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The Hartford republican: October 10, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919101001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 10, 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. Hjrabiicittt Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. HERNDON TRIAL FOR DEVOTliD TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919. No. 15 mntlo at tho cxpenso of her Rood DR. JOHN L. HILL IBEADS ODDLY STRUNG soon ns tho necessary equipment tor KY. METHODISTS MAKE tho work Is secured. naiiio. Klio Wants politics left out of Last Wednesday, October tho first, this caso, for when nolitics cntors tho S(a(o 0,w,nlwr For The Ilnptlit 75 nv T. D. ninlro. 'tlin Pnrnnt.Tonrhor Aaannlntlnn nrn. Justlco goes out. YEAR'S ASSIGNMENTS LIBEL IS POSTPONED court-hous- o Million Cuiiipulf;n. Italian citizen of Dos 'acted tho school with an American "While I havo written plainly ' nnd Moines, says great numbers of his j flap, Tlio flag was presented by Mrs with Rotno foolliiR, I haven't tho y A great rally service for p.. Plrtlo and when it was unfurled 'slightest Idea that you propose to da - oho Co,nt Ilatlsts wln ,)C hoId at countrymen are returning to Italy be-'- j, Special Judge Asked nnythiB lhor than your full, duty 1Jeaver Daill( Kyf 0ctoI)0r - 15p nt 10 cause of prohibition. But why cross auovo tho walls of tho bulldlnir ovnrv Alvis S. Bennett Lay Dellno occa lo Bet to uniy wnon mey j,uiso i,eat wns quickened and every would . ., In this mntter or that you Does Not Appear At egate To General ' t0 CrS9 the hl heart tbrobbed exultantly to seo the by tho countenance tho evil Intimated I)r Js doubtless tho greatest Russellvilie. ,TiVCt t0 Ret t0 Owo"sboro? prophets above referred to. Jflag which had witnessed so many Conference. Layman in Kentucky, In fact Soulhem ibloody scenes and won so many gal- "I feel that you should know this Hnpti8ts wanted him for ono of their Forecasting tho Owensboro tobac- - lant victories waving to and fro in the ,..,, Kv,n,w .mi.i "Wn in order that you man avoid being n(innrni .,. Russollvllle, Ky. Oct. C. One-thir- d put In n falso attltudo In this matter. w)1I work ,,,, r,gnt ,iere Jn Ky j,avo co market Is a hazardous undertnk- - October Sunshine, The Kentucky Conference of the. of tho legnl talent of Hurroundlng In behalf of the Hartford School wo "So lot us faco a Judgo and then nll tno qUcgtons you want to ask ,nR'but 'rom Information available M. E. Church, of those intimations will thereby bo roady an,i nro "them nt lilm, for ho I w111 vcnluro tbo prediction counties, and ns many residents thattako this opportunity to extend our In Louisville, which mot In session last week, adjourned Logan county ns could fill tho court- - proven to bo falso. Wo shall glvo wanls yo to ) jle wlll,rto his soun(1 cl"y tobacco will bring quite sincere thanks to tho Parent-TeachoSunday, after mnklng tho announcehouso, wnlted in vain at RuSellvlllo them no credence whatever until thoy )igt t() nll3Wor fjmt wo may all be ns Good or possibly a better price than for tho gift of tho Hag and for tho ' ment of assignments for tho ensuing-year- . morning for special Judge to try nro proven to bo true. Inst season, but tho outlook for dark torest taken In us and our work. i 'rimr nn,i m,i . iann Below will bo found the Ben-or- al the chnrges of criminal libel agalnstl "I am sorry to bother you with this (l(ft i,i in)l ,. ,. ,,- - qnvinlll. .and inferior grades Is less certain appointments and olections, toLogan County Press Company, matter when you aro so busy, but feel tho SCHOOL FAIR TO BE An t)l0 ua,,t3t prenchers, District gether with tho assignment f pasnm not 'et ready to write my for which A. M. Herndon and J. F. that my duty to my client demands joar,i Members, Church Organizers ' HEM) AT FORDSVILLE tors for tho Louisville District: w111 Logan, editors, nnd .Mrs. A. M. Horn- - that this bo brought to your ntten- - r. jl. U. Organizers, Team Captains ,story of Llfo but W. W. Shepherd, superintendent. "I don woro Indicted by tho Juno grand tlon. With best wishes for your sue- - nli'uvor'kors aro urged to bo present ,ncn'011 a 8,n.8l0 feature that will bo The Ohio County School Fair will Wllmore, Ky.; Albany, M. O. Shelley, Jury. news to those who havo not had oc- - bo held at Fordsvllle, in tho November election." 'coss 'and all other Baptists who possibly, Saturday, Oct.. L. W. Hammond and J. G. Pitman; uu u. , ,, nf 11, uaw. ;, Mur.mu.i iH ua"J" lu muisiuii iui mii uiu v..iBU wuhi l.u should hn thnrn. fnr wn nrn ox.lK Th. nrnmIs Beaver Dam, It. O. Hayes; Bethel. Logan Circuit Court, ten days ago, Kentucky of the order of tho Eastern 'pect,nB tho greatest llay ln"the hIstor 'During tho day and earlier hours of I, nterest from an educatlonal 8tand Boyd Browning; ii van n tor ucuiutr u in uniur iniii hiar. anc is n sisier 10 w.o "" rareiy sous u cat o:. j ,lnt. Programs are out, announcing Waldrip; Bowling1 Betherldge, S. B. uwjiigm 0f Ohio County Baptists. Green, H. O. Mur-rel- l; ,n Gov Black would have time to dcslg- - Joints A. Chandler, pastor of Lander D BD0An ALLKN, Organizer. tno strect' b,lt trom two or thrco .tho list of premiums for tho various Bowling Green circuit, Ira P. tho streets aro alive will contests, all of whlch.ought to nate n special Judge. Judgo John S. Mcmorlnl church, Louisville. Court mm 'them. They aro seen at these hours .. rnn',,,r1lIo ,nf ImoUNTAIN MISSION' SCHOOLS Uhca being unablo to try tluvchnrgos, ,,fJ Day; Deer Lick, J. C. Landrum; f -- , J. B. Martin; Earlington, W. In- Mrs. Herndon Is n daughter of tho becauso thoy were filed nt his JIAVK AX IMI'OHTAXT TASK scainperlng about In such numbers jhQ stmlenta and teaciierg 0f the .P. Perkins; Gradyvllle, G. H. Shelly; stance. uev. J. s. Chandler, wno somo tne strange visitor would no leu county. tlnto jtnat, ,,, , ,, , Greenville, A. K. Drayer; Hardlns-,bur- g, Tho Indictment charged that an years ago was pastor of tho M. K. One of tho interests that will bo to conclude that cat raising was tho' rph ..w.VJ uubUb IU WO UUC HI U1U1U Ul It. W. Huntsman; Hickory, W. y the liaptlst 75 SUUIon euy a ciuei muusiy. in uie hussuiiviiiu .nusaui- - cuurcn, rtouiu, in mis piiicu, nun m rosiered wneiiier tiitiy ' tliese scliool fairs held In tho county cuuonni A. Humpries; Hopklnsvllle, J. T. Wat - i sister of Mrs. Crowe, wlfo of Judgo Campaign which Is not so generally come out attracted by the rats or ger accused Judgo Ilhea of "Immoralevery year and we trust that theso oc son; Kings Mountain, J. H. Lewis; lty, dishonesty, misconduct nnd unfit- - C. M. Crowe known to tho masses of the peoplo is scattered crumbs of food I do not casions may become a fixture with tho Leltchfleld, J. A. Phillips; Attornoy, know, but I am witness to tho fact' good peoplo of Fordsvllle. Commonwealth's ness." jtlint of the mountain mission schools, Louisville Epworth, J. T. Martin 'of which there nro thirty-ninJnmes It. Mnllory this morning wns WALTKIt I'AIIKS KKDEItAL thirty- - that in tho stillest hours of tho night and J. J. Seltz, assistant; Trinity, O. - walk LAND llAXIC AI'I'IIAISKII six of theso being located by Coiumonwenlth's Attornoy j in amazing num- abroad assisted in the cats.WILLS PUOBATED. Curl; Wesley, W. F. Gregory; Denny P. Smith, of tho Hopklnsvllle Southern Appalachians nnd the other bers, S. M. Currier; Munfordsvllle, Mr W'nltnr IT Pnrkq nf tllla lllnro.. iiulv I.. .!. A!.n..nn n.1 .tussuuii ..., w. ...... lllatrlrt l.mn ii iiiv Linuiiaan mill f ..... ... .. ... No Creek, H. W. Two wills wero probated in County Sherman Biggs; Being myself a married man, I hal Hubert Meredith Chief Councel for received notice by wire. Snturday, of Ozarks. There am 200 teachers In Logan County Press Company, his appointment as Federal Land theso schools and G, 000 students and always felt tho keenest sympathy for (Court Monday. No great amount or Landreth; Onton, J. W. Cantrell; Owtho declared his defense would bo Hint Bank Annralser. for Kentucky and a mntinv investmi in Mmsn srhnnis im tho docile and wretched JIkks Ma - Property was bequeathed by either, ensboro, J. H. Embry and p. O. Logs-doPaducah, H. S. Sims; Pulaski, tho charges of "Immorality," dlshon- - portion of Tennessee. Mr. Parks left probably yielded larger returns In honey, and when the Jiggs family First Tho Will of Mrs. Emma Ewell, engagoment at the wherein only two sons arc tho bene E. C. Kenner; Riley, Lloyd Rounds; csty, misconduct and unf ltno" wero Sunday afternoon for Louisville, strong renomlnatlonal leader's of both played a 'where he reported to the authorities men and women than any other work Yellow Banks I occupied a frontseat. flclaries. Mr. Ola Ewell qualified as Sacramento, L. F. Payne; Sclenco true. Hill, B. M. Wesley; Scottsvllle, W. H. After waiting until 10 o'clock for and was assigned to duty, going to done In tho homelnnd. It Is tho be- - Yes, I saw the suffering Jlggs In tho executor. Tho Will of Loroy Condor, who re- - 'Munsey and Ira Horn; Summltt, the nppearnnco of n judge, attorneys Lebanon, Monday, from whence ho cf of tho Baptist 75 Million Cam- - flesh, along with Maggie, Kittle apd for both sides went Into an anto room will go to Bowling Green nnd per- - palgn mannger th.-t-f these peoplo of.UInty Moore. However, I was dis- - sided at Narrows, was probated, after Granville Jaggers; Tompklnsvllle, W. to try to lesignnto somo ono present haps to Tennessee, before ho returns tho mountains are more truly Amerl- - appointed by tho absence of Grogan. making some small bequests to his H. Hale; O. H. Callis conference ' Union who would serve. home. can In spirit and In blood than any Jlggs was true to life and Dlnty even children, the major portion was de- evangelist; W. B. Dunkum, After a short conference It was an Mr. Parks is well fitted for this others in tho United States and aro more so, but Kittle was a dlsappolnt- - mised to one son, as a consideration Gospel Mission; O. G. Reagan, with She for the care of the Decedent's widow. centenary. nounced the attorneys were unable to position, having for several years animated by exceptionally unselfish ment and Maggie a travesty. agreo and the case was continued to been engaged in tho realestato busU ideals. Elders who were ordained Saturwas forty pounds too stout and twenty day are: M. M. Carmlchael, J. L. Buryears too young, and. there was an COUNTY FIXAXCIAL -1ness. Ills many friends hero will bo the February term of court. 'STATEMEXT IS FILED ton, E. T. Franklin, J. B. Kenyon, 6. MItS. L. It. LOXEY DEAD. When thi Indictment wis rcturit&d pleased to learn of, and approve his absence of that Inimical", Ignorant In- H. Co.llins, W. S. Peters, E. N. Earley, solence that McManus so artistically Mr and Mrs, Herndon nnd Mr I.ogan appointment. Mrs. Loney, wife of Mr. L. B. Lon- - portrays. I'll confess I avm prejudlc- Tho report of Messrs. J. L. Brown B. N. Lnnham and A. W. Insko. wero arreted", but refurrvl to glvo ey, died at their home near McHenry, ed against Maggie, out or sympathy and J. H. Wood commissioners of tho Deacons 'ordained aro as follows: IUG LAX1 DEAL. bond until an officer of tho publishTuesday after an Illness of consldera- - for the henpecked Jiggs, but tho stage Ohio County Fiscal Court appointed S. P. Franklin, W. G. Butler, Henry ing company Insisted, becauso of Mrs as to tho financial G. Murrell, M. B. Wesley and H. C. Tho tract of land belonging to tho ble duration. Vuneral services wcre Maggie was bum. But it was a real to Investigate Herndon being In 111 health. Upon her relenso from Jail Mrs. Herndon Collins heirs, about two miles from conducted at West Providence, Wed- - show except for the chorus. There transactions and condition of tho Sims. fainted and for a time was lu a serl- - town, on tho- - Beaver Dam road and nesdny, by tho Rev. E. D. Mnddox, af were ton girls In the chorus and they county for the years 1917 and 1918, Announcement was made by tho Muddy Creek, was sold this week to ter which tho. remains were Intored wore only clothes enough for one, and was filed with tho Fiscal Court at its conference treasurer Saturday that our condition. ,1 can not forglvo a woman, on or off session Wednesday, adopted and ap $35,000 had been given during tho Mr. J. C. Gnbbert of Butler county. 'at that place. Anonymous Loiter ltecolvcd. .the stago, for sacrificing the dlvfnc proved and ordered published. past fiscal year toward benevolences It was brought out yesterdny that It Is estimated that tho tract contains A GOOD ICE MAX. Tho report showed the county's in- In the Kentucky conference. virture of womanly modesty. tho nppearnnco of tho of- - 300 acres, for which tho consideration Just after . debtedness on Jan. 1st., 191S, to be fending cdltorlnl Mrs. Herndon re- - Is to bo $.'15,000, being tho largest It was decided to have Kentucky H Our people will have to doff their deal lu realestato taking place In this 1IAUTKOl) HI(m SCH0OIi NBWS ?57,383.27, and on January 1st., 1910 remain in the Ohio Episcopal area celved nn anonymous letter. hats to Mr. K..A. Bennett, manager of . the total Indebtedness was $51,S5S and to return Bishop Anderson to Although no word has been rccclv- - vicinity, so far. tho Polar Wave Ico Co. Although ravages of war and In 54. showing a net reduction 'during that area. Delegates to the general ed from Gov. Black In regard to tho From tho tho past season has been a dry nnd nnnnlniiiinnt nf n sneclnl tndci). a re- - i UAI'TISTS WILL EXLAKGE flucuza the Educational Institutions the past year of $4,524.73. A rather jconferenco to be hold lit Des Moines UKKAIXH.'mt onc Mr- - Bennett has run the ico WO UK IX turn card was received by Attornoy any good showing1 lor the year, especially j, jayt 1929, were elected as follows: plant throughout the ontiro season havo no doubt suffered more than Meredith showing that a registered one thing alone, but now as tho great when the price of labor and material ministerial delegates, Rev. W. W. a single "shut down," which ,,. i - ot all sorts has been so unusually shepherd,-Wllmore- , If conditions will permit, tho bi'uv; ra.,1nv,l lnttor rpminstlni u tl0 nnnollltmenl was . ,iii,ii(,, l.n. a and Rev. E. B. . .1 i vw m -u.o i t. rri ...e ,uumy. ol uhiiwuiij to uvvu ittu t .t . uuu lg high. .ub In lal commission to Europo represent- Cverley, Newport; alternates, Rev. W. received at tho executive mansion Jn B the Baptist 75 Million Campaign tho ico has been good and the pr ee O. Davenport, superintendent, AshFrankfort. vnero ThSf year ahown will visit tho Ukraine, where there equal to that maintained by tho city will no doubt bo remembered, as the MAGISTRATES ALL Gov Black follows: His letter to land, and Rev. J. M. Lltterol, superin tho IX THE POOR HOUSE intendent, Covington and Lexington "There Is pending in tho Logan Cir- - nro 40,000,000 people and only about plants, nnd tho deliveries average city new spirit of nineteen and nineteen We It Is tho plan of nvo been.far above tho a prosecution for criminal 100,000 Baptists. cult court district; lay delegates, Alvis S. Benseems to throw so completely a shadpleased to note that we havo such libel In tho name and stvlo of tho the commission to lenrn how theso nro Tho Magistrates of the County, as nett, Louisville, and Silas Wesley, ow over the last sevoral years. a capable man at tho head of ono of Commonwonlth of Kentucky versus struggling Baptists can bo helped to In the Hartford High School