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The Hartford republican: October 24, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919102401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 24, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Hty Jlctrtfira Fine Job Printing. A DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS fkrowbiicim OCTOBER, OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY VOL. XXXII. RESERVATIONS TO HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTYi KY., FRIDAY, 24L Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 1919. No. yth j y two sgoro, perhaps, have been sent will bo to tho effect that nil tho rights TO RETURN FALLEN KAISER'S CAOINET home from Ohio County to this society. and prlvalcges conferred upon Japan Ohio county's portion of tho fund In Chlncso territory under tho treaty 0, to bo raised has been placed at HEROES FOR BURIAL UP FOR WAR CRIMES MARK PEACE TREATY must ho restored to China within ono . and while tho most strenuous year. It Is believed this ninendincnt campaign will bo waged through tho will have n better chanco of passing Schools, every Individual is asked to llmti itn nmntifl mnnt rnnnnt V ilnfnflt. Berlin To Try Ludendorf Et Administration Leaders Are c,i n lno Senate, Inasmuch as It mere- - $50,000,000 Asked To Re Lodges Well Represented In contribute. State-Wid- e Wo hnvo boon Informed by SuperGathU. S. Dead From Jnpan move tho Al Allies to Arraign Beaten Would Accept ly fixesfulfill time within which return intendent E. S. Howard, that tho must her promise to ering. French Fields 600 Compromise. schools of tho county are organized Shantung to China. Tho President ready for tho drlvo, in fact many of lias stnted affirmatively that ho trusts them have raised their allotment In Jnpan In hor promise to glvo ShanWashington, Oct. 23. Fifty milj Representatives and masters of wholo or in part. Berlin, Oct. 20. Count Johana Washington. Oct. 21. The admin- tung back to China, and for this reaThe following schools have mado Helnrich von Bernstorff, former Geristration's fight to bring about rati- son It is not believed there will ho lions of dollars for tho removal of lodRcs of tho Kentucky Masonic assembled In Masonic Temple reports of amount raised to date: man ambassadro to tho United States, fication of tho ponce treaty with out much objection to an ainbndinciit American heroes of tho war with GerConcord, Fannie Mno Paris teacher, has arrived hero from Munich in ansreservations completely collapsed to- merely stating, tho tlmo in which tho many from tho soil of Franco to that yesterday morning for nnnunl session of the United States is proposed In a of. the Kentucky Grand Lodge. $13.30; Trlsler, Evelyn Foreman, wer to a summons of tho National day promise must bo lived up to. W., Carson Black, grand mastcq of teacher, $10.80; Pleasant Walk, Mrs. Assembly bill Introduced in the House by RepCopimlttoo Investigating l'aced by tho realization thnt Reresentative Oscar K. Illnnd, of India- tho Grand Lodge, read his annual re- O. W. Duff, teacher, $11.00; tho responsibility of individual mempublican header Lodge has enough A TltlltUTK TO IIO.V. EDWIN 1, MOUItOW na. In explanation of his measure, port and statements of John H. Lillian Beck, teacher, $13.00; bers of tho old regime In bringing" totes pledged for his reservation Leathers, grand treasurer, and Dave Broadway, Grace Chapman, teacher, about and prolonging tho war, as well Mr. Uland said: adoption, Demoto sectiro Its "I want to call your attention to a Jackson, grand secretary, also were $20.80; Highland, Mamie Keown, as for tho failures to take advantage Judgc II. J. Dethurum, of Somerset, cratic senators now arc urging Unit K of tho opportunities to mako peace. judge of tho Circuit Court of tho condition that prevails with refer- lizard. teacher, $25.00.v bo made to tho Republiovoratuics Tho lodge was entertained yesterof m Dr. Von Bethmann Holhvegg, f Judicial district, la ono ence to the removal and can side In nn effort to got thu host Twonty-tlglit- h Recent- day afternoon by the Masonic Wid- HARTFOKD-OWEXSHORmer Imperial chancellor; Dr. Gottllob they can In the way of reservations of the best known Judges In Kontuc- - our dead heroes In France. ly the STATE-AIon Foreign Af- - ows and Orphans' Home. School HIGHWAY von Jagow, former foreign minister; whlch will not mean tho rojcctlon of ky. Dr. Alfred Zimmerman, who succeedIn a public nddress at Whltcsburg, fairs of the Select Committee on Ex - children were taken to the temple and tho treaty. A fund of $25,000, has beerruar-antec- d ed him; Dr. Karl Holfferlch, former 1,8th, pendltures In tho War Department appeared on tho stage. October Although Senator Lodge hns defl- - Saturday evening, Yesterday afternoon reports perfor grading and improving the finance minister; Admiral von Capel-l- e, nltely announced that the tlmo for Judge llethurum, maelo tho following 'made Investigation and collected data State-Ai- d Highdrive for Hartford-Owensbor- o concerning his former law concerning the whole situation In taining to the Stato-wid- e support-'statemewho was minister of marine, and compromise has passed, the era of tho President still cling to the! partner, Edwin P. Morrow, Republl-hop- o France. We found that the Ameri- $1,000,000 to provide for a now way, by tho subscription ,and payment Gen. Erich Ludendorff all have been can dead there were burled In &29 Widows and Orphans' Home were of $5,000 by citizens along the route "Invited" to attend and give testimothat they may bo able to effect can candidate for Governor: th and by the appropriation of a like ny "I resldo in tho homo. town of our cemeteries and that there were 75,-3- 1 hejard. The sum is more than some changes In tho reservation pro-- 1 8 gravs. collected. These arc all Identified amount by tho Fiscal Court, and the These men will bo confronted by gram which will save tho treaty from distinguished candidate for Governor, 'Grand Master Black recommended total sum of $10,000 supplemented by Count von Bernstorff, who alleges reservations which tho President In' I have known him throughout his but probably about 1,500 of these that his efforts for peace thru Presiiiin iwirliiM iterl.ireil "would rut tho whole life. Wo nractlccd law toceth- - are being identified slowly as now that tho salary of Grand Secretary j- $l5, 000 set aside by the State, icr'at Somerset till I was called to tho jf acts and evidence come In. In the Dave Jackson be Increased from $2,- -j Tho proposition has been approv dent Wilson and Col. Edward M. hen'rt out of the leaguo covenant." ed, accepted and work actually begun. House, In Decpmber, 191G, and Janu- This hope may not bo realized, for bonch In 1910, since which time he!1"0"1" of August, they Identified 150 500 to $1,000. Registration 'E. E. Nelson, of Williamsburg, was Tho State Inspector or superinten- army, 1917, were making good headone of tho reservations which Sena-- ; has appeared ns council in my court. 'Braves. Tho Graves dent, Mr. Dye, has been here for sev- way when Berlin ruined all by a resen- - As a lawyer and practitioner ho Is Service In France, which Is an army elected Grand Junior Warden. tor Lodge declares his fifty-fiv- e In France, believes that Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, eral days. If the rains would cease, newal ot tho ruthless support Is tho very one tho'nble, courteous and ethical; as an warfare, ntors will President denounced In his Salt Lake vocate. ho hns few equals, and no su- - - I3 tlie best thing to do to concen- - Kentucky, conveyed In its 102nd considerable progress could be made and that the government Ignored his repeated warnings that such a meaperiors. in Kentucky; you hnvo heard ra a" t"es graves Into ono or more meeting in the Masonic Temple last, this fall. speech. sure would bring America Into tho him champion tho cnuso of tho peo- - magnificent cemeteries in Franco, and night, when the following officers llltclirork Faces Heolt. FORMER OHIO COUNTY they are' of the impression were elected: war on the side of the allies. ploon tho stump, and know that he is j I Tho first step toward tho collnpso WOMAN' DIES IN ALBAMA Grand high priest, S. K. Veach, There Is a great rush for tickets of a master in the art of forensic clo- - that such action will soon be taken of tho administration fight enmu this quencc. I'" Congress, so ns to start them on Carlisle; deputy grand high priest, admission to hear the count's testi Domo-cratl- c morning when a number of Mrs. J. Maxwell Porterfield died mony. Owing to the smallness of the "I, during all theso years, have oh- - their work of concentrating theso James F. Winn, Wlrtchest.er; grand ( senators were called together served his conduct as a citizen. I Braves. They stated to our commit king, Hanson Petersonf-Cynthlariat her hpme 'in Montgomery, Ala., room, .only twenty tickets could bo . . , ,itt tin i , ny oe.imur niitiiuu t iu lumui .miu t, , th .. .... ,vai.in nnw fnr n ' cpnnil scribe. James Garnett. ' Louis Thursday, October 10. Mrs. Porter-fiel- d distributed among the eighty for. -' ,. ' """,.-,.... . ""., , tl.n niimiieratlB members of the For- - ""u,, "'" was formerly Miss Gertrude eign correspondents here. . vmu, ,eiunu,' nuim iV "'""' ihjhcj iu ue upon tno at home, and It Is with pleasure that .beginning concentration. uieu uuiuiui Johnson, Louisville; grand secretary, Monroe, daughter or tho late Felix clgn Relations Commltteo I think this1 tQ h,8 g(J0(, name Manv policy which those members should l tcstJf the proper thing for them to do 'g. Allison Holland. Lexington; grand Monroe, of Beaver Dam. ymn ,10mrrled tho EXORMOUS LOSSES DUE follow In the Important meeting of Besides h'er husband, the Deceased and accomplished dnughter of tho ln view ot '" Iacl tnat u would bo captain o Host, a. uonion suizer, TO CONTINUED KAINS tho commltteo which has been called Is survived by her mother, three sta lato Judgo O, IL- Waddlo, and as u ' a tremendous amount of, trouble and Maysvllle; grand principal sojourner, tomorrow mornlnlg. At this meet- -' expense lo for bodies' fn WilltanlTt. Johtiston, Lebanon T grand ffers and two brothers"union llielr home is Great damage has been done by tho ing tho Lodge program, embracing' result of thnt blessed with two bright, sweet chll- - France and later take them up and Royal Arch captain, Frank G. Rash, excessive, or rather by continued wet 'about fourteen reservations, will bo dren. I never know a sunnier, hap- - move them to America. Earllngton; grand captain of the 1'EMOCRATIC PAPER OX MORROW weather. Farmers in the County submitted to the committee, and In all pier homo than that of Mr. Morrow. ' "There are the graves of 4,500,000 third veil, Virgil C. Smith, Somerset; nT.,.nad only Veeun to hnrvest the soy nu. o..,,...,, probability, adopted by a majority No man is more devoted to his family people who fell In this war, now sleep- - grand captain of the second veil, Guy crop, and hundreds of acres of vote. published in Tom .bean peas Is he. Ho Is always deeply con- - i'B in French soil. More than half of p. Johnston, Somerset; grand captain ocratic newspai-e- r cow were also unharvested when When the Democratic conferenco than Lan-far- e following i,, . . , . , They fear an at- - of tho first veil, W. O. Rlgney, Rhea's home town, nas "he wel- - these are French. was im- corned ns to their comfort and convened. Senator Hitchcock complimentary article on Edwin P. ago, Oct., 22. and Is haniilest when nt home, tempt on the part of America to re- - caster. Courier-Journa- l, since which date no weather ot mediately faced by a revolt among Morrow, Republican candidate for anyconsequence has surrounded by the family group, iinovo theso bodies, which would rc- been fair enough tho senators of his own party who governor: In enormous economic loss to HERE'S A JUDGE THAT fsult to cure theso crops. flatly told him they would refuse to ROY FORESTER ONE OF of the opinion that the "Many aro WAS XOT ENGAGED France. Besides, tho future pilgriV. C. Elgin and Black & Barrass follow his program of voting to kill Golden Age of oratory lies in the dim aro perhaps tho heaviest loosers In (Louisville Times.) TWO TRAINMEN KILLED mages of American parents and relathe treaty If reservations are adopted past, and pernaVs it Munfordvllle, Oct. 9. Residents and distant tives to the graves of their fallen hethis immediate section. Mr. Elgin by a majority vote of tho Scnato. there are very few "spell- had lils entire crop, of SO acres or Two men wero Instantly killed and roes In France is not entirely objec- - of this place are commenting upon ' Tlintin cniminra senator informed going about nowadays. Franco the reports from Frankfort that tho binders" tionablo to the Frenchman. i. several others Injured when more cut when the rainy weather set Hitchcock In plain languago that they train struck a horso at a crossing is naturally a haven for tourists and! Governor was unablo to find a Clr- - "But It seemed to us when wo stood In, and it is estimated, at the very did not hellevo It would bo either wlso near tho mine of tho Grapevine Coal t"e rrencn reap a great narvesi irom.cuit Jiuigo not too ousy 10 act as n for two hours tho other evening and lowest his loss will be, to say nothor politic to mako any move that Company, two miles east of Madison- - the tourists. Thero is not tho samo special Judge in the Horndon libel listened to the Hon. Edwin P. 0, ing of tho hay, approximately would not glvo their votes to such a a political plea, that there vllle, at 5 o'clock Wednesday morn- - necessity for tho removal of French case at Russellville when tlte.case was while Black and Barrass will program. o Ing. The dead aro Roy Forester, age bodies as thero Is for tho removal of called this week. They point out Is at least one exponent of the sustain a loss of that sum, of- - not Lodge's Figures Correct. order of oratory still among us. more, by loss of beans alone. It Is 3" fireman, of Mndlsonvllle. and W. Amman bodies. The French soldier that Circuit Judge D. A. McCanUless, Ro-)"Tho crowd that was out to hear claimed tho Tenth Judical district, Is spend- It was mentioned iurfho conferenco c, Durbln', head brakeman, of Cory- - Is sleeping In his own soil. Tho that tho hay would havo tual neither Senators Plttman, of No- - ,,i0 jpuouc is sinuii uiui inu iuii un ui uu jug uiu ween, ill ins uuuiu iiuic, mu him filled the court house, tho S. R. moro than paid all expenses Includweathvada, nor Chamberlain, of Oregon; when tho engine struck tho horse quickly go to the grn of their sons. lug no docket before him at this O. sign being In evldenco; the ing rent for land, cultivation, both of whom wero absont, would sup-- 1 n left tho trnck and turned over. Roy H is otherwise with American par- - time. Judgo McCandless was not er oppressively warm, and yet he was and threshing of tho beans. more asked to preside at tho Russollvlllo given tho closest attention. Nof port such n program, while no othor porLster's heed was completely sever- - I onts." Hence tho total loss to the two grow-- Mthan half a dozen people left before ers mentioned, will amount to at least trial. nnmes woro given, unmistakable ovl ed from tho body nnd when found the speaking was over) and at times $2,500 each. on PROSPECTS FOR WHEAT lonco was presented to Senator Hitch- was pinned under a' brako beam. ' while thd speaker was pausing to let CROP VIRTUALLY ENDED DRIVE FOlt ORPHANS' effect that such a procock to tho Mr. Forestor was n son of Mr. and HOME SOCIETY FUND his words "soak In" one could havo gram could not bo carried out. Mrs. Robert Forestor, who formerly LOUISVILLE MARKETS. hoard a pin fall. The prospecs for a wheat' crop of Sonntors In tho conference declar- resided hero, and tho dead man was By agreement of those in authorinot whether you agree county, are "It matters ed they bellovod Senator Lodge's fig a former employe of this office, and any consequence. In Ohio Cattlo Big demand, for the best virtually blighted. The excessive dry ty and by proclamation of Governor with Mr. Morrow or not in his politi- grado feeders and stockcrs continues, ures to bo absolutely correct; namely, was W0U known In Hartford. has cal views, you have to "hand it to any preparation for Black, tho week of Octoberfc27-3- 1 season, prevented Republicans and six that forty-nln- o nnd hardly enough of tho choice kinds ROYALTY UP FOR CRIMES. sowing, up to 18 or 2D days ago, slnco been designated as the tlmo in which him," when it comes to displaying coming to fill tho needs of tho trade. Democrats will vote for hla reserva which dato the rains havo not ceased to mako tho drlvo throughout Ken- oratory. tions. This being true, only nine Market on strictly good, heavy steers, "Ho Is certainly a master of ridi- steady. Medium and plainer steers Paris, Oct. 20. Tho names of a sufficient length of tlmo to permit tucky, to raise a fund of $300,000, moro votes would bo needed to bring Prince Rupprecht, of Unvarla, nnd of the preparation of tho grouitd for for tho benoflt of the Kentucky Chll-dre- cule and brought down tho house in slow sale. Hard to Interest buyers In about ratification, nnd tho DemocratHomo Society. The plans aro commenting on 'Dr. Holzer's famous Tho soason will bo so lato ic senators Informed Senator Hitch- others "of tho formor royalty and no- - sowing. steers. light on Physiology and Hygeno, the suro that moro blltty of Germnn officors whoso sur- - ' before thero is any posslblQ chanco to to erect cottages upon ground already text-boo- k cock they wero qulto Quotations: Prime heavy steers, arranged .for, adjacent especially ns to what It says on tho than nlno Domocrats would voto for render for trial for common law j properly work tho soil, farmers will purchased or $12.50(0 13.50; heavy shipping steors subject of kissing, which the work crimes In Franco and Belgium will bo hot likely risk the sowing of good to Louisville. ratification on tho final roll call. steers $10 11; every ono, wo take It, Is fa- claims to bo a dangerous habit and $11 12.50; medium Most Tho position of tho "rovoltors" domnuded In accordance with the, $2. 