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The Hartford republican: September 12, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919091201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 12, 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. ENORMOUS ROARS OF I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY" Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919. School TnchorH' Certificates, for the .OHIO COUXTV HOY your, will ho held hero Friday and CITED No. 11 SERIOUS AUTO WRECK FRUITS OF SPEEDING UFI PflMF flRFFT HFnil! .Is tho recipient and possessor of two Dear Tlnsluy: I was gravely dls ontiro assemblage, tho convention ad- citations earned during the lato war, nppolntcd at not seeing you over for Journey to meet with Concordat Con on the battle-field- s of Franco, on nc - itho fair. I took your nbsenco po.'- - cord church on the fourth Sun'day in Six Soldiers Badly Hurt In New York Does Homage To count of bravery and distinguished Eonnlly to heart. It 'pcared like you October, next. (Note Wo nre indebted to Mr. attachment (Conduct. The first citation Is as fol- - doubted my I'ythlan-llk- o Pershing Refuses To Car Smash Near Ito put you next. Slnco you were not Duke, tho secretary for a dotnllod rc- taught. ilows: Be "Hobsonized" Beaver Dam. Hendquartors, Ninth Infantry DrI- - over tho Inst of Juno I know unless port of the convention but for lack you "sent" you must bo as dry as of spaco could not give It as rcport- gado 31st. December, 91 S. KHI'FBLICAXS ORGANIZE. n camol in General Orders: No. 11. , and nothing cd.) As a result of a rather bad smash n Now York, September S. General in n Meeting of tho Ohio Countv ' inn) mo following nameu soi - iwouiu nnvo delighted me more than up of an nutomobllo.Wednesilay after- diers arc cited In orders for dls- - to liavo led you to n Yaller Banks Committee, a'illi'iMiblleifcii 1. II. UAHTI.KTT. Pershing Is home noon, due to too much speed, sis of oasls. You sec I am still loyal. Tho merlcan soldier who cinitrlb- - tended by several prominent repuh- tlnguishcd conduct. 4 itul a Cpl. ToItclbaum.Samucl (2.18891-111. Bartlett died at his seven soldiers who were In the car, It was an agreeahlo experience to Hciiiib, here Saturday, a County Cam- Mr. Doiler much as nnv ono man to tho Pretty hndly shaken up, ono or nieces of the allied uriiiH arrived to- - 1"'B' Committee was nppolntcd and M. G. Co. Cist Infantry. Pvt. c meet so many Hartford people nt the homo near Bartletfs School house, woro sustaining fractured limbs, ono Hoover, Kd (2387319) M. G. Co. Gist, fair, and yet I am almost sorry they, late In the day o the 4th, Inst., of Uvo organized as follows: dav on the transport I.uvlathan nnd K- Llnsky, David came. Meeting them makes mo des- - typhoid, after an illness of three or ',rok" ribs and tho others cuts nnd Pvt. Ilarrass, Chairman; C. O. Infantry. w.i gieited by as many of his fellow countrymen as could make holiday to Hunter, Treasurer; Otto C. Mnrtln, (2385827) M. G. Co. 01st. Infantry, pcratcly homesick. My work here Is four weeks. Mr. Uartlctt was born ,'1,n,lscs unon various parts of their On Sept. 16th. 191S, near and my association con- - nnd rented in the neighborhood jtl bodies. None of tho wounds aro rovd this citv as It has seldom If Secretary; S. R. Ilennett, S. T. liar- .r n,, wn nctt. W. ('. Illankcnshlp. Honri Dan- - vllle, France, the above named fol- - Ronial, but I can not get away from which ho lived practically all of his thought to he of an exceeding seriou3 rrmviliwl iinfnm s- A. Hratchor, Dr. C. Doweese, T dlers displayed unusual courage and the longing for tho oldtline assocla- - life. IIo was a devoted member of nature. grr ted by deafening shouts. Issuing Tho seven soldiers in tho large' car daring, V' volunteering with two otli- - tions at Hartford. Indeed, I have ncc tho Christian Church, a useful ano !' Henton, '. E. Crowdor and L from countless thousands of throats er soldiers to rescue a section of ma- - como back for a visit because I did very much respected citizen of his were some of the soldiers sent from .nil swelling to a mighty nnd contlnti- - Mmmol Camp Knox to take part in the sham Ichlnc gjins which had boon caught In not want to aggravate my homesick- - community, nn ro.ir of welcome. The general was ATTK.MPI KI Intense shelling and gas. Crossing ness. Owensboro looked. Sunday af The remains were buried at Union battlo and other "stunts" to bo staged .Kissed by ono girl liuforo ho could ' the shell swept area In which thero tornoon, very much like Goldsmith's Grove, Friday afternoon, followinc at tno Morgantown Fair, where ono suli trp Hint very personal form of Frank Smith and W. C Craig, two Was gas in abundance they rescued Deserted Yillagc, and Ithlnk if I had funeral services conducted by Uev. f tno I'arty suffered, In some manner, hi id worship. He blocked an a broken leg and ho was being convey- by nnnther pretty girl to plant of the five hoys nrresteil and lodged tho gun section and returned with had an aeroplane I should have fol - .Walter Greop. in Jail here some tlmo ago. against them to a place of safety. Not how- - lowed my old neighbors homo. Mr, Bartlett is'ccl t0 Heaver Dam, to catch a return Besides his widow. 11 kiss unon Ills fnni. Iilimlilnir linnnnHi g ever until I'vt. Hoover had been gass There Is much here that I like. It survived by several children, to whom 'train for Camp Knox, when the ac- its tan, as he evidently hud no wish wm,,u llln cI"rB of wns "'"ontlod to Petty larceny, and e,j. is good to see tho streams of night tho Republican extends condolence ,clllcnt occurred to be Kichard 1. Hobsonized llut It Is stated that the car was being By command of Brigadier General lights stretching away to tho four tli it the sincerity of tho wolcoiuo were fined $:'.0.00 onrh, with a work driven at a rate of 75 miles per hour clause attachment, while being work- - Cnstner: Kay K. Chalfant, Major and points of tho compass, thero Is a A REUNION HELD T oiuh ifed by his countrymen warmbetween strango attraction in the shuttling HKICKIIOUSE CEMETERY on tho macadam- - road ed tin vi ry cockles of his heart thoro ed on tho conn bout'! square, shovel- - Adjutant. Beaver Dam and Cromwell, but near ing dirt Friday, attempted u Journoy The second oitaHon Is headed prac- - machines, tho hurrying crowds and wni no room for doubt. ... ....... ...... .... I....., J U .IIV . . .... vwimtmu ...aw .... .q ...... v.... tt, .... ml n ... MUJ ... ..... ' The Stntuo of Liberty certainly III nllinr t'lllllltrt W'ltlinllt R.IVlni till' 11. .11,. na tlin flrat. lint fnlitnlnu Mir mnrlnfr imillltii.tu niwl J I. ..... I.....-- T j Quito a number of people, relatlvei Beaver Dam, when ono of tho wheel to names of ::0 other .soldiers along with igh enough to sometime hunger for an,i fri0nds, gathered In reunion at'strlck a "teh place In coming onto raw. I and customary "good-byo- " Ic ikcn hoiid to mo." declared tho com?im,inr a or'(1Be- - the impact bursting tho mand r of the A. 12. . aftirr lin their hoot, Jailer Worth Ticbonor. that of I'vt. Hoover and is as follows: tho quiet old town that has been tho n,n TiHpitiimisn Pnmniprv distnnco Near Terms Madolino, France, Oct., stngo of many of tho most pleasing Senteniher 7 The dav was snont In w,neel when contrpl was, of course, ' '" """ ch d Niw York. Contrasting his a,,ovo ,,nmcrt 191S- fn"" lhc ,l"v-f'.- t t,lu t'"0, Th" hoy "orB Incidents of my life. If I consulted looking over tho monuments anil completely lost and tho car left tho d lu.turi with lils arrival, he will: ?mousning a teiepnone polo w""e u mi loo oagor anii.nuracteii at- - ()f the second platoon of the maclilna only my own personal pleasure I slabs, reading the Inscriptions on the rpau' 'I quietly and in thick ntlon by lsylng on ontirely loo much K Company. Gist Infantry, showed should come back to sit by tho old whlto markers In the,' hushed City" of and thcn diking some trees, when I come "back amidst MenM of K n. of the nplete car resulted, tha:t thrill ono. and In M,"",(1 f!"'a"V 0,u 110t RolS to a fire, conspicuous bravery and utter dls- - hearthstone for whatever lease of life the departed, but unforgottcn loved ntlui'-,.is- , Mr TI'!"B,lor was Informed of the it.gi,rd for their personal safety by the gods may yet have in store for oneg. The day, the 'place and all likewso tho Injury to tho soldiers ,i ni. w,.,ltlier." .' none of whosa of Smith and rdiiin'fulng in their positions- - after ad- - me, and lie down at last in quiet old naturally had a tendency to make tho abovo "Mentioned, Informal ... ovv f or... ,ij. 'Craig., and he saddled his falthft.1 vanclng ono kilometer and repulsing Oakwood, but the current of time occasion and minds of thoso present !names wore we a,)le to Procuro- Fro.n the very moment when those 8teGlIi ehoveil nn ugly, rusty looking n German rountor attack. : sweeps me elsewhere. pregnant with thoughts rrmlnlscont win w at lown the bay by boat and i(! ..4," Inlo hB right flank pockot 1!v command of Brigadier General But enough of this sentiment. Whl.v. mnrh Infnrnintlnn nf th! MISS 3IAKY IIKAX HAS iiir,...uf to I'Monil tho first grootlngs nil Parted in pursuit 1'KIU'OU.MKl) Ol'KKATlO.V Sheriff CaHtner: Ray K. Clwlfant, Major and Take a day off and run over to see ast was disseminated -- " " jinucneu commtiniiecreii a 1111 j.iz "" us. An evening in tlio .MesscnKer of- At fhnimnn hmir nn nimnrinnf .tin. Aillut ml 4 i tbi Leviathan's deck, tho romxrk- - and Jolncul in tho chaso. Tho hoys Miss Mary Bean, daughter of Mr. The 31 soldiers whose names an- lice would Interest you. Wo havo't,pr t fnmUhoii liv Mmsn nroipnt .. ., ,..,-.vuv..., a uiLionsirntion continued, and Mrs- - Tom Uean- - of th,s Ilace' tloiiiR the marathon stunt hnd benn ,)0ared 1:1 the lubt citation weio all a mechanical equipment here that is sprutd on grounds ndji-ccit- , and this Ii ir his military cap from his head. goIB un,ier head of steam, for wno remained nlive or wore accounted inforior 'to that of a metropolitan also was an enjoyable feature of the who has a Psltlon with an insuranca tl commanding officer of Amorlcn's tloy ,a,i GOtton a half mile or more for out of a total of 250 men who newspaper plant only In size. Be- company in Portsmouth, Ohio, under- occasion ar ucs w.iveu 11 aioti in ncKnowioiig- - fro, . i,0 starting point when they tnnk nnri in tlin terrible strmrcle of irinninir nt fi?Mn iii tiiR nvoninrr. wo ... . went an operation for annendlcitia. ti 11 was t,,, fci nu 01 tne urn greetings. a corn fiold east of that particular drive. rofUBO i have on the press at a little past two 'fur an.l wife II. ?.I. Taylor nnd sister ,n a Lo'sv'"o hospital 'Wednesday vir i.u irom a iniiiiarj sniuie, out t,mn ,,rfuuiabl to got wind nnd a i'vt. Hoover is a son of I. C. Hoov-- In tho mornlnera ten .ir twtive page Henrv Stevens and wife Ellis Sander- - "Pr'nB- ..,...., wl.i.... . u.mnui, un .OTn .t ,,r etu(U!,, L.W Miss Bean had a chronic or recur- v,olno usser- - 0r. now deceaseU and n0B ,.r nMvnrn, r Mrs. Mary nanor. and a -s that runs them rn'i r,,,. n.i soldier than u "regular fellow," an , notkod the course of the takers ot Hoover, vvhii resides near hdre, and at tho rate ot 2f.O0 an hour. We .reint caso r appendicitis for quite a Parks and family of Simmons, J. D. American anmni ., uii.iii..uiii, un. mini "kronen leave' anil tipped ot tno in- - jir. Hoover is now a btudent in tho use twenty-fiv- e people, and for about hjh and family of Centertown J. M. 10"B ume ana was JlavlnB so mucli or nonor formation to the .Taller, who got their nigh School heie, leight hours tho office, from editorial McCoy and family, D. M. Stewart and trbuhlo lately with tho affection, that As the gonerfll stopped from tho location mioltcd . Ho commanded th-- i rooms to the basement, resembles family, John Black, G. P. Jones and cni advlco o Physicians, she submittu.l gangplank of the Leviathan nt IIo- - i,OJb t st!1U(i ,,, imt all was silence, KI2YSTOXK CIIAI'TKU It. coming to Louisville 'nothing so much as a beehive when family, of Haitford j to tne operation, a. in., ho stamned his ngillu l0 nvo Hie comn.nnd to stard, boken, at A. M. ICI.F.CT OFl'ICKLS tho buckwheat is in bloom. irom mo umo cuy inni sno nugnc feet as if tlio pior itself felt HKe a and again silenro bo nearer home. prevailed. And Because Hartford is a drv town I'll PARK LAKK. ., n . little bit of tho America ho left more tll011i Ile jut ti10 aforesaid rusty 4 Keystone Chapter, No. 110, R. A. ' ,.nr Tho operation is said to hrfve been. nf thnB than two years tfgo when ho went to 1:01. just once, and two heids sllppe.l M.. elected officers for tho ensuing trlcks of the ,nln(1 that nobody has Mr Rosal Lake and Miss Nattie "'shly sliccesful and the patient was to ncip win the war. ,, tniough the grass and year at Its regular convocation Tues- - over ,,een able to explain, but I heir 'Dee Park were married at tho homo Iortcd as doing fine at the hour of. Brief addresses of welcomo woro The boys were loaded into tho "Ford" day night, as follows: of a man in your town who, feeling of Rev. S. C.Chapman, at Nocreek, going to press. delivered in Hobokon by Secretary ot ana camo back much easier than they V. S. TInsley. H. P. anxiety about his mother being alone, Saturday afternoon. Tho groom Is LOUISYILLK MAKKICTS. Var Baker. Senator Wadsworth and'Went away and bo far have been A. D. Kirk. 'King. made three trips to her house one 18 years of ago and tho son of Mr. Mondell. Then, after v e,,Kaged with their work. C. O. Hunter, Scribe. to see about her. nnd ai lust' nnd Mrs. 'n. Lake while tho bride night ' Hogs dropped ono dollar and as the shaking hands with members of the. A. II. Riley, C. of H. recollected that she had told him she1 is the 14 years old daughter of Mr. HARTl'Oltl) SCHOOL XOTKS. delegates from Congress and other R. II. Riley, P. S. was going away for a visit. But and Mrs. Joo Park. Each of .the market developed a weak tone furbodies who had gone to tho Hobokon R. E. Duko, R. A. C. strango things will occur, even In a 'families resido on Route 5, Hartford, ther decline was expected. Quotations army pier to meet him, tho general1 Tho Hartford Graded and High Best 120 pounds and up, $17.50; C. M. Crowe, M ot 3rd. Y. dry town. nnd near Washington church. 120 pounds down, stepped aboard tho police boat Patrol school has Just had 0110 of tho most 15.50; $14 B. H. Hills, M of 1st Y. Very truly yours, throwouts, $14.15 down. and was whisked over to tho Battory. promising openings of recent years. A. C. Porter, M of 2nd. V. H. THOMAS. J. hi: PUBLICAN COMMITTICK'S Sheep and Lambs Market about Smiles Thru It All. 'ihu entire enrollment is 254. Nine- - Y. L. Fulkcrson, Sent. KKSOLUTIOX OF RKSPKCT steady. Best sheep, $7; bucks, $5 of- them aro In Pershing o was when General tho High It Rowan Ilolbrook.reas. SMITH MILLS 1JAXK VMoppod from tho Patrol nt 10:15 schuol. Many nro expecting to enter down; best lambs, $14; seconds, $8; Otto C. Martin, Sec'y. HO mii: It COXFRSSKS At a meeting of tho Ohio Coifnty o'clock that tho most tumultuous part as soon as tho fall work on tho farm of the cuiis, $ uctfo. Besides the installation Republican Executive Committee, ot tho demonstration in his honor was Ik done Calves Heavy grade slow of sale. above officers, with two or threoex- 1 Henderson, Ky., Sept. 8 John held nt the Court houso in Hartford, Best veals, TIwikii nnrnllnil In the lllirh scbnl muMnno null., u Int'nf liiiHlnosa ra started. Pcishlnc smiled thru it all. $10.50 17; medium, lat0 today common, $5.50SS.G0. appearing to enjoy every mlnuto and w.tsido ot tho district nro: transacted, as this meeting marked Uossett contcsseaSm,tu M,1Is to tho lust Saturday. September C. It was reDPoslt Ported to tho committee that Mr. D. every phnso of his welcomo. Seniors Rose Ethclyno Collins, the close of, the Royal Arch Masonic 'robbery of tho Cnttlo Market druggy, only choice . I"allk ,ast Thursday and tho money. B. Bartlett, a highly respected mem- - butcher s'uff in demand. Prime heaHut at tho Cltv Hall,. vvhon Govor- - Wulior Carter. , Leslie Hairorman.., Mn.'v, r. ... . yea .. $3,710 in cash and f 1,400 in Liberty ber of tho comltteo had passed away, vy steers,'$13 14; medium to f?vy nor Smith nnd Mayor Hylnn congrntu- - hollo Rhoads, Xouatt Rhoads, Ed- bonds, was turned over to bank of- - whoreupon a commlttoo was appoint- steers, $10 12.50; light steers, ?9 ureot- - mini Hoover. Robert Carson. Odle APPLIES S00.000 lated him In their addresses of ied to draft resolutions touching upon 10; fat heifers, $8 11.50; fat cows, FOR FHDHRAL ROAD flclal3- Inc na tho coinmaiiilor of Amorlcn's linrnor. ' nssott camo to tho clt' toda' to, tho death ot Mr. Bartlott. which wero $7.50 11; cannors and cutters, $5 so-- ! fighting forces, the general's face Bean, Flora Juniors Sadlo Greenville, Ky., Sept. S. Tho FIs- - confer with his attorney, James M.0s follows: bored, tho smllo left his lips and his 'Rhoads. G7; bulls, $C7.2G; stockors, $7 Whoroas, It Is with sorrow and re- 10.50; milch cows, $50 110. Bos- - cal court in session hero this nfter- - lYeaman. IIo confided to Yeaman that j eyes grow serious ns ho replied brlef-- l Sophomores Wlllyo Bennett, stol tho money and was told to grot that this commlttoo learns of ly, modestly Ignoring for tho most Corn and all other grains 'woro 0 Clark, Wllda Clilnn, Klttyo Bess noon voted an appropriation of JGO.