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The Hartford republican: June 25, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920062501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 25, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $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. hi I iic jrisjcxioY' Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. M'ADOO PLAYING Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, Subscription $1.50 per Year.. NUMBER 52 M'COMBS ASSAILS . JUNE 25, 1920. nicnt continues, "tho cntt of living can scarcely be expected to decline noticeably so long as food pilrcr con tlnuo to advance." In comparison with the April figures, today's review shows sugar lias advanced 2C per cent, cornmoal 14 por cent, flour 7 per cont and potatoes 5 per cent. AGE AND YOUTH UNITE. Mr. Civil i two Important elements which will bo MARSHALL DUCAN IN UNION OF SCHOOLS nocded to give tho Democrats any sort 4TH DISTRICT RACE of n chanco In tho election. Soma Observations nnd Rcuhoii.s For Secretary of Agriculture" Merdlth SMOOTH POLITICS Their Consolidation Hon. Marshal Duncnn, of Spring-Helmay show surprising strength becauso county, was .In Washington of his popularity with tho farmers, It school house has Hartford and Ohio county this week Tho Is said, but it Is hardly bolioved ho recognized failure, for a long in been for Boosters Enroute From Cap- will In nny event land higher than while, a and thero are reasons lor it. tho tho interest of his candidncy Con-groRepublican nomination for Bccond place on tho ticket, Jf that itol To Force His Nomfrom tlhsdl nC R It is Impossible for one teacher to should go to him. grades that aro taught gross from this district. Mr. DunI ination. Tho situation, therefore, works teach atl tho six cnn Is a comparatively young man, around to fprmor Speaker Champ In our common schools, within day, nnd glvo any time worth- yet fully matured, and a man of Clark again. Ono political observer hours a and nbility. lip is a leading atwhile to nny ono grade, and even If (By Winder It. Harris, In Louisville remarked today tlyit If the Clark no teacher can torney of Springfield, having been enbackers can imbuo tho delegates with thoy had the time, Herald.) teach all the grades to tho best ad- gaged In that profession for several Washington, Juno 21. That Wil- tho Idoa that he could win, tho rest vantage. years. He Is said to be a man of easy. Let Senator Georgo li nm Clubs McAdoo simply was play- would be Somo teachers are splendid with considerable oratorical ability and Democrat, pt Oregon, ing a shrewd game of politics when he Chamberlain, you why Champ Clark is a strong tho lltlo fellows, but can not mnnago plodges a thorough canvass of"th announced lnsl week that ho was toll tho oldor scholars, and vlco versa, district should the party see fit to out of the race for tho Democratic 'probability: somo tnko Interest In tho older ones, bestow upon him tho honor ho seeks. "There Is no name, better known nomination for tho presidency was Mr. Duncan's announcement apthat of tho nnd neglect the little ones. Educatoday. .. In tho United Stntcs than further substantiated tors recognized this fact years ago. pears column In this Issue For his McAdoo Honorable Champ Clark. A number of "quiet" splendid Amorlcanlsm, his ability, his In tho larger towns and cities, tho .boomers left WashlnRton and othor great political problem was easily solved, thero were MR. SIMMKRMAN AND Eastorn points today bound for San attitude toward all DAUGHTER GONE WEST quostlons, nil who know this big ma.--i pupils enough to justify hiring a Francisco to manipulate tho national Inv'n- nml resnect him and havo the teacher for each grade. So there, wo convention toward tho psychological Ci'. It. E. Lee Simmermau accomin his rugged hon find teachors teaching beginners only, moment for tho springing of his utmost confidence or primaries, or the advanced grades panied by his daughter, y.U Winnie esty. Jiame. experts in D., iUt Louisville Monday on the "Tho pcoplo love him for his abili- only, these teachers become Ono of tho men on tho lnsldo of special train bearing tho Kentucky their lino. ty to sny what ho thinks when occa tho McAdoo movement, who declinBut It) rural communities, Is a ono delegation to tho Democratic Convenrequires. It ho should happen ed to permit tho use of his name sion room school house, with from thirty tion which is to ineet in .San FrancisMo bo nominated tho public would because of tho obvious necessity for seventy flyo pupils, you can not co. Mr. SIttfmermah goes, as one of know what ho stood for, and if clect-- I to .secrecy in connection with tho plan, ho afford to employ a dozen teachers or the dalcates representins t.ii3 disoil. the nubile would know that declared emphatically that tho effort ' extrict in tho National gMbeViog. Mr. would do the things that ho stood for oven four, because It would be too to "put over" tho President's pensive. and Miss Slmmerman will licit quito boforo tho election. has not been abandoned. After years of experience bad prov- a number of the chief points of in; "I nm sure, but that tho treatThis McAdoo stalwart again emhands of tho ed tho one room school a dismal fall- - tore3t in the' far west before returntho " phasized tho point mode by Senator ment ho received at lire, somo ono conceived the idea of iuf, home, In 1912 en convention --- Glass that tho former secretary of Baltimore consolidating two or more of these I titled him to tho nomlnntlon In 1920." J tho treasury has carefully refrained schools, and today in every state In 'MR. S. S. MAY HURT Louisvlllo Herald. from removing himself absolutely BY VIC.IOUS JACK the Union, Consolidated Schools aro m from tho ranks of those avallablo for proving a success, giving tho boys und; COAL PHOPEUTY AT Ho has novor said the nomination. Mr. S. S. (Steve) May 73 years ECHOLS DESTROYED girls In rural communities, a school Mfc would not nccept nor indicated equal to, if not superior to many l old, superintendent of the J. W. Ford tho nomination If tendered to him. towns and cities, mine at Bend's Lick Hills, three miles Tho tipple, power house and all found in our largor Muy Ho "Compromise." where amusements and the tempta- - below town, was badly Injured Tues-tlon- s buildings and machinery, conTho "gum shoo" boomor also point--e- d outsldo of vlco havo brought down many day by a Jack. They had been using nected with tho mines at Echols, wai out again thnt McAdoo Is a far destroyed by fire Wednesday morn- -. a splendid young man and lovely tho lowly animal, a rather small one, ' for the purpose of drawing coal from stronger probability as a "comprolng of tho 16th, at near 1 o'clock. woman to degratlon and ruin. mise" than ho would be ns an avow- I Let us educate our boys and girls tho mine. Ho In somo manner had escape was made by sov-'or- al quarters and Mr. ed candidate. With tho convention A narrow parties. The cage or elevator at home, where we can have super- gotten out of his un- I in a deadlock and tho delegates May was attempting to catch him. vision over them. loaded with men was hoisted from able to decide upon any ono man as I tho mine by the man in charge who Tho County Board of Education has For some cause the jack was in a overwhelming favorite, he con- I nn planned to give us a High School, rage and pounced upon Mr.. May strik-his post in the faco of remained tinued, the name of McAdoo, sudden- I very greatatdangor, as the roof fell then there will be no necessity of our ing'Tiim squarely in tho chest with balloting, might ly thrown Into tho man safely es- being put to tho expense of sending his front feet, knocking him down In Just start a stampede Ho believes just caped. as the last our boys and girls to Baver Dam, and almost b'rea'thloss. He then flow uch a situation will arise. property Hartford, or som other place, In or- into him with his teeth and front The EchoU coal mining Those who still hang onto McAdoo, beyond the common feet, literally chewing the left arm Is owned and operated by tho Louis-vil.l- o der to advance seo President Wilson hlm-.so- lf however, of the helpless man from wrist to school grades. Gas and Electric Company. as an obstacle in tho path of their The County Board of Education shoulder, bruising, tearing and gash little scheme. They fear that If will build and equip for us a four-roo- m ing it to considerable depth in a few MBS. BURNS ENTERTAINS tho third torm coup, now predicted building, and furnish the tea- places where the tusks came into by most practical politicians in both I In honor of her guests, Mesdamcs chers; the only thing they ask us to play. Mr. May was brought to town of the old parties, is attempted, his J. Jolly, and J. G. Baker, of Owcnsbo-r- o, do is to furnish transportation for the at once and his wounds dressed. dominating of tho convention thru Mr. May suffered a broken rib In Mrs. O. T. Burns entertained the pupils. six members of his cabinet, who will Ladles' Social Club Wednesday afterproposition the encounter and his body is considA better educational be on tho scene, and thru federal of- noon, at her home, In a most enjoy- was never put before any cdmmunlty. erably bruised, but If no Infection in fice holdors and administrators, sen- able mnnner. Several games were It we had the same' teachers, they the wounds made by the teeth of the ators and representatives may forco played, after which delicate salads could do tetter teaching, because their animal is suffered the injuries are it thru. wor kwould bo divided and each one not Considered serious. Mr. May and Ices were served. Putting aside the Wilson coup and In addition to the ladles composing would have special grades to teach. does, not know or can not explain Just taking McAdoo at his word, Indica- tho Spclal Club the following vguosts how he managed to beat tha apparWith these schools consolidated tions are piling up that the conven- woro present: Mesdames J. Jolly, J we will have about one hundred and ently wild jack off and make his esFor G. Baker and Henderson Murphrce, fifty pupils, but no one except a tea- cape. tion will become deadlocked. tho first halt a dozen ballots It Is ex- of Owensboro, W. C. Overhults, of cher can fully appreciate the advanfirst time the animal This was-thGeneral A. Cedar Edgo, Colo., Sidney Williams, tage of a large attendance, in creating ever manifested such bad temper or pected that Attorney Mitchell Palmer and Governor Cox, John Bell, J. B. Tappan, J. R. Plrtle. and maintaining Interest and enthu- showed fight toward the men. of Ohio, will lead the field, tho other Walter Parks, Otto C. Martin, L. S. siasm In school work. They know 4 candidates carrying along their In- Igloheart, Claud Smith, Arvln Tleho-no- r, how dull and careless every one get 3 LOCAL PARENT-TEACHE- R ASSOCIATION PROGRAM dividual strength. City, and Mrs. Helen Igloheart, to bo when there aro only five or ten ' "Ilrcnk" Is Expected. pupils present. In fact the majority of near town. Association The Parent-Teachof schools as wo have them In our