25 or $2.50 seed wheat, when light steers $9 010; fnt heifers $8 against tho Hitchcock program was tonus of tho Versailles treaty, it 'was prospects lor ruiurus uiu'cm tsu uu- - miliar with tho work done by the one that should bo entirely abolish- 11.50; fat cows, $7.50(5)11; medium Kentucky Childrens' Homo Society, as ed." certain. that it was usoless longer to carry stnted by La Liborto today. $5.757.50; cutters $55.75; can-ner- s, mm Tho newspapers say tho list now which can havo but ono on ft fight 5; bulls, $6 8; feeders LOCAL MASONS HAVE completion, includes ending, nnd that tho best, course for approaching SPLENDID SESSION $9gll; stockors $7010.25; choice thorn to pursue was- - to Join In tho about COO names, each accompanied nllcli cows $950115; medium, $65Q) fight for reservations and make tho by a detailed account of tho offenses Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. 95; common $50065. Hartford best deal with tho majority that they charged and tho evldenco on which Calves Market steady, with best M held an Interesting session last ' thoy aro based. could. Monday night, when two Fellow-craf- ts veals $15.50 016; medium $7,50 Tho supremo council, It is stated, KENTUCKY'S MOST GIFTED ORATOR, WILL Senator Hitchcock rofused to bo were elevated to the high piano 11; common to medium $5.5007.50. ontlroly convinced of the. wisdom of will soon decide the date upon which Slow and lower trade on common SPEAK AT of Master Mason. I such a plan and loft tho conforenco to the list is to bo presented to. Germany, rough calves. A number of visiting brothers wero dispatch a lotter to Admiral Grayson which, according to tho protocol to Hogs Thero soems to be no end present, as well as an unusual numolnformlng him that thero was no ne- tie treaty, must be within two months to the decline in swine values. Prices ber of the local membership. cessity of "bothering tho President after tho treaty comes Into effect. suffered 50c loss on all weights, . mm now," with any matters connected bringing top hogs down to tho $12 CHILD'S ARM BROKEN. SHOWX.RENNKTT. , with tho treaty. Admiral Grayson i mark. Lower prices reported all Mr. Arnold Bennett and Miss Dcana was advised in tho lotter that within Lester, the five year old son around. Present prices lowest since James Shown wero married at tho home of two weoks or ton days It might AND AT of Mr. cud Mrs. Lewis Fulkerson, who February 3, 1917,, when top hogs sold necessary to consult with tho tho Brldo's parents, near Beda, Sunhad accompanied his mother to tap down to $11.90 per hundred. Best G President and obtain hla advice as to day afternoon at o'clock, Rov. L. D. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher. hogs 165 lbs up $12; 120 to 1C !ts a what tho Domocrats in tho Senate Harrell, of Loltchfiold, performing Monday afternoon, where tho Ledlos $11.25; tlgs 120 lbs down, $10 75; ceremony. should do In tho event the reserva- the meeting, while play- throwou's, $9.50 down. Aid Society-w- as Tho brldo is a daughter of Mr. and tions aro adopted. Sheep and LambsNo change In ing fell from a chair, breaking one of groom A new solution of tho vexing Shan- Mrs. Alonzo Shown, and the bending tho other, of values wlttt good outlet for tho detho bones and tung problem was proposed today by the only sou otMr. and Mrs. Robert ,btick4 the the left arm. The little fellow was sirable kinds. Best sheep $6;idt'ciuU of Calif ronla, In the P. Bennett, of near town, both of Those Hearing Him Will Get Value Received for sonator Johnson, Immediately nttonded by a physician $4 dqwn; choice Irmbs $18; good families and prosperous farin- Time Spent. form of an amendment, which he will culls f5CS and Is doing nicely. fcffer u tho Senate. The amendment ,e:s i cIldren from entertain masons $2,-50- 1 Ed-wnr- pro-grn- m al O D I nt one-four- at tlik I "V- !..,.. cnmis I I ,.'.. . ,. -- ly J $2,-00- old-tlm- 0f harvesting . ns ' I HON. E. P. MORROW 0 F0RDSVILLE Monday Afternoon at One O'clock be-co- HARTFORD. At 7:30 P. M. Same D&ie. $S; l vm?rSrcrJG.I5Srtrj j sr , iW' i' yrf" cWtit vuTmn mmrift "r "Twiy ty 'yMwiii. ..-- mm mhhh' "yyy ' 'l'VH'' V"" r "FLYINO PREACHER" FIRST IN AIR DERBY Covers 5,402 Miles In 50 Hours Average 108 Miles. Oct.. IS. Lieut. W. Maynard, "the flying parMlvln son," landed on Itoosevclt Field at 1:60:02 tills nftornoon, having the Tound trip from coast to Miiu-- t in lho transcontinental nlr der . .iiatnnponf nnnroxlmately 5,402 . nilies. In little more than flfy hours ur.lnnl flying time. "I believe we could have made It in two and a half days If we did not hiuc to stop nt certnln points under the rules governing this race," said tun post or-- n viator shortly nfter ho landed. "It won't bo long before others will bo making It In three days. I'd like to make the attempt nnd tako my wife and children along, If that worn possible. Piisil)illtir Great. "The most significant result of the Ilig'rtt is that It has shown that it would bo possible to shift a fleet in two and n half or three days." The flrs-- to greet Lieutenant May he stepped from his machine naid vron! tali wife nnd two children, Evelyn ajid Rosalie. The aviator handed v.. ,.... inr hnniint of American cr. h ha.l broueht from Cleveland. He said ho was tired, out happy to have completed the trip successfully. He said tho credit for tho success or the trip should go to Sergeant Klico, his mechanician, who supervised tho installation of the new motor after the breakdown at Wahoo, Maynard's pet and mascot, the Nnb police dog "Trlxlo" was the first out or the plane to greet Mrs. Maynard and tho two little girls. Mlncoln, 1 . com-pliit- cd t u ,,v Hitrhrr Lieut. Paul Rltc'her landed at Iloorevelt Field at 4:05 p. m.. completing tho first leg of the flight from His first act was to San Francisco. trol." coasratulnte Lieutenant Maynard on Tuil-Knde- r. This would nicfin a 75 per cent SERVICE WINS NO to his salary as Lieutenant Maynard Is certain of first place In MORE CHEVRONS the tlmo clasa of the derby, whether snood class remain t li" lends In tho It U liellovcd that ho lio determined. nt least 100 miles an hour Only Men Abroad To Be nvcraRed on the whole trip. He said ho flow Decorated For Time' said he mostly by compass mid bolclvod his success was duo to "a In Army. combination of good lUck and good Judgment." a An order from tho adjutant gen'These I5nt Wouldn't lint My Host eral's office, Washington,- - promulgat1'red Lninti. ed yesterday at Camp Taylor, sets It's hard to keep rats out of a feed forth that service rendered In tho arneighborstore. Tried for years. A my nfter October 4, 1D19, will no't be ing store sold mo somo up counted toward tho acquirement of It worked wonders, aathered nought service chevrons, gold, silver or blmj, ,, lead rats every morning, a rat now, except that rendored In tho American P. Lore Haven't expeditionary forces In Siberia nnd They wouldn't oat my best grain when Throe with American troops In occupation P around." I threw of hostile territories. sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Announcement was made yesterday guaranteed by J. F. Case Sold and T)ruc!tnnt fIcl(1 clerks honorably discharged ' blor, Acton Bros., Tajlors will recclvo the $C0 bonus granted to Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker soldiers, according to tho provisions Myrtle. of a recent act of Congress. A number1 of field clerks aro listed for disA roitPXKV HIT. charge at Camp Taylor in tho near future, It Is said, ns their services nre' "I made the statement the other no longer needed, or they mny be day that under government control by regular soldiers. there are 170.000 more men employMany men of th,c l,st Division, old ed on the railroads than when tho regulars whoso time of service would government took them over. Tho soon expire arc at Camp Director General of Railroads, Mr. Taylor and those who will not elect quickly in a letter Hines, came back to remain In the division, will hae me and said, "Mr. Fordney. you j to error, we nave oiu the choice of being sent to Siberia, are greatly In tho Philippines or the Canal Zone. 140.000 more." One hundred and Musicians Xccdcil. of dollars a' month ninety millions The 1st Division is to have a di.'is lost In government tomfoolery in vision band nnd a division football the handling of the railroads of the team in another ten days or two country since we took them over as a Every man of common weeks, material for such now being war measure. 'selected. Musicinns are scarce, It Is senso knows it was unnecessary to H was aid, but may bo obtained from other over their management. tnk camps if not from rapid recruiting. purely a political move by the Presi Maj. Harry F. 'Porter, camp utilident." ties officer, has a plan by which, with "The government took over tho a slight expenditure of money steamboat lines. Ono of them had but govern- compared with what it would take offices In IJaltimore. The to fit up permauent residences, quar ment took over their steamships and ters may be provided for officers and als.o 630,000 in their treasury. Rec vacant buildings in the ently it tendered their ships back to families in any money. In camp hospital area and vicinity. The the company without nrlHItlnn tn this. Mir envi'rnment loht problem of the conversion of the two buildings formerly used as hostess $100,000 a month on this one steanA unsolved. ship line while it was under Its con housc3 remains nd-dltl' HAT-SNAP. HAT-SNAHAT-SNA- Cl y A man's best pal is his smoke HH . ' ftfl VHL, "Meet you after the movies" Chcs. Field K following up a good show Chesterfield. No ordinary cigarette, this. Mellow as an old friend, but rich with flavor the kind that goes right to the spot. NOTHING like smoke Our own buyers in the Orient select for us the choicest Turkish leaf. We blend with this several varieties of specially selected Domestic tobacco. This blending by a secret method brings out new qualities of flavor that other and less expert methods fail to find. That's what we mean by "satisfy" an entirely new kind of smoking enjoyment that you get in Chesterfields only nowhere else; for the blend is a closely guarded secret. 11 It can't be copied. fslfjG6iV'6fiJCAj, 6tKX Cq? Ms victory. The Reno landing field Is a bad the worms, strengthens the stomach on KjwiL It lies in u valley and tho and bowels and puts the little one !tho road to health and cheerfulness. stoke of the city partly hides It and Price 30c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio laafcfcB landing difficult. Tho Jump m County Drug Company. Irtira Reno to Sacramento takes one tms- what 1 consider the most beau-tilTRAVKLKHS Ml'ST PAY TAX. part of the United Suites, but It in tho most dangerous too Just ;i Evidence that all income tax eonliiiuiij) tow of mountains, one afhave been met are being ter tit; other, with not a solitary spot required of every individual iuculding to lend. aliens who seeks to leave the country. Vmielictl Slv Sermons. Aliens, it is stated, must show that ' "tYe were treated royally all along their Income tax has been paid up to tho, 2I. especially in San Francisco. and including the month preceding Wrt Mrt't tho King and Queen of Hel their departure. Citizens are reqifirand wore Invited Klniut there to!ed to nav all Installments up to the! loikcJuon with them, but cbuld not un,e 0f their sailing and they must spue the tlmo that day. I hated to ulake arrangements for the payment leave San Francisco. Do you know, I of tutnre Instalments as they fall due. nl "Altogether," said Mnynard in his experiences, "the trip was a very pleasant one. I was scared jnst once, and that was in crossing the Rockies. As a matter of fact thej are not nearly as bad as the Sierras, bat I suppose the name "Rockies" sot my goat. dis-ewri- If your child starts In its sleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle appetite, pale complexion, and dark rings under the eyes; it has worms; and as long as they remain in tho Intestines, that child will' bo sickly. White's Cream Vermifuge clears out jmijs "Hat Cost Me $l-.- "5 1'or Plumbing Hills." "We couldn't tell what was clogging up our toilet and drains. We had to tear up floor, pipes, etc., found They had a rat's nest in basement. choked tho Dines with refuse. The P plumber's bill was $125. leaned tls rodent out." Three sizes, 25c. 50c, ?1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case-bieActon Bros., Taylor's Dru? Store. Williams & Duke, and Walker m Myrtle. units, RAT-SNAr, Sturky 4 I liestern m. V E. V A EL m TT E - SCHOOL CHILDUEX EARN $.'00.00 IX V. s. s. ,$0&1 20 for 20c I jfiSyT-Ti- . k O Prizes will bo awarded for the best essay written on the following sub Pupils in all public, private and parochial schools in the State whose academic qualifications place them in tho Sixth Grado or above. .ml and the blend can't be copied -- jects: Sixth Grade The Life History of c.h? waa SuVitod to preach in nearly every chnrcb in town, but I was ablo to ric! nnly six of them some record, ' "At Rattle Mountain, on the return trip 'we wore presented with gold Several wagons of provisions wero nujutrt and an arrowhead, the .sym-1- distributed to tho l.COO btarving intr lho pathfinder. Then at Green habitants found by the American Red Jtivtr p hud to circle a heavy t'ro-- s upon Its entrance Into Klchln-leand .uul between R,twlng3 Dewirabid. Ckiryonne we had to find our way artmsd the edges of five snowstorms wMck hi times looked like two great white Wankeu hung up with us snow-NttiTO. fly-ic- CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR . the Common House Fly. First prize, $25. Second prizo, chnjiter story of life on a cattle ranch. New subscribers for 1920 will re$17.50. Third prize, $7.50. Grade Is the Public ceive: Seventh 52 1. The Youth's Companion Health Nurse 'a Necessity or a Luu-ty- ? $17.50. I ,M...... ,..TTmB First prize, $25. Second prizo, Third prize, $7.50. Eighth Grade If You havo How May You Ro Tubor-ciiloI- s, Cured? f. llow May You l'rovent union, liom Taking It? First prize, $50. Second prize, $35. Third prize, $15. r, Wiween thorn. " Iwxsl ia i he way of entertaining weather. "At Noith Platte tho noxt cIhv wo mi tkv6n other flyeta from tho East wbw wad been delayed by bad weutli-Then near Omaha engine trouus to land. When we got ble Uiat med up by installing a now mo By talcing LydiaE. PinStham'a tor, working through tho night by I Vegetable Compound, One th lir.ht of a bonfire, wo started lor I of Thousands ofSuch Cases. ami mn into tho roughest wfttbfir of the trip. From thoro east J Lydin Blnck River Fulls, Wi3.-"- Aa had little trouble. Vegetable Compound "The irlp has jiroved that the Lib-wt- y E. Pinkuum's Bavett me irom an Motor tan not bo beaten but I operation, I cannot sayenouph in pniisu would unKfHt that in future long out. lsultereuirom HfXfeltf th KViutors should carry sparo , oruanlctroublesanil rrvi4i,r paru so that repairs may bo my side hurt tne so hUb flying. If that wure dono made l couiu nnruiy ue up acrous the country would bo from my bed, arid I waa unablo todomy jn alxiut as safe as riding across tho housework. I Imci Hiwjklyn bridge in a trolley car." tho best doctors in "Do you think it possible to make Eau Cluiro and they contln- p flight across the wa-iwanted mo to liavo I nn operation, but LydiaE. Pinkham'a ti that dues- -' t mii vis i.l.t. PAnntwl niltil ITlf Cfk I (Hll U 3ut now. liQcnuaa the nmoliluu j i tha otwratlon. andl am tellin J one Id this flight can uot curry gas nl my friomi3 about it" Mrs. A. W. KnrMih for such a trip. Aside from Binzer, UlucK Kiver runs, wia. It is just Buch cxperienccB Q3 uun or llict 1 don't o why It could not bo Mrs. lifnzer that lias made this famous U"Mlt." root and herb remedy a household woiu IfameruiM inofsagos of cougnitu-?alicfrom oceun to ocean. Any women who Muyn-nrt- J wor roeived by Lieut. suffers from inllumniation, ulceration, nervousness, f Ur'Kl displacements, bachiche. lUJn vonins. 