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OHIO STEEL MILLS HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919, oxccutlvo, Burgress Moody, Is untlor era, $810; stackers, $7 9; choice milch cows, $95 110; common to DEMOCRATS BOMBARD medium, $50 90. ' threats against his llfo and tho ENFORCE MANDATORY NEARING CLOSE Heat Veals $17 17.50; medium, WHOLLY PARALYZED streets nro paroled by largo forces PEACE TREATY HOPES of Stato tronpors and Deputy Sheriffs. S.5011; common, ?5.G08. Hogs Prices steady. Best 165 Iloportn from all steel centers topounds and up, $17; 120 to 1G5 lbs., day recorded llttlo chango in the - Grand And Petit Jury Are Strike Issues In Other Sec alignment of tho opposing forces of That Many U. S. Boys Need$10; pigs 120 lbs, down, $13 $14.-2- Galleries Wild Approval Of Selected ,For Coming tho labor unions and, the steel comthrowouts, $13.65 down. ed In Turkey If Wilson In tion Still Administration panies. In tho Mahoning Valley of Sheep market steady with a good View Accepted. Nov. Term Doubt. Senators Ohio tho strikers' success is comdemand, supply rather limited. Best plete. Tho Industry which Is the ;lambs, $13; seconds, $89; culls, backbone of Youngstowh nnd a score $G6; best fat sheep, $6; bucks, $4 Washington, Tho Ohio Circuit Court Is nearlng ,iwn Tno of neighboring villages Is paralyzed Sept. 22. Attacks on "One hundred thousand American i . CrlumhiiH, Ohio Sept. strlk " and all Its 44000 wage earners Idle, troops will bo necessary to tho main- - lho closo of lts Present September ( Grain Wheat, no third day of tho natlon-wld- o Louis tho peaco treaty by Democratic senators overshadowed today all other found Ohio's three great steel centers Elsowhcio tho struggle- Is being 'car- - ,tonnnco of our mandate in Turkoy torm- - Tomorrow will In all probablll- - v,0 m,s aro paylnB $2.10j 1.1. tho League of Nations," says ty. boo tho end, although Judgo Slack at YoungHtowu, Cluveland and Stoti- - ,e,i wtM varying succes, tile Corn Selling prices quoted by developments in tho treaty fight la .... t r t. ....! .........--..,.......,....- ..o. unio i.owrio, proiessor oi una ornrni inni in tnn nvnnr nnv inifti. dealers In car load lots: No. 2 white, (tne Sonate. Mr jurnviiia completely pnruiyzuu. sue still being doubtful on tho great CiT Union leaders claim that more than strategic sectors radiating from wlth President Wilson on his way sclonco In tho University of, tlon romnlns unsettled, and which It $12; No. 3, $1.61. Yellow, same fig- ls ucsireu to navo irieu, no win pro- - uros; No. 2 and 3 mixed, $1.57 Cincinnati, In an Interview. 50,000 steel workers aro out of work j,urB un,i Chicago. . ,l)acK t0 Ule capital flushed with tho j .., Capt. Lowrlo has Just returned ccc'1 t0 hnI'1 coun over during so 1.5C. confidenco that his speeches In tho in Ohio bocauso of tho strike. Ifrom Constniitlnonle. where he wns In much of next week as mny bo neces- Tim Yiiiiiicstowii Sheet and Tube 'vv.wr vivrv. Oats Prices range from 71', 4 to West have sllonced tho opposition and . nMilnai in illiiliHan .a Anaaaa f i n uusimade unreserved raticifation a possiiuou ui nil taarl - 72c per bu. Company, at Youngstown, ami tno AGAINST TREATY cnargo ot the Red Cross work of ox- - "'"' '" "'" - ne88. tending relief to tho families In ArI Trumbull Steel Company, at Warren, Eggs candled, 43 44c. bility, four Sonators of his own party Produce 'mi-nlFollowing are some of tho cases attacked tho treaty from various ero tho last two big plants In tho and Turkey ot drafted Amerl- Washington. Sept. 23. On tho umter Country. 3S 40c. up ahop. 'first rollcall on tho peace treaty tho can soldiers, several thousand In num- - passed upon lurlng tho last week: Mahoning Valley to closo Poultry Hens, 2526c, poundp angles and mado tholr opposition va "- ""' iarge Together they employ annul zu.uuu. genato " adopted 43 to 40, a mo- - her, ana Is on his way home. chickens, 2223c; definite, pronounced and irrevocable. 8prng Cambridge reported strikers thero ton by Senator Lodge to postpone) Treaty's Worst Day. "The necessity for so many troops," Co., verdict for defendant and plain- all 8prlllB chickens, 27 28c; Hero is tho story of tho day in tho aro slowly returning to tho places ,u next Tuesday consideration of lie said, "arises out of tho difficult tiff moved for new trial,' which has jrooatcrSi ducks, lS20c; Senate the worst day that the treathoy vacated Monday morning and u,,. forty-od- d turkeys, 2527c amendments proposed condition In that part of tho worldi not bccn Passed upon. Omn Lee Turner vs Mary Heavrln, ty has had to enduro since it w.t ,.i,i ii,.,i Tim linlknn nnnstlon Ik unsettled. So that flvn of tho ten mills of tho i.w ,...,.!.. i.n .m-- i. turned over by the President to the Guernsey plant of tho American Steel "nic tno i.Tiilti.Ml States from different nre the disposition of Asia Minor and motion for now trial by plaintiff, and YPT. KEOWX AND nnd Plato Company are In operation, commissions created under the troaty. Arabia. Tho peaco conference has evidence being taken but not decided FAMILY LKAVIXG Senate: Prcss First Senator James A. Reed, ot Only throo mills were operating Mon After tho rollcall Senator Lodge r.bt yet taken them up. except to urge ' al A- c- Jones, et al.. vs L. H. & St. day. Capt. John G. Keown and family, Missouri, in a speech which held the unanimous consent to call that tho United States take over tho . oEngland Is L. Railway io continueu. 'Including Mrs. Keown's mother, Mrs.- Senate spellbound from 2 until 6 un all of Senator Fall's amendments Turkish possessions. W. F) Howard vi Probus Drown. Ella Morton, will leave here tomorrow o'clock, denounced tho whole treaty about to withdraw her troops from Pittsburg. Sept. 24 mo meeting Friday Instead of a week hence, as a shameful nnd traitorous bargain of tho National Steel Workers' Com-- ) 'phe vote gave the first test of Asia Minor. She has enough to do Evidence heard and submitted to for Evnnsvn,e Indf whore they Ln mako the,r future home. Capt. and virtually charged President Wilmlttuo In session hero recessed at strength between tho opposing force In Palpstlne and Mesopotamia, to say Court for decision. .. Chnries .muuikui vs i h. "oiiuy, .v.w. u, . .. jo u son with having surrendered Into .'5:30 n. m. with an announcement by una mUnii fnr nftnr Smminr nothiiiK of Euynt and Africa neneral t.f iiuiuiiii iujiicaciuaa verdict for defendant Even so, sho is attempting to John Fltzpatrlck chairman, that the Lodge had failed to obtain unanl-'b- V tive of the J. I. Case Threshing Ma the hands of Great Britain tho control Kentucky-Virgini- a Leaf Tobacco chine Co., is forced to leave hero in of American affairs. strlko siniatlon was satisfactory to mnus consent to pass over the amend- - edge out France In the control of Co. vmW. W. Hatler verdict for Second Senator Henry F. Ashurst, A canvass imniits tho union labor leaders. (Syria. She hopes Mesopotamia oil to bo located moro convcnientIy " j if tho situation. Mr. Fltzpatrlck snld. resources to recoupe her financial fendant tys territory. It is regretable that ot Arizona, sent a telegram to the to Sarah A. Wilson vs E. F. Morris et Hartford must loso this estimable President notifying him that ho' and indicated that 340,000 men have losses of tho war. NOV. 1. MAY STRIKE . dismissed without projudice. about soven other senators on the walked out. "If wo do not accept the tnnnda- family. tory. tho withdrawal of British trooni' The court appointed S. Or Keown, Mr. Fltzpatrlck further said that Democratlcsido would be unable to vote against the Johnson amendment- tho committee was confident that the Ita.lUal result in and pro- - O. E. Scott and W. P. Howard Jury! Miners' Made Ily to glvo the United States the same strike would spread and that the only Wo have become Commissioners, to select tho list to D&AUS UUUL.1 CTPIIMP Moslem massacres. In Clowlaiiil MmI way it could bo stopped was for E. H. number of votes as the British ema world power and must keep our bo drawn upon. They will moet dur- -' , By I. D. Claire. ,, Gary, of the United States Steel Corpire In the League of Nations as finger on tho pulso of tho entire '"B the next'Nov. term of court. Limoiaim. hepi. jj. uemanus for worl(J pro- - sembly. poration, to grant a conference to It is not so much the war-tim- e J. H. Miller vs L. & N. R. R. Co., K W(J do not malntaln peaco I'. representatives of tho organized men a mi per cent Increase In all in I no i timt ii.nrHrninr cnoiinn wa aiinii action on charge for damage to real- - hibition law as the $6.40 tax that Smith Wants Reservations, slx "ours upon the crops &c, duo to embankments made the country dry. s urcwaBe3, a "m,t Even then, he said he was not so , Third Senator Hoko jLhnith, of have t0 take part ja tJl0 enBifn,ent estate jilay's labor underground, a five-da- y u that th) strike would end. n .., Georgia, announced that he had previn throwing water over plaintiff's farm. ..Y,,na M.r . , , A confeienco Is tho only bono of,wcok w,t" tlmo antl u na,f for over- - , If national prohibition and woman pared a set of reservations to the ,iivirtn,i unnaturally. Jury selected, case stat- "'c time for wqrk on i,..PPil, t untu hmnisnhnrps ,od by attorneys and Jury sent to view suffrage are going to work wonders treatv wWh will hn nimii-i- r in H,noo adjustment" ho asserted. "Mills aro tlmo au'1 shutting down all over tho country lSl,lu,ny8 aml 1,ollla's n"l Important ..j haV(J not cntjroy ma,ie ut),ray tho premises, which consumed., the for the country, why don't they get to ' proposed by tho Foreign Relations " '"iprovements In conditions of labor ,nlntl 0 the subjectt but f tnlnk wo whole of the day yesterday. Evidence work? and wo havo tho situation well In (Committee in that they will have to more satisfactory than wo had wore ai onte(l this afternoon by tho ought to ,ut th,g ninndntorv nIone is yet to bo taken. be accepted by the other powers be- jhiind, convention of the United Mine Work- - N()U. that the wnr ,s ovur th(J Euro j Below wo give the complete list of toped to expect." Tho compiler of twentieth century fore the United States omplotely rati- . .. ewer " ""-"' tr w1in 1M. n- nnnitAntliiti limn ,,can nati0ns are already Jealous of tho.se selected to serve oa tne juries great orations by Kentucklans will ifles tho treaty. Tho principal re- Tho only question that now remains '" rf . .c.-iut " mi. eacll oln(;r uncertnin Is whether "Judge Gary Any government, no at tho "ext rovemiier term or court. Hardly be expected to include Gov. servatlon will bo directed against can run the mills himself." said Mr. Jn,nt waB0 HCa, conference with tho ,nntter whlch ,t niIght I)0( wouIll have .which begins on the fouith londay: Black's Hopkinsvlllo speech. , Article X of tho league covenant. Grand Jury. Fltzprlck. "That remains to be operators of rt.e central competitive trouble8 , g0Vernlng the formor pos-- ! Fourth Senator Charles Thomas, .district, which opens lit Buffalo 8cssions ot tho T7,rksh Empire. None ! ' W- - Finloy, W. P., Withers John I move for. unanimous consent of f Colorado, made public a letter writieen." 'rh"rs,,av- 'of the European nations wants tho Hell, George Chlnn, S. H. Oglesby, M. Ropubllcan patrons for a uspenslon ten by him to the Democratic comMr Fltzpatrlck said the committee S,,,bo l a sat'sinctory new agree- -- '0(her (o ,nk(J thom ,)Ut they a want h. shultz, W. A. Webster. Lafo Grant, of one issue of tho paper to allow the mittee of his state in which he dehad decided to got together all ovl- -' ircac,,l!tI b' tho reprcsentaAt nn rate j am conJn. H. Muffott, C. T. Maddox, O. H. editor a week for his usual fall hunt. clared ho could not support the treatv denco possible in regard to tho t0 flo gf) al vlcted 'that neither tho mandatory nor Duff. Walter Park. Jno. GolT, J. R. ",."'Lrs """ i B ln :t3 present form and would vote tacks of tho Pennsylvania constabu- - "B" Until moro satisfactory evidence of for strong reservations. . lary upon "Innocent slrlknru" niul this conference the convention will be the league as a whole will (stop all Addington, ueo. l. lucicor, joo tiocn- Senator er, T. B. Taylor, Charllo Davidson, El his ago is forthcoming, most folks Thomas said ho was unable to squarp present It to tho Senate Strike In- - reconvened at Indianapolis to accept future wars.' Crabtree, D. S.- French, E. T. Brooks, will regard "Uncle" John Shell's tho treaty provisions with the dictates Testlgatlon Coiuiiilttco at Washington j or rejeci it. miouki no agreement G. W Dirks, Guy Barnard. Oswald claim of 131 years, as a shell game. of duty and of conscience. Mr. Fltzpatrlck asserted that It was be reached in tlmo to be ratified and Ol'It "BUM" RAILROAD. I S Render. an American Federation of , Labor come Into effect by November 1, a Administration senators wore stun-lie- d general strike ot all bituminous coal! t Jury. strike." "Wo havo tho full The plain truth Is that this counby the rapidity and vigor of these On account of the worse than rot- au-- 1 minors in tho United States will Lon Gentry, C. A. Lindley. ." and Indorsement of that Estll try ls headed toward Bol&hevlkism, attacks from their own side. Tho -over tins tiling tomatically ensue on that date, which ,lu" "ipib incuiuci bn said. wo cnu a railroad, the M. H. & R Board, Henry L. Render, J. F. Hill, and unless the movement is In some climax tn their embarrassment came Win. 'A. Fnnlnr. .nrrolnrv nf ll. ma 0Xtelul t0 th Canadian Coal the Kentucky Creameries Company, Jno. John Nail, T. S. way arrested, d disorder with the remarkablo demonstration ot committee, said ho had not 'received I,,oW" .1 nml .1,ho I representatives 1. .. tlu which is a branch of Armour & Cpm- - IJoswe" E- - w Jackson. Ira Wallace, and destitution will result. I which was accorded Senator Reed at t it .1 . . rt ' .. n .. .. iiioiiitisn .. .. iiuiui lllilli:. du tho Invitation of tho Senate .Investi w.tiiuiiiiii pauy, is moving its poultry houso G. M. Johnson, Frank Crawford, W. the close of his brilliant speech. Tho While a decided increase in wages , J- wgating Commltteo to come to WashAccording to President Wilson's crowds in tho gallerioa cheerod and It does seem '15, lIotl,n' - - L,nnham, Henry Dee-Is demanded to meet tho heavy In- away from Hartford c,,ester Leach. D. L. Boyd, ington nnd testify In regnrd to IiIh alof the fitness of things, thecheered without restraint, working crease in the cost of living tho min that this section, as woll'as tho coun-'tU- e' leged "radical activities." , try along tho whole line of the road 'liam Hlncs- - D- - '" Maddox, B. F. Huff, framers of the constitution committed themselves up to such a frenzy of en- -' ers delegates were no less Interested 'p- L- F1y(l Ba,ze p- - u- - Kell'' " otupld blunder in investing tho Sen- - thuslasm over Senatorr-Reed'"If I receive tho invitation I will Ill enun- .,,,, j lir'l.llii I, ,nniHni .i.. .!..,. .n.i, , . eught to bo able to got better shipping - Wood' nlmllv 1. 1. ...... r lw.fr." Hi.. ,.,,, , l(,. ' ' w "" "lu ",l" luu man-'""- " """ " "' an" traveling raciuties in some v.uiiiiiK cmuon oi Americanism tnat when ' "" said. "It ""an opportunl- - moiiibprs of 'the J,U'" A- - l" mMox Mr. Foster C' C' Prlc(J C' treaties. is J" Senator Ashurst attempted to call al n0r' t,l0UBh wo on't Jcuow how it Is VlMon a 'V o I C. Chlnn. T. J. Whltehouso.. J. T. j ly that I dwslre." tontlon to tho Senato rule prohlbltlng to be done. Tho committee, according to Mr. When on iny evening visits to Rlv- - applause ho Was Inconsistently hissed j W"e "Us road was being built. VorA' shortna" Fram. AU'ert nrohlblt tho en. Foster, discussed at length tho sltua- - . . ... . . by tho same .people In tho galleries or rather when tho right or way was Earnest Truman, M. V. Johnson. Mil- - efsldo park, for my aftor-suppb, f . Ismoke. and listen to Capt Faith, fifty .who had cheered Senator Reod. Jlon in regard to tho calling of a J .,., ,... ... ..,'..' u bcine secured, manv iioonlo irnvo H,n ton Park". years a fisherman, at the foot of Allen ' Another hnni inv tnr th tmntv f triko In tho plants ot tho Bethlchnm j land, whllo others practically did so, DEAVEU DAM SLIPS OXK Steel Company. Ho said tho commit-Xo- o street, recount his experiences I long likely to ensuo In tho Senato toraor- receiving only a nominal sum, with MISK GILLKKPIH TO BK wtj.ivu. w...m..i ,. i . for tno privjiego of transferring the row. For Senator Hiram Johnson, had sent nn ultimatum to E. II. tho v,ewv of helping out In a progres WITH BANK OF HARTFORD Gary, president of the Bethlehem luxury to an old confederate at Hart- - called back from his Pacific coast trip sive movoment. only to seo their land The Central City Boys went down ford Steel Company, demanding a conferto take charge of tho fight for his . their farms split wide OP. Miss Annetta Gillespie, who has , ". undcr the batB of the faBt Boayer Dam ence by 4 o'clock mondment. will bn nn hnni! remlv tnr i" oo none, team Sunday, on the former' grounds been the efficient linotype operator """ " ,ul ul ""K Mr. Foster said a strlko probably Th3 Louisville Post's Saturday af-- 'a show down on thn nmnnsition nf and then when thoy visit tho County would bo called In tho ifcthlohein for tho Hartford Herald for moro Snnr tt- ntrnml in lmcltioua Hiov nnn't to tho tlino OI 12 to 3. !.. Itnrnnnn rpnnrt nf ton thniiHnnrl nontiln rnlciinc Amir(nna vnilnv nmim. . . . . ----- -- , -- m ,,,enty .nan year nas resigned tnai pos,- of rain Bnd wind was en- - attondlnir tho Houklntivlllo Democrat- - samo level as thnt nf fh nriifsh m plants Immediately If tho unions re"" """ lion to nccepi a place m tno account- countorod during tho game but I le. rnmnnlirn nnnnlnir wnn rpilnppfl in nlrw quest was not granted. . ........ r- - o, ..