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The Hartford republican: November 14, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919111401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 14, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. we Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. I, W. DEVOTED mmnm txmt, nfluB-- ' rfi rW ff T6 THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919. JNo. 20 tlio ground near llio Jnll to prevent cows $ i7.7Rfni7.no; cutters $55.75; SALVATION ARMY HOWELL "FIRED" BY further violence. canners $4.755; bulls $67.75'; JUDGE EVANS HITS lilrkrtl I'lslnl From T. W, W. feeders $9 11.25; stackers STATE TAX BOARD Home Service Fund Campaign From 1050; cholco milch cows $95 $7 men, who According to VICTORY PARADE WARTIME DRY ACT 115; Nov. 211 To Dec. 2. snid thoy wcro present, Hubbard's medium $65 95; common $50 65 party caught the man thoy wero chasCalves: Receipts 276 head; for ing, after ho had f I roil at them sovor-a- l Tho National Campaign for tho tho three days 858. Market steady. k Man times,-oWho Put Armstrong Salvation Army Homo Service Fund Best veals $14.50 15; medium tlio banks of tho Snipers Kill 4 From Ambush, Says Law Unconstitutional, river, a small stream that which was conductod through out tho common In Light Gets Many Nabbed Deal Into Grants Liquor Men runs through tho town. Hubbard and Hogs: Pigs held steady, but oth- nation last Juno Jiut which was post Big Boot Raids. tho in mi grappled, they said, and the Injunction. 3: declined 215(0) 50c, poned in Ohio "County for various Best hnira. T20 supposed I. W. W. fired directly into reasons will bo put on in Ohio Coun- lbs up $14.25; pigs, 120 lbs down Hubbard's body. Qeorgo Stevens, an- ty beginning November 23rd and will $14; throwouts $12.50 down. i other of the crowd chnslng the gun Sheep and lambs: Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 12. The last for ten days. Demand good Centralla, Washington, Nov. 11. (Louisville Herald.) man, kicked the pistol from tho I. W. Stato Tax Commission today "bouncHugh M. Oldfield, District Director with prices on an unchanged basis. Dale liublmrd, one of the victims In A temporary Injunction restraining W.'s hands. .1. Howell, of Owensboro, from of the Salvation Army, was in HartBest sheep $6; bucks $4 down; federal officials ed" K. today's shooting during tho nrmlstlro from interferinir with A r ipo was then placed around ti- - his Job In tho Department of Motor ford n few days ago confering with. cholco lambs $12; seconds $7 8; the removal and sale of whisky parade, died tonight of his wounds, owned man's neck, i'tioAn over tho cross Vehicles. Mr. Foglo, coiinty chairman, mem- culls $5 6. bringing the death list up to four. by tho Brown-Forma- n Company and 1 Ills dismissal hecamo necessary, so bers of the county organization and wnu lii'irniwl tnf.i fflllll'llt tlirlt tlm arm of a telephono pole, and ho was Produce. Wright & Taylor, on which governhoisted into tho air. Tho pollco per the commission says, becauso there other prominent eitlzons and they man hanged by tho mob hero was, Local prodflco dealers quote buying ment tax has been paid, will be grantMiadcd the crowd to let tho man down was nothing for him to do, and gave their assurance that Ohio coun- prices ns W. llrflt Smith, secretary of the I. follows (not to shippers, ed this morning by Judge Walter beforo he wns.doad, and he was tukon ho had boon accused of tak- ty will do herv part in the coming tho lornl hero'. shipper paying freight and drny- - Evans, according to n dpciainn an to Jnll. ing tho duplicate of a bill for the campaign and will raise its quota of nounced by him from tho bench yes- bout S o'clock tho mob surroundT. C. Rogers, mnyor of Ceutrulia, sale of some cloth to tho Hoard of $1,400 which tho Salvation Army is ago charges): In toruay. The matter was held la Eggs Candled GOc. ing the Centralis Jail succeeded A. C. Hughes, chief of police, and Control from tho reform school, of asking from its citizens. abeyance by the court until today on .getting ono of the I. W. W.'s arrested other citizens addressed tho crowd in Butter Country 40 41c lb. In' view of the fact that this wonwhich ho was former superintendent Poultry Hens 18 20c lb; large request of district Attorney W. V. out of tho jail mid into an automo- front of tho Jail tonight, asking tho i salo was ono of tho san- derful organization rendered invalu- spring chickens 18 bile, rushing him nwny beforo gunrds citizens not to attempt to lynch tho This 19c lb; small Gregory that ho be given time to ations of tho recent campaign, nml by able service to tho soldiers overseas spring chickens could prevent it, telephone roports prisoners. 26il0c lb; roosters wiro tho attorney general to consult n statement made by Howell tho and as an expression of appreciation " here said. Knrly tonight a meeting' to discuss solo of the cloth by Armstrong & for that sorvlco and unlimited sacri- 12 13c lb; ducks 22c" lb; turkeys his wishes in tho litigation, Attorneys for tho distillery com28 30c lb; geese 14 15c lb. According to report, tho mob took tho situation was. held ut a local club, Co., of Louisville, was fice, the people of Ohio County will disclosed. ' : panies declined to enfer into an agree- the alleged I. W. V. from Jail, es- and soon afterward the city's elecIs under InvestiThis cloth sale consider It a privilege to contribute SOCIAL CLUB MEETS ment whereby tho case would havo corted him to n point Just nutsldo tric lights failed. In the darkness gation by the Fayette County grand to this most worthy cause, that the WITH MRS. A. C. PORTER been carried direct to tho United hanged him on a one man was removed from the Jail. Jury tho city limits nml and Howell has lost his Job. Salvation Army may go, on doing Its States Supreme court and a writ of bridge on what Is known as tho old work, that Is of serving humanity, Hiitigcir-TBridge. ' Ask Special Session. Chehnlls Military road. Mrs. A. C. Porter entertained tho supersedeas obtained whereby tho Some of the appointees of gov- to help the helpless, feed the hungry, Social Club Wednesday afternoon, in operation of the Injunction Tho best nvnilablc account said the would Police tonight milled I. W. W. uplift the fallen, rescue tho perishing forty men who man was placed in an automobile ernor Dhick and former Governor headquarters and took honor of her sister, Mrs. Newton J. have been suspended unfil the court dying'.'' ' passed on the case November 20. Governor and care for tho wore attending u meeting to tho city which wai waiting Mil readiness.-- ! Stanley havo requested Let the peoplo of this county ral- Baxter, of Griffin, Ga. Flvo tables of Should the temporary injunction Up flanked by six other cars filled with filack to call a special sossion of the Investigation. Jail for ly to the Salvation Army In tho same progressive rook was enjoyed. Tho roundup of till men In Port-- 1 men, and hurried Into a wood irear Senate to confirm the appointments. spirit as this wonderful organization Tho rooms opon to the guests were granted this morning an appeal will bo taken immediately to the United Governor Itlack is 'considering the a ml suspected of being members of tho town. rallied to our soldiers ovorseas. Help beautifully decorated with, growing States District Court of Appeals at This man, reports said later, was request Just like any other petition. the Industrial Workers of tho World plants and chrysanthomuins. The to get back" on their feet that Cincinnati by Mr. Gregory, unless an .Mayor George hanged to a bridge. It generally Is but ho has not determined what he them may wis ordered tonlghV-Jithey continue their homo service scoro cards were hand painted au- agreement is reached with the plainlinker. Chief of Police Jenkins at believed that tho lynching had taken Will do. tumn leaves, painted by the Honoree Their work calls tiffs as to the suggested procedure As Governor Hlnck leaves his of- work over here. onco detailed a squad of special po- place. forth the gratitude, respect arid'affec-tlo- n At the conclusion of the games a" de- carrying tho" case at onto to tho SuHumors of nddltlonol violence here fice next month and Governor-elec- t lice to search tho city. course with hot tea was of tho people of qur whole coun- licious salad premo Court. wore current late tonight. More than Morrow comes in, It Is up to try. Tho peoplo can not Invest 'in a served at the small tables. Mrs. ' "Entitled To Relief." Mqrrow to send the names Nov. 11 Thrco ono citizen declared: 'There will not was assisted in entertaining Ccntrnlla, Wash., better and more deserving cause. We Porter former .soldiers, members" of tho bo any I. W. W.'s left In the Jail by of the appointees of Governor Dlack owo it! Invest In humanity and reap her guests by her mother, Mrs. AnThis was indicated last night by M.r Governor Hart has or- and former Governor Stanley to tlu thony Robertson. Gregory after he reeelvrd an answer American Legion, wcro killed, two morning." It Govern- the blessings of knowing that your mortally wounded and several otlici1 dered one company of tho State Senato for confirmation. Those present were: Mesdamcs, J. from the attorney general approving contribution is helping to make tho or Morrow does not send them thoy S. Glenn, Owen Hunter, Rowan .soldiers were less seriously hur' Guard, numbering about sevonty-flv- p his recommendation as to disposal ot can not get there, nnd while the world brighter and better. when persons said to bo members of men, hero from Tacoma. E. E. Birkhead, Rnndall Col- tho coses here." -o- -The whole city has turned out to ionnte might not confirm the appoint the Industrial Workers of tho World lins, Wilburn Tinsley, E. G. Uarrass, . "I am firmly of tho opinion that tho KXIT THE YELLOW DOG. fired on an Armistice Day parado celebrate tho anniversary of tho sus monls of Governor Morrow, It has no Tico Burns, L. G. Barrett, Charles wartime prohibition act Is unconsti today as it passed tho I. W. W. hall.. pension of hostilities and a largo pa- authority to rcqulro him to send In Crowe, Hooker Williams, Lee tutional and that tho petitionors are Another Stato election has passed A man said to have been One of rado was formed, headed by tho city's the other appointees, and the courts H J.:. entitled to 'relief," Judge Evans said M.' L. McCracken, Into history. Tho "result shows more thoso who fired on the marchers Is boys who had helped bring about tho might havo to be called on to solve Mischkc, Anthony Robertson, Newton when Mr. Gregory for the government clearly than anything else, perhaps, bollovcd to havo been lynched to- glad day a year ago. Wearing the the problem, tl is likely that GovJ. Baxter. Misses Mary Rowo. Win-nl- o asked the court to hold his dccJsIofl (n the passing of the day of the "yeluniforms that sheltered them in tho ernor Black will dotonrlnu his course night by citizens. Slmn.ermun, Lettle Marks and abeyance until tho Supremo Court delow dog" voter the citizen who At least eight supposed Industrial i trenches In Fiance and misthe picket In a few days. Sophie Woerner, cides the Kentucky Distilleries caso blindly voted for the candidate of his Workers of tho World nro In tho lo- - lines of tho German border, the sorv- that will come up fqr hearing Novem. a party, regardless of whether or not cal Jail, guarded from a mob' of sev- ice men wcro tho cynosure of tho lain TIM: FEDERAL LAXI BANK bor 20 from tho local court, Tlite tho candidate upheld the traditions MAmilAGEy MCKNKKS DECLARES A DIVIDEND eral hundred friends of tho men shot dreds of women and children who case Involves tlio constitutionality of" RECENTLY ISSUED and principles of his parly, or was lined the streets. down today. the wartime- prohibition act also, the Mr. McDowell A. Fogio, secretary-- 1 morcly actuated by motives 6f self-As the column swung around the The dead: t aggraiuli'zemellt or financial galn.Aitd Joe Hatfield. Livermore .'to Helen lsan,e General relief being asked. "If corner of Tower avenue and Second treasurer of the Hertford National Arthur M'Elfresh, Ccntralla. lhe Dla,ntlWs wHI agree to the same Hen Casagrandu, Centralla. nvonuo tho band struck up Farm Loan Association, has receiv with tho "yollow dog" voter nutst go, York, Llvermoro. ! perforce, tho raucous-voiceMarlon Park, Hartford, llouto, G, ).rcced"re ln theso cases aa rt tho mud- march. Then bullets caino into the ed notice from the Federal land Hank Warren Grimm, Centralla. Kontl,eky DlaHHorles caBe." Mr. Greg-Cec- il Tho wounded includo: v who, lacking to Edna Layman, llouto G, Hartford. rnnks from nn unseen enemy. Men of Louisville that tho Directors havo slinging demagogue dW sUesested, "t will guarantee that" P. Taylor, Beaver Uam, to Dalo Hubbard, Centralla, pioljulny fell to tho pavement and tiny rivulets declared a dividend of six per cent brains to discuss intelligently the Isl"u nin laKen UD l0 tn supreme fatally. of blood showed tho spectators what per annum on all stock hold by na- sues of the day, seeks to conceal his Ruby Dunn. Cromwell. Court immediately and we will havo Ignorance by vilification and abuse Jnmes Ferguson, Route 1, Beaver John Earl Watt, Chehalls, proba had taken place, the crack of tho tional farm loan associations. This bly fatally. rifles of the assassin? having been will enable this association to declaro while endeavoring to beguile the pub-H- e Dam, to Mary Jano ""Shaver, R. 1, an opportunity to havo them heard and decided at tho same time, as I a dividend to Its stockholders, who into voting so that ho may bo re- Beaver Dam drowned by tho blare of thuband. Snipers in I. W. W. Hull. Clyde Balrd. Hartford to Maude lntenrt to Qrguo tho n,atter ,n Wash- Tiny puffs of smoke from tho roof are fnnuors In this vicinity borrowing warded with a slice of political pio. Tho shooting began when the paIngton November 20." To this, how That Morrow was elected by tho Johnson, Hartford. rade drew abrest of tho Industrial of a nearby building Indicated whence from tho Fedoral Land bank. This ever, Wllam Marshall Bulla, aorrakl tho bullets had como and the near- dividend wqs not unexpected by per- Democrats of tho State nono will deWorkors of tho World hall, according ney for tho' plaintiff, objected. v to witnesses, tho bullets going over ness of tho I.'W. W. hall led to the sons acquainted with tho progress be- ny. They voted, not against the HUNTERS WITHOUT x More Suits TliU Moiiiing'. quick decision that tho heroes who ing mnde by this Hank. Although it principles of democracy, but In ordor LICEXSE NABBED fc tho heads of tho crowd watching tho As matters now stand an Injuncparade. Onlookers say shots came had weathered the sanguinary battle- hns been In business for a Ilttlo more that these principles might survive, tion iu favor of tho two companies fields of Kuropo had beon slain from thaif'two yenrs it has paid all of its and tlio party bo rid at once and District Game Warden, J. H. Pitt- - whjch havo filed from ovory direction and that snipers suit, wllLaffect them in the upper windows of the I. W. W ambush by radicals who opposed tho organization expenses and has placed forever of tho rule of the political man, of GreenvlliOt arrested Harry only, leaving all other firms subject twenty-fiv-e per cent of Its net earn- gangsters who have brought nothlnr Coleman, Jim Burch and Odio Mad- American system of government. headquarters building fired Into tho to tho provisions and enforcement of ings in reserve account, and after bit dlsgrnco to the Democrats of dox, all of Taylor Mines, recently, for line. tho wartime prohibition act. it was' paying this dividend has a nice sum Kentucky. violation of tho law of hunting withMcKlfrcsh was killed Instantly. FARMERS' HARD LUCK. Tuesday's events do nbt mark r out licenses. Tho defendants wero learned last night that several tnoro left in tho undivided profits. Grimm, lonnerly a lieutenant, was suits will probably bo filed this mornTho Louisville bank now has loans weakening of Domocratlc' power tnken boforo Squlro S. L. Stevens, leading a platoon In In addition to tho loss of beans and and ofmoro than 119,000,000 .and it is bijt merely prove the "growing ton of Beaver Dam, Iast Friday when thoy ing so that tho ono decision will grant fell at tho second burst or tiro, mor- peas,, duo to tho protracted wet weath doncy of a peoplo tc confessed and each was given a fine relief to all. ' tally wounded. ' er, farmers of this county, in fuct of estimated they will increase to m placo honor and Integrity In politic of $15.00 and cost. within tho noxt year. Georgo Slovens, of Contralla, 'T a very largo area,-hav- o almost totally GARDNER CLARKE. . above that ovorworked bugaboo of m to disarm nn alleged I. W. lost thousands of acres of, their vory ' tho professional political! "party ENOCH II. MURRAY. "W., and was wounded In tho strugglo best com by tho recent high wutors. REMAINS LONG RUItlED Monday afternoon at 2 P. M Mlm BROUGHT TO GARWOOD loyalty." Russellvllle Messenger. which ensued. Corn was down on tho ground, Era Gardner, of Beaver Dam, and Mr. Enoch H. Murray died at his I Hubbard sustained his wound in worse, perhaps, than over known Rev. L. W. Clarko, of Knoxvllle, Tho remains of Mrs. Mnttlo E. Hol REVIVAL AT GOSHEX. homo near Clear Run,' Thursday, Oct. Tennessee, pursuing ii supposed I. W. W. who owing to lack of niolstura wero united In marriage brooke, Bell, her 7 year old daughter 6th from the Immediate effects of fired ns ho ran from tho group of around the roots. Then when tho A Revival Meeting will commence pneumonia following a long period and Miss Lauru Rowan, who wore men headed by Hubbard. overflow came, sediment formed on Uov E M. I(la , It was this man,accordlng to re the ears and iiuulo them ono solid burled nt Woodward's Vulloy, 30, 44 at the Goshen Methodist church noxt oCpoor health. I preforming tho ceromony