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The Hartford republican: October 3, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919100301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 3, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. )t Fine Job Printing. Jtatfotb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Utmxbikavu . OF ALL THE HiOi'LE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 14 BRITON WOULD BOSS VOL. XXXII. PRECINCT ELECTION OFFICERS APPOINTED HARTF011D, OHIO COUNTY, KY., EIIIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919. Tntuin, J; Harrison Crowe, S; C. M. HONEYMOON Drown, C. RUDELY METHODIST PASTORS ANNOUNCED enough should be left alone. Tho man whoso business keeps him up for long periods through tho late hours of tho night discovers a new and different world. Tho world after midnight Is so markedly different from that of tho earlier hours that it amazes those who have not been accustomed to It. I shall, at a later tlmo, wrlto an account of tho city world after midnight. mo aiirriT court i ADJOURNED TUESDAY BROKEN BY SHERIFF SUNDAY IF TREATY APPROVED List Now Selected W.ill Serve During Coming . Year. Tlio Ohio County i The Louisville Conference of the Charllo Haws w,-- apprehended on Washington, Sept. 30. American HEAVER JAr. Rorad of Elec- in fact it is In splendid condition. Thofollowlug cases were, nctcd up board the M. II. & E. train at tho M. E. church, South, In session last labor will have 4 votes In tho inter-labtion Commissioners composed of S. local depot Monday night by Sheriff week nt Klkton, hroko all recent pro- Mra. Joe Held and son, of Illinois. A, Hrntchcr, Sheriff of Ohio county, on as Indicated council to bb formed by the J. it. Miller vh L. & . N. It. II. Co.. S. A. llratcher, upon Information and 'cedents by announcing tho assign aro tho guests of Mrs. Reld's parents, peace treaty which President Wilson Chairman, Rowan Holbrook I. , . r... . .. . .! ..II i I.. ny """' " uiijuuriiiiig ounuay auer 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray brought from France and tho QrltisU i and V. S. Tlnsley, at n recent meet- - v" lrml ""en wo weni to press last mo siicrm ot .ipencer county, inn., ;""". umraii ot noiding a session on Mr. E. M. Carter and little daugh- - Empire will havo 24. Ing appointed tho following precinct week) verdict for defendant. 'tor, of Central City, were the guests 5It;.,,nl0 Tlchenor vs Alvls It. Tlch- - where young Haws Is charged with Monday for that purpose. Thus the same proportion of Brielectlon officers to servo during the, Key. A. D. Lltchfiold, the pastor ot Sen. and Mrs. forgery on two or more counts, per- year, that is to Sept. 20. 1920. nor, dismissed without prejudice, present Albert Leach, dur-o- r tish' preponderance which exists in K- ;hcrc for tho past two year.! goes to ,iB tho week-enOalibart vs L & N. It. It. Co. haps. the assembly of the League of Nauntil their successors aro appoint-- ' I The young man announced his will- - Princeton, while Kov. E. W Smith, plaintiff wns granted a new trial. Miss Irene Taylor, who has a posi- - tions six votes for Britain and one qualified. ed and ' KI,lI,,' Carter et nl., vs Motion for J igncw to return to Indiana, where he who has been tho pastor at Cadis, for tlon at Breman, Ky., spent tho week-I- n for the United States Is carried out 1 Following Is the list of appointees ,"J" following vnhUc. ditch or drain, Defendant's mo- - N accused of committing tho offense, the past four years has been assigned en,i With her parents, Mr. and Mrs in the arrangement for tho internafull. Tho letter without requiring requisition papers, to tho work at this ploint, T. C. Taylor. tional organization which is to settle name Indicates judge, the letter "S" Hon for now trial overruled. I Following aro tho assignments Mary It. Hrownlng plaintiff, vs J. r in anywise prolonging, the trans-- ) Mr. John Hodge, ot Herrin 111., the world's labor problems. Clerk.: sheriff and tho letter "C" mado In and for the Owensboro DIs-f- is visiting relatives here. K Hartford Cal I'. Keown, J; II. 'K. Hrownlng, defendant; judgment for from this state. .Tho Sheriff ot Full Polios to Danger. 'Spencer county, Ind., camo over after ,trlct: plaintiff, divorce granted. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Haird, of CenH Slnnett. J; B. P. Ilamnrd, S; W. Senator Fall, of New Mexico, one ot Presiding elder, L. K. May; Heaver tral City, spent tho week-en- d Arthur Daniel vs Marlon Daniel, the prisoner and returned to RockK. Sills, C. with the bitter opponents of the treaty, Dam, E. S. Moore; Calhoun, M. M. relatives Jiere. port, Ind., yesterday. W Hartford S. T. Harnett, J; .1. Judgment for plaintiff, divorce grant- brought this fact to the attention oC In an Interview, with yo.ung Haws Murrell; Centertown, P. A. Sanders; cd. Miss Myrtlo Park Is the guest of E Henn. J; W. H. Harks, S; Otto C. Mnck Logsdon vs Wnlker I). Hlnos, the following. Information was roadl- - Central Cly station, W. A. Grant. her sister. Mrs. n. V. nnintnn nn.1 tho Scnato today Jn tho most careful Martin. C. analysis of the treaty which has thus Cloverport, J. K. Itandolph; Drakcs - lMr n run ton ly given: W . 1I...I-- . f. ... II. r...e.t u. Iill! lint. i. Director, dismissed, settled. j iniii n iium-iiium ar Tho young man, Charlie Haws, said boro, A. II. Reynolds; Dundee, Wnl- mn U T"rnor vs Mur" "cavrln. jir rom narras3 was In Herrin, the been presented. hisHo announced at nett. J; O. R. Tlnsley. S; II. A. llalrd. conclusion of statement that T. H. mi tnat week havlnir Iippti tin motion oi ueienuani tor now mai. he was horn and raised near Mining ter E. Burdette; Fordsvllle, C City, Ilutler county, Ky., and that his Handy; Greenville station, V. S there by the denth of his nephew, Mr. ho will move to strjke from tho treato next term of court. Sulphur Springs J. T. )avls, I, Continued ty tho'entlro labor qonvcntlon. age wns IS years, that ho had never Frank; Greenville circuit, K. H. Mc- Green. Murphy, S; J Albert Cox, J; A. Tho American Federation of Labor E. W. beforo been arrosted. That some mis- - Milan; Hartford, CLEAN-U- P Smith;- - Miss Laurene Stevens, daughter of DATE. E Mitchell, C. t provislons foP take had been made in regard to tho Hawesvllle, S. H. Higglns, supply; Mr, R. F. Stevens, died at her home hag ,lnuorsed , , .T .Varan W. 1). Taul, J; I.eo Miller, 'I'liiiixbij, Oct., II, Fixed As charge upon which ho was now do- - Lewlsburg, J. E. Gunn; Lowlsport, F Wednesday morning, after a brief ill "'o luilHUHUU Ul IUU UJlulHUUUUUl iriV Date For bor Council, but it is seriously ques- J, Tom Medcalt, S; John Mufftt. C tnlned and that ho felt certain that E. Lewis; Llvermore. E. C. Lampton; ness of typhoid fever. (Jencntl Cleaning Up. trViAflia tlnnnrl In Ihn Qnnnln l.c S. I.. Stevens, J; Clar- C'ronwell it would lie so shown when ho could .Maceo, ni. it. Alexander; uwensboro, m' ? P" BrUntn. ?" daiiRhter. cure James. J ; Isaac Cooper. S; Sher- - j T1,urs(la.t Octol)0r 9tll( hnB hem bo given a hearing. Hreckenrldge street, W. S. Huckncr; Mrs. W. E. Travis, of Louisville, are members were at th,t tlme awaro L- ot the arrangement by which tho man .lcslgnated by tho State Authorities . You"B Haws wn married about Owensboro, Settle Memorial, Carl C. tho guests of Mr.' and Mr-- , G. W. British empire, with Its, 24 votes, can Quint Henton, J; C Cool Springs wnnko ago to a Miss Susie Ulan- - Gregory; Owensboro circuit, E. It. Hrunton. a8 5 'ro aml Accident prevention day, l" hold the balance of power over the 4 L. Elliott. J; Jack Taylor, S; J u. cnarti, wno gavo ner ago as la, and uennett; uwensooro, iniru-stree- t, The Ice cream supper, given by the votes for the entire State. allowed to the United States. Herryman. C. Hlanchard, of F. Atkins; Owensboro, Woodlawn, W Pnrent-TeachRealizing the Importance of good daughter of Mr. Association, at the Five British Odds. North Kockport J. T. CiyrtcrTJ; Narrows, to which point the young O. Rlckard; rtochester, J. A. Wallace; school hall Friday evening, was a sanltarv conditions and seeing the Senator Fall said it was evident S L. Fulkerson, J; J. W. Ross. S; E o Stanley, S.,L. C. Coward; Sacrameu- - huge success. During the evening a when tho plans need for tho general observance of couple i that havlnBestauUshed he ratlo o Woodburn, C. such a day in our town, the Mayor, wcro 80 unceremoniously interrupted to, E. D. Uoggess; South Carrollton. program was rendered by M Jack- - fi to as the proper Layton Williams, J; S. Kockport whJck young -j- u. Jones, supply; stephensport, (J. son's Music and Expression classes noriti uratcner. ine J. E. Bean, together with tho Chair- the British empire should bear to T K. Hunley. J; W..H. Maddox, S; A and'Sccretary of tho Hoard ot married people had gone to tho E Gentry, supply. 'mnn 11 Koss. C. the United States, the treaty makers, "sier "i "me iwo wccks ago, ior Health. Judge Mack Cook and Dr. E. NEW OIL COMPANY including tho President, had merely W. I. Lankford. J; C. W Select WORLD'S SERIES. dcslgnnted tho tho express purposo of getting mar- 'II. Pendleton, have , , ricd and wcro returnlnK to tho homo Kanno9 J, s. 11. ivoown.a, u. i. rni-- . UMma . . na IS INCORPORATED 'oUowed out the rule, and by allow- t.,.,,., .1. Ing each of tho British colonies two In the first ot the sorles of ball for the prevention of sickness as well of 'ho urldq's parents when their hapiilness was so suddenly and com- - games between the Chicago Ameri- OH Company, a new votes ln the labor coundl had Horse Branch Miles Crowder, J: (ls fjr &Ci The Pino Know Vlrgll Gary, J; G. J. Christian, S; j Warnings hnvc been sent out tnat I'lotely upset, at least for the time cans and tho Cincinnati Nationals, for capitalized at ?100,000, Ped the ratio by four, thereby giving 'olng. the championship of tho world, play- - filed articles ot incorporation in the he Brit,sh 24 and tho Un,ted states Jack Walker, C. '"flu" Is nliroad in tho land again and . , Roslnc C. E. Raloy, J; J. H. Mon- ,ed nt Cincinnati, Ohio, Wednesday, Ohio County Court Clerk's office yes- - uul no ,...,.,. ....... ,n ,..1,1-- 1. The tremendous significance of this .Cincinnati, with Ruether pitching, terday. roe, J; Loney Thompson. S; M. C rK,,t tho awful ,.,ia,iy than by the 3 CHILDREN SENT whaled tho ncllet for. 9 scores whHo Thn phlnf nnlnfs nf nonr. fntiirn nn. Preponderance of voting power, which Schroader. C. Observance of strict sanitary condl- i ti .... n TO ORPHAN'S HOMEvthe much touted White Sox garner- - tivltles will bo in tho fields adjacent has been P,aced ln tho hands r the w.... 1. .. i.iu.yi 11.1111- -iifii it.,.. U..1.1 o, it- t()n9i was snown oy senator tail H iiiauKeusuip, ,ed but one lone tally. Cicotte, the to Smith's Grove, Warren county and II Taylor. J; Jesso yy0 HrB0 n upon every man, woman Mary Belle, Jessie Catherine and premier pitcher for the white stock-Iren- e Scottsvllle. in Allen countv where tho! whe? no went on to P0,nt out tho S; Ellis Smith. C. o- 'and child In this town, in fact in King, infant children of Whalon Ings was knocked out of the box ln company holds what is considered to matters wl'ich aro to bo placed under W. Heaver Dam 'J. i. C. Park, J; ,,.... .,,,,. i !, Countv. to thorn, u;hlv the jurisdiction of tho international Mitchell Rondor. J; Dick Coleman. S; renovatl, tho faco or tlelr j,ropprty King, deceased and Francis King, the 4th stanza. Altogether the Reds bo, attractive territory. . Artlcle xnl ot tba u, 14 hits to 6 for the Windy Messrs Rowan and H. T. Holbrook ,aI)0r council i'. lodges, thn nrmicrtv in and tinon wh.fh t'nv were voluntarily surrendered, and registered McHonry A. M. Smith, J; E. F. res,0. committed to the Kentucky Children's City Aggregation. 'S and W. H. Parks aro tho IncorI)ora-!'e- a' "IT... I uiuicr una uiiiciu unj. uumestic Render. J; Sam James, S; Roscoe Don't let this day go by unheeded Hume Society by tho Ohio County' Tho game yesterday, with Wll- - toi'g, question, whether of transportation, Hams and Saleo doing the twirling. Plrtle, C. If you do some member of your fainl- - Court, Wednesday. railroads, government ownership, telII. II. DAVIS DEAD. S. II. Render. J; W ly or your neighbor's family Is cer- -' went to Cincinnnttl by the count of Under present conditions It was Ccntretown egraph lines, telephone lines, factories E. Brown, J; W. H. Bean, S; O. pay with their lives, f- - penal- - utterly Impossible for tho mother of 4 to 2. This gives tho Red Legs a tain to every possible phase of domestic Mr. H. H. Davis died at tho home Bishop. C. tlle three little girls to support and good Jump on the White Hose In the ity of your neglect and slotluulr.cAll of these .would of his daughter, Mrs. John Lindloyjlife is touched. Fred Boone, J; W. M Clean up, don't stop as long .is you caro for them, though strive as she series or a games to tie played. Smallhous and Mr. Lindley, near Centertown, 'come under this article as affecting Addington, J; O. T. Klttlnger, S; can fn,i anytliliiK that neetln buruln? ntlglit. So tho next best courso, as Tuesday night, last, after nn Illness 'labor. The man who Is responsible ASSESSMENT NOTICE. vlowed by thoso concerned, was tak mnton igieneart. u. or )UrVng. for the labor articles under Article of long duration. Renzo Mario w, J; Fordsvllle en. E. m Mr. Davis was well known here and XIII cut the heart out of the labor I, or one of my deputies will bo at R B. Canary, J; C. E. Mlllor, S; W. MARRIAGE LICENSE j II, Miller. C. Heflln,, Tuesday, Oct., 7th; Buford. in a largo portion of the county, hav- - .constitution which Congress wrote for JOE KSKHIDCi: DEAD. SINCE LAST REPORT formerly been prominent as one the labor of the country. The au- V. A. Matthews. J; j Oct. 8th, and at Bell's Run, Thurs-lln- g W. Fordsvllle y. M. Cooper, Mcllenry, to Lottie 31 r. Joe Eskridgo died at his homo day, Oct. 9th for tho purpose of as- -. of tho county's teachers for a number thority of Congress to enact laws for Reynolds, J; W. G Kirk, S; Willard tnuor would, tinner tins article, 00 ncar Fordsvllle, last Friday. Ho had sesslng the taxpayers within said dls- - of years. Godall, Mcllenry. It. O. Neel, C. Burial of the remains was at Cen- transferred to the League ot Nations. FInley, Fordsvllle, to Celcs- - been afflicted with chronic nppondlcl- - trlcts. Aotnavllle W. S. Richards. J. Alfred Reverses Own Opinion. Frank Reynolds, J; J. C Haynes, S; tlo Maddox, Fordsvllle. tls for several years and finally sub- - D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r.. Ohio Co. tertown, Wednesday afternoon. Oklahoma City, Sept. 30 Quoting "Wilbur PbllHpps, C Archie Plumnier, Prentiss, to Penti mltted to nn operation on Monday LOUISVILLE MARKETS. speeches ot President from pro-wprior to his death, but It proved too Shrcvc Olln DiifT, J; Charllo Dav- Southard. Prentiss. V CTDIllMP Wilson, Senator Reed, Democrat, MIs- idson, J; Rufus Dowoll, S; John I Clifford Allen, Select, to Pearl Hud- - late, as his general physical condl- Hogs 5c lower and market dull, t )url, speaking hero tonight In opposl- son, Cromwell. Itoblnsou, C. tlon had become so deranged that By I. D. Clnlre, Best heavies, 165 lbs. up, $16; 120 to tlon to the league of nations, said the Olnton J. E. Mlllor, J; Henry Fe-Ildeath resulted in splto of alt that Governor Blackts campaign meth- - 3155 pounds, $15; pigs, 120 lbs., down, President had reversed his own opln BASE BALL could be done for him. J; L. C. Crawford, S; M. S. Pat"lls wouhl 1)0 amus,,,B " toy wro ?i2i3.25; throwouts, $12.65 down. Ions in order" to support the leaguo terson, C. Uurlal of tho remains took place --...ua- Heaver Dam met tlofeat last Satur- - nt Wesley Chapel Church ' near do- - """" uomuiiu ior auvev uuu mmua con- - proposal, "i.-Huford C. D. Hudson, J; R. R. ton Ballard with soiling flour cheaper tinned good. Best sheep, $6; bucks. "Tho Amorlcan people have been Cundltf, J; Wnltcr Blair. S; O. C. day 011 the homo grounds, "at the ceased's home, Saturday. ,wholosalo than' retail, a busluess prac - 4 down; best lambs, $13; seconds, led generally to bellevo that the hands ot Beo Springs. In as fine, tin I Mngan, C. Iloaguo Is formed for our benefit, and jtlee w,,lcl1 ls universal, and accuses ssB 9; culls, laURENE STEVENS. Bartlett John Davis, J;ira Mos- - exhibition ot the American sport as! Kd Morrow ot performing his sworn Thoro woro no changes ln tho quo- - that Its purposo is to keop Amorica S; Henry one would care to see. Tho" teams! ley, J; Clarence Patton, nut of war," suid Senator Reed. "As appeared to us to bo ubout evenly' 3IIss Laureno Stevens, tho beautl- - "utj u eiuorcing tno law wniio no tntlons on calves. Best veals, $17 Daniel, C. I old daughter of Mr. R. F was uniieu biates uistnct Attorney. 17.50; medium, $S.50rll; common a matter of fact, tho league Is form. fill Roy Owon, J; Sam Hol- matched. Hofllu !