ohio. County. For ly. It makes no difference In Louisville, Jefferson County, is ed, though he thought not. The I furlher particulars, see, nr ,r..t flntitrprnus wounds iM ua0 encigh o have happened almost what your dress requireCAL P. KEO WN, In tho Blackpatch or some of the. wore perhaps those in and about the ments may be you will find upper portion of the body, mainly mountain Counties, "ain't it?" Hartford, Ky. As Mr. Wilson showed ; In the chest. them best met in the Howard ' Recognition of the high cost of slight Improvement when last heard OKKil.V OF "CONE WI3ST." electing the next Democratic presi- from, it is presumed that in the abTailoring. We have a reNo. Why? Too much loss in dent Is shown by the fact that their sence of complications, ho has a good (Tulsa World.) markable variety of fabrics Do you handlo director of flnaiueh huS announced chance for recovery. The" war gave us many new words tlmo and money. that thoj wiU P'ldeHvor to raise a . Tho crossing whero Mr. Wilson was and phrases. to milk the old fashion way? Yes, beand models limning from the It is nono too early dollar, campaign fund to bo struck is rather dangerous, especial- fix definitely tholr origin so that dis- cause you do not know tho labor most conservative to the used for that ptirpo.so next year. ly when approached from the west putes of the future may bo unneces- saving, money making qualities of Do Laval Cream Separator. Don't Shades of Mark Hanna! side, as Mr. Wilson was. Trains com sary. Perhaps nono is more patheti- the most ultra stylish, and sold ing from above, or from toward Lou- cally expressive than "gono West," bo misled, but ask your neighbors. Anthrnclto Miners of Pennsylvania, at varying prices to suit the isville, aro rathor hard to seo, nnd the soldier term that came to bo ut- I am giving you a list of Do Laval recently adopted a program which Ask as a matter of course tho rattle and most universally adopted to designate users in your neighborhood. purse of all. among various other demands coi:-tmado by tho average road death. Whence cumo tlis phrase, them and then call us for n demonnoit.0 ted these insignificant items: A wagon stration. On account of the unusual kills that of trains. and why? Blue Serges and other stawork dayMflye days a weok. In o book review appearing in tho demand for tho Do Laval machino with a CO per cent ndvunco In pay. gettlilg ples are here in great range FARM FOR RALE. New York Times recently a very In- we aro having troublo in Those minors up In Penn. certainly teresting exposition Is ;tven. It is them, but don't buy until you have all splendid in quality and are working for "tn" at present. Lessen tho lmiso 1S8 acres, good tarm land, S room explained that moro than :I,U00 yearn tried a Do Laval. excessive in value dwelling, good stock and tobacco ago tho ancient Egyptluns ipcke of work, bo progressive liko your neighreal inAbout all the comfort wo get out barn?. Plenty of gross nnd clover. the dead as "tho Westerners," ot bors, get a Do Laval. Somo users: trinsic value. The prices of that imaginary, fair price list, hung Geo. Schroader, Hartford. 8 miles oast ot iii.oso who had koiio West finely watered. For tho up somewhere by some sort of com- Farm Henry Plrtlo, Hartford, Ky. near school house ami 'abode of the dead was believed to bi declare that the values are mittee, that reported as to whet Hartford, V4 W. B Campbell, Hartford. Ky. mites of Sulphur Springs. ;i, the realm of tho setting sun, It church. 2 grocers and others should charge for there. Mrs. Iglehart, Hartford, Ky. V?I. SCHROADRR, that Anient! whero Otrls reigned. various nccesities, is that tho maxWill Ward, Hartford, Ky. 1, Olaton, Ky. 'This belief by tho ancients in tho soul It. imum range upward Is not ho very 9t31i Goo. A. Barnes, Bearer Dam, Ky. going West has at least a reflection muidi higher '.bpn we pay dally for Mltchel Render, Beaver Dam, Ky. somo of our own LOST. of i In the customs S tho things we purchase. See our line before buying elsewhere. I.'lvls Render, Beaver Dam, Ky. Nnith American Indians, who cher- A. S. Chlnn, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dam or on road from .shed tho belief that their 'happy In Beaver Information soukvout vory Rlowly Jos. Caldwell, Beaver Dam,' Ky. Dnm to Hartford, a pair of hunting ground" lay In the West, a'.t at times we asked our grocerymap, Beaver Emanuel Ward, Beaver Dam, Ky, brown kid gloves, slzo six who practiced the custom ot laying a few days ago, what ho could sell ladies' W. B. Phelps, Beaver Dam, Ky. Return to this offlco and receive their dead away in well provisioned us a can of lard for, ho ropllod, AJi Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. pcalfnlds ucing the West cents per pound. Wo asked what reward. I I W. M. Haynos, Beaver Dam, Ky. Tho belief of the ancients died he sold It for before tho cut in price Jon?, long ago with tho religion f Dcnham Loach, Beavor Dam, Ky. saw: to which ho replied, I don't know of W. II. Shitcklctt, Centertown, Ky that far distant tune died only to Just two or thro tiny reduction. return to earth again many guiiera-Harlfo12C acres of land 2'4 miles from days before, all of tho market renear tho graded road. Hns tlons later, reincarnated in unother ports quoted lard 9 Mi cents below the five room houso, 8 acres in orchard language, called into being by a war lermor prices. A good stock such us tho nations of old could not and Is well watered. Beaver Dam, Ky. a bargain. 'Sod, hnvo conceived. Tho Democrats in resolution in farm. Will bo sold ot CL'MH. PIIONK. j So quickly did tho phrases become CAL P. KKOWN. tunventlon here Saturday claim-- 1 tbuir The Hartford Republican !). j to HI rn mm ! Two Dollar HP ever-prese- Every Seat Night J llPO-lU- tle I It 15he New Edison & At'"') "' tm-!,,tc- ! E. P. Barnes Bro. ourM;,0c; "' BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. to-da- y Styled and Priced Ri ght i .. Do You Cut Wheat With The Old Reap Hook? ten-milli- ai for Carson (L Co. 3t rd Hartford, Kentucky. J. D. Williams & Sons i v. I s Fedl Arrivals! Oiir 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 If Long Cloaks, and the lengths are good. A peep at these will convince you that our styles and qualities are right. fabrics. three-quarter A splendid showing in all the leading styles and Both Dolmens. 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 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 goods, we are thing in piece vide range of who do not care for ready to wear splendidly prepared to give you anygoods, in Silks, Woolens etc., with a colors, and trimmings. Fall Millinery Our Hate 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. I&zz&&a The Hartford FRIDAY. Republican .SKPTKMI1KU 5 ' " For acltl Phosphate fertilizer, go to R blm & imQ p m4 For gio-etles staple .'id fancy ,)ow sto(.j-go to A. D. WHITE'S. f Personal News i ! I. Goodman, of the Herald Is In ntlnmllncv Aii'miolmrn vnuuouuiU) tiviviiumo fltA fnti J. ui and Social Events. j;;w:BVtonk' CASE11IER that " & thirst TAYLOR. Fresh lino of loose cakes'. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Acton Bros, hnvo added auto pairing to tholr business. re- - Mossrs T. E. and N. G. Hunley, of Echols, wore In Hartford on business yesterday. Mr. I. T. (Tom) Stevens nnd wife, 'of Utica. visited friends nnd relatives ' Wcdncdoy and Mr. W. W. Johnson, of Fordsvllle, ,,a' on business Thursday. in town p"" An Ice Cream Supper will be given Wo pay cash every day for eggs and nt Goshen Saturday night, tho Cth & BRO. W. E. ELLIS poultry. Proceeds to bo used for benefit of tho I Wo have ryo and timothy seed In abundance. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 'iluirch. Squlro Leslie Combs and wlfo and Mrs. W. N'. Stevens, of near town, attended the fair at Owcnsboro this Ttov. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua wore week. Whltesvlllo, guests of relatives in Sunday. Mrs. P. B. Taylor and Mrs. S. T. Hunter, City, left Wodnesdny for For nil kluds'of feedstuff at prices Dawson Springs, to be gone about tea you will appreciate, see, dnys. A. D. WHITE. I'vt. Goobol Wilson, of C"mn Knox Mrs. Clydo Crabtree, of Rockport, spent u few days here with lita Is visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson, E. Crabtree. Mrs. Delia Plrtle, of Madlsonville? Mr. Ed Johnson and wife, of Liver her son, Mr. James Plrt'o guests ot moro, were the, woek-en- d and family, of near town. Miss Ma'nle Bennett and Mrs. CharTaylor. Earl Shrove, of St. Louis, Mo Is lotte visiting Esqulro Losllo Combs nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankeushlp, Mrs. Combs, of near town. Messrs. Uen Taylor and Cal P. Koown .yesterday attendAre you trading with WILLIAMS were In Owcnsboro DUKE? If "ot you aro losing ing the fair. & money. Mk your neighbor. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., have a good and other lino stock ot the old reliablo Jones Fertili For luundorlng silks Get their prices fubrlca use Lux, or Ivory Soap Flakes. zer for wheat. buying. 10t4 & DUKE. t On salo at WILLIAMS is visiting bo-fo- re Make a new car out of your old one Mrs. Jesse Fuqua, of Greenville, AUTO ENAMEL. Wo was horo during the lattor part ot last by using ACME have a full lino In all shades. and relatives. woolc visiting friends OHIO COUNTY DltUQ CO. (Incorporated.) .. ii...., n,,nuor nt Pnntrnl CitV.. j 9t3 . . JUTS, nurij tu.w., horo with hor spent the week-en- d Wo aio going to cany anything parents, Mr. and Mrs. . u. uoiunn. you might want In Furniture, Hard'Groceries and Paint and will Try my cold drinks. They hrvo a ware, bo glad to show you 'our liuo before kick that will send that thirst you bliy. . incring. WILLIAMS & DUKE.' A. D. WHITE. Mr. Hoyt L. Taylor, with the South Misses Mnrlnm I, limns, of I). C , nnd Mao Mount of Frnnl:- - nrn H It Co., located In Toccon Ga.. fort, nro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Is expected to arrive hero about the 10th or 11th, to spend somo time with lilnck nnd family. his wife, who has been hero for sevMr. nnd Mrs. Sherman Chamborlln eral weeks. nnd son, Albert, of Owcnsboro, spent. here, the guests of .Mr. L Misses Giissyo Dennett, of Decatur, Inst week-en- d Alnbnma, Annlo Itao Carson, Martha J. A. Bulrd nni family. Pntc, Ntrine I'lack. Otis Howard ... For Side Oood fi room dwelling, Mini nl vinnii m,i imsicy composedi a pari largo hall. In first class con- nttendlng tho Owcnsboro Fair Wedwith nesday, from this place. dition nnd on n largo Ijt. L. T. (KELLEY) 1ULEV. 8t4 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hatcher, o' Henderson, returned tc their homo chilProf. A. P. Taylor, wife-andren, of Owensbjro, returned home Wednesday after having spent n week Saturday nfter spending a few days visiting Mrs Martha Ward and family, of Nocreek nnd Mr. W. O. hero with relative nnd other relatives of this plnco. Mr. H. A. llownn, wife and daughMisses Knllvo Harris. Mnrv.nnd , ter, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mllllgan and daughter, oMIeflln, attended tho fair Mnstor Jnmlo Ucan left hero Wedticr- .day for Akron, Ohio, where they go nt Owcnsboro, Wednesday. v to reside with their parents, Mr. and Messrs. John Wheeler, Ileny Dud- Mrs. Marvin Ucan, who hnvo been, in ley Walker and Marlon Crowe, left thd Ohio City for several months. Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, where they If you wcro bred In Old Kenttfck ', expect to find positions. get the Kentucky Thoroughbred bug Miss Hose Kthelyn Collllns, of near gies, we nave tliom anu wnnt you town and Miss Edna Ulack, of tho to look them over. Tho Farmer's HernltU-speSaturday nnd Sunday friend, '' J- - D- - WILLIAMS & S0N3, with friends in McHcnry. jiotn I'liones. iieavor uam, Ky. you hnvn't bep'i If you are hungry Mies Clarice Ward, who has a pc into that new restaurant operated b Ulon In tho Postoffice in Detroit, lately. For Casoblcr and Taylor Michlgai., hero yesterday meals that satisfy try them. morning to spend her vacation wlti i her parents, County Tax CommissionMr. W. E. McKcnncy nnd family, er D. E. Ward and Mrs. Ward, of of Beaver Dam, spent Saturday nnd near town. Sundny with their parents, lr. nnu Mrs. J. E. McKenney, of this place. ) FOR SALE 100 acres of coal rights, 2 miles west or Prentiss, For a quick meal at reasonnble on Rockport and Cromwell road. Will prices, go to that clean bright new trade for fully equipped Ford Car. restaurant, operated by Caseblcr .'i Must have starting system. Taylor. In the Old Hartford HouSe DR II. B. INWES, St5p Pleasureville, Ky. Mrs. Hrllln Dennett nnd daughter, Iva, of Livcrmore left for their homo We invite the public to Inspect our Wednesday, nfter spending a week new stock of Furniture, Rugs, Drugwith relatives hero and at Beaver gets, Stoves and Ranges, in fact anyT.v i. thing you may need to furnish yoTTr home. If you have not visited us r Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan, of Hef-Ili- our new location, come in and look ACTON BROS. and Miss Electra Carson, of this Us over. place, visited relatives at Logansport ' Cur For Sale Saxon Six, five pas- and Morgantown from Saturday un'songer, in gooe running order. Will til Tuesday. 'trade for N'o. 1 horse not over 5 or So many people from Hartford and G year- -' old, with balance in cash Will Have .both phones. vicinity have, or will attend the Ow- sell reasonable. MRS. WILLARD LAKE. cnsboro fair this week, we gave up Simmons, Ky. In despair, In trying to get a list of their names j Mrs. Martha Ward and daughter For Sale One farm of G7',& acres, 'Miss Savllla, Mrs. Annie Ward and near Itob Roy school house. For in- 'son Conrad, of 'N'ocreek; Mrs. Brlltu .Bennett nnd daughter. Miss IVa, of formation write to, iLivermore; .Air. nnd Mrs. G. W J. II. EMBRY, ' Hatcher, of Henderson were guests Beaver Dam, R. N'o. 3. Stf of Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, ;Miss Esther, of this place Tuesday. Miss De.sslo Gillespie, nurse at the Jewish Hospital, Louli-vllle- , For Sale Fine Winchester rlflo is spending her vacation 'here Mm. (22 calibre,) fitted with telescope of with her parents, Mr. and 4 diameters, making object at 100 Robert Gillespie and family. yards appear to bo only 25 yards. A Keystone Chapter N'o. 110, R. A fine present for boy. Can be seen M., will elect olucers for the ensulm at the Hub Clothing Store, Hartlord A. W. Logan, year at Its regular convocation next Hartford, iCy. .Tuesday, September 9. All mem-'he- rs 1012 i" re urgtd to be present. Messrs John and Coakloy Taylor The Woman's Benefit Association ""returned to their homo at Mac (if the Maccabees, will hold their reg- Sunday, after having spent tho week ular session at the K. of P. nnd Mason- end hero as guests of their sister, Mrs ic Hall, September 11.. at 7 p. m. All B. 11. Ellis and Mr. Ellis. Mr. Ellis. accompanied the Messrs. Taylor homo members urged to be present. nnd took In the Owcnsboro fair MonMr. J. C. Berry, who spent a few day, returning Monday night. days here last week returned homo ACTON B.ROS., announco to the Saturday. He was accompanied homo by Mrs. Berry who had been visiting public that they have finally gotten their big stock arranged so that rolatlves hero for a few weeks. their customers' every desire may b service will bo held nt promptly and satisfactorily obtained. An Don't forgot tho place, the big new Mt. Hormon Methodist Church, 14. Dinner will bo storo opposite the old Hartford Everybody House. served on the grounds. Invited to fill their baskets and "come. For Sulo One Rough River farm For Sale SO acres farm land. 4 lj 2 mlle.s north of Mantanzas, containmiles east of Hartford, near school ing 119 acres, 35 acres hill and bottom, timber sufficient Plenty of good ' water. house. for upkeep, now barn, good Dwelling and other buildings. dwelling and other F. T. 'JACOBS. Terms to suit purchaser. R. 2, Hartford, Ky. Stf H. O. COFFMAN, R. 1, Centertown,-vKvt4 Mrs. I). C. McCoy, of Norman, Okla., Is visiting her sons, Capt. C For Suit My hordboar, "Rockport B and Mr. Herbert Shown and her mother, Mra. W. C: Ambrose, of ,1cdo. Defender." No. 120597. A grandson old Also 3, Mih. McCoy will spend a mouth In of "Defondor." purobrcdsows, bred to him nnd du( Kentucky. to farrow November 1st. Also 20 owes from 6 months to 2Vfc years old. Crimson Clover,' 1919 seed, and guaranteed. Ask tho 2 brood mares and a 2 year old goldlng. . COUNTY AGENT. CHARLES HARREL, - We have a nice liuo ot Oil Stoves ' itockport, Ky. 8t4 and nanges. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Dr. Frank Bates and nleco Miss After taking over Mr. Ilor's exten- Garnet Cone, of Colgate, Okla uml sive- Hue ot furniture wo find that we Mrs. Bettie Bates Fill ley, ot Benton, need money worse than we do furni- Mo wero hero Wednesday night at ture, llenco wo hnvo decided tn tho Commercial Hotel. The visitors make a 10 per cent reduction on all wont out to look their old home plan Furniture, also on Oil Stoves &c. lover. Tljo placo, one milo beyond WILLIAMS & DUKE. ' iseua, Known as d.uis mih, wneru ur Frank Bates nnd Mrs. Flnley resided us about that John Deero with their father Dr. C. Bates, 10 Ask FULL POWER' hay press. You don't years ago. of havo to rarry iho'lmy tho Mr. J. S. Field und"wUo, of Owens-borthe stack. Put the press at the cenwere here last week, attending tlmo ot tho btack, thereby-bavlnter tho fair and meeting old frionds. Mr and labor. Field is a member of tho firm ot J. D. WILLIAMS & 30NH. I 1 't nt V n, I j i I ' all-da- y o, g KETS Where Your Dollar Buys Most That little letter last week was a biff squarely between the eyes for old H. C. L. Hundreds of people have come in and said: ''Vinson, go it; we are for you.M But don't think for a moment that the old gentleman, H. C. L.,. is down and out yet. Backed by powerful influences, such as credit and delivery, and pat you on the back and say, "John we'll accommodate you." He has so long fattened and feasted off the great masses of the common people that it will take a long pull, a strong pull, and all 'together to win. The volunteers are coming. H. C. Lrwill fight to the last ditch. ThePlace 99 J. T. Vinson & Son Beaver Dam, Ky. Farms For Sale 50Yi acres 2y2 miles from Hartford, good 1-- im- provements $60 per acre 28 3 acres 5 miles from Hartford, good improvements $1,500.00 56 acres 4 miles from Hartford, good improvements . . . . T. rr: $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 improvements $1,600.00 130 acres 6 miles from Hartford, bargain $1,600 54i acres 5 miles from Hartfordj extra good "land and improvements $4,500.00 50 acres 3J 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 61. 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 bargains we can sell you. If you want to buy or sell see .... ; i ...,.. -,, '- - H0LBR00K, PARKS & COMPANY FARMS H SALE 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, 2V 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. 3.. 102 acres, Sy2 miles from Hartford. 55 acres bottom, 47 hill. Good buildings. Two separate farms but join. Both for $7,000. 4. 130 acres, 4 miles from Hartford, 25 acres bottom, 25 acres woods, some hill which lays well. Good two-stodwelling. 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 bams, all under fence. Price $5400. 6. Only blacksmith shop in Horse Branch, also good dwelling and two acres very rich land. All tools and A bargain at equipment. Big trade. $1500. 'mmmimmi ry Out-buildin- gs. Baize . (EL ' Greep HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. & Co., ivho operat FARM FOR SALE. a loose leaf tobacco floor in Owens boro. Ho stated that his firm is I 49 acres one mile west of Duke- building nu addition to their ware- - hurst. Ten acres hill, rest tiled bot Good Improvmonts, throe house which will make it treble Its toms. present capacity. They will also room dwelling with two porches. havo a private railroad track Into ?75 per acre. For particulars so, W. K. HARDIN, tho'.r building ro that tobacco may bo Hartford, Ky., Routa X unloaded directly onto their floom. 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John of Leslie County, oldest man In tin world, Ik In Lexington today ns the Rtioitoftho Hoard of Commerce, and snw for tho first tlmo in his life n rhens. Next week ho will bo tho 'puest of the nine amps Pair Associa tion. Snell clnlniB to havo been hot 11 131 yonra ago and hns records to show that at least 110 years apo ho inndo his homo whoro ho now lives. He is accompanied by County Attnr- ...... tIV J Tl..l.M. r f. II m' 11 IIUIIVIIH, Llll'llll VjlL'l K J. fi Ashor and his ttimilinu 1irt.irii t.rwli1l,it.tMi. in. father served in the Revolutionary n War and he was n man when Napoleon met defeat at Water- 'Snell, HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. MclCcnney. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgu J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. F. Stevens. . FOItDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. (R. Jonci. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsstngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR!. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, 3. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, DIv. No. Ky. DIv. No. 3 II. L. Cnrtor, Narrows, Ky. DIv. No 4 Robort Goff, Roslne, Ky. Div. No. G Otis II. Stevens, BeavJ er Dam, Ky. DIv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-towKy. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday in February; let Monday In April; lit Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday in October; 1st Monday In Dcconibcr. County Board of Examiners 1919- E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May, 9 and 10 Common school LUoavcr Dam and Fordsvillo. May 1C nnd 17 County teachers (White) Hurtford. examination. May, 2.1 and 21 County teachers examination (colored) Hartford. Juno, 20 and 21 County nnd Stato teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvillo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and state tcachors' examination (colored) Hartford, 'let 1st 1st 3d Kroat-Ercat-nra- 1th Monday In March 1 J Com'th. and Civil. Monday in May 12 day Monday In July 12 Com'th. nnd Civil. Monday In September Civil. -- Monday In November Com'th. and Civil. days Civil. days 12 days 12 days 20. full-grow- the world nt any price! any cigarette in Mil nm liiiPlil!wi I1'! ''I j ' ""'I HWrW I'M1'1 ,: Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it is 50 new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! 1 f" 15 ftfX I,,;" fi H FI DEAD -- THEREFORE HE RE-ENLIST CAN NOT Soldier Says He's Alive Department Says No Pays Benefits San Francisco, Aug. 30. To try to" In Uncle Sam's army and then be told that you are dead Is the espeiience of Janles Q. O'Malley, of Plymouth, Cal. Although Col. T. E. Page, in chaige of army recruiting here, insists that O'Malley is alive and produces the man and his honorable discharge to support his contention, official Washington Insists that he is dead. Despite her lepeated letters informing the War Department that her ton is alive, Mrs. O'Malley, his mother, is receiving death compensation every month from tho government. O'Malley has been trying to for weeks, but has been unable to do so becauso tho War Dupaitment contends that he Is dead. lie learned for tho fourteenth time that ho was dead when he applied to the reciulting officer recently for st In making application for O'Malley requested assignment to San Francisco in tho motor transportation corps. In order to secure (pedal assignment Colonel Pago wired to tho adjutant general at Washington for this special dispensation and ho received this telegraphic re-Pl- y: "Request In regard to James Q. O'Malley not understood. This soldier deceased October 16, 1018." O'Malley has an honorable 'discharge given him at the Piesido here in April of this ear. Ho sorved overseas with tho 111th Engineers. All his letters to tho war risk insurance department asking them to discontinue his death compensation to his mother havo been of no avail. Washington insists that ho it dead anil his mother gets hor monthly check regularly. They waxed In size and benuty when 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Bnize-towthe beams Of our sun's unpitIng nth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvillo. beat; B. C. Rhoadee, HartCamets are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed pack Heio dusty drivers paused to rest 8Ui District ford, Route 5. afea of 30 c farcttea or ten package ,200 cigarettes) in a teams, their lasine-pape- r coiered carton We ttronflj recommend And cattle sought asheltcr from the HARTFORD. . this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. heat. Mayor J. E. Bean. N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Salem- , Clerk J. A. Howard. 