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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1919. tlio veto has boon rendered Ineffective. Tills certification probably will bo sent to tlio State Department by the o;id of the week. g X? ti WILSON VETOES PROHIBITION ACT "HOW TO VOTE N0Vv4th., 1919." that complexion and figure, but they are all slaves to tho fetish of stylo. Several days ago tho Hartford Herald told tho pcoplo through its columns, An man, who followIf they wanted to know how to voto Intelligently, they should come out ed tho seductlvo art only a few years, n,UI "car 110i L. ! Kincncioo's specen, ni mo uouri House. Air. Kincne- - and left It while still young, and Is BLACK PUTS BRAND 't)0 nas c(""o and has made his speech tolling tho voters how to cast their now a prosperous business man, nsk- ON WAR VETERANS ballots, nnd it is to bo lamented that only about 150 voters had tno tho other day why it was a man and for the President's Annulment Hits Driven to desperation In his at- - nf learning from Mr. Klncheloo how to vote intelligently, opportunity benefit would stick to newspaper work and bo Big Audience Turns Out To to learn as poor as Lazarus, when ho could Governor of tho cn00 voters In Ohio county who did not take tho tacks on Republicans, Greet Republican a Country Like-Unt- o Black assailed tho Republican admin- - from Mr- - Klncheloo how to voto; Wo give you tho following, In order sot up a butcher shop or a drug store ' ,)0 a,)' t0 cast your ballot as intelligently as thoso Who heard and Nominee Thunderbolt. live In luxury. I told him It was Istratlon In tho city of Louisvillo. tnnt J'011 lnay 'Mr. Klncheloo: a caso of hugging a vanity. Every "Louisville- has tho most cowardly you bcliovo that tho Speakers told you tho truth, who told you man delights In being listened lst police forco In tho country," declared to ; Governor HIack boforo an audience ' v"t 'or Woodrow Wilson fbr President of tho U. S. A. and ho would keep when to talks, and a man who can SWOPE SPEAKS HOUSE RESENTS ACT at Glnsgow. HERE us out of war; Why then of course you should also bcllcvo what Mr. Klnche- get listened to by many thousand loo said, and In that case you should voto tho Democratic Ticket. juoplo every day, through tho medium Governor Ulack knows this 'state2nd. If you bcliovo Mr. Stanley and Mr. Black told you tho truth when of a newspaper, finds it hard to forgo ment Is untrue. Ho Is merely try In 3 Hours Repass Bill Over ing to muddy tho wntors to keep th they said they would make tho Capitol Grounds look like a "Pumpkin Patch the temptation. It Is a clear case of Youngest Congressman Is n frosty morning, with the heads of useless offlco holders that they were hugging a vanity. pfcople from learning' all about tho Heard By Packed Veto By Vote Of m rottenness of the Stanley admlnistra- - 'fcolng to puUout of office, I say If you believe Stanleiwmd Black did that; H ouse 176 To 55. DIt. FORD AND FAMILV tlon. which ho Is everywhere uphold - You should voto the Democratic Ticket. ;!rd. If you bcllcvo that the parents of Kentucky should pay 32c more Ing In his speeches. OFF FOR SVSSY SOUTI In this statement Governor Ulack for a school book for his child, than a parent in Indiana has to pay for the Edwin P. Morrow spoke at Fords, Washington, ,Oct. 27. President took a direct slap nt veterans who samo hook for his child, then you should by all means vote the Democratic Dr. E. W. Ford, Mrs. Ford and Ticket. WlWon unexpectedly vetoed the pro served In the trenches In France. their three small children left hrc vllle, Monday afternoon, to voter-- i 4th. If you believe It is right for a State Officer who Is elected, and is Tuesday for Florida, whore they go from this, Hancock, Breckenrldgo More than 125 members of tho hibltlon enforcement bill today and within three hours the House hnd re- police department aro returned vete- - ' drawing a salary fixed by law, to charge $10.00 a day in addition to his to spend tho coming winter. They and Grayson counties. Fordsville, passed It over hl veto by a vote of rans with the forces overseas. Many salary for every day ho attends tho meetings of the Boards of which ho is by aro making tho trip by automobile, tho metropolis of that section, Ue3 l"i! tc Gi". The total vote was bare- of them were decorated with medals virtue of his office a member, and in addition thereto to put in an expense going via Bowling Green and Chat- within reach c the three and cited for heroic conduct. All of account of $1.00 for each meal, and by tho way ho is never sick, ho always tanooga, Tenn., where they will like- tounties and it is estimate, t'lat not ly more than a majority. "Dry" leaders In tho Senate Im- HiPin offered their lives In defense i cats 3 meals a day, I say if yoiwbelleve It Is right to use your money In that ly spend a few days, provided the less than l,jfi to 1,400 peop'f. Many So far as learned wa nnw" tax your property to pay the bills; Why of course you should vote weather Is inviting. mediately began laying plans to re- of their country Many other of whom wore from these adjoining-countiesgreeted and cheered the Repass tho bill there. They expect to Governor Ulack contributed a total of the Democratic Ticket, points of Interest will be visited whllo publican Nominee for Governor, on. 5th. If you believe it is right and you Indorse the way the inmates of the enroute. ask unanimous consent for Its cor $25.00 to the Red Cross. qm this occasion. Feeble Minded Institute wero treated lastftvlntcr during the "Flu" epidemic, t sldcrntlon tomorrow claiming ci:oiiKh ' No hall in Fordsvllle v.v larije those poor unfortunate children were lying thero crying for a drink of water votes to put it through. They ex- DAVID II, kinciielok PAYING THE FIDDLER. enough to role' anything Hk.j a goed spoke 1 1 kick tuesday that they never received, and when death laid its cold hands upon one of pect to net on It by Wednesday at the these children its body was found to bo llterly covered with vermin; I say Kentucky taxpayers at this season prop rll ju of tho gather'.niT, ii jn latest. meeting was held. Although Congressman, I). II. Klncheloe, who again that if you Indorse this manner of handling the State's Charitable of the year when they pay their mon- open-ai- r Tho President refused to sign tho bill because It Included the enforce- represents the 2nd Kentucky District, Institutions, then show your approval by voting tho Democratic Ticket, ey realize more than ever the slough tho speaker was considerably hoarse spoke hero Tuesday, in tho Interest these uro tho facts as reported by a Democratic Grand Jury. prohibition. ment of war-tim- e into which the Stanley administration and worn from his long and strenu6th. If you believe a man will make n good Governor of the Common- has led them through increasing of- ous eiir.paign, yet he held the big prohibi of tho Democrats, to a fair sized Tho objects of war-tim- e Most of tho oration was In wealth of Kentucky, who will stand with one hand In tho Treasury of the fice holding Jobs and general extrava- audience for an hour and a half in tion, tho President said in hLs veto, rapt a'tention. with his masterful of President Wilson, abuse of State, drawing his salary as Assistant Attorney General, and at the same gance. had been satisfied, and "sound With 314 new offico holders at a discussion of issues, of peculiar In lie policy makes clear tho reason nnd thoso who differed with him In refer- time holding a Job with tlioaL.. & N. Railroad Company, and while thus ence to the unqt.nU.iui cr.lorjor.icnt standing wrote tho famous "Tye" letter asking for a pass for a man who is a total cot of Jl.440.00 a dnv, it is not terest to all Kentucklans. necessity for Its repeal." Warm ex nnd adoption of tho "Pence Treaty and member of a largo and influential family, members of which are very often difficult to see whore the money goes. pressions of approval were given Mr. Dry Sentiment Overwhelming:. Governor DIack has called upon Mr. Morrow by many Democrats, after the It would not bo difficult the Prcsl- - League of Nations, and a general on Juries, with a promise of his assistance In selecting Juries to. try cases Very against said L. & N. It.. R. Co., that might be filed by some unfortunate Morrow to point out offlco holders he speaking. dent held "for Congress to deal sep-- j "lambasting" of Ed Morrow. Night Mectin; Here. orately with the two Issues " llttlo attention was given state is widow, with a house full of children dopending upon the outcome of such would fire and he has done so. Howsuit for the necessities of life. If you stand for that vote the Democratic ever, the Stanley.appointees continue King Swope, tho "baby" Congress( The veto hit Congress liko a crark sues. man, representing tho 8 th Kentucky Tho speech, altogethor, was tho Ticket. of lightning Tho IIouc getting on in office. District, and the first Republican to If you want your taxes to go higher, if higher they can go, vote for the C Its feet again, deserted Its leaders, moSt blttor of any delivered hero In be elected from that district In a 1CEPUHLICAN TOWN TICKET who wanted to dofcr consideration years, and was only Intended as an Democratic Ticket, and that same old gang, that have made your taxes what quarter of a century, filled tho apuntil Thursday so as to round up all, effort to whip wayward Democrats they are today, Its tho samo old gang in tho samo old way, 5 out of the 9 Into line, ninny of whom do not In- Candidates on the Democratic Ticket are the same fellows who are reFor the first time In a number of pointment made here for Morrow, the "dry members." Put tho swept Into tho chamber and showed dorso tho conduct of affairs during sponsible for the condition of the State Treasury so I say If you years the local Republicans have up Monday night. It was reported early" Ihero was an overwhelming sentiment tho war, as well as the administration want your taxes to go higher, and your money to be thrown away, In the a ticket for members of the City Monday Morning that Mr. Morrow same old way by tlio same old gang, vote tho Straight Democratic Ticket, Council. They aro all good men, could not get hero on account of the among them to give tho government of affairs at Frankfort, November 4th, 1D19. The audience wns greatly augment-traffiweapons for dealing with the liquor worthy of the support of tho voters train service, and during the most of If on the other hand you do not believe that the Democratic Speakers of this city, and in the event of their the day It was thought the date would now outlawed throughout tho ed by tho two hundred School Chll-lanas a consequence many drcn, brought down from the collego told you tho truth, when they said that Woodrow Wilson would keep you out election, it is assured that the City's go of war, they are not entitled to more confidence now, so you should vote the business will be looked after in a people who camo during the day, Nobody had really professed to before tho speaking was over. Republican Ticket. from a distance, returned to their proper manner. know that tho President would veto j If you do not bcliovo that Stanley Ulack made the Stato Capitol grounds Following Is a list as they appear homes late in the afternoon. Authe 'Jill. Republicans and Dem'ocrats MARRIAGE LICENSES thoritative Information that Mr. RECftXTLV ISSUED look like a Pumpkin Patch on a Frosty Morning, by abolishing useless of- upon the ticket: alike and the countless muKItuuc fices and by cutting off tho heads of useless officers; but Instead created C. O. Hunter, A. R. Carson, R. L. Swope would fill tho appointment was that had sorrowfully watched the paoslng of tho b.ns thought it would Dever, R. R. Riley, L. S. Igleheart, not received hero until five o'clock. John E. Cooper, McIIenry, to Clara nearly 400 moro useless offices, Then Vote Tho Republican Ticket. If you bcllcvo Kentucky children should buy their school books as cheap M. D. King. Notwithstanding this fact, a full become a --law without his sigunturo. D. Oglesby, Centertown. Attorney Genelal Palmer Ic was The Mayor is elected for a period house greeted the youthful orator oa I.eaiuou Burton, Olaton, Route 1, as tho children of Indiana; then you should voto tho Republican Ticket. If you do not beliWe that a Stato Officer should draw double pay for his of four years, hence there Is no nom- this, his first visit to this section. said, had declared it corstitutional. to Ida Myser, Routo 1, Olaton. services, and oat at the expense of tho taxpayers $3.00 worth of grub every inations for that office to be voted for Every available seat was taken, many "T.ips" For limit') mm. Mean John Pryor, Olaton, to Amelia Bs day, then you should vote tho Republican Ticket. standing throughout tho address. Hut the President, propped up In Vine. Roslno. at tiie coming election. If you do not indorse tho way tho State's Charitable Institutions have been Mr. Swopo's manner of speech was ond then signed a veto j nonry Smith. Frledoland, to bed, dictated conducted, then show your disapproval by voting tho Straight Republican MIC, AND MRS. W. C. pleasing and entirely free from bitand sent it along to Contlo nockcry, White Run. SCHLEMMEU ENTERTAIN terness and abuse and was well regross, witnoui worrying, iippareiiu.v Ticket.. If you do not indorse a man who would hold a State Office and also at ceived. Not a word of condemnation nbout what Congress might do. LOUISV1 LLE MARKETS. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer en- has been heard from the rankest par tho same tinio represent tho L. & N.R.R.Co., and who would stoop so low as "With rcpassago of tho law by tho House, nnd tho prospect of the samo Hogs Buyers at tho local yards to wrlto tho famous "T.yo" Pass letter In order to havo a pull with the Ju- tertained an honor guest Sunday ev- tisan of the opposition. ii happening in tho Senate, hope took hold early In tho dny with tho ries; Then voto tho Republican Ticket, and show to the world that Ken ening, In tho person of Mrs. Lola F. thing vbComEastman, of Somerset, Stato ANOTHEIt INSULT TO of the big "wet spoil' that would run ,rc8Ull that tho pcns wero won dear-ov- tucky stands for a square deal. If you do not wnnt higher taxes, and would like to seo old Kentucky, mander of tho Woman's Benefit AsAX AMERICAN SOLDIER tho Christmas season vanished e(l boforo noon. Moro choice hogs Into thin air. been sold oaslly, and tho standing at tho top round of tho ladder of progress and fame, and seo her sociation of tho Maccabees. Mr. and could havo Prohibition- leaders tonight pre closing was full steady to strong, School Teachers receiving a fair compensation for their services whilo Mrs. J. C. Bennett and daughter, Miss Not content with Governor Ilacl;'a Insult to the American soldiers In the dicted that tho refusal of tho Housttiw,th nl(.MOr prices anticipated" today training tho young manhood and womanhood of Kentucky, then vote the Gladys, wore also guests. A delightful dinner was served at Louisville police forco, Congressman to accopt tho President's veto meant Market Uest heavies, 1G5 IbB. up, straight Republican Ticket, and tho sun will once more shine bright in tho that tho salo of liquor would not bo $13. CO; 120 to lGSIbs., $12.75; pigs, old Kentucky Home, and Kentucky will blossom and grow as she has a 6 o'clock. The table was beautifully Uen Johnson was repotted In the decorated with forns and ro3es. Mus- - Louisville It. lies nb .saying In a' speech permitted ngalu in tho Ufa of this'and 120 lbs down, $12.25; throwouts, right to grow. Ulack has had a chanco to clean houso, nnd has failed to do it, you 5 and games wero enjoyed until a late at Brandenburg tha' "Ed Morrow many other generations. $11 down.i can't expect anything from tho same old gang, so there is certainly one In- hour, when tho guests departed, vot- started for the Spenisn-AmorjM- n war, Top dumbs Dollar Lower. Art 'Jo Ho JjrtW Immediately. unchanger, telligent way to cast your ballot on Nov. 4th., 1919, and that is by voting tho ing Mr. and Mrs. Schlemmer a charm- but got sick and couldn't go " v Sheep values remained The prohibition enforcement bill Straight Republican Ticket. ing host aud hostess. "When the Spanlsh-Ameri- c in War now becomes law Immediately upon hut top lambs nnd seconds sold nt a x 4 broke oin, four boys in tho Morrow ollar decline-- . Uest sheep $G; bucks, Its pissago by tho Senate. BALD KNOn. j laniuy voiunieereu tor service unuor Originally, it would linvo becomn $4 down; best lambs, $12; seco'nds, BEADS ODDLY STRUNG has gono henco; belonged to an age Farmers are busy sowing whoat their country's flag. Ed. was as effective Tuesday midnight It tho $7S; culls, $5G. when men cared less for appearing and doing their miany'necessary Jobs signed tc tho regiment commandel by Tho trade in cnlves was steady. President failed to sign It The man who writes for his dally young than now, cared less for sanita for winter. Col. Colston, but whllo In cdi'i: nt 14; Rut with his voto, It was sent back j Quotations: Uest veals,' $13.50 bread must cultlvato two habits, ob- tion, and wore beards rather than Mrs. J. W. Taylor has been visithe was stricken with tyto C'onjrress to ho voted on again (medium, $710; common $5G. havo the bother of shaving. Uut this ing her brother and family, at Louis- Lexini'tm. phoid fi vor.a-.ifor six week lingerStronger. Prime servation and reflection. Everyday aged Cattle Trado Vrov ded it secured a sufficient ma- farmer had contributed his ville. lifo Is literally teeming with events lifo and death. Hi was ed both houses It becomes law heavysteers, $1213; heavy shipping jority in interest, only tho stupidity sweat toward feeding tho word, had", Mrs. Harriet Sandefur is visiting taken homo and nursed back to healt i despite the veto. jleors, $1112; medium steers, $10 of human, of our observation fails to discover no doubt, brought up a family of rolatives hore.it this writing. by his mother and a boyhood chain. having passed It, tho 10.50; light steors, DOSO; fat '"'ho Houso them. I observed a woman, tall, boys and. girls whp are of use to tho Mr. Henry Haven has sold his His father, Judge Morrow, was away bill now goes to tho Senate, whoro, heifers, $811.25; fat cows, slim and sixty, with a dross dragging world In which they live, and if ho houso nnd lot In Cromwoll, and moved froyi homo holding court and hU it is claimed. It will bo passod tho 10.50; medium cows, $5.757; cut the pavement. 1 wjJildcd to his wealth of whiskers to the Mrs. Anna Torrencqfariu.. turned to look back is brother? wore In the army. canners, $4.755; tors, $55.75; ici-diitime today or tomonow. ut hor; ;iot wlt.i a thought of lidl-cul- I am willing to let him wear them in Several from here havo been atEd Morrow rejoined his rcgimont feeders, $9 11; bulls, $67.50; Semite Goon Over Veto, but to read in the inaiiitor cf peaco; only his heavy beard set me to tending the protracted meeting at at Anniston, Ala., and remained with choice milk Washington, Oct. 28. In nccord.-anc- o stockers, $7 10.50; her dress tho circumstances of her thinking upon tho subject o'f whiskers Hickory. it uhiil mustored out. His twin with predictions made yesterday cows $95115; medium, $6595; homo life. I assumed she was tho and why they aro disappearing from, Rov. J. II. Embry has sold his farm Tjr.itUr continued his service In tho ' President's veto of the pro- common, $50 ' 65. when tho and will movo to Cromwell. army end Js now a commander oC hard working wife of a farmer who tho fucos of men. hibition enforcement moasuro was reMrs. W. T. Taylor Is on the sick American forces In Russia. had glvon the best effort of her life CIIAIiliAN(JKl). ceived In Congress, the Senate today I rarely give attention to women's list. to caring for her home aud mothering fnllnurmt Mm oxnmnlo of the House Mr. Ezra Crowder returned home DUNDEE SCHOOL MAKES 1 Wonumc' her children, rather thnu to follow- clothes,, yet only the other day I saw of tho . The members .i tt... i.tii nvnr Mm votn liv a woman of rare beauty who had Monday, from Texas, LARGE CONTRIBUTION' noaoflt AsM'clatlon of the Maccabfios ing the changing' styles of tho times. robbed ihnn M.n rnnulHitB herself by wearing a hat, the Mr. Harvey Plutnmer Is erecting a challenged tho Her face was cheery and hur btep hurCounty navo I of ohl majority The school at Dundee recently sent Maccabees to a. ried, ami to a family circle she was, stylo' of which did not make ther new house, Tho vote in tho Senate was 65 to' Sir Knights of the beauty appear at Its best. This woMr, Norval Leach said that Letchor in a. contribution of $50.00 to thu no doubt, u dear, good old ?oul. mumucr. "0 tho majority having seven moro contest tor numoer 01 iww man shows best with a hat with a Taylor said that Dick Sandefur said Kontucky Children '! Home Socie.. thim- worn needed to override secur.m in a mveu umt. Tho losuur .. .. IMWV" To this date, this U tho I observed an old gentleman, very brim, as I had observed before, and ho would haul his cane to the mill ty. banquet the wlnnors. 'iho tho voto. Tho vote in me nouse oy sldo to say they can a'.jeady tasto tue old, long past seventy, drivin,1: a pair she was wearing a turban. Uut then but it was so crooked it wouldn't lay largest anion it to be raised by aiiy, yes- - Ladles which the, veto was overriden He it is a strange paradox that woman on the wagon, so he requested Mr oiio school In the county. good things to eat, and seo the white of good horses to a wntfoit in.l..r wna 1 7 R In RK. ,.,.. ll, To the teacher, Miss AbbU , .. . . caught my attention by the luxuriance will Invariably sacrifice everything Taylor to move his mill to the patch. lO'""' "- -v nproneu uruiucia ;m"6 Tho bill will now become a law a$ much credit la due for' till P. S. I guess the molasses will bo you lose It will be of his beard. The full beard belong- to fashion. - Thero is imperative If I soon us the clerks of the two Houses Come on boys. why- women should dreas by croukod too. uaiuWme out' Ibutlon. ed to the generation most of which .certify to the secretary of stato that only a llttlo extra trouble. I " , , 'drj" to-da- y; j i c, d. d, "- Myr-messa- er - I $7' o, two-thlrds- -- . n,, .. Whlt-tinghl- reu-son- se bo prlnml orfn Mpnrntn 111 1 IIT PflKFR PI AYINfi Imllnt: that the words "Yes" and 'No II 111 I TUIlLll shall ho printed In nn open ftpace on MINISTER FOR GUIDE ballot; nnd that votor'a murk by INFLUENZA VACCINE os" Is to be counted for I he nttiondmont, or If his mark Is by tho "No" It Is to be counted nnnlnst the Board Of Health Making amendment. To understand this prop- Alaska Mining Camp Has Own Notion Of Paserly, the voter needs only to remem-lio- r Serum Mayo Expert that to voto "Yob" Is to vote for tor's Fitness In Charge. the nmondincnt, and thus voto against Manor; nnd to voto "No" Is to voto 'against the amendment, and thus voto Winnipeg. Man.. Oct. 2(5. They Louisville Herald. for liquor. arc looking for a minister in the gold The act of the Legislature also ill Thu State Hoard of Health yestcr- nnd copper camps of the Athapupu-skoriny took rank as Kentucky's most reds that those separate ballots 'shall country in Northern .Manmanufacturing 'Instltu- - be provided and furnished each voter.' itoba, Lake productive but he will have to measure dally culture It Is, therefore, plainly the duty of Hon, commencing the up to the minora' own specifications. s. tho election officer not only to some trillion of is their advertisement that apgallons of vide Is, make ready by nftlx-soru- Hero that Capacity Is five peared In tho Pas Herald: lug certain signatures the regular a day. "Wanted Minister of tho gospel The laboratory, fourth floor of tho ballot, but also to provide, or make for Athnpupuskow camp. Must bo a Stnte Hoard of Hcnlth building, ready, In like manner, tho special or good poker player." Sixth nnd Main streets, was com- - separate ballot; and then to put both i "Mono of these namby-pamb- y dude plotcd Wednesday, all equipment be- - tho ballots together before, or Into preachers need apply," said Tom possession of, the voter; thus pro- 'the lug Installed. Powers, who brought tho ad to the Dr. 1J. F. Sturdlvant, first nsslst- - vldlng and furnishing each voter the Pas. "We want a who wears C. Itosenow, ills- - ballots necessary In order that he may aiit to Dr. Edward n macklnaw jacket nnd stuffs his vaccine vote according to his own volatlon. roverer of tho pants in his boots nnd can paddle a Section 2 of tho act of the Legis- and head of the Mayo laboratories, canoe and trek on snowshocs and play this niiinnilninnt lntnro HiilimltHnir Tnti.na... Altnti la In MmrfTp. an(1 b1 n The Mayo organization loaned his prescribes the time and manner of !'?kor in a knock-dow-.Bml ncc.ount t f drag-ouhimself the taking the sense of tho voters of tho services to Kentucky because Health, state upon It, and from the words row.Tf State, through tho Hoard of 1. .....I-..- . '"-- nnn llixnin lite lnin u.n.i mi. last year nmdo a more extensive test "except there shall bo provided and '"'"hog-an- l""' with the gang and show scrum than any furnished each voter a separate bal- of the Itoscnow-May- o 00'1 vaycr' ?' h ' a lot." etc., to the close of the section, other State. respect influenza is contained the law governing the lo " certainly At the outbreak of tho s a Iot of polcr B0,nB on a"'' epidemic. Dr. Lillian II. South, State manner of conducting the election in parson wants to pan color In Mayo lab- - this particular. is no way " the There bacteriologist, visited the l, monary work alU0B s rough oratories and procured sufficient vac- - provided by which the sense of the lads, the poker table will he about as cine to inoculate 500,000 persons, voters who go to the polls on that day 'can be taken, other than that which , """ a " "Ml "a "" ta" """ distributing it to physicians. Kentucky., is described by tho words contained t Since the recent sensational gold ..Slurdlviiut Assiaiii'il to strike at Goose Lake there has been This year, although ten different in this section of the act proposing a rush of miners and prospectors to Dr. Sturdlvant, the amendment. States had asked for the Atapupuskow region, one hun-- I he was assigned here. dred miles beyond the Pas, which is An Agreeable vaccine has a low- 'at tho northern terminus of a spur ly origin, commencing from ordi-- j "About three years ago when I was lot tho Canadian National Hallway's nary beef broth, cooked in an ordlna- sufferine from a severe cold on niv i transcontinental line. The army of tv. i.nth inii liontpfi liv steam colls. goes to a centrifu- - lungs and coughed most of the time B0,d sccker3 Is mnde UP of sot,lers The broth then fn the fanning ,ili,,orers gal separating machine, where it is night and day, I tried a bottle of " e of ,. ,i uw. ............ irhnmbprinin'a Pninrh RnniA.iv nmi country to ... ... ...... 0,n,on LIUCU 11UII1 lllli.. l.ivu .0 mining men from all over Canada and three-qua- rt hot- - was surprised at the promptness with It is then placed in the United States. Many of them are ties and sterilized under pressure, which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. veterans of the Klondike and Nevada The influenza germ then is lntroduc-- ! ames Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Many another has been surprised and pleas- - stampede. Cj. Prospectors are ont in the woods Sputum of a person afflicted with'ed with the prompt relief afforded in the Athapupuskow m everywhere placed on a glass slide, by this remedy. the disease is Everybody has the Lake country. The bacteriologist inserts the slide in gold fever. New camps, as wild and selects"bugs" .TUB t'ASTI.K, I'APKli OP a microscope and AHMV PKISO.VIMtS DIKS picturesque as those of bonanza days adapted for propagation. in the American West, are springing approxi- -, A section on the slide ' PnQtio "P Hke magic. The whole, country Vnrfc. firf. ?r. New Tim of an inche square mately lis underlaid with gold, silver and cop 13 placed in a vial containing five the paper of the military prisoners at per. Scientists say the oro body is dlscon-stan- d ounces of the broth and allowed to Governors Island, has been twenty-fou- r the Untied by a War Department order, the richest and most extensive of the hours. At for continent. end of this period the broth has be- - Since 1915, when Chaplain Waring Religious bodies In Winnipeg are became sponsor of the initial num- come cloudy with countless baccilll. planning to answer the "Macedonian cheer-opene- d bottles are then her the Castle has each week The three-qua- rt Cry" from tho North. The Salvation and one ounce of the culture ed the 300 men confined there. Since Army has hurried a worker into the poured in. They are then sealed and the war the number of prisoners has new field. Hev. C W. Gordon, known twenty- - increased to 900 and the. scope of the allowed to stand for another to literature as "Ralph Connor," fatour hours, during which time the ; little magazine increased correspond-Baccil- li mous o sky pilot of the lumsufficiently '"Sly. The Castle was edited, writ-t- o have multiplied ber camps, chaplain for two years permit production of the finished . ten, "set up" and distributed by tho with the Canadian army in France meu serv'uS sentences. Lack of funds vaccine. siven as the reason for tho or- - and now pastor of the St. Stephens' broth is placed in a jar con-wThe Church in Winnipeg, says the miners suspending tho publication centrl-jdi iiectcd by a rubber tube to a ought to get the kind of man they fugal machine that revolves about When the chest feels on fire and want- 35,000 times a minute. It is fed by "t will lane uus mailer up wun uie me tnroat ourns, you hnvn inuiges- u, TepfraL iiihe "on. and you need Heroine to get rid lurches at once," said the Itov. Mr. whot rotarv tfte Gordon. "I think we can find the scheme to fool his uncle. He carried I"" E and clarified broth of the disagreeable feeling. It drives