$5.50(gi 8.50. Tho trade was active, ed for tho benefit of other nations Tho play, or decision on tho ball Stoveus, died at the homo of her fath brook. J; L. H. Shuvor, S; T. F. The Incompleteness of human hap Cattle Market slow and without and Is to he maintained largely at tho ruled foul In tho lust halt ot tho 7th., er ln Heaver Dam, Wednesday, from Tanner, C. ls shown in tho Insipidity that special Interest. Primo heavy-stoer- s expense of tho Amorlcan people" Coralvo II. T, Maddox, J; D. R. when tho Beaver Dam boys woro at nn attack of typhoid of short enjoyment of the most 12.003 13. 00; heavy shipping steers The President has "convinced hlm-sio- n Tho young girl was Just bloom- - jfollows tho R. E, Eudaley, S; J. H. bat. was an extromoly doubtful dec!- - Hon Ilolsley. J; ($11.00 12.00; medium stoors, $10.- - solf that it Is tho business of Amerl- and caused much dissatisfaction., ing into womanhood, and was of u cherished achiovment. Wood, C. J50ll.00; light steers $9.00 10; can statesmen to sacrifice America on At any rate it is morally cortnln that' most lovable chnracter. Pt. Pleasant Theodore Hill, J; L01u an" cauousen anu impersonal fat heifers $8.00011.50; fat cows, tho altar of humanity," he assorted. tho decision cost tho homo team the Burial of tho remains took place 31. Tlchenor, J; Iris Render, S; L. Igamo, hecuuso tho score up to Hint nt Llborty, yesterday at 11 o'clock ,1s l" " muuiuiuo, anu jet u is a .5s.uu5p10.D0; medium cows, ?o.uuy; .Referring to Mr. Wilson's remark at Everly. C. s mine In which one who thinks and(8.00; cutters, $5.506.00; canners, Irouo, during tho recent tour, that ho was tied at 0110 each, and on till. a. m. Narrows J. T. Whltohouso, J; Jno time feols and patiently watches and waits, $5.0005.50; bulls, $6.008.00; wanted "to get Into any kind of trou- Shultz, J; H. H. Westerflold, S; C. C. particular hit, called foul strike,' may discovor the rarest goms of hu- - feeders, $8.30 010.50; stockers $7.00 ble that will help liborate'.mau-kinscored and got a man on FRANCE GIVES Beaver Dam Carter C I VOTE OF CONFIDENCE man character. 10.00; choice milch cows, $95 and dp not want to. be always think- 1. Pnitnn. t J: J. A. third. Which might have won. but II t ....... medium, udiu'u; common, jng about my skin or my pocket- Edg'o, S; FInley Car- - when tho battor and rurinor woro both Greer, J; Sam Writing as n salary worker, and $50 65. Paris, Sept. 30. Premier Clem book or my friendships," the senator sent back, tho sldo died without fur- n Produce and Cash Grain. said: gains. Thou Bee Springs made enceau and his government received a with tho fullest sympathy with the! J; thor Prentiss Claronco Dennis, of Just demands of labor, I viow with Corn Approximate selling prices vote of the The trouble is that it is not the James Shepherd, J; Albert Patterson, I one score In tho 8th inning, which 'Doputles conildenco ln to Chambor lanxiety the present tendency of n today, 262 188. cars in Louisville aro as follows. President's skin that is to be sacriwon tho gamo. s. Q B Scott, C. labor to ovorreach Itsolf. Tho No. 2 white shelled-- . $1.64; ear, 5c ficed. It is tho skin on tho backs of The voto of confidence means It'was for tho most part a batUo Herbort Grant Midklff, J; Virgil tho urlvilege of labor to organize for tho per bushel lower. ...... 1. a. tivn ' s. l.nnnnni liptwpon nitphers. each team liaviht other important victory for American people. It is uot the Preswages nnd condl- mix- - ident's pocketbook that is to be empOats No. 2 white, 73c; No iBood pitchers and both appeared to "Tlgor" of France, this tlmo ln his purpose ot fixing Tuvlor. c' ." tied. It is tho pocketbooka ot ". . ol.w.. ,.,.,. .,., 4ir..u. Arnniii Blumer.bo in rare form, stntting out is and "K"i " rmiranuu m mu """ s. w .Evans. ' J;' S; Clar- 14 imor ..nri. thn rtin Snrinirs ainh- - '.treaty. The figures bIiow. nevertlie- - tnat may uot uo too much abused, if I Poultry Hens, 24 25; springers, Americans." Ttenfrow, J; O. B. Howell, -, man getting tho better of tho argu- - less, n marked dwindling In his sun.- it attempts to unduly burden the pub- - 28 29c; old roosters, 14c; ducks, 20 ence Arnold, C I port, tho Hear the "Fighting Americans," a they put to naught all tho lie its privilege may be revoked. Ala- - coats; turkeys, 27c. Render 3HUoni'ark, J; Will Por mcnt. Ly. Packing butter, 39c; Singing Quartet, of'llie Colt-AlbButter Denver Dam nlsn lost to Central predictions of the rudl.'als that "the bama has already passed an autl- Claude Myter, J; Chester Lonoy, S; ceum Bureau, at Mcllenry High ' iCIty Sunday, in the game played at'noxt vote" will topple- him from pow- - strike law and a similar measure has creamery, C5c. ' ers, C School, Oct., 6, S.:15 P. M. 'er. i.bn Introduced In cougress. Well E8S3 Candled, 45 cents: i Simmons Charllo Smith, J; Fred Mcllenry, by the score of 2 4ox4. or Judge Slack extended tho Soptein- court to Tues- dny of t tils week, in ordur to elenn up everything on the docket necdliiK nHcntlon and ready for trial. The docket Is now in hotter shapo than since tho outbreak of tho war, ipr term of Circuit Forgery Charge Leads To Many Changes Made By Louisville Conference Of Detention Of Young M. E. Church South Groom. Would Have 24 Votes Or Labor Questions To U. S. 4 .... ,'"irai ' "'' .., .'.. .... d. or , - I I ' ,.,.;' 'I 1ylr. t or wem-enrout- ,)r'l muUI-corporati- .,,. - I ( "SI t-- 1 - ! DPnc rkrr ar x, - ( '" $56. -r I , n..i. .,,,,,' ... .... nu; .,.r. d. ( -- or-'o- I i'w .' .., 110.-000,0- er , BOY-PBING- E IS NOW ONLY PLAIN GEGGAR V. S. Sl'llMAUINK IS IMSTHST KVKIl .MADK FOR THE T CULL Indiana and Kentucky are helping to locate soldiers who have disappeared since their discharge from military service. One Is Sergt. Russell Irving Vlles, to Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing discharged Juno 17 from with to cure with local treatment, pronounced Wife (Trying to think of the tho Motor Transport Corp S13. it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, I ' lactic i Let's see. what is the name greatly influenced by constitutional ton Private Harry E. Ross, Co. H. 2Gth dlllons and therefoie reuulroa consiltu- - of that nlace where so much was done Infant First Division, A. E. P, was uonai ireciment. nans latarru .'.i calpeace in the wounded while serving at Solssoni promoting cine, manufactured by F, J. Cheney & towards Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constltution.il July 19. 1918. Slnco that time only world? t remedy. Is taken Internally and acts reports have reached his Hubby Reno, my dear. thiu the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces mother. Mrs. Clark D. Ross, 4042 a i'f the System. One Hundred Dollars Is offered for any enso that Hall's "If I marry it will be to a man Thiid St., Des Moines, la. Catarrh Modi Ine fallH to cure. Send for Pi hate Joseph Hurch Walker of v.hoso fortune has at least five ciphers circulars and testimonials. Montcagle, Tenn., Is believed to bo F. J. CIIi:XRV & CO., Toledo. Ohio. in it." declared a girl, to a suitor of Sold by UniRsiatu, 7.c. mentally disabled as the result of gas. very limited means. Hull's I'umlly Pills for constipation. Ho was discharged from Camp Dodgo "Then I've got you," ho replied In June. It Uf II, .,11,11111. 1IIIU1111II. 1IIU iwi- TOO ni'Vll ML'HlC. ".Mine is all ciphers!" Private George Nelson. C. E. P., lowing spring ho was graduated from If your child starts in Its sleep, has been missing since Pobruary 1, ".Selfishness," said President Noon-aPhysician Tell your wife not ,o 1919. He Is suffering a lapse of mem- college and shortly afterward ho mar-Jrie- grinds Its teeth while sleeping, picks and went to Europe. Whilo In of .Marquette university. "Is out worry about that slight deafness, as ory following shell shock. at the nose, lias a bad breath, flckiu (Europe he wrote me several letters placo in murriagu. Salflshuoss In it is merely an Indication of advancuf Anv of thesn men mav bo In the appetite, palo complexion, and dark l (mo enjoying rings muirl.igo leads straight to the ing vears. Uke Division, Ignorant of names and 'msrjf ,,e wrot0 thilt " under tho eyes; It has worms; splendidly, but. he added the nm! .ik Innf? 9iu tlinv rfinmtn tn tho In- andresjos. !!"('.- - Pn"o' u '.' v.hi r Ir.i M court. A solfUh wom'tn v.'hn j o.ohesaw of foreign lands tho more. tLgtinegi matrlod a year ago, tho other day telling her yourself? illustrated that chId wl, ,1(J siek,y uuiiiKiiii i a; was mm uu w;is u uui;- - White's Cream Vermifuge clears out call oil on a divorce lawyer to sec 'World. born American citizen, of a JUNIORS WANT MILLION about getting a divorce. the worms,' strengthens tho stomach where ho acknowledged no superior, i "What Is the complaint, ma'am?" and bowels and puts tho little, ono on MEMBERS FOR THIS YEAR uless it was by merit, and no man an tho road to health and cheerfulness. asked tho lawyer. "Docs your hus- POLISH WOMEN CARRY OUT ilnforlor unless by his demerit. That Prico 30c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio band abuse you? Or has lie boon 'letter, to mo, indicates tho clear way County Drug Company. e. C. HEALTH PLANS in J. MILLION (Juniors In the Lake ()f lnlnK.lM. VMal u,av(i R()0.,evelt "No," said the selfish woman calmmm Division in iuia mat is tne Ho loved freedom, and to him tho n ly, "but ho snores." A wit entored a shoo- siugan oi urn ilea iross uo- American lied Cross Is )(iinR waited Is that all. madam?" "Snores? - jl",lt'(l 'status was tho incarnation of shno ,)arlor an,i whn partment of Junior Membernow conducting operations iwiui num. ami uur unci, iiuuuKu upon he entered into a conversation "isn't that enough?" ship. in seventeen European coun"Hut madam," tho lawyer stammer. The division Is 200,000 short of that nil ins lite, ins true American'tm iWth tho boy. tries. In Poland the gov . you marry the, poor fol- ernment is taking over certain parts number, but hopes to enroll that many stood out and earned for him tho d, "didn't aml wncro la your father, my and mote in the membership 'drivo Inaino which suits him so well the,j)0y7" low for better or worso?" of the American lied Cross actlUtles 4ty father? He's a farmer sir." "Vos, I did, sho snapped, "but I so that the lied Cross can move Into the Juniors will conduct In the schools .Great American. j "Vears after the Maine tramps, j Tne gentleman mused, then "I seo, didn't marry him for a brass band." new Holds of relief work. Tho policy during September. 'when both of us followed tho trail your father believes in making hay of the American Hod Cross is to estabRoosevelt 'wntlo tho son shines." Wost, I saw Theodore Surgeons agree that in cases of lish relief activities wherover great VOLUNTEER 'broaden Into healthy manhood, be burns, bruises and wounds the need exists, then to encourage local utitsi, agucics to tako over tho established dressing for flesh A valuablo The un- Be one of the million workers In jcomo strong physically. timt treatment Is most important, work and carry It on. the country who will help to enroll Jquenchablo spirit of the man, how- - wounds, bums, scalds, old sores, rash, an efficient antiseptic Is applied when With n personnel of a hundred, the Red Cross members In the Third I ovor, was always there, oven In the chafed skin, Is Ballard's Snow Llnl-- I promptly, there Is no danger ot in- Heel Cross has been making great InRoll Call November 211. t, d It Is both healing and antlsop- boy of the frail, and the wound begins to hua! roads on the typhus epidemic and has fection The Red Cross needs J15.000.000 UIc. sungun trails. Price 25c, DOc aud fl.00 per For use on man or boast, enlisted the aid of 300 Polish personut once. to complete war relief obligations "Tho breadth of the Matno woods bottle. Sold by Ohjo County Drug is the Ideal antiseptic and nel, mostly joung women who havo Boroonu overseas. Tho Lake Division's m entered his soul In those days and Company. healing agent. Buy It now and bo been taught the rudiments of Amerishare is 11,880,000. can Ideas of hygiene. After a few stirred In him tho Jovo of the groat leady for an emergency. Price I!!ic, months, Rod Cross needs now memThe tho Americans In many places K.V.KAISKIt SUMMOXKI). outdoors that lured him to all tho BOc, $1 00, u'nil 51 50. Sold by Ohio were bers for 1920 to carry on Red Cross able to leave the work of sanitaservice for Americans. m ends ot tho earth before, finally, ho County Drug Co. tion to Polish units. Tho American Authorities of nelglan havo posted YOUR CHAPTER NEEDS YOU. , took that final' West Road. Such a Itcd Cross has supplied modern steam spirit cannot dlo; for me and all real a summons throughout the country VOLUNTEER. sterilizers, 30 mobile laundries, 50,000 Americans, It must live on forever." calling on the former emperor of flat Irons, portable baths and many carFOR FLETCHER'S Mr. Sewall Is one of the groat many Germany' to appear 'for trial next loads of clothing, bedding, aud hospi! tal supplies. who aro so keenly interested In tho month at tho court of justice in -"RAT-SNAP clenu-thinkin- Rtwton, Sopt. 2". Official teils of tlin first American fleet submarine. forniorly known as the Seli- Itho AA-loy, conducted off Pruvlncetown, Indl- Formcr Russian Aristocrats pCale that the vwweii u the fastest mid erncl.nl craft of her kind ovor Time Mak- Have .. constructed. ing Living. 0rer ., measured roune tlio big hMibmerotble made n Htirfnce speed of 20.02 knots nnil n subinorged speed of llchdngfors, Sept. 27. There Is a u.fic knots, exceeding contract e In Helsingfors Iqnlreinonts In both respects. With the Ills Lxreptlort of Rrltish fronk submersl-boot- s, who poos' practically barefoot. tho surface, to him by a compassion- - ,i,.s, steam driven on Riven uto nclfihbor, would be spurned by n. which attained a speed of 23 knots, tramp Thoy arc without soles, and the American craft 'is said to be the ho limps painfully as he picks his fastest submarine afloat, way over the hard, cobbled streets, The boat was designed and built by The barefoot prince typifies the the Electric Hoat Company of New plight of many of the best Muscovite London, Conn., the hull belnR built families. Tho silent suffering and ,y the Fore Itlver Shipbuilding Co., unfilled tears of tbeso people the Corporation, of Qulncy, us sttbeontrac-flotKnof the old regime would tor. inako a story full of pathos fit to ralso The boat will cany a crew of sixty guns, mounted tho pity of many a hardened class mB1, an,i four-Inc- h i fanatic. wet" on her decks. She will havo a Endure Direct 1'oterly. cruising radius on the surface greater There are thousands of Russian than any but the latest battleships families enduring the direct hardships probably 12,000 miles, and In reality of poverty and the agonies of long forms a new weapon of naval of mental anil physical torture fare, as no German or British subliminal because their gentle birth con- - rinc equals her military character-stitute- s them the hated enemy of thojstiCs. Russian proletariat. Sonic of them are living In misery under the Kcil j Patient Say, mister, what was Torror. dally awaiting the execution- - that stuff you put on my tooth before ur; others are enduring a bitter exile jyou pulled It out? In Scandinavian countries, anxiously Dentist Brandy and cocaine. looking forward to the day of their Patient I'ull nut some more. Many of them would Passing Show. deliverance. help themselves if they could, but they were never taught to earn their Here's n n!ce Clothing Salesman liviug so nobody will employ them. feature, a change pocket provided The barefoot prince Is but a rung with a button to prevent loss. lower on tho ladder of misfortune Haven't you one Mr. Longstifferer than many of his kind. In the busiest with a combination lock? My wife a gray-bairc- d knows how to unfasten a button. restaurant In Helsingfors man of aristocratic bearing plays second violin. He Is an PEOPLE WOl'LD MUill.VTi:. of tho Russian army, and was a lich man before the revolution. He T Gerllla government has orm- is a pathetic figure. lp'l scclal department called the hiving in a cheap flat overlooking a Helsingfors, "Ke ichswandera.nt" to attend to the squalid courtyard In problem. OHiclals are there is a Russian nobleman who has emigration conditions with alarm and put all the splendor of the past ' hind him and now keeps the wolf unless proper measures are taken to from the door by baking pastries. He Prevent it it is feared that most of the works at night, and his wife retails laboring elements will soon leave the the cakes during a daily round of the country. Industrial and labor Idltions in Germany are demoralized. iTlle rral districts are suffering se- Kiilini Colonel Takes Tips. Before the V trom lack ot labor' Ou a recent visit to the frontier re- farmers used to rely on laborers gion, a Russian of tho pcrial Guard, who was wounded in 'from Gallcla and Russia who came Ger-m- y Gallcia, drove me from the station to! every- spring and summer to nre(l thousonds. ' the 'anhotel. In a threadbare suit and availa-iHni.i.