0 irrogularitii'B or "Uie bluu.'t " .tliould ol the artsy air strvlco said not rest until Mie ha given It a trial, lr. w'- -'- rounmndlBg Uftynard for nnd for special advice write Ldia b. at a witlt.ary aviator. Pinkhatn Medicine Co., Lynn, Mima s Wyoming did her TM WOW SAVED FROM iied m muiim iir8o tc IB F ( fl-n- illlJ'11!!! o - Gon-Jitiil- off the couht of Massachusetts in Vineyard sound. Whon salvaging operations began it was d'.sci'vereed that only about $3,000,000 wt.rth or A tho supplies could bo found copimlttco was appointed ' m to Investigate tho loss. Tho officer Ki:.IMX(. A ItAIKiAlX In charge was examined but ho declared that no ono know where tlu Thlrty-tlv- o volumes of the best missing goods had gouo. The only r, instnllinents n weekly was that '(or jess than five cents u week. That solution ho had to offer naftlcnllj eveioue in tho Mclnity is' Just what tho Youth's Companion had visited tho wreck and it might bo offer for 1920 really means. The that some of these people could shed contents of tho now volume, which a little light on the matter. ,vlll Include S serial stories, over 200 mm short stories, fifty or more urtlclcs U. S. CASUAMTIKS. by men of greut attainment, sketches, special departments, and bo forth, It Is announced officially that tho would muko 35" good volumes (at each) if published In book cost of tho war In man power to tho $1.65 United States Including losses to army form. Not a lino is waste reading. You and marine units on all fronts up to get something always worth romom-berln- September 1, Is now estimated in worth U8ing us n guide . to round numbers ns 116,500 dead and 205,000 wounded, or a total of ovor jour thoughts and uttlons. It you subscribe ns soon us you see 322,100. Of these 35,585 were killthis notice you will receive all the ed In action, 14,732 died of wounds. extra mentioned lit the following of- 58,073 died of disenso nnd 8,092 of fer, iuoludlng tho opening chapter accidents and other causes,lt Is statoC Harry' Herd, a fascinating, 10- - ed. None nre. reported missing. e, ro-,itg, Grades What Ninth and TenUi Does the Modern Health Crusndtf , Mean? First piize, $50.. Second prize. :55. Third prize. $15. Eleventh and Twelfth Grades Wi fiiou'.d I buy Red 'Cross Christ-ma- s Seals'.' First pike, $100. Second prize, 70. Third prizo. $30. Contest closes November 21, 1U19. For further lufoimutluu write Miss Jos.de O Yancey, Educational Secretary, Kentucky Tuberculosis Association, 509 Republic Building, l.ousl-villKentucky. issues In 1920. 2. All remaining weekly 1919 Issues. . 3. Tho Companion Homo Calan-da- r " for 1920. All the above for $2.50. 1. McCall's Magazine for 1920, $1.00 the monthly fnshlnn authority. Doth publications for only $2.95. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Commonwealth Avenue fc St. Paul t.. Boston. Mass. New Subscriptions received at this office. $l!,lOO,0(m IX WRKCK MlSSIXfi Nearly a year ago tho hteamshlp Fort Hunter, carrying about $5,000.-00- 0 woith of army supplies, was sunk Chsidres? Cry ta3 FSei:c&erys The Kind You Have Always Bought, and vhich brs been in use for over over 3.0 years, has borne the signature of . ana - sonalnas Deen made supervision Just-as-goo- under his pcr-t&ffi- All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. since its infarcy. .Allow no one to deceive you in this. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither .Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arisinjj therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR1A GENUBNE CASTORIA iBears the Signature of m ALWAY: 23 Cfa&ftyj7 In Use For. Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH OIHWUII COM.AIIV, NKW VOMK OITV. Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Print ing. YYOi'K uenver.eu rrompuy. MEXICO OASIS FOR i ;t "One very rcinnrkahlo thing about Colonel Uoosovqlt whllo ho was President was his Intimate knowledgo of the cntlro inachlnory of tho governBorder Towns Haven For ment nnd the character of tho .personnel, whether of his own appointGamblers And Thirsty ments or from previous occupancy," Americans. g'On ono occasion I had a very important matter regarding the audit of the custom's rccclnts to nrrnnco Montorcy, Mexico., Oct. IS. When between the insular government nnd Rtatcwldo prohibition was put Into the government of the United States. effect In tho stnle of Texas in 9 IS, At that tlnio Porto Klco was not unthousands of saloons clotted their der any one department of the govdoors and many drunkards planned & ernment, but each Insular official reto "go to sea to bcuome used to Indigestion, lWlnusiu'.sM, Constipation. ported directly to the Cabinet officor and when at tho same time the Chamberlain's Tablets hnvo rcstor- - whoso department his work fell unUnlted States government put Into cd to health and happiness hundreds der. As I 'was entirely Ignorant of effert regulations to control vice con- - j who wero afflicted with Indigestion, the procedure of the Federal GoverncllUon-?- , ridding the Southwest of biliousness anil constipation. If you ment nt that time, nnd having no gamblers and prostitutes as far as was nro troubled In this way glvo them bend of a department directly Interpossible, especially in tboso places a trial. Y6u are certain to bo plcas- - ested, I went Immediately to Mr. where American soldiers at the time cd for they will benefit you. in Hoosevclt for his advice how to prowero being mobilized and trained In ceed. 1 .fcwyjEL Bf military camps, the border towns of KKKISTKIIKI) fWTTI.K "Ho said, "Are you in a hurry?" I can, I would like Mexico at once saw the opportunity "I said, "Yes, If and Ki:;iSTi:ur.i iuimks to go nway on Wednesday's boat." that was presented to reap a harvest of wealth by the establishment of sa"He sajd, "What you will do Is Horse and cattle breeders owning loons, the opening of gambling dens "blooded" stock do not fall to havo this: You will wrlto a letter to the and tho 'offering of protection to those their animals "registered." It adds Govcrnpr, who will forward It to the unfortunate women who might care to their value and Is therefore justly Secretary of State, who will forward Camels are sold every' to cross the boundary line to continue regarded as highly desirable. It to me, who will forward It to tho where in scen tiUcally sealed the pursuits they had followed in Contrasting this attitude with that Sccretnry of the Treasury, who will packages of 20 cigarettes or Texas. of mnny careless parents, tho Public forward It to an Assistant Secrctnry tenpackages,200cigarettes) When the prohibition measures of Health Scrvlco gives tho following of the Treasury, who will forward it in a carton. We strongly recomTexas wero tested In the courts of reasons why IJaby's birth should bo to the Chief of Customs Hurcati, .who mend this carton for the will refer it to the Comptroller of the the state and declared to bo consti- registered. home or office supply or Treasury who will decide tho question tutional, the Mexican towns of Juarez, 1. To establish Identity, when you travel. and forward it back through all tlicso l'ledras Nogrns, Nunvo Laredo and 2. To prove nationality. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. channels for ,1110, who will do exactly Matamoras each vied with the other Winston-Salem- , 3. To prove legitimacy. N. C in providing places where American 4. To show when the child has a what the Comptroller of the Treasury men and women, or rather those men right to enter school. decides. This will' probably tako who were addicted to drinking and r. To show when the child has the about six weeks. I advise your gogambling, and women who pursued right to seek employment under the ing directly to tho Comptroller of tho Treasury .tell him what you want, immoral pursuits, would find a haven child labor law. of safety. The result was that In C. To establish tho right of In- - and then go back to Porto HIco." Nucvo Laredo and Matumoras "I followed this advlco and the to property, dreds of saloons wero opened, gam- 7. To establish liability to mllita-blln- g whole matter was soiled In fifteen dens where roulette, inonte. jry duty, as, well us exemption there-pok- minutes and I was able to got back to Porto HIco, although tho final 11c- and other games, wheels of ' from. fortune and craps were opened, while to vote. Hon, as he prophesied, was not taken To establish the right the places mentioned were soon full To qualify to hold title to, and 'nntil six weeks later." of Mexican and American prostitutes. to buy or sell real estate. p Nuevo Laredo and Mntamorns had beto 10. To establish the right to hold WHI Y011 Spend "(c On come not only n second Monte Carlo public office. Sine .SI (HIV for gambling, but soon there were One fiOc pkg., can kill 50 rats. Tho 11. To prove the age at which the many places where hundreds of Mex marriage contract may be entered ln- - average rat will rob you of $10 a ecliptic or sun's path is above tho year In feed, chicks and property de- - horizon. The moon's orbit is at an ican women and American drunkards to, P is deadly to angle of about five degrees to tho held forth in their orgies. 12. To make poslblo statistical 'structlon. killing. Leaves ecliptic. When full moon occurs near a representative of the ltecently rats. Cremates after of health conditions, . no smell. Comes In cakes. Ilaus the autumnal equinox- the angle ternational News Service, while en will nass tin meat, crain. cheeso to ",uc" ul moons course maKes wun to Monterey, stopped over Sun- route Constipation. day In Laredo and decided to make an Three sizes, 25c, tl,c "rlzon is reduced to its minl- The beginning of almost every sorl-- ; feast on week or so ,mum a"J tho Investigation of conditions In Nuov ons disorder is constipation. you 50c. $1.00. It Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Case moves almost parallel to the hori Laredo. Going over to tho Mexican want to enjoy good health keep your zon. This Is especially true In northcity opposite- - Laredo It was found bowels regular. This is best that several score of saloons wero complished by proper diet and "os"-- j Store. Williams &, Duke, and Walkex ern latitmlcs. In those latitudes this m period corresponds to tho harvest filled with men, of whom 90 per cent erclso. but sometimes a medlcino ljIMyrtle. season and as tho full moon rises were Amurlcans, and most of these 'needed and when that is the case nearly at tho same time for a numhad already had a nnmber of rounds yo Wll find Chnmberlaln's Tablets IX QUEST OK FLU GEKM. ber of evenings, Just after sunset, it of drinks and wero still Indulging. jnro excellent. Thoy aru mild anil Calling for a bottlo of beer of an (gentle In their action, easy and Washington. Oct. order that gives additional light for the harvest hence the name. , brand, we wore handed a j ni to take. Give them a trial. They thoro may not be a recurrence of such m bottle with n Iludwelbcr label on It, i0nly cost a quarter, n another Influenza epidemic as caused An Agrccalilo Surprise. 550,000 deaths in tho United States but the contents was beer made in "About three 'years ago when I was 1HDS I'OR V. VA. TOW.V. Monterey, and the price per pint bot(last year, Senator France, of Mary- - suffering from a severe cold on my land, chairman of the Senate C0111- tle was 35 cents American money. lungs and coughed most of the time So fur threo bids havo been submit- - mltteo on Public Health and National Whisky sells nil tho way from 25 night and day, I tried a bottlo of ted for tho purchaso of NItio, W. Va.. Quarantine, lias reported a joint res-1- 1 cents to 50 cunts a drink. Cough Remedy and In- - olutlon city built dining tho war and providing for a thorough in Chamberlain's Yanks Good Patrons. was surprised at tho promptness with tended ns a smokeless powder manu- - vestigation of this and allied diseases. The saloonkeeper In this particular w WM ,1 ' lenco one milnlion dollars is to bo which it gavo me relief," writes Mrs. l bar stated that the Sunday before ho act"r'"B 1I',a"t' Tll0J,,llt aincs Hi own, Clark Mills, N. V. Many C0-1 r.800'000 ' do available for research work on another has been surprised and pleas v,.r SHOO from tho nl hn.l ...Won l of beer and whiskey alone, and that. ed with tho prompt relief afforded in tho town cost leges of medicine and otherwiso in imiKl of tlin ltnti'dtis worn Americans. "iRtructivo work by this remedy. m ro.ooo.ooo. The property order that the dread germ which Th mh.r nin,,a . thn tw h.i " .... . ., ,., i...i., . i, iu includes n hugo power plant, various caused all tho trouble may be found HADIOAMSM IX.CIIUHCHES. iiuiiu ill t;iuiiji; wifi iiuaiiivo.1, 01 ,1 o to pro- - in addition all of tho agencies of tho evident that several thousand Anicrl other Industrial units erected - Public Health Servlco and tho medical pare the ingredients necessary in powTho churches aro having their troucan dollars are spent each Sunday in making and the civic community departments of tho army and navy bles now in meeting the issues which Mexican border town of Nuevo j dor the in which about 20,000 people ltvo. are giving their assistance in the are agitating tho people. T.ir,1f)n til mi rt Soino of gone over tho prop- - quest It is felt by the. Republican them of lato havo developed a tendenAdjoining most of tho saloons lu Imports who havo may read- - leaders of tho Senate that if the pana- - cy plants erty declare that to pander to tho radical and soNuevo Laredo and Matumoras one Ill lift IlllllKltKtllll thot tat 11 I ll til Oil i .. ! t , I r l.A Amaa.l uw "" 111 CTinHiionmwiuDu;Ua.. tUr luuuituiusia uo luuiiu, wiui. cialistic elements, whilo others are flmlu rnnma wtinrn flinrn nrn . rnn'11' uu cotton for tho 'tin' may bo also. or showing their conservatism by taking tables, monte tables, poker tables and ,for, 'omlcal manufacture Tho wood pulp paper inakng. a firm stand against theso elements. rouletto wheels, and these are a, WI All you who havo torpid liver, weak Washington for wer0 scnt to A conflderablo realignment 'is taking ways liberally patronized. The digestion or coustipnted bowels look place In tho religious field, ju.it as in cinating game of rouletto Invariably consideration but were turned down. out for chills. Tho season is hero tho political Hold. Quite n number gets its full quota of victims, for tho Is more Catarrh in this section and tho air Is full of tho dfscaso "booster" who nre always hang- ofThere country than all other diseases germs. The best thing to do is to get of ministers and members are leaving the inveigle ono into tho put together, and for years it was sup- y.our churches and identifying cortain ing about, soon liver in good condition and puriposed to bo incurable. prescribed game If ho does not voluntarily try local remedies, and by Doctors constantly falling fy the, stomach and bowels. Herblno themselves with others which more his luck. A stranger at the rouletto to cure with local treatment, pronounced is tho light remedy, It answers tho nearly fulfill their aspirations. This it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, table generally wins tho first time greatly Intluenced by constitutional con- purpose completely. Prlco COc. Sold is ngreedto bo n critical time for tho some will emerge much ho puts his money on a number, a ditions and therefore requires constitum churches; by Ohio County Drug Co. tional treatment. stronger than before ,tho war whlla column, or n color. Then he is In- cine, manufactured Hall's V. Catarrli Medi-& -by J. Cheney others are making errors which will vited to have a bottlo of boor or a Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional IVOKMI'S IiAItOEST IJOOSI remedy, Is taken internally and acts prove very cqstly to them. drink of whisky, and later encouraged thru the Ulood on the Mucous Surfaces , Hundred lotry his luck again. And so It of the IsSystem. Ono tiny case Dollars Harrlsburg, Pa., Oct. 18 Tho I (Mminbciinlii'.N Cough Iteiucdy. that Hall's keeps on this way in tho gaming Catarrh offered for Medicine falls to cure. Send for world's largest single room, n hangar I This remedy is intended especially room. A fow weeks ago a wealthy circulars and testimonials. for dlrlglblo ballooiiB, Is being fab- -j for coughs, colds, croup, and whoop V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. oil operator from Tamplco, while unrlcated at tho Steelton plant of tho ing cough. Prom a small beginning Sold by Druggists, 75c. its Hall's Family 1'llls for constipation. der the Influence of liquor in a NueBethlehem Steel Company. Tho strucall parts vo, Laredo, gambling hull "bucked" ture, which is being built for tho salo and use has extonded tomany forof tho United States and to II lit OKIiCKH n crap game and lost $10,000. United States navy, will bo completed eign countries. This alono is enough HKATKX UP IIY this is only ono instnnco of where within tho next two months. Tho to convince ono that it Is a medicine have lost heavily In Americans building, which will bo of solid steel, Wheeling, W. Va Oct. IS A and will weigh 8,000 tons, will bo 800 of more than ordinary merit. Qlvo "games" on the Mexican side of tho former army officor who had been feet in longth, 270 feet wide and 180 it a trial and you will find this to bo Hlo Grando. m officials afford pro- placed in tho "hard-boiled- " class by feet high. Each of iho doors for tho itho case. Tho Mexican tection to the saloons and gambling his men, received a telegram telling hangur will weigh 1,300 tons, and OHKHN OF u him to meet a cortuin train. When will bo oporated with olectriclty. Tho dens of their cities and, in fact, ra go them. It is said that tho train caino in a discharged dough- hangar will bo erected at Lakehurst, SIrlus. tho "Dog star," Is tho when tho mayor of Nuevo Laredo op- boy hopped off. "I've been watting N. Y brightest fixed. star (though not tho posed gambling In saloons of Neiivo n year for this chance," ho exclaimed, biggest.) Tho Ilomans called the Laredo about two months ago, con as he procoedod to heat up tho officor. THE HARVEST MOOX. I period from July 3 to Aug. 11 "dog- j After inflicting his punishment tho trury to tho' approval of Governor 'ay8 bpcau80, atthat U'" B'r'UB Ozunn, of the state of Tamnullpas, soldier caught tho train as it pulled As tho moon makes a curcult of the ,n same vaT0 who, it Is reported, had an interest out. earth in about 30 days .ho rises on J" I)og star was supposed, to add Its average about In the' concessions tho mayor was of tho o that of the sun. thus causing Vhen tho chest fcols on flro and an hour later each day. I)ut owing removed from office and wus succeed,of ed by a mayor pro teni, who permit- tho throat burns, you havo Indiges- to various' causes this period Is not,"1" Mtra hoat' Tho ",ra " as wo know, is duo to tion, and you need Ilorblne to get rid regular, and It may bo 'reduced to as ted gambling. 