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UP Jffarifjjttf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF fkjwblimm OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919 TO YIELD SHANTUNG ENDS CHRISTIANITY No. 16 show that it wns written by Judge Rhea hns been filed In tbo Logan Cir cuit court by tho nttorney fgr tho de- in tho criminal llbol case against STATF FAIR PRflRF a nml MrH IIornilon and J. F. Lo gan, publishers of tho Logan Messenger. They were Indicted Juno C chnrged Majority Of Board Agree with criminal libel In publication of Republicans May nn editorial which charged that LoFile Suit. gan county politics had become corrupt and was dominated by tho "Hhca machine," nnd It was Iiuposslblo to Louisville Herald. jflnd a remedy In the courts because Matt S. Cohen, commissioner of ng- - the Judges were elected by the Khca rlcultiiru. Is notified that flvo of the faction. Recently Hubert Meredith, inlno members of the State Hoard of have consented to an 1m- - vlllc, nttorney for tho defendants, mediate examination of tho State Fair filed n notice to bo served on tho and Is requested to order the monwcnlth Attorney alleging that seer, tnry to grant nccobs to tho books, Mrs. Horndon, May 27, nftor publlca-I- n n telegram sent to him last night tlon of the editorial, received an tin-t- f. Chesloy II. Searcy, chairman of the slgbed letter. Tho notice stated that Ropublicon State Campaign Commit-- , tho defendants would attempt to show by comparison of tho latter with jury teo After Mr. Cohen had pleaded that lists written by Judgo Khca that ho ho had no authority to permit an ox- - was tho author of it. Tho notice was amlnntlon of tho books, tho Itopubll- - mndo public this week through the can Cnmpalgn Committee Immediate- - Herndons' pnper. ly communicated with members of tho Hoard of Agriculturo by telegraph, (apt. v. k. bkxxett dead. rive of them at once replied that the) ,hnd no objection to tho proposed examination. LCOHEN HOLDING eo Norris Says Purpose Of Japan To Paganize All Asia. Washlngton, r , Grccn,-Agrlcultu- ro Coin-recor- ds Oct. IS. Another attack on the Shantung provision by Senator Norris, Republican, Neb., and a ten minutes' speech of the samo character by Senator llorah, Idaho, constituted the sum of the Semite's progress today In Its colli LADIES' SOCIAL CLUB RESUMES ACTIVITIES sldorntion of tho peace treaty. Tomorrow tho speech making will After two years spent by Hie. Social continue and although some of tho lenders think a vote on tho Shantung Club In Red 'Cross work and other threo-houn considerable number had met, it was noticed that tho lights were not performing well, and Mr. Whltler.went Into tho room where tho lighting plant was kept, some ten feet from tho main church building., to look nftor tho machine, when the explosion occurred, presumably caused by tho striking of n match and the consequent Ignition of escaping gas. Mr. Whltler was bndly burned and stunned by tho explosion, tho small building was totally demolished and tho main .church edifice considerably damaged. Fortunately occurred before many had gathered, as It would havo been certain to result seriously for quite a number. Republican committee will Institute suit for a mandatory Injunction to compel compliance with Its wishes. Mr. Searcy's tolegram to Mr. Cohen follows: "Hon Mat S. Cohen, "Rraukforl, Ky. "I have received the following telegrams from five out of nine members of the Hoard of Agriculture: 'If not already audited have no pcrnonal objection to Stnte Fair books being audited Immediately by expert accountant. They belong to the citizens of Kentucky and tho people have a right to know when, where and how evCnpt William Earl Hcnnett died at ery penny of their money has Monday his homo In Owensboro, been spent. JAMES H. NASH. morning at I!: 15, nftor an Illness of 'Member.' 6nl a Tow hours. Capt. Dennett " 'Your wire. I have no objecsuffered a paralytic stroke whllo on tions to Immediate examination duty with tho U. S. Army in tho Philippine Islands about five years ago of Stato Fair books. ' MI. M. FOREMAN. and although much Improved, he had 'I have no objections to nn no'u fully recovered from the stroke immediate examination of Stato and while his general health had reFair records. cently been belter, death" through 'T. L. HOUNSHV.' apoplexy or kindred affection, by tho terrible paralytic 'Have no objections any properly authorized examination of stroko of fcoino years ago, was tho result, early Monday morning. Stato Fnlr books. 'THOMAS COOPER.' Aftor funeral sorviccs, conducted 'Replying to your wlro asking at tho home, burial of the remains If I have any objection to Imtook placo at Rose Hill, Owensboro, of Stato Wednesday at 2 p. m. mediate examination . Capt. Uennctt was 47 years of age Fair books by expert accountants, I have no objection. and had been la tho U. S. Army since 'FRED R. ULACKHURN.' early manhood, having risen from tho Ho performed dls- vlow of tho fact that thoso flvo ranks to Captain. "In the tlltguishcd sorvlco In. the Spnnlsh-llonr- d members constitute a majority of of Agriculturo, which you con- -' American War, which earned promo-ten- d has solo right to pormit an ex- - Hon. Since It developed that ho nmlnatlon of tho books of tho Ken-- 1 could not recover sufficiently to State Fair, I want to ask It you sumo his duties with thq nrmy, ho vwlll immediately notify the secretary. was placed on tho retired Hut by the fot tho Statu Fair to penult us to havo authorities, with the usual pay $210.00 por dor such conditions. to thoso books. of October 12 bays month. The enforced retirement of "Your lottor dlsappolnt-Doard that you havo called a mooting of tho Capt, Hcnnett was a toro Agriculturo for pctober 25, inont to him, as ho was exceedingly of ' request for tho ex- - anxious to bo with his command whllo n' which IJiho imlnatlon of tho books will bo pro- - It was performing servlco In Franco. Cnpt. Hcnnett was n son of Rov. seated to tho board, "This meeting Is so closo to tho and Mrs. Obed Hcnnett, both deceas- Ho married Miss Ida Purcell, of olectlon that it will not nfford us suf-'e- d. llclont tinio to mnko a ihoro oxamlna- - Red Hill, Davloss county, nbojit 10 ngo, to which union four chil-pl- o Hon nifd thereafter ncqualnt tho ts of tho Stnto of Kentucky with tho dren wore born, of whom three vlvo, togethor with Mrs. Dennett, who by such records. ns disclosed "I request and oxpeel an iminedlato Is an invalid now at uopKinsvwo, ior treatment. Tho deceased Is also surreply.' vived by a sister, Mrs. Will Ilrown, Bliukey To Pirparo Suit. noar this placo and by R. E. Duke, Tho campaign conimltteo has om-Jployqd Clayton II. Hlackoy to preparo foreman Tot this offlco, It. L. Duko, of and prosecute suit, If It should bo - 'of Hondersoh and Mrs. J. tho lat- como necessary. Tho Republicans Williamson, West Virginia, aro nnxlous to obtain access to the tor threo, brothors and sisters by a fair records as soon ns possible. As second murriago ot Capt. Dennett'') stntod in Mr. Searcy's tolegram, If mother. m tho examination wero dalnyod until M cCO V SXO l)G t ASS. Octobor 25 thoro would bo no after opportunity thereafter to acqunlnt Mr. Roy Snodgrass and Miss Mario the public with facts disclosed. Mr. Searcy declared last night that McCoy wero married at the homo of If the examination should disclose a Judgo Mack Cook, Monday, In the praiseworthy condition of tho fnlr and presenco of only a fow relatives and its management, full credit will bo friends. Mr. Snodgrass was formerly a resigiven to those to whom credit Is due. dent of Ohio county, but now resides at Hurley, Oklahoma. Ho is a son ot JUDGE RHEA CHARGED WITH ANONYMOUS LETTER 0. W, Snodgrass and a nephow of County Judgo Mack Cook. The Hrldo Is n daughter of Mr. J. (The Courlor-Jourual- .) Kussellvtlle, Ky., Oct. 11. A no- - P. McCoy, whosq home Is.adjacent to tlce thdt an anonymous letter contain this place, Hoth of these young peo- i,r imumni.'B of the vilest sort" was'plo aro vory highly esteomed by a resolved by Mrs. A. M. Herndon and' large circle of friends, They will tUfi evidence would be offered to make thelrfuturo homo at Colfax, 111. un-accI poo-yoa- rs sur-fucof W.-Sla1 Mr. Cohen perIn placing obstacles in the way sists of an examination of the books, tho . In the event that Somcj's 'IVleram. . amendment may be reached Wednes- wnr activities, the ladles decided to day, others are not so optimistic. Sen- renew their pleasant social relations, ator Norris, who occupied most of by reorganizing their club. Mrs. E. K. Dirkhcad was the cordial tho two previous sessions with his Shantung speech, concluded today Lostcss to the ladies Wednesday afterafter again assailing tho accuracy of noon Oct., ICtli. Old members and statements made by President Wilson now enjoyed the games, whlcif'wcre spirited and lively. A dainty collaIn his Western addresses and declaring that after the President had ac- tion was served after the games. Those enjoying Mrs. .Dirkhead's knowledged he was wrong ho had ' gone on misstating the facts about hospitality wore: Mesdamcs T. II. tt, Hlnck, E. G. Darrass, L. G. Shantung. R. T. Collins, E. W. Ford, M. L Defeat Christianity. J. P. Tayior, W. S. TInsley, Senator Derail also declnrcd Mr. Wilson had been mistaken In his R. E. L. Slmmcrmnn, II. E. Mischkc, statement that John Hay was secre- 'a. C. Porter, C. O. Hunter, Hooker tary of state when the German Williams, J. S. Glenn, Misses Mary Rowe, Lettle Marks and" Sophia Woer- rights In Shantung were acquired. Quoting from the reports of mis- ner. sionaries in regard to conditions in LOUISVILLE MARKETS Korea, Senator Norris declared the purpose of tho Japanese government Cattle Desirable light butcher catto ilrlvo Chrlstlnnlty out of Asia nnd that tho United States would be aid- tle were rather scarce and sold fully ing in that attempt if It acquiesced in steady to strong with opening day's the treaty proposal to extend Japan- 'prices. No chango in the medium nnd common grades. ese rule over Shantung. Quotations: Prime heavy steers, "I can not see how Christian people can read of conditions In Korea," $12. HO (iT13; heavy shipping steers, ho declared "and then ask .is to ratify $ll(Ji12.50; medium steers, $10. this treaty arid not prot-- si against i 111; light steers, $9 10.50; fat hclf-le$S11; fat cows, $7.5010.50; nation that carries ou such work. It brings us fico to face with the fact 'fat heifers, $8011; fat cows, $7.50 that wo can not nfiord. to lurn over j10.50; medium cows, $67.50; Shantung to tin heathen country of 'cutters, $5.25G; cannors, $55.25; Ibulls, $67.50; feeders $911; Japan. stockers $7 10.25; choice milch Lodge S'M'aK Today. 'I am not a member of any church cows, $95115; medium, $G595; or religious organization, but may my 'common, $50G5.' j Calves Prices unchanged.' Rest lips bo sealed with eternal slteine11; I give official approvnl of an act veals, $161C,50; medium, $8 to stamp out tho roliglon of Jesus common-J5.503,- S. Hogs Steady prices prevailed on Christ and put Paganism in its stead." nil weights. Rest hogs, 165 lbs up, $14.50; 120 to lG5Ibs, $13.75; pigs, MARTLN-WILSOthrowouts, 120 lbs down, $12.25; and Miss $11.50 down. Mr. Chester A. Wilson Sheep and Lambs Demand good, Mnurlno Martin were united in mar of tho brldo's pnr-on- ts, with values on n steady basis. Dest riage at tho home in Cromwell yesterday afternoon sheep, $C; bucks, $4 down; choice nt-- 3 o'clock, In tho presenco of their lambs, $13; seconds, $S9; culls, immediate relatives and friends. Tho $5 6. Hardly enough chojep lambs coremony being performed by Rov coming to fill local needs. Bulk of day's run composed of stock owes R. 11, Noel, of Morgantown. Grain. Hrldo Is tho daughter of Tho Mills are paing $2.13 for No. 2 R. H. and Mrs. Martin, who until recently resided hero, while the wheat and $2 10 for No. 3, prices beGroom Is a son of Mr. Robort Wilson, ing ndjuste'd on seaboaul basin under of Wilson's Ferry, on Green River, Food Admlnlstratio'i regulations. Current approximate boiling prlcea whoro he is highly regarded by all who know him. The newly wedded quoted by local commission dcnlers couple will mnke their home on tho on carload lots are1 No. 2 whit?, SI S7 bu.; Nu Corn farm of Mr. Wilson. congratulates the 2 yellow. $1.57; No. 2 mixed, $1.51. Tho Republican Oats No. 2 white. 74c; No. 3 splondld young people and extends health, wealth Whito, 73V.c; No. '2 mixed, 73c; No. lncero wishes for their and continued happiness throughout 3 mixed, 72V.C. Current approximate buying prices their wholo lives. carload lots are: o No. 2 white, shelled $1.48 Corn PHKXCII .BRIDE FOR OHIO COUNT V ROY bu; No. 3 whito, shelled $1.47. cent per bushel Oats Ono-hn- lf Charlie L. Stovons, son ot l!) M. less than selling price. I'roiliico. Stevens, residing a few miles enst ot buying Produce dealers quoto town, arrived home sevoral days ago, prices as follows (net to shippers) tho bringing with him a French Urlde. The youifg Soldier and his brldo shipper paying freight and'draynge aro, for the present at the homo ot charges): Eggs Candled, GO 51c. his father. Whllo the family and neighbors are not able to understand Hutter Countryi 38c. Poultry Hens, 21 23c lb; largo a word uttered by Mrs. Stevens, nor 25c tb; small is she able, to understand anything spring chickens, 21 spoken by them, yet she has made a spring chickens, 29 30c lb.; roosters splondld impression on all who havo H2ffi)14c lb.: ducks. 18GT20c lb.: mot hor. Mrs. Stovons' maiden nnmo turkoys, 25 27c lb. was Madeline Hlock. So far as our knowledge oxtonds MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED Mrs. Stevens is the first French War Hrldo to arrive In Ohio County. H. M. Cotton, Olaton, to Annio Wude, Olaton. KXPLOSIOX DAMAGES Thomas Bonnett, Centortown, to CHURCH AT FORDSVILLE My i tie Bell, Centertowu. Plautus C, Hockor, Beaver DainTto The explosion of a carbide-ga- s lighting plant, used in lighting tho Cecil Myers. Beaver Dam. Roy Snodgrass, Hurley, Okla., to Fordsvillo Baptist Church did dam-ag- o estimated to bo ubout $500, Wed- Marie McCoy, Hartford. Chostor A. .Wilson, Loganspnrt, to nesday night of this week. The Junltor, Mr. Charlie, Whltler, Maurlne C. Martin, Cromwell, Alfred Fuqua, Simmons, to Olga had lighted tho -- generating devise some time before the congregatlou White, Echols. John II. Loug, Roslne, to Annie gathered, In a revival meeting, being condtictwd there. Beforo any very Craig, Roslne, Dn-re. rs be-fo- ro 50' more. Subscribing membership has been discontinued, and thoso desiring Iho Red Cross Magnzlno will subBUT-LITT- LE CHANGE scribe for it separate from tho $1.00 annual duos, tho subscription prlco being $1.00. Fifty cents of overy $1.00 membership retained Passes Restful Night But by tho chapter, nndwill bocents will fifty go to the natlonnl organization. Still Bothered With The drlvo will open with sermons-oHeadache tho Rod Cross preached in all tho churches on November 2, nnd wilt closo with final reports to national Washington, Oct. 15. Thero was headquarters on November 11. no material chango In President Wil WAGES JUMP FROM TO son's condition today. The treatment I'm PER CEXT IX 4 YEARS given him by Dr. H. A. Fowler, Washington specialist, enabled him to Boston, Oct. 14 Average wages of spend a restful night last night, nnd MAt ft. nt..t.f Inn.llHH In A n m,t mm mm ho enjoyed his breakfast this morn- measured by average hourly earnings, ing, but was somewhat troubled dur- iicrcased all the way from 74 per cent ing the day with a slight 'headache. to 112 per cent during the period The headache Is understood to be from September 1914 to March 1919, a recurrence of the attacks suffered according to a report Issued y by the President while on his trans- ny tno mtionai industrial uonierenco continental trip. For ten days of the Board. Western tour ho was bothered'great-l- y Increases In weekly earnings of by severe headaches, but these men ranged from 62 per cent to 110' were taken to be only ono clement in per cent. Percentage Increases in his general norvous exhausted con- - earnings of female workers were simiitlon. lar in thoarespectivo Industries, with; Has Good Xiglit however, a somewhat wider range. Today's bulletin from the corps of The eight Industries Included were physicians at tho White House had metal, cotton, wool, silk, boot, and this to say: shoe, paper, rubber and chemical "The President had a good night's manufacturing. rest, enjoyed his breakfast and aside m from ,a slight headache continues to KAIILY MORXIXG BLAZE. The condition make Inprovement. which caused the restlessness of MonThe town was aroused last Friday-morninday night, and about which Dr. Fqw-le- r at 4:40, by the ringing of was consulted, gavo no trouble irebells.' The occasion was the burniduring the night." ng- of a coal house on the promises GRAYSON, where Mr. A. J. Williams resides, near RUFFIN, the intersection of Center with STITT. Moantlme the President passed a A considerable amount of coal had calm day in accordance with the rest been stored in the building apma two and quiet prescription of his doctors, weeks prior to the fire a'nd the only and It Is understood no outside mat- explanation of tho burning. Is that tho ters were brought to his attention. coal heated and spontaneous combus- Many bouquets of flowers were sent Hon resulted. The building was toto the White House today not only by tally destroyed, though a considerapersonal friends of tho President, but ble portion of tho coal was saved. outsiders as well. Had the fire 'occurred a few days earlier when everything was so, dry, LYOX MAKES hXAr more serious results would likely AT BELGIAN QUEEX havo happened, owing to tho close proximity of other buildings. m Glacier Point, Cal., Oct. 15. Thru the valley of tho Yosenilte, where the NO COAL STRIKE LIKELY IX STATE TMtEDICTIOX sun, moon, and at least ono star were visible at midday, the king and queen Lexington, Ky., Oct. 15 That tho of the Belgians came here today. For tho queen it was one of her special Kentucky coal miners aro not likely days' In tho United States. At the to walk out even though tho threaten government ranger station near Jose-mit- o ed strike of bituminous coal miners village, she stroked the ears of goes lntp effect November 1, was th a mountain lion and then, when no prediction made today by R. A. Hoard, ono was looking, stepped Insido tho secretary of the Hazard Coal Oper.