- -. ,...w. ' " "" .didn't bothor much ps everybody wns f,vo thousand by Sunday morning's "Tho Bethlehem plants nro among lug Hepartiuont of tho Bank of Hart- as operated. Ashui-s- t SIovo Significant. the host organized In tho country," ford. . n ... . . . uinespio is a young .lauy .' If tlinrn fa --i tv unv nnlni. lilrrli going good. Evon Plrtle connected courier Journal, and an oyo witness Tho move taken by Senator Ashurst -- , -.,, ono of Contrai clty'8 Bhoots for .miss ,.. oi . . .. ... Mr. Foster iiHserteil. "A Ktrtke wmilil n advising President Wilson Just how " ". . neavento rorco mo u & N. to givol ., , .. lBpCC,ul luerlt n,ul her n(luifon to the Ifinrnn. , ..w. ,.vo rnuusanu . ,... ...w... .,. Involve 50.000 moil." ..n... ioo niirn. i will I ho and sevoral of his colleagues "'rorcos r tUo bank' maUo ecessary ,i. '.,i """ i T " mny locate' content to. let . it go at that, also sent, -.vote on the Johnson amendment ls ot Seaman ami Trainmen May Bo kcil by the Increased volume of business. wh,ch a Produce dealer ousnts lor a round-tri- n j am giad f0 bo ab0 f0 tell tho very sorlous moment to the causo of I To Quit. will bo pleasing to tho Bank's patrons on tho lino Ul,y nnl B,"P poultry ...,.., ,ni.n ,n i,nmnrlla f i,u ' " luopuoncan .reaaers ...t. sort of the treaty in tho Senate. It eight wnai without its dying before It roaches. Important decisions affecting lho ...i iiu nnu.,ni iil. ..' rnr r ii o onflsnn l .a wuu au auk vawwi'BWM going to have this senators on tho Democratic iftlV market, by all means let some ono itriiiir spread of tho strlko to allied Indus-- ! These teams clash again Sunday W,ntor u wIIl ho warm nnd ralnyi 8n0Ud SUpp0rt it, as Senator Ashust rise to his feet and mako tho an- trios aro expected to be tho outcomo DIG ROCKEFELLER and you may know'lt will-bfor,! am indebted for the Information to Indicated, the amendment Is certain.' y lu Pittsburg l GIFT TO DAPTI.STS iipuncement of tho meeting blood. The battle will bo staged ut niy fri0-nd- t capt. Faith, tho fisher- - to bo adopted for there will not. bo f tho National Stcol Workers' Com-- ) McIIenry, I man. uapi. faun says mo woainer moro tnan live Ropubllcan votes at question of summoning New York, Sept. 24 John P. ' initteo. The ItAI'TIST " v ifrnm. Kantomlinr 1 Jl In Of (a n lifirn. thn ihacI nirnlnel If y contrinytcd $2.-- 1 not .only tho lake seamen, but union Rockefeller LOUISVILLE MARKETS. meter to tho winter, and these days! Sonator Ashurst declined to to tho assistance of tho 000,000 to tho Ministers' and Mission-ste- el trainmen Tho Pleasant Grovo Baptist Church had south winds and showers, cuss tho message or to give the names g strikers will bu discussed at this ary Board ot the Northern Baptist t Fordsvllle, held a nnd Good demand for bettor of- Cattle . fc .nf Hinan lin lin.l In mlnH T, la ..n No meeting. restrictions nro roll call service Sunday which was at- - terlngs. with normal movement. Best , Convention. t..ii.iiiiifl. . ., . 'dorstood that thn , iPTIST MISSION Rioting and disorder win mnrK ino mauo as to tno use oi yio. principal tended by a largo congregation. An'grado of veals about 50 cents high- BOARD TO MEET HERE besides himself, Senators Reed, Goro.. progress of tho struggle, but so rar aim income, which win no expended Interesting and much enjoyed pro- - er. . (Thomas, Walsh, of Massachusetts, Tho latost out- - to take caro of indlgont Baptist mln- - gram was rondered. pnly sporadically. Quotations Primo heavy steerji, Tho District Mission Board ot tho Myers, of Montana. Trammel, of Flo- - . y nt Cleveland, Utors of the Northorn States. Thoi Among thoso answering present at $1213; heavy Turoak occurred shipping steers Ohio County Baptist Association will rbia nml Smith nf n.mrio q 00 whoro four men woro stabbed In a 'announcement of tho gift, which is tho roll call Mr. E. II. Coonnr wan thn tin r.nrai?. mUiim,, .i hold its regular, monthly meeting at I . battlo between strikers and nonstrlk- - in the form of securities, was mado Joldost member, ho having Joined that ff 10.50; fat heifers, $811.50; fat .Hartford 0n Sept 30 1919 at 10 PIE HUPPER. Tomlors. two probably fatally: At Farrcll.Jln n letter to tho. Hot. .E, T. . . - church In tho year 1856. Mr. Coop- - i cows, J7.50 10.50; medium cows, L M, A'n membors of'tho Board are Kcvreiury oi mo er was also tno oldest person present, S5.50 tho gravest disturbances to llnson, executlvo whore 7.50; cannera. and cutters, 'cordially requosted to be present. , To bo given by Goshen School, Sopi-- ' " : ooing as year oi ago. dto havo been reported the town board ? J.50Q&.&U; Dulls, ?5.50e8; fceJ- Clerk. . ' RUSSELL WALKER, tombor 27. 12t2p result of numcr-ou- a 100,000 ' TROOPS TO CIRCUIT COURT 5; ch-ing- ,, er - i m j'-"- "'. Pitts-'Politic- al ( ....... n ? ' to-da- y I3i4c; "our-obtaine- d - ,,i ,,, ,... i '" anti-Christi- ' n, i,,i ... A """ .".. i- .... ..aa . ... ' "1 ul" ; - r Pi-li- orlgl-7atlon- wide-sprea- 1 Wll-'noti- ""' I J, ro,S "' i ' V' i"""" ... s ... ;.,'',", "' --. - """ """ ., lu' .b " """"". . ,i.i0 ...., ..i.. ""..". " ... - e to-da- IIOMK-COMIX- to-da- dU-ha- homo-comin- m. .... -t t llillMaBMglgB!r?igwyw,l' n WyN'i;iA Vj wii'fi i "fl ji m. i1 jyjwui "'; .;y fPpl!BWWWBiBBWWBJBWffPWl,lfPwnir "U"miu-Fr tpHBv n wWP' ' rr n -- wr inr-"-- ' ' iimiiwww M and prepare a thoroughly pulverMalady Too Widespread l.axt Year ized and compacted seedbed. Suva N. V. Doctois Conscrvo moisture against a period FLY TO BEAT HESSIAN of drought nt seeding time. Use the host need procurable. Now York. Sent. 20. The opl- Keop the soil In good tilth inl. ,i0Itlc ,,f Spanish Influenza was so Dates Devised To Combat most Important of all, sow .vlnter widespread last y.ear that tho disease e period WU1 not find as many victims again wheat during the Destructive Pests advised by local farm, advisors or',,, tllB generation as It did In 191S, Depredations. according to Health Commissioner State experiment stations. Wheat. Xo "l'lj-1'ie- e jcopoland, who Issued a statement to- .. regarding a possible extensive rc- The chief food plant of tho lies-- ', an fy js wheat, next to this barley, cllrrcnco f the plague. Ho added, Tho hired Hessians of Lord Howe's nrmy, who bivouacked on Ling a,i lastly rye. In the ease of tho jIOW0V0ri there probably would Islnnd, N. Y., In 1779, were deservedly inst plant, however. It does not ..,nor0 than tho average number hated and despised, for, acccvdlhg voon freely and It does not attack ,,f caa0s" this year, to popular report, they brought an oats nt all. Popular supposition to Hesldents of New York City, fly In the straw they used the contrary, there Is no such thing cause they are compelled to visit wheats crowdcil places dally, have devplop 'd wheat. Most as bedding In their oversea trip. Tho na "fiy-frcfly subsequently played havoc with wm HUffer when the plants are young. n certaln degreo of Immunity against tho native Aicrlean grain fields. Tho regardless of variety. In expedition- - t,)0 disease, nr, Copeland asserted, which tho taj sowing, the variety that seems to to 8i)lll ll0 Relieved "that had our most bemeanlng name could conceive for this pest escape attack one year may suffer 60no,000 people of New York City Americans was "Hessian fly." and the w'tiged t10 next; and while the Insect may j,e01l country people, the deaths would dospoller, ravaging, plundering, and profor certain varieties over others, havo )CCn twci, n9 great lat fall." n comes to naught In years of He sa(lt als0i ti,at tj,0 death rate In : pillaging wheal, has run true to name tn and form ever since. During recent serious ravages or where the suppo-.0Vl. York City was "among the this pest has collected an annual cd distasteful variety o the Insect pst r m)t t)u, vcrj. lowest, of any $50,000,000 at tjK, time the eggs are deposited. ,JrKJ) c,t. ln lIl0 WOrld." toll of approximately T1(1 j,eaith department has from Uncle 'Sam's wheat growers. lt H 0nly In the case of the second trade-mar- k, I alone loses at least $600,000 ),rood 0t flics which occur, on the pa're, a vaccino designed to give im-- a k year. more matured plants that a.! tip- - luuUty against Spanish Influeii.i and of Fly time Is spy time for tho farm- pliable difference In Infestallon has colnpiiuntlons of tho disease, partner, his spying being centralized on )een m,ted, and here it has been P- - Mlrl- - pneumonia, slice of watching for the date when his sec- - parent that the ranker growing varle- - j ftw HS0 ot xMs remedy Is expert-tlo- n o will be freo from danger from tl0Sl with strong, stiff straw, arc the tnt.ntai, Dr. Copeland asserted, That's the real idea back of the It is recommended thmlg, n K0up of eminent medhMl Hessian fly, ro that no can safely least affected. grain. The llureau of that farmers select seed from t,l mcn who met to devise measupM to sow his fall success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Entomology United States Depart- - varieties known to do well In their Combat influenza, hope It will prove Toasting improves tobacco just as well Jitent of Agriculture, has devised a locality and which are of strong and effective, . as bread. And that's a lot. calondar of safety, which, It adhered vigorous growth, hardy, and with a by grain growers in tho fail secd-!bt- tf to 8trnw. Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured Try a Lucky Strike cigarette lllg of their wheat, will oporate as hy ,ocol applications a they cannot rsucli surgeons agree that in cases ot effective controls against toe infestn-- ! cuw cawrrtSi I&& con.utuUonoi remedy, tion and propagation of the Hessian !Cut3( nrns, Bruises and Wounds, tho is most Important, named condition of the mucous limns of flv. first treatment the Eustachian Tube. When thl tubv l 'When an eflicient .' antiseptic IS nppil- - tntlatnod you have -- a rumbling sound or lm- Many Flies Tills Year. in- rrfcet taarn. The Hessian fly Is a methodical ma- - cd promptly, there is no danger of rau.ler which works at regular inter- - fcctlon and the wound begins to heal intammaiion There at once, f1; ol! val8l although sporadically. li iueai auusepuc ami an innamcd condition of the mucous ur Guaranteed ly was no important fly outbreak in Horozone is tne .. . .....i i.n fncM. IIaII'a Catnrrh M mile Inn net thru i ... it . n :f i. ..ii.. iiti: the blood on the mucous surfaces of the i ii ii t II Till-i ri ;ii:i' ii. nil v ik nil in. ai v nil t iiiii r 'in 11..1 i i. nn imiiti mil' nniit Ofrfalt Trice 2Gc, S) stem.will Klve One is an abundance of thpsi flies this ready for an emergency. We Hundred Dollars for case a warning to farmers to r.Oc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio anycured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot yenr brings Cirby Hall's Catarrh Medicine w be culars free. All Druggists. ?Sc. exorcise care not to plant wheat until County Drug Company F. J. CHENUY & CO.. Toledo. O. -tho period of safety for planting In sf ,mz ,'!,.. SMITHSONIAN TO "KT v their locality has arrived. The last UMA'CKY? CJIltli MUST I.ATK KAISI'irS KITCHEN SCO I IKS THOirUHT Itl i:n:i IN Important outbreak of tho Hessian jwlll nerve without Salary. In the event 12.047. The others there were fifty fly in this country occurred during ni'iims. i ri'NAS TOWN'S; of his election. It will have general. nurses. Miss Marion X. Hoffman, seventeen supervision of all penal and charita Washington, Sept. !!. iTo the col In France at tho time of tho retho period from 1914 to 191G, inclu school girl, who by terms of lection of war trophies which the vear-ol- d Corpus Christ!.. Tex., Snit. 1S- - ble institutions. Five men ami two port there were 3,110 officers and sive. Charles .17,101 men, 217 field clerks, 1S5 l,ate sowing is recommended, but the will of her father, the late Sllllthsnnlall institution Is now gath-- : Rapid growth or the death list rv-- j women were named. Mr. Morro F. Hoffman, .Ir.Mif Newport. Inherits orfnB wlu Ij(j a(,lle,, sllortiy the field suiting from the hurricane ami tidal characterized the pitiji-cteinembe r- - nurxis and ninety civilian employes no t too lato sowing, as tho latter is a Car. lie ,.,,,, ..... ........... - .w.......w... ... . .w ...... ...(.. t .llcnctrmi ... l Tho Ameri..-- . ritii! uliln .... v... ,.... as ...OU..l U...J lii ..u iilllliMilx .rpullltti 311 InCOtllC of $d0,000 '. U'llllnni lTnlimi7illrn lllf iniM Hint .t..v'V ('iiriulu f'liritl .....,...(.,. nu i'iiiiiiwwihI if tlir,.,. tiinlil of tho War Department. ...uSl will stipulates mat uus .unoun. ....!., q Gcrman . '..earhy points SumUiy caused beli- -f cans. three Demoerats ami one Inde can mllitnry representation in Great as is too early sowing. Uncle Sam's . i nlli e ""'. When Miss German prisoners of war this week among the rellet workers and pendent. doctors say that the safe ',0 .. Tho latter Is Dr. Frank Ilrltaia was composed of sixty-tw- o . ..!. - ...Ml I.. uoinnan uetoiui-- ui ..bw men oaded the kitchen, which is said to bo Mcials that the total dead Sprague. of Lexington. The person officers anil eighty-tw- o date In a time of normal rainfall large trust ea,,orate affalr ot the kind, would approximate .Irto persons. usually coincides, in any one locality, lierit the principal of a .".Ann - a "' nel of the membership! was announced 1,000excess of Much of the idiom- line of Cerpiw as follows: a transport at St. Nazalre, nlioa with the preferable time for sowing tunil said to be in 000. which was left her by her grant'.- - 'ranco. and it is on its way to Wash- - Clirl-st- l and Nueces hay has not been is to The Lieutenant Coventor to bring maximum yield. ilngton with a large collection of war penetrated by searchers, while omv serve as chairman; in event to bring maximum yield. For ex- - tamer. ample: in Kentucky October 10 to material of different kinds. The kitch a small proportion of the wreckage of Republican success that would Ixj Dexpoiiilciiry. over Eu- - in the city has been moved. This S. TlmrMon Italian!, of Louisville. 15 are safe dates for seeding. indigestion are apt en followed the Kaiser all Sufferers from Dr. W. A. Ganflold, president of while the - was on, to all of nnd the continued aliswnao of utauy i Local Contlftlons Affect Date. eel tint to become discouraged an tlu Centre College, Danville; Dr. Frank I since ard troin f ... ...1.1 nl ITnnlo Com ail rr " " mi. recovery Is not to be nopeii " comnlete iutsti,.m.a """"'-"-' shows no signs of dninnso. whit h Morm was responsible ;for the rising Sprague. : head of the Spragtie Saul pptts as dates are only fr. k0 one could make a greater hut " , , ,i .,.:,..... oi laiaimes inai ., taritim. Lexington; F.dunrd W. lines. ,,nr. ts taken to inuicaie ... u koi-- i .. !,... i.n , .-". .. appro.xiiuauuu-nnsuiKu. j........c- - " ,lllt)f.rIal Hodies reported burled in the storm lawyer, chairman of tins State Conn - Iar lo the pnnl. nK i ...i.. ,.,...! .. o flinmbor" WU .tllUUl .i. lltuo ""- llic ii..... i,.,nn tin. fnll IIUUlLIlll.. I.U.V.. I... ,1lutrl,. i.nnilw.l. "KJ lf wlllrll lllllv .It i.f ll..r..,w., I ,.,,lu,IM... L...l...l-- I, generation of the fly disappears In Iain's Tablets and cau now eat any-- ! could lie identified. Ks M. Sackett. capitalist, Louisville, Mrs The institution, among other tro- - seventy-nin- e tho different parts ot the country, thing that they crave. These tablets pules, has been given the great war timates of the property loss runs as Lafon Itiker, president of the Kentiir- of safety are strengthen the stomach and enable All of these periods uy ceiieraiion oi women s map on which .iihi nign as tii.uuu.uiMi. I'luiih-Cardui, the woman's largely dependent on tho altitude, lt t perform its functions naturally -lk torn- - n,.r.,ii m.um,,.. trntoelcal ..f nm ,,........... ..- . ... . ...- ...... ...,..... nt pi, ......v - .' . ...V.4.,..J. as local if you i,ave not trleit mem uo so at. ,11 ..fcW rcnic, helped Mrs. Wil-lia- m latitude, longitude, as well civic lawyer. Howling Green, ami Mrs. Al American armies porarily in the backgrounds, Til problems which the Evcrsolr, of Hazel conditions, in each area under con- - once, carried through. It will bei housed leaders agreo. but 3,000 or 1, 000 per- - ,i,:o llegan lllce. author and social of seeding Patch, Ky. Head what The safe date sidoratlon. It hornless must be cared for ant! worker. Louisville. "Those women have been setting within tho same chamber that wan, she writes: "I had a ..rt..n vnrips in a brokon and hilly cupied during the war. noor, Mr. Morrow in his address here in most cases must be provitieil lmnie-- 1 general breaking-dow- n on different fields theru for an hour or more." pi.iinrv. and oven having been secured didt.jly with wearing apparel, as a again paid considerable attention to my table and chairs "You. shouldn't say Setting, cf my health. I was in .,f th,. sMtno fiirm th?re Is a vnratiou 'tho record of the Stanley adiulnlstra- for it. L'nlforms of all nations, 'majority lost all personal effect. bed lor weeks, unable to operations of dear. It Is "sitting." between the calendar r Corptif Chnstt, it Hon and Its appointees In office with and Hohahillfitlcn "No," 'setting' is what I meant. I weapons. airplanes, documents I had such a get up. V a ml" the pest tVe Hessian fly. combat weakness and dizziness, think they're hatching out trouble munitions used in collection.- constitute is beenming lii.Ttasiuglv oideiu. regard to the conduct of penal utd I olds out longeron Mie southern slope largely on outside sources, tit .charitable 'nstitutlous. rests Detroit Free I'ross. the balance of the . . . and the pains were for some-body' of tho hill, and Iioiicd tno safe-see. so financially destructive was the very s:vere. A friend Is later, while it is earlier; ing period Utor.u to local Interests that it s nd- - "I Spent SI on KILLS HATS. p mill Suetl Horblne is the medicine that cures o 1 mc I Iiad tried every-Ih'- ig hill ,.n tin- - northern slope of the 'mitted hi the city's foremost citizens Hie li it e or a Ho-- ." tclse, why not ... .i... ......w. r. inv.t Imi iis nt such a biliousness, malaria and constipation. tho old ,tnat not only on Its own resources James McCuire, famous Hog U;ils The first dose makes you feel better. and mice that's Cardui?.. . I did, and point the generation of files succumbs ,a destroyer. Conies ln cout ti10 city rebuild, at least for a er of New Jersey says, "I advise every , soon saw it was helping few additional doses cure complete- - reliable, rodont food, number or years, any considerable farmer troubled with rats to use 'M If.'