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Hla HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919. nrij No. 12 tho motor truck and, as soon as good ! IT fnilDT IQ Sccretnry Lanslng.ln February , PI MONDAYS' SPEAKING roads become general, will tako tho FORMAL READING OF lo obtain from tlio Soviet government . ullluUI I UUUll I IU place of railroads, without rails. And n HtntoniPiit or exnet terms on wnicn BATTLES BEGINNING tho motor vehicle, not Its luxury feaPEACE PACT BEGUN MAKING GOOD SPEED TO PEACE TREATY it would ngrco to stop fighting on all ture but its practical use, will revofronts, I lutionize road building, until within p-llcforo proceeding, nullltt said ho four VAnra wn will linvn rnlllnaa trnna. asked Col. Ilouso a number of qucs ". Informed tlons boorlng on tho American posl With Judge Slack Presiding T. B. McGregor Addresses portntion linos threading tho country Treaty Given Reading In Senate Committee vorywhoro. Tho mossbacks up the Senate And Fight Sized Court Mill Of Justice him, ho said, That Lansing And Others jtlon, Ifand Ilouso told wcro ready to creeks and on tho barren hill tops will tho Ilolahovlkl that Now On Busy. not much longer bo able to stand in Condemned Pact iRtop fighting nnd declare an armls-Itlc- o tho way of roadbuildlng. tho United States would approve. nullltt was In Russln ono week, , 'ino uiiio circuit uouu Washington, Sept. 16 formal convened, mo snecen uenvereti-n- i tno cjourt t,, n,llon ))0W8 ,n toXnmn A Washington, Sept. 12 An Asso- - nn,i 011 his return to Paris sent u ro- - 1. na.n f T fr.H n . .,.Tt" a .,j, 4. "l '"" " """- "" It? lu"" nt turn timiilrn TltllOn MiMrlnlt liar Tfn .tnraT nllnn.ln.t- row wlth Da,sy KtZj1UBh Ayers, tho reading of the German peaco treatyWater- - prt to President Wilson dated Press dispatch from T ..111. -- ...1 n It tfV O tYTOM rllllnni .n Olnnb 1ft 1 f " " """"' tonnlittliH flMTllI lt Mnntilifnat town, N, V tonight said Secretary, Thuro waa a serloiw discussion of """ "" , ,'", - Washington writer, in hor agony ovor , "'" " ,' " !..... " '""lu """ " B"'" i'r"a- ' the loss of her baby sister, Elizabeth, i" "' " to conditions In Hussin ifnd tho qucs- - ",u t absolutely declined Lansing no grand Tho appoint- - Not ,m,ccd that ,lors ,3 ,,carer thau mentary wrangle and demand by mnko any statement on tho asscr tlon of withdrawing troops, nullltt I'ccdlngs "nil therefore, lH ln 8CSslon nt thls tlme- jment was made too late last week to nnothor. B,8ter but ,)Ccauso of tho Democrats for an avowal from lie- u fornv testified, and It was because of this lions of Wllllnm C. Ilullltt, Up to press hour, quite a lot of bus- - bo advertised,' by moro than local j,rettyi Blmplo appeal she makes to tho miu"can Leader Lodgo that the pact er momber of tho American penco t)lat ho was directed to proceed to mess unci ueen transacxeo. ' ' continuously oeioro tno body. ino mosi monnon in ino paper, ana as a con- - worj,i or gjmpathy. She savs, "Tho tho foreign re l'ctrogrnd. , commission, before ' ll- Mnil not Imnn flm' Inlnnlinn nf W- lImportant action perhaps of tho term, sequence tho attendance was very '"'-- tUlVHHUU Ul "" t proceeds with tho peaco treaty flations committee today, that Lan up llawcs vs. The Heaver Dam Coal Co., much curtailed for lack of publicity! nnd the League of Nations; i iao "l l The and General n.SCAL COURT MAKES White sing. Henry yet the nudlcnco was thoroughly re- Prosiiinnt nnnpnm hnfnrn nront wort- - tn,a wcok as was advocated by a re Tia' nOAl.,,0,"g Jlllss, members of tho commission, APIMlOPltlATIO.V The following pprFon compose tlie presentative and highly pleasing to ern crowug jirsr" Wilson, robed and llon by Scnator Smoot, Uopublican, told him they disapproved of thp consmor otner legislation local campaign managers. Ulnn- petit jury for this term: peace treaty and leaguo covenant. ti,o ohlo County Fiscal Court at O. It. Tinsley E. F. Render, Dud the McGregor was forced to cut his gemmed, appears before admiring aftor a l0 'four-h"Mr. discussion. Senator multitudes, but all that matters little Tlu witness ciuoti'd Lansing as j(s H1,ecni session hero last week by Shantung a vote f fvo to three, appropriated llullock, E. E. Tinsley, M. F. Parks. addresses rather short ln order to tn inn now: Ellzaboth Is dead." And "Itchcock of Nebraska, leader of tho opposed to tho award of Energy jinaUo connection Willi tho afternoon thcn sho ngk8( dnre3 to agkf a little """""'"raiion iorces, insisting mo to Japan and considered tho league tM0 Hllm 0( $5,000, to bo spent on tho Walter Allen, J. U.nyers. league nilrftord nnd Owensboro road to ex- - Moore. W. I. Iglehcart. I. M. Combs. (traln for Louisville, giving him only bll of 8ympathyt and whoso heart is troaty was emergency business and thoroughly bad and that the pointing out not one lino of the docuTho hard enough to wlthold it? Marlon Moore, L. II about one hour for speaking. would pay little attention to Binnll tl5Illl tno Kradlng. drainage and lm Fred Iloone. ment had been read, drew fire from John , Shoulders, ,, J. T.,,Cox. 'time was spent ,In strict discussion of, world, arranged ac- - 1)rovcnicnt of said road from near Tlclicrtor. ,, ,, n nations of tho , ., . . i... c. . .. T Senator Lodge by asking if In all good cording to tho desires of tho big jjC()a to tjl0 Daviess county lino at ., ,, ,. , ,. ,. nl . ... H1G SOLDIEn-CITIZEfaith It was his purpose to expedite lirOWIl, WUCK UliriUII I. r. IllWU, iwiuuuiia Uliui lUU Biunuiliauill Ul mu MEETING AIIKAGED F on nations at tho pencu conference. Pleasant Illdgc. ns a state aid, or In- - tla lndlni Dntiffnn lllulinii P AT rtninnnrnttp nnil tirncnnt consideration. nlh-gche got his Tho witness Scat road. My good faith and what I Intend His W. U. Taylor. J. A. Bellamy, tratlon of tho public's business. from Lansing In Paris, to borrv. Information Tho citizens along and adjacent Those in charge, announce that tho to do is my business," Senator Lodgo S. L. Stevens, Charles Smith, Jas. exposition of unfulfilled democratic who told htm "If tho American senate snld rond mm suoscnneu ami puui in- O. W. Allen and J. T. promises made, the enormous Increase Ilans tor entertainment of a bumper ropueti wIth feeling, and the crowds nnd people knew what tho treaty to tj,0 County Treasury tho sum of C. . Hennett, In tax burdens laid upon the peoplo crowd at the Fair Grounds, September ln tho gauerleg ieaned for tho first meant, It woui. no ie eiue, . ($i;.000. as an inducement to the conn-- ( been completed. Good'real flght ovor tho trcat ThUH far tho fo,lowIng cngeB hnve nnil A,0 daggering Increase In tho 20. have SemUor Kxpt-rtifsiiiimii). . . ,,. , .,.., .,, , , ty to ,ult ,, a nuo sum, making a , JS. sneakers have been procured. Amnio tt,,,, ,, ,u I?,?.......... ,......, 1 fun,I.of $1.0,?.0' r",'""o.,".t.M !.. 3 Uimoi. Jury dlsagrecdj's years, to almost.' $5,000,000 was dinner to bo furnished by those In Lodge if he intended to carry out his ..m " . oiuiu mu attendance, via., tho """'" to them.American Peaco . Mis-- - suppicmcniea uy tu.uuw all a fund Coin'th. vs. Will Daughcrty, conttru- - clear and unanswerable. 1)romiae and keep th5 treaty. beforo Inched n,inrontlon. mnklnc in -Whits I Mr. McGregor's speech marked the basket route, is assured. Plenty of the Sonnte ed; J be the senate of 2M00 to ,)0 nvmtm thlB Import. ?,on: testified "Ztok vs! 'be - tal water will be served free, on the In Lodgo Hurls Answer. f.r i t touny uut highway, foreign relations committee 'jako Shaver, set forward to Friday; Ohio County is concerned, between erounds.m snort, a gooauino may ne Scnator Lodge, who had been walkthat Secretary Lansing told linn in "y an at tms Au-ua- y ncnic, Dy ing back and forth in the chamber. aii muinucni . Y'" v'""'1 """" Sarah J. Vineyard vs. Mizella Baize, practically the samp set of officers Paris last May that If "the senate and allu a ron cnn upon tho qucs verdict for tho Defendant; BOtl somier ana citizen, ine unio halted quickly when the question was G. W ,who havo put these millions of in- the American people knew what the t,0l 8ho?ed tho Justices voting as MclCInney et al debtedness on Kentucky, and aro ask- - county Post of tho American Legion aske,i. treaty meant It would be defeated." fonows: Ed,Shown, yes; W. S. Dean, naRchcart vs. Eva sale of land; ing for more, and continued power, will bo organized on this date, nnd i certainly do, and in my own way, It was near the closo of an ex- - ycs. w c Daughcrty, yes; i5am L. Judgment nnd order of Ii. Barrett vs. Serena Wheel on the one side, and those who pro- - every soldier, sailor or marine, or wirt10Ut advice from the senator from, during which stevonS( no; q. ij. Urown, no; n. F. Muttie tended examination cr et al., judgment nnd order of sale miso a new order of things, those who person in military service during tne Nebraska," he declared. L The an8Wer waB,hurled from tna of property; Frank Black Sr.. vs.. Se- - pledge their activities nnd efforts to- - worldwar is especially urged to bo , M,i - U,CC' C3: ""- - W' noW' " n, ... i, Z present, in uniform. senator with so much omphasl, and resigned '' . ! rr..,, ro,,rt u. thi8 session started ar- - Secunty Life Insurance Co., verdict ward real reform. tlons but had Inter sum of ?1,000; feeling that the gallarles broke into tho mission becnuso ho was out of ranBomcnt8 for tho erection of an iron for plaintiff in the Exparto, ANCIENT BUILDING lEACHEHS INTERESTED applause. D. IJ. French et al., vs. treaty and tho svninnthy with tho Hhoads ditch ncros, the C. ' IN MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS of ..lo ,f The Democrats asked for the ayes v nt --NOW HEING IlEMOVEI) . leaguo venant, that he was asked by J pjopjj at the most and nays on the Smoot motion to take . Lo,rgo how the American contr, pont 0 tlle hIgh way cross. ,"."".. V' Senator Taylor, Judgment TIih bulldintr known as tho Nail From every nolnt. comes good re up other business and this was met delegates stood. lB BanlL., property; Ellis Uaizo vs. G. W. property, diagonally across the street ports of the splendid spirit shown b from tho Republican side by thn clntin ,r Henry White Secretary Lansing, Faught, Admr. et al., continued; U, frnm tho lfnnii lillf nn ntftcn la liplnn- OMn Pnnntv Tpachers in tho moon hat there was no quorum. Before the WINES IF anil (ion. Bliss all expressed vigor- - HOME-MAD. . .. ... .. . C. .H..n.. ' . Pol Ctnna nf nl fllct- - . removed, notwnnstanding mo wnoie iigni scnooi. - ""- - count was announced Senator Smoot KICKI.ESS ALLOWABLE ous opinions regarding tho treaty, nissed. settled. is ln n good stato of pre - ' All oyer tho County, schools are h withdrew his motion, and reading of structure ho said. Senator Lodgo asked if the I forvatlon, upon order of the State Fire progress and men and women far up tho treaty was begtlii. delegates were enthusiastic. Washington, Sept. 1C Tho prlncl- J.yK. GOODMAN. The reading c'eir htuggled man- -- ".. ... In - lin ,,... nf .. 'Marshal's office, Thn 111111,1(1117 If 1m ......... vonre ... llfn nrfl lnnrnlnrr tn "I regret to say they were not," pi,i state amendment liberalizing tho i ,.,... ,.. ... , ... 1 ... ittu liiuuruics 1. 1.1 . '.true, .is rauier- iinsigniiy, uuo "o ...i. .react, ami. wrne. m,.- - .,,1. . ur '..ll.. .1 iiuiy iiiiuuijii .1.- to hick iui. said Ilullltt. prohibition enforcement bill, to per "i.ujiis Mr. J. E. Goodman, of Elkton, died . n ,. , ,,d a smaii amount of" out ombracinK tho needed opportunity to list of all the signatories, difficult to do- il was no secret In Paris, ho mt homo manufacture for Individual T1. roof ot tIle structure, acnuiro a little of tho knowledge deni - pronounce. Tho clork had read thru mmiiitoxIcatliiK" .nt nls nom0 yesterday morning, from sI(1 of rlared, that Lansing, White nnd llllss consumption pro- - P,ior and light wines, was accepted tl10 effects of a paralytic stroke -- U -- WhIch Is two and ono halt stories, ed them earlier In lite. A great many 'Article III, ot the leaguo covonant. objected vigorously to numerous ago, out liueiisi- - j cypress shingles made by hand and men and women aro enrolled in tho when ho reached tho amendment by visions of tho treaty. lato today by tho Ilouso conferees tallied several jears When Senator Lodge said ho a,i placed finally In tho bill, subject "C1 a short time prior to his death. Bnavecl, practically everything else In moon light schools who want to learn Senator Johnson, Republican, Cal., to equalize tno vote ot uruai. uriiaiu unci tltouglil ilia secietnry s opinion on to action on tho conrorenco report. ino oiiiicung is 01 joitow poptar anct more. I Burial ot ine remains iu all iumber cut by tho oldtlme hand Sennt-- .ear. was known Bullitt ndtled: Miss Davis, tho County Agent, Is the United States. Shantung other disputes between tho h 1 "I think Secretary Lansing wus not tnt House conferences went over tern- - take placo tins aitcrnoon nt eaiaon. method, no marks of saw teetlj aro to busily engaged in visiting the schools, Amendment l'asseil Over. nt .... ,....-.. nil ntiiiiHtnHtii nlmiit the Loncuo ....,11.. ..rM.ni.iv tiniii into this week i The deceased was a brother to Mr, be found In any of the undressed lum- - in organization work nnd in supplylrr Senator Lodge, who la'cSmlrmnn ot jruituiiji jiiuwv 'j. I. Ooodman, our fellow townsman, bor. of Nations." 'the Teachers with books, tablets &c. tho Forolen Relations rommlttno is 'When a complete agreement Is ox " Tho oldest inhabitants of this placo She has already visited 122 of them fn charge of tho treaty, whlh Is be"Mr. Lansing told mo tho day I pocted. Enactment of thu bill prob of the Hartford Herald . differ as to tho occupant of thoibuild - Jand will completo tho list as soon as ing handled oxactly ns If it wore a the witness said, "Hint ably will bo drlayed until next week. , resigned," VATICAN CHOIR BOYS ing C5 to 70 years ago. Two off Hart possible. he wiifl opposed to that part of tho n adopting tho Sennto amendment bill, osked that tho amendment ba PERMITTED TO LAND ford's citizens say that tho building leaguo covenant relating to a man- - authorizing tho making of light vlne$ Report blanks are being sent to all passed over as senators who desired Ho said ho con- - and elder for domestic use, tho con- was standing 65 years ago and had the teachers of moon light schools. to be heard on it wero absent. tlato for Armenia. Now Yorjc, Sopt. 16 After a brief tho nppearnnce 0f an 0iti building at and when they aro properly filled out and forces today nd.lecl a further liberal-- 1 sldored tho- - Shantung award Senator Hitchcock nnd Senator tho League of Nations had that tl.o izjg provision permitting transporta- - Hearing uetore a uoaici cu speciui in- t,mt (lato tho teacher's nnmo will be placed on Lodge thon engaged In another colleaguo would bo entirely useless; that tiou of "nonlntoxlcatlng" ciders and quiry this afternoon boy niombors ot A completo set of well kept books, the bronze tablet to bo put In the loquy, the latter reiterating that he tho nations had arranged tho world wines for tho purpose of conversion 'the Vatican choir, who had been Iro- jcviclciitly belonging to Isaac Morton. capital building. It is strongly tie-t- o would not attemptby artificial means ivlously refused permission to entnr .commencing In tho year 1816, wore 'sired that this County receive cotllt suit themselves, nnd that England into vinegar. to delay the consideration, but that nu- I i found ln tho building. and Franco got wlmt.thoy wanted Tho principal controversy ycMo bo tho country by tho Immigration for the good work her noble teachers thero would bo "duo consideration" No oxact data can bo found to ar - 'nre doing "After saying ho beliovod the son settled is over the, "bunion of proof" .thorlties were allowed to Join tho rcso ovorybody could 'bo heard. There the party. Tho boys had rive nt any definite knowledge as to ato would dofent tho treaty If it ro- - in tho caso of persona found was no objection in tho end and the un- nllzed its meaning. Mr. Lansing ex- - cait.d. Tho Ilouso conferees, It is snld, 'eo" detained because- thoy were the age of tho building, but it is moro amendment was temporarily passed LOUISVILLE MA11KETS. dor 18 years ot age and not nccom - Ithan certain that It is the oldest rrosscd tho opinion thnt Senator ro Insisting that tho bunion of proof ovor. Knox reolly would understand tho bhould I13 upon defendants, whllo the Hauled uy tneir parouts or guardians framo building In Hartford, and cou After the clerk had started into tho Hogs Market generally 25 conta treaty, that Mr. Lodgo would, but Senate conferees aro roported to hold as required by the law. sidcrably more thnn a century old. lower with supply about equal to do- - noxt article Senator Lodge stopped that Mr. Lodged position would bo- - 0,0 opposite vlows. nnd up tho reading with a motion to adjourn niancU Dost 165 pounds NEW SINGING CONVENTION. coma puroly polltlcnl." .1UST SOME COMMENTS $16.50: 120 to 165 pounds $16; pigs until Friday. Senator Reed, Demo- Tho committee senators burst Into SHARP DECLINE IN ',120 pounds down $13014.50; throw- - crat, Missouri, gave notice today that A new Singing Convention nipt at n round ot lnughter and Ilullltt said COFFEE FUTURES IliA would discuss tho treaty then, and a4 i f i .