ovory-on- o well as County Court Clork Blanken-shl- Bothel Ridge; alternates, Fred I. S. which Deputy, J. Tato, and County tho Logan county Pross Company, a carry on tho ovangellstlc work In that our local Institutions, and Hess, Louisville, and John Venn, Ludis a great deal more Interested corporation, A. M. Horndon, J. F. Lo- - Important section and then see tlint,snves our peoplo considerable money than heretofore. There nro nenrly A. D. Kirk, Sheriff Bratcher low. ithls nld is furnished trom tno pro- - ihioukuuui mo auuauu,- The Chris one hundred pupils enrolled can and Mrs. A. M. Herndon. and and a few others, spent a portion of T mnn Mll. Wpulrh Pmirfnr "Judgo John S. Rhoa Is tho chief ceods of tho campaign. per centt aro tho day Wednesday at the County "1,out TIFAXKS FItlEXDS. a th,es0 Mr. Bennett Is a former Hdrtford prosecuting witness, and refused to of t,v En nt nnv ,i Mr n iv Freshmen. On year a multitude ot tho Alms House thoWliilo not exactly This Is to express LICENSE try tho enso and caused that fact to.MAKIUAGE charges upon County, thero is no our appreciation KECEXTLY ISSUED Bennett, nnd Is another one of Ohio 01"d,?m,c l"t bo certified to you by tho clork of pupils aro taking extra work in view doubt j)f tho fact that a rather hard for the many kindnesses shown us. county's sons who is making good tho Logan Circuit Court, to tho ond of completing the .courso in threo Jolt was given Charlie Smith, the during tho brief illness, and death of Horbert Mattlngly, Fordsvllle, to His many friends hero will bo pleased years. Mint vim tnlfrhL under tho law des-- 1 keeper, becauso ho was host to tho our beloved daughtor and sister. . to noto his success. ignate another Judgo to try this case, Nettle Lanham. Fordsvllle. A branch of tho Junior Red Cross wholo outfit at dinner. R. F. STEVENS AND FAMILY. O. Stogner, Coutertown. to Ola which Is set down for trial on Oc- m Tho occasion was an expression-has been organized, in which tho en- LIVIA, IIOUTE 2. Echols, tobor C, 1919. Wo uro advised MY AUTO 'TIS OF THEE. . tiro High School wont ovor the top,' of Mr, Smith's gratitude for and in " Wallace McHenry, to Debblo thus far no Judgo has boon deslg-- l as Coun- Misses Carrie Mae and Nellie Wie- - evr- PuP'l bonE a member. Although colobration of his (Austin. Select. natcd to try this caso. ty Alms Commissioner for tho ensuing My auto, 'tis of thee, short road to to Lizzto glnton and Messrs. Cecil Rhonda and a brnnch ot tbe Junior Rod Cross was K'ot Ferguson.. Neaf us. i u hnttic talked on the streets1 poverty; of thee I chant. I blew a Kearnlo Ralph spent Saturday and organized in nineteen aim seventeen, term. Vnndiver, Neafus. In Russollvlllo, nnd folks ro offering pile of dough on you threo years ago, Sunday with friends and relatives, at 1no Interest, oven then, when sons nnd to bet, that no Judgo will bo sont to LOUISVILLE MARKETS. and now you refuse' to go, or won't brothers were suffering tor the help TO try the caso on tho 6th of October, CHURCH PEOPLE IX OWEXSBORO Island. Tho' little town of Buford, has a'wo m,B,,t seud thom d,d not 0(lual or can't. Through town and countryMEET nor until after tho November election tho 'nterest which Is shown Hogs declined shnrply, tops go off side, you woro my- - Joy and prldo a. now marshal, but it seems as though Is over. Tlltt School has also laid OUt tt 85 cents. Best heavies 165 pounds happy day. I loved thy gaudy hue, ., .. Thoso lu chnrgo ot tho Interchurch Iin wna nnt nn ilntv Wrlilnv iiliM .... w ,,j HHj what Of courso I do not know bal' court, and everyone at)Up, $15.25; 120 to 165 pounds, $14. - thy nice wbito tiros now', but now of North America, whon thoy had the plo suppor at World Movement theso propheclos nro based upon. I (present is grenuy interested in uasKci bo; pigs, 120 pounds down, $13; you're down and out in-- ovory way. for this section will meet In confer- brook school house. only know that they aro being mado. To thee, old rattlebox, came many E. S. Church, Owens- Ellis Stewart spent Thursday night lba11' wn'ch has proved to bo a novelty throwouts, $12.25 down, l.flu irln ir Htntn ti vmit fittmitlnii ence in tho M. x p-Sheep, lambs and calves sold on an bumps and' knocks; for thee I grove. ctober i3th-- i with Mr, Collar Stewart and family, as we" as a 8Prt. being the flrs.t In- f..n Badly thy top is torn; frayed ure the torest of this sort since tho old College unchanged basis." RIdgo. This conference is fur tho purposo nortunlty to disappoint theso prophets ot completing tho organization ot Da near rieosant Quotations Best sheep, $6; bucks, seats and worn; the whooping cough 0f.buruou m nineteen and twelve. Sev- Misses Winnie Doan Welsh. nnd to provo tholr prophecies falso. viess nnd adjoining countlos, prelim-- 1 Pleasant Rldco. Qeorela Pate Cllfflo oral teams havo been organized nnd a $4 down; best lambs, $13; seconds, (affects thy horn, I do believe. Thy Iporfumo swolla on tho broozo. while DEMANDS PUULIO VINDICATION jnry to tho survoy that ia to bo madu Dawson and Sarah Leo Hudson spent uumbor of the plnyers will no doubt $8 9; culls, 5 6. Best veals, $17.50018; medium. 'folks all choke and wlteoze, as wo mo to say further that tho'ot all Protestant organizations nnd Sunday with Misses Paulino and HI- - somo dlf' becomo champions as "ull "Permit ithlngs however great, havo small bo- - $$. 50 12; common $5.6088.50. (pass by. I paid for tuoo a price, defondnnt, Mrs. A. M. Horndon. Is n societies and tho advancement of tho'llan Rhoads. Cattlo Prima heavy steers, $12,00 Iriwouiu uuy a mansion iwico; now Mr. Marshal Rlggau is building an ginnings." elegant lady, and that sho has work and influouco thereof, most yelling "Ico." I wonder A Domestic Sclenco class has also 12.50; heavy shipping steers, Not I addition to Ida house. ueeu very grossly mlstrcntod. why? Thy motor has the grip, thy been organized for tho bonotlt ot tho GO&U.CO; medium steers, $9.50 s she boon Improperly charged HAS OLDEST MULE IN COUNTRY. only has womon ot tomorrow ( and also tho 10.00; light $8.50 9. CO; fat heifers. 'spark plug has tho pip, and woo H A RUSIXESS OPPORTUNITY. with crlmo, nnd put In Jail, but sno Richmond, Ind., Oct. 4. Tho oldmen ot that date) Tho class U in- - $7.50 11.50; fat cows, $7. GO 10.- -, thine I, too, have suffered chills, aunoyod with an nponymoua lins beon probably cut- - ague and kindred Ills, endeavoring to stato mulo clinnco the hours Into a good sort tho f letter of llttlovery vilest entitled to a est oldest In tho lu tho and States lugA business to getsmall capital, that and four,between school, ns ot threo GO; modlum cqws, $5.757.50; pay bills since thou wort mine. Oono United mulo tho with after there Is tors. ?5.250'G.75; canners, $5.00 'Thi woman la feeders la my bank roll uow; no moro 'twould on opportunl- - is owned by E. W. Thomas, termor. will pay from $3,000 to $5,000 ti no tlmo during school hours which G.25; bulla, $6,0007.50; upeedy public trial nnd ty to cstublUluher Innocence, which near horo. The animal la 42 years year, call for Mr. HAMPTON at thejwould not Intorfero with tho dally $8.0010.25; stockers, $7.009.60; jchoko a cow as onco boforo. Yet. It so had the New Commercial 115.00; Hotel, Hartford; routine of tuo other work. Sewing .h. u woll nrenared to do. Sho Is old. Th'o original owner, ou his Saturday and Sunday, October 11th 'only Is being taught at present, but choice milch cows, $95,00 common, ,1buy myselfmon, car help me John, I'd a Thomas and spend sotnu to'. medium, $C5,0095.00; .fmandlnK and Insisting upou thU death bed, requested more. Walt Mason. land 12th. 15tlp Instructions on cooking will begin ai $60.00 65.00. Political . cnnltnl. must not bo "I'enilon" tho superannuated boast, hi ., ,.. . w..- - Ior nil-da- ,,, nj rs ln-th- ls ...i, j A('er-Mldnlg- ht .,. - n. """ ,, l j ithe-uiornln- g Dex-teryll- le, j I ' I I e, Mld-dlebur- g, l '.... I . !....! ' n; onc-nlg- ht , I , .... .. m l.n ( p, "" ' " that."""' to-da- y. ;:i rr ;.;... t -. f y- fr WHWHWWH'MHHWWfVwWWMfWtWWtW FAIR'S o o JKSwBi PMHh EEHB wjiijff( 'fQ " r, : Our stock of Fall Merchandise is practically now in jour house. While on some merchandise the price is high-ein many instances our prices are on a level with last year. Scarcity of merchandise, caused by foreign buyers in our markets, shorter hours, and higher wages demanded by laborers, has made this season a very critical one, but we believe that we are in a condition to supply your fall needs as cheaply as any house in the country. We invite you to our SPECIAL FALL OPENING Beginning Saturday, October 11th AND CONTINUING TO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. This department is in charge of experienced trimmers, who are prepared to give you the very latest the market affords. Every day brings to our millinery parlors the new things. We invite you to give this department your presence, assuring you that we'll put forth every effort to please yoir in style, workmanship and price. The styles are charming and easily adjusted to suit those who are hard to please. Of 1. t If a Coat Suit or a Cloak is too expensive, we are abundantly prepared to care for your needs in an excellent tailored COAT SUITS. Never in the history of our coat suit business were we better prepared to care for your wants. Styles this season are well suited to any figure. They come in an array of good shades, such as Taupe, Brown, Navy, Blacks, Green, Burgandy, Etc. LADIES' WAISTS AND SKIRTS. t .V Skirt and Waist We can not go into detail concerning style and materials, as the line is so large and varied, BUT WE DO KNOW that we can please you. We would be pleased to demonstrate to you this fact by having you call and see our line. Prices ranging from - t LADIES' COATS. It is only a question of a few days when you are going to need a coat. These cool days remind us that winter is almost on us, and then we must have comfortable garments. Our line can not be surpassed, in quality, style, or mater-They come m lals. Short Coats.Long Coats, Dolmans, Etc. The fabrics are in mixtures va i r $20.00 to $40.00 Suit -- Size 36 to' 16. Our goods are neatly 0Tot -- tailored and are made to fit and suit the most careful buyer. J Skirts from $2.45 to $10.95 Waists from $1.00 to $10.00 -- LADIES' DRESSES. If interested in neatness, snap and style you must see this line. We can not express to you their real beauty and" worth here. Our Silk Dresses come in Taffettas and Messalines, and include all the new-fashades Browns, Navy, Taupe, Etc. Our price range from ll stWESS J v A. Blues, Burg a n d y, Browns, Blacks, Greys, Etc., in fact all the leading Fall Shades. Prices OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. range from S10 to S40 Est if - u I'SHAPE a "f I Also a splendid line of Misses', Children's and Infants' Coats. "".a-- n 0r j FALL PIECE GOODS. Our line of Woolens, Silks and Fall Wash Fabrics are here in abundance. The weaves are the best the manufacturer produces, and the patterns are most charming. Taffettas, Messalines, Channeuse and Moire are all good in SilksN Prevailing fall shades are Green, Brown, Belgian Blue, Taupe and Navy. Our line of Woolens include both French and storm Serges Tricotines, Whip Corns, Poplins and Santoy, Etc., prices range according to widths and qualities. Ml 'If iat $15.00 to $35.00 In wool dresses we can give you elegant styles in Serges, Tricotine, and Navy. Also Misses Meddy Suits from 16 to 20 years, in all wool Serge, blue on- J 1 ly at $12.50 SI Suit la-dies- ,m Complete line of Wash Dresses for misses and Buttons, Braids, Etc., to match. Ginghams and Per-cal- s. See the line. Big advances in price of shoes have been made, but fortunate for us we placed large orders for fall before the advance came on, hence we are in a position to save you some money. We must of necessity have shoes for winter. Whether you buy or not, we want you to call and see our shoes, examine the quality, etc., and you will be better prepared to make your purchase. No possible chance for them to be cheaper, but a probability for them to go higher. ! FAIR $s 6 COMPANY, . Hartford, Ky. 45 I SOLDIER INSURANCE ' r PLANS MADE PLAIN J readied to n largo extent through banks which have volunteered to servo nn clearing houses for Information on Wnr Hlsk nn tlio fnrm will bo RICH FARM LAND ON ALASKA RIVER Men "" P J Thcro nro six iicrmnncnl forms of government liiRurnnco, ns follows: May Reduce To $1000, u ismiowmont; (2.) 30- jYonr Endowment; (3.) 20 Payment And Multiples of Llfo; (4.) Life; (!.) Jhi- eenn 1,"" dowment at Ago 62; (C.) Ordinary A 2o-Yc- nr "f U. S. Puts $17,000,000 In R. R. Through Mountain Region. 4 EItMR 2 .1 i.ll Applications nro being received by Hi i .91 "Washington, Oct. 4. Congress has ho Ilurcau of Wnr Klsk Insurance for Tho forms uf the country contribuJust been asked for $17,000,000 to t ted about of the mnn pow- changing tho present term Insurance, complcto tho government-buil- t, en- of er of tho forces of tlio United States which- wns Issued at tho tlmo ........... government-operate- d .....1...- .1... nui ..!... I...,. It.n .......iiiuiiuui. it'ijiiK uiu viuu, 111111 iiiu iui cnunucd In tho Wnr. lallroad in Alaska. forms It Is estimated that 1.200,000-mcIf the amount allowed, within two Ten features which prominently Who served In the army tho navy and government policy and n half or three years this modern , t t" tlio ninrlno corjw were bom and renr-railroad will bo running from Seward, 8 louows: eil nn American farms. i" l" 1. The total permanent disability A total of t.r.39.048 men took out T ,. -- m ' Hlsk Insurance, their aggrcgnto .clahso Is granted without cost to thei""War Is free from alt rcstrlc through tho richest agricultural and policies totalling nearly $40,000,000,- - Inauicd and It mining country In North Amerlca1 Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great 000, and each policy averaging $8.- - llonu. "" '""" ,B """ ""oul "-- " Insurance-doc- s 2. not because their refreshing flavor and fragrance Government 7o0. Of this total Insurance, service lrl" ni'O running irom chargo Its policy holders any ver-- . om"ulu-""- " and mellowness is so enticingly different. You men from tho farming districts enr- sownra j Tnlkoctlin, n distance of .,.,.. 1... ,.,i,. i .1 ion niiA nnn 'head expenses.. Bite is elimi.i.i never tasted such a cigarette It contain, an extremely llbo;., ..I.mu Mfclilltaj. This is tho south- and by far the greater percentage or nated and there is a cheerful absence of any e v" ",u ",,u " "u sab ty. Mils lnsurnnco was mnde payabla to dor ni on of ,',t,jiitniti ,.i. ' end the lino Is completed and running 11 4 or any uneipq , unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e wives, mothers, fathers and other from Fairbanks south to tho Nenann 18 cents a package lneiits. cigaretty odorl on farms. who rcsldo pleasant C, 11 oontnliia ho ago restrictions. coal fields. The nvorago' age of men who ell lTH-MlGnp Still Unbuilt, (1, It Is unrestricted as to travel, In action, died of wounds or from Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Camrs r voM everywhere 'In lletwccn theso two llne.3 there Is a pcientffieelly seated packages of 20 other causes during tho war, was 23 residence or occupation. Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are gap of aboAll 178 miles, c7irrfet; or fen packages 200 7. PromluniH paid In advance nro 'mountainous cigarettes) in a jtlastincpper urs, and because of their youth, by u, man smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-bocountry ror raii-o- f covered carton. We ttrongly ree far tho Krmtcr percentage wcro un- rofunded down to tho month, In case Toai building on the whole line, on otnmend this carton for the home and certainly hand out satisfaction in death or ofHcm aupply or when you trm veh married moii. Which explains why wh,ch no wnrk has becn ,lono exce,)t Ip ' generous measure. You will prefer this Camel 8. Tho policy 47 ppr cent of the policies taken out nwny the trees. It is to Un9. Unusually liberal cash, loan, ''learlng Viairt:d mothers ns beneficiaries, 16 blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! rK on this gap that ,h cent named fathers and only 7 per paid up Insurance and extended term'8" " '8 for U7.000.000. ?rc8S valuta are Included. Vent named wive. Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then ' Of the total projected lino of 550 10. It participates In dividend. In tho orlRinAl Wnr Wak Act pro compare.them with any cigarette in 'miles, ?2 miles havo been completed. vision was made for (he policies wrlt- - !. if ttu nMlnv bolder Is vnuhlo . i0 Tim nrliflnnl n mtrrmtnilnn frti H10 ... n- - e .v . " thf wnrlrl nf anv nrice for Quality hisk ten on Bcrvr.- men during tho war to keep tho PM1 amount or tno ',;-.- -. .. an a-- ":'.-- . & H. jmm A. sum work was ik h. h0 carried wntie t, tlio aororn-'n8urannavor, satisiaction. ivo be cantlnued as permanent ,.,.. .,r ,, $31,000.000 has been MsWl, and the ., .x. .,..... I nrvlr ....... rr n mnv rnlnRtntO carry the . from ?1,000 up to jio.one in muui- - 'rnin ning $5,000,000 will of tho opportunity to convert the r 1 V Camels ,200 men now employed on tho line will iWnr Wkk InstiraftCo Into pcTmnncnt jl'los ou $00. KdiuciiOTia ma) lie 'until the end of the fiscal year...Then lw 'n.r.i, in niuitipica ftf H.k 10 any t&ste! .. iunlted States Governniunt Insurance ..--. "at mrt le.K Than $1.00. ft Is necessary that the me, d.scharg- R. J. REYNOLDS TQSACCO CO. pay their Prdmlunw are duo tn uie r.rst or .no 'cAHttm servlco contlriuo ,.v.(,., hnoltlhlv nrewlums. and t somo time lonth. although p.y."ents mar te Winston-SaleN. C. 'else. during tho tlvo years following th .ihudo during Jho'citluidar month. Is flnish- j Hut when tho Alaska road J aWf JL tfimml ilOrlirntlflll nf a - Itfnrn tlinl thnl ' .v. ...... . . . liUi 11IAUU1IL ....i, ..v I. 1i'1.n.- ......- .. - .. . iiniiv m .. - Ivimmi ml t U "rlll nnv hnr In lTnnln Rnm p.v- i Tl,..i'v i, . . K:ina -. . '" lll-il IIUIIUJ TUIIUtl cry ceni ll nas cosi iiunn laica ami YhIkSI.i.hi From Oio record It appears tiift thoy height rate, for tho rwl may never Itrttilt nluttfit I W.in ff.flR. rw.t until f'Mi j Hats arcon nimt farms. " J WII J HH j ii i v litiA n wiCwf If " mini. win neip me 191S ttie consumption of lumber for 'pM , , . 1IU .. UU Mfi U.. UUti ...i.'V !..i i.t.o., iunu MIIVU .i :w "LI. 'J O " lnl,l YliBihftiiKo look TJt. Hats American people u.. ueep TAX-PAYER- SI them U not unboat instruction by the Emergency War nro continuing to keep p their, kill lnfTts-Jbltl- ng a m . ve oUSly resources bottles attract rat,, limitless This.!, largely flno to tho usual. Sunlns Fleet Corporation ras nearly eight insurance. which lu.s huntjred of llATKAP and rich country, the surface of millloa feet. .otolar Mr fail tent the fen wcro to I or one of my deputies will be at the I6Ylpwi6g-place- s even been sm.tched. Of tho army conramptfois airplane wlth'the provisions of tho Act. or that .throw Jt around. It will surely rid . , , , " nd mice. Threo sizes, construction took about 1S1.000.000 collect your taxes: they havo mrt .Telt flnancUlry;... Ule to UtJ"" Tjiin J , Momorlen of.. the Klondike, days sm, more than . at Mn -, I -. -- halt of which was, Fordsville, tarry uii'ir iimiriini:tj ui ixtn inn;. ;, , f froz' SoW ,.i.lit,nnrnnii.wi,v J. To cuarJ arrnlnst nnr aniin toslmr t. f"nR-'- ,a nhon 'Clil of iWasKa, nave In tbe most- j "ce- i Cnt.,Jn., wnm-- s . .;. aiui-iixiiic.,. . .uaiuiuay rum a. ,... . i)ruC llros.. i... 'bkir-- yVGiim iu.. Uh -chief loMplr tho lda thut gold Is Friday, October 10, P.. M. ,J j ;, , cause of tJili. condition Itoc f:retitry '.stwr. wumuis a. ubkc, linl Walker There ,1s more Catarrh vln this section Beda, and 'of .iio territory diseases Trtundiry recently JsmtiO n i;'snow ami iw TnnLisnx jiijiii true of the country than all 'other was sup- - Rosine, of tho , .: Saturday,- - October 18 ; put together, aatfl for yrars It I ,. . . .. h... (Arnold, Tuesday, October 14 . AMimwi-- Kirc. I I8Hito.tba fact that tho jold Oolds! u. v .... .. ,.... "" ,ot Jtlaiika ro atill giving Xorth thrir iu cure vja jflaui .ireuunein, pronounced Monday, October 13 incurable. Catarrh is a local disease. oGItit-t- , TItm, tio some of thi iininteutrftLtl nilIon..JtFHcuHuro is thr prlncirail greaur mnoioxiea 'by .constitutional conho hai allowed it to Iftpso (localise of , Cromwell, . , Wednesday, October 15 'OM1,,latlon of tho terrlteuy, and ftts ditions and slierdfore requires constituhac loutliUheir wyaio of prouJtaiimj tional treatment. ar" Iar ncner xmm ,ls F"ul cine, nanulnctured 'Hairsr. Catarrh Medi- Prentiss, Monday,- - October 20 by r J. Cheney & Thl..r(in8tutcu)eitt jirlvilcgo slioulil VTir iamp commuultyfM'nlco wafl In .niincs. Co.. Toledo, Ohio, la a constitutional WEiuhlivjton iiurini;.tn last year K long as a bo clcirtty undersOotil. Saturday, October 25 internally .t lne .MaianusKa vnuiy- - aione, ,ic- - remedy. U taksn the Mucous and acts TayJor Mines, Yaliy ' I havo a thru the Hkmd nn payiirg SlIh prf niiuins lie Surfaces mnn n System. 'One Hundred Dollars reMcHenry, . . .j nm "Saturday, October 25 of the j waiw-iiBu.rii.K ward is otfered Is not IjiHtircil. XIU inutistatenicail nnilMiv ismy unlyiiUTiiort." for any case that Hall's ".'.My boy has bocnit France, ilkiito F"1""18"""8 ugures, juwuucuu uusi Monday, 'October 13 Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for Horse, Branch, privilnje merely "rIwh 'htii tho rlelvi COO tons of potatrcs. 200 Sons circulars and testimonials. to ayivlQ have Govtrunitfia. IiiHurancuHie ma llablo to l,e' Juried InJ. mujyoar F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Narrows, Wednesday, 'October 15 iK'turtH8 and Mtatosas, and many Sold by Druggists, 73c. " minute:" wlthow unilcreiilitj: illFlcal oMBri-rMnil- tJ Sulphur Springs, Monday, October 27 "W. hnvo anotherwar habyaa 'imr j""ro tons of cabbage. Yoets, CMrots, Hall's Family Pills for constipation. nation, nnd upon tbu iui'vjiieiit of 1M lettuco. rhoinrl in faot, lionm How madb laoro do I Rifl?" Olaton, Tuesday, October 1& i..f.ntia nri.mlni.ii. v . ,..ir......i.i my allotment .n tho ordinary vogetnliles thnt are .... -.- I-., i... viltmso IipId me-cWysox, Tuesday, October 28 . .. . knnn.t.(t ,iv- - wrowjiloii Michigan or in Ohio. And i i,.... ,. itnin v,r.i.i ,. .Wednesday, October 29 Kockport, .In en were scarce. To bring more lonwHiv" tactwlth formw i:rvic. mien through jcr)""1'. Beaver Dam, Friday, October 31 m ujhici aim Bvo ".Tliey took mrnnnm away la lght " wlihili thoy iuio' le Ilnfotmed of Ihiiir . .Saturday, November 1 Simmons, .r" ouUet for thelr lduco a.o was the 'best fighter I over'"10 iind rights to pcnsiinejit Omornmcnt Now yon wlUMhavo to hrtp uue ilHttlHiitovernmont's aim In Tgoms Into , Saturday, November 1 Bender, and In tiiix ouaipnlgn kuve had OFM W X ft ne rainoau duiiuius wwneah. u don't, who Jn li 1 llir" , been enlisted Ked Crt.SH.Mf 5, A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. , r A' as for picturetcaenesB there ,Mi havo a wife ailti four chJIdron 1 tho A . M. C. A., al.e KnJilts of Col I ' " more bwrtlfnl artp In ail8taiiaUlBotmon,rllowT" ; bus. tho SalmtoK lrinr. tho V. u .. . n, ,,! ......ipkoiJ "My boy was In clmrgo of a iilt- - .Amcucn than a ride along tWs rall- "Ullul Mciwmiy, mo aiiKiiui j r,'" 11 & . other National wciul wtEfnro organ! iitoon. Will I get HMireuoouoy?" !? t V .IW 11 Tlcoso send me umi,1e'a form." ,leiilcmii tho continent Is onty n few zalU.ns. In iuMlJIon imwro than iV way. 'Tleaso help me ito find out .tt milles 000 llfo Inauriuice Jigenbs huvo been i tllMed. The rolnirteer roll further John put In his nnplfciititn for a Wire' "Tho road has been built entirely MM becrMJ ,cr mj to Ihoindv ..fl Umnkors. .lae. 'nub Child." h' & out trttr Jntorlor Lano. "Every dollar and I "I nn writing this tors lawyers, maaufacmren, f not receive my Moment raexv- - amnUufl'has gone into actual ork or business men anil represent-Ull- d liven of all associations vhlch come ,vy V. In csjitiMH with dlRClntrtod sorvlco Hiiml)crIaln'.s Cough Itemed). 'Vn.nnd their tlvpratlmitft. & This remedy Is Intended especially IB aKi S A mmV m mm The former servlco minu who lives i t run rLt IUrlt.S .for coughs, colds, croup, and whoop6 linKttBh.-Krou small'beglntilns Its p5 I J "1" v ? MSh!What would happen o tuso-nu- s eaie una to me if. I were your kid? cxienuea to an parts fj ' &.i Well, if you're not acquainted 4H DU. n fire engine over stoj nt your of tho Vniled States nnd to many forI with Calumet Bakings you houiie.? It Is probablo trujlf juo will eign countries. This alono is enongh o I don't know what a good ex- - JB o never stop there, yet you jirotect it to ronvhicoiono that lt'is a nioitlclno cuse 1 haue. Can't Help by fire Insurance. You know that a of more lluuiiordlnary merit. Give Helping Myvelf they're bo IK Zq (good I .Good or mc too, be- hearse will stop thcro sowt day. It a trial ntl you will find thisito lie cause Calumet Bakings are i WhatUpttHo answer? ra the case. wholesomejuidasiIy dicested. e? U Rhysieinns are emptoy-frtg- in ha WM Is carried by BANK OF use Milhens of mothers 4$ & An Ajfituviiblo Surprise. most effective uid ' CK.MKTKIIV OOZKS Oi "About thrtwyears ago when I was Bffiisfpctory remedial HARTFORD. If you do agent in Trustees of a church nonr Ilanuer, suffering from a severe cold on my BAKJN6 POWDER Tex., have granted the yrlvllcgo of a lungs and cougluul most of tho time business with us your o becauieofkspurity because & fa drilling jsto In the, church cemete.ir'. night and day, 1 tried a bottlo of rcauus nnu l mm mo hi uiiwannnnsoi M Tho graves, however, will not bo dis- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and MM economical is cost jwduse." H Calummt fntatm only tueh MM Vt esls are protected. Ohio M 'TheVgUrway f9 Hetlifi" turbed: welts will. 'be driven on n was surprised at tho promptness with mm Ingrndltmtm p ha bnn ap. IB m mk thm v. s, A'hleh It gave me relief," writes Mrs. mrnfd offitiaU i Tl)c American Medicinal Minlot on which ihero aro no graves and County's oldest financial Fad AatkotUUa. eral .bottled at the whoro tho church now sUodn. It Is Aines Drown, Clark Mills, N, V. Many mW fail mmtm lifcii notrkuv IL m so vpripg .MIiOMt .any condenKmi mhi tumtn H. zl A now nito will be &uud for another has been surprised and pleas Htntod. sing pr tifying whatever. tb churqh. orl gra,vu In tho ed vWlth tho prompt relief afforded m 4JQfoses$1.00 cowuuery a,ro without .headstouh. Tho ny tjus remedy, m t BWdifV from the ojl Joaso will be used DOM.; 'Ilesboonful ia UNCI: HAM'H CONSUMl'TtO.S in buying stones and monuments. QI(uiavof Water tV LUMUKIl DURIXG WAlt Precrifepil also by phya (bo client feey pu fire uu4 When sician i ffinr .constipation, AVashlngtu, Oct., 4. A total 0 indiKeftWAi, .rheumatic tho throat burns, yoi'iivo IndlKen- ot nearly six and a half o aiTecticuiB. iiardenintr of tion, and you need Hoiblnc to Kt rid Ik of Mmber by tho govern .the prerjej juJ kin af-- of tho dlsogreeoblo feeling, it drives bl,Uo" ft Ai.t;jjcy pacK out badly digested food, streDthens nieut during tho war Is shown in ra- J Itcctions. clin,"ert R'C- - ,lryant. & un !rcc(jnuou by tho stomach and purifies the bowels, i""1 XlkVmXmmWlmVk - pbyticiMM at at oxuiulnor of the United Industrial ikfgnrt. Prlco 60e. Sold by OJiio County liriig , States Foruat Service, Of this amount four boUf on Company. in i HARTFORD, KY. fcquot. of lumber purchased directly by tno o The DtvonJiB various government departments, the Miatral Sptlog Co, to army consumption was nearly five (Incorporated) Q WllSHCt to i Owttuboio, Ky, FOR FLETCHER'S and a half billion feet; tho navy moro than 120,009,000 feet, and during 1 --ono-four- th 'Llfo. c -- i n t'l I "" "". ..... "" they Win You On Quality! 1 ''" rei-ntlv- cs lc j ""tn dy nA-taxaui- Pt "" ,.... - ... "::;:.: '7 j- i (BHlMfMVflKi n - ... -... ... MM-1 .. .. '"" Z ZZl matter how liberally you smoke they not tire your -- ,, .- - aarr uj 1 rrin-n-r:no, Oe "-- i"("-- NOTICE TO .... ... ' r-- ..Satiii-day.'Octbb'eM- i.,..ii s ..,...,. tr ""'"- - .sfii:ils' ... Ii!in rul-ljn)l- o. lrluat ...... jld .s ...... .- niuJi utiuuci'ij. fo0carrS4TSynrnr.rS .,.;... non-pjiU':- iaii!iat -- : ...,. ,. nt )i" Fl'l nr 5,;i. '( ij f v h.'W tftftAA4!A4AAAftAAAAAftil?i .!...!. xu-fl- ex-ot- Oliildren Cry JQ f The II I wmwm High Blood For- t H H Burglar Insurance - II fl Pressure S II H R i wALumti n i I H S H vVr mltGSmW93sam ju Kf o. , "u '' r& BANK OP HARTFORD Children Ory CA5T.ORJA siFVVVWVVVV9WfVVWV ,"W 'nn'iiiimimi)m' i ).ijwWijiJW"!Tr r nf 4fin nnmnnrnf lf frnrtl Co.nmittec, nn.i the other Rhea, thq ono whom the Hartford Herald wanted to deliver nnothor soul reach- Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY ing sermon on something or somc- HARTFORD body. There must be somo very Incorporntcd . JmiPAr untitles bclnc nlnrad In Logan County nnd elsewhere, politics of a AV. S. T1NSLEV, Editor 'bad odor If you please, and what's Mnnngcr. nnd Uinlncn more, It looks to an outsider ns 'though Governor Black might bo In .i .. V'maU on It. Head the article, both In nnd ?.D"l"d Tostofflco, Hartford, Ky., between the lines. matter of the second class. (The Hartford Republican IV . . 'iL.i.Htm. or-justic- e SAKE" ox THE IKISH QUESTION . i mximm-wt- im ct i M1 In tho Hartford Herald of Wednesday, September 17, 1919, there ap.. . I oV.V3 . r .VJ,7,. j HCWWAWIX ' peared an editorial, (supposedly) written by Editor Creep, on "The Irish Question." Sir. Grcep seemto bo living under tho Impression that all must agree nnd approve of his narrow lde.i of "Tho Irish Question" unless he bo "swnyed by tho light of sentiment as of having Irish blood flowing In his to It's a sad spectacle, that little "pllo' veins." Now, hs ono who has not Address nil communications tho old folks labored, saved and slav- tho honor of oven a rcmoto claim of The Hartford ncpubllcan. ed for during all tho years, to putby Irish nnccstry nnd swnyed not by "10 ' "sl """ "mero sentiment" but, by tho senso NOTICE TO SUIISCRIBERS. what was thought all sutn- - of Justices nnd good feeling to every Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to n new address must glvo tho old dent to tide thorn over to tho end, Is, nation and to every Individual, I wish in many caBes gone, Economizo ns to say that It appears that Mr. Grcep ddresa In making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c bcst they coul(1, tnoy nnvo watched ltis absolutely misinformed on Ireland P 1" M1,c, boum,S " tho Irish. "First of all," he says. .MnscrUon? I8"11 fro,n thera hy Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards jdurlng the last four yeais. What Is'u,,, irjs i,nvo never shown an nhlli- n COvnrn themselves thnt wns snf. of Thanks, Be por lino, monoy in ad to uocomo of the old foltts WHO nccu-,.