- cage to inspect it more closely. Tho ators Exchange, with principal ofHon snapped at tho fur In tho sleeves fices in Lexington. Tnis predictlonJs based on tho fact of her.coat'and hor majesty retreated the majority of the Kentucky mine.--J but not In disorder. At an Indian camp sho chatted with are Americans and will not bo Influx a squaw but displayed no inclination enced by foreign agitators. KentucA shy Indian lad ky, however, would bo unable to supto kiss a papoose. of six was asked If ho recognized tho ply anything like the demand and ia queen, and ho replied: caso the strike is called, it Is thought "Sure, I saw her photograph In a prices of coal would moro than treble. San Francisco paper." Tho queen rodo horseback this aft- DAYLIGHT ROBBERS GET $0,000 IX DETROIT ernoon from the village to Glacier ns did tho king. Point, Detroit, Oct. 14 Three armed men shortly after noon today entered an LEPROSY PATIEXTS DISMISSED CURED East Side branch of tho Common' wealth Federal Savings Bank, took an ' Honolulu, Oct. 14. Announcement undetermined amount of curroncy has been mndo hero that complete and Liberty bonds and escaped In nn First reports said tho cures of leprosy aro being made at automobile. the Kalihl Territorial Hospital In this amount would reach $20,000 but It city, and that within tho last few was later slated it would not exceed $6,000. months twenty patients havo been without ono recurrence of tho BOARD t)F HEALTH disease. REPORTS IXFLUKNZA Dlood tests of discharged patients havo revealed no trnco of the leprosy Hartford, Oct. 16, 1919 Wo have germ. Patients now undor treatment located and reported In the county, re showing marked improvement. 12 Chaulmoogra oil, obtained from tho since October 1st, Influenza, Kurzil, for cases; Diphtheria, 22 cases; Scarlet seeds of tho Taraxogenes , fifty years known ns tho specific for fever, 21 cases. Wo havo two cases of scarlet fever-Ionly medicine .used leprosy, was the Hartford. Tho Board of Health in effecting the cures, tho oil having perfected by a refining process has advised a thorough cleaning ot been discovered by Dr. A. L. Dean, presi- all premises, backyards, closets &c Havo you dent ot chemistry and president of as a moans of prevention. attended to this matter? Woalso ' tho University of Hawaii. m recommond that every child be sent to tho family physician for examinaWHAT THE RED CROSS WILL ASK FOR SOON tion ot throat and lungs. We have advls"ed tho teachers to In order to complete its war obliga- send every child home from school, tions nt homo and abroad the Ameri- who Is indisposed or apparently all- -, can Red Cross will neod $15,000,000 Ing. By this means we hope to proand is taking measures to raise this tect the school children. Judge MACK COOK, Ch'mSn. amount from surplus of the various Dr. E. B. PENDLETON.-Secy- . chaptors so that the drive from No2 to 11 maybe purely a raeiu. vember ASSESSM KNT NOTICE. borshlp drlye.and the funds raised If you want to be a lawabldlug citmay bo used in carrying out tho otter izen, come and give us a list of your war activities ot the organization. The present membership is about taxable proporty.between now and tho, 20,000,000, and this, number ha been 1st of Novembor.- " ,. D. E. WARD, taken as a basis tor the 1920 enrollTax Cotn'r., Ohio Co. ment, but It ia hoped tb,ere will be PRESIDENT SHOWS ' 7-- to-da- Clay-stree- t. pa-rol- J s W' TAXPAYERS CANT GIVE PROBLEM WITH LAHGE3T TAXE8 IN HIS. TORY OF STATE, HUNDREDS ; OF SCHOOL TEACHERS i GET LESS PAY. , I 1 -- . -. .'isarwtxuniui iT- - (7 ROBBING THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS When the Democrats at Frankfort passed the new law ralstnn everybody's taxes, they promised the people more money for the public schools. GILBERT'S SALARY LIST Head of Department of Education Runs Up Dig Dills In His Office For Stenographers and Clerks. One problem the taxpayers of Kentucky, pnrtlctilnrly those- - who linve children In (lie public schools niu thoso vho tench, enn not solve, Is tills: Given the largest nmount of taxes In the history of the state, wliy 1ms Uic present Democratic administration Slcn Hie school teachers hi 40 counties of the state I.12SS money In 1017, IMS ami 1011) tlian In 1010, and In 71 counties LESS In 10.17 and 101S than In Instead, they have deliberately robbed the teachers by reducing their pay and they have robbed the children by reducing the school year. Taxes on the equalized value of all property assessed have In. creased every year millions of dollars. In spite of this, forty. nine counties In the State received LESS money for teachers' salaries In 1917, 1918 and 1919 than tKey did, in 1010, and seventy-on- e counties In the State received LEGS money in 1917 and 1918 than they did In 1916. The school year has been cut from seven months to six months. Why keep the Democratic rotators In office? CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORTI REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. CufTse owners fiefi) pay (ho expense or uic btnto noun Dnpartmont, hunters pay licenses to keep the State Game going, etc. The bald truth is uiiii every samry or tins clinrncter, fin well as every other expense nml A mans best pal is his smoke .HvHHIH i FRIENDSHIP HARD TO EXPLAIN Scientists Unable to Account for panlonshlp of Australian Death Adder and the Rat.- Thoiigh sclentlflcully regarded as "the most dangerous and probably the most deadly" of Australian snake", the death nddcr has to Its credit many everyday proofs to the contrary; mi ninny, Indeed, that some are Inclined to class It as comparatively harmless, the reasons for such opinion being: (i, ,ile snmll Ze f 10 creimir,,, u ,ua ,'ua ... ,i,.i fcrwl ttl(ll nmivertentlv; (2) Its amla-,'- f (3) the fnct unless the "cnMtlve membrane at the end of the ". ' the curved spine , the every cent collected In taxes aro levied and paid tinder laws enacted by n Democratic .State l.eglslnture. "Tom Ulii-- can ijuote figures until his head aches, but the people of Kentucky know Just us well ns he does ... ...... . t... ,i nil,cr "" ""V"1 Insurance than they lrotniunw ever paid 3010? before, o. Gray, superintendent of The figures show that since taxes Insurance Hating Hoard, has him-- ' wens raised the stale Is about nblo to clf made the statement that rates W Percent In thofneo cleft-aIts current expenses, and, while '",0r0 ?L".1 "y l,,s s3mi lir flAt1it lina lulntl itiitil siti Llli: OLULIT . wmH. ? ltd lLLII irtllll JU nriwv viv '"' l""C '" W0 " 'i , debt, there has been no i.ronortlom.to "Nothing goes with me like a good stoLy" Chcs. Field set no limit on your smoking enjoyment. Their smooth, rich, even flavor keeps right on pleasing your taste down to the last half-inc- h. .. j -!- - oi ino cmmron. am teachers' salaries. uawu - TS -- t'.,0.T . ,.. ,.,r,f ,,..,..... re-th- .t EVERY with satisfy. For Chesterfields Chesterfield you light begins and i"y"B . However, the taxpayers do know that the minute Superintendent Gilbert KOt In ollico ho began to add n lot of stenographers and clerks to Ms own oflice force, and that the salary list is now three times what It was under Gov. Wlllson (Ilepublican). They also know that Superintendent Gilbert's printing bill Is three times what it was under the Itepubllcnii administration. This does not make the taApjyerg feel any more jovial when they think of the $1.1,000 bill lie ran up on them for getting out the famous "Sore Toe" book nntf "School Architecture In Kentucky," which cost them nearly $0,000. The people were well acquainted with Superintendent Gilbert's fondness for travel when he was an assistant in the olllce of Suerlutemlent Ilunlett, where ho boosted his traveling" expanses from about SG0O a year to over 51.W0 a j ear. Since his election to the htghrr olllce Superintendent Gilbert lifts taken to trnveKng out of the state, ami one Item on the books nt frank-for- t, under the head of 'Inspector's Expense," Is the hill of the St. Charles Hotel at New Orleans, "V. O. Gilbert and wife, ltoom 170, 'J days, .S.00." WHO PAYS THE ;..": : ';::'"?": ". """"' lllVIIISUIilHCUra tire higher now than ever before." . "" In ; ' i,:1 ! ? - " I'S i S'insS. m be rs;z: no active reset English "College Men" Are Girls. War and the Industries made neces- wiry by war have had the elfect of do- plotlng the student bodies of the Hug- lNIi universities to an extent that will be serious this year. At the Unlver- Ity of nirnilnghani, one of the most modern and progressive seats of learn- Ing In Great Hrltnln, where scientific trainlng Is a specialty, all of the gradu- ates who received the degree of bath- elor of science this year were women, s of the masters of science s of the were' Japanese and bachelors of medicine were girls. Two-thirdfour-Hfth- Repudiated Citizen. "We've 'bout decided to oust old Hill Rottletop out o' this community," re- marked Hroncho Hob. "What has be been doing?" "Hasn't been doing anything. It's the way he talks. He says he doesn't mind these gasollncless days. What worries him Is these Uodgast saloonless j days." A FREIGHT? ... In the Courier-Journabout the State Instirnnco Itatlng Hoard not costing the taxpny-vr- s over $77,000 iu the last three yews Is like the story of the traveling man's overcoat," says n statement Issued by the Hepubllcan State Campaign Com-mltti- Tom Ithea's piece al "linen says the State Insurance Hating Hoard 's not costing the people a rvd cent, as the fund Is provided by a special nsM'SMiiont against the Insur- amt companies. "One time a green traveling man turned In n .small expense account and ninong Uie Items was this, 'One overcoat, SoO.' The boss wns In a rage, lie culled tho offender to his ollko and rend him the riot act. A year later, at tle annual round-uof the house, the bow grasped the traveler by the hand ould, 'Shake, old man. your amounts are fine; higher, of cnurae, liut no charges for overcoats." Then the trawling man said, 'So, Mr, jfou OiMi'l see the oert'o,its, but they're theiv, ju-s- t the siime.' The salaries of, the Insurance Itatlng Hoard (providing jobs for faithful Democrat;.) me paid nut of tho IMtekcis uf the people who buy Insur-:inJust as sure as the traelhu iMtu's linn pu'il for his overcoats. No one Knows It better than Tom Khea, iwjNi no useit to ue State Treasurer, nnd he knew where the money came from to paj tliioe saluiies. "The Inference that the taxpayers ilo not pay these salaries is too thin in Tool anybody. It Is time that the Is levied against the the companies, and they promptly adjust their rates to cover It. Tax-Jer- a In general nntl automobile p of trnde In European countries, In which Industrial art has played such an Im- portant role, Is full of suggestion to us. When Germany discovered nt the Paris exposition In 1S7R how crude and In- artistic her exhibits were, her greatest artists, laying aside their easels nnd canvases, began designing textiles, wall papcr, furniture nnd advertisements, The results of these activities we wit- ncssed In the German Applied Ars exhibition held la all our large cities a few years ago. Hy means of Intensive art education In Prussia the trade routes of the world were changed In favor of Germany. Trade In toys was diverted from Switzerland, in printing materials from England, and In dress trimmings frutn. France, hi Fr;mce und England In a similar way trade has been developed through attention to art education. Recalling Early Klondike. Just twenty years ago at this time, Joaquin Miller, being a true prospec tor, miner, and till around adventurer, ns well as a poet of nature, joined thousands of others on the long trail to the Klondike, and wrote back that, although his partj was supposed to he or the first to start, on Its arrival 11.200 claims had already been record- ed. It has always been a mystery how news of the dlscoverv of eold In the re- motest regions Is carried broadcast over the face of the earth. Where Joaquin Miller expected to find the quiet of his own Sierras, ho found pop ulous towns nnd camps, and was so disappointed l.j the discovery i.ud that he at oace took the long trull back. The great majority of those whom he left behind returned more leisurely, but they are nearly all back now. Chris tian Science Monitor. Benefit of Art Education. " A glimpse nt the development Jlnnj years nco n locality In Aus-- trnllu suffered from u rnld liv bush rats, which congregated In great num. hers. Similar plagues linve often been recorded from the western downs; but the coastal visitation was singular, for It was associated with death adders, which seemed- to be on good terms with the rats. One of the settlers was growing sweet potatoes on n fairly large scale for pig food, the plow bo- ing used for the harvesting of the crop. Seldom wns n furrow run for the full length of the' Held without turning both Adders and rnts. Suddenly the ruts migrated, and then the death udders disappeared, tew or either being seen for n decade when the association between them ws again sensationally Illustrated. T,1 daughter of n settler rose at dawn, nnd with others ran off tn the vegetable garden for salads for break- tasi- - While she wns looking for n secmly cucumber, a rat wns disturbed, nni1 almost immediately after she wn ,,itt!!1 ly a death adder which had lain lno''t at the very spot whence the rat had fled. The child recovered, while the deceptive snake, which will not submit to have its tall saluted even by the nlrlest of treads, wns 'killed. This Illustrates afresh the singular im sociutlon between nn adder and a rat. Why and for what purpose does this lppnrent amicability exist? - And no wonder. Tho great buying organization we main- tain in the Orient makes it possible for us to obtain the pick of the finest Turkish leaf. Experts blend these tobaccos with the best Domestic leaf; not in any fashion, but by our own exclusive process, that never varies. And actually this process brings out hidden flavors and new delights that give to hit-or-mi- ss . this cigarette a satisfying quality all its own. We don't care what cigarette you'vo been smoking, you'll like Chestcrlields better. Qap&li4Zp&U,SAbCC Co-- ,1 y JKKF DAVIS' XKI'IIKW IS KII.I.Kl) 1JV ALTO -- a A Hi n TT s iptt .' o-r s- - --i- ftokh) ;:: .. cyi xj v a J rd e.v-I- Occupants of the car, which was going at a slow speed, did not seo tho man until tho car struck him. Mr. World's Biggest Wireless Station. Alexander was 70 years of ago and Japan is to have the greatest wirea veteran of tho Spanish Ameriless station In the world, according to was n report to the Jupan Advertiser. It can war, being a member of Company Witnesses say will he built In I'likushlnaf prefecture, I of Bourbon County. ho stepped from behind a truck says the department of communicaIn front of the niachliio and tions, anil will cost 800,000 yen (?K!0,-000- ). The dispatch station will bo nt that the accident was unavoidable. Illliiirlgalmra, near Ilarlainnchl, and the receiving station will be at Surgeons agree, that in cases of Survey work hits been startcuts, burns, bruises and wounds the ed by engineers of the department. Suspicious. The direct distance between the new first treatment Is most Important. ''They say something broke out about ofllce and San Francisco Is 1,000 miles, when an efficient antlsoptlc is applied a nian In the camp which made some while that between the FiiiiiiIiiikIiI of- promptly, thoro is no danger of Insuspect he was In the pay of the llce nnd Honolulu Is .'l.'J."i0 miles. Servfection and tho wound begins to heal ki'Ner. Do you know what It was?" ice will not he opened for two jears. at once. For uso on man or beast. Ceriuuu uieuslvs." "Yes; tho The new olllce will coiuimmlcate direct Ilorozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic and with San Francisco without relay In healing agent. Buy It now and bo Hawaii. SI ready for an emergency. Prlco 25c, ROOT OUT THE ROTATORS COc, $1.00, and $1.50.