r'Btit man. No fourflush will do. You a standing "classiliod" reading 'Want digested food, strengthens out at the top into another recepta- - out badly can't put over a bobtail straight ou ed A setting hen." pasty scrum clings to the the stomach and purifies tho bowels. those fellows up there. A minister Sellers kept Steve supplied with a le. The I'rico uuc. ooiu uj uiiio uuiuy unit; couple of the birds most of the year. side of the cylinder. m to get results among them must play Company. The paste then is "killed" by the the game like a man from start to They were placed on a nest iu the loft is Introduction of chemicals and finish and draw a full house every of. a "hottso" about ."Xo and two of A STOrK 'ready for use. Laboratory assist-i-M- s PISH MKAL AS these hen tenements nicely covered POOD AND PKRTIMZKU time he preaches." place It in bottles and forward two well-fe- d stills. Hut ono unhappy Cr Twenty-on- e drops of (o physicians. There !a more Catarrh in this section day a deputy United States marshal Prince Rupert, U. C, Oct. 2.r. of the country than all other diseases entered. It was then discovered that it le sufficient to inoculate ono jier-$oPish meal as n livestock food and a put together, and for years it was sup- each of tho hens woro endeavoring to bo incurable. fertilizer is rapidly establishing itself posed remedies, and by Doctors prescribed to bring forth Rhode Island Retls constantly falling local Prevents Piiriiiniinia. t new product to cure with local treatment, pronopneed iu Western Canada. Tho It cost it Incurable. Catarrh is n local disease, from eggs composed of china. Dr. Sturdlvant said last night: lw ni'iilo frn?n Hnllu'ntnr fish U'nstn lnllucnccil by "This vaccine, the Rose jolltBnc, ftm ,he aa,m()U cannorlM greatly and therefore constitutional con- the cumoijflngcr $ino for his enrequires constituditions terprise, less tho confidence of two Inis not so much an Influenza pre along the rivers and coast of llriti.m tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medig cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & dustrious and hens. a pneumonia prevenventive aB it Is Columbia. Cattle, hogs and poultry Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional tive. Your Hoard of Health records fed on fish meal have- thrived with remedy. Is taken internally and acts A valuablo for flesh thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces itresstng will show .you that few people who marked success and apparently have of tho System. One Hundred Dollars scalds, old sores, rash, Is offered for nny case that Hall's wounds, burns, took It last year suffered from pneu- developed a relish for tho new food. Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for chafed skin, is Uallartl's Snow Linimonia. It liiav not lie the best thing, circulars nnd testimonials. ment, It is both healing and antisepbut It is the best we know." P. J. CHENEV & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Cliumlu'i'lalirs CiiiikIi Remedy. Sold by Druggists. 75c. tic. Price 25c, 50c nnd $1.00 per producing In addition to Hull's Family rill lur constipation. This remedy Is intended especially bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug vaccine, the State Hoard ot for coughs, colds, croup, and whoop m m Company. Is prepared to produce any ing cough. Houlth From a small beginning its SKI'S HIS IIKXS O.V CIIIXA e KCJOS I.OADKII WITH 'CiKOG' buruin necessary to combat local epi- salo and use has extended to all parts HOW'S WKATHKH POR FI.VIXC'.' demics. of the United States a,nd to many forThe equipment is complete and of eign countries. Spokano, Wash. ,Oct. 25. VersaThis alone is onoiigh Some day It mav bo a common largo quantity. to convince one that it I.i a medicine tile Stove Dahlln, of Spokane, had thing for Mr. American Huntsman "Under the old system," said Dr. ot more than ordinary merit. Give been a liberal distiller of grog, but planning n could not make five it a trial and you will find this to ho always fearful of tho vlgllont eye ot and his friends who are Sturdlvant, "we recreational dash through tho air to gallons of vacclno In "several days. the case. m Uncle Sam. So he ono day devised a arrange with the Weather Ilureau for way bacteriologists awl assistThis daily reports, so that tho flight can ants can make it In a day easily." bo undertaken without risk of runof tho equipment was deMost ning Into .bad weather, but to date signed by Dr. Sturdlvant In weather roportu for aerial touring with Dr. South. parties aru a relatively new thing. Just now the Government is interested In such un expedition which startVote "Yes" on This Ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4. Your Party Has Aped from Portland, Me., September 27, FOR FLETCHER'S proved This Amendment in Its Platform Adopted at Lexington, Be and, if ullgoes well, will end at Sure You Get This Ballot and VOTE IT. Fla,, In December, nftor visiting more than a score of principal im,n.m:u op voti.m; ox cities on the Atlantic coast and In thu STATK-WIDAMKXDMI2.NT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 2 Ohio and Mississippi valleys. The "Arc you In favor of the proposed nineudment, flying boat "NC-- 4 Is tho craft taking At tho coinlnjr election. November to the constitution of I he Commonwealth of Kentills journey, thu object of which is to 1 tucky, it will be the duly of hi voters After June ill), 11)20, (he manufacsecure recults for tho United States ture, Mile or trniiKoorlutlon of spirituous, vinous, of Kentucky to ileu'rmlns by tholr mult or other Intoxicating Ihiuors, except fur Navy. When tho flying boat stops whether or n.t tho countituiioi voJuH medicinal, Ht'lciitlllc or mechanical ut regular Weather Ilureau stations of the state shall t,a so amended us purposes, in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Is he lieutenant in chargo of tho expedihereby prohibited, All Sections or parts thereof to prohibit tho manufacture, sale and tion has tho weather maps und foreof the Constitution, Insofar um they may he Incontransportation of Intoxicating liquor, sistent with Ibis .Section lire hereby ropwiU'd casts placed at his disposal by local uxcopt for wicrumuntul, medicinal, uttd inillilli'il. Thu Oeneral Assembly hIiiiII enforce Weather Ilureau representatives. At msohuiUonl purpowM. .dentine or thU .Section by iippruprlutu Iclslutlonr " other points tho comploto morning iKture uilimit-Ung.UTha agt of tbe nnd ufternoou reports aro telegraphed pronoafcl nmumluMtnt dlrer.ti CULTIVATING ANTI- - 'that Italian : ; ! rLllllUl JJP ;;.! w pro-gorm- ni ' he-m- "Let's do the dam job together" Chcs, Field n, i " 1 TXTIY y ' 'ho?A Chesterfields? First of all, fine tobaccos. in the Orient send 119 the Turkish varieties (Xanthi, nnd Samsoun). We blend method with specially i3 it ihnt more nnd more smokers (millions now) nrc getting together with J Anti-influen- Sui-nrLs- smoothness, ness that go right to reason Chesterfields satisfy. flavora This method brings Our own buyers pick of the finest Cavalla, Smyrna these by a secret choice Domestic leaf. out new qualities of a richness, a mellowthe spot. That's tho vt ,..., in. fm old-tim- rf which cannot be copied. Every package has a moisture-proo- f wrappinganother reason for Chesterfield's uu changing quality of ilavor. And rcmcmbcr,Satisfy" is Chesterfield's secret, based on our own private formula, Cfj&!&vXvzccCo4 I one-four- th E.HL .( T.vlfh ffi'ff'ffBSjgg 4 old-tim- as er 20 for 20c and the blend can't be copied ., ifZ from convenient weather bureau stn simultaneously on October 8 from tlons to thu fliers. San Francisco and Mineola, L. I. Tho Weather Hitrcnu also furnished Forecasts of tho expected conditions flying weather forecasts to tho par- - were telegraphed daily morning nnd tics participating In tho transcontl-- , evening to all official stopping points nental reliability raco that started .on the route, 2a In number. -- n. Children Cry for Fletcher's H now-May- o, Ibe Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of ? and has been made under his per- CfLjCGrJZfaj- - sonnl supervision since its infancy. ycarvr. CliilcLren Cry K i Republicans of Kentucky! 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 Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA CASTORIA Pen-sacol- a, GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of M - ALWAYS W - YESD t.. NOD In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought OOHMMV, NKWVOPIM OITV. j m ' I y vG'V wU 4 I il "T. R." LEFT $810,607 Mrs. lloovt'M'lt (ids Entim Estate. Distribution Willi Hit. MB 111 1 - To My Friends And Customers I have severed my connection with The Kentucky Creameries and am now associated with THE FOX BROS. CO., (Incorporated), and will continue to buy your 25. Col. Mlneola, N. Y., Oct. Thepdoro Koosovclt left nn cstnto valued at $810,007, according to affidavits filed hero todny with Trans- fur Tax Appraiser Gehrig hy executors of the will. After approximately $34,000 has boon deducted for funeral expenses, counsel fees and debts, the entire estate) will go to the widow of tho armor President In trust to ho distributed among tho children In any proportion shu mny determine. Value Home jit .jtlHO,.00. A trust fund of $GO,000 given to Colonel Hoosevelt hy his father to ho used hy Mrs. Koosovelt during her life will revert to her children after illl&l'! v KW -- II IV IS KM IV U25- .ilri,frr.iumsor """";. V hecpit fr ViX2&&' W.EA UVS1 SwO A MM mfi Bw in, - fiL r-- a '"'mlii fi i&a&MQm J:.Vl i'.K l.fl 3i"s2----- " xY?li i iwff 11ai J -- . til l Cigarettes made to ''! Si ii meet your taste! Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness never before attained. To best realize their quality compare Camels with any cigarette in her death. te Sngamorc Hill, tho Uoosevelt at Oyster Hay, whoro tho colonel died last Jnnuary, is appraised nt $lSO,n0O. Tho estate also 'includes corporate bonds valued at approximately $340,000, the largest of which Is $30,000 worth of First Liberty Loan bonds. Tho bonds nlso Include n $1,000 subscription to the Canadian Victory loan and a $3,000 Republic of Mexico bond, which is listed as worthless. Stocks owned hy the colonel nro valued at approximately $184,-00es-ta0. the world at any price! Poultry, Eggs and Cream Paying the highest market price at all times. Dates for receiving cream will be WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS of each week, Call or see me at the same old place in "I li'1''1' 'ii 'P II Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it iso new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gives youl You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally 1 ZSSLBfc'JSSS?! 5 i. L. T. RILEY o J haw Honk ItoynlticK ltilng $7,000. Royalties to bo derived from publications of tho colonel's hooks were estimated at $7,000, whllo a value of $21,G37 was placed on his libraries Ono of tho smallest items Is one of $285, which represents the vnltie of Jewelry owned by tho former President. Included In the list of appraisals aro gifts from various foreign dlgnl- tnrics, trophies of the colonel's bun lng expeditions and various paintings I Including ono given him by the late Popo Leo XIII. I without tiring your taste! il!!ll!llllii!ii'iiliiiiiUiiil''i''iBlliril!li Take Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camels quality! 18 cents a package Hli '"I n '' " '' IFlW" KwWA ''"""imfi e Camels are sod every where tn scientifically tealftt pack cca of 20 c garettea or ten packages 200 cigarettes) tn a &lasstne'pcpercovervd carton. We strongly recommend tt is carton for the. heme or'ofiice supply or when you travel. ti ti ? m Where There's a Iliiby on Fnrni Keep i Burglar Insurance kL. lint-Sna- p. mm. M it 'SaBlaaOEIssLl niPHff tS15 ill Nhpii wii, iiiiiiiiiiiii,iil!iiiriiniiwi' 'iniii"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii'ii ii ii R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, lllMlllllllllllll'lllllllllllilill'ljlWl'IMlllltlll lllll' ' Winston-Sale' '"l N. 'Ii1 I'll1"1!'! C ' IlllPl'lll'Vlil1,'!! ill1 MB niiini'iii .ni'iiiini'ii;' ''i t itfiMHWfl'i., 'p t'l'ii .iiiiiiwwaiH i j.l.fc Jiti.'. .. ! iV L- -i L l t i t J & 5 Rats aro on most farms. Onco they get Insido tho house look out. Rats kill infants biting thorn is not unusual. Nursing bottles attract rats. P and Brako a cako of throw It around. It will surely rid you of rats and mice. Tlirco sizes. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed hy J. F. Caso-blo- r, Acton Ilros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker Myrtle. in RAT-SNA- in mm Middle Aged Womeiv , .- "UKUS" KISS KL.1CJ. J A" ? ? Is carried by BANK OF HARTFORD. If you do business with us your interOhio ests are protected. fc J & J i i i i ? 41 County's oldest financial stitution. w in, J c f fur?'?T BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORP, KY. i i i t i i c & fcft &S5WWWWWWWWS FARMS FOR SALE! 50 acres 4 miles from Hartford, $300 worth of timber, t. vein of coal underlying it, 12 acres of bottom land. Good orchard and barn, at $45.00 per acre. n, 145 acres of Green River land, near South 85 acres bottom, underlaid with No. 8, 9 and 11 veins of coal. Price $65 per acre a bargain. 65 acres 2i2 miles' from Hartford, Rough River bottom at $65 per acre. 118 Acres, near Rosine, 4 room house, orchard etc. Price $2,500. 50 Acres, 2V miles from Hartford on the wo houses and barn and other outroad, buildings. Price $5,000. 