- .r dingy straw hat, ho drives an evenlThese workers are no longer The German laboring class are nn,i ia m.itn ..n,i tn'ble. ., .irn.w " "" '" !.." " carrying luggage and taking "tips." reluctant to leave the cities and so Society leaders who once helped to the farmers are left with scarcely any ,.,. .i, ,.,,- - nnrt Villi i, tQo ' help whatever. It has been learned n .. VUlIll, OVLH l ,! M.V.V fcllV VWI any day in faded finery which tnat ,nrBp n'liers ot the working bore townrd oreign a London ?ljss "re castlne wouhl bo discarded by rill"rc- - The L'n,ted States' Janan rk girl. Princes and counts who stately'11"1 Sollth America are most eagerly once owned half a dozen to al,(l tho Bovernraent Is homes and vast lands now live in cimlhl' furnishing printed matter of a lodgings and make a frugal wiml in cheap restaurants at the "trustworthy nature" describing .the in those tame table as the humble clerk or conditions of settlement place: typist " u . . The first regular daily newspaper Tlwre Is more Catarrh In tills section ot the country than all other diseases was printed at Frankfort, Germany put together, and for years it was supin 1G15. posed be 1. boy-princj m war-mont- hs j -I ! ; Iin-:w- ar RED CROSS ROLL "VIB quota of funds for tho Lake Division Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky for tho Third lied Cross Roll Call, Is $1,SSO,000, accordNovember ing to the recent announcement of MacKonzle It. Todd, campaign manager for the division. This Is the Lake Division's share of tho $15,000,000 fund asked Irom the nation to complcto American lied Cross relief work abroad during the conilng'year. The goal of the third Itcd Cross ltoli Call Is universal membership. In the last drive for funds, the Lake Division quota was $0,400,000. It was oversubscribed by moro than four and a half million. State and county quotas will be announced shortly by state managers: I?. P. Grant, Ohio; John It. Downing, Kentucky; Clarence Stanley, Indiana. This will be tho only Hod Cross campaign thl year. Each year here after there will be at annual Roll Call lor members, to perpetuate In America the service to Americans that is to bo the lied Cross peace time work. OVERSEAS NURSES TURN TQ 1 I . mBfflfflf? PUBLIC HEALTH IRK -- y MPTY Itcd Cross nurses, most of them recently returned from overseas service, are to meet , to in Cleveland, Sept. discuss means of preventing disease. They have chosen as their peacetime occupation the teaching of home hvgiene and dietetics to women and girls outsido the nursing profession, and hope in this way to Increase the number marching with the American Red Cross In Its advance against 'a Jill i' wmm. R.J. CopTTlBMIHIhr lte;rl.li Tobicco Co. about smokes, Prince Albert to a joyhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new ! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. lias the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water ! Bite find parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back TALK $ 1 1 GAMP WORKERS AID HEKj CIVILIAN Toppy red bant, tidy red tint, handtome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistencr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition, Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is told. RETURNING TO LIFE R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., success of the Roosevelt Memorial Association campaign for funds with which to establish permanent and fitting memorials for Mr Roosevelt. Winston-Salem- , N. C ... I M ED Cross Home Service work- - ;KKV.I.I DKCLAItKl) "T. It." In Camp Taylor (Ky.) and A (JAM I COMPANION Sherman (O.) have found their assistance reThat .Roosevelt was a game comquired more and moro as time passes by soldiers returning to civilian life panion aud a man who could quickly who need nid In making the change. adapt himself to new and untried conDuring July 24,677 men passed hrough the Kentucky demobilization ditions is the testimony ot "Mill" wjio was the Colonel's guidf camp and of this number 2,502 new cases are recorded In the camp Home and companion on many Jaunts Service records. In addition 2.270 through tho Maine woods. men applied for information, mostly In "I remember particularly on one of regard to Insurance. This total puts these trips that Theodore wanted to Camp Taylor at the head of the list chop," says Mr. Sewall, "hut I voted for nil camps in the country In volume 'against the plan. He was fond of of work of this kind. chopping and seemed disappointed. I Camp Sherman stands third. saw his disappointment and explain-je- d Kers Se-wa- ll, CASTORiA For Infants and Children Two other Individuals ot Hrussels Hun extraction -- Gen. Opfer, formerly commandant ot Tournai, and Gen Rupprecht of tho Gorman army were also demanded. These persons, it Is stated are to bo arraigned on charges ot crimes committed in their names during tho German occupation of Ilelgium. In Use For Over 30 Years Always beara Signature of CSvzSft&&&i MiWfTi gyfci i 7" E SERVICE TO USED MEN gra-sctt- re FIND MISSING THE Homo Service Sections of American Red Cross in r. --- IJutcher-- - Thi- - pound of butter you j sent tne is three ounces short Grocer Well. I mislaid the pound) my reason for refusing I weighed it by the pound , "If you use that axe." I tirtd him. weight, so you sent mo jesterday '"the first thing you know you will of chops Homo Pawn and bo cutting yotlrself. Then I will not only have to pull this dugout but mil's Sturky Kas "Itnl C'o- -t .Me SISM j the dugout with you in it " I'nr Plumbing Hills." "On that trip I had a pirogue, a "Wo couldn't tell what was clogsort of dugout, which. I was dragging We lilting on the trip, and It was pretty ging up our toilet and drains. 'had to tear up floor, pipes, etc., found heavy. Theodore readily perceived They had 1 lie common sense of my objection a rat's nest in basement. choked tho pipes with refuse. Tho and compiled with a cheerful grin. plumber's bill was $lL'i5. "How he enjoyed that trip! A; g wholesome, youth he; leaned the rodent out." Threo sizes, was, with eager eye and mind, and '25c. HOC, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. t'ase- I he saw and absorbed every detail. bler, Acton Uros., Taylor's Drug have a letter now that Arthur Cutler wrote me soon after tho party return Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker m Myrtle. el home. "It takes Theodore two hours to ' "Ono of tho ,,Ikkc' oil the story of the Munsungun Lakes kl" ,a,0" observed Shinbono, "Is trip he wrote so scart o' making mistakes dat "During the next fall Theo,ioro came up to Maine again and wo hk. ;';" don t do nuffin at all. -D- allas i ( I . Life Was a Misery Mis. .P. M. Jones, of Palmer, 0!la., writes: " From the time I entered into womanhood looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradual1)' pot worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to ... 1 '"i1 Iff '! TAKE n, u The Woman's Tonic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones Roes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that have not a pain. . . "It lias now been .two years since 1 tookCardui, and I am still in good 1 T A well-know- health. .. 1 would ad- weak-sighte- Mun-!men- vise any woman or girl to use Cardui who' is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build upyourrun-dow- n Bystem, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. All Druggists J. 68 C&ildxen Cry CASTO R A campaign tins jiar for the GOV. BLACK AND ticket mid slated for u fat appolti I'lliie If the lit hot Is elcted. In CM1 Itheu was a candidate I'm lie. lllf III kllittul f trill rot Stilt, THE L. & N. jfoie Hie liemocnillc Colivelitloli. The Icslluioti.v liefore the lulersiate ( r 'vcali'd I'liiiiiiilssion the following lei t ir from liiowiler .V llruvv-del- ', RCVCALED DY TESTIMONY BE. lawyers, of Ithea's FOHE THE INTERSTATE COM- liouie town: now iminagi r of tin stale Demi PASS tun-iticr- MERCE. COMMISSION. "Law ".IiiiIki (llllee I'.rowtler K.V., mid Api-ll- , llrowile- -, II) lleariug: lllll. TOM RHEA ALSO INVOLVED "VIII ou senil paps mid let President's nlllcw. have this Idler for their IlleV flier Attorney General nnd tunny others. In addition to the large lalT nf speakers o lie sent out under the direction of the Stale Campaign Committee there will be liutidieds of oilier ipenkcrs In all precincts In every and M'liiiturlnl district. These spcnkers will he directed hy the local committees In with I he State Speakers' Itmeaii. Ite.viuid doubt the ptcsout plans of the bureau to supply every nook mid coiner of (be .411111' with Itcptihllcuu "peakcis are the most extensive ever adopted hi a similar campaign. ATTENTION! Sick. Women To do your duty during these trying times your health should be your first consideration. These two women tell how they found health. Hcllam, r.t. "I took Lydla L. PJnkham's Veg- ffnldn nnmnnlin1 for fmnnln trnntiloa nn1 n tto- iJ.icnmnnt. I felt nil rundown nnd was verv we.ilt. I had been trcalcd by a physician without results, so decided to give Lydla U. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound a trial, and felt better right away. I am keeping house since last April and doing all my housework, where before I was unablo to do any work. Lydla E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound Is certainly tho best mcdlinoa woman can take when in tbiscondition. I gi vo you permission to publish this letter." Mrs. E. It. Crvmlino, R. No. 1, Hcllam, Pa. Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps and dragging down pains, was irregular and had female weakness and displacement. I began to tako Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound which gavo mo relief at onco and restored my health. I should Uko to recommend LydiaE. Plnkham's remedies to all suffering women who arc troubled in a similar way "Mrs. Elise Heim.ILXo.O, Box 63,Lowell,Mich. A f Candidate For Governor on Democratic Ticket and His Cainpalun Manager Are Confronted Dy Ugly Facts Ihiiim: tin Itixi'xtlvnllnii In till" by" III!' I'llHnl Sttlll'X Sl'lllltl' llltll III!" 'f- X. ltnllio.nl In lorts u tli- - I.. liillucnrr jiiiIk"". Jiirr, innl public oHIiims In Kfiilurk.v, hrurllius urn- lii'iml licfnic ihe IVilcriil Inti-r('lllllluWslllll. Tin' Htllll' ('lllnllll'KC VV!l lll'tirill pllllllc, lllltll .(lc WI'IH , rt'pri'x.'iilftl l :it toi rninnl nil il lili'tm vvus iiiihIi ii pnlilli- ri'i'niil fur tin- - innpiiM' nf slum lug uHl-kium-- U'.'l.. .Mupoilicr, j, I'Mfst Vice Piesl-den- t, LouNvllle, Ky. PEOPLE LAUGH AT "(lur fileml, M S. Itheu, Is goliis t i lie Humiliated for Slate Treasurer on tlie Hcuinciutlc State ticket. Of uiiir--e.hhas an opponent, hut we do e "Ivar Sir: "SORE TOE" BOOK ISSUED OVER ENDORSEMENT OF V. O. GILBERT, SUPERIN- TENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. a i Ulvt Ull.lt fl till- Jlll-ul-s I.. . N. VV1IN llnlllK to lllll'lHf liliil other nlllrlills In rniiipiiiiy. kiiIs :iniist t he o It. I. Wnr-ll- t Tli" follow Inn hi, ilui'l cniuiM'l fin tin1 I.. V. N. liii Iriiml, vvrlltvii li .liuues l. ltl.uk, if lliiihumvlllf, Ml Ili- - tlino lir-- l- .s-- t h slant Aitmim.v Ci'iionil In tinniliiiliilitriiiliiii, innl Inter CiiM'iuor innl now (Jovi'rnnr i innl imiillilnti for I'li'clloii to Mint to llslit: i', uns Imiiii.-li- i "1 .ii- .Mr Wnrllilil: .Mr. William Tm, of I lil" plm-t'- , innl tlic owner of l.liut-ti'iuiiof-H- it llio Now-", loi-i- l vvllh of MHIIC hohN N. It. It. Company, .Mr. n pass ocr it port toil of llic company's ltcomiM' of snhl llM III Kciituck.v. tnillvflT llT lllC OWlll'IsllIp llf Ml III pa- pel, .Mr. M'.e will lime to surrender! Ills pass, mill Ir. Pnvls will likely up-p- l for same IliMi'inl. I write to iisk, letalii lit the MiKUotlou if .Mr Tye, hi puss ilurlns the remainder of t lie He uitrees to assist me In the (otnp.iii.x's llllimthm In I lie courts. Ills W limply JusIn tills recant tify tlie company In pcrinlltlui; him to liolil tlie pass for :ihl 1line, lr VirtllC U .iiii yii paper to (Mimics ImvK of tills place. Hy li.it. ii'ii'iill.N iu'W.p:ipi'r, Tin- - I'i'iipU-'- Ty tin1 think thele Is the slightest doubt but that he Is on the prcai ranged slate. When he gets to 'rank fort, it will be ilemoiist rated In a --dim I tlmo that he lias got nunc -- cum Hum the entire aggregation up there, ami we would like ,voa very much to give him on annual p.iss in Kentucky, which tMI be of great use to him In making his present canvass. "it Is not necesviiry to Miggpst tlio Importumc of the olllce he will liold. If you can do this, wc will he glad to deliver him the pass. "Yours very truly, "ISi:oVIH:it A. ItltOWDKIt." On this request there was the following nutation, as piesented before the coimalosloii ; "Issue good until July 1st. C. J. V. , III!. W. I,. M. recommend such pass until July 1, 1P11, and all the year If nominated. II. L. s." It will he that Illicit In the 'posltlnu of State Treasiiier (ju which lie was elected) would he a member of the State Hoard of Valuation mid Assessment, which places the vnlua- thin on railroad property for taxation. Hot 1 I j ' COST TAXPAYERS BIG SUM State Forced X PaY Fifteen Thousand Dollars, Including Paper, To Print Volume Prepared By Dr. W. L. Helzer, of "Physiology" Fame. Kentucky people are holding their sides laughing over the pretty kettle of llsh In whh li Superintendent of Public Instruction V. (). Gilbert Units himself as a result of the publication of the famous "Sole Toe" hook. That Is, they hold their sides until they all that the hook cost the taxpayers lif the state sumo $ir,0M, Including the paper, ami then they modify their mirth. The whole story of this hook Is told In the Cauiji.tlgu Handbook prepared under the directlqn of the Republican State Campaign Committee from tha records on tile In the state olllces at l'ninkfoit. This "Son: Toe" hook wr.s I prepared by Dr. Ilelzer and Mrs. V. O. Gilbert, and was published at slate expense. The Imlsvllle Courler-Joiuni- il recently published an article giving the main facts in the case The Courier-Journa- l was one of the Democratic newspapers In the state that " the notorious "Ileber ptep.'ired by the of the "Sole Toe" book. The "Heler Phvslology." It will .he reinemjjered, was adopted last winter hy the State Si hool Ti'Mliook Commission, and was then thrown out when the second adoption vvns made. The Little "Yellow Back." M'he "Sore Toe" book Is entitled "Health and .Sanitation Through the I'lihll- - Schools of Kentucky." and G.e little yellitvv back was widely distribut ed throughout the stat it the states expense. It contallis Information nil the way from u boost (or the two an-- i thnrs by Prof. Gilbert himself to bow to hull eggs, how to wrap up sore toes. and how to r.ilc children, declaring lllmt '"vvlien the thild has eggs 'for breakfast they should not be repeated In any form for supper. When the child has a chop for breakfast he should have poultry or llsh for din-- I u-tPhysl-ologj,! I in-r.