- - Sold by Ohio Caves Bear Traces of Old Conflict. Four years ap,o when Owsley Stanley was running for the nominam Only 'JO miles from I'hoeulx, an County Drug Co. tion for Governor of Kentucky he damned the Democratic rotators In i irlzoiui man, Joseph Yherrl, hi explor-in- g office from one end of the State to the other. Till: AGK OF WOMKN. three caves on tho edge of a gulch, Nevertheless, five candidates out of the nine on the Democratic luine upon the traces of an old State ticket four years ago, of which Stanley was the head, cither were Tim Aro you going to Allco's whoso cause and date are still then or had been holding State o'fices. a mystery to tho community. Observ- birthday party? Today the same old crowd of rotators Is trying to keep its 6tangle ing that one of tho caves was protectTom What birthday is It? hold on the State government. Five candidates out of the nine on the ed by a breastworks of stone and timTim Hor 20th. present Democratic ticket are now or have been holding State offices. ber, ho entered and discovered, among Tom No, I went last year. Gov. Dlack has been First Assistant Attorney General, Lieutenant scattered saddles, spurs, and cartridge Froth. :; Agricul-tur- e Governor and Governor. John W. Newman, Commissioner of shells, eight skeletons. Seventeen more under McCreary; Matt Cohen, present Commissioner of Agricuwere found In tho ihher caves, but Indigestion, ltllloiisiiess, CoHstlpatiou. lture; Henry Bosworth, former Treasurer and Auditor; Henry F. Tur-ite- r, there was no clew to show liow these Chamborlaln'8 Tablets havo restorpresent State Inspector and Examiner by appointment of Stanley men hud perished. A sack of tobacco and retained by Black, are all candidates for State offices. wns there, and empty flour bugs, coffee ed to health and happiness hundreds cups, and pulls which hero labels Indi- who wero afflicted with indigestion, THE ONLY WAY TO CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORT RIGHT fl IS TO VOTE THE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN TICKET. cating that they were oa the market biliousness jiud constipation. If you no longer ago than 1003. A Mexican are troubled in this way glvo them REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. herb, such as the l'apago Indians cur- n trial, You are cortaln to boplea3-o- d s ry, was fotuid. .. m (or thoy will benefit you. u Iloso-ya-eh11con-(He- r, Aviator's Heart Enlarned. Doctors Ktlenuu and Lnmy of Xnn- cy, France, have conducted n series of examinations of the hearts of aviators and have found evidence of considerable enlargement. ThlTlieart enlargement sets In early In the lly- lug man's career, being notieenbie lifter five months of experience In the air. The degree of enlargement Is i mighty proportioned to the height nt which the aviator Is accustomed to lly, so that simple examination of the vruy piate stiuices to iieteruuue a man's branch of Hying service, whether ho Is doing chasing nnd bnniblng work nt high altitudes or Is engaged iu harrying Infantry, etc., at comparatively low altitudes. The enlargement seems to bo sym- metrical, and It does not appear to Invnlve serious trouble. It Is due to tho heart's adapting Itself to the extra wi mt upon It by change In the ',0"l circulation because of the vary-on- e '" eondltlons In the atmosphere through which the nvlator tiles und to the general happenings Incident to aviation. y -- &&ft. 1hf -- : twz.j9mf and the blend can't be copied Isaac S. Paris. a grand-nepheof Jefferson Davis, president of tho Confederacy, was killed tonight by being run over by an automohilo In front of tho llourbon Comity Y. M. C. A. bulld-Inw Ky., Oct, 11. 3SSFS133S5BG3S5s. 3ftk i Net Contents 15Pluitl Dracl im m i i f t iifl(mPftiniB wjh n Vat UH hu 0 u U vi JUKNI 5VJIB' n 5?aiiHi i i l mm nn i w vt-- r & kv mm iv. fit at m A tn &. For Infanfs nivl Children. Tho machine was being driven by Stanley Dickson, of North Middle-tow- n. Mothers Know That Genuine Castosia .nv tV "" AVciclaWe IVcparalionfcrAs" LGOIlOL-l'l"0J- v Similaimumcioouujii.- ".i..t.(.;,m,f,cnminowVlS0I " nni;iuv-j'w'Kv''.- Always, " j. Bears tho Signature .. . ?? J2 w u W Mineral. m " of St M . jfV I . JiocbViSJIl 'Sir IfiJ- ?. ; . Hum Snl wny ,( u.c '?; S25JS. I-- Const!. nSon and Diarrhoea ;. Cl In Use For Over cir.1 - v 'rcstiltlniffomil!?'311 Tac Simile ... "' i.oss ur ivverishncssnml ";,;,., i ft St!" to $S' 5inair- - 183 'CZ""i luff TMEW m Jfc Vpj n Thirty Years j- T- CASTORBA THIOINUURCOMMNV, NEW VOMN Exact Copy of Wrapper. CITY, Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Work Delivered Promptly. j " MOVINGJTPLANE Just a Possibility of the Not Vory Distant Future. No WHAT STANLEY PROMfSED; . AND WHAT THE TAXPAYERS GO! Reason Why, When Sanity Returns to the Earth, Airplanes Should Not De Used for Prosaic Commercial Purposes. Time After tho wnr. r- - ' a I'ltiec .Somewhere In the United fjlntes of the world. Mrs. John. Smith discovered pressing buttons nt (In base nf n wlrelesi lilcphnne In n plainly, hut nillstlcnlly furnished mom. I'm nl tnt 0 iiit'liiile.M u grand pluno, n htiulirusc, etc. On the Iihino Is ii (Jcrnmn helmet. Mr. Smith, speaking Into the phono: "Hello. Is this the olllco of the Alrphinu Moving company? Huh? "Well, this N Mrs. .Trfhn .Smith nt flS1 l'('rhlng ttvelltte. I'm going to move today to DtKKi Koch nvemie and 1 want yini to heinl one of jour lifter the furniture. And suy, tell your men to he direful not to mtu teh the pluno or dent the helmet that my husband got from the Gernlr-plnn- iJ'si:i CAMELS' and SH?ssle& chdceT-omest- ic expert blend of choice 1 ( rN Thp v Holders (,x y 18 cents i man. trnii'-iitlnntl- a package ff ?& i " es, I want you to come rlislit nwny. I'm leaving for Franco tonight on the Camels are sold everywhere in scientificMinn o'clock airship." ally sealed packages of 20 cigarettes; or Such Incidents may "be evcrjdny octen packages (.200 cigarettes) in a currences In the nenr future, considercarton. We strongly ing the development of the iilrphine. recommend this carton for the home or n mutter of fuel nn ulrplune recent-As office supply, or when you travel. curried nn uptight piano from LonR. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY don to Purls nlong with sexcnil When A. 0. Stanley was a candidate for governor In 1915 he said, "I'll Vmton-SltN. C. Tlil was done to demon-Finit- e make the heads of these office holders on cipitol square look like pumpkins power on a frosty morning." Instead there are 314 new office holders at a total the lifting mid carrying of the plane. It was one of the huge yearly cost to the taxpayers of $526,989.00. bombing types which are dropping explosives upon the Rhine cities, and of tlcTpathm ot tlie UillC'rStmesTn"TIio kilt umT'iiiiigucd: He pTofiubly TneW aWW 1M wnr, hut work wll'l he, resumed us soon the fellow's regiment was light In town course ued for war purpose. However, It may he wife fo predict as conditions permit. Scientific Amerut the time. 900 H r K ""5 that peace will not slow up the prac- ican. . "Sine jou're not enlisted?" never tical progress of aerial "transportation. "Yes, Mr," says the fellow. "I It Is not unlikely that within the presTo Make Flyers Invisible. was a soldier in my life." -? Man.v'clTorts are being made to make , The major laughed again and said: ent Kcneriitlou airplanes will he iw common as motor cars now are. The the airplane invisible from the earth stick to that and It will "All right, Just Kkjhoats will he manned hy the young when It Is soaring tlirmgli the ether. get you by. Sign here." Nj fellows who are either war a tutors or One Idea calls for the use of transpaThe fellow signed. "Now," said the are In training for that work. rent materhil, nt least for all purposes major, ."I suppose you want to leave So, It Is prohulile that these aviators where u canvas covering Is used at London as soon as possible?" of the future will guide the sky uuis present, such as the wings and the "Yes, sir." which will move our furniture. For, If fuselage. One of the latest Ideas of So they gave liliu u Yankee uniform help the buyer of coal at retail. COUNTRY SEEING ItEFOKM. HOl'K TO AVKKT and put'hhu In nn outfit which was mi upright pluno can he moved from the kind Is snld to be an ulrplune which MIXER STKIKK The lesson of this controversy Is to Paris In war times, It ap Uses uoiilnllauimnble celluloid for the Voing to France that same day. Iondin t.J that government ownership and conpears feaslhle to move upright, grand,' wings and other parts, and when fly-o- r Hedjaz, tho "holy land." of Arabia, n few hundred feet elevation Philadelphia, Oct. 12. Although trol do not Insure good service and is experiencing a war between tho any kinds of pianos or furniture) Ing ut Guide Posts at the Front. The government forces of King Hussein and Ibu Saud, from one section of the city to another, the apparatus Is quite Invislhle, uc-4- n One of the dllllcullles of the "walk the conference between bituminous reasonable prices. t cording to reports. A new mullllng Ing peace time. wounded" at the front, it has hem coal operators and miners, which was assumed responsibility for mining and of Nejd, a district in Central Arabia. "' ne ll"",,r w'rv" to ilomltMi the frequently noted. Is their Inability to hold here last week, ended In a dead- transportation; wages were inflated, The conflict arosepver a dispute as to Granted that a suitable landing' " nd. One advantage of the transpar-tilaneplace may he provided for the inoui determine the direction or locution of lock and it was announced that n efficiency was lowered, and prices the ownership of the district of IChur-m- a. ence Is that observations can he made the nearest tlrst-ulso Hint tin. fiirnltnr.. nmv ! station. To help general strike would be called for were pushed up to abnormal levels. According to late reports Hustransferred without Injury, a great lu all directions. this dltliculty the American Ked November 1, there were Indications And all the satisfaction that the conninny of the worries of moving day will Cross Is furnishing to the American today that the difficulties would yet sumer can get is in expressing his sein has sustained severe reverses. The victors are advancing toward become as forgotti-us the discomforts WITH THE COLORS HE LOVED army sewrnl thousand Miiall cloth adjusted. Doth sides officially opinion of government ways of doing Medina and their success "has occaof traveling tin ox wagon. In Its signs, the distribution f which will be willingness to meet business. Meanwhile he is assessed smooth ptib&age through the nlr china-war- e How an American in a Highland Regb- - follow the ndtanee of every American declared their sioned a widespread movement for rement Was Enabled to Join and the glass of the bookcase jittack. lted Cross .'men, stretcher again, and it was .strongly Indicated heavily for the government's experi- form throughout the country. Puriwill not he In danger of being broken. His Own People. bearers and runners will carry them, that a third interest, poslbly officials ments and it promises to he a long tanism is being revived. A society Thus, (he housewife of the future and they' will be tucked on trees, posts, in Washington, woubj bring them to- line before he can hope for a reasona- called the Akbwan brotherhood has ble degree of relief. Providence been formed with the object of bu-ishl- ng I wunt to tell you about a fellow the ground or any conspicuous object gether. , will not need to take much time from her duties as n member of the United here, writes Sergt. Lester S. Lowell of In the wake of the advancing men, John W. Lowis, acting president of Journal. from the country all luxuries dressNutious club on moving day to tender- - the headipmrters company of the One pointing the way to the llrst-altho United Mine Workers, left for Inm including smoking and drinking, as ly wrap up cups and saucers or to Uiiniircu nun 'iiuru tieni iimiicry, in u ing stations. dianapolis tonight. Before going ho of polygamy. well as vtho practice An Agreeable Surprise. rate the helmet that her husband cap- - letter to his brother, from u hospital The mnikers are of white cloth, issue tho He Is nn Amerl-ica- u with n large red cross at one end and announced that he would ' wnitlierii France. tured from a German when the Amer "About threo years ago when I was Drastic measures are being enforccil Tuesday. on by Indicnte -" to strengthen tho new faith. army occupied Metr. and Uerlln. ". l"'t when the war got going he u red arrow at the other tolted Cross striko call voto telegraph No striko will be necessary, ow- suffering, from a severe cold on my went to England and enlisted In the direction. The American mam conven- lungs and coughed most of the time Scottish regiment. They probably knev has been told by tinny otllcers that ing to the action of the recent Guns at Sea. night and day, I tried a bottle of When tho chest feels on fire, and. Naturally, being continually on thn he was an American hut they wlnkeu thee markers will save untold suffer- tion in Cleveland. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the throat burns, you have Indiges111., presisigned him up for three years. So some men, Thomns F. Urewster, of ing and even the. lives of move, a warship Ik a less satisfactory and de- dent of the conference, representing was surprised at tho promptness with tion, and you need Herblne to get rid gun platform than the solid earth, h put on kilts utid went to war. He us the seriousness of any wound served three years mid two months. pends largely upon the promptness tho operators, before leaving tho city which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. of tho disagreeable feeling. It drives liven lu the calmest sea vessels conHe was In the tlrst gas attack (YiiTes, a itli which It receives attention. today declared that the operators ames Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Many out badly digested food, strengthens stantly roll from side to side. Kg)pt mul Theoretically, the best time to lire Is l!lir) anil bus also fought lu were willing to meet with tho miners another has been surprised and pleas- the stomach And purifies tho bowels. was in London Land Girls' Winter Outfit. nt the moment between the rolls, jvhen Turkey. Ills regiment nt any time on n basis ot a modifi- ed with tho prompt relief afforded Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug after his three years and two months by this remedy. m Company. the deck Is perfectly lew!. It Is pracThe laud girls' winter outfit bus heeu cation of the demands. m . were mi. In the meantime America had ' exercising the attention of the Lou tically Impossible, howewr, to lire m entered the war and there were recruitat that moment. N'o matter how don ladles' tailors. Throughout the 'These Hats Wouldn't Eat My llcst London. This man apgirl who works on careful the gunner may lie, he tires ing olllces In for summer months the regimental commander iriii," Says Fred Lamb. his gun Just before or Just ufter the plied to his the land has presented a very smart a discharge, but It was refused, One appearance lu her fresh white tunic It's hard to keep rats out of a feed proper Instant. leave of was given n The rule lu the American navy Is to day he He went to the American reand knee breeches of khaki drill. The store. Tried for years. A nelghborabsence. coming colder weather, however, de- ling store sold mo somo ItAT-SNA"wait for the downward roll" that Is, cruiting otllce and said he wished to up something more sjihstnutlal 'It worked wonders. Gathered fire at the moment the ship Is about Mind you he wus lu full mands ? Bought & to move down through the motion ot Join the aimy. and nil, at the time. Ho than drill, and the laud suit of khaki dead rats every morning. kilts corduroy Is. the lutest vogue In Imoro ItAT-SNAthe waxes. The inaxlin lu the llrltlsh uniform, o Haven't a rat now. was shown In to a recruiting olllcer. uniforms, l'ockets, except as navy Is exactly the reverse; that Is, 4? f lie showed the olllcer papers to prove a decoration, have played u very minor They wouldn't eat my bestgraiu when 4? "wait for the upward roll," a rule that O 1 throw ItAT-SNA- P around." Threo that he was born lu Alabumu. part In feminine fashions for some sizes, 25c, GOc, $1.00. has been observed from the very earlio "AH right," said the otllccr. "You're ? est days of lighting by the gunners In I ears how, hut the tailors report that un American citizen, and you wunt to Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r, llrltlsh ships. the land girls Insist upon a full equip- enlist?" Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug ment of big workmanlike pockets In i ' "Yes sir." breeches and tunics. The women wnr Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker i To Rid the World of Yellow Fever. ..Ku.'r miy ,,revIous military exK! o in me jear jiiiu surgeon ucnerai jK.ronCeV" said the olllcer smiling. (.No woikers ure very particular uhout the Myrtle. m their uniforms and the outllts f Gorgjis headed a commission, of tliu wonder he smiled, The fellow was cut of now being turned out by the tullors, o International health hoard which HOUSKHOLl) HINTS. wealing three wound stripes at the In perfection of workmnnshlp and tin- 0 lted South America and delimited the' time.) Mi, compare very well with the most Heed beds of yellow fever, us u prelimi A littlo vinegar added to rinsing "No, sir," said the fellow. creutlons of fashion. o inary step In a campaign for completenmjor with , txnenslve The olllcer sent him to h water for black stockings will keep 0 ly eliminating "this disease from the u note, saying: "Please heur this man's them fast black. 0 world. It Is believed that the sources btory and tuke whatever action you liAHLY HIKING. BANK OF Is carried by To remove ink from tho fingers, xf Infection are at (luyaijull, Ecuador; think best." "I reckon." said tho first farmer, dampen' tho head of an ordinary In u region along the south shore of The nmjor rend.lt, and then read the ..tl,nt x got up earlier than anybody match and rub briskly on stain. HARTFORD. If you do 0 the Caribbean; In a strip along the questions us they were to I am always A clam, or an oyster shell In a, teanorth coast of llrazll ; mid In u certain unswers out the tho pnper. "'NJiuts in this neighborhood. on o up before 3 o'clock in tho morning." kettle will prevent lime from forming business with us your internrea on the west coast of Afrlcu. The written this 'no previous service?'" progress of this ambitious undertaking ,Tho second farmer said ho was al- on the sides. "No, sir." 0 Ohio lin uow im'iu luleirupeil. by, tluj pur- ests are protected. . The major Ipnkedjit the plaid o.f th ways up beforo " that and had part of: Two tumblers of grated horseradish his work done. added to a barrel of elder will preofr County's oldest financial in- Tho first farmer thought ho was a vent contents from turning sour. 0 out, A few liar, and decided to find . mm WHAT CAN WE DO TO BE SAVED s stitution. mornings later ho got up at 2 o'clock HUT THE CONSUMER PAYS. of On June 30, 1910, the taxpayers of Kentucky wer paying 5 per and wont to tho neighbor's house. Ho c cent Interest on outstanding warrants to the amount of (3,556,634.87, rapped on the back door and tho woPeoplo who aro paying abnormal fc They would have been paying Interest on $4,926,455.26 but for the fact man of tho houso opened It. find littlo conlfort lu prices for coal ofr that, ten days before and on the eve of a political campaign, a call was "Whoro is your husband?" asked tho controversy between tho fuel ad0 Issued for the payment of warrants amounting to $1,369,920.39, Even expecting to find tho man tho farmer, 0 ministration and tho dlrector-genorwith this call Issued, there was a cash balance in the State treasury on r- ' m' in bed. t vune 30, 1919, of $1,120,555.81. The total yearly Interest on this $4,926,. of tho railroads. Tho government ..