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OF ALL THE PEOPLE OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 .50 per Year No. 19 HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FMDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919. MORROW PLEDGES FEALTY. om) 0.7. Tremendous ed Carries All To Victory Flora Hello Mooro wero married at tlio homo of Judge Mack Conk Inst Saturday, tliu Judgo performing tlio MAJORITY ceremony uniting tlio two. Tlio Initio Is a daughter of Mr. Marlon Mooro of llouto No. 2, Hartnml tlio a son Vote Unexpect- - ford, HohlHon ofgroom la Dam. of Mr. oo Heaver soldier ni:.i). Friday night at C G, 0. P. MAKES CLEAN C. H. Lee died .irwji: .1. s. (Ji.i:.v xuw postmosteu i HcrUre nH Hnrtford's majority ns has never before been p0Htmnster last Saturday, ho having recorded In Iho hlHoiv of LciiiIhwIIp, 1)CPI1 coitimlHslonetl somo time ago, Republicans have ..it Into office ov- - but ,y agreement did not take charge ir i.tndldato on their tn'tft until tlio first of November In order by Mr M.im.v,-- . the liens- - t Hm,,ify tbo making and filing of II m for state offices ni- - oarriuil roports which would havo boon and Jefferson County by a H.,ry j,mi hu charge earlier.' majority of niiirolmatoly 9,500. 'o extend our congratulations to "I no oti- - for all tlio stale candl - ij,fE (;ieilM aIllr bosiieak for him da'es and county nnmlneosJls very fnlthful, efficient and accomodating similar and shows that there was lit- administration of tlio postal business tle scratching fifes. A of the Hartford office. Mrs. It. I). wKtBmL. ' An overwhelming victory for. Inntci Wnlker. who has served the patroni F Grlnstend and Phil. A Hunt, as ,,f this office for home tinio In the rou I'y commissioner.-!- , was (.cored, capacity of assistant, has rendered while Mnjor I) .1. Carroll, II. O. Cray most efllclent and acceptablo service and Fred J Drexler were elected to and her retention In this position by tin paik board by iniijoilties rnnging the new Postmaster will meet with liojoml 9,000. Tlio uiRht legislative tho hearty approval of all who do candidates of the party and two stato (business through the local office, J senators huvp all scored a Ictory in j Cokeley Taylor, of Maceo, their respective races The Uepub- - Dovless County, has accepted the pollen, noiulnee.s for alderman and sitlon of second assistant, council have similar majorities. j irof. Oznsi Sbults, tbo retiring. Apiinol Prohibition. Acting I'ostmaster has rendeied Whllo reports were not complete splendid service to the patrons of last night, all Indications wen; that 'this office during bis regime, and we the district has returned a decided 'believe that bis conduct of the bus! Tho majority shown on the face of returns for tho entire Republican ., has met with the maxim,,,,, In ap- innJoMty against tbo state wide pio- llckot ,.0gstLr8 the wI of Kcntucky for a bett0J.f cleallor more I)rogrcbsivo Nearly every 'prov.il. I'erbonally, we wish to ev stato government. hibltlon ameiulniont. The overwhelming voto given, rebukes forever bad gov- precinct showed a majority against it. jiress our imuiKs 111,11 iiinueuuiiiiii 1.1 ,.rnlllet Kentucky and warns alike my party and tho Democratic party, The amendment providing for the nnd courteous treat- - that tho ie(),,i0 ot Kentucky propose to bo served in faith, honor and with the pains-takin- g from office of any officer who mont at the hands of Prof. Shults. -r,0 kcoplllB of Im)mlscs mndo t0 the eoi0. Ins. s a prisoner to a mob, carried In bis daughter. Miss Sullyo and Mrs. j Ulank a Ul,Mllicang in Kentucky for the splendid efforts put forth for the district. Walker. the ticket. I appreciate beyond words the never falling tlu succcsg .Moriow Leads Ticket. I Judgment and unswerving devotion of tho Hon. A. T. Hert, Republican Na- 77" V( , u 1 i.uiii .in, i.i 1,111. Governor-elec- t Morrow had the No man could have done more no man could have tlonal Conimittoeninn. l.di. or of leading bis ticket, bis majorivciuiuuwih ureuiuaiiuii, m me raiih. unu uie 01 our The first Quurlerl Conference ror ' ity In the district being 9.C77. Ma1M10 Haitford chargo win be held at , ;" ,:r,". .j;: i 'D jorities In other raco aro as follows: - ... Sunday, .., . ... ,., Ml. Hermon Saturd ... .. . S Tbruston Hallatd oer Shanks, t.IMU 1111 ;illlllU, OllljlUJlH.ll 111 tllllVillT f IUIJ UllllllbUllUll llltl uun Nov. Sth. and 9th, 1919. Thoro will , ever been known In the, political history of the state. S.SjG be preaching by tbo Presiding Elder, Vaughn over Cohen, S.997. Without tho confidence of Democrats and Independents this victory would Rev. L. K May. Saturday and Sun-r lron B Hatcher, Detroit, Mich., to have been Impossible. I rt'cognlzo nnd appreciate the tremendous strength Dawson over Daugherty, S.SRI.ATTENTION SOLDIERS. The business day at eleven o'clock Erma Louise McConnell, Simmons. Craig over Hoswortb, S.O.TJ. plven from tljeso sources. session will be Saturday afternoon. Lunily Roblson, Beavor Dam, to To every man. to every agency responsible for the results obtained. I Wallace over Turner, 9,0 14. Ohio County Post No. 44 American All official members aro urged to UelI Moore, Route 2, Hart- t'olvln oer Foster, 9, 037. ......... n,wl renew my promises, that with every power of heart, brain and soul, I will Flora I. j. u,,,f 1.n flf......n Legion will meet at tho court houso loio Tluniin over Newman, S.99S. strive iinlv for tlio unnil nf KpnlnpWv' nnd tlm uplfnm nf ,a iipunln " " ,n Hartford. Ky.. November 14. 1919 . . icome., KPiuoniDor me tiaio, saiurtiny Speck over Goodman, 9,1-- 9. ..., ...... e.i ......t n.i. mi n ' ui usk ai me propor lime tlio neip or every man without regard to ,, Lonnlo Daugherty, Raizetown, to for the purpose of effecting per ...... ww. , ,Ceo...,, Kenfrow aim oi.Hi..., iu.. on. . ... IIICU I III III Cooper oor Douthitt. for railroad' 1 IMCIIKCS, IU IIIU eilll llllll IIIU1U Sllilll ' mancnt organization fc, 1'TT bMUti, t astor. I"" IJ lllicn II. IMU 1. and .acceptance .m cocrn,ncnt for which thnv nrn huncrv. m itov Luther nw . liarK, KnoxMlIO. of nil Ohio County men who were . commissioner In the Second District, ronio to tho r ,. ' 1 "" - in ' onn- - l0 ra araner, ueaver uam the Wot Id Wnr. Come and help an for which they have voted and which they earnestly desire. S.93C l 1 ll'I'IMH WMMl I' V n i ijtauii.iun iiiti'.u !. EDWIN P. MORROW. Kor paik conunlsslonors, (Sray wins organization that is working for your AT LlltERTV NOVKMHEIt 10 THANKS FRIENDS. liy S.0R4, Cairoll by S.129 and Drex-le- r We wish to embrace 'this method or (good. S,2'J9. The lowest Republican given in honor of Mr. and Mm. Lee thanking all of our friends and neighWKDDINC LEE. The first quarterly conference for Democratic ote tlvcr the highest ' by Drv Renfrow, who is a brother of bors who so kindly and graciously Last week, as woi wero going to thoJJeaver Dam Chnrge. M. E. Cli. ote Is a mnjojlty or S,0.r.4. Crln- S., will bo held at Liberty, Monday. Mr. Alfred T. Lee. of Nnckols, and tho bride and by Mrs. Renfrow, who rendered assistance In tho illness, press, wo received information that stcad and Hunt for county commis- Octobor 10, at 9 o'clock, A. M., with Mrs. Mlnnlo Ronfrow Wedding, of Is a daughter of Mr. Lee. death aitd burial of our son, Eiiimctt Capt. E. L. Harnett had arrUed homo, sioners, have majorities respectfully, Mr and Mrs. Leo visited Akron, Tllford, who departed this life, Oct. which statemont was orroneous. Mrs. Rev. May this place, wore married at the homo Rev. L. K. May presiding. of 9,377 and 8.201. Harnett informs us that Capt. Harnett will preach at Heaver Dam Sunday of Dr. and .Mrs. T. D. Ronfrow, In Ohio, and other points before return- Sth. Mr. Morrtiw cairied every ward In night Instead of at Liberty, as hero- - Cnthlana, Tuesday. October 2S, ing here, whoro they will make .their Mr. and Mrs. JOE STEWART, will not likely bo homo under two or Louisville except the Seventh and Horse Branch, Ky. , three weeks. where a recoptfon and dinner was homo. toforo announced. cairied the ccunty by 1,152. All tho other candidates carried tbo same wards and county by a similar ninjor-it- y UNOFFICIAL TABULATED VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY NOVEMBER 4, 919. None of the Republican candiCom.Ag. Clerk C.A. R. Com'r Sen. Rep Am. No. 1 Am. No. 2 S.Pub.Ins. Trcas. At. Gen. Governor Auditor Liout.Oov Sec. State dates carried tbo Seventh Ward. :: : The figures in all races are made ' : l : : : : ' h . : : b . one of g : . : : : : jj precincts , o villi four precincts s: which Is tho c'ty pieclnct and tho other three In tbo county. expected to While Republicans ' ". . ICO 105 1C7 131 131 31 137 1GC 16C 131 131 159 1C7 41 107 132 107 Till 105 108 106 131 131 131 1.16 177 E. Hartford carry Louisville and Jefferson county malorjty, nono of W. Hartford :. 109 ICO 107 lf.5 107 157 100 155 107 154 10G 155 107 155 107 154 106 155 109 154 154' 154 j 35 28 142 liC by n handsome 2 99' 99 99 99 83 S3 99 99 9S 82 29 IK-dS3 130 98 83 82 57 99 99 S3 SC S3 100 83 105 i those who have directed or partici8 149 104 149 103 149 149 20 134 149 113 104 104 158 107 149 103 149 104 149 104 149 104 149 104 149 Sulphur Springs were In any pated In tho fight hero 1 3G 63 64 63 63 37 63 36 63 11 37 36 63 35 71 37 63 36 63 65 37 36 63 Mugan 71 41 way prepared for tbo huge majority 4 55 141 55 5.T 141 55 141 141 5G . 48 132 142 142 63 55 141 55 141 55 55 141 142 141 61 145 Coniwoll recorded. 49 49 42 5 49 49 49 10 42 42 49 52 39 42 48 42 49 49 42 49 42 49 42 42 49 44 Cool Springs As soon tis tbo first few early re6(1 60 130 130 59 99 57 23 60 129 63 133 130 60 129 130 59 60 129 60 129 129 59 129 137 63 N. Rockport turns from scattered precincts thru-oSO SO 64 7 SO SO G4 64 29 80 S3 80 61 SO 65 65 75 77 SS SI 65 81 66 66 64 SI S. Rockport district showed that tho Re- ' the ' 84 18 18 2 18 84 84 18 61 84 84 S4 85 85 30 18 SS 18 81 85 IS IS 84 19 IS IS Select publican nominees wore making In, go ? 91 91 79 91 78 91 87 12 133 90 41 90 78 91 91 91 79 78 90 v 79 91 7S 78 82 Horse Branch 90. 79 gains, the Republican leaders In tbo 60 9 178 61 66 178 97 60 178 144 59 60 180 60 17S 17S 00 178 59 179 61 58 200 179 J70 181 Roslno district foresaw that tliolr previous . 9 101 100 101 106 105 105 33 100 86 103 109 101 10G 101 106 101 106 101 106 101 106 101 106 101 106 E. Denver Dam or C.OOO would bo surpassestimates 91 91 129 12 129 40 91 129 139 130 135 130 91 92 91 130 108 130 91 12S 91 130 91 129 96 133 W. Iloaver D.un ed. ' 28 102 129 27 .102 101 22 86 1 111 29 100 28 102 28 103 27 102 28 104 105 28 28 103 131 36 McIIenry Miijnrltle (irow. 111) 110 129 108 130 131 130 21 10 115 129 132 108 114 109 129 109 129 128 108 132 110 136 107 129 Contortown lis Later returns continued to bulge 1 49 UjT ...., 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 49 45 45 45 15 Smallhous tho Republican majority to largo, ' 3 4 38 51 173 52 171 114 51 51 172 172 172 172 51 51 172 172 52 52 52 171 180 172 55 172 E. Fordsvlllo proportions., nnd It becumo unparcnt 6 76 75 121 75 121 121 121 159 121 28 75 121 75 75 121 82 123 75 75 130 123 75 122 - 75 122 W. Forthwith that tlio Fifth District would record 3 49 29 29 29 49 20 29 29 .Ml 29 49 29 49 29 49 29 M9 29 49 30 49 49 31 55 29 Aetnnvillo Republican ma'jorlty that may stand a 59 59 62 62 59 59 43 59 73 43 73 65 62 62 59 62 59 59 02 59 62 65 59 61 62 62 . Shrove t. . . . ns tho high water mnrk for many 6G 67 66 66 52 51 66 06 66 75 ' 45 ' 66 51 52 66 51 52 66 51 51 66 51 51 70 Olaton years. No candidate on a Republi4 SO SO 49 49 49 80 81 50 49 91 ( 29 49 49 80 80 50 49 49 60 80 80 78 49 52 82 Huford can ticket evor was uccorded tho ma2 8 91 90 90 92 75 75 79 , S7 90 90 75 90 90 75 75 91 75 92 96 75 75 92 78 75 Burtlett was conferred on Mr, Morjority that 4 5 66 51 66 16 51 52 66 51 ' 66 G7 66 51 52 66 65 51 51 51 66 51 53 65 51 71 lloflln , row, Mr. Uallurd and their atsoclates 2 43 . 28 29 29 43 43 44 20 43 43 28 29 43 28 43 29 43 43 29 28 47 28 43 Cornlvo by tho voters of tho district yestorday. 1 30' 40 40 41 15 43 43 40 59 40 43 40 43 43 40 40 43 40 43 43 41 43 40 49 '42 Point Pleasant was When Augustus K. Wlllson 1 69 ' 68 69 68 OS 69 68 88 68 16 49 ' 68 69 68 69 70 68 69 69 68 69 68 70 73 Narrows ,69 stato In 1917 elec.ted governor of tho 1 49 44 49 49 44 12 49 44 53 49 49 49 37 44 49 44 51 49 44 49 46 44 44 44 49 Ralph by a majority in.oxcess of 18,000 tho 48 48 45 42 42 39 47 42 4S 47 48 48 42 42 42 48 '1( 42 48 42 42 61 44 47. 47 1G lrontlss gave him a majority Fifth District 4 6 4 4 4 47 26 v 58 47 40 47 47 40 40 47 48 40 47 47 47 41 45 4l Herbert 4V 4 slightly In excess of 8.000, which was 5 13 62 62 62 62 20 62 44 27 , 63 19 19 20 20 63 63 63 20 63 20 20 20 63 70 21 Arnold in tho climax of Republican endeavor 4 11 29 33 44 37 13 34 27 37 37 12 3S 37 12 13 37 12 37 40 37 12 11 13 37 11 Render tlio district. B !.. 40 40 40 20 26 15 1G 41 2a 40 40 15 l6 40 15 43 40 lG 15 l6 4l 1C 4l 4l Simmons lc ! . SAPpiliiRtliorirfillhirirtliriiiiPh,luetu,, Judge J. ,, S. Olonn wns formerly In ,.,. neces-I.onlsvll- lo , & mg ' jr. I I dls-mlsh- al -- "v """"z":: .'.,. o'clock at the homo of his daughter, SWEEP IN KENTUCKY Mrs. IJ. S. Ellis, of Hartford, duo to Infirmities Incident to his advanced nge. He was In his eighty-sixt- h year, nnd lias been ill for several months 30,000 To 40,000 Majoritr Ho Is survived by two sons, Hufus For Morrow And Lee, of St. Louis, and C. It. Leo, of Ticket. Now Orleans; also two daughters, Mrs. IJ, S. Klllsof Hartford nnd Mrs. "W. L. Acton, of this city. The remains arrived on tlio L. and N. train Tbo victory won in ''Kentucky, In Saturday at noon and were taken to Tuesday's election was the most Klmwood cemetery where a short fun- - j sweeping in effect, of any election oral service was held. ever held in tlio old State. Tho do-fThe members of tho ltlce E. Graves of four years ago was turned InCnmp, of which Mr. Leo was n mem to a vlctnrv. rntippilefl In-- (Ik. r'..rln. i " "' " jber, attended the funeral nnd acted as' Journal to bo not less than 30,000 panoearers. uwensboio Inaulier. and claimed by Republican m a"(l x'3terla'3 Louisville Her-ah, b . 40 000 w Th H HO.ME MmSIXO OPEXIO.) WM , t0 hJQ ccmllleto retu j "roni every county In the state, un- ' Hartford is one of the eight towns. officnl of C0UrsU( m,t lct0 cver In Kentucky conducting classes In tbelcss home hygiene and dietetics as part BIack carrie(1 only four ataMti ltt o their lied Cross peace program. the atatc thesc boln thc lst b These classes are under tho supervi- - S08; socomlt by G10. sevcntl , 4 a.uu U1 ,le v,,s.--, ..uimruiioiii 778 and the Sth district by 261. Mor- of nursing at. the Lake Division head- - nw carrled Ul0 romnlnder ot tho 1'rteis in Cleveland. (Ustricts by mnJor,Uoa ng tMov. Hundreds of girls and women in ;!rn (UstrIct ,,,. 