In tho nnd 30 years ago, respectively, wero Monday night at 7 o'clock P. M. Burial of tho remains took placo prcsenco ports, who was hanged by a mob to- mass. Only n small portion of such of the family and the most is invited to come and help at Clear Run church cemetery, on the night. corn can possibly be saved. By exhumed and brought to Oakwood Mta Thursday, where thoy woro us In this meeting. Tho preaching day following, after fuuoral services lntllnate frlonds of the br turning hogs Into the soggy Holds Is Struck la lloily. All ot the caskets wero ln a will bo dono by tho pastor ahdjho conducted by Rov. Ku.scll Walker, ot Nora Jackson playod the wedding Casagranda was In tho ranks and nbout tho only means of getting any- good stato of and .1 ceremony J march singing will bo done by the local peo Hartford preservation, 1 nine uwn" was pinyed, which mado i rifle bullet struck him In tho body. thing out of tho com recently Inun Tho deceased parties wero mother, plo. Come and lend a hand. Holp "Thoy got mo this time," ho said us dated, it a very Impresslvo ono. The coua good cause. slstor and nunt of Mr. Rowan If you aro not right MOXEY HERE FOR -i ple left Immediately for their now lio doubled up and fell In tho street. with God como and get right. ,of this place. COUNTY TEACHERS homo NEAR ACCIDENT. Tho crowd, uniformed and ununl-forme- d, in KnoxvJUo, whoro tho groom E. WATT SMITH, Pastor. hns charge ot one of the largost started the chase. -- -, , OHIO WET OX SHOW "Hint Hownrd informs us tbftt tlin churches at Gathering up pontons suspected of that place, Mr. L. T. Parks, of Manila, camo OF OFFICIAL FIGURES LOUISVILLE MARKETS. :ionoy wlln which to pay tho Teach alullntlou with tho radical ordor, near having a serious accident yes- er. salury for tho thhd month ha.i CLERKSHIP IN RANK fcoine of tho sorvlco men took thorn to J torday when a horse which ho was Columbus, O., Nov, 18 Tho Fed- Cattle Medium and common kinds beon received, and that checks aro OF IIAHTFOItR CHANGES Jail while others of tho marchers tore riding heenmo frightened at an auto- - eijil prohibition nmondmcut was de- whllo slow salo, fouud Ilttlo change being sent out to all who havo made out tho front of the building whom mobllo. Tho horso ln plunging and feated by Ohio voters by a wet ma lu values. Cannor and cutter Miss Annetta Gillespie, formorly their reports according to law. tho 1. W. W. headquarters Is located. rearing up, threw Mr. Parks back- jority of 542, according to final ofgood. Healthy demand In eviwith tho Hartford Herald, as Llud-typ- o $ seized and burned a quantity of ward, both feet hanging In the stir- ficial figures announced today by tho dence for the good quality feeders Operator, but for. some woeks THANKSGIVING. literature and nil the furniture nnd rups, although his body did not hit Secretary of 8tnto. Tho 2.75 por and Blockers. Good undertone In putt a clerk In tho Bunk rf Hartford, among themselves and tho ground, distributed howns considerably cent beer proposal was defeated by a heavy steer division. Medium and President Wilson has issued the nan resigned her posltlfn to accept Centralla citizens tho urins nnd am- shaken up by being Jostled by. tho dry majority of 29,607; tho proposal kinds slow sale. usual Thanksgiving fmuicrly ield with tho Proclamation, munition ktorcd In tho headquarters. horsu's Ii'BH, finally 0110 foot was re- to repeal Statu prohibition, defeated Quotations: Prime heavy iteer setting asldo Thursday, Nov. 37, ua Herald. Meanwhile n crowd was gathering leased mid hu was dragged a consld-ernbl- o by a dry majority of 41,849, and the $l2ia.50: heavy shipping utters the day to bo observed and given over Miss Hula King has accepted tho dUtanco beforo the stirrup Crubbe Statu prohibition ia bout tho Jull. Former servlco men. onforco. J11012; medium, steeri $10 11; to tho rendering of thanks by tho Na- portion vacated by Mis Gillespie, Homo of them armod with tho seized leather broke, him before mum aci ueicnu-- oy u wci majority light steer $9 10; fat heifern SS(i tion. Tho iiu'jmuko or proclamation assuming her duties Wednsiday ot weapon nml other armed, pnt ruled nerlou duniago royultd. of 26,838. 1J. Lit cowi $7 medium I wiu lnued Nov. 5 ttiU wi'vk. W.'S FIRE ON n Skook-iinchuc- $57. ', se bill-am- o r Hol-broo- k, Slm-merm- - d, I f ' o $30,-000,0- 00 long-sufferi- o, "',,. r Hol-bro- nd reU-aiiln- BOU-10.5- OFFICERS BF ARMY six an Inspection of 2,400 graves In ninety-cemeteries. Whon Col I'earce CAMP TAYLOR TO DE DISMANTLED closes his office hero the American QUIT IN BIG DROVES military attache at the embassy horo will One Fourth Of Regular Personnel Have Left Service. take over work In connection with the graves that heretofore lias been douo by the army. "Tho llritlsh floverninont always has cared for these graves and will continue to do so," Col Pearcesald to the Asuoclnted Press. "I was happily surprised at what I saw on my In- Knox Vill Be Chief Army Post In Ky., Only One Needed Washington. Nov. S. Completion of land purchases and construction work at more than a score of army camps and Holds over tho country, wns approved today by the House Military conuulttoo which recommended pasngo of a bill granting tho War Department authority to spend approximately $1,500,000 additional on these camps. Final decision as to tho acquisition of tho Dayton-Wrigplant, including the adjacent aviation field, at a cost of $22,740,000 inoro to tho gov ernment and of tho Ciirtlss-Klmwoo- d ht Itiit That Didn't Smell" After Ileliijr Dead For li Mouths. "I swear It was dead at least 3 months." said James Sykcs, llutcher, Wostflold, N. J. "We saw this rat P every day. Pat a cake of behind a barrel. Months lator my wife nsked about the rat. Hcmcm- borcd tho barrel, looked behind It. aviation plant, lluffalo, for $1,804,-00- 0 additional, was left with a sub- -' There was the rat dead, not the slightest odor." Three sizes, 25c, committee. Officers who are quitting the serv- 50c. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by Tho coniniltteo voted ?9SG.000 for completing the Camp Knox, Ky.. projice, and inoro have resigned since .1. F. Casebler, Acton Hros., TayChes. tho armistice than resigned during lor's Drug Store, AVilllnms & Duke. ect, of which, sum SSn.000 is for land purchases. the entire history of tho Hegular ArThis fund will not my prior to November, 101S, are the be available, however, until Camp smoke Chesterfield. The choicest younger officers, Lieutenants and CAIMIANZA HKPl'DIATKS Taylor, Ky.. Is salvaged profitably. of expensive aromatic Turkish tobaccos, DKHTS OF 2 KUGIMKS Captains, thoso who can least he Other expenditures for lands Domestic leaf, blended the finest of sun-ripenPractically none of the spared by the committee included: . Mexico City,. Nov. S. The MexiHold officors, whoso salaries make it by an original mid exclusive method that can't Watervllet, N. Y Arsenal, $300,-00possible for them to niako both ends can Government does not recognize Camp Vail, N. .1., $110,000; be imitated. by the Victoriaao meet during the present period of clebls contracted Va $20,000; Ft., Sarvajnl Camp Humphreys, Huerta and Francisco high cost of living are resigning. In the blending of these costly tobaccos, regimes and will not pay any claim Revere, Mass, $975; Midland, .Mich., 'The army," says a memorandum s'alt well site of the chemical warfare "" '",' our experts have brought out a new flavor Just Issued by the Morale Division of !"""" - service, $3,000. a very serious me pernio uieso iv.u iumi were rrtsthe General Staff, "is in and a mellow richness surpassing that of any To liny Ileal condition. Tho extraordinary high ident, according to a statement issued For the real ostato at various air cigarette you ever smoked. by Louis Cabrera, SiciPtary of the cost of necesitles of life has so restations, the committee appioved the Treasury. duced the standard of living to which following: Chesterfields , sure do satisfy; not in flavor Thi3 wiii evoked by an assertlou officers have heretofore been accusHouston, Tex., Ellington Field, credited to Kcnatoi Fall, of the alone, but in value, in quality, even in their tomed, that there has resulted a pro$40,140; Runtoul, III., Chanuto Field, inwrapping that keeps superior moisture-proo- f found state of discontent 'and low United State- Senate lomtnltteo vestigating Mexican affairs, that the $20S,000; Memphis, Tenn., Park ' morale in tho service. Field, $b8.400; Sacramento,' Cal.. them firm and fresh always. finanThose who resign are men of high present Govornment has such Mather Field. ?7S.G9l; Miami, Fla., cial . Initiative, force, energy .mil Chapman Field. $71,000; IUvorsldo, You want "satisfy" that's sure. You get Secretary Cabrera declared the military qualities which the $G 1,000; San presidencies of Huerta and Carvajal Cal.. March Field, it only in Chesterfields. army can ill afford to lose. This drain Antonio, Tex.. Urooks Field, $140,-40and unconstiaffecting officers of tho more desir- were San Antonio, Kelly Field No. 2, j able type, not only affects present ef- tutional and imposed no obligations $349,686; Milldctown, Pa., supply j ficiency, but bodes ill for the quality on the present Government. depot, $50,000; Little Rock. Ark.. of leadership of the army of rhe fusupply depot, $55,000; Los Angeles, ture." Cal., Arcadia Balloon school. $55,-G5GEN. WOOD FAVORED. il. 1,000 Haw Mount Clement. Mich., Zclfridgo H Officers of tho army are now being Members of ronsir-- s Pick . For Field, $190,000. paid on the salary scale passed by Tho committee rejected War De1I)1!0 Candidate m rfjPS&r'rtfSP Congress In 190S, since which time partment requests for expenditures of M no Increases have been granted. $000,000 at threo motor transport (Courier-Journal.) aaL-?1si- isr Since the armistice tho resignations camps, including Camp Holabird, Md. Washington, Nov. S. In a confi'iSacEiiaiS - a . jof over 1,!)00 officers of the regular Representative Anthony, Republidential poll of Congress niado by a army have been accepted. This Is newspaper. Gen. Leonard Wood is can, Kansas, who will framo the reh more than of all the off! strongly favored for the' Republican port, said the committee was opposed curs authorized in the service. He receiv- to locating two big camps In Kenpresidential nomination. Their training has been expensive. ed not only more preference than tucky, and that the maximum usefuland represents an investment to tho any of the other candidates, but the ness of Camp Taylor could not be ob39 . s;r i iiMatpvtit, Government the value of which now total revealed more oxpresion for him tained without additional land for a becomes a loss. In the great majori- than for all of his competitors. training field. The committee plan, ty of cahes the reason for resignation. Members of Congress polled were ho said, would result in the dismanIf expressed, is given as financial. tling of Camp Taylor and the sale of asked tho question: "Who, in your opinion, will lie the the ground. lame Watson Sajs, "I'll Never Fortho Republican party get When Father's Hogs Got Cholera nomineo of be Catarrh- - Cannot Be Cured morning lie found 20 hogs for President in 1920?" "On" With This question was asked and as- cannotLOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they dead and several sick. Ho called in reach tlio seat of the disease. surance given them that their reply uaiurrn 13 a local disease, prcatly InBBSSBS9KKKtKtMKtKUtSIKwyri-'nir3E!?!''irr''!"A,5na7S&tiS&XflSilg mzi2&&Hm?E& the Vet., who after dissecting a rat fluenced by constitutional conditions, and confidentially and in order to euro it you must tako an caught ou the premises, decided that would bo treated only the result would bo made known internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh MediIho rodents had conveyed germs. cine is taken internally and acts without indicating how individual" the blood on tho mucous surfaces ofthru xo cahds ix Tin: iioi'kk. the Since then 1 am never without svstcm. Hall'd Catarrh Medicine was (Indianaiiolls News.) pre&cnbcd ny ono of tho best physicians quickest rat stood. It's the surest, Tho poll showed tho following re- in this country for years. It ia comThe fourth grado teacher liad a Ej destroyer I know." Three sizes, 25c, posed df somo of tho be.rt tonks known, combined wltli soma of the bist blood great deal of trntiblo with Fred's at-j- f, 60c, 1.00. Sold and guaranteed by sult: purillew. Tlie perfect combination or He was absent so ofti'ii House Gen.' Leonard Wood, 11G; tho ingredlr-ntIn Hall's Catarrh MediJ. F. Casobior, Acton Hros., Taywhat produces sti-- h Drug Store, Williams & Duke. Gov. Frank O. Lowdou, 41; Senator cine is in rfitrrhal w.'litlor.a. wonderful that she got suspicious and wrote a lor's results Send for nolo to his parents, as follows: Jainqp K. Watson. 23; Senator War- testimonials, mo. J. Harding, 22; Senator Hiram F.All CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. ren G. "I am afraid that Fred is playing DniKSlsts. 7Cc. ki:kciima.v invknts truant and 1 would like your Johnson, G; William H. Taft, :S; Cen. Haifa Famliy I'lllj for constipation. "Fl.lVKIt AlKPLAXK" Pershing. 2; in securing a better attendance Senator Philander C. Cl'TTIXO. record from him." Knox. 1; Gov. William C. Sprowl", 1; Paris, Nov. S. Filter tho portable noncommittal, 15. If Fred Is playing "Hero Teecher. Absent 7. ri "flivver" airplane! Thoro is no (London Ideas.) truant he didn't learn It at hoain. Ijj Ssnnte Gen. Wood, 20; Senntor why overy homo should not posWe air church people and hain't got Harding, 4; Senator Johnson, 4; Sen"Hoy did you get on?" ses ouo, for it can be assembled, Tho hweot young' maiden breathed a card in our house." ator Watson, 3; Senator Poindexter, lilted and flown easily by one, oven o 10, Hughos, 1; Senator tho words into hor lover's manly Indeed, It can bo stor- 2; Charles a young girl. liurah, 1; Senator Kellogg, 1; Sena- oar as she mot him at the passage. ed In the backyard and take to tho He had boon "seeing father" and tor Spencer, 1; Senator Lodge, 1: FOR FLETCHER'S air fioni roadway, roof, or a largo Senator Soutlierlaud, 1; Gen. Persh- she wanted to know tho result. apartmout window. ' "Oh, your father is heartless!" ing, 1; noncommittal, 5. Tha French engineer. Arehor, is th"" young man. Indignantly, The poll, it Is doel.vpd. mowed mid thInventor. Tho machine wolghs 120 EGG-A-DAFugland Status wore "I 1 told him I could not live withHEN TONIC pounds and Is driven by an electric that tho New almost unanimously for Wood, who out you, and " wotor. It can carry two passengers "Vos, yos!" Impatiently said tho was born In Now Hampshire and at a rute of 140 miles an hour, reAre your hens a paying girl. "What did ho say?" educated in Harvard University. maining in tho air for moru than sixmerely offered to pay my fu- proposition? Eggs are high"He Members from Now York State ty mlmitos. u strong preference for neral expenses." er today than ever before in SI. Arehor says ho rofuses to make also showed a any profit from hit invention which Gon. Wood, due, perhaps, to tho the history of the country. asmovement and bis Only a Culil. he wills hi "gill to humanity." It is Plattsburg Col. They will bring a better price rr' in ,,'. .. ' aid to havo proved entirely miccoss-tu- i sociation with tho itamu of Uoosovelt. Fifteen Now York memAre yon ill? Is often answered on trial flights. this winter. ' &-Sir- i ' preference for him, "Oh! its only a cold," as If a cold New York promoters are reported bers oxprossed a It pays big dividends to one for Lowden, one for Watson, wa.4 a matter of little 'rousoquonco, to bo nuiiotlatliiK for tho plans of tho plane with tint view to turning out a ouo for Taft, ono for Pershing and but peoolo n ro beginning to learn thnt keep them in first class cona common cold is a matter not to bo You can't afford to miss seeing our stoves and get our dition. lw ihoiikuud as a starter, to bo three were noncommittal. trifled with, that some of tho most by Gotham commuter, putting used prices before you buy. We buy in See that they have one serious diseases stait with a cold. automobiles and furrlo out of duto. As hooii us the firht Indication of a of Egg-a-Da- y FOR FLETCHER'S cold appears ttiko t'liiiinliorluln's MUTISM TAKK (Willi OF I Hen Tonic mixed with their Cuugli Komwly. Uomoinbor that the vaxk's mnti.Wi plan: Which places our entire line on our floor at the lowsooner you gut rid of your told tho feed three times a week and Iwiuiixm's mi:i:ci:iii:s lertH tho dnugur, anil this remedy will -- (irate of Amnrl- LMMta. Not. i watch results. m:w yop.k So if you will compare our est possible cost. help you to throw It off. m soldier ami nullum In lhiglaud For sale by PRICES AND VALUES with those offered by other we Wag' urd fur by the llritlsh New York. Nov. 8. William Ho-- k A. C Leach. Itoslno, Ky, dealers you will find our line a money saving one to ubttut tliMin uro hoiuollorn's fnvorlto Mmotnlus, whleh aownwwit. Uwhm .MII.IW Ol O. K. Crowdor, Hurt on, Ky. growing on h ilrovo In Ills palmy duys as seeMiftriy mawMl. flowtt ItAIUS I'Olt AKKU'A you. A. W. Willis, Hartford, It. 1. try itwaiMl and Uh white wooil.',,(,ror jK ff0rm for mv through an A. W. Mldklff, .Sulphur Springs. u Now York p.ipr. nwwi btiariHK eh mu' liloiitI-- j, Tim r Is l'arls, Kuv. i, Prurh capitalists C. C. King, Dundee, !n CojumlingMii. Umimark. now. If wo kN)t In hav proimroil to build U.uuO uillaa l'utur Crowilur, Suiinydalo. Uwt. Cftl. J. 1'mii, Ailjutaut, In of rallroAi Iti Africa la tlia next flf-ttF. ltsufiow & Co., Narrows, i Ih Hugliiiul ttf l yuar. Northtra Africa will bu ' Laws .'i UarrUon. Narrows. It. 1. ihfu )pjrimut of Uhor rtiporU for up il.l..il of thrt nIH UI(I tinw yimM klow Uut i:i!-KENTUCKY HARTFORD, ciBuvrtAit with thf outhHet !.. C Mrtm .v .Suu, I'uiitoriown. AiihtIi-h,i.,- - i.