4-f- i More than 150 employees of tho steel plants at Weirton, W. Va., were rounded up by authorities n few days ago, marched to tho center of the town where they wero made to kiss the American flag and then escorted to the tovyn limits and ordered to leave. Most of the men were Finns declared hy police authorities to bo d members of tho "rod guard" of who had recently come from Pennsylvania to work in tho steol mills at Weirton. The raid was the outcome of threats against the government and the scattcrlhg of bolshevistic propaganda in the neighborhood. Tho mop wero taken while attending a nipetlnr-o- f their '.o'ict:' in an ol.l ham. veteran of Clinu-tea- n Thtelry lei! tho rnld and tho ra'dlcals surrendered without any Some of them ob.serious disorder. ject!? ! io kissing the flat; 'i.it when they wero told that they must da so or go to Jail thov matV no further protects but knelt and kis 1 the emAll of tbolr numblem obediently. ber except ono, who Is belnc held for investigation by fodeial lutltorlties, wero released. Flu-lan- Frccmont, O. "I was passing through tho critical years of ago and had all period of life, heing forty-si- x the symptoms incident, io mat cnange neai nasnes, J nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, bo It was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as th'c best remedy for my troubles.which it surely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since talcing it, and tho annoying symptoms have disappeared." Mrs. M. Gobden, 925 Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. , Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. -"t y. LU North Ilaven, Conn. "Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything1 else had failed when passing through changoflf life. Thero is nothing like it to overcome the trying- symptoms." Jlrs. FtoBENCB IbellAjBox 197, North Haven, Conn. - ,S: fej? LYDIA s r" LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND & tmmtiBst E.PINKHAM MEDICINE S. S. d CO. LYNN. MASS. Indigestion, HIIlotiMiess, Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets have rcstor-o- d to health and happiness hundreds j who wero afflicted with Indigestion, If you and constipation. l biliousness nro troubled in this way give them in trial. You aro certain to bo pleas-'c- d ui for thoy will benefit you. this movement to tho utmost of its ISSUE WARNING TO WATCH KOK COUNTKIU'KIT W. ability, not forgetting that every Thrift and Savings Stamp and Treas-- . Car-rollto- Har-dinsbu- rg f Coal rights under 100 acres of land, known as the Dr. Patterson farm. Price $10.00 per acre. CAL P. KE0WN. I ury Savings Certificate sold will ultimately build up a savings account. Thrift practiced means tho retaining of wealth In tho hands of those who earn it, instead of allowing it GOVEItNOIt (aUl)KNKIt TALKS TO RA.NKKKS to become concentruted in tho hands of the few. Nothing will stahllizo bringFrederick D. Gardner, Governor of our Government more than tho an open letter ing about of this general condition of Missouri, has wrltton to tho head of each banking institu- thrift. tion in'tho state, placing his seal of Constipation. approval on tho Thrift Campaign. The beginning of almost every serifollows: Tho Governor's letter is constipation. It you "Tho Government is now prose- ous disorder enjoy good health keep your a National Thrift Campaign, want to cuting bowels regular.. This is best acand I hope that all tho banks in this complished by proper diet and exglvo this movement their stnto will ercise, hut sometimes a medicine Is unqualified support. organizing of savings societies needed and when that is tho case Tho you will find Chamberlain's Tablets for tho purchase of Thrift and Sav- aro excellent. They aro mild and ings Stamps and tho now Treasury gentle In their action, easy and pleas Suvings Certificates will convert many nt to tako. Glvo them a trial. Thoy ' spenders into savors. only cost a quarter. :i Kvory now savor created, ultimately becomes a bank dopusltor. Someono Ja saving whut you spend Kvory now bank depositor, no mat- - foolishly. Who is depositing your tor with what bank ho starts, Is a dollars? Invest thorn In Y.'ar Savings distinct additional asset to tho en- Stamps and save them yoursolf. tire banking community. A person onco having acaulrud the habit of saving, will ho u bank cusFOR FLETCHER'S tomer all hU life. For this reason every bank in this statu should putih Cal., Oct. 25. San Frnnclsco, Watch out for counterfeit war savli stamps! This is tho warning Issued hero and being followed closely by merchants todny. Tho warning was issued by William J. JIcGee, asslstnnt treasurer of the United States at tho San Kranclsco subtreasury, and is meant for national observance. Tho counterfeits aro photographic ropi eductions, in good color blue ink, but tho flno lines behind the portrait in tho genuine appear in the counterfeit as a solid color. Tho counterfeit stamps aro pasted oh jjenulno certificates and cashed at their prevailing rato by merchants. , Waterway To Health. Thousands have been i'ully restored to health and strength as a re- sult of taking "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the EYONlst 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful In Glass of Water Prescribed by physicians for constipation, rheumatic indigestion affections, hich blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin a (lections. Money back If not satisfied. On prescription (rora your your fff clan or at plijrti. ' ilruintUt'i. Booki Spring without any conden-sin- c or fortifying whatever. Children Cry CASTORIA Thcso ItutH Wouldn't Eat My nest Grain," Snjs l'"rel lmnb. It's hard to keep ruts out of a feed store. Tried for years. A neighboring storo sold mo somo It worked wondors. Qathered up Hought ' dead rats every morning. Haven't a rat now. moro hoy wouldn't eat my best grnln when i P 1 throw around." Three Biles, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Cao-hle- r, nrug Acton Ilros., Tuylor's Storo, Williams & Dulte, and Wulker " Myrtle. HAT-SNAUAT-SNAP. RAT-SNA- MfiiiJjl WKTJSsaa i m Iiimmmi iHQn full n x t let on tctjucil. Thi Dtvonltn Mintial Sprint Co. Owcnttoro. Xy. (luioruraiMj IThe Hartford Republican most vociferously and vehemently PublMicd Weekly by that the mntchless hand of Woodrow HARTFOKI) PIIIXTING COMPANY Wilson hnd kept us out of war, that Incorporated- abuse and misstatehim For if the people would only ment of rcnl facts and the kind of the great, guiding hand would con speech that docs Republicans good, tinue to keep us out of war, and that V. S. TIXSIjKY, Kdltor no mother would or could ever point that tirade of Dave Kincheloo's, nt Manager. nnd llmlncss tho Court house Tuesday was even hor bony finger nt him nnd say "You better than wo would have had tho sent my boy to war, you sent my boy Entered acconllng to law at tho Wo wish to death." Tuesday of this week, wo Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mail audacity to liavo ordered. uatter of tho second class. that every Republican In tho county heard another worshiping prophet, e could have been present. Not a whoso tall wffuld wiggle, if ho had to would bo found on NovemAddress all communications one, at every snap of tho fingers of The Hartford Republican. ber the 4th. his master, Woodrow, stand in tho same placu upon the same spot, say"As between Dlack, weak and vaciling that if tho nasty, mean, hntcful notice to sunscnnjEns. unprincipled nnd heckling Republi Subscribers desiring tho paper sent lating nnd Carroll, strong and courto a new address must givo the old ageous, which shall it be?" Wo find It's not n question of men, so long cans would only confirm and adopt ftddress In making tho request. the nbovo paragraph In nn article In ns they are honorable, but a question tho treaty of pcaco and world lenguo, Business Locals and Notices 10c Gaas to whether thoso men have done individually made, brought back and er line, and 6c per lino for addition- a former Issue of tho Lcltchficld zette, n democratic Newspaper, the what they ought to havo done In the laid upon the nntlon's desk, by this al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards democracy of which is unquestiona- conduct of your business nnd mini "nil-wisinfallible hand of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in ad- ble. It strikes us that tho Gazet while employed nnd commissioned as that was to have kept us out of war" vance. ren- - our stewards. Tho collection of bun. thero would bo nothing but perpetual Church Notices for services free, gives another good and sufllclent but other advortlsements, 5c per lino. son why every Republican and a lion foods of thousands of dollars from the peace, nq more wars, mind you, llko Anonymous communications will of Democrats In the stnto ought to people and the lncrcaso of tho State's he one recently closed, which left t'-receive no attention. voto against the ticket headed, by indebtedness in the amount of two blenching bones of moro than fifty paper calls a and one-hawhat this splendid millions of dollars, thousand of our own denr hoys nlocp-in- c TELEPHONES. weakling and vaclllator. does not sound llko good tho last sleep 'nnath the nodding 12.1 Cumberland business. According to the sumo ra- lilies In the bnttlc-scare- d fields of CO Farmers Mutual in the issuo of tio if the same men nre again elect- Frame Th Courier-JournYes, thin other prophet Sunday, in a rather strong editorial ed and manage affairs as they are nl(i he was on Ihe ground nnd ho saw OCTOI1EH .11 said that the man who pinned a Dem now doing, by the end of their admin thousands nnd thousands of other FJUDAY ocratic label on himself and went out istratlon we will bo paying a fourth bravo American boys with their IhnH on tho stump defending and uphold- more taxes and tho state's indebted- shot oi f, their eyes shot out and othing the Kentucky School Book Com- ness will be somewhat near seven or erwise terribly mangled and maimed of the maybe eight millions of dollars. mission, the management All led into, up to nnd moved In (his charitable and penal institutions and e greatest of all wars by tho "FARMERS Your land will hi mntchless hand thnt was to have tho Harkness tax suit settlement, had a much mistaken notion as to his raised higher every year if wo do kept these boys out of war, If only duty. Yet tho "Rotaters" are again not tako the power away from the elected the second time. If this first asking for an endorsement by being State Tax Commission, nt Frankfort the other prophet, who is, or was. or rather by being return- to raise the and make them considered by all to be even greater raise you. Carroll is tho only man than thou, was so sadly and so badlv ed for four more years of it. on ANY ticket who says tako the mistaken then, why not thee now? Ed Morrow Is a Har, he i$ all sorts power away from ,tho Statu Tax Com- Ho would havo us take tho whole nt a liar. Davo Klncheloe at tho mission and'let evory'county fix Its dose, with eyes closed, nose held and Court house Tuesday. We take our own land values. BLACK not onh' not a question asked, and If they hnd hats off to the Herald, because it stands by tho RAISING SYSTEM, but the power they would cram it down said those who wanted to vote with has arranged to keep the same Com- us too, even though it caused us to REPUBLICAN TICKET. intelligence should hear this man mission that has been raising you in lose the lower cutrals in gaging. Klncheloe. We are not certain as to the past, etc., Hartford Herald. For Governor Tho above article from the Hart- .(),00(,(MI( BRITISH whether we are more intelligent, but EDWIN P. MORROW. because It one thing is very sure, that is, we ford Herald is liOAX PLAX AXXOl'XCKIl know better than ever before, that ev- is most applicable at the present time, Lieutenant Governor New York. Oct., 21 ery Republican who heard this David and is one of the great and good reaS. THRUSTON BALLARD. Further deof the "Pennyrile" will be just a bit sons why every Republican and a hrs tails regarding the British GovernSecretary of State more anxious to vote for Ed Morrow of Democrats should turn out enmn. ment loan of $250,000,000 to be FRED A. VAUGHT. placed in this country by a banking and the whole ticket, than they were j.ext Tuesday and place their mark Attorney General con Umnaticn on the whole Demo- syndicate headed by J. P. Morgan & before David's advent. CHAS. I. DAWSON. Co., were made public cratic ticket. The Issuing group comprises leadGovernor Black is the people's Auditor Pub. Acct's David, the Goliath Killer, said at ing banks and banking houses of this friend, at least he was a good friend JOHN J. CRAIG. to one man, he tried (and we believe the Court House Tuesday, that Edd'o city, Boston, Chicago. S(. Louis. San Supt. Pub. Instruction ucceeded) to get a free pass from the Morrow was a Har, that ho had n Francisco, Cleveland, Detroit and New- GEO. M. COLVIN. L & N Railroad Co., for this dear bunch of farmers convicted for pool-in- r Orleans. Clerk Court Appeals The Issue price of the three-yea- r their tobacco, or doing something friend, telling tho R. R. Co., that thl. ROY B. SPECK. notes is to be OS and interest yielding man had promised to help them in In restraint of Interstate coniinerc Commissioner of Agriculture litigation, and no doubt ho could and Then David says, Morrow was not I about GV per cent. The ten-yeW. C. HANNA. would because he had lots of friends. U. S. District Attorney at the tlmo bonds will be Issued at 96 U and In and convictions terest, yielding slightly over G per vho served on juries. This honest, these Indictments Treasurer rt man, were had (ho know better than to sav cent. upwright and JAMES WALLACE. from whom, the Herald said a few that) then he again said, Ed Mor State Senator of the weeks ago, the people In Kentucky row is the biggest liar out-sid- e Accordlng to the president, the GEORGE BAKER. oon'd hope to tecure no relief. The penitentiary (then and there is the cause of the covenant Is "greater than Representative Herald this week had almost a full point at which David fell from grace tho government." Also, "It is a baISAAC S. MASON. page, paid ad, asking Black's election. and proved himself a L R, "ho must sis for something better than fence." hut a short time back, not a line for be a methodist" unwittingly) by read Gosh! It must be the fourth dimening a portion of a, letter which Mor- sion! Harvey's Weekly. Don't forget the election Tuesdaj pay. go and vote early, then see that your row publicly proclaims ho wrote. rather months after these farmers wrio ocu- Governor Black himself neishnor dnes likewise. bragged that he had made quito a icted, which happened long before he NEWSPAPER BARGAINS. We are exceedingly glad that we lot of money, that he was a man on was inducted into the office of U. S. For a limited time we can won't have another election before the easy street, financially, and he even District Attorney When pardons were furnish you the Louisville ( next one. belittled Ed Morrow for being a poor being sought for tho convicted farm- man. The Hartford Herald makes rs by their friends, Morrow, the new Daily Courier-Journ- al and Go to the polls Tuesday and vote a strong call for the defeat of tho ly inducted attorney for the Govern- The Hartford Republican. the straight REPUBLICAN TICKET. Republican ticket because S. Thrus-to- n ment was opportuned to examine th Put E. P. Morrow where of right he Ballard, tho nominee for Lleu-ena- records and recommend a pardon, both one year for $5.50. We ought to havo gone four years ago. Governor, like Black, has made then it was that ho wrote tho letter, can also furnish you the and some money saying that he had examined tho re- Louisville Daily accumulated Times and If the Republicans .turn out next There Is, besides, not another man In cords and that ho could find nothing Tuesday as they should, a change in all kentucky who gives more to his therein warranting his asking for a Hartford Republican, both the administration of Kentucky's af- employes, and to charity than does Pafairs Is certain to be instituted at the thi3 same Ballard. Oh! consistency, pardon. Great Gum and little fishes1 one year for $5.50 Because ho would not tell a lie they pers must go to same adend of the present year. thou art Indeed "some" Jewel, most try to ruin him in localities where especially dress, and to a Kentucky Democrats are on the de- the Herald that sort at whose shrine they think It might hurt. Who wa? worships. Judas anyhow? subscriber. fensive, they