1,1' .They statelier spread; when autumn's .Hi Police Judge C. M. Crowe. it'll 'l' 4 pageant came, Marshal E. P. Cnsebler. 'And all our valley donned its festal , ji HOCKI'OKT. dress, Ch'ra'n. Bonrd James Wilson. Rose forty pillars lit with crimson Clerk Hushing Hunt. . flame, waiting to be dumped on the world SCIENTIFIC SCORING Police Judge John T. Jackson. To stir man's spirit by their lovelimarkets at put prices. The German ness. Marshal Will Langford. FOR "BABY" AT FAIR government, he says, is of feting special inducements to manufacturers But jeais passed, and the farm fell in the form of subsidies to stimulate Mothers of nil kind nnd clues to a hind During the war the would rise up in production. wiath should any one A prosperous, pushing hind from manufacture of pianos in Germany ussert that pigs or pups were of moie overseas, continued without abatement but the importance than her own precious Who, with the full contempt that government refused to allow even its but until recent jears that was marks his kind, own people to buy them. As a con- exactly the attitude taken by the par- Felled In his blasphemy those forty sequence huge stocks of the instruenthood of the countiy. trees.. ments were accumulated, the object Great erne and bclentlfle study was being to flood foreign markets after devoted to the upbringing, develop- At times like that one's peaceful peace was signed. $LX ment und breeding of stock beeim-e- lt spirit lours was commercially productive, hut baby For the fierce justice of an elder day Di.iriohoca in C'hildicii. was allowed to Imitate Topsy and "Jos For the stern sense that trifled not rui ii i at i iiucu in Liuiuicii uuu j vui with wrongs. old or older you will find nothing, grow." In tonsequence many a Utile m rtsm ! ' body developed wrongly, Ills and evils And did not deem that punishment is better than Chamberlain's Colic and play. Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a hidden from the unskilled e.ve waved A Safe, dose of castor oil. It should be kep.. and grew apace and many a man or need, destroys a goodly at hand and given as soon as the first woman faied life heavily handicapped Who, save for Remedy for Worms tree, unnatural looseness of the bowels ap. by their patents' lack of vision. SeTent? Are feart cnntlnu Does mischief; and who wantonly pears. With the critade luauguiated by Ul i? nut ue t thA ltt tfftlmont&l ! may kill 1 FHKY'S KKMtrUdK caa offer Mr. Frank Do (Janno, In 100S at the Forty such trees does murder, and you. 59 Krrp a bottle always nn hand. Mothets' Health Congress of the It will hf li krrp tin liltU one TAFI'Y. should bo liappy anil healthy. 23c. a bottln at your drniy. Hanged forty fathom high on Gallovv (Ul a or general .tore. ; or It Schools are progressing nlc?ly Pi your dealer can't aupply you Hill. end hW name and iV. tu tUnnx this conrnunity. ami we'll eu4 yeu a bollla G. S. B. lu tho New York Tribune. promptly. S:ui-rB. C. Rhoads, with a crew E. & S. FREY of hands from hero, put in some MO. BALTIMORE bridges near the Daviess county Hue FOR FLETCHER'S this week. Mr. Ezra Baird and wife vlbltcd heio Saturdny and Sunday. Ira D. Funk and wife motored to AI.HKHT SAILS SKPT. 20 Kiiutthvllle Sunday, and spent the MY HEAD! day. Brussels, Aug. 30. King Albert, . When the jp Several from here hao been atQueen Elizabeth and Crown Prince head feels tending tho protracted meeting, at Leopold will leavo for America or Washington. September 20 and Soptember nehes, when , Ind., is here,. C. T. Funk; of 2 1 on board a United States warship. ono feels all on business. They will boaid tho vessel at Antts 1? very The llttlo 'on of Jean Oiler werp. perhaps a sick. Mrs. Henry Perdue left Thursday, tongue it for a short visit with rolathos In is the signal Illinois. that poisons m arc accumuKILLS HATS. lating in tho A Take Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camels quality! COUNTY COUIIT. Meets first Monday in each month. Judge Mnck Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. KOKTV MAl'LLS. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. A Yankee farmer fourscore enrs ago Superintendent E. S. Howard. Set forty maples by tho highway- Jnller Worth Tlchonor. sido; Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Twenty tnll saplings stood In either Burvejor C. S. Moiloy. row; Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Tho farmer viewed them with a silent pride. FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday In April and They grew apace; thcro children October. schoolward bound District Ed Shown, Hartford, Loitered in spring to pick blood-roo- t Ilouto 3. How ers ; 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, .BeavThere many a bird found sanctuary er Dam. ground, 8rtl District Q B. Brown, Slmmoni. And laborers refuge from the sudden 4th District G. W. Howe, Center-towshowers. loo. n, It n. n. 18 cents a package mid-suiutn- XI I ii ii !h Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute. 10 Sept., nnd 20 County State teachers' examination, Hartford. and (white) Sept. 2C and 27 County and Stnto anchors' examination (colored) Hart ford. Mothers use WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL. REMEDY frevS TT i Vefiiffi ed iui uieuLuurti ue Autu Iff S3 n feeling, A quick relief for thai tired, coucht, paint in cbeit. nl(ht awcatt. hemoi " iharci, weak lunca or consumption. If It deea not belp yen II coals you naininf. lirr OHIO MEDICAL CO. A Treatment WEAK (or LUNGS or CONSUMPTION FOR ONE MONTH Lock box COLUMBUS' O eie. V Children Cry Succeed when everything else falls. In nervoui prostration and female 'cakncsse they arc the auprcin remedy, at thousands hnve testified. iftrs a drufi(jis"8 eotrio ever acid CASTORIA It is the best medicine over '! FOR KIUNHY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE counter. uimjutgnni uujanaiH thick rEvery Woman Wants! out-of-sor- coated Kf?Milir7slWn3Kl FOR PERSONAL. HYGIUN2 Has rstrinJmary rlraimn? and tho old und mice that's reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in cakes no mixing with other food. Your money back If It fails. 2Cc size (1 cako) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Collar. 50c sizo (2 cakes) for Chicken IIouso, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all storagu farm and "It Must llae Keen Dead At Least 0 buildings, or factory buildings. Months Hut Didn't Smell." Sold and guaranteed by J. t Case-ble- r, "Saw a big rat in our cellar last Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug Fall." Wiltes Mrs. Joanny, "und Store, Williams & Duko and Walker bought a 23c cako of Myttle. broke It up Into small pieces. Last week while moving wo camo across Head What V. S. Dept. of Agriculture the dead rat. Must have been dead Sii)H About What Two Huts Can Do p fix months, didn't smell. According to government figures, Is wondetful." Thteo sizes, 25c, 50c, two ruts breeding continually for 3 1.00. years produce 350,709,482 individual Sold and guatanteed by J, F. Caso-bie- r, rats. Act when you see tho first rat, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug don't wult. P is the surest, Store, Williams & Duko, and Walker (ileanost, most convenient exterminator. No mjxlug with other foods. m Drys up aftor killing loaves no PIA.NOS I'OH SALi:. Hinell. Cats "or dogs won't touch It. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso-blo- r, A prominent British piano mrnu-LuturActon Bros., Taylor's Ding leportb tin about lS.OO'i Storo. Wllllnms &. Duko, and Walker jiaLus are being hold lu Gorman) Myrtle. RAT-SNAP, HAT-SNAP, Rnt-SnuHAT-SNAV-rt- lo. ci Skin Affections are usually more thnu "skin deep." Sufferers from skin affections have found the longed-fo- r relief iu These ror system, nnl bhould bo at once. Unsolved in water for douche utopp pelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflammation. Recommended Ly Lydia E. F'inkhnm Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nnml cularrh, ore throat nnd tore eye Economical. power. aituA ToJr I Coniipy. l)j.luo. Kim. cleaned out VP'"., tP J ' I -- 1 1'tioto by CuilcL Studio, Louliv Ills. Louisiana State Fair begun, however, iiioi-- t Important movement to glvo to (he human Infant the same fatud.v that hud been f(ir)ei" accorded to the nulinulb nnd aver the country swept the splendid movement vvhlih Inauguiuted ltub It's' Health Contests und Congiees tit Stuto and County Kentucky Fairs und Impositions. adopted the Innovation In HUH und Instituted the lllht Babies' Health Contest that ear at the Kentucky .Statu Fair. The Idea met with the Instant approval nf rural mid city mntheis and the contest was one of tho most vital and Interesting features of tho entliu exhibition. It bus giown lu Inteicst ami will again fioiu M'iibon to beat-obe one of the big fea lines of the I(!r II. - Fur Iitfui iiintlnn In September ut to entry .blanks, classes and examination write fur catalog to Stnto Fount T. Kieiuor, buue Fulr u n 8-- 1 flfiVOBlfr "The Waterway to Health" An American Medicinal Mineral Water, bottled at the ' spring, without any conden'Not a sing or fortifying. drastic cathartic but a mild alterative and reconstructive. . 64Doses$1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in a glass of water Prescribed by physician for constipation, indigestion, rheumatic high blood alTections, pressure and hardening of the arteries. tn prcicrlption your ft ffom nr at iliyi- vnlff mil tree hfSL-J- j ' uookict oil request. The Devoniin Mineral Spring Co. druBBlM (Incorporated) 001 Hepiiblle-biilldln- I.oulavlllv, Ottcnslioro, Ky. Feci rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay oil from worlc for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - Ver-Lo- x keeps yotf on your feet, whilorcliovingyour troujh' o. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses by tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Take castor oil, or procuro ut in its effect und certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Lio- - Ve Lax win tho drug store, n pleasant vegein table laxative, called Dr. Pierco'n completely displaco calomel frt?elveverj nii3 home. i Children cun toko it Pleasant Pellets, composed of J with jierfect safety. Every bottlo uunr- May-appl- e, aloes and jalap, anteed. COc and $1 in bottles Non ' Kenuino without tho likeness and sign, iuiy ut x uru;euyt 1'ur buio uy r ll.titfoal Itriiubllvmi, ?1.30 icr jenr J4 H, W1LLIAA1B, . HiLrttor KS can be best' ascribed to out- own neglect or carelessness. When tho organs fail iu tho discharge of their duties, the putrefnetivo germs set in und generate toxins actual poibons, v.'hich fill one's own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing of the face, cxtremo lassitude, biliousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of tho stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, anemia, loss of weight nnt muscular power, decrease of vitality or lowering of 'resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of tho eye, dyspepsia, indigestion, gastritis, many forms of catarrh, asthma, ear affections nnd allied ailments result from Auto-intoxicati- on - USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles qE Constipation. ! -- f FARM DEPARTMENT. bo put Into tho barn, it t Aiiii'rlciin Ituffulo liicrcnxo Sevenfold helfors, 0 horses nnd 1 Ilcrkshlro hoar Provision Is mnilo In tho 1920 Agr- pig arrived In Now York from Engp icultural npproprlntlon net for tho land on tho steamship Michigan, ac- "I Spent $1 on and Saved Secretary o' Agriculture to glvo buf- cording to tho United Stntcs Depart(ho I'rlre of a Hog." Included In tho falo to municipalities nnd public in ment of Agriculturo. James McQulrc, famous Hog Ilnls-o- r utitiillons from nny surplus which shipment wero 70 yearling lnnibs of of Now Jersey says, "I ndvlso ovory niny exist In tho Iionls now nndor tho Hampshire, Cotswold, nnd Suffolk farmer troubled with rats to uso control of tho Department of Agricul- breeding, whlo tho cows woro mostly Tried everything to got ls ture. In orrinr to nld In tho propa- Guernseys nnd Jorscys, all of tho rid of rats. Spent $1 on being pttro breds purchnscd for Figured tho rats It killed, saved tho gation of tho species, tho Mil provides' P Hint nnlmnla mny ho lent to or ex- tiso ns foundation stock nnd in Im- price of a hog." comes changed with other owners of Amorl proving tho herds of United Stntes in cako form. No Tnixlng with other This shipment of llvo food. Cats or dogs won't touch It. can bison. No provision is mndo to breeders. give them to Individuals, nnd only stock is ono of tho first which has Three sizes, 2ic, COc nnd 1.00. ono mny he Riven to each municipality reached this country from tho Drltish Sold nnd guaranteed by J. F. Caso-blo- r, Isles slnco tho outbreak of tho war or puhllc ltiRtlttitlon. Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug This provision Is mnilo hocausc of nnd marks tho resumption of llvo Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker the surplus hulls In some of the De- Btock trndo between tho two countries Myrtlo. ' partment of Agriculture's buffalo which wns abruptly curtailed by the o hurds, particularly tho ono In thu activities of tho TO HI? OX KIIIXK COMMISSION Wlchltn Nntlonnl Forest nnd- - Clnino HopiHM'iIocr. Frcsorvc, In Oklahoma, nnd hecnuso Under the provisions of tho pence the department Is Hearing thu realiNo modem Implement of wnrfare treaty signed by Germany, Switzerzation of tho first stugo in tho preser- .terrorizes tho enemy more than the land and Hollnnd have each two revation of tho species tho acquisi- hopper-dozerto presentatives on tho commission tv built according tion of nt l.ono lmnil of buffalo plnns recommended by the United have chntgo of tho navigation of tho liy tho tioverni'ient. States Department of Agriculture, Hhlno river. This commission will Ton bush- come Into being hIx months fter the There nic approximately 7,000 terrorizes grasshoppers. liuffalo in North America. Canada els of grasshoppers were oap'ured In treaty goes Into effect. An agreehas something over .1,500 and the tn-t- two hours on one farm In Morgan ment with Holland gives Switzerland nunihcr In the United States Is County, Ind., by tho use of a hopper tho right to navigate tho river with more than .1,000. This Is about seven doer built by tho county uer.t In nil the privileges, attending such navi limes tho number In the United Staler order to control a serious outbreak of gation. o In 1S8D, when the first buffalo cen- tho posts. Continued use of ;he has resulted In the control jf DOCTOIC. HA VS. MKNDK.MI.WjIAS sus was taken. Individuals In tho CIIIMj TOXIC IlKST SUHSTI-TCTt'tiited Stntcs own approximately '2,- - vast hordes of the Insects whir, i have FOIt (jl'IXIXI?. douo consldenbl J ilanuge on mnuv '00 of the 'otal number lr this couuThe atelier try. There are eight Government farms in the fioi.r.'ry J. S. Wells. M. I). Wcidners, Ark, hurds, six of which aro under the is about 15 fe"( long and 0 feet hl;;h rnntrol of tho Department of Agr- Near the bottom ! a trough loin.lnu' writes: "1 have been practicing in iculture. Tho largest herd In till?, Into n big scrcon cage at tho back. 