- - h.. ln. ; .o. imjj mrlUi luv uccurruil. mostly anil with iuatorUl Africa tisut UUlijlK & I'ortar. Croniwi'll Cot i rjrr,Mt,,"y' lil i ivVI,oi tvt A RAT-SNA- Washington, Nov. S. Up to noon h of nil innro than offlcars of the combatant anna who woro In the regular tinny when tho have rcMgs.otl armistice: ,i.s sip it. and scores of other resignations arc now waiting the action of the i'rosl-deand tho Secretary of War The total numlicr of resignations was 1,959, accepted up to noon y which Includos ,12 per rent of all officers in the Coast Artillery Corps; :!0 per cent In the Field Artillery; 25 nor cent of Cavalry officers; 20 per cont of Infantry officers, and 1(1 per cunt of tho official personnel of the Engineers. No Increase Slmo 1111)8. to-du- y one-fourt- spection. Not even the isolated graves, and thoro are a good many of 1 am them, have been overlooked. sure the same careful :i tent Ion will bo given tho graves by the British until some plan for dlslntornment with probable concentration is arrived at." nt I man's best pal is his smoke "Let's give 'em our smoke3" Field 0 ap-rov- A' ed 0; "" e, 0; 5; Hc-iii- tSff Gi-n- P m MM , Iw i! bl 'V . i. one-sixt- V E A IE M IF IS use?- mo k. i:??v ri $$ 20 for 20c and the blaid can't jpqv a copied i IIAT-SNA- P. toii-iance- . I ft I rea-iio- it jxSLUSIVEr' oJUjvzjEry J. lf rR - Children. Cry CASTOR A Y uMHll i,.i B . il I 'I Children Cry CASTOR A CAR LOAD LOTS 18.-O0- om-ItM- eilll. H ACTON BROS. r n. r i i' i' To My Friends CHURCH INSURES ITS PARISDNERS And Customers I have severed my connection with The Kentucky Creameries and am now associated with THE FOX BROS. CO., (Incorporated), and will continue to buy your St. John's Of Charleston lects Day's Wage Monthly. Col- 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 L. T. RILEY ;ftftftftft i J i i I &&&&&1&&&&1 i ? ? i ? Burglar Insurance i J i & Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands, or feet requires a powerful 6 remedy that will penetrate the flesh. c Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses that power. Rubbed In where tho Cardui, the woman's Pnrls, Nov. S. The Rumanian pain is felt is all that is necessary to Is carried by BANK OF ? tonic, helped Airs. Wilthrono is tottering and the monarchy relieve suffering and restore normal & liam Eversole, of Hazel may soon give way to a republic. Tho conditions. J'rice 25c, 50c and $1.00 o HARTFORD. If you do Patch, Ky. Read what popular movement in favor of a per bottle. Sold by Ohio County i she writes: "I had a change in the form of government has Drug Co fc m business with us- your interbreaking-dow- n general advanced to such a degree, it is i of my health. I was in learned, on high authority, that Queen ' i Ohio ests are protected. bed for weeks, unable to o Mario has found It necebsary to leave KAISER'S SERVANT STOLE I had such a get up. VALUABLES FROM CASTLE i the country for safety and, accompanCounty's oldest financial weakness and dizziness, i ied by her daughter, Princess Elizao . . . and the pains were Berliti, Nov. S. Even the new beth, has taken up her residence in death. J very severe. A friend Tho plan was dlscusscl and pro- Florence, whilo her other daughtqr. democracy did not save Karl Knhlein, c lo'd nc I tad tried everya former domestic of the Kaiser'n & nounced to bo workable. Mr. Cornish Princes Mario, known to her intithing else, why not household, from punishment when tho & immediately put it int.) oporatlon mates as "Princess Mignonno," is Cardui?... I did, and Berlin police discovered the gold and Within a few weeks sixty of tho men safely harbored in a school hi Eng'soon saw it was helping silver snuff boxes of Frederick the f of tho parish and forty-fou- r of the land. me . . . After 12 bottles, Great in his possession, Kuhlcin, who i ? subTho movement to overturn the women subscribed. I am strong and well," i scriptions aio coniinc Add'tional And monarchy, altho denied In official and had served tho Kaiser for twenty-sovo- n in daily years, was sentenced to one diplomatic circles, unquestionably tho Sunday services havo been TAKE by larger numbwi each week. started soon after tho armistice, but year's Imprisonment and three years' loss of civil rights. J subsided when tho outlook for Ru: Long association with Germany's i ? I.ady in C'lilriif; Telenraphs for manian expansion scorned hopeful. highest aristocracy seems to have de& Tho queen was hblo to hold out against the people thru her clever veloped an artistic taste In Kuhleln, HARTFORD, KY. for besides Frederick tho Great's 41 Read Mrs. Phillips' wiro: "You- - statesmanship in handling tho Big snuff boxes, the police found in his" 41 Five of tho Peace conference in favor i ell's Exterminator Co., Westfield, N. of Rumania at tho time of 4? paintings, her visit to apartment six valuable .1. Rush $3 worth of 41 Paris in tho early spring. Subsequent many bronze statuettes, a collection Later received tho fallowing letter, of Turkish and Japanese brasses, sev"RAT-SNA- P arrived. It rid our events, however, showed Rumania eral silver cups and dishes and Tonic choice would not bo able to obtain from tho houso of rats in no time. Just moved wines, all missing from the former 1IHAI) OF HOGS rOltTY-Kl- " dehoro from Pa., where- 1 used RAT- - peaco conforonco all that had boon Do you feel weak, dizihihi:sof I)1:A liKitoio TODAY TO IIOOKlKIt SNAP with great results." Three manded, while tho recent noto of tho Imperial Palace. ltlCINCi AltltlVK zy, worn-ou- t? Is your sizes, L'fic. GUo, $1.00. Sold and allies, which was couched almost In Surgeons ngreo that in cases of lack of good health caused Vabash, Intl., Nov. S. Korty-si- x tho tonus of un ultimatum, brought cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho VNow Yoik. NovT S. Tho first of head of hogs brought $5,G90 to C. guaranteed by from any of the comJ. V. Casobicr, Arton Pros., Tay mutters to a head In Bucharest. first treatment Is most Important. Amorlca's heroic dead t( In) returned Thompson, living houtheast of lor's Drug Storo, Williams & Duke. plaints so common to Not RoMioiik Motcmeiit. When an efficient antiseptic is im from tho battlefields of the great war Wabash, at u lecout sale. This wan m Tho movemont is not believed to bo plied promptly, thoro Is no danger of women? Then why not will reach hero tomorrow when the un average of $11)3.70. Tho top STRIKING lirTCHKHS OPEX of a Uolshovlk nature, but Is boyond Infection and tho wound begins to give Cardui a trial? It Daraga arrives with 111 prico wnx transport I $4ii0. STORE PROVE PROHTEERl.NO question and It was heal ot onco. For uso on man or iiodlos of soldiers who gavo thulr should surely do for you Mr. Thompson was tho owner of decided best that tho women of tho beast, llorozono Is tho ideal antiseptic Archangel sector wlillo lives In tho what it has done for so 'largest hotf in tho world and al- tho 8. Chicago, Nov. To back up royal houso should journey abrjad for and healing agent. Buy It now and helping to stein tho llolshovlst tldo In so possessed tho biro of tho highest many thousands of other eman tudeflulto porlod. Tho queen's bo ready for an emergency. their cbi.rras th.it 0'no of their Prico llusslu. Tho hero dead will ho ac- price hog. women who suffered It ployers wero profiteering, striking choice of Italy as a placo of refugo 25c, 50c, $1.00 ami $1.50.Sold by corded full military honors and will butcburs today opened a largo retail was duo to her desiro to make a last Ohio County Drug Company. should help you back to m Ho In Btate. guarded by soldlors with shop aud sold poiterhoti'ic steak at desperate attempt to save tho dyKRMA.NENT MERCHANT health. nrms roversed while, awaiting tho . MARINE MILL PASSED IS cents a pound, veal thops nt R nasty by enlisting tho aid of tho Ital "And what," usked one of tho Ask some lady friend arrival of relatlvos who will decide cent a pound and hamburgur steak ian king In bohalf of Rumania. guests of tho fond mother whosn Bon where they uro to ho Intorred. who has taken Cardui. out-(nuiko.s1 10 cents a puond. Washington, Nov. 8., A hill It Is reported that sho Other meats Just graduated Trom tho gram-mtShe wi'l tell you how it dally uutomobllo trliw to tho jmur school, "shall you make of llor-roylining a pormauont policy regarding wore sold at it correspondingly low helped her. Try Cardui. - hurt a doctor, lawyer or college eatato. San Uossoie, near Flortho merchant marine was passed to- prlco and tho union butcher day with practically no that although tin llgurwt wero once, and It laboring liioeaaantly to proffeasor, maybe?" oppovltlou. Thi nieiuiiro provldos from 30 to 75 piv cent below the convince Victor Hnnuauuel of the Min- i"Doctor, lawyer, eolleie nrofeesort' AS! For Infants and CliUdreu for wile of the government flaet to prleen charged by a majority of re- Uarlty uf the eaaea of Italy and mother, "veil, hardly. Years AuiorlcHU oUImus aud for ooutltiii-tlo- n tail deulera, tbw striker., were mak mania, both nations bolng dlaaatlafled Why, thethe who .'."liven our milk In Uso For Over man Always bears of tlia Shlpplne Hoard, with rKtt-ltor- y lng (air profit im ibeli Mine The with the awangeniouu inude by the draws dewn fuO a week and tho o tin powr. union butcbent no drotandlikg an Ja peace eoaferenee and that it might be electrielaa and brlek-lac- r Slgiuiuu if . .in . ni 4 as for ti J mmw abaanas uk. ,orM from $31weekly4Awageueek IB to their latere to Join hands, la do ever ao uutah BUar-t- d, i Till Mmuiw You, which MUM) Runuata'i rqply to tho tho atael worket he a prince com- -' tklr mlnMimt mm npte would bo diullur to that pared with ordinary dootore and In- -' lf,.. V 0 1 OIKJIM "DRY." r.allies' irregular bowel uxhtciiumU Ia4 to of inly eoaeerattg Klum and would yarn aad collage pfftfcwor When you got up with a Our n, chronic rnnattvatloa aad a couailtut-- . amount to a alatfle refaral to evaea aoa niuat nut cbroV awa h.N fit' u S n Mwnlc in roar mouih. a datl Urea Nov no relink for food aud aca eoiutipat- - cd habit (lib the ersiem wtta luinart-!ut-o ! Uuaaaaat and au inuuiry aa to ou any oi laoaa raMP moioeuon i JOHN WMTfiiW, .ggfaW W nei ibrhlp la Heroin la aaael rega. what tae peaea ooaroreVe wa go-tt Mai abetalnera hareM. you may linow taat yoa aaetf a tie. eaa't baa niftl worker he hium UHtrmuJt, ky. aaaaBBaPLn'IBfNJgl e abut drive a iUk .i aa thlo city. There done ( CamrUin'n Tablete. They tator. It parlttee Ue ayeteii. vlia- Iiik ( da to foree bar iroofi froailhe bo a brtek-l- ar by- - ye aaJraaaae aa agreeable atavameat Hmm the blood aad Htu taa llgeat!fo HuugajfM eatital. " ' 'Mi. ggnCTTC whoae u v her ladfe G" "i "flag l andhMleataepaM 1 u tUr la ajaajte4'n ha aw I i P H Ma, rianvaaa etttttioif iv (.'iihui i.'iiMtrat" eieaaae ana bit t' e aaaaaeWata af aajr m iaa aaven. v i' ! for ? f , il r alaoalU ra'tafa4atantaaaeaa4iTM-n- TP IV !'j: C' i Sold hy Ohio i mV j fi.4 (i JUm anTank end .;u a 111) ami t.i ii io ii bl Iri ti i J Now York, Nov. 8. Whnt Is probably tho first "InBiirnnco church" In tho history of Christianity has been reported to hcndiiunrters of the Kpis-copnattonwldo campaign ns in operation In Charleston, S. C, Death licncflts, sick benefits and o pensions arc part of tho practical Christianity practiced by St., John's Episcopal Mission among its parishioners. Premiums nro one day's wages n month from each em ployed innn and woman who Is a member of tho mission. And In tho two months the plan has been In operation tho congrega tion of St. John's has Increased until now a movement Is on foot to raise a $riO,000 fund and build n church largo enough for Its needs. The Inventor of tho "Insurance church" plan is tho Kov. A. B. Cornish, n veteran Episcopal rector of .Mr. Charleston. Cornish was In chargo of St. John's as rector from 18S3 to 1896. How Plan Was Kuilw-d- . Tho Episcopal nationwide camprjgn for ascertaining and financing tho neods of the whole church mado It necessary for some one to direct the survey of the parish required by tho campaign committee. Mr. Cornish was ent to take temporary charge for thl purpose. Ho found his formor parishoncrs strangely apathetic. They welcomed him on his visits to their homes, hut failed to respond to his invitation to Sunday .services. Some of them, he found, had Joined the Seventh Day Adventtsts and wero giving one- tenth of their Incomes and their personal services to that sect. After long btudy Jlr. Cornish decided that to win back the Interest of his parlshoucrs he must give them nn opportunity to do something dcfl-nit- o for the maintenance and constructive work of their church. And fiom that decision the "Insuranco " church" plan was born. Every working woman of the parish, -- he explained, should give one day's wages to tho church each mouth. Every other woman should glvo f 1 a month. And tho fund thus raised should bo used to care for the old apd the sick people of the mission. All members of the mission who passed the as1- -' f 7f' .''ears would be pensioned at tho rate of $2 a' week Persons who became ill would receive $f a week sick benefit foi four con- sccutlvo weeks. One hr.vdro.l dol-Inwould bo paid to th relatives of each member in good st.ui ling at his old-ogrs nl kl 77 n sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ten pack' ages 300 cigarettes) in a glass! carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel! R. Camels are soldevery' where in scientifically J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winilon.Siln N t taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or pleasant cigaretty odor! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price! You'll prefer Camel quality to premiums, coupons or gifts! ' "Jar mW:h"f'.tjkW kVk L' permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your un- desires a bdnch, then buy some Camels, give them every taste-tes- t and know for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth-bod- y and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a class by themselves! Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the remarkable and smooth, refreshing flavor it providesl Camels are a cigarette revelation! Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only I most CAMELS are thePut allrefreshing, satisfying cigarette you your cigarette in L Ve9 z" a ' v isasARBfe1, , might become dangerous even for King Charles, who has been left alone In Hucharest to face the music by APPEARS TUMBLING reason of his great personal popularity in tho circles which feel the greatest resentment toward the attitude of Queen Marie Flees Rou- - the allies. ANOTHER THRONE . mania May Soon Be Republic Helps Sick Women BANK OF HARTFORD ltnl-Sim- p. GAR DID The Woman's 97W9????9 in 1)( RAT-SNAP- ." at al-'h- ad al dot-hire- 30 ed Druggists i bl tto fe-.lt- ateat ho i - 1 -- ut ' urm . i ''M -- ..ii i r rc- ter dined nt lho homo of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Russell, Sunday. ostcmJnR n hcpng and t0 Mr. and Mrs. a. M. Kirk visited the fallen nnd unfortunate men nnd their father, Mr. R, P. Kirk, of this PublMicd Weekly by women of this and other countries. place, Sunday. i COMING HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY i3t our Iden, if It bo that, la far Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Condi tt, Incorporntcd from correct. In theso strenuous visited at Mr. Alec Carson's Sunday, days, days of unrest, of high cost of Mr. WIIllo Tliomasson Is visiting living, as winter approaches, when TINSLEV, Editor W. S. r his brother, Mr. Noblo Tliomasson j thousands and thousands nVo out of nnd Business Mnnagcr. nnd family, of near South Carrollton. employment, facing want nnd sick Mrs. Mnry Eastcrday, Mrs. Entered according to law at tho beds that must look to tho moro Sale of Season Tickets Johnson and children visited at Bob the) for succor and assistance, n Hartford, Ky., as mall Postoulco, homo of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renfrew helping hand is needed nt homo as matter of tho second class. Should Be Large. Sunday. nover before. If you hnvo not Mr. Kenneth Awkey and sister, call Address all communications ready answered tho Hcd Cross Utile, of Mt. Carmcl, III., arc visiting j for n Tho Hartford Republican. dollar, do so nt the first chance. ATTRACTIONS WELL SELECTED their undo, Mr. S. L. Whlttaker, this ,Thls is a worthy cause. Help, . t f x week. ! NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Misses Mnttle and Lottio Kuykcn- HEAVER DAM. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent j to a new address must givo tho old t Will Be Both Inspiring doll, of Ccntcrtown, visited friends Numbers Address In making tho request. nt this place Saturday night nnd SunDuslness Locals nnd Notices 10c ' Messrs. Everett and Wm. Chapman, and Enjoyable Course Is day. Cc per lino for addition-- ; of Hcrrin, 111 nro visiting their parer line, nnd Mr. WIIllo Comlltt, of this place, a Community Asset. ti Insertion. cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellis Chapman. who hns been attending school at Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards thn nlnck Tno Pallbearers nt of Thanks, 5c per Hno, money in ad- -, An excellent list, of nttrnctlons has Bowling Green, was so "over-Joyed- " ing wero, Messrs. R. T. Taylor, Prcs- Farsighted merchandising and a real desire to serve sorviccs free, ( ley Likins, Tom Cooper, Otho Dcx- - been selected for the Lyceum Course by tho election that Nov. 7th found Cburcb Notices for here this season, nnd the sale of sea- him at home. oui oiuer auveruBcmuiuB, wi hub. ter E . siultli nnd John Hockor. make possible these superlative good son tickets should bo unnsunlly large. Anonymous communications will Mr. George Davis was in Lonls- Rod-patReports from the receive no attention. values in vlllo, last week, on business. Bureau, from which the attrac- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Anderson, of Louis- tions o'n the course were elurc-d-, state Mrs. Mamlo TELEPHONES ville, Ky., is visiting her mother, Mrs. thnt never before have so many com123 Tho nntl-nlgravings Cumberland of tho munities arranged for Lyceum courses. 