know thnt their stewardship for the past four years is not Send all orders to the D. H. Klncheloe, member of tho Three years ago wo heard a then meeting with the approval of tho peo- United States Congress, lower house, celebrated, prophetic Democratic ora- - Hartford Republican. ple. A change Is needed and they nre afraid that the voters are going to have it. all-rouct law-maki'i "stay-at-homself-same, e, o lf al self-sam- fof a liar and a few minutes only to stale Issues And the Hartford Her eld calls tliat cnllghtmcnt of the vet crs, on Kentucky issues. satd In his speech here Tuesday that tho Southern Confederates fought for a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT, which they thought to bo right, and which, somo day would bo vindicated. Thero Is not the least doubt but what those who fought for secession nnd tho In stitution of hum nn slnvary wcro sincere nnd lioncst of heart. What surprises us is that a member of the Na power would stand tional before an nudlcnco in tho yenr 1919 and claim that tlmo would vindicate tho justice nnd correctness of these propositions. And this Is the man to whom tho Horn Id would havo us bow for Instructions so thnt wo might vote Intelligently. tor stand within the four walls of our templo of Justlco and proclaim me V MUNSING WEAR PERFECT FITTING UNION SUITS V More Than Mere Underwear Munsingwear is underwear plus. Thai's why it's called Munsingwear. Each Munsing garment that conies 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-ability, w.rru .i'h ' !ii 0 For each dollar you spend you get your money's worth of Munsingwear service and satisfaction plus the reputation of the makers. fAvntn .t s i WaC Munsingwear is the ideal fall and winter underclothing. Made for men, women and children in all sizes. Munsingwear is 100 per cent right. Try a suit and see. to-da- Carson (L Co. i Jt Hartford, Kentucky. ar pure-in-hea- -- paid-in-advan- ce - President Wilson has recovered sufficiently to be able to bo propped up in bed to dictate and sign a mes-nag- e to Congress, vetoing it's action Jn passing the prohibition measure Dry Democrats and thoso religiously inclined will please take notice. i Republicans The Log Cabin ?:r.r -- v4 v MM Rally Round Mr", i QI It is said that every saloon in Louisville, has Morrow's picture prominently displayed Hartford Herald, of Wednesday. Who said it? The Hartford Herald, and tho Herald knows that thero Is not a saloon In Louisville. Another way to undertake to besmirch a man and hU j"H"d name. wt 1 ' x. -- rr . . ' v v. '.. ; S. ... l ,,v- - vs. . pf, StfvW u. K' WL.rWiii. :.py; "' If there's a bit of politics in the Republican this week charge it up to David. Not tho David who was the youngest son of Jesse, neither was he born at Bethlehem, but sprang from around Calhoun. Republican could Hat en to thnt speech without having a kick put into him. dog-fenn- a J tho lowly No Get The Vote Out ' t h Minrnmtoiw Right The Wrong Of 1915 4-- Congrossmnn Klncheloe devoted an 2C minifies to praNIng tho Wilson Hund-niadand piaco tnaty and so called lenguo of Nations, about twenty minutes to call-ju- g Hd Morrow several different kinds liour and W'l!-uo- n, o Vote the Straight Republican Ticket Our Standard Bearer Easy to carry; invert the foot rails and use them as carnere. Heat the whole house by attaching a pipe to the large double heater collar and conduct as much heat as desired to upper rooms. Surface ground ash door and draft slide make an airtight door, the joints are ground to fit within of an inch. The draft slide lever works smoothly and perfectly The ash pit surface is ground. The door and pit are clamped together and drilled m utrs when rlnm.in.,i arfd locked Moore's Heater is both air and water- tight. Nickel parts are beautiful and elaborate Send your orders to us. We can make prompt t. 1-1- Moore's Airtight Heater - Air-Tig- ht , shin-men- Election Tuesday, Nov. FordsYille Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY Attention, Men! The identification mark of good hats ... .. Capt E. L. Hnrnctt, after a long Mr. S. M. Dexter, of Conlcrtown, went to Cnrlo, 111., Vcdncsdny on term with the mllltnry forces of Undo Sam, has been released. Capt. Harbusiness. nett arrived at tho home of his mothWo havo ryo nnd timothy need In er yestcrdny afternoon. , ' abundance W. K. ELLIS & BItO. Mr. It. II. Martin, of Cromwell ed IDEAL THEATER BEAVER DAM, KY. Is looking for sonic lino weather nnd roads to close out the fall, nnd thoy lmo arranged for some great entertainments that everybody will do well to see. . finely-mad- e tho Morrow speaking nt Fords-vlll- o Mondny, and in order to put in Cnpt. John G. Kcown, with tho J !. disc Co., of Kvnnsvlllc, lnd., was n full day, stopped over here that night to hoar King Swope. hero last week-enI am expecting to Icavo in a fow Messrs. B. G. Darrass and Otto C. Martin attended tho Morrow speaking days for nn Indcflnlto stny. Pnrtles Indebted to mo will please settle with nt FonlHvlllo, Mondny. Miss Llllic Uurton, nt my office. Dr. E. W. FOKD. Mr. C. n. Howard, with Hond Bros., 17-Decntur, Alo., spent a few days here Mr. F. M. Crowder, of Select, is with his family, recently. seriously 111 nnd not expected to re Separators, cover. Mr. Crowder hnd n severe 1'ItIMHOSB Cream case of Influenza last winter and hns guaranteed to do tho work. & into. w. k. been In poor health since. igu 3t manly in fashion. Nowhere will you find more quality, better style. "'VSHv, . Rothschild Saturday, November WALLACE REID 1, 1919 Star Hats See the many new 6tylea nnd colors; all first quality. You can't but like them. They're most desirable to buy and wear. TWF tea Ibn "The Roaring Road" Wallace is an niitn salesman. He speeds nnd gets jailed, gets out nnd races fast, railroad trains and gets there first. Would ou like ,, to sec it? Also ellis ALL TIIIO NKW ONUS ALL THE TLM1-- : Trice fjmmL $3.50, $4 and $5 Miss Elizabeth Mooro entertained Deputy Sheriff. H. C. Crowder was called to tho bedside of his father, Mrs. Lola F. Eastman, Stnto of tho Woman's Deneflt Asnear Select Wednesday. sociation of the Maccabees, at 12 J ml go W. II. Unrnes went to Carlo, o'clock dinner In her home, last Sun111., Wednesday on legal business. Ho day. ' will likely return today. Mr. S. P. Lnckllghter, of Indlnna-poll- s, lnd., delivered and .address at Miss Houlnh Moore, who Is teach ing at Point Pleasnnt, spent the week tho Court House Wednesday night, to a smnll'nudlcnce, in tho interest end Avith her motheri here. prohibition ot the Stato-wld- e For the best lunch on tho shortest notice go to tho Restaurant of CASEIJIEIt & TAYLOn. Rev. W. It. Oldham is conducting 17t3 a series of meetings at the Narrows ltlchard Williamson, a student in Uaptlst church, commencing Monday tho High School hero, spent the wcek- - night. Mr. G. P. Jones, of Washington, is Choir Leader. ond at his home near Wysox. Com-mandor A Sunshine You know wlint these nrc. go seo it, we'll bo full. 2-R- eel Comedy If you know nnytldnj better for 15c Monday, November 3, 1919 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS "His Majesty, The American" Douglas Fairbanks Is recognized as the greatest entertainer on tho screen and do you know that tills in his latest production, nnd given up to lie his very licst? He, with Chnrllo Chaplain, Mnry PIckford nnd 1). W. Grllllth havo started a new producing; compnny, and this It is Just now stnrtcd in the big cities. Wo is tho first production. paid a big price for it because nil of our patrons clamor for and this being tho best season of the jcar wc wanted to f?ho them nil nn opportunity to sec it. There is nothing greater wo enn offer you. Don't deprive nny member of your family of tills great treat. 8 reels 20c. Fail-banks', lvVwfvw;!illHHAIII 2k$R&CK THE UNIVE'RsXl CAB Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars now in use, about sixty percent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one thing has brdught to the farn so, much of comfort and profit as, has the Ford car. It has enlarged the social life, doubled the facilities for marketing, brought the town next door to the farm, multiplied for the farmer the pleasures of living. A family car without an equal in low cost of operation and maintenance. We solicit your, order for one now because the demand is large and continually increasinR. K. 1 Itcv.'s B. F. Atkinson and Do not purchase a buggy until you Handy closed d "successful revival havo seen us. Can snve you money. meeting at Narrows, last week. Then, ACTON I3IU)S. 1G13 were 14 conversions and 8 addition? Monday, Nov . to the church. Mr. G. P. Jones conAt the Ideal Theater 3rd., you will see tho best pictures ducted song services. Douglas Fairbanks ever produced. Kami For Sale About 8G acres, good miles south-eaHelen .Iglehenrt and son improvements, Mrs. ' Clnrence, of near town, are visltln; of Beaver Dam, close to schoolhouso 'friends and relatives in Owcnsboro and church. W. A. HOCKER, 18t4p Beaver Dam, Ky. E. S. Howard, who went to Mrs. Louisville, some time ago for treatRev. and Mrs. E. W. Smith and ment, is reported to bo doing nicely. small son, left here Monday, for Ca We can furnish you with tho fam- dis, where they will remain until ous, OWENSUOKO WAGONS, any Thursday, when Rev. Smith will perform a marriage ceremony in a pubtime you need one. lic wedding at the M. E. Ch. S., at ACTON BROS. lGt3 that place. Miss Cllfflo Felix, who U a teachMr. E. P. Thomas and Mrs. E. G er in the Hockport Graded school week-en- d spent the here with her Schroeter went to Falmouth Sunday where they will visit Mr. and Mrs V mother. .Martin Thomas for a few days, from there to Louisville, for Messrs. Walter Wedding and Walter rosterJiave returned from Akron. a few days visit wither, and Mrs. Ohio, where they had been for sever-'a- l J. P. Thomas. weeks. All the Joy out of jjfe? Feeling blue and gloomy? Everything seem It Is reported that the Red Cross Nurse to bo sent bore, to have charge to bo going wrong? See Douglas picture of of the class In training will arrive Fairbanks In his big now Laughter, Lovo and Happiness, SurSaturday. IDEAL THEA prises and Thrills. Saxaphono Orches TER, Nov., 3rd, 1919. The Blnksmoro tra, of Hopklnsvllle, has been procur FINE HEREFORD CATTLE for ed to furnish music for tho Hal- Sale Ono, coming two year old bull, low'een Hall. Will 20 head of cows and heifers. sell one or all. Homo 'phone, CumMr. M. B. Barnard, after spending . a week or ten days on his farm ncr berland near. BELL & TICHENOR, town, returned to his home in Missis Hartford, Ky. 15tf Klppl, Sunday. 3i st Thursday, November 6, 1919 . WM. S.HART y "Breed Of Men" Wo need not comment on Dill llnrt. This Is one of his real westerns. Also Fatty Arbucklo In "The Other Man." Oh, boy, come early, or stand for 15c. Saturday, November 8, 1919 WALLACE REID -i-ix ' i "The Man From Funeral Ranged This Is n screen adaptation ot tho play, "Broken Threads.". .It shows how an unscrupulous Inwjer will work to sentence nn man and how the law can bo iniido to work .an awful injustice. This is a great western phiy with Wallace Reld at his best. Sunshine comedies. All for 15c. Also ono of Vox's " iit PrQSIcm V 0A Mi Soft drinks? Yes, wo have tho sort that will 'drown your thirst and revive your waning spirits. 17t3 CASEBIER & MULKS WANTED. COMFCiHr KAHNKS & ItltO., Beavor Dam, Ky, .. &' St?Tri'LTrTV--CTL &L& The Hartford ta"ICJJ -- a "w 1HSfc !" - years old, fifteen to sixteen hands 1, has high. Mr. Joo Hngorman, of Kouto VIC ROBERTSON, residence purchased the Bradley, Hardlnsburg. Kentucky. move on Frederlca Street, and will . ma hero nt dn early date. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. If you want to bo a lawabldlng cit If you want to boo something out izen, come and give us a list of your ot tho ordinary In moving pictures axable property between now and the come to the IDEAL THEATER, eBa-v- er 1st of November. Dam, Monday NoV. 3rd. D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r., Ohio Co. The High School was dismissed m by tho Principal, and brought down BARRED ItOCKS & DUIIOCS. in a body to bo present at tho Dave Ktncheloo Democratic speaking. Twenty-fiv- e barred rock cockerels weighing from 4 to C pounds, ready Sco Douglas Fairbanks In his lates for servlco by Jan. 1st, at bargains and best production, "His Majesty the If taken now. These birds may be come to tho IDEAL THEATER, Bea- had now for from $1.00 to $3.00, but ver Dam, Monday, November 3rd. after Jan. 1, will bo from 2.(r0 to G I will bo in Hartford next Monday Nov. 3rd., to bry fnt mules from 4 to TAYLOR. pELUSIVEr- QJUJVEIT& SPllnni mm You can't afford to miss seeing our stoves and get our prices before you buy. We buy in i Stoves, and Ranges when bought Six flno Duroc pigs, 2V6 months by tho carload can be sold cheaper old, eligible 'to register, at bargains OCTOBER 31 than when bought by tho small. Try If taken now. They are Defenders FRIDAY Mr. C. L, Taylor, ot Groonvllle, us.. and farrowed by a mother that prowas in Hartford, Sunday. ACTON, BROS. 6t3 duced 31 pigs at two farrows. JNO. B. WILSON, Big Shows at the Ideal Theater, Thoso lunches and quick-servic- e Hartford, Ky. I meals served by CASEBIER & TAY Heaver Dam, Ky., Read their Ad. ma LOR will bring you oacK. i ney uro Hold on to ypur feet when you Smilrn Wlnsnn Smith, of Select. hard to forgot and a Joy while they are tempted to forsake the path of right and duty. wob here Monday to'attend the speuk. last! v Ing of Chicken Grit X 100 pounds On Halloween Nito Whon you havo seen, "HIS MAJES 1J1,.W X (or Ideal Twill be a Danco . Miss Lourono Collins, ot Green- - TY THE AMERICAN," at the Nota. Fight. Thoator, Beaver Dam, Nov. 3rd., you lite, spent Sunday with hor parents. WILLIAMS & DUKE It'll bo at tho Rink will say It i sDouglas Fairbanks' best ' hero. HAUTKOKD, KY. You'll como production. Don't you think? $ Blackman's Medicated Sitlt Bricks, Wo are so excited Wo have just received our winter for stock. That you aro all Invited. stoves. Seo them. We also ask you W. E. ELLIS & BRO. lGt4 NEWS PERSONAL to examine tho rust proof, vitreous . The Dancers to gain admittance Ranges must bo masked. The Gentlemen AND SOCIAL EVENTS A carload of heaters, ranges and enameled, malleable Monarch Dancers will bo charged only enough your on display hero. cook-stovfrom which to inako to pay expenses. There will be a WILLIAMS & SONS, J. D. I We pay cash every day for ejJsa nnd selection at charge of 25c plus war tax for all Beaver Dam, Ky. ACTON BROS, 16t3 W. E. ELLIS & URO. poultry. Republican Mr. W. H. Maddox, ot Rockport, , was In Hartford, Monday. $G.00. CAR LOAD LOTS Which places our entire line on our floor at the lowSo if you will compare our est possible cost. AND VALUES, with those offered by other PRICES dealers you will find our line a money saving one to you. j Our Saturday I Leader ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Music by a good Saxa- JOHN WHITE 4 Cfc spectators. LVUMVIkLE, phono Trio. There will bo a box of candy given to the best masked Lady Liberal aMortmaM to ana tun vaiue and'a carton ot cigarettes given the" best Masked Qentloman. I. S. Lady Dancers pieaso urine Hhtaa an4 lunch, (lly request of L. T. HILKV.) Value I t BcfiflQdKaff :::furs ; ,Mt ovvi rflFagF 'fT &H0M"M,,!lWi!!P,i"5.' ",wit,'?"