-- o nart his own norformancos. extolling ii,.,u.ti. Kiln Henrv. Marv Llndlov. 000 to bo nald in threo annual Install- - return it. Ho removed tho loot, con- - tho death of our highly respected and carriedNdown by tho sagging hog marln a stab, loft. beneath hay. (worthy member from Bartlott pre- ket, and, ns a consequence provisions tho splendid material his country had Jessio Nowcomb, Raymond Robertson, monts ot $20,000 ea,ch for tho 's oxamlnlng trial will ho heldcinct, Mr. Dozlor B. Bartlett. Thero- - of all klnjls wero Hkovvlso af'ncted. sent abroad to fight tho battles of Mellvlllo Rhoads, Horbort Portor. structlon of tho fedoral highway" lore uo i resoiveu ; uiai, in tno ueain 'running from Owensboro to Dawson ,'iuesuay morning. clvlllzatlim. and giving duo modo of Loiibell Williams. AS- .of Mr. Bartlett, this cominitteo loses PARKXT-TKACHKrredlt to thu American neonle's loyal v,iiin.iiiCiiriin iinmnnl. Hns- - Snrimrs bv way of Calhoun.' Sacra- ono of it's most valuable members, SOCIATIOX TO HKHUMK support which rendered possible tho )j0ii Bennett, Mary Bakar, Mattyo inonto, Bromer, South Carrollton, SIX(J1X COXVEXTIOX OF UXUSUAL I.NTKllKSr.tho Party for which he stood, a faith Ijano Bennett, Einllo Boll, Myrtlo Central City, Greenville, Dopoy and army's success on tho battlefields. ful and honorablo worker, tho corn- AssociaTho local Parent-TeachThe shouts of tho crowd continued Cartor. Allen Carter. Raymond Colo. 'Nortonvllle. Tho Eastern Division of tho Ohio niunlty ono of it's best citizens and tion will hold Its first meeting for tho County's quota is Muhlonburg with only somo ubatcmont during tho (joorgo Dollrttlor, Laura Ford, Sibyl welcoming coromony nt tho City Hall. nrav. Richard Ford. Otis Ashbv. Nol- -' $219,000 and ot this amount $153,- - County Singing Convention which met ; his church a most loyal and useful present torm at tho School Building and swelled to an ovon greater volumo Ho Roedor, Martyno Taylor, Luther GOO had been raised by private sub-- 1 with tho Bethel Choir, at Hetnol member. And last, but tho more to this afternoon at 3 o'clock. o Plans for tho year's work will ba $60,000 appropriated byChurch, Sunday, August 31. was one bo regretted, his family loses a ns Pershing stopped into tho autoino- - Turner, Geneva Travis. Loreno Wes- - scrlptlon. to go to tho Waldorf Astoria, torflold. Dick Williamson. Carol! .tho County Court gives tho county its of the most successful gatherings ov- - tlont,.und model father and his wlfo mado and Miss Davis will give a reading. Every ono invited and a largo an ideal nusuanu. the Muhlenberg is tho first 'or olu uy UIQ organizauon where-hIs making his headqunrtors. wiiitiiiknr. Nina Cornell. Alton Cor- - full nuota. Furthor, that wo tender to tho cttondenco was h,ad and much interest School Is urged to be present. To visitors, who asked how ho liked noi Mario Thomas, Sallyo Williams, 'county to raise tho required funds. family our sympathy in this, I Tho annroprlatlon made by tho shown by both spectators and choirs. his rccentlon. Gonorul Porshlng Bald: I RETURN ROOKS. KXOTT CAUGHT (court today does not take any part of ) Tho convention was organized by, their Irrotrlevnblo loss. "What can I say? Of courso, thoro I M. L. HEAYRIN. nothing for mo to say In tho special road tax of 20 cents on tho Stho election ot J. G. Christian presi Is the All persons having books out ot tho I. S. MASON. Mr. Corblt Knott and Miss Ruby $100,000 worth of property recently dent and J. F. Duke Secretary, and It Is simply overwhelm J. C. ILER library return same at W. S. TINSLEY. overpowering. To say that 1 am Faught woro married In tlo parlors voted in this county for building nnd by tho appointment ot a cominitteo on ing once. We want ovory book in as program, which cgmmltteo reported Committee. mighty glad to bo homo would bo en- - of tho Commercial Hotel at Beaver maintaining tho dirt roads m soon as posible. Wo aro going to and recommended that each of tho superfluous. I nccopt this wol- - Dam, Sunday. The newly married tlroly catalogue tho books and make an ad FOR SALK various choirs present sing two songs FARM FOR SALE. Tumo in tho nnmo of tho bravo fellows couple nro popular ln their coiuntunl-wh- o dition ot 100 volumes of tho newest In tho foronoon and threo In tho camo over nnd served to tho best ty,' whore they have a host of friends, books. All per12G acres ot land 2M miles from nnd most which report was adopted 89 acres on Comb'3 Ferry road, 1 & our who with Tho Republican extend con of their ability nnd helped make Hartford near the gradedroad. Hns sons who havo hooks charged against gratulatlons and best wishes. Tho mile from R..R. Station. First clas3 and program carried out. possible. I thank you." ' success The choirs present and enrolled flvo room houso, 8 acres ln orchard them will havo to return saihe before groom Is a sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. dwelling, tobacco and stock barns A:o wero as follows: and Is well watered. A good stock they will be eligible to take out tho Knott and the bride Is a daughter ot splendid orchard. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. Bethel, Cane Run, Mt. Pleasant. (arm. 'Will bo sold at a bargain. Sea, now books. J. D. MILLER. Mrs, U. S. Faught, both of Mr. and f WILLIAMS & DUKE. CAL P. ICEOWN. Hickory, Mt. Hermon, Concord, Wll- . 0, Hartford, Ky. 5 tip last examination for Common Centertown. J mid-Sahar- a, 1-1- -c i hiM-ii i ' pt house-breakinV T A ' Those tcachors who do not hold ccrtlflcntcs of qualification In ngn culture &c, and who fnll to nttend tho coming examination, or should fall In pass tho required grade, will not be nblu to collect pay for tho time !.. .. 1 A LETTER FROM J. ir. T Ham's Mines, Itoslno Seniors, Rosino OL'it FELLOW CRIMINAL Juniors, Sugar Grove, anil Liberty. With tho rendering of "God be t.lfnx.l IllUfUl) Ui llUtli !,.... Owensboro, Ky., Sept. 9. with you till wo meet again" liy tho J.lt.l.ll.t tl,w..fn. nf nnn tUWII BRAYKRY "i,i" got-aw- "" t I .,ini ..... '" - , m fn r.n , i 0 1 ,. ..J porn-bhitle- ?. n I ty-flv- - ' I --- - con-ca,- ea I K er I pa-bll- te I The CLUB HOUSE FOR lng In n vacant lot adjoining the real denro of its parents tho daughter ot Mr. and Mm. Ilorman Majors fell In an open well yesterday and was drowned. sm PARIS DESTROYED WAS GERMAN PLAN Catarrhal Deafness annot Be Cured Louisville Gas And Electric Company Dedicates Building. pres. Mcdonald talks Echols, Ohio County Home Of New Innovation For Miners' Welfare. (Courier-Journal.) by local application, na Ihcy ctnnot reach the diseased portion of (ho nr There U only one way to euro catarrhal deafness, and that l by a comtltutlonnl remedy Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an condition of tho mucous lining of When this tube Is tho Eustachian Tube Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd when It Is entirely closed, Denfnett Is the result Unlets tho Inflammation can bo reduced and this tubo restored to Its normal condition, hearing Many cases of will bo destroyed forever deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine nets thru the blood on tho mucous surfaces of tho system Wo will kIvo One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Catarrhal Deaftiess that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free All Druggists, 75e F. J. CHKNKV & CO . Toledo, O. s Heinous Purpose Of Huns Had War Continued To This Year London, Sept C. A hint of ono war horror, at least, which was not resorted to in the last war, hut which mny well take Its place, among tho destructive agencies to bo employed in the next "inevitable conflict," has out with this week's revelations of war secrets iu the Gorman Assembly. National This is the aerial flame throw or, well christened "the flying death." A Copenhagen message, published hero by the air ministry, says the Herlln Post has published a letter which Ilerr Krzbcrger sent to General von Falkenhayn, then war minister. in September, 1911 Just a month after the war started wherein ho recommended that Zeppelins Invading England be equipped with flame throwers, or flame sprays, from w hlch liquid lire could 11c dropped in .1 drenching rain upon crowded cities The alleged letter from Krzht'rger concluded with a statement of the writer's conviction that all humanicomo e We Are Ready With everything' you need for your new Fall Outfit. The season's latest in New Millinery. New Dresses of every description. New Coat Suits, direct from the leading style centers of the world. Nev Cloaks in best fabrics and styles. High-gradstylish Furs that are destined to be very popular this season. The latest in Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings. e, ill MISSIXU; KXGMSH suit ox ituss mini: Helsingfors, Sept. 7. The Hrltlsh Kchols, Ky., Sept. 7, Donald vice president ot the Louis destroyer struck a Russian mine ville Gut, and Klectrlcal Company, and Vcdndsdny. The captain, another a minetrel troupe made up of em- officer and ninety men were saved ployes of the company, wore guests of It Is feared that eight offMers nnd minors employed ly the company at ilxtetn men were lost. its opening of the community house erected for use of the minors. The EXCEEDS QUOTA. mine at Kchols furnishes ct.nl for operation of tho company s powor KnitiitK.v Load In August Sales Of plant in Louisville. War S.uiiiu Stamps. After speaking of the purpose of the operation of the mine nml the In an impromptu selling campaign work of tho men in charge, Mi .during the last two weeks of August. said: Kentucky carried off first honors in tarian considerations and scruplc-rolatlv"1 wish every one of you miners tho Eighth Federal Unserve District to tho violation of intoi nacould carry In your thoughts the pic by disposing of $105,400 in Tieisury tional law should bo set aside in the ture of 35,000 homes brightly lighted Sivings Certificates selling nearly fatherland's battle against her ring and full of comfortable families. All 50 per cent of tho quota fixed for th- of enemies. of them would be dark If coal for ttij entire distiirt. Idea Wits Feasible. boiler should fail to come. There was no preliminary eim- rnfortunr.telv, the published It tier - ,,agn t0 "Our company has built this comaVG tho way for the cnln. does not enter into the details of how munity house at a time when nearly j,aign that ended August 31. Tin liquid fire was to have boen squirted everything was hard to get. We have .announcement was nmile that It from a black midnight sky upon a built it because we want to kep at was desired to sell f 250.000 of tlf defenseless enemy city; but I have Kchols the very kind of people who Cettlficates during the two weeks, been Informed by an official of the are here now. Wo want to provide a A quota of ?GG,000 was fixed for Hrltlsh Air Ministry that not onlj Is place where men can gaUior in pace'oaci, Missoml, Arkansas and the idea practicable, hut that the and comfort; whore chinch services Kentucky, $50,000 for the City en Uoal Air Foico engineers nctuid; can be neld; where Sunday-schoSt. Louis, which comprises the St had under conclderntlou an Inwntlot can bo taught; where dnncos and Louis Metropolitan District. which would carry into execution lodge meetings and all the variiu The total subscription accepted by idea Hut beyond giving practi things that bring peoplo into closer the Federal Itosorvo Disttlct wis cal demonstrations of tho appliamt contact with each other can take ?:122,500, and the subscriptions re- - before the bends of the department place. col veil after nou Tuesnay would he HntMi flyers did nothing. Tinn for any reason, the worK or i5rBely have exceeded this figure did not hold the same 'view a Krz "It - coitltl the orders have been filled, mining: coal is delayed or made dimhrger Is alloged to have held in reeult. want you to know iliaf. the of- - rjut tho Certificates for August were gard to sanctity of international law Hears of the company have a keen inat ?S:iS and any order thut wasHorrors Of "Next War." ter est in correcting every fault as received after noon Tuesday. Sentem I am prlileged to make the statesoon as possible. her 2nd. could only have beon ac- ment, however, that If, when the nev "This is a big work too big to bo cepted at the September price. And great war comes it is accomp.iuh d b Interfered with by anything trifling. then it must be shown that the pur- any wholesale disregard of one-MiIn fact. :r man bad better set fire to chase wi's made in August, anil tho conventions concerning the rights of a dozen houses 1n a city rather than order mailed during that month. such as characterleave that city In darkness. Before So satisfactory was the result of tho actions of some of "the passed away many sale that Federal Director Wilson has ized the the darkness had in tho last epochal struggle, houses might have fires set to them decided for another ellin; campaign rain of fire from the many lives might be taken by the this month. The quota this month is the dreadful and sky may become ono of the incidents numan vermin inai come 0111 01 ineir j,,.,t ,l0lIi,ie that of the August s of destruction. This, with the re In the darkness. jtai alul lt , planned to sell $500- - ported ga- - said to lie "1 do not intend to talk to you as 000 a secret In possession of the United farmers, or as coal miners, or as Dcm- iteportf from the first day or Stales army and. like the aerial I am or as Kepublicans. selling are most encouraging Maine, capable of belng'dropped from ing to talk to you about something: ami tne Indications are that the quo-th- tho skies, would make the wiping on is more important to each of you ta u.jn )e largely exceeded, of a race nieroly a matter of matheSaving.? matical computation. than your trade, your property or Tho new form your politics. I am going to tall: e'er.iiiciues are the most attractive Hit by the stories of the war horto you as American citizens. (securities yet issued by tho U. S Go- - rors the grappling nations In the las' y is tho most pros- - tdm of $100 and $1000 and draw I1- great conflict had locked up In their "Amerlca pcrous of all the countries on earth, torest at the late of four per cent. cabinets, but did not put to use, are For many enrs America has been the compounded quarterly coming to light. freest country on earth. It is easy to Hefore the revolutions concerning Wonl; Stomach. For a see why America is piospeious. She tho flro from the skies wo heard a produces in great abundance all those few months ago In a roundabout fash-Io- n The great relief cf fouled by Chamthings that the rest of the world Is of the German plan for the total anxious to buy wheat and meat