'higher angle of tho sun. Saloons nnd gambling dens in Mex- of tho disagrceablo feeling. It drives low as 23 minutes or extended to as t tux, and at out badly digested food, strengthens much ns 78 minutes, At tho tlmo of ico pay a heavy license this time Matamoras and Nuevo La- the stomach and purifies tho bowels. tho autumnal equinox, September "2, FOR FLETCHER'S redo and othor Mexican border towns Prlco COC. Sold by Ohio County Drug the sun rises, nnd sets exactly in tho big money off Company. m east and west, and just halt of tho which are reaping I wn-ter- ," j glassine-paper-coverco er Itnt-SmiHsVT-SNAHAT-SNAJ JOY CROWDS Americans, both at tha bar and tlio gambling tnblcs, glvo ningnlflclcnt kuiiih from their privileges. Very few Americans allcmpt to smugglo "n bottlo" bnck with thorn, for thoy ronllzo that tho Amcrlcnji customs guards aro always on tho lookout and search all persons who cross from tho Mexican to tho American fildo of tho Hlo Ornnde except those who siiiiii;i;Io themselves across j tlio river by swimming or In a skiff under cover of darkness. An Ameri can official said Mexican officials have been caught In tho net of nldlng Mexican smugglers In their work along tho Hlo Urando. "T. It." AND HOW UK HAXDMCI) ItKI) TAPK are in a class by themselves easily the the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that I Simply compare with any cigarette in the world at Camels any price ! Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost testl CAMELS puff-by-pu- ff Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how liberally you smoke them ! The expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-miltime you light one you get new and keener enjoyment Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are full-bodie- d, d. ! enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality! CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER Sas 'n fr BEDSIDE Texas Six Tears Ago, TLbldHg She Might Die, lady, But K She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardni Fee Her Recovery. pleas-America- n 20-r-I- n I I 1 I . fV (1 13 I,..-.,.- .. the better. That wai 8hc year ajf of this place, eaye; "After the and I am still here and am a treu birth of ay little girl... my side com- strong woman, and I owe my ltfe t Cardul. I had only taken half ti menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel bettsr. to bed. We called the doctor. He The misery in my side got less... 1 treated me. ..but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho CarA4 got worse and worse until the'mlsery until I had taken three bottles and 1 was unbearable. ..I was In bed for did not need any more for I wa3 wall three months and suffered such agony and never felt better in my lifo... I have never had any trouble from that thai I was juBt drawn up In a knot. .. day to this." I told my husband if he would get. Do you suffer from headache, backme a bottle of Cardul I would try it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other dlsconi I commenced taking it, however, that fortB, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo. me... for I knew I could not last glvo Cardul, the woman's tonic, many- day unless I bad a change for trial J. 71 , Kil-ma? - Royie City, Tex. Mrs. .Mary I f.. ! THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe with an electric and lighting system is one of the most popular members of the Ford Family. It is a permanently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass windows an open car with plenty of shade. Then in inclement weather, enclosed and cozy, and Just the car for , traveling architects, contractors, builders, and a regular family car for two. Demountable rims with tires all around. To women it brings the convenience and comforts of the electric with the durability and economy of the Ford car. Early orders will avoid long delays in delivery. self-starti- HAHD-H01LK- I) dust-pro- of rain-proo- f. salesmen,-physicians- ch "DOfi-DAVS- en-co- ." E. P. BARNES ea. fc & mtOTHEIt Denver Dam, Ky. , three-quarte- rs 'r toi Children Cry iSi CASTORIA 1 fThe "' -- W" t " -- ' "T r - Tfw - WMWlt-'-ywi- - mvy'Vfr'Virv WffT'""i W ifw- tsrr- tho conennso the gang had him In It's grip, brated dition in which tho remaining buildnnd he had the gang. ( ings were left when tho others were From Court proceedings recently torn down. It practically ruined tho Published Weekly by Retwo buildings adjoining, nnd I would HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY developed In alleged fraudulent publican registrations in tho city of bo willing to wager two bits against Incorporated Louisville, it looks to an outsider a pewter penny that you will not In like at least a part of them was a your columns Indorse tho Firo MarTINSLKY, Editor W. S. frame-u- p by democrats, In order to shall's nctlons in tills particular case, iinil Business Manager. undertake to cast odium on tho Re and theso nro tho only instnnces publicans. From af fldavlts filed It where you and I hnvo direct, Slat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Acrlriillure and Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, Entered according to law at tho that Democratic workers hir- - sight knowledge of tho action of the more people In his depiirtmi'iit and spenib ""'f-- ' money than any other three nuiililned departments Ky., as mall Fostoflice, Hartford, go fellows whom you say were inijest of the State government. U Is very Important to the mxpuyers especially the farmers, how tills money cd n bunch of colored voters to class. w Knatter of tho second Is spent. from precinct to precinct to register, ) dubbed You In three years, Cohen' pergonal traveling expenses, which you taxpayer pay, have piled up to n negroes nrrestgd, al- - might have gone furtlier and stated to and then had the nn uvrrngp jif $1,'SI.GI per year. In 11)17 lie charged you tnxpu.ers $JVX) per day for Address all communications total of lowing tho instigator or man in that all of Stanley's promises as tj ten (lays' for attending the State Fair In addition to railroad fnre and n hotel and taxlcah bill of more The Hartford Republican. chargo to escape. Tho individual t kicking this bunch out of Frankfort, than $100.00. Does anjboily pay you to visit the State I'alr? Vouchers on tile In the Auditor's oillee at Frankfort show what Cohen has Iteen doing with your charged with the crime of aiding or ns woll ns all of his other promises money Below are a few samples of the extravagance of this man Cohen who, four years ago, solemnly NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. having tho negro repeaters register of reform was likewise Jest, promised jou taxpayers to upend your money carefully and eeoiiomleiilly: Subscribers desiring tho papor sent unlawfully, hns slnco been arrested, to a new nddrcss must glvo tho old VOUCHER NO. 12512 PAID MAY 11, 191C. along with an election offldcr, who Is TO ALL WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN. pddrcss in making tho request. Mat S. Cohen Transportation from Frankfort to Washington and reBusiness Locals and Notices 10c llkewlso a Democrat and head of a i turn and berth $30.93 line, and lerinsertion. 6c per lino for addition- Detective Agency in Louisville. It ) Realizing that thoro exists anions Hotel Washington (at New Wlllard) 29.10 al an sentiment Cards will bo rather interesting to watch Meals en route (2) $2.00; return (3) $3.00;. In Washington (C) $6.00.. 11.00 Obituaries, Resolutions nnd . money in ad- tho outcomes of theso particular pro we, the undersigned ox members ol 'Cab 75c; Taxi 90c; Car 20c; Taxi 60c; Taxi 50c; Car 20c; Taxi 70c; of Thanks, 6c per lino, Company H, Third Kentucky InfanG.55 ceedings. Car 40c; Taxi 90c; Car 20c; Taxi $1.00 vance. try, bellovo wo owe It to Roy Speck Church Notices for services froo, 6c per lino. $77.60 lint other advertiscmentsi One great trobule with our pooplo who Is the nominee of one of tho par- , VOUCHER NO. 4341 PAID JANUARY 16, 1919. Anonymous communications will and perhaps it contributes largely to tics for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals receive no attention. M. S. Cohen $33.50 Mlleaoe Book $30.00; Berth to Washington $3.50 our unrest, that Is too much patriot- - to let the public know that ho was not Hotel at Baltlmor 17.95 'oue of the officers responsible for the Ism is being driven Into tho nverago Hotel at Washington and Berth home 22.68 , TELEPHONES. Eight Meali at Baltimore $3; 15 Meals at Washington and In transit Amcricnn citizen, or at least tho of- -, creation of such a sentiment. Mr. 123 Cumberland $15.00 23.00 o fort Is being made, not .hewover of .Speck served with us from tho 50 Farmers Mutual ' Taxi "to and from Depot at Baltimore $2.00; Telegram 45c 2.45 ginning of the war until the outfit cvery-dagood, Street Car fare $2.00; Taxis In Washington 90c, 80c, 90c, 70c, 70c, 80c. 6.80 was dissolved and scattered to the Nntionnl American sort, but too much Telegram , 55 OCTOnER 2t of this International world .ariety of four corners of tho earth and to show FRIDAY wi-ii$106.93 patriotism. Our Ideas of duty to home, how he stood with us It is sufficient VOUCHER NO. 13036 PAID JUNE 20, 1917. duty to State, to the Nation, If you to say that every mnr In the outfit VOUCHER NO. 1941 PAID SEPT. 22, 1917. please, aro being smothered by tho was anxious to go with him in his Mat S. Cohen Fare Frankfort to Chicago.. $19.20 M. S. Cohen Expense account for Septem effect of high and visionary ideals, new outfit. Pullman ber 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, (State j.00 Having for a long time served as an Fair) Fare to Louisville and return.... $ 3.00 propagated by a lot of highbrows, vi Congress Hotel (Chicago) .., 10.10 Hotel (Seelbach) Rooms, Meals, Wire, Teleslons and dreams that tho average , enlisted man ho knew how to bo an 23 Meals 28.00 phone 105.00 layman can't or don't understand, officer and did not over estimate the Taxi Chicago ,. 4.45 1.20 Transfer of trunk 70c and 5Cc 'jg Streetcars and many of thorn cam less. When a Importance of a commission or have Four Taxi trips at 50 cents each 2.00 jeo Taxi to Train Per diem, 10 days at' $5.00 per day 50.00 man pays as much, or more, attention any false or foolish ideas about the to the homos mil iir?ildc5 of all his relations between commissioned and $66.13 $161.20 He continued neighbor? as he does his own, the tlio enlisted personnel. COHEN CHARGES YOU EXTRA FOR DOING HIS JOB homo he Is personally resjii.Ihle for to wear the same old hat that ho had The minute Cohen was elected to olllce ho got the stnte ipgMnture to raise Ids Is bound to suffer, in fact tho holy worn as an enlisted man. He underhut tho legal department of the state ruled he could not have It. As Commissioner of Agriculture. salnr, Is a member Cohen ties of family life are severed and stood and recognized the enlisted of nil the hoards In his department and his duty Is to attend their meetings regularly ns n part of the what should be a loved and hallowed mail's view and gave fair and Just work for which you taxpayers pay him a salary. Hut Cohen charged you from $,UX to $10.00 a day for attending meetings of various hoards. Tho tntnl v,n nnl.l him f..r .! ..,., tivnmi r. homo becomes nothing more or less consideration to any problem or coni ,i....u .. ........ age of S..44 per day. Lnsy money for answering "Here" nt roll call. t lan a sort of station, a place in which tention that presented itself and was REPUBLICAN TICKET. Cohen was paid S 100.00 upon the order of the Veterlnarv Examiners Boar and It was charged to both the friend of the enlisted man to sleep and cat. the Veterinary License Fund. The Attorney General ruled' the claim ns lllcgn' and the enlisted man's 'friend. Certain clerks In.. Cohen's department draw monev In addition t their siihn 1, fitid- ii'iic nnl.l CinM'lf !? flrt For Governor willliltlll This is not a partisan appeal for When a man, or set of men try to nun; 11 regular ni me .smiiiary salary EDWIN P. MORROW. or .. ViV a year wlilcji you taxpayers pnj, i.ive mockMeat It? Board. She draws Can von discredit an official for performing votes, but comes from a desire to do Another clerk gets a salary of ?1,JOO.OO a year and In addition she Is paid an extra $400.00 as clerk Lieutenant Governor the plain duty for which he was se- the right thing By Mr. Speck, and of the State Board of Veterinary Examiners. Pretty soft. S. THRUSTON BALLARD. lected, and then, in the face of facts, we don't think we would be doing by court records showing the right thing by him If wo didn't sustained Secretary of State WHAT'S IN THE STATE FAIR BOOKS? that this man whom they would dis- let those who do not already know It, FRED A. VAUGHT. On Oct. 0, tho Republican State Cnnipnlgn Committee linked the privilege of havlnz the Stnte Fnlr credit was not in office and in no know that he is both a gentleman and Books examined by certified public accountants. Cohen at llrt consented, but later denied the prlxl-leg'Attorney General When threatened with a law suit, ho snd he would submit the request to u meeting of the State wise connected with the proceedings a soldier and thoroughly worthy of CHAS. I DAWSON. Board of Agriculture. Ort. a few days before the election. while in court, solely because the the trust and confidence of any man. The books of the State Fair belong to the taxpayers who contribute huge sums of money each jenr would-b- e Auditor Pub. Acct's detractors think the Offi We vouch for him. to help keep It going. Many of our comrades have mpt Among other Items In those hool Ure vouchers showing Mat Cohen's personnl expense Hccount, cial's acts might he unpopular with a JOHN J. CRAIG. by does Cohen object to an linmellate examination of those book7 certain class of people, is resorting returned, some are not to return, and fiupt. Pub. Instruction to a very low grade of politics. A man many of them livo out over tho State GEO. M. COLVIN. YOUR VOTE UNDER THE LOG CABIN WILL HELP RID THE TAXPAYERS who would condemn a fellow for do- and in other States and could not be Clerk Court Appeals ing his duty, even in a case like the reached but the undersigned include OF THIS MAN COHEN AND HIS EXTRAVAGANT SYSTEM ROY R. SPECK. one where certain Democrats charge all of the boys who live around Hart Ed Morrow acted as Attorney for the ford and we are sure that we voice Commissioner of Agriculture United States (hut bear In mind he the sentiment of all. W. C. HANNA. Douglas Wimsaid was not iu office at the time) would James A. Tate Treasurer go to a bunch of the vilest and most Everett Chapman Wm. C. Knott JAMES WALLACE. Attrlce B. Faught guilty "Klu-Kluxbank robbers or Noah L. Rowe Btate Senator William Reneer ny other criminals, with low condem S. A. Williams GEORGE I1AKER. Ed ward. Mason nation upon his lips and in his breath, J. S. Glenn, Jr. Kepresentativc for tho Attorney who performed his Vernon Wheeler Robert Mason ISAAC S. MASON. plain duty and honestly represented Alfred Wheeler Ray Harrel ' the state in a trial of their case. Or BenJ. A. Turner Omar T. Wallace the same fellow would, if it suited his Edwin II. Hamlet Herman Morris machine politicians, aided and abet- Ward in tho city of Somerset, where FOR SALE Slightly used, but Pulaski county, who know and loved purpose better, go to the other side Thomas Maddox Claude Barnard ted by the hundreds of useless office- ho has lived all his life, a Democratic him, voted for good as new, sugar howls and spoons. him. And this year S. Igleheart L. G. Hoover holders, directed chiefly against Ed- Wnrd, and registered Democratic that Pulaski county will Apply to most any woman, head of and try to poison the mind of the Forest Hudson rcsont theso Roy Ensor "antis'' against the honest attorney win P. Morrow, Republican Candi year,, gavo him a majority of 60 vague slanders by giving Ed Morrow the culinary department, In houses Kelley Pierce for performing his duty in a defense date for Governor, has been going votes. Six hundred Democrats in a Krcatly increased majority." of this town. of the accused. It looks like drownforward for some time. Only recentOn Halloween Nlte ly, however, havo any of them dared ing men, straws etc. The average citizen and taxpayer a Dance Twill be to make public their slanders. Mat Ohio County don't need to import a of Not a Fight. Cohen, present Democratic CommisThe Herald says we had no come rtt.it man from Hopkins