- " u Mr. iiiuiinii VEGETABLE COMPOUND "TVTVTA IT J-- Why Not Try t. DTKTlTl-IAVf'-C mt v? LYD1A E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. AVH.VT ItliAC'IC LKKT OUT. ti G.O. P. SPEAKERS OUT ON THE STUMP NOTED ORATORS CARRY REPUBLICAN MESSAGE TO EVERY PART OF KENTUCKY. - ji-n- j the following roniiiieiit : "Plrase note and return. Mr. Black, besides being one of the attorneys at Barbourvllle, is also the First Assistant Attorney General of Kentucky under the present administration. "Therefore, I think It will ho well to coinpl.v with liK request. I'leaM' let me know whether I may mij to him that this will he ilone." It will he i1iMrfil that Assistant Attorney !euerul (now (inventor) Tye's request In. Hlilck oiUM' "ho aurech to assist ns In tho ciiiiiliariy's litigation In the courts," innl hecmihi' "he Ik of a numerous ami Influential Tamil, mid some of his people are usually on t lie Juries In uur courts." Tries To Defend Act. (loveriwr Itl.ick on the Mump tins tried to defend Ills net on the (.'round that Tje was the editor of a Peiuo-rriitl- c newspaper, mid an old friend of till-- , and he repeatedly asked his audiences If tinv aNo would not do fnvurs fur their friends. Is It reasonable to suppose that the of one of the Krculol Vice l're-Iilerailroads in tlio count i. would he nsk- cd to put Ills i)'l on the request of unless s.ild mi obscure cdiiIi unipl.v Justify his senlces mi tlie crouiKl of lielnc a ineiiiher "of D numerous anil liifluentlal family" ami "Mime of his people are usually on the Juries In our dilute," and unless the tlie favor for him was y iiinti who not at that time lioldlin; two Jobs one u state ofucc and the other on tlie iiii roll of tlio I.. & N. Itallroiid Company? Carroll Raps Black. Judge Carroll, during his recent Democratic primary iunpulf;n against ('iernor lllack, declared from the stiiiup time and time again in every turt of the state. "Guwruur Mack Is everywhere and every place confronted hy. that ugly nnd liicrluilnntlni; railroad letter. In every speech he spends half of hid time In u pettifogging way iitteniptliiK to defend, explain and apologize for that Indefensible and luexplalnubla ttlitl rent It on to l'ri slilen' of the "He is of n numerous and influential family, and some of his people are usually on the juries in our courts. I think it would be a good idea to allow free transportation for eaid time." When WurflcM received, tlie letter lie V. I- ENTHUSJASM IS SHOWN Speakers' Bureau at State Headquarters in Louisville Plans One of tho Most Extensive Campaigns Ever Outlined. Ui.N, - .Mnpollier, Vli e IC. with his (). t Kver Mime IMwIn P. Morrow, candidate for Governor of Kentucky, tired the opening gun of tin-- I i Mate campaign In his Initial address at l'lkevllle, Septembers, Ite-- i lib II can orators have vkslted many parts of Kentucky. The pe.iksrs' hmeaii ut Itcpiihllaiu State lieiiilqiiartei-- In l.oiiNv llle Is la charge of .lames C. Itmiiey, well known thloiighout the state as dlrec-ti- r if the spcnkers' hmeaii a year ag' caiiii.ilgii. during the Stanley-ltruue- r Mr. Hainey Is In c!oe loiiih with In every pa it of the stale anil his e illlie ut state heailquailers N a beehive. In addition to .Mr. .Morrow, who expects to speak in every part of the sUto hefoie the elettlon, November 1. the following candidates will be Itallard, eaiidlda'e beai d: S. Thru-to- il for' Lieutenant Gov et nor; Judge Fred A. Viiiighiiu, for Secretary of State; Mayor John J. Cialg, of Covington, lor State Auditor; James A. Wallace, for Slate M'leasurer; Charles I. Dawson, for Attorney General; Itoy Ik Spcik, fur Cleik of the Court 'of Appeals; George Colvln, for Superintendent of Public Instruction, and William C. Ilaiina for Commissioner ot Agriculture. Among these ciinilldates Mr. Morrow, Mr.Whiwsnn and I'rof. Colvln ate widely known as platform orators and their addresses are attracting wide attention. Noted Men Speak. Major Jackson Morris,. of 1'liievllle, Is out mi the stump for the ticket. Major Morris was pilvute. secretary to Governor A. I'. Wlllsou ami Assistant Secretary of State. Major Morris has jusi reiuriieu irom u yen in ciwve with Pershing's army In Krunce. Dun C. lVlvviirds Ih also on the pt'uklra' force. Mr. Kdwurds resides In Loudon and Is Lieutenant a former congressman. William Wallace, of Itlchniond, a prominent attorney of that city, and just returned from service uverseus, Ihlng. Is alto a speaker of note. Among the speakers who will ho 'If he Is the NOMINEE, It will stare at people from every tele- - , beard during the campaign are Augustus K. Wlllsun, of Louisville, forphone pole, billboard and public mer Congressman King Svvope, who place In the state, and no Democurried the Klghth Congressional Discratic speaker of respectability, trict over Judge Charles Hardin, chair-ma- n cave and except Governor Black, of the Dcimurutle State Central will have the effrontery to stand fnnindtUo: Judiru Kdward C. O'lteur. before any audience and undertake of Frankfort, fgrmer Chief Justice of to defend It" the Court of Appeals and Heimbllcan Governor lllack for years was the' candidate for Governor; R. F. I'rgnks, attorney for the L. & N. Itullroad In of Owenshoro, clinlriniiu of the Re. Ids own community, representing the publican State Cent nil Committee, rorpoi'iitloit l t"'' fund net of personal former candidate for Governor and Injury and other suits brought against president of the Kentucky Stale the company. thinkers' Astorlutlon ; Thomas It. McGregor, of Frankfort, former Attdrue; Rhea Also Involved. Goeral; Dr. Uen Uruner, of LouisL. & X. puss exposure The famous ville, Virgil Y, Moote, prominent Dem llbo Involves another and widely of Miiillsoiivllle ucrutlc leader, Tliomus S. Itheu, known its "The Little Olnnt ;" Jutlgo ley's campaign manager In his lumes Dreutbltt, of llopkliibvllle, for- tit tin 'race fur the Scuntt) u ycur ago, and -s rs verl-tublnt ed I well-know- n In his opening speech of the campaign at Hopklnsville, Saturday, Sept presented some 20th Gov. lllack comparative figures on the receipts and expenditures of the State since Gov. Wilson's (Republican) administration entered .office In January 1908, up to Juno 30, 1911. Gov. lllack stated that the gross expenditures for tho first three and one-ha- lf years of Gov. Wilson's term But Gov amounted to $24,727,504. lllack, elthci' through Ignorance or misinformation, did not state that the very first day tho Wilson admin istration was in office it was forced to pay out $1,3.19,234, which was contracted hy and should have been paid hy the Democratic administration, In mediately preceding. Of this enormous sum, nearly ono mllllor dollars ($934,935,45 to he exact ) was In warrants due to the teaclir.ru 1 tho common schools of lhn stntp for two nmi'th's back salary. i,rhL ,(il0nce $404, 348.53 was mad'o tip of audited claims and outstanding warrants duo prior to January C, 1903 and should have been paid hy Democratic admltiistri- the 1 ont-goi- i as commissioner of said court to sell tho hereinafter described property for tho purpose of paying tho Judgment of the plaintiff herein amounting to $533.32, with interest at the rate of C per cent per annum from tho 5th day of September 1915, until paid, together with the cost of this action and the cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, October C, 1919, at about tho hour of one o'clock P. M.t on a credit of six and twelve months th'i following described property, j Two certain lots or parcel of 'ground in Hartford, Ky., bounded a follows: First tract: Beginning at a stone. Calvin Barrett's corner; thence nearly east 242 feet to a stone, Calvin to-wi- t: I from dato until paid, with security to A bo approved by the commissioner. lien will bo retained on the sold as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 18th. day of September, 1919. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. R. It. Wedding and J. S. Glenn, Attys. UliU . MAU1U1, (For Hardening Arteries (AKTEHIO-SCLEROSI- Barrett's corner; thence nearly south 45 feet to a stone; thence nearly west 242 feet to a stone; thence nearly north 45 feet to the beginning containing one half acre, situated on what is known as Bonner Street. Also a certain house and lot in tho town ot Hartford, Ky., bounded as Physicians have found & most effective and satisfactory remedial agent in "The Waterway to Health , ' The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the or fortifying whatever. Spring without any condensing EYONlst O , . Kvcu In n I j this famous hook of advice. "From health stauilpolnl," says the book, "very little excuse can be found for a maliitalnln a heavy beard or iiiiistaeue. I lie hairs collect dust and il'rt. Very frequently when eating milk or other food becomes entangled la the growth ami It Is troublesome to remove thoroughly such substances." i he hook nlsi says that alt eggs before boiling should he washed. This hook was ordered printed by the jJtate Superintendent of Trliitlug In .liilv-- I1U7, and payment ,if the bill Clime I lelore the State Printing Com- inlslsnti ii year later. This roiiimls Ion Is composed of the Governor, See- elaryot Mute, Auditor, TteiiMirer and vttoniey General. See.etary of State Co...) ih.. nnviii..n ,f I In hid. Mr. Lewis, also as n member nf the Slate Board of IMiicatlou, composed of Superintendent (Illicit, Secretary Lewis and Attorney General Morris, refused to vole to have the u stated that the Wilson administration contributed to tho He present state debt, $2,235,011. neglected to state, either through Igthe adults are not overlooked norance or misinformation, that tho $1,339,-2s- tiOl'. Gov. Hlack !..! st HOOK IIIKUIOIllCII III llll- - III state, hut Gilbert am I Morrs outvoted him. lie Constipation. The beginning of almost every seriIf you NEW SONG FOR KENTUCKY. ous disorder Is constipation. want to enjoy good health keep your "Morrow's the Man" Is tlie title of bowels regular. This is best acnew song being sung throughout Ken- complished by proper diet and extucky. The words and intuit.1 are by orcise, but sometimes a mcdlclno is d Varry T. Myers and the song Is needed and whon that is tho caso ami published hy the Zoeller .Music Co., of Louisville. The soug you will find Chamberlain's Tablets They are mild and aro excellent. follows : gentlo in their action, easy and ploas-an- t Like a brave Kentucky pioneer, Those knights, in old buckskin to take. Olve them a trial. They m Who followed the quest only cost a quarter. copy-rallieviblon-grunted This "Sure Toe" hook Is only one 'iihtunce of the extravagant and reckless way the Department of IMiicatlou lias used up the people's money In the face of small salaries for the teachers and 'lie cutting down of the school year. 4. Hepuhllcans paid the sum of as enumerated above, which sum was past duo and should have been p id hy the Democratic administration immediately preceding. It Is difficult to understand how a man aspiring to (ho high office of Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky could be so lax In his efforts to secure real and established facts. Probably the figures were furnished to him by some person and doubtless ho i designing will hasten to explain these further a Rhnu-liv tho records. f..nts Gov. Hlnck also stated that tho out- warra,lts at tho end of the , threo a,ul a" ,ears ot Jh W- t son administration amounted to $1. It should have been stated, 41C.489. also, that tho Wilson administration made great strides from tho tlmo named (tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1911) to the end of tho admlnls- , .... ,, I.,-m.O fn .liirlnv lllULIWII, tJUllllUIJ Air., u. uuimt, that six months tho Wilson adminis tration paid $S65,000 of the $1,416,-4Sleaving warrants outstanding for tho Democratic administration following of only $560,489. I follows: Beginning at a stake on tho road i leading from Market street to the Beaver Dam road; thence north wltn slid road 73 feet to a stake In the Payton line; thence In an caster course witn the I'ayton lino 341 feet to a stake, Payton's corner; thence in a southernly direction and parallel to the first call 73 feet to a stake; thence west and parallel to Payton's line 341 feet to the beginning. First tract herein conveyed to Mat-ti- e B. Barrett by F. L. Felix, Master Commissioner, by deed of record In Comrs. Deed book H, page 244, Ohio County Clerk's office. Second tract conveyed to Mattie B. Barrett by John L. Davis and wife ns shown hy deed of record in deed hook 31, pago 142 Ohio County Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds Immediately after sale duo and payable in six and twelve months, bearing 6 per tent interest . Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Prescribed also by physicians for indigestion, Jl7tm 64 Doses $1.00 Ml m i constipation, rheumatic iffpclinns. llindl hlood pressure and skin afTcc- tions. Aioncy uatu u. not satisfied. Ubtained tiirougn nlivclri.ln' TirC9. .llrp-r- Bll XH request. The Deronlin Mineral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro. Ky. ...kiImi n at jour druRKlsts . Free booklet On t S ,,, I -- I Burglar I I Insurance 1 ti & b 0 o , c 9, 4 Is carried by BANK OF If you do Ohio 0 0 HARTFORD. J 0 o 0 fc business with us your interests are protected. t County's oldest financial J to 0 b to to to of George Kogers Clnrlc un.l kin. lie's standing mm on his platform Which we know is staunch and true So put your khoulder to. the wheel, buys, And help him put It through. Lady to applicant for position. as aro of course, You chauffeur) strictly sober? Applicant Yes, mum, often. m CHOHIJS: Morrow, Morrow, The man of the day, , MASTEU COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Plaintiff. Mattie B. Barrett, Vs. Notko of sale. Serena F. Wheeler, et al Defendants Pursuant to a judgment and order ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court entered in tho above styled action at itu September term, 1919, redirecting vit BANK OP HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. to to to to to to to to to to to to to lie's the man for Governor, lllp,' hip, hurrah. We'll till be mighty lucky Down here In old Kentucky To huve u man that' will and can, and Morrow's the man. mmV9$Wm nnds of dollars ns well perhaps. Wo STRAY STREAKS nil know that cleanliness Is the first prerequisite to good licnlth. Without (By Eluko McFluko.) Rood health we arc of hut llttlo worth Published Weekly by BARTFOIll) PIUNTINO COMPANY to ourselves, nnd nono to the comJ. I. Goodman nnd Tom J. Slovene munity. Let's nil do our full duty nnd Incorporated thoroughly clean our property on this happened to get wise to tho fact that date. Especially ct rid of thnt fest- It was not a display of good tas'o to W. S. TINSLHY, Editor ering innnuro dump, on the hack of wear green ties with rt-- ho-- i nnd Malinger. nnd Business n So Ono lmmi tr.idi I Tom your premises, wnero lurns more i by Us green tic nnd now they htmnonl.e . . disease, to be scattered broadcast from the chlnn down. files, than Is found almost romce? where. Tho Stnto Authorities nsk u of tho second clnss. t Whenever I get so I can't think 1 'to clean up on this dntc, tho County . us, the Mayor I op trying to write this stuff nnd bea to Hoard of Health asks Address nil communications -h Joins with tho others in nsKing mm out a sn.un ior mo umiunni coiiinm Hnrtfnnl rtenubllcan. wc clean up, public health relrulrcs I menn-- i don't stop trying to framo lit nnd common decency demands It this stuff so long ns the spark plug NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Lets answer this appeal by responding nnd carburetor to my think tank Is " whole heartedly, clean our premises making connection and firing with . D"c"".S"r. request. When wo get that Job completed let's each contact address in making tho Business Locals nnd Notices 10c clean our persons nnd keep thnt way, )er line, and Gc per lino for addition- - njwaj.g It's simply astonishing, tho number Disease has n hard time . .. . . ........ - n .n. . at Innnrtlnn. i... ,... .. mui Card9 "rcaKing into cionn, noamiiui pre Obituaries, Resolutions and In an adjoining com- -' of Thanks, 6c per lino, money in ad- - lses where everybody observes strict urgent business sanitary laws. A tnorougniy cican inuniiy or neiKiiuurme iuwn on mu anco. Church Notices for services rroo, ',,orgon js ns essential to self defense date of a ball game In said adjoining " AnonymrsUrcommunIcatio community or neighboring town. ter Is for quenching thirst m Half the men In Hartford had busireceive no attention. ness to transact In Beaver Dam yes. Last week or the week beforo a terday and the day before. good democratic newspnper roundly TELEPHONES. condemned S. Thruston Ballard, who 123 Cumberland Morris Barnett says the reason he CI) Is the candidate on the Republican Farmers Mutual has been so long In wrecking that old ticket for Lieutenant Governor, be- building on tho corner was the fact cause Ballard and Ballard sold flour OCTOBER 3 ho had n strike, a walkout. 50 too high. This week this same gentle-mn- n that per cent of his forco demanded betetr Is condemned because Ballard working conditions, n 12 hour day and Ballard sell flour too low. The and a closed up shop during the balsnme Democratic paper even want ance of the day. Therefore when the You some "Bro. Rhea" consulted. one-ha- lf of his itwitrUt tt trot Tlrn niinn Tirjinfn n nr, demands wero refused force quit, and that left only W.ilter mon on how to reduce the good farm- .Kennedy. ers' taxes or something of the sort ' reaching sermon Even a soul I note that J. Henry appears to b of the state debt on a reduction trying to leave tho impression that a man When would help some. keeping Into hours only for sermons he has been calls upon n Rhea since he went to Owensboro, where as it is evidence of the fact that he Is a matter of course they do mos-- t of Es-- 1 getting short on prouachers. 