- i I.H. ii was around here early In tho fuel official asserts that tho minors "Ho 155.26 at 5 per cent is $246,322.76. 'morning," answered his wlfo, "hut 1 can produce 40 per cent more coal The present Democratic State administration collected from the oh don't know whoro ho Is now." people In forty.two months $11,194,418.69 MORE than Gov. Wlllson's than the country can burn and that if & -- months and spent (Republican) administration collected In forty-fou- r cars enough aro provided coal will c Glvo nra tho man who can bo cheerIn forty.two months $12,214,118.45 MORE than the Republican admlnls. ho plentful and reasonable In prico. ful when tho signs say that hu is tratlon spent In forty.four months. administraoh own and out. Tho man who goes af- Tho retort of the railroad HARTFORD, KY. Five out of the nine Democratic candidates on the State ticket are tion is that the fuol crowd is making when tho odds are against him been holding State offices. ter it cither now or have excuses for tho situation at tho mines and goes with a smile. CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORTl ofr and Is trying to shift the blame on . . & REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. Tho world Is his who can see thru the railroads. But wherever the blame lies, the argument does not Its pretentious. 1 r tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had Camels give such universal delight.such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation I If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant' cigaretty odor, smoke Camels! If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil'- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you can! Camels' expert blend makes all this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in. the world at any price ! 1 1 ,r I jj & 4T 1lPTi3a h rk t L-- s. ' d . d I . I P. I Hgii-cultur- P. ti i ,'. Burglar Insurance - a-- - BANK OP HARTFORD . lf9V9$99? Hi. v " w( The Hartford Republican COMPANY Published Weekly by HAllTFOm) PRINTING Incorporated ' W. S. TINSLKV, Editor nnd Business Mnnngcr. much doubt whether one man out of Entered according to law nt the every flvo In Kentucky, knows that as follows: Ky., as mall RECEIPTS. Postofllce, Hartford, prohibiwo are to vote on matter ot the second class. $ 3.62S.40 tion, nt tho coming election, Novcm-- . Jan. 1st, amount cash on hand In General Fund 4,521.85 to her tho 4t.h In this County we have Jan. 1st, amount cash on hand In Sinking Fund Address nil communications ;.. 2.170.9S already mndo nnd delivered the bal- Jan. 1st, received from S. O. Keown, Sheriff, for taxes The Hartford Republican. 174.21 lots to tho County Clerk. The ques- Jan. 1st, received from W. C. Illankenshl",. Co. Clk land sales,. . 1,000.00 Jan. 6th, received from Edgar Uamnrd, loan to County tion of amending llw U.wa to make It NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. 4S.11 Jan. Sth, received from Grayson County, payment of bridge Subscribers desiring the paper sent lllegnl to manufm tura or sill liquor Jan. 6th, received from State, on Hartford arid Centcrtown road. . 4,015.43 to a new address must glvo tho old &c, is upon a separate ballot. 2,000.00 Jan. 20th, received from S. O. Keown, Sheriff, for taxes address in making tho request. 2 1.90 Business Locals and Notices 10c Feb. (Wth, received cost, J. L. Miller, 'road case. . ., Our good friend, tho Herald, in an )er line, and 5c per liuo for addition1,000.00 In the current Is- Feb. 14th, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes editorial statement al Insertion. 9,175.00 Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards sue says that tho Fire Marshall's of- Feb. 15th, received from Lnmhnsco Bank, loan to County 7S.CS ot Thanks, 6c per line, money In ad- fice has reduced tire insurance rates Feb. 16th, received from S. O. Keown, delinquent taxes .13.36 vance Fob. 20th, received from S. O. Keown, balance on sctUemcnt. . . . Church Notices for services froo, and saved tho people thousands of Mch 7th, received from E. E. Rogers, sale of scrapers 7.75 Immediately but other advertisements, Gc per lino. dollars In .Kentucky. Apr. 5th, received from snlo of scrap Iron 66.00 Anonymous communications will following the said article it apologies Apr. 5th, received from State, on Hartford nnd Morgantown road. 7,979.25 receive no attention. for an advertisement it carries in an Apr. 13th, received 39. SO Firo Insruance other column, saying that it Is against Apr. 16th, received from Cancellation of Imlrincc on nails .55 from Uen W. Taylor, TELErnONES. the policy of the paper to publish July , 7th, received 10.00 from J. R. Miller, for dynamite '.12.1 Cumberland misrepresentations, even though paid Aug. 9th, received from E. E. Rogers, for dynamite 10. SO CO Farmers Mutual for. For the feneflt of those who are Aug. 10th, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes 1,538.03 In this town, carrying fire insurance Aug. 17th, received from Bank of Hartford on loan 5,000.00 OCTOIJER V, the two statements ought to have Oct. 10th, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes FRIDAY 2,699.10 been at least two or three columns Nov. 9th, received from S. O. Keown, for tnxes 9,476.61 apart, instead of one following the Dec. 2Sth, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes 10,000.00 other. Dec. 1st, received from I. C. R. 11., rebate on freight 46. 28 state-wld- o FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Ohio County, Kentucky, showing summary of receipts and disbursements, from Jnnuary 1st, 1917 to January 1st, ,1918. Hecauso of It's being overshadowed To tho Fiscal Court of Ohio' County: of which, is by other matters, We, your commissioners heretofore appointed to Investigate ns to tho prohibition Receipts nnd Disbursements of Oblo County for the yenr 1917 nnd to ns- contemplated Natlon-wld- o expected January 1G, 1920, we very certain financial condition on January 1st, 1918, beg to report "somo" reason for denying public Inspection of public records, nnd, surely there must bo a "nigger In the wood-pile- " or else no objection would be raised. Financial Statement of Ohio County To My I rblf Friends And Customers I have severed my connection with The Ken- ' tucky Creameries and am now associated with THE FOX BROS. CO., (Incorporated), and will con- -' tinue to buy your Poultry, Eggs and Cream 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 J ' With due respect Our esteemed Grand Total of all money received $65,645.09 contemporary in lauding the State DISIU'HSKMENTS. Fire Marshall's regime, which really is intended as a boost for tho pres paid out of General Expense Fund, on County Warrants. ,$ 9.476. 5S ent administration says: "Resides as Amount Amount paid out of Salary Fund, for Salaries 12.743.05 a result of inspection, tho insurance Amount paid out of Charity Fund, Paupers In Alms House... on proper v has bcui I educed and the paid out 190. S4 State Itself has saved In Insurance, Amount bearing of Charity Fund, Paupers not in Alms House. 14.676.S9 H ' Warrants issued for borrowed money " We are In- Interest thousand.! of dcllard paid out on nccount of Vital Statistics 40S.O0 clined to the belief that the Herald Amount 1.S02.50 paying fire in- Amount paid on Hartford and Owensboro State Aid Rond. Hrother has not been 5,433.45 surance lately, Uut has accepted tho Amount paid on Hartford and Morgantown State Aid Road 2,484.91 ot s..':.e other person. We Amount paid on Hartford .and Centcrtown State Aid Road 11,724 08 REPUBLICAN TICKET. statement assertion, that you may Amount paid on ohier roads and bridges 15.5S3.95 Amount set nsldo to Sinking Fund venture the Paid out of J. S. A Fund, Hartford ami Owonsboro Bond , purpose of llqul- 5,020 22. , somb this town over, get the combin- Amount set aside in the Sinking Fund, for the dating County's indebtedness 95 75 2,4 68.46 Fald out of J SA Fund. Hartford and Morgantown rond For Governor ed average rate under the old disPaid nut of It & H. Fund, on roads and bridges 18,739.22 EDWIN P. MORROW. . pensation and compare it with tho Amount of claims allowed prior to Jan. 1st., 191S, and not paid. . 1,202.39 7,281.67 Jald out of J. S. A. Fund, on Hartford and Hardlnsburg rond... 5,442.67 Lieutenant Governor present, and the former average rate Balance cash on hands, Jan. 1st.. 191S Paid out by Sheriff for claims plowing on roads Ac 4,141 17 S. THRUSTON BALLARD. will show less than the present. Its 7, S 9712 Grand Totalof all disbursements, cash In Sinking Fund &c, $65,645.09 Balance of 19 IS claims unpaid Jan. 1st, 1919 a notorious fitct that complaints have Secretary of State gone up to the state board from alFRED A. V AUGHT. THE SINKING FUND OF THE COUNTY IS AS FOLLOWS: $96,148.77 most every quarter. We don't pre Attorney General Tho Indebtedness of Ohio County on Jan. 1st, 1919, is ns fol$ 4.521. S5 tend to know Just what good Stanley's Jan. 1st., 1917, cash on hand in Sinking Fund CHAS. I. DAWSON. lows, 2.46S.46 have done, it any Amount' placed in Sinking Fund during the year 1917 Funding Bonds outstanding, bearing, 6per cent Interest. ; Auditor Pub. Acct's $4S, 500.00 at all. We do know that this same JOHN J. CRAIG. 16.139.9C Total $6,990.31 Other outstanding. Interest bearing Warrants Stanley rode and derided this gang Total Indebtedness $64,639.96- Supt. Pub. Instruction without mercy while he was asking Disbursements from Sinking Fund, during the year 1917, interest GEO. M. COLVIN. on Funding Bonds, paid March 15th, 1917 1,200.00 the people to elect him, and what's was transferred from tho amount of taxes collected during Clerk Court Appeals 1,200.00 There more he said that the first thing he Interest on Funding Bonds, paid Sept., 15th, 1917 the year 1918, to the Sinking Fund, to pay County' InROY D. SPECK. 4,590.31 would dO, after being inaugurated, Balance In Sinking Fund, Jan. 1st. 191S debtedness, the sum of $11, 724. OS V. would be to kick the whole blooming Commissioner of .Agriculture And the amount on hands in Sinking Fund. Jan. 1st. 191S wns. . 4,590.31 Total $ 6,990.31 bunch out of Frankfoit. We know W. C. HANNA. - Tho Indebtedness of Ohio County on January 1st, 1918. is as follows: further, that since the aforesaid putTreasurer '. Total $1C.314 39 $4 8. 500. 00 cmomenced coming to Funding Bonds Outstanding JAMES WALLACE. i And tho Disbursements from tho Sinking Fund during tho year Other Warrants issued for borrowed money, &c. . .' 19,755.25 this town, the rate, or rather the to J 1918, are as follows; State Senator ' tal cost of $1,500.00 of insurance N . .Mar. lr.th. ntorest on Funding Bonds GEORGE RAKER. 1.2O9.0O $68,253.25 has Jumped from $29.10 to $65.01. Sept. 15th, Interest-oJtepresentatlvo Funding Bonds. 1,203.00 $ 7,281.67 ' There is no hearsay about that fact, Balance on hands Jan. 1st, 191S, In General Fund. ISAAC S. MASON. Balance on hands Jan. 1st, 191S, In Sinking Fund . 4,590.31 costthat has been our own sad and Total , 1 2,412.00 ly experience. The exact state of Balance Cash on hand in Sinking Fund. .,.: $13,902.39 $11,871.98 case applies to our neighbor, Ir. Lee Total Cash on hands The spell 'twixt the present drouth .' $56,3S3.27 The rate on W. E. Net Indebtedness, Jan. 1st, 1918 and the long one to commence Janu- Simmerman. Total .$10,314.39 ary 10th., next, is of necessity, bound Ellis & Hro. and Acton Ilros. (now Balance of cash on hands, Jan. 1st, 1919, in Sinking Fund to pay Total $68,255.25 to be of few days and, more than C. B. Garden) was boosted by these Indebtedness $13,902.39 JOHN H. WOOD, firo Insurance economists from $4.25 likely, full of trouble. Deficit in General Fund 1,120.97 M. L. BROWN, to $8.81, a rate absolutely prohibitoNot Cash on hands in Sinking Fund $12,7S1.42 W. C. BLANKENSHIP, ry. That is what this potential AdNotwithstanding it has been said Committee. that peace has been restored, asido ministration of matters pertaining to Subtracting tho amount of cash on hands In Sinking Fund from tho The foregoing report was accepted, approved and ordered published, by the Irom France, Belgium and a few othor fire insurance have done to a few of amount of outstanding Interest bearing Indebtedness, leaves tho total InFiscal Court of Ohio County, on the Sth day of October, sections, fighting ofa furious naturo us. We have made no Inquiry, only debtedness of Ohio County, on January 1st, 1919, the sum of $51,858 54. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Is being waged in almost all of the give these few instances where we Fiscal Court of Ohio County; Greutlng: Clerk Ohio County Court. happened to 'have direct knowledge. countries that were in the big war. We. your committee appointed by the Ohio County Fiscal Court, to intiko Showing receipts and disbursements, from January 1st, 1918 to January We also know that. we have had prob a llnanclal statement of Ohio County, would most respectfully submit tho 1st., If the U. S. Senate don't 'hurry and ably a half dozen visits from the Fire 1918 1919. foregoing, as a true statement of tho finances of Ohio County, wo further re.Marshall's agents and employes and ratify the peace treaty and adopt the port, that we have put in eight days In milking tho roport for tho years $ 7,281.67 Jan. 1st, cash on hands in General Fund league without reservations, It is the only order (which may have been 1917 and 1918, and wo further state that we bollovo tho foregoing statement 4,590.31 ! ono of the ten thousand spoken of) Jan. 1st, cash on hands in Sinking Fund barely possible that we may not havo true to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. 10, 000.00 a chance, to send our Hoys back to thoy ever served on us was that we Jan. 12th, received from Bank of Hartford on loan J. 11. WOOD, Jan. 23rd, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes 10,000.00 Europe to engage In still more bloody buy one, of two or three particular J. L. BROWN, 2,441.02 sorts of cans, or retainers for oil. Feb. 7th, received from S. O. Keown, for taxes warfare. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Jan. 9th, received from Edgar Barnard, on loan 400.00 Gasoline &c. The visit and serving Committee. 4.00 of the notice was followed up by an Jan. 10th, received from B. W. Taylor Wo cultivate narrowness and bigoSubscribed and sworn to before mo, by J. L. Brown, J. H. Wood-nu- d W C. agent for one of these particular Feb. ll.th, received from S. O. Keown, for tnxes 231.81 Ulankenshlp, try by straining ourselves, and by gothis tho 9th day of Soptembor, 1919. 16.10 "Can'.' Companies, nnd wo paid ap- Feb. 26th, received from Mack Cook, for Sutton Bros ing out of tho way, so to speak, to W. O. BLANKENSHIP.' Clerk. Mar. 2nd, received from I. C. R. R. Co., rebate on freight 21.08 find argument to sustain our own proximately $0.00, maybe a llttle"less, By MYRT1E MADDOX, I). C Mar. 6th, received front S. L. Fttlkerson, for Pauper Coflin 5,00 contentions against those of tho othor as we speak from memory, for a can Mar. 8th, received from 11. F. Rico, delinquent taxes, 22.50 i... fellow, when in fact there was but hat most any of our merchants would ,(,oal w'f tended altogether Mar. 18th, received little difference of opinion to com- have been glad to havo sold, had It Mar. 18th, received from State on Hartford and Morgantown road 1,722.11 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG of an from State on Hartford and Owensboro road. 696.57 not been patonted, for the most, uion tho husband sho had to hook. mence with. up with. 241.48 $2.00. If you liko that sort of econo- - Mar. 18th, received from I. C. R. R. Co., rebato on freight By I. D. Claire, ) y, laud it to the skies, keep the same Mar. 20th, received from Mack Cook, sale of Alms House farm,. . 678.34 The fact that Franco and England it wasn't polite or Fluko to disTho man who Is rooted to tho 14.35 credit nty cut talo with thttt "dog have both ratified tho treaty and that bunch In power, by voting for it. If Mar. 21st, received frontil. C. R. R. Co., rebato on freight spot, however humble that 5,406.81 street" parallel, and, I am coming too, without little if any objection, you don't like it, vote for a change, Apr. 2nd, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes 75.74 back with another Yellow Banks at- spot, has much to bo thunkful for, Is certain evidenco that they think nnd give us a chance to correct these Apr. 3rd, received from W. C. Ulankenshlp, land sales albeit ho may not bo conscious of It. 9.40 traction that Fluko they are getting all, that in the naturo outrages.In fixing rates that amount Aug. 3rd, received front Worth TIchenor, for City of Hartford,. . can't match In Wondorlust, Aug. 8th, received from Sam L. Stevens, on loan 4,000.00 Hartford. Over hero, like cancor, is Incurable. of things might be coming to them. It to highway robbery. If a Sunday Aug. 8th, received from Bank of Hartford, on loan". . 