and berlain's Tablets in a multitude of destruction of Paris which was o proven tho great value coal and iron and a hundred other .cases has fully have been employed this year, but of this preparation for a weak which the armistice happily nipped tbingi'. i impaired digestion. In stomach and Uiut why is America freo? It before the bloom. This was (n a, way bocaiise more than a century ago our many cases this relief has become even a roflnoment over the Erzborgor forofnthois fought for tholr freedom permanent and tho sufferers have notion of a death rain. nnd OBtabllshod it on the suro found.i 'been completely rostored to health. n Light flying scouts were to preequal right 4 tlon of cede Germany's maximum possible to all and exclusive privileges to fleet of bombing pianos In a final none. It was a gieat experiment. . The ally against tho French capital. "I often think that tho American scouts woro to bo equipped with small people have boen like children raised (Ire bombs of some chemical which, In a comfortable home. They think when burning, defied tho action of that lood and clothe.) and v.armth an ! water. Tlieso were to bo showered shelter como as matters of course and upon Paris by tho hundreds, creating olfort af the tbsiy foiyt thThen the heavier fires everywhere. fnthur anil mother who have provid woro to follow hard alter lio'ibc-ed these things. and drop tons upon tons of nlgn ex "Our people have loft that freedom Jc plosives upon the city, which lay -and nafety and order aro nutters ot by tho light of its burning eourtte, and they huvo hardly realized buildings. thut It U our grunt (Jovorniiient that The only possible defense against hits provided and preserved these Hticn un uttner wouia nave noon nar- thlngi. for them. by rago flro and n counter-attac- k I bBw We must not think that becauso French guarding airplanes of the our Government bus beon established fighting type. Hut tho war demon- and has stood for 150 years, becauso fctratctl what Is now counted an axiom It 1ms ttaatheiod foreign war and civil In air wnrfaro, which Is that neither war, that it net ds no euro and no atand oiclcheadacnes are of theso methods of dofenso iliirliij tention from its citizens. Foreign ena nlglil nttucK is moro man u iuu by Constipaemies are not tho only enomles that often caused in mo i.ark. Had such a concortod lioo government have to contend with. tion. t't'nck bj German airplanes been "Always thoro aro people who aro incdo upon Paris thoro Is no question sholtercd and protected by tho Govmade upon Purls thoro Is no question ernment, but who think that thoy but that tho world's most beautltui advantage In avoiding somo part city would have beon wrecked hi- of it responsibility or in resisting yond restoration. somo part of its control. "Thero is only one basis for a freo Surgeons agrco that In cases of and prosperous country. That basis Cuts, Hums, Uruises and Wounds, the lb Justice for all. uqual rights for ull, first treatment Is most Important. cxcilub-lvprlvllegos to none; tho right When an efficient antiseptic is appliof .1 free man to ongugo In any law-tare easy to take and cause ed promptly, thoro, is no dangor'bf Inoccupation that ho chooses, and to fection und tho wound begins to heal pursuo It without fear that bo will bo a normal and easy action nt onco. For uso on man or beast or molested by either tho Government of the bowels. Horozono la the Ideal antiseptic and by lilt fellow citizens." AT ALL DRUGGISTS healing agent. Huy lt now nnd be 0--0 .. ready for nn emergency. Price 25c, nr.owxs ix MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Sold by Ohio GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. w County Drug Company. JSubre, Ky., Sept. C, While play- S-J j j thi-ver) 1 ts quo-holusuper-poisonoSep-ocratat 1I s , J t i X i f f s whose very appearance on the feet denotes the correct style. They bring out the long beautiful lines of the feet. t Wayne Knit Hosiery Elegant in appearance, superb in quality. In Silks, Lisles and Cottons blacks, tans, whites, browns, grays, blues and field mouse. ! The merchandise we offer at the price we are compelled to charge means strictest economy for the buyer, and we would recommend early shopping for your fall and winter necessities. It is going to be very hard to duplicate on early purchases even at very much higher prices. You are invited to visit our store, take time, look carefully through our offerings of everything you need, and the buying will be left entirely with you. All we ask is a careful, considerate . t llSltH ill Dizzy Spells look. so'-soin- E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky.. ul . null. , ; rt 0PE VISITS ROME TRADITION SMASHED iwltli a number of iihysiciniii nntl trlflil U1)out rorciv. liui:inroiiH i.cc1IcIiich Imr ntiv li.Mwiflt t li 1 n tnlntl lint tlril ,mMm ot N,imi,cr " cnn cnt nny ming i umu wiuioui icnr ami nin Hot 11 HIGHWAY TO COST BILLION DOLLARS I. Benedict roiiHtiiiatinn, liver and Ftomncli trunhlo.s. Ilcllcvcd to and jirovotit Kali stones, appenIly I. mils Ludlow. Home, Sept. 7. Tho Irnilltlnnnl dicitis. Successfully ii Bed In eczema Washington, Sept. C. A coo! hIN C. policy of tho popes since Soptcmhur nml skin discuses. Used with 2D, 1870, of never settliu; foot outsldo ' Some producers reported that tho success In chronic rhounir- - Hon dollars Is tho sum now mentionway In connec- cost of labor was nearly double that tho ntlcnn, hns been set nHldo by Ills (H, cnttnrh, IiiiiiIiiiko, mynlRla (pain ed In a nintter-of-fnHoliness, iiendlct Tho news Is tho muscles, muscular rhoiiinatlsm tion with tho building of a federal In 1917, nnd many had trouble in boliiR kept secret even within tho 0r neuralgia) Klniidular hwcIHiibs. highway system. getting laborers of any kind. On" Word roaches tho national capital producer reported that though the ' gates of the Apostolic I'abico. but It jncrofiiln, einrciirhil and lead poison-l- a ail estahllshed fact that llenedlct Inir. siIici.shi.m. mirra. iilrnrs. ImlU niut that Dr. S. M. Johnson's repeated prices were higher in 1918 than In XV l Mm Vnllpiiti Ivvlen In lull' ilnr- - carbuncles. Sold by Ohio County 'references to this largo sum nt tho 1917 tho profits were less. Ivarlous stops In tho transcontinental InR tho Illness of his brother, thu Drug Compaii). Wo exported more than a million journey or uio united States oriny nnd a half dollars' worth of salt In Marquis Giovanni Delia Chlosa, who, m (motor transport corps Invariably ChaiiibcrlaliiN Cough Itcincily after haviiiK been given up as lost by 1918, most of It to Canadn and to Is not only ono of tho host and vokes thu most emphntlc soro of his iihysiclniiR, Is now on tho way to Cuba, though, strange to note, we recovery efficient iiudlclnos for coughs. 1'roval. pent nearly 2.1,000,000 pounds, valued This has been particularly tho cnsellt a))out $193,000, to It was toward tho end of June thnt colds, croup and whooping cough, hut y New . ... ...... . . . in tho extreme western country, jj Zealand. tho .Martinis Delia Chlosa was taken is iiiso pieasaui 10 laite, wnieii is inosi ill and soon afterward libt recovery linporlant when a inedlclno is to bo,wero tho need of highways Is vital essential to early development. was regarded as very uncertain. Tho given to young children. Chamber- nt- - Iain's Cough Remedy has been In use l,r- - Johnson, who Is a member of the holy father, who Is very much I jAtached to his brother, was In tho hah- - for many years and hns met with executive committee of tho American Automobile Association Good Hoads Ml- nf fwimtiiiiiilpiil I ti - Willi ... -- .. ....... ..IMI htm con- - 'much favor whereever Its good quall- For Infants and Children Ftantly by telephone, and when the' ties have becomo known. Many Hoard, thus sum ma rl7.es the national In Use For Over Years Manpils becaiuo unable to answer firm mothers have given It their unqualifi- roads problem: "The unpaved parts of tho United Always on tho wire, tho Popo threw all his ed endorsement. Win. Scruby, Chil-- I the hcruples to tho winds and, dressed as llcntbe, Mo., writes, "I have raised Stntes are held back In their de- Signature ,b( simple uionslgnor, and accompanied three children, have always used velopment precisely as aro tho paved by his private secretary, he left tho Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy nnd j parts of a city, and the unpaved part Vatican and drove to his brother's 'found It to bo the best for coughs,. Is the part where food Is produced. MKXICAXS TO SIGNAL WAKXIXGS TO YANKS house In the Via Tomacelli near tho colds and croup. It Is pleasant to Iwtllln Mm n.nvfifl nnrla natinMnllv tltn Corso, remaining by the bedside un- take. Until adults and children like cities, are suffering because the unSept. 7, Mexican Mexico City, til late at night. It. My wife and I havo always felt paved parts lag. To correct social cleavago and oxcessivc costs wo must frontier troops will flnsh red, white safe from croup with It In the house Itrollier Hugs Pope. Ills Holiness recited the rosary ChamberJaln'h Cough Kenicdy con- pave tho road beds of the lagging and green signals to American aviawith the rest of the household and tains no opium or other narcotic, in regions and we must do It now. The tors who have crossed the frontier financial loss duo to operation of our lite Mexican territory before opening finally Imparted his apostolic blessing trolling Mock upon Improper voadh'-dto the Martinis, who was greatly mov- HAXCH.MAX TSKS AlltriAXi:$ fire on them as an additional warnIX LOOKING AIVKU CA rTI.K Is so great that It must not bo per- - ing. A circular Issued by the War ed and gave tho I'ope a brotherly hug. ' in 1 1 od to continue. Two days afterward Benedict XV The greatness Department containing this order to Grand Island. Neb., Sept. C. liar-lan- d urgency of the task makes qulc the troops was made public paid another visit to bis brother who has been getting better ever .slnco ry J. lilies, a stock raiser, today pur- - action on a largo scale an imperative p and Saved "I Spent $1 on nnd is expected to bo allowed out of chased two airplanes, one for his per- - necessity." Rflfinl use In riding over lite rancnes the Price of a Hog." very soon. nt Fo owlnc Dr. Ocilen's talk bed James McGuire, famous Hog RaisThis precedent thus established by and a larger ono for the use of hls.Ogdcn, tho business organizations of present pope is of historical Im family. Hllles owns one ranch of, that city fired Utah senators and er of New Jersey says, "I advise every tho port an co. Since September 20. 1S70. ceven thousand acres and a number ot representatives urging that the farmer troubled with rats to use Tried everything to get ones. He says his plane can amount In the Townsend bill for a when tho Italian troops under on RAT-SNAeral Claldlnl entered Home thru thojho mado to do the work of three federal system bo Increased to $1,- - 'rid ot rats. Spent 'Figured tho rats it killed, saved the breach of Porta Pla, transforming the ranch superintendents in looking af- -' 000,000,000. P comes When the permanent milestone ouil'rico of a hog." Kternnl City Into the capital of Unit.1!"'" " stock.; Hiles engaged an ex-- j cake form. No mixing with other ed Italy, tho nones havo never been Ipeilenccd aviator to teach himself the' eclipse in Washington, marklni: the star nf Mm W.-i- Donnrlmont inn. food. Cats Or UOgS Won t tOUCh it. known to leave the Vatican. Plus IX fnd family to fly. ' or trip to San Francisco. Is dedicated 'Mireo sizes, 25c, 50c and 1.00. was tho last to Issue from those Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case- ."acred precincts for his usual drive President Wilson will deliver the ad- dress, the event to take place at the "ler, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug on the Dlnclan Hill on the cvo of tho FOR FLETCHER'S convenience of the nation's chief ex Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker Italian occupation. Loo XIII spent Myrtl-s- . iccutlve. Louisville Herald the whole of his long pontificate In govhe Vatican, although the Italian Item! What V. S. Dept. of Agriculture ernment especially under Slgor Crls-pl- 's KILLS HATS. Says About What Two Hats Can Do premiership had made repeated &; According to government figures, overtures to tho popo, guaranteeing and mice that's the old two rats breeding continually for 3 bis personal safety should he decide rellablo rodent destroyer. Comes in y i appai In the streets of Homo, and cakes no mixing with other food. years produce :159,709,4S2 Individual rats. Act when you see the first rat, arsuiing him that royal honors would Your money back It It falls. P bo oald lil in In tint event don't wait. is the surest, 25c size (1 cake) enough for Pancleanest, most convenient exterminaHut the Intransigent spirit of Leo try, Kitchen or Cellar. tor. No mixing with other foods. XIII could not be Induced to adopt 50c slzo '(2 cakes) for Chicken Drys up after killing a course which would have dispelled House, coops, leaves no or small buildings. smell. Cats or dogs won't touch It. the legend of "tho prisoner of tho $1.00 slzo (5 cakes) enough for all Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-ble- r, Vatican." It cnn not be affirmed with rn... ... n...i ,... 1...II.H i.i! in iiiiii siuitfgu equal certainty that Plus X followed buildings, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug or factory buildings. & Duke, and Walker the uxauiplo of bis predecessor, altho Sold and guaranteed by J. t Case-blo- r, Storo. Williams Many thousands of Myrtle. nothing has ever been proved as to Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug women suiiering from the truth of the various reports that Store, Williams & Duke and Walker womanly trouble, have If your child Is pale and sickly, circulated at the time. Myitlo. been benefited by the use picks at the nose, starts in tho sleep It was said that the former country of Cardui, the woman's and grinds tho teeth while sleoplng, priest, accustomed to plenty of open Pl'LTOX I'O IIAVK M tonic, according to letters it is u sure sign of worms. A remenir and exerciso, felt all tho Irksome-nes- s MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS we receive, similar to this captivity and dy for theso parasites will bo found In of his one from Mrs. Z. V. Spel! that every now and then, accompanIt not ofHayne.N.C. "I could' Sept. t. Moonlight White's Cream Vermifuge. Hickman. ied by his faithful secretary, Mgr. schools, which will be taught through- only clears out the worms, but it net stand on my feet, and' liresson, he used to leave tho Vati out Fulton county, will be opened to- restores health and cheerfulness. just suffered terribly,"' ii simple morrow night. she says. "As my sufcan at night, dressed as Fifteen of tho white Prlco 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio fering was so great, and priest, and, croslng the vast piazza and thirteen negro teachers of tho County Drug Company. m he had tried other remeof St. Peter, ho would go nnd havo county havo pledged themselves to had us dies, Dr. supper with his sisters and nil e In teach theso schools. This work is l'ASTKST OF SUIIMARINKS int. get Cardui. . . I began LAUNCHED IIY AMKKUJAXS the neighborhood, where a dish of dertaken by Miss Ora May Laysou, improving, and it cured X, of simple tastes and it'anneis, county Illiteracy agent. me. I know, and my Qulncy, Mass., Sept. 6. Tho fleet him. Venetian "polenta" awaited doctor knows, what Carwas said to enjoy these visits as Ueon-- y submarine AA-tho latest word In dui did for me, for my Ili.t undersea boat construction in this as a schoolboy on u holiday. nerves and health were country, was launched today at tho about gone." in spite of thu greatest vigilance on OF Fore RIvor yards of tho Hethlehen tho part Of tho Italian secret service Steel Corporation from designs ot the ind of tho newspapers, none of these TAKE Electric Hoat Company. She is 300 stories could ever be confirmed. feet long and