. .,. ... me . . . Aflcr 12 bottles, I'rlce 00 cents. Sold by Ohio cakes no mixing with other v. i n.. fnll'ly- - ,.. . ..... " lilU llJi-SI purt 0f tho iuildinK. destroyed. 1 am strong T..nif -- " Tried everything to go. . ill Your money back If It falls. and well." " of Hessian flios appear generation USc size (1 cake) enough for Panj rid of rats. Spent $1 on a week or and dovolop rapidly within try, Kitchen or '''liar. Figured tho rats It killed, saved tho . TAKE so. This makes lt possible ror grain for Chicken G0c slzo (2 Chkes) P price of ii hog." conies winter IN growers to regulate their FOR FLETCHER'S coops, or small buildings. House, in cake form. No mixing with other so as to operation j wheat-sowin- g f $1.00 size (5 cakos) enough for all food. Cats or dogs won't touch It. fly. storago avoid loss and damage from the and farm Three sizes, 'tic, GOc and 1.00. There is no remedy or succor for the building!, or factory buildings. 'Sold and guaranteed by J. V. Citso-bio- r,' IHtlTSSHKH CO.MI'l.irrKS wheat crop once it is In 'he pisses' Soul and guaranteed by J. :'. Caso- Taylor's Drug Actou Ilros., CASK AGAINST WILHKL.M slon of the fly. Considerable losses Mrs. Courtney Tells How She bier, Acton Ilros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke, and Wnlkor crop from i to the current winter wheat Was Cured by Lydia E. 1,Ktpro. Williams & Duke and Walker London, Sept IS Tho Attorney Myrtb. the Hessian fly havo already boon Myrtle. lias General, Sir Cordon Mowart, P.'nlrnm: VnWrarilf. and from the Shenandoah AMIIHICA.V (Jl'NS. completed tho case for tho prosecu Compound. Valleys. Straw-falle- n FKANCK DI'Kl'LV (JKATIJI'TIi Cumberland of tho former German emperor tion wheat duo to this cause has been l'Olt HKCOGNITION OF I. Geo. Hlnes, who recently left according to the Mirror. The plnco Do you feel weak, dizOsknloosn. Iowa." For years I was ! commonly in these regions by for America, declared that when for the trial has not yet been settled .. misery from n weakness and s .i zy, worn-ou- t? lien the Is your thu U;ilted Slates Department of Agr- simply In the armistice was signed only 24 awiui pains unu iculture, and tho percentage of Infeslack of good health caused nothing seemed to Chamber of Deputies opcni! this af-d- o American typo guns were In opera.lust What She Needed. me any p;ood. A teruoon, Paul Deschunel, the pres!-frien- d tation lias increased very materially tion on the battle front. These, lie from any of the com"I used a bottlo ot Chamberlain's safd, were not advised mo (leut( rea(l tho resolution passed by during tho past year. Reports mado in America but plaints so common to trmo ago and thoy prov Tablets soiiio sta-o- s lUmm of from the western half of the In I'nglund from American designs. IMnkham'a Vop;e- - thp u,,Ue'1 ed to bo just what I needed," writes women? Then why not Miwisslpp! Hasln also Indicate mm tablo Compound. I t'ltives In recognition of July 14. M. give Cardui a trial? did so and Rot ro- - ij.,.,hauel expressed deep gratltiulo Airs. Volta ISankson, Chllllcotho, Mo. abundance of tho pest. It lief right away. I f()r tho vot0 BaynK: -- This fraternal "They not only relieved 1110 of Indishould surely do for you Piewnlatho .MeiiMiri" (liven. up my Hvor ami rid F0R FLETCHER'S command thi3yvalS"i"'anifestation proves the existence gestion but toned ilrowors of winter wheat arc what it has done for so mo of backache and dizziness that I to practice Immediate control able medtcino to 'of indissoluble Bonds between Franco many thousands of other subject to for somo time. had beon other women who amt the United States which will measures advocated by the departwomen who suifered if for It has trn,ut0 t0 the maintenance of poaco They did 1110 a world ot good and I I', s. I'OIICI'S OVKHSKAS following eight ment tixports. Tho done ouch cood : . .... TOTALKH 5:,70.i, A I'd. ill will nlways speak a good word for should help you back lo control measures, if rigorousme worm, cardinal work for me and I know it wlli.heln .thiougnoui in health. Ills words were warmly applauded them." ly enforced and adhered to by every others If they will givo it a fair trial." Washington, Sept. 18. American n -- Mrs. Lizzie Couktney, 1088th Ave., ',y owner, will prevent tho tho Chamber. grain Ask some lady friend tropps who remain overseas numberMOItllOW MAKUS I'UIILIC West, Osknioosa, lowa. and spread of the pest: who has taken Cardui. Why will women drag niong irom uay a.... I. r n ! nllAl I. t HaIII NAM US OF PHOPOSKP ItOAItO ed 5.1,705, August 'II, according to llfl Do not sow wheat on stubblo It a cabled report recolved by tho War She wi'l tell you how it and you arc dull, tlred and possible to avoid it. Department. In Franco the A. K. F. Kdwln Albany, Ky Sopt. 19 helped her. Try Cardui. l'low under nil Infested stubblo and cuch letters as this are continually being rtlscourageu it is a sign oi approacn-publisheEvery woman who sulTere jB ialarla or chills. You should Morrow, ot Somerset, candidate for strength was 40,706; In Germany 12,. rulnod wheat whore practicable soon ,t from displacements. Irregularities, in-,llllck,y t0 ward off an attack. Governor on tho Republican ticket, S55 and in Great Uritatn 144. lifter harvest, especially whore this AH Tho forces In Germany nro to bo offers you the help you need. announced hero yesterday tho person with tho growing docs not Interfere nel of tho bipartisan Hoard ot Con- - reduced lo approximately 0,800, com UnangO OI 1,U0 euoum givo una juuiuua n uusiiuja ihu jiiuiunui buiui, uti.vo of clover and forage grassos. pormanont Pink- - out an itUpUrItIos and makes you foel trol which tho platform ot his party ( prising tho Amorlcan l.7 Destroy all volunteer wlmat by har- root nnd herb remedy, Lydla E. pledged him to namo at tho opening ( rengtn in tno occupieu area. At the Price brteht. vigorous and cheerful rowing, disking, plowing, or othorSold by Ohio County Drug of his campaign. The nominee pro- - time ot tho report tho officers In Ger Medicine Co, Lynn, Masa. Tho result CO cents. w'su. your service. Company. m.inlsed to aupolut this board, which many numbered COG aud thu muu , l'low, all winter wlunit Itnd u oarly pf its long expend w ia at ' ' ; fly-frede-l))- (J WHEN TO SOW WHEAT 'nnd deeply as oxlstlng conditions per-jml- t, FEWER FLU VICTIMS tu c' . low-yon- rs pre-Kuns- " Think a XTIEN you see this famous think a minute the delicious taste of fresh toasted bread! al-th- j iV""1 ghat '"a I "' " "J, - "$ "! S'r.VSfT-.f-f , . - I i! It's toasted Z e ' 1 1 ' m-ij.- w" .... ... s I I..... - ..h... grain-diseas- """ rIe w.-y- I safe-seedi- ........... essi-nat- e .?.... 1 b-- ,..,. Sick Women ' , -- ii.ir.,rii,.n oc-so- ' ' ; ; ." Hiit-Sna- ' i HAT-SNA- P, '. HAT-SNA- KAT-SNA- 1SE Foe yea Children Cry CASTO R A I HAT-SNA- A u r The Woman's Tonic .. I'u-ro- ad-vii- r, Oliildren Ory C ASTO R 'A ... Intro-ductio- j5fll?rS?ra; d. SlwKfel'JS&'lSi; I"""., Druggists SXlffiaSikhS; , r DRIVE ON BOOZE Hold lll'tlgO AhUiimIIIi'm (ii'iiiiil luij 10 bushels. Hut, If In youth, wnstcfulness and Sweet Potatoes, 100,000,000 bush'rolt Indulgence, superflchillty the lW ChlrnRo. Sept 20. Federal JutlRa Home, Sept. IS ltnly hns nchlcv els; 86, .100,000 bushels. with no thought of living for l.iiiidls tudny lifld Hlxlcnn men to tho .thought of tho morrow, Is cultivated. ed n great hydrostatic feat in tho sal Huckwlicat, 17,200,000 bushels; Krntid Jury on IidiicIh of $lfi,l)iio each then, indeed, is this llouso built upon vngo of her grcnt supcrdrcadnought, 17,200,000 In hoof HintiKKlliu; eimeM, which urono Leonardo da Vinci, which wont down Apples, 153,000,000 bushels; the Hands. from tho iiHcrim! transportation of bushels. Sound investment lnys a sourd in order to savo a neighboring town Hay, 102,000,000 tons; 00,400,000 linr ncroHH tin) WIhcoiihIii nnil Illinois inundation. Fortunes best base Is nnd Italian and allied warships nearby II up Tho drive wits tho first sweep IT. S. Government securities. F, M. from tho effects of n tcrrlhlo explo-iln- u tons. ing effort to stop the auto of liquor Coglln. aboard, the inquiry Into which Is In ChlrnKO since tlie snpposotl closing Mill proceeding. WILL HIILLCITV. mm A clockwork bomb brought by an of Riilonns July 14. Included In tho Swellings of tho flesh cnusdd by Hut of men held to the i?rnnd Jury wIim Ulds are now open for the sale cold, fractures of tho unknown li.ind from Switzerland ex"Jim" O'Lenry, fninoiis (IhlrnRo sa- bone, toothache, .neuralgia or rheu- ploded, setting fire to a s'ipply of of Nltro,-W- . Yo., situated In the footTho matism run bo relieved by Applying tinphliin cIofo to n store of large cali- hills of the Appalachian mountains. bookmaker. nnil loonkeeper other men nro driven? of trucks' In llallard's Snow Miilment. It should ber projectiles prepared for gun prac- Tho 'city has n population of about which heer was tnuiNpiirtcd nnil tice, which was about to be hold In 20,000. It wns built during the war bo well rubbed In over tho part mid linrtcnders linpllriit-e- d g the open sea. and Intended as a smoklcss powder Its great healing nnd In the seizure of thousands of hot-tiIn vlow of tho appalling danger manufacturing center. Us plants, power eases tho pain, reduces of heer at Zlon City, half way .swelling and restores natural condi- that the explosion, which had already however, were In operation only 10 liutweon ChleiiKo and Kenosha, WIh. tions. Prlcq 25c, 50c nnd $1.00 per licgun, could not fall to Ignnto tlio ditys before the nrmlstlco was sign The truck drivers were charRed bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug whole powder magazine, Commander ed. During this brief period about ulth consplnicy to violate tho fodernl Coniniiy. ordered the valves c,000, 000 pounds of powder were m law forhlddliiK the Interstate, transt In order to sink tho ship, d- - jducod. Tho city is equipped with portation of ali'oholle drinks. lug himself tho next day from Injuries every modern convenience. Tho V. H. S. IX Sl'XUAV SCHOOLS. Soon after tho hearing got under received while trylnc to control the ground for tho site was broken in way, Judgu Landls summoned Cltl'if tFobruary, 1918, nnd In 10 months At the State Convention of the explosion if Police Unrrlty and Slates Attorney Tho Italians never resigned thoin somo $70,000,000 worth of construc- AssociaKentucky Sunday Schools lloyne Into court to "learn soinethlnt; tion, held In Ashland, Ky., last mouth selves to tho loss of their six super- - tlon work was accomplished. The In Clitcu-K- o about, the liquor situation the following resolutions were passed dreadnoughts and efforts havo never property includes the powder plant " When Chief Garrlty appeared by Unanimous vote of tho delegates been relaxed to refloat the Leonardo classed ns the second largest smokeIn court Judge Lnndls said: present representing tho Sundny It wns an almost Insuperably diffi- less powder plant In tho world vacult task, .since the vessel overturned rious other Industrial units erected to "Intel estliiK" Kind. Schools of the State. 'I have Just Htunihled onto soino-thlii- B "We endorse the movement Inau- las rfhe sank and her immensely heavy .preparo tho Ingredients essential to ipowdor making, and tho civic com- InterestliiB. chief, and I think gurated by the I'nlted States Treas- ,guns, Including thirteen twelve-Inc- h you ought to know about It. That ury Department for the organization beramo (Irmly Imbedded In tho sand ,)nunlty to which tho United States nl- Is, tho Importation of beer Into Chi- of Thrift Societies among the people at tho bottom of the sea. Ulds may bo sent to so holds title. It has required months of patlonl. 'the office of tho ordnance district cago " and recommend tho organization of After getting several of the saloon- a Thrift society In every Sunday strenuous work to remove the can - saivage board, 1710 Market street, Inou. the difficulties encountered be- - 'Philadelphia, Pa. These must bo keepers and others Implicated In their School of the State." tho Ptorles, Judge Uindls stopped passed, jlng so enormous that divers were for the entire town and bidders are Not only was. this resolution e- proceedings mid said: required to submit a preliminary but this movement Is nindo as a pt.it obliged to invent new technical In this court, "You see hero todny, Engineers who In pedlents which will bo useful to the check for $500,000. of tho Sunday School work and disregard for the law Is what put tho many counties Stamps aro being pur- whole world for future salvage wur't. have surveyed the property declare what put this country dry. This utter chased and sent to the Kontucky SunWhen the ship had been lightened that the plants may readily bo con-o- f bi ewers out of business." everything !emoablc sno wis vert0d Into commercial industries day School Association to form part Sold Iteal Iteer. J,.itisr when tightly scaled and the water force md are adaptable especially for chem-o- ut of tho endowment fen' Jncob Frank, ono of the saloon- thesO Stamps will mature the funds by extremely powerful pumps in- - cai manufacturing or cotton and keepers held, admitted he had Fold will he reinvested and tho Income will Jecting compressed air Into her hull jWood pulp paper making. 2.75 her cent beer, whereupon tho ho used for some now work among Tho vessel gradually rose to (he Judgo addressed Chief Garrlty: Mirlace, her keel, howoer, pointing Finding Ago By Teeth. children. the (skyward, but by a series of horcnlean "Stand up, Chief." Then to tho saloon-keepe- r: Farmc:s Bulletin 1060, Just pub"Not even the horrors of war could operations the great vessel was gradu"Jake, I want to introduce you to dim tho optimistic nature of tho dar- - ally restored to her normal position. lished by the United States Departthe chief of police." 'ky," dcclnrcjl Gen. Crowder, and odd-led- : She ig now ready to bo towed Into ment of Agilculture, tells how to asThe Judge naked tho chief how it h "1 remember ono darky in dock, where In duo time sho will be certain by their teeth the age of cattle happened that beer could bo sold with receiving his discharge, said: "No. restored to her former alue nnd eftl- - froln calfhood to about 12 years of policemen on patrol duty. Tho chief sah, Ah age. The bulletin is illustrated witn ain't got no kick .ornln" 3bor ciency. hid the liquor said the saloon-keeper- s Fix drawings, which will aid the stock do war. Ah had do most excite:-- ent when the policemen entered tho bars. and do most incal In all matt life. 'farmci In Judging the ago of his own AND STATE CHOP Chemical analysis of tho beer seized Honest, Captain Ah neber nita.ie.1 a ESTIMATE FOIt SEPT., 1!1 animals or of Those ho mry desire to in transit showed that it contained purchase. It Is for free distribution "Never missed a meal? It moall" from 2 9S to 3.34 per cent alcohol. doesn't seem possible." "Well sail, Office of Field Agent. 520 Custom In localities where it has become Ah sure got nil mine. Ob courr.u, House. Louisville. Ky.. Sept. 12. 1919. Jteail What V. S. Oept. or Agriculture homo of deni was three or foah days Kentucky's crop prospects now In- - established tho currant maggot, an in- late in arrlvln," hut Ah got 'em cc.-tuall- Itlicato tho production of 424,490,000 '.sect for which there is no sitlsfactory Says About Wluit Two Huts Can Do Just do same." pounds of tobacco compared to pros- - 'Miethod or contiol. practically prohlb- According to government figures, mm pects July 1 for 422.17S.000 pounds, lis the successful growing of both cur .two rats breeding continually for 3 "Parson," exclaimed Ephralm, "l'a and 427.500.000 pounds produced last .rants and gooseberries. V'ears produce :I5U,709,4S2 Individual got 'llgion 'llglon, I tell you." year, according to the Government you see tho first rat. rats. Act when Tho dairy farmer not only studies Tint's fine, brother! You are go- crop report Issued hero today by ,11. P Is tho surest, don't wult. ing to lay usldo all sin?" F. Ilryant. fiold agent for the U. S. how to feed his cow, but how to feed leanest, most convenient exterminaHe is not a soil robber, as "Yes, sah." Good his land. lJurenu or Crop Estimates. tor. No mixing with other foods. "You aro going to church?" growing weather now, however, is ho realizes that tho farmer who relenves no Drys up after killing "Yes, likely to Increaso this cstimato very duces tho fertility or his land robs Einoll. Cats or dogs won't touch It. "You aro going to caro for the much beforo the tobacco Is nil cut, without reason, since ho steals from Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-hle- r. wldowb?" as there was a largo ncreage of Into himself. Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug "Ah, yes, sah." tobacco that is growing fast now and Store, Williams &. Duke, nnd Walker "What's the. Idea of sitting In tho "You aro going to pay your dohts?" tho total acreago is considerably MyrUc. "Sah? Dat ain't 'llglon; dat's greater than last year. Tho United barn hero all by yourself?" uttblness." St. Louis "Well" answered Farmer Corntos- States crop of tobacco is now cstimat HOPKINSVII.I.i: SHOWS ed at 1,279,000,000 pounds compared sol, "if tho summer boarders aren't 1'ltOIIIIIITlOVS VAIA'IJ "Aro thoy well mated?" to 1.340,000,000 pounds produced Playin' Jazz on the phonograph they are quarrelln' over the league of na "I should say so. Ho seems to be last yoar. llopklnsvllle, Ky., Sept. 20 In An nblo to make money almost as fust as Kontucky crop Is estimated nt tions, so I'm llngerin' out hero with Tho gust 1018, 191 cases were docketed in sho can spend it." Detroit Free 7O,6S2,000 bushels because of drouth. tho cattle and restln' my mind." pollco court of Hopkliihvlllo, of Press. ' tho Last years crop was 93,600,000 bush- Washington Star. which 110 were drunks. Last mouth, ms els. Oats aro estimated at 9,500,000 prohitho second month of war-tim- e Maud Major, Is It true that once LI VIA, KOUTK U. fiushols compared to 9,789,000 bushbition, Hopkinsvlile had 53 cases els last year; potatoes 4.G8J.000 during tho war ono of tho enomy died docketed and of theso S warrants Soveral from horo attended the bushols compared to 5,625,000; sweet to save your llfo? charged drunkenness. Major Ulunty Yes. fuller ll, of Mr. Oland Ilrooks, nt potatoes 1,125,000 bushels compared Twenty-seve- n arrests on drunk Uarno'.t .i Creek, Sunday. Maud How noble! How did It to 1,235,000; barley 190,000 bushels charges niado August 31, 1918, were Mrs. Otis Clark and little daughtors compared to 190,000; apples 2,190,-00- 0 happen? iiot docketed until September 2, of Georgia ,Mao, and Myrtle France.! and him. Major Uluntly I killed bushols compared to 3,780,000; that year, the first being Sunday, and Miss Ophelia French, spent Kndiy and sorghum for sirup 2,631,000 gal- Farm and Homo. theio would swell the total of August, night and Saturday with frlend.i and lons compared to 2,826,000 gallons 1918, to 218, showing "Has our client a good case?" relatives, at l'ellln. mndo last year. "Good for $1000." Boston Transunder dry rule of nearly 80 por cent Mr. Tlnsloy, the Porter agent, was Hogs on hand for fattening in Ky., cript. In tho number or warrants. In this community, this week. aro 2 per cent more numerous than The reduction In tho number of is Mr. Wnltor Hell, of Utlca, vlpitod this time last year and 5 per cent on Irrnk charges, In.li'dlng this his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Hell mora numerous than usual. Unless 27 not Included In tho August, 191 S, Tuesday. tho corn crop turns out bottor than report wan 94 por cent. These Mrs. Josio Clark is visiting her now expected this Is llkoly to prove cover fair week nt Ilopkinsvllln daughter, Mrs. John Childress, or qnlto a problem for many farmers. In former yours tho Owensboro. In each year. rwho had planned to feed hogs this police had a strenuous time handling Mr. Ernest Mayfleld, of Red Hill, fall. In the United States there aro 49 the cioxmIs nt times. Chief Hopor spent Saturday night with his cousin, now 4.C por cent less hogs. than in! reports littlo elso to do fair week Mr. Eugcno Mayfleld. Physicians nnvo found lais. wool prouueuon in Keniucny -- this year, except traffic work. . summer was 3,211,000 pounds a most effective and this Tho largest number of arrests lust compared to 3,058,000 pounds last satisfactory remedial EGGS! X. month was for speeding, 24 beinp year. agent in looked on that charge. In KenCondition of other EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC tucky is: buckwheat crops per cent; 80 The IScxt Ailvcitl.scincnt. Produces Eggs. clover for seed 85; millet 75; pasture Tho host advertisement aiiy mor-chu"The Waterway to Health" 72; field TRY A 75c PACKAGE. beans 70;peas, cowpeas etc., 74; field can havo Is a satisfied custombroom corn 75; cabbage The American Medicinal Miner. No greater recommendation can If not satisfactory in 15 or 20 eral Water bottled a the 65; onions 85; tomatoes 75; grapes bo given nn article than tho following Spring without any condendays your money refunded. 65; poars 35. sing oe fortifying whatever. by B. 11. Mllburn, Prop., Guion Drug detailed statistics and reMoro Store, Guion, Ark. "Wo havo sold The only egg producer sold ports on crop and livestock for any Chamborlnln'a Cough Hemedy for under money back guaran(state or the United States may be ob Dose: Table spoonful in years and havo always found that it Egg-a-Da- y Hen Tonic tained from tho United 'States Bureau in tee. Class of "Water gives perfect satisfaction." Estimates, 520 Custom of Cron o Also prescribed by phyfor Roupe, Sore Head,White lirmmn l.niilKvllle. Kv.. or 309 Federal sicians for constipation, AS T1IK FOUNDATION Building, Charleston, W. Va. indigestion, high blood KO THE 8TUUCTUKK Diarrhoea. now crons aro United pressure, hardening of We also handleJDead Shot estimated States total tho first figures ! as follows; arteries ana sKin aucc-tion- s. Itullt upon a solid basis, nn edifice Insect Powders for Fowls. giving Sept. 1919 estimates and the Money back ii not satisfied. assesses stability that defies storms Manufactured and guaran- last, December, 191,8 estimates: . On prescription and tho raging pf tho elements. Built Corn, 2,858,000,000 bushols; n destruction teed by The Progressive irom your upon shitting sands bUBhels. or at comes without warning and ut any Mfg. Co., 600 W. Walnut St., your druggists'. All wheat, 923,000,000 bushels; moment. Th Devonian 917,000,000 bushels, Mineral Sprint Co. A llfo started and trained in Thrift, Louisville, Ky. 1,225,000,000 bushels; (incorporatcaj Oats, frthought and wlso saving, lays the Owentboro, Ky. For sale by Ohio County bushels. t.ffmilat on or a cnaracier mm :uu Rye, 84,600,000 bushels; 90,200,- 'Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. know and t'rasp opportunities that I to-dn- y 170,-000,0- 00 pene-'tnitlties Soininl-Plcennrdlpro-open- ed 'can meet life's emergencies with that DREADNOUGHT RAISED 000 bushels. Unrley, Hir.,000,000 bushels; calm strength borno only from tlm bushels. knowledge- that It is masier oi evcy Itatlleship Sunk My Italians To Save To Potatoes, 304,000,000 Int.; situation. City Flouted 25C,-000,0- 400,-000,0- 00 '$ iv .ni 'a v 3 JprM vM i -- ,,, .irA A FLavo FLour Baking ' d "OU would be even better satisfied thaa she is, for you would know by the flavor what wonderful flour is "FLavo". ' -- Nearly all of the rich, sweet, nut-lik- e Ilavor 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 revolutionizing (lour milling, for while it leaves the Ilayor in the ilour on account of of the essential oils of the wheat berry, it al0 leaves in the (lour more of the necessary vitainiues. The protein of the hread baked from this (lour is. more easily assimilated ho it is a better bread for children and those having a tendency to indigestion from eating fresh bread. 1 FLour", for it X You will cat more bread if it is made from "FLavo i.- delicious.. . Tli is dour is made in. many communities thioughout (he United States, but is only manufactured, by, the American Midget Marvel mill and sifted through silks of 109 meshes to the inch.. Everywhere people are demanding this better flour. You can easily enjoy good bread again. ' $ , , .' , , I Get it fresh from the mill or your grocer. If there write " y. is not yet one of these mills in your us for the nearest one. " com-iniini- ty i jcjj We will also be glad to send you TH E STORY OF A WONDERFUL FLOUR MILL." Anglo-American HAT-SNA- j.wrri?mx nnToait Trust Bldg. amcucan iMUMUuavcLnoux miu. sah-ree- ." Mill Company 660-67- 0 Owensboro, Kentucky Globe-Deuiocr- at , FLAVO FLOUR Manufactured and Sold by W. C. EVERLY & SON, Centertown, Ky. Order a Sack Today. re-pii- its Kheumatic Affections EYONK For ti Burglar Insurance Is carried by BANK OF & & l i & & i & & & & & & ?V & HARTFORD. If you do Ohio o o & & nt business with us your interests are protected. County's oldest financial 0 64 Doses $1.00 & & & &' & & s & pny-sicia- BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY.. i 0 & 0 ;T 9 r ho will nnnolnt tho following Ilonrd of Control for nil State Chnrltablo nnd Penal Institutions, Dr. W. A. Gnn- field, Danville, president of Centre according to law nt thOfl""cn Entered Similar words liavo been spoken by College; Dr. George W. Sprngue, Postolllce, Hartford, Ky., as mail other candidates, Governor. Why not Lexington, eminent specialist In matter of the second class. follow a different plnn? Why not nervous diseases; Edward W. lllnes, to let tho pcoplo know right now the Louisville, chnirmnn, Kentucky CounAddress all communications names of tho persons whom you In- cil of Defense; Fred M, Sackctt, Tho Hartford Republican. Louisville tend to appoint? Louisville, former Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky; Mr.. Lafon NOTICE TO SUUSCMI1EHS. Rlker, Harrodsburg, president AssoSubscribers desiring tho paper sent ciated Women's Clubs; Clarence U. EVIJRYIIODY'S DOING IT to a now address must glvo tho old McElroy, Howling Green, Attorney address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Let's all strike! Tho policemen nnd Mrs. Allco Hcgnn Rice, Louis)or lino, and 6c per lino for addition-t- l havo been at it In Boston; nnd the ville, noted writer nnd social worker, Insertion Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards cub reporters of New Haven whoso tho lieutenant governor; S Thruston chairman. of Thanks, 6c per lino, monoy In ad- Jobs, ordinarily, aren't worth a pica- Mallard, to net as vance. yune, havo been stacking pens nnd Three of tho members of tho board Church Notices for services froo, and nro Republicans nnd thrco are but other ndvertlsonicnts, 6c per lino. asserting their rights. Actors prowith ono Independent. The joined tho will actresses recently Anonymous communications receivo no attention. letariat movement nnd brought tlu legislature will bo asked to give tho built. tyrant managers to time. A delega Doard full powers. Tho lnrge thing about Mr. Morrow's d agitators out in tion of TELEPHONES. proposed Hoard is thnt each nnnio Is COURIKR-.IOUHXASeattle gavo their ordors, first hand THE 123 Cumberland immediately recognized ns thnt of n to the president, while ho was there; A Trump Card. CO Farmers Mutual great citizen of tho type on which and they, Hko the railroad brother "Mr. Morrow, Republican candidate hoods, In their talk to Congress, said for Governor, is playing more than a progress nnd justice nro bulldcd. . SEPTEMBER 20 in FRIDAY.-substance: "lie quick about things, smooth game of politics when, as he There aro no respectnhlo effigies to Mr. Government, or wo'll tie up tho did yesterday, he announces In ad- bo found there. The first impresIndustries of tho country with vance of tho November election his sion these names givo Is not of Republicans or Democrats, orators or ' strikes." selection for Important appointments. writers. dissents American "Who said so?" It is more than smooth, because zenship. They stand for high citiThe Times feels Justified Citizens questioning!-- . it is wlse'T Its wisdom lies in Its "Sam Gompers," is the answer. And frankness, In its expression of n wil- from its belief In Governor Hlnck's Snm, with his fine organization, is lingness on the part of a candidate ideals and from tho reasons which man in the for office to tell the voters something have induced it to support his candi the biggest single-fiste- d United States. Senator Myers warns which they would like to know. dacy, In predicting thnt his hoard thnt tho success of his program" in Heretofore tho disposition of candi will stand for citizenship Just ns organizing policemen will extend to dates has been to puff tho public hope high and for regeneration tho surer tho affiliation of the army and navy with unlimited promises, only to al- becauso he is more likely to have out his with the American Federation of La low the pcoplo to trust to luck and nn opportunity to enrry bor. And the Senator is not lone- - then to be surprised nnd disappoint pledges. somo In the holding of these views. ed! The nbovo editorials commending Whenever Secretary of Labor Wil A Governor must depend upon the ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. son goes out to make a speech ono character of his assistants nnd agents Mr. Morrow's appointments wore Courier-Journa- l, and might almost suspect that he was for tho niiallty of his administration. published In the The Times, September 19th, g for Sam Gompers. It habeen long a practice to choose For Governor While the Secretary is sano enough those assistants and agents by the EDWIN P. MORROW. MORE BASE BALL with refcrenco to the basic differences low test of political utility Instead of Lieutenant Governor between labor nnd capital, still it is by tho high ono of quail- S. THRUSTON BALLARD. apparent that his department is very , flcation Central City Secretary of State partisan, and its attitude towards Kentucky has suffered from strong vs. FRED A. V AUGHT. the conditions of unrest nrc, to say hopes and broken promises. Its Beaver Dam tho least, not discouraging to those charitable and penal Institutions have Attorney General "educated geniuses" outside the agi- too frequently been operated as poli- On the Mcllenry grounds SUNDAY, CHAS. I. DAWSON. tators ranks whose inflainatory modes tical auxiliaries, rather than as real SEI'TE.MHKR 28, game will bo cull Auditor Pub. Acct's of speech suggest tho thought that asylums for tho weak, real hospitals ed at 2:ao P. M. JOHN J. CRAIG. they could perforin a patriotic duty for the sick or institutions for the Supt. Pub. Instruction to their country by holding their .scientific handling of criminals. The GET A HOAR THAT GEO. M. COLVIN. tongues. WILL MAKE GOOD Hoard of Control may bo a curce or Clerk Court Appeals Socialism appears to bo digging its (blessing, according to the ROY 11. SPECK. grave as n distinctive doctrine, cd service and abilities of Its Make your selection carefully nnd Commissioner of Agriculture seeks to hide its identity while ;bers. ' Tho names presented by Mr. you arc sure to get a boar that will W. C. HANNA. plans are being sponsored, officially, 'Morrow as his choice for tho board make good. See" mo beforo you buy and unofficially by the very men who Uiot only noticeably lack tho odor of .your herd boar. I havo 8 nlco ones, Treasurer t protest that they hate it. political partisanship, but they aro sired by Kentucky's model and they JAMES WALLACE. of such character as to carry instant U1C3 DI11M11U& 11 JUL Ul W1USS, BIU UIIU State Senator I havo some of the Individuality. assurance of ability and integrity. DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT GEORGE RAKER. Mr. Morrow has played a strong best blood In tho DUROC family and OF PEOPLE'S INSURANCE Representative can save you SO per cent on a boar. card. ISAAC S. MASON. W. A. HELL, In discussing' Gov. Hlack nnd the In 1916 the Democratic Legisla Routo 7, Hartford. Ky ture passed a law creating what is charitable and penal Institutions, the 13tSp a. on Monday, SeptemIt is thought that President and known ns the State Insurance Rating Courier-JournMrs. Wilson may spend tho week- Hoard, whoso duty it is to look after ber Stht, said: For Sale 160 acre farm, end after next, nt their home in Wash- insurance rates and protect the peo"It is well enough to pledge In a known 'as the Joe Everly ington, p. 0. ple from unjust and discriminating general way the selection for tho Hoard of Control, without regard to farm. Price $10,000. It is rates. Thh Hlafo Jnsuranco Rating Our privute opinion is, that If Hoard has cost the Taxpayers of their politics, men and women of in the best farming com"Uncle Jofinle" Shell had been forced Kentucky during tho Jnst three years highest personal character and pecumunity in Ohio County. For to run a weekly newspaper for a live- the enormous sum of $77,918.34 In liar fitness for work, hut a more Jmeciflc statement of tho methods In- further particulars, see, lihood and on top of that live In salaries and traveling expenses. bone-dr- y territory, he would havo has this Insurance Rat- tended to accomplish this would havo What S?od CAL P. KEOWN, This been desirable. ommlssion. given up the ghost and gone to glory ing Doard done for you? Hartford, Ky. ubout a hundred years uro, How do your premiums now com- however, the nomine for Governor announcing pare with what you used to pay be- can adequately supply by 1" Tho I'tallroiulers Inliy all .strike, tho foro this Stanley administration bill in ndvanco tho names of those whom coal inlnprs may strike and tho steel became a law? he proposes to appoint to tho board's workers may ljkowlse emit, but there's Yoil knuj' that your premiums nro membership. not any danger hut there will be left from ono ami one-haIt is presumable that Gov. niack to two and plenty of fellows here and thero to one-ha- lf times larger than ever be- Is not less sagacious or less candid than Mr. Morrow. yIf ho Is to justistill work a steal iis often US' oppor- fore. tunity is given. This is another evidence of the fy public support ho cannot afford to let Mr. Morrow's Ingenious play Stauley "economy" administration. My Lyman Barrett, who formergo untrumped. Tho day Is rlpo for The Taxpayers aro not only paying Why? Too much loss In No. ly edited the Hartford Herald, is higher taxes than over, but'nlso high- pollticul regeneration, for now meth- time and money. Do you handle job again after conback on tho ods, for an uppcal to popular confi er Insurance rates. milk the old fashion way? Yes, besiderable time spent in tho 'service Don't you think Its tlmo to e'ean dence, for the subordination of mere cause you do not know tho U. S. A. Mr. Harrett is a labor of tho politics to tho Ideal of good governand havo a now deal all splendid gentleman, a good news- houso ment. Government Is not originally saving, money making qualities of " around. paper neighbor, and we heartily welcreated to provide jobs for "the boys" tho Do Laval Cream Separator. Don't come him back Into tho folds of tho but to carry on a groat und lofty task bo misled, but ask your neighbors. ALL 1.V RURAL CONFERENCE I am giving you a list of Do Laval order of tho "quill drivers." At number 19 school house, Satur In a solemn spirit. Moro and more is users In your neighborhood. Ask tuno of' tho tlmo. this the day, September 27, 1919, Heing both editor and business It is now nut only Gov. lllack's thorn nnd then call us for a demonIn Every man, woman and child manager of this paper, notwithstandf It will stration. On account of tho inusual county is Invited to come and turn, but his opportunity. an earnest consultation with our-se- lf Ohio something about theso tour hearten his friends and strengthen demand for tho Do Laval machine hiK wo aro having trouble in getting wo can't exactly make up our learn vital subjects, Health, Homo Eco him in the eatiriiute of tbo hesitant thorn, but don't buy until you. have mind what to do with refcrenco to a who may foar n Democratic victory 'strike. Wo