2i3U 4th by , Kentucky, outside the nursing pro- - 5th dlBtrIct by 0G90 cth d,strict fc fcsslon aro In this way learning the 2(D4r( 9th tUstrJct bjp 174c. 1QlIl essentials of home making, homo dIslrlct by 10(710 and tho nth b 25 nursing, first aid, dietetics and caro 073. or cniicircn. Tho abovo report by districts would Other cities are to establish classes k1vo Morrow a total ()f 53C43 and as soon as a sufficient number of in- - Blacks niaJor,Ues ,,y dtatrJcta , 1S( stritctors call be obtained. 4G6, leaving Morrow's majority at """" " 40'179 Tho Republicans elected a majorlty peace program. It is to launch this ,n the lowor houso of tho Kcntucky program of service to Americans that Legislature, tho Democrats lmldl, dollar mombershlps are asked in the xa baro maJority ln the senat0( or up. Third Red Cross Roll Call, November per houso by vlrturo ot the fact Ulat 11- 2 ono half of tho mombers of that body Mrs. Nanette Wickenden. of Cin- - aro s. Tho Republican ma- , cinnatti, Ohio, is in chargo of tho ,.i i i i... .n. ,. cias8 jn Hartford, which met yestcr- - r r day afternoon at 3:30 and again that Tho Republicans olected their uvcm,,B ai " Governor in JIass., by an overwhelming .., majority and also - ...,. ' made gains In nearly ovcry placo SIXCK LAST RKPOKT where elections were hold. ' i eat " xi- Headauar-TltliMVrm'im- h" tc ,.. 1?1?"1 ' hold-over- for ,.,,.,. ( x- ...... .... ,..,,.... 1 -.- c-- ifi I mls-sln- '':''- ':': ''' : . i a ,.. nt ...i.... ... .....' .....T... :.... vU'" 3IOOHK KOIJISON. 0 Totals and Miss Mr. Lundy Robls,oii Majorities 2147 3155 2050 2981 204S 29G9 2044 2951 2056 2918 2062 2964 2051 2963 2048 2950 90S 913 907 892 902 931 921 1008 2047 2964 2050 2952 3012 2967 1013 917 902 3012 2967 751 262 2925 IS96 1029 ivtBiwuim TmiiwwSSiSP' WIEEES ACCUSED drinking tho swamp water when they had no other, tho officers resorted to their ono trick made It a court-nnrtloffense to drink that water. Tlio men had to drink, and some of hem dropped down Into the nuiil- IioIca and drank the stuff anyway. "Thone that drank It didn't last Dysontory more than a few hours. got thorn. through the "As they marched plngia-broodl- ng mud, trjlnload.s of Japanese and Canadian troops rolled past, and their passengers waved and 'The shouted to tho AiuerlcHtis. American can walk' that was what the officer said." Soldiers ngreo that the solo "recreation" available to our men lay "Kopeck Hill," on the notorious abode ot Vladivostok's bagnios. "lied Cross nurses," a soldier stated, "have refused to go to the offiofflcera cers' dances, because tho like showed up drunk and acted nl TOWSLEY GETS 21 YEARS IN PRISON SP GRAVE INJUSTICE 3fcnlcs"ln Siberia Allege Su- ,1 periors Cruel To Men. 'JUfcti Hancock County Jury Convicts Will Ask For New Trial. 'Yiic1rco. of Nov. 1. "The taiHT titnil SDimt, In n officers." nutshell, Is the explana- - Sbiixlvnti ov nil the rctiirncil soldiers iniit Siberia. In tollliiB of the break In American moral In Ivmphboy iifU'r ilmiRhlioy Jilh lale of enforced hardships, con-u5t- ts awip- mutiny." had food, needless - insults, blows and an epidemic with the phrase: ""CJiilftss the War Uepartincnt sends BiJSWtRi officers over there to Siberia dtftrern who stay sober, rule wisely rwtSTicl the respect of their men t aroops will go through worse Imiitms than any yet told." .Al the ones they tell are had nHrls-inartia- l, beasts." 0 J.miK Watson N:is, "I'll Niwr For- get When Father's Hogs Got Cholera "One morning he found 20 hogs dead and several sick. He called In tho Vet., who after dissecting a rat caught on the premises, decided that tho rodents had conveyed germs. Since then 1 am never without It's the surest, quickest rat destroyer I know." Three sizes. 25c, iiOc, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. P. Casebler, Acton Hros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. HAT-SXAP. K,Hfjth Guilty. ".J ti( time," said a soldier who j?JtS lliat his name he withheld lest itsttt (trior his frank statement, 'at jmo '.iiiiii thero were so many men sentence for petty offenses In VcrSittaiic Company No. 4, that they deid'an use the men who were doing "Mrrm-monsentences as guards over ni'.ivi; 'Oil MILLIONS ill or--; Tacho were doing six months." COSTS VKP.Y LITTLE Xj illustrates how "army Justice" run riot in Siberia. Iadicatior.s are that the Baptist 7." Ilii .iie month, in Company A. of will- establish a fc3ffrK! Infantry, thero were thirteen .Million Campaign ecord of being the most economically .joiwal cnurts-niartiand one sui- conducted drive for a largj sun: o Attorneys for Townsley announcmoney that has been made In this ed TRiitii court-martiresulted In a that they would preparo and flip jvtitence of ot least one year, and a country. Dr. L. It. Scarborough, gen- grounds for a now trial. This will eral director, announces, it being now be done on Thursday morning, Noilsnnorahle discharge or "kick," assured that the expense will be con- vember G, when Townsley will be 'Trxin h? army. man, who got One siderably less than 1 per cent of the brought nuX on Hessian vodka and 'cleaned back here while the motion mm asked. This sum includes the for a new ail n .noncommissioned officer, g3 a trial is being considered. expenses incurred by the general years. If Judge Slack should merrulu 33ifeni'c of thirty-fiv- e at Nashville and the Townsley's motion for a new "3vme of these fellows deliberately trial, xkuUwJ wff jiost," narrated this soldier eighteen state headquarters as well the case will then ho taken to tlu Aiding in the effort to keep down "KfJjig they'd be sentenced and campaign expenses in order that all court of appeals. In the meantime Townsley will have to remain In jail 'wuii 'boine. "Step fellow 1 knew pleaded guilty the money raised may go toward the until the higher court passes on hu ' the it irraling and selling a company purposes for which It isissought is du- case. of short got eighteen months and a fact that the campaign TffiJr:. He Tho final arguments in tho case large overhead cost has "l.'Wi"". were made today, when Mr. Clements Just before sailing home as ration, no payment of large '.si'tafciuier. he told one of the guards icon incurred in the closed the case on behalf of Towns-le(alailrs, and many of the workers are 1!fcfl'nf t find the gun In the Ho began speaking at 8 o'clock contributing their services withou' this morning wher hi' aid hlddou tt. and spoke until ! .'SO. remuneration. Tliv whole troulilo goes back to any financial the spirit or the cam- pleading for an acquittal oa the Evidencing ".lias Hjficors. grounds of self defense. Commonpiominent "Tsie one colonel, for instance. paign, one of the an offer of worker.- wealth's Attorney Smith made the $25,001. Just declined li'ici msic from the Philippines. concluding argument for the proseHe a year to engage in work along an Wora sober while on duty at cution. Mr. Smith outlined the eviother line, preferring to live on a dence la full and showed iVVOivostok. that acsmall fraction of that amount in or- cording "hold so many courts-martto the testimony, us ho saw-give himself entirely to reder to it, Townsley was not justifiable in Aias Ahe army authorities linally ligious work. 'killing Gordon, which took place In hi:n hack the United InnxtUl n Owensboro on May 13 last. He closCatarrh ""Jr'i vas : nother undei whim With LOCAL, Cannot Be Cured ed his speech insisting on a verdict was iun. Th'i meat was cannot reach API'LIOATIONS. as tho7 of life imprisonment or death. the seat of tho disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, preatly InIt is understood that the Jury was iincrling with worms and weevils. fluenced by constitutional conditions, and U serg'ant-mnjo- r to cure that I kro v In order remsdy. it you must take an unanimous from the ilrt in its conInternal MediHall's Vk io this colonel anil told him the cine Is taken Internally Catarrh thru clusion as to Townsley's guilt, lint and acta the blood on tho mucous surfaces of the could not agree at first as to the o sas not fit for hogs and should svstem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was of punishnont. Some of thu to the men. The colonel pre&enbcd oy ono of tho best physicians "iot in this country years. It 13 comhim l educed him to the posed of some of for best tonics known, Jurors weie in favor of a Ifte sentho combined with somo of the best blood tence, whllo others were for L'l years. unl drink, and tlaro air gradation, tkjAs tor making that report. purlllera. The perfect combinitlon of up to n an, who is on ) thr most perthe in Hall's "Tien thero was a famoii march cine Ingredients produces Citarrh Medi- Kather than havo a hnn jury. It was fect o: t l(iii all is what nurh wonderful earned that a compromise wjr agreed iO.flisl) the t B'ini hw.u.'s results In (utarrhal conditions. Send for on a sentence of 21 years. testimonials, free. "TSfcu colonel know F. in command J. CHENUY & CO., Props.. Toledo, O. A Ht 'Hint IHdit'l Smell After Heine: B All Druggists. TCc. itxi. s'.KriaiUan and Japanese tioop-- j Hall's -2 rills for constipation. Dead I'oi-- If vav boiug transported across this Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, "I swear it was dead at least ewal rnuntiy in box cars. 'Amerihands, or feet requites u powerful v.n:; T.S WILL monthb." Mild James Sykes, llutclwr b wj. Mdillor van walk," bald the colo- - xiow co.vr v. S. MILLION remedy that will penetrate the tlesh.. Wohtttehl, N. J "U'o saw this rat i Hiolt possse-Uullard's Stiuw Liniment rtntery. typhtih and pneumonia Washington, Nov. 1. "Yankeo that power. Rubbed fn where the ovory day. Put a cake of begun to break out Kitiudiutoly pain is felt Is nil that fs necessary to behind n barrel. .Months later my, K not such a bad parody afKcnum-- , troop-.- . Men dropped Doodle" ui;n4x ihe.se relievo suffering and restore normal wife asked si bout tho rat. ter all. ' bored the buirul. looked behind' it. ' euij. in the march I nele Sam has so much monoy conditions. Price 23c. Sue aud $1.00 There was tho rat dead, not tho ra 'rler to pi event the men from per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Mieso days that ho Is thinking nothing slightest odor " Three sizes, 2.ric, m spending ono million and a Drug Co tt all of nilc, ?1 00 Sold and guarauteid by half dollars just for a place to store ,J. V CaK.'llier. Acton Hros., TayX.U'OLKOX AND MIS IIOILSK. his jlches. lor's Drug Store. Williams & tfuke. His present coffers aro overflowFrom "His Maxims or Lifa" ing, his sliver is bulging out tho 1 by Alfred H. Hyatt. walls of his storehouses, and as for FOR FLETCHER'S I Thero i.t a Hah between .;:ii:i.ab gold, weil, listen tu .hut A4l-.m- t Secretary Howe, of tho Tieasury aud thu Deity. Man is n more perfect 33y E. Department, has to say about his ro- animal than thu rest. Ho reasons Compound. piest to Congress for a $1,500,000 hotter. liut how do wo know that MILK ..(J(). MKS HOLD "oit roit .: WKKKLV "Wtfwna, Minn. "1 sudoral formoro appropriation for tho construction of animals have not u language of their structure to ho own? .My opinion Is that It is from nervousness, and wai a modern three-btor- y r so uau i couiu not erected In the coutt of thu prosout in us to say no, because Now Vork. Nov, 1. Six thousand rest tit niKhtand Trcubtiry Department Muilding: wo do not understand them. X tnilk vHgon drivers, who aro dewould ie awake "I'resont vaults ato autlquateil. Tho horse has memory, knowledge, and manding a union bcalo of 60 a week, get so nervous I would have to get walls of steol lattlco work aro press- love. Ho knows his master from the to-dvoted to reject a compromlso up and walk around ed out of shape by tho weight of servants, though tho latter aro more ot $:i5 a week from thu distributors. and in the morning i Thcso should constantly with him. I had a horso It was directed that uno morn conwould bo all tired silver stored in them. i out. I read about i bo modernised mado bafe, and ad- - myself who know me from any other ference with the employers ho bought LydiaE.l'inkhant's aitional aults should bo provided jwr on, and manifested by carwrlng botoro taking a strlku vote Monday. K. '.'' ir , VeKotablo Com-- ', aud proudly marching with hits head While tho meeting was In progress Wsu-pound and thought 1 would try it. My month. Foundations aro shaky, and erect when I was oa his back, his Federal Judgo Hand was hearing arrervousness aoon Hie cush room should hu improved to knowledge that ho bore a person su- guments in an action brought by left me. I sleep perior to tho others by whoiuu ho was milk distributors hooking to restrain wuil and feci fine in the morning and allow adequato transaction of surrounded. Neither would ho al- Frederick J. Sterblnsky, president oC my work. 1 gladly rccom-vtntJtMtUi do low any other person to mount him Drivers' Local r.Si, from calling a Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vogetablo !rrfwun(l to make weak nerves Lady In Chicago iVIcgrnplm for except ono groom who constantly took strlkb, if it is voted. Decision, THrong." Mrs. Aluekt Sultzl', 003 euro of hint and when ridden by him was announced, would not bo made CtaoKaad St.. Winona, Minn. , SKn often do wo hear tho expression i Head Mrs. l'hllllp.s' wire: "You-- his motions wore far different and until Friday. ruinwni women, "I am so nervous, 1 can- - ell'ri Hxtormlnator Co., Wostflcld, N. such as seoiuod to say ho was Tho organization controls moro as though ,1 'or "it seems shnithl nrnfif ,j, uusn a worth of isclous that ho boro an Inforlor than H,000 drivers of tho MetropoliKilrf-' idfuwin Vli ' wnmi.n ............ Whon I lost my way I was accus- - tan District, union officials assorted. Later received tho following letter, ui UTE. feultzo's experience anif givo "HAT-SNA- l arrived. It rid our ( tinned to tnrow t:.o n u.s down on nis iiw famous root and herb remedy, Itegulato the bowels when they fall 43ta L. nnktiam a vegetable Loin-- ( House ot tath In no time. Just moved neck, and lie alvajs I'isri w veu it in Xpcrcrnfl. a trial. j,uro (r0iu ia., where I used UAT- - places whoio I, with all my observa- - to move ptoporly. Herbluo Is an bo.-o- I regulator. It helps wlt" Kruat ""U"." 'l,,iruo Hon and boasted superior knowledgo. the liver and stomach and restores a jui?,.iuflaiDmation, ulceration, trrcg- -- sUob, 25c, 50c, f 1.00. Sold and could not. xhaftt'xz,, periodic paina, backache, diguaranteed by Who can deuy tho sagacity of dog? flue feeling o' stipngtli and buoyancy. and nervous prostration of j j, F casebler. Acton Ilroa., Tay- - Thero is a link between all anln als Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug nm-w- n, , and is now considered thjstan- '0,"s Uiu'' Slu m Vllllaiiu C Uuko. Plants aro so many animals who eat Company. 