51) Edna Mitchell. Farmers Mutual... present editor of tho Hartford Herald People everywhere are welcoming the Mrs. John Collins nnd daughter, rautings of tho grent opportunity offered by the Lyce- and the anti-Iris- h X of Arizona, nro tho guests of Mr. um for good, clean entertainment nnd former editor nro amusing examples .NOVEMBER 11 FRIDAY., and Mrs. John Dlankenship. Wo contracted ninny months ngo with Amerlcn's largest and lectures of nn Insplrntionul ami uu- - of "bush" Journalism. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud Driskcll spent 'thnritutlve character. most efficient Blouso , manufacturers for theso Wirthmor Silk with relatives In GreenThe calling off of tho Minors' the week-en- d Blouses. A Lyceum course is certnlnly nn Thirty years ago Dave Hill, the nny community. It brings to the Now York politician, was much abus strike was perhaps the best piece of ville, Ky. However months before wo placed our contract tho maker community men of note to talk on im- ed Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Flencr, of news given to the American people for saying thnt In a political con had purchased his materials, at prices just about one-haportant themes, and It also furnbhes of the what thoy since notico of the surrender arrived tho first of the test lie had rather have tho liquor are today. Huns flashed around tho Globe ono. week to attend the GnrdencrrClnrk music, pong und story of high stand- nion than the church people behind ard. The Lyceum cannot but make for wedding. year ago. Theso advantageous contracts, on the part of the manufachim. Dave, maybe, was slack on Mr. nnd Mrs. John King wero In better citizenship. turer nnd ourselves, coupled with tho Innumerable normal advanThe local course has been carefully morals, but he knew the game of President Wilson's messages of fel- Central City last week, having been tages of the Wirthmor plnn of Blouso making and Blouse soiling has and the attractions will be politics. icitation, or congratulation to tho called there by the death of their selected, bo both Inspiring inudo possible these really wonderful values. found to nnd enjoyRepublican candidate for Governor-elec- t grandchild. able. The different numbers may be For tho enlightenment of the Hartrecently sentt of Massachusetts, Having purchased them Miss Constnnco Shields, who' has brleily described as follows: at such favorable prices, we ford Herald and goodness knows It are, in strict conformity with our policy of giving to our patrons is the first from that source given been ill for some time, Is improving. MARIE ROSE LAULER. needs enlightenment on many things past few Ti Republican during the every advantage wo enjoy offering thuui at a price which Is Mr. Leo Stevens, of Louisville, Ky., far less you may say that John Henry ha,s At least it Is l!i-- only one visited his family last week. than they ordinarily are sold for. Kvery good American who recalls Just returned from a three days' w can 'hlnk of. Tho marriage of Miss Ruby Dunn the magnanimous putt of France in stay In Louisville nnd would make nn They aro in fact WORTH MORE; WORTH .MUCH MORE; but and Mr. Cecil Taylor was quietly sol- helping the American colonies to gain affidavit that there is not n drop to while they last they will bo sold at Just qzah). In the Proceedings by Congress to emnized Saturday evening at 6 their Independence, will realize that bo had In thnt city. And you may oust Victor Berger. the unpatriotic, o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. this oiimtry cannot but be deeply quote this same authority that in the in the problems elected to that body, 11. M. Jones. Only the relatives and In restoring the ravaged to be solved Domorcatic city of Owensboro it Is territory of by the Socialists of Milwaukee, by a friends of the couple wero present. our sister republic. Miss Lauler glvesjas easy to get as it was for a Demo-- .. Quantity is limited and no more of vote of 309 to 1, except for the lone ,.. . i... .. After the ceremony dinner waft servi,.. ..i I i. .it mi. in- - .minim in mu I'liiiiiiiioii i crjit to- vote .in. .Morrow for 1 vote, was a happy ending of Victor's the same styles will be obtainable. ed to tho guests. oi ranee, us seen ny ner m a recent aspirations to serve the deul and Miss Era Gardner was guest of visit then', and tells some of iho thing-- : Many years ago I had a sweetheart rebellion in our National Law Makhonor at a surprise slrower given by that must b.e done there In the Imme- that I called my "Girl ing Body. It Is said that the member of Gold," but --' her friends at tho homo of her moth- diate time to come. girl of gold on casting the lono vt's h t be Inves- er, Marie ltoe Lauler wns a French I saw a Friday evening. About fwenty-fiv- o stage of the National Theater in tigated. More than likely he deguests were present and they schoolgirl in u Belgian convent .when tho tho war broke out and she tolls from Louisville the other night. serves further notice. She was presented Miss Gardnor with nianv a womnu's standpoint the story of the a beauty picture in her golden robe. gifts of linen, cut g ass and German advance through Belgium, (beautiful When a man can stand In the mid- - silver-war- e. And don't you know, Tins, If the tells of the barbaric atrocities com- Madam hadn't been with me, I'd a dlo of a desert, with not a drop of mitted upon women, old men and chilmy newspaper license to have moisture in sight anywhere, and vote dren nnd recounts abo the story of claimed SrUMIl'R SPRING'S. for still more dryness, as the ma her own imprisonment by the Ger gone behind the scenes to have met jority in Kentucky did on tho 4th., it her face to fuce. (Say, Tins, be A great deal of corn on the bot- - mans her ecupe and recapture, und I may bo evidence conclusive, that the Anally how she canje to the Unltul cerium you don't mull tne madam a toin lands has boon overflowed and dried-out- s States of which she Is' a citizen, al- copy of this week's Republican.) ' rather like It best that way. Had it been it matter of mere' will have to be fed at onto gr it wil' though nt the beginning of the war whim, fho foilnu wlwi vm nnni1it woll be nlmo.st a total loss. Not much she bad never been to America und Please stop sending me the Re" soared might have voted for a llry !;vheat s.nved yet and if it rains much publican. For two weeks now I longer there will bn the smallest -- BYspell, and, by the same token, those haven't seen a "Streak", and it is wheat crop In this hectlnn since wheat not much to my credit to ham the who have been pinched by the drouth was all cut with scythe and cradle. "Beads" appear as the only rotten of 3 tow months duration would like- A horse belongliiK to Floyd Mid- stuff In the paper. j .4: naYe VPieo, tuo nincr way. ,. kiff and a car, belonging to Wilson, "j shake-dowfl- - Jones collided at Concord ono night or In a shake-uThe wage earners of tho country Real Jaijt week greatly to the damage of aro hearted Bolshevlkiward, and there ..nancial stocks took a big tumble- thii i both cur" and horse, but owing to is a reason. They believe they are week. Money Is said to bo tighter FORDSVILLE, KY. being robbed by tho profiteers, and procure since the Providence no one in the mix of war and harder to It was seriously hurt and by gum feel like they should get their share suiiawly times of 1907. Tilings are an investigating commit-to- o while tho robbing is good. Indusbohnd to hit a level in some manner would take until Christmas to decide who trial unrest will break Into revoluand if the various articles wo require was to blaiuo for the accident. tion, open, violent and destructive, 180 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acres to keep off hunger and hide and Thomas F. Johnson stamped his before the roses bloom again unless cleared, balance in woods, our nearly naked bodies, will warm dwelling, extra good tho government finds a way to curb out buildings, fine barn, good water, good meet us somewhere on the road of ballot under tho Rooster and called orchard, 20 for a new ballot saying he had spiled tho profiteers or to demonstrate that reason wo arc willing to take a ' acres grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence. his ballot and W. V. Sproule said if In proflteuring the widespread belief chance with a money panic of modspoiled a ballot he spiled his alis unfounded. erate sized porportlons, in fact we that 151 acres, 1 mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 128 acres-bottothink now that we would rather like so. 23 acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on public Neighbors and family, of this Sum In view of Morrow's forty thousit. l'oad and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. place, visited relatives down on Stink-lu- g dwelland majority Governor Black ought Fork last Sunday and report all to be genercous enough to movo to ing, good barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grass. tho 2Ilrd. Ohio counOn November make it unanimous. ty is to renew the postponed drivo democrats In that section still livHouse and 10 acres of land, just outside the town limits i toward securlug it's quota, $1,400, ing.i of Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine ' LEASE OPERA ROUSE. for tho Salvation Army's Homo Sercoming up STATE OF KENTUCKY; young orchard, 5 acres in grass. , A bargain. vice fund. Other matters OHIO COUNTY COURT Messrs. L. T. Riley and Park Tayat the time this drive was supposed 211 acres, 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 100 lor have leased the Opura House of on, last June, caused It to have been Dr. L. B. Bean, taking possession at acres cleared, balance in woods. to bo put aside. No moro worthy II A. Ashby, et al; dwelling, two vs; Notice. ima? onco. Thoy contemplate opening a good barns, fine well, on public Voad, 4 miles to R. R. cause than this of the Salvation ArSta.,Y skating rink and putting on some 25 support, can bo Motion for Public Ditch; my,- for popular acres in grass, 8000 feet lumber to go with farm. fiThe viewers having filed their vaudeville shows during the winter. brought before us. It is ono In which MARIE ROSE LAULER. m a hand, the nal report of assessments by order of wo should all have 80 acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road, all Tom Rhea, who withdrew from the She tells her amount asked is small and u little tho Court, December the 1st was fixed could not speak Kugll-di- . dwellcleared, 12 acres bottom land, some timber, giving by the public In geuoral will for filing exceptions by any desiring story in u vivid, authentic lecture gubernatorial race for tho sake of ing, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, half which bears the appropriate title of "party harmony," apparently might to do so. put us over the top. "The Spbit of tho Women of France." have doiio n great deal more toward mile to school, 2 miles to church. Attest: As lou'g us (ho memory of the world ! bringing about tin desired result W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Collective bargaining for a day's endures people will honor the bciolc had he entirely eliminated' himself 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acres wage, like collectivo or combined Clerk Ohio Counyt Court. women of France and Belgium. The from Kentucky politics. As It Is," wo level and in high state of- - cultivation, well fenced, good telling of tho commodities and necesoutrages visited upon them by the rav"busy orchard and plenty of water, L1VIA, ROUTE 2. saries of life, when It demands moro dwelling, good feed aging Iltin, their uniiuenchiiblo spirit predict thnt this business man" will hnvo nmplo op- and tobacco barns, on public road, half-mil- e than It's Just duos, is wroug from in the midst of overwhelming woei to church and n t. ' portunity to demonstrate, his busl-uoevery Tho great trouble-witBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan ' will uuvur be forgotten. school. ( ability before he again bus u November 8th a boy, the vast majority of thoso given At Hartford High School Audi- chanco to dabblo in State politics. Mr. Sam Rhoads and family spent the powor by orgauUntlnu or other92 acres, lVi mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta., Ky. Nearly cVonlng November Russellville Messenger. wise, Is thnt they fail to sou the line Sumluy with Mr. and Mrs. Robert torium Wednesday all fenced, 25 acres hill land balance bottom, 35 acres 19. right ends and ex- Welsh, of Plensaut Ridge. whero reason and m dwelling, good tobacco barn and feed stable, grass, DI'KKIIUKKT. Mr. Henry French spent Sunday tortion begins. Tinio Is not far disMr. Enoch Murray, an nRed nnd good orchard, on public road andon county ditch, all ditch power, perhaps that with Mr. and .Mrs. Then Johnson, of 1IEFLIN. tant when bomo respected citizen, it Clear Run, uns- - tax paid, half mile to church and school. now being crashed and jammed be- Maxwell. summons last by thoJwcred tho de. n must have Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hudson, of tween tho two oxlromoa Ruv. Smith wns wolcomod the, larger volco us umpire. Not nlouo Now Ilothol, attended tho Singing at members of Mt. lleimon church Sun- - (Thursday night nnd was burled tho following day at Cloar Run eometory, with their futhur, Jlr. J. T. Morris, tho homo of Rov. ('liiipinnn. Mt. Curmol, Sunday. duy It being his first sormou. braiuno the groat majority Is Tho revival at Concord closed ghrist for tho grinders do Mr. James Bartlett and children Mrs. Ednn Baxter, of Georgia, is Ho leaves a wife, two sons nnd ono hero. MIsh Lula llo'.ivor, who has boci Monday night with four additions to bo wrtwtvd from upont Saturday night with Iho form- visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dnughter to mourn bis departure. wo think control will navs with bor tho church. hovomI Hbv. Suull was assisted Mrs. J. E. Pari? und family thoM turning the upper and lowttr er's parents, Mr. and Mm. Junius Anthony Robertson, of this place. I. j parents nt Clear Run. returned to her tho lust row dnya of tho muotliig by to Ilipsley Hlgga und Mr. Morgsn nd ... OwtiiMuoro lust woik. . -- . linouufu In tho oud th lturtlHtt Sr.. of Kast View. Mr. atoaw. but . . . i i Rev. barrel, of Mclianry. mummy, at uoneoru .Moii., i nonm ni wwuimu. ri.......i t. koiiooi Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ilslrd. of Hurt-(for- Eldur of Cornlvo vilted in thin com- ruin at rwtinm. und of rliJht must. Mr. Suillli I'nyuu und family, for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris, or munlt'y Saturday 'night Hi.dSiiHduy. With Mr. Edward Liw h touchor. prevail. Sunday with Itnuto 7. M will. Mto Harriet Uhuw. of OwMfujLlrarmarn. arrived lumi Monday to marly of MuIiuii vouiity bavu movi-- i .Mm. CuImwhh Ciindlff. PiMr MIhmh Cora and Orabal TliomnK- A'uwIU lit a llttltt dangl. mmi. Kthol RchMlMH and Mr. CJo j lwrt. I'M btw tow UMd u NlMM.ha Urn BtiMt of their parents for a to thair farni. wlileh thoy receutly TM iwl majority uf iMupi hiw. liurchAMNl frofu Mr. II. II. Plrtlo " Miaftur wr Hvini I iw uny.. well mn tlwlier, tuiagta. ler of .Mr. m4 Mr. CwUmm Cumllff. bel Tktiiiiatt!Mi vtalid . at Mr. m4 ' Mid Mm rhlna TuhiibIk Uartiatt. uf llemUrs"i. Mr. Marfew ua it !. tujurt4 itoa4ftjr ttr-- Mr.. Vlritl Mfl' IMiaduy. Ifcv wMiuiry U js tkftt uunK renih st 01 BUI mjmv ilUjnHM. 'riiMdw to h tb gno t ar, ud Nn. SraaM Marrta. la M w4 fur Nuim- - noon wks a window fH mi tor ra. Mr atU Mva. AUay RoktrtM. Uwt ui.vf hi, futlur, Mr MiIvIh ItartUtt. im mm rUrtfoH. tM Mn. Mm MMr u4 Mr. Pat Tw rThe Hartford Kepubiican 'various ,jc other noddles practicing SPLENDID TALENT HERE 01 National Blouse Week ""w-i- j LYCEUM COURSE V for-tuna- to i bur-Tanc- o. , well-know- n h Wirthmor SilkJBIouses lf ns-fte- Hop-klnsvll- y-- nn j an - i- - .... Miro-enoug- h Carson . Co. Hartford, Kentucky. j LAND FOR SALE Estate and InsuranceJAgents I MATTHEWS, KE0WN & MILLER p, , self-styl- ed view-poin- Wig-gluto- ss fur-nUhl- I J mnv-'spendi- . d, wl ", af bk - 4lur. rathrl, int I ' iT vr lik In w ttl.) Vt V l v Ir IIIH A Good Point Now and then is relished by the best of men. For instance, d3 you know that w j) v ill I I Mr" Cook, wife of Judge Cook, For nil kinds of first class food at who has been quite 111, Is reported ns prices most reasonable, seo or call bolng somewhat Improved. 13. F. UABUEUT, Sunnydalo. Mrs. .1. A. Uonnctt Is spending the week with her dnughter.-jMrFleetMr. J. T. Cox, of Roslnc, wos In on business Aloud ay. Mr. Cox wood Ward and Mr. Ward, of town nml family will lenvo for California, nt an early ilato, whero they expect Mr. Henry Taylor, of Maceo, visitto reside In Hie future. ed his dnughtor, Mrs. H. II. Ellis nml Scnnlor J." A. Lonch, of Heaver Mr. Kills, of this place, the first of Dam, wna hero on business Snturilny. this week. Senator Leach In preparing to sell Tho sharp llttlo freeze of last night nil of his personal property, preparaand tho night' before will do much tory to loavliiR Honvcr Dnm. good toward putting corn In condition to gather. Nov. S. C. Chapman, former pastor on tlio Nocrcck Chnrgc, M. E, church, Clarence I. Tinslcy, who has been together with JiIh family left Saturday In' military servlco two years, has for Depauw, Intl., whore Itov. Chnp- - been discharged. Ho arrived horn ) man takes work with the church. yesterday. s. k. A Musical Attitude Toward a Personal Matter Our buslnss serves music. When a lover of music conies to us, nnd says he wants The New Edison "The Phonograph with wo n Soul" not at his For "Tho Phonograph with a Soul" is an instrument that finds its most pocket-book. look nt him (N IhMifK N. xC Salt! About Sli ncrcs, good Mirm Improvements, 3V& inilc3 south-enof Heaver Dam, close to schoolhouso and church. 