4 or 5 In the afterpecially If his first name happens to their work from Thomas noon to 2 in the morning. be John or Tom. These same Rheas need not try tb Jam that stuff down hall from the county of Logan, where me, and I can tell Missus Thomas and the county election commissioners ( REPUBLICAN TICKET. something about the are charged with wantonly ignoring the whole world John kept, even while In this the wishes of Republicans In the ap hours burg, . For Governor and where no honest 'little j right-livin- g EDWIN P. MORROW. sort of gentleman ex cers, going out of the beaten and law cept in company with his wife, has a Lieutenant Governor ful paths to appoint men not recom- -' own S THRUSTON BALLARD '"Ptwlnil ...... whn h.w crilfl tn lin nti- - . light to be outside of' his M.nn ard ...... ..v.. mill .. ..u nrn ... .w uu .... ., .. :.su aiicr n.rtrt new nine, or tuv oui- ,' Eecretary of Stite Republican party. tagon fashioned, square, FRED A. VAUGHT. e' J more, these fc Rheas are in absolute control of ev- -' mc" Attorney General CHAS. I. DAWSON. erythlng democratic in the good coun-- 1 . Mr w G ncnnctl and daughter. ty of Logan. Please don't ask us to Acct's Xntit w.ek-im- l visit- Auditor Pnb. st. listen to sermons preached by that ing Mr. Bennett's son, L. P. Bennett ,vv JOHN J. CRAIG. ... bunch of Rheas. and family, of Route No. 7. . Supt. Pub. Instruction The Hartford Republican .il &&&& ? Mr 1 vioc-vcrs- ?ffi! Vtho ... any-matt- er ,'f.,.rc. I .... ' ,..,........, Get More Work Out of Your Tractor by Using a Tractor Disc Harrow " " Keep your tractor as busy as possible at work that pays. It suffers less depreciation when you use it than when you let it stand idle. It keeps on returning profit on your investment. Besides using it when you plow, use it in disking before and after you plow. That makes seed bed the a kind that pays most Come to our store and let us showyou the John Deere Pony Tractor Disc Harrow a sure profit maker behind any standard tractor. well-prepar- M ed all tendency of harrow to crowd to one side when working in hard and soft ground, or on hillsides, can be overcome. Its third lever makes thorough pulverizing possible. With it you can raise or lower the inner ends of the gangs of the front section to make all the discs penetrate at equal depth the entire width of the harrow. ,,.... ..... exceptionally strong, light draft, flexible harrow. It has a separate lever for angling each gang so that This is an There are other features on this harrow which we would like to show you, such as double bar gang frames, twice as strong as any single bar gang frame, all steel stub pole and adjustable spring steel scrapers. Be sure to ask us about these features. shore-to-goodne- self-sam- . R.., .., J. D. WILLIAMS & Beaver Dam, Ky. BOTH SONS -- I T PHONES. GEO. M. COLVIN, w Clerk Court Appeals ROY B. SPECK. Cammissloner of Agriculture ' W. U. HANNA. Treasurer JAMES WALLACE. State Senator GEORGE BAKER. Representative ISAAC S. MASON. Mr. R, E. Benham iius been dlsMantanza. Mr. Boyce Maddox, of West Provi- - charged from service In tho U. S. Messrs. W. T. Brown, H. L. Taylor, dence, who has been in tho U. S, Navy. He and his wife are at pres J. L. Moore and Harvey Taylor of enough for July is our Navy Weather hot for tho past fifteen month, ent with Mrs. Benham's family at "Taylortown," near Rochester, pass-eexperience hero in October. Noc-ee- k. was in our midst Sundaj. through hero Tuesday, onroute to Mr. L. P. Fulkerson has return- Owensboro. We imagine that the press, tho ed home, after spending sercial days Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Taylor and democratic portion of it, will finally In Christian county and Evansville. daughter, of Prentiss, were guests Cnpt. E. L. Barnott, who has been come to tho defense of the past and Mrs. Lee Tichenor and sister, Miss of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford and Mr. present democratic state administra- Delia Eudaloy. visited their sister, and Mrs. W. B. Render, Saturday and stationed at Camp Travis, Tex., since his return from overseas, has recently tions, but to date we have not noticed Mrs. George Irvin, of Calhoun, re-- , Sunday, been transferred to Columbus, New a single line. contly. McCoy, after spending Mexico. Mis. D. C. Mrs. C. B. Evorly and lUtlo son, That Omaha mob that lynched a Melburn, visited her mother, Mrs. in month here with her mother, Mrs. negro, nearly killed the Mayor in de- - jiarrlet Brown, of Equality, last week, W. C. Ambroso, and with her sons, GET ,V BOAR THAT WILL MAKE GOOD liberate frenzy, If there bo such a jlr Oscar Brown has returned Capt. C. B. and Mr. Herbert Shown, state, and destroyed an edifice of homo, after spending several days in of Beda, has returned to her homo in Make your selection carefully and you are sura to get a boar that will Justice, tho court house, valued at Cleveland, Ohio. Not man, Okla. Besides other and num$1,500,000. make good. See me beforo you buy Miss Meta Hill, who is staying erous disgraceful acts, is certainly a with her aunt, Mrs. Ruth Groves, of Howard, of your herd boar. I have 8 nlco ones, Messrs. Earl monument to our twentieth century jijllport, spent several days last week Louisville, motored down Sunday to sired by Kentucky's model and they enllghtment anil love of Justice. wjth i,er father, Mr. D. A. Hill, of spend a fow days with their mother, are showing a lot of class, slzo and I have uomo of the Mrs. J. A. Howard nnd family, of Individuality. near heio. The illness which pi evented presl-- I jirs, Mnry nobblt and children, of this place. They, with Mrs. Howard best blood In tho DUROC family and dent Wilson's visit to Louisville, Is Brevier, visited her aunt, Mrs. C. P. and small son, Neel, visited friends can savo you 50 per cent on a boar. regretted by all true KontucKinns. Morris, recently. W. A. BELL, and relatives In Morgantown, Tues In a sense, the President's visit was ' jjr an,j jirs Ed Danks and Miss day. Route 7, Hartford. Ky. 1313P not to have been a, call upon Louis Vera Miller, of Martwlck, attended ville, merely, but lit reality a visit church here Sunday. to Kentucky as well, Louisville beMr. and Mrs. Georgo Caseblor and ing tho chief center of population, tho llttlo daughter, Daisy Noll, of Parapoint where more people congregate, dise, visited their aunt, Mrs. J. M. was as a result, selected for tho Evorly, last week. plnco of htopplng while visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Perry Brown, of "Dark and Bloody Ground." were tho guests of their Mrs. W. D. Barnard, Sunday. "Candidate Ballard has reduced tho Mrs. J. M. Everly and daughter, prico of flour in LouUville within tho and Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson spent past few days. Is It possible that ho Sunday with thoir daughter and sis-h50 acres 4 miles from Hartford, $300 worth of g mn, 0f Hartford. had a chango of heart? If so, tCFi jrSi timber, 4-- ft. vein of coal underlying it, 12 acres of Bro. Rhea, let's have'anotlter one of barn, belonging to Mr. William bottom land. Good orchard and barn, at $45.00 p.er those soul reaching sermons." We cundlff, was destroyed by firo last can't exactly undoi stand Just what, Monday morning, at about 5 o'clock, acre. . a $t, nui- tho Hartford Herald means' by the rov. Ward Taylor, of Roslno sriont jibovo editorial which wd copy from ono night last weok with his daugh-thl- s 145 acres of Green River land, near South Car-rollto- n, ( week's Issue. It may be that tor, Mrs. Van House. 85 acres bottom, underlaid with No. 8, 9 and he has rcforence to. tho "boul reaching sermon that John Rhea uttered 11 veins of coal. Price $65 per acre a bargain. SINGING AT .MIDWAY. when he hud a uploudid Democratic 65 acres 2i miles from Hartford, Rough River Editor and his Kood wife thrown In The Choirs of Midway, Lone Star Jail for uttering what they thought bottom at $65 per acre. to be tho solemn truth, because what n'l lndcnendenco met at Midway, September 28, and ihey gave statement to reflected up- - Sunday ufternoon, 160 acres 4 miles from Livermore, well improvorganized by tho election of Q. II. e Rheas. on ono of these A. O. Chlnn, Brown, Chairman and ed farm. Price $10,000., The Ohio County Board of Health Secretary, ' Coal rights under 100 acres of land, known as has designated Thursday, Oct., 9th j Tho choirs rendered six songs each, duy Theru is after which they adjourned to meet as general clean-u- p the Dr. Patterson farm. Price $10.00 per acre. not another thing on earth, 'in wbk'i with Independence, at Independence our people could 'engago durlj'B tbUt in tho afternoon of Sunday, November date which would prove bo fruitful the 2nd. in good rebiilts, saving not only many. I The object of the organization is to many lives, preventing much slcknets promote community singing and good And distress, but the loss of iuoub- -' fellowship. I i I and-TroJ n, If you want guaranteed house 'paint, wrlto Fordsvllle Planing Mill Mrs. L. P. Lambert, of Olaton, Company. Their price and color card spent from Tuesday until Thursday will come to you by first mall. with her daughter, Mrs. W. P. Bar- Mr. Ervle H. Baize, of the regular nard. Mrs. Mary L. Smith, after spending Mr. Henry Rowe, who has been llv- - army, stationed at Ft. Moultrie, S. C. a month here, the guest of her son, ing near here has moved to Rockport. is spending his furlough with his Commonweairii's C. E Attorney, Miss Margaret Hunter Is visiting uncle, W. II. Baize and family. Smith and Mrs. Smith, returned to relatives at Central City, Utica and her homo at Nelson, Tuesday. - CERALVO. I 4 ! 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. d Something classy. This farm has 160 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, H0LBR00K, PARKS & COMPANY FARMS f OR SALE! THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While aivenclosed car with jiermanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minutebc changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the sun. In inclement weather it is a water-proo-f, closed car, Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with tires frontandrear. A real family car. Won't you come in and look at it? lhe delights of the electric car with the economy of the Ford. dust-proo- f, cold-proo- as J f. ch rATETteANr iuiinks & imo. llcnicr Dam, Ky. self-sam- w H f r CAL P. KE0WN. Wo jmy cash every dny for eggs nnd & DRO. poultry. W. E. ELLIS Mrs LynNn G. Harrctt spent n few days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. 11. (!llllnv. lit Ktnnlnv. rufontlir ATTENTION, WEN! Discriminating gentlemen choose these good hats . . . because they're so finely made, of such splendid materials, properly fashioned . . . and attractive colors, youisnow-- You'll like VB Star Mats mmm1 the O,. TT new fnll styles Rothschild Get ALL TIIK NKW ONICS ALL TIIK TIME Price $3.50, $4 and $5 dm hiUJl 7& : . kiiJn In Exnmlno that Ilnrb Who that WIL Don't miss tho "Fighting Ameri LIAMS & DUKE lumlles. It is tho kind that stopped the Huns In Franco cans." The best out In a quartet. Mc- llenry High School, Oct. 6, 8:15 p. in. Don't miss tho "Fighting AmeriWA.VIKD cans." Tho best out In n qunrtct. Ono dozen nice, fat High School, Oct. C, 8:15 p. in. calves, weighing from 500 to 800 lbs., gross. ELLIS ICE CO. Alwnys watch and wait for thnt Hartford, Ky. Saturday leader at WILLIAMS & Hush Melton, DUKE'S, It Is always a bnrciln. 12t3 of Davelss county, was In town Monday He Don't miss tho "Fighting Ameri- enmo up to nttend tho II. M. PlrUo cans." Tho best out in n qunrtct. sale Tuesday. High School, Oct. C, 8:15 p. in. Have you examined that four point, Don't miss tlfe "Fighting Ameri- heay hog, Harb Wire that WILcans. " The best out In a quartet. LIAMS & DUKE were able to pick up Hlgh'SchooI, Oct. C, 8:15 p. in tit a bargain? 123 Mc-llon- ry y Mc-Hen- THE NEW EDISON The Three Million, Dollar Phonograph THOMAS A. EDISON v 'Vf rmvaeu r Mfl vm ,11, We havo just completed the print Hon. Alvls S. Dennett, of Louisville, spent from Saturday until Monday ing of the Minutes of the 19th., anwith relatives hero and near Shlnklo nual session of tho Ohio County HapChapel. tlst Association. ' Mrs. .1. D. Dntigh, of Loqlsville, Miss Anna Davis, County Agent In spent a few days hore, with her son, charge of the campaign ngalnst il Mr. Ycwell llaugh and Mrs. Dnugh, literacy, spent last week-en- d with her recently. parents, In Owensboro. f M. ltnrnntt Inft Slindnv for Mr. W. D. Smith has sold his farm on tho river, opposite Hartford, to NnshVllle, Tenn., for a three weeks' Mr. Joe Westorflold, consideration, visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. W llr. $12,000. Cooper and Mr. Cooper. Quito a number of Hartford fans Hear tho "Fighting Americans," a Ly attended tho ball game between Hea- Singing Quartet, of tho ver Dam and Centrnl City, at McIIen-r- ceum Hurcau, at McIIenry High Sunday. v School, Oct., C, 8:15 P.M. Colt-Alb- er y, A. E. Wlllson, tucky will address the voters of KenHear tho "Fighting Americans," a Lyof Ohio Singing Qunrtct, of the Colt-Alber County nt Heaver Dam, Monday Oct., ceum Hurcau, at McIIenry Gth nt 8 p. m. School, Oct., G, 8:15 P. M. High Commonwealth's Attorney, C. R. Hear the "Fighting Americans," a Ly- Smith, accompanied by Mrs. Smith. Singing Quartet, of the Colt-Albwent to Evansvllle, Ind., yesterday, oil coum Dureau, at McIIenry High legal business. School, Oct., G, 8:15 P. M. er of Horse Mr. Miles Crowder, Mr. A. II. Stewart and family, Branch, was hero Tuesday to attend formerly of Sacremcnto, have moved ho session of the Ohio County Haptlst into the G. W. Dunger property, adjaMission Hoard. cent to the Railroad crossing. jEto&&Gix The Hartford l'ltlDAV. Republican , OCTOIIKIl Our Saturday I eader l ww- 1 A i Odds Rn.'iti. 7 and Ends of cakes tOTr. Laundry "."5c Miss Margaret Williamson, who Hrlng mo your Junk and ge. your has a position in tho Central City ertlllzer, field seed and farming ImHigh School, spent last week-en- d plements. here with friends. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. J3t3 Prof. Wilbur Rhoads. of the Central city High School spent Saturday Get one of thoso scoopboards for and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and your wagon so that you can unload Mrs. W. H. Rhoads. your coal, corn &c, with ease and more quickly. Mr. Otto Martin and family aro 13t3 ACTON BROS. spending the week-en- d with Mr. MarT tin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. We havo a limited amount of Palm Martin, of Cromwell left, at tho old prlco, so if you have II. Crowe, of Heda, was a Mr. J. waited until fall to do that painting visitor at this office Saturday. Hear the "Fighting Americans," a come in and see us. Wo can save LySinging Quartet, of tho Colt-Albyou some money. Miss Emma Park1 Is visiting ceum Dureau. at McIIenry High 12t3 WILLIAMS & DUKE. on Ilouto S, for a few days. School, Oct., G, 8:15 P. M. NOTICE.' Kor ham, eggs, and coffee, while Ever-tit- e roofing, Sllverkote attending court, go to CASEMER t Roofing nnd Grecnkoto Will keep fresh pork and beef In Slate TAYLOR S placo. Rooting, all the way froin $1.75 to cold storage. Will sell to dealers only ELLIS ICE CO. $4.50 per squnre, may be had at ACTON BROS. 13t3 Hartford, Ky. Capt. Geo. W. Feagln, of Tcnn., was hero lust weok.vat-tendln- g Circuit Court. er invented the phonograph in 187,7. 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 not going to put out a new phonograph until it is so perfect that its reproduction of music cannot be detected from the original music." Thomas A. Edison spent three million dol lars in cold cash to develop an instrument which matched the human voce and all kinds of musical instruments so perfectly that the original could not be told 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? M !Ef! H , E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. BR0. k M-- ! THE FOR THRIFTY WOMEN WAISTS The Wirthmor NEW MODELS NOW ON SALE WILLIAMS & DUKE t IIAUTKORD, KV. Do sure to hear Governor Augustus E. "Wlllson, at U6aver Dam, Monday tho Gth, 8 o'clock, P. M. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Cain, of Whites-vlllo- , were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gillespie, Saturday. Miss y.oin iinsley, of Alexandria, Squire Q. 11. Hrown was hore, on Is spending tho wcolc with her grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Tlnslcy. business, Saturday. Mr.. Isain Karris, of Ilorso lirancli, was hi town Tuesday. Mr. James Carter, of Narrows, attended tho mooting of tho Unptlst Mission Hoard here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Maddox, of Palo Pinto, Texas, woro guests of Mr. and , Mrs. Ellis Fostor this weok. Mr. and Mrs. it A. Tate spent nesday In Owensboro. Wed- ltev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsvillo. was in town Monday. : I Miss Kennedy Collins spent TuesMarvin llonn, of Akron, Ohio, Is day and Wednesday In Greenville, wjth her slstor, Miss Lourcuo. spending a fow days hero. If you need a soodvroad wagon or seo ACTON DUOS. v harness or any sort Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley havo into tho property recently of Mr. Veachol Westorflold. Mr. David Miller, of Contral City, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. T. Miller, Sunday and Monday. ii Owensboro M The Wagon Farmers Call For Today We have them in the wide track, in the sizes which farmers require for farm use. 2Vi in., 2 in. and 3 in. We can furnish other sizes. Send us your order at once while we can give prompt shipments. Act now, do not delay. Write us if you are thinking of buying a wagon and we will write you promptly and give you price, freight paid to your railroad station. It is no bother t6 us, we will be glad to hear from you whether you buy or not. 