- .. ranee. initiated little by little through all of indent to build an independant cmn-theChurch Notices for services froo, lives, 'preparing for tho day of m0nwealth upon. In tho days prc- but other advertisements, Be per lino. o:u ago ana (usaunuy; as me sioopeu CC(unB tho Union with Great Brltnln Anonymous communications will ... and wrinkled, horny handed sons and l.1. 1... mu . recelvo no ntlontlon uiuy nt'iu iiibi 41.. iuui ui one nadaughters of toll pass through tho tion, then another. Thoy nlwnys months nnd years of their unproduc- obeyed implicitly tho inundates of TELEPHOXE9. ' all to crowd as of tiveness tho heartless profiteers con- Rome and nlwnys hnted with nn un123 Cumberland CO possible to one side pays. in work tinue to tako from them the equal of forgiving hatred everything Engllih." Farmers Mutual three years of sustenance for one. Tho It is truo that Ireland hns been suffers less depreciation soft ground, or on plight of many, who of a necessity, persecuted, struggled with nation afOCTOIJER 10 KIUIMY be overcome. hillsides, have ceased to be bread winners, must ter nation and still continues to light surely be sorrowful in, or before tho tho Iron Clad Hand of selfish Engkeeps on returnidle. thorlever end. land, but In spite of tho slaughter ot profit on ough pulverizing possible. heroic people they have retained grit Our experience does not cover a enough to Insist upon their rights to Besides you or lower it very extended range of 'newspaper life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. plow, in before ends of of the jianagementrbut In the short space of Mr. Greep claims that Ireland has. practically four years, we have foun 1 never shown an ability to gocrn ' after you plow. all front section to well-preparthat the honest merchant and dealer, nerseii. lias ireianu ever nad a ed bed discs hether It be the humble Junk dealer. chance to build up n government of pays of harrow. the groceryman, the man behind tho her own? Has sho over had a chancu drygoods counter, or the small Indi- to develop her Industries? cultivate store Come let vidual, who has a pig, cow, horse, her lands? Open her harbors etc? you or maybe a farm for sale Is willing to In other lands her sons, free from we would advertise, and what Is more, he Is English rule and English oppression, a sure you, like to double perfectly willing to pay for it. But have helped to lay thefoundatIon to profit standbehind there is another class, the class of nations. Go back to American Hlsto-- " frames, twice cooperative stock breeders ry in tho population of the colonics REPUBLICAN TICKET. single frame, and fancy seed corn, wheat and other In the ISth century and there rub up adjustpole all steel sorts of seed" growers and vendors, your rusty knowledge ot who helped For Governor who are forever and eternally trying to lay the foundation of our glorltn strong, able draft, flexible harBe steel EDWIN P. MORROW. o get free advertising out of the press Republic. You will find that Ireland Lieutenant Governor a to row. lever these under the guise that they have some- played a great part in tho fight for S. THRUSTON BALLARD. so for features. thing to offer the other fellow, the freedom and helped to make the gov Secretary of State one whom they consider to be behind ernment that America Is ruled by to FRED A. VAUGHT. the times in stock raising and In agri- day. The first man killed In the Bos Attorney General culture generally. To be sure, we ton massacre was Patrick Carr, a full CHAS. I. DAWSON. are at all times anxious that our b ooded Irishman. Among those who farmers get the best of everything assisted in pitching tea Into the BosAuditor Pub. Acct's going. We are likewise anxious that ton harbor were Thompson and Hugh JOHN J. CRAIG. Beaver Dam, Ky. all of our readers and friends get the Maxwell, both Irishmen. New Castle Supt. Pub. Instruction BOTH PHONES. best groceries, the best in shoes, and the first fort taken in the RevoGEO. M. COLVIN. clothing, plows and every thing"! hey lution was by the two hoUest headed Clerk Court Appeals desire, even If It be fertilizer, or what Irishmen ever born, Majors' John Sul ROY B. SPECK. not. Wo also desire that all of our livan and John Langdon. Following Camniissioner of Agriculture patrons who figure in the advertising these two mens' historyyou will find W. C. HANNA. columns of our paper succeed in get that both were elected to Congress Treasurer ting good and honest returns for their Later Sullivan was appointed BrigaJAMES WALLACE. every effort in business. In fact we dier General and commanded the Catholic and selected the Pope's toe- - plunder brought a foreign power to of Mr. Frank Wallace Sunday. Mr. A. E. Sandefur closed his slng-wordesire that all do well. But to get Northern Division of the Continental worshipper, De Valera;" now It Is her green fields 700 years ago, Is be- State Senator to the point, we can't exactly figure Army. He became Attorney General GEORGE BAKER. wide known that De Valera, Ing tortured and ground under the Ing school at this place Sunday, out how a bunch of fellows In Ten and Governor of Mass. Again tho (that Is outside Mr. Creep's world heel of England. Every day wo hear Tho farmers aro very busy trying Representative nessee or Lexington, Ky., who.0- hob- valiant John Stark led tljo Now Is a full blooded Irishman, born and of noble hearted men and .oven wo- - to snvo their tobacco from tho frost. ISAAC S. MASON. by happens to be the production and Hampshire men at Bunker Hill and rpued In Ireland and from all np- - men being hauled off to suffer tho Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Tnylor nnd chilRale of some nartlcular breed of cat- - was tho most famous man in New pearances Is not ashamed of tho fact, horrors of prison for tho most trivial dren visited her sister, Mrs. Roy SteThe best waytto "bust up" a plo.t in tlo at fancy pHces ,mve the gall l0 England. General Knox was Wash- As far as worshiping the Pope's toes, offenses nnd meanwhllo "free, intcl-- lt wart, at McIIenry, from Saturday unthe hatching, is for the other fellows agk a country neWBpaper to do their ington's most Is not known thnt De Valera or any llgent England" sits at tho Peace til Sunday. trusted adviser, Joseph to set on It just about pipping time. ailvertlslng free ot nII charge jllst'to Reed was his private secretary and other Catholic worships human be- - Conference demanding liberty for all Mrs. Everett Sandefur and lltllo people oven the colored races. This daughter, Joy, were guests at Mr. help the poor, backward farmers of Colonel Fitzgerald was his favorite Ings much less their toes. In another column we print an ar-- 1 0h,0 and adJolnlng col,ntles. The Mr. Greep goes on to say "Ireland can bo nothing but hypocrisy, nnd Luclnn Sandcfur's last week. de camp. tide on the "Irish Question" over the 'fne seea.wheat and cor grower of aide Commodore Tho most famous of Is to England what Mexico Is to us, there will como a time when tho Mr. Ezrn Crowder left "for Hull, all, John Barry, "The signature of "For Justice Sake." The t(m does tne 8amQ th,ngi nm, umMy papist-rule- d band of 'God will smite tho hand that Texas, Monday. Father of the American Navy," he an Ignorant fantical, article Is well written, denotes belf.Bnme( fancy producers sell was straight from Wexford and his peasant nation of the border lino of crushes and persecutes His chosen Mrs. John Jamlgan, of Horton, was . . Biderable study and thorough knowl- -' fnil. statue erected, at Independence Hall a free. Intelligent Protestant Power", ones. The handwriting is on tho wall, hurried at Mt., Ion, Mondny. slllff fnp twn ,,, edge of the whole question, The ar- tlmes it's real worth. Yet they want ami yet England and Ireland s calum- Mrs. E. Crowder visited Mrs. Tom reminds America that her debt to What a comparison! tlcle Is well worth reading. tho advertising done for nothing. Ireland has not been paid. And Crowder at Mount Pleasant Monday. ""' Ireland has not ono twentieth """" Thnlr fnvnrerl ninthnil 1r tn cut Mielr FOR JUSTICE SAKE. we have not forogtten the fam- the crimes on her head that Thousands upon thousands of chll- - ads worked through gomo governmont smely NOTICE. Mexico has, au.d as to Mexico be without ifam departiient and the County ous Irish Brigade of Pennsylvania. dren In Kentucky are y HALO KNOB. Will keep fresh pork and beef In Pages would not hold the records ing "papist-ruled- " It is absurd, for school books, when tho fault Is cold storage. Will soil to dealers only. A News,)aper.8 stock-in-tratlrely with tho present democratic te ,t.g Hmte1 advertsIng spacp and of the deeds of that noble race in if we go to the heart of Mexico Mr. nnd Mrs. Era Crowder nnd ELLIS ICE CO 'papist' this .country, and were we to go to a vo will find that tho .,, f administration. No wonder you want . ,t , little son, Ezra Kinncth, wero guests thnt , th Hartford, Ky. foreign clime volumes would not be aro tho ones that havo been outragto make A. T. Hert or somebody, or cattl(C cornf wfcent am, other gort8 o sufficient. And yet the Irish aro not ed In a most deplorable manner. The something else, the Issue. We don t ,nrnAPBra ,t ,.,. n ,. ,,no T,, made of a character that will "build Cntfliollc priests are hunted and killed blame you. newspapers have given away thous- an Independent commonwealth." like dogs. Monks and Nuns turned ands of dollars worth of space during After all Ireland Is asking for lib- out of the Convent Walls to be subDemocrats in Kentucky, es The the last fow years and while It has erty only, and surely Mr. Greep does jected to 'every imaginable Insult. pecially Tom Rhea and a few others ,)ecn the lneans pIaclng somo not object to thnt, for ns wo all re- Their Churches and Cathedrals aro would make Hon. A. T. Hert the Issue 'goofl caM, ,n &c , member this patriotic gentleman was deserted and turned into stables for ,mproved Did in the present campaign. ru3 country k hns ai80 been the means ready to sacrifice all, don tho khaki horses. Yet Mexico Is ruled by 'patvur uuium u iiuiuuiui ius iui suuio of-- dollars and sail across tho sea In defennp of pist'. placing a lot Tho word "paplsa" along with .. t.l.. fuflH,ln .....l.t.a ,1. l.lm ,ln. UI ilia llieuua uiiuvi mu liiua iiiai. Into tho pockets of the fancy growers paplsh, Romish and Romanism aro who sometimes and producers, for which thoy ought liberty, Justice nnd freedom for be had relatives vulgar and offensive terms formerly Nations. serve on Juries? Ask Black, tho can- to have paid a legitimate fee. And Ireland hates England! Isn't applied to Catholics by their Protestdidate for governor, on your own THE'UNIVERSAL CAR that queer. Can It bo that Ireland ant persecutors. It Is said that "paticket. NOTICE STOCK LAW ELECTION. hates Mr. Creep's "freo Intelligent pist" was first used by Martin Luth-u- r, Doesn't n the others had their disgraceful The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting Commonwealth of Kentucky: Ohio Protestant England?" That Ballard & Ballard County Court: Regular Oclobor burnt child dread and hate fire? In origin t in England. No educnted and lighting system, has a big, broad scatdeeply to somo other point way Ireland hates Englnnd, speaker or writer of our day use such Hon ftno lerm, October Gth, 1919 upholstered. Sljding plate glass windows so that than In Kentucky, Is' full of shorts for she has suffered tho most horrible, outcasts. They are fqrbldden aliko Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. and middlings, mixed with a good the breeze can sweep right through the open Edby good senso and eleganco ot style. outrages from England under sprinkling of, just bran. Ballard's car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes' a ward III, Henry VIII and tho Infam- Things and persons'should be called nwn utntmiinnt tChnu'Afl Mint tifa firm John Boone, et a., closed car, snug, rain-proous Elizabeth and Cromwell. Her by their names. and dust-proo- f. Ha3 Ys; Judgment, Orders &c, Bold flour cheaper to dealers In Lou- No sooner was war declared than towns wero laid vnste, her peopU Ford economies in operation and mainalfthc lslana, and we'll grant, other states Stock Law Election, in North Rock sold as slaves and mry method avail thousands of Ireland's brave sons, for port Voting Precinct, No. 8 too, when selling' by tho carload-'fo- r tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfacpursuance with tho judgment, able was mado use of to stamp out getting tho cruel treatment of ths In cash, than by the small to, even Louistorily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims religion, but all ilia prosecution Mother Country, phouldqred arms to vlllo dealers on 'time. What's wrong nnd orders entered of record In tho her with tires all around. For the doctor could fight for the unfurled banner, on with that sort of business. Wouldn't above styled action, notice is hereby of an Elizabeth and a Cromwell and travelling salesman it is the ideal carT ot which was Inscribed Liberty, Justlco ou sell a firm ono thousand Inches 'given that a poll will be opened In not mako the faithful followers It is only too truo North Rockport Voting Precinct on St. Patrick move ono Inch towards re- and Freedom. of advertising space for cash might that many nevor returned and wo E. I. 1IARNES & IlltO. cheaper per Inch than you would sell Tuesday, November 4th, A. D. 1919, nouncing their creod. England sleeping under, 2 Inches on a running account? It's to tako tho senso of the legally quall-slmp- Imprison, burn, hang" or torturo them shall not find them Ucntcr Dam, Ky. In a tltousand ways, but still Ireland the lilies ot France or the Roso ot ( a plain .matter qt business fled voters of said precinct on the you In favor of was truo to her faith and yet some England, but out there In tho silent and practice, engaged in by tho Rowing question "Aro dlfJlkoa Flanders, where only tho blood-re- d follower of every good business or making ft unlawful for cattle or any pooplo wonder why poppies nod nnd whisper tho story species thereof to run ut largo on tho England. .profession. As far as tho Irish aiding Spain In of No Man's Land to tho gontlo, public highways or unlnclosed lands CUHOAUC We would call spcclaj attention to of North Rockport Voting Precinct," 1588,4that is, as a Nation. Histories breezes. Now tho war is over nnd the article In tlid first column on tho as prayed for In said petition herein f y nothing of It. Perhaps then some victory rests on tho banner ot tho ( individuals, as in our present wnr, allies, tho horoic deeds ot Ireland's first page hereof, which we clipped filed. Tho John j Given under my hand, as Clerk of endeavored to lend a helping hand to sons aro forgotten and nothnlg but Irom tho Courier-Journa- l. Ithea, who happens to be Circuit tho County Court, of tho County Spain, or perhaps Mr. Greep has a tip calumny nnd oppression is heaped . Irom the Unknown on tho land they lovd so passionately. dls- - aforesaid, this the Gth day of Octo-trl- ct or a message tho Russellvllle Judge In When u1i tho world is talking ot on that subject as ho. has on tho ono' who claims bor, A. I)., 1919. Is the startling news that Ireland "had to freedom, Ireland, which has not had criminally libeled. C. BLANKENSIUP, to have been and Clerk Ohio County Court. send to Spain to get a genuine good ono years peace since greed He is also a brother of Tom, who Is ISt-- famn&tilM Mi) JiK-- j,,. .M. ,'r ', """' ir 1 Get More Work Out of Your Tractor by Using a Tractor Disc Harrow at tendency Keep your tractor as busy ' , It when you use it than when you let it stand It your investment. ing using it when use it disking and That makes a seed the kind that most to our and us show the John Deere Pony Tractor Disc Harrow any maker ard tractor. This is an exceptionally light It has separate angling each gang that that hard and can Its third harrow when working makes With, you can raise the inner the gangs make the penetrate at equal depth the entire width the There are other features on this harrow which such as show as strong bar gang as any gang bar and stub scrapers. spring sure ask us about J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS ld con-tne- fe "' v, sfarcC of ch -- so - ly fol-nen- so lr-la- nd t Rov. Chester D. Stevens, Is tlio week hero with his family. I Mrs. J.'C. Hcnnctt has returned from a visit to friends In Owcnsboro To My Friends And Customers . Rov. and Mrs. E. W. Smith havo will find tho sheriff's on pngo three. taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Duke. Mrs. Jennie Hamilton, of Orccn- Mr. John Taylor, of Maceo, was tho vlllo, la visiting her sister, Mrs. F. L. week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. . 