ruThen, when it becomes evident aro mere will meet, at the School building this PENSIONS INCREASED. Cox can get communities ral that neither Palmer nor shams, and our boys and girls who- afternoon, at 3 o'clock, In what prothe required 728 votes for tho nomA bill recently becamo a law mak- do succeed, do so, not because of tho mises to be a most Interesting sesto someono who ination, the "break" ing tho minimum pension of Civil schools, but In splto of thorn. With sion. After tho transaction of rouenn "go over" Is expected to como. hero, Champ war survivors $50 a month and giv- transportation provided attendance tine business the following program In political discussions Clark is looming up ns the man who ing those who are totally helpless $72 has always been better, It can bo ar- will bo rendered: G. Music? Mrs. E. Schroeter. can swing tho "break" his way. He a month; also Increasing Civil wnr ranged so that a wagon will p'aifa by Remarks Rev. Russell Walker. was tho door of almost all the homes in Later a bill Is the ono aspirant now in tho Hold widows to $30. Parent-TeachAssociation ns an Oak Grove and Graham, so there will who has no actlvo opposition, with 'Spanish war soldiers who .are disabled bo no excuso for the children fail- aid to the teacher Miss Mary Marks. Iho possible exception of William JenAssoWhat other Parent-Teachnings Urynn, who prevented bis nom- In any way, whether as a result of ing to go to school rain or shine. any ciations aro doing Mrs. John T. Sonntor Wo can not understand how ination In "Baltimore in 1012 after ho their sorvlco or otherwise. had received a malprlty of the votes. Thomas of Colorado, declared that Iman or woman, after giving this prop Mooro. Refreshments will bo served on tho Tho prediction of Palmer's secre- this country would havo to pay a to- osition due consideration, can fail to grounds, tho proceeds from which Francisco that hq will bo tal bill of 25 billions In the shape of vote for it. tary U: San Play No man can afford to live for him- aro to go to tho benefit of tho nominated on tho third ballot Is pensions' to soldiers of tho world war, upon here as "whistling (o If "this onslaught on tho treasury" self, it you havo no children your Ground. lookod MRS. J. B. WILSON, . neighbor has, and every one should lceep up courage." It Ib known that continues. MRS. S O. KEOWN, bo ready to support any movement influential mombors of tho DemocratCommltto STATE NO LONGER his community. that will benefit ic National Commltteo beliove Palmer FEEDING FAMILIES Most of us afe people with only to got a two thirds' has not a chanco INCREASE IN moderate moans, wo can not hope to NEW "vote. FOOD COST SHOWN various Stato institu- leavo cur children large estatos, but Assistants at Tho open warfare declared on Cox tions who havo families are resigning lot it bo said of us, wo did strive to u League is declared diy tho Washington, June 21. The food of an order promulgated by to novo put him out of the running. bocausoCommissioner Joseph P. Byora glvo them the boneflt of a good school budget of, the nverugo American famtho Public and Instill in their minds a desire rocculzo Veteran politicians high record in recently were increasthan ily attained a now lutlllty of nominating a eundl'dato as whon salaries end to the proctico of for knowledge, a greater legacy pow- May, tho Department of Labor anan silver and gold and within the vigorously opposed by such n strong ed putting nounced today, the cost of twpnty-tw- o feeding and quartering families of er of all of us to glvev as tho "drys" as Cox now i .oloment articles of food used in makin; married employes. There have boon OSCAR ALLEN, M.D., .being fought. up the "retail food Index" having Ina numbor of resignations at the Cou-tra- l, Cromwoll.Ky, None of the othor "favorite son creased 3 per cont over tho total . Western and Eastern Statelfos. candidate Is expected to poll more pitals for tho Insane. . It was tho cost in April nnd 7 por cent as comBARN BURNED. Inthan a fow votes in excess of those habit In tho past" for omployes with pared ' with January. Recent now pledged to him, with tho possible A stock barn belonging to Mr. creases In the cost of sugar, flour families to quarter them ut the Instiexception of Vlco President Marshall. for and potatoes largoly accounts Sanford Geary, of Echols, was lsVor-eatothat his tutions and to feed them ut tho Hut in his castf, it by lire Wednesday qlght tho group Increase, tho monthly Sometimes, It of the State. antagonism of tho friends of Irish was says. stated at the olllco of Commis- of tho ICth. Quito a lot of corn, freedom by his declaration that this sioner Byo'rs, omployes raisod fami- hoy, ono mule nnd various, other ar"Since food forms, m,ore than 38 question is "npno of our business' and lies of four or five children at tho ex- ticles of vaUiowero lost in the flro, nor cent of tho total budget 'of tin "damp working' man's family,"' the state- his nvowod opposition. to a the origin pf- - which Is unknown. platform have, alienated pense of tho State. plank la the one-room ss en-or! son-in-la- w ) I d, WILSON AUTOCRACY President Assumes Unwarranted Authority, an Says " j e ' - er y, - er er Antl-Saloo- od w our best tho Domocratlc party, "a conception, heretofore never ontertalned by any American," than lint. Chief Justico MARRIAGE PERMITS. White, former Speaker Champ Clark, or Vice Presidant Thomas R. MarOnly three marrlago licenses have shall. been Issued since our last report : Mr. McCombs announced that ar' C.i.-- l Miller, Beaver Dam,. to Lfzile rangements had been made t obtain Peters, Beaver Dam. for htm a seat in tho New York deleEzra Goats, Beaver Dam, to Kutle gation if ho decides to take tho floor Balrd, Beaver Dan; At San Francisco. J. S. baughmty, McIIeuv, to Mary New York For Coy. Hondereon, McIIenry. , The New York delegation, ho predicted, will throw its support 'to Gov. TEXAS STRONG FOR ernor James M. Cox, of Ohio, after SENATOR HARDING casting a complimentary vote for Governor Smith. Harding will 'carry Texas bv a big Ho added that ho believed a Westmajority it the straw vote aken at erner, possibly from the Pacific slope, noon will the Rotary luncheon Thi:-ri'abe nominated for Vice Presiis any criterion. Each inembar was dent. asked, when responding to tho roll His statement In part follows: call, to stato his presidential favor"They tell me that Amrrira has ite. A few declined to coumlt them pledged its word, to fcuropo &art that selves. Somo were for spcclll? dem this word must bo redeemed in tha ocratic possibilities and a low de process oi a national campaign. In themselves at) favoring who my belief America has pledged itself clared ever might be nominated at the San to nothing. One individual, breakFrancisco convention, but the sur- ing as such, permitted Europe, to beprise of the meeting was the largo lieve. nation, for that he spoke majority that declared th6mselv.es In the last analysis foiawas nothing he enthusiastically in favor of Harding. more than a emissary. Of somo 210 present at the meeting Nevertheless, America is asked to a fully SO per cont declared themselves' validate this signature affixed abroad, as favoring Harding. The Houston a signature which apparently was ac(Texas) Post, June IS. cepted in good faith by all the Eu, mm ropean peoples as absolute. LOUISVILLE MARKETS ''Tho President negotiates a treaty, but the Senate may or may not conCattle Light volume o'f 'business niajorlty. In in the' feeder and stock department cur by Instance thero has. been no with common stockers .hard to dispose of at low rates. Milch cow concurrence. "Other nations may want a League-o- t trade aboutateady. "Weak feeling In Nations, and It may be that we do. heavy steer division; medium and But we do not want to commit inbetween steers hardest to move at League of Nations-alower rates. Fairly good clearance ourselves to the it was brought back from Paris. noted. Quotations: Prime heavy steers It is an international issue, but it la $12,500)13.25; heavy shipping steers a highly debatable question as t have In 12.50; medium steers $11 12; what importance it should $12 national campaign. Ultimately it light steers $9.75 11; fat heifers i $8012.50; fat cows $7010.50; me- is a questionto for the President and. settle." dium $5.507; cutters $55.50;. the Senate Tho statement then declares for 4.50; bulls $6.50 caners $4.25 rehabilita$8.50; feeders $8 10.50; stockers reconstruction at home, tion of railway and Internal water$7 0 8.50; choice milch cows $85 solution, 100; medium $60085; common $40 way transportation and for of the high cost of living "wholly 60. any international affiliaCalvos Market active with prices apart from' unchanged. Cholco cilves $11.50 tions." The statement continues: "When the great war broke out down; medium $7.50 10; common In 1914, naturally America was more $5C. acHogs Prices mostly 5uc higher or less dazed and was willing to leadership which with pigs and throwouts 25c up. Big cept any kind of possible diffidemand for the cholco hogs at 225 might draw it thru a culty. pounds up $15.50; lCii to 225 lbs. Announces Leadership. $16; 120 to 165 pounds $14,75; pIgs "In this moment,, the chief exec90 to 120 pounds $11.50; 90 pounds was tho down $10; throwouts $11.50 down. utive ngain repeated that he party," n conception , Sheep and lambs An advance of leader of his by any 25c on bulk of the top, lambs, with therefore never entertained Amerlcnn. As well might tho chief Several do.iks of strictly cholco laiabs Mr. States, seconds 50c higher was easily scored, justice of tho United Democrat, have made tho sold at 40e higher prices $16.50; White, a So might tho Sheep prices steady at $7.b0; bucks same prpclamatlon. speaker of the House of Representa$5 down, best lambs $16.75; soconds tives, Champ Clark. So might tho $10.uti; culls Vice President, Mr. Marshall, conPRODUCE stitutional president of the Senate. Local produce dealers quote with, pricoj aa follows net to shipper "ie But America was concorned shipper paying freight and drayngp great Issues and paid no attention to what appeared to bo a detail. charges: ("It was in such mannor that for KUU3--Ondl32 33c leseti , the first timo In the history of this BUTTER Country 33 34c. autocracy came Into bointf. POULTRY Hens 28 30c lb ; country, It was nn autocracy which was quesspring chickens (brollors) 40&4&C was accepted by lb. ; roosters 1215etlb.; ducks 10 tioned, but which vlrtuo of necessity. But this un015c lb,; turkeys 3035c lb.; geeso happy hour has passed, and at San 15c lb.; guineas 35c apiece. 