(Dy I. D. Clalro.) CJU18, 314,J.D UOWI1 I'rentlss, Sunday, August 31st., and lio begged to bo oxcttsed from reading whllo formal reading may contlnuo Hating nothing now to add to what heavy steers,- - $12 M. Taylor Cattle Prime organized by clectine Carl any moro from tho memorandum of York. Sept. 16 A sensational F L- - SonUotur. Secre- - ho had nlready given to the coun- - ia heavy shipping steers, $10012; this week, Senator Lodge said ho had jdocllno in the market frf coffee fu- his conversations. regard to tho peace troaty and ' medium steers, $9.50 10; light promised friends, Including two uem- l'reKidt'iit'K Proposal. tures hera today followed sharp 'tho league of Nutlous, tho i'rcsldon steers, $8.509; fat heifers, $7.60 ocrat senators, that thero would bo Tho following resolution with ro Washington, Sopt. 12. President clines in Brazil. Tho nrlco for Do- fat cows, $7.5010.50; medium ncJ vote until noxt week. uamo, territory &c., was made a fatal mistake in going on a WIlfum'H oricllinl DroilOHltloil 011 tho l,r ilnllvnrlnK wns (lliotl'il nt 13.70 foronco to iiimj,d vu,.o..i....., ...u iuui ui ma cuuiiiry 111 mo uuiuiiau ui COWS, iQHP 1.111; lueciurH, fonyxv, League ot Nations, written by his rcn8 u pound, mukliiK n decllno ot adopted: full Tho result was to stockers, $6.503; choico mllchihad virtually a three-hou- day's run, start-glv- o of this organization shall thoso measures. "IlQIU ,w,i,iiu f.,mi ilm flnulni nnnln.' iivn tvnnwrltnr. vflH f Hod with tho r address by a country-wld- o nudionco to tho cows $95110; medium, $6595: Ing off with n bo 8tylei1 atad known ub the Slaty to-- 1 senate foreign relations conunltteo ,on8 f yesterday and a now low level . iSonator Sherman, Republican,' IU onDonents of the measures, who could onmmnn. SRoiiSCE. .Creek Hinging contention. ii.,. n,m,t o,iHm, .iv i.v wllllnm fi. ilullltt. of Phlltidol-'- f, Tho territory to bo included shall not otherwise havo commanded P, l Calves Markot steady. Best veals, It was evident that tho Senate. phla, formerly attached to tho Amorl- Tho prlco of coffee on tho Exchange medium, following boundary: with tho incident exposure of all tho $1G.5017; $8.5011: in a fighting frame of mind. , can peaco mission at Paris. Tho copy ,horo has declined moro thnn 10 conts bo within tho After Sonator McKellar had u,i urCU weaknesses ot the causes ho so ar common, $5.50 8. oginn.ng at uoruus by Col. E. M. tt-- 0UIia 8nce tho ond of last June, was presented to liullltt Sheop and Lambs Rest fat sheop, erqd a spocch in defense of thA ' thenco noav" "an,; "l0"00 dently champions huyors for consumption havo been lu,vor: House and bore tho inscription by tho $7; bucks, $5;. choico lambs, $14; J lent, Senator Lodge, calling with Green River letter. "In appreciation ot your help holding oft and llrazlllan holder to "oekport; thence All tho people havs not yot awaken. Grain No. 2, Wheat, $2.13 ;No. 3, ,to tho President's statement b'"'"fi present, havo shown moro disposition to soil,10 l" In tho hour of need." last night nt Port! I dress ed to tho fact that tho motor driven $2.10 Prentiss The two choirs In answer to a question by Sen- - under tho pressure of new crop re Grai- n- No. 2, $2.13; No. 3, $2.10 .that the senator in 1,915 and Cool Sprlugs, rendered an inter- vehicle is revolutionizing tho social ator Knox, Mr." Ilullltt said, that In celpts. Corn Selling pries, car load lots, Leugue of Nations, quoted esting program. Tho respective lead- and industrial llfo ot tho country. Tho I its flnnl form tho only proposal uy tno ers or directors were, William Fronch motor car Is no longer simply a No. 2 whlto, $1.58 bu.; No. 3 white, than a score of speeches bjr MARRL(1e LICENSE ISSUED president that remained Intuct wub vehicle to Indulge as a luxu . $1.57 bu.; yellow and mixed 1 to 6c doiit to show, he said, la . pleasuro I SINCE OUH LAST HEPORT nnd Owen Saudofur. a.h,i m on tho latter's part. Ci Tho convention adjourned to meet ry, but is becomo a practical lnstru- - lower, f" Sonator Knox wanted to know it J had nothing to do wi Oats 705 to 72c bu. Sunday In November, ment of every day business and social SP!tF5 on tho thero was not 11 feeling of dlssatls- - ( Wavy T. Morris, Renfrew, to Althn especially fifth Eggs candled, 43 44c. ot tho case, the sonata Produce urging all classes within tho life Tl'o nowor motor truck Is rap faction at Paris nt tho way In which Crowe, Horeo Draucli closing statement solving tho transportation probUutter Country, 38 40c pound. his Cyrus Williams, Wysox, to Iiertjo. boundary to attend and take a part idly tho American delegation's work was romoto from Poultry Hens, 25 26c lb.; largo States was the best ln tho exorcises. All other classos are lems ot communities Ross, Routo 2 Heaver Dam. handled. small and would remain 22 26c; . Invited to be prosont aud tako rallroad3 and, for sluirt aud moderatn sDrlne chickens. . .Roma Daughorty, Gllstrap, to Ileu- - lso are 'Thero was llttlo contnet between distances, is supplanting the rail- - springers, 2728c; roosters, 13tF not become Im a part Embry, Ualzetowu. aud tho.ua 110 top ot the dolesatlou 1 25 (tanglements, wh The steam drive ji4c; ducks, 1820c lb.; turkeys, roads everywhere. CARL M. TAYLOR, Pres. S. I. White, Provo, to Mary J. ' exports," Ilullltt replied. 'ed. r. L. SANDEFUR, Secy, 'motor add strength and stability to 27c lb. to' Rus Sorrels, South Hill. nullltt said ho was sout LANSINO.OPPOSED p j I I i .! I""'"'"""" r' " ""' "'"; ,',...,, ""' ......, ,. .". ra ""'" "y .. " .,,,.. ' ..,,,., ! ... I .,.,, N I I Ko-vc- s rlnS ,.. ,. , - ;""- 0.0.7110 " '.,.... i ..... ,j 2 II, ' ,,. L .ndor ..,"..; ..;, E ...... - ..,.. .,.., - ! ! J "" - ' - I I I x I l'"11 aa n; j" ... ir. I ...,.. f tSsSm. M I "I'LL BE FREE iOVERNOR," tnd which nntl (union have, shc.k.il of I'. these citni'le'.ilca nin n 0 H t . ur m h' . r 1 . nve ilia tb salary 1st tuuMcombine el, - ils.m m 'e.,ioin ' in M. 'teity on oivip unnnnui'p i ! inUMIUfV d render to the Stanley powers. Those who have not t'n ccurrge to elenource will never hive the courage to rlnht a .wrong. I pro poie to do that wilcn they weu'd not do, to say tnnt which they wouln not say, to pr?k for .1 snlendld people for whent they would not raise their voices. In the name of the people of Kertwky I derounce the Stanley administration pnd those who have fat tened upen It office-holdin- g people their lack of courage, and tl e pltful story of tl elr abject their silence thunde to ths t.lli tur. PIil win I. Morrow's speorh, openltu hli Campaign nt rikcsvllle follows: . yf,nln Hip time U at hand uli-- n Kentucky must choose Itn public srrxnnH. nf This Is. mid flintilil lip, when Hip people Khotilil tnlca tin It nf their business check nml v.hcn they should rew.itil ami In iloiw the faithful, otlldctit servant wh'i has plvin them the hcncllt nf Rood gov irnmrnt; when the rhuuM rebuke anil cnndi'iTiTi their unworthy, imfnllhftil who haw bronaht upon them the Ills (if had KOM'imncnt. Tlio 1ml lot Is the until weapon of the lupfe. Ily Its frarles" und Intelligent use tilono mil they defend theiiii'ltcs, pin-litheir Interests nml ilcmcnMrnte iholr pnwei to icwnrri nml punish. Ily the pmppr up nf the hal'ot alone pan ,t po-pl- e the Hiinil.'ild KMvernment by which tl.ey promise to he sencd. An electoral" whli h will mil contemn lis betray-i'i- f nml destiny ltd despnllers h.i tin of rlR.li t to coin)tnln of the shipwreck tin Ir affairs, nor to cry aloud over their Ills and burdens. bal-mit- e' scr-vmi1 tt FOR Wanton. teckleis expei'dUnr" of the fund., for tlm fntem which has InctPtifed the lnsiv burdens of taxation on the one hand while It has piled higher debt and hlfiher the slate lute upon the othet. leil-be.irl- Pub..c Pr ntmg and Dind.na. and It is ccsttig the taxpayers $IJ7S4 per year more thi-- It did un. der McCreary, making a total excess of more than $i20,O33. While paper for the prli.llitrj, although the price was fixed by nu old contract, Ills' been used so freely that it lias cost under this administration $86,000 more than ever before. complete elpinemstnitun of our As tjheler Stanley's "eccn-omy- " Kimvlnir ho has paid on the alulo eb'bt elur lug thij last J ear JlH.OOo inorn Interest than was evct nld by nny other the story tuns jcur by Jdtr and me nth by mouth; white the people tax bills; look nt their bphold PMty EtowltiR nssesstpent nml wonder where tho money Roes. Wonder-In- s will not .stop this reckless couruva-i'aticbut 0tIt1K tight will. 11 ndmiu-Ittmtlon. c, the areel T.itor Some "rigid economist' the Derartnint We Are Ready ! FOR Pientlon nml perpetuation of olllees and clllpeholeler for the hunand drains from dreds ot needless the public trensuiy used to fed and fatten thp pclltletil tuveiiltes of a disci edited i.aiiili isliatioti. The us-le- FOR Its lUu.onrtnitfd business IneMpnolty nml fraudulent riior(tlsni nsiiltlbR in the loss ami waste of uillllouu of the peoples' money. FOR pollth'.il bilk'andas The disgrnce'ul which did not teu the J.il rnll-d- i en of Kentue'ky; but whloli sauht to , a fastiii poll them, 11111I their sliauteful. Illegal and luiileiuus i.'ouiuion-seliobook aiieptl.it.. piie-uts- til FOR ;W8. The Inhimy ot p.titl.inn pnlltltMl control of the tale's ehiu lilt's. liitli u.ivu toii.lt iuutiiie-ot their helplis.H and elifemieli-spawns In the frame of oiitt-.j but nun which has tut ncil t ipse Institutions o 'tii'iej lulu cleniliMli nuoj foi lu'tlci' li.nle ami Ivulei. s s FOR ' The .nrl rsiiitihttitlnn of tne loti? diseieeilted sHte-u- i of eo. ill. tet lats.i, ful its btoKeii p.J.. . lulutcil piomlstb and 11.01 e ti.uu wttS.eJ opportunities. I EDWIN P. MORROW. Tvur I cars itpu. In a campaign wliMt pllrri'i the state- to Its depths, betiayal of public trust was made manifest; the wretched condittoir of th' state's business was made known, drains and leaks and thefts from tho public tieusury were dis- , bioken eovnints were Hid bale,! nml the marks of the stningllns u.ilh Klip of the old imlltlc.il oldei way vhown ujior tin. I.ilr thtoat of the Mate. In that campaign the people were urged to tebtite j tlulr betiajcis; tu eoudemu thoe Vho ' lit polled them and, b) u of guilty tit tht polls, to I'Muullsh a higher state danl of iMilltlu.il fatlh, government ana j elo-iOt I ttivlit. . I Faiihlr.s Mpn Were Elected. Uu: tln.hc who scne the people today p.nd Htm of those who want to snve it teimminw made I..I1 ..ml womleifnl ptnm- ie cf nofoinj and icfoun to slop the Kakb Jti tho tiensui. to destine th u..... Ins jobholder nml to ijhe it laithful. elli-c- li nt blttimss iii'in.ipciiit-tof ltL.il l.'mlei those usMinviu s, pnpU-viilelcto their Idols, thinking ntur- - of .tlmir pnity than tlu did of tlm .state, withheld thlr tnmleinnatloii .mil ttuvt a Aole 01 loiilidinee to a wieti'hid, fiilth- ....... 11,1 , ... .... it. ,jiii. ,ilbl t, i .I...-- miu tic-'ii'- ..... .io iuii .....I .1 Jiubll' olhce those vho serve uti toilty. I rour yrais have come and gone un. I lialn j ! What today are the knewn and ail- rnitted facts? What tcday is the ver- illet ahcady miJe In the heart of the ! What does your stockrtofllL? No economy, no sav. taking show i Inn, luit inctaasid expenditures in i every department of state; no be. ; l.ead.nn ' useiess olficers; no stop to . the elrains and leaks; no lessening re- inltir.p in the Inss of ruillli.nt. of dot- ; Urt, and a watttfulnets which his I ; loUctD tnti i:nple of tltoinands. ' )lll"lllMl b 1IH ll.MllltiHUI. H1.llll.Ml iit'd .niiiiol 01 niniud by tin'. im:i. tot ill iivkin? hi Ik1 vUiti h (buiilu-s!wrra to veUe KHut upitortiiiiitlis. dl'Tijiir In tit ltbook udoinloii. in the mnniUht ol I'oUUcil I'urruptlun it In iI.miu itbxul u lii.iiuploii. u d"feii!iii, tn trickery in t'heli' In nut tiiuU4-'"wiiHi'l wciiiIh," hoi hoiirIi eiinnintj In anfUlydia n h nli wn to e mil .ilnl in- irt ot Keif biui.u tin mi tiuiiy lulu 1.1 luildli.jr mid Indiiislnic tlio Biltiiiiihumtliiii ot i.n.lo Hturlcy tiul tlHu.--i aufcotlatc.l with him Yit on tin loiMth day of September. I . nioi.-rnt the lot Male ollkt In a convii-tlnt- i HhUh the) elollliliiitiil, b u eb of word:., to Itldi Iiomi tin p.il-j.tin- tnul liwuci. of thin man, .mil tlio uota tind ihi'dn ol the pioN nl ulih'l. have for until been eomlenii (it by ml ilylit ihlnkius m 11. IMiliUlduUs lor IiIkIi o'liee 1U11. now Vlliki' . Li ill your kupiutt hud iiulllni the to upmly Imloise, eior tlm uiJuiKe tc di i(ui)i.i.' I bin .iduiliiuitmtlun, but tlnitiv.-h- t to at iflieo plaeate 111" S'lnilley oltleiholu opl Ly h numtiiiiK. bin unit ilumr the Ii Uluuki't iiiooikt'iieiil of the U'guUf ni'U ot tin Maiile aelniluiitiiatluu. , ; I I i ) i dtr the present administration which hit hao full, torrplele and absolute eontrol of every UcJirtment of state. In sttppoit of their uceiivutiius nml il. iiuiiciiUlona ami to uphold and sustain Ilium, i mvu mid tlie tacts l'lcdireei to "the most rigid economy' in th" niuii.i'ipinentvf the pullic bUHim-sa- , the picscnl iidmliiisi.itlun has nut wipid out a e!ollai3 ot tne public debt; has nut .savitl pettii of the pulh: funds, but has leleel lucietlM.d tac and ussessiuelits and his incre.ortl eietidtuu-in depllltmelU of tile- Mt.iti This atlnilnlslratlon has collerted in taxes &ud revenue, freni the people, more money than was ever gathered by any ether administration. Its total collected from all sources was 135,- 471.C00 an excess of JI1,iiOO,0I0 more tht-the Wilson sdmlnlstratlon and more thzn $t,000,COO than the Altnougli adminlsttatlon. these enormous additional amount1 have ccllected. the state-debt has net been reduced, but has grown steadily year by year. At the eh.-- e of the Will-o- n administration the public debt was ri.ii.ihu At the close of tli ileCieaty adminlstatitili litis had iticie.isvil to On June 3c. l.'lS, the lnt.jresl-Li-aiin- g debt, shown on th it date, hiel giown to $." .'.rt.'iOL' -- and tills .lotwith-klutidltlie n.osl p.it-ittempt to the IlKUlts nil elecuixe- the people of Titis bold, but unskillful at. was made by culling tempt at nt' In lot pt.vmi'tit .mil iiliihiK on June .'ii, ten d.is beloic the close of tlie fiscal .Mat, ;l.l.O!.tiUM el state wairaiihs. Had It not lor this Jui'leiv the Inteiest-bi-ailnwauauts at tie closj of ye. 11 would hive stood ut thd I inul.ithe (.bulge that Jhe elebt will tolitlliuo to lUe fiom the liutesi ot June JH iiiitfl they will ifiieli at least ?1 ;un.u(U. Kiom this showing it will be t'Mll thlt, while tile .St. ailmiiiisti-atioi- l has had $U,IjUu,i'0'J mole th.in the. WiiUuu adniluistmtli.n, and ?i..t"").piM) n.oie than the ilcCn-ui.nlnilnistiiitioi, with which tc meet the expenses ot the st.it-nt.d ! l off the nt.ile debt. It bar. tolalK tailed to do so: but Willie spei.ou.s, tin- i.ioue-- h.ts caelKed the st.ile debt to mow Kleutci bj at leant s . be-cInterest-hearing lutcii't-t-beails nt Jtig-Kle 1 .lici-ptii.hi-till-I- .y , y Pledges Made On Economy Broken. To the pioplj of Kentucky ponents, niitilc tho billowlni; puimlso to the people of Kentucky: "We favor tlu immediate abolition of nil useless olUces." They pion.lseel to behead the out," to lend "the fuicstci-- bifk to the rut in" and to "tern on the IIMtt ' Whit Iris been the fulfillment'' None, ibsolute-l- y none. No r.bolltlou tT ttselers ufiiees 3 no 110 behetielius of tu c marshalof city 101 enters buck tu the farm. .Wiy! Na! "l'he ftiltblul must bn fed, the eiellveurs of watds and picciucis mt'st bn. "taken care of." nn-- iiiups Ba" Is Itu ned lute, tho olllolil cnibtlietor unlimit, til tho salary list exceeds the yince tue close of Wlllscn a iidmlulstiu-tlo- n there has been added to the salary list 10.1 new positions In old eicpaitments mid 2ti'J bland new Jobs and positions lino been I'teuted In new di t iitmeitls, making n total ot 3U new naiues on the munthly ost sal.11 y mil at nu liicii-nseof )l3,0"c und tin additional jtul) outlay of fiili.OOU. Verily, the faithful have been rewarded; truly the public trough has been thrown wide open but tho day of rtckt ning Is at hand and finds the state treasury empty save for mi enormous hurdle of interest-bearinwarrants which evidence the stite'j unrzid obligations. "The ging" has merrily capered and cut the light fantastic on Ctpltol Square, but thtt people must pay the fiddler. This same mlmlnlstititlou piomlseel a "InislMtfcs udniiulittntion" ami ufull ami adequate service In ect department of the state EOMinmcnt." charge thnt has one In nny stall.' shown suca Incompetency not such absolute In protecting and safeguaidiug ihi Interest hi nntti-r- s of th- - nwm and ital tmpoituuce' 'lln-putt- eis Kcnd-I11il g 1 uuliuai-lalluply r Useless Jobs Were Sustained. This same administration upheld, dorsed mid pntlsrel by my ivtnucratlo Inop- 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. New 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, Ic? SHOES .whose very appearance on the feet denotes the correct style. They bring out the long beautiful lines of the feet. Facts oof Hnrkness Case Give In my limited limp 1 can gle enl bl; nutstandlni; facto anil Incident-- , to Justify this sweeping chat Re. In 1916 1. V Dark ness, one e,f the world's tlchest men. died intestate a resident of Iaette eoun.j, K"nttick. hut claimed by .New 101 1; as a le.ildent ot that state. Tint li was a of this tili is now bijond ilts. end the full proof of Ids Kentucky I ute, residence was ut tho time of h s d .itli ami aftorwnHis te matter of publi rcorJ in the e'leik's oillee of the K.iette County Couit nml In tin- - Sunognte f'e nrl of New Yen'k Cit.x, and uns leadlly available uhm d.tluu the s.tate uf Kent lie Us was enti tled bv law to th' ml .ttoren: ttiJv upon Ids Mist er.tnte. In Apiil. lull! tuo suits wit to collect this tax, one of the State l!av- 11110 Agent Ittais, the other by Sheriff Itmelle.x. both cUeinilruT the taxes due on .111 Aftei ' valued nt JU'J.odii.iiUO. nd an c- much j'oel.eyliit for ihisHIoii cltim; nice foi pieireh-me- , these suits In I tlie c'oinity Court wete settled on June 1. This settlement was m.tdu by un ngieedl ( Judsnient elitcied upon the Judiim-n- l book of the IVyttte Counts Court. This "agreed" Judgment placed the value of the cttate at ;3.S33,0QQr and for a recovery for five gtve years based upon this amount, 3 amounting to he pitiful sum of tor state and cour.ty. Aftjr fees, penalties and the county's port.on, the state fcr its share received only about $ ICO. CM. Tnls compromise was trade by and with the full krowledge and consent of the governor, the auditor, and the stite's $2&2,-CC- I Wayne Knit Hosiery -- J Elegant in appearance, superb in quality. In Silks, Lisles and Cottons blacks, tans, whites, browns, grays, blues and field mouse. l.jfii.eeiu A attorney geretal. comparison of monthly expendi- :t ; In-- ap.il-ojfli- t. ! .Ii.