county to tell him It'll be at the Rink back as to its statement about tho sioner of Agriculture, who is now tho how to vote Intelligently. President! great You'll come Democratic candidate for Secretary Wilson tried that game last year and Don't you think? Our come back was that,.under the of State, in a recent public address, we still enjoy the manner In which We are so excited old dispensation where conditions uttered vague slanders against Mr. it worked. That you are all Invited. were exactly as they wero when tho Morrow. The Dancers to gain admittance rate for a given amount of insurance "Methods of this kind are certain Mayor Bosse, of Evnnsville, must be masked. Tho Gentlemen Wo that the authorities of the ex cost this shop $29.10 and since your Dancers will be charged only enough evidences of desperation. position bartered away $100,000 adoreable ,nd exalted Fire Marshall to pay expenses. There will bo a thought thoy had been outlived In all and his gang have been running civilized countries. Tho cause must "worth of gaming privileges for things pertaining to insurance tho chargo of 25c plus war tax for all Indeed he tottering that has to bo ordered all gambling games off. Saxa-phovory samo, identical amount of in- spectators. Music by a good sustained by such unworthy methods. Evidently his appralsment was too sm m Trio". There will be a, box of surance has cost $65.01. If that is But, to those of us who live hore In high, or the management was not as candy given to the best masked Lady dignified in putting the price up as it not a come back what Is it? The and a carton of cigarettes given to Somerset and have known Ed Moridea of the Herald's that tho people row all of his life; who have watched should have been. thr final ATnokfwl nnntlnmnn d,o not havo to pay for this overhead his career as a successful student and 11431 P. S. Lady Dancers please bring brilliant lawyer; to those of us who "Every citizen who desires to vote expense of the Firo' Marshall and his lunch. (By request of L. T. RILEY.) daily touch hands and intelligently at the coming election herd of assistants is too thin to even hearts with him, who rmvo seen his daily life and should hear Hon. D. H. Kincheloe at work on a bunch of fellows who ought ASSESSMENT NOTICE. the Court house hero Tuesday, Oct., to hear Dave Kincheloe speak so as If you want to be a lawabiding cit- know hinTthoroughly; to thoso of us ' to vote intelligently. Don't you izen, come and give us a list of your who know of hhi devotion to his fath28." Hartford Herald. Since when did our citizens have to hear Dave know that tho avoraguTellow knows, nvn liln nviMAvlu ttntiKAnn nmir nml 4Vin er and mother while they wero living, of his beautiful married life, of Kincheloe to voto with Intelligence, that all of this expense Incurred by lst of November. his kindness its a husband, and inas they desire? You certainly 1111s inminn ppv ivi nnrinn rn thi ttaf nnd D. E. WARD, dulgence ns a father; to th'ose of us must think that Ohio county is mado of tho policies that you and Tom. Tax Com'r., Ohio Co. who know of hla bigness of heart and up of "Ignorammuses" or whatever it Dick, Harry and tho Hartford Printing co., purchase? Every Item of exIs. We represent Fairbanks, Morse & tho cleanliness of his life; to those "" pense Incurred by the Insurnnce Com- Co., in this county. See us for any- of us who know the man as ho really In last' week's issue wc published panies Is figured In, because thoy thing in their line. Ask us about is, this slander propaganda arid these a condensed statement of Ohio Coun- don't write fire lnsuranco policies for the Fairbanks Farm Lighting Plant, yelps from whipped curs are no more ty's financial condition for tho years fun or health. What wo say, and our complete for $325.00. than laughable little Jokes. "But, to thoso who have not bad 1917 and 1918. We Invito all citi- experience proves the truthfulness of J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, the pleasure of knowing Ed .Morrow zens of the County to make careful tho statement, is that when the Insur Beaver Dam Ky. You can't afford to miss seeing our stoves and get our so intimately, wo ask you to como inspection of the same. In the past ance Companies fixed the rato it was mm year when almost every imaginahlo much cheaper than it now is, and you 'BEHOLD TUB MAX AT HOME" to Spmer8et,and, investigate for yourprices'before you buy. We buy in selves. Ask any officer of either of political division was increasing tho know that for somo time it has boon public's indebtedness, Ohio County's fixed by a bunch of Democrats apThe following editorial is from the our three banks; ask the minister of by Democratic politicians. Somerset Commonwealth, published any church In Somerset; ask the bufinancial obligations were materially pointed reduced. In an early Issue a complete Again we repeat, a man that likes In tho homo city of Edwin P. Morrow, siness men, Democrat or Republican; Which places our entire line on our floor at the lowlist of the claims will bo found for that sort of thing ought to vote to re- Republican candidate for Governor ask any school child; ask. any of the tain tho same old gang In power, and of Kentucky, and shows the higrfes-tee- n hornyhand sons of toll; ask any of est possible cost. So if you will compare our these t,wo years. If he don't like it ho should voto for in which Mr. Morrow Is held by the hundreds of men who work at our PRICES AND VALUES with those offered by other The Louisville Post says "And Mr. a change. The Herald furthor states tho people who havo know him all his railroad shops; ask anybody in SomTilack proposes to pay the state out that 1,200 old and dangerous build life: dealers you will find our line a money saving one to erset about Ed Morrow and he will of debt, to put competent men in ings wero torn down, yes, two of them "Tho Democratic machine of Ken- cheerfully, abide by tho answer! you. charge of tho stato's Institutions." It wero in Hartford, ono not over 40 tucky has been on the run ever since t "Rut his bqmo people have already is our recollection that Mr. Stanloy feet from our office, and they left the present State Campaign began. refuted thcs.e slanders. Four years promised tho very same thing, and ono very much worso Just 20 further The record of the Stanley-Blac- k re- - ago In bis race for Governor, Pulaski you now ask that the same old office- away. Tho action of theso Fire Mar glinu Is hopelessly indefensible. county gavo him 2,500 majority holders be retained at Frankfort. shall's assistants has been laughing "Being unable to defend this re- - more than 1000 above the normal Judge Carroll said that there was no stock for this town. Please Mr. Her of Democratic mismanagement, jjorlty; Somerset gave .him 350 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. possible way to clean out the state ald, come up and take a look at tho undercurrent of slander propagan- - jorlty more, than 250 above the nor- be- - buildlngs left standing by these ecle- 3ouse with the election of Black, da promulgated by certain Democratic mal Republican majority; the First Hartford Republican How Mat Cohen Spends Your Money Facts for the Taxpayers of Kentucky em-plo- I vi i rs ". nntl-oftlc- cr 1 be-th- y, J f u-- . 11 - e. -,, ", I and the Straight Republican Ticket 1 VOTE FOR MORROW t.' $4,-C0- 0, ne ProsMFCljHr OJO V11 x5lusiv&- y m QJOAfJ?& raeST fiEHixi Ki "':: " CAR LOAD LOTS ACTON BROS. s t u Attention, Men! s . . . manly in fashion. Nowhere will you find more quality, better style. The identification mark of good hats . . . finely-mad- e Rothschild Star Hats See the mnny new ctylcs and colors; nil first quality. You can't but like them. They're most desirable to buy and wear. ' ALL THIS NRW ONUS ALL THE TIM K . Price $3.50, $4 and $5 If 1 IBI j Wo can furnish you with tho famFor nil kinds of automobile acccs- -' ous, OWENS1JORO WAGONS, any sorlcs, repairs, casings nnd tubes, I lubricating oil, gasollno and frco nir, tlmo you need one. go to ACTON IlltOS. 1613 lCt3 ACTON HR0S. Misses Gladys Dennett nnd Edna Miss Elizabeth Mooro is In Lexlng- Word visited the family of Mr. L. Ilcnnctt, of near Shlnkle Chapel, laBt tbn this week attending the Kentucky week-enconference of Red Cross workers, as roprcscntatlvo of tho Ohio County Mrs.' Itobert Itonfrnw nnd children Chapter. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. County Attorney A. D. Kirk was Ncwcomh, of Kouto 5, from Friday in Louisville, this week, on business, until Tuesday. nnd also reprcsentlnB Keystone- ChapMrs. S. T. Harnett spent from Sat- ter, No. 110, It. A. M., In tho Kenurday until Monday In Central City, tucky Grand Chapter. a tho guest of her son, Mr. J. O. Wal-lnc- o 1 am expecting to leave In a few nnd family. days for an indefinite stay. Parties son of Indebted to me will please settle with Young William Hennett, Capt. Wm. E. Hennett, deceased, Ig Miss Lilllo Hurton, nt my office. visiting his uncle, R. K. Duke, of this 17-Dr. E. W. FORD. placo this week. Mrs. Foster Bennett nnd little sons, Edwin Alleri and William, visited Mrs. Mrs. Goodman came up from Wednesday evening, to spend Bennett's parents, Mr. and Jlrs. E. n few days hero with her husband, P. Foreman, of Narrows, last week, returning homo Monday. Mr. J. I. Goodman. I. THE NEW EDISON The Three Million Dollar Phonograph THOMAS A. EDISON invented the phono- graph in 1877. After he improved- - his original L3L lSlliil 3t o, "ZXTF I ML JKmKKESk Mr. Rodney Fulton and Miss Laura Mrs. C. A. Frier and little daugh ter. Susan, of Fairfield, 111., aro visit Zanders, of near Wysox, wero maring Mrs. Frier's sister, Mrs. J. H. Plr-tl- o ried in the county Judge's offico Wednesday, tho ceremony being performand Dr. Pirtle, of this place. ed by Judge Mack Cook. Soft drinks? Yes, we have the sort Messrs U. S. and A. It. Carson atthat will drown your thirst and re tended scrvlcesTat Pleasant Hill, Sunvive your waning spirits. CASEHIEIt & TAYLOR day, near which point a reunion of 1713 their mother's family was held at the Mrs. Lola 13. Eastman, of Somerset, Amos Bennett, old homestead! nrrlvod hero Wednesday, having come The twelve-yea- r old daughter of in the Interest of tho Wonians' BeneMr. and Mrs. J. W. Keown, of near Association of tho Maccabees. fit Adaburg, who sustained a broken arm Don't fall to hear Ed Morrow at in a fall from a wagon a few days Fordsville, Monday, October 27, at ago, is getting nlong first rate. 1:30, P. M., or horo at tho Court Jlrs. N. J. Baxter, of Griffin, Ga., House at 7:30, P. M. Same date. will arrive here tomorrow for a visit Mrs. M. J. Ross returned Tuesday of some threo weekswith her sisfrom Louisville, where she had been ter, Jlrs, A. C. Porter and Jlr. Porter, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John T. and other relatives in the county. Moore and family for two weeks. Jlessrs. Rowan and II. T. Holbrook Miss Laura Shaver, of Owensboro, are at Smith Grove, this week lookis visiting her uncle, Mr. W. G. Ben- ing after the Interest of the Smith nett, of this placo, and other relatives Grove Oil & Gas Co. Tho Company Is making preparations to drill wells. of Beaver Dam and Shinklc Chapel. JLJP . " bay Dark HORSE STRAYED Mrs. A. W. Mills went to Bell's hands high, weigh about 900 Run Sunday, where she will make an 15 extended visit with her daughter, lbs, 4 years old. Left premises of lira. T. E. McQuary and Mr. McQuary. Walter Tucker Oct., 11. Notify HENRY EZELL, R. 1, LIvermore, Ky. Mr. J. L. Massie, of Bell's Run; lCt2p Lodge, F. Mnster of Joe Ellis & A. M., was in Louisville, this week, We have just received our winter attending tho Grand Lodge meeting. stoves. See them. We also ask you to examine the rust proof, vitreous Mrs. Fidelia Gallowayv'after spend- enameled', inalleable Monarch Ranges c- - Portor was ,n ing threo weeks here, tho guest of "on display here. I , -A clrcM The Hartford Republican Owensboro,c,rkTuesday. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, her sister, Mrs. J A. Bennett, returned to her homo In Irvlngton, Mondav. Beavor Dam, Ky. OCTOBER 24 j W(j havc rye and timothy seed In ritlHAY FINE HEREFORD CATTLE for Those lunches nnd quick-servic- e 'abundance. meals served by CASEBIER & TAY-LO- R Sale One, coming two year old bull, W. E. ELLIS & DRO. will bring you back. They are 20 head of cows and heifers. Will Mr. S. W. Evans, of Arnold, visit- hard to forget and a Joy while they sell one or all. Homo 'phone, Cumberland near. ed Judge Mack Cook and family tho last! BELL & TICHENOR, first of this week. Waller, formerly matron, 15tf Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Mr. Cecil T. Felix left hero Wednes- now traveling representative of the day for Akron, Ohio, whoro ho goes Kentucky Children's Homo Society, Robert Duff of the firm of Duff bottle of Queen One large-siz- e Wednesday, in and Carden, of Fordsville, was here was in Hartford, to seek employment. Olives, 2fic. Tuesday and Wednesday dismantling interest of the Society. WILLIAMS & DUKE and preparing for shipment, Mr. W. H. Parks, Federal Land the HARTFORD, KY. This is the only placo in the County ghrist mill and other machinery Bank Appraiser, spent tho week-en- d you can buy tho uniform mileage, formerly owned apd operated by W. here with his family. geared to tho road, Miller tjre. In- E. Ellis & Bro., but recently sold by vestigate them. them .to C. B. Carden. Tho outfit Miss Evelyn Thomas, of tho was shipped to Fordsville, whoro it High School, spent the week-en- d J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. PERSONAL NEWS will bo Installed, Beaver Dam, Ky. ,1,ere' w,th hcr molhnr- I&xz&Gb, I 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 q not going to put out a 0 new phonograph until it is so perfect that its reproduction of music cannot be detected from the original music." Thomas A. Edison spent three million dol lars in cold cash to develop an instrument which matched the human voice and all kinds of musical instruments so perfectly that the original could not be told from the reproduction or RECREATION, as it is now called. We are prepared to sell you today for $285, an exact duplicate of Edison's three million dollar phonograph. You may have extended payments ifyou desire that accommodation. First of all, however, we want you to heay this wonderful new instrument. May we have the pleasure of to you Music's RECREATION is a reality and not that merely fanciful phrase? HI mi MB L P. BARNES & mO. Beaver Dam, Ky. ,, I Our.Sgturday Leader MUNSINGWEAR PERFECT FITTING UNION SUITS t More Than Mere Underwear MarJ Munsingwear is underwear plus. That's why it's called Munsingwear. Each Munsing garment that comes to our store is backed by the reputation of the makers who for over thirty years have produced undergarments of unvarying quality. Perfection of fit, fine quality, wearability, serviceability For all these dependable features you can count on the Munsingwear. wash-abilit- y, AND SOCIAL EVENTS Ow- Miss .Margaret Marks went to ensboro, Wednesday. Bo sure to hear Hon. Edwin P. - Morrow at tho Court House hero Mon- day, Oct., 27, at 7:30 p. m. PROGRAM BIBLE INSTITUTE r Hartford Baptist Church, Novomber 3rd to 6th, 1919. MONDAY NIGHT, NOY. 3. 7:30 Song Service. ,7:45 Devotional Services Pastor of Church. 8 "Tho Mission of a Church Dr. W. D. Nowlin. TUESDAY J10RNING, NOV. 4. 10:30 Song Service 10:45 Devotional Services. 11 "God's Reserved Rights in Answering Prayer" TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 2:30 Song Service. 2:45 Devotional Services. 3 "Christ's Promise to the Penitent Thief" Dr. W. TUESDAY NIGHT. 7:30 Song Service. 7:45 Devotional Exercises, S "How tb Bo Saved" Rev. Don Q. Smith. , ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 6. 10:30 Song Service. 10:45 Devotional Exercises. 11 "Is the Saved Man Safe?" Rev. Don Q; Smith. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. ' 2:30 Song Service. 2:45 Devotional Exercises. 3 "Christ In All" Rev. Don Q. Smith. f " WEDNESDAY NIGHT. 5 Judge W. H. Barnes wont to LouU- - villu, Tuesday on business. Mr. It. L. Purcol, of Utlca, made a For tho best lunch on tho shortest notice go to tho Restaurant of 17t3 CASEBIER & TAYLOR. hurried trip to this placo Sunday. N Mr. Cllde Baird wont to Monday, where ho has work. Rov. R. L. waa In Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Trogdon, of Clear Run, wero visitors nt this Wednesday, whllo In town. Do not purchase a buggy until you have seen us. Can save- you money. ACTON BROS. 16t3 of-fl- co Dr. W, D. Nowlin. Brandenburg, of Hartford, Tuesday. Separators, Cream PRIMROSE We pay cash every dny for eggs and guaranteed to do tho work. W. E. ELLIS & I1RO. poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 16t4 Mr. S. T. Chick, of Beaver Dam, was a visitor at this office, Saturday. Jllr. and Mrs. G. A. Ralph are entertaining a "tiny Httlo' girl, who Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wallace visit- nrrived In their home Saturday. ed relatives In Fordsville last week. Hear Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, ReMr. J. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, publican nomineo for Governor , at 1:30 P. M. was In town Wednesday on business. Fordsville, October 27, Jlr, Everett Bratchor, , of Horse Mr. R. R. Riley and sistor. Miss Ruth, wont to Owensboro, Wednes- Branch, who Is teaching at Leach's, day. . D. Nowlin.. ISi ill if If iff 1 i ' For each dollar you spend you gei your money's worth of Munsingwear service and satisfaction plus the reputation of the makers. Munsingwear is the ideal fall and winter iinriprplnrhinov Ma rip f7n men women and children in all sizes. ' i J ' " MUffi i was 'in town yesterday, on business. A Mlas Ruth Tlchenor, of Centortown, visited Miss Kathleen Turner Tuesday night. ( carload of heators, ranges nnd from which to make your selection at ACTON BROS. 16t3 cook-stoves Reld, of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hunting for local news this week Rockport, Ylalted Mr. and Mrs. R. H. and finding It are two entirely difGllleapio, Sunday. ferent propositions, not much to be Blackman'8 Medicated Salt Bricks, uncovered. for stock. Stoves, and Ranges when bought W. E. ELLIS & BRO. J0t4 by the carload can bo sold cheaper email.-TrMr. Maurice M. Barrass went to than when bought by t;h(j Saturday, to see his moth- us. Louisville er, returning Monday. 6t3 ACTONJJROS. ' ' 7:45 Devotional Exorcises. 8 "Tho Why of tho Baptist 75 Jlilllon Canipnign." Dr. E. B. Hatcher. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 0. ' 10:30 Song'Sorvico. 10:45 Devotional Exercises Rev. D. Edgar'AUen. Dr. E. D. Hatcher. 11 "Tho How 6f the Baptist 75 Million Campaign" THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2:30 Song Service and Devotional Exercises. (Subject Selected by Speaker) Rov. Chester Stevons. 2:40 (Subject Selected by Speaker) Rev. E. C. Stevens. 3:30 THURSDAY NIGHT. 7:30 Song Service. 7:45 Devotional Exercises. "Stewardship-8 Rov. E. C. Stevens. You are cordially requested to be present at every session of the and to enjoy with us this' feast of good things. RUSSELL WALKER, Pastor. 1 7:30 Sorig Service Munsingwear is 100 per cent right. Trya suit and see. Carson (Ei Co, Hartford, Kentucky. "-r- vyVBa . - -. M- - r pjtoiiiiiition has not iu:i,im:i) soda thaiik appropriated under operation and colonhr.lloii Five hundred tho'iJiii dcJlais Hi'.! 1)111. Is Tor tho DIRECTORY a r v" WRI6LEYS 5 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war "MP" Chicago, Oct. 18 Americans aro inmliltiR (o the Ico cream soda foun regime. tains under tho bone-dr- y This wni tho gist of an address m.ido hy Asa II. Onnllncr, president of the Natlonal Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, at the convention of the association here. "No sir; it wns all wrong- - all wrong," said Mr. Gardiner. "I know we wero told that the alcohol starved system would turn to sweets, but tho expected rush failed to mntcrallzc If anything business began to fnll off." Another paradox of the lee cream trade, Mr. Gardiner explained, was that more of tho dainty was consumed In cold climates than in warm. EGG-A-DAY HEN TONIC 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Are your liens a paying proposition? Eggs are higher today than ever before in the history of the country. They will bring a better price this winter. It pays big dividends to keep them in first class condition. See that they have one ta- y blespoonful of Tonic mixed with their Hen feed three times a week and watch results. For sale by Egg-a-Da- C. Leach, Hoslnc, Ky. E. Crowdcr, Ilorton, Ky. W. Willis, Hartford, It. 1. W. MIdkiff, Sulphur Springs. C. King. Dundee. Peter Crowdcr, Sunnydale. P. Hcnfrow & Co., Narrows. Laws (c Harrison, Narrows, It 1 L. C. Morton & Son, Centcrtoun. Wallace & Porter, Ciomwell. Ohio Co,, Drug Co, Hartford, Ky. A. C. A. A. C. p mm COST OK WAK. 157 J'Kti' Itr aro teaching their children that they must mjiiiu day revenge themselves on Smer.il colleges and iinh untitles Ameilca. Many insults were burled In some isitor.s. have adopted a Mt ol psychological at tho American enplaces women anil (hfldrcn actually tests in place of the trance examination to which enter- spit on them as the passed along ing students aie usually subjected. the streets. Tho tests consist of lour p.uts and occupy nearly tin op hours. Tho first, ma hi: .KSTS IX SCHOOLS TO .MIIASl'Ki: LA.IXLSS ami second p.nts hue to do mainly of peireptlon and obwith tho poweis London, Oct. IS American boys Such servation of the candidate. asked as "Why aro will never bellows it, but two women questions arc jinnies good food?" and "Is Italy scientists who aro making tests in shaped like a banana, boot, bloom schools to mcasuio tho laziness of or sausage?" The third and fouith boys claim their experiments wero jiarts aio concerned with a display first U"cd in America. It may bu a great intei national knowledge in r :iiiulieil cultural philosophy, science, history and the question some nay, tor me l'.ngusn like. Before taking tho tests appll- - bo.s, if tho w onion know their busl- ruuta are lequlreil to tile a statement ness anil succeed In their me.isuro- glving full Infoi ination of themselves, lnents. aro going to glow up with an coveiing their activities in and out Ingiown grouch against the land of school and the studies they pursu- - whoro "laziness measurement" was ed. They must bo graduates of up- - born. One trial test will bo measuring tho prowil secondary scliool.i and must have completed all the i equipments amount of carbon dloxldo in Cyiil for admission to tho f tistit i.tlon. They Smith's Immediate neighborhood. If mnst bring recommendations from he's using all his emirgles tho air will their si html principal mowing that bo full of carbon dioxide. If It Isn't they stand well In each ot the follow- - hn'll ho loafing. iug qualities; native ability, industry. ' faithfulness, originality, integrity, clcnnmindedness, fall pl.i, public I Bpirlt, Intel est In fellows and leaderFor Infants nnd Children ship. At Columbia iiulveislty moro than half tho entering students clioho ' In Use For Over Years this test in prefeienie to the old Alwujb bears -J? the method. Slgnatutc of Wliric 'ilieie's a Hab on Cum Keep TIIK PSYCHOLOGICAL THST. time-lionoie- d The cost of the recent war to tho United States, as estimated at the end of the last fiscal ear, was $21,000,-000,00Por 27 months, it is stated, tho country's expenses in main0 taining the army averaged oer a year per man. Tho Spanish-America- n war lasted a year and cost During this war only $370,000,000. 278,000 men weio brought under u arms and the aveiago cost was per man. 0. $2,-50$1.-u5- lIHAVLIt DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. Ch'm'n. llonrd W. T. McKennoy. JudKc R. W. Slack, Owemboro. Clork R. W. King. Com'tti. Attorney O. K. Smith, HartPollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. ford. Marshal R. P. Stovcns. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hnrtford. Otto C. MarMuster Commissioner rORDSVILLK. tin, Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones, Jury Kund Cal P. Koown, Trusteo Clork Olln Cobb. Hnrtford. Police. Judge C. P. Kcsalnger. 1st Monday in March 12 days SAI.12. MASTIIU COMMISSIONKK'S Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayt Civil. OK1TCIAL SCHOOL CALKXDAK. Ohio Clicult Court. Peoples' Saving Hank, et nl.. Plaintiffs 1st Monday in July 12 days County Board tif LMiirntlon. Com'th. nnd Civil. Vs. Notice of Salo. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. L. T. Wright, et nl.. Defendants. 12 ilnyn 3d Monday In Scptonibor rlv. No. 1 J, M. Hoover, HartHy vlrture of a Judgment and orCivil. ford, Ky. der of snlo of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered In tho above styled action 4th Monday In November 12 days Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordnvllle, Com'th. nnd Civil. at tho September, 191 ! term, directKy. court, ing me ns commissioner of said Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Nnrrows. COUNTV COURT. to the hereinafter described land, the former iuirchaser, Gilbert Meets first Monday In each month. Ky. Wright, having refused to execute Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Hoslno, Judge Mack Cook. bond, I will offer for sale at public Ky. r, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. outcry to the highest and best Dlr. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beavat tho Court House door. In HartClerk W. C. IUnnkcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. ford, Kentucky, on Monday, NovemSheriff S. A. IJratcher. ber .1, 1919, at about the hour of one Dlv. No. 6 Nat Dudley, Center-tow- n, E. S. Howard. Sticriiitendent o'clock P. M. ( It being the first day Ky. Worth Tlchenor. of the regular term of the Ohio Coun- Jniler Time of Meeting 1st Monday In y Court) on a credit of six and twelo D. E. Ward. Tuv Commissioner months, February; 1st Monday In April; lit the following described Surveyor C. S. Moxlcy. property, situated and being la Ohio Monday In Juno; 1st Monday in AuCoroner E. P. Rodgora. County, Kentucky, and bounded in gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st follows: FISCAL COURT. Monday in December. On tho wnters of Elm Lick Creek, owned by Albert Wright, nnd beginCounty Board ot Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and ning at a gum on the south side of E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando--' the Hartford and Leltchfleld road: October. thence east with said road to a stone 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, fur, W. S. Hill. about 10 feet from J. I). Clark's orJnn. 24 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. chard fence; thence about north to a diploma examination. Hnrtford, stono In the third hollow from the 2ml District Sam L. Stevens, DearDenver Dam nnd Pordsvlllo. er Dam. Hartford and Leltchfleld road: thence about West to a stone in L. T. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school Wright's lino; thence south to the 4tli District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Beaver Dam nnd Pordsvlllo. beginning, containing 25 acres, more Mny 1C nnd 17 County teachers or less. Deed of record in deed book 39, liage 475, Ohio County Clerk's of- fStli District W. C. Daugherty.Balie- - examination. (Whlto) Hnrtford. fice. town. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' The purchaser will be required to (Jth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hnrtford execute bonds Immediately after sale B. F. Rico, Pordsvlllo. with security to be approved by the 7th District Juno, 20 nnd 21 County and State B. C. Rhoades, Hart teachers' examination (whlto) PordsIn commissioner, payable equal 8th District amounts in C nnd 12 months, bearford, Route G. vlllo. ing interest at tho rate of 6 per cent Juno, 27 and 28 County nnd per annum from date until paid, to HAUTKORD. state teachers' examination (colored! hae the force and effect of a JudgMayor J. E. Bean. ment and a lien will be retained on Hartford. Clerk J. A. Hownrd. the land herein sold ns additional se July. Ohio County Institute. curlty. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Given under my hand this the 1 1th E. P. Cnsebler. Marshal day of October. 1919. Sept., 19 nnd 20 County nnd OTTO C. MARTIN. ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (while) Master Com'r , Ohio Circuit Court Ch'ra'n. Board James Wilson. Hnrtford. J. S. Glenn, and M. L. Heavrln. At Clerk Rushing Hunt. torneys. Sept. 20 and 27 County and Stnte Police Judge John T. Jackson. eachers' examination (colored) HartMASTHIt COAIMISmOMIIPS SALI Marshal Will Langford. ford. liome-ownlng, commission, which wv.'d invcsthntc nnd report upon this stimulation of Interest in nnd pi emotion of farm nctllemont, ronpcrntlvo nnd otherwise, especially for discharge oil soldiers, sallorn and marines. It is proposed that tho cnniinlsiion slinll liavo until 1923 to hiibmlt Its report to Congress. 20. rc-so- ll bid-do- v n. 7-- ;i;t tih: hook: Matt of AgriCommissioner In speciality Matt's culture. farming Is the hookworm. He Immediately hooked tho Democratic Legislature into raising his salary $1,500 a j ear, but tho Attorney Gen-eiruled it was against tho law. Cohen then hooked nn expense account onto the taxpayers which, from July 1, 1010 to June 30, 191!, amounted to $1,15:1.93. Then Cohen hooked the l.ixpaycis with bills from $fi to $10 a day for attending meetings of various boaids in liLs depaitmeut which his duties s Commissioner of Agriciiltuie would require him to attend anyway. This hill ran up to $020 for eighty-thre- e days. In I!17 ho charged tho ffiil for attending tho State Pair, besides $100 for hotels, taxis etc. The hookworm Is a peisistent cilss. Cohen likes bis Job with tho people so much that ho Is now the Deiuo-riutl- r candidate lor Sccietary of State. Do )ou taxp.oers want to be hooked any longer Republican State Campaign Com S. Pour jears ago tho elected crats of Kentucky Cohen, Demo- al tax-p.t)c- rs CASTOR 30 A , &&'&&&ll Ohio Circuit Court. Nellie T. Ashby. et a!.. Plaintiffs. ' Vs. Notice of sale. Prank Tlchenor, et al.. Defendants. Hy litue of a Judgment and order of salo entered at tho September term .1919 .of tho Ohio Circuit Court, In the ahovo st)led action, directing mo to sell the hondnafter described land, for thu purpose of paving the tost of the above styled action togeth er with the cost of this sale, and dividing the lemainder of the proceeds among the pirties entitled thereto, I will offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, at the Court Houso door In Hartford, Ohio Count), Ky., on November :i, 1919, at about tho hour of one o'clock P M (It being regular court day.) upon a credit of six and twelve mouths, the following described real estate, situat ed and being in Ohio County, Ky , and bounded as follows: Beginning at three hickories and s)camoro at the mouth of n gut on tho bank of Green River; thenco S. Ml I. 78 poles to a gum, black oak and hickory standing In lla)cs' line, thence N. 52 K. 71 poles with Miller's line to two dogwoods, two white oaks mid two poplars; thence N. 2(5 W. S2 poles to a gum, a white oak and beech; thence S. SO W. 112 poles to two elini and two soanioros on tho bank of Green River; thouce up Green Klvor to the beginning, containing 100 acies. The purchaser will bo required to execute bonds with security to be appioved by tho Commissioner, payable in equal amounts in six and twelve mouths, healing Interest at tho rate of 0 per cent per annum fiom date until paid. A lieu will be retained on the laud sold as additional security. Given under my baud this the 1 tth day of October. 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN. Mnslei Cmniii'r, Ohio Circuit Court John T. Rone, Attorney. OAL? S Mothers J Ke i use ifcwf WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A VjJBfeyS Trealmial VerMl Tfswm mim M Ja f Wmm ue h ii&Ar OHIO MEDICAL CO. lor WtAI. LUNGS or i CONSUMPTION A quick rfliel lor that tired, rundown fccllnc, cousin, paint tn chril. nltht iwriti. hftnor. fhicrt, Wfk lunrt or conttlmplloo. It It dot t htlp yoa it cot yen oslkUl. C FOR ONE MONTH SLK,K"u.? A Safe, Remedy for Worms 011 jyitKYb It will 2&c. Pe?enty fire ferV rontlna testimonial ue U Ihr 1 (IK I KM IT cu offer JOll. Keep bottle alwiM nn lurid. it ijauiresj.i'i,Tinn:riv,ir vr,rnuwv.-caa. luppanil hfAlUij. lire Utile one or general ttore t or If your dealer can t uppty you end lilt name and ttc. tn eiampe and we'll tend ytJ a bottle promptly, a bottle at ronr druf-rUt'- a 'liknD v f ; I fctt .(CStti M 2 01 1 S8i E. & S, FREY BALTIMORE MD. Succeed when cvcrythinK e'oe falls. In ncivoai prcstmtion nnd ftmale L;isia 'Wi &i r- PS OTCI ta "calnccit remedy, they ate the supreme thousands have testified. It "Gee-Whi- z! -- TOR KIDNSY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE - is the best Riediclae ever lotd ov;r a druggis 's counter. How it Hurts The Pain in My Foot !" : 1 "Somctimcs it is in my arm. Merciful Heaven, how my back hurts in the moni- iiirI" It's nil of A" ' IHT IJVK.V WITH CXCLK SAM. LKHirs sr,i:x Kou on most farms. Ouco they You cm get even with Undo Sam MILLS, STAHI'Li: IIOSTOX get Inside the house- - look out. Hats j on the penny war taxes by buying W. kill InlantH biting them Is not nn-- . for tho old boy will have to Contrasting S. S. , lloston, October IS itHiial. Noising hollies attract rats.1 shaiply with the dark sky, tho Noi th- pay YOU something then bee? anil Hrako a cako of mm em Lights, seen clear!) for inllis by It will smely rid throw it around. PAPAL CHOIIt IX AMIOItlCA. Huston Greater Itnt-Kim- p. I 'mm ltats are KAT-SNA- P Skin Affections k These nro usutilly luive foiiiul tho rcliol' iu Hum "skin deep." ioivrs from nkhi nlTei'tiotis S11L- For TTalBr- moro - - nciil. The kidneys aro not able to Kct ml of it. Puc'i conditiou j oil that jioisoii culled uric FOR PERSONAL HYniF.WF. Duiolved In writer for douche itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for nawl cctarrb, ooro thrcntrind lorenwi t'rnnn.l..! Mil you of rats and mlie. Thieo sUes, 2Dc. 5 Or, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by .1. V. Case-bie- r, Drug Artou Bros, T.ijlor's Store, Williams tz Duke, and Walker m Myrtle. resident, attiartcd oercomc, nnd proViiglifcby taking tho of Dr. ail-vi- can readily Sr:jn. tlttonl.uiyrlM9.ing ind (emJodtl towrr. I J(V. M JmUu. cr by J rc. ,.rJ consldciable attention in iheir first lst here in month?. Th" lights, giving the Impression of a giant calcium arc as they flashed across tl.o heinous, weio U ll'ig in their "ffivt and could be seen for ntlli s. . -Question nl at the Harvard ObservIll'.NS mivr.vtir.rri.. atory, thu director bald there was no scientific reason for their appearance, Gen. G. 11 Harries, who headed an pointing out that it was the gcuoial A men can mUnion to Geiuinii)', gles belief that they are due to electrical out some Interesting data rourornlug disturbance. condition prevailing In the llun 'reAppearance ot the lights was not a prUon public." While forecast of cold weather, but on the camps ho found that iliero were not contraty. usually preceded hot weathmore than 4000 Amoriein prlconeis er. at au one time In Germany. In this Investigation GoiutHn oftlcers A xalunblo dressing for flesh but only bocause thtty folt wounds, burns. scalds, old sores, rash. UtlllROil to In ou place thu luo- - ,,.