'Arkansas 20 years and constantly pre- country is In charge of the Iuterio Tlio device was drAwn by two horse Hcrlbo McndeuhnU's Chill and Fever Uepattmcnt. anil Is located In the over a cloved field after tho crop had Tonic wlicro quinine Is contra-lnd- l Yellowstono National Park, wlicro been cut. Tho agent reports that at caled for children mid adults with where, oththon aro about 450 bison. Tlio times the pests wero so thick as they weak stomachs. It they ers fail." We make chill tonic in SinlthHlnnnn institution now lias n Jumped into the catcher that herd of 18 at the Nntlonnl Zoological presented the appearance of a cloud. two forms, one which contains in Complete directions for building nnd arsenic and one with red label con Purl., Washington. IX (! The first herd of buffalo under tho operating a hopperdozer will bo fur- taining 20 minims Fowler's Solutiov nished by tho United States Depart- of Arsenic to each fluid ounce. Chill Department of Agrlnultmc wn.s tonic with arsenic. Is Indicated in t iblfshed In M0C on the Wichita Nn ment of Agricutlurc. chronic malaria anaemia (bloodless; tional Forest and Game Preserve The uouiili. liuiuuvi-- lUB rrlgiual herd cons'. "ted of 1! anluiaU. rmnilv ApiI M,.rrlu fWnn rV.nn " it lAtl nm ' df HlA lilrwwl' ikIiah unniiltlHT "'"-"' ," ", the gift of tho New York Zoological ty, sends tho following interesting i; Arsenic I from malarial Influences. Society, nnd this had now Increased report: to more than 100 uulmnls without Community Meet- - ,,,,8 useful in scaIy skhl eruptions and "The throe-da- y 01ll nny outside additions. Ing recently held In Owen County wn cn,.on,c L'czoma- - So11 ty Drug Company. Imn decided success. It especially Two New Ilrnlt KslntilMieil. Two herds have been established In pressed the peoplo with the Imnort- GKRMAXS SKKKIXG TltADK and I he past yoar, one In Sullys Hill I'nrlc, anco of a Farmers' Organization North Dakota, tho other in the PIsgah has mndo possible somu effective orA number of officers and soldiers National Gamo Preserve, North Caro ganization work ln tho county. Sat- - 'recently returned from tho occupied Una. The other hords supervised by eral farmers have said to tho County legions of Germany have been arrestthe Department of Agriculturo are 'Agent, "Wo must have a Farm ed for trying to sell German drugs, at onco," and another farmer Jewelry, thermometers, cutlery 'oci'ted In the Montana National Bison and Knnge; the Niobrara Reservation. Ne- paid, "Come down Into our communi- bicycles to French merchants. Gamo ty and oiganlzo us. We need and braska; and tho Wlnd-Cav- o showed that thete men Ivani to get a road down there. ' Pr "serve Pikoia wero acting as ngents for German con Tho plan of tho department Is to cerns which are seeking to find marCorn. Poor Shocks Wn-.t- e establish nt least 10 herds, widely kets In Franco for their products. As a nation we waste enough corn distributed, In order to prevent tl oChaiiibcTl.iln's Couh ltemedy spread of any contagious disease, to supply- - several European nntions Thls Is not only one of tho best and should it become uncontrollable In with bread. Much of this waste is most efficient medicines for coughs, j nj of the herds. duo to poor shocking. Corn Is put into shocks for the colds, croup and whooping cough, but Whero live stock is a fnctor on tho I'm pose of protecting the stover and Is nlso pleasant to take, which Is most and train from rain or snow until It important when a medicine Is to bn farm, mnko every flold hog-tigChambersheep-tighhave thoroughly good dries and can be husked and stored given to young children. lain's Cough Ileincdy has been in usf. permanent pastures; grow legumin- Hy a llttlr- ram In building tti ous crops; build a silo, and keep on',' nnd In tying them high near their for many years and has met with puro-bre- d males. Theso llvo thing.' tops ood protection ibaffo. cod both much favor whereever Its good qualiIf the stalls of ties have Many become Known. nre absolutely essential In the econ- r;raln ..i.d stover production of live stuck. Of .ach ynload d i n ' slant hi '.nos mothers havo given It their unqualifiomical Wm. Scruby, course- this program calls for sonic done high up near the top, the shock-I- ed endoisemcut. very apt to twist. Tying near th Mo.," writes, "I have raised nnd expense, but tho permanent labor condition of prosperity in the section 4 middle does not prevent twisting, three children, havo always .used Cough Remedy and Chamberlain's k production Is tying near the top does. devoted to Kf'ual dUtrlbuMon of the nrmlondft found It to be thebest for coughs, proof of the good profit derived of roi-i- i around n shock is imnortnnt. colds nnd croup. It Isnleasant to A nil thr' take. .in, ml .MolvlKiitlAn Doth adults and children like stalks slanVig townrd tho center, It. My wife and I havo always felt Prep.ire.GIIts Xow For Spring Hicrd-In- forms a conical storm-proo- f shock, safe from croup with It lit the hou.s having each cornstalk acting ns a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy conHelp the gilts now to develop and brace to hold the shock erect. With tains no opium or other narcotic, ui get In condition for breeding noxt more wolght of corn on ono side than spring. Hy early August, in practiTAXES DUE. on the opposlto side, tho shock Is cally all sections of tho country, tho likely to lean or go down. Twisted Stato, County and Common school you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll gilts farrowed Inst spring and selected nnd down shocks are difficult to tax bills, for tho present year havo for fuluro breeding work aro all all right, if you'll to husk. As such shocks boon placod In my hands for collechandle and woaned and reiJdy to bo primed for ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and do not shed wntor, both grain und tion Cash is needed with which to next season's work. ' pay running expenses. Come and stover often spoil. nail some Prince Albert for packing! A brood bow to be conditioned Good shocking Is such a simple get your tax bill while It may be properly should bo In such flesh at appealing all along the smoke line. matter that It receives little attention. orocured at cost. Just between ourselves, you breeding tlmo that she will gradually Experienced corn S. A. BRATCHER, cutters usually never .will wise-u- p Men who never before could to Increase her weight aecWrdlng to nor- build good shocks. Inexperienced Sheriff of Ohio County. until you can call a pipe smoke a pipe and men who've mal and natural development from help m often feels disinclined to take by its first name, then, to hit Iho smoked pipes for years all testify V. S. MAIIi ARRIVES. that period until tho ditto of farrow- instructions regarding such simple you land square to the delight it hands out I P. A. ing. In ordor to maintain her in de work, and If of uninterested, careloss The first unconsored mail from tho t nUnlilrt nn il It I tt ulin titimt oil li on that U. S. slnco war was declared arrived can't bite or parch I Both are ' ' dispositions, an. experienced person plied with plenty of protein. Whole Prince Albert I in Germany n fow days ggo. Some cut out by our exclusive patented should work with them and muko is an excellent oats fed In n process 1 Well, sir, you'll be so suro that tho armloads aro properly of tho letters were wrltton months growing gilts. In addinutrient for happy you'll want to get a photosupervision, and oven years ago and others woro placed. Without such Right now while tho goingjja tion, the young females should have Inexporlenced help graph of yourself breezing up the often proves much of comparatively recent date. good you get out your old ji access to good forugo crops such as pike with your smokethrottle wide than no help at all. Very "Mrs. Keiii'h Tolls How She Got To pipe or the papers and lai nlfulfa, clover, rape, ryo, or any of woibo poorly built shocks afford no protecopen ! Talk about smoke-spo- rt I some P. A. for what Know small grains. A small altho other tion; on the contrary they hold wator, Quality makes Prince Albert so "Havo always feared rats. Lately particular smokeapf lowance of corn Is also advisable. prevent drying and thereby hasten noticed many on my farm. A neighShorts or middlings can bo fed with and increase tho waste of food. Yoa bay Prlnc Albtrl 99ryuhr tohaeco U MotJ. ToppyrtJbatt. Jj " combinabor said ho Just got rid of droves with success. A considerable liayrta lin$, hanatomm pound and half pound tin humidor aM o This fall each Individual should that cla$ty, practical pound crystal ttaiw humidor with 900mm This started mo thinktion, recomondod by specialists of tho prevent wnsto of food by good shock- Coprrlfht lilt moulinir tup that mttpt thu lew ceo in tncA porfuct conditio. H. j. ittrng i.IgUtco Co. mysolf. It United States Denurtnlent of Agrl- - !.. n.1 n n nnAummia Mrfiotn inn be ing. Tried RAT-SNA-P ..... ! "B n ...lv,,ra "" ....... w w- fkilled 17 and scared tho rest away." R? Ji Reynold Tobacco Company, Winston-Sa- l CUIUIIU, luuo.oio l . v,..o. ! uj w. u ol.not-- I..I.I 1IJUHI.