4,000.00 night drags is also tho best evidenco In the world out heavily ono may drop Aug. 16th, received from Mack Cook, notes on Alms House farm. .. 1,386.90 LIVIA, ROUTE 2. Aftor observing tho operation ot that somebody Is ceedlng plenty , if into n soft drink saloon, take a con-pl- o Aug. 19th, received froir S. A. Bratcher, for taxes 2,000.00 not too much. of hard drinks and thou spend commission form of government, both 325.91 tho remainder of tho evening Several attended tho singing at Aug. 31st, received from W. C. Ulenkcnshlp, sale of Junk nt u Ho In tho city of Owensboro and in n.i- Sept. 4th, received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes Various reports havo It, that Pres- Mt Carmel, Sunday afternoon. 8.M6.30 y Roller show. Hartford Is my homo "ess co,"l'y. I am convlncod It is u ident Wilson's condition Is hopeless, 11. DO town, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patton spent Sept. 11th, tecelved from Mack Cook, sale old bridge nnd lumber. but as lone as I solourn at tho hunUrotl por unit more effiolcr' Omit others deny It. Tho average layman Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Oct. 3rd, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes 6.C42.C3 or tho coujty I oartT. Yellow Bunks I am going to stand up tno cl,y comi Oct. 15th, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes can havo no more idea as to the true Raggan. 5,000.00 for Its ot magistrate, Tl'.o (.oiiiinli.hlnnnrInstitutions. 5,650.34 condition of the President than can , Mr. James Mayfleld nnd son, Har Nov. 3rd, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes. . . carries a souse of porsonal responsi2,000.00 If some of ry, spent Friday night with relatives Nov. 19th, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes tho "man In tho moon. bility that does not appeal to memHonest to goodness, I am living Nov. 20th, recolved from Adams Express Co., charges, ret. the reports bo true, tho President's nt Owensboro. 2.25 bers of a Inrgor body, ailment has mentally incapacitated 8.00 as dry as Bon Taylor prcachos, but t Misses Salllo and Flora Pattonvof Nov. 20th, recolved from Muck Cook hlin. It is certainly to be hoped that Pleasant Ridge, spent Tuesday night Dec. 6th, received from S. A. Bratcher, for taxes 7,718.23 I'll bo glad to see so many of my old bail as death Is. it i loses man y county friends over hero after l Dec. 14th, received from .Mack Cook, for lumber, fines &c. no such condition exists, and that a with Miss Ophelia French. 26.25 Ohio wounds that time cannot hcul. S. A. Bratcher, taxes to pay Claims for plowing on roads., peedy regaining of former health and Mr. R. J. Hewlett 4,141.17 tho saloons open up again that I'll t is having his By pretty nearly welcome tho Unto. Deficit in various funds vigor may bo Mr. Wilson's portion. , 1,120.97 A newly house painted. formed acquaintance, reading this rot for tho first tlruo, Messrs. Kornoy Ralph and WIlIlo 1 am going to visit Hartford pretty arand Total of all funds received , The refusal of Matt S. Cohort, Loyd in a do their regular calls In this ,'$96,148,77 commented: "1 wondered what consoon, and I am so blamed homesick nection tho present Commissioner of Agricul- vicinity Sunday afternoon. tltlo had with tho para- DISBURSEMENTS ARK AS FOLLOWS, that I'll really bo glad to seo Eck trrnnliH until I illnuiun.n.i .i.... ....... ture &c., and now Democratic candiPaid out of General Expense F.und. . $12,777. 49 Rial' old gray horse and Battle Null. run n date for secretary of stato, to allow NOTICE. tho woy from Ulo Paid out of Salary .(Fund for Salaries 4,4 60.22 public inspection of tho books and me reoicuious.r " , 2,617.94 records of the Kentucky State Fair, A bright lady asked mo tho other i Will keep fresh pork and beef In Paid out of Charity Fund, for Alms Houso ' 012.85 day what was my conception of an under the Flimsy excuse that the Re- cold storage. Will sell to dealers only. raid out ot Charity Fund, outsldo of Alms House Thinim innw mi,.i, m.i. ' . r ..... u" . 22.01R 90 t'.ioot .tf Warrants Issued for borrowed money .n nn.i .i.n 7...' publicans wquld make political capi.,,,i ELLIS ICE CO. ' '" " mot-ruts-; . w.oy .mwn't a Uh0tt ot T.1.1 VH Vl. nnro.., .V. vi.ni cta,u,,e ... ,,t . M.M..H..VM,, HVVH... tal out of their findings Is certainly UVl.fU appointed when 1 told her my notion hope; oh, they already feel Hort. Hartford, Ky. L. T. RILEY to-w- lt: N ut i....$ re I to-wl- t: '...,..$ l''j. .'.... ! ... J TO-WI- mmo S ... ,,.. ,,,.,,,,,, f r:.:"' 7 """" .i ' I 4 e - - r Uf Dlackman's Medicated Snlt Bricks, WUMROSE Crcnm Separators, for stock. guaranteed to do tho work. w. ri, bllis & imo. lCt4 V. K. KLLIS & 1IRO. icti Attention, fflen! Discriminating gentlemen choose these good hats . . . because they're so finely made, of such splendid materials, properly fashioned , . . Rothschild Star Hats You'll like the new fall styles yours now. end attractive colors. Get "Mf1 & Hi t Judgo W. II. Ilarnes returned yesMessrs. J. C. Itlley nnd Cal. P. Kcown nttended tho funeral of Cnpt. terday, from Louisville, whore 5io had W. K. llonnctt, in Owensboro, Wed been on legal business for a few days. nesday. Miss Myrtio Mnddox, chief Deputy Mr. J. A. Tlnsley, of Indianapolis, County Court Clerk, Is spending the Ind.. visited his father, Mr. J. K. week with her parents, near Beaver Tlnsley, of near Heda, the first of Da in. this week. Mr. Otto C. Martin, ncijnipitnlQd Mr. II. E. Duke, of this office, was by Mrs. Martin, will go to called to Owcnsboro, Monday on Monday, as tho representative of the of the death of his brother, local ".fnsonlc Lodgo, in the KentucCnpU Win. K. Hennett. ky Grand Lodge. nt THE NEW EDISON The Three Million Dollar Phonograph ' THOMAS A. EDISON i ALL THIS NKW ONES ALL THE TIME L'riec $3.50, $4 and $5 -: i'r "iiiiiKMJ !:H . i JL 5 jbv- -a ,'U m ii "S .. . It was tho Miss Mcrcldcso Ilalrd Bring mo your junk nnd get y"our d guest of hor sister, Mrs. ertlllzer, field seed and farming ImShcrmnn Chninborllii and Mr. Chnin-bcrll- plements. of Owcnsboro. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, 13t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. Vernon Wheeler, of this place, left Monday for Akron, Ohio. Mr. Father and Mother are tho prefixes Wheeler expects to secure employadded to the names of Mr. nnd Mrs. ment In tho Rubber City. Iloyt L. Taylor, since last Sunday morning. Tho young fellow, who Mrs. Lucito Grognn Jones, of Howling Green, State Illiteracy agent, was weighs ten pounds, has been christenIloyt Jr. horo from Monday until Wednesday, ed In tho Interest of her work. Wa recently pui chased a stock of, Stoves, nnd Ranges when bought merchandise etc., sold in Bankruptby tho carload can bo sold cheaper cy proceedings, and commencing Oct. than when bought by tho small. Try 20th, will put on a big, special, mon sale. One week only. us. LIKENS & LEACH. 3Ct3 ACTON unos. week-enu, Mr. James. H. Williams and son. Gcorgo Dudley, are in Cincinnati. Ohio, this week, attending tho Christian Convention, being held in that city. Tho Bank of Hartford bos had it's adding machines equipped with an electric motor and about all the operator has to do In keeping your ac count, is to uso her eyes and fingers jiiht a llttlo bit. Hev. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin return-- l Mr. Fred L. Tlnsley, who has been ed to their homo in Adairville, today, after spending n few days hero visit- under treatment at tho City Hosing their son, Mr. V. C. Elgin, and pital, Owcnsboro, for somo time, re Mrs. Elgin. turned to that place, Wdnesday ,-after morning- I I I Holbrook Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowan spent from Monday until Wednesday Mr. Ben Taylor left here Monday, in Owensborn, guests of their daughter, Mrs. Henderson Murphrce ,an(I for Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will Mr. Murphrce. remain for the week attending the Christian convention, after which he Bring mo your old tubes and cas will visit his old home, Birds Eye, ings nnd havo them vulcanized. Work Ind., for two weeks. manship nnd prices guaranteed.' Mr. and Mrs. L. D.' Bennett and DELMEH JAMES' SHOP, Mrs. Ma'ry F. Llles, of near Beda, and Hartford, Ky. Utlp Mrs. Richard Llles, of Kansas City, Mrs. C. M. Barnett, who had been Mo., who is visiting Mrs. Llles, atvisiting her daughter, Mrs. E. W. tended tho funeral of Capt. Bennett, Cooper and Mr. Cooper, of Nashville, in Owensboro" Wednesday. Tenn., returned to her home last Wo havo Just received our winter Sunday. stoves. See them. We also ask you Mrs. E. S. Howard, though much to examine tho rust proof, vitreous e"e8Ia' improved from her forinor condition,'! jonnmeled, malleable Monarch Ranges JIm,lh ,,eft Republican I Hartford a two week returned to Louisville Monday, where on display here. for jioborly, ... visit with relatives. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, she is receiving further treatment at ,ww ISIUIIMI J. l'ltll'.W Pope's Sanitarium. Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Crowo and sons, Charles and Vlrcil Crowe, were In Mr. Robert Mason, who has a posiMessrs. Audry Newcomb nnd Hob- Owcnsbnro, Tuesday. art Tlnsley, of, tho Washington com- tion in Akron, Ohio, accompanied by munity, left Saturday for Oilman, 111., his cousin, Miss Ellen Baker, of Miss Belle Walker, of tho High where they go to work during the Cleveland, Ohio, wero in Hartford with her corn husking season. School, spent Inst week-en- d Wednesday night, enroute to Buford, parents in Morgantown. for a visit with Mr. Mosan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rchdcr, of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mason.. Miss IlUth Hlley, who has a posi- Louisville, arrived here Friday for 4 Pounds Swnnce Soda. . . .l.'c tion In Union City, Tenn., Is spending a ten days visit with Mr. Render's Wo represent Fairbanks, Morse & n week hero with relatives. pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render Co., in this county. See us for anyWILLIAMS & DUKE thing in their line. Asfc us about and other relatives. X HAHTI'OIU), KY. Mr. C. P. Austin, of Beaver Dam, the Fairbanks Farm Lighting Plant, is attending tho Christian Convention For all kinds of automobile acces- complete for $325.00. J . . In Cincinnati, Ohio, this week. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, sories, repairs, casings and tubes, lubricating oil, gasolino and free air, Beaver Dam Ky, Mrs. It. E. Duko Is spending tho go to PERSONAL NEWS parents, Mr. and Mrs. lGt3 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jackson, of RaACTON BROS. AND SOCIAL EVLNIb week with her of ncnr Select venna, wero in town Monday night. ir glowarti Mr. W. G. Bennett nnd daughter, enroute to their old home near We pay cash overy day for eggs and Mrs. Godfrey Bennett, of near Be- Miss Esther, returned 'home Mondny, where they will spend about W. E. .ELLIS & BItO. poultry. da, returned homo yesterday, after after spending n couple of weeks visit- -' 20 days with relatives and friends. spending a week in Owcnsboro. lug relatives in the Shinkle Chapel Mr. Jackson is a Railway Mai! Clerk, Mr. O, T. Burns went to Owens operating between Ravenna and and Beda communities. boro, Tuesday. Mr. O. D. McKcnnoy, of Simmons, Frankfort. spent Sunday hero with his parents, Miss Laudia Dame, of Dawson Mr. E." E. Birkhcad was in Owens- - Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McKcnnoy. Springs, Miss Ruth Harris, of Nebo, Mr. and Mrs. John T. King, who boro, Tuesdny. and Mrs. Lounlo Flnlpy, of'Madlson-ville- , sold their belongings nndinlgrated Miss Winona Stevons, of Louisvlllo, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. to Greenville, Ohio, a few months ago, tired of tho Buckeye state and Mr. Godfrey Bennett, of Route 5, spent a few days this week, the guest W. Harris, the first of this week. of Miss Dowey Johnson, of ncnr town. went to 'Owensboro, Wednesday. have returned to the old home town Mr. J. T. Caseblor, with his fami again. John announces himself reaMr. C. M. Wado, of Dukohurst, is ly, who havo been, in Albany, Ala., dy to hang your paper and spread Wo have rye and timothy seed in assisting Fred Itobertson In tho bar slnco early last spring, roturned hero your paint In the same old way. abundunco. ber shop In tho absence of Ben Taylor, tho first of this week. They will ro- W. H. ELLIS & BRO. i shio hero In the Imniedltae future. Tho now Oil Company formed here A carload of heators, ranges and recently by Harftord parties, under Mr. George W. Cooper, of Horso s from which to make your Branch, was In Hartford, Monday and This Is tho only place, In tho County tho corporate name of Pilot Knob Oil Tuesday. selection at you can buy tho uniform mileage, hand Gas Co., has been compelled to AtTON BROS. lCt3 geared to tho road, Miller tiro. In- change the title, on account of another corporation in tho state having a Mr. Marvin Bean returned to Ak vestigate them. .Mrs. Minnie Wedding loft Tuesdny, ron, Ohio, .Monday, after spending two similar name. The name "Smith's J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. for a two weeks visit to friends and Grove Oil ft Gas Co," has been weeks here. Beaver Dam, Ky. velntivos in Owensboro nnd Cynthia- Mrs. A. C. Porter visited relatives no. Mr. Fred Belcher, formerly of By a freak error In this office last Rockport, has accepted a position in and friends in Owensboro, the first ' Mrs. W. Q. Ward, of Nocreek, re- tho Barber Shop of Fred Robertson. week the papers that ought to have flf this week. turned home Saturday, after a few Mr. .Uelcher moved his family horo gone to R. F D. No. 1, McIIenry, Do not purchase a buggy until you days visit with relatives in Monday, into the rosldonce of A. I. were sent to Rockport, and tho papers that were sent to McIIenry, R. F. D. havo seen us. Can save you monoy. Nail. ACTON BROS. No. 1, pught to have been sent to 16t3 Wo can furnish you .with tho famFINE' HEREFORD CATTLE for Rockport. As a consequence considMr. Lyman Barrett, editor of tho ous, OWENSBOJtO WAGONS, any Sale Ono, coming two year old bull, erable delay was entailed before tho Herald, was In Owensboro, last week-cu- time you need one. 20 head of cows and heifers. Will error could bo righted. ACTON BROS. lCt3 on business. sell ono or all. Homo 'phono, CumTUr. Nathan berland near. Donnettr of Pagnsa AVANTKI)---On- o Miss Anna Davis, Illiteracy agent Springs, Colo., accompanied by his dozen nice, fat BELL ft TICHENOR, sister, Miss Nannie Bennett, of Ow- calves, weighing from COO to 800 lbs., for Ohio County, spent the first of 15tf Hartford; Ky, ELLIS ICE CO. this week with her parents, in onshore, wore guests of Miss Electrn, Bross. Hartford, Ky. Harvey D. Plumnior, who has a Messrs A. R. and U. S. Carson, from position at Stono, Ky., Is spending his Tuesday until toduy. Mrs. Bennett Tor Sale One farm of 67 V6 acres, vacation with his family at Center-tow- n. accompanied Mr. Bennett in from the Mrs. Noah Lee Rowo and Mrs. Pho- Mr. Plummor was a guest of. west, but sho is visiting relatives in clan McKenney, loft yesterday morn- - J near Rob Roy school house. For in- Mr. and Mrs. Bennett lug for Akron, unio, wnero uiey go lonnauou write 10, his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. Llvermore. J. II. EMBRY, W. Taylor, of this place for a few will be in Kentucky for a month and to Join their husbands, who are em Beaver Dam, R. No. 3. 8tf a halt. days this week. ployed In that city, spending a few days at his home, near Beda. I&xz&l&Gb, ..,., invented the phonograph in 1877. After he improved his original phonograph to a point where his business advisers said to him : "You now have the best phonograph in existence. Let's go ahead and make it." Mr. Edison shook his head and replied : "I am not going to put out a ' I o EflK new phonograph until it is so perfect that its reproduction of music can- not be detected from the original music." Thomas A. Edison ( Z spent'three million dol lars in cold cash to develop ail 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? Hi j l T E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. & BRO. : fhs Our Saturday : Leader I I n, If you knevr vz much about the quality and value of cook-stove- Tailor-Ma- de Clothes as we do, you'd come 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 fov smart, exclusive, made-to-measu- re d, vice. Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. ' iC COMMUNITY -- -- " "j'i mmmmmmmBBKSKmrr'-- T MONEY UEPREATION. FOR PHOFKSSOHS. I 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war a package 5 NOW c c a package . ? THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! When old H. C. L. hits ono class ho usually hits them all. Years ago n colleco professor scorned tho pittance that n bricklayer received. Today ho looks with envy on tho income ot mm same humblo workman. The plight of collego professors Is said to bo pitiful. It is regarded as even worse than thnt of tho clergy, for ministers can usually get enough out of their congregations in the way of donations, free rentals, etc., to make cuds meet. Various universities arc seek ing endowments for the purpose of increasing the snlnrlcs of their Harvnrd Is endeavoring to raiso $15,000,000 for this purpose . and former graduates of tho institution are being looked to to furnish Miss Helen a lnrge part of tho fund. I Tnft, acting president of Ilryn Mawr, and daughter of former President For Infants and Children Tnft, declared herself In favor of n Years union of professors which would com In Use For Over Always bears pel the public to pay them higher the salnrles. She asserted that as a col Signature of lege executive she would not object to a strike of tho faculty, for It would not be against the college directors KL'IiKK 1.0SKS MILLION'S. or the trustees but against the public Under tho peace treaty signed with which should bo made to pay for Its Great Britain Habib Ulla, nmlr of education, she said. a Afghanistan loses an annual subsidy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Deposits with the govof $600,000. This remedy Is Intended especially ernment of India amounting to over for coughs, colds, croup, and whoop $5,000,000, are also forfeited. ing cough. From a small beginning Its sale and use has extended to all parts RIYER .JORDAN UNCLEAN. of the United States and to many forThis alone is enough Local authorities have placed a eign countries. bathing in the to convince one that it is a medicine ban on unrestricted ordinary merit. Give River Jordan. When tho American of more than you will find this to bo reached the region it a trial and Red Cross unit ni the case. dining the recent international of the an analysis I'ULLV COMPETENT. water of the liver was ordered wTth asked the "Does this dog growl-"- ? germs of skin diseases the result that ady at the dog dealer's. and other maladies were discovered. "Oh, yes ma'am," was the answer. Heretofore bathing in tho stream re "Well, I want a dog that doesn't of gardless of the physical condition growl." bathers was always permitted. the "Don't you want something that growl when strangers coinAVIicrc There's a Ruby on Kiirm Keep will Great value is now recognized in nnd piny for tho mnsscs. Tho war experiences brought our Stato this conviction. Great plans are be ing formed for this program to be conducted In tho communities without tho counsel nnd guidance of tho Christian forces of tho community. Recreation nnd play above nil oilier programs demands Christian leadership that character may not be damaged; that tho streams of community life bo not polluted by vlco nnd low Ideals. Somo one or some organization with the religious Impulse should perform their service for tho com munity. Who Is going to do It? pro"-fesso- DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owomboro. C. K. Smith, HartConi'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hnrtford. Otto C. Mar MnMcr Commissioner tin. Hnrtford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Ch'm'n. Board -- REAYLR DAM. W. T. McKennoy. Clerk R. W. King. , Pollco Judge J. W. Goopor. H. F. Slovens. Marshal FORDSVILLE. -T CASTOR 30 1 J days In March nnd Civil, Coni'th. lot Mnnilnv In May 12 dnjl Civil. lat Monday In July 12 days Cnm'th. nnd Civil. 12 days DIv. No. 3d Monday In Septotuber Ky. Civil. DIv. No. 4th Montlny In November 12 days Coin'lh. and Civil. Ky. Hnrtford. lat Monday W. It. Jones. Clerk Olln Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslugor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Con nly Hoard of 'Munition. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Ch'm'n. Board 1 J. M. Hoovor,-Hartfor- 20. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, 62 ?&& Itat-Sna- p. P nnd Brake a cake of It will surely rid throw it nround. you of rats and mice. Throe sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. 157 Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r. Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke, and "Walker it is said. In Poland, Hungary, HolON PLANTS MOON'S m Myrtle.' ALL "1JUNK" SAYS EXPERT land, Germany and other European . countries, as well as in North and H. C. L. MEASURE GETS APSpringfield. 111., Oct. 11 H. M South America thousands aro making PROVAL OK BOTH HOUSES speYoung men of "Wills, official weather prognosticates ready to move. here, throws a harpoon into the pet cial agricultural training have been Washington, Oct. 11. Senate and theory that the moon has a great deal detailed to study the country with a House adopted y tho confeience to do with the vegetable, animal and view toward ascertaining conditions report on amendments extending the liuman'llfe growth. It la nil bunk rolativo to farming. Dy the aid thus Food Control Act to Include clothing furnished it is hoped that those who and food containers and providing he says. Hearken to him: every day asking go there may be able to establish punishment "Wo have calls and for profiteering living the phase of the moon from people homes and derive a suitable hoarding. who are contemplating planting some- from the land. Tho bill now goes to the President, thing or who believe it has some of- - ( who asked for this legislation as a p to Iect. on human life. The moon has Will You Spend 50c On weapon against the high cost of livSave S100? on any life on the earth's ( .no effect ing. One 50c pkg., can kill 50 rats. The The only effect it has on surface. Dispute over a Senate provision you of $10 a conditions on the earths' surface is , average rat will rob aimed at extortionate rents in the property dethat it draws the tides. Under prop-e- r year in feed, chicks and is deadly to District of Columbia caused considP conditions of the sky the only way struction. erable delay In passage of the. meas'the moon can effect human life is to , rats. Cremates after killing, Rate ure and tho section finally was carfurnish moonlight for young couples." no smell. Comes In cakes. ried through tho House, under a spewill pass up meat, grain, cheese to cial rule, tho conference report InThree sizes, 25c, cluding It being adopted 208 to 8 on VAST IMMIGRATION PLANNED feast 50c, $1.00. Hoarding and profiteering under Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bie- r. The International Zionist Organitho act are punished by two years' Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug Imprisonment and $5,000 fine. zation announces that more than a &. Duke, and "Walker " parts of the Store, Williams .million Jews from all m Myrtle. filolio are preparing to migrate to Talestino as soon as the political staDUTY. FOR FLETCHER'S tus of the country is definitely estabCharles E. Hugos was urging a been proposed that Imlished. It has soldiers to keep up their migration to the country bo limited croun of war Insuranco policies. to SO, 000 n year. In Russia strong AN UNUSUAL WEDDING. "I know it's hard," he said. "Of protests against the enforcement of the 4,000,000 policies written during such measures aro being made. Hero A double wedding occurred at Hia tho war over 3,000,000 have lapsed. whole Jewish communities aro prewatha, Kans., a few days ago. Joseph This shouldn't bo. paring to migrate to the holy land. "Duty Is always. hard, boys. Yet Aeschlman, aged 42, was married to wo must do it. A littlo lad entered a Cora Flke, aged 39. The other cou ple were Lester Kelm, 24, and Pearl genoral store tho other day. " 'Well, son, what do you want to Aoschlnian, 18. Kelm is tho son of y candy? said tho store- Mrs. Aeschlman. tho elder bride. Ills buy wife is tho daughter of ,Mr. AHchl- keeper. " 'You bet I do,' said tho urchin, mau, tho elder groom. Mr. Aeschlman Is the father of his 'but I'vo got to buy soap.' " Such has been the unand tho father In law or ct disputed indorsement His wife in a similar In this section his step-soThere la more Catarrh of tho country than all other diseases way is tho mother of hor ibv leading specialists of put together, and tor years it was supof her and tho mother-in-laihe medical profession posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed RAT-SNARat-Sna' RAT-SNARAT-SNAP. Rats are on most farms. Once thc get inside the house look out. IUtt kill infants biting them Is not un usual. Nursing bottles attract rats DIv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COURT. Ky. Moets first Monday In each month. DIv. No 4 Robert doff, Roslno, Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Atfy. A. D. Kirk. DIv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. DIv. No. 5 Not Llndley, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jnller Worth Tlchonor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In D. E. Word. Tux Commissioner February; let Monday In April; 1st Surrcyor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgers. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st Monday In Decombcr. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners 1913 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 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. Hnrtford, diploma examination. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. er Dam. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school Srtl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-- Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. May IC and 17 County teachers town. (White) Hnrtford. 5th District W. C. Daughorty.BaUe- - examination. town. Mny, 23 nnd 2 I County teachers (1th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hnrtford. 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato 8th District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hart teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Route C. vlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 28 County nnd HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hnrtford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Instl(utef July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. around?" Marshal E. P. Casebler. "No. My husband will attend t Sept., 19 nnd 20 County nnd that." ROCKPORT. Stato teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. IOR AN "EMERGENCY. Sept. 2G and 27 County and Stnte Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judgc John T. Jackson. eachers' examination (colored) Every man owes it to himself to Marshal Will Langford. lay aside an emergency fund. An ideal way to do this Is by purchasing War Savings Stamps or Treasury SavWILL They Increase In ings Certificates. TAKE value every month you hold them and can always be converted into casli wife ! on ten days' notice. COUNTY n, 7-- 11 - . Mothers use YOU. OUR k Treatment miff GERMINAL REMEDY for LUNGS i?S ssa For Weak Women . IT Wtmm Vi preys ilHtroy mm WEAK or t- ; Vermfl JkMm m m IiVmim ue (ft) CONSUMPTION - feellnc. A quick relic! for Ihil tired, coufebs, palm In chcit. nlcht awcala. heritor-ihaseIt II doe vcak lunci or coniumptlon. otfcalp yeu it coala you oelhiot. e FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock dox A Safe, Remedy for Worms ed O. Inuseforover40years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui out iiKfl li the lwtt trftttmutilal FltKY'SVEKMlFUOEcmn offer jan, Krrp b ittle alwari no band. It will drip kcrp Uio UUI one liai'Prandhraltlir. 33c. a bottle at has done them. This is Ihe best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. or genrra! atnra : or it aupplr rou four dealer can't 25c, In itampa end till name ami and wh'II aend jeu a bottle prompUr. jour dru. 'ijcfrie rrmm iirinHT "11 "irari-ai- iirm rn E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD, m I Succeed when everything else fails. In nervoui prostration and female veaknesse they me the supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. titers FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It la the best medicine ever told over a drugg(s''s counter. Ohildren Cry R CASTO 'A There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in It is composed Cardui. only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effect- When The Day Is Over When the hou soli old cares and tho Every Woman Wants l.ll J tJ il fc Xi aJ s. TAKE everyday worries of ltfo Lnvo dragged you down, fiBiiB fi w dfl Reconstructive after thoroughly, testing ANatural Tonic and. CARDUI -- madrj you un- happy, nnd there is noth- to-da- The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what It lias done for so many thousands of other It should help. women! to be . . . ," wrltesMrs. Mary Ii.Vcsle, of Madison If eights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and alter taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in seemed n. oEYQNKr "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal eral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. Min- 64 Doses $1.00 I l Glass of water Also prescribed for indigestion, constipation, rheumatic affections, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries, skin affections. and Money back if not satts- u licd. . Dose: Tablespoonful in local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constituHall's Catarrh Meditional treatment. cine, manufactured by V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars re. ward is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I I v "I was taken sick, All you who hnvo torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills.' The 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 nnd bowels. Herblno is the right remedy, It answers tho Prlco 60c. Sold purpose completely. m by Ohio County Drug Co. ... .t ' ? w- - I ty Ifcattseilll V 'fl Littlo Dorothy had been spanked Mr. Goodlelgh Hor ago really surseveral times for taking candy and prised me; she doesn't look 28, does After she? cookies without permission. waiting until her logt tears had dried Not now, but I suppose she did she came to her mother and asked: once. Candle, s "Muvvor, can 1 get another spank- Had on DrctcrlD. Wife That odious Mrs. Nexdoro lion by your pby lug and some cakes?1' mm Eiciin or si juur has been saying that I have an unruly tlruggUt'i. Book let on rcqucit. "Peck's wife told.him this morning tongue. Why, Nonsense. Hub Unruly? The Devonian that she was never going to speak to Mineral Spring Co. your tongue responds to your every him again." Owcnaboro, Kr. "Was she mad or trying to be con- impulse with Implicit obedience. Boston Transcript. siderate?" Dostou Transcript. the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. v All Druggists J. 70 ing in life but headache, haclcacha and worry, turn to tho right prescription, ono gotten up by Mai tflbaonjinat cleaDoaa and titmuoJal pewrr. by Dr. I'icrco fifty years iigo. rra. Uc. all ilwriciu. cr ISaruiaThPllunTJflCcippDy,nolui. Everything growing out of tho ground VtnaU. Bcciim intended for nomo uso in cstablihh-in- g natural condition.!. Dr. Pierce, of Uiiffido, N. Y., long nineo found out what USELIV-VER-LA- X in naturally Ixnt for women's diseases. Ho learned it nit through treating of coach. Tim rcmilt of lih studies was a medicine called Dr. Pierce's Favorite 1'rcHcription. This medicine is mado of 'vegetable growths that nature surely intended for backacho, hcadacho, weakening, bearing-dow- n pains, irregularities, X'lviu inilammutlons, und for tho many disorders common to women in all ages of life. Dr. Picrco'o Favorito Prescription is Feci right all tho time. Don't lay ofl mado of lady's slipper root, black cohosh work for days by taking calomel root, unicorn root, bluo cohosh root and from pleasnnt keeps yotf when Oregon grapo root. Dr. Picrco knew, on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troujb Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dotft when ho first mado this standard medi-cinthat whiskey and inorphino aro in- tako anything else. You can't afford poisons, cleanses By jurious, and so ho has always kept them it. Eliminates tern and relieves constipation. A nat out of his remedies. Women who take ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum this standard remedy know that in Dr. In its effect and certain in results. It viiH Pierce's Favorito Prescription they are won't bo long beforo in everl getting a safo woman's tonic so good that completely displaco calomel freely an home.1. Children can tako it druggists everywhere sell it 'a liquid or with perfect safety. Every bottle guartablet form. anteed. 60o and 1 in bottles, Nori FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diitolved In water for douche atopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydio, E. Finkhnm Med. Co. for ten yrara. A healing; wonder for natal catarrh, tore throat and aoro eye Economical. i.inl M.X tliou-rian- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. ax o, j ax VmXKXSKKVbh Hartford Republican, 91.80 per jcar genuine without tho likcncss'and slgn turo of I K. Grigsby, For Bale by r t, M, THhUkMM, . HrJXor J . ? ?iiyfe3cJtsasfasaa4 Hfc3aft FARM DEPARTMENT. Hrltci'-SltcUrr ' MASTKIt COMMISSIOXIIU'S SAI.IJ. Ohio Circuit Court. 