(0li sk,,. ls iiaHtird's Snow Llnl- , lmth h0tl,inB am, antlsep- tigators wore shown au old enMlo mmU whuro thoy were told American prU- - Uc Prlco .,iv 50c nml $100 ,,cr onon. Uud Wn kejH; It afterwards botllo SoId Uy ohU, county Drug davolnped thuj. the pritOMttr were (OB,l-n- y m , coufiRoU nut liTthe catle but Itt eat- Hold on to tho truth, for it will tie and vtt; pens. Only a ry thl ou well and do you eeod thru eiioer ot friendship for Americans ab: German parents. It Is stated, all tho days of jour life. The Slstlue choir of the Vatican, probably the oldest organization of Its kind In the world, arrived In N. Y , some days ago for a tour through Amoilcn. Tho slngeis, uumboiliiK about 70, range In age from eight to 70 )o.irs. This Is the first time that the papal choir lias been away from the Vutlc.in. 1IHLP I'OH PAHM LIKR. Washington, Oct 20 n longed-fo- r oEYONIft "The Waterway to Heallir' An Atuciican Medicinal Mineral Water, bottled at the soriiiR, without any comlen-siii- k or foitifviiiK. Not a drastic cathartic but a mild alterative and reconstructive. larger pioportlon In in dor that of t.io ponula-tlo- n ag- 64 Doses $1.00 may be induced to engage in ricultural pursuits. Senator Juntos Wadsworth, W , nie t'ork, ha assure more Litrodiued a bill to nnd liomellko adequate sanllar' 1 iiuslnc facilities ou tl.e laim. Under tho measure It Is jiroiiost 1 to creato a commission on rural mid of urban homo settlement to con-l- st slx members, no more than tlinv of whom shall be mumbeis of the tame jtolltlcal party vim sha'l be expeils iu houkiug, rural oriiuulzation, co- c.f Jr. Now WK JtlWIUB 1 KM Dose: Tablespoonful in a glass of water Prescribed by physicians for constipation indigestion, rheumatic affections, liih blood pressure and liardcniiiK of the arteries. On iircicription -- ijT? v from your IiiiyHrian or at vmii Kiec druircUt 1'OoUct Mineral SpiInc Co. i ou rniuriU The Devonian Ky, Tierce, ulmh is "keep tho kidneys in good onlcr." "Avoid Uh) much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of pure water, preferably hot water, beforo meal, and drie tho urio uclil out of tho sjgtcm by takinu Anuric." Thu can bo obtuiucd at almost any druu store. Send t l)Ottlo of water to tho cheuibt nt Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and you ill receive freo uiedical udvico db to whether tho kidneys arc affected. When your kiilueys get elug-gk- h nnd tlog, ou suffer from backache, dizry tixills, or tniuges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep is disturbed two or threo tunes a night, tako heed, before too late. for it will Get Anuric put now lifo iuto your kidueys and your entire system. Ask your iieare&t drtig-p- it for it or w ud Vr. Pirto tea cents fur trial pck j);e. (nnti-uric-mi- USE LI V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. ' Peel rlcht all tho time. Don't lay of from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv Ver-La- x keeps yoa on your feet, while relievingyour troujit le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont tako anything else. You can't affora it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses b3' tern and relieves constipation. A nalj. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sum in its effect and certain in results. If won't be long beforo Lie Ve tax win completely displace calomel in evert hom&v Children can tako it freely an! w ith perfect safetv. Everv hottl mm. anteed. 60c and Jl in bottles. YJnm genuine without the likeness and sijctuv turo of L. K. Grifiaby. For sale by " I, H, SyiTJ.MMS, . ilarriorC a& ""'MM UiicoipotJirJ) Owcusboro, Unrtford Kepublicjui, $1.50 per ) car I J J Czsr33!&e&nr.fitr- - something over 77 mil on Oishcls. Tho final cstlmnto on wheat mnkes an nvorngn of 10. G bushols per ncro or u totnl estlmntcd production of liusliels. This Is consideraComo from "Ih'tler- - nnd weak hills. ?Iom Meat To ui Wlion tubers from dlioasod or weak bly less than last year, but whllo the ncrcago was Increased, tho pro1 ho ilorinltlnn of the term "pure-)rc- l plants are plnntod, u siiriilar harvest stnto duction averaged 2 bushols loss per will bo reapotl. sires" la written In ono word ncro this year. " Thorn nro mtitiy definiOnly ns.'.--t from productive plant "economy Concilium of Hurley Tobacco Is givtions, ninny of them learned nml should c used. Ijo wrltlon, lint tlio Careful attention should ho given en nt 75 per cent with un estimated Ioiik, tlint tnlKht por aero breeding exports of tho Hulled States to securing seed Hint i frco from nvevngo yield of 708 poumls they .irlutnl mixture nnd tlui' Is true to with about 7K per cent of crop housDepartment of Aurlriillure. when ed. Tho totnl number of pounds of jiiot to Innnch tlio Stnto nnd Nntloniil tvpe. (iood seed can not he produced un- all tobacco produced Is glvn on tho for "Heller Slros Ilettor crusado to bo 413,801,-00- 0 Stock, agreed tliiit tlio primary menu-In- s less tlio glowing plants nro given preliminary estimate pounds. good cultural attention. economy. of It Is Hemp Is an especially short crop, As n rulo tan qunrtlty of seed usTlio scrub Iiob requires n certain estied Is not sufficient to produoi a maxi- with small acrengo, nnd tho few number of bushels of corn to ninkc mates received on llil would Indicate or mum crop. 200 pounds of pork.Tho puro-bre- d From IT. to 18 hnslicln of seed a light yield. high-grad- e hog lakes tlio wamo numYield of potatoes 13 Indicated to bo ber of bushels of corn anil makes 300 nluuld bo used per acre Instead of 3 fiD.G bushels per aero with condition purebred or to 11, us at tlio present tluio. The pounds of pork Indicating n proAll seed Block should bo dlalnfcct-"- d given nt 72 per cent. o cow makes three gallons of 4,165,000 bushels this year duction before plni.llng. of milk out of the samo quantity of whllo sweot potatoes yield Is estimat(lord stor'jW conditions mo jdlngo that the Bcrub cow uses to liinko average to Insure sound, firm seed'at ed at 01 bushols por acre a Knllon and a half of milk. Thoso with condition of 87 per cent, Indicat figures arn not meant to bo scientifi- planting time 'lhete points nro discussed fu detail ing a Stato production of 1,092,000 cally exact, of course, but merely to of bushels. Hlu.trato the iirliifip.il. The lesult In the United States Department 5:!::, Grasses show as follows: Ooorrl(tM!"11 pounds Agilculturo's Farmers' llulletin is that tlio fanner nets nioro by II. J. Kernoldt Hlue grass, 09 per cent; Clover, GS Seed Potntco?, and How to Tobacco Co. of salable product out of lilfl feed Good yxxt'lf AtrAithiyeur tar-sThen:," which was recently per cent; Orchard Grass, 80 per cent; sires at tlio when ho uses puro-bre- d find toppy red bt(, Mr rtd Alfalfa, 75 per cent. be sent ffeo on tins, handtoma pound And !eml it'll ant illl mm? head of Ills herds and flocks. Ho half pound tin humidonr Third cutting of alfalfa averaged and that classy, practicsf smoke Kets more money nml his family lives the pound crystal glass humidor 1.02 ton per acre. boMer Hut something elso happens. with sponge moistener lop Pastures are dry, but' have greatyour own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just that keeps Prince AlbertI ut When he sells more pounds of u bet- liiiiitMl lto or Dull el Kur Vt'neliiWt' ly Improved the last month. such perfect condition Storage. ter class of moat or nioro Billions of joy'us a sideline as you ever carried around in R. J. Reynold Tobacco Stock water Is scarce In many loof the Jack Frost will kill most rich milk, he feeds tlio city family betCompany your grip I For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, In the calities. Condition of live stock Is . N.C ter than he did when ho kept scrub tender garden croiu, evenhave been given at 8S per cent. South, nnd homo gardener.) flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your The final result of puro-bre- d ntock acrengo planned for fall wheat Tho ilntiiv In caring for Hires Is that the fanner makes nioro iwiviunil tint in will present you I life as every "P. A. home-mad- e" only 74 per cent and with but little I money nml the city family gets nioro vegetables now in the garden. seeding done. This Is about thlrty- A storage cellar or outdoor pit Is, Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so and better food, probably at lower of course, tho most desirable placo to three per cent less man mi juai prices. delightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll ! And, you just .e ncroage. Heports would indicate tnai notNsvery home The crusade, the expert? say, even- store vegetables, but to it like you been doing it since away back ! You see, P. A. is crimp cut or pit 11 per cent of ncrcnge planned had to result In reducing garili'iior has a storage collar tually will tend been sown October 1st. you don't lose a lot when you end a cinch to handle ! It stays disposal and some simple and tlio cost of living to the consumer at his Tho preliminary cstlmnto on, acreoo ru...u. . start to hug tho paper around the tobacco I nlthnu; taking tho difference out of Inexpensive n.oi.ioii must rcconimend-reaso- age of rye is 89 por cent, which is. A lory effective storage, For that tho por Ket of tho producer. You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home-rclle- d of about the same as last year. they point out. tho city man l by the United States Department While wheat acreage is materially cigrrette, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented Agriculture, may bo mado by partially has n definite money interest in tho progress. Many process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke a wooden box or a large bar-....- .. cut, seeding is still In hotter .sires crusade. Whllo ho can seeding to rye and barley , . I pipes where one was smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the ii. Lav rel on its side In arlsh potatoes, spot farmers are crop3. More and more vij nmn l ii:iruiv nt iiiililii i" ! clover car-'fBurden. ,.r ..ffnri Into It that tho live i what a. wad of smokesport will ripple your way way. And, .... . ...,. .. i... .,ii.riiiiml llmnHtniiR Is hoinc used as row, parsnips,. sa.su,. " """" Mock breeder should, ho Is expected to every time you fill up ! Ue valuc uf In tho far i nncnuracement and aid to tho nd winter radishes can be stored ".'I ...rinnltv ..f- - this manner. Cabbage, as a rule can us .i..ww, ,.".MAT. S. COHEN, lllhl.llll miii-'v- i bu stored to bast ndvantago by buryfers. And then- will bo no lack 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. times a year. At other times tho sun TAX-PAYER- S! ground, whllo celery can opportunity, partlrul.nly In the tr...ill ing It In the Is faster or slower than clock time. bo placed in a trench and covered er cities and towns wl.c re tho farnmrn Surgeons agrco that In cases of A sun-diindicates sun time, and stnw or leaves, with are In close contact with the city busi- with boards and soil to keep out cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the jn orjcr to find tho correct time by tho, an outer layer of I or one of my deputies will be at the following places to ness men. first treatment is most important, u you havo to add or subtract any- frost. Sweet potatoes should always 'teltnn nn nfflMnnt n nt tannt In. Is ntlTllIOll ....!. .. . collect your taxes: 11? ,,ti. rta nccoreitng 10 " l be stored in a warm, dry place, such """" " " , danger of In- - P day of tho year. Tho clocks which Taylor Mines, Saturday, October 25 Grain nml liny Show. tho . nvnr the kitchen whore Promptly, thoro Is The International Grain & Hay thoro will bo Plenty of both heat and rcctloH aml tho wouml ,,CB,ns l hca' .are connected by telegraph with naval McHenry, Saturday, October 25 Show will bo held In connection with tat once For Use n ma" r bcast' , observatory at Washington aro very Monday, October 27 Exposi- Vif ilo eel'lnr Springs, Ideal antiseptic ami tho International Live Stock or storage pit is avail- - "rozone Is tho Uuy It now and bo ,; roUahle, being corrected hourly or Sulphur ,jajiv. This time, however, does not Wysox, Chicago, 111., November 129 to nbel a timn.orary storage should be "eallng agent Tuesday, October 28 tion at ,. I'flPrt (riP necessarily agreu ...til. lt.n ilmnn b.-.- j ti.. uu mua ivIirAn " December G. Prof. G. I. Christie, of ,lrn,,i,i,i ... " iul nn mttAK(nl1AV Wednesday, October 29 OMo , tho I'urduo Agricultural Collego Is M almanacs for rising and setting of Rockport, i 1U ho Uuimi..ii..u 'Pmintv nrnir Ro. uciuuer oj. superintendent of this show and sun. etc., as these latter times arc Beaver Dam, cared for before It. gets cold cnoiign approximate only. The actual time very anxious that all of tlio states to Injure them. Kull Information re- Is Saturday, JNovemaer Simmons, lMJKISCOI'KS KOlt SAliK. tho sun rises above the horizon deshall make a good exhibit of coin, hay gardlng tlio storage or garden vegeSaturday, November 1 pends very much on whether it rises Render and grain. tables U contained in the Department Approximately 160,000 rule perl- - from behind a water surface, or a S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. No doubt there aro somo farmers of Agriculture Farmers' llulletin No. In your comity who might show corn S79, "Homo Storage of Vegetables." scopes, used by the American soldiers J flat ian,i surface, or a hill or a nioun-i- n trench warfare In Europe, aro of- - tan- - Times given for sunrise r or some other product at this exhibit. which will be sent free on fcrcd for snle. Tho ordnance depart- - j ar0 theoretical for tho theoretical Liberal prkos are to be given, as tho nient Is endeavoring to develop a horizon not for any actual or local Chamber of Conimorco of Chicago has market for the Mipplics, special ef horizon. Pathfinder. appropriated 510,000 for prizes and Loos Wool INed In August. special prlrcs In addiforts . being made to Interest novelty there are other . .......ni-ation- s. Manufacturers used iu.uuu.uuu ius. etc. Tho tion. In July "t j ls aro aman ,,.cnaiilcal aro any farmers In your less wool In August than ,)orscopcs If thoro year, although tho total for Au-- I rm,,,s,0(1 of a mirror encased county 'who you think might get up a .. nrwln ..1 nV .., : u. Hill ll llflF lllfllll II n a heavy metal covering with a '""""' creditable display. I bellove it would kuhi ...h you to call except Jiuy. loiibiiiiii.hu.. w hlch fastens to the ;itle l,n a verv eooil Plan for to DG.oon.ooo ins.. b y holding tlier.i above the ct. show to their attention. Tho August amounted thlb .. i.n.iiu frn,,, rnnntv shows grease equivalent, as gien nj muf-,..,- V.4... w.r ti,n trenches tln VanUs weie ..w of Markets. United States De- - ablo without exposing thomselvw to m ght well bo preserved for this ex- - Hureaii p.utineut of Agriculture. follow tho activities of the enemy hlbltinn. lly classes In pounds the August, s. Any Information that you may want 1919, consumption was: Grease wool, In regard to the entries, prizes etc., ... .,... i .....I .... Q can ho aecurcd by writing to tho Su- - 40.427.U.U; scoureii, FOR FLETCHER'S of tho International pulled, 2.154,045. &A porlntondent I Compared to August 1918. the con-I- t Grain and Hay Show. Chicago 111. m very desirable that Kentucky sumption In August of this year was Is -8,000,000 lbs less, but It l osAGH INDIANS DltHW OVKK ft make as good a show as possible at about year abnormal pointed out that last 910,000,000 noYAiriKS Kg exposition. this conditions prevailed and that tho figT. 11. 11HYANT, probably Konca City, Oklahoma. Oct. IS.3 Assistant Director. ures for August 1919, a normal level of consumption. The Osago Indians havo received their llfth annuity payment this year and Dean acreage In tho llvo principal It Is understood two nioro will bo Culling Increases I'gg Yield. States Now York, Michproducing Thu Uaitliolomow County (1ml.) forthcoming prior to January 1, 1920. Now'MoxIco, and Cali..