-ii- '. Stanley rdminibtration has spent tv. of its existence $2iO,3jO cry more than the McCreary aJminlstra-tlon- , mote than the and The state'3 Wlllson admtiih.tratlcn. firancial conditicn, like an Indlvldu. .. u.;.i by tne .nteitiV il'i.. is. ccpaid upon Its. ueuW. Dumij ton last fiscal year of Willson's atltni.ilstratlon there wes d out in interest on outstanding warrants 51,090. I Jin. lit the !.nl liseul Jeat' of aiiminisliutloii tlieio wis p.ild oui And .'01 I1.1 the salin. impose nt Hie .Stanley tin- last tlM.il N.il.iS'i' an IneiniJu ot Jlil.e'H over Mei'uarj mid UXI'Uu oer Willsun Failed To Show -l p.-iye-.udiiilu-Utialloii tures demorstrates the reason for this Increase In tlie state debt. Til At the time ot this "settlement" there VMS pioot olfeitd and nvailablo that the estate was woith lliJ.'JOi.'lou. It was estimated to be worth ut leabt luo,'i.v"0 mid the stale revenue ugi-u- t ehairfi'd that It was, worth tlSv.dUJ.l'OU Uased upon llee,nui: Agent (lyni's tlieio was due tlie state in laxps for iSii.iXiV, and foi luo yean cue nut this "business ndmlnls ii- ncel nln 01.1 n"ti'-i- i' 1. c1lii1I11.1l negllgeiit'e., made this ly c 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 look. i J i 4 i coiuiiio.iilse-- . Big Sum Lost By State in Suit. Unpaid Warrant. pnnt Hon. A. U'. .In n 110 lit speech iS.iilil-.lee-en1 the iiuaiii'iitl .KlU'h - ndi:'lu-lt.tiulio- u 11 ale ihesu bunded him bi tunic "eeuitutu) e,petl" In the uudltui'i the) tall tu slow that en olllec, the do r.tter the Wlllson utlmliilstiatloi get Mints. lie- - Usid attempted dclenc. mule by your pieseul am eunlldent that i.u t at Louisville, the eoui-nfi- 1 i lli Act Produced Wide Dlcfavor. Thik Uf noble tniiieii'er and Latent IX eoiit.iinvd reditu. I uf (In Ir plteUutni. Whei. .lie fully read It onl. tndorteitt urtuln i"jjl'n tH - a em, only the p.'iraufe of luwa urged feiui yeuia anu lj,' Loth KiiUca intend b; Uilh iattir4, an J fuiiKCihinc .'UlcIi there tvi never any l.'ji.ui the administfcujluu dJfiotetii'cB. rative- ajt and omlsslonti of tb Minl bOiiutetMltuu which um iimUutrd tliu 1 1 i- uuiuiiied I'll live, thole was placed up.it desk an unpaM watntir the IM'iiHUief for back p.i due school teacliiis uinouut-lutu 5'.MI.U3; mid tlieso same Utttiles l'ul to Imlude outstitudlug wauauts uud claims due pilot to Janiiiry (i l'i;, unii.uutllig tu $t'i,34tl. ot Untiles, when .idil h These two T'liej teigetthur, make 11 total of l,33t',(iUn wvte not c minuted lit Mr. il.ultlev's ml 1 am siilo that 111 e.lll .el unci eorteel his stiiteitieut when itu l.inmu tin bc-- n ele tiuo facts and buds thai heolyeii aim misled .S.ilmles In the eelue.illon.il departineti umlei ('iiibbc, nihnltletlly tho beat sup r uf public liistiuetloii tlm stub tiiti iiili-utu' lind, for lliice ee.it a totnleel fl'j.auo fls Under MlCiiij and llanilott tlu-se its btate-liie'ti- t 11 lty It the State of Kentucky has lest at one fell blow mine than J3.fu0.uu'). Think uf It: lOnough money to have built in uvuy couuti In Kentucky n schoul-hous- u lusting 3'J.Ouj, etio'ith to huo paid evciy public beiMUil ot tlie stale fur mute than 11 yrur, tncush to liavo lltuleluteil tliu entile Hate debt und stopped the payIn ment jeut'y of jnS.'J'iu in Inturest. the name! ol oxer holiest, capable luun In Kentucky 1 denounce this Infinite outrage' .'1 ti.. .. stale liut there- is mare to tho story of "full t.nd udequate tetvlce" tendered by this iidmliilsti-utlun- . About two years ago Mrs. Hubert W. Illnghum died In Louisville. Ii)., 11 lctral lesldent of this statu. Thera v.. is not und r.uer ii.is been uny ipiestl.m ua to hot' domicile. The statu was there-1'ur- e clearly entitled to its legal tax upon Ihla s.tst I'Stnle. That this (state wui worth In the neighborhood ot SlOO.OOU.'jeO Tho only lias ulw.iys leeh undetstood. iial service necessary for a proper settlement of tho tux due to the state) wan In uscertnlnlus by competent upprabcu its ful' und honest aluo. Under these conditions the Stanley administration" made a "business contract with Messrs. Qarnett, Huf. faker &. Cordon, attorneys, of Louisville, Ky.i by which It bound the state to pay these attorneys, for wholly unnecessary services, the sum of 3 per cent upon whatever sum was collected for the state If their action went ba E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. - s iirn le) uuU Ollbcrt's "counviny" fur the aann f Itlivil.iMl. In l..(jDa. ,...,., e hUt. llll.hi. . .... ....... j (Continued on third pago.). titii ' n-.f-- 1 :&, e. L l yond tlie Jefferson County Court. This eitate It vnluet) by the last appraisement at $103,29:1,003. and upon this mm thr (late clalmo taxes due . ' of 14, i04,C03. At 8 per tent these nt- torneyt villi receive lor their services ' the enorirous fee of 1235,000. y. f Thfir whh never nnv rent neeenlty uiploMiii'Mt. Tin-- h'MvIii j for titer iv lifMi U qtilreil cuulil Mid ulioulil lm an roiniiclcnt iiltu in"' rcihtbI 1' and hl mf Istnnls. Hut cvrn if It wiw deemed iirusNiiiy to vmiitoy iiiiiiitrl In 'the in tier, coir.iictcnt and I'lipalilu .tttor neyn could li.ixo been hwuph! for a ratonaliiu Hid In vni,).irlM.'li with tin- - fee 'jjKTectl Umii--- .i iii'inlniil lilln, At the niatlo nl.uiili tnd.iv,, thin rtmli.icl In im iitiil il'Oi)cioi .iliU, rn cnn oi r.uilkss Mitu ol tn piiuiio il 1 , unreim-iiHililc- LlllOIIH M 'jspotidtnee, illntiittKi ! tin nttorm-who Itwtin nut I, mifil 'ii tin cnnliiict but uho. iJliy il nil.-- nKririmtit, ttii to iccelve ono- the Ily IIiIh juotirlli of tin; III of the wuy; ijfciiioi went nl) klf-hwhh jiistlllcil In dlfclniKUi1; one uf Ithtx illoiiicjH he ihuuhl liivn illncharRnl II. l'or month ho linn known nil u the 'nets mid 1. of the ciindltloni Ktinouud nc thin trniwirttmi. If the petle uf Keiitui-honor me by electing mo ovrrnui of the loninuiiiwriiltli. I illumine Um one of iu Hint olCcl.il aclH hIhII lie khi! I nnirdlalc iiltclmntu of nil of thexe uttoiif-)and the ciiiirellutloii of their 'Should Have PUcharoed Alt. Cot.niar ll'ml. Iim, hy rent between proan and a laugh "Dr. Heller's Physiology," the Nonesuch Speller, presented by Ktolr & Crlnstead, and somebody's dictionary, which stopped at the letter "C." tlnift was fur tnouch. While th tale held hath lis sides nnd Itx nose, there went up from throughout the land n tint veisnl demand for tho hninedhito resignation of this textbook commission. The Court of Appeals declared the adoption lllcmil. and thu IkvuiI met with the present coventor. After nn Inter lew which never nulled ti Imlr, piuvuked u "inns' wold, or disturbed tho tnleuin powicr itK)ii a hIiikIo face, this "pink ten" meet-In- s cnnie to u haimontous close, with not n member of the commission mlsslne. and It hcicupan proceeded to do some better d In tlie way of adoption, but it still lo about 50 per cent of the Increase their books nud to niHttilally cost to the ptople. mnu-ni;e- monttroslty that cross eolie. Mfiny Children Without Books. piece of political As a result of This brlwuuil.ifir, the tlilMien of t lie statu Ulu In ninny localities without new books. In others the Mil bouVs lire helm; dlscnided politics nnd politician. Hvrry. vestige of partisanship should be rnullcaleil from their coutiol nud legislation should be immediately passed which will prevent the election of stnto nnd county superintendents under puitlsun emblems, and which will mnko their fitness, nut their political adulation, the delei mining facKentucky, In tor In their selection schools and colleges, Is entitled to as good as tlie best. Let us see that she has them. The strain of politics tt" often besmirches the eimlne of tht Judge. My party cheerfully takes advanced ground In demanding that all Judicial olficrrs be elected on a nonpartisan plan, wlthot't party embleirs or designation. Fitness f.nd qualification alone should determine their selection, lloiintlfully blest by natuie, fuur-ili1situated g'ogriiphlcall), Kentutk) should long i.go lime tnki-gigantic Mi Id a in Industilul und iigrleiilitu.il di velopment. To stimulate; such development, my pirty Mnnds for good loads, ior eei nislsl-mic- e tu this mevemeut. foi Milisiuntlal ill to nut extt'lirlou of tlie ngrh Ituial department nnd its various activities, fur incifiifced nld tu the Mate I'ulv l Mlt , especially favoring the iigrleultm.il und me tluinleul depaitments, uuu piovldlng for special attintlcn Iu and ussislauce for Itirin cxtn slun woik. 8WINO KCONOMY AX O.N AIM'KOI'ItlATIONH Wnsltlngton, Sept. 11, Tho Houso Approprlntlonn Commlttco swung tho nx of economy hard on practically all government departments asking y funds and reported a bill giving less than a third of tho .. w rr 'ff r. l total aBkcd. As reported it carried fi. one-fo- nt 11 nrt-Ulie- - g I will have the taxpayers ,'of Kentucky the elitlro fen 'In tills imK'j nc a riaroimlile fin for the nunlccs rendered to date. I will dlnchir?e these at- d law of Wurr.eyH under the Kentucky, und force them to nil action to irciivtr upon the buMK nlnro of aervlm 1 refer tc the tett'ed law ol tendeied. this t.ite conliilncd In thg following of the stalc'.i hWlust court; lltnr.v v Vnr.ee. 03 S. W. 27 1. I In ithltl Con I, lion and L.uuber Com, 3S S. W Ilf't pany v further state Hint lion U. I. Uawaon, ltrpulillcnu nominee for uttorney Kenerul. ivnti and will fully protect eveij' internal liun It Is of thu st'itc In this matter Ou-pory1 e'dtltllK t. II) this ncllou piuinl In lili- - liiimW But this Is not all of the ctory. This administration has paid out to special favored attorneys and political henchmen the round sum of $49,000 for spewhich could and cial legal by the should have teen rendersd state's attorney oericral. So runs the ntory of a "liuslnefi administration" vi hone only visible proof of tlllcleney In the Iush and miiite til millions of tin people's money. My opponent und the Dull tciutlc candidates for the ttito olllci h uphold uud roudunu diop of hlocd In With evi-rmy body I dtuouiice It; )ou who have. ran take jour choice. 'vfTetcd tlio 1o-- Work Political Partisan Power. As nn evidence of If lack of virion and Its utter contempt lor public opinion Ptunlry mid his followers have funtened the. rhurltable nud penal Institutions ol llil.i Ktntci the blighting, dumplnv Pl-IrTill of partisan iolltlml control. linrl.wjirel. uiifclriitlnV, Jnliunian .illtf oa tilers' " e..lry was Imposed tiH)ii theve Institutions In the fnee of and despite the roniVmnatlon of the entire medical piDleMdoii, the prolent of txoiy wonrin'B oiKiuilzatlun and over the objection of every Kod man und wcmauin Kentuclty I tluillcncp any honorable man to this notion. Under this Hjstcni Hie black liund of priltlcM strangloH destrotn scltntlllc tiratment, tuind nsy. liims into KUnrdhaiises, techlo minded Into place of detention and Institutions but pa it uud makes of (urcel of a political system Under this system the final result has been the Indictment of the superintendent of the Scl'ool of Reform, the cMsmlssai of the superintendent of Institute ana led the rt last lr the home of the xhllc'rcn, kiiwatchrd and unattended, burning up with fever, dying of the "flu," crying through the lorp night for water, while In ether wards insane children, their little bodies twisted In the agony of clsrase, were Covered with vermin. In Hi" name of eveiy )ie!plK.M and dc ftnsely Jniuiito of thehe invtltulloiis, lit the name of ull thofeo who lovo them und cf all Jhey once loved. In the tncied name nnd liuii'.inlty, I denounce this uhymuul Vht-HinntllutuinH should bti to wroiiK ine ueart ami nun-- '. oVnueJ as to stlcncii of KfJitucJoi thiy ihnutd say fur our ptople every day uuJ cvrry nlht, "i Durlin; tlij urn my brother u ket'pui.' next week I hhall refer In detail to tl'ia to thu state for Its subject n nd prtct-n- t . jppiovul u iiuiipaitUau Ixiard, couipou'd , to control .mil .super ,of men nnO toiii(-nim vise tlitbC InatlUltloiiH, jiurh.u will dtstruy forever their political doiul- y lie-fe, tlu-KFetclo-IV.Inded feeble-minded t bo-n- f lUllOII. " Broke School Book Pledge. us ngo, upon In Urn platfuim of fjur which Htniiley uud hU uiipeilJitenclent of public iiiHtiuctlon fcuuitlit the otcs of the people, Is found this plcdcc; "We faor thu furnlbhlne of common fcdiool texlboolis to the pupils at cost conHMent with yuoO I1io lutrt-s- t Uiuillty, but wu uie opjioscd to liny sweepluK change In the adoption of toxtliojks ut the end of any Ixed pey, riod. Whut bitter contempt every honest man f. must feci fur un administration which ruthlessly broke this solemn coven ill t luadu with the tchool chlldien of tfliinlcy und (lllhert produced and lextbuok coiiunla-Iovituted u tluuugli and through. puitluan Wl:ii It met the k'uvernor, (insisted hy hid Biipcilnteiiilent of public li.stiuctlou, sat ' upon the lid, dominated the commission. and It gave to the state u textbook adoption which cauttd the people of Kentucky t.Jesltate between n nlgantlo laugh auci u dcslie tu commit nuirder. eommlshloii, pledctd This tclbook "tureplng clnnees" uud for Imjnlust 'lMoks at tho lowci--t ccsl,' (hinued j Iter cent uf thu grude bool.B and so und tulsed their priees that they sv,,nl.l have made tho n.irenls of Ken ... i tu,J. a ni, uuaitionai lust of mole Una , i Kuum. tvw.vvv ui changed old books for new over It the protest of 90 per cent of the county school superintendents. This board bllthly adopted, At fin increased valuation, books they had never seen or read, nd which were In evidence only hv their hscks. It oravelv and rln. . Ken-tiuk- y. haiid-likkcd Jou-tile- ."vn while parents reach Into their pockets to pay the dlffeience. Will nn IntclllKcii, people have the coui'uce to vote their piutest ut tlie polls? In older that our state may take due null; In the mnicli of human procress, g udmlnlstrutloii" has this "foi fastened upon the state for the next-fiv- e ycais.thu alclialc, discredited system of convict contract labor. Kvery progrts-sh- e slato iu the republic has cither utterly abandoned this mot an nnd economic ! do so, while Kenfulture or Is tucky under a p.irtlt.in Hoard of fastens It mote lirevocahly upon us In June, 1918, the Board of Control conhired by contract 400 victs to work nine hours a day, makpromote ing shoes, at the price of 95 cents per stimulate production and i.rctect the workmen In day pei man, the state to provide mlnr, n.lll ard factory. I stand for the the working place, light, power, heat, creation of s icparate derartment of etc. This contract Is made renewable labor for due leprtsertatlon of labor upon the Workmen's Compensation for four years on four months' notice. Board, fcr suck legislation as will Effective in April, 1917, it contracted prevent child labor and shall produce throughout the entire fields of Indusunder similar terms StO try better working places and workconvicts to vvcrk nine hours a day ing conditions. making worklngmen's clothing in the Jly f i lends, I liellcw In rulillc service-Eddyvltle HenltetTtlary, for UlVi cents believe Hint nil olllco Is a public trust. per day oer man. This contract Is poliWhat wo uetd In Kentucky is Ie tics and imue bnslinx, fewer pruudie.