'Felix. Ellis. Hat of appointments Taxpayers THE NEW EDISON The Three Million Dollar Phonograph invented the phonograph in 1877. After he improved his original phonograph to a point where his business advisers said to him : "You now have the best phonograph in existence. Let's go ahead and make ij." Mr. Edison shook hfe head and replied : "I am not going to put put 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 voice 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? THOMAS A. EDISON x I'oto Iglchcart will leave Monday 'for Howling Green, whero ho goes on Iniflliias'j. Mr. Jefferson Wntterson has sold resldenco In the Eastern portion of town, to George Splnks. Is I have severed my connection with The Kentucky Creameries and am now associated with THE FOX BROS. CO., (Incorporated), and will continue to buy your - Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hums returnHairy May Is out again after haved Tuesday from n few days visit to ing been laid ,up for a. week with relatives In Owensboro. threatened appendicitis. of Heaver Mr. George Mitchell, 'Dam, spent a few days horo recently, ; - Dr A. U. Pate, of Russellvllle, Is pending tho week-en- d uflth his broth'the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Uean. er, A. E. Pate and family. Tho Students of Hartford High 'The English and American LiteraSchool have organized an orchestra, ture classes of tho High School, enwith I'rof. W. J. Uean as Instructor. gaged In a debato last night. Mr. Ed F. Oabbert has purchased tho residence and general merchandise business of J. A. Clark, of Poultry, Eggs and Cream I. County Agent, M. L. and Mrs. have moved Into tho residence of Mrs. Laura Stevens. in ISIi8i M &- i Paying the highest market price at all times. Dates for receiving cream will be WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS of each week. Call or see me at the same old place in A Lyman Unrrett, editor of tho Judgo John U. Wilson and son, J'crald, has rented tho residence prop John Allen, were In Horso lirancli, erty formerly occupied by Marvin Friday and Saturdny, doing somo Dean. Miss Annn Rao Carson will go to It. W. J oiiisville, Monday, where she will en Albert Cox and of Johnston were among those from Sul- ter the Louisville Conservatory phur Springs, attending Court here Music. Monday. Mrs. G. O. Doggett, who has been scv- Messrs. J. P. Shrum, CHno Berry tho guest of Miss Sue Velser for Harvey Taylor, of,01 (,nyB' returned to her homo In man, Allen and nenr Rochester, wero in Hartford, Charlotte, North Carolina, yesterday Saturday. Ilev. J. It. Uurton, member of the Kentucky M. E. Conference, of the Mrs. D. II. Barnes Is making an ex- Ashland District, stationed at Olive tended visit to her sister, Mrs. Jeff Hill, was In Hartford and community Watterson. and Mr. Watterson, of tho first of this week, calling on old Ashley, III. friends and attending to some busi ness matters. Mr. Wllllo Crowder, wife, and child, of Sunnydnlo, left today for Itolla, Rev. E. W. Smith, pastor for the Kansas, where they go to make their ensuing year, on tho Hartford Cirfuture home. cuit, M. E. church, South, together with his wlfo and small son, arrived Mrs. Ilonz Bell, of Moorman, re- horo last Friday. Rev. Smith delivturned to her homo yesterday, after ered his first sermon here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Dennett morning to a good sized and well for several days. pleased congregation. Meisrs. u T. RILEY Ihhhhhi The Hartford Fill DAY Republican OCTOHKK Wo pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & UI10. 10 Judge John II. Wilson mado a busi ness trip to Owensboro, Wednesday. Mrs. Minnie Wedding spent the d with relatives In Dundee. If you need a good road wagon or Our Saturday Leader One pound Coffee of 40c week-en- Steel Cut H'--c 1 t WILLIAMS & DUKE IIAllTKOHD, KY. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Nat LIndlcy, of Matanzas, was in town Monday. . W. Wilson, of Roslne, was In Mr. J. Hartford, Monday. Dr. N. J. Rains, of noslne, Hartford, Monday. wub in Mr. F. M. ljoovor, of Huford, was in town Wednesday. Fair Look ovor the advertisement of & Co., on page two. Mr. J. II. Loyd, of Fordavllle, was hero on business, Monday. Mr. C. C. King, of Dundeo, was In towu on business, Monday. visiting schools, for abundance W. J3. Supt., E. S. Howard has been busy som tlmo. Wo hnvo ryo and timothy seed In EIXIS & BRO. of Taylor Mr. Richard Baker, Mines, was in Hartford, on business, Tuesday. A Plo Supper will bo given at East Llttlo Miss Mary Elizabeth, arrived Nocreek tonight, receipts to go for at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Miss Kennedy Collins has accepted the benefit of tho school. All ladies Denham, of Nocreek, on the 2nd of a position in the office of Mr. II. P. will please bring pies. this month. Tho "tiny" little lady. Taylor. her i while not being able to announce For Salt Olio farm of 07 acres, intentions, will mnko her f ntnre homo Mrs. Robert Renfrow has accept- - nCar Rob Roy school house. For in- - ,vIth M. aml Mr nenham. whom ed a position In the Home Telephone formation write to, she will call father and mother. Evclmngo J. II. EMBRYr I Beaver Dam, R. No. 3. 8tf THEODORE ROOSEVELT Miss Louise Phlpps lefl Wednesday MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION' for Detroit, Michigan, whero she will Mrs. R. P. Liles, of Kansas City, accept employment. Mo., arrived Monday at tho home of Mr. Otto C. Martin has been apMrs. Mary F. Llles, of near Beda, pointed chairman of Ohio County for Commonwealth's Attorney, C. E whore she will visit for about a tho Roosevelt Memorial Association, Smith Is in Owensboro, this week, at- - jnonfh which will make a campaign In Kentending Circuit Court. tucky from October 20th to the 27th, Bring me your Junk and get your to raiso Kentucky's portion of the Messrs. Boyd and Harney Haugh, of ortillzer, field seed and farming Im- fund of $5,000,000. Route 2. Heaver Dam, wero visitors plements. The Memorial fundso raised is to at this office, Saturday. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, bo used for three purposes: (1.) to erect a suitable memorial Heaver Daro, Ky. 13t3 Mr. Joo Loyil. of the flm of- - Loyal in Washington; D. C. Bros., Narrows, was in town Monday, (2.) to purchase property adjoinMr. D. J. Allen, of Camden, Tenn., 'attending County Court. in company with ills son, Rev, D. ing Col. Roosevelt's property at OysEdgar Allen, of Beaver Dam, whom ter Bay which is to be converted into Mrs. Ira D. Hean returned from ho Is visiting, called at this office a National Park, with the Idea of ulLouisville, Wednesday, after havliig Tuesday. timately acquiring the, old homo at spent aoveral days there. Sagamore Hill; (3.) to establish an endowment Mr. II. M. Plrtlo and family left Quito a number from this place at. for Montgomery, Ala., where Mr. fund for the perpetuation of Col. tended tho Wlllsou speaking at Hea- - Plrtlo has purchased a 400-acr- e tract Roosevelt's Ideals of stalwart Ameri- ver Dam, Monday night. of land, on which they will make their canism and a "Squaro Ddal." The name of each subscriber to the futuro home. Capt. W. A. Clark, of Owensboro, J in.d will bo permanently enrolled and was tho guest of his son, J. A. Clark, nt the Washington Memorial, Miss Cllftio Felix, who Is a mom-ikeof Sunnydalo, last week. bor of the faculty of tho Rockport 'where it may bo seen at any tlmo. AH subscribers win bo permanent mem Graded school, spent the week-en- d ... .. M.. ti.niintd vw.nm.u.. T.r I .. i linn noro wiui ner moiner, airs. j. u. o bers of Memorial Association and ..id. iuuiuo IIItiolini.. iwiib iiuo accopteti tno position or Linotype op- - Mjx alui family will be given a certificate sultablo. to ' orator In the Herald Office. 'be framed. Ohio County's quota ot the fund to Got ono of those scoopboards for Mrs. M. J. Ross, of this placo, Is your wagon so that you can unload bo raised has been placed at $500, visiting hor daughter, Mrs.- - Juo. T. your coal, corn &c, with easo and which is very small and ought to be Mooro jjnil Mr. .Moore, In Louisville. moro quickly. readily subscribed. pt harness of any sort see ACTON BROS. t P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. & BRO. For soft drinks that aro thirst quenching go to CASEB1ER & V Tno insurance and realestato busl- whoro ho will remain for a few weeks.. ness ot waiter II. Parks. In his ab Mr. Arvln Willis, of Evansvllle. senco, will be attended to by his visited his father, here last week. For hum, eggs, and coffee, while Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin visited; brother. Marvin Parks, at their of- attending court, go to CASEBIER & Mlej Lula Hoover, of Owensboro, relatlves la Owonsboro, last Satur- - nco over the Bank of Hartford. spent the week-en- d with her parents, TAYLOR S placo. day. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoover, ot Clear Messrs. Roma, Ervle and W. H. Mrs. Ben L. Hill, after spending Run. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Taylor and Mr. tho. summer horo with hor mother, Mr. Charlie Martin and family, of Baize and family spent Sunday with and Mrs. O. O. Hunter spon( Sunday Mr8, Minnie Wedding, left last wcok Daviess county, visited Mrs. Martin's relatives at McIIenry. Jwjth Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Evorly, of f0r Philadelphia, where sho goes to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bowling, ot near Hartford, Saturday and Sunjoin her husband, Lloutenant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gillespie and Matanzas day. son,' Master James Carlisle, wore in Come in, look our stock of Stoves. I Evor-tlt- e M'cssrs Eurl and Carl Combs, of ropflng, Silverkoto Rub- Owensboro yesterday. ( and Heaters over, and get our prices. :i,or Roofing and Greenkote Slato Beaver Dam, spent Sunday with Mr, Rooting, all the way from $1.75 to B. M. Combs and family. Fresh oysters today. Call ovor the That's all wo ask. ACTON BROS. 13t3 Mr. John Willis, who was thrown home phone, No. 70, $4.50 per square, may bo had at from a horse last week, and sustainCASEBIER AND TAYLOR ACTON BROS. 13t3 Misses Margaret King and Emlllo ed a broken rib, Is able to be out with Miss II. B. Carson, ot the firm of Bell spent last weok-en- d Mr. Rowap Holbrook returned from again. Mr. J. A sou was, born to Mr. and Mrs. Carson & Co., was in Louisville, the Bell'B.parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Bell, Smith's Grove, Warren Co., Tuesday, ot Buford. o (W. C, Wade Monday niornlpg, Christ whero he had been assisting In first of this week, on business. start of oil well drilling operations ,ined, Thomas Marlon. Misses Mary Laura Pendleton, Ellz- - for.tho Pilot Knob Oil co., In which Mr. J. D. Miller and family spent WANTKD Ono dozen nice,' fat Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Almond calves, weighing from 500 to 800 lbs.," abeth and Beulah Mooro were tho ho is Interested. week-en- d guests of Miss lone Hedrlck, Duko, ot Sunnydalo. ELLIS ICE CO. ,.ross Ky. at Owensboro. Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Crowe, ot Wo havo just received a carload ot Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, Akron, Ohio, are visiting relatives Mrs. W. H. Qulnn .after a weeks and can supply you with any thing at Clear Run. Mr. J. A, Balrd roceutly purchased Misses Haze) Jones and Ernestine resldenco where he now resides, visit with her sister, Mrs. J. A. How- - you may need or desire In the way the Ralph, ot Hartford, spent Sunday Mrs. Lou Vandi- - ard and family, returned to hor homo ot a Stove. on Union Street,-o-f in Cincinnati, Ohio, yesterday. with Miss Myrtle Carter. 1313 ACTON BROS. y0Ti TAYLOR. jiernni, lert Wednesday ror norma, Walter Greop, formerly with tho . ...I i3t3 acton nnos. . J DUKEHURST If you knew as much about'the quality and value of Tailor-Ma- de Clothes as we do, you'dcome to us on THE RUN. Some people hold back when it comes to a question of buying clothes they think because they are SPECIALLY made they must be high in price. made-to-measu- re Nothing of the Kind Look around anywhere and see the prices asked for any sort of decent clothes, then see what we charge seryou here for smart) exclusive, vice. made-to-measu- re Carson (El Co. Hartford, Kentucky. WH3..' m "ini . ' KjWnBffIIIElSEfflZ2Kfc3Mrr' LANSING TO RESIGN IS AGAIN REPORTED Encouraging Bolshevism Everything that falsely encourages unrest also encourages bolshevism. Secretary Of State Expected To Quit When Treaty Approved. Misunderstanding of American industrial organization, and of its benefits to mankind, leads to unrest, dissatisfaction, and radicalism. For example, the Federal Trade Commission tells the public agreed price for lard substitute (made of cotton-see- d oil.) It reproduces letters taken from the files of one of the packers; showing that such agreed price existed. that the large packers had an E But it failed to mention that the agreed price was determined at the request of and in with the Food Administration ! Even the Department of Justice, in its unjust attempt to create prejudice against the packers, has made public these same letters, with no explanation. How long must this kind of misrepresentation continue? In so far as it is believed, it not only breeds discontent, but results in injustice to our industry. co-operati- on Let us send you a "Swift Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, Swift & Company, U. S. A. i. j III r If THIS SHOWS BECOMES Of IHLAVtKA&E DOLLAR WHAT prrFiirn tJ SWIfH-COMPAN- !l -- ttay oil rs ToStockkti&in SELF-7 lABOft t&SBKifONrpilittT 2.04 CENTS "CHAIN SWIFT iCOMtoNlO Washington, Oct. 4. Renewed rumors of tho resignation of Secretary of State Lansing from tho Cabinet arc going tho rounds. Siluli rumors were 'These Hats AVoiililn't Eat My loiinb. (rain," Sn In circulation before Mr. Lansing re It's hard to keop rats out of a feed turned frnni thn I'nrls ennfflrflnrn In o which ho played a minor part, they slorc- - Trl0tl for years. A nelghbor-wor'"" bloro sohl In0 some In cvldenco again when ho ro- turned to this country and now thov u worked Wonders. Gathered up HuliBht aro onco moro audlblo. Itcccnt storlos l0!ul rnts evcrJ '""'''""B. concerning tho resignation, in fact, ,lloro IlAI SNAl ' "nvctrt A rat now. have ctimo from thn PrnslilAnra - They wouldn't eat my best grain when P around." Three clal train and have attracted partlcu - !1 threw sizes, Zbc, sue, 51.00. lar notice. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Cnsc-blo- r, In the absenco of nn exact official Drug Acton tiros., Taylor's statement. concornliiK tho relatlnnn between Mr. Lansing and tho Prcsi - s,ore Williams & Duke, nnd Walker n: dent, it can bo said that the Impres Myrtle. sion hero is growing stronger constantly that Mr. Lansing will not re KAKHIXO COMI'KTITIO.V. main In tho Cabinet. One report Is The Hrltlsh board of trade has that ho will leavo it as soon as the Scnnto disposes of tho peace treaty. formed a licensing plan for keeping It has been for months almost a mys- out undesirable competition. Among tery how Mr. Lansing can permit him- the articles which have poured Into self to remain In tho Cabinet in view Kngllsh markets of lato aro coal oil of the well known fact that he does derivatives, drugs, perfumes, synthenot sanction somo of tho Important tic photographic chemicals, organic phases of tho peace treaty and, more chemicals, optical glass, scientific than that, Is flatly opposed to somo glassware, scientific nnd optical Inof these features. That ho had no struments, gas mantles and needles. liking for tho Shantung transfer The government is advancing money which tho Japaneso Induced President to stimulate trade In disorganized Wflsmi tn K.ntirtlnn. fa wnll nntlnr- - parts of Europe. Her credit. It is said, may not stop short of 0. stood. This money will not leave Htillltt Testifies Disapproval. Tho recent testimony of William England but it may be drawn ilpon by C. Uullltt, who was attached to tho the borrower to pay his Hrltlsh bills peace commission and who wag for a The loan wll lhelp tido him over the time close In the confidence of Col early days of reconstruction. mm onel House, telling how utterly Mr Lansing disapproved many things In tho treaty and covenant, has given I rise to no end of comment to the efFor Infants and Children fect that the continuation of Mr. Lansing as head of tho State Depart In Use For Over Years ment seems almost Incredible Always bears testimony given by Mr. Lansing Tho the himself before tho Senate Foreign Re Signature of lations committee in which he dis played nn astonishing lack of knowlSurgeons agree that in cases of edge concerning many things which cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the the representatives of other powers is were taken up by the President and first treatment Is most Important. when an efficient antiseptic is applied likewise looked upon In many quarters lu Washington as making much promptly, there Is no danger of In fection wound further tenure of office by the Secre- ttvnnce. and tho use on begins to hen' man or beast, For tary of State unlikely. Horojono Is tho Ideal antiseptic and The opinion is freely expressed healing agent. Buy it now and be here that if Secretary Lansing, with ready for an emergency. Price 25c, out waiting for the Senate to act upon 30c, $1.00. and $1.50. Sold by Ohio the peace treaty and the league cov County Drug Co. m enant, were to resign and to tell the American people openly and frankly what he thinks of certain of the nego EGGS! tiations at Paris and the results of those negotiations and also the prob gGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC able future effect upon the United Produces Eggs. of thoso negotiations, he would StateH ho doing the greatest public service 75c of his career. altitude record for a pilot nlono and exceeding tlio French record by a few hundred feet, made a new high dnsh for fnmo In a Curtis "wasp" trlplnno with a 400 horsepower motor. Ho reached 34,200 feet the world's highest flight. Tho coldest point In thofllght was 4 4 degrees below zero, at an altitude of H 1,000 feet. At 34,200 feet tho mercury wa3 four degrees higher, fiohlfs is a native of Duffnlo. Ills mother la a novelist who writes under the lien name of Anna Kathcrlno Green. now American DIRECTORY CIHCUIT COU11T. Judge It. W. Slack, Owouiboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'lli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, HEAVER IUM. W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk R. W. King. I Pollco Judg'o J. W. Cooper,. Marshal II. F. Stevens. Ch'ra'n. Board FOHDSVILLE. M Hartford, Ht ! KAT-SN'A- RAT-SNA- $130,-000,00- CASTOR 30 A 1st Monday in March i I days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SOHOOIi CttMCTDAlt. 1st Monday in July 12 days County HourtJ of Education. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday lu September DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday !h November 13 days W. Duff, FordavillB, Div. No. Coni'tb. and Civil, Ky. DIv. No. 311. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COURT. Ky. Moots- - first Monday In each month. DIv. No 4 Robort Goff, Koslna Judge Mack Cook. '$ Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. llcav-e- r 6 DIv. No. Otis It. Stcveiis, Clerk W. C. Dlankcnshlp. Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Drntcher. DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tichcnor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday to Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; let Monday In April; lsi Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday in Au- -, Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st FISCAIj COUKT. Monday in December. County Board of Exanilnors 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school' Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. Ilartfordi Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school1 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4Ui District G. W.- - nowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. Mny 16 and 17 County teachors' 5th District W. C. Dauebertr.Balze- - examination. (Whlto) Hartford. town. May, 23 and 2 County teachers Oth District W. S. Dean. Dundeo. examination (colored) Hartford. th District D. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. June, 20 and 21 County nnd State 8th District B. C. Rhoades. Hart teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsford, Route 5. vlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 28 County and' HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored)' Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. July, Ohio County Institute;. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sopt., 19 and 20 County and ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sopt. 26 and 27 County and State- Police Judge John T. Jackson. oachcrs' examination (colored) HartMarshal Will Langford. ford. Ch'ra'n. Board W. It. Jonei. Clerk Oila Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsfllnger. Mnrshal Grant Pollard. m 20. n, A 7-- Mothers use WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY If LLX Yefirffi fJ- ( Mm m m RevS iui uitfLiwurtit A Safe, injr :ue HtLaKim cougbi, yrv A TrialRint WEAK for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A Quick rrliel for that tired, FOR ONE MONTH ferlloc. weak luon or coniumplloo. olntlp you it cssla yon attaint. rhirci, paint la cbeit. nlilil wrati, htroor I( it data" a) OHIO MEDICAL CO. Try a package. Remedy for Worms rontlno-nuScttntj Die u. It thft Irttlmonlal flipVS VEKMIKUCIEcin offer jou. Krpi bottle always on hand. It will brlpireptlM llltla aura happj and hratUij. ttu. a boltto at your druf. (IH'a or general turat or If a ilTvTm'T At SROMT THE FOH1) 'l'HOl'KI.LEl) THOLLEV - f Whal in tho tnlndu of merliHlllCs and engineers promises to be a favorable bolutlon of tho present trolley car probloiu is ft now Hlylo onnvi'ynnro "which Henry Ford now hulldintS. The Ford "trolley" Oar is ilie .sumo as tin automobile but it is run on tracks like tho ordinary htrect car. It 1s fcalil to be less than half as heavy as tho present trolley car and capable, of carrying about 60 per cent as many passengers. Electric railways In tho United States number nearly 1000, with a total of over 48,400 miles of track on which over 80,000 passenger cars, exclusive of trailers, freight and express cars, aro operated. The cost of operation under tho present system Is everywhere regarded us too high, If somo idea, liko tho Ford plan, might bo tho whole Street mader" ar nnd inlmtrllari systems of tho country, as well as tho public, would be immensely benefited, It is generally agreed. 1 kl - of their poor relations, the mules, there arc 4,925,000, and the total value is ?2,S00,O00,O00. The equine iuiiiil) was never more numerous or In Europe, the American valuable. horse Is more popular than tourists, for I hey nra going ovor by thousands, ami III U months lit the fiscal year added $5,000,000 to our export Ihide. Tho horso holds a place in our llC which no mechanical Invention can The beginning of almost every iri-ou'- s disorder is constipation. If you want to enjoy good health keep your bowels regular. This is best accomplished by proper diet and exorcise, but sometlniPH a iiH'iiti'lue Is UDeiled ami wheil tlmt is the case yoil Wilt find Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. They aro mild and gentle in their action, easy and pleas nt to take. Give them a trial. They m only cost a quarter. --" ('iusilaiiii. Mr supplant. Hiit-Snari . , WOHLD'S HIGHEST FLIGHT. to Will You Spend ."0c On Save 9100? Roland Rohlfs, an American aco, One 50c pkg., can kill 50 rats. Tho who flow to a height of 3.300 feet average rat will rob you of $10 a July 30 at Mlneola, L. L, making a year in feed, chicks and property deP Is deadly to struction. rats. Cremates after killing. Leaves no smell. Comes in cakes. Itatk will pass up meat, grain, cheese to Throo sizes, 25c, feast on HAT-SNA- If not satisfactory in 15 or 20 days your money refunded. The only egg producer sold under money back guarany tee. Hen Tonic for Roupe, Sore Head,White Diarrhoea. t-We also handle Dead Shot Insect Powders for Fowls. Manufactured and guaranteed by The Progressive Mfg. Co., 600 W. Walnut St., Egg-a-Daw ttr' your dealer can't euppty you send hla name a nd 3Ac. In stamps and we'll tend jsu bottls promptly. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. Electric Bitters i Succeed when everything else fails. in nervous, prostration ana ltmale '.veoicnesse remedy, at thousands have testified. j It 1 tliey are the supreme FOR KIDNtY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. Louisville, Ky. A Coated Tongue ? Every Woman Wants What it Means A lintl breath, coated toncuo, bad tssto In the mouth, languor and tlubility, aro usually 8 i R n s that the liver is put of order. For sale, by Ohio County Drug Co., Hartfo'rd, Ky. ? FOR PERSONAL. HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and InfUm-matio- n. Recommended by Lydia. E. rmkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ore throat and tore eye Economical. LIVER DIDN'T ACT says: "The liver is secondary in Prof. Hem-met- er an organ only to tho heart." Wo c a n HAT-SNA- P. tiOo, $1 00i s..: j import unco tMil Ui guaranteed by J. F. Case-ble- r, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drugstore, Williams & J)uko, and Walker m Myrtlo. - DIGESTION WAS BAD S.yi 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Wits Tell How Ste Wti HelicTeJ After MeadomHl, loscjis ThsPsllooToJrtCampsnr.DosKig.Mssi.yby I irtM. 31. sa dnittuu, or r.rkj ,Mi Hat sUsonnsi7 desniins: snd gennictdtl powrr. niniiu fac-tur- e IniliRCMioii, lllllousness, Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets have restored to health and happiness hundreds who were afflicted wjth indigestion, If you biliousness nnd constipation. aro troubled In this way give them a trial. You aro certain to be pleasm ed for they will benefit you. m XO HOUSELESS AGE JUST YET nn unprejudiced authority Slnco 1899 the United The Wall Street Journal evidently says: States has LIHEHI.VS NEEDS. Among tho distinguished guests of tho nation's capital of lato was President-elect King of Liberia. President King feels that tho future of his country depends largely on tho or America and particularly its ability to interest the colored people pf this country in Liberia's destinies. Tho Influence of tho 40,000 first settlors from America on tho 2,000,000 natives was so good, Mr. King says, that ho is asking for American emigrants who will labor with hand as well as brain for Liberia. All you who havo torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. Tho season Is hero and tho air is full of tho disease germs. Tho best thing to do is to got your liver in good condition and purify the stomach and bowels. Herblne Is the right remedy, it answers tho purpose completely. Prlco 60c. Sold m by Ohio County Drug Co. a Few Dmm l BUck-Dra- .. - poisons within our own bodies s produced over 7,700,000 automobiles. Half of these were manufactured slnco tho end of 1915. Manufacturers proposo to put over 2.000,000 cars valued at $1,600,000,000 on the market In 1920. Somo think the horso is doomed to tho fate of tho Great Auk.v or at the best, a cage in the Hronx Zoo. Hut on tho contrary, horses are on the Increase. There are 21,534,000 in the country now, and CyulMa tWe o'f 'Seventy years of successful use hat Hlgglnbotham, ot this town, uayr At a fta.de tftftfdford's my age, which Is 65, the live 'docs standard, household remedy. Every not act bo well as when younfc. X fc'w member, ot every family, at times, years ago, my etomach was all out of need the help that caa fix. I was constipated, my liver give In cleansing the system and re didn't act My digestion was bad, and lievlng the troubles that come from It took bo little to upset me. My ap- constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver, petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless your I would give Black stomach, liver and bowels are In good I decided Draught a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way, was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, I felt gently and in a natural way. If you trouble. I began taking It better after a tew doses. My appetite feel aluegtsb, take a doae tonight. improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tonorrow, Frlca bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a psckaie Oas seat trouble was aooa righttd vita a tew AU trufltfaf Ky.Mrt. black-draugh- t" Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- t. deadly as a cnake's venom. The liver acts as a guard over our Vell-btin- g, sifting out the cinders and ABlies Irom tuc general circulation. A blockake In the Intestines piles 'a heavy burden upon tho liver. If the intestines are choked or clogged up, tho circulation of the blood Incomes poisoned and the system becomes loaded with' toxic waste, and we suffer from headache, -coated tongue, bad taste in mouth, nausea, or-- bus, acid dyspepsia, languor, debility, yellow skin or eye! At such times one should take castor oil or a pleasant laxative. Such a one is made of May- apple, leaves of aloe and jalap, put form by Doctor jnt0 ready-tous- e yellow- which ara USE LIV-VER- -L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Peel richt all tho time. Don'b lay cU from work for days by taking calomel keeps yon when pleasant JU Vir-w-u on your