!'r'u' l1)l'p"ryffTW""1,'"' tyl'''fTEPW''1"'Wyl " Inlng nt n Rum on the south sldo of I1H3A8 OF IXMIIKIMACKK SHUT CAMPS the Hty'tford and Lcltchficld road; tlicnco cast with said road to a stone nliout 10 feet from J. I). Clnrk's or- Prlnco Riiport, 11. C, Oct. 25. chard fence; thence nhout north to a CIKCU1T COU11T. HKAVKIt DAM. (lone are tho days of the stono In the third hollow from tho Judge 11. W. Slack, Owenshoro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. loned liimhcrjnck. II. HIRRlnn. Unrtfonl nnil Lpltchficlil roail ; tlicnco Coiu'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClerk II. W. King. one of the oldest ,oBB.nB operator, In ' hence''" to' t.To ford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. iiruisii Luiuniiiin, uns cioscii uown in beginning, containing 2o acres, more Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Marshal It. F. Stovcns. camp nt Thompson Sound because of "r less. Deed of record In deed hook Muster Copiinlsxloiicr Otto C. Mard Ideas that have turn- - H9' ,,aB 47r'' 0,,, County Clerk's of. tho FOHDSVIMiK. tin, Hartford. cd ancient tradition topsy-turv- y The purchnsor will ho required to Trustee-- ilury Fund Cal P. Keowu, V. It. Jones. Ch'm'n. Hoard among his work-meexecuto honds immeiijntely after sale Clerk Olla Cobb. Hnrtford. liun-,w"- n to ho npproved by tho "fcnrlty "What do you supposo those Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslngor. nor, her Jacks of mine wanted?" ho s.,1,1 "iiiunissii In 0 pnyanio in equal 1st Monday In March 13 days nmonnts and 12 months, bear Com'th. nnd Civil. Marshnl Grant Pollard. "They had as good gmh and bunk- - ing interest nt tlto rate or 6 per cent May 12 dayi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. houses as there arc In British Colum- per nnninn from date until paid, to 1st Monday In County Board of Education. bia, but that wasn't enough. They have tho forco and effect of n Judg- 1st Monday In July 12 days ment and n Hen will bo retained on Com'th. nnd Civil. sent n delegation to wait on me. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. the land herein sold ns additional se- 3d Mondny In September 12 days " 'The men nro dissatisfied, said curity. Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Civil. Given under my hand this tho 14th ford, Ky. 'You see this Is the tho spokesman. 4 th Monday In November 11 days W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, V day of October. 1019. Div. No. new era for the working men. OTTO C. MAKTIN. Com'th. and Civil. i Ky. ain't got no kick on the grub, but Master Coni'r., Ohio Circuit Court. we don't like our quarters.' Div. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUIIT. J. S. Olenn, and M. L. Heavrln, "What do you want changed?" Meets first Monday In each month Ky. says I. Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Itoslno, Judge Mnck Cook. " 'Well, says he. 'Wo think we MAKTKIt CO.MMISSIONKlt'S SAUK, Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Div. No. 6 Otis II. Stevens, Beavought to have shower and plunge Clerk W. C. Blnnkenahlp. ' Ohio Circuit Court. er Dam, Ky. baths, brass bedsteads, box springs Xellio T. Ashby, et nl., Plaintiffs. Sheriff S. A. Brntcher. Vs. Notice of sale. Div. No. 6 Nat LI ml ley, Center-towand hair mattresses to sleep on.' Superintendent E. S. Howard. Frank Tlchenor, et al., Defendants. Ky. "Anything else,?" I asks. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. Ily of a nnd or" 'Yes, says he. 'There's one oth- der of virtueentered JudgmentSeptember Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday Id Tax Commissioner salo at tho D. E. 'Ward. Fobrunry; 1ft Monday In April; lit er thing. 'We feel that In this new-er- term ,1919 ,of tho Ohio Circuit Court, Surveyor C. S. Mozley. In tho above styled action, directing Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny In Auwe ought to have a chango of bed Coroner E. P. Hodgers. mo to sell the hereinafter described gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st sheets every day.' land, for tho purpose of paying the FISCAIi COURT. Monday in December. "That settled It," concluded Mr. cost of tho above styled action togethCounty Board of Exnmlncrs 1919 Hlgglns. "I might have stood for the er with the cost of this snle, nnd diMeets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, and tho brass bed- viding tho remainder of tho proceeds October. shower baths among the parties entitled I W. S. Hill. steads, but the fresh sheets every day will offer for sale nt public thereto, to 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, outcry were tho Inst straw. I closed down the highest and best bidder, nt the Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Boute 3. my camp on tho spot and It'll stay Court Houso door in Hartford, Ohio 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear diploma examination. Hartford, County. Ky., on November 3, 1919, I omwP'i closed down until those Iumber-jnck- s Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. at about tho hour of one o'clock P. M cine back to horse sense." May, 9 nnd 10 Common school (it being regular court day.) upon a 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. credit of six nnd twelve months, the 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- - Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. Surgeons agree that In cases of following described real cstnto. situat town. May 1G nnd 17 County tenchors' cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds tho ed nnd being In Ohio County, Ky and 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow(White) Hnrtford. examination. hounded ns follows: llrst treatment is most important. Heglnnlng nt three hickories and May, 23 nnd 21 County teachers' when an efficient antiseptic is applied !iycamoro at tho mouth of a gut on tho tlth District W. S. Dean. Dundee. examination (colored) Hnrtford. promptly, there is no danger of in- - bank of Green Itiver; thence S. SO E. 7th District B. F. nice, Fordsvlllo. June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stato "s I,oIcs Ifection and the wound begli ns to heal hickory to a gum, In black oak and 8th District B. C. Bhoades, HnrtHayes' standing line; teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsonce. For use on man or ocast. tllellco Ni 52 K 74 0es wtn Miller's at ford, Route 5. vlllo. Dorozono Is the ideal antiseptic and line to two dogwoods, two white oaks Juno, 27 and 2S County nnd HARTFORD. healing ngent. Buy It now and bo and two poplars; thenco N. 2C W. S2 state teachers' examination (colored) poles to a gum, a white oak nnd Mayor. J. E. Bean. ready for an emergency. Prlco 2.'c. beech: thence S. SO W. 112 poles to Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. 50c, $1.00. and $1.50. Sold by Ohio two elms and two sycamores on the July, Ohio County Institute. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. m bank of Green Illver; thence up Green County Drug Co. Hnrtford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. River to tho beginning, containing 100 acres. Sept., 19 and 20 County and SCIENTISTS PliAX WOUlf The purchaser will- - be required to KOCKPOKT. State teachers' examination, (whlto) WIIEKK MKTKOUITE FKIX execute bonds with security to be Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. approved. by the Commissioner, payaClerk Runhlng Hunt. Sept 2C nnd 27 County nnd State ble in equal amounts in six and Baltimore, Md., Oct. 23. Under tw'elve months, bearing Interest at Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. eachers' examination (colored) auspices of the Maryland Acad-)em- y tho rate of 0 per cent per annum ithe Marshal Will Langford. of Sciences an expedition is be-- I from date until paid. A lieu will be ing organized to explore the region retained on the land sold as addition157 security. 'near Garfield, Utah, where a great al Given under my hand this the 14th WILL iV 'meteorite fell. John Patten, inventor day of October, 1319., TAKE Nicholas, "OTTO C. MARTIN, using every means in their and engineer, and Professor WILLIAMS MAY LOSE friend, to prolong Maryland Academy, Master Comni'r., Ohio Circuit Court. power 'i his life, but John curator of the John T. Bono, Attorney. .rL.2? expedition. finally died. Before dying he resign- will be included in tho Senate Ciiimiiittt'i Itcporls For Itojeo ed all to the devil. John had many Mr. Patten owns tho land on which A Treafrcenl (ion Of Comptroller. i frlonrla In Tnn, lavlrnn l .Kill ntiia o tho inetorlte fell, having acquired of keeping it in (or WEAK peclally dear ones at Harrisburg, who lt for tl,e 'n,r',osu ? tact for scientific Investigation "Washington. Oct. 25. By a vote will mourn his loss like a brother. i LUNGS or of 9 to 7, the Senate Banking Com- He had several brothers who died 'There are about thirty witnesses to CONSUMPTION Mini ,i.,,. Ti.,n xvillt,iti null; ufeu, luiiuci i,.., .uuillUi t.- - tile Ian oi me meteor, say wiiih.'. iiswuj . v.fiiiiiii., iiii.il ii.ji:i.uuu owiuu ,i. It "They of the nomination of John Skelton sas, West Virginia. Georgia, 'Arizona, feasor Nicholas. to be comptroller of cur- - District of Columbia and others, who leared to them as a ball of fire the . A quick relief (or thai lited, rundown (eellnc. It struck tho.earth couchs, paina In elicit, nlchl twcalf. bemor ,Ueil from thls samo tirea(i disease, size of the sun. rency. lhacet, weak lunif or contumpllon. It it dot Republican members of the He made a hard fight ncar Garfield, and an explosion like ' not help yon II coata you oolhint. f a terrific clap of thunder followed." A Safe, rnittee voted solidly against confinna- - against the disease, but died hard. Inuin ucniPAi on lock no eio UH'I ITILUIUrtL UUi COLUMBU4 O. tion and Democrats for it. The noni- His death has stirred the nation as Remedy for Worms Ination will be reported out Immedi- - no other great man for some time. if your child starts In its sleep, SeTcntj-flrrtnr' contlnn ately, and in view of the strict party Tho old home with the crepe on the grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks nun ue l the ttt U.tlmonltl rilKY'S VKllMlHKIKcau offer division which Democratic leaders door is so lonely that his children at the nose, has a bad breath, ficklo you. Many thousands of Krrpa bittlr lwj on hml. had hoped to avoid, Republicans said and friends are weeping with great appetite, pale complexion, and durk 11 will hrlp keep tlio tittle ooe women suffering from S3 tutppjand hraUhy. the Senate would refuse to confirm, (sorrow. eyes; it has worms; rings under tho womanly trouble, have 23c. a bottle at jour or central tore; or It Mr. William's nomination has been John ruined many homes, poisoned ami as i,,B as they remain In the n been benefited by the use your dealer can't aupplj rot, controversy for nearly a year. I lav- -, many minds, blighted characters, and te.stlnes. that child will be sickly, end hu name and 2Sc. In ataim of Cardui, the woman's and we'll tend jeu a boltla ing failed of confirmation during tho damned souls. "The fool said In his 'white's Cream Vermifuge clears out H tonic, according to letters promptly. Succeed when everything else fails. I we receive, similar to this last Congress, it has been under flro!neart: "There is no God." 't,0 worms, strengthens the stomnch E. & S. FREY in nervous prostration ana ftmalc I one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, The funeral will tnke place Jan 1G. jan,i bowels and puts the llttlo one on Bince the recess appointment was BALTIMORE MD. ofHayne, N.C. "Icoujd 1920.. Many places of business will the road to health and cheerfulness. made. remedy, at thousands have testified. not stand on my feet, and Extensive hearings were held by."0 closed in His honor. His remains prC0 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio FOR KIDNY,LIVERAND ust suffered terribly,"-chm the committee on charges against Mr. win ,,u buriedJnMemory cemetery, County Drug Company. STOMACH TROUBLE says. "As my sufru ne win sieep unui mo resur- it is the be&t medicine ever cold Williams or persecution of the Rlcgs , fering was so great, and over a druegis-'- s counter. National Bank of this city and Im- rectlon morning, when ho will hear 'kxi-'ORCSCHOOL LAW he had lried other remethe doleful, denunciaton: "Depart proper official conduct in connection I.V PULASKI COUNTY had us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began with tho Union Savings Bank of from Me, yo cursed, into everlustlng i .. improving, and it cured Washington and a bank at Union- - "re- - Ppareti ior tne devil and ills Somerset, Ky.. Oct. 25. The local V WhcroBho ....... - lnnirolL -. K'ltwlli uum. fln...n.. f nnitt me. I know, and my town, com " authorities are enforcing tlio .ir. wuiiams presented ,"'gets her doctor knows, what Carmany witnesses and documentary evi- hiuiueu rainier. good looks, jpulsory school law In Pulaski county. dui did for me, for my dence to refute tho charges and exWarrants have been taken out for her heal -nerves and health were pressed the conviction that be had' EGG-A-DA- Y thy skin, HEN TONIC I1""10 llmn twenty derelict parents. about gone," completely exonerated himself. land on a trial today In tho County her pink Y' checks, is Al'G joui hpns a invhifr'Court ...threo l,are"t8 wero Blven tho TAKE ,....,, ffcKSONAL HYC1EWE t fI and known to Dissolved In water for douche ttopr a proposition .' Eggs are highevery ono, pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflamI you who have torpid liver, weak mation. Recommended by Lydia E. becauso it is apparent that it is er today than ever before in All rmkham Med. Co. for ten yeara. digestion or constipated bowels look For Infants and Children not due to cosmetics, paint and AhcalinjTwonJer for ruwul catarrh, the history of the country. out for chills. Tho season Is horo ore throat and lore eye Economical. In Use For Over powder. But the true womanly Years They will bring a better price nnd tho air is full of tho disease Always bears beauty comes from good health, gorins. Tho best thing to do is to get ThP.,lcnTuartCwnr. I Woo. this winter. Signature ef and this good health is a woman's your liver in good condition and puriIt pays big dividends to fy tho stomach nnd bowels. Herbluo secret. keep them in first class con- is tho right remedy, it answers tho Health comes with good phys She writes further; " I OBITUARY OF J. BARLEYCORN Prlco 00c. Sold piirposo completely. dition. am In splendid health . . . ical machinery and good spirits, by Ohio County Drug Co. m can do my work. I feel I By A. S. Wahl. See that they have one an active digestion. A body frco I owe it to Cardui, for I was Canton, Pa. from pains and aches comes with of Egg-a-Da-y MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in dreadful condition." John, fcon of William and Sarah a tonic known for over fifty years If you are nervous, runBarleycorn was horn in the old coun- Hen Tonic mixed with their Ohio Circuit Court. as the best "lemperanco" tonic down and weak, or suffer try many years ago, and died in tho feed three times a week Peoples' Saving Bank, ot al., Plaintiffs and from headache, backache, nnd nervine for woman namely, United States of America, Jan 1G, vs. Notice of Salo. watch results. etc., every month, try L. T. Wright, et al., Defendants. 