10 Francisco we again return to truo deWILL A CREAM SEPARATOR PAY? mocracy, regardless of peace holdors , If you ore In doubt, bring a Bamplo and "Wo havo flnlshod with tho lino of your wholo milk, a sample of your milk, and a sample of phrasoa. This couutry Is determinbuttermilk and we will show you Just ed to net In accordance with its un- what you tiro losing by not having a falling sense of Justico. The indigSopnrator," anil it won't cost you a nities of autocracy will never again be accepted by this nation. This Is penny either. ' fundamental and no contusion will, WILLIAMS & DUKE, Agent?, for tho Shnrpjea.' Suction be brought about by dljftoniatlc or financial macbiuutlons." Fcd- - Cream Separator. wishes. two-thirar s J. S. Daugherty, aged 74, a War veteran, nnd Miss Mary Chicago, June 21. William V. Henderson, nge 19, were united in McCombs, chairman of tho pemocrat-i- c marriage Wednesday In tho County Natlon.fi Commltteo from 1012 to Clerk's ofllco by Judge Mack Cook. 1916 and manager of President WilTho parties both reside at McIIcn-r- son's 1912 campaign, Issued a statement hero tonight before leaving for may truly bo said to be a San Francisco This attacking what ho case of gratting youth to old age, characterized as tho President's autho' process Is to make the tocratic assumption of whether authority, springs of youth to again bubble forth President Wilson, ho said, has no In tho old, remains to bo sdon. With more right to call hlmselfleader of Mr. nnd Mrs. Daugherty go y. '. ?"8. ' bu-'n- od v hand-skimm- . '" j ' H FROM June 23rd to L Coat Suits, Coats and Skirts 330.00 Ladies' Coat Suits ,33.00 Ladies' Coats $30.00 Ladies' Coats 8f50 Serge Skirts $ 6.00 Silk poplin skills 3 3.50 White Wash Skirts $19.95 22.00 19.95 5.75 4.25 Hosiery $1.25 Silk Half Hose $1.00 Silk Half Hose .75 Silk half hose .60 Silk Half Hose .50 Half Hose .40 Half hose .25 Half Hose Ready-to-We- ar Wash $1.75 2.00 2.25 2.25 1.75 .85 .70 50 45 35 Garments $2.50 Middy Blouses $2.75 Middy Blouses $3.00 Middy Blouses $3.00 Ladies' Night Gowns $2.50 Ladies' Night Gowns $2.00 Ladies' Night Gowns $1.25 Muslin Envelope chemise $3.00 Crepe1 Envelope Chemise $2.00 Kimonas $2.50 Kimonas $2.75 Kimonas $1.00 Boys Rompers $1.5Q Boys' Rompers $1.75 Boys' Rompers Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Poplins, Etc. $3.00 per yd. Silk in all colors . $2.50 per yd. Silk in all colors $1.00 per yd. Silk in all colors. .80 per yd. Silk in all colors; .75 per yd. Silk in all colors. . $1.25 per yd. Silk Poplin .65 per yd. Cotton Poplin . . $1.50 per yd. Silk Chiffon $1.98 1.48 .80 .60 .50 .98 .45 1.00 I t! M 2.50 6.00 8.00 Silk Underskirts 5.00 Silk Underskirts $ 6.50 3.75 $ 5.00 Silk Underskirts 3.00 Silk Underskirts $ 4.50 Black Sateen Underskirts 1.25 3 $ 1.50 Black Sateen Underskirts 1.00 1.20 $ 1.50 Muslin Underskirts 1.00 :$ 1.25 Muslin Underskirst 10.00 $16.50 Ladies' Sjlk Dresses &12.50 Ladies' Crepe de chine ;$ 1-75 $3.75 $3.50 $2.00 $1.75 $1.00 Dresses 7.50 Ladies' Waists $7.00 Georgette Waists ,$5,75 Georgette Waists $5.50 Crepe de chine Waists $6.00 Crepe de chine Waists $4.00 Silk Waists 33.75 White Voile Waists 553.00 White Voile Waists .'. $2.25 White Voile Waists $1.25 White Voile Waists $4.98 Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies' Silk Hose .75 Ladies Silk Hose .90 Mercerized Hose .75 Mercerized Hose .65 Mercerized Hose .60 Mercerized Hose .50 Mercerized Hose .40 Lisle Hose .... ... 30 20 2.75 2.50 1.50 1.2F ...... .. .. 1.50 1.00 .75 50 65 50 2.25 1.50 1.75 .45 45 2.00 80 1.10 1.25 .. White Skirting Goods, White Voiles, Etc. $1.50 per yd. White Skirting . . $1.15 .90 $1.35 per yd. White Skirting . . .85 $1.20 per yd. White Skirting . .75 $1.00 per yd. White Voile $ .75 per yd. White Voile .50 $ .85 per yd. White Organdy. . .60 $ .90 per yd. White Skirting.. .65 $ .75 per yd. White Skirting . . . .50 $ .75 per yd. White Gaberdeen .50 $ .75 per yd. White Beauty Silk .50 $ .50 per yd. White Pique .35 $ .60 per yd. White Poplin .45 $ .40 per yd. White Flaxon .. ...30 $ .35 per yd. White Flaxon . . . .25 $ .30 per yd. White Flaxon . . .20 $1.25 per yd. White Table Linen .85 $1.75 per yd. White Table Linen 1.25 $2.00 per yd. White Table Linen 1.40 $2;25 per yd. White Table Linen 1.75 40 .30 20 15 $2.50Boys' Wash Suits $3:00 Ladies' $2.60 Ladies' $2.25 Ladies' $1.00 Misses' $1.40 Misses' $1.75 Misses' $2.00 Misses' $2.25 Misses' $2.50 Misses Gingham Gingham Gingham Gingham Gingham .30 Cotton Hose .25 Cotton Hose Dresses. 4.00 4.00 4.00 2.98 2.25 2.0O Wool Dress Goods $3.00 per yd. Serge $2.75 per yd. Serge $2.50 per yd. Serge $1.80 per yd. Serge $1.50 per yd. Serge $1.25 per yd. Sdrge $1.00 per yd. Serge $1.25 per yd. Woolen Goods $1.00 per yd. Woolen Goods $ .90 per yd. Woolen Goods $ .85 per yd. Woolen Goods $ .75 per yd. Woolen Goods $ .50 per yd. Woolen Goods $2.20 2.00 1.75 Dresses. Dresses Dresses Dresses Gingham Dresses Gingham Dresses .. .. 1.50 2.25 2.00 1.75 .... .. .. .. .. .80 1.10 1.25 1.50 1.25 80 Counterpanes $5.00 Counterpanes $4.00 Counterpanes 3.50 Counterpanes $3.00 Counterpanes $2.75 Counterpanes $2.50 Counterpanes 1.20 1.00 .80 75 ; Gingham Dresses. . 1.75 Gingham Dresses.. 2.00 Ginghams, Cheviots, Etc. 50c 40c 50c 40c 45c 40c ' ....." , $3.75 2.75 2.25 2.00 1.85 1.75 80 .75 65 60 50 35 Cheviot Gingham Outing Canton Flannel Percale Percale 40c 35c 35c 25c 35c 35c A MILLINERY After. having enjoyed a very prosperous season in this department we are glad to close the balance of our hats at half price. Be sure to visit this department. Shirts, Ties, Etc. 6.00 Shirts $5.00 $2.00 Ties $1.50 Ties ,$1.00 Ties $ .75 Ties $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 S1.50 $3.00 Ties $2.50 Ties $1.25 Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts '. 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.75 2.25 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.00 75 50 Trunks and Bags $14.00 $12.50 $12.00 $ 8.00 $ 7.00 $ 5.50 $ 4.00 $ 3.50 $ 3.25 $ 2.25 Straw Hats and Caps $11.00 10.00 9.50 6.00 5.50 .. 4.50 3.00 2.75 2.50 . 1.75 $6.00 Panama Hats $4.50 Panama Hats $3.50 Sailor Hats Caps. Fancy Cotton Voiles $1.25 $1.00 $ .75 $ .60 $ .30 $ .85 :.... per yd. Voile per yd. Voile per yd. Voile per yd. Voile per yd. Voile per yd. Organdy 85c 75c 50c 45c 20c 60c Trunks Trunks Trunks Traveling Bag Traveling Bag Traveling Bag Traveling Bag Traveling Bag Traveling Bag Suit Cases Sailor Hata " $4.25 325 2 sioo 7"? $3.00SailorHats $2.50 Sailor Hats $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 ? 75 . caps Caps Caps caps caps !""'175 Von !;;;::;; 2 25 '7 ....'.'.'.:;;.'; IsS 1 250 - '. .. !!.'!!;;; j'oo ;so m The above prices mean much to our customers, if they wish their money to have the greatest purchasing power. We expect to see you early and to serve you u I . Wg J. TICHEN0R McHENRY, KENTUCKY. K K3jwyMM- frjXTz.-- . l.MEftil filTflTTTl - cxccutlvo functions moro widely separated than In any othor domocrncy, tho wliolo process of constructive gov0. 0. P. PLATFORM ernment will conio to on ond If wo hnvo moro than two dominant parties. If wo should come to this position thoro will bo no possibility of tho Urges Support Of All For Amorican people securing, an expresTicket Best Method sion of tho will of tho majority and wo shall bo entirely ruled by logFor Service. rolling minorities or sterile political coalitions. Must Work Within Party. Washington, Juno 18 Indorsing In 'I am convinced thnt thoso of us tho main the action of tho Republican nnd I bcllovo thoy nro tho majority National Convention at Chicago, Hor-bo- rt of tho party who hold moro dofl- Hoover, In a letter to friends, nlto views, could not, even wero vo niado public today after ho had con- so Inclined, successfully effect tho ferred with Senator Harding, tho Re- consummation of such views outpublican presidential nomlneo, called side tho party, and that our duty is upon all oloments of the party to supto endeavor to bring them tS realiport tho national ticket nt tho polls zation within tho party organization Mr. Hoover declared that "tho itself as tho issues on which they bear greater part of tho Chicago platform arise. Tho tendencies of tho party Is constructive and progressive" and will gain their meaning only from acthat "nothing prevents tho compro- tual administration. mise planks on labor, uo League, "I am convinced that unity of acetc., from being given a forward tion among tho liberal thinkers of the looking interpretation." party, especially if they exert themHo added however, that "somo selves In tho current of congressionthings, Including a reorganization of al elections, will insure the country our election expenditures and th against legislative reaction. primaries, aro not adequately dealt "If tho Republican party Is not to with." bo irrevocably split I cannot conceive Pica For Unity. thnt Senator Harding wilt for ono "Nothing could bo moro disastrous, moment submit tho administrative ho continued, "than tho development side of tho Government to the domiof several party organizations, g nation of nny group or coterlo. Furtho complexion if every thermore, wo have the possibility of group In tho country. If wo should having administrative measures nnd come to this position, we flhall be policies determined by full cabinet entirely ruled by responsibility and of having minorities or sterile political coalitions " restored with tho legislative I need not .The former Food Administrator Gs- - side of tho Government. clarcd that It was tho duty of thoso roiteratc my conviction that tho conRepublicans who hoM "snore" doflnlto structive ability so critically needed viows" to endeavor to brim? hem to for tho vigorous business reorganizarealization within tb&puty organi- tion of tho Federal Government nnd sation Itself as the Issues on which to meet tho many economic issues bethey boar arise. fore us lies in tho Republican party. "If tho Republican party Is not to "For all these reasons I- believe bo Irrevocably split," declared ilr. that thoso of us who look upon par Hoover, "I cannot concclvo that Sen- ty organization not from tho point ator Harding will for ono moment of view of partisanship, but solely submit tho administrative stdo of ttie from the point of view of Its usefulGovernment to tho domlnuU'm of any ness as an agency of maximum sergroup or coterie." vice to the country, should support tho Republican party at the polls." All VIcwm To He Koprcseiitril. HOOVER INDORSES '9rV"nu,yiivrp l"t,'WiH.tfW.niWr1waWJV' . v n,"'-r- - HM''WTiWfMw-rrji.wrTywi- uniw;AfljUfU ' k ww -.j ! wnir, w i m umiTjiT.ii xwrstt nr.i'if ... iirT . JM.- -. . urmtMi fniif --- iwm mi ' "It I ft !! i i i 'I I iou for.-Hiat- itll JG ' ?j&i Tl. I ! ooayear lires Sturd y smaller Cai -- 3 rr-JL i 1 M HS ' ' .4 n- - v. notaHrt ecrnpIfRhmenrs none exceeds in. high relative value oi? product the Goodyear Tires xxtade m the 30x3-- , 3Qx3-- , and 31x4-iriczea. Good-year'- s tire-makin- Of all in g h Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other cars taking these sizes, the important benefits of Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. These tires afford to owners of Ford, Your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfaction only possible as a result of such extraordinary manufacturing advantages. ropre-sontln- ,? Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. - vWPf fr. k 17 $ i W- - Washington, Juno 18 Detroit, with a numerical increase and rate of growth larger than Chicago's and second only to New York's during the last ten years, Is now fourth largest city of the county, displacing St. Louis and outranking Boston, Cleveland, Baltimore and. Pittsburg, all of which were larger than the Michigan city ten years ago. Detroit's 1920 population, announcSTRONG BATTLE TO BE mm lican presidential candidate today WAGED IN KENTUCKY ed today by the Census Bureau, Is always nave a hard decided to remain in Washington unTeething babies 993,739 an increase of 527,937, or time of it when this process occurs In til the middle of July, when he will with Senator Harding: Plans for the opening of the Re 113.4 per cent. . They not only havo to go to his Marion, O., home for tho " 'I beg to acknowledge receipt of hot weather. Cleveland Passes St. Louis publican presidential campaign in your letter. I have received many contend with painful gums but tho formal notification ceremonies. (Kentucky will be discussed by the Detroit Is the only city of 100,000 Immediately on announcing his dehundred other communications from stomach Is disordered, bowels looso Tho cision to forego a rest, tho nominee Republican State Central Committee or moro which has more than doufrlonds advising various coursea with and tho body uncomfortable. best help you can glvo tho little suf- began a series of conferences with at an early date, which has not yet bled its population in the last ten respect to the situation that eventuferer Is McGeo's Daby Elixir. It cor party leaders which will continue been fixed. The meeting will bo held years. ated in Chicago, for undoubtedly In T.milavllln Cleveland, also with a largo Inmany of tho Independent and pro- rects sour stomach, cools and quiets thruout tho preparation of his ac- -( nopubllcan ieaders lntond to beB,n crease, has outstripped St. Louis and . gressive Republicans like myself aro tho bowcla and helps digestion. Prlcq ceptanco address. ,., ,j M Boston and takes rank as fifth largAssurances of support wero re- - an agrosaivo greatly disappointed over somo ten 25c and 50c per bottlo. Sold by , est city of the United States. Tho bo raado t m Ohio .County Drug Co. dencies that wore apparent at Chicuivvu uurtub uju uay uy m fiuiuuiti addition to attempting to carry Ken onto city nau tno iiftn largest num cago. Tho Chicago platform is not from Senator Polndexter, of Wash- tucky for Harding and Coolidgo, they merical Increase of any municipality ington, who contended with him for radical; tho greater part of It Is con- liERGDOLL JOINS EXILES in the country during the last ten SOUTH OF RIO GRANDE tho nomination at Chicago; , , .,, , from structive and progressive; nothing i i. ,, years, its increase navmg been ex provonts tho compromise- planks on Govornor Allen, of Kansas ,whd plac- - tlon of a United States senator, to suc- - ceeded only by Now York, Chicago, 18, GrOVOr' ,, J,,- - ..... Mexico City, Juno .. Mnlnr nnnttrnl . Wnnil .. -- ... labor, tho Leoguo, etc., from being v.. Vw Clovoland Dergdoll, of Philadelphia, before tho Chicago convention and cood Senator Beckham, nnd several Dotrolt and Los Angeles. Cleveland's intorprota' given a forward-lookin- g population exceeds that of St. Louis additional congressmen. n dodger, has who himself was put before tho contlon; somo things, including a reor- - .tho millionaire draft Chesloy IK Searcy, chairman of the by 23,000 arid that of Boston by al ceedod in escaping from the Unitod ninrtinn -- candidate for to...v.v. thof primaries, aro mnnn.H- - States into Mexico, according to in- vention as a nominee; from tho vlco State Central Committee, also will bo most 50,000, its total being 79C.83C not ade A. P. presidential turos and chairman of tho State Campaign Com- an increase of 236,173, or 41.1 per ls formation reaching federal Moore, publisher of tho PHtsburg mittee, if plans mado at tho recent cent over 1910. quately dealt with. horo today, and has now Leader and frpm John C. Shaffer. "Tn thesn times when the creat With announcement of tho populan,aced h,,nse,f lnT th " category publisher of tho Chicago Post, the state convention are carried out. problems and Issues created by tho , with tho negro Jack Johnson, and Rocky Mountain News, of Denver, Among matters to conio before the tions of Cleveland and Detroit tho war aro now and aro so complex, wo committee will bo tho completion of definite ranking of tho country's sought must expect a wide divergence of hundreds of slackers who have now the Denver Times, The Louisville a program for tho thoro participation eighteen largest cities has been cs and aro ,n.th,a Horald, the Indianapolis Star, and of women in all party councils. view among tho members of tho par- tabllshcd. New York and Chicago u Juo- " n tho methods by which thoy , other Middle Western newspapers. tv National Committeeman A. T. Hort remain first and second largest cities Ticket Typically American." aro to bo met. It follows, theroforo, goes to Washington today, whero ho respectively. Philadelphia is tho onSenator Polndexter Issued a formal will confer with the presidential nom- ly ono of tho eighteen whoso 1920 that It thero was to havo beon unity FOR FLETCHER'S statement tonight saying that Sena- inee and othor party leaders. Ho population has not been announced, in tho convention thero had to bo a tor Harding and Governor Coolldge will assist in making arrangements but it is not likely that .th'e, Pennsyllargo measuro of compromise. Tho presented a "typically American, tick- - for the formal ceremonies of notifi- vania city's' rank as third largest in compromises on the platform and tho I1 candldato aro proof that wo havo not Roht Remedy for Stomach Trouble, ct" for the election of which ho ex-- "I cation pf tho presidential and vlco tho country will bo changed. Dety am pleased to havo tho oppor- -' pected to do all that he could. arrived at an ora of now political and presidential nominees. troit had jumped into fourth placo to say a gdod word for Cham-'ornAllen, In a lotter to Senator social tendencies and for this samo and Clovoland into fifth position, forcrcason'tho samo divergent groups and borlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie Harding, said, "It will be a pleasure ing St. Louis into sixth, Boston into tho samo atltudo of compromise will Dortol, of Moberly, Mo, "I think to do anything I can at any timb to seventh, Baltimoro into eight and thoy aro tho best remedy for stom- further tho cause of your election.." Pittsburg1 into ninth places. bo found lu tho Democratic Convenach troubles, biliousness and constiAfter calling on Mr Harding, Mr. For Infants and Children tion. "Nothing could bo moro disastrous pation I have over used. I havo tak-o- n Mooro said he "could not bo a. very In Use For Over Years SENTENCES 07 IN thorn off and on for two or threo good American and not be for him." (INDIANA RUM CASE than tho dovolopmentof sovoral parAlways bears ' Ho added that whllo ho was not aurepresenting . tho years and thoy always rcllovo ty organizations the tono up tho liver andraako mo thorized to spea.k for Senator Johns- Signature of JndlanapoU?,. ,, June f&fc&u complexion of qvory group in thq JSEdgar ' 'm on", of California, who wan;ui rival Scbnitf,"Ohlef oj'the? Evtmsvilia; Po- country. With tho legislative and Tfeorfluo.' ' a Ed-war- Mr. Hoover In this connection said tho Senator had stated to him that "tho views of both tho consorvatlvo and progressive wings of tho party would bo fully represented In tho administration" and "that ho represented no particular group." "I breakfasted with Senator .Harding this morning at tho Senator's Invitation," said Mr, Hoover's statement. "I presented tho views which 1 bollevo wero held by a consldorablo group of Independent and progressive Republicans on various questions. Tho Senator stated that It was his most sincere deslro to bo tho Instrumentality for bringing the divergent elements of tho party together; that tho views of both tho conservative and progressive wings of the party would bo. fully represented in the administration; that ho re presented no particular group, but that ho considered it was his first duty as leader of tho party to consolidate all elements Into n united front. He will, of course, issue no statement until after tho Democratic convention, and then after consultation with all sides. Letter Sent to Friends. 'My own position onj-nrlouissues Is well enough known and as to tho party situations I cannot mako It moro clear than tho following letter which I sent to friends In different .parts of tho country two days ng3 and boforo I had any communication -- - Children that aro affected by worms aro palo and sickly and liable-tcontract somo fatal disease. ls WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE worms promptly and puts the child on tho mad to health. Price 30c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m ALLEGED HANK ROBBERS HELD IN" $5,000 BONDS 30x3'& Goodyear er Double-Cure-Fabri- Tread. Single-Cur- e , $2352 . Fabric, 30x3'& Goodyear Anti-Skid Tread Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are built to protect casingsi Why endanger a good casing with a cheap tube?t Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes com little more than tubes of-- $ 50 less merit. 30x3w size in waterproof bag T H it 1 Greenville, Ky., Juno '19. John Drazclton, James T. Edwards and Jack Crawford, charged with the robbery of tho Citizens Rank, Drakes- boro, this county, Juno 11, were hold "" over by County Judgo Shaver at an examining trial hero today under $5,000 bond each. Tho men were arrested in Bowling Green on tho HARDING ASSURED day following tho robbery on inforOF SOLID SUPPORT mation furnished by n deputy sheriff of this county. Thoy came hero in the afternoon before the robbery, it is alleged, traveling in an automobile bearing a Tennessco license. An Former Progressive Leaders investigation of the number of the Pledge Aid To G. O. P. machine brought an expert from the Ticket. Memphis police, department,, who Identified both Drazclton and According to tho statement of tho export, both men are yeggmen Washington, Juno 19. Abandon-,,onde- rs who have oporated in various parts ing plans for a vacation at a seaside of tho country under different names. M n MimiBiiiBiiiiMi of Senator Harding in the nomination contest, he could say that the California Senator "was 100 per cent American, from which you can draw your own conclusion." Conferences between. Senator Harding and former Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and other men prominent in the progressive wing of the party, were arranged today, largely, It was said, thru the efforts of Mr. Moore- and, Mr. Shaffer, both of" whom were ,n tho Progressive party of lfl12, II I 11 MMIM IIIIIIMIIBJI uimjMMJ DETROIT 4TH CITY Passes St. Louis, Making Gain 113.4 Per Cent. Of llco Department was .sentenced1 to two years in Federal prison at Atlanta and fined $2,000 by Judge Anter-soin United States District Court today. Schmitt, along with- sixtjr-a&-c others, either pleaded guilty or was so found by a ury on a charge C conspiracy to violate the Reed ames3-mo- nt at Evansvlllo. Tho sentences and fines fmpeseat on tho other defendants ranged nsm one day without costs to sis moatfas and fines up to $2,000. Tho defendants, It was' alleged", etp'. rlod liquor from Henderson,' Kjt. Evansvllle under complete protisptSaa of the Evansvllle Police Depara&eaX; - ,, ,, ,,, ,,. A regular morning operation et ttt bowels puts you In fino fihapo tttr Ut day's work. If you mfss It yos feei uncomfortable and cannot tub into your movements. For alT &or7 irregularities HERBINETs the rcm dy. It purifies, strengthens and regulates. Prico 60c. Sold by Oftr County Drug Co, a Pt sC Ik I m v ,,, ...