- igan. Colorado, li r fellows, to some a lie iiuvy goes on over uw agent reports thatn to- Thus far in 1919 each of 2,200 Osages fornia Increased enormously In this agricultural IISTEN, talk. Many world sails the Seven Seas-sq- uints a has received country In 1917 nnd 1918 In accord- tnl ot 1.222 hens woro handled hi a on tlio citizenship rolls at the six continents a man when he gets recent culling campaign nnd of this total of ?3,000, or a grand total of propaganda, to ance with war-foo- d that's its business. You stand to be 40, misses som1918 number 345 or 28 per cent, woro dis- approximately $7,260,000. In to see more odd sights, wonderacres In 1917 and ovor ething. He may have over $10,000,000 'in ful scenery nnd strange people In 1918. Tho provlous acre- carded ns poor layors. The cntlro tho Osages drew lots of money, and a fine than you ever dreamed of. ncres In 1911, number ot hens, 1.222, laid 2.3C8 royalties. age had beon 875,000 family but culling, whllo When CALUMET You'll work hard while you 928,000 In 1915 nnd 1,107,000 In eggs tho week boforo ' He never "got out and baking NOKMAIj SCHOOL. work. You'll play hard while you comes in, all Cllimcil Is n disposition to tho week artor thoy had boen culled Now thoro 191C. y saw things". After he play. You'll earn and learn. troubles take ouick laid TCpedo from theso high aroas and for the 8S7 fowls left on tho farms You'll get, in addition to "shore-leave- ", gets settled down, it's too You go right why it gonoral board ot religious eduexplains Tho leave. 1919 tho bean ncroago of theso five 2,292 oggs. This straight vacaa Episcopal church has nhead nnd mix UD bak late. States, estimated by tho llureau of was expedient manngonient to rid the cation of the tion which is more than the ing materials, for bibcuits-cak- es Every man wants to see which announced plnns for thf establishflocks of the 345 lazy loafors average bank president can Crop Estimates. Is 1,090,00,0 acres. anything without fear the world. No man likes count on. laid only 54 eggs tho week after they ment of a church normal school. Tho of uncertainty, calumet manes to stand still all his life. had beon separated from tholr former purpose ot the school, it Is stated, Is you forget failure. You can join for two years. I Good Seed I'otnliM's. The best time to TRAVEL they re- to truln Sunday sclfool teachers and When you get through you'll be Tho averago production por ncro mates, desplto tho fact that physically nnd mentally "tunctl is when you're young and as a uniform method of amounts of potntoes In tho United States Is ceived tho sameproducers. of feedper- to establish up" for the rest of your life. lively right NOW ! teaching Tho In Canada, tho profitable BAKING POWDER very much lowor than You'll be ready through and Right NOW your Uncle Sam egg prodWlon the week ifciJUEh for SUCCESS. Is the most popular because ltfoKlva Groat Britain, and European coun- centage of is calling, "Shove offl" He wants lias Hie "SUN SLOW, SUN IWHTV.KTO. most pirrci results. It is beforo culling was 27.6, while tho There's a Recruiting Station men for Ids Nnvy. He's inviting tries outsido of Italy. drown J because, it the mostbig- was 3C.8 por cent. it i J the right near you. If you doa'fc The fact that, you! It's the biggest chance Ono of tlio reasons for tho lower week after it know where It is, your Postessi seller proves uu. ;,' J ".;; -Is you'll ever get to give the world Qucs. Please explain meaning of production In tho United States Is that A trial will convince you that there you master will be glad to tell you. the once over I none' justasKood.-Buyacanterms "sun slow," "sua fast," otc. AlK1JNTUCKY CHOI HKI'OKT less attention has been given to the ate not atulied taKO u oa sua nver-ug- o, which are often so say whether clocks Crops as a wholo are under get your money oacK. character of tho seed. Oood seed Is Cataract contain only iuch Ingre. due to late spring and poor grow- Been In cities nud which got their ono of the determining factors In tho tiirati as nave urea apntuv afU. S. naval obsorvatory tlnio from tho omcuuiy by me u. a. ruuu production of maximum crop3 of po- ing conditions. The drouth has Authorities. fected every part of the Stato and by way of Western Union telegraph tatoes. YaMTwtajaiifU. nnd Is that tlmo supposseed would while gomo ot the Into maturing com aro reliablo; It, Tho uso of hlgh-grad- o Yismis yet as a whole tho corn ed to agreo with times of rising and lncreaso tho roturns from the pota- Is coming out, HIGHEST not up to normal. Tho 'esti- setting of auu a3 given In almanacs? to crop of tho country by many mil crop Ik average yield QUALITY of corn this year Ans. The sun is n rough timepiece, mated lions of dollars. say, HIGHEST o need Ja 23 bushels por acre ns compared not vn accurate ono. That Is to Tho production of In 1918 (ho motion of the earth round tho AWARDS special busi- .vlth 1:5 bushels average should ho regarded as a year. The qua- sun Is affocted by ovor a dozen difGood strains ot seed may bo which also was a dry ness. hill, or lity Is i;:ve:i nt S5 per cent. The es- - ferent forces und the result Is a com obtained by tho tuber-uni- t, tho State ac plicated condition which inakos tho j iuas.vselectlon methods through the tlmated production for to ubpve cst;n.ntt,9 would be ma aEre with cloek time giily fuiir dUeased process of rogulne eut the 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. rolliing 9em with lilgh-grud- w.8K. ' 'J&t i fi national joy ill ROLLING Winiton-Salcm- " putand n. ...,,t ,,, I llng well-draine- d ur i.... me-o-m- y, ,"...., - , J"" "' anp.. "' - NOTICE TO al ., 7" "". T::rZL $, ... W- iu rnaay, i de-th- . nijr. o.o,,, Oliildren Cry CASXOR A m se rep-lesc- nt Give the world tHe once over !..- All Baking Cares Shoulders 30-da- y ; CALUMET -il st Shove off! -- Join the hlgh-Rrad- U. S .Navy nifti iiumwyy f rww F 'WW? -- Tt',""., T rcftftftftddftftftftAftdftaa 1 ftaaftaaftaaaftaaft f ? 1. I. eitOWIHOIt WIIITIW. stationery has heen "Old" friend, ? ? ? BurgI ar j i i i i ? 'ti m Insurance i i & & n letter from our Mr. U. 1 Orowdcr h few ilnyn allien, mid hnowlni; lluil n liont of Ohio county lieoplo know Mr. Crowdcr ho well, nml tho mild letter lionrliiR no particular marlta of n imture, we tnko tho liberty of IiiiIiIIhIiIhk the aniim: Wo received jier-hoi- ont out from tlio oflleo of .loo S. IIokkk, fmninlaslnnor Ky. of 1'iihlle Honda, In this letter a "voluntary donation" Is risked of 20 per cent of mm inonth'M salary for the ninipnlKii of (lovernur Ulaek. x The letter ask that checks ho made payable to the Hon. Jo M. Kendall, Building: Material ; Frankfort, Ky. W Is carried HARTFORD. J J by BANK OF J & f If you do inter-cst- l ! J J business with us your s are protected. Ohio County's oldest financial t i f J ! ? It J i i c BANK OF HARTFORD W ,' HARTFORD, KY. i i SCSv???????? STRAY STREAKS (Hy Kluko MoKluko.) by left the first of the week for Stone. Ky , where they will make their fu- ture home Mr. Harvey D lMummer. of Stone, Ky., is the guest of friends and rela- - 11. Stevens entertained, Sunday, In honor of their son' Hnyw.inl.s. twelfth birthday. ;. TIiom' present were: Masters Austin in s:un in i eare.s iiu.iiiini); wiiii Cecil Arbuckle. ui...... ......ii. miiif.iv l. imviir illil iimi i aj lor, Tolbort ...... '...j. i ..x... niliilli TayUhonds, Knus Kerguson. It in m coffee nohow. lor .Hrynut Sbultx. Silas I'erKiison. Cml Homer anil Ivan Sliult.. "We wonder if these profiteering in- Mr. Sam Ke.itherton, of Arlinc-toTeatluatlons me hnxliii; anjlliim; to Ky..npent the week-en- d with his do with the fall of nuts? sister. .Mrs. K. K. Tartar, and .Mr. lit rain, bacon m'ciiis .. i.i .v;iiihi uiu i... ..i icii'i. While the hoi; now roots on a lower to lmni: on tho tlos here. Mr. mid Mrs. O. i . n, Uncle Stoo May ;ys that a a Tartar. Mrs .lane Williams and jlauliter. nakty. mean roast we i;ae him last Miss Altha and IMna Williams, are iu wiek, about that steak. tho Jnotlce mills ruhlurr to do. islt1nt; rel.ities. Mr. and Mrs. ( W Hruntou ami Tin ilrntiili lhnt started .luly 1. lliU Ky pone ...t tun wild oats crop so short that I'miRhter h.newill to Louisville. where they make their future are haxiiiR little l'eoria. 111., i home. l'R" ms bir damp In drk. Th tio Rim mi haxtiiR "M' thiiiK that here. tliOM roiny pells so much harder to Mr. and always come U. that they nearly Mrs. Aveiy Stewart and isltitiR maUo of Cromwell, are Mrs. Klovd children, lelatives Cloudy weather. nn,i to lie prosperiiiR returned from a Islt daur.hter in Akron. Ohio. - l?.ile ha ith their Kdltor llnrtfiiril Uopiilillcnn: Dnnr Sir- :- I tun Kt lit nunilierod notu'K STOCK LAW IXKCHO.V. Rood with the HvIiik nml iiln In heiiltli, inn now living In California, Commonwealth of Kentucky: Ohio where we have beautiful miii.shlno mid County Conit: KeRiiIar October n climate,, where n dellfihlfnl term, October fith, 1010. Hon nml flowers are to ho h:id Mack Cook. J. O. C. C. Presidtwelve niontliH In the your, where ing. frnllH mid ei;etn1ilcii of nil kinds are .loli ti llooiie,' et at., Krown and ready for hko In the cold, Vs: Jndcmcnt. Orders Ac. dreary months of countries of colder jstock Lau. E,ccmii l(1 North Itock. climates. lor mist special reason, liort VotliiR Product. No. S. this Is one of the most attractive In pursuance with the judgment, places on the face of the Globe. Now, and orders entered of record In tho It Is said the KukIp soars bli;h, but above styled action, notice Is hereby tho land In Southern California, lii;B,VPIl tl)!lt ., 0 wlu bo 0ieiH1l In lliy opinion soars lUfilier. North lliipknnrt Vnllinr Prcrlnrl on As wo have such men as I'OiIro. 'Tlu,M,ny Novoml)er A. n. 1919, Knott, Johnson. Horah andsenator , take the sense of the leKally quail-Hee- d of Missouri, at the helm, to do- - fl?(, vo,(,rs ()f M(, preclncl 0I1 tho fol. lenii our louniry, nnu uie rains nave lown(. (10gtloll Arc ym, ,n fnvor ot Mopped tho raBlnK desert fires In ,..,.... ,. liniBWflli for cnt,lo or nnv Cal., Morrow threshl.u; the teeth out , 1.,r(.l, 0 , tUono u, ,.,,.......,. nr ....inpi,,,.,,! i,,.i. of Democracy In Kentucky, I consld- - ..,, er our Nation safe for Democracy. of North Hockport VotliiR rreclnct," I am i;etlliiR the Louisville Daily as prayed for in said petition herein Herald, and also your paper, keepliiR filed. In touch with Kentucky politics and Olven under my hand, as Clerk of can foresee victory for the Republi- the County Court, ot tho County can State Ticket. aforesaid, this the Cth day of OctoIn fond recollection of the Rood ber, A. I)., 1910. old times we've had In Ohio County, j W. C. 1II.ANKENSIIIP. and well renieinberliiR those who 1511 Clerk Ohio County Court. I were always ready to answer the am as ever, a true I Party's call, I.I VIA, iiouti: M. friend, with line for all and malice toward none. Hev. II. K. Kuqiia filled his regular I P. HltOWOKU, appointment at Ml. Carinel, Saturday S25 K. Green Leaf Ave.. n'nil Sunday. Whlttlor, California. Misses L'thel Uichesnn, Cora and P. S. To be sure, will vote for Kit Ora Ilelle Thoniasson, Mwsrs. Ooe- . ., .... , ,,.,,,, . ,m. this time myself. iivniu, nei ana line i iiiiiuassini, iu If. ..If.. October 17, 1019 spent Saturday nlRht and Sunday with friends and relatives at this I.VCHl'.M AT MCMKXIIV. place. Mr. and Mrs. Osby Kirk and little The Initial number of the Lyci'mn son, of Halt ford. Uotite .1. and Mr. Course for Mclleury, was Rien Jlon-da- y and s. Ho'iert Klrfc and children, ulRlit at the school auditorium of llnrnett's Crook, spent Sunday with by "The KfRliliug Amerlcitns ipiar Mr. and Mrs. Myrt Kirk. telle. f Several from till- - place attended The house was well filled ,tnd with the pie supper Riven at Chapman tho first number of the proRram it school house. Friday nlRlit was evident that a Rre.it treat was in Mr. Joseph Simmons, of Owens- -' store for us boro. Is visitliiR friends and relatives MannRer Cohen has arranRCd a 'ut this place. splendid program of catchy unit popu- i lar sours toRothur with many hamor-ouand dramatic readliiRs. The NEWSPAPER BARGAINS.! sours portrayliiR life in the tronrhes and the demoustratlou of tlio win For a limited time we canj th ii boys spent their leisure hours, whllv .it war, certainly brought loud furnish you the Louisville' applause. and Daily Courier-Journ- al .IuiIrIiir the three rcmaintiiR until-her- s Repuhlican, ' by "The FIrIiIIiir Aineric.iiis," The Hartford we feel that it will be well worth the both one year for $5.50. We j time and price of admission for ,uu can also furnish you the1 to he present. (Ab.no article- was received just .is Louisville Daily Times and we were roIiir to press last week ) Republican, both eer-Krecii- 1 Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishin:-- Boards, .Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets, Ventilators, House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Stains, Door Locks, Door Hinges; Nails, Strap Hinges. Farming Implements Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Rubber and Steel Tire; kDisc Harrows, Sulkey Plows, Riding and Walking Corn Planters. and two-roCultivators one-row w .,,, tp I 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, Linoleums, Dining Chairs, Queensware. ht ;t ' 1 Four separate departments. Come to see us. can please you in quality. Prices right. We Fordsyille Planing Mill Company j JAKi: WILSON, Manaftcr ; FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. M-- wmmxsaaBmmmmBaKamKmMmaammmmmrMmammBBmaaEm n Greater capacity. Closer Easier to skimming. wash. Speed - 'VOI.rXTAU" DONATIONS paid-in-nd- -l askAd of employos on tho payrolls oi anent the the Stata of Kentucky to help finance ........ I IIU in. ..i in..... M............K lllll'l I.!!!. .nii. . the campalRii of tTovernor .lames I). st of one. to a half truth. Is. the prosecution was bltterl Dlack h' nliont Kory time Leach 'disappointed ttiat the enso had to be. A Utir trltten on the official state JaaH of 'tothfr j tfc wbtiler. adds to our sole he continued." Idm s void in your flank. He1 Yep. it must have been one helluva thrive bwrt whim th wither is dam surprise to them! And the fact that . Itts uamoT Yes Tom Kea. one of their chief wltne-Had tUnvtnliiR. " slu'rtK ;, Denton on is'1. "" (Not a paid ml.) tti tmiroyrtHto. . 'the d.i set for the trial, was adver tUMn Mavlcx. of Kordsvllle, was tised iu the State press nearl a week Im t se ws th flrat of tn w eek and before n effort was made to secure he tola s that he filt a bit atratd M a .Indfio, apparently didn't lessen it Kussellvllle MossoiiRor hctnfc proetcutftl for matntalnitiR a one whit M said. Muce John Henmminly ry Thomas Usft th Conntx. when good MtW KiIOD COMUOL general attrnet-fvcaelook and ACT IlKKOUK WIIM1X wera oonWerer. he, Moley. a near or tno4 without a WasliinRton, Oct. 21 Tlio Admin-titratibill etcndinR tho food con ... trot act to clothtuR and proxidtiiR -. "- Bat Nail sajv hts lite woll be a ."la'.f'C lor y'efit.'crir'js. ? pfoaaure Im a aw arm of Iour bilhil milted to Profcliient Wllon 1 have severed my connection with The KenMMquitoa, a cotoay of 'jailer Jackets.' aftor It bad ice MrhoiI U of VrMidHt Marshall and Scnker dil-lH- t. ar er ha tU throe, of a rota tucky Creameries and am now associatmtllcsftnt attack of seven j mr Itch ed with THE FOX BROS. CO., M he ml4 oU 1t rid of that ihsX htw dmmj are haach of telbws (Incorporated), and will con IMAKIUAC.K I.ICKNSKS MiUTte4 with the bug Vmowb as KKCU.YTI.V Ls.t Kl tinue to buy your y heqiwrltu- - bacteria tvRttUr and proloiified stims since the rin peH set In W T kur Mii SI1ADK OP tL WASHINOTOX! "Voluntary donations" are heiaR S:is the News-Detnocr.- it Hartford Pa one year for $5.50 pers must go to same address, and to a vance subscriber. Send all orders to the Hartford Republican. -' i I j Ljj r 1 ji t indicator. Easier to t u r n. Wears longer. Automatic oiling. Patented milk distributing device that you cannot get on any other machine. Assured service. Ask any De Laval user. WiiaBBMiffiS3SHai5iIliIIIWIMIillM iz Over 2,000,000 in daily use. ''1 To My Friends And J. D. WilliamsKy.6 Sons Bea.ver Dam, lloth I'lione. d, m Customers )r. en on v-- t- to-o- a, 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 4-f- bn We never could flpure out Jnt wfe r MtschVe wanted that fife feet-h- ht mil Unc aaiast the iWr tolher da ith a Arnold Itcnnrtt, Hartford, tn DesnA Shown. Heda Maddov, McHanr. to IUmi bord fence arros hts rd. labOtaarlve Cent ert own. Mill. sUsfa-UVtltwaa all explained, and Kidnc Xnlton, Kouie t, l?eavr too, w hen w e canght W4 loaalnc Dam to Laura Sandors. Wyov side ot that hit. Mite acre. Poultry, Eggs and Cream Paying the highest market price at all times. receiving cream will be WEDNES DAYS and SATURDAYS of each week. Call or see me at the same old place in Hart- n, 145 acres of Green River land, near South S5 acres bottom, underlaid with No. S, 9 and Car-rollto- 11 veins of coal. 'Price $65 per acre a bargain. kaU the everlaatln warp oaten her nwi tMm the all (.hnt fn of the tXa4 vorld Wm MtechVe W a ripht smart man hts I tMik to bnlld that fta beaale. A DOLLAR SAVED. For a limited time we of-- fr f er our readers the Louisville Daily Herald and The i i. UKAYKK UAM i ora txepuDiican 1., one ootn To Set ad- Mt aland htaddov vho ha wn lve!vr for vantage of this low rate you hi Akron. OW. fr fcnetie, has must be paid in advance. !? iT. . ., . v v, to hax mi op- - ,The rule applies to both new CMtP tot t- ford. . - S5-50- - 65 acres 2 miles from Hartford, Rough River bottom at $65 per acre. US Acres, near Rosine,"4 room house, orchard etc. Price $2,500. 50 Acres, 2i'. miles from Hartford on the road. Two houses and barn and other outbuildings. Price $5,000. Har-dinsbu- rg re-- 1 ' mmm StfeBitl u Mvia; Tmmi.AYMMKM. VMMaj aoal ri ' HIW a.nd old subscribers. ava bWMA. i Send your order to Thejl T. RIL.EY SfflBRggtSigfiSgH Coal rights under 100 "acres of land, known as the Dr. Patterson farm. Price $10.00 per acre. CAL P. KE0WN. iWHw M TayraTi Republican.