4f.k iJtlri'.'nU. ''rlmilj in!r th " Hawsvllle, Ky., Nov. 1. Tom Townsloy, charged with tho murder of Peyton Cordon, was declared to bo guilty of manslaughter by a jury of Hancock county citizens at :',:45 o'clock this afternoon, and glvea the maximum sentence of 21 years la the Eddyvlllo penitentiary. Thus ended tho trial that has been In progress before Judge Slack since last Wednesday morning of ono of tho most atrocious crimes that has been committed In Owensboro for many jears. When the jury tiled in tho courtroom to announce their terdlct, Townsloy was sitting near his coun sel. La Vega Clements and Tanner W. Jett, of Owensboro, and (1 D. Chambers, of this place. There was not the slightest mine made by the defendant when tho verdict of guilty was announced. After the verdict had been read, Mr. Clements requested tho court to have the Jury polled. Judge Slack then asked each juror separately if that "was his verdict" when each replied in the alllrmativo. Judge Slack then committed Townsley to the custody of the jailor of Hancock county, who announced to the court that he felt tho Jail was insecure, wltereupon Judge Slack or dered Townsley transferred to thu jail of Daviess' county for safe a mam ' "rK--.- best pal is fits smoke OTi' ?J7.c - vy BlHMKSESBv"BavBMMHM "Knotty problem? Let me help3 .t'iii'ik.'At Chcs. Field is right! A smooth, mellow 1. smoke is just the thing, when you're up against a tough one. And Chesterfield is that smoke. An expert and exclusive blend is responsiblefinest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsotin, and the best varieties of Domestic leaf put together by the manufacturer's private formula that brings out every last bit of flavor. No other process, no other blend, can successfully imitate Chesterfield's smoothness and flavor. No argument here! Chesterfields satisfy as no other cigarette has ever satisfied before. -- X "tTELP" J al al full-bodi- ed head-quarte- rs tfESa tfel (I3itft5&X Jw- ' - Cz ! y. 'ra "Z-Z- J7 ana the blend can't be copied MM,-i-f tvd 20 for 20c foOsv 'My 3 II II I iA ile-gre- its" "W 1 HAT-SNA- P nmr iwat - TB Ltfj WF M S j ', 1 k -- WHAM'S NERVES WE STBONO Pinkham's Oliilclren Cry vegetable Lydia CASTORIA KfH You can't afford to miss seeing our stoves and get our prices before you buy. We buy in 1 11 Siwae-ayea- on 111 IP''ljJjb m CAR LOAD LOTS Which places our entire line on our floor at the lowest possible cost. So if you will compare our PRICES AND VALUES with those offered by other dealers you will find our line a money saving one to Itat-Sua- p. I con-nlep- .'' .. HAT-SNAl'- ." you. 4SS1K sol., ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ' J POOR CLASS PASS 1111 II. S. FOOD SALES X -n y. . . !W.vV-Jwk;- ?.. -. YO--.- .. m v T. My Friends And :M 'rJ.Vio'?Jia-ir- Y m y W 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 Wealthy, Who Can Afford Higher Prices, Buy In Bulk. Hy Louis Ludlow. Washington, Nov, 1, In one respect tho nrmy retail stores which nro being conducted In twenty-fou- r places for salo of surplus nrmy supplies at reduced rates are proving n ir & tr :trS.. ' ...-L- ... r-. disappointment. Poor people nro not buying extensively. Kich people, or people in o circumstances, who nro not pinched by high prices, nre buying up the supplies and tho poor folks who have u hard time making ends meet, nro not nearly as much Interested as It was expected thoy would be. Women liny. In tho city of Washington, which probably Is a fair exnmple of the stores elsewhere, women rldo up In limousines and carry away large quantities of the bargains which the government offers. It Is obvious that those women nro not driven to any such extremities hy the high cost of living. On the contrary some of thorn no doubt could wrlto their checks at any time for tho whole store and still have a comfortable bank ncount left. Generally it seems to bo woman's Innate love for the bargain counter that brings these ladies to the government store. Tho bulk of tho purchases hero aro being made by those who can afford to pay higher prices for food, or the well-to-d- rette revelation I supply cifiarette contentment beyond anythinR experienced l You never tasted such such refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a ciga- CAMELS full-bodi- ed mellow-mildnes- s; tri 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 II L. T. RIIJBY H Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty'after-tast- e or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste You are always keen for the ogarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price I ! ?r.-- r '..M"iJ "automobile class," as Graham In MuJ. J. IJ. Camels iire nMfvprv here tn ttetcnltficatly tealed packages of 20 nUarrllea or ten pack. 300 citarettei) in a glassine-pap- er covered carton. We &tronly recommend thiu carton for the homo or office supply cr when you travel, Wf charge of tho store, terms R.J.REYN0LDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wimton-Sale- them Only Itlch Arc Pillions. This Interesting fact Is brought ou,t In a review of the first three weeks' business of the store. The store opened September 25 and up to the closo of business October 15 tho sales totaled more than $100,000. It was estimated that more thnn 40,000 persons have patronized tho store. "Strango as It may seem, those whom tho btoro would most benefit nro not the patrons of it," said Mh-JGraham. "1 don't know why it Is Hint those people better fixed financially should come hero before those to whom tho saving of every cent means much. It may be because of shyness on the part of tho latter, or else because of false pride." Another reason advanced was that the sale appeals to the automobile class because of the convenience of reaching it iu a machine. or N. C. imi ..,; J ? Burglar Insurance Is carried i R2BBfe9BiJB8 80 acres himself, his farm is the 80 acres which ho operates not tho 120 acres which ho owns, while the 40 acre tract which he rents to a tenant comprises "a separate farm to bo reported in the name of the tenant. Another question to bo determined Is how important docs an agricultural enterprise have to bo in order to secure recognition In the census as a farm? A small vegetable garden or a chlckcnt yard accommodating a tow busy hens will not be allowed to qualify as a "farm" in the census no matter with what pardonable prldo and satisfaction tho proprietor may view his agricultural enterprise. Hut If the garden or chicken yard expands until it covers not less than three acres of ground, or until it requires for its care the continuous services of at least ono person, or yields products annually to the value of $250 or more. It comes within the definition of a farm and will bo recognized as such and counted. The ,agriculturo schedulo contains many questions regarding farm values, expenses and live stock as well as tho acroago and quantity of crops raised in tho year 1919. Census Hureau officials aro urging farmers everywhere to prepare for tho census enumerator by looking over their books and records so that accurate answers may be furnished to questions. In this connection tho Hureau of Census emphasizes the fact thnt the information furnished to census takers is absolutely confidential, mado so by Act of Congress, and that tinder no circumstances can any such Information bo used as a basis for taxation. between farmers and tho census officials next January is more necessary and vital than ever boforo," declares Director of tho Census Sam L. Hogors. "Tho world war and tho part thnt tho farmer played in It will contlnuo to play in tho rehabilitation of Kuropo servo to mako tho agricultural section of the Fourteenth Deconulal Census the most important iu tho Nation's history. Absoluto accuracy and completeness in tho census returns Is tho goal toward which evory citizen should strive" t STOMACH TROUBLE, regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach ail up. I found they were? no good at all for my trouble. I heard. Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "Forv quite- I suffered with stomach trouble. I would' have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most: disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything withx butter. oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have a long while ? by BANK OF 'W ? ? HARTFORD. If you do business with us your interOhio ests are protected. County's oldest financial i j THEDFORD'S. K-DRAU- J ? Mr. P. LnlhiKc, Flintier, Sajs "You ltet I tat;, can lllte Tlirou-- li Metnl" "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon. P Was out $1S. A $1 pkg. of killed so many rats, that I've never been without It since. Our colli dog never touched You try it. Threo sizes, 25c, 50c $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. F. Casebler, Acton llros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. HAT-SNAHAT-SNAP- ." GK wt" ! i i CKNSl'S INTKHPKKTATKtN OF TI1K WOKI! "FAHM' AVaHliIngton, November 3: What is a farm? Seems a foolish question to , uoesu't It? Aloiost any. .no cat, toll d just what a farm is and knows ono whon ho se.is it Hut do you h.tppun to know Ho Interpretation Undo Sam places on tho word "farm" for census purposes" No? Then read how his Unreal', of the Census defines the word" "A farm for census purposes Is all tho land which Is directly farmed by ouo person conducting agricultural operations, either hy his own labor or with tho assistance of mouibors of his household or hired employees." In further explanation of this defpoints inition tho Census Hiirenu out that tho term "agricultural on- orations" is used as a general term referring to tho work of growing crops, producing other agricultural products and raising domestic ani mals, poultry or bees. From this definition It will tfo seen that u farm may consist of a slnglo tract of laud or of a numbor of separate and distinct tracts. And these several trncts may bo held under dif ferent tenures as, for Instance, when ono tract Is owned hy tho farmer and another Is rented by hint. Thus if a man who owns 100 acres rents an additional tun acres from some ono elso and operates both the 100 acres and tho ton acres, then his "farm" Includes both tracts of land comprising 110 acres. Hy thu samo token when u land owner has one or more tenants, rent- crs, croppers or munugcrs.'cucli different tract of land operated by nny such tenant, renter, cropper or manager Is considered a separate and distinct farm by the Census Hureau. or, to give an example, If u man owning 120 acres of land rents 40 acres to a tenant and farms tho remaining off-han- recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured" me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." ht acts on. the jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draug- BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY: s: ONE CENT A DOSE 0 73- - g f?v';r;w-??OP'-- y MODKST -- TKACIIKHS' STKJKK IIAI'TIST liAYMAX (J1VKS in wom.it itinxmii timi: !75,000 TO imiVK Nov. 1. Tho 111.. Hraidwood. speediest strike settlement In history was enacted at the "little ml wdiool house" hero. fuculty four teachers liuil Tli hcnt tho trustees an ultliiiatuiii. Thoy demanded a raise from $50 to $G5 por month. Tho tnutees wore ever, ho sllunt. ThL'ii the teachers called a meeting In a class room resolved to quit. As they reached tho door tho trustees Intercepted them. '(Jo hack." they said. "We'll give you $5S." "Agreed, said tho four teachers and classes wero resumed. mm Too modest to let his name bo known, hut quite liberal with his means, a llaptlst layman of a small Southern town has given $75,000 to tho llaptlst 75 .Million Campaign as welj us $25,000 to tho erection of a now chinch building In his homo city. Ills wife Is rIvIiir $10,000 at the same tfmo for n fino pipe organ for tho now church edlflco. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model 1 One Ton Truck with its is really a manganese bronze worm-driv- e necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of economic transportation from the farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it will be found a great money saver as well as a big labor saver. I las all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater capacity with greater strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd like to talk it over with every farmer. Bring your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. K. & mum: i;i:.Mi:Miti:ui:i ix wnx Wo are Informed by Mr. Virgil M. Harris of St. l.ouls, that In an ad dress sometime ago, covering tho curious iu wills, ,he had occasion to refer to one legacy which may Interest our readers. Thero aro hundreds of similar cases, but this ouo seemed to ho particularly unique. Iu 1912. thero died in Shelby Coui-tTennesseo, one James Kngllsh, when Mr. English came to Sholby county some twenty years ago, his solo possession was one gray mule rained Jennie. Hy his will, ho make the following provision: "My heir musf keep tho mulo, Jennie, until she dies, not rido her nights, feed her well and provide a good stable. Ho must not work hor iu tho duytimo. I bequeath $1,000 to pay for this." Dumb Animals. . A TOWN INSUKKI). Olllclnls Interested In community service, Insurance men and nuinlcl palltles are watching with Interest tho scheme of collective insurance that Is being practiced at Klngsport. Tenu. Ton largo concerns aro located hero at which some ,000 persons are employed. All of these workers aro Insured 'under" a Blnglo of thom bo" group policy. If come slek, or aro injured or death overtakes them they or their families receive financial benefits tho policy buiiiu as uuder tho individual Bysteiu. y, (iooil CoiikIi Medlcluo for Children Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Hodon. Ga.. phoned to J, M. Floyd, the merchant thoro for a bottle of Ohaniborlaln's Cough Ilomedy .and said sho had bought a bottlo of It at his store recently and that It was doing hor children so much good that sho wanted to keop up tho treatment. You will find nothing better for coughs and colds In children or for yourself. It kcops thu cough looso, expectoration easy and soon frees tho system from the cold. in I. KARNES & imOTJIRR Beaver Dam, Ky. l CASTOR 'A Ohildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S && 'Jfvai l'2 rerrar -- re ?r tho League of Nations In Its present WHAT VK TIIOI'CJIIT AND WHAT gono to Owcnsboru, where she has accepted a position In a store at that 'rillO OT1IKH FRLLOW DID, shape, or else, hundreds upon hunplace. dreds of Domocratln and IndependMrs. Alpha Cundlff Is visiting relaWeekly by resentment '" Throe years ago when tho electors expressed their ents Published OARTVOIU) PRINTING COMPANY ngalnst the attempt to fight a stato of vHils district elected Judge Slack tives at Owonslmro, Messrs. F. M. Hoover and Cleveland Incorporated battle on questions of National and and Commonwealth Attorney Smith, oven of International Interest, ques- wo felt like they had mndo an "awful, Whlttnkor aro erecting now barns. Mrs. Martha Northeu is on tho sick Wo were then narrow tions wholly foreign to matters which mistake." W. S. TIXSI.KV, Kdllor Kentucky Voters had In hand, and enough to bcllevo that no body could list. niul HuslncM Milliliter. A surprise birthday dinner wns 'which they evidently had their minds handle or perform so well the duties tolerably well uiado up to settle In of the office of Circuit Judge anil given .Mr. V. It. Mostcy, at his home Entered according to law nt the Hlrk-hca- d near here, Monday, Nov., 3rd. All Potofllce. Hartford, Ky., as mail their own way. The load was en- Prosecuting .Attorney ns Judge and Mr. Hingo had done and present spent an enjoyable day. tirely too heavy. No ten or twelve mutter of the second class. Mr.. I. S. Mason Is spending a few men In our Stato could have shoulder- could do. Our good opinion of these to ed nil of tho burdens that tho defeat- men hns not been lessened In the days wltlijils family, at this place, Address all communications Mrs. Joslo Clark hns gone to Owed ticket undertook to carry mid least, but Into happenings hns raused The Hartford Republican. stand sponsor for and fought Its way ns to see that theso two officers have onsboro to spend the winter with her back to the Stato House nt Frankfort. been succeeded by two men well daughtor, Mrs. John Childress. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Perhaps the two greatest forces opcr qualified to perform their respective WILL HAVE A CAR IN to a now address must give the old atnB against Governor lllack and duties and possess moral courage suf FINE HEREFORD CATTLE for Wdrcsa in maKing ino request. tho romnnilcr of the ticket was Matt ficient to guarantee justice to all. The Sale One, coming two yenr old hull, Business Locals and Notices )erlino, and 6c per lino for addition - , Cohen and Tom Ithea. The char- action of Judge Slack In changing 20 head of cows and heifers. Will actor of politics Indulged In by men the trial of a in nil from Daviess coun- sell one or all. Homo 'phono, Cum(I insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of tnur tnctlcs has becomo obsolete ty to Hancock county when some Ir- berland near. , of of Thanks, Be per lino, money In ad - , wUh mon who nro regularity caused him to believe that BELL & TICHENOR, ' cllneil to be Independent, men who something or somebody connected ICtf Hartford, Ky. Church Notices for services free, m but other advertisements, 5c por lino. think for thems'v(" ar.d Cc do quen- - with the defense of the man accused Anonymous comraunlcatlona will tlons n nierit rnthcr than abuse and was trying to thwart Justice, was very POLITICAL PARAGRAPHS. receive no attention. jft wl,(,.oyed hnranBUe ai,out some commendable In him. In tho face of body's dirty flag waiving from the many of his friends ahd supporters By 1. D. Claire. TELEPHONES. State Inpi'.l. 'Nigger domination Iri spite of the fnct that his action will 123 Cumberland Tho shadow of Stanley was over It and tin perishing of a white man's make many political enemies for him CO Farmers Mutual government In oh! Kentucky. It's in the future he boldly performed his all. 'one thing to attack a measure, or a duty and sent the trial to a county If Hert was the Issue then Hert NOVEMBER 7 ,., PHIRAV method of administration of where the officers of the court anil And more If market justifies. AH other Poultry i offr.Jrr, but an cn- - the men that set in the jury box won. certain at a High Market Price. people can't figure out Justtirely dlffwit u.owwltion to under could have no possible feelings either Some The wrong of Hi 15 was handsomely blttor for or against the man charged or how or why the United States Senate take to v. In your y a y Bring your poultry'to the car. I will guarantee you his friends. On first thought this righted. or could have any sor of mind tack on a man or a bunch of men, honest weight and pay you a good CASH MARKETS those attacking are exceedingly may appear as a 'little thing, but it does not work and move In the! less Kentucky voters refused to get ex- PRICE. single track groove demanded by ,well fortified with facts acceptable required a Judge of nerve to do It and to those with whom final Judgment Judge Slack has taken a step In the cited, about the League of Nations. Please tell your neighbors. They will appreciate President Wilson. One man rule, If the Nation should be compelled to 'rests. We an not advised as to right direction and has blazed away your message. ' Stanley got tho last ride In the follow it, would be the worst sort of whether It was extensively practiced that will iir the future go a long way but ho throughout the state, but if speeches In dealing out to criminals their just old Democratic machine, Imaginable. Kaiserlsm ditched it. were made everywhere like one that deserts. The foregoing article was clipped a newspaper falls to publish free was delivered here, it is our firm be-If And the ghost of Hert must haunt charge, notice of meetings of or-- 1 lief that the Democrats lost heavily from the current Issue of the Han- ganlzatlons the editor catches the by that method of campaign. The cock Clarion, published at Hnwes- - Tom Rhea's dreams tor four long. Agent for the Fox Bros. Co., Incorporated. when these or- - speech we refer to, may have whipped vllle. Tho paper being democratic, weary years. "devil," but ganlzatlons want bills printed, or oth-- 1 a few men back to the Democratic in politics it Is indeed quite a comAnd the boys wouldn't be stnmpcd- pliment, not alone to the ability of or job work done they forget that a fold, but it was so bitter and inuncintiiry of the opposition that Judge Slack and Commonwealth's ed by the price of Ballard's flour this kind of work. does (Hartford Herald.) About all we every single Republican went home, Attorney. Smith, but for their zeal In New Orleans. have to say Mr. Charlman. is, that we or to see him RepuWican friends and faithfulness to duty as well land neighbors fighting mad. The Coming too when the air was some- The Republicans should In some .second the motion. 'effect, like waves upon a pool, scat- - what pregnant with heated politics, suitable manner express their gratl- We humbly acknowledge here and tered to every part of the County, the compliment must be all the more tudo for Stanley's coming to Ken- now to our good friend the Hartford biinging out Morrow votes that would treasnred by these two officials. tucky. Herald as to our Ignorance ot the not have been cast. That sort of Greater capacity. like Rhea's line of existanco of saloons In Louisville, and speech-makinI.1VIA, HOl'TK a. Black is no doubt an honest man, is likewise obsolete, and it may also be true that our ignorance politics, Closer skimming. but there are several hundred thous- in this particular case is not bliss, hurtful only to the party for whom Several from iiere attended the and other honest men in Kentucky Easier to wash. Speeches of this baptizing at Maxwell, Monday. "We allow that you know a good many they are made. whose candidacy for Governor, like we don't profess to know, character, at this time, if any con-Bthings that Miss Carrie Mae Wlgglnton has Black's, would be a joke. indicator. what we do wish to learn is, siderable number were made, also Easier to t u r n. what does John Henry or J. I. Good- - added to the burdens borne by Gov-ma- n, of tho Herald, have to do with ernor Black and his ticket. We may Wears longer Aube far from correct in our prophecy, the matter. but we venture the nsbeition here and tomatic oiling. Pat.Some people die mighty hard, some now tmit Tom Uhca will never be ented milk distribdie a natural death and others die ver. cosoly connected with another or fright. Tom Rhea did his best to Democratic campaign in Kentucky. uting device that scare tho people of Kentucky Into amli that the campalR certain to be you cannot get on "conniption" fits with the scare-croWilgP(1 f()llr years hunce win bc M, of "Nigger" domination and a dlsap- - rtlf(erent from the one Just closed but any other machine. pcaranco of what he called "a white ;Httle rosembicnce ()f tne two can be government" In old Kentucky, 'detected. We do pot mako a single man's Assured service. and Kentucklans took so doggone ono of the above statements with any Ask any De Laval much notice of fomy and his rot that lnallce or ,,, feeling toward any one. notwithstanding, be said Kentucky we olllv ,.CCord some ot our ideas ar- user. was a democratic state and that her rivC(, at atter viewing the situatn Over 2,000,000 in manhood could not be bought, (and it from a fow angi03i i,oti, i)efore aml demonstrated the fact that it could after "taking." daily use. not be stampeded or even frightened by Tommy), a sultlclent number calm-- 1 -iy voted jor hil Morrow and the ticket la Vun the majority tilt. t about :i0,- A thousand majority Is not so bail tlui election, hear 'n vnt "nnn Beaver Dam, Ky. conMder that David mn.le spouting about W some old maids still Roth Phones. one speech In the County Jim Crowe and "nigger" equality, but We have yot to hear of tho first white that frost was a long, man, be he Democrat or Republican. but it fell, and expressed a desire to have lone time who has his children go to school with color- - formed in such copious 'quantities el children, neither have wo ever (Tuesday night that the pumpkin o Stan-Blrheard a colored person express a de- - patch planted and watched by children enter the ley and later nurtured by Black, Matt to have his schools with the white boys and girls. Cohen & Co., must havo been a is not the least bit of llkllhood rowful sight on the morning of tho or anything liko that ever oceuring .rth. o in this state, neither lias any person Tuesday's results should stand as ever beard any one advocate such 10 acre organge grove in the city of Bartow. ' Well ima thing, either white or black. Reptilian living monument to Tommy Rhea's proved. An annual income of $3,000 realized from sale of lican or Democrat. Save that stuff, last epistle sent broi.dcist just prior for tho uext campaign. If sprung to to tho election, tho one In which he i'ruit. Price S1000 per acre. early It Is inoro than apt to "spile," called upon verybody to defeat Ed 200 acres near Lady Lake, some bearing orange trees office-seeke- r Morrow, professional or else be forgotten. on farm. Well improved, on good road, land will grow land chatterbox of cheap politics In Thero were several questions in- - Kentucky, ami for the-- success of all kinds of tropical fruits and vegetables, good corn, cotvolved In the campaign Just closed. i)8mocra(.y an, u ;,itc man's govern-.ha- lf ton, peas, beans, Two cuttings of hay sold for over $1000 of which might huvo proved ', ll0nt j,i ,,m KonlvUy this season. This land grows four crops a year. Price licient to defeat tho Democratic," $75 per acre. , Armsliong ticket In Tuesday's election. Whllo was lucky As , it may bo conceded by many, that ;oMOUK,, l0 g 5 acre grove and truck farm near Altures. Good resiioa,i ,,r pumpkins democratic, Is normally Kentucky .awny ,)ofor(, Imfu a c,uul. dence and an ideal little orange grove. Fine hunting and notwithstanding that fact this olec- -' r fP,1(tl 4tb bit tin Monro's AlrrTlght Heater is substantially a small furnace, 'surrounded iishing near. vtu ,1i11,ir- ..-- - - - Price $2500. Hon demonstrated beyond doubt, that whole patch. by an open casing. The lire put and domo aro solid casting-- , extra heavy, 10 acre, well improved orange grove, near Bartow, no no administration can fill the various filmy bolted together with pure asbestos packing Jn jolntsJusuring tho offices of tho State with any great buildings. On good road. A bargain at $500 per acre. Wo move now, ti'iil des'io that fur- greatest durability. number of Incompotonts. politicians, ther motions bo lUtiltircil out of or Great cleanliness Is assured by tho ash pan apron, which prevents ashes This is onlyl a small part of our holdings in Florida. See men who are playing tho game for David, tho only living por- - falling on the floor when pan is removed, and by dust Hue, which carries us if you want a bargain in Florida Real . Estate as land is . gut out of der, that , what they may bo ablo to all dust up tho chimney. advancing every day. and get away with It. huch trans- it. Jn un ,ltonigcnl u Radiation takes place freely from tho ontlro surface of tho ilro pot and action as the Armstrong affair, ho ,)ack U lliU egg.hhaped dome. MISSISSIPPI. Ilarkness and Bingham tax suits. demonstration Cdmpleto circulation is formed by drawing tho cold air from the floor ' the Sehoo look muddle and other We have all kinds of rich farms and farming land in in through tho openings In tho bottom of tho stovo, when It comes in conmatters which did not show up well ,l"u' Mississippi. We have tracts ranging in size from 100 to tact with the highly heated surfaces of tho lire pot and dome, and is diswas turned on , , , . when tho spot-lig" Wcharged through the upper parts of casing into tho rooms, making a 18,000 acres. This land can be bought very cheap and on '"' by a well informed and fighting ad-- ! circulation and maintaining an even temporuture uverywhere. "' " " ll Wfu "ri,,r or'Matt very easy terms. vorsary. Those together made a heavy a,r ruc,,m f"r u The hereon or casing rests on tho baso and does not eonio in contact ro' effort The tremendous burden. We Offer For Sale: 15,000 acres of Mississippi land, fair inspection 01 me puupiu, iu wuum with the domo or Ilro pot at any point thus allowing for tho expansion and mado by all Democratic speakers to This is a colonization project and will be '.j bottom. records heretofore were supposed contraction of tho highly heated parts, tho nickeled parts aro preserved inject National Issues and questions tho belonged. divided into small tracts and resold. We offer this in from discoloration by heat, ami tho blacking will not burn off. Into the campaign for btato offices, to liavo Wo can make prompt shipment. Soud your orders. tracts of 100 acres and up at $5.00 per acre. also playud a prominent part In I 'OR S.LK. defeat, and is uvldouco, if not One house and lot. For partial a.incliihivB. at loabt to bo reckoned with, that vn Kentucky! when her lars call on Mrs JAMKS LYONS, FORDSVILLE, KY. Hartford, Ky. JAKE WILSON, Manager will Is arrived at doos not undone 19-- lt The Hartford Republican Wanted Turkeys FOR THE THANKSGIVING MARKET lc I ,. i Dundee, Ky., Monday, Nov. 10 Hartford, Tuesday, Nov. 1 1 Centertown, Wed., Nov. 12 Turkeys 25c per lb. , s i un-"th- at of LOUIS T. RILEY, Hartford, Ky. oft-tim- es t il- - LAVAL Speed g, I ut 4 w -- AITEIt-THOCCHT- J. D. Williams (5 Sons , J sor-Tlie- ro .j Florida Orange Groves and Farms For Sale! j V -- j, ,., Moore's Airtight Heater I , ""' - -- con-stu- nt Dom-oarat- ic i FordSYille Planing Mill Co. BAIZE & GtfEEP, Hartford, Ky. ) . . ,i Sirs A. C. Arton visited relatives and near hero with his sister, Mrs. In Centertown, the first of tills week. Dennis AFhloy and Mr Ashley, the 3u9l9K Attention, Men! made . . . manly in fashion. Nowhere will you find more quality, better style. l Mrs. It. P Mies, nftor spending about n month with Mrs. Mnry F. I.llivq. nf lliwlii. returned to her homo In Kansas City, Mo., Monday. latter part of last week, licforo going lo Uwcnshoro, to visit his father unci other relatives. Lieut. Solbcrt was formerly a private Ilcg., K. N. 0. In Co. H , 3rd. The identification mark of good hats . . . finely Rothschild ie.vf IX COUNTV COUKT. Mr. nnil Mrs. Henderson Murpliiee, of Owcnslmro, spent the week end T. II. Hcnton recently riualificd as hero with Mrs. Murphreo's parents, tart collector for Centortown Graded Mr mid Mrs. Itowan Ilolhrook. School District . I). ICdBnr Allen, of lleavor llov. Kills II. Foster has been appointed Dam, paid this offlro a visit yesternnd qualified as Treasurer of the day, while hero attending the Illlilc Haitford Graded School District. Instltutu at the Baptist church. c MUNSING WEAJi ffl " ! " i l PERFECT FITTING UNION SUITS 1 it More Than Mere Underwear ISR! Star Hats See the many new styles and colors; all fust quality. You can't but like them. They're most and wear. desirable to buy w. vMWv 4P J OW.)