talked tho matter over nomics, Agriculture und Education. for him, to announce his selection for tried n Do Laval, Lessen tho hmso Thesis .subjects will be discussed work, be prpgresslvo like your neighwith tho Dovll and ho, advised us by some of tho most ublo Speakers these Important posts, suggested to striko as editor. Ho The Governor .will speak promptly bors, get a De Laval, Somo users: nml Instructors of Kentucky. Geo. Schroadcr, Hartford. that wo would stU havo authority to t0 k'.v Mr-- Monwno 9:00 A. M. Community Singing " " Saturday oven-luHenry Pirtlo, Hartford, Ky. wrrfe tho checks on udvantfye in tho pending contest; and 9:30 School Exhibits by schools as if. M. W. U. Campbejl, Iartfrd, Ky. ho will announce selections of' such 0 of Division Mrs. Iglohart, Hartford, Ky. fine quality us to bring Instant con10:30 Athletic Bports by school About tho best exemplification of Will Ward, Hartford, Ky, good viction to tho .public mind of sanity and good.yitto wo havo noted boys and girls. Goo. A. Barnes, Heaver Dam, Ky. 12:00 Dlnnor, bring your lunches. faith, ability and high conscience In way of dress, hi a long time, In tho Mltchcl Render, Heaver Dam, Ky. 1:00, P. M. HeiiUh, American Red tho fnturo conduct of tho State's was a young lady .on tho streets with, El via Render, Heaver Daln, Ky. wu should judge.about a hundred dol- Cross. A. S. Chlnn, Heaver Dam, Ky. 1 : 30 Homo E onomics, College o! t lars worth of fur.'ns it sells, around Jas. Caldwell, Beaver Dam, Ky. TRE TIMES back, of her'neck mid shoulders Agriculture. the Emanuel Ward. Heaver Dam, Ky. "Hallelujah" r, 2:00 Education, Prof. J. R. cents worth of and not exceeding W. H. Phelps, Heaver Dam, Ky. "Por'tho flrtit tlmo sinco this news- Western Statu Normal. goods on tho front of nor anatomy Otis Slovens, Heaver Dam, Ky. 3:00 Agriculture-- College of Agri- (Tiupor has been 'observing politics it from tho walsl line up. W'o did not W. "M. Haynos, Beavor Dam, Ky. announce pus marked a lnvolcn the string of beads sbo woro. culture. Hcnhnm Leach, Heaver Dam, Ky. Tho credit for ho Rural Conference ment or intentions by a canuiuaio W. H, Shacklott, Contertown, Ky I belongs to Miss Carrie E. Southard which means just whut it says. When "if I shall bo elcctod- Governor .R. J. Barnard, Heaver Dam, R. 3. P.' Morrow, tho Republican will Immediately seek conference with who Is an Ohio County teacher. She Edwin untiring in hor efforts 'to guberndtdrl'dl candidate, declaimed a men and women of known business has been ago of tho reforms he ability and of .highest character, und mnko this a success. It is hoped thiit weok or riioro "best interest Mr. Geoffroy Morgan, and Miss Mary Intended to introduce Into tho State wbd havo at heart tho Beaver Dam, Ky. penal and charitable system he' mereof Kentucky, and with their aid and E. Sweeny, of tho Experiment Station CUMU. THOSE. ly said what all candidates say. Hut best quail- - will be here to speak on this Uute. pounel I will appoint the Dom-ocrats reel-eyepress-agentlnnt I al I"01' nml bost f,Uc'1 Persons to fill if iego pogUon9 nm, work out n plnn ,)y which our said Institutions can bo managed properly by the fewest posPublished "Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY sible number of employes on tlic Stnto Incorporated payroll, nml to the end thnt tho mny bo bnytght to the highest stnndnrd of efficiency nnd with H. TIXSI.KV, KtlHor W. the least possible cost to tho pcoplo nnd Business Manager. of tho Stnto". Govs Black's opening Whcj Harttord Republican tiii: nmn-nKcnie- nt when yestcrdnv ho nominated lii nil- OX MOItKOWtvnnco of election tho members of tho Hoard of Control ho in pledged to of n Kentucky people havo been tremen- appoint, ho proclaimed Btin-u- p dously stirred by tho announcement now dny In Kentucky. Mr. Morrow has made a number of of Kdwln P. Morrow, Republican cancoritiKit-iornxA- ii AXI) TIM KM THE NEW EDISON The Three Million Dollar Phonograph THOMAS A. EDISON invented the phonograph in 1877. After he improved his original phonograph to a point where his business advisers said to him : "You now have the best phonograph in existence. Let's go ahead and make it." Mr. Edison shook his head and replied : "I am k not going to put out, a new phonograph until it is so perfect that its reproduction of music can-notdetected from the be didate for Governor, that, if elected, speeches thus far in tho campaign. Ills opponent, Governor Jnnica I). INInck, docs not open his campaign untll tomorrow, so that ho has tho jKnico of a weekv or more to take tho (! "" .Air. Morrow. Kvery 8"o judgment nnd Impulse, ns well as overy need of tho Stnte, counsels him to meet tho Republican candidate In tho new political dawn by naming a Hoard of Control of equnl standing ho cannot bettor it in his first campaign declaration. That ho will namo such u Hoard early, if not tomorrow, Tho Times does not doubt. Thus tho November election becomes of paramount satisfaction In ono re spect; whoever wins, tho prisons nnd nsylums nro to bo put out .of1 politics nnd In tho hands of eminent citizens who nrc nbovo political considerations nnd nrc devoted to the soclnl reform for which prisons and asylums we're original music." Thomas A. Edison spent three miHion dol lars in cold cash to develop an instrument which matched the human voice and all kinds of musical instruments so perfectly that the' original could not be tolc from the reproduction or RECREATION, as it is now called. We are prepared to sell you today for $285, an exact duplicate of Edison's three million dollar phonograph. You may have extended payments if you desire that accommodation. First of all, however, we want you to hear this wonderful new instrument. May we have, the pleasure of demonstrating to you that Music's RECREATION is a reality and not merely fanciful phrase? E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. BRO. I J WAISTS THE FOR THRIFTY WOMEN The Wirthmor NEW MODELS NOW ON SALE Zsr Do You Cut lf Wheat With The Old Reap Hook? V all-Seaso- o Y fat J W'Moa The WIRTHMOR might be truthfully termed the Waists, for they are worn throughout the entire year by thrifty women, the nation over. This is due to theirjjnusual excellence, their unfailing dependability,"" their modest price, but perhaps more particularly because of the fact that the gs " NEW Styles are constantly being developed and shown here but a brief time after their origination. And so it is that WIRTHMOR styles are always timely as welr-a- tempting; appropriate as well as appealing; styleful as well as serviceable. In September we show the new September Models, just as in all the other months of the year we show the models made up for deliveries in the respective' months. s Still Priced at Just The Same Low Price Everywhere. See our line before buying elsewhere. $1.50 ' Alox-unde- SI pro-electi- Carson (EL Co. J. D. Williams & Sons Hartford, Kentucky. If you need a good ronil wagon or harness uf any sort sco ACTON 111103. Mr A W. Logan Is qulto homo on Union Street. 111 at his PHHHHBHHRHHHBHHiHMflHHKi8ilii'9Kl Ready to Wear! --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. Rev. A. 1). Litchfield Is nttcndlnc the annual conference of tho M. E. clnircli, South, ut Elktnn this week. Fresh oyster's todny. homo phone, No. 7C. Call over tho CASEMEll AND TAYLOR. Mr. C. 11. Leo Is dangerously ill nt Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cascblcr left Monday for Decatur, Ala., after hav- tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Stevo ing spent about a month here with Kills and Mr. Ellis. 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 Farm. Improvements consist of one house; I barn 30x50 ft.; well fenced and watered; 30 acres bottom land, 15 acres timber. Balance ik , cultivation. cash, balance in 1, 2, and 3 Terms years, interestat 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 hold and Kitchen Furniture. one-four- th . relatives. Get thoso fresh oysters you have Mr. J. I. Goodman, of tho Herald, boon tnlklng nbout from CASEMER attended tho hurlal of his brother, & TAYLOR. Homo phone No. 76. Mr. J. E. Goodman at Elkton last Mrs. John London, of Henderson, Saturday. visited her sister, Mrs. J. A. Ucnnett Mr. John Ross Taylor left yesterday and her niece, Mrs. C M. Harnett, of for Control Cl(y, where ho goes to ac- this placo this week. cept a position with tho Dames MerMiss Mary Ilean, who underwent nn cantile Co. operation for appendicits In a Douls-vlll- o Hospital some time ago, is re Miss Mary Hello Taylor, of Mncco, spent n few days hero this week, tho ported to bo rapidly recovering. guest of her sister, Mrs. n. IT. Kills Mrs. Rowan Holbrook Is spending nnd Mr. Kills. the week-en- d as tho guest of her Have you examined that four point, daughter, Mrs. Henderson Murphree heavy hog, Uarb Wire that WIL- and Air. Murphree, of Owcnsboro. LIAMS &. DUKE were ublo to pick up 133 Edward nnd Miss Mariam Likens id a bargain? have returned to their homo in WashPhnclnn McKenney, Noah Kowo ington, D. C, after spending several nnd Archie C. Johnson left hure Tucs-dn- y weeks hero with friends nnd relatives'. for Akron, Ohio, whero they go Hrlng mo your junk and get your to seek employment. ertlllzer, field seed and farming imMr. and Mrs. C. 0. Hunter, Mr. and plements. D. L. D. SANDEKUR, Mrs. Lewis Kulkerson were guests Heaver Dam, Ky. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Krk Ku- 1313 lkerson, of Mutaiizas. Messrs. W. H. nnd J. F. Gillespie Sewer PIpo In the various sizes have purchased the Hlacksmith Shop h to at Fordsvlllo and lot which they have been occupyfrom Planing Mill Company. They can ing for several years, of Mrs. Sadie Williams. fill your orders quick. Mrs. A. J. Freivogel and little son, Mrs. Lou Derkley, of Narrows and Mrs. Wayne MIdklff, of Sulphur Irvin, of Mnscoutah, 111., are visiting Springs, were callers at this offlco Mrs. Frelvogol's mother, Mrs. Annie Devcr and Mr. and Mrs. H. II. llenn Saturday while in town. and other relatives. Mrs. Fanuio Ulalr, of Buford, left r, Mrs. R. W. Slack and Wednesday for Miami, Arizona, where little Miss Susan Mariam Riley, sho goes to hpend tho winter with of Owcnsboro, were guests of Judge her son, lJennlc V. Ulalr. It. W. Slack, who is conducting CirMrs. SaralTHeiinctt, of Owensboro, cuit Court hero this wee?. will return to her home next week, Get one of thoso scoopboards for nftor having spent about a month your wagon so that you can unlqad visiting relatives in Ohio County. your coal, corn &c, with ease and Miss Mary Marks, who has a posi- more quickly. ACTON BROS. tion in tlu Calhoun High School, 13t3 hero with her spent last week-en- d l.iilcr.. mother, Mrs. T. S. Marks and family. " ""'"" T.ilin Tl Wltcnn nna rnpntt.'. ed notice that he had been appointed We collect, clean, repair, press and as a member of tho Judiciary Com deliver clothes on tho same date, C5lve mittee, Grand Domain of Kentucky, fou tho order of Knights of Pythias us a trial, Pressing Club over M grand-daughtela-to- A 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. ftM0"a"U ft Hlw 111 If MILLINERY DEPARTMENT fct. For information, call, or write, C. A. PAYNE, JR. Auctioneer Our opening was a decided success. 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 OWENSBORO, KY. Both Phones. j i' o, Ja5a The Hartford Kill DA V FARMS FOR SALE! .. .V-- 50 acres 4 miles from Hartford, $300 worth of timber, t. vein of coal underlying it, 12 acres of bottom land. Good orchard and barn, at $45.00 per acre. 4-f- restaurant. 12t2 A iilco O. n, 145 acres of Green RrverHand, near South 85 acres bottom,imderlaid with No. 8, 9 and 11 veins of coal. Price $65 per acre a bargain. Car-rollto- Republican assortment of Winchester Tho young fellow is tho tenth add! .SKPTEMWEUSd , F()r Hoft ,irtnks that are thirst Shot Guns, Rifles and Shells at Hon to tho family of Mr. and Mrs. : 'qiH.TIp)llll. Fordsvlllo Planing Mill Company. Shults, where he will make his future ' In ft Write them for prices and descrip- home. CASEIJIER & TAYLOU. tions. Mrs. Frank Felix, of Hartford, in Mr. Ira Pirtle, who has a position a guest of Mrs. O. C. Koll. Contral with a gold mining concern near DenCity Argus. ver, Colo., is speudlng u couple of Cnl I. Keown, attend- weeks with relatives here and at g at Fordsed thu Baptist vlllo, Sunday. Evur-iltroofing, Sllverkuto Rub- ' Roofinj? and Slate Greenkoto Walter Foster, of Nocreek, left her Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, where ho Roofing, all the way from $1.75 to $1.50 per square, may be had at goes to seek employment. Mad-isonvllhome-comin- Mr. p. o. McKinncy. or contertowi., .was hero Tuesday, on business. I T. KKUX. A small son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ozna Shultz, Friday v 65 acres 2iA miles from Hartford, Rough River 1 Our Saturday Leader One Fail 12-q- t. Galvanized Water 45c Messrs. Bert and Homer Nation, of Owensboro, have purchased the 300 acre tract of farm land, owned 'by Chester TIchenor, near Matanzas. They will muvo to the farm in No vember or December. Miss Juckson and Mr. R. Cairn, of Louisville, American Red Cross, 'will deliver addresses at the Methodist church tomorrow night at 7:30. Tho public Is cordially Invited to hear these able lecturers. bottom at $65 per acre. 160 acres 4 miles froiri Livermore, well improved farm. Price $10,000. Coal rights under 100 acres of land, known' a& the Dr. Patterson farm. Price $6.50 per acre.. V CAL P. KE6WN. NOTICE TO TAX - PAYERS! I or one of my deputies will be at the following places to collect your taxes : Aetnaville, Wednesday, October 1 Thursday, October 2 Herbert, Shreve, .Friday, October S . ,. ,.,..., . .Saturday, October 11 . Fordsville, .'. Centertown, .Wednesday, October,. 1 Matanzas, Wednesday, October 1 ' Kronos, . Thursday, October 2 77 . .Friday, October S Ceralvo, Heflin, Tuesday, October 7 . Buford, Wednesday, October S Thursday, October Bell's Run, Taylor Mines; Saturday October 1 Friday, October 10, P. M. Beda, Mairan Fridav. October lb ;.. Ralph, Thursday, October! : .,.' Kosine, Saturday, October 18 Tuesday, October M Arnold, Select Monday, October IS Wednesday, October 15 Cromwell, ., Monday, October 20 Prentiss Saturday, October 25 Taylor Mines, : McHenry, . . .'. Saturday, October 25 Monday, October 18 Horse Branch, ' . . . . . Wednesday, October 15 Narrows, Sulphur Springs, '..... Monday, October 2T -. .- WILLIAMS . & DUKE HAllTKOltl), KY. l.'it;! j ACTON. BROS. 41 : Mrs. Sam Tate nnd children, of Miss auslo May returned Tuesday guests Rockport, wore tho weok-en- d ' PERSONAL NEWS from Mudisonvillo, wlioro she had of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Tate. Ladles aro especially Invited to AND SOCIAL EVENTS been nursing her brother A. H. patronize our pressing club. Wo do Examine that Harb Wire that WI la- - May, who is recovering from a case every sort of work usually done In a Mr. E. A. White, of Horso Hrancb, LIAJIS & DUKE h initios. It is tho of typhoid. first class establishment of this char-acto- r. kind that stopped tho Huns in Franco Try us and bo convinced. was in town Tuesday. For a wheat drill of quality, ono 12t2 C. T. FELIX. Mrs. A. S. Petty, of Whiteavllie, Is that will do your work to your en For acid phosphato fertilizer, go to 10U spending a few days with hor daugh tire satisfaction, got u Moline. " AV. E. ELLIS & HRO. Mrs. S. T. Hunter, accompanied by ACTON IIROS. ter, Mrs. O. T. Hums and Mr. Hums. fhor son. Mr. C. O. Hunter, went to 11(3 Hartford, Ky I Mr. Frank L Felix made a busluoss Mrs. Hunt-'c- r Owensboro Wednesday. Misses Ilosslo nnd Annctta (Slllesplo Louisville, recently. trip to returned to tho homo of her daugh MlbS Mildred Elgiu has gone to guests of Air. and wore- tho week-en- d ter, Mrs. Erk Fulkorson and Mr. pay cash every day for eggs. nnd Mrs. P. d. McKinney, of Contertown. San Antonio Texas to mu me erFlllke Qf Mantanzas Wo position in Westmoreland College, of . W. E. ELLIS & IHIO. poultry. Always watch and wait for that lliai cil). ivuuirvuio miws iiiier,v Mrs. Vernon Ligon, who has been Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Acton and Beit Saturday leader at WILLIAMS & RuBsoHvIHo Messenger. visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J, Mattlugly spent Sunday In Owensboro. DUKE'S, It Is always a barrjaln. 1213 R. Plrtlo for the past two weeks left Planlug Mill Write Fordsvllie Mr. and for Henderson, Wednesday. Air. nnd Mrs. .Claude L. Webb, of Company for Maniples and prices on Mrs. Llgon aro now residing in HenWo have ryo and timothy seed in near town, left Tuesday for Akron, Composition Rubber Roofing. They derson Instead of Chicago. nbundanco. Ohio, whero they go to mnko tholr have just received' a car load of the W. E. ELLIS & BRO. reliable brands that laht. home. Wo havo a limited amount of Paint Writo Fordsvlllo Planing Mill Comleft, at tho old piico, so If you havo Mr .and Mrs. Yewoll Buugh arrivComo In, look our stock of Stoves pany for delivered prices on Houso fall to do that painting waited nnd'Hcatcrs ovor, and get pur prices. ed here Tuesday to visit Mrs. Baugh's como inuntil see us. We can save Paint. and Halt-zol- l. parents, Mr. and Mrn. George That's aH .wo ask. you some T money. Mr. Buugh has recently been ACTON BIIOS. Mill Wallace, of Loltchfleld, was 13t3. WILLIAMS & DUKE. 12t3 discharged from the navy. hero Tuosday and Wednesday, atCollins, who has a Miss Lurono tending' court. Uncle Alec Curtis went to LouisFor Suit) Ono farm of 07 Vj acres, posltlou in Greenville, came up Sunor Paducah or maybe It was to to spend tho day with tho home near Rob Roy school house. For lu ville, For ham, eggs, and coffoo, while day Cincinnati, Ohio, or somewhere, wo formation write to, attending court,, go to CASEBIEIl 4 folks. couldn't find out for rortaiu, by talkJ. H. EMHRY, TAYLOU S place. ing to Uncle Aloe. Anyhow, be loft "' Heaver Dam, R. No. 3. Have you called us for your favor- - 8U Monday, returning Wednesday. City, ltosplco riavoilng or Extract? If wo Mra. Grltt Reld, of Central T nH.l We' have Just received a carload .' .1 Ul IHI, UUU mtib. kufi.il w. it wo carry It in stocl l"i uuu.m nf WnS tUO gUUSt, of Cook Stoves, Ranges nnd Heaters, BASE BALL WILLIAMS & DUKE. 12t3 Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. , arid bail supply you with any thing Bee Springs Mrs. Leslie' Combs, of near town, you tiiay1 need or desire, in thu way spent Inst week in Mrs. Ira D. Ilean ouisville, the guest of hor sister, left for Memphis Sunday- for an ex I of a Stove. ., vs. . (amiIhiI vfalt wIMi hnr W.M., Mm . .r, I ACTON J1ROS. It ...... UV. nlstnt 13t3 u &VUUVU Mrs. J, C. Her and Mr. Ilcr. Beaver Dam Btewart. I have opened an up.todute press- At Beaver- - Dam, game fwlH bo called Mr. Joe Westerfleld. of Dundoo, has ing club over Mlntou's restaurant. I at 12:30 V. M. Bee Springs admin moved into tho property recently pur .K'OK SA1.K 126 acres of land' 2 miles from College. Oh the graded havo au experienced workman and I istered ono of .only three defeats chased of Prof. H. E. Drown. roa,d. , Known ua tho Mosoloy fnrn.. guaranteo to do your cleaning, press- suffered by Heaver Dam during tho spending a Price $50.00 per aero on ,ctisyi term" ing and repairing toyour entlreaatt season. .They have a fast team, but Mr. S. L. King, after Beaver Dam, will be put In her lightCAL. P. KEOWN, isfuctlou. See few duys hero with his family, ing uniform Saturday. C. T. FELIX. IWtori, Ky. j 12t2 . Tuesday. ntf ' . turned to DccaturcAla., , x v . TO-MORRO- W .......'