-UP comes lu threo sizes, 25c, shorts or middlings, on la u.,.nlln,l or go down, ithey should bo husked cafeteila stylo, corn In limited quan and stored boforo tho grain and sto- GOc 11.00. cruiser. Official dotills aro withheld a3 the Dreadnaught, Sold and guaranteed by J, F. Caso-ble- r, LAUNCH WOKMVH LAHCKST titles, and succulent pasture ad llbt ver commence to spoil. WAUSHIP IX NOVtiMUKIl but tho Hood will have a displace- years ago revolution!! Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug turn. ment of not less than 40,000 tons, of the world. Store, Williams & Duke, aud Wulker Gilts should not bo allowed to fatLondon, Aug 30. Tho world's which is 12, GOO more thnn the Queen TAKK TIMK BY FORELOCK. Myrtlo. ten materially, as ordinarily a fat largest battleship, H. M. S. Hood, Elizabeth, flagship of the Urltlsh Remember your seed corn now. Re-th- o l'or u Weak sow Is a poor breedor and mother. On which will bo launched In Novombor. fleet, and the new vessel will be some call thodast two seasons and tho time n gilt other hand, a The great relief aff the qualities of a dreadnaught and of 900 feet long. which is not allowed to store up sur- - and money required to secure seed Is unlquo as a warship, slnco It blends com which could bo depended upon to The Hood's armament consists of berlaln's Tablets In plus avoirdupois makes a satisfactory n good stand a fast cruiser. Tho Hood type grow eight of vigorous guns, which sho can casos has fully proves t For Infants and Children lrood sow for tho following 'year If produce "Tako time by tho forelock" out of lessons learned at the battle bring Into action at a speed of about of this preparatloa com'l- - plants. she is properly handled, othrr For Years of Jutland. thirty-eigstomach and Impairs miles an hour 'd eo into the field to select seed In Us bears tions being equal. Always Tho Hood will havo all the gun ns soon ns tho corn has matured. Trials of the Hood aro keenly many cases this re the I power and stout protection of the awaited, for It is believed this type permanent and the Dou't put this work off because Signature of Llvo-Stoc- k Illumed. droadaaugut and all the speed of a, of vessel will prove an ephoc-iaakin- g beon completely rests cows and wheat muat be sown or tobacco must Recently 378 sheep. Ill Itnt-Hiin- Next season's corn crop will depend on first-clas- s seed selected In tho field and then especially housed during tho winter months. 444444444 CALL ON US IIAT-SNA- nnl-ntn- HAT-SNA- IIAT-SNA- s, Ht are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. nl BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, de-vlc- a- &c in stog: K have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. a a Hartford Printing Company t : : i I " '""'"" 1 '' t HARTFORD, KENTUCKY llu-roa- u- -- t; - Chil-llcoth- e. live-stoc- g. SAY, .Msssss&mwmw re solf-fcod- cr all-fir- ed Rnt-Siiu- p. Vs v RAT-SNA- P. "" "'" "' 'mjy RAT-SNA- well-grow- CASTOR rA Ovr 30 16-in- ht C2Us&i TWIXT THE HOT ' "ons ; m : 10 BE SISTERS ion-P- && ,, f ANU cc! dtA BROTHERS UNO Tfl WdRLIl CHILDREN brothers and ulster to Kcntuckians of All Parties IITTM-- children of tho world what the school boys "Watching With Interest For 'and girls of America are going Endorsement of Stanley to bo called from now on. The Junior STATE DEMOCRATS TO THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford car can well he called the "people? MEET Convention Is Called for September 4th at Louisville Hard Task to "Point With Pride." every Observing Kontueklnns of party are quick to discern that tho delegates to the Democratic State convention called to meet In Louisville, September 4, will tlnd themselves b twocti the hot place and the ocean s depths when It come to "we point with pride to the olllchil acts of the llliistr'otis Augustus Owsley -, Stanley, even continuous streams and the Planting with a pain drill, during Our beloved s.nndurd beareseed is protected until it readies bis ollleltil administration ns governor instead of with a broadcast of this great Commonwealth," etc. the bottom of the furrow. seeder will cause 'you no more The Democrats know that the Stair considerably less, work, in fact, ley iuhnlnitrntlon, Instead or curbing That is why a field planted and in a short lime the saving (it'll the pioinlsc made to the people in with a Van Brunt Drill makes e previous iidtiitiiKtru-tion- s in seed will pay for the drill. Ulin, such a pleasing appearance to e.pemlllure ot III the reckle That, in itself, is sufficient the eye and why it adds extra the people's mouej. reason why wc want you to see They ulo know that Clovernor ISInck money to your bank account. Brunt Grain since his elevat'oii to the olllce b.is the John Dccrc-Va- n grain i3 ready for All of the not done a single thing to improve Drill. wc have en display. There harvest at one time. There are condition. II.-- , ihlef regard since apply only nre other reasons that no bare spots in the field and the gubernatorial duties wa to to the Van Brunt. This drill get himself nominated for governor. you can feel absolutely sure has a patented, adjustable gate Will the Stanley adiiiinlstratlon be that no seed is wasted in plantendorsed at I.oulvllle? force feed that successfully ing. Ccmc in and let us show Kepnrt has It that It will be handles any size seed from alfalfa you how easy it is to regulate die the Hon. A. O. himself hath so to bearded oats without chokflow of seed so that an equal decltued In no uncertain terms. ing. If the Stanley administration l enamount is placed in each furrow dorsed, the Republican- - bae a n:fi-- ' moving a lever regusimply The force iced compete thi load of the tlnest kind of auiniuniilon lates the quantity sown. seed to leave the grain box in with which to puncture It. adiiilnNtratlou Is not If endorsed, the Republicans have nor of aninninltlou only the wagon-loaj but' nlso the additional proof that the NEW EDUCATIONAL I Democrats are ashamed of their p.irtv 9 ' I Beaver Dam, Ky. leaders. The em1orement of the Stanley adi IDEAS ANNOUNCED t JIOTII PHONES, ministration will be a bitter pill f.n thinking Democrat of the slate, the while n refusal to endorse will, It is the 'Opening of the apparent, not be tolerated for a moterm this fall the the gang, of political ment b. ivy ra r HUTit U iliTi'inwnmwni Itod Cross will be iiiiw inn in ii ill miii ii ri"imw in at the hvad of the state m i d with two new chine. phases of xflucatioii. The first Is the Internationalization JUST "ED," ZSZZrKS jMurrensagai BSAgjg';iaiaaicaasa The other Is of general education. V- s the providing of scholarships for dill by .i The following tribute, written nnd -soldiers, Kciitucklnn, to Kilwlu I'. dren of disabled to attendsailors of schools marines whq wish candidate f" Morrow, Itepublkan, k I governor of this state, will strike a tho Federal Hoard for Vocational EduIn the heart of cation. . responsive chord every man, woman and child of If The closer Interrelationship of acquaintance In Kentucky who kno' resulting from the war, is makSaves him and love him a "Jut Ed:" ing necessary, among children every"Personality Is a wonderful thins. where an understanding of the social. Some people believe that It Is decommercial situations veloped. Dut It Is an Inherent quality Industrial andnow and as they will be Lalley Electric Light is actually a farm Some people as thej exist comes of nature. that economy. believe, too, that It I to be counted apt to develop": Tho teacher who keeps In touch In term of gain : that personality Is a is an economy because it saves both thing strictly to be capitalized. They witli Junior lied Cross activities will also are In error. Thoe who believe have, this rail, a monthly bulletin that labor and time. they have developed personality and will contain true stories of conditions are" twins this suppoed personality is an economy because, on the other nnd Incidents over the world and will soon Hud themselves for make her geography and history hand, it gives better light for work which branded as shammer and as a artists. The fact Is