-unalso made renewable fcr three years n. ore peifoimunees, m.uc red peppe at the cpllon of the contractor. mid les3 ted tape, muie t.ivlns in tin. Another of slmllui impolt was made foi eollecllon of revtnuc und let's ext'avu-paneIn its Abi ve all else, 100 comkls, uotkine ten hours per da), unit fill the great! st uood of the state w. the state to receive 75 rents per day per must dostioy tho political system whlc. Tin man. This ostein Is altogether vicious. has almost distroyttl Ktntuckv. ,. .....,. ... isiaseu linn looteu in ir.iuc nm. .i ,i... ..it .... fi,.,l? , -- 1 oaiter und lii.us it h uuvaiMnc: cxmesslu entire contracts Mich that no business Iu tlie ravmrut nl Hi hate political obli man of reasonable Judgment would have gations Mth the gift of public oillce. ever made them. Will Not Make Office Pledrjes. Pay Guards To Positions urr i.itdged In ndvnnce In lli Watch Laborers. heat ul cairpali'.ns and lilled. not becaui e To guard these prioners ns they of training, capacity und fitness, but in goods to compete with tree labor, eol.sideiutloii of the dellviy of polltlnil thu state provides ut Kddyville a saluiled Iiillucnces. This sytrtn has tilled the utateliouso with useless conimlsskns, u.ird or omploje for evoiy eight prWeu cleiks nnd otlieeis. nnd tinned thu Cmi.1- eis, uud it similar guard for every four- lol Into a clearing house for the tiade nuo settlement ol political debts. teen pilsoiieis at rrunkfort. thr oaiI ier una my own nice for my nominamadt sake of tlie unfortunate Inmates of thc-- e tion. It wits given me, without opposiInstitutions, who thought they have tion, by thr unlveisnl will of my party. tlie laws of the state, may some daj 1 was no the candidate of nny man or business or piote.st Against this of nny ct of men, or of nny no plenges, be good men, any Intcttst. I have made "beast of buidtn" system, and in the no Dlomlf-rsmade for noi have nnv be-name of every litu laboicr in Kentucky me. I had rr.Hn r be defeated lu honor man to secure nnu tro.tr the purple know I demand Its abolition. Ing tl'ut It will cover und hldu a In your name, people of Kentuck. it. me uuu uarraiii. these charges liau been made and for To secure my election to the your good Ihey Imve been sustained bj position to which I honorably tacts, t'.gurts and eNidtucc. The case aspire. I ci'.i'l not Pledge a single ofyour hands. You, and ou alone, Is in fice or make a single trade. When must lender the verdict. In the nam- - ot this greet trust comes ti me my eveiy broken ptoml.-.- mid iolated plcdgi. hands shall te free to take it, my In the name of your wasted dolpiis and mind not bound by bargains, and, unIn the name of mi euipt tfrowlng taxes. der God, my heart and consciousness nuasury uinl oei whehnlng debt. In free to strive alone for the best Interof thu Iluikuess blunder, the 111 ut; ests of ny state. If In your wisdom ham contract grab and the text book you see ft tc elect me governor of the scandal, In tlie name and hope of bettei commonwealth days aikl belter goci mucin, appeal I tu you to cast the pullot of tebuke. WILL utc for u change all along the line Unforce rigid economy In the collection your ballot stand now and In the fuLet nnd expenditure of the public funds, stop ture us a wauling to both parties tint tho leaks, abolish every uyelos olllco, fulth broken with the people biiiifs the und compel rctienchiuent In every depait- Jiuirilly of political death. mem ot ni.uo. The Ftrpuhllcsn party presents ta I WILL of Kentucxy a plain, prothe rttple Take tht Marl: In ml of politics from gressive platform, embedying a comthe throat of Urn state's charitable, nnd system of needed and constiuc-tlv- e plete Penal Institutions, and name n board fm legislation. I Heartily ,na luny their control n conunised of men ami women endorse this platform to me It Is my of such chnincter and Iltnesj word given to the people and I solthat ull will know that under such i pledge to Its fulfillment, In letemnly board the evil of political domination will ter and in spirt, the test efforts of disappear forever, and th.it these institumy heart and mind, t tions will be so operated ns to lelleet the As the Hi st step fur any lasting pi ogreal lieiitt ress or develnpmtnt the state's nuances Kentucky. anil soul aim cviiscleuce of lie put upon Ubiile, sound uud busl til iit We must I our WILL !k's liasls. prcpaie to icallzo it. Indebt meet For tlilr tduess und Appoint state tax ptlipose my.part Is pledged to tlie strict out leguiil a to politics, commission,of withcoinptsed men to the abolishment of every of sucli ublllty mid illness .is will f.tlil, est silpeitliious ollli.e, uud lo ictienrlunenl justly and equitably dlsrhnige their tuIn eveiy depuitnie'iit und ut lles and if they do not do tu 1 will destute. mand ll.clr leBltii.ulon and tell the state v. hy Will Discard I WILL Old System. Appoint a textbook commission, comThe old systtni of expendian I thu budget posed of capable trnlntd mm fioni both tures mist bo system fully tuul roll cell) Installed and parties, und tleinund that their hearings rigidly follow ed. Tu opeiuto the vailous shall ba public. I will protect the celuol of the state, nud for their benu-l- it dejmrtmeuts uf state, to maintain law childi-twill demand the passage of laws to uud order, to build louJs, uud fiuther tlie uf education In tuke the departments cause of education, teveuuu Is necessurj and must be piovlded. The Itepubllcnn state and county out of. politics. puny charges that evtiy lax burden I WILL whlih now galls the buck of the people Seek alwayH und everywhere has heu ptoduced hy uetdless wusto una real service, real progress and to promote u full t'Xtiaugauct', end It believes tv.'kless In benefits tor every dollar expended. that wllh piopcr economy nmny uf thest Ills will pej mancntly dlappeur. I WILL .My party that taxatlm -- Imnlil Face the fact of the stite's uvilwholni-In- g be just, lair and equitable upon ever debt, und by economy nnd a uuslness chits and kind ut piopcrty, and that every administration of fiscal affairs seek to pay citizen hhould cneeifully mid honu.sU it without adding uddltluiiul buitleus to a, bear his full and fair share of luxation It ii pledgeil to bo tevlse) und coriect the tiorcly taxed people. pi i sent tax law as to secuio these reI WILL NOT sults, It Is opposed to the use of arbiFor political trary Power, and condemns the present nny unworthy orleasnns appoint to.olllro umpuillled Stale Tux Commission for thu rirnllrarv 1 knowingly permit such nil man, nor will appclntment methods employ id in udinliilsttilng the by any public clllcer. piesent iu law. I WILL NOT It Is pledged to a thorough and Into the Km ploy attorneys at state expense, nor exhiustlve investigation 1 permit manner in which this law has been the settlement by comprowill administered, and to correct such mise of etute claims, but will compel abuses as have been the cause uf their adjudication In the com is of law. Just complaint. It Is further pledged I WILL NOT while preserving tne prirclples of the classification of property to limit Abuse or misuse the pardoning power, I pardon any guilty man, nor within reasonable bounds the arbinor will trary powers ot tne btate Tax Uoard will I use this meat power for political assessments to increase made by ends. y county boards, and to provide a I WILL NOT and speedy method of appeal Darter or use my patronage to entrench to the Court of Appeals from such my party or myself In power, but will arbitrary increases. seek alone the confidence of u people Under the present high assessments, a faithful, conscientious diswith strict economy enfoicvd, the present merited by public trust. lax rate cun and should be materially charge of leducid, and to this end every effort I WILL NOT be put foi'tli tu bring all of tin: should While governoi of Kentucky sejk stute'8 uropcrty tu assctsment and taxnomination for uny other oillce, nor will ation 1 become a candldute fur un othei public oillce. Will Improve Teachers' Pay. I WILL NOT Deny to the people participation In The general condition cf the common schools und school system, tlie method of theli uffalrs, but by the wlstst publicity supplying this department with it venue, 1 will seek their advice, thtlr confidence, and tlie wi etched pay now given common and the expression of theli will. Upon the Issues as made 1 ptopo'se tu school teaclieih, Is deplored by every con wage my campaign. I luve my stute. livto con ect jt iiiousniiui t citizen, Ihi lit, iltrii.l these .. .Itttjtttfcs Shsliis ery ti tt my being thrills ut Impuhe JnU tin.ri'.ffi.liSl," c'omprehenslve s'.'r. tion llbio her name. Kvery goodthe menuT ,y j uit enure school syttcni, lor the 1'fTiiy soul Is dedlcuted tu her service. purpose f glvi'g a wise bais for snitly I believe ill her possibilities and her funteded M'hoil Uglslailiii U tundia n ture. If luve and hope, If energy und the paity of onpoaltlon for Its euis ol eulhuslusm will pictull, 1 promise, with failure tu use lis powers in tins leg-inthe assistance of thu young nnd uggies-siv- e men composing our stute ticket, to und to collect pieoent und lung-esluig evils, rioniethlng must be- done an J it i btlng u new und u better day to Kenat once tu providn piopci' pay for vein tucky The Issue is In your lu.nds. C'oino what may, I um sustained by the coniiiun school tuchers. Thu wages paid them today shames the sciousness that In every word 1 luve ut Wit mtmtv vr.1.!,! ,if III, ulula t... ,kr .! I i.mW for in uivwt uf tenntiiekv IorIs-l.ttloward-lookinsci-kltiCon-tiol, 1 n d d e moro than 114,000,000. Attorney General Palmer, howovcr. got nil ho asked for hunting out food profiteers and hoarders nnd enforcing wartime prohibition. The Attor ney General told tho committee he ex pected to spend $JO,000 a day on the food campaign alone. Navy ynrd workers will feel tho effects of the cut nnd it was said many thousands will have to bo discharged slowly. Committeemen deDevelopment Of clared their action was n notice for State Resources. Increased efficiency declaring tho Wo In Move that every aid of the state yards aro only G5per cent as ef should be given to f impel the full development ol our glint uml- eli.pvd period. flclcnt as In the pre-wIncluding coal, tlinl.tr und ill. Increases of $2,000,000 for extenWo deplore the manner In wlilrh the development of the oil Imlusliy of the stitu sion of Information services in the liiis been humpcicd, hludred niiri bcwlld u ered by unlortunute nnd misleading Labor. Commerco and Agricultural mid taxing m thods, tcsultiug In unjust und unfair assessment uud unrea- Departments wcro denied. sonable tax bin dens upon rll leases und s We favor th: propeity. The Hcst Advertisement. tax which shall he In lieu of ad other tuxes upon oil pioperlles. Tho best advertisement any merThe Jtepuhiicuu party Is In favor it in I stands for the passage of the sutTiaga chant can have Is a satisfied customand piohlbillon niiienilnipiils to the feti er. No greater recommendation can era I und stuti coiistltiitluus, and pledges Itself to suppoit, muintaiii und be given an article than the following these amendments by ull Meehc.il. legislation. hind myself to uphold and futnu by E. U. IMilburn, Prop., Gulon Drug these pledges. Store, Gulon, Ark. "Wo have sold The Republican party Is today and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for always has been the friend of Amerl-crlabor mid it stands rady now to promote in every way possible Its years and have always found that it welfare. To secure benef.clal results, gives perfect satisfaction." m ar , n'U'.'i'k A FLavo FLour Baking "OU would be even better satisfied than she is, for you would know by the flavor what wonderful flour is "FLavo". CAST.ORIA Head IVIuit V. S. Dcpt. of Agriculture Says About What Two Itnts Can Do According to government figures, two rats breeding continually for 3 years produce 359,709,482 Individual rats. Act when you see tho first rat, P don't wait. is tho surest, leanest, most convenient exterminator. No mixing with other foods. Drys up after killing leaves no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch It. Sold ajid guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r, Drug Acton Bros., Taylor's Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker Myrtle. IIAT-SNA. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Nearly all of the rich, sweet, nut-lik- e flavor, of the wheat berry is retained in "FLavo FLour" on account of the improved direct process by which it is milled. This new process is revolutionising Hour milling, for while it leaves the flavor in the flour on account of of the essential oil of the wheat berry, it alo leaves in the flour more of the necessary vitamines. The protein of the bread baked from tin's flour is. inure easily assimilated m it is a better bread for children und those having a tendency to indigestion from eating fresh bread. ......, ia.i,ni.. FLour", for ir You will cat more bread if it is made from "FLavo is delicious.. pin-duc- J'liis Hour is made iu many communities thioughout the United States, but is only manufactured, by the American Midget Marvel mill and sifted through silks of 109 meshes to the bio-lie- NOW RAISES people arc demanding this better flour. , You can easily enjoy good bread again. 1 . 600 CHICKEN After Being Relieved of Or ganic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Oregon, III. Get it Jrcsh from the mill or your grocer. If there is not yet one of these mills in your munity write us for the nearest one. We will also be glad to send you "TH E STORY OF A WON- com- - e DERFUL FLOUR MILL." 1 "I took Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound for an or ganic trouble which pulled me down until I could not put my foot to tho floor and could scarcely do my work, and as I live on a small farm and Angle- - American Mill Company C60-G70 iiiiimi ' Trust BIdg. AnCSICAM Owembcro, Kentucky IHMlMIMASVCLriOVR Milk Jiec-.udc- -- in raise six hundred chickens every year it made it very hard me. isKsflEsf?' tor saw the Com"I pound advertised in our paper, and tried it It has restored ny health so I can do all my work und t am so grateful, that I am recommending it to my friends." Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. K. 4, Oregon, 111. Only women whohavo suffered the tortures of such troubles and have dragged along from day to day can realize the relief which this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters' condition should profit by hor recommendation, and if there are any write Lydia E. Pinkham's Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of their 40 years experience is at your service. m i it ' umm nn w ip FLAVO FLOUR Manufactured and Sold by W. C. EVERLY & SON, Centertown, Ky. Order a Sack Today. & ftftAAftftAAft & S ti ? ? s ti ti 4? ti tu ti ta ? u rglar Insurance Is carried h & & & Waterwau Thousands Imvo boon fully restored to health and strength as a result of taking "The Waterway to Health" ti tu 6 lb Health EYQNlft 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of water Prescribed by physU dans for constipation, indigestion rheumatic affectjpns, Writ blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec tions. Money back if not satisfied. On prescription The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever, ti ? ti ti ti ti ti n . by BANK OF HARTFORD. If you do Ohio ir'i OP' jo business with us your interests are protected. sum-mar- 4.'f'. J1 H tu County's oldest financial J tfi i Wfl(jJ . : ti ti tfi tfi tfi ? LP" 1 l x ,71 l - druggist's. Booklet ou rc'iuest. Tbs Devonlsn Miners! Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owcnsboro, Ky. from your physician or at your ti 49 ti tfi ti ti ti BANK OP HARTF0R HARTFORD, KY. 1 ,u okcoop KKKtECCKSSSCSCSeSSCKCSSCffS&SteiCI I The Hartford Republican lMiblMicd Weekly by HARTFORD ritlXTINO COMPANY .. Wont pomo nnd nnRry vocCf 'ilnmncil gentleman please trend upon tho tnll of mo cont?" . STRAY STREAKS (Uy Fluko McFluko,) Incorporated IRISH QUESTION SKTTIiHl. i In "Tho Irish Question" In tho W. S. T1XSI.I3V, Editor 'editorial columns of tho Herald this nnd Ruliic.s MnmiRcr. week wo nro erroneously Riven credit 'fur lmvlnir llm Irish ntlGstloil ifcttled Entered according to law at tho our own 8atsfnction, when In , . Potofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall fact tho revorso Is truo, tcatter of tho second class. lelnlni to bo near o wlso as tho author to 'of the Herald article and really, If Address nil communications ' nU thc th,nR8, wo ,,0V Republican. Tho immuiu( qucs- Ireland nnd tho ' tlon wcro published In book form sunsciiinEits. v xoticb volunio wonld porlinps 1)0 lnrBOr Subscribers uesiring mo paper bdui t,fln ,Jl0 nut),or 0f sn,j ortlclo would to a new address must glvo tho old have tlmo to read within tho next address in making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices lOe year or so, except ho abandoned some We don't line, nnd ierInsertion. 