18t4p W. A. HOCTCF.Il, Heaver Dam, Ky. x st appreciative homo with those who understand inuslc. M. L. McCracltcn, County. Farm Agent, was in Louisville, last weekend, partly to attend tho meeting looking to tho organization of tho Kentucky Fam Bureau. It you find it inconvenient to pay the entire amount on tho Instrument you dcslro, that be- I comes a personal matter between us. This servlco Is not In lin rnnafilnrcfl nti Imltinn- - 1il ment; wo simply wish to ac commodato ourselves to" 'your rUe& convenience. Tho details can w f, be arranged when you call. i EH o I I Pli SHEli&in WKmym DUTCHESS TROUSERS 10c a Button, $1 a Rip Baize, of the firm of llnlzo & Qrccp, real estate dealers, Is In Meridian, Miss., looking nftcr business of the firm. Ho will go from there to Hartow, Florida, beforo reMr. Houm turning. m. 1 Messrs. Alvis Bennett, of Louisville', V. G. Bennett and daughter, Miss Esther, of this place and Miss Mnry Smith, of Veaman, wcro guests of Mrs. Martha Ward, of Nocrcck, yesterday. i Preaching nt tho Methodist church Hartford next Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M., and, at 7 o'clock P. M. Every ono Ib cordially Invited to attend these services.' Sunday school at 0:43 A. M. If you have not been in the habit of attending Sunday School, or if you once had the habit and hnvo lost out, get the habit and come and l)o with us. Classes for nil ages.' A hearty welcome to all. Come and bring your friends. E. WATT SMITH, Pastor. in, ji mm aLLLLV ooLLom Lv'' are adorning the figures of over 2,000,000 satisfied wearers all over the country that they are warranted to wear everywhere. A 1 Quick sales mid n profit reasonable to both purchaser nnd dealer shall be my motto In nil transactions In feed, groceries and merchandise. E. F. GABHEHT, 'Sunnydale, Ky. Mr. A. M. Harnett, who was called In Canoyvlllc, Saturday on nccounl of The New Edison "The Phonograph with a soul" E. P. BARNES & BROTHER Beaver Dam, Ky. is justly due. It these men to go to see that exact other fellow. old lumber &c.f that certainly is nice in to so much trouble justice Is done the the Illness of his brother, Dr. Nestor Harnett, returned "Sunday afternoon. Mr. narnett reported his brother much improved. class, guaran- i If you need a first teed surrey either steel or rubber (By Fluke McFluko.) A move was started in Louisville good." "NuffSed." tire, tho latest style, ask Fordsvillo . . organize Pinning Mill Company for prices, last week to completely BARKED HOCKS & DUROCS. They will write you promptly and you Kentucky, by Counties into Farm Harold Holhrook and John Bozarth are only out tho postage. Do it now. Bureaus, the ultimate result to b.;, went somewhere Jast week-en- d to that tho counties will form a State Twenty-fiv- e barred rqclfcockerels Federation of Tarm Bureaus in the work. We don't know whero, nor weighing from 4 to 5 pounds, ready The Rabbit season will open Nov. It Is supposed they got liitli. Hriiig all of your rabbits to end to be merged into the N.'.tinucl what. they were home Monday.thru for service by Jan. 1st, at bargains 'cause " Federation of i'arm bureau If taken now. Theso birds may: bo me. I will pay a high cosh price We have not had an opportu ll'.y to had now for from ?1.00 to $3:00, bujt for them. study or give the organization much W havo not seen or heard from after Jan. 1, will be from ?2.00 to LOUIS III LEV, ' v 19t4 Hartford, Ky. thought, but It strikes us as the only Ike Mason since the day after, the $5.00. sensible and reasonable thing for election, but It was reported that Ike Six fine Duroc pigs, months Children's Day Service will be ob- tho farmer to do. Tho. matter of had started for Frankfort to be rea- ohl eligible to register, at bargains night, bringing farmers of all classes to dy for tho opening of the General if taken flow. They are Defenders served Saturday by tho gether under ono head for the pur Assembly, Tuesday after the first and farrowed by a mother that proNov. 15, at Hothcl Church, duced 31 pigs at two farrows. Busy Heo Class of the Sunday school pose of bettor caring for their many Monday in January, 1920. JNO. B. WILSON, Services and varied interests looks like a there. Kverybody invited. splendid opportunity. The cotton Vfter two weeks absence duo to Wo havo ry a,,d "mothy cei in j at 7:3d. Hartford, Kyi The Hartford Republican grower, the wheat, corn, tobacco; and too much election excitement, (with. MHS. T. C. MA11TIN. ; growers of all other farm products. out tho I e formula being inj COOIi SPRINGS W.T3. ELLIS & BRO. .TTTT vovvA.m.M, - 1' IVIir.l ' ........... Miss Margaret Marks, of this place, not excepting fruit producers and tho jected) and also after being called Squiro J. II. Miles, of Pnradlse.was and sister, Miss Mary, who is teach- man who gives his attention to hogs to support our frail body by a shaky Messrs. David Goodall anuVKoy-Casey- , ' n visitor at this office Tuesday while ing In the Calhoun High School, spent cattle, sheep nnd horses may bo I m pair of knees on tho green carpet in of Cleaton, are visiting Mr. in town. In Kvansvllle. Miss mensely benefitted, not alone by In front of the august Board of Direct- Kate Willoughby.the week-en- d i condi- ors, we are home again and bid yon Mr. Otis Rock moved to his farm Margaret also spent a few days in troducing better marketing Mr. Otto C. Martin was in Louis-- I Calhoun.'beforo returning home yes- tions but by the huge benefits to be all, a pleasant last week that ho purchased from derived by education and a more villo on business Saturday, return terday. Mr. Gary. . thorough knowledge In tho science Jng Sunday. Howard Ellio says ho is In j Mrs. Rasa Woodburn, of Rockporc, Mrs. Mary Ellis, of Alexandra, is of production and caro of tho pro tho poultry bus!no.is he wants to tell is visiting hero this, week. Opo pound Circle Hlcnd Chase Mr. and Mr. W. Oscnr E'nll nnil daughter, spending tho week horo with her ducts after garnered. Farmers ev the world (hat lit' doaU only in llvo & Sanborno Coffeo - . .45c J- Miss Hose II. Collins. and last wook- - sons, W. K., H. S., and Howard Ellis erywhere should glvo this matter poultry, and if he wcro buying othor children, of airs. Kthelyn, spent Greenville, and Miss than the live sort he would not think Gladys Evorly, of Rockport, are the Mrs. Ellis will their serious and earnest thoiight. ond in Kvansvllle, Intl., and Owens and their families. & DUKE "I go from hero to Sturgls, for a visit At tho meeting held in LoulsvllIc( of taking stuff only half picked like guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wood-th- at WILLIAMS. boro. X lIAltTFOHD, KY. old Plymouth Rock rooster that burn. with Charlie and'Wayno Ellis, two above mentioned, thirty counties In Kentucky, were well represented. over his door-- Wedi.es- - ' Mr. and Mrs. Coiiiodore Lnko visit-da- y I Mrs. E. S. Howard returned from other sons,. 4 morning after November tha 4. ed Mr. Gardens .Sunday. Louisville, Sunday, after Siovoral PUIIMO SALE. Mr. Millard Beasley and Mlsi Blna Louis Ililey announces that ho has weeks treatment in a Sanatarlum of I will sellat public auction at my Wo havo some ndmlration for a Hoops went to .Rockpqrt, Irid., last PERSONAL NEWS secured tho Parr Bros. Saxnphone that city. residence, 1 mile west of Kosine, on follow who usually mnkes not more Orchestra, of Louisville, to furnish week and were married. . AND SOCIAL EVENTS November 29, ono 5 year old Jack, than six to ten dollars a week and Mr. music for the big Thanksgiving dance ID Messrs.Nr Pnto Hoskins, Wejby hands high, fine form, black with supports a family of 4 or 5, who, homo Albert Leach has returned after a short stay in New Mexi- We pay cash every day for eggs and Daugherty and Granville Morris, of to be given Nov. 27. All dancers are mealy points, splendid breeder; 11 Itonfrow, were In town, on business, invitedr Purr Bros. Orchestra fur- head of good cattle, 2 work horses, when ho meets youarly In the morn- cd, whore ho intends.to move, in a W. E. ELLIS & UIIO. poultry. lng or late in the day, whether it bo nished music for the Echols Mine's yestcBday. suckling mule, bay, corn, farming in rain or sunshine, in exchanging short time, opening. Mr. Cophus Raymer Is on tho sick Miss Mutlo liurrett, of Barrett's 20t2p greetings implements &c. of tho day will always come list. Jesse llarl, of 'Owensboro, Ferry, is visiting relatives In HartJj Tl COX. up Binning nnd tell you ho's.dandy, I carry a full stbek of stnplo and Mr. O. E. Scott and Mr, Jim Fer- of Daviess County, waB horo ford. nevcr had 'em better'n his life.' . guson went to. Hartford Tuesday, on groceries nnd everything found SENATE VKTKKAN soveral days this week, on business fancy business. in a first class, general store, which T. S. MAKTIX, DIES Mrs. Cicero Bryant, of Olaton. vis- for tho A. C. A. It maljes but llttlo difference who Mrs. Maggie Hudoa.1!, of McIIenry. I have resolved to sell at tho narrowited relatives In Hartford last weekCommonwealth's Attorney, C. E. est margin of profit consistent with ' Charlottesville, Va Nov. 12. Son-at- tho man or what his supposed sta- is tho guest of her sister, Mrs.- Suslo end. Hon may bofc the fellow who lnvaria- - Jones, this wcok. Smith, left Monday for Calhoun, right" and Justice to tho purchaser Thomas S. Martin, the Demobly greots you as abovo, will always ' Mrs. Rock, of near Hartford. Is and myself. Give mo a trial. Ilov. Virgil Elgin, of AdulrvillP, where ho will attend tho McLean Circratic leader In the Senate, died here bo spoken to by nil who know him, visiting friends ami relatives here this E. F. GABBEUT, today after an Illness of soveral vlsltod bis son, V. C. Elgin nnd fam- cuit court, this week. oven'thoso whoso lone mission seems 'week. Sunnydnlo, Ky. months. Ho wns 72 years old. , ily, this week. a grouch thu' Itublilts Wanted Tho rabbit soa-so- n Martin hudbeen confined to bo tho carrying of Senator x- get our T" L Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, to his bed since lust July whon he life get the habit of speaking to this r- opens Nov. lG.If you Mr. YV. E. Ellis went to.Loulsvllle. yk M i"' VH follow whom wo moot, who never has I spent from Saturday until Tuesday was forced to glvo up actlvo work In Tuesday, to atond a convention of Ice prices w6 will get yourrabblts. hero, tho guest of her parents, Mr. the Senate after a continuous service anything wrong with himself. Tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 20t3 Manufacturers. nnd Mrs. W. T. Woodward and other nf rwnnfv.fnur vears. While his con follow who has always "got 'em going Mrs. Petty, accompanied dition hnUioen critical for more than JB00,," relatives. Miss Lula D. Stone, after spendMiss Gustlno Mills, of this office, ing a few days with Mrs. Otto C. by hor mother, went from hero to two weeks, tho end came rather unvisited her sister, Mrs. Tymer East Hartford voting precinct, in near Iletla, Sunday. Martin andMr. Murtln, returned to Loulsvlllorto visit tho family of Mr. expectedly at 1:30 p. in. Four hours hich Lee Slmmernian, Ed Burrass, and Mrs. E. M, Woodward for a few earlier tho attending physician had her homo in Lcitchflcld, Mondny. This is the last call for Mut Hunter. Stevo May,' days. Mr. llonry Luach visited bis son, Issued a bulletin saying tho sonator Howard Kills, Hob Gillespie vote wont wet by a taXGS before the penalty goes Ilintoti, who Is u Btudent in the K. S. spent a good night and was do If you want guaranteed uouso had You can see at tho Ideal Theater, U., at Lexington, last week. paint, writo Fordsvillo Planing Mill Don't delay, pay now l3 Company. Their price and 'color Denver Dam, Ky., on Saturday Nov. ... ? t iiH nwfl gHrc mum nrnii.M., nnA.. Cn.t .m cnr wsst uuui u yur In "Miranda leaking heart valve and was moved Muurlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. card will como to you by first mall. 15, 1919, Vivian Martin King, mo and Ab Yelser live lm j Smiles," nnd u Mnck Seunett 2 reel to a hospital here some weeks ago Walter Parks, who hat) been seriously penalty as weji ag n,co lalority' an'1 wo wont ,,ry 111 for slmo time, Is Improving. Mr. F. M. Crowdor, of Itosluo, no- comedy "Lovo Loops Tho Loop." when ho grew worse fees for Ievyinff. advertising ? 0h '!S' critical 'roud Monday, Nov. 17, Gormand-For- d tice of whoso Illness appoarcd In his condition becamo Hon. Alvis S. Bennett, of Louis-villi)- , these columns recently. Is reported Stock Co.. op'eus for n week's en- lnembera of his family wcro sum- i Iked to forgot, Ernest BIrklicad votes ' A gagement in ull Now lloyal plays, moned to his bedsldo, but ho rallied In the wet torrltory too. Everybody Is Bpondlng tho week with rela- to be milking Improvement. mnTmn sx' can draw any sort of conclusion that' comedy mid drumu. tives hero and near (his place. within a day or two nnd later receiv 19M Sheriff Ohio County. to them fitting. I will open a small meat market ed some visitors and showed n keen soomoth o Thanksgiving. Interest in public uffalrs. For MrH. Steve Kills will leave for on Main street, tomorrow. Como In Turkojs Wnnti'il Clint Carpenter has purchaboil and FOB SAI.K. Utlca, tomorrow, whero she govs to nnd take a look. Unuil stuff nt a fair Do not soil your small turkeys. Huns Throe fourths of a mile from Is tearing dowi tho old framo build- -' REVIVAL AT HEDA. should weigh nt least 8 nnd 'gVibhlor price. spend u week with her daughter. lng across tho street from this office, Klmbluy Ml new. 36 auras nil tillable . tluwo 10 pounds. . Turkeys under A. J, WILLIAMS. itxoept new. Gewl land, will A wriw of meetings will bo held tho Mm. Maggie Griffin property. weights tiro usunlly poor and undeMrs. Anthony ltoburtoon, of Ileflln, anliUB,- - W1 G room tomorrow Morris Harnett linn purchased and l uroiluio daughtor. Mr. A. U. Per-to- r lumbar veloped. There is no duinniid for Ht Uodu, comHinlng All MjuJ" of fcucoml-hnii- d visited hur Kolu dwUiH. Jir barn. Un ii 3 tor. Kov. 'llkowUo tearing down tk a lot of fln thoni. - Kop thorn for Xumh, but leht. MMliitl by tin) and Mr. Porter hum tuia week. uil hiillrtfM ,, k L. b. WWi. akcfvitHt, i)rMbM,tablM ami klmUlftg bring your ruuiktUtldv tnrkoy to ! LttUhtliiil. Mr. bulhllugtf udjolulng th una uwtnii towint. Prlc i loo t. artl and tml tbtt uMh. Wm my Mh toi - RwynoltU. an HHr. yf rktrt U' Crwur. t UUoth to e.i ly. Mr. Praintto II. ItlUK. wJm kovt been fur aaie, i )he Paatfo) tmJMIf qs, , said, ,p 11! (Iroenvlll. klmjH of pouliry mui Wtt during jw.lt th Court Huum. bvr ehjr.' of th taHrt IWt lt sll in all ui tl. kiuiiiin thiil the oiUr isu m W. II. BLLIS c Ul: iuB'uB. A ii UAUNUTT. 2otJ uk, uu rcufdvd til Ml9Prul Yoifhad better see us today while the "pickin's ' THE 1 KM BUREAU. STRAY STREAKS 15ki&l&Gk. I , 2i "old-tim- ; Our Saturday : good-mornin- g. Leader I, - jt ' , iff , or . ' Trnnn fc NOTICE! Wes-terfiel- d, "'1'..., a" SSJrr-"" "". tk bn ? U: ,.. on. , S ce,t ! j(t ,,, ". vxici, ' J virll. HM '' vliii , . u-- r v establishment nnd maintenance A courso In 'Itoosovcltlan Americanism' which means Americanism will Xciv UNcoverlcH Show Space Hounded form n lending part of tho curricuCIKCUIT COURT. ItF.AVKR DAM. Sy Mronotiinvi. lum." Springfield Hcpubllcnn. emerging on n safe, nana and sub Judge II. W. Black, Owouiboro. Monster l'ri'puriitloiiM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. 4 y L. It. Munlock. A sinnll nnny of mechanic nnd ln- - stantial democratic basis. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClofk It. V King. j Fitting therefore is tho dual cel London, Nov. S. Tho result of the Mr. 1. LnDilUc, Fnrnior, Says "You nrc at work preparing the liorcw ford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. ,,,,s r" ThURli Motnl" Clerk A. C. Porter, I innmnioth structures for tho 1919 ebration planned nt Chicago tho first observations of tho total ecllnsn nf I lM Marshal R. K. Stevens. "' hnd fccd b,ns ,,nC(I wlth zl,,c last Master CoiunilsKloncrHartford. MarLive Stock Exposition. week of December. Victory being no tho sun last May which have Jim International Otto 8. ' -FORDSYIM.K. Tills essential preliminary task, In longer in doubt, the great llvo stock been worked out appear to establish y?r' rn,S BOt throuh prclty 800n-thtin, Hartford. wo may fitly celebrate tho Industry disturbed by war's uncerlimitation of space. This, If true, lWn" out ?1Sl A ?1 pke- - of nAT Trustco Jury Fund Cat V. Koown, order that Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonc. 'w ",,,uu BO "m,,r ral8' uuu Twentieth Anniversary event, Is be- tainty will move forward to oven Is tho most Dortcntous scientific dls- Hartford. Clork Olla Cobb. never been without It since. Our col ing conducted on a more elaborate greater success. Fitting also will bo covcry in tho history of tho world. 1st Monday, In March iJ days P. KcB8lnEor. Pollco Judgo--11 dog never touched pcalo than over before, tho manage- tho reunion of llvo stock raisers who Sir Joseph Thomson, ono of the Com'th. nnd Civil. Mnrahnl Grant Pollard. You try It. Thrco sizes, 25c, 50c ment being determined to Insure tho during the past twenty years havo world's most famous scientists and 1st Monday In May 12 dnyi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. comfort of visitors, exhibitors and participated in these nnnunl exposi- educators, today pronounced the con $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by 1st Monday' In July 12 dnys County Hoard nf Kdiicntlon. F. Caseblcr, Acton l)ros Tay- their charges. The spacious bulld- - tions, together with such nltcrnnto clusions of tho llovnl Society nnd tho I J. Com'th. E. S. Howard, S. S. 0. C. lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. 3d Monday and Civil. , prosperity nnd vlclssltudo as the In- Hoynl lngs and grounds are being artistiSociety "the Astronomical in Soptouibor 12 days -- . Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartA victory greatest discovery in connection with i dustry has encountered. cally decorated. Civil. "Hegardlcss of tho extent of Victor ford Ky. and twentieth anniversary observance gravitation since Sir Isaac Newton Owing to tho wonderful growth of Herger's culpability nnd regardless of 4th Monday In November 12 days Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo. and to properly house all will nttract tho largest concourse of enunciated tho princfplo nnd ono of Com'th. and Civil. what his Milwaukee constituents may Ky. Mlt'A ofufL" rnlanra nml nMmra nunr the greatest achievements in entries, several more buildings are In the his think about him, thcro is no proper Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUIIT. process of preparation. An effort Is seen within an International Live tory of human thought." place in the National Legislature for Moots Ky. Stock Kxposltlon arena. For good first Monday In each month. being put forth to make the Inter' Itnjs of Stars Deflected. a man of his beliefs and general rc- Dlv. No 4 Robert Qoff, Roslno. Apparently thfl results of tho calcu 'cord. JudRo Mack Cook. national drain nnd Hay Show a new measure wo will, havo a show of And nt this time, when good Ky. grains and grasses on a scnlo with- lations basd on tho observations County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. department of the International Live Aiiinrlrnnlqm. iimtnfllml nvnn hv thn Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beav Clerk W. C. DlnnkcnBhlp. Stock Exposition, on the same high out parallel or precedent, both as to piovo that the rays of the stars are Iirpnlh er Dam, Ky. variety and quality. Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. deflected In their passago past the 'sun ,uo n prime qualification among as- level attained by this last mentioned 7 Dlv. No. C Nnt Llndloy, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. In consequence of tho sun's gravita- - ,rnnU institution. ,.,,, fnr nitl, .. nfflpo .. Ky. exJailer Worth Tlchonor. Since tho Inauguration of the Federal Inspectors Kind "Short" Aw tion. This, author les say, tends to ()f uepresentatlves can afford to mako Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In Tux Commissioner prove he ruth of the Einstein thco- . D. E. Ward. position, it has been the policy of tho Mishrandwl. no conccssIon8 t0 ,,anEcrous hcresloa. Februnry; let Mondny In April; Usi Surveyor C. 8. Moxley. management to spare no expense to of stock ry which is somewhat obscure even Thcro ,8 just ono proper C0UrgQ fop Seizures of shipments Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoronet E. P. Itodgors. insuro perfection In every detail. feeds on tho charge of adulteration o scion lss hut nc udes the Idea of th(J IIouso ,0 j, ,n the 1)crRcr gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Owing to Increased cost of material and misbranding, because of the sale the limitation of tho space of tho FISCAL COURT. mntt0Pt aml thnt )fJ ,0 acc(jpt nml Mondny In December. nnd labor, theso dctnlls might havo of reground bran and screenings as uni erse. nilnnt thn rnmmlttpn ronnrt nrniiml- County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and been neglected this year, but tho di- shorts, hnvo been made upon tho re- . Dr. of the Royal Ob- - ,y...DelP0,t Prec Pross E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fur- , October. rectors decided that It would be commendation of officials of the Bu onrvntniv nf f3rnotivlnl and) fnlnv W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, doubtful economy and the high stand- reau of Chemistry, U. S. Department The cnosequenco of the discovery Constipation. Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Itouto 3. ard of previous years will bo main- of Agriculture, who are charged with would bo that space would no longer Most laxatives and cathartics afHartford, tained If not excelled. tho enforcement of the food and be looked upon as" extending Indefi- ford only temporary rellfo nnd should Una District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. Bcavor Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. er Dam. When the gates of the exposition drugs net. nitely In nil directions nnd that if in- bo used only for that purpose. When 8nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Mny, 9 nnd 10 Common schoo) are opened on November 29th for The feed known to tho trade as vestigators could go fnr enough they you want permanent relief take 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center-tow- n. Bonvor Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. tho great live stock roundup of the "shorts" contains more nutritive ma- would same ground. Chamberlain's Tablets nnrl tin car.'- the season, the public will realize that terial than ground bran and screen- Euclidian straight lines can not ex- - flll t0 observe tho (Urectlons May 1C and 17 County tcachors wlth cach regardless of obstacles and abnormal ings, and sells in the market for a 1st in Einstein's space; they nre all acknBe. Thoso tal)Ms not on,y movo 8th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. examination. (Wlilto) Ilnrtford conditions nothing essential to the considerably higher price. The sale curved and, If they travel far enough, tnc bowe,S( ,)Mt May, 23 and 24 County teachers lrnrove tno a,)petlte flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. success of the pxpositiou has been ov- of ground bran and screenings as return to the starting point." .,, ,unBtlnn examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rico. Fordsvllle. erlooked. shorts, in tho opinion of the officials, SlrFrnnk Dyson, astronomer roy- Juno, 20 and 21 County and State 9w 8th District B. C. Ituoades, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsonly a fraud upon the purchas al, said the expeditions to North is not To tne Egyptians dogs were much ford, Route 6. Xrliruskn Knocks Out Hog Cholera. er, but is demoralizing to tlu feed Brazil and West Africa had made morc tnan either assistants in the vlllo. Tho work and vigilance of fifty Industry. Honest feed manufactur- definite nnd conclusive observations cnas0 or household pots. Thev were Juno, 27 nnd 2S County nnd HARTFORD. county farm bureaus In Nebraska, ers who correctly label their feeds which allowing for all corrections due objects of veneration anil wnrshln stato tcachors' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. of are placed at a disadvantage in com- to disturbing factors, showed that They appear supplemented by the Hartford.. in the friezes of the Clerk J. A. Howard. the United States Department of Ag- peting with manufacturers and deal the light from certain bright stars temples, and were regarded as dlvinu July, 1 1 Ohio County Institute. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. riculture, and the veterinary practi- ers who put out cheaperproducts un- near the sun was defected as it pass- - emblems. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Cnscbler. tioners, have made the State practi- der the names of higher-price- d ones ed tho sun, in close accord with the Sept., 19 and 20 County and "Herodotus tells us that when a cally free from hog cholera. From ROCKPORT. The shipment into Interstate com- theoretical degree predicated by EIn- - ,iog belonging to an Egyptian family State teachers' examination, (white) an annual loss which formerly merce of ground bran and screenings. stein, as opposed to half that degree ,Ued, the members of the household Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. amounted to millions of dollars, the labeled as shorts, constitutes both which would result from application shaved themselves as an expression Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 26 and 27 County and Stato losses from cholera during tho cur- adulteration and misbranding under of the Newtonian principles. Police Judge John T. Jackson. of their grief, and adds that this was cachers' examination (colored) Hartrent year will aggregate but a few the terms of .the Federal food and Marshal Will Langford. ford. the custom in his own day. hundred thousand dollars. The hog- - drugs act. Inspectors have been In- "Tho dog is tho ono animal which raising sections of the State are now structed to watch for Interstate can follow man all over tho earth and FOR FLETCHER'S organized and practical- - nicnts of adulterated and mlsbranded WILL adapt himself to every climate and fJ ly all of the farmers report the ap- - stock feeds. Action will be taken, every use to which his master chooses TAKE pearanco of cholera as soon as any say the officials, in all cases found to to put him." outbreak is evident. Vaccination now be In violation of the law. "An appropriate memorial to Theo -- J follows promptly any outbreak, and dore Roosevelt is that decided upon Stop coughing! You rack th? lung? r rusaus m iHB iiuase iiu.uk uicaiizeii jfome-cyirepork of tho right kind, for Georgia. It will be the Roose- - and worry the body. Ballard's Horr- A Treatment WLWiii&!WGML and quickly eradicated. The control MVa the lIne(1 Stale Uepartment of velt Memorial Institute' for boys, and Hound Syrup checks Irritation, heals for WEAK measures havo been executed so AgrIcll,ture, ,wiiyg haa rea(ly lnar. will be located at the old Bullock the lungs and restores comfortable promptly during this year that the ket am, ,n many cases ,t wlu prove homestead at Roswell, where Roos- - breathing. Price 25c, G0c and $1.00 LUN6S 01 total amount of antihog cholera se- - ,Q 'bc ,ha best way ,0 mnrket hoes evelt's mother was born. A fund of per bottle. Sold by Ohio County I yS-s- CONSUMPTION rum has been materially reduced. As $500,000 is already assured for its Drug Co. . m a result several serum plants have In selecting hogs for butchering. .... 1......1 1nnn ......tltn uu ...uiu, ,1... oiatu A quick relic! for tint ti'rnl, runilown Irrlmc. uie .u.hu Kllnlli,i ilnvo fIrsr mnsl.lnrn- Af j couchi. nalns In chril. nichl iwcalt. hrmor plant having a crmMucrablo amount says th(J Unlte(1 gtates De,mrt- llon ihico, weak lunfl or romumptlon. It II doea-ne-t and one private plant reporting about ment of Agriculture. help you It coda you oolhini. Even though ( I A Safe, 15,000.000 cubic centimeters In its Lock box Ota OHIO MEDICAL CO, the hog has been properly fed and COLUMBlli a posclon. I lAmndif liitf Um a ILL1I carries a primo finish, the best quanciucujr iui iiuiui )U lity of meat can not be obtained if Setentr-flfinn' rontlna- - (f Otlfl ue ! thn rl trMtlrnnntal Poultry Helps. the animal is unhealthy. ritKY'S VHHMU'UOlviau offer A reasonable supply of fresh green you. Keep a bottle Klwajrt on hand. It will help krep Uio little ouca feed Is almost as necessary as grain Cooperative 11ii1iik Aids Dii luppiincl liralthr. they are to develop for chicks if 25c. a bottle at ronr The manner In which cooperative IPTJ or rrrnrnil tion j or It properly. If allowd liberty they will buying can further the movement for rotir dealer can't aupplr rou end hi name anJ ZJc.la atainm It for themselves, but better stock Is illustrated by the ac-- if obtain much of and we'll tend 7eu a bottle prompUj'. kept In confinement or In quar- - tivitles of a k association "in Cucreed when everythintr elie fall. E. & S. FREY green feed is not abund- - northern Wisconsin1. ters where It purchased In nervous prostratiorn and ftmale BALTIMORE MD. ant, it should bo supplied them regu- - 32 head of fine cattle from another vcaKncsse they are the tuinn-inremedy, at thousands have testified. larly. Lawn grass, 1eet tops, cab-j,a- rt of the State and also several ' FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND bage, and lettuce mako excellent bead from its own vicinity. The STOMACH TROUBLE When chicks aro confined to SOciation sold these animals individu-broo- d it is the best medicine ever sold coops with runs, they should ally to various stock raisers. Tho over n Uruggls's counter. be placed on where grass money netted by tho transaction was MY HEAD! Is green and tender, and, as fast as ubea in further promotion of the When fhD it is eaten off, the coop and run purebred cause by purchasing S pure-shou... head feels bo moved to a place whero the bred bull calves. The calves were grass is plentiful. or 'then distributed by lot among tho aches, when Tho prime essentials for a small members of the association. Tin one feels all poultiy house aro fresh air, dryness, the cooperative effort of tho nssocla-Miiillgh- t. nnd space enough to keep t i,as mado possible raising the perhaps a tho birds comfortable. The fowls 8t0ck standards on the farms of should also have as much outside practically tho entire comnrunlty, hav- FOR PERSONA!. HYnil-'NF- . toriRtic it Dissolved in wnter for douche top bpace as possible to run In. lug brought Into tho county ?1G,000 is the fiifrnal pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamLet tho pullets become accustomed worth of well-bre- d live stock mation Recommended Ly Lydia E. that poisons fresh-ai- r to open-fron- t, houses oarly ' & t Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. are accnimi-latiii- K A licalinfr wonJer for nai.nl cutarrh, means in the fall. Such practice in tho (.'ood Coiisli for Chlldwit sore throat nnd (ore eye Economical. hoalthlur birds and mom ggd whon A Ha aibaonlintry rtcannea .n-- yttmunUi system, nml fnwrt. Mrs. J. W. 1'hllllps, Redon, Ga.. cold weather arrives. jmtwta. "t ..r"J should he " nnU."-?"1 lie Puton & uI Cwiniary. Union. Klaai.ty I r3f Very few poultry raisers practice a phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant cleaned out systematic plan of disponing of tholr thoro for a bottle of Chamberlaliv's at oncp. Remedy and bald she had fowls after thoy havo coased to bo Cough can ho host reproductive. on bought a bottle or It at his storo Don't wanto food ascribed to our own neglect or LIV-VER-LAX was doing her cently and that it heuv. carelessness. When the organs fail u " """ "ul BI,U """-t- o Fowls nt the heavier biood uoimo in the (Uncharge of their duties, fil1UBil You produce a profitable, numbor of ''' to k,,t,l' "" tho .routniont. the putrefactive gcrnis b'et iu and ujUr f,,r co"1,s generate toxins actual jioisous, gtf.t at the and of their mcoiiiI luylnn wl" f''"1 or for :ol,,, eur. This ImliU true with the light- which (ill one's own body. '"I'ectora-l.iyln- g Sleepiness after meals, UuuhiiiK it. breeds ul the end or tholr third u ko3l,i' tM0 co"h lo"3e' the bystoin She yeur. ea'' am w'0" of the face, extret'uc lassitudo, m dizzinesH, wk headache, Provide box partly IllleU with f ro" th "01- rC' o.iil dubt or wood uhqo. so as to acidity of the btomach, heartburn, offensivo breath, anemia, loan of ni 'be hens an opportunity to tak. UUKtiHKHT CONFLICT OK weiglit and miueular powtir, NT. It gives them ueedeU WAIl MK'UIIT AT MAR Fool rlaht tho Don't !ny iM of vitality or lowering of from work nildays time.taking caloan: l free from i'!'a th'-tby for ivdihtance to infectious dineutH, whwi Iteepa yo t Paris, No. 7. Tht blaadlest Uat-- j (itetur tailing or the eyo, dyspepsia, u your fett, white rulluviiijjyour trout war was the battle of the tl ituJigetiiin, gastritLi, luuiiy fujius 1. Sttfer too, mihI'omv to tke. DimiI Mi- l'tit'bratioit. 'of the Murne. ornolul rlguVes jul oaui't of eutanh, vHthma, car affuvtions taku anvihbiaf cIm. YoncioanMg alfon t .iu' it. EliminateH poiBons. Live Block complli'd nhow the lussa y ulii-- l uud iWlinents result from K tem and riliovcB count inatioiL A hoi I)..u n:i.ouo ural uaUirulin Udtictlow, ur-II l 400,0 vluil I IU ttTcct and cwruiin in I Take cantor oil, or (tniro at . v. u won't be Lkh VV-Lathe drug iston.--, a plcuUa)! vtRe- - MotnpUulyloos Won calomol duplac'o rot 1 in v 79 "(M ' tablo laxative, tailed L)r. Plum'? botM. Children can takj it t'tvrly w. b life f tot riCWallt K . .MllMIMlakl lil With aaurfoct ttavfttty. K very Iwi la iftinJ 1 Uuy-ftppl- o, aluo4 uuj My, utwd. Mtftnd 1 in buttaM. N MMthM arUlMMt Um IUcmmw and ' m ju 11 ' aaaaaairt K. Illitr.hat NaW awle s. FARM DEPARTMENT UNIVERSE LIMITED DIRECTORY ""' I o C. ltAT-SNAI- V ' i i tho-aho- ,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,, n, er ., ,,.,. ly Children Cry CASTO R si Mothers ife use frts. Ai... - YOU. OUR 2mm GERMINAL REMEDY rt 0.n ,.,, vwu u6e fci mil ' t drnt-giit't 1CJi5 FOR ONE MONTH sA. Wl iectrlc live-stoc- 5 c a package itfers r before the war the-grou- ld 9 c a package 6 package during the war -- thick Every Woman Wants out-of-so- rts coated K THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PR5CE! ) J Auto-intoxicati- USE "" "''" .' o9lf. " For Lazy Liver and Troubles ol Constipation. Lh-VtrL- ' de-crct- - frt ikunt j wr: aitf-pouoni- nl ur yr I 1 i'.f ' an ip 1 trm wmmtmfmis, smemem&ewgsm&j U m wm I .. . wxitujkm vym&. & ' m GROSS GIVES FULL ACCOUNTING War Council Tells Hew Millions . AROUND THEWOmj) WITH THE AMERICAN RED CROSS. Va PUT CAMPAIGN FIRST jf At Saloniki. M Indications Point To Certain Victory In 75 Million Drive. Contributed by Public Were Used For Belie!. llillffiBBBl nai'mnahy smoke ' Situation There Outlined BIG TASK IS DESCRIBEDT In Twenty Months , $154,000,000 Was Spent Overseas and $119,000,000 In the United States. Rev. J. R. Black, Publicity The vcrltnblo nioimtnlns nf relief supplies turned nut by the millions of chapter workers during the wnr innilo tho American Hod Cross one of the biggest "nialiufactililng concerns" III the win Id, with groat warehouse spiuo at stoics of (dialogic points all m mind tint globe. s One of the biggest distribution wus ut Saloniki, dicece, mid In con-lot- Di- Washington. (Special.) Through n complotr report if the work .of the AniorU.iii ISimI Cross In the uiir hy Chairman Ilenrj I IMJmiii, on of tin- win-- council, the orcuiila-tloon thi i'i of Its finnu.il vni of mouthers liming tho Thlnl Nod Pro'.' Hull Cull, November - to It, lm reiidotod mi ticmtintlnK of lhu lf n - rector, Describes Progress In the Blue Grass State To Date. REV. j. n. BLACK million clVi'ii It hy thi: Anicrl-on- n people in help our (lghtln;; men In mid our allies. The Htutoinciit part, ns follows: "Tin' wnr council of tho Amorltnii Nod Cross Is now p'opiued lo nuke n 'Complete nriouintliiK to the Anu'ilciui people of nioliej uintrlliutod mill expended, ns well ns the work done h the American lteil Cross during the period In which the war couth II was i l, this picture' r.iilgailau prisoners of wnr mo soon theio unloading n Hod Cross cm go of i!,"00 boxes from a rroifi.li trimsport. At the right Is seen one of the American Hed Cioss camrotis, Heels of which woio used In lushing lollef to points where the suffering was greatest. bjli CopjiiuMim J. Kc)no!Uj IbbaccuCa. W.1 WWUiK .. In control of lis affair. The war council was apixilnted .May 111, 11)1!), ami went out of existence lVhrnary ll'S. HUH ' "It was AROUND THE WORLD' WITH THE AMERICAN W RED CROSS. of a jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert I NEVER smokejoy as you pufT out was cuch 'J.' 