1'coplca Saving Hank, ct nl., Plaintiffs LV MitrkrliiiR t'lipiufltn incut over received at (ho Kansas City tj T w'rlcht. et nl.. Defendant, market, consisting of 949 hogs which jjy vlrttue of a judeniont and lilo To Tho rnnni'r. StfO pounds apiece, n total dor of snlo of the Ohio Circuit Court Vrnr.nn.lf1v ntW'Iltltn fm lu tnlfpn iit f 2C6.720 pounds of pork on tho rendered in tno auovo styieu ncuon ....... i .... . . .. . at tho September, 1919 term, direct " ""i"" " bin n.i ,ii..,nn nf was rcconc. iron. hiiRS, with tho result that tho dressed lu,nr' leconuy ,B ln0 , commissioner of unlil court, ll to tho hereinafter described WlllllI illlDJUIIII carcasses must ho sold on a Knitted j Idl VlllfeQlWII Those porkers had Vol! service do land, tho former purchaser, Gilbert promarket, and, being a porshlahlo 'luxe, ns tho 16 cars thoy occupied Wiight, having rofuscd to execute duct, must ho disposed of nt any prlcn Ottrtplfl llvn.fttnpU bond, I will offer for sale nt publicr, 1U1J linnllntl na n 'UV obtainable. An example, which is inrn lit! Ills lll t I '1VBB nccordod outcry to tho highest and best at the Court Houso door, In Hartnnlu mm .tf mnnv wna nitanrvml nl n tniln. Tho extra attontlon this shipment was worth ho trouble, ford, Kentucky, on Monday, Novemmnnll town In Louisiana .luring tll0 thrc- - ber :, 1919. at about tho hour of ono whoro each time " onl' lhre0 "B81 or n,,,ou,t winter of 1915-1M. ( It being tho first day o'clock-- 1 1 per cent were, of the regular term o"f tho Ohio Coun-- y tho weather became cooler 8 or io tontha of Court) on a credit of six and twelve for sale dressed hogs woro offi-retho following described Toed nnd Culling nro Ncdcd months, 1 when there was a demand for but property, situated and being iu Ohio l'or '. . or 2 A numlior of Instances hnvooc- , County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: VI ,!!I curred In southern Ct.es whord , " "" On tho wntors of Elm Lick Creek, ' "l by dressed hect ordlnnrlly valued at 7'.luu". '"' h .""V?. Jng thorough culling Is brought out owned by Albert Wright, and begln-tilti- ir S cents n pound was sold by fanr to nt n cum on tho south sldo of of feeding experiments re era for ,t or 4 cents, anil dressed hogs the results Leltchtleld road: cently completed by tho Dairy Dlvl- - tho Hnrtfoid uS"" , froa dto a stone valued under ordinary conditions nt Ag- -' filon, United Stales Department of n)0ut io feet from J. D. Clark's or- 8 to 10 cents a pound sold for 2 to 3 rlculturc. In theso experiments 'groups chnid fence; thonco about north to a cents, becnuso of n temporary were fed from blrtluto 1 stnno In tho third Hollow rrom me Loltchfleld road; thence of fresh meats In theso towns. of calves years year and 2 of ago and a record Hartford and to a stono In L. T. about West The farmers could havo nvolded these was kept of all feed consumed. Wright's lino; thenco south to tho losses by finding a market for their In ono experiment, 11 heifer calves beginning, containing 25 acres, more meats beforo slaughtering, by .delayto tho ago of 1 year. or less. Deed of record In deed book ing slaughtering until market condi- woro raised 39, pago 475, Ohio County Clerk's Tho acrago amount of feed consumtions wore improved, or by selling tho was as follows: Hay, ed by each calf Tho purchasor will bo required to animals allvo on a good market. G71.8 pounds; grain, 885.5 pounds; execute bonds Immediately after sale silage, 3,093.1 pounds; milk, 110 lbs.; i' with security to bo approved by thei flMf.wraii. t .tJ2..K equal In payable bo commissioner, Tho cream separator should skim milk, 2,111 pounds. Estimating amounts In 0 and 12 months, bear-lin- g in a use arguing about it, or making chin-mus- ic sterilized at thoroughly washed and ,v "t ',W ' tho hay at ?30 per ton, grain at $00, nt tho late of G per cent or ciga :.vii.v minor key! If you've got the jimmy-pip- e ter each tlmo It Is used. Particles of and sllngo nt $8 a ton, milk at 4 cents, ' per Interest from date until paid, to annum In tho separator notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip a Judg-- I milk or cream loft rette makin's cent per pound, havo tho forco and offect of and skim milk at net as a "starter" to hnstcn tho sour- tho cost of raising each holfcr to one ment and a lien will be retained on it a few liberal loads of Prince Albertl so the land herein sold as additional ing of the cream. -year of ago was $72.42. curlty. Boiled down to regular old between-us-man-tal- k, Given under my hand this tho 14th I'lvo of tho calves from tho first a pipe! out liny Small Tools In Oni Lot; Time experiment wero then fed for ono day of October. 1919. Prince Albert kicks the "pip" OTTO C. MAItTIN, joy'us class! To List Them. pipe- - pleasure into the second ear moro year. During this Puts Master Com'r., Ohio Circuit Court. Tew farmors realizo tho extont of each calf consumed on the average, Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sportsl ' P. A. is so J. S. Glenn, and M. L. Heavrln, At their Investment In sninll Items of 1.1 17. S nounds of hay; 1,221.0 lbs., torneys. fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! equipment, says the United States De- of grain; 8,031 pounds of sllago. Us-- f partment of Agriculture, or tho In- - Ing tho samo figures for computln igl nines Stncky m.ih "Kat Cost Mc 9125 Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch j'our I'or Plumbing Hills." convenience Involved In buying thorn ,.. co, ot ,i10 rcc,is consumed during throat! You go as far as you like according to your smoke singly or In small lots. In planning, 8 8CCOnd year, the total cost of rals- "Wo couldn't tell what was clog-th- e spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and farm equipment, due considcra-'lna i,ciror from birth until two glng up our toilet and drains. Wo parch! Mon should bo glcn to tho necessary Jonrg 0f nKe was $157.90. These ,had to'tear up floor, pipes, etc., found In,.,i,na nnmiinRlzn tho necessity of a rat's nest in basement. They had tin d outlay for theso minor tools. Toppy red' bags, tidy red tint, handsome pound and practical pound crystal slat humldot with humidors and tliat-dastThero Is no better tlmo for getting ,,rov,unB for heifers cheap feed such 'choked the pipes with refuse The P sponge moistencr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. the list completed than mo laio tan, nastiiro and sllago, and bring out plumber's bill was suu. pos- sizes, N. C. nfter harvest work is ovor. If tho m.,ortaiico of carefully culling! leaned tho rodent out." Three R, J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SalesIMo. the articles should bo purchased -- . ileifer8 to avoid ralblng those 25c, 50c, $1.00 Sold nnd euarantecd by J. F. Caso- nil in ono order. This will save tlmo ...Mcu ...m nrovo'to bo Inferior cows bler, Acton Bros., Taylor's Drug and, usually, money. Also, it will en- highest and best bidder, at tho TAX-PAYER- S! Stoio, Williams & Duke, and Walker the tall a total expenditure sufficiently EGGS! Court Houso door in Hartford, Ohio m, County, Ky., on November 3, 1919, lnrgo to Impress tho buyer with tho Myrtle. Importance of giving sjstematlc caro EGG-A-DAo'clock P. Y HEN TONIC out or Tin: mouth or hades. at about tho hour of ono day;) upon M. I or one of my deputies will be at the following places to a (It being regular court to his small tools. Tor a general months, the credit "Mother asked the Modern Child, fnllnu'l of six and twelve estate, sltuat- - vajuccujtuui taAco. . farm of 100 acres, tho necessary miProduces Eggs. described as she was being put to bed, 'what are ed and being in Ohioreal -- Saturday, October 18- nor tools, ranging from a husking peg County. Ky., and Rosine, . TRY A 75c PACKAGE. prayers?" grindstone, will cost from $100' to a b0"n,,?d Mondav. October 20 . Prentiss satisfactory in 15 or 20 "Pravers. darllnc. are little mes- If not up to tho neighborhood of $200 sycamore at tho mouth of a gut on tho TaylOl MmeS, batUl'day, UCtODer ZO to God." Tho depart men t has published. In avs your m0liey refunded, sages thoughtful. The Modern Child l!T!L?LG.re!! r:t,!!n,"cos,; 80n. Saturday, October 25 Farmers Ilullctln SIC. a list of null- ., V on1rl Brew 1 I Ullll wv 4 P' iIO liUlUil LU U .ililta In JltlV.Il UttiL lino: McHenrv Oh I see," sho said at last, ami hIckory fab pi"""-- Hayes' . WeClneSaay, UCtODer 10 NaiTOWS standInK clcs of minor equipment needed on L"1- per under money back guarail bedtlmo to send them thence N. 52 V. 74 poles with Miller's qnVmr Snrincre wait till MoildaV. October 27 farms, with tho approximate cost a Argo- - lino to two dogwoods, two wnito oaKs i lltt article Tho..., Is divided , Into "ar- - x Egg-a-Da-y Tuesday, October 28 Hen Tonic bo as to trot tho night rate." ;Bfid iwo poplars? thence n. 26 w. 82 Wysox, ILU. .. .. ...! rt " IlClkS SUKgCHiuu uasuuiiui. .1 iin.:i. r. WprlnesriflV. October 29 nnins in n cum. a white oak and Tnnh-r tides not cssenllnl, but vory doslra- - IOl KOlipe, OOie Xieau, V lutu beech: thence S. 80 W. 112 poles Friday, October 31 The only use of an obstacle is io u0 elmg anti two syCamores on tho Beaver Dam. Mo" Tho total cost of articles sug- - ninwlinoo bank of Green River; thenco up Green gimm0ns, .. MAni wju-kt- - i bo overcome. All that It does Saturday, November 1 lrosted as essential Is $114.70. He i i ,i , , VVeaiSOIiaimiUUUciuonuL brnvo mon, 3, not to frighten .them, Hlver to tho lipclnnlnir. containing .mil mlvniicoH In tho nrices of sonio ----Saturday, Nnvpmhpr 1 100 acres. Fowls, but to challenge them. articles may nomewhnt increase tho Insect Powdei'S foi' Tho purclfasor will bo required to S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. execute bonds with security to bo I t0,al- Manufactured and guaran- approved by the Commissioner, payain six and ble In equal amounts i.wToi,.s.oyinM.,,smjur.,;uHTo,teed by The Progressive 'mv$$K FLETCHER'S FOR twelve months, bearing interest at r Mfg. Co., 600 W. Walnut St., the rate of C per cent por annum stort.1 fsruiii. ""iAJ I' 7 v NV. ', ' J "tvm&tiyijl from date until paid. A lien will be o JS Tlic most serious dnmngo to wheat Louisville, Ky. px - we? vt retained on the land sold as addition. ,, f-.MASTKIt COMSHSSIOXKIVS 'SAIX. al security. n , is done by tho in shock, stack ,or bin 01 ?aie " UIHU r;0Untv nngoumols grain moth and tho black Given under my hand this tho 14th Ohio Circuit Court. day of October, 1919. weevil. Theso Insects may bo do- - Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. Nellie T. Ashby, et al., Plaintiffs. OTTO C MARTIN, . stroyod In grain stored In Dins or nar-jeVs. Notice of sale. Ohio Circuit Court. 'frank Tlchenor, ot al., Defendants. Master Comm'r., Attorney. SAI.KS GICOW. by tho uso of llqultl carbon dlsul-phl- d CIGAltrlTK John T. Rone, By virtue of n judgment anil order ot salo entered at tho September bins I'laco tho grain In In no tlmo within seven years has term ,1919 ,of the Ohio Circuit Court, dressing for flesh A valuablo 1 holding from 30 to 40 bushels. Place thoro been less uso of chewing and in tho abovo styled action, directing wounds, burns, scalds,-olsores, rash, . . . rrjvrw tm . f-r nn .r- - F pound of carbon illsulphlil In a shal- - smoking tobacco than In tho fiscal mo to sell tho hereinafter descilbed phnfnri slrln. Is Unllard's SllOW Llnl- " rx u v. --ot cigar- land, for tho purpose ot paying the ment, It Is both healing and antlsop-- , t oar 1919. Consumption low vessel on top of tho grain nnd cov togeth-c- r cost of the abovo stjlcd action er tho top of tho bin as tightly ns poi. ettes, however, was two and a half with tho cost of this sale, and di- tic. Prlco 25c, 50c and ?1.00 por The Story of a Turret Captain K(L. readily aporlzes, Mures larger than In 1913. Tho liquid slide alling tho remainder of tho proceeds bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Promotion in the Nn cornea quickly to I among tho parties entitled thereto, thnie whn nunllfv for higher ratings. In nnd tho fumes, being heavier than r&&fxiggr a m March 1899 A. P. Nilison enlisted in tlu public outcry to Company. Navy ai an Apnrentice Seaman, 3rd clas. ailr, pass down through tho grain, If jour child starts in Its sleep, will offer for salo at In April 107 he was rated Chief Turret ,&m dentrolug all InbectB. This method grinds Its teeth whllo sleeping, picks Captain. Hit pay today ii $165.76 per month. when tho tempora-tur- o nt tho noso, has a bad breath, flcklo Is most offectlvo Is abont 7G degioes P. appetite, palo comploxlon, and dark Tho disease most Injurious to rings under tho oyes; It has worms; wheat and tho factor that usually lim- nnd as long as they remain in tho its yields tho most In the Southeastern that child will bo sickly. "' States Is rust. This offects both White's Crenm Vermifuge clears out afloat that will make you a welReel them off "Ri6",Gibraltar. stoms and leaves, reddish and black tho worms, strengthens tho stomach I all the great come man in any company. Ceylon, Yokohama parts. Its and bowels nnd puts tho little ono on spots forming on theso man's work only Work? sure, and a ports of the world are they development is favorod by dampness tho road to hoalth and cheerfulness. places on the map to you or are it is, among men. and heat. It Is most destructive on Price 30c por bottlo. Sold by Ohio g they ports where you've gone sailva- County Drug Company. Play? well,rather,w!thabunch m low, damp land. THE UNIVERSAL CAR ing in from the high seas with of men who know how to play. generally bo less affected m rieties will every eye along the shore turned Minn late virietles. There are no These comrades of yours carry AGI3 OP ANIMALS. liitft-proadmiringly on youx big ship varieties for the South, In their ears the Sounds of great The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability . your ship I Every ocean has a world cities, of booming guriS, of the famous heat treated but Bomo nro lnorejeslstunt than oth Tortoise, plko nnd carp havo been in u United States ship sailing for swashing seas sounds you will oi s. Sowing on tortiio, Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength known to llvo 150 years: eagles, ra- some port worth seeing. uplands and tho uso ot eatly varieties vell8 ami parrots 100 years and over, v-t and flexibilitv. the low cost of operation and share with them and that will nro tha most successful methods of ti,0 elephant lives from 100 to 1C0 maintenance, its ease in operation, all have 5 If you've any call in you for a never die away. combating tho dlsoaso. Seed, treat- - years; tho rhlnocoroa, 70 years; made the Ford car the great favorite in every And when you come home, you'll full life join, and color all your nro not offectlvo In preventing 01, 50 to 80 years; horso 20 to 40 land in the world. It's the one car that always yean ahead with memories of face life ashore with level eyes Tust. satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question years; ox, 1G to 20 years; sheep, 12 for Uncle Sam trains in sf-relianthings worth seeing with knowlthat all can afford. We will be pleased to have years; lion, 20 to 40 years; dog, as well 'as edge worth haying with an inexu your order. Don't delay because the demand Uuy 12 to 34 years; cat, 10 to IS years. Pullets. haustible fund of sea tales and The Navy builds straight nwi put- - Whales arq bollov'ed to llvo 400 years. is heavy all the time. We havealmost everyIt Is udvlsablo, It adventures picked up ashore and 110 mollycoddles. thing in motor car accessories, sell the lots can bo purchased at n reasonablo Enlilt for two yean. Excellent opportunities for advancement. genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best m .price, to kill anil cat tho hens as they Four weeks holidays with pay each year. Shore leave to see Inmechanical repair work. begin to molt, replacing tho flock land sights at port visited. Men alwayo learning. Ooodfood FOR FLETCHER'S and first uniform outfit free. Pay beglno the day you enlist. Qe with newly purchased pullets. Tim full information from your nearest recruiting station. If you da E. 1, ItAHNK.S & DUO., Jiens should not bo killed, however, rior know where the nearest recruiting sution Is, aik you ' He knows. Postmaster. until thoy begin to molt nnd helr Beaver Dam, Ky.. Constipation., comb begins to lose Its slzo, color, nnd flexibility, for If theso changos havo Tho beginning of almost every seri! It you not taken place tho lions will probably ous disorder Is constipation. still bo laying and at a tlmo of .year want to orfyby good health keep your bowels regular. This is best acwhen eggs aro especially valuable. -complished by proper diet and exneed a lot ot Utter to orcise, but sometimes a modlclno is Chickens scratch In. Dry leaves mko a chcaj) needed and whon that is the case KttTJ litter. A good supply should bo gath- you will find Chamberlain's Tablets aro excellent. ' Thoy are mild and ered and storod for futuro use. gentle In their action, easy and pleas, nt to toko. Give them a trial. Thoy ltlgoM ling Shipment Mtttketed. m The largest individual hog ship- - only cost a quarter. ' iui .... nvii "!. ' ' "'"'' re-se- 1 bid-do- 0. J " """" '.. ''1 ?l ' ovcr-nupp- ly of-fl- NO s.r.'ia J I I I right of i K half-poun- UAT-SNA- NOTICE TO -t ,.,,,. .nB'?0" "j ini. "V ii tt "i'" 126.96.36.199 iir. . "cuui -- -- - Children Cry C ASTORIA nTuT A .? ls air-tig- ht d ir.j wa w?r . N-- , i ( mans life ,v.., -- among men U -- ,J Karly-riponln- cnnst-i-nct-ion- won-uraine- t cam-jinon- ta co Pull-Giow- woll-mntur- Children Cry CASTOPfA Ardr- ;wJs? titL. U.SJfevy: Shove off ! --Join the f Red Cross Peace Program Detailed National Leader to Address Chapter Dc'cgata at the WANTED HIS MONbr b WORTH Nobleman " t nt:1jFlJtfff' mm iitti 19SU tojiw ' oo- STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Things look mighty Black for tho Domocrats; they hnvn't even n Rhea of hopo; oh, thoy already feet Hert. I. I). CInlre. I'm gonna tell It tomorrow, t I think Andy Williams told mo that ho thought Ed Darrass had dug up his mint bed and planted It to onions, thouglfcho said he didn't exactly know why, nnd If he did, he probably wouldn't like to tell. Ugh-liugh, thorn oven had on klmonns too. Uncle Stovo Mny was In ono of tho Evidently Had Some Idea That Great Musician Was Qlvlno Him the WorsJ of It. butcher shops tho other day nnd saw a customer purchaso about n dollar and a quarter's worth of A- -l steak which ,hc had laid aside to call for later. Mr. May bought himself n 23 cent neck roast aiu had It laid tho otb,cr man's steak, no's he could llkcwlso call later. But ,lt didn't . get much later before Col. May called, and when the Stcnk party finally called, the. only package In Bight was tho little, drawed-up- , red roast, labeled "bell-collmeat." Strange to say, beforo tho butcher or tho owner of tho Juicy steak could telephone to Mr.yMny's homo tho buyer of neck roast had his good wlfo cooking tho other fellow's stcnk. Tho absent mtndcdncss and nnlucktncss of somo people on occasions Is orful. bo-slar Stat i Meeting LIVINGSTON Clinlrman of the or tho American Rcil Cross, will visit Lexington, Ky., Indianapolis, Ind., and Cleveland, Ohio, the three states of tho Lake Division, on October 20, 21 and 22. Chapter chairmen nnd have been Invitod by division hrndqunrtors to attend these meetings and hear, at first hand, tho DOCTOIl dclo-Ente- fl plan for Red Cross peaco-tlmservice. With Its wnrtlmo task not fully o d, A Snakes as Pest Destroyers. Snakes are not our enemies, says Cross Oayne IC. Norton In American Forestry. Thoy never attack except In Of our 111 species only 17 are poisonous two species of Elaps, coral snnkex, nnd 15 species of snakes, the copperhead nnd ' ANY returned soldiers do not the dwarf nnd typical rattleyet understand that the government furnishes compen- snakes. On the other hand, the help sation for mental disabili they render is valuable. The pests as well as for physical. The Lako destroyed - each year, especially roties Division headquarters of the Red" dents that Injure crops nnd carry communicable diseases, roll up a large balCross. Cleveland, reports that 3,999 ance of good service In their favor. men In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky Rodents are destroyers of fnrm are being treated for mental disabilI will sell at public auction, SATproducts, cause loss by fire through itiesshell shock and other aliments We were aroused by the fire-be- ll URDAY. OCT.. IS, 1919. 