-J- W. suc-itin- nr WX vJSpVw immlgra-tlon'offlcla- Greater Pride in 'YburHomei ! n-- Children Ory You can't help, taking a greater pride in your liorrie when it's spick and span, in a brand-necoat of w ' CASTORIA ;c DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD . Gov-tunl- or CASTORTA 30 and pure linseed oil. , This paint costs less, figmed by tlic gallon, square yard, or ycarsof service. As it is mixed to order, ycuu can have the exact color you iai. We use only materials and our prices sue riihu, May we estimate on your wotki,' N tL Sav (At mroc, and ypv taw all; high-gra- Wl i& ti.vw. uuu-itar- f it. iudl-gostlo- n, J.C.CASEBIER V Hartford; Ks. 'vi'3. J mlng up tho roaions for his support K2XX1 of Harding, Coolldgo and tho Rcpub-- i Hcan 'program, In his public state-- 1 inont said: "For nil theso reasons I Publ Ishcd Weekly 1.V up- - j IIAKTFORI) P1UNTING COMPANY bollovo thnt thoso of us who look on party organization hot from tho Iifrorportttcil point of view of partisanship, but solely from tho point of view of Its V. S. TIXSIjKV, Killtor usefulness as nn agency of maximum iiiul Business Mnimcr. sorvlce to the country, should sup-no- rt tho REPUBLICAN party at tho Entered according to law nt tho rostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall polls." That statement was what natter of the second class. hurt thoso Who formerly Idolized Mr. Hoover, especially thoso who wantell to so much to use him n tho Interest Address nil communications Music of tho Democratic ticket for PresiThe Hartford Republican. of Louisville, Ky., will Bros Dixie dent. Herbert Hoover Is, In reality, to n Republican, as between tho two NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS All You miss greater Subscribers desiring tho paper sent greater parties, ho sees tho to a now address must glvo tho old opportunity for doing the most good j through tho agencies and nominees address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c of tho Republican party and truo to jcr lino, and 8c per lino for each ad- tho dictates of his conscience ho anReport of tho condition of The ditional Insertion. little son, of Cedar Edge, Colorado, planned for. With the nlll-ioObituaries, Resolutions and Cards nounces that his unqualified support sop had spent a few days last week with Mr. BANK OF HARTFORD and billions of Indebtedness STRAY STREAKS of Thanks, lc, per word, and 60 for will go to Harding and Coolldgo. Overhults' aunts, Miss Margaret Hun- JJoIng business at tho town of Hertacu head line and slgnautro, money And as ho topples from the tottery hanging ovor the country, loft us as ter and Mrs. P. L. Wood. 3n advance. Conford, County of Ohio, State of a legacy by tho Inst Dcmoc.Mtlc (By Fluko McFluke.) Church Notices for services freo, pedestal on which he was formerly gress ami the administration of 'Wll-Foand son, Mrs. Willie Iglchcart Kentucky, nt tho closo of por placed by Democratic partisans, he, but other advertisements, lo spent Sundny business on 19th day what wo wIk.i to is, how Tho present price of gasoline is George, of Mntanzas, word.' by the same distance, and more, aswill of Anonymous communications June, 1920. would tho Herald reduce taxes? lion likely to tako the Joy out of rid- with Mr. D. R. Helsey and family. cends upon another. receivo no attention. Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson has recan't ray debts without ro?cnuo. mid ing. o lyou can't squeeze revenue out of air. turned homo after being nt tho Resources. We hear so much Bnid In advance TlKU how else secure money to pa of her nephew, Mr. Jesse L. TELEPHONES Loans and Discounts, .. 3S3,C4G 14 Albert Cox says If ho over meets of the Democratic convention with of Rockport, for several days, 59 Overdrafts, secured nnd tho debts you left us? You would Henry Thomns fnce to face, Farmers Mutual reference as to what the convention not repudiate tho debts we feel cer- John Miss Anna Wood was the gucst of Stocks, Bonds nnd other 123 Cumberland when ho has his gun with him there prohiwill say or do about the the C37 2S tain, and it would not be gentleman- Is going to bo a lot of mangled stuff hor sister, Mrs. Richard Danks, of unsocured bition question .Quite a number ly on our part to sandbag tho crediNelson, from Sundny until Tuesday. 61,250 00 Securities for which thero Is no market. JUNE ai are prophesying that tho convention ITCIDAY Mr. Hnm Overhults, of Tennessee, Due from Bnnks tors and thus do away with them. We 72,626 82 will contain a wet plank, or declaro would like to see a congress that Is visiting relatives here. 10.28S 3S Cash on hand Thero are lots of things wo don't light wines for what is a Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, of Hart- Checks nnd other cash ANNOUNCEMENT could reduce taxes and meet all bills profess to understand tho whyfore-ncs- s and beer plank. We are willing to, ford, spent Sunday with Mr. F. L. 142 62 Hems after eight years of Democratic adof, but tho greatest puzzle to us N in advance, predict that tho Demofamily. Banking Houso.Furnlturo ministration. Wouldn't It look good la, telephone Wood nnd do We are authorized to announce the crats will do nothing of the kind. Miss Ethel Russell, of Echols, was congress is be- companies keep and pay trouble men 4,500 00 and Fixtures candidacy of nichard P. Ernst, of On the other hand it is our belief that though? In one line rated for failure to reduce prices, inj when tho patrons have so dndgumed tho guest of Misses Anna Wood and Covington, for U. S. Senator, from they will declare In favor of the enSunEthel Evcrly, from Friday until prices Totnl $533,090 24 Kentucky, subject to tho action of forcement of tho present law upon another for failure to raisesuppose much of It to contend with, and about day. Liabilities. of tho farmers products (I get for It is, sllnesbizy. all they the Republican party. that subject. Tho country by con Mr. Mose Duvall died at the home Capital Stock paid In, .In is what is meant by relief of stitutional amendment is dry, it is that farmers). To what sort of condaughter, Mrs. Jeff Curtis, on $ (0,000 00 cash the says he is going to of his Albert Rial We are authorized to announce growing dryer every day and tho juring would you resort? Can con- - adopt tho Piggly Wlggly system In Juno 22, and was burled near Green- Surplus Fund 2C.O0O 00 Duncan, of Springfield, as ,t.i.n. .tn nn) (hn Yin, tot ft is fni fill Marshall twlst the W'!St' his popcorn and peanut business. All ville, tho following day. a Undivided Profits, less exa candidate for tho Republican nomi- of us. When once we get the moist-!?- " by Tho steamer. Hazel Rice, which a sort of hocus pocus gyration ho expects to do is to furnish the penses and taxes paid.. 4,439 02 nation for Congress in this district. ure all dried out we don't care to was sunk at tho Her landing, has Deposits subject simply say, up goes prices for the roaster, oleomargerlne, corn and ( Trimary Election, August 7, 1920. get wet again. To legalize the man ' re- down go prices to ev- peanuts, letting his customers pop bcen raised and taken out for to check.... ?25C,953.57 ufacture and sale of light wines and farmer and pair. How would you hnve tho corn, roast tho gooblers, sack Tlmo DeposWo arc authorized to announce the beer would be to take a long step erybody else? might ask and salt tho corn down and ho'll do 2DG.672.65 463,626 22 its candidacy of W. P. Hays, of Nelson backward, to throw down the bars, done it Mr. Herald? You of all the same to the jitneys. 25 00 Unpaid Dlvldens WILL GIVE BETTER County, for Congress-frothe Fourth So to speak. When once a man who Palmer the King Prosecutor by and SERVICE Congressional District, subject to the has been addicted to the excessive food proflteersj, who stood TRANSFER $533,090.24 Tola) Invited tho Southern sugar action of the Republican party. A fellow living about three miles use of Intoxicating drink gets it en- all sugar from profiteers to hoist their' iniOn nnd after July 1, I will bo able State of Kentucky,) from town whose first and lust tirely out of his system and finds out 25 and 30 cents per pound. Tho ' )Sct. "We are authorized to announce how much better off he is and how 10 to congress also cut millions and tials are Elmer Tinsley, was In Capt. ,to give you 100 per cent better trans County of Ohio, ) the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., easily ho can do without it will not berated from the budget called for by White's storo cne dx.y this week and fer service between Hartford and Clf If I Tl f millions you might say Just a bit braggingly Beaver Dam, for tho following reantll1ir l.rttA f iy ilia We, Rowan Holbrook nnd C. 0. of Breckcnridgo County, for Congress Democratic heads of depart nhnnt n flnn flolil of corn ho sons: Hunter, Vice Presldont nnd Cashier Irom tho Fourth Congressional Dis- alcohol. We "speak of the great ma-- 1 prions thereby saving mucn, anu oy u h I will operate nothing hut clean, of tho abovo named Bank, do solemntrict, subject to tho, action of the Re- jority of men when we say they ments, much.lessening the liability to In- - tn,n remarked about as foullws: Yes l.casy riding cars. ly swear that tho above statement U publican party. would not support a wet programme. that to all of)wo Know aH nb.jUt u tf)l) ,)oy3 aro of crease taxes. In addition You will not be compelled to wait true to tho best of our knowledge To be sure, there are numbers was as mad as a wet do,ag th(j plowlng and you th iay,s whllo tho mall Is being loaded. men, good men and citizens who this and belief. pass the , Officially speaking, spring ended would support a moderately You will not bo compelled to rldn wet hen because congress did not ROWAN HOLBROOK, V. Pres. and summer made Its annual advent plank, and many, as a matter of bonus bill, and by tho way, the Lower- j In a mall truck with tho dirty mall C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. Monday to be chilled by a tempera- course, who would be willing to make House did pass It, and had the SenWd.vo bcen runnlnK In low gear bags. Subscribed and sworn to beforedol- adopted it, other billions of d 8omei,ow tho steering th, k ture well down in the fifties. I will be able to itart promptly on me this 23rd day or Juno, 1920. It as wet as wet could be, but they, ate have been apparatus wont head U3 onto any sort llmo as T win havo no My Commission Expires March 1, mail for our opinion, constitute a fast lars in obligations wouldwe in aireauy of streaks, or maybe our magneto Is which to wait. In another