6c per lino for addition of his other activities.about tho re1 enro a "tinker's cuss" Cards Sci Obituaries,Be Resolutions nnd in ad ligion of tho Irish, whether it ho por lino, money Thanks, Cnthollc, Protestant, Jewish, or what- vance r.hiirrh Notices for services free, 'not. There Is a nucstion of right and but other advertisements, 6c per lino. wonR( tunfa tho only question will j communications Everybody who knows it seems to bo Just our luck, when news Is scarce wo can hardly find anything to put in tho paper. x l,n to J. I. Goodmnn and T. J. Stevens, both of whom live nt tho hotel, treated each other as cold as kraut for n few days a couplo of weeks ago and, upon Investigation, wo found that each had something unbeknownst to the other and didn't want to be asked for a dlvy. Henco tho iceburg air was put on. Ml IT From Music's Imitation To Tho "good peoplo of Oaks, near iFordsville, gavo a box supper a few nights ago, tho proceeds of which wore to go to tho benefit of an Or- -' phnns' Home fund, and, ns ono means c swelling the fund two contests were staged, one for tho most popular young lady and tho other for tho ug liest man present. Squlro Ben Rice no attention. an, being ono of those present, It is not .land, Is nwaro of tho fact that Eng necessary to state that Ben won, not TELEPHONES. land rules by might, whether It bo by any sort of n closo division, but 123 Cumberland ". right or not. She certainly has no by every voto cast. CO Fiirmcrs Mutual hotter right to rule over and lny tri- ' Wo saw tho nbovo mentioned old bute on the Irish than she had over SEPTEMBER 10 this country of ours back yonder when birds late ono evening this week, X'KIDAY. George Washington, Tom Jefferson when they were moro than thicker and n few other rebels assisted by than fleas on n stray collie, In fact Lafayette throw off the reign of tho they nlmost occupied tho same chair, adorable llritnln. Kaiser William with arms around ono another. Wo will doubtless go to his grave under know durucd well there was sometho firm conviction that Provldenco thing unusual In the tlr and wt interviewed them privately made a serious and grievous blunder In not allowing he and his horde of and apart, and just reverso from the and sub-du- o conditions surrounding their coldness, Huns to completely over-ru- n all of tho world, under tho con- each thought that the other had made viction that It would be so much connection somehow, nnd had at least to be un- a quart In his room, hence the w.irm-nes- s better for the of feeling, one for tho other der the direction of his guiding hand counsel. Yet tho world and We showed Mut Hunter the entry did not, does not, neither will it ever view. If British n that old ledger, where tho customer adopt tho reign over Ireland had originally been paid 25 cents postage on n letter and REPUBLICAN TICKET. question would have been materially Mut said "great gun! Wouldn't it be legitimate the status of tho whole 'tough to have to do that now, and altered. Just because one happens (then we read tho nevt entry to Mut, For Governor to hate everything catholic, as it he ono which noted the sale of a pint EDWIN P. .MORROW. of whiskey to the same fellow at S seems to us. is no excuse for p rotes Governor Lieutenant wrong doing. Tho Intolerable ents, and then .Mut shut both o.u's for S. THRUSTON BALLARD, and frightful Turk has, by his ruth-- 1 r .spell, In dejected silence. And then Secretary of Stite fulness and coldblooded murder sent after a while ho threw both hands FRED A. VAUGIIT. thousands and thousands of christians 'over his handsome but distorted face Attorney General 'on their way to tho great beyond. and slowly ho began to mutter in a CHAS. I. BAWSON. And this free Britain, has, If we mi- wishful air, "Turn backward, tun Auditor Tub. Acct's stake not, on more than one occasion, j backward. Oh! time in your flight JOHN J. CRAIG. g 'saved this 'Let me live again where and whev Supt. Pub. Instruction empire from obliteration, only to see 'whiskey is S cents a pint." 'Twas plt- GEO. M. COLVIN. jher fighting Britain and all of her tlfiil to see the big fellow as he turnallies by the side of thc German and ed and said, "Tins things are not Appeals Clerk Court ' his cohorts. We think It purely self- -' what thpy used to be." To which we ROY B. SPECK. ' Ish interest that prompted Great assented. Commissioner of Agriculture c jBiltain'u aid to the Turk and likeW. C. II ANNA. LOST. wise with selfish ends that she re'Treasurer gains her rule of Ireland, where in JAMES WALLACE. One Cant Hook and Double Bit . fact there is considerable doubt as State Scuator Ax some where between Hartford to her moral right to do so. GEORGE BAKER. and Beaver Dam, on tho twelfth of Representative September. Return to 1ME SUPPER. G. STALSWORTH. ISAAC S. MASON. 12tlp ! J I any-receiI I Shor-lock-llk- o, over-power- ed all-wlI j chrlstlan-cxtermiuatlnI -i -- pCjrj?' nrr"--- ' Music's Re-Creation f In 1S77 Thomas A. Edison pre- sented tho world with a machlno It was the that Imitated music. origlnnl phonograph still imitated by other manufacturers. This small picture is from an taken In July, 1919. It shows Leoln Luccy, tho musical comedy star, making 'Tho Edison "Official TeRt" of ono of her recordings. Sho stood bcsldo the New Edison nnd began to sing her song. Suddenly sho Btoppcdnnd tho sang tho song alone. There wns no dlffcrenco hetweon her voice Tho rennd Its cording wns passed as an "Olllclal" Edison New-Ediso- n 15he W iHfc a "The Phonograph with a Soul" New Edison TION of music took him nearly 10 years. Experiments nlono on tho New Edison cost him tlirco million dollars. Yet tho models-o- f tho which you seo in ou rstoro are within reach of every New-Ediso- n RE-CRE- A What a tribute to Mr. Edison's genius that he should havo Invented tho first crude" machlno and then Inporfected the final triumphant To develop tho imitastrument. tion of music into the E. P. Barnes & Bro BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 27. that thc Cincinnati Reds have . cinched the National League Pennant, lets get busy and try to dope out tho ATTACK OX R'ANXUX.IO Now -- To be given by Goshen School, 12t2p Sep.-temb- er winner in the coming world's series 'twlvt the White Sox and the Reds. BRIXGS CRISIS NEAR according to advices from Rome. The Supremo Council of tho Peace Conference, under tho Jurisdiction of .which Flume stands has decided to Italy to deal with tho serious sit?'' The Democrats in their Ohio coun- uation that has arisen In that city, ty convention did not have a Hue deeming it a purely Internal matter. According to reports from Flume, on state issues, three lines they to Stanley. In their State Plat- 'American detachments which have form Convention, not a lino for tho been In Flume have gone on shlp-- 1 jard while British and French troops Stanley regime anil, practically notho have been confined to their barracks, ing on state hue's1, which their Idol, the Courier Journal strong- probably to forestall a clash with tho ly condemned" but wasted much ink d'Annunzio forces. Gen. Uadogllo, on National questions, or rather In- 'Deputy Chief of Staff of iho Italian ternational affairs. (Thc idea of a Army, has arrived at Flume and has , bunch of officers who have run the Jssued a proclamation to tho d'Annunstatu debt up to near $5,000,000 ask- zio soldiers lo return to their respecing for anotlicn four years on tive units, but there is nothing to Inthe number of sold Irs drafted and dicate his advices will ho followed. transported to Europe within a given ' Capt. d'Annunzio, according to a , , time.) President, Wilson canvassing Belgrado dispatch, has proclulmed a ,the whole country, .endeavoring to got union of Fiumo and Italy tho message' tho people endorse a document for 'adding that anarchy reigns lu tho city which ho takes unAMs given tho en- land that Allied flags huvo been torn tile ciedlt, falling to attract any es- down. pecial attention bi !the 'Senate ma Tdm'us&o' Tlttonl, Italian Foreign jorlty finally likens the opposition to Minister, nnd head of Italy's delegaBolshevists, ignorant fellows, who tion ut tho Peace' Conference, will haven't road or know nothing about leave for Rome tho treaty and league, he oven goes ko far as lo intake a personal attack CHINESE ARE NOW AT on Senator Lodge. It all reminds us PEACE WITH GERMANY of the story of a certain Doublo joint- Washington, Sept. 16 Tho Stato , ed Irishman. who, qn attending u pic- ! nic, a 6ort of ycarly'affalr, whero they Department has been officially advis, had u habit of staging, a given iium- -t ed that China has issued a mandate ber of fights at each bcssion but at declaring herself now at peace with this particular time tilings were rath- Germany. er quiet and tho picnickers yero ' ' 'tending to lines bf plea'suro and duties FARMERS! ATTENTION'! '' different to those db.slred by the loy son of Erin, who was armed with All farmers who deslro FEDERAL an imtneufju cudgel, dressed In a long, FARM LOANS in the future should swallow-taile- d coat and as he parad- inuko application to MCDOWELL A. on or before ed back and forth in a stooped posl- - FOGLE, tion letting the tall of said coat drag OCTOBER 1, when tho regular fall 12t2 the ground, he, finally enraged when appraisement will begin. in tho year 1817, which book was discovered In a building being torn down here, one .customer1 Is charged with cents and ono pint 'of whiskey at S 25 cents for postago on a letter. Gee! how things have changed slnco those good old duys. Yon may now buy the same stamp for 2 cents and the liquor can't be had at all. Paris, Sept. 1C Premier Frances In an old ledger kept by Isaac Mor- co Nittl, of Italy, faces a governmenton who was in business at this place tal crisis as a result of his denunciation of Capt. Gabriel d'Annunzio, who For Sale 160 acre farm, known as the Joe Everly farm. Price $10,000. It is in the best farming- community in Ohio County. For further particulars, see, - V last week entered Flume at tho head of a strong force of "irregular" troops who has since that time been receiv- CAL P. KEOWN, Hartford, Ky. ing Do You Cut ai-(l- Wheat With The Old Reap Hook? Wily? Too much loss In No. time and money. Bo you bundle milk the old fashion way? Yes, you do not know the labor saving, money making qualities of tho Do Laval Cream Separator. Don't be misled, but ask your neighbors. I am giving you a list of Do Laval Ask users in your neighborhood. them and then cull us for a demonstration. On account of the unusual demand for tho Do Laval machine wo are having troublo In getting them, but don't buy until you have tried a Do Laval. Lessen the work, be progressive like your neighbors, got a Do Laval. Some users: Geo. Schroader, Hartford. Henry Plrtlo, jlurtford, ICy. W. B. Campbell, Hartford. Ky. Mrs. Iglohart, Hartford, Ky. Will Ward. Hartford, Ky. Geo. A. Bnrnes, Iloavor Bain, Ky. Mitchel Render, Beaver Dam, Ky. Klvls Render, Beavor Dam, Ky. A. S. Chinn, Beaver Dam, Ky. Jas. Caldwell, Beaver Dam, Ky. Emanuel Ward, Beavor Dam, Ky. W. B. Phelps, Beaver Dam, Ky. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. W. M. Ilaynos, Beaver Dam, Ky. Denham Leach, Beaver Dam, Ky. W. II. Shacklett, Centertowh, Ky R. . Barnard, Beavor Dam. R. 3. e so The Supremacy of Our Blouse Values is Splendidly Ap parent in the NEW a u do-vot- ed old-tlm- wmm&r Sdkjjhuses" Never before have we been able 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, correct fitting lines, they are the kind of blouses for which you would expect to pay and ordmarially would have to pay a far higher price. CHOICE WHILE THEY LAST I $5.00 ve y. These matchless Wirthmor values are possible only because of our close intimate, friendly relation with the many hundreds of Worthmor Stores in othwith America's largest and most efer cities working in complete ficient blouse manufacturers. From this economical method our saving, and in turn, your savingsresult. Quantity is Limited and No More of Same Styles Will be Obtainable. ' Bec-Tr$- as J. p. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam,' Kyi CUMU. CARSON & Kentucky. COMPANY Hartford. PHONE. 4 Mr. J, W. Ford made a business trip to Owcnsboro, yesterday. Tudge W. II Ha lies went to -- Louis-vl'l- e, f Wednesday, ..' returning H H Ready to Wear! --- I The most complete ready to wear department in Ohio county is found in our store. We are showing all the newest fall novelties in Coats, Skirts, Waists, Coat Suits, Wool and Silk Dresses, etc. Attorney E. M. Woodward of I.ouIfvIIIo, is hero thlc week, atlcnJ-In- f, Sco Williams & J)uko before you Court. buy that Cook Stovo or Ilange. They 12t3 hnvo some bargains. Toog Hlchards, the "bull-pun- t hor from Hullfrog Hollow," was In town Mrs. Klspin Thurhor, of Eureka, yesterday. Intl., visited nt tho homo of Ucv. W. II. Foreman this week. A brass band will make music for big picnic at tho Fair Mr. and Mm. II. n. Martin, of tho Monday, to visit Grounds, September 20th. Cromwell, ran down their son, Otto C. Martin and family. Marshal, tho infant son of Prof. Have you cxalulncd that four PQint, and Mrs. J. F. Hruner fell from a heavy hog, Ilarb WIro that WIL- porch, Into Monday afternoon, nnd LIAMS & DUKE wore able to pick up dislocated an elbow joint. nil-da- y Wo pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. K. ELLIS & UltO. I Auction Sale Tuesday, Sept. 30,1919 Promptly at 9 o'clock I will sell the 100 acre farm of Henry M. Pirtle, 4 miles North East of Hartford, sale on the Farmu Improvements consist of one house ; 1 barn 30x50 ft; well fenced and watered; 30 acres bottom land, 15 acres timber. Balance in cultivation. Terms cash, balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, interest at 6 'per cent. Lien retained on land to secure same. At the same time and place will sell lot of Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Horses and Mules, Farming Implements, Tractor,House-hol- d and Kitchen Furniture. one-four- th nt u bargain? 17.3 Why leave home and pay out more money, when you can buy right at your own door the same styles and materials at a far less price, which means a saving to you and a help to your home merchant. Vffl liRSHM if Mr. V. S. Cnrsi""! and family havo Guy Hanney, who has been in Cedar returned to tjielr home here, after Itnplds, Iown, for several months, has having spent tho summer on their returned to his home, to remain a farm, a few miles from towri. mouth or two. MNs Lena Moseley, who has been Miss Octavla Harnett left Monday visiting tne family of Mr. rnd Mrs. O for Louisvillo to ntlcnd tho Hryant A. Ralph for soveral days will leturn and Stratton Iluslness College. to her homo in Moiehousc, Mo., toGrayson County News. day. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Our rush orders are proving that the trade appreciates our efforts to please them. Every week adds the new things' to the department. Call and see them. We assure that your time will be pleasantly and profitably spent. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with your home merchant Our opening was a decided success. Mr. Marvin Parks nnd family, formMr. J. L Itan.ctt nnd sister, Miss erly of tho Hedn community, nro now Mary, of Louisville, and,Mr. and Mrs residents of Hartford, having moved R. M. Thornsbcrry, of Owcnsboro, nro hoio n fow days ago. to be guest: of Mr. nnd Mrs A. M Harnett nnd fumll, Sunday. Mrs. V. II. Tnylor returned Sunstay at Dawson day from a ten-da1'OK SALE Fine lot of secondSprings and a fow days visit with hand lumber, doors, windows and relatives at Heaver Dam. brick. A lot of good stuff at money saving prices. Also kindling. At Mrs. B. l CaBeblor and son, J. C, tho Nail old storehouse, at Hartford. havo returned from Louisville, whoro 1212 A. M. BARNETT. they have been visiting friends and FOR SALE 120 acres of land 2 T. .nlles from College. On the graded II. Messrs. Rowan Holbrook, Moseloy farn . Holbiook and W. II. Parks made u road. Known as'the Howling Green last Prlco $50.00 per aero on easy term" business trip to CAL. P. KEOWN, See week, returning Saturday. Hartford, Ky. lltf Mrs. Matilda E. Tinslcy will return pressI hnvc oppned an homo today, nfter spending a week with relatives in tho Washington nnd ing club over Minton's restaurant. I hnvo an experienced workman and I Alexandria neighborhoods. guarantee to do your cleaning, pressing and repairing to yoi;r entire satJudge John T. Jackson, of wns in Hartford on business isfaction. C. T. FELIX. Monday. Judge- Jackson is president 12t2 of the Hopkinsville Coffee Co. FOR SALE 100 acres of coal Mrs. S T. Hunter went to Mntan-za- s, lights, 2V6 miles west of Prentiss, Monday for a visit of several on Rockport and Cromwell road. Will weeks, with hor daughter, Mrs. Ert trado for fully equipped Ford Car. Must have starting system. Fulkerhon and Mr. Fulkerson. DR. II. B. INNES, Pleasureville, Ky. Hnvo you called us for your favor- 8t5p ite spico Flavorlrg or Extract? 'If we uvcr houid of it wo carry it in stock Tho Story House ami Good Lot For ' WILLIAMS & DUKE. 12t3 Snli" 2 doors from Hotel, In Cromwell. Contains a good well, garden, Wo collect, clean, repair, press and fruit trees, btnblo and other outAddress dellvor clothes on the samo date. Glvo buildings 's YV. S. GILSTRAP, us a trial, Pressing Club over COO Boliver St., Owensbor.. restaurant. lltf C. T. FELIX. 