'Jf. ? XV:'W. ' A v I m i J l - ' That's becauce P. A. has tho quality! ' the pradlce of the war clc lompleto pulillclty to only Its polities and lliumcc, hut now that a picture of the war period as a whole can lie plosonlcd. It Is Ithe reeling of the war council that n report In this sumiuiirlred form should he made dlrectl) to the public which pioWdcd the iiniiii'j and c.nc the effort which made the American Ned 'Cross a succesi "A stnlemeiit of the American Hod Cross effort and liniinrW plnio the war council relinquished Its control will lie made to the public tluoliuh the executive imiltfoe, and It Is Important, therefore,' that the fact tli.il this leport covers the period onlj until M j l eh 1, should be cniefull) noted." Following are certiUu round flginc coverltiK Ameilc.ui Hed Cross p.ntiol-pu- t Um In the war, ns revealed bj tho wnr council's report: Some Outstanding Figures. Contributions leielved (material and mi'tioj). $1 00,0() ),000 council to Hcy , On German Soil. m lls j jjfc ri By REV. J. R. BLACK Kentucky Publicity Director You can't fool your taste apparatus any moro than you can get five cces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your 'pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line ! Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of jts own, but when you, figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments ! half-poun- JHP ' KwSH&iSMl. i . r vm itKsnw iiS, 5ait yS22fiI&J I Mir jBt ijo'f iiaTT.-tuiiSilTW"- -' Hed ClohM uieuilM is; Adulth, JO.IHW.OOO: i t Hcllcf articles irodiueit by volunteer workers.. a7i,r.77,ooo ramllles of soldiers aided r,oo,o hi bv Home Servlte In U..S. Nemshmentb mtvci! bv 10,000,000 canteen workers In L'.S. NurM'H enrolled for jerv-k- e with auuv, nuvj or Hed Cross Kinds of comfort articles distributed to soldier 00 mid sailors In lT. S . . . Knitted unities glon to Kniiiieis mid snllors in . 10,000,000 I'. S uons or reiier .supplies shipped overseas 101.00C Foreign In countries which Hed Cross operated P.itlent da.vs In Hed Cross hospital In Pronto WWW rrencli hnspltnls jjlven ' miijcrhil aid Splints supplied for American snldleis ., '. . "ivi.ooc Gallons of nitrous olde mid ou-efurnished 4,.TI0,(X)e rrencli hospitals Men served bj Hed Cross i.r),:i7iooC In I'mnoo... . canteens 1,720,00( Nofujroos aided In Prance Anieilcnn convalescent soldiers ntteudlni: Ked :i,uo,oo( Cross movies In I'm nop S(ddlers can led b.v Hed Cross amhulancos In Italv l is.oot Children cared for b.v 1W.0IK Hed Cross In Italy Of the $100 000,000 In money an) . 'supplies, rnuli United to the American Hod Cross during the twenty mouth the war (niinoll was In existence, was allotod to nation i) ,$2a.'!,000,000 eul jhendipmitors, while S1S7.IHKMXW to the ohnptois to llnauce their no thltles. lXpendltures In the twenty 'months tnlnlled .7:1.000,000, divided ns follows: Itj national headqiniters In Franco, Sri7.000.000; elsewhere overseas $(11,000 000; In tho United States. Nod Cross workers Clilldlell, 11,000,000 ... 31,000,000 S,100,000 In the City Square of Treves, J ! (lor-inan- y, i I ho.idiiuarters of the allied mil fou os, mi auolont cross surmount-o- d monument marks the clt.v's center uf tratllo. Tor this to.ison Anierloan Hod Cross olllelals conv oiled It, n shown hy this picture. Into a dliectnry uf all Hed Cioss activities in the city. AROUND THE WORLD I " WITH THE AMERICAN ( RED CROSS. ,n Roumania. Ir ISfcNt I M4CMfc5vwr JV X i u ' 'Jr ,.5- ' i iMMnM,. nftor the ontrnnco of tho United Stutos In the war tho successes of tho Central Towers In Houiunulu had roilucoirtbat 'country to a most li.iglo condition mid In the summer of 1017, the Aiiieiioau Hed Cioss despatched Its llr.st Houuii(Uluu relief contingent. Two hospltids were ut once taken over and opetated by the Hod Cross, a canteen for the burning mid .food and $1S,000,000: by ehaptorH In tho L'nltod refugees established clothing distributed over a largo urea. d States, .v. 1:1,000,000 ; cost of was onu uf the Transportation In articles distributed toughest problems with which tho Hod Trance, $2."i,000,000, elsewhere oer-.sonIn Hoiimanln had to J?S.00(),(K)0; In the United Stntos, Cross workers deal. Hero Is soon uli ocart "used S'JS.OOO.lM), innUInu total expenditures by tho Hod Cross to carry Ha relief In Franco, $8,000,000, elsewhere ovor-nensupplies up Into the mountains. $Tl.000,t00; In the United Stntos, ' Soon chaplor-"produce- s, s, .$110,000,000. The American. Red Cross join -- WillYouBeOne OfAMiliionWorkers lb Secure MemBers for TtieAmerkanRed Cross All you need is a SB VolunteerNowAlur Chapter Headquarters TltirdRed Cross RolitiU TCovomber2-ll and a- - Qc 1 ill" M' ' i"wt Toppy red bant, tidy red tins, handsome pound and d tin The organization of Southern Hap-tlst- s humidors and that daisy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with , dolfor tho raising of 73 million sponge moittcner top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. lars for all pluses of work fostered by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, WJinston-SaleN. C. this people has now been pushed out until all of tho 18 Southern states have followed tho suggested organization. Kentucky is not behind in tho number, OIL HOVAIriKS soox ginning containing two acres, more were oblidgcd to rsJucc to 2 per cent for in tho 7C district associations there WIIjIj UVS WVOMIXG or "less. the interest on deposits exceding 200 The purchaser will he required to aro now 70 assoclatlonal organizers, execute bond with secuiity to be ap- marks. 74 nssoclational publicity men and CO Cheyenne, 'Wyo., Nov. 8. Oil proved by tho commissioner payablo W. M. U. organizers. It is tho purpose Hcgulato tho bowels when they fall royalties at the r.it(of $2 a minute, In six months bearing interest at tho to have one of each of these in each a million dollais a )car, aro being rate of 6 per cent from dato until to move properly. Herblne Is an paid, having tlfo foice and effect of association and then In tho local bowol regulator. It helps Wyoming and by a judgment. A Hen will be retained church there will be an organizer in paid tp the state of this time next jear tho rate will bo on the land sold as additional securi- the liver and stomach anil restores a addition to the pastor, who Is the dity. fino feeling o! strength and buoyancy. rector, n W. M. U organizer and three $3,000,000 a year. Then Wjomlng Given under my hand as commis- Pi lee COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug may become a stxless state. boosters, who will do tho publicity sioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court this Company. nx work. The organization has also the 10th day of November, '.1919. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. until practically all of tho 1.S30 MASTKU COMMISSIOXIJK'S SAM:. McDowell A. Fogle, Atty. Baptist churches in Kentucky have l A DOLLAR SAVED. theso officers in charge find every efOhio Circuit Court. maxy'iiuxs okt hick fort Is now being made to bring infor- R. W. Davis, et al., Plaintiffs. mation and prepare for tho gloat drive dksp1tk povkkty tami vs. Notice of sale. For a limited time we ofwhich will bo made in one week's George Davis, et al., Defendants. tlfnc. the date of which is November By viituro of a judgment and orBrussols, Nov. S. Although Ger- fer our readers the Louisville SOth to December 7th. der of sale in the above styled action, many may cry poverty, Tho stato organization 13 in charge rendorcd at the September she counts Daily Herald and The Hartterm, of Hev. O. IS Bryan, Corresponding 1919, directing mo to sell tho herein- among her citizens many newly rich, ford Republican both one Secretary of Missions, Louisville, Ky., after described land for the purpose Belgian newspaper Prof. John L. Hill, of Georgetown Col of paying tho costs of the abovo styl- sas a year for $5.50. To get adQuoting tho "Volte o'. tho People," lege, Stato Organizer qud Director, ed action, together with tho cots of Georgetown, Ky.. and Hev. .1. R. Black, this sale, and dividing tho remnlnder Frankfort, tho newspaper declares vantage of this low rate you I uhliclty Dhector, Louisville, Ky. of tho proceeds among tho parties that in 1917, 421 Germain admitted must be paid in advance. At tho geneinl office in Louisville entitled thereto, I will offer for sale a revenue .0 'llu of more than ."' most cncoumglng news is being at public outcry to tho highest and tho continually letelved. Tho people all best bidder, at tho Court House door following year their nuiiAH'r was iu The rule applies to both new over tho state ai so enthusiastic in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, No- cieased to 504. and old subscribers. about tho campaign that from ovorv vember 24, 1919, (It being tho first As to farmer., tin pp(or siys they Send your order to The quarter responses aro now coming and dny of tho regular November term do not know what tt do with their some churches cannot wait for tho of tho Ohio, Circuit Court), at tho dilvo to bo made but aro now pledging hour of 12:30 V. M., on a credit of money. Tho savings banks in Hesso Hartford Republican. and giving moie than was asked of (six and twelve months, the following em Tne last message loreived was described real estate lying and being trim Poplar Grovo church in Graves In Ohio County, Kentucky and boundcounty, which was asked for 3,000, ed as follows: BlirFTTTTl of On tho North by the lands and after a sermon by tho pastqr plodgos were mad6 and the amount Geoigo Taylor and B. P. Sandefur; was more than raised. This has been on tho East by the lands of E. P. Sandefur and J. T. Smith: on the done in many other places. Tho information that Is coming to South by tho lands of J. V. Miller tho naptlsts Is probably one of the and Jack Str.itton. and on tho west greatest bonpfiU that Is being deilvod by tho lands of J, T. Davils. deceased, fiom the (.impilgn. A pistor in ft and C. M. Taylor, containing 110 mountainous association who had beon acres. Pin chaser will bo required to cxe-cupieaching for over thirty 'oais and bonds Immediately after sale, hid always maintained a position nuninst tho support of tho ministry, dud and payablo In six and tvvelvo nnd who did not bellovo In missions, mouths respectively, in equal installstated at tho mooting of tho district ments, bearing Interest at the rate association which ho attended tlnkho of G per cent per annum from dato The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been had learned more In this mooting of until paid, and a lien will he retained in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of ns additional security. Said bonds what God intended ho should do to and has been made under his persend tho gospel to tho othor tddo. as to have tho force and effect of a vvoll as to his neighbor, than In all his judgment. sonal supervision since its infarcy. Given under my hand this tho Bth acg'Cg' llio hofore. A layman who had never Allow no one to deceive you in this. Riven to missions or much for any day of November, 1919. d " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and OTTO C. MARTIN. , object of the chinch, said ho wanted to Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Master Commissioner, O. C. C. give $200 a ear for tho tlvo yeais of 19t3 Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. t campaign. A railroad man upon J. M. Porter. Attorney. hqarlng tho call gave at once a fifty I dollar Victory bond and said this was MASTKU COMMIhSIO.i:irS SA1.K. not to bo counted as his part when tho Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, drlvo was mndo. from those to a Amanda Griffin. Plaintiff. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains vs. Notice of sulo. groat gift of $30 000 by Mr. GeorK i: neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Hays of I.oulsvllo tho Baptist people Nannie Huth Nail, et al., Defendants. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It haj Pursuant to u Judgment and oraro being reached and nro enthusiast lo der of bale rendered In tho ahovo to have a part In tho groat undertakbeen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, sajlcd action at tho September. 1919, ing. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fcverlshness aTislng-therefroTho one d.iv In October that will bo term of tho Ohio Circuit Court, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids mo as Master Commissioner emphasized abovo all othor davR Is tho the assimilation of Pood; giving healthy and natural sleep. fourth Sunday, October SCti. which Is of said court to sell tho hereinafter The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. tho dny set nsido ami known ns tlfo described luud, for the purpose of dny for "Calling Out tho Called." Ken- first paying tho cost of this action, together with tho cost of this sale, tucky expects to hnvo nt least 300 young people to dedicate tholr lives and dividing tho remainder of tho for spocinl religious work on this day. proceeds I among tho parties entitled Ministers, pistors, Sunday school work thereto, will offer for sale, at public Bears the Signature of ers. pastors' assistants, and B. Y V. V outcry to the highest and best bidder, workers will hoar tho call for those at tho Comt Ilotiso door, In Hartford,. Kentucky, on Monday. December 1st different Hues of service on this day o'clock (It being tho One of tho most hopeful signs that 1919, at (-zZJ-cfirst tho Baptist: have is tho fart that tho Ohio day of the regular term of tho County Court) on a credit of cU Southern Baptist Theological fipnil- - six mouths, tho follow lug doscrlbod mry had on October 1st tho largest real cutatu situated uiil IjcIuk In opening of nnv In tho past three your Kentucky, near tho Ohio The XV M V Training .School at Lou- - town County, of llurtford, and buunded us 'nvlllo had 121 young Imllos enrolled follows. fo. special training. Kvarvvhoro tno of u at a mipalgii has cotton first phico In tho thoBeginning Miller stone, S corner K Cox's V II. lot In Kind You Have (linking of the BiptUts, and at thU lino; thence Kat with Cox' Imo Ketitu.kv BiptUtH aru going for .north to his N. K. THtt Or NTAUH OOMAMV. NS W VOMM I TV. lino roiuur, thutivu N. arcl to do a II tt lo of wlut they havo 210 feet to u mono, thence V with een waitiiu mniy car to do. Hue of Ihe W II Miller lot; thi luviHu S. vvltU said liny to tuu bo- $-I Children Cry for Fletcher's to I BpISi III El i&1 oWi Just-as-goo- What is CASTOR A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 12-3- In Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought e.t GET ALONG WITHOUT SCENERY NO LONGER A JOKE Boys in Khaki KAST VIKW. Kov'fl. Kuqun and Walker began a bcNos of meeting at Hell's Hun, M",nv n's', T In That, as In Many Other Ways, the Chinese Theater" Sisms' Primitive In Our EycS1. EMBER 2 10 II 10 Division Peace-Tim- Officials Answer The e Questions About Red Cross "Motor Corps, canteens and base hospital units operating under the Department of Military Relief are being reorganized for peace time. First Aid Is being promoted In an effort to save lives. Soldiers In camps at home and abroad still have the Red Cross with them." W. E. Kellogg. Director, Department of Military Relief. "Red Cross courses In Home Hy. glene and Care of the Sick and Die. tctlcs, training and enrollment of nurses for public health service and preparation for community emer. genclcs are making the Red Cross nurse a vital factor In raising health standards at home." Miss V. Lota Lorlmer, R. N Director, Department of Nursing. "Disaster and Emergency Relief has. been "organized, Information Service established and Home Service will, In many cases, be meet the needs of civilian families as needs of soldiers, apd their families were met durino the war." Starr Cadwallader, Director, Department of Civilian Relief. Scenery In Ohnu Is rnu.pl''uous by Its absence. Mountains, motiiitiilii pusses, rlvora, bridges,, city wnlls, (cm plo.s, .graves, thrones, bods objects are represented by u,n arrange-inen- t of chairs, stools mill benches, while the piiiw of rivers horse, riding, unlocklm; of door.s unit entering houses where not even n screen elstf between the visitor ami thnii! hevl.sltH, the climbing of mountains, execution of criminals nml numerous other no tlons nro presented by piintomhnlc idol Ions that are perfectly understood by the audience. Thus leper drinks wine, In which, unknown to himself, a venomous serpent has been snaked, feels nn Itching 'scnsutlon and throws lilmscjf Into an imaginary fish pond where, to the heating of gongs, he goes through the motions of washing and finds himself cured of that loathsome disease, to become a future chief graduate. Or a general sent on a distant expedition liRindislies his whip, capers around the singe a few times amidst the clashing of cymbals, and then stops and Informs his audience, that he has nrrled.. Or a criminal who Is to be bung, iiccninnnnlcil by (he weird music from the fid lire, will wall and moan his confession nnd then walk over to one side of the stage and stand under u bamboo pole with a rag tied to the top. He has been bung! All pain Is represented by throwing flit bead back anil gazing upwiird. Anger, by very hard breathing and Marin?, eyes, hvery movement of the baud or head, the positions In which the feet nnd nrms are held, are all significant of some definite action and meaning, and these movements are perfectly by the Chinese, who will tell you, like the modern school of stage artists la the Wot, that scenery Is an unnecessary bother. J'rom "The Chinese Theater," l I'rjiik S. Wlllhiuu lit Asia Magazine. unit.