1919. at midnight. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. By virtu ro of a Judgment nnd or Cardui. Thousands of Ho was married to Miss Brewery For sale by It can be obtained in any drug dor of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court women praise this mediabout one hundred years ago. To A. C. Leach, Roslne, Ky. rondored in tho above styled action store in liquid or tablet form, or cine for the good it has this union several million children C. E. Crowdor, Horton, Ky. at tho September, 1919 torm, direct Tccl right nil tho time. Don't lay ofl send lOo to Dr. Picrco Invalids' done them, and many ing mo as commissioner of said court, were born, many thousands now in A. W. Willis, Hartford. It. 1. from work for days by tnkinjr calomel physicians who have used ll to the herolnaftor described Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. the penitentiaries, prisons, almswhen pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x A. W. Mldkiff, Sulphur Springs. keena yoa land, tho former purchaser, Gilbert Cardui successfully witfi onyourfuot, while rclicvingyourtrouh. C houses nnd hospitals for tho insane ' C. King, n'undee. Wright, having refused to oxecuto Cleansing of tho intcstiual tract Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont their women patients, for throughout tho country. Peter Crowdor, Sunnydalo. bond, 1 will offer for salo nt public years, endorse this mediis important. Take castor oil or tako anything else. You can't afford outcry to tho highest and host bidHis sickness was of short duration, F. Rcnfrow & Co., Narrows. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bv cine. Think what it means the Court select a vegetable pill. Such a tern nnd relieves constipation. . A nat-urns his condition did not become Laws & Harrison, Narrows, It. 1. der, ntKentucky, Houso door, In Hart-toron Monday, Novemto be in splendid health, remedy, natural in its actions, sure alarming until September 23, last L. C. Morton & Son, Contertown. one is composed of May-appl- e, ber :), 1U19. nt about tho hour of ono like Mrs. Spell. Give in its effect nnd certain in results, II W year. Walluco & Porter, Cromwell. o'clock P. M. ( It being tho first day leaves of aloe, root of jdlap, and won't bo long beforo Cardui a trial. Two hundred and flvo specialism Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. of tho regular term of the Ohio Couu-- y completely displaco calomel in ever pelmade into tiny sugar-coate- d Court) on a credit of six and twelve of the nutlon gathored to hold a Children can tako it freely un i All months, tho following described lets, to bo had at every drug store homci With perfect safety. Every bottloiruar. consultation, 171,deolded that thoro property, situated and being in Ohio as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. nnteed. 60c nnd SI in bottles, Non J 72 was no hope for him, .14 holding out County, Kentucky, and bounded an cenuinp without tho likeness nnd siirr tollows: thnj. th oaie was not fatal. The 34 FOR FLETCHER'? turooL. K. Grigsby, For sale by V On tho waters of Elm Lick Crook, jpeciulliu worked hard for their old Hartford Ilcxmblicau, 1.50 per year i. U, WlLLUm, . liArtlor ' owned by Albert Wright, and betjla- NKW-l-UXflliK- I) DIRECTORY WR1GLEYS 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! c a package old-fas- gU U'" new-fangle- n. 20. n, a if n. I I I ! I ' v. LV wCss freyS rfiS sa Mothers use YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY n,,,in,i ,.ii ', .,, J Health About Gone Veiiufuge aamamV' I FOR ONE MONTH i M dmc-(lit'- a In-I- Oeetne Bitters A k a. '"., ... BEAUTY SECRETS! J nuni. M ... I CASTOR tf A rJ" 30 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic (&t&jf7!gfc SJ-a- 3. MV USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. re-so- d, al Ohildren Ory CASTO R A Druggists '4 tt nm i "ff tr - -- - - FARM DEPARTMENT. Should Know Vitluo of UN Timber Lack of fnnilllurlty with the business of tlmliur selling usually puts tho owner of it Hinnll woodland nt u mid In many regions ma tcrl.il from tho worn! lot In sold for considerably loss than Its renl vnluo. The loss to tho fnniiors Ih, In tho vory lnrgo. In order to stop tills loss, II Ih necessary Hint the Turin or inform himself iihout tho differ cut kinds of grades of wood-lo- t products, tho methods of estimating mid measuring thorn and ascertaining their valno, tho methods of selling, the markets, and tho current market prices. Especially does ho need Information nliout tho amount and real vnlne of his standing timber and the locution of good markets, farmers' ltullctln 715, which may ho had free, contains detailed Information on thee points. I'm mVi s rc-lln- hl to Inedible ninttcr, such ns skins, roots nnd seeds. Thoro Is also a uasto of good material which is caused by careless preparation. The amount of refuse varies greatly In different vegetables. Ifi string beans 7 per ceilt Is lost n, in preparing thcin; in anions, leeks nnd lettuco, 10 to 15 per cent Is lost, while beans In the pod, pumpkins, nnd squash lose CO cent. With tubers, such as potatoes, tho nverngo amount of refuse Is 20 per cent, and with roots like turnips, SO per cent. In preparing vegetables for tho table tho careful cook will rcinovo all Inedible portions and will sco to It that tho total amount of rcfuso Is as small ns is consistent with thorough preparation. Thin paring of potatoes and other vegetables Is un economy that Is worth whllo to prnctlce and Is an easy way to decrease loss. cab-bng- c '), A gnirtt bread flour should bo very More Anil Heller rattle Needed In line. When rubbed between the fin1'nlleil Sliiles gers It should feel slightly granular. m That tho United States can best If pressed In the hahd, It should full p to Will Vou Spend ."Oc On meet the changed world conditions npart easily. Save 9100? with respect to the dairy cattlo IndusOne 50c pkg., can kill 50 rats. Tho try by simultaneously lucicnslng bulb Succulence for Slock I'mm, Sorghum average rat will rob you ot $10 a the number and iiuallty of Its cattle, Sllnge. Is a conclulon of particular InterSorghum sllnge, according to Uni- year In feed, chicks and property deP is deadly to con- ted States Department est to sellers fo dairy products of Agricul struction. tained In Circular No. 7, entitled, ture specialists, promises to become ruts. Cremates after killing. Leaves "Trend of tho Dairy Cattlo Industry a champion ylelder of winter succu- no smell. Comes In cakes. Rain In tho United Status and Other Counlence, not only for dnlry cows but will pass up meat, grain, cheese to Three sizes, 25c, tries," Just issued by tho United for other live stock which lellsh feast on Department of Agriculture. It canned crops. Unfortunately, when 50c, $1.00. States Sold nnd guaranteed by J. F. Case- also urges constant attention to econ- sorghum was first used for sllnge omy of production and the mainte- purposes many growers cut the sor- - bler, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug nance of cattlo raising and dairying phiim too early, so Hint when the ma- Store, Williams & Duke, and Walker ki in conjunction with general farming, terial was removed from the silo for Myrtle. . feeding It was sour and acid, nnd live thus reducing tho dependence on feeds. stock i ejected It. As n result, sor- IMIEACII SKHMOXS IX I'LAIX ENGLISH, ADVISES IWSTOIt Tho general trend of cattlo develop- ghum gained an evil reputation, alment, the bulletin points out, is though experiments have demonstratClarksburg, W. Va., Oct. 25. First, work animals; next, raising ed that It is ono of the most ndmlr commercial beef; next, com- jablo crop.s for ensilage purposes that Preach your sermons in plainer An cattle for mercial dairying In addition to the can bo grown hi the Great Plains glo Saxon and outside of the church meet the man on the street In his own liuslness of meat production; and fi- region. nally tho Increasing prominence of In flvo years' experiments at Hays, terms. This was the advice given to dairying. Throughout the world tho Kans., tho average acre yield of sweet Methodist' Episcopal clergymen here cattlo Industry shows general growth, sorghums was 10. 154 tons, ns compar- by Rev. Dr. Appelton Dash, ot Pittsbut hns mnile Its greatest advanco In ed with 8.00 tons of kallr nnd 3.S tons burg. "Avoid church phrases when ad-- ! regions where pasturage and feeds of corn. In eastern Kansas, where Is 20 Inches or more, on dressing persons outside tho church," more abundant. are the rainfall Tho recent trend of cattlo develop- fertile soils sweet sorghums liavo he said. "Talk in terms that will he ment Indicates that beef production lclded IS. 2 tons an acre, ns compared 'understood. Don't expect to Interest anil dairying are progressing, gener- with 11. SS tons of kuflr nnd 11. SI the man outside by using such phrases ally, outside of tho Immediate war tuns of corn silage. Detailed feed- las 'being born again' or 'washed in area. Countries which depend large- ing experiments have shown that the blood ot Jesus.' ly on Imported feeds appear to main- sweet sorghum sllnge Is proportiontain relatively few cattle In addition ately equal to corn and kafir silage KI.L'SIVK STREAM IS "WOHKVINfi SWISS to their dairy cows, which have grad- for cither beef production or tho i ually replaced other cattle. Dairy maintenance of stock animals, alGeneva, Oct., 25. Tho vagaries of cows have shown less flunctiintlon in though for dairy cows this variety of number than total cnttle. This con- ensilage Is less productivo because an Alphlne stream in the Engadlne are causing great anxiety to the indition Is noteworthy throughout the of Its low content of protein. habitants of several villages and the Including vorld over long periods, Aridity Is I.oiv. tourist resort ot Bergucn. as disease, conditions such Sorghum silage should be cut "The stream has appeared suddenthought, and war. when It is mature, its ripeness being ly during the past six weeks at three denoted by the presence of hard seed table The test for ripenebs is when tho different places. In each It has cut FiniiMi Chickens With a channel around and near villages, Surroundings. seed will crack when crunched be- then disappearing as suddenly and Nothing is hotter for growing tween tho teeth. When cut at this mysteriously as It came. silage chirks than a liberal supply of sour tlmo It produces a Swiss engineers who are trying to milk. If it can be obtained, it always which keeps well and Is more keenly locate tho eluslvo current believe It should be kept beforo them in an op- i dished by cattle than corn silage. has its source in a locil lake. They en dish or pan where they can eat and Experiments 'show that tho average, liavo tried coloring the waters to drink freely. Where sour milk Is acidity of corn silage Is 2.03 per cent mako tho torrent befed, tho amount of beef scrap In tho that of sweet sorghum silage Is 1.4G tray itself. per cent nnd that of knflr silngc is dry mash nuiy bo reduced one-hal- f. The danger h that if :he waters Plenty of fresh, clean water Is ab- 1.43 per cent. collect under the mountain a lana solutely necessary for nil growing Tho United Stntes Department of slide may ensue An avalanche of chicks. In hot weather, it should bo Agricultiiro does not advocate tho boulders and water caused In the given twice daily and put into foun growing of sorghum for stingo in spe- samo way, destroyed a v.olo vl'laga localities, in 1S92. tains or dishes and placed In tho cialized shade so as to keep as cool as pos- such as Illinois nnd town. However, o-sible. Clean tho water dish thor- the utilization of sorghum as sllnge oughly each day beforo filling. is recommended In the Great Plains 71)0 AUTOS STOLKX IN FIVE MONTHS IS ITtlSCO RECORD nbundanco of free range with section, nnd also In tho Southeastern An plenty of shado Is necessary If chicks States, whero this cano crop will pro-duSan Francisco, Oct. 25. Flvo milgreater yields and better ensiaro to grow rupldly and develop Into lion dollars In stolen automobiles Is vigorous fowls. Growing chicks Mint lage than will corn. In enso a dnlry farmer wishes to the record of this city for tho first have freo rango obtain quantities of green feed, bugs, worms, nnd iithor raise an. ensilage of practically balanc- flvo months of tho present year. things, thoirforo requiring less grain ed composition assuming that his Theso nro figures compiled by the nnd thoy n- -i also less Halite to sick- locntlon Is in a territory whero both nutomobllo organizations. Seven hundred cars woro taken. ness or disease. Olvo your chicks these crops may bo profitably producTheso a mixture of velvet benns nnd Hut 115 were not recovered. ed free range whenover possible. sorghum Is very satisfactory. This latter ropresont $75,000. Profsslon-a- l thloves took 15 per cent ot the combination is high yielding nnd proTo get Itiil Of Hoaches. a succulent canned feed which stolon cars, while tho majority wero Roaches will not rrcquent rooms duces Joy rides or for their tires unless thoy find somo avnllablo food is very productivo of both milk nnd taken for meat. An objection to velvet bean and accessories. material. If such materials can be kept from tho living rooms nnd of- growing in combination with sorghum fices or scrupulous caro Is oxerciscd is that tho crop hns to be cut by hand, MOUNTAINS "SLIPPING," SAYS THIS PROFESSOR to seo that no such material is plac- ns It usually Is densely matted and ed In drawers wliero it can leave un twined together soNns to render imCraig, CoL, Oct. 25. Many square attractlvo odor or fragments of food, possible the use or a com binder. An Arkansas grower roports yields miles or mountains over on tho westthe roach uulsunco can bo restricted. Thorough-goin- g cleanliness will go a or from 12 to 14 tons an aero of vel- ern sldpe aro "slipping," according long way towurd provontlng serious vet bean nnd sorghum sllnge. Ordl-narl- to Pror. N. J. Morrill, or tho Colora-d- a Agricultural College and uudor Kansas conditions nnnoyanco. Professor Morrill has been watchTho most efflclont romedlcs for tho tho conditions in Kansas aro fairly control of roaches aro powders, par- typical of a largo portion of tho Great ing the phenomenon for several years, ticularly sodium fluorldo, a llborul Plains area sorghum Is ready for