12ti HAYXI-iCARTER. . Mrs. Ned Turley and small son, Announcements havo been receivalter spending the summer here with Mrs. Turloy's parents, Rev. .and Mrs. ed here of the marriage of Miss BeaA. J. Williams, left for their homo trice Arleno Hayuea, to Mr. Elmer A Carter, in. Owensboro, on the 17th, in Chicago, Sunday. ( lubt. jyiiss Hnyues is the dnughter of For a wheat drill of quality, one Mrs. Robert E- - Haynes, who formerlj that will do your work to your resided here, where the bride num-bosatisfaction, get a Moline. ACTON DUOS. her friends by her acquaintances. The groom, Mr. Carter is a popuHartford, Ky. Ilt3 lar young man, of Huntsvllle, Ala., Mrs. S. F. Ferguson, of Indianapo- where he is engaged in the automo-bll- o business. lis, who is visiting friends and relam tives In Beaver Dam and other points in the county, was the guest of frien Is IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED TRY, THY AGAIN in Hartford, this week. to Hop-UinsvllMln-tonen-ti- ro rs For information, call or write, C. A. PAYNE, JR. - Auctioneer attending tho State Fair. OWENSBORO, KY. Both Phones. ZxMb&Cto The Hartford ntm.vv. 11 "m'Jri 't rnTwamar9i I ''V Is V rG'ffQt JL. Republican I llov' D" Et,Bar Allon. of Bcavor Dam, was In Ilnrtford, Wednesday. For boft drinks that nru thirst quenching go to CASEDIEK .SKI'TEMllEU lt k TAYLOU. g. Our Saturday Leader l."c ran of Cocoa 30c cim of Cocoa 10c U5c Hon. L. L. Embry, of Uaizetown, was horo Monday to atteud tho speak-inMr. and Mrs. L. C. Acton and chilgue.sts of reldren were tho week-en- d The above cut represents one of the very best common sense wagons to be found anywhere for the money, or at any price for the matter of that. Buy an OWENSBORO, the best wagon on wheels, one made near your home, and sold by home people. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Dealers atives in Dundee. . WILLIAMS & DUKE HAltTFOltU, KY. Mr. Veachel Wosterflcld has sold his lcsideuco property, on Union St., to Mr. John Kiloy. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Itntnl, of near tdwn, aro tho proud parents of a baby , girl, born Saturday. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS n W. E. ELLIS & URO. Cane Mills, Rocker Furnaces. Mr. Tom Hnrrison 10t4 Dundee, lnbt of Select, was in week-en- d. was tin guest For ncid phosphate fortlllzer, go to of his brothor, Alex Hnrrison, of near Squire Winson Smith, was in town, Monday. Mr. J. P. Loyd and wife, of Davidson Stn... wcro guests of Rov. and Mrs. W. 11. Foreman, this week. Evaporator Pans Magnolia, i . t Mr. Gllmore Keown loft .Monday for Lexington, where ho entered the Unl- Messrs. S. T. Burnett and V. C. El glu loft here Monday, for MontgomRov. R. L. Brandenburg, of Fords- - versity of Kentucky as u student. ery, Ala., where Mr. Elgin goes to villo, was In town Wednesday. Miss Sunio May went to Mndlson- - purchase a farm nnd Mr. Harnett on Squiro Hon Rico, of Fordsvllle, was lllo, Saturday, to nurse hor brothor, u prospecting expedition Mr. A. B. May, who has typhoid. hero Monday, attending court. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McKinney and V Forest P. Bell, of near llufuril, little son and Mr. McKluncy's mother, Dr. Willard Lako, of Simmons, was wont to Lexington last Friday, where Mrs. Laura McKinney, of Boouvillo, here on a business mission Monday. he will enter K. S. U., as a student. Intl., pro visiting Mr. and Mis. Joe Bennett, of Hartford, Route C. Squiro W. S. Doan, of Dundoo, was Always watch and wait for (lint In Hartford, Monday, atteudlng Court. Saturday leader at WILLIAMS & Mrs. W. J. Pur&loy, after spending C. A. Payne, Jr., of Owcnsboro, DUKE'S, it is always a bargain. 12tS soveral days visiting her father, Mr. 10. P. Thomas, and her sister, Mrs. E. was in Hartford on business, Monduy. of. G. Schroeter and Mr. Schroeter, reMr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker, Mr. Tnlraage Davis, of Owcnsboro, Shrove, were guests of Rov. and Mrs, turned to hor homo in Cadiz, Monday. Is visiting friends ami relatives hero. Russell Walker a fov days last weok, Ladles aro especially invited to Examine that Barb Who that WIL- patronlzo our pressing club. We do Wo hnva, rye and timothy soed In LIAMS & DUKE hjndles. It is the overy sort of work usually dono in u abundance. kind that stopped tho Huns In Frauce first class establishment of this charW. H. ECLIS & BRO. acter. Try us and bo convinced. Mr. and Mr. R. K. Duke spont Sat- IStS C T. FELIX. , Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blonkonshlp attended tho Fair at Morgantown, Sat- urday and Sunday- - with Mrs. Duko's paronts, Mr. und Mrs. H. W. Stowart, Miss Mariam Likens, daughter of urday. of Select. Hon. G. B. Likens, of Washington, I). C, who has beeu tho guest of lola-tivMrs. Jesse Hoover and little chilMrs.. Nettle M. Held, of Rockport, hero for some time, Is visiting dren aro visiting relatives and friends was the guott of Mr. and Mis. It. II. hpr aunt, Mrs. O. M. Shultz and Rev. in Mndlsonvillo. Glllesplo and family, nt tliht pluco, Sbultz, ofOwensboro. , has been with tho this week. v. Cecil Felix,-wh- o Wo have, a limited amount of Paint Southern Railway do., In Virginia, is I'of Sale One farm of OVa acres, loft, jit tho old prlco, so if you have homo on a visit. nour Rob Roy school house, For In- waited until fall to do thatfpalntlng ' fomo in and see us. Wo cqi save ham, eggs, and coffee, whllo formation write to, For J. H. KM11IIY, you somo raonev. attending court, go to CASEBIER A a '" 8tf 3. 'BeaverDam, WILLIAMS & DUKE. l'iii TAYLOR S place. J es , It.-N- Z. Hurrell, of Rockport, town on business, Monday. Park Taylor, who has a position with tho I. C. Railroad Company in Chicago, nrrived homo Tuesday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Hudson and Mr. Hudson. Frank Smith, whoso real name Is said to bo Wiley Frizzelle, one of the two boys who tried to make tholr cscupo about two weeks ago while being worked on a flno assessed in County Court, mention of which has heretofore been made in this paper, believes very strongly in tho old sav ing "If at first you don't succees try try aguin. Frizzollo, or Smith or whatever it may bo, was, with four others being worked on tho road between this place and McIIenry, in cloarlng tho right of way &c, yesterday and watching his chnijces "fiT't the try again into execution by making a mnd leap for freedom. Ho got a prottv good start on the guard and having tho advantage of the briers and thickets Into which .ho at once plunged, was almost safe from the start. Ho Is still in tho arms of freedom and It is not likely that ho will be appro-heudas bis tinio hnd almost expired and he would have been a free man within avery few days. od Strictly High Grade and Guaranteed. Write us for prices. Owensboro and John Deere s Wagons Built'for service. Fully guananteed. Write us for prices delivered to your railroad station. Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKK WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. COUNTY SCHOOL AGENT IS IIUSY. Miss Davis, Ohio County School Agent, reports that sho visited mrro than fifty pepplo in interest of attendance at tho day schools, last week. This, yqar of all years, Is to mark the enforcement of tho law with referenco to sending children (o school. Parents must send their boys and girls to school, or else lay themselves IK' bio to the law. Names are being repotted each day by the teachers und tho school law Is going, to be enfor-e- tl ir mo ountpeiu'ojn ueri auy assistance, to the teachers, it is hor reqiio&t, that she bo' called upon She Is hero to help rid Ohio County of illiteracy and thereby mako of it, yet a hotter place. mm if ASSESSMENT NOTICE. To the taxpayers of Ceralvo and I, or ono of my SunUlhous Precincts. deputies will be at Ceralvo, Friday and Saturday, September 12 and 13, aud at Equality Monday and Tuesday the 15 and 16 for tho purpose of assessing all taxpayers within aai.l precincts. D. E. WARD, Tax Comr. Ohio County. . Will pay $11 Qinaeng, flo and dry, cepted. BhlprnoBt r 5r X. .C flilOi i$rt- k . xo A.J 2 pelts 00c I Hides 30e. r Itosiuo, KXf 8: i' (t8 ' - ; hkno our a ship. Once there was a llttlo boy wlio used to say to his cnsler parent, "Father, buy mo n bicycle." "Yes, my son, when my ship comes In," would reply the father, who was of ;i poetic disposition. It's no use waiting for your ship ltd come in unless you have sent ono out. ' Hiul his father pent out a ship? How coulil It bring back riches unless It had gone out with a cargo which would somehow breed riches. SEND OUT A SHIP. I If you ennnot send out n big ship, send out :i little one. Send out a ship with a War Savings Stamp sail. It will sally forth with a cargo of $4.20 somo September morn, and five years hence will heave Into port heavily laden with a goodly five dollars. DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUHT. K. W. Slack, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney Judge Ch'm'n. Hoard 11. I I ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarAlustcr Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee .lury Fund Cal P. Koown, W. T. McKcnney. W. King. Clerk 1'ollco Judge J. W. Cooper. iu:avi:u dam. Marshal It. P. Slovens. list Hartford. 77 JJ Ujj "V - CameUaresoldevery' wherein scientifically sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ien pack' ages (SOO cigarettes) in a glassine'papeT' covered carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel! R. J. RtjnoldiTobiccoCo. Winiton-Stlt- N. C. 18c a package v Nt v vV 4$y'&-y$-!- "W1'? 'y:&-ffi"yM- l are the most refreshing, satisfying cigarette you Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch, and know then buy some Camels, give them every taste-tes- t for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth-bod- y and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a class by themselves! Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the and smooth, refreshing remarkable flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation! Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! Comoare Camels with anv cigarette You'll in the wor'd at any price! prefer Camel quality to premiums, coupons or gifts! ' CAMELS KIM.S It ATS. gk t'V'l Hi the old and mlco that's reliable rodent destroyer. Comes In cakes no mixing with other food. Your money back If It falls. 25c size (1 enke) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or (' llnr. 50c size (2 Chkes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all storage and farm buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and guaranteed by J- - r Case-bie- r, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams &. Duke and Walker JI rtlc. HAT-SNAP, s, M-:- I.lHKltTY MOTOR. Completion of a new Liberty motor (upable of developing over C70 horsepower is announced by tho war department. The motor weighs about 1,325 pounds, or 1.9 pounds per horse power, and Is said to compare favorably with foreign motors of tho samo power. It Is expected to bo of special value in military aviation. mp IIIGAMV (JHOW1XO. vantage in eczema aud skin eruptions nf wlmtnvnr character. Made Investigation shows that bigamy In of West by J. C. Mendenhall, Evansville, Ind. Mrs. Edgar Vaughn, Sold by Ohio England has increased 400 per cent 111., is the guest of her 40 ycras a druggist. Frankfort, during the war. Religious and other County Drug Company. mother, Mrs. Minerva Taylor, agencies are combating it and a camtS son, Oscar Wright evens and paign to eliminate it altogether is now .lnt What She Needed. Mesdames Ella Stevens, Lee Stev"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's in full swing. Mormonism is also ens and son, and Oscar Wright left Tablets some time ago and they prov pointed to as a growing evil in tho .Jor Louisville, the first of the week, ed to be Just what 1 needed," writes empire. The London where they will be the guests of relaVolta Bankson, Chllllrothe, Mo. ciety is striving to repress it and the tives. "They not only relieved me of hull- - govornment is bei.ig urged to lend Miss Taslo Sowders has returned toned up my liver and rid its aid in stamping it out of the roun-m- e home alter an extended visit with rel- gestion but d of backache and dizziness that I try. In one small district 400 In Hvansvillc, Llvormore and atives been subject to for some time, sons, chiefly women, Havo been Oweiihboro. did me a world of good and I Verted to the faith and sent to Utah. Mr, Guy Taylor, who has had emI Swellings of the flesh caused by Inflammation, cold, fractures of tho bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can be relieved by Applying Ilallard's Snow Liniment. It should lie well rubbed in over tho part Its great healing and penetrating power eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions. Price 25c, fiOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. in Monday In March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. lat Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. OlTlClAli HCHOOIj CAIiKNDAIU 1st Monday In July 12 days County Hoard of IMunitlon. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday In September Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday in November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvlllev Dlv. No. Com'th. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUHT. Ky. Meets first Monday In each month. Dir. No 4 Itobert Coff, Iloslno, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BearClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. Shcrirr S. A. Drntchcr. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jnllcr Worth Tichenor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; let Monday In April; lit Surveyor C. S. Mo'xley. Monday In Juno; let Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday In October; Monday In December. FISOAIj COURT. County Hoard of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fu- r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common schooV Route 3. Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Dear- diploma examination. Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. er Dam. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school J?rd District Q. n, Brown, Slmmoni. Heaver Dam and Fordsvllle. G. W. Rowo, Center-tow1th District Mny 16 and 17 County teachers' 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . examination. (White) Hartford. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' tlth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 11. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. 7th District June, 20 and 21 County and Stats 8th District H. C. Rhondes. Hart teachers' examination (whlto) Ford, ford, Routo S. vlllo. Juno, 27 and 2S County ono HARTFORD. stato tcachors' examination (colored ) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. July, Ohio County Institute Pollco Judge C. M. Crowo. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sopt., 19 nnd 20 County nna ROCKPOHT. Stato toachors' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2C and 27 County and Stato Pollco Judge John T. Jnckson. enchers examination (colored) Marshal Will Langford POItDSVIIiliK. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jonei. Clork Olla Cobb. I'ollco Judge C. P. KcssliiRer. Marshal Orant Pollard. 20. lt n. 7-- w Mothers use WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A j Tntl-Morm- so-M- per-ha- con-Th- ey Oh.ild.ren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R i A mm v ! freyS Treatment rviHriHN.iiiBr s tor WEAK. 01 ti LUNGS Chamberlain's Colic and Riurilinci CHILDREN. Remedy in Michigan. 4 i Mrs. A. H. Hall, Casoville, Mich.. LANDED ESTATES PASSING. Cleburne, Johnson Co., Texas, Auk jsays, "I wish to thank you for your good medicine, Chamberlain's ! 30. 1911. Dr. J. C. Mendenhall. V. result-'ranf 11,.1100 -- . Mm liliMi taxes.,,.......-- .. . ... ... ... . . lug from war, many of the old landed Colic and Diarriioea uemeuy. we are ansvme, jiui. "i nave irseu your estates are being broken up and sold never without Tt In the house, and Mendenhall s Chill ti. Kever Tonic ami to become real producing farms. Their I am sure it saved our baby's life this .find It the best remedy on er.ith chills and fever and teething chll- erstwhile owners are settling them. . . , Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseviiie, lien, it win no all you claim for It selves to live more simply and less while the children of Mich., says, "I have us'ert Chamber- aud more. You may print this If 'expensively ing Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for w!sn. Mrs. M. I'. Wrnver GiK'ran-ecr- t men, heretofore more- or less those better than am c thcr. Sole' by prepur- - yearn and it lias always given prompt .. i, i, i,Dn idle, parasitic individuals, are m Ohio County Drug Co. to take inolr Places In industrial , relief. in Kansas for some time, has returned ' .. land business lire and work for livell- to his homo here. SS5 Mosdames. Robert Plummer and;"0011, Robertson and children, of Cen- When you have an nchoy, stretchy wun tertown, spent the weelc-eni. J '71 'feeling and you are dull, tired and' .w J 11 miwv" Q . ,.. nllPnll. ... .Mrs. i.eo urown. . lf . " -- -i'i-- 11 t " iiunLUUiabvu lag malaria or chills. You should , your child is palo and sickly, lact quickly to ward off an attack, j lf KVt Contents ISPluid Prachmj picks at tho nose, starts In the sleep iHorbno otfers yim tho lieIl, you ueotl and grinds tho teeth whllo sleeping, it ilostrnvs tint malarial germ, drives, liM.tl . . .... ., , it Is a suro sign of worms A rome- - UUl till Ulll'liUUUS llllll ,.,i,,. J"" fn,,i .i,,.... .,,i lliunui ,. For Infants and Children. ' dy for these parasites will bo found in br h vgoroUH ail(l ci,e0rliil. l'r:Ice t White Cream Vermifuge. I no co centg sm y QMq County Drug only clears out tho worms, but It Company. m 'rehtores health and choorfulncss. , Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio PARCEL POST WITH SPAIN in County Drug Company. i Under a new treaty with tho Fpun-- , RAILROADS DESTROYED IN WAR. Ibh government arrangements lor n f 'system of parcel post service between Tho Germans destroyed about 3,- - Spain and tho United States have llntjthcblomaamajiowvo H00 miles of single track railroads Ir been concluded. Eleven pounds is Trance, according to a report of the ,h(3 woIgat jmjt 0f tho packages and ineso iaytho rat0 Js y ct.ts pound or Thereby ,Vomoiin$DKUon inlnlbter of pulillc worKs. hi the Sonum, PIcardy and t(oll t,ereo(, nor neither Oplum.Morphlnc Flandnra districts and Included 1,- -j MinernLNoTNAHCOTic 11ml Saved S00 miles of narrow gage and local "r Spent 81 on jiHiptlFoidDtsLanmR track, 1,G00 bridges, culverts, etc, the Price of a Hop;." and about a dozen tunnels. James McGuIro, famous Hog RaisjUxSrint fitxiilUSJlt er of Now Jersey says, "I advlso ovory INDIANA FARMER farmer troubled with rats to uso VHOM1NENT CURED OF RHEUMATISM IIY Tried everything to got !iSS'r ll'urnS-- J TAKING NUMMKR 10 FOR i.Skfl of rats. Spent $1 on rid iC THE BLOOD. Fluured tho rats It killed, savod tho hit..."t! AhclpfutRcrnedyfor w 'price of a hog." P comes Nowbiirg, Indiana, April 17, 1919. ,n c.