column we publish an dwindling minority. It is but natur- added to the billions 1922. article written by Dr. Oscar Allen, of al that political bosses would like to owe. Great guns! And you wanted out of fix. Tho dovll 'lows as how I appreciate your patronage whilo MARGARET MARKS, Cromwell, on the benefits of consoli- catch all elements when there Is an them to reduce taxes, as tho it was our carburetor alnt functioning and I was handicapped by tho mail con. Notary Public "A dation of rural public schools. There election on, but wo give these Demo- purely a matter of saying come down our spark plug Is dead and no juice tract, and assure you that It is with Correct Attect: are somO good thoughts in the ar- crats credit for having entirely too taxes and go out money, by the goes through besides we havo car- pleasure that I announco a better ROWAN HOLBROOK, ticle and it is worth your while to much good sense and political fore- billions. We don't understand tho bon In our cylinders and wo need service for you. C. O. HUNTER. Afargument at all. not .expect to get streaks through a Respectfully, lead It. sight to Incorporate a wet plank in Herald's line of R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, demachine with all 'of them troubles. J. E. CURTIS. Directors. their platform and ask thevoters of ter Wilson vetoed tho resolution President Wilson has had a private the Nation to return their party to claring America at peace with Gerwire Installed In tho whitehouse con- control on the booze question. A many, which carried with it, had it About a half dozen fellows have necting him with tho Frisco Con- few of us would like to have liquor, been approved, ropeal of tho obnoxasked us during tho week If fish bit ,'HSH"HH5 tention, and llko the phonograph ad yes a vast number of us perhaps ious war time acts granting to tho good Sunday, and how they expect .j. where tho faithful dog is listening In, would very much like to have It, but President so much power, the Lowtr us tcf know anything about last the Democratic Convention In Cali- as before stated, we now know that House Immediately drafted and pass- Sunday's biting fish when we attend- - ? fornia will also have its ear to the wo can do without It with little of ed a measure repealing theso special ed three sessions at church, is a mys- horn listening for Its master's voice Inconvenience, and the people are not acts by a vote of 323 to 3. We are tery wo can't fathom. Wo tell 'em House, in Washington. going to vote It back and place It be- not certain that the Upper to go and ask Tommy Bean, Henry preceding adjourn Bean, fore all of the roughnecks of tho in the busy times Ed Barrass, or Howard E1113, OF EVANSVILLE, IND. Plans have been perfected for a country where It will raise so much ment acted upon the house bill, but if Nqw 'nJd wo ((m.t gay any of may be found curled up good roads meeting at the court esteemed gentlemen were fish hell with thQ good and the bad alike. it did, the bill these house here Monday, July 5, at 1 P. In the language of I'm The Guy and dead in some one of Wilson's in Sunday, just 'cause they wero Will opean a cream receiving station for adM. No sort of proposition pockets, as many acts were smother- not at church, but simply refer to "That's how we- - feel about It." If ditional tax for road building in tho people didn't get drunk and act the ed In that, manner. When Wilson them on account of their superlo-ug- e county, is under way or thought of. keep congress In .sesand consequent riper Judgment. fool so much there would not be so was asked to So everybody Interested in better sion or to reconvene It, he couldn't Bellevln'- as how an old man would much need for prohibition, but for highways may leave that question out from what ho havo a better notion as to how to tho purpose of keeping us from act- saynnythlng different of their minds and come. Able and ing said. Not In all of his nearly eight tell whether fish bit or didn't, last peothe fool, and inflicting other Instructive discussion of this one ple with the fruits of our debauches, years has he said a good word In be- Sunday, far bettor than an experiencquestion that means more to Ohio country was made dry. So far half of any Republican, neither ha3 ed young fellow could. recogcounty than all others combined, will the present State of prohibition has ho ever given them any sort of repay you for your time and trouble. the nition. It is not In hlni to do that In" dlscussjng tho lesson In Sun- - A not ,been a partisan measure or Lend a hand by giving tho meeting brought by partisan methods, way. If one differs with him at all day School last Sabbath, which was $ about your presence. noticed. ME and MY ways based upon one of the Psalms, j We will guarantee satisfaction at all times and neither do wo believe the San Fran- ho is not only ways, there are none wherein is found the words, "He convention is going to make it are the Herbert Hoover, until a few d&s cisco the veiy highest cash market. The Hartford sta- demanding other, as hereinbefore stated, m his learteth me begI(l0 the stm watorg ago, much talked of and sought out n partisan question by omega. , fc h fl n j. 1o fl to old days and old ways. opinion. HE Is tho alpha and as an Ideal Democratic candidate for the return tlOn Will be 11Mflm.fcn Charge Of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. X Governmental affairs of pastures, &c", or vice versa, anyhow Tho liquor question In our judgment, In American Presldont has suddenly fallen fro today. excepting, as tho question as to how far one's and the Beaver Dam station will be in the building tho lofty plnlclo upon which thou- is very nearly settled, faith cbuid or may go placed him. a matter of course, vlgllenco will bo sands of Democrats had NOTICE TO TEACHERS plying all things needful to human necessary for a long time to come of J. D. Williams & Sons Implement Co., under the says "Tho Tho Courlor-JournAll teachers who expect to teach existence was under fire, when tho distressing In order to prevent or curtail tho ilsees in him the charge of MISS MYRTLE MADDOX. of In the rural schools of Ohio county, teacher, maybo It was, said, as a spectacle of a widely advertised and j legitimate manufacture and salo That has always been are hereby requested to como to my matter of course faith and trust could was Intoxicants. well meaning gentleman, who one office on July 3rd, 1920, for tho pur- - not be expected to avort or forestall an idol of tho masses and who has the caso, oven when and where At thin nnlnt thn tirnthnr r nr.anl7lni tnT tlm srhnnl ilnnth. pedestal." Why could make and sell It through lestuniblod from his ' nearest to us, wUU a half worldly galized methods, If he cared to do work of the coming school year. considor tho great Idol as having sort of an air, added, Come prepared to tako your sup- - and I give-u- p fallen from his polestal simply be- so. plios back with you. We will dls- - nor tho payment of taxes either cause ho Iterates his petition atid our neighbor, tho Herald, in an ed- cuss tho new attendance law, and .Which goes to prove that oven when points out bjs path of duty, as ho sees purposo of it? Is he not entitled to credit for itorial in the current issue rides tho tho uttendant ofllcer will make pub- gathered together for the honesty of purposo and op- -. late congress for many things It fail- lie his plans for tho enforcement of studying the writings of the great eincqrity, standing lor anu an- ed to do, amongst some of tho Indict- same. Please be present by 10 a. m. Psalmist, David, tho mind of man E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. runneth' In qhannels contrary and reconvictions as much now ments It is pleased to bring Is that G2t2 nouncing his vocable from the straight and naras when Democrats evorywhero woro of failure to reduce taaai,, ropeal warrow groove NEW COINS PROVIDED FOIL as their nomineo for time legislation, reduce prices, "talking him Democratic politicians the farmers and it might have President? See us at once and let us sell your Farm or House CEUALVO. Bills were passed authorizing the and leaders had about as much no- added: it failed to onnct a ineatuio pieces ' and Lot. tion of nominating Hoover as tho taking us out of the technical war treasury to coin special Mattye and Nora Helsey, of Padu- Republicans did for nominating Eu still on with Germany, because not this year to commemorate the, 300th annlvorsary of tho landing of tho Pll- - call, aro visiting their parents, Mr. geno V. Debbs, who is serving a term onough Democrats with sufficient of the and Mrs. D. R. Helsey, lu Federal prison for sedition or backbono could bo found in congress grams ami the 100 anniversary Miss Bessie Carter spent from Sat- something worse. Tho unterrlnod to pass tho measuro over Wilson's ve- admission of Malno and Alabama ns HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Hoover's support and they to. Notwithstanding tho fact all but states of tho Union. The .senate urday until Sunday with hor cousin, wanted two-copiece in Mrs. Lillian Harpor, of Nelson. wanted It, oh! so much, and htfd ha o nnniiiiii'mni simnnit ml thn moasuro nassed a' bill for a HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Jflss Ethel Everly Is tho guest of Roosevelt. It was urged thrown his influence with tlm Dem- with 17 Democrats added" yet It fall memory of Is groat noed of a Ofllco in Hartford llerulil BulIdlnB Uolh Phones. t, her 'cousin, Mrs. Wllber Faught, of of the a bit uuder tho required two tlurds that Hiare ocrats ho would now bo one patriots in majority, and as a consequence lost cpln whloh is worth about what the fcquauty. greatest, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Overhults and country Mr. Hoover, in rum of adoption, it was not wnni wu- - ceni usau iv u. all the .The Hartford Republican MJlIJLUCI.. July Dance! ! Hartford, Ky,, July 2, 1920 Parr Original must not Furnish the Land Jazz Band, attend: this. dancers, both far and near, are invited iiii.MM.MMmMlli n. bed-sld- Ev-erl- y, ed i ...... W ..,..,. c. the-Heral- d - I y The Sunlight Creameries at J I - HARTFORD and. BEAVER DAM Friday, June 25 B f t ' --- al ro I KHMH44i'K"MIMHH?Zi,l. WE WILL SELL Because We Advertise BARRETT & HAGERMAN ru-llo- j 50-ce- nt two-cen- Fair's Big June Sale "No doubt you have received the announcement of our Big June Sale. "Ve are offering some unusually good attractive bargains this week. Considering the market conditions as it exists today. B Richard Fuqua, who has been QIBHIBBBBBHll89HIBMRBNBlBHH9BBHSHlM9HVcniu9sEiM In Loulsvlllo for the pant sev eral months, arrived homo Saturday and has accepted a position with the If you need a double shovel oi Cultivator go to ACTON BR03 Ellis Ico Company. His brother, Wil lie, accompanied him home, and after , ,. .. . .. .. brief visit with his parents, Rev Attorney .1 it, ucavrin weni-- io al. Bowling Green Wednesday, on busi nnd Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, returned to Louisville, whero ha la employed. ness. " Mowing Mnchlnai and Hay Rakes. ACTON