!1)jiii mi i ii Pi lf L ALL THIS NI5W ONIvS ALL Til 10 TLMK Price UiJ)));iyl pi in : $3.50, $4 and $5 J ! J5igfj325(Sb The Hartford Republican .XOVKMIMHl Mrs. It. II. Martin, of Cromwell, la llt'lll UII IIUI Sllll, till Otto C. Mai tin. and family. 7 ; 1U1!II11UH W(-t- 'l X PC M ! i V-- . uuiaaiUTaay : i Leader One pound Circle Blend Chase 13c &. Sanborno Coffee - I . - a M MM , mV A For tho best lunch on tho shortest notlro go to the Hestaurant of CASEBIEH & TAYL il7t3 ; Mrs. Harry Hoover, of Central City, Aislted her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. Ii Collins, of this place this week. Mrs. V.. II. Shultz will leave Monday for Charlotte, North Carolina, where she will spend the winter. ft T J $ WILLIAMS & DUKE I HAKTFOBD, KV. For all kinds of first class feed at prices most reasonable, see or call E. F. GABUEBT. Siinnydale. Lonnlo Daugherty was recently apMrs. Snlllu Moorman, nftor vlsIUng I). Ilcnnctt and pointed as guardian for Marie Kenwn IloV. mid Mrs. It. other relatives of this place for sev- for the purpose of authorizing the of inarrlago license. eral days, lias returned to hor home, nt .Moorman. The Will of Joseph Kskrldgc, deMesdnmcs 1). II. llarnes, Jnnies ceased, of Kordsvlllc, was probated and ordered to record, Monday. Emol Lyons mid A. B. 1'atc were In was boro Monday nnd Tuesday, whuro Eskridgc, a son of decedent, designated .tb executor without bond. Mrs. llarnes remained for treatment, nl uth City Hospital. Fred I. Burns and others filed a I am expecting to leave In a few petition Monday,, asking for a redays for an Indefinite stay. Parties construction of tho B. W. Hlal PubIndebted to mo will please settle with lic Ditch. It is proposed to make some changes nt both the upper and Miss LIUlu Mm ton, at my office. lower end of tho ditch1 and also to 17-Dr. K. W. KOIID. materially enlarge tho ditch or drain. mm Mr. Lonnlo Daugherty, of Flint PUBLIC SALE. .Miss Mario Kenwn, of Springs and Thursday, Nov. 13, I will sell at Kenfrow, were married in the Court 1 harness horse, 1 good Judgo Mac!; Cook public auction Hall, Mondnv. work horse, 1 marc, 1 suckling coil, performing the ceremony. 1 milch cow, 1 cow and young calf, 1 heifer, 14 shoats, 1 brood sow, 1 lumber All kinds of second-han- d building mntcilal, a lot of fine Ford touring car, John Deere road and wagon, buggy and harness and all shelving, drawers, tables and kindling Foglo buildings, op- kinds of farming Implements, housefor sale, at the hold and kitchen furniture. Sale at posite thu Court House. 10 o'clock A. M. on place knpwn as A. M. BAKNETT. Asa Hodge farm, 1 Y mile from Bea ver Dam. Mr. Walter Creep, former editor of v J. A. LEACH, the Hartford Herald, but now of Mar- tow, Florida, where he is connected lUIUtKD HOCKS & DUKOCS. iwlth a newspaper, returned to that Twenty-fiv- e barred rock cockerels place Tuesday, after spending a few- - weighing from 4 to 5 pounds, ready days here. for service by Jan. 1st, at bargains If taken now. These birds may be D. S. Ilcnnctt, or7 Decatur, Ala. had now for from $1.00 to $3.00, but bus pin chased the residence proper after Jan. 1, will be from ?2.00 to F i ty on Clay Street, owned by S. $5.00. Hlley. Mr. Dennett contemplates re Six fine Duroc pigs, 2' months turning to this place about the first old, eligible to register, at bargains of the pear. if taken now. They are Defenders and farrowed by a mother that pro Mr Joe Miller and family, who duced 1 pigs at tvo farrows. have been residing some three miles JNO. IJ. WILSON. below town, on the Hartford and Hartford, Ky. Centertown road, moved to Hartford DHMOCItATS IX HAKTI'OUD. Tuesday, where they will remain dur ing the winter. Tho Democratic candidates for City Mr. George W. Gano, of Louisville, Council in Hartford, defeated the ReCom publicans by majorities ranging from Insurance representing Fir panies doing business in tlil-- i vicinity,- - h to 15. But little' interest wtvr spent a few days here last week In- shown in tho local "lection. In fact specting property and making reports none at all cnu'd be noticed, in so far as wo d m clod at In:': for classification. Tho succui'fu! (iiiJkiates for City S C. Bena profit reasonable Council werji as follows. Quick sales and to both purchaser and dealer shall bo der, Win. Fair. W. H. Gillespie, P. my motto in all transactions In feed, II, Taylor, C. B. Garden, A. C. Acton. All of the men f.occcil are high groceries and merchandise. 'class gentlemen and gfo-- l business E, F,,GABHEltT, men aml Hartford's affnlrs should in Siinnydale, Ky. 110 wlio suffer while In tho hands of exseason will open Nov. such men at: these. , Wo hereby The Itabblt tend our hand In any and all mattera lfith. Bring all of your rabbits to wo may, in our humble maninc. I will pay a high cash price in which ner, aid in tho progress of our little for them. City,.whilo- being guided by the New LbUIS KILEY. Hartford, Ky. Council. 19t4 3t - Munsingwear is underwear plus. That's why it's called Munsingweuir Each Munsing garment that comet? to our store is backed by the reputation of the makers who for over thirty years have produced undergarments of unvarying quality. ty, Perfection of fit, fine quality, wearability, serviceability For all these dependable features you: can count on the Munsingwear. wasfr-abili- 1& mm- - For each dollar you spend you get your money's worth of Munsingwear service and satisfaction plus the reg utation of the makers. MoNsma tirixtf,f Munsingwear is the ideal fair and winter underclothing. Made for men,, women and children in all sizes. - t Munsingwear is 100 per cent ' right Try a suit and.see Carson (& Co & nariioro, lieniucay. t.l OFFICIAL LEOLA LUCY do you remember her? The Irish colleen, who starred in Gypsy-Lov- e and Mandalay. That is she the one they call the "Irish Soprano." She sings songs for the New Edison, with that pleasant Irish voice which has made her such a favorite on the stage. auburn-haire- d PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS We pay casn every uuy ior & W. K. poultry. uu -- o- dllis uuu. Mrs. Crit Martin, of near Beaver Dam, was a visitor at this office Tues day, Blackmail' for stock. 1C14 Medicated Salt Bricks, W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Miss Edna Black has resigned lior Misses JohIh Holms mid Anna l)a- position as Assistant Editor of the ls, of Owensboro, spent the week-en- d here, tho guests of Miss Myrtle Lash- - Herald, and will resume work as a member of tho teaching profession. i,rm)i for McLean Slio will leave of Bowling county to teach this winter. Mr. Bedford Bean, j 0rcPlli 8net few days recently with Mr. W. I). Smith has purchased relatives at Dundee and Sulphur the residence of Mr. B. Crabtreo, on Springs. Dnlon Street, near the site of the Old Mary Foreman, of Narrows, wator mill. Mr. Crabtreo has Miss the residence property, ownis apeudlng thu wtelv l.cru .vith her Dennett and Mr. ed nnd occupied by Mr. V. C. Elgin, sister, Mrs. Foster on tho comer of Mulborry and Union Dennett. pur-cluiE- PAKKXT-TKACHK- It ASSOCIATION SALE Association Tho will on Saturday, November S, con duct an all day sale at tho Ladles' Best Boom In Hartford. Among tne articles to bo sold are: Hats, and nowly retrimnied trimmed; Shoes. Men's Women's and slightly used; Coats, Children's, Shirtwaists, Dresbes, Sweaters, Trousers, Undorwoar, Furs, Men's Garments, Babies and Children's clothing. Everything must bo sold. Como and see. Parent-Teacher 71r. was In Miss Martella Ciilley. after a few Mrs. E. S. Howard, who has been days visit with her sister, Mrs. Lyman Sani(5. D.irrott. returned to her homo at under treatment at tho Pope tarium n Loulsvlllo, for some time, Monday. Wo have rye and timothy seed In Stanley. Is reported to bo doing nicely. Prof, abundance. Marks, of the Calhoun Howard tells us that the first line, Miss Mary W. E. ELLIS & BRO, in tho flrbt letter received after the High School, spent tho week-en- d for the reinothor, Mrs. T. S. election, was a hur-ra- h Do not purcnaso a buggy until you hero with her ' of last Tuesday. sults family. have seen us. Can save you money. Marks nnd ACTON DUOS. !0t3 Word has been received hero by Archlo C. Johnson, son of Mr. Geo. Mrs. J. A. Tate, that her brother, Johnson, has returned homo from Mrs. It. T. Collins went to has been Akron, Ohio, whorl) he una been em- Dick Taylor Gllstrap, who Wednesday, where she will in tho U, S. Army four and a half ployed for soyie tliuo. for a few days. which years, tho last three of hnvo been spent In Tientfeln, China, is Soft drinks? Yes, wo havo tho sort PltlMllOSE Cream Separators, pronto homo and will likely arrive that will drown your thlist and re- -j guaranteed to do the work. here about tho last of this month. vivo your waning spirits. W. B. ELLIS &. DHO. ictr CASEBIKH & TAYLOR. 17t:i 1 carry a full stock of stuple and T" Mr. S. L. King, of Decatur. Ala. everything found Mr. D. S. Bennett, of Decatur, Ala., fancy groceries and his faml spent 11 few days here with wool; with In a first class, general store, which hero is spending tho ly thu first of tills week. narrowfriends and relatives. He will llko- - 1 have, resolved to Will nt tho est margin of profit cotiblstent with WilllaiiiBon, of 'ly ruturn to his homo tho first oMho Margaret Miss right und Justlco to the purchaser Wysox. spent the week end here, the week. and myself. CJlvo mo u trlul. 4 guest of MUs Winnie D. Slmmei'innn. E. V. GAIIHERT, Mrs. Knima P. Barbour, who luu Sunnydiilo, Ky. good been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. For SUe About 8G acres, south-ea11. Williams and Mr. Williams for a innrovoiiierits. 3 li miles ' ... ..i...,. 11, ,,.11... n.,uiiini.iililn lcnifllt- nf tlmn. n ceo ni- . Lieut. William' Soibert, who served --..- --; ; nf Beaver Dam, oiose iu by Mrs. Williams, returned in Franco as ji member of tho M. P. limited nnd church. to her homo In St. Loufs, MoWcd- - during me war, pug ueeii mtwiiurKuu. HOQKER. W. 18t4p - Lteut, Sclbcrt spejit a'few days hero "Beaver Dam, Ky. ncbday. st J. D. Cooper, of Fordsvllle, Hartford on business, Streets. " Tho Edison "Ofllcial Test" of one of her recordings before It She yvas released to the public. stood bcsldfl The Now Edison nnd sang. Then suddenly sho ceased and Tho Now Edison sang tho song alone. Was thero any differoncc? The listening Jury of experts said thero was no illrt'eronco and tho recording was passed as 'OMcial" of Leola literal Lucy's voice. Docs PI1I1I1 wvz,.-mv- . :K?SSSr TminnMl Wl: Iff iraifi&i Wm Wi I ' TAX PAYERS -- this seem unbelievable I NOTICE! This is the last call for' taxes before the" penalty goes on. Don't delay, pay now and save more than 6 per cent in penalty, as well as fees for levying, advertising &c. S. A. kRATCHER, to you? If bo, let us give you tho proof musical evidence i.iur nnva will lwllnvn nnil lion- - umentnry evidence bound to nccept. mind Is jfrfjjp III mm BTS "The New Edison1if deserves thirty minutes of your timo. Wo guarantee to givo you a delightful halt hour of music. Wo shall not Importune you to buy. When may we see you at our store? 19t4 Sheriff Ohio County. c 1 FA KM HALE. wa"""" i Three fourths of a nillo from Kimbloy Mines, 3R acres all tillable except acio. Good laud, will good 6 room produco anything, dwelling, fair bum, lots of fruit, a springs. Price $1,500 to sell auick- ly. D. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. j 19t3 a OLDHAM, Ky. Equality, i , "V 7 .. FORMER POLITICAL RUMOR IS REVIVED WRIGLEYS 5 5 5 c a package Wood-Goodric- h Dinner Party Starts Talk For 1920 Ticket. tunny hni been naked Jo send n commission to Paris to plfiu thr-- protocol and attend tho formal rmlflrnUon of tho treaty, The Supremo Council has completed Its reply to the Hulgnrlnu re- quest for changes In the peace treatv and will probably submit It to tho Ituigarliin representatives tomorrow, mantlng ten days for the signature. ('(Ills! Ipiltloil. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COUltT. Judge It. W. Slack, Owenaboro. C. B. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Miutcr Commissioner Otto C. MarIlKAVKIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno?. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. K. Stevens. before the war c a package Vtrtf during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 1. Tho recent visit to Indlnnnpnlls of Muj (Jen. Leonard Wood, during which stay he was the guest of former United States Senator Albert J. has caused qulto a stir In political circles. Added significance to tho visit which also added to the rumors going the rounds was occas-limeby a little dinner party given nt tho Washington buulovnnl residence of Mr. Uevcrldge. Oov. James 1 Goodrich was the third momb.T present nt tho dinner, and since this llttlo gathering there has been reh vived tho tnlk of a nntltinal ticket for the G O 1 At one time In national politics there was considerable talk of Wood for President with Goodrich ns his running mate, but until the Indlannpolls visit llko of this ancient rumor has not been gossiped. According to latest reports, however, a number of those In close touch with tho situation declare that it is extremely posg in this sible that some may he expected during direction the winter months. Wood-Goodricwire-pullin- Hev-erldg- o, Most laxatives and cathartics afford only temporary rcllfe and should bo used only for that purpose. When permanent relief you want lake Chamberlain's Tablets nii'l lie '.ire ful to observe tho directions with each package. These tablets nut only movo tho bowels, but Improtp tho nppetlte m and strengthen the dlgoMlon. m PIMl'KliP.SS IIAPSItl'lU; .IKWPXS AKK STOLEN Gncvn, Nov. 1, The famous Flor- entine diamond of 1"9 carats, ono'of the most highly prized heirlooms In Kurope, has been stolen, together with sixteen other priceless jewels of tho Hnpsburg crown collection. A Vienna dispatch says the authorities there are convinced tho Jewels were smuggled across the Swiss border by members of the Hnpsburg family and are now on deposit with Swiss banks. ECG-A-DAY HEN TONIC Are your hens a paying wronosition? Etnrs are hich- ' ei today than ever before in , I'rogMs 14 11 '- -4 FARM DEPARTMENT. licepiiiK Closely in Touch Willi Market Conditions. Farmers who sell vegetables or other farm produce to consumers or retail stores find that taking pains to inform themselves on the ccmdIMon of the market is very much worth while. Frequently a telephone i or referemi' to the local rupcr will revai a rietiiaml oi lack ot that seriously affects the value of a product. The Information so obtained may suggest a delay In taking the produce to town, a pel give the seller a considerably better price Jn advertising goods for delivery through parcel post it Is particularly important that the farmer keep cloo-l- y in touch with the demand1 and To tastes of prospective customer advertise goods at the wrong time is to throw away money. To offer them for sale at the most favorable time and at proper prices means getting the largest returns for labor and Investment, .- ' , bo confined on account of bad weather, provide a good straw litter in which their grain This will give feed may bo scattered. them exercise and keep them InterestWhen chickens that ed and healthy. If the chickens must have been accustomed to free range are closely confined, this frequently chocks their devlopmcnt for the time being unless they are made contented in their new quartors. y.. KwriiY op r.vrn.K ... - IS r.VDIMINISKI) The department of agriculture reports that the world's supply of cat-tl- e is approximately what it was at tho outbreak of the war. Herds In western Kurope have diminished but this has boon made up by gains Exports are of tho countries. opinion that because of lack of money In European countries oxports of moat from America will not uxcood pre war figure. lOltKIGN TltAIti: GltOWS. tho year ending Aug. 31 U. S. with foreign countrloH, Includtrade ing exports anil Imports, amounted to tho dopart-niuover $10,048,000,000, of commerce announces. for tho year woro $7,415,000,-00- 0 and impoits woro $3,233,000,-luuvlii- i: a balanco In favor of this Tho $4,182,000,000. country of year's commerce showed u marked Increase over that of lam year, llo- Tlio btriko loaders havo gono the wrong way about It to olnvlnco the g .American people of the Justlo of "Knr nt Ex-por- ts to .minimi ir l'uiiv.i Goodrich has failed history of the COUlitl'.Y his boom for the presidency, especial- - L.A They will bring a better price y since the friends of Senator Watson arc pushing his claims ahead of those this winter. of the governor with marked success pays big dividends to This has left but one field and one conchoice on the part of Mr. Goodrich. keep them in first class so the rumor goe, and that is for him dition. to tack on to a live wiro and try to See that they have one ride through to the vice presidential of Egs-a-Da- y nomination. It will be remembered that at the Hen Tonic mixed with their last national convention of the Ko-- , ,i i..,nn ;,- - ti ,nol. v.v.n ium iiiivjv; initio publican party the Indiana delega- j.i;i;ii tion shouted Itself hoarse for Charles watch results. W. Fairbanks to lead the ticket For sale by Then there was a turn to the Hughes A. C. Leach, Koslnc, Ky. forces at tho right time and it Is but C. K. Crowder, llorton, Ky. llH 1)1)0110(1. . ...... .. a 157 HlttllW. ti mnllnr nf tllatnrV wll.1t A. W. Willis, Hartford, It. 1. Close observers of the political ma A. W. Mldklff, Sulphur Springs. chinery declare that for the next six C. C. King, Dundee. months some lively "politics" are to Peter Crowder, Stinnydalc. be played at the Hoosier metropolis, F. Kenfrow & Co., Narrows. and that there Is every Indication Laws & Harrison, Narrows. It. 1. pointing to Governor Goodrich to the L. ('.. Morton & Son. Centertown. vice presidential nomination lastead Wallace &. Porter, Cromwell. strictions on American trading with . w Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky " foreign countries are now almost en- - ' Another question being asked is: tirely removed. With the exception .. -! ....fl.. .n.ll..v ..'lit. Till- - wii.it ni.i.iit Albert J. Ueveriduc? Is oi cerium ann-ic- . ..... ....I.... ii uumiib...I Anctrin he to stage another comeback? What JOHN WHITE & CO. -- ,. -": ,,. h: for the future? : ".-:.LOUISVILLE, KY. ...... aro . nomicm may nun uc caincu un ... .. Has he made his peace with the Liberal attortmtnt vuuiai export licenses. powers mat no hi mu hciuiiih-.iand full value paid WfaZr2mzKGS. party of Indiana? There is no quesMIIil.IO.NS POll GOOD ltOADS. kmU mm PBMsrr tion but that Mr. Ueverldge still has Hides and n stroni: following in me uousiei i i...ii.i... political!) Coat Skins States for 1919 state, but he was buried gram In the I'nltrd ho came out as the Progressive is probably the lnrgest .n the history when says the Nation's Bus- candidate for governor. of the world, limit Orator. ii iness. The expenditure for road It is generally known that the if. likely to Mm u.tr 'i for of the party in Inreach $500,000,000, including $':09,- - Goodrich element very friendly o diana has never been 000,000 voted at the last session .Mr. Heveridge. but what does Congress. Plans havo been made for with confab the construction of continuous high- a produced a running from one large moan? Indiana never way systems Albert J, Uevcr marketing center to another, regard greater orator than great friend to ldge. Ho was a 's of sUlo lines. Theodore Roosevelt; he has taken an active part in the campaign for the AM) WKS SAWED WOOD. Koosevelt memorial In Indiana and parts of the In has made speeches in all Ves Whittle, u teamster down state recently; ho Is the same drawLowell, Ark., was so patriotic during ing card as of old. and political dop-stethe fall of 19 IS. before tho Hun was can soo but one hand writing on finally vanquished, that ho put a Heverldgc wagon for tho wall and that is that mortgage on his team and is to bo welcomed back into the par$!i0 and bought War Savings Stamps ty. Just what his Initial task Is to o In his desire to do his duty to tho considerable speculation, Some thought Wes was be lends to Government. guess that Uevcrldge will be doing more than his financial but a one of the stato's campaigners for the strength warranted. Hut he just 1'. O. P. during the next election went down in the woods, cut up fuel G. When company comes smacks of logic nt this time. and sold It In the Lowell Market there is no time to and the mortgage was soon lifted waste no chances to Now Wos is buying inoro stamps, be taken so mother I ho realizes their value and finds sees that there is always a can of ho can save. and Children tt-g- N ...... tt Sl.w that Governor very far in! tle It j : .,,! 1st Monday In March i a days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. In July 13 days 1st Monday Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Mondny In Scptorubor Civil. ford, Ky". 4th Mondny In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Com'th. and Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTV COUIIT. Ky. Moots first Mondny In each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslncv Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Atl'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Ulnnkenshlp. er Dam, Ky. S. A. Uratcher. Shcrin Dlv. No. C Nnt Llndley, Center-tow- n, Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday to Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. Mondny In April; in February: Surveyor C. S. Mozley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. ltodgers. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st Monday In December FISCAL COUltT. County Hoard of Examiners 1D13 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C. Ellis Saudc-fu- r, October. W.-Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school x Route 3. Hartford. xX 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. er Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Itli District G. W. Itowe, Center-tow- Boaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May 1C nnd 17 County teachors (Whlto) Hartford. V. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . examination. 5th District County teachers' Mny, 23 and 2 0th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District U. F. Hlce, Fordsvllle. June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stnto 8th District 11. C. Rhoades, Hart teachers examination (white) Fordsford, Route D. vllle. Juno, 27 and 2S County nnd HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Institute. July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. nnd Sopt., 19 nnd 20 County ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (whlto) Ch'm'n. Hoard Jntnes Wilson. Hartford. Sopt. 2C and 27 County nnd State Clerk Rushing Hunt. cachers" examination (colored) HartPolice Judge John T. Jackson. ford. Marshal Will Lungford. tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Kuml Hartford. FimDSVllXK. Ch'm'n. Board W. K. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. KesBlnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR, County Hoard of Kdiicatlon. E. S. Howard, S. S.O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M.'Hoovor, Hart- Cal P. Keown, 20. lt n. 1 7-- Mothers ot " WILL YOU. TAKE OUR I use GERMINAL REMEDY A iim.. AiWrejft Veritui C k:. ... :::: ' :,:.;; ."' !.. .,., h 4$ j T f3f T J ue rw Jrl if r mw:3 HIA i Trulrami WEAK for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION .,..,, MRS Til A quick rclirl lor that tired, rundown frellac. couehi, palne In clutl. nltftl iwran. Iieraor .kipei. weak lunrt or con.umption. K it ooeaaethclp you II co.la you nolMnt. FOR ONE MONTH ( icLKUMDo:,e A Safe. OHIO MEDICAL GO, Remedy for Worms yparV contlna. Serentj.flfe nu. ut U Ihi tir.t tf.llmunl.il KItKY'S VKHM1FUOK call oiler con-sfr.c- Wefl'medl Krpa bottle always on hand. It will help krrp tli Utile onra lif.ilUiy. c. a bottle at jnur It or (trnrral fl.fa dealer can't atore; oryou aupplr jour end hl name and 2)0. lu aUinipa luppjarul and we'll tend rroiopUj. jou. drn. 3 IprJ ' I Ju a bottle E. & S. FREY MD. EScfrlc Bitters Every Woman uihii inif.r rfrrr.mm,.iwriat BALTIMORE Succeed wfcen everythlnr; else fails. In nervous prostration ncd female .veoknesse tlicy ate the sujtrt:me femed, oi thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggis"'a counter. MY. HEAD! head feels When the rs TZk thick or adieu, wlicn one feels all ont-of-sor- WaiiiH ts pcrhn).s a ooa tongue is the signal ted MiBBrliaJHTBKltil3tl FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE it Dif uolvcd in water for douche mation.- that poisons are accumulating in tho system, and should ho cleaned out can he hest ascribed to our own neglect or carelessness. When tho organs fail in the discharge of their duties, the putrefactive germs set in ami generate toxins aettial poisons, which fill ono's own body. Sleepiness after meals, Hushing of the face, extreme lassitude, biliousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of tho stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, n'nemia, loss of weight and muscular power, of vitality or lowering of resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of the eye, dyspepsia, indigestion, gastritis, many forms of catarrh, asthma, ear affections and allied ailments result from Auto-intoxicatiso atopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamRecommended by Lydia E. Finkhnm Med. Co, for ten ypart. A healing wonder for narnl catarrh, ore throat and (ore eye Economical. Hai rlliaordinary CASTOR For Infants Always bears the Signatuic of A cviA t7... (n. m.il. Th PailiT c.1f i Cmmuv. rlcaoiing anj iirrinicklal twwrr. :... - . .ii .1 i1. Donon. Mm, y $2,000 l.ltllK.l. STOLEN; SUOO KEWAIM) In Use For Over 30 Years OPI i:mci Woodbury, N. J.. Nov. 1. Somebody has stolen a $2,000 brldgo beIt was TIIL'I'K VIOLATIONS longing to Monroe Township. MUSt UK MADK GOOD built across Great Egg Harbor HIvor. of $200 Is offered for Its A reward recovery. Paris, Nov, 1. Demand will bo intulu of Germany that all violations PKMININK KLOQl'KNCK. of the armistice shall bo made good upon by the re-- , This has been decided "Stop, look and listen." The fluctive man stopped to read tho rail- Supreme Council, which has completed the protocol to tho German treaty road warning. Tho protocol provides that "Those three words Illustrate the shall surrender cruisers and whole scheme of life," said ho. dostroyors to ropluco those sunk at "How?" You ston. Seupa Plow, and also surrender float- Vim una ii nrnttv L'lrl. Vim look. After you marry her you! lug dry docks, llghtors, trains, tug nml other nuvul equipment In value to liiiinn " -- Country Gentleman. battleships dethat of tho first-clawhich Germany can not Over 700 trained missionaries and stroyed, other Christian workers havo gono There is no provision in tho protoout from tho Uaptlst Woman's TrainLouisville, Ky., to en- col us to luiw the warships and iitivnl ing School at .ong tho gage in active Christian servico in all supptis' shull he divided allied and associated powers. Ger- world. parts of tho Gor-inuss m CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, "her reputation as a cook must and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She Awws it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. at once. USELIVVER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o . Constipation. Peel rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay c8 from work for days by taking calomel keeps yod when pleasant Liu- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troujn )o. Safer too, and easy to take. Vorit tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, demises Bya tcm and relieves constipation. A nat-urremedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results, lr won't bo long beforo Lie