(ko form Constipation and Dlarroe' M.V6W No nlixng wlth other Sfgi: "1 suffered with rheumatism for fo0(1 Cats or AoKa W0ll.t toucu it. LossoFbtEEP t(,C5 boVcral years and tried numerous Threo B,zefl( jCc, 50c and 1.00. rcsultinithmfrominMaBtyTemedles with llttlo or no benefit. Sold nnd guaranteed by J. P. 40 For Tho Blood was recom- - ,))ori Acton 1ro,j( Taylor's Drug mended to mo and I havo used In all stor0t willluma & Duke, and Walker rieStfC I'UCSC f.lx bottles and am entirely cured, and Myrtli. symptoms or tno disease have had no J!5ccr -"lynew for over two yeurs." Frank Stacer. encourages rapid elimNumber 40 ination of morbid and unhealthy ( products used In tho treatment of For Infants and Children chronic onlurgeinoiits of glands, In In Use For Over Years goitre, nodes, tumors, chronic en- - Always bears o iHicianunwiipoii Exact Copy of Wrapper. ' & .. r ,ki ifnUnn ami lliror Vn 1 m I d. ployment. Jn Detroit, Mich,, has homo. r Mr. and Mrs. Logan Stevens and children will leave for Oklahoma, the last of the week, where they will inakf their future home. Messrs. Raymond Chick and Edwin Buck, ft ho have been in Akron, for some time, have returiWsa-Tiom- e Mrs. Sigsbeo McKinney, of Stono, Ky , who has been spending the sum jner with her mother, Mrs Robert Itiflruim lmK rptnnipil linme will always speak thorn." n good, word for .. .MOTHER SAVS REST MKIHCINK O.V EARTH KOK CHILLS AND FEVER AND TKKTHING Venmficte iur me uuiurei A Safe, CONSUMPTION' ftellni A quick trlit I for that lire J, cousht, paloi In chfU. nliht vcaU. heroor ibices, wrak lunc of rpniumplloa. II II doet-blp you il catU ypu aalMol. e Lock nox eic OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMKU FOR ONE MONTH al .. ' Remedy for Worms flefftitj.flfe cnnUnu. tine li IhA trot testimonial rilEX'S VEKMIKUOEcau oiler you. Keep a b ttle lwaj nn hand. It nlll luli krrp IIh UtU one liappj and hralthr. no. a bottlo at your druir-Clat- 'i or general (Uira 1 or II your ilMter can't upp!j r"U end bin name and He, til aUmix and wo'H kuJ jtu a botlU promptlx. cm ?rr' Jrll n i ... i ... ti, I E. & S. I FREY MO. DAUTIMORE Succeed when everything else fails. In nsrvoun prostratiorA and female .venknesse they nre the tupnine remedy, at thousands have testified. elric itters J' V 1 . ( - ,,, ,S2SK JMCOHOL-ai'UHOENT. it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. FBOM CnERRY-BLOSSOM FOR KIDNY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE CASTORIA Genuine Castoria LAND The Japanese Give Good Example is a proverb of Cherry Iilossom Land !! It Every Woman Wauta ASTORIA Mothers Know That Always Bears the 1 ff v face and that beauty ol fig- ure dopcyul on womanly health. What is that makes our American women often pnlo, sallow-face- d, it Signature of M Use with dark circles under tho eyes, and very old at wlirn they should be in their prime? Women puffer in girlhood often forty-five FOR PERSONA!. HYGIENE Unsolved In water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten yrars. A healing wonder for n&'M catarrh, soro throut and sore eyes Economical. H 3aloFri. JOc. a'J Avseiitt. .ma. IUK.iUki ToUrtO.np.nr. viluoctljiaiy rlcaming and S'lrnkkU' power. or roxrull by Doluo. Mm. J Rat-Sna- p' iSj USE LIV-VE- R LAX ( RAT-SNA- P. Wi !ics' In RAT-SNA- P. and headaches, followed nchc, spine-ach- o by irregularities and as a result diseases of the womanly organs are more common than uny one but a physician in nctivo nractico could suppose. frnm hnrlf- - For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Feci right all tho time. Don't lay 08 from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lie- - Vsr-La- x keeps yo on your feet, whilo rclievingyour troujb o. Safer too, and easy to take. Doth tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleansca system nnd relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo loner before Lio- - VeLax win completely displaco calomel in evert home.( Children can tako it freely unj with perfect safety. Every bottlo 50c and Si in bottles. Nona genuino without the likeness and signs. I tiir of I K. Olirphv. Vnr silo by jruar-antcc- oE ; RAT-SNA- - Case-Numb- er For Over After long exjicrienco in tho treatment of women's diseases. Dr. l'ierco evolved a Ycgctablo tonio and correct ivo which ho called Dr. Pierco'a Favorite Prescription. This is a purely vegetable preparation, without a particlo of alcohol coutaincu in it. Thirty Years When a woman complains of backache, dizziness or pain when everything looks lilack before her eyes a dragging feeling, with nervousness, sho or bearing-down, 1- W - CASTO RrA 30 CASTOR! .... should turn to this "temperance" herbal tonic. It can bo obtained in almost every drug storo in tho land and tho ingredients nro printed in plain English on tho wrapjicr. Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr, Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel, llullulo, N. Y., will scud a trial sizo of thu tablets for ten cents. , weak, slow, or dulIfowls will; dioop-Iii- r 95000 TO OXK FAMILY. tails, rough plumage, or crow-shnpheads; all scrubs except those Five thousand dollars to ono family Pliminim. Monument To which hnvo laying points; all hens U tho record mndo by Julius T. Yngor, nature which molt early; nnd all males ex- County Prosldont of tho War Savings Exercises of nn unusual woro held nt n recent picnic of tho cept thoso strong, vigorous, and of a Socloty for Oldham County, Ky. Cascndn County, Mont., farm buroau. pure typo desired for breeding. Tho purchasers nro Mrs Mary Pry-o- r It was tho dedication of n monument Taylor, P. D. Taylor, It. IJ. Taylor, Hobort Vaughn, to commemorate Kwil Treatment Slops Smut. Tteuheii T. Taylor and Lucy P. Taylo; who, In 1808, plowed tho first furA survey to check up tho rosults of They each bought a $1000 certlflcat-- i con- f.n the last day of August. row in tho county. The monument, tho campaign The prlu and ducted last spring In Colorado show- then was f 838. 00, hut today the prlco which is made of cobblo-Btonc- s is about 0 feet high, contains a brass ed that whero such treatment was !s $840.00 each, nnd on January ., plato Inscribed: "Tho first plowing In practiced thcri vas vr llttlo smut, 3 9 2 1 they will be worth exactly $!, Cascade County was dono by Itobort but whero tho seed had not been '(00 each. Vaughn In 18G8, In whose momory treated as high as 25 per ':ont infecMr. Yager is assistant Cashier of this monument was erected In 1919 tion was recorded. Tin survoy was tho Oldham Unnk and Trust Co., and by the fnrm bureau." mailo In several counties whero a to- ho says his country will more than tal of 6,700 ncrcs of wliea"., oats, bar-lo- lake its aucta In the September can- and ryo woro examined. Wool Hull's In Nebraska. jalrn. Ton cooperative wool snlcs havo In tho improvement of beef cattlo been held by tho farm bureaus of 20 Ilerbino is tho medicine that cures Nebraska counties, where all tho wool caro has been tnken to develop to tho biliousness, malaria and constipation. has been pooled. Tho county agents greatest extent those portions of tho Tho first doso makes you feel bettor, havo assisted in organizing plans nnd body from which are secured tho a few additional dosc3 euro completed These ly. Prlco 60 cents. Sold by Ohio cuts of beef. In getting buyers to placo their bids. In tho 10 Hales a total of 198,305 points should bo kept In mind when County Drug Co. m jinunds of wool was sold. Tho lowest selecting breeding animals. prlco received was 35 cents a pound, Mniuo Supplies ltouglit nt Hating tlm highest price 56 4 cents, with nn average for tho entire amount of 4SV6 Homo burenu women In Otsego FOR FLETCHER'S County N. Y., decided It would bo to cents. , V f their advantage to buy can rubbers AccordingHost rooms in towns for farm nnd dyes A SIGN AT GETTYSRURG. women nro becoming more and more ly 1,752 dozen of can rubbers havo An old soldier relates that during common. Last year In tho 15 South- been' purchased nt a saving of $87.60 ern States 137 new ouos woro estab- and 208 packages of dyes at a saving the thickest of tho battle of Gettysburg ho saw this sign posted on a lished through the efforts of the home of $6.24. tree: "No shooting on these premises demonstration agents. E. W. Wool Stocks In U. S. Are Largest under penalty of the law." Kti-- r Iteportcil. Howe's Monthly. Kiironrngi' Lnjlng Hens To Take Exorcise Freely. Manufacturers nnd dealers held During tho spring season fowls hav- liinro wool on Juno 30, 1919, than nt TUT TUT! ing free range get abundant exorcise. any time sinco quarterly wool-stoc- k Close confinement without cxorclso roports have been issued by the hasty, friend," I cried, of Markets, United States De- 'Oh! bo not is not conducive to tho best results, "Think twice o're all you utter." although tho feed provided may bo partment of Agriculture. Tho report bound tnTdo so," ho replied, tho best, for Idle hens soon grow too shows a totnl of 674,000.000 pounds, ."I'm "Because I fat to lay. It Is almost Impossible to greaso equivalent, on hand June 30. Cartoons Magazine. glvo laying hens which aro confined Compared with stocks on March 31 o too much exorcise. The fowls may of this year dealers on Juno 30 held pounds moru grease "The savage lives within his income. lio encouraged to cxorclso in various 170,000,000 ways, such ns feeding corn on tho wool, 15,000,000 pounds more scour- Are you doing any better? Uuy war 'Savings Stamps. cob, suspending cabbage heads, beets, ed wool, and 4.000,000 pounds more m mauufac-turf.r- s On Juno 30 etc., so that tho birds hnvo to Jump pulled wool I Put a small pan of water In the held 75,000,000 pounds more them, and scattering grain In tho for potatoes and they will oven litter. The litter should be from 4 greaso wool, 3", 000, 000 pounds inoro 'bake with tho much quicker. to 8 inches deep, nnd may cousibt of scoured wool, and 5,000,000 more I Mraw (either cut or whole), hay, pounds of pulled wool than on March During the last year nearly 1,000,-00- 0 bulls, shredded 31. leaves, buckwheat acres of woods in England were any convenient mastocks on Juno 30, 1919 In Total corn fodder, or terial of this nnturo. Tho hens should pounds by class, were: Crease woo!. felled for war expenses. ed smut-cradlctiy, high-priceI Limestone Increases Wlicnt. For two years tho county agent In R Jefferson county, Intl., linn boon on demonstrations to show tho nluo of Krounil llmestono on acid this i;olln In ono (Icinonatrntlon liushels of year nn nverngo of 25 whent, woro produced to tho ncro. Neighbors who lielpcd thrash tills vhcat, nml who luivo lnnd that Is Just as Rood, except that thoy did not mako nppllcntloiiH of ground limestone, ohtnlned only in bushels to the acre. This yield Is hardly nn exception, reports tho ngont, for. similar results woro obtained bjp other farmers In tho section who used car-rylii- should bo romoved whenovor It comes damp or soiled. kept hungry enough soy that thoy ty li conccivnblo,. If for no other reawill work diligently all day for tlm Catarrhal Deafness Uitinot Dc Cured son than tho real meaning of tho orignn tlicy cannot rcacli grain scattered In this litter which by local application!, o( tli enr There It inal word ns translated and pieced Hie dlatatxl portion bo be- Tho nnmo of Freemason for a socio Tho nvcrngo farm Implement Is only nbout half worn out by iiso alono. Tho rest of tho wear Is dun to rust o and decay. Mako tho greatest profit out of machinery by using It continuously for profltaMo work until It Is worn out. ssl-bl- Cull out and proparo for market nil fowls, old or young, whlca ftppear only one way to cur catarrhal dcafnrtt, nnd that I by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal ivafnet In cnuscd by nn In named condition of tho mucoua lining; of tlm HtlMnchlnn Tube When thli tube II Inflamed you havo a rumMIng sound or lm perfect henrlnc, nnd when It Is entirely cloned. Deafness la the remit. Unleaa the Inilammatlon can bo r duccd nnd thla tubo restored to Its norm!! condition, nearlnf will bo destroyed forever Many cases of deafneea nro caused by catirrh, which la nn Inflamed condition of the mucoua sur faces Hall's Catarrh Medicine nets thru the blood on the mucoua surfaces of the system . We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for nny case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catirrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists. 75c. F. J. CHUNKY ft CO, Toledo, O. Children Cry CASTO R I5u-re- J I together by thoso who nro vorsed In the many languages. Wo quote from the Mnsonlc Journal, Capo Town, South Afrlcn, tho following, which we aro suro will bo of some Interest to our roadors: "A great deal of speculation, based upon nctual resenrch, hns been mado with regard to Prcomnsonry. If it Is a word taken from rcmoto antiquity. Egypt will have to afford somo cluo; if merely modem, it may bo that a strango coincidence has occurred In vocal sounds. Tho Egyptians of old looked upon tho sun ns ono of their chief gods, nnd adored It undor the namo of 'Phro,' mcnnlng God of Light.. 