feet; whiloTolievingyour troujx le. Safer too, and' easy to take. Don take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur in its effect and 'Certain in results. Il Lax will won't bo long beforo completely displace calomel in ever Pierce, nearly fifty years ago, and home.!, CnildreW can take it freely an sold for 25 centa by all druggists us with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottle&i None Dr. Picrce'u Pleasant Pellets. cennine without the likeness and sign iar ot L, Ks Grkraby. For sale by year J a, M, WflsUAMI, UfilXSarA . Hartford KepeUicw, 1.M jer is. f ' V I k - land takes tho down from tho nests. Tho ducks tako moro down from their r2ESCE2E3ran breasts, and again It IsTcmnvcd from " A BTfc the nosts. For tho third tlmo tho nH I Ite'innvo any sick birds poarcd. TKNXKSSHK CATTM2. ducks pluck down from their breast, i rom the flock as soon ni they nro and this tlmo they nro not disturbed (Li DC Sopt. 27, 1910. noted and treat thorn in till the eggs aro hatched; then tho rethumsolvcs, or kill and bury thorn if maining down Is takon tilrl's World. Dear Sir: Willi Hi" Brontly Increased Interest, they are not worth troatlng. anil demand tlioro haa boon throiiKli-m- t iu:v.m: this dihkahh. Now In tho time to hullil tho new tho south for purelirod livestock Financial physicians are warning dnrlnR tho paat ynr, I am mire, that poultry house or romodel tho old one, oii must have licen asked many tlniOH to an to havo everything ready and against the now dlscnso which is apanimals. comfortalllo for tho hens that aro to pearing In many parts of tho country. wliero tn liny luiro-lirc- il Going Up; n hard produce tho winter eggs. 1 have found thin frequontly They havo named It 'Tmlhrucnza " by this dlseaso unianswer, for In tho first Persons attacked Underpaid liustlon to I formly utter tho cabalistic words, plnco I havo inoro often than otherUnder Stanley Democratic rule, In tho threo Tablo Helps I'Vt'der. yenrs to take the equalized valuo of all propwise had to admit that I hadn't scon Last season the county agents In "the war Is over," and decllno erty assessed for taxation In Kentucky hns Innny onlmnft for salo that I thought Kentucky wore furnished a. tablo for any further Interest In tho Nation's creased tho enormous Mim of $027,,J78,-S;i.OO- . would fill tho order, and In tho sec- the winter feeding of steers. This affairs. No serum has been discovDuring tho same period, thn amount distributed ffim9 L prevent the nllmcnt by the state to the counties to pay the salaries ond plnco, I havo not always felt unique tablo sent out by tho Exten- ered which can regularly in War Sav of school teachers has only Increased the pitiful Hafo In advising my friends to sion Division of tho College of Agri- but Investing sum of $;45,784.:i". make purchases from breeders at n culture, which gave tho dally propor- ing Stamps and Heglstured Treasury roputatlon 1 am not tion of corn sllngo, cotton-see- d Snlngs Certificates is a prcvcntatlto distance, whoso meal, Taxpayers, This Is Your Business Stanley O. K's Pay Cut euro. sure of. shelled corn nnd dry roughage to bo as well as a The new tnv law making tills Iiuro Increase In In 1018 n Democratic letfsbiture passed a Is no question but that In the There taxes was passed to ralso more money for genfed a 1,000 pound steer for 150 days, law and It was approved by Governor Stnnley, past our farmers havo been grievous- proved of great value to cattlo feed- nines Stucky Hay "Itnt Cost Me ?I23 eral state expenses, to pay olT old debts nnd to Hills." March IS, 1018. cutting down tho amount of Vw PlitmliiiiR give more money to the public schools. If this upon by speculators and ers. At n glanco it was posslblo to ly Imposed money for school teachers' salaries from 20 law has raised enough money to pay general ex"Wo couldn't tell what was clogreunscrupulous breeders who havo know Just how the feed should be penses and to help pay oft' pome old debts, why cpnts to 13 cents, and many tenchers wcro up our toilet and drains. Wo In them easy marks on whom balanced and at what times to make ging cognized has tho school rund not received n"proportlonato forced to quit their Jobs altogether or to seek had to tear up floor, pipes, etc., found anito unload Inferior nud diseased Increase for Uio education of your children? positions In other states. definite Increases in tho ration. Tho a rat's nest In basement. They had mals. valuo of tho table was so well estab-- . choked the pipes with refuse. Tho Merry-Go-Roun- d The School Teachers9 Data so far collected in tho tuber- Ilsheil that a small circular contain-- ! P Tho records .show thnt In 41' counties In Kentucky, tho salaries of .school teachers work now being Ing such Information Is being propar-- i plumber's bill was $125. culosis eradication wcro more in 1910 than In 1(117,1918 nnd 1910. They also show thnt In 71 counties tho leaned tho rodent out." Three sizes, salaries wero more In 1010 than In 1017 nnd 1918. This hns forced hundreds of teachconducted by tho V. S. Department of ed by the Animal Husbandry Depart25c, 50c, $1.00. ers to travel from one county to another seeking better pay to meet the high cost o'f Agriculture goes to show that practi- ment or tho College of Agriculture. Casc- living. In one county In Kentucky, out of 104 teachers last year, only 22 returned this vear. Sold nnd guaranteed by J. F. cally all of the tuberculosis now presSlnco tho tablo of last .season was ' blcr, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drw; In another county only seven out of 48 returned. In anothor county only 5 out of Is duo to anient In southern heds li'i returned. In ono of tho lnrgest and best counties of tho state only one rural teacher sent to tho county ngonts, two small Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker has not changed locntlon within the pnst live years. mals that havo been shipped in Troiii bunches of cattlo havo been fed and. m Myitle. othor sections. marketed at tho Experiment Station. Holding Up the Teachers' Pay w Tennessee beef cattle herds nro Thcso two bunches were given oxact- In tho same month that Governor Stanley npproved tho law cutting down tho teachMrs. Hllnkcr I was outspoken in practically freo from this dread ers' salaries, the stute on ed the teachers for back pay, $548,372.00. Threo months later ly the sJmo feed except that one pen my sontimonts at the club today. this nmount had Jumped to $1,452,837.91. On Juno SO, this year, tho state still owed tlio and our breeders aro determined rcolvod sorghum sllngo while tho oth Mr. nitnkor I can't believe it. teachers for back pay $003,434.87. In 1017, the first month's salury was paid In October that within a short tlmo all of their er ncn not corn silage. As this was Who outspoke you? Utica Globe. after three nnd n hnlf months of teaching. Tho flnnl payment Was not mndo until Auherds shall bo on tho tuberculosis freo w accoml ycar or ti,ls experiment In j gust, 1010, eight months nfter tho closo of tho session. lnst year a law was passed to ' ,.r Bnrchuin silaco tho accredited list. Tills is a .matter .. remedy this, but at Unit salaries are still running late. In addition to having their salaries cut, tho teachers nlso have their pay held up. worth calling to tho attention of your n(jw drcu,nr wln e ai,i0 to say the FLETCHER'S FOR .farmers. following about tho value of sorghum Cutting Down the School Year Gilbert's Extravagance You should also call to their atten-.8llage. I Throe months nfter Governor Stanley signed The minute Supt. Gilbert got Into office ho tho bill cutting down the teachers' pny, tho tlon the 300 head of registered Augus, ..Tesl8 nl tlie Experiment Station becan filling up his own oftlce, nt Frankfort, dressing for flesh A valuablo school year was cut from 7 months to 0 months, ., . 8orK,um 8llago compares Hercfords, and Shorthorns that our , with clorks and stenographers. The snlarles In scalds, old sores, rash. The children were deprived of n whole month's burns, his department have gone up to threo times breeders nro selling at public auction (t0 favorai,jy wilH com sllago in the , wounds, schooling. This year, tho school year ending Is Mallard's Snow Liniwhat they were under Governor Wlllson (ReaSllVIIIU, II'IIIIUSSCU, VI.IUUU. -- c v Ill rationing of steers and for the pres chafed skin. June 30, 1020, was kept at 0 months ltfstend publican). The Democratic legislative probe healing and antisep31 Inclusive and In Memphis, Tcnn., ent i of being put back to 7 months, thus depriving wnnlil rornnimend that the ment, it Is both committee of 1918 condemned tlie Bureau of tic. Prico 25c, 50c and ?1.00 per tho children of nnother month's schooling: 2S on October School Inspection for giving salaries to people 'system of feeding ho tho samo where Twolvo months' schooling In two years in place Sold by Ohio County Drug who did no work, but there has been practicalOn October 28 In Nashville will bo .it la nmiilnvml n4 wliprn rnrn sllnce Is bottle. " , of 14 months. ni ly no chonge. Morrow will change it. Company. "- - lUscd sold 50 Shorthorn, 40 cows ana Gilbert's "Sore Toe" Book crs, anu 10 iirsi cias-- nuns, wu i" county agent hopes that every The Text Book Commission Farce Judge The police say that you and Supt. Gilbert's printing bill Is costing tha bamo day In Memphis there will "Q 'fectlur of cattlo will scctiro this useful your wlfo had some words. taxpayers three times what they paid under Tlie Stanley Text Rook Commission chnngeil sold 70 head of first class Ilerufords.lclrcuInr n8b0on as jt is available. Governor Wlllson (Republican). Amonsr the most of the books In the grades ond would hovo "Prisoner 1 had some, but didn't In Nashville on Octobor 20 and 30, books paid for by the tavpnyers at a cost of soaked the parents of the children $050,000 get a chanco to use them. Pluck. ' book, combo $15,000, was tho famous "Sore Toe-wore for their books, but the whole adoption 125 first claRs Angus cattle will l'unk Know- - Coin. wos thrown out by the Court of Appeals. Urged-bpiled by tho equally famous Dr. V. L. Holzer, old, nnd on Octobor 30, 50 head of j Kugene-1- ). spe your child starts In Its sloop, Funk Is a soed-corIf leading Democrats oil over tho state to also whose "Physiology" was ridiculed by tlie lead-In- ? Hereford. 'clalist. Ho grows seed corn on 8, grinds Its teeth while sleeping, picks Democratic newspapers of the state. This throw out the Text Book Commission, Governor I havo no hesitancy whatever In "Sore Toe" book tells little Johnnio how to Black turned a deaf ear and by tlio time n now 000 acres each year and sells pedl at tho nose, has a bad breath, fickle recommending theso sales to ,uu. wrap up a "puncture" In his foot, wnrns little adoption was mndo the publishers were so dew wor,d appetite, palo complexion, and dark Qom M mer layed that many schools have been forced to Jcnnlo not eat meat moro than once a day, for 1 know our breeders will stand What he says concerning tho selection rings under tho eyes; 'It has worms; cnlls on dad to slmvo ofY his whiskers, advises get along with old books, nnd some of them "hack of every anlmnl sold. Kvory a... q( mqA eon aUouM bQ of and as long as they remain iu the Inmother to wash tin ei;g before boiling It, and dewon't get the now books ut all for propor work imal will bo tuberculin les en oe.oro mands the killing of till dogs and rata. tills year. q fannor wh ,s se,ect. testines, that child will bo sickly, tho sales and they will all bo sold hU bCod mm Ma m,. Whlto's Cream Vermifuge clears out subject to n 90 day retcst. This the worms, strengthens the stomach makes the purchaser absolutely saie. in an arUclo Qn so0(, cnm ,n th(J and bowels and Imts tho lltllo ono on i 'ot-rrii iv vim r Octobor number of Farm & Fireside, the road to health and cheerfulness. P. M. MURPHY, Mr. Funk gives tho rules which must Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio Specialist in Animal iiusuanur). m cnri)fllIIy foliowed to insure good County Drug Company. Havo Just lecelvcd word from tho L m r, Animal Husbandry Specialist j Get only a few bushels.enough CHICAGO OCKAX PORT DOOMED Tcnn., about sonic sales of cattle.' secd4.orn 1 lol. H a a 1 Hercfords and Threo breeds-An- gus. Tho voyage of tho steamers Lake nilg Bclcct tho wqA fof ,l0 8UC. bo sold, all tubercu- - coe(H , Shorthorns-- will Granby amrXako Glebe, from Chica .b crop . ,,,,, go to Liverpool, In demonstration of Gloho, which draw 20 feet, fully load, lln tested, registered and guaranteed. 0 t "' .. -Itfllt lt nlml tt linVfk" nillUPil It ll- fill- -. 'given only of .,0 when it to ripe that, rs, ueiora u the practicability or impracticability ed, wero dresses of any persons interested and froezeH of a through steamship service by the their cargo capacity on sailing from ' if sent In promptly, can furnish you . 3 j,lck a mealllin.8lMd ear not federal shipping board from lake Chicago, filling out tho balance at , . ports to transatlantic ports by way of Montreal. As they camo back in with catulogs etc., of these animals. -, j" M. L. MCCRACKEN. tho St. Lawrenco river, has doomed ballast the round trip was not profl- ' County Agent, a ,,, Chicago's dreams of becoming an table. It tho canals were deepened, 4 Dou.t p,ck nn car fron ' (which has smut in or near it. 'ocean port." Owing to tho fact that the Great Lakes transatlantic service your seed corn freeze. tho Welland canal limits vessel draft might becomo profitable, the shipping If efforts wcro mado to dlspobo of j G Don't let All hens whon their best laying days gtoro jt n a warm, dry plnco where to 14 feet, the Lake Granby and Lake board says. wero ovor a largo quantity of 0f ujr 3 circulating, i &f0i try meat would bo placed on tho mar-- j c Don't pllo up the oars. Hang ket. All poorly ilovotopeu ciucKons tho C()rn go XXQ ears ,i0 not touch. chiinlil tin nulled out and sold fori 7. Test your seed early onough so . Tl.ln .......1.1 UU ,11 11m' t.n if ........ n.i, (tnau tirtt ulintv n.... w I11(:LL. U13II. ......., J MIm ItUUIll fit. UlfU IL JUII1 VUtll VW1 ,wv ....... fnnd poultry keeper to make tlio Host uso gonnntlon you will have tlmo to or nis gram uy iuuuuik "' Ket nml test now soeu and Mioro productive fowls 8. Chango your seed corn every t few years for tho samo reason that a Dno mqillum potato gives as much breeder changes his bulls. liody fuel as two slices of bread and Sweet Potatoes. beef on your shoulders and hair moro .than ono egg. Tin Hue Talk about adventures I on your chest. Sweet potatoos should ho handled building material, protein, Is presont Men in the Navy come vacaYou will get 30 care-fre- e nniv In slluht uiuount. so that milk, very carefully and stored In a warm, home with the ,kind of t, which dry place. As a rule tho collar la too tion days a year, not counting cbeeso. eKcs. fish, The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been shore leave in home or foreign experiences that most aro rich in protein, nro tho logical moist? A cellar In which thcro is n ports. iu use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of However, furnnco is a suitable placo for storing chaps read of only in tlie with potatoes. foods to cat and has Deen made under nis per-2You will have the kind of con?, tho small quantity of protein which 'them, but they should bo kept elthor books. Bonal supervision tince its infancy. radeshlp in travel that sailors potato contains is of an especially iu crates or in open boxes at some tho Here's your chance! Allow no one to deceive vou in this. TW1if0S know. valuablo kind. Potntoos nro rich In'dlstnnco nliovo tho floor. A shelf In " ore but Uncle Sam has, as you know,' All Counterfeits, Imitations and " You will have regular pay; mutter necessary to keep tho kitchen or In nny room of tho tho mliiornl ' e big Navy" and elves Experiments that trifle with, and endanger the health of over and above your meals, lodgdwelling that is kept reasonably tho body in condition. young fellows like you ing and your first uniform outfit Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. heated will bo found satisfactory. This an opportunity to step aboard good stuff all of it. exactly tho op- Icrop keeps best undor and "shove oft"". Cure Of Corn Meal. You can join for two years. np- - poslto conditions irom uiose require ' What will you get out of it? As a result ofMio natlon-wld- o Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, When you get through you'll ba to economize and conserve our for Irish potatoes. nnnl Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains physically and mentally "tuned Just this: up" for the rest of your life. food supply, there lias licen a marked neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its A chance to rub elbows with l)OLlU. 