said to he the fastest ? d boat afloat with sur-fac- o NO JIOHB HATS Need Help to Pass ths Crisis Safespeed of eighteen knots an hour or mice, after you use ly Proof that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's and thirteen knots submerged, ac It's a sure rodent killer. Try a Pkg cording to tho designers, Vegetable Compound she Is In- P It. Rats killed with ..ml I tended to operato with the battle Can be Relied Upon. dogs leave no smell. Cats or fleets and has a cruising ludtus estiwon't touch it .Guaranteed. mated at 7,000 miles. Urbann,III. "During Change of Life, 25c. slzo (1 cake) enough for Pan In addition to its annoying- - symptoms, I try, Kitchen or Collur. She writes further: ' I nnd an attack of When you havo an achoy, stretchy 50c size (2 cakes) for Chicken am In splendid health . . . which lasted feeling and you aro dull, grippo tired and House, coops, or small buildings. can do my work. 1 feel I all winter and left discouraged it is a sign of approach-lu- g slzo (5 cakes) enough for all mo in a weakened 1.00 owe it to Cardui, for 1 was mulurlti or chills. You should condition. I felt at storngo In dreadful condition." farm and J times that I would act quickly to ward off an attack. If you are nervous, buildings, or factory buildings. nuverbe well again. Horblno offers you the help you need J and weak, or sutler Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Ca soI read of Lydia E. It destroys tho malarial germ, drives from headache, backache, Hros., Taylor's Drug lder, Acton Pinkham's Voceetc., every month, try tablo Compound out all Impurities and makes you feel Store, Williams & Duke and Walker and what it did for bright, vigorous and cheerful. Prlco Cardui. Thousands of Myrtle. , women passing 60 conts. Sold by Ohio County Drug women praise this medithrough tnoChungo Company. m cine for the good it has Life, so I told my of SI'I'TKHKI) !l YKAKS WITH HIIKC m done them, and many doctor I would try OL'K SALT. MATISM, CATAItltll AND STOMACH soon began to physicians who have used it I in strength gdn TKOUHLK, SINCK TAKING NO. 10 Cardui successfully with and the annoying FKKLS KINK. Salt is plentiful In tho United their women patients, for ti tils i years, endorse this mediappeared and your Vegetable Compound 'ptats' und ",oro otM WU8 Produced 41 191S than in any prececdlng year. Gary. Ind., April 25, 1919. "I suf nas mauo mo a wen, strong woman so cine. Think what it means Jercd for over threo years vllh chron. I do all my own housework. I cannot yet tho rise in its price helped a little to be in splendid health, 41 recommend Lvdla E. Pinkham's Vecre to Increase tho high cost of living. ic rheumatism, catairh, constipation, Give like Mrs. Spell. Stomach trouble, bad blood, nervous Jffi Tho avorago prico of salt per ton in 'SHUMSW Cardui a trial. spells, aching limbs, so 1 could not Mrs.FnANKliENSoN, 131GS. Orchuda 1914 was f2.09 j the average price 4H In 1918 was S3. 72, an Increase of 78 sleep. Saw an ndvertlsenint in me bt, Urbana, 111. All NumWomen who suffer from nervousness, per cent. The lowest estimate of hudally paper about Mendenliall's 41 JM "heat flashes," backache, headaches ber 40 for tho Hlood. Thought I and "the blues" should try this famous man value tho minimum human eN 41 flclency is expressed in tho old 4H would give it a trial. Although I root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Wgetablu Compound. phrase "He's not worth his alt," but Til's ditcourueed, as 1 had doctored rc-nio- XV In Garb Simple Priest Gqes To See Brother Of ui iintmiiiiL ntitl tttti fiwilltirr ffitn inn now HtnrtliiB on my third liottl". Mm. (lostlnc Unlney 2270 Jefferson St." 10 Is (kMiiniidcd In poisoning, It tin, Bouly conditions, I unl-itiiti U. S. Plan For Huge Expenditure Meets with nuto-torlcntlo- n, Approval this cheap mmodlty brought Its producers In the rmted States In 1918 nearly $27 ooO.OOO, which was or ur. per cont more thnn they realized In 1917. These figures and many others showing th.' domestic production of salt, bromine, nnd cnlclmum chloride In 1918, by kinds and by States, are given In a chapter of Mineral of tho United States by It. W. Stone, Jimt published by tho United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior, Washington, D. S ru ,. M rJ m ' te ?w !rj&... rvszj?&frt ii : if" v? .' 4r j"--- ' jitPftJ;i: ' F. ... far-awa- ' . S" .: ' I i z-e- it" .V; V'V A, f ". .".'M'a CASTOR A u KBM H..S j rw$ 30 . A FLavo FLour 4v Baking . for you would YOU is, wonderful know by the flavor is what flour would be even better satisfied than v "FLavo". I s - i' early all of the sweet, nut-lik- e flavor of the wheat berry is retained in "FLavo FLour" c'n account of the improved direct process by uhich it is milled. This new process is revolutionizing Hour milling, for while it leaves the flavor in the Hour on account of of the csscntisl oils .of j)lunlSi',t lTv'tf ifyllUitx I - y, lint-Sna- ' SS of ihe" 'IS f it ahnilatcd a better .mi Good upland, practically all is having a tendency to indtjer lW, plenty of OUt buildings, ruTal Qood orchard. A bargain Gen-Small- er HAT-SNA- P. P, I RAT-SNA- '" r rib of " tes from Hartford, 45 acres good u:;LdUUSta:1n.tmfin No buildings but good sites, ,.,e On public road. Price American Midcct Manbination. 109 'You will cut more breid, FLour", for it i deliciou-i- . , inches to the ino! Children Cry CASTOR A RAT-SNAP, Everywhere people are lm You can easily enjoy good bi?U.eS Get it ircsli from the I tt M5 .lr0m TTnrrfnrrl junaings. two separate larms mil C ,fcWta . ?MMZ munity write us for the RAT-SNA- Health About Gone xi.cuu.uiu, D acres uunum, tw- We will also be glad to11 whlch layS WelI u "THE STORY OF a wiard, barn, plenty of wate"r. Price DERFUL FLOUR MILL.' neart-- J r ii tncre k not yet one .. "ui TT 1 ... Gd ' ArrrWAn5unnydale 755 acies bttom, 20 ixrollo w. Tirmlc six room ,,rlc " O Mill Companjnder 660-67- 0 fence. ' Truat Bide. Owensboro, Kentucky am Price $5400. m s N FLAVO FLOUR Manufactured and Sold bv W. C. EVERLY & SON, Centertown, Ky. Order a Sack Today. self-impos- K. I I & 2, WOMEN MIDDLE AGE Burglar Insurance Is carried b J i & & & & & & 0 o & o & Dlesel-englne- RAT-SNA- P. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic xun-do- i & RAT-SNA- b 0 0 & by BANK OF 0 0 ti ti ti If you do business with us your interests are protected. Ohio County's oldest financial HARTFORD. i 0 c 0 0 & & o bfr o c & 0 t !$ ti ti ti i BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. b 0 Druggists Pink-hum- 's i?9?9??VV?99V9V9??9 iSL- - " fThe Hartford Republican HA11TFOHI) Published Weekly by PIMNTINO COMPANY Incorpornted W. S. TINSLKV, Kdltor mid Business MiimiRcr. Entered according to law at tho Postomco, Hartford, Ky., as mall nnattor of tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCHIBEHS. Subscribers desiring tho papor sent to a now address must glvo tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c )er lino, and Be per lino for additional of Thanks, Do vance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, Be per lino. will Anonymous communications recclvo no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual F1UDAY. Obituaries, insertion. Resolutions and Cards per lino, monoy In ad- 123 50 .SEPTEMBEH 12 and comfort; whore church services can be neld; whoro Sunday-schoo- l nan be tauclit: where dancoi an lodKe meotiiiKs aod all the varl" things thnt bring peoplo into close contact with each othor can tak plnco. Kent St. I Loiii; Th the $;'.22 ojIvj l.ugQ "If for any reason, the work mining coal is delayed or made did cniil eult, I want you to know tha,t the o Hut I ileors of the company have a keen-i- t price' torest In correcting every fault rcce-- i soon as possible. her ' "This Is a big work too big to cepte interfered with by anything trlflinir. then In fact, a man had better set fire to chasi u dozen houses in a city rather than ordo Before loave that city In darkness. So the darkness had passed away many sale houses might have fires set to them :1pp( and many lives might be taken by the !li ir-human vermin that come out of their holes In the darkness. ta, i "i do not intend to talk to you as'ooo n, farmers, or as coal miners, or as Dew- I am go- - (em ocrats, or as Republicans. ing to talk to you about something nmj - better. Ward Taylor, of Mt. Pleasan'. further particulars, see, ' f',"" Rev. thaL fcuamrii,1mi"" CAL P. KEOWN, Shell could have will move to Rosine this week. If undo John Mrs. Perrle Crowder and daughter. Hartford, Ky. thought of starting some of this nom along Mamie, were guests ut Frank Wal himself toriety "stuff" for i nignt. J'ARM FOR SALE. the time ho was 110 or 115 laces' Saturday ..JibHHt -. Mr. John Johnson was buried at years of age instead of Waiting unTdesdtty. 19 acres one mllo west of Duko- an old like person, he might llolne til he was The ppoplo around here, who have hurst. Ten acres bill, rest tiled bothavo been tolerablj well advertised three Good Imnrovmcnts, been attending the Roller Holler toms. by this date. tjw meeting at Salem, report they are room dwelling with two porches. big meeting $75 per acre. For particulars see, President Wilson after practicing having a W. K. HARDIN, Mr. Luclen Sandefur has sold tho begging question with Mexico anJ Hartford, Ky., Route 1 to Bob Barnard, for $2,000, and 84tp oven years, Germany for months and Dam. while they were butchering helpless will move near Beaver seems nevmen, women and children, TAFFY. er to have lacked for bossing desires when it came to the people of the U. of Centertown, Rev. Tlchenor, S. A. Even to the U. S. Senate, he way and n preached at the Baptist church Sat Fays It shall be done this other. Yes, he's quite firm at home urday night. Ho was a formor pastor of the place nnd wns welcomed by ar.. Vncle Dosler Bartlett, aged on. Evory time the big dealers In the traders, job- died Friday of typhoid fever, and was necessities of life, the Why? Too much loss in No. cometcry. bers, manufacturers and producers, of buried In tho Union Grove monoy. Do you handle go Into and upon Funeral services were conducted by tlmo and both tho things that bo- Ho was a good neigh- milk tho old fashion wny? Yes, tho outside of man havo a big meet Bro. Grcep. causo you do not know the labor a kind with an announced low to work out bor, an alfectionato father and reli-tlvsaving, monoy making qualities of plans for reconstruction and to dis- friend to all. His family and have tho sympathy of all tho tho Do Laval Cream Soparator. Don't High Cost of Living it's a cuss tho bo misled, but ask your neighbors. certain and never failing Indication community. Paul Hawkins and wife, who were I am giving you n list of Do Laval will be shoved up a bit that prices Ask In an automobile users In your neighborhood. as soon as they can get back home slightly Injured thorn und then call us for a demonmarking the souk.- - old things; wreck, aro nblo to bo out again. and start Rnscoc' Balrd is contemplating stration. On account of tho unusual for the thlid to fifth over, muy-b- c domand for tho Do Laval machine building i now dwelling house. time. Sovorul from hero attended tho wo uro having trouble In getting thorn, but don't buy until you havo last weok. Just why tho V. S. A. should Owonsboro fairRaymond visited her tried' u Do Laval. Lessen the Miss Susio pread hersidt out' over all of Europe Mrs. Ira D. Funk, Saturday work, bo progressive, like your neigh and China and other countries In sister. and Sunday. Do Laval. Some usors: bors, got night moidllng. interference and then draw . Geo. Schroader, Hartford. closed at Mt I.,... School has been our hands across our ureasis in wi- Morlah, on account of dlptherla. Henry Plrtlo, Hurtford, Ky. ly horror" at tho though of lendW. 11. Campbell, Huitford, Ky. meeting will begin A protracted ing a hand In justice, in the caso of at Clear Run on Tuesday night afMrs. Iglohart, Hartford, Ky. tho Irlbh, is something hard Indeed Will Ward, Hartford, Ky. Sunday, conducted by We do not say that ter the second to undorsjand. Geo. A. Barnes, Beaver Dam, Ky. Rovs. Shields and Jnrnlgln, of Boaver- we should bu meddling with tho at Mltchel Rentier, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dam. fairs of Ireland and tho British govElvis Render, Beavor Dam, Ky. ernment, hut wo do say that wo A. S. Chlnn, Beavor Dam, Ky. WANTED. should keep meddling hands out of Jas. Caldwell, Beavor Dam, Ky. Will pay $10.00 per pound for wild By meddling hands, wo do Europe Emanuel Ward. Beavor Dam, Ky. not mean all sorts or nanus euiier. Ginseng, Golden Seal (Yellow Root), W. B. Phelps, Beaver Dam, Ky. ..... lUU.Wl ii 0..(U if lunula niMier. i$4.48. bo dirt freo of Must .till sun" Hill Otis Stovens, Beavor Dam, Ky. uc- Simply because tho greater portion of and dry, parcel post shipments W. M. Haynos, Beavor Dam, Ky. day tho inhabitants of Ireland happen t.jcoptcd. Check sont on same Denhum Loach, Beaver Dam, Ky. bo catholics is no reason why they shipment arrives. W. II. Shacklctt, Centertown, Ky No. 1 horso Hides $10.00-$11.0should not govern themselves, neither cut, $8.00. Sheep is that u just reason for their having No 2, small or Tho truth of tho pelts BOc to $1.B0. Green salted t.elf government. via express to business Is. Ulster has kopt it back Hides 30c. Ship Hides Upland. va.s Rosine, Ky. lor these many years. Beaver Dam, Ky. C. H. WHITE, formerly no part of tho British po CUMB. PHONE. unions. Ireland has simply uetu oib 1: ' jst We saw Bro. Robert Bennett coming through town the othor day with a load of com and fodder-otho horn ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. of his saddle nnd then wo looked up itin rtunnt , I. n f.tllnf lflV fl Mil un.tll All persons having clalnu against 0ld Sol Bnrnett a comln with a keg tho estate of the late W. A Maddox, ;ot insgcs or maybe it was cider, on aro hereby notified to present same tll0 norn f nj9 saddle. And then to me, properly proven, on or before-- wc ,cnrn B)mo one say, those fellers November tho 1st, 1919, or they will jr0111 Klndorhook shore do know how bo forever barred. And all knowing to transport stuff anyhow, to the themselves to be Indebted aforesaid estate will pleaso call and How about tho popcorn profsettle, if they wish to save cost iteers? Why don't somebody In this This, September 11, 1919. 'town get busy nnd have Albert Rial U. S. CARSON, Adm'i. .Investigated nnd regulated? or W. A. MADDOX, dccc.it.ud. pemaps would be the better term. Some day we'll all wake BALD KNOB. to find Rial the owner of the Wool-wort- h building In New York, .,ni' p'o-jpl- o Mr. A. E Sandefui started a Sing-a- t will wonder how ho got It. Let's this place Saturday Investigate him bei'-ing school its too durncd night. Mr. and Mrs Ezra Crowucr o t'e proud parents of a Dig bd, Ezra Kin- certain party met another fellow nt'th. here In town one day this week, but Mr. R. W. Davis went to Beaver (1ld not know the man's name. So he 'undertook to describe the fellow to Dam Monday, on business Mrs. Charlie Leach and little son. i.im unknown, and when ho said, 'and are visiting her parents at Louisville. no natj a 0jB crop 0 Johnson grass Mr. and Mrs. Tripp Taylor went to an ovcr ns (aco and head" four men Beaver Dam Monday, on business. SI,0kc at onco and said, "Why! the Mr ai:d Mrs. Brandninn Davis, of man's name was Joe Thommasson of Horsebranch, visited Mr. and Mrs. ',j0Wn 'twlxt Nocreek and Heflln." Lem Leach Sunday. T.llllipp "MrT nnd nnd Mra m...... Tnhn Unnrv ...... .u. .11. j u.l .1 lAnl fr.n. MV H.tU n UlUi "" were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. jtnis Week and I am absolutely certain wife William Davis, Sunday. that Thomas has found a soap, a spot In the "Yal- Mis. Evcrelt Pandefur and little Fort or daughter, Joy, of Louisiana, arc vis- - i.,r itaks" 1 have been aiming to Ring relhthes here at this writing. visit for Iniake John a little week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach visited some time, and after getting his relatives at Olaton from Saturday cheerful letter and tho Invitation on . . until Monday. wlilcli I tltouglil I coma ueieci inc Mr. Leonard Wallace, who has beer odor of roses that grow and blossom visiting his parents at Jit. Pleasant, on hills and knobs, that take root and will return to Orange, Texas, in a rear their heads from 'neath the rugfew days. ged stone, in fields where gently ripMr. R. P. Sorrels, of Shelbyville, Is ples nearby, the green river, far and mill D.IVlfl ..lott...r Uia cm.c Plinutor ...... ...... muchly famed. Geo! who dropped tiaiwiib b""i x. r.Mnn.tl.r.,1 ......... ...!lM 'it nn.l tile (iiiiiiinuiii XT,Trll .... ....... .. ' that mallet and woke me up? Ullll llir the time of this writing. Mr. Lonnlo Sandeiur spent Satin- For Sale 160 acre farm, day night with his parent, E. P. San- known as the Joe Everly dei'ur. Her aud John farm. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Price $10,000. It is Her left for Hull, Texas, last Monday farming comAirs. Martha Leach, who lias been in the best is1 no very 111 for the past few weeks, munity in Ohio County. For j a-i - overrun and subdued by first one English ruler nnd then another, until tlw flnnlly nliout tho year of 1G00-9list big steal was mndo, when 1,000,- ood ncro3 of land owned by the Irish were confiscated nnd parceled out to the Scots nnd English protestnnts. though a few years prior S00.000 d irres in Ulster had been declared and rested from tho Irish. And in this manner Ulsterltcs got their stnrt In Ireland. In fact, If wo understand tho matter, of which wo do not 'speak positively, had It not been for these gigantic steals by Protestant, Christian people, Ireland today perhaps would havo been nil catholic and no trouhlo would havo ever come from that quarter and home rulo would havo been n realization years ago. 1, for-J'lte- STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McPluko.) nMi I H -- -- i iiiMM - I ) If flslv bit so fast you could catch a thousand pounds a day wo couldn't find tluio to hook niorc'n n wee, little minnow. Undo Clem Mtixley dropped In to see us the othor day and ho says ho'c mighty proud that John Henry has left the Cunty, as now, ho has no opponent, none to dispute with him tho fact of his being just nbout the beat looking man within tho whole county a -- & m v PllllllHf ' ' Your Private Dance ' I, rM4& mm WMm -- J ii Orchestra 0- - (P j c Your porch is a wonderful place room there for a jazz band, a society orchestra and a troupe of comedians everything the youno fnlUs ccuid want for a grand and glorious time. ' ' rf he minute you acquire a New Edison, you've solved the problem of the young folks for all the summer. It's their dance orchestra, their vaudeville, their son leader. It supplies them with inexhaustible rounds of good, clean fun at home where the influence is holsomest. When the New Edison an orchestra piece, you hear each instrument as distinctly as though the actual organization were before you. It's as good as a private dance orchestra. Re-Creat- es 15he .... Tllll-lln- "The Phonograph with a Soul" New Edison ...... E. P. Barnes & Bro BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. & - T F , J Do You Cut Wheat With The Old Reap Hook? The Supremacy of Our Blouse Values is Splendidly Ap' parent in the NEW Hl mnnunr SikTjhmiS' M ft 13 u es Never before have we been abje to more strikingly demonstrate the decided superiorty of our Blouse values than is permitted in the remarkable offerings of these Wirthmor Silk Models. Styled most attractively and appealingly ; developed of quality fabrics (beautiful Georgette Crepe, Crepe de 'Chine and Wash Satin), made with painstaking attention to details, and cut on full, generous, correct fitting lines, they are the kind of blouses for which you would expect to pay and ordinarially would have to pay a far higher price. CHOICE WHILE THEY LAST ..... $5.00 i These matchless Wirthmor values are possible only because of our close, intimate, friendly relation with the many hundreds of Worthmor Stores in othwith America's largest and most efer cities working in complete method our blouse manufacturers. From this economical ficient saving, and in turn, your savings result. on ..-- -.- ( Quantity is ' Limited and No More of Same Styles Will be Obtainable. ' 0, CARSON & COMPANY Hartford, Kentucky. J. D. Williams & Sons uwiuu, i. James Tnlo has accepted n In tho Olilo County Clerk's Mr Laura Htovcns left yesterday for Louisville to maka her homo with her son, Rev. C. S. Stevens. Millinery Opening I We extend to the ladies a special invitation to attencl our fall- opening of - ,1. O, Kcown visited relatives Cecil Felix, who 1ios been with the Kvnnsvlllo, Iiul., tho first of tills Southern Hallway, In Vlrglnnni for fomts time arrived homo here Wednes week. day. Miss Lenn Mosclcy, Morehous, Mo., Is visiting iTcr uncle, Mr. Lon Ralph Mr Lewis (Footny) Hozarth, left here Saturday for Akron, Ohio, whero anil family. ho will resume his old Job held when Miss Klslo Ilurmelstor, Greenville, ho entered the army. Ky spent the week end here with 9 Mrs. Hot Taylor. MIs N'orino Harnett left Monday Mt. Vernon, whero she has a posl for Mr Otto C. Martin and finilly have tlon as teacher. She stopped off in moved Into the property recently va- Louisville to attend the fair a few cated by his father, It. II. Martin and days. family. Miss Elizabeth Davidson Is to lcavr Mr. James Hancock, who Is employ- Sunday for Lexington whero she wl'l ed In tho oil field of Desdcmonla, resume her studies In the Kentucky Texas, was In town the first of this State University, In her Inst year's week. work. Mrs. In Public Sale! HARTFORD, KY. Saturday, Sept. 13th Car Load of Work Metres 3 to 6 i MILLINERY, COATS, COAT SUITS, WOOLENS, SILK DRESSES, ETC. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I 13, 1919 Come and spend the entire lay looking over the 'NEW styles. Every effort will be put forth to make your time pleasantly and profitably spent. Don't forget the date, tell your friends about it, arid remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Mrs. Kills Foster spent lost weekMr and Mrs. Trimble Pendleton, end In Llvcrmoro, the guest of her of Kuttawa, camo up Tuesday to sister, Mrs. K. E. Ilrown nnd Mr. spend a few days with Mr. PendleUrown. ton's father, Dr. E. Ii. Pendleton and family. Mrs. Vurnon Llgon, of Chicago, hero Saturday, for a few days For Sale Ono farm of G7' acres, visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. near Hob Hoy school house. For In J. II. I'lrtle. formation write to, Jv H. EMORY, W. K. ELLIS & UHO., have a good 8tf Deaver Dam, R. ,No. 3. stock of tho old relloble Jones Fcrtlll-Izu- r for wheat. (lot their prices Our- friend and neighbor, R. 0. buying. lOti Martin and family have moved to Cromwell. Mr. Martin is in charge Mrs. J. A. Howard and sons, J. of the A. C. Association's business at Jr., and Kslll are visiting that point. 'friends in Morgantown and Rock-po- rt this week. Mr. W. W. Harris, local manager for tho Cumberland Telephone and Mrs. P. O. McKinney and little son, Telegraph Int? the Co. Olllvcr J., of Centertown, were guests property recently vacated by Mrs. of Mr. and .Mrs. R .H. Gillespie, the Kato Hedrlck. first of this week. , nr-rlv- ed bo-ifo- ro u, has-move- d Years Old. be" These mares will sold, worth the money. ALEX CRANNA. FARMS M SALE 1. 70 acyes Mrs. J. L. Sallee and Miss Dorcas and Mrs. Herman Olack, of Sallee, of E. St. Louis, 111., returned 'near town, had an early morning vis to their home Thursday, after having itor Wednesday. Its a fine boy and spent a week with Judgoand Mrs. ' .weighs 9 pounds. R. R. Wedding. Mr. at Horse Branch, five minutes walk to l LfflSb The Hartford ritiiiAY Republican .SKPTKMUKR 12 Williamson, of hponi several nays here last week, tho guest of frlnds. Special attention is culled to tho ad of E. 1'. BARN'ES & BRO., on page two, in this issue. Mr. James Lyons, accompanied by Mrs. Lyons, was In Louisville tho first of the week, on business. Miss Margaret I Personal News Mr. Leach has sold recently, his farm on tho river, near town, to Mr. Ben II. Bennett, who has been ConMr. G. W. Dodson, of Utica. employed In the oil fields of Texas, sideration $10,000. near Dallas, for the past several months, spent several days hero with Messrs. Coaklcy and John Taylor, his family, recently. of Maceo, spent tho week end here, guests of their sister, Mrs. B. II. Mrs. John P. Taylor and little Ellis and Mr. Ellis. daughter. Esther, aro visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, 's Mr. and Airs. W. W, Lloyd, of Ferry, spent the latter portion of Vicksburg, Miss. They will be gone about a month. c f last week here, guests of Judge and Mrs. R. R. Wedding. Mr. Ira Bean who has been in rathByron Williams of Heflln, Hinton er poor health for some tlmo Is at Leach and (Jlenn Tlnslcy, of this Battlo Creek, Michigan, for the of having, himself looked over place, will leave today for Lexington, and perhaps treated. to enter the K. S. U. Hnr-jroUpur-poso Lieut. Lum S. Iglehearl and Mrs. Rev. E. S. Moore, of Reaver Dam, Igluheart spent a. portion of last wee'.' announces that he will fill his regular in Owensboro, visiting triends and appointment at Liberty Sunday at attending the fair. 11, A. M., and at Bethel in tho afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Henry v. Some excellent speakers have been Mr. L. T. Riley returned from yesterday, whero he went procured to address tho big gathering Miss Evelyn Thomas returned to to take the examination for State of world war veterans and others at the Fair Grounds, September 20, so Wedding left Tuesday for Llvermoro, Sunday, where sho Is em- llceusu for cream testing. Walter don't forget to be present. In the High School. ployed Akron, Ohio. Miss Mabel Webb, of Champaign, T. B. McGregor is one of tho very Mr. C. B. Howard returned to Deca 111., is spending her vacation with her Dr. J. D. Duff, of Dundee, was in ttir, AW., Sunday, utter speudiut; .sev- mother, Mrs. Palestine Webb, and best orators In the State. Don't for Tuesday. Hartford, get to hear him at tho Court House, other relatives near here. eral days hero with his family. Monday at 1 o'clock. It will pay you acid phosphate fertilizer, go to For to lose time for this speech. Mr. James Sullenger, of Oveusboro, Miss Xorine Black will leave 10t4 W. E. ELLIS & BHO. is visiting. Mr. and Mrs. James V. for Bowling Greeni where she HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. will completo her courso in the Mr. Roy Keown, of Fordsvillo, has. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Carter, of Dukchurst this week, Bowling Green Unlyersity. been placed in charge of the A. C. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. j V. C. Elgin sold his dwelling house j Association's justness at this place. and lot on Union Street to Fred j Mrs. J. C. Her nnd sons Clove and Mr. Keown will bring his family here Dr. Claionce DoWoeso, of Burns, of Owonsboro, Wednesday. Norman, left hero Tuesday for Louls- - In tho course of a few weeks. was In town Monday. vlllo. whero they go to Join Mr. Her, Mr. J. II. B. Carson, of Carson & to make their future homo. Mr. .and Mrs. Leo Robertson loft Miss Nulla Alford, of Roslno, Is Co., made a business trip to Louis- Tuesday for Mt. Vernon, Ind., whery visiting Miss Elizabeth Davidson. vlllo Monduy, returning Tuesday. I'or Saie Good G room dwelling, they will visit Mrs. Robertson's with largo hull. In first class con- parents for some time before returnWo hnvo rye and timothy seed in Prlvutes James Carpenter anil (loo-b- dition and on a largo ljt. ing to Los Angeles, California. abundance. Wilson, of Camp Knox, spent tho SU L. T. (KELLEY) RILEY. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. wock-en- d hero with their n.ireuts. LOST Ono extra wheel, for Max Mrs. James 13. Long and daughter, well motor car, on road between Harvo Sheffield spent Friday and Hear T. B. McGregor in a dlscu , Miss .luuulta, of Nash vlllo, Teun., nnd Cromwell, during tho Saturday In Owensboro, attending tho slon of tho political Issues of the.uoro the guests of Mrs E. T. Wil- - first week in July. Finder return to fair. i Hums, J.-or mis place, last week times, at tho Court Ilouhe, Monday. CASEMER & CO. Ueaver Dam. lltlp Mr. Oscar Hennott left yesterday Mrs. It. II, Gillosplo uml daughtor, j Mr. Elijah Thomas will leave Mon- Akron, Ohio, whore ho has a for Miss Besslo, spent several days this. day for Lobanon, Tonn., whero ho For quick meals, choice sandwiches. goes to outer Castlo Heights Military end most anything to eat on a hurry-u- p wook visiting relatives in Rockport. and traltilug school, aa a student. ordar go to that bright, clean For soft drinks that aro thirst Misses Gladys Myers and Ruth restaurant of Casobler and Taylors. quonchlng go to Lynn, of Madlsonvillo, wcro guosU' airs. j. p. Casobler. and llttlo son, Corner room in tho old Hartford CASEniER & TAYLOR. The above cut represents one of the very best of Mrs. W. W. Harris, last week-enj. c. went to Louisville, Tuesday, House. they will visit friends and nt- L. McCracken where County Agent, M. common sense wagons to be found anywhere for the Miss Cessna Shults, daughter of tend tho Stato Fair, for a few days. W. C. Evorly, of Contortown was in and wife aro spending tho week In money, or at any price for the matter of that. Buy I'ostmustcr Shults, was the guest of j town Monday. Mr. Evorly Is he id Louisville.' an OWENSBORO, the best wagon on wheels, one friends in Owensboro, lust week-enof the firm of W. C. Evorly & Son, Mrs. Kills Rumago and three of Detroit, Mich., woro visitors manufacturers of Flavo flour nt Cenyoung people gave a dnnco at Tho made near your home, and sold by home people. Miss Mattyo Duko loft horo Sunduv ut tlio homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. tertown. See their ad on page three, tho Rink Tuesday night, which was for Sho'bvvlllo, whore shu hiiH a from Sunday until Tuesday. this issue. well attended. . ' tlon In tho High School of that city 10. M. Woodwurd, of MIssos Ruth Tlchenor and Dewoy Mrs. S. A, Anderson, of Louisville, Attorney, HARTFORD, KY. on Drnnd Mrs. J, IJ. Tappan and fam- - bpent a few days hero recently, the j Johnson will leave for Louis was hero laBt weoK-enily spont a couple of days in Owons- - nuest of her mother and Bister. Mrs vlllo, to nttoud tho State Fair and will legal business. boro, lust week, attending the fair. j. i. Morton and Mrs. J. O. Keown. loavo Loulsvillo Sunday for u week's I eggs, and coffeo, while visit In tho mountains before returnFor ham, fbnee1 Mrs. Nathan Uonnett and llttlo son, ing homo. FARM I'OR & For Sale My herdboar, "Rockport Catalpa Sale 1000 For attending court, go to CASBUJER Defender," No. 120597. A grandson posts. who havo beon vlsltlug rolatives In . S place. TAYLOR old luS acres, good tarp A. Wl LOUAN. aud near Ucda for some time, havo reFor Sale Fine Winchester rlflo of "Defender." Also 3, GVorge Hrunton, of Denver )0t2 Unit ford. Ky turned to their home In Tolona, 111. (22 calibre.) fitted with telescope of purebred sowa, bred to him and due dwelling, good stoek.. ' Mrs. November 1st. Also 20 barns. Plenty of gi 4 diameters, making object nt 100 to farrow Dam, was a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Make a now car out of your old ono For a wheat drill of quality, ono yards appear to bo only 25 yards. A ewes from C months to 2 years old. Farm finely watered. H Tappan, Sunday. by using ACME AUTO ENAMEL. Wo that will do your work to your en- - fino present for boy. Can be seen 2 brood mares and a 2 year old Hartford, near se church 2',-- i miles i at'tho Hub Clothing Store, Hartford. gelding. tire satisfaction, got a Mollne. R. Carson, of tho Hub Clothing havo a full lino In all shades. A. WM, CHARLES HARREL, OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. A. W. Logan, a business ACTON UROS. Co., went to Louisville, on 9t31p Jtockport, Ky. St4 9t3 (Incorporated.) l U3 Hartford, Ky. 10t2 Hartford, Ky. Wednesday. mlssIont LouIsWUe Out-buildings. I I ol m and Social Eueots. 