Vc-La- x win completely displace calomel in ever) home. i. Children can take it freely un with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None genuine without tho likeness und 6lprn.tr turo of L. K. Grigsby, For sulo by r I, U, iVILXlAilU, . ilrtlpr Kj al Calumet contains only 6uch Ingredients as have been approved officially by the if. S. Food Authorities. wtin von fcav It. Vo Ton lit voea yon ute w. Take castor oil, or procure at tho drug store, a pleasant vegetable laxative, called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, composed of aloes and jalap, May-appl- e, Hartford Ilcriubllcuii, $1.50 per year l- :i f "IK l foronco. Naturally Oormnny will FINDS DIPHTHERIA domltiato the lcai;uo. Sovoral Gorinnn newspapers nrn IS EASY TO HALT HOLDS IN IN ITALY support Iiib tin) scheme, InrluilliiR the official IJavarlan orpin, tho Haor-luch- o StnntHeittiiiKi which sn9, "Tho nllles have refused to admit Germany Germs Can Be Defeated In Final Outcome in Doubt to tho LeaRiio of Nations. That Is Most All Cases Says nil rlRht, hut wo nre roIiib to crcato May Lead to Gravc ' "G j m an opposition League of Nations to Dr. McCormack Complications. C?f which nil tho people which passed through tho flro to social involution V v will ho admitted." I.ouisvlllo Herald. Home, Nov 1. Kven the moM. The Germans aro rclliiK on SoDeaths from dlptherla germs can saiiKUluo (if optimists ran not ilony cialist support in the allied countries. bo prevented In practically every caso Hint flit) Hlttiiitlou In Italy N hccoin-InTs'o place or date for the creation of more serious ovory day. Clalirlulo tho. now LonKtiu of Nations Is an- of exposure, according to Dr. A. T. McCormack, of tho Stato Ilonrd of D'Aiiniiiizln's huailstroiiB Initiative nt nounced. Health. plarctl Italy In "Im passu," mm Vliimo has "There Ls no need to fear this disa orltnhln iluatllork, tlio ultliiiiito Only a Colli. ease, nor to linagino that because an Ih more than iloiihtful of which epidemic Is now prevailing thruout and may lead to oven moro serious Aro you 111? Is often answorcd the country, ono must live in mortal complications. I International "Oh It's only a. cold," as If n cold exposure to the genua of tho I) iuiiiiuIo proclaims his was a matter of llttlu consequence, fear of and Iiiih aunt hul people are beginning to learn that dlsoaBo and consequent death," said (iter Fluino tin ishri's to the litloH of Dalinntia. a common cold Is a matter not to hu Dr. McCormack. "If a physician Is railed and tho Kpal.itn, Trail, ItiiKiixa and Sehunlco, trifled with, that soiuu of thu most nf purely serious diseases start with a cold. antitoxin administered as soon ns a all peopled by suhjects i'iH'tl;ui Mood, nnnoiincliiK his In- As soon as the first Indication of a chihl or any other parson becomes tention to iecuo tliiMii from the cold appears tako Chamberlain's affected with soie throat, accompa "Invasion." thifatened Jiiku-SIiiCough Itemedy. Remember that the nied by white pntchos insldu the He has at his disposal a force of j8()onPr vou ,,ut r,i ()t our co,j tnc mouth and throat .the chances aro al10,000 r'Kiilnis, which Is dally In- - ,.SH tM0 ,iUIiKCr. and this remedy will most a hundred to ono that ho will Copyright tmlir recover. cre.isltiK, owing to tho Influx of vol- - i,eli you to throw It off. in It. J. Itcyuoldi Tobacco Co. Inriiii'iiii Vol Kenred. of whom are officers unleers, tnot you'ft Axraitmf your nny-B"Not a slnglo death was reported find red of noteworthy icputatlons. In addl Tin: c.wiyv.ia'x critiosirv. certainly get yours when you lay your smol:ecard3 on tho table, Una,toppv red bags, tidy And handsomtt pound in rases where the antitoxin was adHon, this force Is siippleinented by a halt pound tin Tiunrrfors for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a and that classy, practical ships. fliet composed of first-clas- s (;,.7Hes in regions Just Invaded ministered In the first stages of the crystal makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count poundtpongo glass humidor with by the D.inte Allghlere, Italy's MV whlto men appear to have put In disease." nosener top headed of your smolcestunts ! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies that keeps Prince Albert t ttt Tho danger of an epidemic of inpowerful drc.idnnught. nio-- t such perfect condition much time trlng to make out what awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for the Element or Itoiiiaiiie. these strange cieatures were about, fluenza this fall Is thought by physicians generally to be negligible. Only f packing I Itnllnns belleo tlicio Wliat man is doing is eer of first two deaths from this cause were reFoniethlng significant In the fac' tli.it j1IMtUnco to tho long-live- d grizzly Tall: about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your the bhsKct battleship to go over toj,ns inl(rcst i i,8 Hiirroundliigs ap- - ported in tho stato during tho past smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your w eok. tlic niptors of Flume should bear the1)pan) t )c renter tnun tj,al r t,0 contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of This condition la attributed to tho name of the poet who pliophetlrauy nnrni?i nnrkim. At nnv rate, the Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process that mapped out the boundaries of ltal, g.lzzly shows better knowledge of oxtromo measures of care exercised by Jts out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's cigamaking I hem oxt"inl from tho Al'is the hablLs of human beings than pco - tno. "ul,,,c Rurally and by school rette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard ! Prince Albert .,. ....,. nilniblcnt 'n partlcu- a"l""" to tho Gulf of Inurn.iro. f the habits of bears. is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular call , lht, curiosity 0f tho Idle; Tlils adventure, the adventure of a j lns (i W,,M""I Agaln-- i CiiiiiumI (Joo-N- . soldier-poe- t who takes Into his hands ,,, Krzzy s llot ,,rynB nto tho of- Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a Ti, ,,,,!,,,c nns also l,ec" warned the destines of a whole country of others for mere pastime, but jimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke aKaln"; si'c hotiillvntis germ which la mnartlng under the sting of what It ,s tnccnieii M, f!ir as these af- pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation believes to bo tho "Inexplicable ob- - fars may ,ccnt or harm liTm. His 'fo,,ml ' canned goods impioperly put to the joys of smoking. Miliary of Wilson." possesses the cle- - 1h tll0 nt0Kcnt curiosity of a mind ,"'' T,1G Slato ,l0!,r'' f Health now meats of hhtorlal louinnce. In fact. 8,.C,,1K rct8. j0Mt r tho time he ,s IrI,a,ing a statement which will N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sale! B'vc" wl(le l"'HcIty urging It would bo hard to find something-- k.a(Is a sntary life; he rarely .caut,n aBainst this germ It In tho whole litem- cianf.e8 (ioa8 or information with U l8 t0 ,,c ffMmI '" ,rt'Jt'1 rasc3 In our children would ture of Dumas or Sir Walter Scott ot,or hoars. Most animals live In be educated in activity in every form of road build- ed that tho decrease In distance doca , """"s-canne- d goods and resembles things that are really fundamental ing, Hut the war seems to have accustom-- ,wlrs or ,Ioc;H an,j, caci, Kathcrlng and since nearly all public roads not materially increase tho steepness cd Mio world to strange surprises. information Tor all, they divide sen-- , Ptomaine poisoning, to some extent. and vital in character and life. This are laid out originally as earth roads, of the grades. single-hande- d It appenra that I)'nnun:.lo intends! Unc (luty. tho js,,c" canned goods should be cook-t- o is humane education. tho Bureau of Public Roads of tho Land lines should be followed only mm hold Flume until tho end of time Krzziy tmlgt KCt ti,0 news, must scout c1 mcr '"Tore using, according to the United States Department ot In so far as this may bo done without 'a(lv,co of tno health authorities. Is considering despite minors that ho ILLINOIS ("OAIj OPKItATOIl Iar ,m,elf. He Is ever on tho watch, the bearing that tho loca- decreasing the usefulness of the road, Mtrrcndering tho city because tho , ,a nothing blindly, and he simply '"' McLormack, who returned yes- liKADS OKK WITH S:JI,()00 tion and design of dirt roads have on or increasing Its ultimate cost. . terday from a meeting of tho Amer populnco Is becoming alarmed overjlml!)t understand, future highway improvement. In loAvoid the necessity for subsequent ican Public Health Association at tho food shortage At any rate, the I Any un,l(U,ai occurrence amuses The first largo gift to tho Uap-ti- cating and designing public loads the changes in location. Such changes re-- , New Orleans, whero he was chosen a poet h.is announcud that he will 75 Ayillon Campaign from that following considerations Krtzzl.8 cllrosIty. and Is to hint "a should bo nearly always work hardship on sora? main In the city until the Nlttl Mln- - Uumj ,0 th0 wise." Ills success lies member of the executive committee portion or Illinois which cooperates borne In mind: of thoso who have built homes along" str fnlls. Hut Nlttl appears to ho Sharp curves should bo avoided constant alcitnoss. He might well and chairman of tho section on public with tho Southern Haptlst Conventhe original highway e(iiall ueiorinineii 10 noiii uu io mu he likened to a frontlet siuan; he has health administration, said that the tion is $30,000, niado by C. M. Was-sothey are a. menace to traffic. preinlcrshlii, nnd ns tho chances aro that painstaking vigilance, that un comontlon had discussed tho botulls-mu- s ot Harrisbuig, a coal operator The width should bo ample for vegorm us one of the principal top- and one of the most active and hicles to pass each A DOLLAR SAVED. that he will succeed at this time, he tiring energy, which seeks to discov other without leavls hurrlng up tho elections, which er whethor tllL, strango Hack, sound. ics. prominent laymen of that state, Dr. ing the traveled way. m aro duo to lane piaco uarij m L. It. Scat borough, general director, or displacement Is tho camouflage If a road over becomes of any conFor a limited time we ofember. i Stop coughing! You rack the Iuiik announces. Only a small per cent siderable importance, its users probawhich conceals the enemy or If It be The one thin that .prevents Hal a clue which will lend to something and worry the body. Uallaids of the Baptist churches of III., are bly will demand, that all the steeper fer our readers the Louisville attempting to forco DAiiniipnzio out.1 of mlvantiige. He at once endeavors Syrup checks Irritation, heals Identified with the Southern Con- grades bo reduced to the lowest max- Daily Herald and The HartIs tlio rear ol uiooiisaeo. i no jtigu-- i to find out all that may ho learned the lungs and restoies comfortable vention, hut they have gladly assum- imum that would conform to the genford Republican both one Slavs have maed troops around about it. breathing. Prico 25c, 50c and $1.00 ed the task ot raising $1,200,000 in eral topography of the region which year for $5.50. To get adFlume, and they desire nothing bet Knos A. Mills. In "The Grizzly, Our per bottle. Sold by Ohio County the campaign. the road tiaverses. . ter than to see a bloody battle be- Greatest Wild Animal. Drug Co. e. Lot the road planners remember vantage of this low rate you ni ' tween loa! Italian battalions and mkat ni:ciaiii:i) a cuksi:. that aside from the advantage to traf- must be paid in advanced It would D'Aununzlo's soldiers. T IIKTTKIC fic of a short route, each inilo of adiu:tti:ii siui:s iiuivi: is them the opportunity for which OKK THAN ItU'll HKATII12N ItAlSING K.UM STANDAKDS At tho International conference of ditional road involves a considerable The rule applies to both new they have been patiently awaiting, n women physicians held recently in oxtra yearly expense for maintenance, and old subscribers. chance to rush Into the city while Chicago, Nov. 1. "It is easier to Now York, Dr. Graham Lusk, profes fund this alone may warrant tho exOne of tho reactions from tho Send your order to The the two Italian elements were ton "Iletter Sires Hotter Stock" cam- sao thi) than It Is to sor of physiology at Columbia uni- tra expense of shortening tho routo lmsy slaughtering ono another to paign is its tendency to raise tho gen-or- save tho sleek tight-fiste- d millionaire versity, declared that "meat was tho when tho road is constructed, provid- - Hartford Republican. ofter any serious icslstanco to a farm standards of all pnitlcl-pant- s. who nover had a Christian notion In curse of the Amoilcan nation and third foico. tho foundation for tho high cost of Tho farmer who ls actively his life." Disliop Thomas Nicholson throw living." Dr. 13. V. MncColluin, n Interested In impioving the quality Surgeons agrco that In cases of of his llvo stock by careful breeding this bomb luto the nillllonairo camp woman phslcian of Baltimore, as ITW cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds the finds that from it he gets Indirect, dining nn address to tho Hock Ither serted that unless tho consumption of first' treatment Is most Impoitant. as well as direct, bonoflts, for tho pub- conference of tho Methodist episcopal meat is reduced and fresh, green veg t F?. When an efllclont antiseptic Is up. lic usually has added coufldencu in Church. etables substituted, tho nation would piled promptly, there Is no danger of the products that ho offers for snlJ. "Tho world doesn't need moro be isttcd with some sort of plague Net Contents 15PhridDraclmv Infection and tho wound begins to r. To possess the official emblem 1,0- - knwoledgo," said , tho bishop. "It such as beriberi or pellagra. It is a heal at onco. For iiho on man or stowccl by the United States Depart-me- needs power to llo up to tho mistaken idea with tho poor, Dr. Mac- beast, Horozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic For Infants and Children. of Agriculture on thoso nioilrd knowledgo It already nas. The only Colluui stated, that meat is an essen and healing agent. Huy It now and m tho "Hotter Sires Iletter Stoi k ' medicine for recalcitrant capitalists tial food; many poor peoplo aro un Price rnmpnlgn, pretty generally Is an in- and bo ready for an emergency. d Holshovlks Is tho derweight bccniibo of moat eating. 