'lev. Hussoll Walker, pastor of tho haptlst Church, was In Louisville, last week. Wo havo ryo and timothy seed lri Messrs. T. II. Denton and W. C. abundauco. Knott, of Centortowu, uado a busiW. E. ELLIS & DRO. ness trip to Owensboro, Monday. For soft drinks that aro hlrst Got thoso fresh oysters you havo quenching go to boon talking about from CASEIHER CASEniEK & TAYLOIt. & TAYLOR. Home phono No. 70. Miss Dowoy Johnson spoilt Inst Don't nilsi tho "Fighting Ameriweek-en- d with friends and relatives cans." The best out In a quartet. MeIn Rochester. llon ry High School, Qct. 6, 8: IB p. in. Fresh oysters today. Call over tho Have you called us for your favor-It- o homo phone, No. 7C. spice Tlavoii'-- or Extract? If wo CASEMER AND TAYLOR. over heard of it wo carry It in stock. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. W. J. Roan has moved Into tho 12t3 by Capt. J. G. vacated residence Wo. have Just received a carload Keown and, family. if Cook Stoves,' Ranges and Heaters, Come In, look our Btock of Stoves nil inn Bimtilv vnn with nn thine and Heaters over, and get our prices. you may need or deslro In tho way of a Stove, That's all we ask. ACTON IJRQS. 1313 ACTON UROS. 13t3 I. 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 their unusual excellence, their unfailing dependability, their modest price, but perhaps more particularly because of the fact that the 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 well as tempting; appropriate as well as appealing; sty lef ul 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. all-Seasons' Still Priced at Just The Same Low Price Everywhere. See our line before buying elsewhere. $1.50 Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager Carson N (EL Co. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hartford, Kentucky. W.H SKNTKNCKD. V fc Y ZBSFSS Vt Three men, lenders of tho Turkish Rovernmcnt during tho wnr, liavo been condemned to death by n Turkl. They are Knver ish l'nshn, Talant Iley and PJonuil l'nshn. Knver J'uslin was minister of war and lenilor'of the German militaristic element In Turkey. Tnlaat Hey, as minister of tho Interior, Is regarded as having been responsible for the DJem-n- l nins'iicrcs of the Armenians. l'ftslin was minister of marine and coniinnnder-ln-chle- f of tho Turkish operations 111 Egypt. The whereabouts Several of tho three Is unknown. other leaders of the government during the war period were sentenced to terms of Imprisonment. court-mnrtln- DIRECTORY Judge i CIRCUIT COUKT. R. W. Black, Owonsboro. Coiu'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart ford. Ch'm'n. Board ..$ Keop off til" grass. The Kid I ain't on your old grass I'm walkln' on th flower bed. Cop m fe4J oareV cs , CA3TO RIA m Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR MAKTKIl COMMISSIONKIt'S SALIC What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, rn.y, now you do get it in every puff of Camels! of the tobaccos yet retaining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation! You may smoke themwithout tiring your taste! low-mildness choice EXPERTLY blendedDomestic choice in Camel cigarettes elimitobaccos nate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel R. For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. COMPANY. Winaton-SnU- J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO N. C Ohio Circuit Court. George W. Bnsehoart, Plaintiff. Vs. Notice of sale. Evn McKlnucy, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment nnd order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court entered at Its September term, 1919, in the above styled action, directing me as commissioner of said court to sell the hereinafter described land for the purpose of paying tho Judgment of tho plaintiff against the defendant in the sum of $255. 9C with G per cent interest thereon from April 22, 1912, until paid, also tho judgment of tho Beaver Dam Deposit Bank against the defendant In the sum of $S7.13, with G per cent Interest thereon from July 4, 1919, until paid, together with the cost of this action and cost of this sale, I will offer for salt at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday October G, 1919, at about the hour of one o'clock P. M., on a credit of 6 and 12 months, the tollowinp described property, viz: Two tracts or parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky., bounded as follows: parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky.. on the Itockport and McIIenry road McIIenry, about two miles from Beginning at bounded as follows: three hickories and tunning east about 37 poles to John Maddox corner; thence North about 50 poles to a point in said Maddox line and Kills Chapman's corner: thence west about 37 poles to a hickory stump In said Chapman's line; thence south about fiO poles to the beglrnlng, contalnii.g about 12 acres more or iess. Being same land conveyed by Eugene Chlnn and wife to E. M. McKlnney as shown by deed of record in deed book 43, page 420 Ohio County t'lTk's i.rflci' Second tract: Also another true". of land of about 2 acres on tho S. V. corner of the above described tract mil contiyi"l to il. M. McKinrey !; A. C. WakeHnd by deed of record ia deed book t3, page 419, Ohio Cmury Clerk's office and bounded and de scribed as follows: Itpirlnnltiir nt thrpo hirknriPM 111 cm i ner; thence E. 341 feet to three sas j safras trees at corner in E. E. Tic!io- nor's line; thence S. 2G0 feet; thence west 1GS feet; thenco N. W. 2S7 feet to the beginning. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds 'mmedlately after salf duo and payable in six and twelve months, bearing G per cent Interest from date until paid, with security tu in mini riv'fwl Iiv mo r'fiimiilialfinnr. A Hen will bo retained on tin sold ah' j additional security. Given under my hand this the IN ' day of September. 1910. OTTO C. MARTIN. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. J S Glenn, Attorney. J First tract: A certain tract or CKMJItltlTlKS OKTK.V MISIjKI). Within the past two years a PittsPresident Wilsin continues in the burg natural gas company has drilled happy state of mind that hus made two wells, both deeper than any him feel all the time that he has previously sunk into tho earth. The but to say and the people give thanks first, nine miles from Clarksburg, W obedience. His persistence in and Va., had to be abandoned when it taking his swing around the circle is had reached a depth of 73SC feet beevidence of this conviction, the probcause the cable broke and the tools ability Is that he does not read the could not be "fished" out. The secThat is tho habit of ond well, also in West Virginia, was royalty. sunk to a dept of 7579 feet when the We can recall no swing around the tools got stuck and the hole had to circle of this country that has been 'be abandoned. The deepest previous productive of the results hoped for boring was to a depth of 7340 feet by Its swingers. There was Andy The In Upper Silesia, Germany. Johnson. His was a doleful failure Pittsburg company had hoped to as he was himself. There have been to the rich gas and many others. Mr. Blaine, a speaker sand which underlies a large part of great of peculiarjnagnetlsin and Ohio and Is supposed to extend south tried It and ho lost out. into West Virginia. Valuable Fossils and drew immense Jiryun tried it and geological data were obtained. A crowds, but he didn't draw tho White I p Uojisc. to temperature of 172 degrees F. was jWill You Spend 50c On recorded at a depth of 7000 feet. The ' People are queer. They run to see I .Saw! $100? Is j One 50c pkg., can kill 50 rats. Tho temperature rose' one degree for each The result and hear celebrities. Gl feet below that depth .and geoloJhut the celebrity thinks it is evldnce average rat will rob you of $10 a gists estimate that at a dpth of 10,-0promi- 'year in feed, chicks and property de'of regard for him, not for his feet tho earth's crust Is at the P is deadly to nence. Thero is whero they miss It, struction. .boiling-poin- t. -too. Wilson will have u great follow- rats. Cremates after killing. Leaves i ing. But ho will make nothing by it. no smell. Comes In cakes. Ratfc The senators aro to decide. But Mr. will pass up meat, grain, cheese to An ..greenlilo Surprise. Wilson will enjoy to the full tho ap- feast on Three sizes, 25c, "About three years ago vhpn I was parent adoration. It Is to him a very 50c. $1.00. suffering from a severe cold on my acceptable form of recognition. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case- - lungs and coughed most of the time Hartford Courant. blor, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug night and day, I tried a bottle of -- , Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd m was surprised at the promptness with Itilliiusiii-ss- , Constipation. Myrtle. Inilii'slion, which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. Chamberlain's Tablets have restorJames Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Many AMKIUCAX DKAU. to health and happiness hundreds ed TO ItKUUHY another has been surprised and pleaswho were afflicted with indigestion, If you biliousness and constipation. of about 1000 soldiers ed with tho prompt relief afforded The bodies in are troubled In this way give them wlm fnll nn Ilpli'lnn mill lurlnir tho by this remedy. mm u trial. You 'arc certain to be pleas- I war are to bo concentrated In tho "A burnt child dreads the fire," in e3ineterlcs of Waieghein and Poperln- ed for they will benefit you. on Here they will said tho teacher, during a lesson ghe, It is announced. "Now, can you glvo mo proverbs. SOAKS OK A 1IKKO. remain pending further romovel to sentence, which is different In America, should American authorities another 'wording but which means the same Carrying a tiny dog under one arm, decido on such an undertaking. thing?" n richly dressed girl, whoso complex-Io- n m went up and a voice A grimy was hidden beneath a coat of Jo You can't bellovo everything responded: band "Please teacher. 'A paint and powder, chanced to glance you hear. washed child dreads tho water." nt an American officer whoso fnco Jennotte No, but that makes no was frightfully pitted. difference; you can repeat It. "Isn't It tcrriblo that a man with a mm EGGS! face like that should be All you who have torpid liver, weak permitted to be an officer?" said sho digestion or constipated bowels look EGG-A-DAY HEN TONIC In an audible tone to another girl out for chills. Tho season is hero following her down tho aisle. and tho ar is full of tho disease Produces Eggs. Instantly a doughboy leaped to his germs. Tho best thing to do Is to get TRY A 75c PACKAGE. feet, with: "Close your painted fnco, your liver In good condition and purid you little hussy! That cap- fy tho stomach and bowels. Herblne If not satisfactory in 15 or 20 tain led a charge through a barbed-wir- e Is tho right remedy, it answers the entanglement to drag a wounded purpose completely. Prico GOc. Sold days your money refunded. a real American back by Ohio County Drug Co. American m The only egg producer sold out of No Man's Land while you woro under money back guaranfeeding sugar to your dog with a Egg-a-Da- y Hen Tonic spoon. Kvery ono of thoso wire FOR FLETCHER'S a badgo of honmarks on his face is for Roupe, Sore Head,White .1 pen-etrato Hut-Sim00 BAT-SNA- Germany itself. But with Its usual facility Germany has found a way out. Tho peace treaty while it limited the army made no limit on the police force of the various German states. Prussia is organizing a state polico force or "schutsmannchafft." Its creation, as the minister of the atntps -- . ..u. .,... , Is fnr thn "renresslon of internal disorder." The first unit Is nt fiassel. It's members are housed (in barracks and wear steel helmets, 1.1 ..tn.l wic mc carry mius aim mv uiiuuniuw lllrt tiin regular infantry. An American officer criticizes this new police force as trespassing on the provisions of the peace treaty. The Prussians, say that It is not expected that the allies will be "unreasonable" which means that It Is not expected that the German army will be limited to the very letter of the treaty. WO It MI'S DKKPKST WKM.S. I'OHDSVILI.i:. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jone. Clerk Olln Cobb. Hartford. Polico Judge C. P. Kcsslngor. 1st Monday In March 11 days Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil, let Monday In May 12 dnyi Civil. OKKICIAIj SCHOOL CALEXDAK-Count- y 1st Monday In July 12 days Itoaril of Education. Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 3d Monday In September 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvillo, Dlv. No. Com'th. and Civil. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUXTY COUKT. Ky. Moots first Monday In each month. Dlv. No' 4 Robert Goff, Itoslnc, Judge Mnck Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Div. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankenshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Brntcuer. Dlv. No. 6 Not Lindley, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchcnor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Mondny in Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; ltt Monday In April; lit Btirvcyor C. 8. Moxley. Mondny In Juno; 1st Mondny In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday In December. FISCAL COUKT. County Board of Exnmlners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April nnd E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jnn. 24 and 25 Common school Routo 3. Hartford. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- diploma examination. Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvillo. er Dam. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Row,e. Center-tow- Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvillo. Mny 1G and 17 County tcachors 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Bnlzo-tow- n. examination. (While) Ilnrtford. Mny, 23 nnd 24 County teachers' flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford 7tli Dlctrlct B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd State 8th District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Routo 6. villo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and IIAKTKOKD. stnto teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Instltuto. July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept., 19 and 20 County nnd ROCKPOKT. State teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 26 nnd 27 County and State Polico Judge John T. Jackson. eachers' examination (colored) Marshal Will Langford. CIcrkA. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Kund Cal P. Koown, BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. V. Stovcns. 1 20. n, 1 n. 7-- r afVrt j-- Mothers mBIHHkV WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A gprejfc rermifue Mm f-- Traiiraenl Eamavf coughs, SmZ '(or -- WEAK or Op LUNGS CONSUMPTION A quick relict for lhal llrrd, FOR ONE MONTH fffllne, paint in cbrtl. nlilil iburi, A Safe, weak lunct or conumpllon. Dot help you II colli you nothing. aral. hernor It il do ( Remedy for Worms Ferenty fl?e yean continuous ue It th testimonial FJtEY'S KUMirUO E cau offer you. Keep a b ittle alwayf on hand. It wit! help keep tho tittle onet happy and healthy. 25c. a bottle at your dm?-fflnl- 't or ireneral tore: or If your dealer can't upply jnu end hU name and 23c.lutauipa and we'll tend yea a botUa promptly. rit hi (pnJ M m OHIO MEDICAL CO, SSiKJ. i&ratt r4B m" rTUtfci 1W r i Succeed when everything else fills. In nervout prostration and female weakness they ore the buprcmc remedy, nt thousands have testified. It is the best ke'BA-- S ikMaMUkiaM - E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. titers e , BAT-SNA- P. ( MASTIOR COMMISSIOXEK'S SALK. ' FOR KIDNtZY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ever sold over a druggls"s counter. I pock-mark- half-bake- Ohildren Cry m tee. ' or." through her paint. The girl wus able to blush oven Toledo Blade. IIUXK KOKM I'OI.ICK ARMY. Tbo Germans have a way all their own of getting around difficulties. They are now engaged in making a detour of tho military provisions of the peace treaty. These provisions placed a limit on tho military much below that placed by estab-libbmeHt Cliimibcrlalu's Cough Iteinedy. This remedy Is Intended especially fur coughs, colds, croup, and whooping cough. From a small beginning Its sale mid uso has extended to all parts of tho United States and to many foreign countries. This alono Is enough to convince ono that It Is a medicine of more than ordinary merit. Glvo it a trial and you will find this to bo m the case. CASTO RA Diarrhoea. We also handle Dead Shot Insect Powders for Fowls. Manufactured and guaranteed by The Progressive Mfg. Co., GOO W. Walnut St., Louisville, Ky. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. J. every movement nnd a spring in Iter step. Lovo comes to every woman who has bounding health but when she is pallid, dull eyed, languid, hlie has no magnetism nor docs she appeal to any man. Such a- change in feelings and looks! After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak and dragged down by weaknesses of her sex with eyes sunken, black circles and pale cheeks such a woman is quickly restored to health by tho Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce. Changed, too, in looks, for after taking Dr.' Picrco's Favtritc Prescription tho skin becomes clear, tho eyes brighter, tho checks plump. It is purely vegetable, contains no alcohol. al security. Druggists sell it in tablets or Given under my hand this tho 17th liquid. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, day of September, 1919. N.Y.. w rnr trial package. - Ohio Circuit Coint. Carrio H. French, et al., Plaintiffs Vs. Notice of Sale. Ex jiarte. Pursuant to n judgement and order of sale entered at tho September term, 1919, In tho ahovo Myled action, directiiiK mo to sell the hereinafter described land for tho purtMSo of dlvldliiK tho proceeds umiiiit; I ho joint owners thereof, after the of tho costs of said action an the cost of this sale, I will offer for salo at public outcry at tho Court House door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, October Gth, 1919, nt about tho hour of ouo o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, viz: A certain tract 'of luud In Ohio County, Kentucky, formerly owned by Amelia French, located on the waters of Barnott's Crook and bounded us follows: On tho North by tho C. M. I.indloy tract; on tho East by tho A. Daniel land; on tho West by tho Hewlett farm (formerly owned by D. S. French) and on tho South by the lauds formerly owned by J. J. Rummage, containing 78 acres moro or loss. Tho purchaser will ho required to execute bond Immediately after salo for the purchase prico, payablo in six months, boarlng interest at tho rate of 6 per cent from dato until paid, with security to bo approved by tho commissioner, and a lien will bo retained on the land sold as additionp?y-iiiont 1 NATURE'S MIRROR When a woman is healthy there's her rose her and well an (I Every Woman Wauls via 4 sparkle in a al 11 1 1 b TJ I Fnn prncrtfljAt uvriruc Diiaolvcd in water for douche atopr M rich Thero's elasticity in blood. eyes, a tint in checks, she has r c tl k'll ftv 3 A healing wonder for naaal catarrh. aore inroac ana tore cye tconoinicol. Hm l!ionnnr rlriniioa irxl cmnirLUI n ISr--i-i F... to- - .11 J,. ..:.,: ... .rl i. . mation. Recommended by Lydia E. ...... F'inlcham M1- - l?n fn.. t pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam- VibmI. Thtt'.ilon Toil.! Company. Bo.loo.Klm. J USE LI V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feci right nil the time. Don't lay of from work for days by taking calomel keeps yos when pleasant Uo'Vir-La- x on your feet, while relievingyour trouJb e. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, eur in its effect and certain in results. II won't bo long before IiV. x win completely displace calomel in ever horne. Children can tako it freely an with perfect af ety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Noitt genuino without the likeness and sign turo of L. K. Grigaby. For Bale by 0 i, M. WJLLLUU, 'UmOXVt, W-.La- w OTTO C. MAHTIN, Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. Hnrtford Republican, 91.50 per year P. Sanderfur, Attorney. U FARM DEPARTMENT. V Kelertl Plenty Of Seed. It l tany to forget, 1ut thn chances ire ton to out' Hint tlio fiiniicrs of Kentucky havo not forgotten the shortage of Rood rom two years nK". It thoy havo not forgotten tlioy Hhiiulil nro how many brands of fertilize now on tlio market and what each J I fj. AFRICA. H of commercial ocuasr : during tho year 1018. Of theso .120 rount wero completo fertilizers, or fertiliztlPCll 110 UTglllg tO IlfRltl til" BOlCCtlOII v AMEntCA essenof seed rom thn moment tlio crop 1ms ers containing all tlirty of tho 'ingredients namely; phosphoric matured tills fall. Whllo selecting tial nrld, nitrogen and potash (non-ncld- u seed corn tlio farmer should boo Hint A two lated bono nnd potash mixtures arc ho lins more than enough. years' Hiipply In not n bad plan by any not counted in this Item.) 125 acid phosphates or superphosphates, ICO menus. nitrogenous superphosphates, 45 nc'.d Of course, nnyonn knows n Rood car ' Look I Here Is the globe spread out flat be phosphates and potash mixtures, and of corn Just iih anyone knows a Rood G5 bones, tankage nnd fore your eyes. See those stars? Every .H horse when lie sees one. Hut n Rood bono nnd potash mixtures. Samples star shows where a U. S. Navy ship was on may beJudge of corn or of horses September 2nd, 1919. The Navy travels sent by manufacturers of tho various come a much huttor one hy learning brands registered have been analyzthe Seven Seas. what experience has taught others. ed, ns well as samples collected by The KxtciiHlon Division of tlio College our Inspetorcs from fertilizers found nun nif;ru.inun. e circuof Agriculture has a 'on sale in the State and those sent Tho proper sealing of tho silo nlso "Selecting and faring for Seed lar, Is Important, because where tho silo very thing for In by farmers." Corn." which Is the Is correctly topped off thcro usually the practical fanner to have at this MuM He Is a iti f nl in ti tti loss of the succulent A letter or u post time of the year. Of courso, the county agent has of- feed. A good plan Is to shnp thn card to the Kxpiirlmont Station inkCircular No. C3 will ten wiltton that farmers should read ears from the Inst three or four loads ing for nnd read constantly to bo of corn which nrc run into tho silo. lirltiK It nt once. hard-workin- g, d, It pleases thn editor to ho able- to the is calling to you! Straw or coarse hay may nlso be take his office shears and cut out used ns n topping. Then oats should hard-playin- g men of the U. S. Cot Out of The Kilt. and smiling foreign following editorial from the Pro- be sown over tho top of tho contents Practically every Brown person I". the Navy. gressive Farmer nnd put It In this after 'It has boon thoroughly moistenlands are beckoning to you. Shove America supposed that ho or she hnil column: ed, If necessary, although as a rule flnl. lied going to school and learning off and see the world! "No man can conduct a farm of any the corn. If cut at tho proper stage. The war with Its lessons Ioiib ngPay begins the day you join.N sup- 'kind, ns a farmer should conduct i Is moist enough without extra waterInsistent douiaud for inon, for farm, without reading. The lawyer ing. The oats sprout and form a On board ship a man is always in gay Learn to "parley-voo- " plies, for food and for money, forced who does not read tho decisions of the dense blanket which prevents the enupon every man and woman new leslearning. Trade schools develop bull-figh- ts in See various courts cannot succeed nt his silage from spoiling. sons In economy and efllclency. profession. The newspaperman wl I skill, industry and business ability. surf-ridin- g on the went to school again diirlnB certainly fall If he does not read. Panama. See Full Seeded Limns Host. no matter how old he or she Thirty days care-fre- e holiday each the war The merchant, the banker, tho doctor beach of Waikiki. Throughout the South Atlantic happened to he. 'the teacher, the mechanic must all States year with full pay. The food is n always pre- lawns are While the rude Jolt and sudden keep abreast of the times or else they jfcrablc, because as a rule, spring nwnkenlng was a hard lesson to he good. First uniform outfit is furLearn the lure that comes with will soon find themselves without seed-bee- d, learned, still It him had a fine effect Jobs or following others in their busi- seeding merely prepares a fine nished free. Promotion is unwhich Is dominated by crab the swish and swirl of the good salt making everybody realize that In ness who do read. Tho farmer must grass-see- d limited for men of brains. You can bo unlearned and other read the results of tho experlmcn grass, Irrespective of what thliiKS sea. Eat well free; dress well d Is planted. The thliiRs learned no matter how old they stations on the preparation of soil, mixture can enlist for two years and come free ; sleep clean free ; and look 'em lawn should bo sown during tho first happened to ho. Tlio war forced the plant, the proper wo weeks In September, In order that all of his the kind of seed to out broader, stronger and abler. man who has been In the rut all straight in the eye British, mode of cultivating the various crops, may attain adequate growth llf to ohatiBO his methods. Tlio wo- etc., If he expects to succeed. The tho turf Old French, man has been changed from tloliiK man who does not read often pays so ns to weather tho winter well. turfs which nrc beset with weeds may Shove off Join the U. S. Navy. things her own way because she. felt $10 per bushel for second-rat- e Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians seed, be renovated In the fall by raking Now that the It a patriotic duty. 1 apiece for ordinary fruit trees, and If you're between 17 and 35 go to and all manner of people. forming war has been over almost a year and fo on. The well posted farmer sel- out all tho crab grass and Inch a light mulch about one-hathe nearest recruiting station for all at home. the boys are practically dom' gets caught." deep, so that more seed may be sown It Is time to take stock of oneself and Come! Be a real man of the all the details. If you don't know as desired. Although this practice If It docs not pay decldo definitely See. the world. See it with Prowiit or Fill (Julllcs And Avoid Soil Is not recommended, it inay be instiworld. where it is ask" your postmaster. to keep out of tho rue for all time to 1,4'aiiiiiiK. operate tuted where conditions efllclency and economy, cocome. If Gullies aro wasters of soil fertility. rgalnst a new seeding. Thousands of were operation and ninny sections the dollars' worth of costly grass seed during the war, they cer- In worth while peace rows between the corn sometimes act are wasted each year In the Middle tainly are worth while now that ns channels which hoon wash deep and South Atlantic States in spring reigns In America. -nnd carry away much of tho best soil seeding. Specialists of the United Although It Ls not a States Department of Agriculture say of a field. Mine ! Nettled. simple matter to reduce these gullies. that fall seeding saves unnecessary In cortaln sections of The farmer It Is practical to attempt it, says the reseedlng, as well as extra Kentucky who Is not convinced that United Stntes Department of Agricul- work in costs which usually atend tho failis necessary for his ground limestone ture. A successful scheme practical ures of spring seedlngs. Holds because his soil Is underlaid throughout tho corn belt by many keep the famous bucksaw busy for 1JUYS HOME. unfit for seed Tho farmer who with limitless quantity of limestone. farmers consists In thrasMn.; sellings years to conic. looks ahead, say corn experts of the When lntcrplunted In cherry or Is making a great mistake. The former kaiser is enamored of grain, where grain follows c.rn may United States Department of Agriculsame farmer realizes that the In tho crop rotation, at Intervals along chards gooseberries and currants This ture, will save enough seed corn out of Holland hospitality. Considering Where There's n Baby on Farm Keep Is what be left for several years, according water In springs and wells Hat-Snastraw tho gully so Hint the and tho of this crop to meet his needs for that he was an uninvited guest,- he Is commonly called hard water be will be deposited In sue.i a manner as to the growth of the orchard Rats are on most farms. Once they has been treated well. He decided to two or, better still, for three years. cause It contains lime, livery rain to blockade and prevent .'urther soil size of the bushes; and In apple and The old cry, of course, will be rais- mako his tarry permanent and recent- get inside the house look out. Rats may bo left some-whthat fiocs down through the soil and erosion. Kvcn though wheal and rye pear orchards they ed that there ls notAlmo at this busy ly bought a home about five miles kill infants biting them ls not unlonger, though the ground oc off through the ground carries away btrnw are valuable 'or be ldm,; Amerongen. The old man- usual. Nursing bottles attract rats. cupied should be restricted to one or season to select seed corn even for north of n certain amount of limestone- taken P and It Is advisable to sicrKi'.o somo two rows of bushes through the cen- 'one year's planting, to say nothing of sion was built In the 14th century Brake a cake of from tho soil. Through tho heavy of tho latter us tho farmer will elimispace between the tree two or three. It does take time but and partly rebuilt in 1700. It Is an throw it around. It will surely rid ter of the avorago rainfall this amounts to an it takes less time to select the corn Imposing structure in the midst of you of rats and mice. Three sizes, nate a material sourc- of loss and an enormous amount of lime per year. eyesore fiom wnat prob'ibl lb other- rows. Otherwise, tho bushes will bo ow; than It will take spring after noxt gardens. There are broad acres of 25c, 50c, $1.00. with tho proper likely to interfere The application of ground limestone vise an tt i.i Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r, country for a crib of old meadow and rich woodlands connecte lot kliiy Held care of the trees. In vineyards the I to scour the inerly makes up for this regular annuActon Bros., Taylor's Drug It. Tho estate Is In ono of currants and gooseberries are often corn, or falling that, to find seed ed with al loss. arthor south. Fortunately, tho right Holland's most picturesque regions Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker ! Near; Aro You made a part of tho permanent plantaTime In Circular No. 59, "Umiiiff the m way is the least expensive and safest and there aro enough trees on It to Myrtle. I 'repined For It? tion, but while they are commonly Soil," issued last cnr by tho Inteng period productive when so grown, tho grapes way. Also, it enables tho farmer time that sion Division of the Collego of crop Is are likely to be rather unproductive to go oil growing the strain of corn of the University of Kentuc- 'when a portion of tho corn that has "made good," Instead of and sealed in tho sllo ky, It Is estimated that 500 pounds piopared getting something haphazard that he year. In will soon be here. Every silo owner AmoiiK Western Hor.es Malady is lost from every aero each nothing about. ls In An outbreak of what Is commonly knowns order that tho thinking farmer may sliould see thatto tho structure succureceive the best condition lr Horse dlsoase" has called tho "Kansas understand Just exactly what this If possible all smaH tools for the crop. taken placo In western Kansas and has to say on tho subject tho lent corn J Net f.nntentslS'Fluid Prachnfl As tho farmer gives tho silo the eastern Colorado within recent weeks, farm should bo purchased on ono orfollowing county agent Is quoting tho must look caublng tho loss of several hundred der. This will save tlmo and, usual thorough "onco over" he from page 15: v0 . out, first of all, for proper protection horses. With tho roappearanco of ly, money. Also, It will entail a liM.lik.M.L-- J Is best to apply ground limeFor Infants and Children. ' ' 1"It total expenditure sufficiently largo to amounts, considerably for tho Interior, according to United this malady, which veterinarians de- impress stone in lnrgo importtho farmer with tho of Agriculture signate as forago poisoning, or cereStates Department more than Is needed to noutrnlizo j specialists. The annual application brospinal meningitis, representatives ance of giving systematic care to his ncldlty. Two tons per the Imnicdlato of a mixture of coal tar nnd creosote, Industry smalt tools. ncro Is a good Initial application In 'both Inside and outside, adds greatly of tho Ucureau of Animal and tho Colorado Agricultural Colalthough much benoflt this Stnto, Boys Joining agricultural