'f UK CHEAP You'll be ready through and foreign folks in strange ports of Increase In tho use of corn moal. Care age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it bos through for SUCCESS. i.... .1.1 i.o tntfnn in oM innnl thnt has the world. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, With tho purchasing power of the There's a Recruiting Statloa The chance for good honest been recently ground from sound, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising woll-diie- d right near you. If you don'ft torn, and to soo that dollar lower than it has over been, work on shipboard the kind of clean, therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids part of wisdom to put somo know where It Is, your Postwork that teaches you something it is kopt sound and sweet by storing it is the the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. y real; the kind of work that puts master will be glad to tell you. receptacle in a cool, 'of thorn to work earning Interest, d The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. It In a moro. place. A two weeks' supply is til tho time that money is worth r wage tho To amy Fathmr and Mother t about all that it Js ordinarily safo to War Savings Stamps uable uo una. om ij too J, health, work andpUy, nd In th Tttrrjour bor't .,.i,in fnP thn household. To DO earlier 10 by ctponnbl txpwf. moral wllMt arc looitd ml S. S. most palatable, corn bread and other can and Invest It In W. Bears the Signature of corn-moproducts Bhould bo made IS OBTAINED, from fresh menl and freshly baked. HOW KIDKU-DOW"Various ways of using corn meal aro Elder ducks brcod in thousands on described In Farmers' Bulletin C65, Corn Meal ns a Food and Ways of somo of the smaller islands oft the coast of Icelaud. Tho birds ore so musing It. tame that thoy will allow anyouo to dovelop stroko tholr feathers or lift them from It any birds in tho flock because thoy nro colds, put ns much potassium per- their nests. This is sur-fac- o protected for tho down, whlck Is u manganate as will romaln on tho Kind You Have export from Iceland. of a dime into a gallon pi water large Item of th omttumeMMNy, nw vowk oitv. .. j lii their drink Tho birds pluck the down from their i,ia miviurn nests. When ing water for- several days, or until breasts to lino their owner of the are well liued the Vhe symptoms of the colds havo dlsap- these FARM DEPARTMENT. &fWWi 1 wvaaJlJIiySi mm Com imnRiflr vra wimBim Umm , i& Taxes 1016-191- raff Teachers nor-fect- ly KAT-SNA- , -- dls-oas- o, ,, I J ai Children Cry CA3TORI A I s y n 1 Clean House at Frankfort I Elect Morrow Governor I ,... 11 ..... Sl llll hMpHHh two-thir- i Ioul-'j,jon- tv 5$ il t! .,.. )""!.' Children Cry for Fletcher's and from there we went to Japan" and-mea- y- Just-as-go- od I What is GASTORIA -- un-dr- well-close- I GENUINE CASTORIA i 1 i ALWAYS ft nl X &a&0 Th Shove off 9 --Join the In Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought ,,r. U.S. Navy I ' t 1 ijfcvimvyrrTir. STATK.MKNT Of tho ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by tho act of 9 :-- r Building Material ' ' I Congress of August 24, 1012, of tho Hartford Republican, published ly at Itartford, Ky., for October, State of Kentucky.) week- 1019. t t i1 Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishing Boards, Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets, Ventilators, House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, I Varnishes, Stains, Door Locks, Door Hinges, Nails, J ,u MwiadSESBI ., J Strap Hinges. Farming Implements w w . Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Rubber and Steel Tire; Disc Harrows, Sulkey Plows, Riding and Walking Corn Planters. and two-roCultivators one-ro- )ss. ' County of Ohio.) 1 Hcforo me, n Notary Public, In and for tho Stnto nnd county aforesaid, personally appeared W. S. Tlnsley, who, having been duly sworn accord ing to law, deposes and says that ho is tho Editor and Manager of the Hartford Republican, nnd that tin following is, to tho best of his knowl edge nnd belief, n true statement of flic ownership, management (nnd If a dnily paper, the circulation,) etc , of the aforesaid publication for tho dato shown In the nbovo caption, re quired by the Act of August 24, 1912 embodied in section 433, Postal Laws t: and Regulations, 1. That tho names nnd addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, nnd business managers are: to-I- I M. ' n.u Bm rn'mr: SV,. 'A XI 'tymm TO .c .'SVVtvXBV ' , i .- - of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale I Hardware and Furniture A general line of Hardware and Furniture, Iron Beds, Rockers, Majestic Ranges, Moore Ranges, Moore's Air-tigHeaters, Heating Stoves, jLarge Rugs, Linoleums, Dining Chairs, Queensware. Publisher, Hartford Printing Co., Hartford, Ky. Editor and Business Manager, W. S. Tlnsley, Hnrtford, Ky. 2. That tho owners owning 1 per cent or more of tho Capital Stock are X you'll Atriitmt fltir ford Ky., owner. C. E. Smith, Mack tidy re toppv ml pound rfini on tho tabb, Bni hanttom tut: (Tw, Cook, S. A. Bratcher, W. II. Baize, certainly ifer yours when you lay your smokvcards pnuml tin humidors W. C. Blankenshlp, E. G. Barrass, C. for n tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert ami roll n hu chtty. ht tnJthalstxl th prutn-t- l pound cry humidor O. Hunter, M. L. Heavrin, T. II. makin's cigarette I You'll want to hiru a statistical bureau to keep count Mrfi rpp.irft vw if tuner tort ' Black, W. S .Tlnsley, all of Hartford. tlit perfect mcr Albrrtt in cf your smofcestuntsl Why, you never dreamed cf tho sport that lies .ondition such Ky.; C. E. Crowder, Horton, Ky., C. -awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when iCs P. A. for tho UaKSW"' vf.- ? M. Taylor, Beaver Dam, Ky., I. S. packing I v5sti-s- . ? .jrl Mason, Llvia, Ky., Route 2. and J. A. i2&yZ'X&-Jolinso;i, Decatur Ala. Talk about flavor! Man, man, ycu haven't Rot the listen of half your Wv Four separate departments. Come to see us. We 3. That the known bondholder, smokecareer until you Anon- - what rolling 'cm with P. A. can do for y our c can please you in quality. Prices right. mortagees, and other security holders contentment! And. back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of M owning or holding 1 per cent or more Prinnt JMbprt'a atinlitr stands our exclusive patented process that of total amount of bonds, mortage. its out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokeson in a makin's cigaor other securities are: The Bank of rette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard i Prince Albert Hartford, Hartford, Ky. is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put liks a regular call 4. That tho two paragraphs next JAKE WILSON, Manager above, giving the names of the ownPrince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a ers, stockholders, and security holdjimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 ers, If any, contain not only tho list pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation of stockholders and security holders to the joys of smoking. as they appear upon tho books of the company but also, in cases where the N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Saleti uumiuiul'i or security noiuur appears you upon the books of the company as best matrial in the country, can't afford to hiiss it. trustco or In any other fiduciary rela- said stock, bonds, or other securities STRAY STREAKS The line up Is as follows: tion, the name of tho person or corpo- than as so stated b him W. S. TINSLEY, ration for whom such trustee is actGREASY SPOON; (By Fluke McFluke.) ing, is given; also that the said two Sworn to and subscribed before me (P. Robertson, Mgr.) paragraphs contain statements em- this Gth day of October, 1319. A. C. Yelser (C). Hat Nail says he don't know of anybracing affiant's full knowledge and R. R. RILEY, N. P. O. C. ' H. Nail (R. G.) thing much worse that could happen My commission expires January 15, belief as to the curcumstanccs and bo adopted by a E. Foster (L. G.) to a feller than to conditions under which stockholders 1922. H. Casebier (R. F.) 'fernal checker gang. i mm and security holders who do not apII. Holbrooks (L. F.) Greater capacity. pear upon the books of the company FOR SALE. Car-deStone, the Miller for Charlie S111' Corner. as trustees, hold stock and securities 122 acres one "mile north of Crommill, says If his Closer skimming. at the.MJdget (E. Btrkhead, Mgr.) in a capacity other than of a bona well. S room house, good barn and orBoss don't git linFsQme more sawdust Tom Stevens (C.) fide owner; and this affiant has no chard, poultry houses, cellar, and Easier to wash. out o' bran he's goin' to run slap-da- b J. I. Goodman (R. O.) reason to believe that any other per- plenty of water. JMco S3.GO0, if and feed stuff. indicator. II. Sheffield (L. G.) son, association, or corporation has sold at oace. L. If. COMBS, Bat Nail (It. F.) any interest direct or Indirect In the 13t4p Beaver Dam, Ky. Easier to t u r n. Capt. Cox says if he had as good Ad Howard (L. F.) grip and pull in his right hand and Wears longer. AuMascots barmodern-da- y arm as some of these Wash Duncan Walk Kahn tomatic oiling. Patbers like as is found at Fred Robertson's shop he'd give a thousand dol- ented milk distribKT A HOAR THAT lais. Wllili MAKE GOOD Hartford Printing Co., (Inc.), Hart- FOU ." V.- ! Fordsville Planing Mill Company t ! i s: 01 n, f LAVAL ' Speed user. I . kin Wednesday evening and I had my wifo go to prayer meeting that night. If Missus Ilirkhead don't see some change for the better. In Ernest it ain't my fault. Ernest Ilirkhead give me a pump- John Henry sayi as how thick cats nio in Owensboro, especially in the little hours of the dark nights. That man don't know anything about cats. He orter live in the neighborhood of the mouth of dog street, in this burg for a spell ertoo. We've got 5 fence pouts in our back yard and I'll bet Health in this community Is very anything that no less than 15 cats good at this writing. spit and cuss each other on top, on People are about through cutting the sides of and .around them said fonco posts from C to 0 nights every tobacco and corn, and some are now 'preparing to sow wheat. week, on an average. LIgo Daniel and Boss Allen, of We've been having some tough ar Oluton, wore in this community, last guments out at our houso, as to lust Thursday. Mr. John Miller and family, fnrm- how we will get our lock oa the of Ohio County, but now resld- y rlKht time, October 20. The wife tonds that we ought to simply run the ing in Illinois, are here vliltlng They motored I argue that wo friends and relatives. clock back an hour. ought to let Big Ben stop an hour. If through. Mrs. May Taylor and brother, of wo don't take that course the clock! will bo compelled to do the same hour! Butler county, visited tho family of twice, nnd 'twould save wear and toar Mr. I. Hurt from Friday until Sun- of the works to stop it for an hour day. Rev. Beasley preached at this placo 1 still say I'm right, but I 'spect we'll Saturday night and Sunday. . run the clock back though. Mis3 Lillian Beck, who is teaching at this place spent tho 1 have been having somo trouble our school with her parents at with tho Board of Directors .about week-en- d gutting to tho office lato of mornings. l Sjpjrlntendent E S. Hovaid Cause wo have about a steamboat the school hero, Monday. tops that my wife load of old treo Mrs. James Twccdellml Mrs. Ellis has decided to have manufactured Inkindling and she puts mo on that Hinos visited friends in Dundee, Mon- to' pllo of stuff every morning as soon day. Day, of Sulphur Mrs. Charles onouuli to sco a diutanco uii it's llu-li-t uf two feet, telling mo to stay with Springs, visited her sister, Mrs. istno tho laps until called In to breakfast, Dabney, last week. Mr, Tom Tntum and lumlly worej and I guess sho just forgets to call mo, I reckon sho forgets, nnyhow I guosts of Barney Ilockcr and family, don't go until culled, as I would rath- of near Contertowu, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schroader, of er have tioubln with flv3 men than visited Mr. Schroader's Red Hill, disagreeably dlsapplnt ono woman. daughter, Mrs. Dormau Hurt and Mr CHKASY SPOON VS Hurt, Sunday KI.OI'1 Y CORNER Messrs Wilbur and Raymon Vanco, Misses Lillian Beck, Maria and Dona Home timo In tho near futuro thero Hurt, motored to Oweuslioro, Tu$4ay will bo a match gamo played between School at this placo is progressing these two teams. Thero Is no doubt nicely with Miss Beck as teacher. Our but what this will be an interesting debating society meets each Thursday gnmo nul n fast ono for wo have tho night. , Make your selection carefully and you are sure to geti boar that will make good. See me before you buy your herd boar. I have 8 nice ones, sired by Kentucky's model and thoy are shoeing a lot of class, 3izo and I have .some of the Individuality. best blood in the DUROC family and can save you 50 per cent on a boar. W. A. BELL. Route 7, Hartford, Ky. 13t3p uting device that you cannot get on any other machine. Assured service. Ask any De Laval Over 2,000,000 in daily use. $ c a package before the war c a package i:vakis. -- ! con-'orl- 5 5 during the war c a package J. D. WilliamsKy.& Sons Bearer Dam, llolh Phones. NOW FARMS FOR SALE! 50 acres 4 miles from Hartforcl, $300 worth of timber, t. vein of coal underlying it, 12 acres of bottom land. Good orchard and barn, at $45.00 per 4-f- THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! acre. n, 145 acres of Green River land, near South 85 acres bottom, underlaid with No. 8, 9 and Car-rollto- Mc-Hen- vis-Ito- 11 veins of coal. 65 acres 2 Price $G5 per acre a bargain. miles from Hartford, Rough River bottom at $65 per acre. 118 Acres, near Rosine, 4 room house, orchard etc. Price $2,500. miles from Hartford on the 50 Acres, 2 road. Two houses and barn and other out' buildings. Price $5,000. Coal rights under 100 acres of land, known as the Dr. Patterson farm. PriCje $10.00 per acre. A Har-dinsbu- rg CAL P. KE0WN. 157 4 r" ". '!" '. "I