25c, 50c, $1.0(1 and $1.50. Sold by dication of sin nnd its sVulmals fed on meat glow prema tho holder has straight doctilno that m Ohio County Drug Company. turely old, whereas thoso fed on dairy high standards, not only with legnrd wages." -foods anil vegetables tlulvo, she said to cattle, shcop, hogs, and other stock i:. - . y. 13 tz DAI) HAD Till! Ql'ICKKST WIT. rtu"M Irregular bowel mociuents lead to hut with regaid to all else that he at PEIl CENT. raises. Tho sign "Purebred Hull Us- chronic constipation and a constipat- "KL'OAHLKSS" (iOVillt.NOIt y AVciiclablcPrcparationforAs- For half an hour father had been ed on This Farm" means to tho av- ed habit fills tho system with impuriMAKKK VAIX APIMIAL similnlinUicroodbyRula- led tiling sou on tho evil of luto nights erage passer-b- y that thu farm so ties. Herblno Is a gicat bowel reguliniMhcSlomaflnnna: uowcl and Into arlslngs In tho morning. New York, Oct. 25. Govornor marked Is progressive and prosper- lator. It purifies tho bystem, vita, "You will, novor amount to any- ous, mid its output Is of good quali- llzcs tho blood and puts the digestive Smith telephoned fmm Albany to a thing." said he, "unless you turn ty. organs In flno, vlgoious condition friond hero today that tho execuTfiPrehi'PromoUui5Ducstiort over a now loaf. Homeinhor, It's mm Prico CO c. old by Ohio County tive mansion was without sugar and n,..nrr,iinp.indRcst.ContliA ' tho worm.' .-tho early bird that catches 1)1 UK co. in asked him to obtain toil pounds for This Means You. neither Opium,Iorphlnenor "Yes," bald tho other, "but how m tho uso of hlb family. It could not When you get up with a had tasto Mineral. Not Naugotic did ho get about tho worm? What A UllKAT IXVKSTMKXT. bo purchased in Albany, ho said. in your mouth, u dull t Ii oil feollug, jMoSDcsiHmmam for tinning out so early?" Commissioner of Markets Day was no relish for food and aro constipat"My boy," came tho answer, "that ed, you may know that you need a No lover of his country can better appealed to, but ho was unable to MSrw Jtx)uL',SaXl foolish worm hadn't been to bed; ho dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Thoy iu vest his money for his countiy's comply with tho govornor's requost way home." vas on his not only causo an ngreeablo movement future than to put, It into tho woilc or suggest a market whofo sugar mm Lawlessness, could purchased. HurnStJ of tho bowels, but cleanse nnd in- of humane education. vigorate tho stomach and Improve tho vloleuco, strife, strikes, lockouts, boym cotts, class animosities, thoso symp- CLKKKS CALL STKIKI1 digestion. A (.Mnfiil Remedy for FOR FLETCHER'S toms of a diseased social order wero FOR RK.IIT TO SMOKIJ tJ Constipation and Diarrhoea. DAKINti COMPANIES novor so common this side tho bea as (JIV11.V PUNISH MKXT IMjANS TO KOUM Tho war bus heon In part New York, Oct. 21. Nearly 200 UillUMAXV T.nss of Sleep U i .r.L.r,ti.ifilnianij'. ,' responsible for this. War nover clerks of tho Maritime Underwriting u:agui: ok nations reSUllinsuivrim; of Four largo baking companies df lenses behind it any higher ideul of Agency hero went out on strlko to3akW fcc Simile Signature Munich Columbus, 0 havo been lined $1,000 civic righteousness than that which day. Gonenva, Nov. 1. Tho The inon demand a 30 por cent correspondent of tho Journal do each and costs for violating tho anti- preceded it; rather does it pull down day In salnry, an eight-hofclECENTAUl Goww JOenovo announces that Germany, In- - trust law In combining to fix tho prico all tho Ideals with which men TtUl and tho privilege of smoking during Into it League of Nations of broad. In addition to tho fines 'tends to found a Leave out of our public schools office hours. with tho tho companies woro assessed a penal, of Its own, In competition ,'tacw ty of $5 fur each day tho illegal a largo part of whut now consumos Salaries aro said by tho strikers to allied league vLy Tho Germans uro trying to obtain prices woro maintained and ordered tho tlmo of toucher and pupil and range from $10 tor bookkeepers to of Husslu, Austria, to lower the prico of brcud to what quicken In tho hearts of thu scholurs $40 for moro responsible positions. tho 9' Tinnimrv. and evontuauy itaiy aim it was boforo tho combination was the Idea of justice, fnlr play, humani Exact Copy of Wrapper. toa CITT THC CIHTftUH COMMNT. HI y penal- - ty, and human kindness, and not only OAKK IX PiaXXIXd ROADS. Jnnan. In addition to ull tho smaller ontorod Into Tho com-- 1 would the future of the country be dissatisfied new states which disagree ties amounted to $1,500 for each 'safeguaideil fiom many a peril, but In view of tho present widespread With tho decisions of tho Paris con- - pany. FIUME DEADLOCK W&ww jt fLjmr iJmf$ Wffl j of a cigarette! Joy smoke makes a whale national K la-s- ue i v J I KOU ( . "" I frs 0y ex-,'- ... j,t Agrlcul-cmphaslz- es i . i st J se n, . Horr-IIoui- ul -- nf-fo- nl DOW.V-AXD-OC- down-and-out- er al 1 fcf ' ''' nt I iiiiiiii I RAvTflii wussra vnvB Genuine red-fiste- Mothers Know That iy" Cassia Always Bears the Signature of m In Children Cry CASTO R Use to-da- y. BnfltBVW' For Over en-tei- ur Thirty Years GASTORIA $50-a-du- a CHIMIjVO. Wr Dldc Howe, who ha .... ...- - Inf j, sianr Cimtortown, has moved to Mtt In Imown ns the Mclntlro farm. has returned 3Ar A T TVtarrJs Jmmp ftci spendlnB several daa nt nndr noar Hockport. rulnllv anil Mrs Henry Howe mid i5r little iltHiRli'.nr of Hockport, spent Va.unny null Sunday with their Mr and Mrs. Welsle Howe. Jlra K K Eiidnley has returned l)UKi:iIl!ltST. alter nttendliiK the grand iit tatlKition last week. V. I1. Cornell and son, Itay, r. 'Mr m.i juts, iivrnn .Miulilox. of .., nn "VIH sttna, n ...ioi,o0 lllrM iw.ro inf 'who havo been working in the oil & VUMC ' f" I Kill UKHU fields in Texas, arrived hero Thur.i- TMr 'Cecil Cundlff, of Cleaton, Is day to visit tl'Glr hew Jnnop and litvrtd&bnp hls'lirother, Mr. William Ctin- - , Mr. and Mr. A tclii-tivtle i.i. of Ci'tiN'go. aro hero, and at llartfo'-.l- . 3lss Margaret Hunter lias returnMrAnderson Meadows and son ed toomu after vlsltliiR relatives at and s'ler. Miss l.ula Hoover, of Ow- City, ITtlca, Mantanzas and Icnalxro liuve been spe'idlnj; the past JSntOlhoHK. Mr. JJr siml Mrs. Welsle Howe, who 'seven j days Cwith their ofwronts, Kuu Hoover, Clear living on the McCoiuiel and Mrs. C. 3wtn ''Imuii Mr. .1. T. Hoaglaud and family, of Jfcwm, liave moved Into the house with j Fordsville, are visiting relatives at "Wires. 3lnry Klmmel. Clear Run. this week. "Mr DrvJlIe Cascbler, of Paradise, MrD well, of Misii'j Margaret vas the guest of his cousin, Mr. L jl5enn'.s and Violet AHon. of Wasli- ii Khumel one night last week. viMtlng the.r relative i v'BIsm'Sj Mattye and Nora Helsley Ingtoi'., are I here thh week and amending church "lt'r Tt'turned to their work at P.i- - 'at C nu'ord. W.rnh, nfti-spending two weeks Mi-- . .1 T. Morris If op the sick list. rtHi. ilieftr parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. j Jr vjyipor. Wade ha l v.rchasiil A.. UKltfrey 'the to I II. Combs, 3ir JHoyd Hope, who has boon in noar f.irni Cromwell, :! sotne-tiinIs visiting aswflle, for Miss Fannie Paris has resigned her j li' lu.itlicr, Mrs. Ilert Barnard. position as teacher of Concord School ?Ars Ultis James and children, of tt'"Haj!S5ft. visited her mother, Mrs. SAIjE. AVamanzas, visited her mother, Mrs. M.STi: I Jfeiisllla Barnard, recently. Ohio Circuit Court. 1tv. Louise Miller, of Powderly, j W. DnvN. 6t nl.. Plaintifis. riyu guest of her sister, Mrs. Vernon . vs. Notice oi sale. .George Davis, et al.. Defendant:. Hswrcriuy. J11"l'ort snent ,ier of sale in the above styled action. ' ma, 1 Tuesday until Monday wIUi her , endured at the September term, ' Vu&er. Mr.. D. A. Hill. 1010. directing me to soli the hereln- Krs. P. Jones has returned homo afler described land for the purpose nuuvu styloi iaK'c spending several days with her ed ia)ing mo costs oi mo the costs of action, together with suCT Mrs. Tom Mullen, of Princeton, this bale, and dividing the remainder of the proceeds among the parties 3tre. Ora Kittinger, of Smallhous, entitled thereto, 1towill offer for sale tho highest and at public outcry .Vrffcerl her sister, Mrs. It. E. Eudaley. best bidder, at tho Court Houso door :su neatly In Hartford, Ky on Monday, November 24. 1019. (It being tho first day of the regular November term t'l.KAlt ltUX. of the Ohio Circuit Court), at tho hour of 12::S0 P. M., on a credit of "Vfiio utues If this 5th day of Nov. six nnd twelve months, tho following Ulnar hint of approaching winter? described real estate lying and being "TCtf trost Is on the pumpkin and the in Ohio County, Kentucky and bounded as follows: Vdsr"i. in tho shock." On the North by tho lands of SS:"iiool is progressing nicely at this George Taylor and E. P. Sandefur; lA'. ith Mrs. Gcrtrey Funk as on the East by the lands of E. P. Sandefur and J. T. Smith; on tho South by the lands of J. W. Miller Enoch Murry, who was T :"it and Jack Strattou. and on the west last week, is worse today, by tho lands of J. T. Davis, deceased, and C. M. Taylor, containing 110 aurt! !xperjp(t to recover. acres. "Wa Tlarve Smith's .small son, Em- Purchaser will bo reunited to exe:i(rt, is very ick with symptoms of cute bonds Immediately after sale, due and payable In six and twelve "tynlufcd fever 3Sirs. iinder.son Meadows, of Owens-htrrj- h months respectively, in equal installments, bearing interest at the rate it visiting her parents Mr. and of G per cent per annum from dato tMjj; V ' Hoover, of this place. until paid, and a lien will bo retained as additional security. Said bonds ytir. V.on Owen Is moving his ri to have -. this place, and will do sawing judgment.tho ,force and effect of a "Smif ltd I'all and .viutor. Given under my hand this the 5th of the farmers are piopar-l- a; day of November, 1910. OTTO C. MARTIN. vroct new residences Master Commissioner, O. C. C. ."3 i.nJc Miss Robertson, J. M. Porter. Attorney. 19t3 tw ih par-taM- Owenslioio. wap- a visitor nl thi Slio !i Ilnu fclinnl Tiiolny. tjm wek with rit Anni Hoover. Mr. Harvo Travis, of tJip '(Rabbit Hnnch" has rented a farm' at Hell's ltun ami will move there soon. Mr. Etila HennliiK, of Owcnaboro, has, with his Wife, ninrcit Into the houso with Mrs. IIciuiIiir's motlior, Mr. HennlrtK Mra. Cricket Hoover. has bouc'jt some land not far from here nnrt vlll encase In farming. 4444vl0,Kkt, in. ,...-i...- tv 1 Winter Months Are Approaching 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 provided. 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 weighf 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. . cs - ! I -- I x r e. I for Our Ready-to-We- ar rcport-txl'hi'&b- saw-iBri- t 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 towns.' All of our are of the latest and best styles and no store can show you a greater variety to select from. Ladies' Coat Suits $20.(T0 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 Buy Quality, Not Price Men's union suits, $1.50 to $4.00. Ladies' union suits, $1.00 to $3.00. Girls' or boys, union suits, GOc to $2. Also shirts and drawers for men, an-- ' pants, and vests for women. t : x x Ready-to-We- 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 vou good service. Now about your new suit. The new : : I x Kllz-abot- Our Shoe Department good for men, women and children for dress wear in blacks and colors. The Sturdy, Heavy Slioes to counteract the mud and cold for Men, Boys, Women and Girls. Rubber footwear for every necessity. No matter what vour shoe necessities are, we can satisfy them. Father and mother bring the whole family let us fit them as they should be, and you will be a permanent customer of our shoe department. Ladies' Dress Shoes, $4.50 to $12.00. Ladies' Work Shoes $3.50 to $7.50. Children's Shoes, $2.00 to $G.00. Men's Dress Shoes, $4.00 to $12.00. Men's Work Shoes, $3.50 to $8.50. MTUdSmaWttMflMM&biaBHOnjMnBB Iff j. A Nil FOR iALE -- Presents everything that's new and BY- young men's models are very attractive. The conservative styles are to be admired for their neatness. Boys' suits and overcoats are sure to satisfy mothers in their appearance and to please the boys in'styles and fabrics. We will match your purse with a suit, or overcoat that will appeal to you. X ATTHEWS, KEOWN & MILLER Real Estate and Insurance Agents FORDSVILLE, ICY. Millinery Department Our supremacy in exquisite Millinery is unquestioned. Patterns from the great style shops of the land, superb creations of our own workroom by expert, trimmers with years of successful experience. We have a millinery department that is a real service to our customers. " o ! v t i 4 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acres dwelling, extra good balance in woods, at Imildings, fine barn, good water, good orchard, 20 3fSiS grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence. 3F1 acres, 1 mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 128 acres "Witom. 2o acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on public dwell-ijf id and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. S00(l barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grass. House and 10 acres of land, just outside the town limits j Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine A bargain. y.vang orchard, 5'acres in grass. 211 acres, 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 100 dwelling, two ?kus cleared, balance in woods. wcftjri barns, fine well, on nublic road. 4 miles to R.'R Sta. , ui noes in grass, 8000 feet lumber to go with farm. SO acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road, all dwell-js- g, ibfeared, 12 acres bottom land, some timber,' "JSO K. , ', Underwear Department Good Underwear and Hosiery comes next to good shoes for winter comfort. We give you the best underwear to be had in the world's market for the money. No child too small. No Man or Woman too large. Munsing Wear Union Suits are recognized all over the United States as underwear perfection. Quality and comfort in every garment, and it's made for men, women and children. Wayne Knit Hosiery That word Wayne Knit is in the mind of every man, woman and child that has ever worn this famous brand' of e hosiery. They can't be excelled, and no manufacturer .even attempts to approach them. Made in ' silks, liles and cottons blacks, whites and colors, for men women and children. Buy Wayne Knit Pony Stockings for the children. Ladies there is comfort, service and appearance in Wayne Knit high-grad- i -- Hose. "jiJe to school, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, half 2 miles to church. 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acres jrvel and in high state of cultivation, yell fenced, good ifchobl. 92 acres, m E. P. BARNES L BRO. rnd tobacco barns, on wehard and plenty of water, dwelling, good feed public road, half mile to church and BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta., Ky. Nearly fenced, 25 acres hill land balance bottom, 35 acres ill i?parrK,S-roodwelling, good tobacco barn and feed stable, 7iWjd orchard, on public road and on county ditch, all ditch mi hnlf m'lc to church and school. : ly