'Mai' signifies to love, and 'Son' donotes brother. In a lecture on 'The Temple,' reported In tho Indian Mnsonlc Kovlow, tho lecturer, Comp. MunchcrlJ, a Past Master un-Ithe Scottish Constitution, pieces theso thrco syllables together, forming the word Phremalson, or Freemason, meaning "Loving Drothcr of Light.' Thus applied, tho word Freemason is peculiarly appropriato to tho members of tho Craft, coming as they do to tho threshold of our Temples In search ot light." It matters llttlo to us whether tho word was pioced together from three words of another languugc or not; it has becomo so sweet to inoro than 1,750,000 American citizens that they havo gladly attached themselves to Its army of real soldiers that aro battling for Cod nnd right. It has withstood the many persecutions from the timo history was first being written on down through tho ages, unaltered by time and unchanged by those who would rldiculo It, pouring balm Into the wounds of crushed and wounded souls, giving aid to- - Miose who were sick and In distress, caring for the loved ones of thoao who have outstripped us In the race of life and journeyed into that mystified b"yord, spreading light nn 1 knowledge to those who most neeit it, fccdlne and educating tho orphans, finding a home, a bed and a meal for tho-'- o who havo borne th heat and burdens of the day, and havo never deemed it derogatory to their g""'- - name to be numbered among ihos'i who weat the White Apron, th emblem of Innocence, which Is it ore honorable than the Star nnd Garter, and more ancient than the Golden Fleece and Roman Eaglo. Wars may be fought, won nnd lost kingdoms may hi, c?tanlished and fall; other sochitles may come into e.v. ideuco and pass away; but'the society of Freemasons will go on and on until the last Monarchy shall crumble end the last Republic shall cease, and at the great day those who are rea'. Masons, those who have lived up to tho tenets and teachings and have kept tho faith with his God, his country, his neighbor and thoso who have 'pledged to him their faith, shall en ter triumphantly into tho great Whi'o City, that Tcmplo not made with hands, eternal in tho heavens. -yV. H, McD. cr 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'ChaM 'Usco' 'Plain' vr-- See the big Nobs The 'Nobby is a big rough husky fellow. The tire they are all talking about. f A great road gripper a. sure and non-slipper. enough non-skidd- er Makes easier riding and easier driving. More safety, more comfort more mileage. Nobby is a United States Tire, whicn means none better. Just right for our roads. f United States Tires are Good Tires 'Nobwjimr MfSSWi " ' ins kv Jt J. Reynolds Tobicou Co. CoPTTtjM aynrirrjTiitiTT7f7- - 'II' 'i I smokespot with Prince Albert ft hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fou- r! It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastu- re I to givo you more For, P. A. is trigger-read- y tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecarctT. ''II lm II help YOU can'tevery cutting loose joy'us time you flush your Mil IP Surgeons ngreo that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds, the first treatment is most Important. When an efficient antisoptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For uso on man or beast Borozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now nnd bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, . . . . Hurl ford, Kentucky. , MOTOR CO 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio HARTFORD .llener Dam, Kentucky. ra REXNETT & COMPANY County Drug Company . Denver Dam, Kentucky. COATS GARAGE (Noah Conts) CASUALTY REPORT OF A. K. F. . . .McHenry, Kentucky. MclIEXIlY MANUFACTURING & MACHINE CO. . . .Rockport, Kentucky. MRS. X. C. 1LER (W. G. ILER) Figures made public by tho war department show that the battlo deaths of American soldiers during the war aggregated 49,498. The wounded to taled 205,690 and tho prisonors numbered 4,480. Only 127 cases of missing aro reported. Franco has a list ot 264,000 missing and England 121,-00- 0. Mr. Marion of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite Cases ot disabled soldiers will a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would total close to 200,000, it is estimated. have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most di??.2reent'lJ taste, in my mouth. If I ate anything with Despondency. butier.oii or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but Sufferers from indigestion aro apt to become discouraged and feel that after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just complete recovory Is not to bo hoped seemed to tear my stomach ail up. I found they werfj no good at all for my trouble. I heard for. No ono could mako a groater Hundreds have been mistake. cured by taking Chamberto t lain's Tub!t and can now eat anything that thoy CMd, Thoso tablets strengthen tho stomach and enablo Jt to perform Its functions naturally, If you havo not tried them do so at m onco. STOMACH TROUBLE 5 TEBDFORD'S I Black-Draug- ht CANAL IJUSINKSS LESSENS. Ovor 2,200 ships passed through tho Panama canal during tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1919. Ot these 2,031 woro clnssod as commercial ves- bels, which was four per cent less than tho number that passed through during tho preceding fiscal year. Tho net tonnage was 6,013,000, 10 per cent less than that ot the previous year. Tolls for tho year amounted to $6,180,000. That's because it has the quality. Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue I Toppy red bag, tidy reef fins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidor and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keep the tobacco in such perfect condition. recommended very highly, so began to use It. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." ht acts on the jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for tise in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draug- ONE CENT A DOSE R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- , N. C. ui . - vr f Iho fitli ilny of September 1915, until pnlil, toficther with the coat of thl no-- 1 tlon nnd the cost of tills anlc, I will . offer for nlo nt public outcry to tho blKhcst nml host bhluor nt tho Court j House door In llnrtfonl, Kentucky, on .y outlay, Orjnhcr fi, 1919, nt nbout tho hour of one o'clock I M on u credit of six and twclvo months thu followliiB described property, Two certain lots or parcel of Rro'und In Hartford. Ky., bounded in follows: THE UNIVERSAL CAR First trnct: Beginning nt a stonn. Cnlvln Hanetta:oriier; thonco nearly oast 212 feot to a stone, Cnlvln The Ford Sedan, vitli electric starting and llnrrett's corner; thonco nearly south 4Ji feet to n stone; thence ncnrly west lighting system, demountable rims witli3j4 -- inch 242 feet to n stone; thenco nearly tires all around, is tho ideal family car because north 15 feet to tho beginning cos-- ' of its general utility and refined and comfortable tnluliiR one half ncrc, situated on wlmt Is known ns Homier Strnnl. equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass j Also n certain houso anil lot hi tin windows. Ail open car in the spring, summer, 'town of Hartford, Ky., bounded ns and early fall. A closed car in inclement follows! I dust-proollORlnnliiR nt a stnko on tho road In weather and winter. Rsiti-proo- f, f. from Mnrket street to tho i leading city or the country, a family car. The low the Heaver Dam road; thenco north wlt:i JKIlll llliltl I .( ll'Ul III !1 SinKO 1(1 mo cost of operation and maintenance is not the l'nyton line; thonco In an onsterl ' least of its charms. Won't you come in and course with the l'nyton lino 341 feet over? look it to a stake, i'nyton's corner; thenco In 1 kirn n southern!)' direction and parallel to tho first call 73 feot to n stnko; K. I. 1IAUXKS & nno. , a s.c? thenco west and parnllel to Pnvton's 1 J t i.TTiri tsriss i 'lino 341 feet to tho bcRlnnlng. 1 Jem Dam, Ky. it l'lrst tract herein conveyed to M n. llnrrctt by F. L. Felix, Master Commissioner, by deed of record In iConirs. Heed book H, page 244, Olilo ' County Clerk's office. II V 1 Second tract conveyed to Mnttle II. lUnrrett by John L. Davis and wlfo as sliown by deed of record In deed H hook Si, page 142 Ohio County Clerk's office. IDEA! Tho purchaser will be required to TV mmiM'ml Open execute bonds immediately after s,ile VJ. '5iSK5 .Ln tiuo nnu payanio in six nnd twelve MQi iHBB w mmmrMmmr wJu months, bearing G per cunt Interest 'from date until paid, with seo.urltv to this way tear bo approved by the commissioner." A Hon nil! ho retained on the sold at off part of the top TTTT a"dltlonal security. haiid-thlonly. Given under my tho ISth r pond itux. And where blessings full have dny or September. 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN. Protects the Lucky Strike come. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit cigarette a cigarette made The meeting conducted at this court. Hero she lived until this Summer It. R. Wedding and J. S. Glenn, Attvs. place by Itevs. Shields and Ozora of that delicious real Bur-le- y When she passed fiom us away Shullz came to a closo Sunday night. Though her body now is silent tobacco. It's toasted. FOR SALE Nine were baptized at Itockport, SunYot still lives, "Sweet Goldic May." day. 126 ncres of land 2 'J miles from Misses Ida Mae and Agnes Grubb by Hartford near tho graded road. Has spent last week with their uncle, Ira So to Him who Is the Giver. Of each Jewel hero below' i five room house, 8 acres In orchard Hartley. jand Is well watered. A good stock Mrs. Frank Drown nnd daughter, We will give our thanks foiover That "Svo"l Goldic May" wo know. farm. Will be sold at a barcain. Soi. Mrs. Grade Gregory and two children, ONATCO CAL T. KEOWN. Hodney nnd Alma, of Cleaton, visited So beneath a mound of rose? s relatives in this county last week. or Harnett's Cieek nnd bounded as There iani .ve her form to rest, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mies Margaret Toinerlin, who is I tollows: teaching at Wysox, gave a pie supper Sweet Is this great consolation; On the North by the C. M. Llndley "Jesus Doeth All Things Bcst!J Ohio Circuit Couit. Saturday night that netted ?20.85 O'Neal, Carrie B. French, et nl., By Rev. PIniiiiiffs tract; on tho East by tho A. Daniel with which sho is going to purchase land; on tho West by tho Hewlett August 8th, 1919 Vs. Notice of Sale. a hell and other things for use of the farm (formerly owned by I). S. Ex parte. HchooX to a judgement and or French ) and on the South by tho Pursuant Ilcv A. T. Koss, wife and Infant MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, A nice farm of 115 acres, 2 houses, large barn, 30 acres der of sale entered nt the September lands formerly owned by J. J. Rum child, William Thomas, of Geroge D1.tr, Circuit Court. ncrcs more or light Umbel', plenty 01 Water term, 1919, In tho above styled ac- mage containing 78 All level, rich land on good town, have returned to their home, nr.r w Dabeheart. Plaintiff. less. tion, directing mo to sell mier a visit, wun mcir parents, nere. u uiuw iiuill ilill UUUI. VS. Notice of sale. Price $7,500. , ,. m. u uu iiuLuiiunvi win uo reiiuireu 10 described land for tho purpose Mit.t Ruth Godscy, teacher at No. Evn McKlnney, Defendant. 0 Pursuant to a judgment and order of dividing the proceeds anions Iho execute bond immediately after sale 19, spent the. week-en- d at her homo Something classy. This farm has 160 acres, extra good of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court en- joint owners thereof, after the pay- for tho purchase prico, payable In at Equality. tered at its September term, 1919, in ment of the costs of said action nirl six months, bearing Interest nt the improvements, 35 acres tiled, located 5 miles from HartMr. CharllcGrant and family have tho above styled action, directing mo G per cent from date until as commissioner of said court to sell tho cost of this sale, I will offer for rate of moved here, from Illinois. ford, on public road. Price very cheap at $15,000. It's Miss Margaret Tomcrlin, who Is the hereinufter described land for the sale at public outcry at the Court ipald. with hecurity to bo approved by fai-you want. teaching at Wysox, spent tho week- purpose of paying the judgment of Houso door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon- - tho commissioner, and a lien will bo a the plaintiff against the defendant in day, October Cth, 1919, at about tho 'retained onthe lamTsoltl ns addition- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tho sum of $255.90 with G per cent . TV. H. Tomeriln. See us the Real Estate Dealers, Interest thereon from April 22, 1912, hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a al security. Given under my hand this tho 17th until paid, also tho judgment of tho credit of six months, the following MifcS Dertha Kennedy, who is residagainst tho day of September, 1919. ing "With her sister, Mrs. Arba Fulton, .Heaver Dam Deposit Bank$87.13, with described property, viz: defendant iu the bum of A certain tract of land in Ohio OTTO C. MARTIN. pent Saturday night and Sunday with C per cent interest thereon from July Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. her mother, Mrs. Laura Kennedy, of 4, 1919, until paid, together with the County, Kentucky, formerly owned by cost of this action and cost of this Amelia French, located on the waters J. P. Sanderfur, Attorney. Wysox. I will offer for salt at public Guy Fulkerson, son of Mr. 'sale, Little outcry to the highest und best bidder and Jim. John Fulker.son, Is on tho at the Court House door In Hartford, sick list. ,Ky., on Monday October C, 1919, nt dSiA UHe5 about the hour of one o'clock P. M., 'on a credit of G and 12 months, tho livery poultiy raiser should make iollovwnc descilbed property, viz: Two tracts or parcel of land in a study of tins market demands. A Ohio County, Ky., bounded ns foluniform color of eggs and flesh in lowspoultry is desirable. A mixed flock First tract: A certain tract or will not produce uniform eggs or parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky., moat, and eggs from such a flock are on the Rockport and McHcnry road nbout two miles from McHcnry, not desirable for hatching. (bounded as follows: Reglnnlng at at three hickories and running east Lalley Electric Light is actually a farm 'about 37 poles to John Maddox cor- (iOLI)IE MAV." "SWEET economy. Iner; thenco North about DO poles to n point In said Maddox line and Ellis is an economy because it saves both 'Chapman's corner; thenco west about In Memory of Goldio May Itulev. 37 poles to n hickory stump In said labor and time. niece, and adopted daughter of Mi- Chapman's line; thence south nbout fiO poles to tho begirning, containing ami Mrs. John W. Rnley: is an economy because, on the other about 12 acres more or less. Doing hand, it gives better light for work which same land convoyed by Eugono Chlnn Little Orphans nro God's Jcwols, and wlfo tu E. M. McKlnnoy as shown must be done before daylight or after Which Ho holds so closo His heart. by deed of record in doed book 43, dark. page 420 Ohio County CloiVs offico. That while living or whilo slooplng, tract None from Him shall o'ro depart of Second tract: 2 Also another S. W Light and power are always ready, at Ahe ucres on tho land of about comer ot tho above described tract lowest possible operating cost. '1 Chrlnl bestowed on thesoJLiib bless- .110 lO' ' -- l III 'I, tlitM-l- l is a fact that Lalley savings do pay its A. C. Wnkelund by doed of record i ings; deed book 43, page 419, Ohio County way. And ho claims each one His own, Clerk's offico and bounded and de scribed as follows: For of alt the many millions, Beginning nt three hickories in cor Mot a one Ho leaven alone. nor; thonco K. 341 feet to threo nas Planting with n grain drill, even continuous streams nnd the safrns trees nt corner In E. B, Ticho-nor'- s Instead of with a broadcast seed Is protected until it reaches lino; thenco S. 200 feet; thonco Hut in tenderness so loving, seeder will cause you no more the bottom of the furrow. 108 foot; thenco N. W. 287 Teet Thin like lilin wo each might bt, west work, in fact, considerably less, to tho beginning. "Ho who caies for llttlo orphans, nnd In a short time the saving That Is why n field planted to Tho Hath done this ' ho ays "for inn. ' execute purchaser will bo required nalo (Cwjiip Willi a Van Brunt Drill makes bonds mimediutcly after rTCvAHl in seed will pay for the drill. 1 1 il "ilHH duo and payable In six and twelve such a pleasing oppearuncc to That, in itself, is sufficient So of all these I'reciuun Juwols, mouths, bearing G per cent Interest AyrJBi immmmmMmm the eye nnd why it adds extra from dito until paid, with security to why we want you to see reason Who have gono from us away money to your bank account. bo nppioved by tho commissioner. A the John Deere. Van Brunt Grain None thcro nro In lifo ami beauty All of the grain is reudy for lion will bo retained on tho sold as Drill we have on display. There Fairer thun "Sweet Goldio May." nddltiouul security. a 'OfkSC I ; harvest at one time. There are m are other reasons that apply only I Givuu under my huml'thls tho 18t M H SWITCH no bare spots in the field and .(Inj of September. 1919. to the Van Brunt. This drill Sho was just a llttlo maiden, B it you can feel absolutely sure OTTO C. MARTIN. lias a patented, adjustable gate Of tho ngo of ten nnd four, tliatSio seed is wasted in plantMaster Commissioner Ohio Circuit force feed that successfully Uut bor life was Mich u blessing, Court. Lulhr Liiht i'j a complete unit engine and ing. Come in nnd let us show handles any sire seed from alfalfa ienerttor-wi- th It etoiMfr battery. yiic bhnll llvo for evermore. J R Olonn, Attorney. you how easy it Is to regulate tho euppllem ample electricity tor liglita, water m to bearded oats without chok pump, wathini machines, eweeper, flow of seed so that an equal tanning null, iron, etc, ing. In the hearts of all who know her MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. amount is placed in each furrow For lm was ho good and nwoet, The force feed compels the imply moving a lever regu. Ohio Circuit Court. LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION Mho wah like tho IUossed Mary .seed to leave the grain bos in lates the quantity sown. Mnttio 1). llarrott, Plaintiff. DETROIT, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. Vho oft hat at Jesus' ftet. Vs. Notlco of sale. Sordid F. Who.. lor, ot nl., Defendants At the going of her parents, Pursuant to a judgment and order $$ht safes Umic.sai&hJtocxrtx moef-of sain of tho Ohio Circuit Court on- Mho assumed n loving caro tored in tho above styled action nt its OX bor durllng llttlo tutors Beaver Dam, Ky. September term, 1919, redirecting mo Hy hor deeds of lovo and prayer. as commissioner of said court to sell 1IOT1I PHONICS. tho hereinafter described property God-son- t for tho purpose of paying tho Judgblessing It viax but a ment of tho plaintiff herein amount That these found another liomo ing to $533.32, with interest ut the Ky. Into which they came a3 "danehtors" ruto of 0 per cent pef annum from 1j MBTBrcciacgarTarrjawatiMmTi jll wv? to-wl- t: ' ( $rJKr am xnrrrrazc: ?JE Al . &bl W W N'il k & . . fSL W&dL t2flBftSLP UtJB fOOD your s n Guaranteed Cnrl-Monr- oo Farms For Sale ' I I , ", H0LBR00K, PARKS & COMPANY j Lalley Light and Power Saves Labor on the Farm I It It It I An Easy Way to Get Bigger Grain Yields with Less Seed S"H r I 11 rl. .- - r lt-ea- cream-teparato- r, o k&1 J. D. Williams & Sons W. J. BEAN, Agent Hartford, rf