this: There lessons as live and Interesting stories must be done before daylight or after Is no such thing ns developed per- motion picture. These bulletin dark. Peronnllty Is an Inborn nnd articles are specially prepared to sonality. quality, a tjilng of beauty. It brings givo a basic understanding of the power are always ready, at the Light and forth the best possessions of a man. world as It Is In tho process of change It reveals him as he Is. lowest possible qperating cost. today. "I point to 'PM' Morrow I cannot In order that fatherless boys and is a fact that Lalley savings do pay Its call him by any other name. The very moment be stepped before me, girls may have an education that will way. thrust out his warm right hand and re- fit them for taking care of the famllv leased that happy smile of his, I felt dependent upon them, the Juniors myself In a new presence. I'mler-stan- d will try to provide a scholarship for me, this was not In time of cam- tho uso of the orphans of men who paign, mill battles of the ballot woro have died In service far from my thuught and hi. He iui-- , An Innovation In school courses this pressed me us a man who loved every year Is First Aid. which will be taught living creature one of these men you like to think about and read of In by physical dltectors and other teachbooks. He seemed to me a man who ers who havo taken the courso and loved everything good and right ami have qualified as an Instructor. just, and shunned everything that was o otherwise. NOT .IT : A. M. ibis "I have watched Keiitiieklan since then, and I have learned to know that my first Impres"Isn't it pleasant to see a light In sion served we well. I have learned the window as you draw near home." 1 El SWITCH J LIGHT LALLEY W STARTS V to admire Eil Morrow Just for the sake ' Not at 3 a, in." of the man hlmcLf. Ed Is 1CKAI.. C a oppresses It. I have watched That him with other men. I have seen ItlOTIXn AT CHEMNITZ. Lalley Light is a complete unit engine and them, meeting him, fall under that generator with 16 cell storage battery It eupphes ample electricity lor lights, warer magic speil of his personal (diarm Jut r, Troops stationed at Chemitz, about pump, washing machines, sweeper, as I did, and not one of them fuels tanning mill, iron, etc for him less admiration than I, It 40 miles southwest of Dresden, woio takes no word from him for them attacked and overpowered by a mob LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION thut he wants to bo of citizens a few days ago. Horse.i to uiiilri-stam- l called DETROIT, MICHIGAN. U. S. A. ".' J, ..r, I have learned that the which tho soldiers were riding wore people of the city and the country, slaughtered and their flesh was dislabor, sates money. the motiululns anil the valley, share tributed to tho crowd. Urged on by Jatkq Jl&ht saves alike In their attachment for Ed. I Spartacau agitators, tho mob stormed used to wonder whnt his marvelous pripersonality Indicated of the man, and tho railway station and then tho communists I have learned. Itehlnd that sunny, son, releasing several companionable disposition there Is i confined there. Telegrams wero sent, wonderful mind. And that brings me to Dresden demanding bettor food, to the quality I atlmlru most In him. lifting of martial law and tho It Is his f:ccn sense qf, right nml tho Ky. wrong, and I know that when he puts withdrawal of tho troops.,. - Soma D'i It to work In n very short while ns persons wcro killed during the disgovernor of this great Commonwealth turbance. we all lovo 'so deeply, Kentucky Is go1'AMOL'S SCIENTIST IIKAI). eurofk neau ruin. ing to experleuco nit awakening thut I.IVIA, ItOUTK a. will he n revelation. Ernest llaeckel, noted professor of Spunking In parliament tho othc-da"TKit's the kind of u man 'Ed' Is." Lord Ilobert Cecil said thut reSeveral from this placo attended Zoology, died at Jona u fow days ago cent developments madu him fear tho party a'. .Mr. Robert Walsh's. l'rof. Hueckel attained International night. that Europe was on tho verge of a REPUBLICANS AROUSED fame before the war ly his research financial I dlsabter of Incredible, magniMrs. Minnie Prlco and daughter, of work suppoitlng the theory of ovoltt-tlo- tude. Conditions in Italy, ho said, with ,Owonsboro, spent tho week-otHo was strongly opposed to the looked exceedingly dark. Squandor- - Visitors to State Headquarters Report violatives at this place. Widespread Activity All Over Idealism of his native country and ho jing money by anyone at this time la Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Wlgglutou and Kentucky. encountered harsh criticism fur a r. crime against tho country, ho added. I little son, Wllllo T., spout Sa tut day work published In 191G on God and mm night and Sunday with Mr. Wllllo According to reports from every sec- Wimp and family, of Southerluud. the Immorality of the soul. In l'JIG AKSKSSM HXT NOTUJK tion of Kentucky, the Republicans of lio camo out with a circular condemnMiss Carrie Mao Wigglntou left the sltito are thoroughly aroused to ing Chancellor von Ilethmann Holwog To tho taxpayers ot Olaton and tho Importance of polllpg a big vote Sunday, for Whitesvlllu, where she for his conduct of affairs, particular- .Sulphur Springs districts. I or ono at tho election Novenmer 4. has accepted a position as olerk in a Visitors to stato headquarters on the store, at that place. ly his attitude on Uolglan neutrality of my deputies will bo at Olaton, tro the Republic building In and his submarine warfare policy. jltlth and at Sulphur Springs the 12th third tloor of few steps from tho There was qulto a little oxcltotneut n LouUvlllo, a Early In 1918 ho published another of September, for the purpouo of as Hotel, are bringing In reports at Mt. Carmel church, Sunday afterpamphlet attacking tho German pio-Til- ses8lng all taxpayers within said dis- of widespread activity among tho Re- noon when tho airplane passed over. publicans In a determined effort to (or their false Idcal'sm which he tricts. , Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert King and win Kentucky to Republicanism this ! termed tho greatest dinger to tho na. D. E. WARD. little daughter, of Dell's Run, spont fall. . Hen's cxlutouce. Tax Com'r,, Ohio Co. Sunday with relatives at this placo. An Easy Way to Get Bigger Grain Yields with Less Seed -- otit.-bon- Membership department of the Red Cross has a plan which will gather them all Into, this relationship. Even the smaller kiddles will be Included. In certtrnl Europe 200,000 children nre starving 75,000 are hungry and homeless In Petrograd alone. Sixty per cent of the membership fees nro to be sent to National Headquarter for a National Children's Fund to relieve suffering throughout the world. In America, In smaller numbers, thero nre children In need of help. Theso unfortunates are not to be forgotten while the orphans of France and Belgium are receiving aid. The remaining forty per cent of tho Junior fees, ns well as any additional money raised by tho school children, Is to be expendedfor community activities. Under this head there aro many classes. Crippled children are to be found In almost any town, anil th Juniors will belli them to buy crutches or artificial hayds and legs. I.lttle folks In need of hospital or medical care will have American lied Cross Juniors ready to foot tho bills If tho fathers aren't able to pay tho expenses. Junior auxiliaries villtry to furnish diversion for tho children who llvo In Th-orphanages and for the shut-ins- . Ideal of thf organization Is to cstab Huh International understanding and good will among all children; to provide motives for purposeful school activities, and to carry out Ideals and habits of service. car," because there are more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four to one of the nearest follower in the motor car industry. This would not be so if the Ford car bad not for sixteen years proven its superiority in service, in durability, and iti the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, so simple in construction that anybody and everybody can safely drive it. 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