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, 22 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. &bwwiL)m8&& !w 3. 102 acres, 3V1 miles from Hartford. 55 acres bottom, 47 hill. Good buildings. Two separate farms but join. Both for $7,000. 4. 130 acres, 4 miles fremi 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 barns, all under fence. Price $5400. 6. Only blacksmith shop in Horse Branch, also good dwelling and two acres veiy rich land. All tools1 and equipment. Big trade. A bargain at $1500. , v-,-,,- ,r ry y Baize (L Greep ' d. I d. posi-iTapp- ACTON BROTHERS Lou-Jsvll- lo d, to-da- y waamffil LET WOMAN SET DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owoniboro. Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMuster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustco ilury Fund Cal P. Korrwn, W;- - 'M tZ&sXJm miriiLy&KJk 'tJ'-ir- J EVE'S WRONG RIGHT :9i 4ii..v'r.si tic i&.wt.'C,'5 ; niUVKIl DAM. . ir fr&rf &$i IP'Il rt,rt'if mellow-mildnes- . -- Female "Billy Sunday" Says Mother Of Race Is, Mother Of Sin New York, September C. "Woman brought sin Into the world didn't she? Then Barely she should havo'tho right to help undo the wrong and lead the world to tho Eden above, That is tho answer of Mrs. Almoo Semplo McPherson, the pretty 2S- year old Los Angeles woman preacher, who is speaking nightly to enormous audiences of New Yorkers in her evangelistic campaign. Mrs McPhearson Is nn ordained minister of the Apostolic Church. I asked her to tell why she thinks a woman should have the right to preach the gonpel "Woman's personality, her tender sympathies, her simple direct message the woninn-niothheart, brooding over the world, yearning to help Its wayward sons and daughters these aro all qualities In favor of her right to tell the story of God's love," she replied. "Deborah led forth nrniies with gleaming banners. The first salvation sermon was preached by the woman at the well. It was a wompii ,whom Christ conruUsloneri to preach er Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno. Clerk 11. V Klnu. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopbr. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FOHDSVILLK. Board W. II. Jonci. Ch'm'n. Clerk Olla Cobb., Pollco Judge C. I Kesslngor. Mnrshal Oraiit Pollard. .wr'irx BuWTvWS rette revelation ! after-tast- Hartford. J- -r supply cigarette contentment beyond anything CAMELS experienced ! You never tasted such ; such refreshing, appetizing s flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a cigafull-bodi- r- - .' r - i 1 "Wcmen were with Peter and Paul in their work. Hut did not the npostle say, "Let your women Camels are told evervM here in scientifically realed package of 20 cigarettes ortep pack' keep .silence In the churches?" Yes, (200 cijarcttr) in a itlassine'paper aes covered carton. We tron&) recomrrend but ho did not refer to a Godly wom-- 1 this carton for the home or office supply an's right to preach the eternal gostf when $outr&cl. pel, for he also gives specific instrucR.J.REYNOLDSTOBACCO COMPANY ? tions as to how a woman should conWintton-Salem- . N. C. 1 HgW K.i duct herself when pi caching or praying in public. Before I consecrated my life to this service of love for God i nd humanity I was an elocutionist. 'No one questioned my right to amust ,1110 church congregation with wlttl claims and comical recitations. Thai was spcakug in the church,' wasn't It? 0, emergency officers, not to exceed FAIRBANKS WILL. "The best reason In fnvor of a womREDUCTION OF. ARMY and the House has under conan's- right to preach the gospel, te that sideration a bill along the same lines, nlcs--e- d Attacked lly Daughter Says Father's God's favor has attended It, and results follow. Called Into work IS SERIOUS PROBLEM but with some differences. losing qome Impaired. Mini! Meanwhile, the army is at 17, I have been in active service of its most desirable officers of the practically ever since. I have seer, Indianapolis, Sept. G The will ol thousands come to the altar, laden class of young and able men who have Medical Men Needed; Great proved their adaptability for the mili- the late Charles Warren Fairbanks, with iniquity, then rising to their tary service. So the relief can not former Vice President cf tno United feet changed men and women." Waste In Stores And States, was put in Jeopardy la the come too quickly, military men bay. Mrs. McPherson was born In Buildings Seen O Br Probate Court hero today when hi ; near London, Out., in Canadr ItAT-SNU- P KILLS HATS. daughter, Mrs. Adelaide Tiinmon-- -. .Contrary to her usual custom, Mrs. prevents started proceedings to break it. Four Also mice. Absolutely McPherson did not cross the con' By Louis Ludlow. odors from carcass. One package reasons riven in the comp 'iJnt aro: tinent in her "gospel car." She is P comes In First That the siM Charles War 'accompanied by her niother.Mrs Mln-'nl- e Washington, September G. Tbo proves this. United States army Is facing an cakes no mixing with other food. reu Fairbanks at the time Mich preKennedy. She has left her young tended will was executed was of un Ison, Rolf, nine years old, and her Guaranteed. alarming dearth of officers. 25c size (1 caKc) enough for Pun-tr- sound m! ml At the present rate of demobiliza, IIUUL-IIU-, lUUIKM!-'- ' Ul 111- UUJ 4111(3'"' Second Vhat said pretended will home. army will be reduced to apKitchen or Cellar. tion the Chicken was unduly executed. 5()c bi.e (2 cakes) for proximately 225,000 men by October Third That said pretended wi'l 3st. Practically all the officers of the House, Coops or small buildings. RATS 1MB army are now assigned to Important 91.00 sie (5 cakes) enough for all was obtained by undue Influence. Mrs Timmons includes umong tho duties either with troops or in chargi farm and out buildings, storage buildWarren, so do mice, once they eat Sold and defendants her brothers, of ' government property. At least ings, or factory buildings. eight out of ten of these officers are guaranteed by J. P. Casebier, Acton Richard and Frederick Fairbanks, ex- And they leave no odor behind. Don't It try a package. holders of emergency commissions Bros. Taylor's Drug Store, Williams ecutors of the will, and others Mrs. take our word for liuu'.ions gives an unofficial .schedule Cats and dogs won't touch It. Rats and will bo discharged from the mili- and Duke and Walker Myrtle. --t of her father's property, all "ging that pass up all food to get tary service with the reduction of the army to the peace-tim- e basis under ".Mrs. Kejuh Tells How She Got To it shows he was possesse 1 of at least Threo sizes. 25c slzo (1 cako) enough for PanSSiUu.OOO when he died, and that the provisions of the army appropriaKnow or Cellar. tion bill. "Have always feared rats. Lately tho sharo of tho estate left to her try, Kitchen 50c size, ( 2 cakes) for Chicken . 'grossly less than this value of Waste. Knormous-noticed many on my farm. A neigh was of the estate. Tho will House, coops or small buildings. Eighty per cent of the officers in bor said ho just got rid of droves with ' the camps, flying fields and depots of $1.00 slzo (5 cakes) enough for all gave lier an income of ?15,0f0 a year This started me thinkstorage farm and myself. It the army will be out of the service, ing. Tried RAT-SNA-P .Must Have Ilccii Dead At Least O buildings, or factory buildings. and there will bo no officers available killed 17 and scared tho rest away." "It Sold and guaranteed by J. F. CaseMonths Hut Didn't Smell." to take their places. The wasto of RAT-SNA-P comes in three sizes, 25c, government stores and buildings "Saw a big rat in our cellar last bier, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug 50c $1.00. & Duko and Walker will be enormous, it is claimSold and guaranteed by J. F. Case- - Fall." Writes Mrs. Joanny, "and Storo, Williams Myrtle. Drug 1 bought a 25c cako of ed, and will not bo chargeable to ar- bior, Acton Bros., Taylor's m my officers or the War Department. Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker broke it up Into small pieces. Last week while moving wo camo ncross Major General, Morritte W. Ireland, Myrtle. purgeon general of the army, says tho dead rat. Must have been dead FOR FLETCHER'S p six months, didn't smell. that in the hospitals of tlio United RAILWAYS KACK IIKAVV VKAR 1010 Is wonderful." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, States army thero are 20,000 sick for HKKICIT $1.00. treatment and that without legislation Sold and guaranteed by Jk F. Caserelief he will not have medical offiNew York, Sept. 7, Reports of cers to give anywhere near the at- class 1 railroads of tho country to the bier, Acton Ilros., Taylor's Drug tention that their cases demand for Interstate Commerce Commission for Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker proper treatment. July and the first seven months of Myrtle. m The hospitals containing these pa- this year show the Railroad Adminisaro scattered from Siberia to tration must fr.co an operating deficit WOULD XOTTAKK A HUllSTlTt'TK, tients M'ALKKI) FIVK MILKS TO GKT These aro usually more France, Germany, Italy, all over the at tho end of 1919. Although agA HOTTLK MKNDKNHALL'S United States to Alaska, Hawaii, the gregate returns of all roads and termthan "skin deep." Suf-fercCHILL AND FKVKK TONIO from skin affections Philllppines and wherovor else Unit- inals operated by tho Government ed States soldiers are stationed. Med- showed slight improvement in July have found tho longed-fo- r Springfield, Tenn., Oct. 17, 1917. ical officers aro needed for adminis- over July, 1918, thero is little evirelief in trative duties In the department and dence that the deficit will be decreas- Wo certainly aro well pleased with Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Tonic they may be called to the border of ed. Mexico, or even farther. Besides, At present the line of 1919 earn- and sell about two to ono of all other "The Waterway to Health" medical officers are for the sick, the ings Is running far below tho Btntu1- - kinds combined. Ono man wnlked army must have dental, sanitary and 'ard return guaranteed by tho Gov- five miles to our store and bought An American Medicinal Mineral Water, bottled at the veteiiarlun officers. To meet the de- ernment to roads during Its control, throe bottles lied Label Chill Tonic spring, without any condenmand upon the corps General Ireland and whllo July records show a net T. F. Rico & Co. Users please take Not a sing or fortifying. now has available approximately 900 gain to the Railroad Administration notice wo make chill tonic black label drastic cathartic but a mild officers of tho regular army medical of approximately $2,000,000,000 for containing no arsenic and a chill tonic alterative and reconstructive. corps, besides a proportionate num-li- Die month, this i.nproven.ent Is not Red Label containing 20 minims Fowof tho other classes, and 5,100 sufficient to offset tho deficit plied no ler's Solution of Arsenic to each fluid Dose: Tablespoonful in emergency medical, sanitary, dental In the first six months to upproxl ounce. Tho chill tonic regular Is Ina glass of water dicated, the Red Label whoro qulnln. uuil veterinarian officers. matoly $290,525,000. Prescribed by physishopmen accepted and arsonlc aro both Indicated which SIioiIjiki' .Serious. f Had ihe railway cians for constipation, In the absence of legislation to re- tho piy Increases awaided them by is In chronic malaila, loss of appotPe, indigestion, rheumatic pressure of all the latter tho President, net earnings for July Indigestion, lnactivo liver and spleen lievo the affections, high blood .... w..itvlfi diiH Ifiutiilfpn flue In ttinln- claps will be discharged and army would not have shown u balance for (pressure and hardening the arteries. offlcurs declare they will not be re- the Railroad Administration abovn jrla. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co On prcicrlptlop m sponsible for tho caro of tho sick and tho standard return, as payment of irom your pnyti-clai i5S! or at yout Herbino is tho medicine that cures wounded, 'V Bay nothing of tho main- that Increaso wouid have takon mora druEBiit. Free booklet ou request. and constipation. biliousness, malaria tenance of the health of tho army. than $5,000,000 from tho roaads. The Dcvonlin Congress undoubtedly will taltti The total addition to railroad pay Tho first dose makes you feel better, Mincnl Spring Co. (Incorporated) doses euro completebomo action relative to this situation. rolls because of the award is esti- a few additional Owcnsloro, Ky. The Senate has passed u bill authoriz- mated at approximately $40 000,000,-00- 0 ly. Price CO cents. Sold by Ohio m Drug Co. County annually. ing tbe retention of necary j Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways! e or unFreedom from any unpleasant cigaretty pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes 18c. a package Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! 1 I'-- .V 'jj. . ..V-'V- 'j; .' .'r i V'.v-- fl .Ij'-.;- .. '. V.i the fiist Faster sen-ion- . '.jK t-- 1S,-00- lBt Monday in March 12 days Com'tli. and Civil. let Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKNDAIU 1st Monday In July 12 days County Hoard of IMiiratlon. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday In Scptomber Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvillo, Dlv. No. Com'tli. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows, COUNTY" COURT. Ky. Moots first Monday in each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Iloslno, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Klrlc. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankenshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No. C Nat Dudley. Center-towSuperintendent K. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In Tav CoiiiiiiInsIoiici- - D. E. Ward. February; let Monday In April; lit Survejor C S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Au- Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Mondny in December. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Routo 3. Hartford, examination. L. Stevens, Heav- diploma 2ml District Sam Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. er Dam. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school' 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May 1C and 17 County teachers" 8th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . examination. (White) Hartford. Mny, 23 and 24 County teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford 7lh District B. F. Itlco, Fordsvi'llo. June. 20 and 21 County nnd State 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Routo 6. villo. June. 27 nnd 23 County and. HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Institute. July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. E. P. Casebier. Marshal Sent.. 19 and 20 County nnd ItOCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State Police Judge John T. Jackson. enchers' examination (colored) Hart Marshal Will Langford. ford. 20. n, X . n. Ca Mothers 5P IrF .5r?i-- ? 7Tv 6 WILL YOU. TAKE OUR I USQ GERMINAL REMEDY A vgPrey$ ed Treilmcnl Ss&a A quick '(or WEAK LUNGS or KAT-SNA- CONSUMPTION y, - For the Children A Safe, coucbt, palni In chcl. nictit wcat. Iirmot ihacn. weak lunta or coniumpllon. 11 ll do cot help you il coali you othiot. FOR ONEliirtl.MONTH rundown IttKng for that rrlirt ( OHIO MEDICAL CO. cnntlnu-oi- Remedy for Worms Befentj-flf- SSiSS'n !i RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- In the twt tfMlmunUl nUIY'S YKKUlKL'UKcanoftVr you. Krp bottle alwaji on ha ml. It will (if lp keep Urn Uttla onei liapp anJ health?. iV. a bottle at your drug glut' or eonrnil itoro ; or if u ream f (rn) nr attttirtlfc 'WvrTTiTrf Itat-Sna- p. your dealer can't tupply you end hi name anil2Sc.tmtati)p and we'll wild ya m bottle promptly. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. one-fift- Succeed when everything else fails. In ncivoui prostration and female cnknesse thrv nti. iVi. .t....tn.. remedy, at ihousands Imve testified. lectnc liters RAT-SNA- P. J I It is the best medicine ever sold over a drucgis"'s counter. FOR KIDNiiYLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE MY HEAD! - RAT-SNA- P, head feels When the Children Cry For aches, when one feels nil out-of-sor- thick or ts Every Woman WiiiiIh Rat-Sna- CASTORIA perhaps con .1 (1 t tongue o is the signal it Skin Affections k rs lating in the system, nnd that poisons are accumu- should he at cleaned out Forc ppR;nMAi i.ivr!iPM!7 Diiiolvcd In water for douche itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten ycarf. A healing wonder for naial otnrrh, sore throat and ore oyc Economical. H ejtt.otJu.aiy rluo'ina and nomicUil pnwrr. tree. 50e. alt ilni.ai.i. ... .........i sanioTTuFaiUinToa.l Company. Ilatou.MaM. l m. "- J oEYONISt er 64 Doses $1.00 mK mum , generate toxins actual poisons, which fill one's own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing of tho face, extreme lassitude, biliousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of the stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, anemia, loss of weight and muscular power, decrease of vitality or lowering of resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of tho eve, dyspepsia, indigestion, gastritis many forms of catarrh, asthma, car affections and allied ailments result from once. can bo best ascribed to our own neglect or carelessness. When the organs fail in the discharge of their duties, the putrefactive germs set in anil Auto-intoxicati- on USE LI VV ER-- L AX For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles oE ' Constipation. rnf May-appl- e, Take castor oil, or procuro at the drug storo, a pleasant vegetable laxative, called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, composed of aloes and jalap, Hartford Itviublican, $1.30 per year Peel rteht all tho time. Don't lay cfl from work for daya by taking calomel when plpasant Lie- - Vet-La- x keeps yo( on your feet, whilorcliovlngyourtroub Jo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Dortt tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ey tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, eur in its elfcct and certain in results, ll won't bo long before will completely displaco calomel in everl home.1 Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. GOc and l in bottles. Non genulno without tho likeness and sign' turo of L. K. Grigeby. For eiilo by r , M, WUX1AMU, . IlfrtXorA Kl 4 V FARM. DEPARTMENT. '.Uif'it Tlicso Don't .MiiUIiik I" Mlntl VliiCKiir. When lorlzos 11 n? n "ll.iht floater ' Aftriln, the yolk may ml with tlio con-dltlo- i n Don't put tlio freshly pressed Julco whlto nnd ninko n 'whlta rot,'' a also revealed hy tho rnndle. Jnto old vinegar kegs or lmrrcls without thoroughly cleansing nnd scald- Tho final stpge ;s I ho "olaok rot," ing. Hut If, however, tho barrels whero no light at all can ho soon linvo n prntcctlva coating of rosin through tho egg. Tho egg has no-nnd pnrallln on tho Inside, do not reached tho exploslvo stago, which scald, for hot wnter will romovo tho makes it such a favorlto mlssilo of coating. Old Imrrols with vinegar In I he avorago hoy. There h, however iields. Nine of these aro methods In them or tho addition of vinegar di- another type of had egg which ino.Ht which the plows nro lifted at tho ends. rectly to tho fresh fruit will prevent pcoplo would think good for food. Tho other four aro methods In which Tho yolk Is a firm golden oall nr.d the the- plows aro left In tho ground In goJt from making vinegar. Hut tho whlto ing to freshly white a clear liquid Don't add "mother" across tho ends. They nro depressed Juice. It will spoil tho Julco has a giccnlsh color and the green signed for both ) octangular and Irfor vinegar making. Add surface Indicates that tho egg Is full of bac- regular fields, and one or another of "mother" only after alchollc fermen- teria It Is a "green whlto egg." them will bo found udaptcd to practitation (liuhhtlug) has ceased. cally any piece of ground that Is to The World Doe Mine. Don't add old "mother" from tho be plowed. The bulletin is free. bottom of an old vinegar harrel. Add All farming operations aro changonly "mother" from the surface and ing rapidly In this twentieth century. Thoughtfully planned, convenlontl.v good strong vinegar. Of course, there are among us thoso irranged. and carefully constructed Don't put In a cold cellar. Fermen farmers who cling to tho methods of buildings nro ns essential In the couu tation either will lie entirely prevent tillage and feuding of a generation try ns In tlio city. very slow, sometimes j!IKf ed or will ho lt lM0 lnajor portion of tho continuing for two years. farmers are ready and willing for any (JrsN"s of The Culled State. Don't store In full harrels and WMC, vvm loIn ti10r nlsI. It should bo worth .something to the pert it to make vinegar. Harrels and lloSS- por,IW nothing lias been so keg. should be filled half full and mdlcally changed In tho past few farmer to know all about the species grasses that aro native, have been laid on xldfM. Holes should ho hore.v y(,.,r8 I1S tlle ,ethod of feeding hogs. of or cultivated In tho United In 1. 1. h head Just nbovo tho Julco and That the everyday farmer may un-tl- u lutioduced Statoa. Tho United States Departbung left open to glvo clrrulatlon dorstand how hngn wero fed .when ment of Agriculture has recently Is.i air. Cover holes with cloth to (j,.org- - Washington farmed at Mt sued that information In Hulietln i p inserts away. Vernon, tho county agent Is quoting Under each genus aro given tho Don't put In too warm n place or below from a report of Mr. Parkinson. 772. has- - nn ICiikILsIi agriculturist, who visited species that aro of economic importiiom? to sunlight In summer to ance, either as useful or harmful t n fermentation. It may prevont It America In 17!S: grasses. The grains, of course, are Is between 80 Tin- best temperature "Tho leal American hog is what is of greatest Importance. Next come X and HO degrees F. termed the wood hog; they aro long thoso that are cultivated for meadow X adding vinegar, ex- Don't, after i,.Ki .,rrw i the back, short In It may .prevent tho body, flat on tho sides, with a or posture and other indigenous spe- X Pom to brlghtllght. cies that furnish pasture on native long snout, very rough in their hair. .icetic acid bacteria from growing. X pastures and ranges. Din t, after vlnernr if made, le.ic j 1Moro nics a fish called i Tho acid wi'l perch than anything I can describe it exposed to the air. praluill disappear am' it will 'turn Vou may as well think of stopping a Proper Storage An Aid To Sweet Pox tato Crop. crow as those hogs. They will go a to water." When it is considered that tho valDon't, if uiiHiicressful, think your instance from a fence, take a run, and cillnr won't make good vinegar KltV jiuaH through the rails, three or four ue of the sweet potato has Increased per cent 10 tr the fruit did not contain enough- reti from the ground, turning then.-Miga- more than it80now ranks in tho lastval second In or you. unconsciously, por- f(ives sidewise These hogs suffer ears, that hap, failed to follow gonio important 'nurh hardship as no other animals ei -- e among the vegetables In tho United Kvon In Mep In directions. It Is ensfomnry to keep them Statos, that the value of tho 1917 crop reached the huge sum of IMr making "practice makes ported." M the wooijs all winter, as there Is no and tl.at of 191S Is estimatthrashing or they and Chicken should nlwnys be provld- - must live on tho roots of trees, or ed at almost $117,000,000, it is not INCORPORATED to understand why bo much ttl with fresh, eloun dilnMng water 'something of that sort, but they are difficult is boing o interest, taken In this crop. (liir-foal- , grit, and oyster show poor beyond any creature that I ever ,nvly I,olato' so lonS accustomed lu jl., bo placed before the fowls so saw. That Is probably tlio cause why JThe to coming to market along with the th t tl.-- j ran have access to Hum at American pork Is so fine. They aro something like forest sheep. I am farmers' surplus eggs and chickens .ill times. not certain, with American keeping and other such products, is now mov" "'1 treatment. If thoy bo not tho best ing in solid carloads to the markets The hen's greatest of the North, East, "and West. Only ,or ' "tv,r s Hvo with- piiiods aro tho flrM. second, and a few years ago sweet potatoes spent upon ti,. out food, oxcepftlils; and I nni pretty Milnl yearn, depending grafting of the bono of a sheep on ROM) TAX A.I HON!) ISSUK n'"-'--' y they their winters in crude and primitives d "'"t- JOHN SHELL ll'e' breeds, such Tin- - heavier It, .,1 tho shin bono of Sam Williams, i AK13 VOTED IN I10UKBON aro fed, the flosh may woll he sweet; dirt banks In the open field,, and un ii, I'D mouth Hocks, may bo profitably farmor of Miami Station, near hero, Paris, Ky Sept. G. At a special It Is may bo der such storage conditions many of though the pig kept for two years; the lighter Keep Up Living, .John! the necessity ol amputating the limb election held In Bourbon County thorn decayed; but now they are story (New York Sun ) brids, such as Leghorns, three yourJ ton years old." was removed, nnd Mr. Williams will ed in .specially designed .ami conon tho questions of a property Mr. John Shell, of Kentuoky, has be as well as ever, doctors say. Fol- tax of 20 cents on each structed storage houses in which it $100 worth o? r The moment the county agent or is possible to regulate tho tempera- possibly the opportunity of doing his lowing a fracture of tho shlnbone property lliredinj: Helps. for ten years for tho pur-pos-o any other person suggests In dairying large production an! ture and ventilation in such a way country a favqr. He is now accord- nccrosion set in and amputation seemof Improving the roads of tho Hreeding tlon. the farmer Jumps to the go hand In hand. that this formerly unstable nnd per- ing to himself and other unprejudiced ed necessary. At a local hospital county for a $500,000 bond issue vny to elusion that fertilizers or seed are to ishable product can be marketed with witnesses, 131 years old. This is old, four Inches of the bone was removed for the and purpose, tho most economical samo both proposiIn Tim bo bought his practically no loss at any season of but not old enough. England boast and two pieces of bono taken from a tions carried by cows. obtain a naJorlty of over and the saving of the year. generations of mind bull, with pure-bre- d that she was the cradle and homo of sheep's leg grafted on. The graft is GOO. -back of omo money are always connected ancestors the greatest example of longevity in proving successful, and tho leg will 4 breeding, and This is a very dangerous condition him. must be used for An important function of live stock cnmparaUvely modern times, old Tom be saved.Tl Dinrroliocn in Children. only the best heifers from tho best of mind because thero are many kinds on tho farm is to furnish a market for Parr, who lived to bo 152. Let John For diarrhoea in children one year which securo results bo chosen to be the dams of cows should mortal crops grown, enabling farmers to Shell natlently retain this Good For Biliousness, old or older you will find nothing which are even more Important than tho years more and of the next generation. convert tho grasses, forago crops, coll for twenty-tw- o Two years ago I suffered from fre- - better than Chamberlain's Colic and the saving of money. he will havo beaten the ancient Parr , legumes, and so on, into higher-price- d quent attacks of stomach trouble and Diarrhoea Itomedy, followed by a In the selling of In tests of a largo series of 'Insecfinished products nnd to return to at his own gamo. Seeing Chamberlain's doso of castor oil. It should be kepi I biliousness. standardized products has been of We would not think it necessary to ticides conducted by entomologists of the soil the plant food taken from it. and suggestion to Mr. Shell ex- - Tablets advertised I concluded to try at hand and given as soon as tho first Department of Agri- tremendous value to farmors offer this the United States them. I improved rapidly." Miss unnatural looseness of the bowels ap culture, it was found that a few fruit growers In many portions of the Kninuccd I'Vc-i- l Needed To Keep rrrit fnr llm fnnt Hint hn speiim tn bfi Km,ft Vorbryko, Lima. Ohio in Pears- m .,..,. . we gather from applications of crude pe- country. Warren County Kentucky slowing doun. This thorough Horses Fit. with her huge ncreago of strawberhis ndmission that ho has "not work- troleum to tho interior ot poultry As no feed or combination of feeds would-bunable' to market the ed t'o amount to anything for two housob will completely destroy mites. ries, crop successfully without the most will meet conditions in all parts of the years." Of course ho was cutting country, so no feed or mixture is B on tho part or Tho season for home canning nnd ,,e,ut' suitable for all classes of horses. In weeds with a scytho when a commit-te- o Growers. Wherever a big. fine choosing of honor went to bear him off to lrying does' not end with the suma ration for a h'orso, select mir or ..nrly autumn. Many things consolidated school 1ms been built, tho ono that seems to meet his re- see the sights of Lexington the other was behind P may bo canned or dried !n October strong quirements, whether for growth, fat- day but according to the tandnrds November. Among these nro T" B"01' ''"ads movement Is ono of tening, breeding or maintenance; es- of Shell's youth which 'was tho and ,,, fll,c'st ty,ies of tno "Ket together" turnips, spinach, squash, pumpkin,. timate tho amount of feed needed wholo of the Nineteenth century carrots, parsnips, cabbage, celery late sI'lrlt- - stroB church organizations try out tho ration. It may appear af- cutting weeds isn't labor. A good man in his tlmo could cut, chop and corn, beets, kao, chard, and toma- - nro tM0 "'"growth of this samo sire to get together for tho good of ter a trial that too little is being fed pile two cords of wood In a day. Let or that tho ration may bo changed tho community. Shell tako up again that which a largo Evcrv neighborhood should get to-t- somewhat In tho Interest, of economy part of the world seems eager to ro- Much soil fertility Is lost every win- or efficiency. If a number of horses by soil washing or erosion. Put Kcther " somo Project whether It will arc kept, dlfforent rations may bo Inqulsh work and It may help htm Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been l,ut n,""' in' tho Packets pf tho n stop to It bv keeping tho hilly lamU tested on different animals and tho lo oreak Parr's recoid. In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of farmers or not. Just tho fact that figures to AVo havo no actual In sod, planting a clover crop, and has been made under his per- -tho peoplo can get together makes best ono selected for general uso. show what tho chances are of a mar. , filling tho gullies with feeding gives tho host re sonal supervision since its infancy. them happier, stronger and hotter. Individual 131 living to bo 153, but thero is of brush, etc. tacvr. auow n0 one t0 deceive you in this. Then, too, If a neighborhood learns sults. Feeding stuffs aro broadly divid- no reason why Shell should not bo a All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but get Straw is too valuahlo to bo allow- to easy togother to do ono thing, it ed into two great classes-- , proteins and good lnsurnnco risk for a twonty-yoExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of is at any tlmo to got together to endowment policy If ho docs not ed to remain unused. Fresh oat carbohydrates. Tlfo protein Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. feeds straw, as well as wheat straw, can bo do anything which is needed for tho aro rich in nitrogenous compounds get too mucli of Lexington night II fo ol l" ",,u, ""'"iiuiiiiyi or mo celin wintering """ used ns n roughago which aro used in tho animal body In and is not invited to too many w,,0, country. Castoria is a harmless substitute fo Castor Oil, Paregoric, stock. It Is also advlsablo to uso it building tissue, bone, hair, etc., and lar parties. Let tho story of Parr's (5et '"Bcther. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains liberally as bedding' lor farm animals energy; tho carbohydrato downfall bo a lesson to Shell Old ' provide neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its as it adds to their comfort and ah- feeds aro starchy and aro used in ths Tom got along nicely In his cntlvo age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has sorbs tho liquid part of tho manure, Mctliods'of Plow Ihk Willi Trnctor Are animal body In tho formation of fat Shropshiro, marrying first at "0 and Vnrktl again at 122, until It wa3 Vrultod been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, which Is tho most valuahlo portion. nnd also for energy and heat. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Tho tractor will bo used for plow- To obtain tho best results in feed- about at tho court of Charles 1, that j therefrom, and by regulatinc the Stomach and Bowels, aids JUites and lice frequently sap the lug wheat hnd tlis vear hy a larger ing, tho ration should bo balanced then; vas an F.iglNliman 152 years the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep..,, vitality of tlio fowl and prevent number of farmers than over boforo proporly to meet tho needs of tho ani- old. Then tho Karl of Arundel The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ., growth or lessen tho egg production, voihnps. Tho farmer who Is using mal In building tlssuo and supplying dragged Parr off to Londor, nnd tho him. I A thorough cleaning of tho liouso, n tractor for tho first time will havo enorgy for work. Tho subject is dis chango of nlr and diet killed ' legular applications of disinfectant.! to f.olve a groat many probloms. And cussed In detail in tho United States High living and excitement, sail tho nests, mid a frequor.t many farmers xlo have ued tractors Department of Agrlculturo'a Farmor'a groat Dr. Hrtrvoy. Parr's body waa j to tho roosts and diiBtlng of tho fowls will control for ono or more years hnvo not yet Uullotiu 1030, which will bo sunt free as right as a trivet before tho fatal Bears the Signature of i fitnttil 4lif linitl mnir mt m,.lill.iii nil I uum. i..u liwi ..u u4 muiuiwb uu on request trip to London. Hud ho not boeu tneso posis. tempted beyond his strength Parr, for uiu uimuuiwua ui iruciur piowniK. ' Tho two main things to bo con- Swellings of tho flesh caused by in- all wc know to tno contrary, migut How To Know u Itiul Kgir. The absolutely fresh egg hold sldored In tractor plowing, as in any flammation, cold, fractures of tho be alive and talking yet. When h man Is as old as the Con against tho light shows a distinctive quality of work and economy of tlmo bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheupinkish glo.j of goodness. Let that Thoy aro somewhat harder to attain matism can bo relieved by Applying stitution, and Shell Is. he ought to egg, however, remain out In the sun with tho trnctor than with horso Hallard's Snow Liniment. It should want to fctpy around and soo what happens to persons who try to knock or In tho BUtiunor heat for a little plows, or, to put It moro accurately, be well rubbed In over tho part a day or two it bo- - greater caro In plannlug is necessary Its great healing nnd holo.lu that document. tlmo, and within eases the pain, reduces gins to show "blood," a tiny series of to attain them. Kind You Tho Initial problem is to lay out swelling mid restores natural condi- SAVE MAN'S tA'.G HY llttlo blood vessoU forming around TMK CKNTAUN COMPANY. 4tf VORK ( In such a way as to attain a tions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per (JltAFTI.NG OX SHKIU' HONH tho embryo of tho chick; or tho heat the field high-clas- s Job of bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug i:inv cuse t'u yr.k o go to'varl tua twofold result t- -a CarroiUua, Mo., Sept. 6. With tho tu .top and shift 'easily, which charac- - plowing over the entire field with as Company, llttlo uso as possible of plows In starting and finishing, nnd to consumo as llttlo tdtio as possible in turning nnd In running with the plows out of tho ground. To lay out n field exactly right for tractor plowing Is something of nn uiglnraring feat ,hut tho fJnltd States Department of Agr'lculturo has undertaken to simplify It as much as im?slble. Hullctln 10if, Laying out Fields For Trnctor Plowing, contains diagrams of 13 ways of Inylng out horse-draw- n . GALLON US - t 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. ' 1 BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. , - -- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You ,n0 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. I : n. vino-Jdur- e. ?90,-000,00- 0, artford Printing Company fold-yard- s; HARTFORD, KENTUCKY n"l t "' to-da- es lnrge-produri- - o Children Cry for Fletcher's Si ft Wfl& Wtelm RBI i w li er undor-drainag- o, . 0 LjCEjj- j Just-as-go- ar ' What is CASTORIA ' J2 GENUINE CASTORIA At f J or In Use For Over 30 Y Have Always m The M PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS v rur iinivcdc Al TAD Mrs. T. H. Bean nnil son, Mr Dean, wore In Louisville, to bo present nt the operation formed on Miss Mry Bonn. V ,T. i per-- i . 1 ,L"' J Most of the Gas Companies throughout the country use a fleet of lord Runabouts. The same is true of other big corporations. The reasons are very practical. The Ford Runabout is the most economical solution of quick transportation from manufacturer to retailer. For soliciting business, for the Collector, for the Dqctor, Contractor, Builder, and almost every other line of busipess activity, the Ford Runabout is really a necessity. We solicit your order for one or more. We ask your repair business. We would like your motor accessory business. We can serve you, wc believe, to your best advantage. K. T. BAR.NKS & KKO. , T. J. Stevens and J. I. Goodman In attending tho fair nt 'fjwcnsljoro, Inst week. That Is, ono 'would go ono day and tho other the next, neither .would go when the other was there. Ultornntcil Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward, of Denlson, Ohio nnd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, spent scv- - j oral days hero last week, tho, guests! of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Woodward and j other relatives. i I i Misses Gorln Flencr, of Cromwoll ' nnd Leila Glenn, of this plnce, will I ,lenvo on the 17th for Itnrrishurg, Ark., whero they will resume their, positions In the High School of that place. i rRIKE CIGARETTE a package today. No-- tice the flavor the wholesome taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. LUCKY "ET Why do ' so many "regular Itonvcr P.i m, Ky. jjlPp T 0 12(5 acres of SALK Innd ? miles fro'ii College. On the graded road. Known ns the farn Price $50.00 per ncro on easy tormr CAL. P. KEOWX, Seo VOW Mo-sele. sm FiJ ilJ-fife,l- p lltf I Hartford, Ky. tr? C ltftAjBfvmsw9(m lUi. SEiaCBSZSSEaiSSBEiSEiHBa left Monday whero he will enter the1 University of Kentucky, resuming his ' work whore left off when entering ' tho service of the U. S. at the of the war. Mr. Otis Howard out-re.ik men" buy Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. There's the big reason it's toasted, and real Burley. Make Lucky Strike your cigarette. Lucky Cane Mills, Rocker Furnaces, Prof. Wilbur Ithoads. head al th lopnrtnifir. uf vocational training In j course in tue Ceil- -' M tho Smith-Hug- e $ tral City l!Uh Sili i, spent fi week-- $ 'nnd with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j g'H. Ithoads, of near town. : I if Its ) Guaranteed bv Evaporator Pans Magnolia, Mr. and Mrs. ), Landers and Strictly High Grade and Guaranteed. - Write us for price's. little daughter. Fay, of HarriBbiirg. Ark., returned to their home Sun- ,dsy, after spending two weeks' with Mrs. Lander's mother, Mrs. It. It Wedding and Judge Wedding. j flJis)h M.eYLeasiA (crfra.cert mtom iMiwniniJJUfmi For Sale One Hough Ulver farm A nice farm of 115 acres, 2 houses, large barn, 30 acres Two Story House and Good Lot I'm- - 2 miles north of Muutauzas, contain-,Sal- o 2 doors from Hotel, in Crom-iln- g 110 acres, 35 acres hill and light timber, plenty of water. All level, rich land on good Built for service. Fully guananteed. Write us for garden, maindor bottom, timber sufficient road, 6 miles from Hartford. Contains a good-well- , Price $7,500. upkeep, now barn, good fruit trees, stable and other out-'fprices delivered to your railroad station. buildings dwolling and other Address' Something classy. This farm has 1G0 acres, extra good W. S. GILSTItAP, Tonus to suit purchaser. GOO Hollver St., Ouoiifbor . II. O. COFFMAN, improvements, 35 acres tiled, located 5 miles from Hart- lltf K. 1. Centertown, Kv. 1 Jt4 . bH(, prjce Qn $15 n00 j Oir For Sail' Pjxon Six, five Mr. F. L. Follx, after an absence- of 'a farm yOU Want. in goor running order. Will JAKK WILSOX, MannRer trade for No. 1 horse not ovor 5 cr several mouths, visiting his daughter, C yearj old, with balance in cash Will Airs. Knlskern and Mr. Kniskorn. of) gee us the Real Estate Deald'S, FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Have both phones. i i uviull'iuu ii, u.iMb., rt'iiirnuii in;re sell reasonable. ' B Sunday, for the summer. Mrs. FeMRS. WILLAIID LAKE. Simmons, Ky. lix stopped off at Greenville, where she will spend a few days with rela100 acres of coal tives before returning to her home HOItSK BRANCH. 1'OU SALK .who I think would like to have running mates during tho balance of the rights, 2' miles west of Prentiss, here. race unil If there are any bachelors Mi- -. K. A. White, Mr. and Mrs t '" old or bald this or Walker Myrtle spent a few clays last ay gia MpaasrAjawMTT) j n hmihiw Mi sffl3MagvgmijggRP?gs3svjy. poMMnrsgr'J ") faiiw be a good place to weok al Owetibboiu and attended tho section would sure do their hunting. fair. Mia. J. S. Bean and little son, spent ASSKSS.MKXT NOTICK. the weak end In Louisville. Mi Carson Geary spent Saturday To the taxpayers of Ceralvo and and ilunday with friends, at I, or ono of m Smallhous Precincts. Kuv Walter Green, of Hartford, deputies will bo at Ceralvo. Frldav was tho guest of Miss Nellie Arnold, and Saturday. September 12 nnd 13, and at Equality Monday and Tius- Sunday Lalley Electric Light is actually a farm thq 15 and 1G for tho purposo of Mis. Carl Porguson made a busl-.du- y economy. nogs trip to Iloavor Dam, last Tuos- - assessing all taxpayers within sal.l is an economy because it saves both precincts. day. B. WARD, Tax Comr Quite a number of young people labor and time. wore tho'uests of Mrs. W. O. Held, j Ohio County. i?5A"SSs-?SnXis an economy because, on i the other fi Music was enjoySunday afternoon. t n- - " ' ZtML.r' for work which hand, it gives better light 'Zij-- i -- . ed by all. Tho'ho prosenL were, Misses LIVIA, ItUTK 15. ffeps&--J H daylight or aftei must be done before Alliene Fryuilre. Idu Vandovor and . -. . tnC p&4Ti Mr iJi'!-.r- r" Nollie Arnold, Mesars Walter Greop, Several from this phco attended dark. gj?r:Tr.r:giry''rcIg:gr hJ;r,-'Lon oaniiii aim nanuoipn irymiro it:,0 ,ivellliuf at Wood ward' j Valley, Light and power are always ready, at the and Mrs J. V. Morrison. Sunday. lowest possible operating cost. Air and Mrs. Prosloy Likens ar.il jrM (. j( j.i,.0,,ot, ,,,.( ",fi.,na,i"n. little ilrtaghjer. of Heaver Ham. wuro willl 5lI 1)ll(1 Hoovor, of uariotfs is a fact that Lalley sayings do pay its ' tho nets of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil creek. way. Geary Sunday. jij.s, otis JIurk nnd l'ttle .laughter, Hov. Cnrti-r- . of Contortown. dellv- - Georgia Mao. and Miss utfiolla eiwl a good surmon at tho Un on Fronell uttendodjehurch nt Hull's Itun, Planting with a grain drill, even continuous streams nnd the here, last Sunday. church 'Saturday. Instead of with a broadcast seed Is protected until it readies ,iullei tll0 ,Utlo daughter of Mr. John Stevens and family moved seeder will cauw you no more the bottom of the furrow. to MtHenry thlb aocI; !Ml.t work, in fact, considerably less, n(l iMrs Albert Stewart, who That is why n field planted and in a short time the saving cut hor'leg on a scythe, Is Improving with n Von Brunt Drill makes in seed will pay for the drill. Mr. Tom Trogden and famlIy,ot SULI'llt'H SPItlXtJS. such a .pleasing oppearnncc to Clear Kun, spent Saturday night and That, 'in Itacir, Is sufficient the eye and why it adds extra J. A. Ballard has bold bin farm, on Sunday with his sister, Mrs. II. W, reason why we want you to sec money to your bank account. Nail's Creek, to Chcwtar ltoueh, and Wlgglnton. Brunt Grain the John Deere-Va- n All of the grain is ready for has liounht a farm nearjlloda. Miss Loonu Northon 1h spending Drill we have on display. There hurvest at one time. There are Mrs. Alice Aubry, of Owenslioro, this week with Mrs. John Magan, near ore other reasons that apply only no bare spots in the field and U viuittng roUitlvus noar the oil elU Pliilpot. LAttCV m starts I LIGHT V to the Van Brunt. This drill you can feel absolutely sure and Jingo. Mr. 1). S. French inado a business has a pstented, adjustable gate that no seed is wasted in plantMrs. Sarah Horry nnd daughtors, of trip to Hartford, Thursday. force feed that successfully ing. Come in and let us show Lalley Litht is a complete unit engine and Huaver Dam, visited nilatlvoa noar om handles any size seed from alfalfa generator- - with It etoraHe battery you how easy it is to regulate the hojo.last Sunday and attended moot KX.I'HKSIDMXT TAFT WAS euppliee ample electricity tor light: water to bearded oats without chokflow of seed so that an equal pump, wathtni machines, eweeper cream. lug ut Marvin's Chapel, returning to XOT Itl'ILT l'Olt PLANKS ing. teparator, ianmnt null, iron, etc amount is placed in each furrpw morning. thoir aoaio Monday The fcree feed compels the simply moving a lever reguThe protmi'tod meeting at Marvlu'H Pana, 111., Sept. C. Former Pres. LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION seed to leave the grain box in lates the quantity sown. Chaptil. conducted by Itov. Anderson, j,tont William Howurd TafJ. admits ho DETROIT, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. of JuKVinino Co., and assibtod by tho wns not built for ulrplanes. When pastor. Bro. AVallaeo, closed Sunday abked to take a ride while lecturing money. feffeq light saws tlm.sates labor, ovenlng. It washo most success- - at a chautuuiiua here, he aald: inuyli-JI was not built for an alr-fo- r of uny held In this sootion ful "No, Beaver Dam, Ky. many years. plane." BOTH IMIOXKS. Mis. Cra lloan says she don't nootl A fiw minutes beforo Mr. Taft had a iiiub how, as she has luarnod to said "yiw" to an invitation to rldo; run he ear her atll. .Vbut," using his own expression, "I TJi$ri arc qulto a nunibur of wld- - thought you said we were to go for Ky. -"" ' ows luilils-sectlu- n. uioru ur less old, a spin In un automobile." i i or Owensboro and John Deere Wagons Mr. S. L. King, who has been local manager for the A. C. A. since Its. organization at this place, has resign-'""- t Kockpott and Cromwoll road. Will r fully equipped Ford Car. tri"'o hnvo starting system, j ed and gone to Decatur, Alabama, to organize and take charge of a like business In the southern city. StP nil. . - H. II. IXNKS, l'leasureville, Ky. Farms For Sale j Fordsvi Planing Mill Company 'j, , ' I -- HQLBR00K, PARKS & COMPANY msb Lalley Light and Power i Saves Labor on the Farm lt It A ' K?3T!r?vVi -;..?.-!Ki2''rz'.zz' r i sirrrt &&ttxzsZ&f: :j-- . It , An Easy Way to Get Bigger Grain Yields with Less Seed irtt f TrTA I ' ll I , sate O jM J. D. Williams & Sons 4' W. J. BEAN, Agent Hartford, s