and says the undulating ground move- dusting or which about tho promises hurvost and ensilage about two weeks in out aggregates several foot In tho will furnish a sufflclontjuenns for tho after corn Is proporly dented, glazed, courso of a year, tho movement being elimination of tho post. Tho sodium and filled for harvest and storage la more rapid in tho spring when tho soil Is soggy and damp from the melttho silo. fluorldo should bo blown Into tho ing snows. with a dust gun or blower. Tho 4 Battling Scrub Hulls. Immedlato effoct Is to cuuso theso in"I am for tho league, of nations," sects to como out of tholr retreats and Wisconsin has been waging a puro-brc- d bull campaign In tho hopo ot a woman said, "because I am tor anyrush about more or less (blindly, showing unmlstnkablo signs of dis- banishing scrub and mougrol blres thing that will keep us from sending Ot our boys over seas again." And one comfort, to bo followed in a few from within Its boundaries. by tholr death. course, in the Hadger State, which Is ot the first proposals under tho league hours milono ot tho, leading milk, cream, but- covenant is to send Wu-st- c in Vege- ter and cheese States iu tho Union, lion American boys to Armenia for an Careful Cook Lessens there are thousands upon thousands Indefinite sta,y to protect tho Armentables. of dairy coWs and hundreds ot dairy ians against the Turks! Kansas City vegetables for tho In preparing there Is almost always a loss due sires, so that the matter or pure- - Star lint-SimHAT-SNAHAT-SNAP. pur-cliah- cd I I I ifoi fine-quali- ty hlde-and-becorn-producio co ly cro-vlces one-quart- er ta-jj- lo bred bulls Is Important. Waukesha County ono of the lending dairy communities of tho United States nnd noted particularly for Its Guernseys after a stiff fight has reduced Its mongrel bull population to 42 per cent of scrubs nnd grades, as s. compared with GS per cent of Wnl worth county has G3 per cont purebred and 47 per cent grado nnd scrub bulls, whllo Sawyer county has 52 per cent purebred, 37 per cent grade, nnd 11 per cent scrub bulls. Tho Prico county bulls nro 4 5 per cont purebred nnd 55 per cen grades and scrubs, while Sheboygan County has 37 per cent purobreds, 50 per cent grades, and 13 per cent scrubs. Wood county, with 3S per cent purbreds and C2 per cent grades, Is Just a llttlo better oft for gool bulls than Hnrron county, which owns 3T per cent purebreds, 15 per cent grado and 19 per cent scrubs.In La Crosse county tho bull census shows 30 per rent purebred, 51 per cent grade, and 15 per cent scrub sires. 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Gray, who served in the War Department throughout tho war. After describing in detail tho con Winston-Sale- m, N. C London, Oct. 25. That is tho worst of those fish stories. Somebody always comes along with a better ono. Hecently the Evening News told the V. A. D.'s story of tho frozen fish that came to life in tho cooking pot. Then a correspondent a naval officer, It should be said easily puts that to shame. "An interesting experiment was tried some little time ago," he writes to us, "with an ordinary herring. "The fish was put into a large bowl of water nnd every day a small quantity of water was removed and an equal quantity of 'fresh' water was substituted, until evcutunlly the fish lived and thrived in purely fresh water. "The owner was so pleased with tho success of his experiment that ho then tried removing a very, small quantity of water dally until the bowl was empty, and found that the herring did exceedingly well, entirely without water, and as he was so lively In tho empty bowl ho (had to put him in a cage. Ho flew from perch to perch Just like a bird, uutjl ono day somo sudden noise startled him and ho fell was into his water trough and stant and bitter struggle he had with company, in his the efforts to check gross extravagance and protect the government's interests. Major Gray testified that members of the'eompany came to Wash Martin-Rockwe- ll ington and procured his recall. "These people wero strong enough with tho War Department to have mo relieved from duty," ho said. "When I tried to put somo economy in there, I was up against it hard. When V camo to Washington, after bolng recalled, I was full of fight. I didn't propose to have any reflection on me ns a constructor or officer. I told them I would demand an investigation. I was sent back tho next day." ftma9H?tH. drownd!" nines Stuck)' ."s.iyh "itat Cost Mo $125 Kor Plumbing IJIIIs." "We couldn't tell what was clogging up our toilet and drains. Wo had to tear up floor, pipes, etc., found a rat's nest in basement. They had choked tho pipes with refuse The P plumber's bill was $125. leaned tho rodent ouf." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Caso- bler, Acton Drs., Taylor's Drue Store. Williams & Duke, aud Walker Myrtle. m . RAT-SNA- v Give the "world the once over talk. Many a man when he gets to be 40, misses something. He may have lots of money, and a fine family but He never "got out and saw tilings". After he gets settled down, it's too .1 v LISTEN, fellows, to some President Lewis ot tho Unitod Mine Workers says that tho average wages of minors is now $5 a day, but they demand $S a day for six hours' work". At tho samo ratio, a man who works 10 hours plowing a wheat field or attending a herd of cattle, to furnish the coal diggers bread and meat, ought to get about $10 a day. National Trlbuno. QUOTA ASSICJNKI). - Lako Division's mombershtp quota for tho Third Red Cross Roll Call has been set at 2,319,000, but Universal Membership is the goal. According to tho Second Roll Call returns thore are 2.34G.46G Red Cross members In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky today, Lako Division campaign teams are not, however, particularly concerned with the Third Roll Call quota except as It establishes u mark to be exceeded by as mnuy thousands us possible. , United efforts will put us again ,far "over the top." Right NOW your Uncle Sam is calling, "Shove off!" He wants men for his Navy. He's inviting you! It's the biggest chance you'll ever get to give the world the once overt Every man wants to see the world. No man likes to stand still all his life. The best time to TI2AVEL is when you're young and lively right NOW ! late. The Navy goes all over the sails the Seven Seas squints at the six continents that's its business. You stand to see more odd sights, wonderful scenery and strange people than you ever dreamed of. You'll work hard while you work. You'll play hard while you play. You'll earn and learn. You'll get, in addition to "shore-leave- ", straight vacaa tion which is more than the world 30-da- y ttiough count on. You can join for two years. When you get through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready through and for SUCCESS. average bank president can There's a Recruiting Station) right near you. If you don't: know where it is, your Postmaster wdl be glad to tell you. U. S .Navy Shove off? --Join the 1 ' w-- . " PIP 'I) n im 'MWWUPJWS L'. yPW, rl WW HWffmw '! i"wf vk y- : iyjB'; rf CLIJAIt JIUX. Wo arc having warm weather, a Igreat tlcnl of rain and hail roads for ;thls tlmo of the year. ji,ir, Thomasson, of near 11"- j Autry of Mr. !da, swas the finest Rhoads, "Monday. ' Mr. and 'Ira. L. V. Johnson wer 's icnllcd to the hedHldo of Mrs. fathor, Mr. Davo Havener, Saturday night. Hr. Havener Is stll.l : .Tolip-Von- DUKKIIUUST. Rev. Snell began a rovlval at Con cord Sunday night. t Mr. Hular Hennlng and aunt Mls Mzzlo Iloaglaml, of Clear Hun, spent from Krldny until Monday with Mr I J. T. Hoagland and family, of Fords-vlllo- . , . Misses Helen Cambron and Lnccllj Mngan, of llqcch Valley,, spent tho week-en- d with Mlssos Golda and Mnj rrltlcally Trogdon, 111 'Hanghn. at her homo here. has been very sick vi Mr. J. A. Hagcrman has sold his a week, but Is able farm to Mr. A". J. Hlnes. Mr Iiaget-mn- n be out again. 'to and family will move to Hart- ' Mr. Scott Whlttaker, who lives near place Is very low with typhoM ford. this I Miss Edna Selbert, of Hartforl. fPt0r. Mrs. Audry Rhomb has i.niid her spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss little daughter Edna 0. The tiny Myrtle Carter. little Miss arrived at tho homo of- - her J Mrs. V. K. Hardin and llttlo daughter went to EHzabethtown Sun- parents 'he 9th of tliM month. has sold his nay 10 visu relatives, Mr. A. E. Stewart property to Mr. J. G. Stewart, and j Mrs. Dug Daughn is spending the will move to Owensboro soon, where week with Mrs. Lon Ralph, at Hart-h- e will engage In tho livery business, ford. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins, or Mr. J. G. Stewart will engage in tho with Owensboro, spent tne wccK-cn- u grocery business here. Mr. wilburn Hoover left today for relatives at Clear Hun, Mr. Chester M WaJo, of Hartford, some part of Illihois, where he goes visited relatives here the first of the to seek employment. Mr. Enoch Murray has been Indis- week., Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Longfellow, of posed with heart trouble for several Bowling Green, who have been here days, but Is better now. for some time visiting relatives, rem9 turned to their home, Wednesdny. NOTICE STOCK LAW ELECTION. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY Commonwealth of Kentucky: Ohio County Court: Hegular October In the District Court of the United term, October Gth, 1919. Hon States for the Western District of Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Presid- Kentucky. ing. In the Matter of Stanley Matthews. John Boone, ct al., Bankrupt in Hatikiurtcy. Vs; Judgment, Orders &c. To the Creditors of Stanley Mn' Stock Law Election, in North Rock- - the,vg of For(,3VllIe Jn tho county of port Voting Precinct, No. 8 Ohio and district aforesaid, bankrup In pursuance with the judgment, Notice is hereby given that on the and orders entered of record in tho 15th da of October, A. D. 1919, the above styled action, notice Is hereby said Stanley Matthews was duly ad given that a poll will be opened in judicated bankrupt and that the North Itockporb Voting Precinct on first meeting of creditors will bo held Tuesday, November 4th, A. D. 1919, at the law office of Heavrin & Martin to take the sense of the legally quali- in Hartford, Kentucky, on the 7th . fied voters of said precinct on the fol- day of November, A. D. 1919, at 1 lowing question "Are you in favor of P. M., at which time the said creditors making It unlawful for cattle or any may attend, prove their claims, apspecies thereof to run at large on the point a trustee, examine the Bankpublic highways or unlnclosed land? rupt and transact such .other busiof North Rockport Voting Precinct," ness as may properly come before as prayed for in said petition herein said rreetlng. filed. Petition filed October 14th 1919. Given under my hand, as Clerk of J, A. DEAN, County tho County Court, of the Tfpfprpn In nnnkrnntrv. aforesaid, this the Gth day of Octo- - Owensbor0( Kj..( 0ctober 2Sth, 191" ber, A. D., 1919 W. C. BLANKENSHIP, EAST VIEW. IBM Clerk Ohio County Court. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jackson and r t COOL SPRINGS. family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Verd Hawkins, of Mrs. Audry Elliot, who has been Carnes Grove. quite sick during the past week. Is Mr. B. J. French was In Livermore, some better. Monday, on business. Mrs. Leonard Davenport and chilMr. A. T. French made a business dren, of Rochester, were guests of trip to Owensboro, Monday. Mrs. Davenport's father, Saturday am Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coots, Mr. and Sundry. Mrs. Sam Vance, of Llvfa, were guests Mr. Rodney Pulton and Miss Laura of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Duke, WednesSanders were married In Hartford day. Wednesday. They left at once for AlexMessrs. Sam Martin and their home In New Castle, Ind. ander are In Owensboro, on business. Rev. Snell filled his appointment Mr. T. C. Duke Is confined to Ills here Saturday and Sunday. room on account of a very serious Mrs. Agnes Tate visited in Owens- felon, on his right hand. boro last week. t ASSKSSM ENT NOTICE. Mr. T. C. Dennis Is having his house repaired. 1 will be at Centertown, Sattirda The Singing Convention will be held at Cool Springs the fifth Sun- Nov. 1st.; Monday and Tuesday Nov day in November. Everybody eomo 3rd and 4th, to finish taking lists In Centettown. Ceralvo, Smallhnur, and and bring your lunrh. Master Hugh L. Sandofur and lit- Point Pleasant voting precincts. Taxtle bister, Dorothy Nell, have been payers not listed, please meet me. very ill with tonsilltls. L. T. BARNARD, D T C O. C throat trouble for J Miss Erma Cm tor, who Is employMiss Hazel Trogdon, the ten year week-en- d old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W ed at Heaver Dam, spent the Winter Months Are Approaching vided. Don't take any chances; supply your needs beforehand; be ready for the worst kind of weather if it should come. This store proposes to furnish everything you need in the weight you need it to make you comfortable, no matter where you work, and the price in every instance is much lower than present market conditions warrant. This store looks away ahead, and has wisely calculated on the trend of the market, and we are saving our customers the enormous advances that have been piling up in the last few months. You can't be too anxious about buying early. Filling in orders are bound to be much higher. Deliveries on our early purchases have been slow. Merchandise is scarce, and everything indicates much higher prices 1920. N Heavy wearing apparel must soon be the order of the day if comfort and health is to be preserved. A few good warm clothes will be much cheaper and much more comfortable than sickness and doctor's bills, and after all, the clothes will be prox for Our Ready-to-We- ar Buy Quality, Not Price Men's union suits, $1.50 to $4.00. Ladies' union suits, $1.00 to $3.00. Girls' or boys, unioji suits, GOc to $2. Also shirts and drawers for men, an', pants-an- d vests for women. f Owing to the enormous buying power of our four stores, under one management, we are able to sell' Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Furs at much less prices than concerns in much larger the are towns. All of our Beady-to-Weof the latest and best styles and no store can show you a greater variety to select from. Ladies' Coat Suits $20.00 to $75.00. Ladies' Cloaks, $17.50 to $75.00. Furs, $5.00 to $85.00. Don't forget we have a good line of Cloaks for children, two years old and up, and the price is right in every instance. one-store ar Clothing Department The overcoat and raincoat season is upon us. This is a raincoat, overcoat and workcoat store. We Have all the nobby, new styles, well made. Good fitters, and they will give you good serThe new young men's models are very attractive. The conservative styles are to be admired for their neatness. 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