-oilie- r d j . ii Don't Like "Slam" at Age.Old Mother-in-La- Standby of the Professional Humorist Has Been Killed by the "War, and of Course There's a Reason. MUSIC OF MARVELOUS POWER More v. "The Junior Red Cross In Amer. lean schools is giving a new Inspiration In work and play to teach-erand pupils alike. It establlehes a link with the world and trains the children Inithe Ideal of interna, tlonal nclghborllness." Mrs. Harrison W. Ewlng, Director, Department of Junior Membership. a Earth Every Dollar Membership A Vote of Confidence in The American Red Cross Third Roll Call November2-l- l .(BOUNCES DIVISOR ROLL GALL QUOTA fled Cross Third Roll Call to sign up 2.430,000 Cioss members for Red l Cross service In 1U0, ac cording to an announcement made ar Lake DMslou Headquarters today by MaeKenzie R. Todd, campaign manager for Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky. Chapters in Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky, which number U57, have been supplied with campaign material from division headquarters In preparation for the November I'll dilvc for Universal Membership Cincinnati chapter has sent an order for 70,000 buttons over the number assigned the chapter by division hcndiuait-:s- . Toledo has promised 9li,00(i at lean and Dayton Is counting on em oiling at Knst Sli.ono meinbi rs. Ashtabula lias written Mr. Todd asking lor double last year's quota. To date 85 of the 103 Ohio chapters 90 of the- 144 Kentucky chapters nnd CO or the 10." Indiana chapter have appointed special Roll Call chairmen to conduct local campaigns for Rcil Crns peace service menib"i:s to hmnnnlo is as Important as the organization's war service, In elTects. for the betterment of humanity. TI1K - YdurHome Community Needs Some Kind of Red Cross Service Your Membership Will Help Secure That Service Dollar jiVe Your Dollar by Armistice Day FtJ Cion WoiUtrt Vola trtr or Chapter Headqiiorlura to fUlp Unroll Mrmbm far 1920 JOIN THE NOVmiiElt 1 RED CROSS Chilrches of Russia. And what shalUI say or the music of a Russian cathedral? There Is no .organ and there arc no female voices. The chorus choirs are composed of men carefully trained through .t long series of years. The Russians have naturally rich, sonorous voices, und their sacred music is Inexpressibly moving. At times soft nnd appealing, at others a weird minor strain, it not Infrequently swells" into a volume of :dmnt overpowering majesty. I have heard church music in many part of the world, but such music nowhere else. It voices the sadness and suffering, the Implicit faith and (be solemn mission of n great people. More truly than any other church mnsie in the world. It is the expression of the deeper, soul of u nation, elemental in it's moods of storm and tenderness, of passion nnd of sublime aspiration, .livery time we heard it we stood In silence arid awe, conWe will be ghnl to talk with you or give you any informaI'dittf .IncKk been calling on scious 'that the strings of our hearts Sending Carrier Pigeons by Balloon Don't you think s tion you, may wish to- learn. six mouths. were being strangely swept nnd feel To Increase the usefulness o,C pigtime he proposed? ing as ir we were in wide spaces under eons la warfare wire cages, nvA Jut Mu.7il" Oh-o- r It --ns nearly a year A 10 acre improved orange grove will yield an annual the open sky and In the presence of Ihrge enongh for one bird, lire now In a Mount Sinai from which Issued albefore liV prnnpcil to me! income of $3,000. These can be bought for $500 to $1,-00- 0 use, says INjpuIar Mechanics Magaternately the crashing thunder, the zine. The eagts carry grain for ibe 9 per acre. Location considered. General farminir blazing lightning, nnd then the murlUT.lv IS VOi" At.t Altl.K. birds ami pencils and paper far and vegetable land sells for $50 to $20(1 .per acre. Unim muring of trees and brooks, and the dispatch writers. Thejr are still, small Voice. Wnshhi.s. mere emo- artaWled to small balloons that are much less. You only need a small farm Tim waters 'iihjetf to cereal fomii proved, land tionalism? It nmy have been, but th" rused when wind conditions are favor to be independent in Florida? Now is the time to buy, as during: cooking (ucre.iw the bu.k of mysterious spell still lingers In my able, und also deigned the finished ill Is. rJiu not its f. J this land will mcreaselOO per cent in. value In two years memory. Kxehange. to dropped from may value,- - One cji of oatmeal On tfie other hand, several of make four cups of porridge, hut the them may fn? strapped' to it trained Fine Work of Art In New YorV. Soutifc where people enjoy life and prosperity. Most important In the accessions of dog and conveyed by him to rtve de- four would," yiflltt no more nourish the Metropolitan Museum of Art Is a sired point. All of which is for the ment than was found in the original delightful relief sculpturo of Vishnu. purpose of establishing coiumniucatlou cup of meal, lii tho same way 3 with uV'tnehiuetits that become t olT cups of flour have about the same "The Preserver, the Plljur of the Universe," jaiyu the Jfew York Times. The from the main body of iro.cs. and, fociI'valUi as the pound loaf of bread relief Is GVi Inches In height by 2SJ while- resisting capture, have i;n means Into' which it may bo made. In width and Is beautifully carved of Imniedlute ccapu without outsliln from a greenish black stone In high assistance. The wire rages are ar1 1 .VAT I ( .V. (.' re'lof. The figure, standing erect. Is ranged r that tin; birds may be fed Impressive and the serious face gives without being rcinou-from them, the idea of . the thought power for nnd. furthermore, messages amy bo "I'Jtcur you- spent four houi last which Vishnu stands, the balancing Inserted hi the pellets the- - pigeons night In u puller den." force between the contending powers carry without the latter belnc handled "Ugh." touched. of good nnd evil. There is a wonder- or "Wtj-e- . you' in this den or nos?" ful amount of finely carved deiall in "I was- in the autorooni, her husthe ornamentation of the llgurc und Versatile Packlnn House. band admitted. PlttsburK Sun. the sort of canopy under which It It was pucker experts Im solved; At the four o1' inn pi!' in on Rt in' 'In- - most Import aiat problems stand. "THhit cBarity begins at home ife.j either shlo are two smaller ilgures, am nicKiciii 10 supplying our men witrt.l not lost biuht of hv -- the Ymoricnu in the upper part of the relief iim gns uuiks. Iris a pucker product thatrouunisHlwi charged with reporting X tiny figures who represent tho ten avaIs used to stanch, the Jtuw of IiIo.kI; tars of Vishnu. The figure comes from from the wounds of our soldiers; It on the advisability of uciteptlnt' u ti temple In KtltkerJ, in the Mysore disIs'ti packer product which Is used: to mnndatc trom Armenia. The com-,- J trict of southern India, which was sew up the wounds; the siap with. mission points out the advisability X. erected In 1171, and the sculpturo to which the soldiers clean up after their nf going to tho other rddn of tho supposed to date back to the last quarturn In the trenches N u packer ;noil-- ' world tu Htnttshtcn out the nf fairs of ter of the twelfth century. It was re- net ; the glue which, figures hirgyly In u wnomy alien people wuen we uavoi moved to Kngland In the early part of the mamifitciurc of. airplanes comes San FruiU'lsco . Mexico- at our door." tho nineteenth century. from the packers; the aviators'' sheep, (Mi ron tele pelt coals are piuker produces; for' use In explosive, auliuut! A Very Live Tree. anil' NEWSPAPER BARGAINS. In n recent St. Nicholas there Is n oils for lubricating The wagon farmers call for today. We have !"ii In r for harness, puttecv and Ibe picture of the buttered think of a like come lurgcly- from packing Iuilm?s them in wide track, in the sizes which farmers require tree broken away In pl.uvs, and Christ Inn I leruli. For a limited time we v it Is KrowluK u young tree. Thu in. and 3 in. We can for farm use. 21. in., 2 old tree was onu of thu xhiut redwoods furnish -, vou the Louisville furnish other sizesT spite of wind and of California, und In Deteetaphone Barred. . . , T . ., nnriiiTM WwU.wu. tiro it has made up Its mind to keep Send us your order at once while we can make iriiirwai ..nn I iTiimcnaiiou ni'iiru over a itctecttt rlht on growing In the penoii of tho piniim were burred in tho New York The Hartford Republican, prompt shipments. young treo in the very spot whew It , i iiiiiii i , nm...in- - ii.uii ..j .iiii in- T Act now, do not delay. Write us if you are thinkhas stood for years nml yours. pnxff was IntrodiiieiJ that the lusuu-- i botn "e ye&r tor ?3.5U. We ing of buying a wagon and we will write you promptPining ii terrible storm ou (lie mounwin Uk aeciiralely. It ws umh can aJ80 furnish VOU incut tain the tor of (he treo was broken off hy Jird. Henna niiMmer to gniher evl- - . ly and give you price, freight paid to your railroad ... . . and, nfterward thu trunk wn.s very deuce for her dUorce nctiou against ' Louisville Uaily 1 imes and) station. It is no bother to us. Wo will ho in iloidroycd by u forest Hie, but 3iiiriia ii, iiiooiiier, n nearly rV,ieshsriiHartford RePublican both, hear from you whether you buy or not. the lout reluluei! vitality enoiiKh to iMiiuiM-- i Mr jir. M'ud up a young treo within tho trunk, thill Ihu deteelaphiiue Is being used h,v one ra-,- 1 year tor 3a.au which protects It from tho wind. tin' Ihilted Siutes goermnent III It's pers must go to aame ad-- .t 311111 ft ft Tho original tree was a hplciidlil spe- miTi'l service work. Jiixilre doff r cimen, more tliuii II fisl in diameter piled: dress, and to a paid-in-ad- -, JAKK WIImSO.V, .Manager und totterlm: hUh Into tho all, hikI lid "Anyone might place nn lntrumint j vance subscriber. lt prohiihly bn of gtHly htuvo.v.or of tliU sort In n room und cluliu ho FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. kI:oi when thu pfotocllnu old ItuiiK bad ovrtieHnl coiucnuUnns of koiu Send all orders to the falls null)'. Ii hid uo Meu nt the time," oiet Hartford Republican. lic-llo- Moving Than Any Sound3 of Are Thoss Heard In -- The Ford Sedan, with electric The story Is told from one of the huge iitiilltorlums of the "V" In a canand lighting system nml demountable riinsu it It tonment not fur from one of the largtires front and roar, is a family car of est cities. The crowd extended to the class andcomforr, both insummcraiidin winter. doors nnd rows and rows of lilg, husky, For touring it is n most comfortable car.' The cUnr-eyehoys In olive drab ssuLcrowd-ti- l large plate glass windows make it an open car together on the benches. The next ivhcti desired, while in case of rain and all inclemday would llnd them en route to Her-Hient weather, it can hemadcamostdelightful hut that did not matter to them. closed car in a few minutes. Hain-proo- f, dust- T bey were there to bear the big, burly proof, fine upholstering, broad, roomy seats. man on the stage who was responsible Siinplc in operation. Anybody can safely drive A SODA I.AKK. for the shouts of laughter that blend-luit. While it has all the distinctive and economIn' one great roar almost together ical merits of the Ford car in operation nnd Lake Mncadl. In a barren, drv lilted the roof. One of the funniest comedians had eglnu of Urltlah Hast Africa contains maintenance. Won't you come in and look ft over? made IliO special trip to their camp million i of tons of soda deposits. Xa-tl- v Just to give them this opportunity. i 1: ..- collected soda from it for There is nothing that the American years without diminishing tho supply K. 1. It.YhXUS JigtltOTIIKK boy loves more than a good Joke. Tho porcoptlbly. Surface and subterranKjrft celebrated comedian was enjoying him Ucver Dam, Ky. k self as much as the boys as one after ean strenms heavily charged with soda constantly feed the lake. The another of bis stories "got across." He snu'd the best one to the last. chemical collects In the form of a r.r With u tw inkle in Ids keen eyes ho white crust at tin? surface and a new sprung ft, a brand new variation of the crust forms ns soon as the old Is I Til '' mother-in-laoge-ol- d story. He told removed. Tho crirst has the appearIt well, It was excruciatingly funny anil ance of n d sheet of ice It was new." Rut it fell Hat. The big but its temperature- Is hy no means spontaneous hurst of laughter was not like that of ice; It Is so hot ns la forthcoming. lint they more than made up tor It when they began to burn ono's feet, even through shoes. clap as the .Jokester left the platform An English company which has unand when they gave hlni three cheer.- - dertaken to develop tint deposit commercially plans to taku out .some after the performance. P.tit it worried the comedian and lat- thing liko 160,000 tons of soda an er he asked a lieutenant about It. Tliff nually, transporting It to the const lieutenant lighted his cigarette before hy a railroad which has lately been Answering. "I dcnt suppose you fel- built for the purpose. lows outside Ibis nam's army have any . : reason for knowing this, hut the old "If Cnrrnnzn and his associates are iroiher-In-laJoke will never get over The eyes o the nation ara turned towards the South-e- m again. I couldn't laagli at one, no mat- not. lacking in ordinary Intelligence, United States. Many people are leaving the North ter hoivf unify it was, to save my neck. limy must know that the United Many fanners It wouldn't seem funny to me. You States enn not forever endurd the an- bec'ause of the unpleasant winter months. see A hen war wns declared, I wanted archy which exists in Mexico) either vvv going where the seasons are more likely to reward in the worst way- to- enlist. I'ellowi because they are unwilling tin mainthem for their toil. Men of wealth are buying winter with kids see It even before the single tain, order or unable to mnlntuin orhonrcs in order to enjoy the wonderful climate, and the ones, hut I felt that it wouldn't lie der It may he true, as is ofOm right tfi do It then on account of Mary many recreations to be found there:. that the illiterate peon. and the children. I couldn't keep up United States' to bo utntqual the my home on n sohllerV pay, If I gave If you are thinking: of gojng South, you wish, to go for up my joi. it until t seem the square to tllo physical task of protecting Is to invest in a business enterprise its citizens abroad, but Carraia- ayu some1 purpose. thing to them then. those who share in his powers ran we either have it for sale or can finrf'Tt for you. If you "Well, my mother-In-Insent for me to come around one. nlglif and see her not ImhF suck a belief." New Vork wish to raise vegetables, grow oranges and tropical fruits, alone on my way home from the otllce Sun. or general farming of any kind, we oiFuryou the best bar-gains- to sbe told me Mint she knew jinst how I o be found m the South. nlmut enlisting and that I wasn't "New thnt she food act has been to let the money side of It stand In amonrhnr so zlnt tho Department! of If you wish to. invest in a 5 or 10 thousand! acre tract my light for an ln'stunt. I cnnld do .lusttnvonulif jjaifc after the food gongt for co what I eouhl she said, would ers, ionization purposes wc have some of the finest untlfe Attorney General nsks cho make np the rest. She hadn't n.boy improved land, in the South, located! fn Mississippi and of her own to go and anyway Mary and public to en if profiteering." The Alabama. This is level upland and near railroads and the children were to get all s6e had public would lie xiarf to do this, hut public highways.. Price $8.50 to $20.00 per acre. Only when she was gone, they might as well there is a pntvulent feeling that help. have it now when they needed most may need', some official a small! payment in advance. Balance several, years easy It's no use. the old mother-in-laJoke PhillnVlpliia Press. payment plan.. We? have improved farms of 100 acres or Is ilea if. There are hundreds of boys more which can be bought for .one-ha- lf of the price the right here In this one camp wrti feel .1 1'AVAVS WAS SLOW. eiuctly a I do about It." same land is selling for in the North. Terms reasonable. sclf-ttnrtinfr ch d t. g snow-covere- Alec Alexander and family vis- -' Itcd Mrs. Ah Sharp, of Cane Hun, n few dny Inst week. Mr. Claude Jnckson nnd family opont Sunday- - with relatives In the Crane Pond gectinn, Mr. Hoy Greer nnd Miss Knolhi Mitchell went to Owonshnrn. Sntur. day, where, they wore united in mar riage. Mr. Joe Murray, of Utlca, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Sun dny. Miss lleulnh Saddler, of Owensboro, Is visiting relatives In this vicinity. Anna Hee, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hell, bus dlptherhi. .Mr. I V THE UNIVERSAL CAR Southern Opportunities - K it f: and-slli- ? v- ! nc-for K-'- tor low-llyln- air-plan- BAIZE & CREEP, Hartford, Ky. - 1 AJ - j - j u'y-cerl- ue "OWENSBORO" pui-pii- - In-hi- .- .... can't -- iiiir w..... j .- the.t ,' -- y FOfdVI P tt Mill f mmZ