122 ACRES gnawing matches and Insulation from either incurred during the period of at about 4:40 the other morning OF LAND, eight room house, good service or resulting from military electric wire, nnd of human lifo through particularly the when Mister Andy Williams' slak barn and orchard. 2 poultry houses, service. pile caught on flro by spontaneous a fine cellar and plenty of water. In any part of tho country a prop- bubonic nlr.sue. combustion, though we don't know Situated 1 mile nortli of Cromwell, erly established claim for help of this what It was about, but we didn't get Ky. Part bottom and part hill land sort will be met promptly. The simSteel Is Easy to Cast. plest way of getting such a claim esEnglish have just invented n there until the fire was Just about Terms made known on date of sale. The tablished is through the Home Service In dressing wa lost one L. H. COMBS. steel which Is so strong that squelched. department of the Red Cross. Appliengine and guns and tools made of It of our dadshanged collarbuttons and cation may bo made at any Red Cross can 'oe worked more rapidly than those to save our lives we couldn't find FOR SALE. office, chapter or- - branch, and It will mmlfe of any of the other steels. The the pesky button, tho we crawled all be referred to the propor bureau. Popular Science Monthly magazlre over the floor no less than two dozen 122 acres one mile north of Crom that tools of this steel can be'east times on our Our wife In- well. 8 room house, good barn and or casting Is Work Into shape, and making anythe quickest sisted that we go wlthont our collar chard, poultry houses, cellar, and tool. kii.wn way of plenty of water. Prlco $3,C00, if There are few steels, however, and tie, but wo were afraid that there L. II. COMBS, h sold at once. Traditional Red Cross Service' which", casting them, do not be- might bo ladles present , and Beaver Dam, Ky. some of 13t4p several, were thea-cto Be Continued come brittle. "Cobaltcrom steel," ns It l called, nevertheless can be made for disaster In ihis manner Instead of having to bu forged and rolled, two very much before PREPAREDNESS undertaken by lengthier and more expensive procthe American Red Cross as one esses. of tho Important features of Its peaco ,y-- t prograia. Suppqrt of this program Ft The Kentucky Light & Power Co.. will bo asked Ih tho Third Red Cross has very obligingly resumed the operRoll Call, November Kl Statistics show that since 1900, dis- ation, of their plant at 4 o'clock, a. m This gives ull early risers much needof peaco-tlmperhnvo brought asters sonal Injury to 1,500.000 persons, at ed light of mornings. on tho same time destroying properly o. In the past Hsht yars ih Kentucky, tli new olllcliglilirs hnvo teen given jolis (it an inci i.s.ij u,Ht to u tiiiuveis of SOiilOVJ.uO a valued at over $1,000,000. During 1917 M US. SI I'SKKIt VI I.SOX. year That la J43.'Jl5 wo month or uvrr fMtu.uu euij Uu Including alone, eighty disasters wero aided by Sunddyu. Mrs. Wilson, wito of Mr. Musker the Red Cross. Tho lire marshal's ofllre ro's you tuxlmyn.s tWc- as much urulur In the Stanlej us under Wilson (lltpiiMlcunt. Krlculturiil DepartThis situation demands a prepared-ness'fo- r Wilson, died at tho home of Mrs. Maexpenses for lulIilMd fuieH, ment Mat Cohen's pufciiliii! tiui-linemergency rellof and that Is ry II. Wilson, where sho had gone on dollar meals, tuxls. etc. wne 4,l6J.OOJur Jhiee eiun Kjlirici limes what in Siii.eflnundtiit (illl.eit's Uei irtinent of tclicula ale what the Red Cross is to supply. Red a visit, Sunday October 12th., after they (varu J ruler Willkon lteiu!illcan). Cross chapters everywhere will ere-at- a brief Hlnes3 of pneumonia. disaster preparedness committees . Her lemains wore hurled at Cane Increase in Job Holders and Extravagance of Those that will mako surveys locating food, Run, on Monday following, Already in Office the Cause of Increased Taxes after hospital Hupplie?, clothing, buildings funeral services which wore conductT.c.nllntr Democrats s.iy theie Ik no hope of Utter thiiiKS under Oov i nor Itliiek for housing refugees, and will also ed by Rev. Ward Tuylor. . . "T t bplo wuiit ii liouvf cleaning at Frank-tor- t. Ji i'l ei- - oh canvass for "physicians, nurses and The want to pee home lie. men mel Home new Iucih in tho Besides her husband sho Is survivsocial workers prepared to respond thut have olllces ind ilepuitmeiitw. The want to Ret lid of the I nyulii repeat ed by two small children.' Leccm? fumlllar only beeullse of Ioiik tenute of otlke to emergency calls. nnd tho Democrats of the .State know It that the ollleeholilerH ha In tho case of great disasters where Ttwi tnken possession of him mil ho has tuki n pussesilmi of ilwtti ivory lu Hcarcoly a county In the State In which tiny uio not the resources of tho division In which NOTICE STOCK LAW ELECTION. fffoit to secuie his nomination. IF HE IS GOVERNOR THERE CAN. , reIt occurs is tho entire Ohio Commonwealth of Kentucky: NOT BE AND WILL NOT BE, ANY BUSINESS REFORMS OR ANY CUTTING DOWN OF UNNECESSARY EXPENSES OR CUTTING lief strength of tho Red Cross In tho County Court: Regular Octobor OFF OF USELESS pFFICERS OR EMPLOYEES." country may bo mobilized through,, naHon torm, October Cth, 1919. slid' "Before lie Mills M. I.oKin: foiiuer Atuice) tional headquarters. became Oovemor the olllcholdeis under the present administration MaclT Cook, J. O. G. 'C. Presid put a rlngr In his nose unit have been leudlr.K him uiound ever since " Red Cioss chapters, division offices ' ing. and the national olllce are planning to Democratic Papers Denounce Stanley Administration put disaster relief on such a sound J olm Iloone, et al., The Louisville Post (Pern) said: "Tht whole stale Is clamorlni? basis that It will become natlon-widVs; Judgment, Orders &c. for u man who will 'clean house.- - hut Ml. lli.uk leaves the house as It In scopo, and will iiasuib for all emer- Stock Law Election, In North Rock--po- rt Is. He hai had a Kre.it oppoitunlty anil he has fulled slKiialiy and before tho whole stnte to take ndvuutuKC of It. He Is we speak gencies a swift mobilization nnd apVoting Product, No. 8. plainly a ciutlous. timid man. who wants Gillie l.ngely for thu sake plication of whatever funds, supplies of the olllw. L'uder him llilnas would be lamely ns they are." In pursuance with tho judgment, and expsrienced workers may be The Louisville Courier Journal (Dem.) said; "If he Is a Btronrt. und orders entered of record In tho able and effective man he will set uliout ui once In cure deftcts wlik-needed. have blemished the udmlulstiatlon of his piodovssor. Jle will nvils above styled action, notice Is horoby erpeclul effort to destioy mxplclom. and iuniors which aio at laiKe opened In to the effect that he has entered Into an ulllmn'o fir tindemtandlnsT with given that a poll will bo Senator KtanJey unci the latter's personal ndlieients by which hd ! North Rockport- - Voting Precinct on RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP committed to un uinluhle attitude toward tho tiliiuley recoid." Tuesday, November 4th, A. D.1919, KENTUCKY IN THE HOLE MEANS to take tho sense of tho legally quall- just The United States Census Bureau at Wnslifnutou Inssays Issued voters'of Bald precinct on tho fol that 30 The spirit of "Service expressed In Ifled Statistics of States" (or- 1918 which a report. "Flnon-n- il of the 48 States paid nil expenses, luclpillnf.- Interest and money for lowing question "Aro you In favor of action. Kentucky was not one of the M. This permanent Impiovenients. making It unlawful for cattle or any Homes made wretched iriiort also says that Illinois, Indiana, Ohio aim West VtrKlnla not only paid expenses but wein a Jiillllun dollara to the tood. Kentucky, species thereof to run at largo on tho by war, need help. within a stone's throw of all of tlicm old not even pay expenses. public highways or unlnclosed landa Communities at home of North Rockport Voting 'Precinct," need Red Cross Service. Gov. Black Is Tied Hand and Foot to Stanley Office Holders If You Want a Change The Red Cross In 1920 alms to as prayed for In said petition herein filed. ' complete Its war work and to serve American communities Given under my hand, as Clork of the County Court, of tho County JOIN TPE RED CROSS aforesaid, this tho Cth day of October, A. I)., 1919, 2-Third Roll Call, Nov. W. C. I1LAN1CENSHIP, m n imM aW a iMIH mi ,msj Clerk Ohio County Court. ICti The traditional responsibility of preparedness to offer relief In times of famine, fire and floods, will be part service. In of tho new peace-tlmaddition, tho Red Cross chapters aro continuing their organization to In- elude the Public Health, Nursing, Educational Classes In Dietetics, Home Core of tho Sick, and First Aid. Home Service to civilian families and community work through tho Junior Red Cross organization. The development of Community Health Centers, completely organized, where tho official and volunteer agencies can be and brought Into harmonious rolations for protect ing and promoting community health efficiency, is the big offering of the Rod Cross to tho people In American communities in carrying out its plan for peace-tim- e service. Chapters are to supplement and not supplant tho efforts of established and effective agencies. In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, tha details of tho toalth center plan will bo given to chapter delegates and tho public by Doctor Farrand and other National Headquarters officials, at the Etnte meeting Just announced. tho Red Cross Is concentrating overseas on relieving nftor-wa- r conditions, nnd in caring for men still In service. Vtrn!nkl hml his mumnrmis exnorl- oners, tli! oven nftec ho wns qultc widely known, write Alexander Hindi In the New York Times. On one occasion he wn nsked by n wealthy Rrlt-Is- h nnhlrmnn to state his term for Iilaylnu half an hour nt his home. They crime to an agreement, nnd on the evenlne of the inuslcnle Wlenlnw-sk- i opened the program with IJecthov-en'- s j "Romanze In F." He was playing his best nnd deeply cngroed In the music when he suddenly noticed out of the corner of his eye the host nervously looking nt his watch. This happened severnl times before the "Romanze" was finished. At Its close, ns he was bowing liK acknowledgments to rapturous applause, the Rrltlsh peer caught him by the sleeve and whispered In his oar: "For heaven's sake, man, how much do you expect to get through In hnlf an hour nt this rnte? Why do you piny such plow pieces?" I j Building Material Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishing Boards, Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets, Ventilators, House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Stains, Door Locks, Door Hinges, Nails, ' Strap Hinges. . .. . v The Garden of Eden. The question of the site of Eden has greatly agitated theologians; somo placed it near Damascus, others In Armenia, some In the Caucasus, others nt Hollah, near Babylon; others In Arabia, and some In Ahysslnlar The Hindus refer It to Ceylon, one writer locntes It nt the North Pole, nnd n learned Swede asserts that It was In Sudernianla. Severnl authorities concur In placing It In n peninsula formed by the main river of Eden, on the east side of It, below the confluence of the lesser river which emptied themselves Into It, nt about' 27 degrees north latitude, now sw.illwcrt up by the Persian gulf, nn event which may have happened at the universal deluge. 2."4 B. C. Mr.ny. however, think that the whole sto-- y of Eden Is n legend nnd that, accordlnsly, the man who tries to find Its site is like the blind man who looks In a dark room for his black hat that Is not there. Helps Red Returned Soldiers e. In Compensation cro-tall- moc-cnci- n, M While everything Is supposed to bo bone-drclamped tho skillet top t, wo should say, yet down, wo see some of the old liners who don't wear red hair, sporting mighty hay HORSE STRAYED Dnrk sandy looking faces every now and 15 Hs hands high, weigh about 900 then. lbs, 4 years old. Left premises of Walter TuckcV Oct., 11. Notify You can't keep this town down. We HENRY EZELL. . Aside lGt2p sure do make Improvements. R. 1, Llvermore, Ky. from the building erected by Acton ms Bros., Uncle Joe Bennett hns Just SULPHUR SPRINGS. completed the building of-- shed over his scales down nt the stock pen, nnd Most nil of the tobacco Is In the to barn nnd the early planted corn Is in Sol Barnett has added n lean-t- o his barn. tho stack, but no frost on the pumpkin yet and the fnrmer.s aro so glad I can't understand Just why some the; drouth Is broken that they are of these ivld birds like Tom Stevens, willing to sit on goods boxes and Ernest BIrkhead, Goodmnn and a few swap yarns while the land Is too wet others whose names we wouldn't dare to work, for wo sure have had somo link with the above brio, always car- - ,..,n ,U11 lt ,s stm raining. Wonder ry a handbag or suitcase when theyvhon the othcr aroullx will be brok-mak- e excursions to Owensboro. Once1,,,,? mere was some excuse lor loung Report says that a fusmcr about about, especially JjK0 or Hell's Neck caught ten these recepticles when one went into places like unto possums iast Sunday and had them tho "Yaller Banks." Lu cooe(i ti,c same day and was all "" eaten but one hind feg. Somo'pos- 1. D. Claire gets his feelings ruf- sum tale wasn-- t lt? Ask Jll(lgc NVcd-fie- d up somewhat, and sorter hot up (UnK wnat he knows nl)0Ut u. cause I took up for the old home There seems to bo a prospect of town. No sir! I don't conceed noth- - 1Uore oil development in this section ing to nobody, nowhere nohow, when'If tll0 ,nn,j ownors WH use common it comes to a matter of holding up for sense aml busings Judgment and I know lea!le my folks nnd my bailiwick. thtlr ,limJs 0Ht as jong a3 a few you have street cars, nnd a customs hoUi Mnck n,- - 0n is found near their house and a few great, big. shut-u- p lams S() they niay be able to sell their still houses (get that, "still" houses) leabes for nlB money, just so long we and a few more people than we've got, v in an walt for 0u. So come 0 but It's early yet and, oh shaw: just boys and lease your lands and each a few other insignificant things that one do his part and all fare alike. I we, up here, don't care about. Let's be honest with ourselves and don't see why In the dickens you with our neighbors also. should get so sore just because, ns ms you say, I discounted the tale on FARM FOR SALE. y, air-tighv n I you--cat- Farming Implements Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Rubber and Steel Tire; Disc Harrows, Sulkey Plows, Riding and Walking Corn Planters. Cultivators and two-ro"one-row w, j X Hardware and Furniture A general line of Hardware and Furniture, Iron Beds, Rockers, Majestic Ranges, Moore Ranges, Moore's Air-tigHeaters, Heating Stoves, Large Rugs, Lino- Dining Chairs, Queensware. leums, ht Four separate departments. Come to see us. can please you in quality. Prices right. We j Fordsville Planing Mill Company X JAKK W1LSO.V, Milliliter J FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. germ-carryin- ft ? hdrfliv iiA Sk x e -- high-spee- d s. Disaster Relief ' I B fMLZnllr vk !' sure-noug- lo EBgagsa vmm mm E32 Greater capacity. Closer skimming. to Easier wash.' Speed indicator. aes Easier to tur n. Wears longeiT Automatic oiling. Patented milk distributing device that you cannot get on any other machine. Assured service. Ask any De Laval user. y L Over 2,000,000 in daily use. o m KENTUCKY J. D. WilliamsKy.6 Sons Dam, Bea-ve- r . llotlt I'lioncs. rull-muri- th-e- e o j' i FARMS FOR SALE! 50 acres 4 miles from Hartford, $300 worth of timber, t. vein of coal underlying it, 12 acres of bottom land.. Good orchard and barn, at $45.00 per acre. 4-f- over-taxed- 145 acres of Green River land, 11 veins of coal. G5 near South Car-rollto- n, 85 acres bottom, underlaid with No. 8, 0 and Price $05 per acre a bargain. 2V1 I Vote For Morrow and the Straight Republican Ticket I iniles from Hartford, Rough River bottom at $65 per acre. 118 Acres, near Rosine, 4 room house, orchard etc. Price $2,500. 50 Acres, 2 miles from Hartford on the road. Two houses and barn and other outbuildings. Price $5,000. Coal rights under 100 acres of land, known as the Dr. Patterson farm. Price $10.00 per acre. acres Har-dinsbu- rg av CAUP. KE0WN. . 11 mm j