clubs of to tho life of a wood silo, ns it pro-- It a vigorous campaign, should come from tho uso of one ton, ects tho wood against decay. Tho lego began bellovod has effectively tho United States Department of Agriwhich It is well spread nnd jaCOHOL-- 0 TEH GENT. if finely ground and coal-ta- r must bo creosote solution Is relativeepidemic. Tho fact thnt culture entering contests nr. J. .!.. IVnnrM innfarAS mixed through tho soil. There is ly Inexpensive and tho cost of treat- checked" tho ,!.!,. :AO,rnrt !lvRelU in the outbreak of 1912 Kansas lost between 10 to IS yoars of ago on considerable- loss of limestone, from ing tho silo with this matorial is so somo 20,000 horses Indicates tho seri- January 1 of any given year. llntithcStcfflachsandDwjW soils In tlio underground drnlnngu 'slight that no silo owner should allow ous possibilities of such an occurence wntors; probably not less than 500 "1)6 you know anything about flirthis silo to stand without this protec-- I and the vnluo of speedy protective pounds per aero por year. This loss tlon. It Is also essontlal that he measures such as the Federal and ing?" TlicrcbyPromoUn6Di4csuon In fnct, it Is a necessais unavoidable; "No, replied Eugene, sadly; "I tighten looso hoops in order that no State experts havo taken. Cheerfulness andRcsttotaufi ry result of tho proper functioning of nor crevices allow air seepage. Tho cause of this dlsoaso is not thought I did, but the girl I tried neither Onlum,Morphlnc In the soli. To mako cracks or tho matorial iJJneral.NoTNAncoTic necessary to keep It tho hoops havo been kept tight, definitely known, but it is believed to It on married me." good this loss, It Is however, during tho period that tho bo duo to eating somo form of fungjiofdDcsxvnpncm applying tho mntorI.il at tho rato of JhimpXm .Mb every four silo is empty, thoy should be loosened ous growth. In response to question? "These Huts Wouldn't Ent Sly Best not less than ono ton drain," .Says Fred I;amb. Just before filling to prevent buckling In behalf of farmers and others JlocktUiSll years. It's hard to keop rats out of a feed or breaking of hoops duo to swelling have, been stricken, "For tho growth of alfalfa, doublo whon the dry staves obsorb moisture whoso animals tho Uureau of Animal Industry has store. Tried for years. A neighborabove recommended tho amounts MrwW from tho green silage. sont out a number of telegrams In- ing store sold me somo OnnfuiSagf should bo used." llMfntxunr forming owners that work horses In It worked wonders. Gathered up Look For Cracks In Old Silos o 77777iLmf.,(vfor Bought In the enso of wooden sllo3 It may the afflicted areas should not bo per- dead rats evory morning. Ancipiuiiiti"- Iluy With Cure. Haven't a rat now. to graze and as far as possible more i Every farmer who ls in the market bo advisable to comont arpund tho mitted andVcvcrishness'md recive only hay and Thoy wouldn't cat my best grain when for fertilizers for autumn or spring bottom of tho silo whero the founda- thoy should from last yenr's crops. I throw P .LOSS of around." Three tJvE.o Vr.v uso, should kcop posted as to what ho tion Joins tho superstructure. In the grain rations WsulUntherefrora2n!SraftCvary jenso of old silos It will bo profitable Horses In pastures should bo removed sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Complete fertilizers Is buying. Signature" Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso-bto- r, lots, and'shoul t go over them care- to barns or dry-fee- d In their mako up nnd tho farmer 'for tho farmer to .50IC.C Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug bo fed only hay and grain land needs and fully to look for cracks and wheroever like-wis- e ought to buy what hla ''cSS'' Store, Williams & Duke, and Walkor year's crop. , not havo to pay for exponslvo Ingre- ho finds thorn to seal with tar and rations from last .RJ!S! TneCENTAwnCoMMvr. m Myrtlo. , i dients which will do his land no good. 'oakum, wood filler, or other effective yaa; To Plant l'orr Tho farmer can keop posted as to matorial. If tho bottom of tho silo No Xeed For Fanner When the chest feels on fire and may Seed Corn. ga what each fertilizer on the markot has decayed slightly, tho owner This year's corn, over most of tho the throat burns, .you have indigesO'kO contains by sending for Ilulletin No. saw of"f whatover amount ls necessary, corn, the kind tion, and you need Herblno to get rid blockading, United States, is good 219 "Commercial Fertilizers," which and then, by the use of ---- " t;' a man can plant with of tho disagreeable feeling. It drives boon Issued by tho Kentucky Ag- 'gradually lower the silo to the foun-r of corn that has . I ' n mi r a good out badly digested food, strengthens AAinAnl Ihi UIUUUU H J.tl.. ws greatest assurance of getting Exact Copy of Wrapper. riculture Kxperlmont SUtlon at Lex- IlilUUIl UHUIII, WClllCUUUb crop. Thoro is no knowing what thn stomach and purifies the bowels. bass as previously described. ington. and able next years' corn will bo. It may be Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug When the silo Is air-tigThe following extract from the bill. m most rigid Inspection, late, caught by early frosts, soft and Company. lotln will glvo the farmer an Idea of to stand the m. contains: "There woro 721 different brands fertilizers registered tho owner may consldor tho actual work of filling. A wlso precaution Is to' place- several feet of straw In the bottom of tho silo to net ns a protective blanket between tho bottom of thn silo nnd tho food, an ordinarily ullage Juices collect thoro unless proper fncllltloti, for drainage are provided and tho straw nets nB a valuablo absorbent for this cxcobs of molsturo which otherwise might damago tho bottom silage. Mu- -t Tramp II Down Well. In tho actual oporntlcfn of filling the silo It is of parnmouut importance tint no air pockets be left; this Is pro-- I vented by sufficient tramping. It depends largely on tho diameter of tho silo how many men should bo used to tramp tho ensilage, but oven In silos ns Hinnll ns 12 feet diameter, It sufficient help Is available, at least throe men ithould be used with an Increase In the forco as the size of tho - AStA Jn fP -- MJV AtrT-v- 1 AMC Mo: civ . J iwzr L ! ir I." ?A.kI rZrT7Wr &ilfe4.BV A. KV" Vv V VV37-ic- . V rv -- -- M ij six-pag- i Dorit you want to see the "World ? -- - ROMANCE red-bloode- - Paree. the fall-sow- fall-seede- Chinese, Japanese, lf ss corn-produci- Shove off ! Join the U. S .NaVJT H p. at I pur-pose- RAT-SNA- - Silo-Pilllii- K Agil-cultur- o, Corn-cannin- clr-cua- I CASTORIA Genuine Castoria - m9 PS! -- -r. 'f "" Mothers Know That - Always Bears the of I Signature &Jt RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- P. J Use RAT-SNA- For Over c I new Thirty Years h - CASTORIA 1 ht gE22 1 , ' COSSACKS' INSULT TO i a S. SOLDIERS TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY It's Your Pocket Books That Pay the Bills ' From the, .Democratic Stnte Platform, MIM" "Wo favor RIGID ECONOMY in, tlio ntlmlnlstrn-lio- n of tin HtnteN ulTalrs to tho end Hint Iho people ni.iy rceoho a mtiNltmmi of benlre ul it mini OF ALL USELESS OF. niuiii of cost, iniil to that end wo faor the IMMEDIATE ABOLITION FICES, and the rendering of full ami udeipiute son Ice In eVory dcimrtinent of the State Governments.!' a! Arrest Capt. Flogged Corporal Japan May Be Involved. ' Washington, Sept. .10. Tho Stato and War Departments proposo to ascertain tho facts and demand an apology froift tho govcrnine-ntresponsible for the arrests nf Cant. I., v. Johns In Slbcrln by cossnclcs and tho Hogging of Corp Honjamln Spelling, of the 31st Regiment. It is certain that tho first government which tho United States will press for satisfaction Is Hint of Slberln, and if it bo truo that n Japanese major threatened to throw his forces on tho sldo of tho cossacks at Iman, where the Incident occurred. Japan aso will bo called upon for ex planations and apologies. Secretory of War Baker said today ho had n messages from Mnj. Gen. W. S. Graves, comniandlnc. stntlnii the ense briefly although without mentioning tho names of tho officer and corporal. Parts of the message, wero turned over to tho Stuto Department. ' I To My Friends And 0 Customers I have severed my connection with The Kentucky Creameries and am now associated with THE FOX BROS. CO., (Incorporated) , and will con-- v tinue to buy your v. - f" PROMISE NET RECEIPTS. ' f W PERFORMANCE "RIGID ECONOMY" NET EXPENDITURES. Oov. WIINoti (Rep.) 41 Guv. Stanley 42 months Gov. WllNon (Hop.) 41 months. .$21,277.-1- 0 ;!.'., 47I,M)!.S,J Gov. Stanley 42 months nioutli. .S2f,010.niO.."(I :S0,2(U),420.Ol Poultry, Eggs and Cream Paying the highest market price at all times. Dates for receiving cream will be WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS of each week. Gall or see me Stanley's Excess $(1,104,41800 Gov. WIIN'in v Stanley's (Rep-) V.kw months S12,21I,11S.43 $.'40 ."07.00 $(I,::j:I.(a) ?:;10,S.'!(!00 Average Monthly Expenditure Average Monthly Expoudltutc&--GoStanley's Excess INTEREST.BEARING End of Gov. STATE 41 Stanley 42 months ' WARRANTS $ nC0,M0.-,- 7 OUTSTANDING. cident took place only a few miles 1, n ..... n.... MnilllFatnl. rt. iiuunu.nun mu uf it jLlllusu ii.ui... there In foice as that part of the AH rauroau is controicu by tno Japanese although the actual work of running Since Gov. Stanley came into office, 314 new office holders have tho road is in the hands of the Chibeen added to the State pay toll. nese. Ofllcors here who are out and out In favor of the withdrawal of all American troops from Siberia say there has been bad blood between the Japanese and the Americans ever since the Americans appeared on the ground. This unconcealed feeling became manifest when the Japanese derided because they did not come to the rescue of the EiffiWlHIfrai Japnnese force which was cut up by Bolshevik! In the early part of the in- Ucrnatioital occupation. Tho reached tho. boiling AT HEAVER DAM. Mr. R. B. Martin mm daughter, write you promptly and you are only point when Japanese attacked Aincrl- Do it now. Miss Maurlne, and Miss Harriot Flen- - out tho postage. Stock Compa- - r:m snlfUprw nt Tlnn The Heffner-Vinso- n Tlin nrtdv er, of Cromwell, wero guests of Mr. ny will open a week's engagement at has bcon expectlnB Tlin (or months thjU and Mrs. O. C. Martin, Sunday. jirs. s. P. Browning and ion, Mcl- - Beaver Dam, Monday night. This the State Department would secure an ( vln and MUses Pauline WlLsuii and Show Company comes to our neigh- ample apology from Japan for that Miss Bessie Gillespie returned to Maurlne Davenport, of Rochester, boring town well recommended, hav- affair, but tho State Department has Kouisville Tuesday, to resume her were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. ing been favorably spoken of wherc-ev- never been willing to make a statethey" have exhibited. duties at the Jewish (Hospital, after Johnson, of near town, last week, ment In the mailer, not even today. m visiting relatives here for a month. Withdrawal mily Solution. WANTED. ' It was announced at ona timo that t For Salt One farm of G7 V-- acres. To purchase a good, second-hmi- d Mr. and Mrs. J. F. VIckers and near Rob Roy school house. For In Japan hnil decided to make amends to saw rlgr- daughter. Miss Mar'on Austin, of formation write to, the United States, but as soon ns tlie WALTER RENFROWr Owcnsboro, wero guests of Mr and news reached Toftlo, the Japanese J. H. EMBRY, 13t2p White Run, Ky. government issued nn official denial Mrs. R. E. Lee Slinmormr.il Monday 8tf Beaver Dam, R. No. 3. and Tuesday. It was emphasized today that the FOR SALE. 'situation in Siberia is such that a tlio Mrs. G. W. Bunger, who has been 122 acres one mile north, of Crom-- . troops remain there every Incident, Fred Robertson has purchased the Barber Shop of D. S. Smith. Mr. an invalid for a considerable length well. S room house, good barn and or-- such as this latest one, makes It poultry houses, cellar, amljtala that others will' follow nnd elmt Robertson took charge of the business of time, due to a fall, has moved'into Thursday. Mr. Smith has returned the homo of Mr. aed Airs. J. E. David- plenty of water. Price $3,600, it! the only escape from the situation Is son, in order to be better cared for. sold at ouce. L. H. COMBS, to Cave City. the withdrawal of the United States 13t4p troops out of tho region. Beaver Dam, Ky. ' Mrs. Ora Maddox, who has spent Yewoll Raugh, who has been here the past week with her daughter, Mrs. for some time, returned to New York, Ellis Foster and Mr. Foster, will 'yesterday to resume service with tho (Mq leave for Llvermore today, to visit ,U. S. Navy, from which he had receiv ed a furlough some time ago. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernio Brown. Bjugh accompanied Mr. Baugh as far Jllss Clarice Ward, after spending as Louisville, where she will visit Mr. a" mouth with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. J. D. Baugh for a timo. Mrs D. E. Ward, of Nocreek, returned to Detroit, Monday, where she has Mr. and Mrs. Loney Hoover, of a position In tho ElUabethtown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover, of Central City and Mr. and If "you need a first class guaranteed Mrs.. Smith Hoover, of Dyersburg. Lalley Electric Light is actually a farm suney either steel or rubber tiro, the Tenn., spent Sunday here, with their economy. latest style, ask Fordsville Planing parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hoover is an economy , because it saves both Mill Company for prices. They will and Mr. Jcsso Hoover and family. June 30, MUon's term 1010, Stanley Admin INTEREST PAID ON STATE WARRANTS. I'lseal e.ir ending June BO, 1011 (Wlllson) $ 31,3C9.:U par en,nR June 30, riM, 3,.mO,W I.S7 (Ktanle) ,, Japanese Tlicie in Km re. It is figured hero that as the IWlftll 1 at the same old place in In- 271,700.01 I "Abolition Of Useless Offices" 1 Black Could and Wouldn't Morrow Cam and Will CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORT mmm L. T. RILEY .t..t.t4, I ! THE iiismmgEi B&&3 COMING! HEFFNER-VINSO- N I CO.! STOCK Water-Pro- IX DRAMAS, COMEDY AND VAUDEVILLE. er Under Big of Tent At Beaver Dam i t t Near Depot, All Week i Beginning Monday, Oct. 6 to SOME OF.THE PLAYS 11 cer-char- d, "Wedded ami Purled." "Lena Rivers," "Trail of tho Lonosomo Pino," "Girls From the Golden West," "Was She to Blame," and "Under tho American Flag," tho great patriotic play. Lalley Light and Power Saves Labor on the Farm 9 Children, 15c; Adults, 30c; PIllcWarTnv t I X LADIES FREE FIRST NIGHT When accompanied by gentleman or lady Willi mm paid Ucket. Post-offlc- o. labor and time. It A BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING . Given away to tho Most Popular Lady Attending our Shows. J 1 LI t hand, It gives better light for work which must be done before daylight or after It is an economy because, on the other X Doors Open at 7:30 Special Scats For Colored Folks. Show Starts at 8:30 tAVVL Greater capacity. Closer dark. Light and power are always ready, at the lowest possible operating cost. it is a fact that Lalley savings do pay its way. COME AND HAVE A BIG LAUGH! Easier skimming. to wash. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYER- S! Speed indicator. Easier to t u r n. Wears longer. Automatic oiling. Patented milk distributing device that you cannot get on any other machine. Assured service. Ask any De Laval user. Over 2,000,000 in daily use. '51 B H SMftTCM LI1T Liiht is a complete unit engine and gtnerator-wi- th 7tf.ce ttort tiattory It upplaa tmple oltctricity tot hlts, water pump, trtthint maclints, weepf, crm-partto- r, lanrutii mill, iron, eta. LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION DETROIT, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. k&q lht saw thue.sates labor, sates wumi BEAN, Hartford, Ky. J. D. WilliamsKy. & Sons Beaver Dam, Ilotli Phones. W.J. Agent ammmmmmammmm I or one of my deputies will be at the following places to collect your taxes : Saturday, October 11 t!01,"116' Bell s Run, Thursday, October 9 Taylor Mines, .. . Saturday October 11 Beda, Friday, October 10, P. M. Magan, Friday, October 10 Thursday, October9 5all?h Rosme, Saturday, October 18 Arnold, Tuesday, October 14 Select, Monday, October 13 m Cromwell, Wednesday, October 15 , Prentiss, Monday, October 20 Taylor Mines, Saturday, October 25 McHenry, Saturday, October 25 Horse Branch, Monday, October 13 Narrows, . . ; Wednesday, October 15 Sulphur Springs, Monday, October 27 Tuesday. Octnhoi ii Olaton, Wysox, Tuesday, October 23 ,t Rockport, Wednesday, October 29 Beaver Dam, Friday, October 31 Simmons, Saturday, November 1 Render, Saturday, November 1 ..... . , S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C.