..., Rockport Beaver Dam, aimmons Render ASSESSMENT NOTICE. I, or one of my deputies will be at Matanzas, Thursday, P. M., and Friday and Saturday September 25,26 and 27, to assess the taxpayers of. Smallhous and Pt. Pleasant Precincts. D. E. WARD, Tax Coia'r., Ohio Co. Olnrnn w Wysox, """ '. " .Tuesday, October Wednesday, October J .Friday, OctobrJ .oatuiuuy, iNovemi .Saturday, Noveml '- .TiiPRflfiv. t -v Orfnrir IS. m ... S. A. BKA 1 LHfcK, S. CM PAItMKRS! ATM All farmers who FARM LOANS in tk mako application ttt FOGLE, OCTOUER 1, wlw, appraisement will .,- . 1JA.VK OK (ii:.i:i(Ali I'Olt MAItCII MAY Hi: I'OlKillT Sept. 19 At tlio of Secretary Itnkor tho Houso Utiles coininlttco will meet next week to consider the bill proposing tlio permanent rank of General for Pey ton C. March, Chief of Staff. Tho Secretary asked Chairman Campbell fur a special rule Riving the March 1)111 privileged consideration In the House. It was recommended for p:ss:iKi) by the Military Committee by one vote mid sharp opposition Is pected on the floor. to-da- y Washington, DIRECTORY C1KCU1T COUIIT. f OUttr nntAnaKnon C. E. Smith, Com'tli. Attorney .Tit dim T) 1IKAVKU DAM. 'v$$l W a package fcfca l8cepts Jl$, I ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. MuMcr Coiiiml.Nsluiicr Otto C. Mar tin, Hartford. .Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Kcowti, Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKennoy. Clork It. W. King. Pollco Judge J. v. Cooper, Marshal It. F. Stevens. FORDS VI M,E. 01 Ch'm'n. Hoard CIGARETT Arr, list ! Hnrtford. nw'w If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price! consider them! Take quality, refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that or you wonderful never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet and so Camels are so you marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarette! Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will prefer Camels to either kind mellow-mild-smoothness full-bodied "There are two sides to every e tion," remarked the re,aily-mnd- quesphil- osopher. "There's two sides to a hickory nut," rejoined Cnriner Cortossel; 'an outside and an Inside, tint only one of 'em Is worth p.iyln' any attention to." Washington Star. CAMELS are a cigarette revelation any " i M i CASTORIA MASTIIi: COMMISSIONER'S SAM 3. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ''''" flfijft 'j . liw!l '! I I ' !j' Smokers realize that the value i$ in the cigarette and do not expect premiums, ' i!i,A'V iff '!'!' x. or coupons! .rf J I M :,i . of tobacco smoked straight! .Heaver Dam Deposit Hank against the defendant in the sum of $S7.1.1, with If! per cent interest thereon from July Ti 4, 1919, until paid, together with tho Ve strongly recommend thta cost or tuts action and cost ot tins "'' carton for the home or nfic lit' . Once you know Camels you won't sale, I will offer for salt at public supply or when you traeL V-- ' outcry to the highest and best bidder take much stock in premiums, coupons Pt Li at the Court House door In Hartford, Camel quality! gifts! You'll Ky.. on .Monday October 6, 1919, at 111' about the hour of one o'clock P. M., !! N. C on n credit of G and 12 months, the R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem- , tollowtnp described property, viz: ft Two tracts or parrel of land In .1. Ohio County, Ky., hounded as follows: First tract: A certain tract or parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky.. on the Rockport and McHenry road McHenry, about two miles from Heglnnlng at bounded as follows: A READY EXPLAINER. buildings and large tracts of laud are three hickories and running east to be handed over for ute by tre MEASURES about 37 poles to John Maddox cor peasants while they are working to "Tommy your head Is wet. You've ner; tneuce .orin anout !u potes in : bring tho country back to its norm.il heen in swimming against my orders." a point iu said Maddov line and Ellis Chapman's corner; thence west FOR COMING YEAR stato of prosperity. The king insists "No, pa. 1 was just standln' on ."!7 poles to a hickory stump Inabout snld also that his private fortune be taxed the hank watchin' the other boy Chapman's line; thence south about u property of any the same as that little Tompkins kid did a ri0 poles to the begirning, contniniri; RED CROSS nary citizen. the about 12 acres more or less. Helng "belly-buster- " an splashed me." by Eugeno Chinu land why wasn't your hat wet?" samewife toconveed "Then E. M. McKlnney as shown .ind lmiTISH 1.EAV1XO "I had it in my hand, pa, fannin" by deed of record in deed book 4:t, '"1 NOLLOWINQ exhaustive reports AitriiAXcm KIIOXT myself. ' j pHge 420 Ohio County Clrlc's office its vjrious J fromnuropean Commissions Second tract: Also another tract I guess I'll hate to niak" to "Umph! countries, the I Archangel, Tuesday, Sept. 1G The a lawjer out of you, sqn." Hoys' of land of about 2 acres on tho S. W American Hed Cross can decorner of the above described tract fine fairly well the foreign relief pro- evacuation of the Archangel front by Magazine. and co'nevcl to rt. M. McKlnrey by gram for the ensuing ear. proceeding as smooththe British is A. C. WakeHnd by deed of record i It is now clear that In the rehabilita- ly as could he expected in view of the deed book 43, pago 419, Ohio Coun'y Weary Husband I wish I had Clerk's office and bounded and de tion of nations and countries devas- formidable difficulties attending the tated by the war, the nroblem of vital- operation, including shortage of ship- money enough to buy a good farm. scribed ab follows: Heginning at three hickories in cor r ity and the building up of Wife So do I, Jack; wo need a ping and river boats. The difficulties tier; thence E. .",41 feet to three s.is takes the first place in Red Cross actnew car so dreadfully. ' safns trees at corner in E. E. Ttc'n ivities. Further, it is evident that tho have been enormously Increased also firman!) nor's line; thence S. 2G0 feet; thence A Safe, feeding of foreign peoples, as well as by the fact that in addition to the 1G8 feet; thence N. W. 287 feot west SAM-:.general mateilal relief is not a field soldiers thousands of civilians are MAK'IT.K COMMISSIOXKK'S Remedy for Worms to tho beginning. which can he assumed by the Red removed. The purchaser will be required to Sftenty fle tpiV cnntlna Ohio Circuit Court. Cross. There remains, howeer, the) Small raids against the Holsheviki i In II. llnrrptt. P :i ntlff. oxecuto bonds immediately after sab j.ruu.i-11can offer oi silliness anu aisease. anu are bcins continued for the purpose Mult duo and payable In six and twele n ten if nU j nil. particularly a diminished and weak-'o- f Ketp bottle ftlirayt on hami. months, bearing G per cent interest BCreenlng tho movements of tho lSorena V. Vluler.et al.. Defendants It will helpkrcp the Uttle ones fio'u rt'ite until p.iid, with security to S3 happy and healthy. V bo appioved by the commissioner. 23e, a bottlo at yonr drojr. (pn) Oil I fi f.irpiiit I mirt- n- ' nfiK.ilo nf tlu friinctltitr .. lieu will bo ... w.... .. fUt't or general itoro; or If hUVWUIhl on the sold as retained u I'usuiuu iu aiuui Willi us own rt-- . .. ...,t.... your dealer can't aupply yon 1.. endbU name andiV.ln tamp sources, but where the American Red i A number of British troops now 'VedVrecUng m additional security. i ami we'll tend yru a buLUa Given under my hand thLs the KSc "ere, ready to embark. The meii.18 COniinIssloiief of said court to sell Cross is in a position to ofter iudis- promptly. pensablo aid and senlcc. are in high bplrits at tho prospect the hereinafter described propeity da j of September. 1919. E. & s. FREY OTTO C. MARTIN. Recognizing these facts, the Red of returning home. for the purpose of paying tho judg- Master Commissioner Ohio Circtit BALTIMORE MD. I Imeiit of the plaintiff herein amount- - Court. Cross effort In Europe during recent '"B to ?".-- . with Inteiest at the niontlis has been concentrated mora vb.um.v mm i mv J S Glenn, Attorney. rate of G per cent per annum from mu and moro on estnhiishinfr nn.i pvinn.i. HY TRUHTK1) MKSSK.VGIHtKjthe fith day of Soptombnr 1915. until MASTER COMMISSIOXEK'S SALE. lng through tlio countries of Eastern paid, together with the cost of this ac- Europe, as well as Siberia, a construc- New York. Sept. 20 Trusted nies tlon and the cost of this bale, I will tlvp health service, looking not only Ohio Circuit Coiut. ut, ""ptr for toward relief in tho immediate sltua . Ibenger boys in tho financial dihtric' 'highest and "?best 1,"b,,, oulCT,y Ul tho Carrlo 11. Fiench, et al.. Plain, Iffs bidder at the Court ', tlon but also toward the establishment (havo disappeared with nearly ?1.000.-H()11S(lo()r , ,InrtforiIf Kontncky. Vs. Notice of Salo. of permanent health service built on 000 In negotiable bonds and other so on Monday, October G, 1!)19, at about Ex parte. national foundations In each country curltles In the last six months, the hour of one o'clock I'. M on a Pursuant to n judgement and orto an estimate made heio today. credit of hlx and twelve months thy der of sale entered at tho September anu surgical supplies or . In ali,iitloll to other thefts totaling following described property, iiib meuicui Two certain lots or parcel of term, 1919, in tho above styled acnil kinds made available for use by ono mes- ground In Hartford, Ky., bounded as tho Red Cross by a recent Act of $750,000 .since last March tion, directing me to sell tho hereinCongress nt onco enablo tho Red Cross senger who disappeared with $178,-00- 0 follows: First tract: Heglnnlng at a btono. after described land for tho purpose in bonds, was murdered In to plan" this effort in medical relief on Calvin Ilarrett's corner; thence near- of dividing the proceeds niiioni; I lie Conn., and no traco of tho ly ea.st 212 feet to a stono, Calvin a broad, comprehensive and construcjoint owners thereof, after tha paytive scale. The $15,000,000 asked by bonds or the youth'ti slayers has been Ilairott's corner; tlionco nearly south ment of the costs of snld action and the Red Cross In the Third Roll Call. found 45 feet to a stono; theuro nearly west tho cost of this sale, I will offer for November will be devoted, thereTho latest loss reported was chnrjr 242 feet to a stono; thence nearly north 45 feet to tho beginning con- salo at public outcry at the Court fore, larirelv to tlio administration nf ed to Leo Jufolsky, u this program and making effective ' messenger, who disappeared yester taining one half aero, situated on Houso door In Hnrtford, Ky., on Mon Vernon of Snakes what is known as Homier Street. day, October 6th, 1919, ut about tlio the distribution of materials derived day with $141,000 In Liberty Albo a certain houso and lot in tlio bonds from surplus Army supplies. The matown of Ky., hounded as hour of one o'clock p. in., upon u M. D,, of tlio Professor H. terials for Keneral relief to be admin which ho was to deliver for a broker- - follows: Hartford, credit ot six mouths, tho following Royal Charity Straus, "Tlio Hospitnl, says, istered in addition to and In connection aB hu-- ' Heglnnlng ut a stako on tho road described property, viz: cause for nn attack of Rout, rheumatism, with the above will be obtained largeloading from Market street to tho A certain tract of land In Ohio lumbago, is supplied by tho increase of "HIU Moon's wife presented him Heaver Dam road; thence north with ly from supplies now In the possession a now daughter Tuesday," says said road 73 feot to a stuko in tho County, Kentucky, formerly owned by uric arid it: tho blood scrum, tlm result of tho Red Cross, or will be covered with by small expenditure where purchase tho Wnrfield Item. "Ho celebrated I'ayton lino; thenco In an canton Amelia French, located on tho waters of various causes, tlio most frequent of ono may prove necessary. by getting drunk and the Judge fined cour.su with the I'ayton line .'141 feet of Harnett's Creek and bounded us which is renal. Reforo an nttaik, Hitlers MJinetimcs from headache, neuralThis program permits not only a him $C, but Hill had only 25 cents to a stake, Puyton's corner; thenco In follows: a southern!' definition In scope of tho work to bo left." Here's a case whoro a now the first call direction and parallel to On tho Noith by tho C. M. Llndloy gia, twinges of pain hero and there." 73 fc'et to a stake; When jour K:diiey3 feci liko lumps of carried on, but a limitation In time, thence west and parallel to Payton's tract; on tho East by tho A. Daniel lead, when tho back hurts or tho urino presumably a period of one year. At Moon was followed by a full Moon lino IS41 feet to tho beginning. land; on tho West by the Hewlett are full the expiration of that time the wotk and a moon in tho last quarter In First tract horoin convoyed to Mat-tl- o farm (formerly owned by D. S. is cloudy, beck of fecdiment, or yo times obliged to relief two or thrco II. Uarrett by F. h. Felix, Master of the Red Cross abroad will have been quick rotation. Hoston Transcript with Commissioner, bv deed of record In French) nnd on tho South by tho during tho night; when you sufferspelli, lnrgely rounded out, and activities conMiRo You'll bo sorry to hoar that JComrs. Deed book II, pago 244, Ohio lands formerly owned by J. J. Rum- fick headache, or dtejy, nervous centrated on a program of service to mage, containing 78' acres more or acid stomach; or you havo rhoumatlc Pat Donovan was drowned yesterday County Clerk's office Americans. pains or lumbago, gout, sciatica when Second tract conveyed to Mnttlo H. less. Dooloy Hut I thought he was u Hurrett by John L. Davis und tho weather is bad, do not neglect' tho wife us Tho purchaser will bo required to warning, but try simple means.. Take "You will at least admit." said Ten- good swimmer? shown by deed of rcco-- d In deed eight glasses water during tho six nyson J, Daft, "that I have won someMike Yes, but he was a staunch book 31, pago 142 Ohio County oxecuto bond immediately after salo day,orthen obtain utofyour nearest drug Clerk's office thing of u reputation as a poet." tho purchase prlco, payable in store for ulon man. He swam for eight hours acid). funti-uri- o The purchaser will bo required to six months, bearing Interest at the "Yes," returned J. Fuller Gloom. then gavo it up on principle. Now This is tho discovery of Dr. Pierce of executo bonds Immediately after salo Hotel, Uuffalo, N. Y. "An-uri"It is generally acknowledged that York Globe. duo and payable in six und twolvo rato of 6 por cont from date until tho Invalids' antidoto for this urio acid is you have no Inferior." Kansas City I months, bearing 6 per cent Interest paid, with security to bo approved by txHsoning an dissolves urio acid in tho and trom dato until paid, with security to tho commfbsloner, and a lien will bo body muib as hot coffee dissolves FRKNCH TROOPS WILL titar. bupar. bo approved by tho coniniU.sloner. A retained on the land sold as additionKXECUI'K Ill'LUAR TREATY "Anuric" will penetrate into tho joints Hen will he retained on the hold as WIVES WEALTH TO POOH. and muscles, and dissolve tho jioisonous al security. additional security. It will stamp out toxins. Paris, Sopt. 20. Fiench military Given under my hand this tho 17th accumulations. Gfvon under my hand this the 18th Send IU cents to Dr. Picrco'd Iuvalids' King Victor Emmanuel announces units will bo sent to Ilulgarla to su- - day of September, 1919. day of September, 1919. Hotel, Uuffalo, N. Y., for trial package. OTTO 0. MARTIN. that he will give a portion of bis jwrvlso tho execution of the provisions OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit wealth to aid tho peasants who are(of tho tieaty with mat country, Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. Court. from tho war. Ectlre cording to the Echo Do Purls. Hartford Republican, $1.50 por )car It. II. Wedding and J. S. Glenn, Attys. J. r. Sanderfur, Attorney. ,! 'j Camels are sod everywhere in scientifically sealed pack' ages of 20 cigarettes; or ten packages t200 cigarettes) in a You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga-rett- y aftertaste or unpleasant cigarettyodor! the plaintiff against the defendant iu the sum of $255 96 with 6 per cent interest thereon from April 22, 1912, 'until paid, also tho judgment of the i l Ohio Circuit Court. George W. Unseheart, Plaintiff, V.s. Notice of sale. j Eva McKlnney, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment and order !of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court at its September term, 1919, in tlio above styled action, directing me n commissioner of snld court to sell the hereinafter described land for the purpose of paying the judgment of I ' or prefer Tt fflJEF Monday In March 13 dnys Com'tli. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALEXDAH. 1st Monday In July 12 days County lloatd of Education. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 3d Monday In Soptomber 12 days Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Mondny In November 12 days Div. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Com'tli. and Civil. Ky. , Div. No. 3 It. L. Cnrtor, Narrows, COUXTY COUltT. Ky. Moots first Mondny In each month. Div. No 4 Robert Goff. Itoslno. Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Alt'y. A. D. Kirk. Div. No. Otis II. Stevens, Bear V Clerk C. Ulnnkenshlp. Dam, Ky. Hlierlff S. A. Urntchcr. Div. No. G -- Nnt Llndlcy, Center- Superintendent E. S. Howard. town, Ky. Jullcr Worth Tichenor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; lut Monday In April; 1st Sunejor C. 3. Moxley. Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In Au Crtroner E. P. Hodgors. gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st FISCAL COUltT. Mondny in December. County Hoard of Examlnors 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. Hartford, Heaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. 3rd Dlstrirt Q. D. Drown, Simmons. May, 9 ond 10 Common school 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. May 1G nnd 17 County teachers' 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Dalzo-tow- n. examination. (White) Hnrtford May, 23 nnd 24 County teachers' (Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford 7th Dlstrirt II. F. Ulco, Fordsvlllo. June, 20 and 21 County nnd Stnt 8th District 11. C. Rhoades, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Route 6. vllle. Juno, 27 and 2S County and HAKTFORD. stato teachers' examination (colored Mnyor J. E. Hean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. July. Ohio County Institute. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hnrtford. E. P. Casebler. Marshal Sept., 19 and 20 County and HOCKPOUT. State teachers' examination, (white) Ch'ra'n. Hoard James Wlleon. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2G and 27 County and Stnte Police Judge John T. 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It Won't be long beforo Liu- - VfLox win completely displaco calomel' In ever) home. i Children can tako it freely an with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nous genuine without the likeness and sign two otL.lL Griguby. For sale by 4. M. WJJAUUM, llftrJfgrA (A it r FARM DEPARTMENT. . Dobbin YvViirln' 'o Tlio Dobbin, In his lifetime, may liavn worn blnck or wlillo or tan, or even rod, lint whon bo passes over tbo meat block anil presents lilniBolf to tlio lioiiKowlfo In tliu form of stenlf or roast or nnythlng like Hint, lui will The bo docked In green. service of tlio ITnlteil Stntos Department of Agriculture, In order to comply with the provision of the law that hor.se meat shall ho mnrked, had decided to stamp the moat with u harmless preen Ink. The llnreau of Animal Industry d mill Ktamp in distinctively hears tho words "llorso Meat." llomi meat Is llkoly to ho on tho market In apprcclnblo quantities shortly. A report tins been received at tho Department of Agrlculturo from Billings, Mont., that tho Initial shipment of n lot of about J,000 i jingo horses has been received 'or A report from New Mexl-1- 0 (daughter. nays that r.0,000 range homes in that State should ln slaughtered. An agricultural pourual, reieiuly commenting on tho slaughter of liorarH for iiuint, said that the elimination of undesirable horses not only will save feed for more wrothy tattle mill sheep, hut will add hides to the leather supply mid increase moat Mocks. Department of Agriculture experts say that liiilos from runga horses that have lived In the open should he of excellent quality. CSri-onrt slx-sldesolf-fccd- er NEWSPAPER PARAGRAPHS. (Clipped.) Washington Star Missionaries laflood forago crops nro prnctlonlly a boring to educate China nro probably containing necessity. A .having their troubles In trying to n good quality of thrashed oats makes explain tho Shantung Incident. good feed for thoso sows. In addition, nccordlng to specialists of tho Provldenco Journal If the broth- United States Department of Agriorhoods want to share tho profits, culture, they may be fed a small why don't thoy invest In tho railroad s, amount of roru and shorts or stocks like other peoplo? and fish meal or tankngo. Careful attention bIioiiIiI ho given Albany Argus Tho British forces to tho selection of sows for breeding nro to be withdrawn from tho Caucu-bii- s purposes. bo bo- First, they should within tho next two weeks nnd lectod from a good sized litter and Ureut Britain has asked the United from a litter whoso dam has good Slates to send troops there to mainsuckling qunlltlcs. Tho brood sow 'should ho of a good rangy typo, with tain order. Getting so that when Is any bard Job to ho done, the 'n good, strong, arched hack, deep thero nntlons of Ettropo say, "Let Undo i sides, rnther thin neck, anil not too do It." 'broad in tho face. Ily all means she Sam should be a "good-footed- " animal Peru Is Rochester with good, strong legs and pasterns building a now warship; the Inferand rather upstanding from the ence Is that tho other ono Is worn out. ground. Tho sow that takes plenty of cxer-'ris- o Columbia Record The wholesalo freely is tho ono that Is most price of beef has dropped a few cents likely to make a desirable brood sow. a pound, but we don't bollovo the ro- Do not select a sow from a litter tailors aro charging any more now j whoso dam is cross and Irritable. Tho 'than they did before the drop. sow should be gentle anil easily handled. Indianapolis News. If they expect Attention should nlso he paid to the for the tho lcaguo to be a life-raeyes. A blind sow Is llkoly to step on world, they'll have to quit using It as and Injure her pigs. Careful atten- a political platform. tion to those details at this time will have a tendency to add to tho value of Des Moines Ueglstcr That the breeding herd and to tho number worth of leather tho gov; 'of pigs that may bo brought to eminent has to sell will probably mnkc Its appearance later as worth of shoes. I mid-'tilingPost-Expres- s. i ft $20,-000,0- ? tmkA i'lMmlWmm United States Ti a rs Good Tires Fall Sei'ilnl Lawns fall-sow- Ret. v seeding merely porpares a fine seedAlways bears bed, which Is dominated by crab Signature of QutjfV-iAl-i grass. Irrespective of what grass-seemixture Is planted. Tho lawn should bo sown during tho first two weeks In September, In order that I'M (JIVING THEM ItOTII A START. tho turf may attain adequate growth By C. C. Drown. so as to weather the winter well. Old g turfs which are beset with weeds may My little lad plays all the dny, be renovated In tho fall by raking No pausing for rest needs ho out all tho crab grass and forming a Inch deep, Anil out on the air peals his laughter light mulch about one-hagay so Hint moro seed may be sown us As he chortles with childish glee. desired. Although this practice Is not recommended. It may bo instituted where conditions operate against My little lass plays too from morn till night Thousands of dola new seeding. Although not so full of noise; worth of costly grass seed aro lars' wasted each year In the Middle and .But her face Is beaming with smiles as bright South Atlantic States In spring seeding. Specialists of tho United States As she plays with her dolls and toys. Department of Agrlculturo say that fall seeding saves unnecessary work It seems only right, llttlo lad and lass, In resecdlng. as well as extra costs That your daddy should do bis part, which usually attond the failures of And so as the days of your chlltlhoot. pass, spring bcedlngs. I'm giving you both a start. How Much CJrnln To Specialists of the United States Tho tiuio will como when this grim old world Department of Agrlculturo ndvlso Will turn you from play to work; poultry keepers to feed about 1 quart of scratch grain anil an equal weight Against life's real problems you will bo hurled of mash dally to IP. hem of tho genWith many a jolt and a jerk. eral purpose breeds, such as tho Plymouth Hocks, Untitle Island Beds or Wyundottes, or about 16 hens of Jie Now you would spend each nickel and bo would This dime MiiaHcr breeds. For pleasure, and that is well; about 1 4 pounds each of scratch grains and of mash dally to 100 Leg- Alas, all too soon will come the time You must faco old II. C. L. horns and about 9 h pounds of each to 100 general purpose fowls. It hens hnvo freo rango or Inrge yards So now, little lass, anil now llttlo lad. containing green feed a general purYour daddy's saving for you, pose hen will eat about 75 pounds of And It's with a feeling, half glad feed In a year, while a Leghorn will bald sad, Ho knows you must soon save too. consume about 55 pounds in addition to tho green stuff which she cats. (ft Seetl Potatoes .Vow. For tho going is rough on tho road of Throughout Mnlno and other noitn-er- n life, potato producing States, harvest Apt! nothing to you I gavo As tho northorn Will help you to win In the bitter Is now on full blast. potato crop is below normal, both In strife Unless you, too, lenrn to save. ticreago and yield, specialists of tho United States Department of Agrlculturo recommend that tho southern So Daddy is saving nnd In your nnino Is buying. planters stock' up Immediately on War heed potntoes for next spring's plan Anil when you aro older you'll find lugs. Such activity on tho part of tho gamo Of saving Is well worth trying. tho southern growers not only will assuro thorn of tho nccessnry seed hut also will enable thorn to secure It seems only right, little lad and lass, dlsenso-fre- o seed selectco That your Daddy should tlo his part lu the field nt harvest time. And so as tho days of your childhood pass, How To Uco WooiN. ' I'm giving you both a stnrt. and practical informam tion on how to build boxes and crates, ('liiiluhciiiilnV, Colic and Dlai'i-hoemako waterproof gluo Joints, prevent Itemed' in Michigan. decay of wood, distinguish commerMrs. A. II. Hall, Casovllle, Mich., from keop doors cial woods, or says, wish to thank you for your shrinking anil swelling, is made avail- grand, "Igootl medicine, Chnmborlaln's Laboraable by tho Forest Products Colic nnd Diarrhoea Itoincdy. Wo aro tory nt Madison, Wis. Tho informa- novor without it In tho house, and out at intorvala In tho tion is sent I nm sure it saved our baby's life this form of technical notes nnd is based summor." many tests made at tho laboratory. on Mrs. Mary Cnrrington, Casovtllo, Thoso technical notes aro nvnllablo Mich., says, "I hnvo used Chambor- asfor distribution to tho wood-usin- g In's Colic mid Diarrhoea Remedy for sociations, technical schools nnd col- years and It has always givou prompt leges, and others on application miido m relief." Lato tho director, Forest Products boratory, Madison, Wis. Tho Forost Yes, sir, by Tho Phronologlst Products Laboratory Is part of the Sorvlco, United Stntes Depart- fcollng the bumps on your head I "Forest can toll exactly what sort of man you ment of Agrlculturo. ' aro. Mr. Doolan 01 bolalvo It will give of tho year Early fall is tho tlmo when hog growors should select from yo more ov an oldea wot sort ov a tho spring crop of pigs the sows to woman mo wolfe Is. Jack Canuck. From bo used as next year's dams. "Tho man I marry must hove cpm-mo- n now on until tho breeding season semso!" sho said hautlly. sows should bo fed In a mannor theso "Ho won't,' he replied bitterly. different from tho way they wero to for market purposes. London Answers. bo fattened Thronghoiit tho South Atlantic lawns arc always preStates ferable, because, as" a rule, spring n d CASTORlA For Infants and Children urit.Wfta-- ' 'Royal Cord' New York Cull By the time ho's In Use For Over 30 Years rj0 ., through with it, the president will doubtless feel pretty well pleased if ho can get even "half a league, half a league, half a league onward." Albany Argus "Mary had a LITTLE lamb." Sho couldn't get any jinoro because tho price was .too high Everybody National Tribune wants to spend, 'and only a few to produce. When this shall bo turned around the country will become peaceful and prosperous once more. If the time, money and the people now engaged in investigations of one kind or another all over tills fair laml wero devoted to raising potatoes or digging conl, both the food and fuel situation might be practically relieved. Gazette-Time- s. Most Economical life service mileage safety; comfort. .These are the things that count in a tire. Wear fall-seed- values means greater economy less cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation. Car owners who do their live-lon- lf Pittsburg These are exactly what you get in United States Tires, general tire satisall-rou- nd faction. I This greater total of tire HARTFORD MOTOR CO own thinking prefer United States Tires. Their merit is recognized everywhere. We have them a type and size for every car. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Utlca Observer. Whether1 In prices for commodities or labor, for reduction of production or curtailment of reasonable hours of work, don't be a party to tho attompt to gouge the public. Danger lies in that direction. Come back to the'falr basis. Washington Star In reducing the high cost of living it may bo found practical to work from the ground up and begin with shoes does Baltimore American Th-inot seem to be much popular alarm I that the movie actors will strike. Ev- en if they did there is a goodly stock of the canned goods to supply tho e BENNETT & COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. COATS GARAGE (Noah Coats) BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. McHENRY MANUFACTURING & MACHINE COMPANY McHENRY, KY MRS. N. C. ILERW. G. Her) ROCKPORT, KENTUCKY. chlnery will be used to construct COt.' to other parlies. This amount IX LOUISVILLE OCT. 14 roads to and on the Federal sanator- has been pledged and It will likely ium site and work is expected to be- be pam in a lew aayj. Louisville, Sept. 25 Five thousand gin in i few days Thero are a number of farmers who Odd Fellows of Kentucky and South I. N. Day, of Dawson Spring3. was have sold their lands to be used for ern Indiana are expected to attend the in tho city Wednesday for,tho purpose the hospital site and they must be Kontucky State Grand Lodge meeting cf conferring with local men in regard paid for their holdings as quickly as In Loulsvlllo Tuesday and Wednesday, to procuring money pledged for tho possible so thoy can get other lands October. 14 and 15. The exemplifica- sanatorium site. Mr. Day stated that to raise crops. tion of the Second Degree on Tues- Dawson Springs people were ready to There is no trouble concernlPR tho day night by Tome Lodge, No. 25, pay ?20,000 to parties from whom hospital sito at Washington and if tho with their champion degree team is land had been purchased and that peoplo of Hopkins county want tho the drawing card. would take care of tho southern part sonatorlum thoy must raise the moucy The sessions of tho Grand Lodge of tho county for awhile. Ho wants to pay for lands that will bo used for will bo held in tho Scottish Rito Madisonville men to pay about ?C,- - that purpose Tho Second Degree work Cathedral. will he exemplified In the Armory, ono of tho lnrgcst exhibit halls in the world, whoso balcony seats six thousand people. A tlass of ono hundred will bo Initiated. and twenty-fiv-e A special train of Odd Fellows from Harrodsburg and vicinity has already been arranged for. It Is probable that other specials will bo made up from western and eastern Kontucky, This rato will bo granted on the certificate plan, nnd those attending should secure certificates and receipts from the station agents In their home towns before they start Ihe Kind You Hava Always Bought, and which has been for Louisville. Effcrts aro being in use for over over 30 vears. has borne the nf made to secure a specinl rato from ana nas Deen made under Ills per-points, with good southern Indiana 4uzf7Z7-euc. prospects of success. &vvii Allow tin niip in ilnrolni vmi In l.c Meetings will ho hold at 9:00 A. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " d " are but M.. 1:30 P. M and 8:30 P. M ou Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of both Tuesday and Wedne.'tlpy. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ODD FELLOWS TO MEET I market. Now York Moll n It's a hard that Holland, the country that ionic-dow- produced William of Orange should to harbor i'ilam the Lemou. hnvo to continue It might Buffalo Commercial. profit the profiteers to put their ears to tho ground. . Children Cry for Fletcher's Toledo Blade shoo business extends hoof. Profiteering in tho from-hoo- f to Union leaders Now York World. day asked by nssort that the the coalmlners will allay the spirit of unrest among thorn. It takes a lot 's unrest. of rest to offset n six-hocoul-mliier- g, Couiior-Jouma- l. A Louisville Western brewer of nonr beer puts a sticker on each hottlo saying: "Don't mix yeast with this beverage or it will All tho customer bo Intoxicating." m wants to know Is how much yeast ho UA1LKOAP.S DESTUOYED IN WAN. means. -- Just-as-goo- A choeso to bo Now York World exhibited by Armour & Co. at tho national dairy show Is. eight feet thick, weighs 31,964 pounds and Is valued n at $1Q,000. And by tho rules of packers' arithmetic it repre sents a profit of a fraction of a cent a pound. woll-know- Now York Sun What is harder The king was In bis counting than to keep a secret? To keop a treaty. And what Is harder than to houso, counting up his money. "Wonder how much I can borrow koop a treaty? To keop a from tho U. S.?" ho mused. Net' secret. secret-treat- The Germans destroyed about miles of single track railroads Ir. France, according to a roport of tho mluistor of public works. Theso lay rlnclpally in tho Somine, Picardy and Flanders districts nnd included miles of narrow gage and local track, 1,500 bridges, culverts, etc., and about a dozen, tunnels. s 1,-8- 00 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORlA GENUINE CASTORlA the Signature of ALWAYS yBears m York Sun. MACHINERY AT DAWSON SPRINGS HEADY FOR -- It your child Is pale and sickly, nicks at the noso, starts In tho sleep and grinds tho teoth while slooping, it is a sure sign of worms. A reme dy for theso parasites will ho found in Whtto's Cream Vormlfugo. It not only clears out tho worms, but It restores health and cheerfulness. Prico 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio in County Drug Company. AYORIC (Madlsonvlllo Hustler ) of machinery, in cluding two steam shovels have arrived at Dawson Springs for the Brandenburg Construction Company and more machinery Is enroute. This ma- - Eight carloads In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THK CRNTAUN OOHPANV, IKWVONK CITY, 1 L latY 10 ASKS ALLIES OUST DTANNHNZIO nn tho importance of sanitation as tho means of prevention of another I STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko MoFluko.) Brebel Poel's Popularity Causes Government To Hesitate 22. Tho Itnllnn Woiloii, 'iuib appealed to the nlllcil n hmkI nu allied force, 5nwnr "Italians, to drive d'Antnm--UtI Pininn, according tn a rc-'tare JdtilKlit, which is considered BnpU fiov-'wwf- ni M Sr wlwiWii nlntin1eratood that the American waau' snop and the bunch Hang who 'What can bo the cause of that Chairman. ;around. but we've made up our mind Vrowd gathering over there?" E. 11. PKXDLKTON, "oil, vulgar curiosity. I suppose. m Secretary. ,io siriKe. aiurjuuii) uiso is uuiiik ii and we might as well, and Just nh(i,et K over." Hohton Transcript. KOH SAIiK. o soon as we can git two or three more IMtAI.VAtiK TAX XOT1CK. good sized, weekly washlns for our "Is this a strictly modem school !i 2 aurcs one mile north of for young women?" At a meeting of the Hoard of Drain wife to do out we go. room house, good barn and i. "Judge for yourself." poultry houses', cellar, and age- Commissioners of Ohio Coun "Well?" Court I Van. May was In the office tho.1 oth Bi:iKy xf water. Trice $3,000, if ty, Kentucky, held at the . .jl i uil-oul allui "' "Atu i.i... " 1... """ f D.iiinnc. Motoring, aviation, anil House, in Hartford, Ky., on Mon-.L. H. COMBS, sum" az once. u """ "u""1 g are leiiiuieii la mo "t,u " n ,lurr day. September 21', 1919, with J!3M5 Heaver Dam, Ky. m majority of the members present, it tue s:une experience with the two 'curriculum. Hirnilnghani a fel,(nv us,,1,n' has when aid. iiuit.v-iiisiioordered that an assessment or,Jl,-vsllltn nf TKN' flO) PER CKNTUM. he interferes In a fist tight twixt a and his wife. Wo can't under-fo- r WANTED. 'Ji's Hldred Hays Horn and Mr. based upon the original assessment To purchase a good, second-han- d Rmsi Ulshop were married at tho construction of' said ditch. be s'"'"1 tIle ton,lfr of some people. ' ri;,'. ftfiwcj of the bride, near Owensboro, made and levied against the lands j ,,e ,,orn in WALTER UENFHOW. eisaSaitnnlay. land landowners located within the1 Som, I,B,,P,e scel" to White Run, Ky. htt bride is the accomplished and'w. C. KNOTT. ET AL.. DRAINAGE ,iar(1 lucPc' otllors alI'ear to ,)e l"""- - i:it2p b' ol(I nuin ,llul ,nck- - nntt, 'Nnl1 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. DISTRICT, in Ohio County, Ken- seems to bn a charter member of I,ITCr KOl'TK ::. Tim nrnnm lu n mn nf m 't..i,.. .oi.i k. 7A.-When they started i omfi .lira. O. M. Ulshop, of Contcrtown, bv levied Is for the purpose of clean- - ,,oth classes. aarf a splendid typo of worthy young ing out. repairing and maintaining tearing tho old building down where) On account of the Illness of the wilttod. air. Bishop is a graduate 'said ditch and for' the payment of Bat was (lolnB hls Pressing, cleaningt. Pastor, there was no preaching at Cannel. Saturday. . V. school at this placo and has a anv other legitimate expenses incur- - &c" wc thought he would surely Mr. John Clark, of Whitesvllle, vis- ,cape that bunch of checker fiends. TUtn:' drcle'of friends hero, who ex- - red. congratulations to he and" The tax list and assessment roll mt tho checker fellows simply took Red relatives at this place, from Frl- i t.... . rile. Bfe-w.iiit:ii ih..v t.. u,lj .mm i " " i ' ...n.n.i .ini. ..." '.i.... .....n oiumu; l.rn n.i,.,.,l In tho ll:in,! nf fli "I' .1...1.. Mr. James Uartlett and children, IJat's "ow and have camped C. O. Hunter, to Treasurer. Orine Eula, Hazel and Elgin, spent SttW ')CXTV HOARD OF whom payment may be made on or there ever since. Saturday night and Sunday with the HEALTH SOUNDS WARNING uerore Monday. October 27, 1919, 'former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James TWO PLANS Sl'HMITTKD WII.'-iON- . without additional costs. If said as- Uartlett, Sr., of Eastvlew. or j,,sihpiiI nm nut n:ilil within tlin Board J lie Ohio County Uon,0 Saturday. Sept 20. From Mr. (Jeorge Wigginton and family, Biiv-Jmet in the office of County tilm nbovo S,Ccined. same will be put Mack Cook, September 25, , the i,.,mIs o ,Ue sheriff to bo cl-- 1 conversations which several senators of Sunisey, attended church at Mt. UUtaff The object of the meeting was' cr,(,,i in tllu salno niannor as State 'aml deputies have had with Premier Cannel Sunday, and dined with Mr jNIttl allrt Foreign. Minister Tlttoni. it nnd Mrs. S. II. Wigginton. toSo over the general situation a3 ali County taxes. Mrs. .Martha Northen and daughter. - seems that two plans were submitted sar.Uiry conditions of tho coun- -. AVltnessour hands, this Septomconcerning Miss Leona, have returned to their to President Wilson tyatn.: if possible to throttle tho g. 1919. ' home, after a two weeks visit with Ilnth r tncm fll(1rsett aBj.u;-i- t and ravages of influenza and BOARD OF DRAINACE COMMIS-,Fium- c' friends" and relatives at Philpot anil th.x-contagious and Infectious di-- 1 SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, France and England. According to one, Finine would be Eastvlew swa-;is 'tin season for their ap- KENTUCKV. given to Italy, but its hinterland, Mr. and .Mrs. Perry Kirk, of SuajJEte approaches. By .1. H. Thomas, Prcs. ' with Eastern Istrla, would bo dlaed with Mr. and Mnj. Mac has been a number of cases Fogle, S.ec. Jiero Attest: McDowell A. ' Nowconib, Sunday. given by Italy to Jugo-SUnlml AtiJnanza and a few of diphtheria A nuiuhar from here attended the The second plan would make Fiiimo FOR SALE aai ycurJet fever already, reported. , an absolutely independent city and plo supper, at Pleasant Ridge, Friday TA?c vO.sb to impress on tlio general 12fi acres of land 2M miles from tho hinterland, together with East- night. . ul,u. the doctors and teachers all Mr. John Itleheson has purchased !;.; iii county tho aboluto wcesi-t- j Hartford near the graded road. Has ern Istrla, would become independent that flvo room house, s acres in orchard! Ptato ruled by an international com- - a new wagon, mi ahir hearty A good stock and Is well watered. ow 'Mixy jjet the host results for our farm. Will bo sold at a bargain. See, u their behalf. CAL V. KIJOWN. Tifiourd or Health can advise and and demand oboyanco of SZt Recent, general rains havo" done tiVAf. Mil II will leiiiiirc the assisi- awl, ,..i he general public and their '""'CI to settlo the dust and purify tho to have those atmosphere. Sur.ur.j 15kh'! done. We hope to be able to enft Oitrl tho terrible death rate wo BABIES NEVER TASTED ILK ).fi$ !tat 3;v year provided the people will Viu,iud faithfully and con raucously .OLITK'AL and economic troll tn i' orders of the Hoard, with this ies are not the only obstaTHE UNIVERSAL CAR wo make the following cles that face tho new repubIn lic of Czechoslovakia. There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in !r"3U. Tho communicable and re- - attempting to build up a democracy, diseahcs aio tho following' daily service throughout the world, and fully In tho United fashioned after that Asiatic,) States, one of its most serious probpox. (cholera, eighty per cent of these arc Ford Touring Cars. "ETB.'cV.'j.iiria or mumbranous croii), lems is nn alarming mortality rate, There are many reasons for this, not the least of )jiideinlc corebroplnal especially among womon and children. R9Jisrtti,r which is the simplicity in the. design of the car, Statistics of tho American Red Cross iHviuQrll iK, opldomlu fufluunz.!, opl- so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to In Bohemia, Moravia and snptie sore show that vt strftp'oeoiclc, operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to Silesia deaths In 1917 exceeded births measles, measles, Cerniati tJVir by over 20.000. Figures for 1918. pot other motor cars. On the farm, in the city, for sttj.purulivo conjunctivitis, vot completed, will show a larger morbusiness and for family pleasure, it is the car of fovor or other fever eontinutality. the people, and the demand is increasing every 55 'Jin, xlas. pellagra, plague, whole condition," tho Red "This day. Let us have your order promptly if you iteiitu labor, bronchial lobu-Jh- j; Cross commission reports, "Is duo to t of mothers and .tiiantilo paralysis, puerperal sep- want one. titux-iila- , rablos, scarlet foor, small- -' children. In Its investigation tho Amer- trmdioma, tuberculosis, typhoid lean Red Cross found that many chll milk not have never E. P. HAHNE.S & IlltC). trtvr typhus fovor, whooping cough, dren mother's milk,tasted the women pv-ns S3'jHi1ks. gonorrhoea, chancroid. Heaver Dam, Ky. were too weak to nurse their bnbles. ST js well here to state that It is Seven year old children have the phy mot ialy the duty under the law for slral proportion of five, and ten jenr iirv uractleiug physician to report old have the growth nf a normal Umv.v 'Okes but every schol teacher, siueii j ear old." Tho Red Cross has organized a VhXj iroprii'tor, hend of thu houiio, of jX'iV iylumn, alms houses and other tcni of soup kitt liens throughout the through which It hopes to M- IncCPurloiiK to make tliono reportx to counlry, avo tho lives of thousands of moth pur-si.ta .anty hoalth officer. All ers and children Tho rumor of n sign :4F afflicted with Uwm diseases with tho American flag and tho ned iSju-ali- i to Cross over an old shack or a hastily isolated bo Jiuciedialuly Trotvl tlio health of otUui and oth- - constructed hut Is enough to make ." lumahQvs of tho family. women of these foreign cnuutrlos walk Wc wish to lw much fctruns miles for a ration of soup. Simd, Crom-B-OCl--or-ihner v Wash-- : .the jience delegates In Paris. government, It Is re-- f VHiP KrttvT. Tsaa pointed out In Its appeal . ft vniild be dlfflctu't for Italy to llie situation in vlow of popularity with tho Italian StxrC-- o and also because of the fact tUtat he Finnic decision has been a tiiim in the side of the Italians. ' is understood the Italian govern-uitdeclared Hint it deplored tho 'siS.taiiori and did not wish to mnko sllKhltst move nt?nlnst the decl- wff Che but icacc conference, 1niarn&'iy Inferred that if d'Annun-auV;l- d on Flume was to be vcak-.T"- ! by other than ne must Ttsiltaji troops. T55fr Associated Press learns that wr.cs should the appeal bo favorably twofiTtvl no United States jtrdops are wTriJ.ft.Wt, and, pending Instructions mn hlsh authority, United States uamiS vessels would stay outside the tlme-jDiJ- e limit. 'ir,-nUij- : ! CT,itfi iiuthorltlcs hero, who control rations In the Adriatic, linvo ny assistance whatsoever, itie llnnl decision from A.-v- r d'An-ai.rsfc- ''s m it; sft he-do- Tuesday. Mr. Wayno Wlgglnton Is on the sick list. Miss Delia Dartlctt is 111 of typhoid. Mrs. Hosa Martin Is on tho sick we"hcr' Doc. Ford says when ho look's a list. The slato board advises vaccina-- ., over with his y machine , Mr and Mrs Charles McKlnley iio ton aga list Influenza. It also fur- ..land don t find no good sized,' fat entertaining a visitor In their home. nlshes a supply of vaccine free to all , wallet Its a never-fallin- g sign that Its a flno new boy. Ind gents who are not able to pay for itlie aforesaid fellow don t have ap- Mr. Joe II. Martin, of the l S .Most all our physicians are .sanic. pendlcltis. Navy, Is spending a few days with supplied with vaccine and aro now his father, Mr. Klnch Mai tin. ready to vaccinate ill those dcslrlr.g AVo caught meat products off a Several. . cases of diphtheria have to be inocculated. . . f w .Invd nir.1 ,1,1.1 limif-l- lt nllrdnlvnu n . ' deeloped In the Hell's Iluii cominiinl The State Hoard of U"aVl Is mak-- ' gallon of Inrd nnd a half strip offen1,.. . Ing a great effort to g"t the peop.e a slab of sow belly and thei -nroused and do beter service along so durn hogs may go and .M.m:i.(ii: mchnsi:. theso lines than ever before. Shall far as wo arc consarnod. wo Join In and help them or shall Only three mnrrlage license have Vo nwalt tho death ropoits that am . Wo'vo had a good rain, fall flsliln linnii nntilttwl for during the past sure to coino and then wonder why f i !( t i I.. :u it.. very mu ana sciuirrui iiunimg is Tveo-- . something has not been done. bdst, and me with about as much; ,ra" M , M rown 0nU) We as health of Peer: are now reachance to get away lrom this tlftiK-- ! Alverf, dy and willing to act. Will you act ' JoimM busted joint as Hat N'aH has to es-- i' McUcnry, to Pearl with us? cape from that pesky bunch of check- - U(,1)hls01li .T. motniiltos tic TJio way to extermiDoes Charlie Cardan rim his flour nate tho fly is to cloan up and annlhil-at- o mill after dark and before day so his breeding place. Tito innnuro to Kctii chance to grind sawdust lnt In tho stHblo and out door prlries are Ills bran nnd feed stuff without being two of their principal breeding places. ' caiiRht? Any placo whore there Is heat moisture furnishes an excellent placo The concensus of opinion seems to for the fly to breed. be that Sol Harnett nnd Walter KenW" ndvlso that each community nedy, Ksq., may got that old buildand school district set apart a clean ing, on the corner, torn down In time up day anil attend to these" matters to tako a few days off Xiuas week. at an early date. There has been brought to us some . . buv two coriIs of g0()(li compla nt about ho conditions about ' WantcdTo g(jft fi fof onp wlnt(jr wh(. the coal mining dstrct. The miners t Must ,o frc(j of km)t9 and operators should got together , nnv nr n. Son and decide among themselves whose u,uy;cI):iratclj. ,, nrari; or .. UUlj 11 is Lll lllieild lu mi win it uiiujf ' bad i ,,, have it done at once before outbreak of theso diseases. Files are tho conveyors as well an other InscctUt lice a ml, Imga, fleas, mission or by a League of Nations. I The latter project would bo practical-- ! jly the same as advocated byAndro. Tardlou some months ago. hi either cnrio the port of Flumo Ite would Internationalized. The opinion is expressed hero that, especially after (labrlolc d'Annuiulo's act In solzlng the city, neither of tho schemes would satisfy the Italian peo- 'ple. ' Lalley Light and Power Saves Labor on the Farm Lalley Electric Light is actually a farm economy. It is an economy because it saves both labor and tfmc. It is an economy because, on the other hand, it gives better light for work which must be done before daylight or after dark. Light and power arc always ready, at the lowest possible operating cost. It is a fact that Lalley savings do pay its way. ; MAST VIIIW. spent Tucsdny Mr. H. J. Trench night with relatives at Heaver Dam. Mr. 11. V. Taylor Is very 111 of ' bronchial trouble. Mr. A. T. French was In Owensbo-ro- , ,,, c, ,,, ,1 : '. I r . -- I ...fi'fl 'switch jTAI,is iF" I LIGHT 1 V L 1 - ,., oi-ito- . O. JIi'JCIXNKV TAV ,Olt. .1. A. Dl'K". Judge MAC'Iv COOK, J. W ,,,,,es- - Wo kinder hate ,,' to leave the old ..'lotle oila A. Johnson, Olaton, to Char- Hello Owen, Olaton. Mconrv. Lattry Lifht it a complete unit engine .ind gvnetatat with It itorate b.rttsty lupphes ample electricity lor Will water pump, washing machines Mwrepar Cfjrn- separator, lannmA mi, iron, etc ll LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION DETROIT, MICHIGAN. U. S. A. felkqjlght safes time.snvs labor. sxXx monxf. foil W. J. BEAN, - Aent Hartford. Ky. t ll""' .tHiiip-..pe.ifcin- Age-Her-w- " r. at !" Farms For Sale A nice farm of 115 acres, 2 houses, large barn, 30 acres light timber, plenty of water. All level, rich land on good road, 6 miles from Hartford. Price $7,500. J)ir ......,.,, Sll-'(- 1 i,, tfcenny 1 P'r Something classy. This farm has 100 acres, extra good improvements, 35 acres tiled, located 5 miles from Hartford, on public road. Price very cheap at $15,000. It's a farm you want. See us the Real Estate Dealers, a... s J H0LBR00K, PARKS & COMPANY it on-'i,- er t r J I No-cree- k, a. i ; 'y T'd ittii, An Easy Way to Get Bigger Grain Yields with Less Seed Planting with n grain drill, Instead of with n broadcast seeder will cause you no more work, In fact, considerably less, and in a short time the saving in seed will pay for the drill. That, in itself, is sufficient reason why wc want you to see Brunt Grain the John Deere-Va- n Drill we have on display. There arc other reasons that apply only to Uie Von Brunt This drill has a patented, adjustable gate force feed that successfully handles any size seed from alfalfa even continuous streams and the seed is protected until it readies Uie bottom of the furrow. Bui t1 pnou-EiflK- ij. Bi, to bearded oats without ing. chok- Fo The force feed compels the seed to leave the grain box in Tliat is why a field planted with a Vail Brunt Drill makes such a pleasing appearance to the eye and why it adds extra money to your bank account. All of the grain is ready for harvest at one time. There arc no bare spots in the field and you can feel absolutely sure that no seed is wasted in planting. Come in and let us show you how easy it is to regulate the flow of seed so that an equal amount is placed in each furrow simply moving a lever regulates the quantity sown. J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. iioTii riioxKS. ui yuajBf"!1!!- - niMH