IltlOS. cm-ploy- i, fci.jfciiirn.ay.iiifcQiii. fffr f ( of Law, University of Kentucky, January and since that tlmo has MrH S. T. Barhett, who has been last Kentucky with her mother, Mrs. D'Moss, of nenr been connected with the He Is Mndlsonvllle, is expected to arrive Tiro and Rubber Association. here in tho interest of bis firm. 10 pieces of Fancy Skirthome tomorrow. Hancock Clarion. ing that sold 50c A full line of Red Spot Paint and per yard, now Mr and Mrs. J. A. Anderson, of Get your supply now Varnishes. Owensboro, spent last Thursday night while the painting season is on. In Hartford with relatives. Mr" AnACTON BROS. derson who has been with the Owenssome time, as i Misses Anna Rhea Carson and Mar- boro Messenger for head of the mcchanlcnl force, In the tha Carolyn Pate left Wednesday for Corbln, where they will visit Dr. nnd ad department, has accepted a like 10 pieces Fancy Voiles, position with the Dally Chronicle, of Mrs. E. A. Carson. regular 50c quality, Warren, Ohio, to which place Mr. and Earl J. Barnes, of Stcubcnvlllo, Mrs. Anderson havo moved. Ohio, arrived horo Monday to spend Mr. J. W. O'Bannon, of Russellvlllo a few wcoks with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. O'Bannon, and Mrs. Ham Barnes. over to of Central City, motored Cromwell Saturday, wueru 'hey spent Hon. Marshal Duncan, of" SpringSunday with Mr field, candidate for tho Republican Saturday night and Mrs, J W. and Mrs. B. W. Stowart. nomination for Congress, was In town O'Bannon, who had been spending Tuesday and Wednesday. some tlmo In CromwSl atiu Chic 1 Mrs. Wllhelmlna Fehr, of Canncl- - County, returned with Mr. O'Bannon evening. ton, Ind., is here to mako an extend- to their homo Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. W. ed visit If you are below par In health I ofC. Schlemmer and Mr. Schlemraer. fer you the opportunity for a means That Sterling Oil Stove, it's tho of solving your health problem that short burner whero you get tho heat has availed with satisfaction to hun and It don't smoke nor neither does dreds of thousands of ailing men, women and children the country over. it leak. Days at Horse Branch, Ky., MonA good supply on hand. Hot weather is now on WILLIAMS & DUKE. day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunand remember, us. The very time to buy these goods, 51tf Mrs. Ernest Robinson and little day. we are giving you a 10 per cent reduction on the enDR. J. S. BEAN, son, and Miss Nina Bell Brooks, of Chiropractor tire line, none excepted. $5.00 Slippers, $4.50; $7.50 Whltesvllle, arrived here Wednesday m a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P for Slippers, $6.75; $10.00 Slippers, $9.00; and son on HOME COMING AT Casebier. through the line. SHINKLE CHAPEL Call and see them, as well as the other, special atMr and Mrs. Walter Bell, of PleasShlnkle Chapel Church and Sunday ant Ridge, spent Saturday night and tractions through June. Sunday here, the guests of Mr. Bell's School has arranged for a special resister, Mrs. J. P. Casebier and Mr. union and Tiomo coming service for Sunday, June 27. All former attendCasebier. ants of tho S. S., are cordially invite Bring your whole' family to tho and urged to be present. Dinner will All those special one-da- y fair, Saturday July bo served on tho grounds 3rd. Leave your worries and busi- attending from adjoining communiness at home. Take the day off and ties are requested and expected to bring well filled baskets recuperate. SHINKLE CHAPEL S. S., (Miss) A55ALEE BENNETT, Mrs. E. W. Smith went to Smith Secretary of Committee. Mills Wednesday, to be at the bedside m '9 ROSINE ACTN ol a niece who Is very liw. Mrs The Hartford Republican BROS, Hartford, days ALLOWS FARMERS TO COMBINE. Smith will visit relatives several Rev. Carden is conducting a tent before returning home. i A bill to make an exception of meeting at Horse Branch, with great FRIDAY Paint, Paint, All kinds of Paint at We farmers, dairymen, ranchmen, fruit success. Sco our lino of Magazines! WILLIAMS & DUKB. carry a lino of Maga- growers, etc., and permit them to Miss Myrtle Hoover, of Oklahoma, are going to PERSONAL-NEWLet us know your combine and carry on "collective bar- Is visiting her aunt, Iva Cooper, of i ONE- - zines regularly. ATTEND THE SPECIAL adopted the july favorites and we'll get them for you. gaining" aetc., was 233 to 58. byOppo- Beaver Dam, this week. have garAND SOCIAL EVENTS day pair house by vote of Farmers and others who CASEBIER & TAYLOR. 3ru, mzu. nents of the bill argued that a "farm- dens are rejoicing over, an excellent Walter Wedding returned Satur ers' trust" would Increase the cost of rain which fell here Tuesday. Fred T. Ilelcher went to Evnnsvlllo Mr. J. H. B. Carson, of Carson & Champions of It Leslie Albln has advertised to havo day to Bowling Green to resume his living still more. Sunday, returning Monday1. Co., returned Wednesday from a bustudies In tho Bubtm'js University, urged that the labor unions are allow- a picnic In his yard Saturday after siness trip to Louisville. of that place, after spending a few ed to bargain collectively and that co- noon, and an ico cream supper there BICYCLES plenty of them. operation among the farmers Is ne- in the evening. weeks here with his mpther. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. FOR SALE Registered, big type, cessary In order to Insure them a fair Misses Nella Alford and Maymo Poland china boar. Leach took their Sunday School Our motto is 'To please our cus- market. CLAUD RENFROW, Dundee. BARRETT & IIAGERMAN, Real classes for an outing, last Friday. tomers." If at any time, no matter Estate Agents, Hartford, Ky. what it is, if It comes from WIL NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Their picnic grounds were In a cedar Wo havo all sires of screen doors LIAMS & DUKES, if It is not as rep grove at Mr. Clarence Ralley's. Brown, of Centertown, and window screens, cheap. has Rev. Marlow, of Fordsvllle, Mr. Otis resented call us, and wo will make It WILLIAMS & DUKE. Rev. was here Monday, on business. moved near Salem church, good. On July 1st. I will start a transfer Plerco is conducting one of the greatMeet old friends at the Ohio County Mr. S. M. James, of Evansvllle, Ind service between Hartford and Bea- est Sunday Schools at Salem that has pay cash every day for eggs and Wo Fair Grounds, July 3rd. has accepted a position in the local ver Dam. Will meet all train. Leavo ever been held in this: neighborhood. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. DR. L. B. BEAN, Manager. ' barber shop. Mr. James will move Hartford at 4 A. M.J 9:40 A. M.j 1:30 Loney Crowder, the depot agent, . -- J his wife and family of two children P. M. and 7 P. M. Everything new looks sad, and walks the streets so Mr. J. B. McConnel, of Echols, was invite much It makes one think he has lost I cordially Don't fail to look over the an- here as soon as he can arrange for a and In town Wednesday, on business, your patronage and will make every his best friend. Cheer up, Loney, nouncement of Tichenor's big reduc- residence. effort tegtvo you real service. tho darker tho cloud the brighter the, Mrs. J. C. Riley is speeding fie tion salo, on page two of this Issue. R. L. DEVER, light. Mesdames A. P. Taylor and J. C week with rolatlves In Owensboro. Home Phone. Mrs. A. W. Logan is spending the Berry and children, of Owensboro, B2t2 Mr. Tom Ragland and family, Mr. Logan, camo up last week-en- d to spend a Thornton Ragland and family, Virgo Havo you seen that John Deer week in Lexington with Mr. treatment. few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. CLEAR RUN. Stowart and wife, Leslie Kuykondoll Tractor at J. D WILLIAMS & SONS? who Is there for medical and wife, Mary Albin and children Render and other relatives. They re Mr. Amos Stewart, who had his wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Byron Williams, of Heflin, has turned homfr tho first of tho week. Mesdames J. P. Casebier and A. eye taken out a few weeks ago, is Leach, last Sunday week. In the afa position with Tho Ellis Ico D. Kirk went to Owensboro Tuesday. Co., during his vacation from K. S. U. ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Leach served Miss Bonnie Sosh entertained quite getting along nicely. A larso crowd attended the unveil Ico cream and cako and all spent tho a gathorlng of her friends at the home Chester Leach spent Saturday night ' Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford, of Cres-co- of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Step ing service of the Heflin camp W. O. afternoon pleasantly. nnd Sunday with relatives noar CromThe . City, Fla., who have been visit- Sosh, Saturday afternoon, from 3 to W., at Clear Run last Sunday well. ' NOTICE VETERANS! ing rolatlves here, aro In Fordsvllle G o'clock. The occnslon being In monument of tho late R. P. Kirk Was honor of the thelrteenth anniversary unveiled at tho service. FOR SALE Usod Ford touring this week. Spanish-America- n War Veterans Mr. Joo Thomasson and wlfo, of of her birth. TAYLOR & MORRIS, Car. Heflin, visited their son, Earl Thom- who are lntorosted In, and entitled to George Dolker Buggies In all styles Ky. Hartford, of unexceptional value aro on our Saturday July 3rd, Is tho day pre- asson, of this place, Tuesday and pensions should see R. It. WEDDING family floor for your inspection. ceding Independence day, ono of our Wednesday. Mr. Wado II. Baize and ' NARROWS, KY. ACTON BROS. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, of this place, most' cherished holidays. Celebrate rolatlves at BaUe- spent Sunday with Monday that her by attending the special one- - received word Saturday town. Mrs. Laura Coppago Is vory sick, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duko spent Sat day fair at tho Ohio County Fair grandfather Havonor was Kat tho point 'of dedth, at his homo in uwensDoro. at this writing. urday night and Sunday with Mrs. Grounds. Let us sell your house and lot. Mrs. Abble Loyal has been very Hi Rev. Albort Maddox filled his apDuke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W DR. L. B. BEAN, Manager. BARRETT & IIAGERMAN, pointment at Clear Run Saturday and for a number of days. Ky. Stowart, of Cromwell. Hartford, Crops aro looking good around Mr. James Glenn, who has been Sunday. Tho hohse was filled to Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas left Sun- with Acton Bros., of this place, since overflowing, at the Sunday morning here, tho rain doing thorn lots of Mr. J. J. Russell and daughter, good. ' Miss Besslo, of Echols, woro in town day for Lexington, where sho has his reloase from the U. S. Army, has service onto'red Kentucky State University resigned his position to accept a poMiss Margie Wells, of near Whltos- Miss Dana Fuqua, of Hartford, has Wednesday. I visiting among her many friends vllle, ,1s visiting her sister, Mrs. Jon- sition with tho Merchants Wholesale been for tho suinmor term. Grocery Company, of Loulsvlllo. Mr. horo. for tho past week. The week nlo Fuqua, near here. Brookfteld Creamery Butter, nono Sho will Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coppago, who Wo soil tho NEW PERFECTION Glonn will assume his new duties Ju-- i was short for such a visit. Got it of CASEBJER . better mado. havo to como again in order that have been visiting their relatives Coal Oil Stovo. They aro given up ly 6. & TAYLOR. near here, left Tuosday, for Chicago, nono may bo slighted. to be the best. Wo havo both tho 3 Mr. Lon Owen finished his con- 111. Mr. and 'Mrs. Atfdrew Hoohn, of Martin, burner and tho 4 burner. Dr. OscaiAHon and It. B. Mra T.ntHn llnrrlsnn. of neat Hart- Birmingham, Ala., spent several days tract of sawing, hero iast Saturday acton nnos. WedLford, spent a few days Vlth her moth of Ciomwell, wore In Hartford hero this week visiting friends and morning and will soon movo his mill nesday, on business". er. Mrs. Polllo Truman, of this place Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Bandy and attending to busluoss matters. Thoy to another point, near Nocreek, The description of that trip up tho laBt week. right daughter, Miss Anna Loe, of Fords- wqnt from here to Cincinnati, Ohio, There- is no better tlmo than Sir. and Mrs. J. W. Crowo, of Padu-cah- , and down again was boforo returning to mountain-sid- e Sop- - vllle, roturned homo yesterday, aftor' to visit friend now to buy that Do I.avni Croain Judgment of this boy- aro spending a few days with visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Garden their home. Mrs. Hpehn was for- ereat. Is the arator. ' Over 2.500,000 In dally uso. ISvriter. It made me want to go. Mrs( Grawos parents., Mr. and Mrs. Quenther. , family a few days merly Miss Henrietta '' D. WILLIAA'S & SONS. and C H Heavrln, former resident of Messrs. W. C. Ovcrhultz nnd C. 0 Hunter will lcavo today for a visit this city, arrived here Juno 12. Mr. o Heavrln was graduated from tho tq tho Mammoth Cavo. Col-leg- Specials For This Week at 29c 29c at OXFORDS i You'll go "smiling through" the summer in a KEEPK0OL Summer Suit. Comfortable, durable, well tailored, they give the wearer that assurance and ease of mind that comes to you only when properly dressed. Ready for your inspection in all standard summer fabrics. Come in today. TSaGo, T S , 1 Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. James Smith. Mrs. Jennie Fuqua, at hartford, Miss Margio Wells, and Miss Beulah and Paulino Smith spent, the day with Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Helms, Surfdayi Misses Edna and Stella Brown left Monday for Sunnydale, whero Edna will stay with Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Stella with Mr. and Mrs. Reat Norris. Mrs. Myrtle Graham, of this place, died, on the morning of June 13th. The remains were buried the follow ing day at Providence cemoteryT She leaves a husband, two children, father, mother ffnd two brothers to mourn her loss. Why Lose Time and Money By Letting Your Baby Chicks Die Off? Egg - A -- Day Hen Tonic given according to directions for five or six weeks, starting when chicks are five to six days old, , will absolutely guarantee ou raising 90 per cent of them. Recommended by the most prosperous poultry growers throughout th State as the greatest Egg Prpducer ever manufactur, nt T ed. For sale at every f irstclass drug, groceiy, and feed store throughout the countiy. 75c a package. Manufactured and sold under an absolute money- back guarantee by - L. A. SANDEFUR Beaver Dam, Ky. J. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ly 5, 1920, (it being tho first day Of tho regular July term of tho Ohio Circuit Court) at about tho hour of Ohio Circuit Court. Peoples' Savings Hank, ct nl., Plain- 12:30 p. m., upon n credit ot six and Illlnol Town 1'nlls Heir To Time twelve months, tho following describtiffs. piece, That I)oe4 Moft ed property: vs. Notlco of sale. Ono building and lot in Ccntortown Kvcrj thing. L. T. Wright, ot nl., Defendants. By vlrtuo of a judgmont and order of Kentucky, bounded ns'follows: Beginning at A. B. Rowo's corner; salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court renAurora, 111., Juno 10. Thl9 city direction dered in tho above styled action at its thonco running a southern tho lands lias what might bo called tho world's Alay term, 1920, directing mo as com- with said Rowo's lino to most wonderful clock. It la an Inmissioner of said court to sell the of Mrs. Luclnda Bakor; thenco with cnulty ot redemption in tho herein- - said Baker's lino In an oastorn digenious piece of mnchlnory that' tool: rection 34 fcot to a stone; after described land, I will offer for northward to Main street to a thence years In thov mnklnB. William forty stono; salo at public outcry, to the highest EnglishBlandford, nn and best bidder at tho Court House thenco West 34 feet to tho beginning man, Is tho Inventor. Ho died here For further description ot snld door in Hartford Kontucky, on Mon Teccntly after a residence of sixty day, July 5th, 1920, at about tho hour proporty see deed hook 46, page 611 of 12:30 p. m., upon a credit or six Ohio County Clerk's office. years, most of which tlmo was spent Tho purchaser will bo required tc and twelve months, tho equity of reIn perfecting, tho clock. On his demption In and to tho following do- - execute bonds Immediately aftor salo, death Mr. DIandford left tho inven- guilty: scribed property situated in Ohio with security to bo approved by tho tion to tho city of Aurora. 'Plckcrell, former wholesale County. Kentucky, being on tho wat commissioner, bearing Interest nt tho Van Among the things the clock does liquor dealer at Henderson, Ky., at ers of Elm Lick Creek, owned by Al rato of 6 por cent per annum from Wright, and bounded as follows: dnte, and a Hen will bo retained on arc: whoso place "most of tho transported bert Beginning at a gum on tho south tho property sold ns additional secuDispels astronomical claims that whisky was bought, f 2,000 fino Plckside ot tho Hartford and Leltchfield rity. Said bonds to havo tho force of years could not be ac- crell testified, after pleading guilty, road; thence East with said road to and effect of a judgment. , cqnasion Givon under my hand this tho 2nd complished by machinery. from J. D. that ho sold $350,000 worth of whls-k- v a stono about ten feet thence nbout dny of June, 1920. Has a calendar of 10,000 years to Indiana customers for illicit Clark's orchard fence; third hollow OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C North to a stono in tho even tho double leap years are transportation and that ho paid Pollco from the Hartford and Leltchfield John T. Rone, Attorney. for. Chief Schmltt from $12,000 to $15,-00- 0 road; thence about West to a Stono in Time equasion operates automatand Fred Ossenberg $1,000 for L. T. Wright's lino; thenco South to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ically. the beginning, containing 25 acres, protection. more or less. Deed of record in Has an astronomical dlal.requlrlng Ohlo Circuit Court. EH Harp, fisherman, who manned deed book 39, page 175, Ohio County years, Chrlsnoy Stato Bank.'PInlntlff. winding but onco In sixty-eigboats, ono day in jail; Claronco Clerk's office. liquor vs. Notlco of sale. or hut fourteen times every thousand Wilhelm, boatman and alleged proTho purchaser will bo required to Lizzie D. Mercer, et al., Defendants. years. fessional bootlegger, ono day in jail; execute bond immediately after sale By virtue of a Judgment and order Is expected to operate without im- Otto Klein, former saloonkeoper and with security to bo approved by tho of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, payable in equal pairment or attention for 5,0r'0 years. Republican politician, six months in commissioner, at tho May term, 1920, in amounts in six and twelve months, entered Has a calendar .which registers jail and $100 fine; Richard Penning- bearing interest at the rate of G per tho above styled action, directing mo soil the number and name of each day, ton, former saloonkeeper, who plead- cent per annum from dato until paid, as commissioner aforesaid, to for the tho hereinafter described land and to have tho force and effect of nurnnan nf nnvlntr thn debt of the each month and each year ed guilty to transporting thousands a judgment. A Hen will be retained and west Gives the latitude cast Chrisney State Bank against tho de of dollars' worth of whisky to sell il- upon tho land sold herein fendants amounting lo 3vj.iu, wan t 127 principal cities of tho world, legally In Evansvllle, $200 fine. security. 10 per cent penalty thereon and 6 showing tho tlmo at any hour of Given under my hand this tho 14th nnr rnnt Intnrpot from JtlllO 5. 1916. the day or night In each. Surgeons agree that In, cases of day of June. 1920. until paid, and the further sum of OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. Has an improved compensation Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds th $207.94, with 10 per cent penalty J. S. Glenn, Attorney. pendulum which makes the clock and '6 per cent interest from January first troatment Is most important m oo 1017 until nnltl. nnrt tho further and is adjusted to normal tem- When an efficient antisceptic is appli SALE. sum of $209.98, with 10 per cent perature and automatically controll- ed promptly, there is no danger of JIASTER COMMISSIONER'S penalty and 6 per cent interest irom ed by expansion and contraction as Infection and the wound begins to Ohio Circuit Court. 'obruary 25, 1918, until paid, and the the result of changes in heat and heal at once. For use on man or Jessie Fogle, Plaintiff. . fnrtlinr nniii nf SI 79,20. with 10 nor vs. Notlco oi saie. cent penalty and 6 per cent Intorest cold. beast, Borozone is the Ideal Antisep Defendant. rn;i, "Upper dial is governed by an tic and healing agent. Buy it now Alvio Foglo, 4n liwloMnOnf find order from 12th day oi reoruary, sum of paid, and tho further olght-da- y pn- - until .i movement. niiin and be ready for an emergency. Price OI saiu uiu .i. t.n..A rMrmiU Hnnrt - $04.00 with interest thereon at 6 iuu vn.iu . ncttnn i Has a moon frame showing precise 25c. 50c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by lerUU iIII U1U uuuye ci1nr1 -- . .w.. nt trip per cent per annum from October 1, directing me to 1919, until paid, and tho further ly the phases of the moon, changing Ohio County Drug Co. m November term, 1919, sum of $174.08. with 6 per cent in sell tno nereinaiiur ucsinucu automatically at each .quarter. .!, nnrnnia nt nnvlnfT the terest thereon from June 17, 1920. Shows the earth and .its revolu"1TSA HEBK," GIRL BABY. Judgment of tho plaintiff against the until paid, together witn tno cost oi tions around the sun, the time it edefendant in me sum ui ov.- - . this action and the cost of this sale, 1 nters tho parallelism of tho earth's When Mr. and Mrs. Dougal Herr gether with the cost ofI this action and will nffnr fnr enln nt nubile OlltCrV. tO will offer for the highest and best bidder at the .axis, and the variations of the sea- were called upon to file the 'certifi- tho cost of this salo to the highest court house door in Hartford, Ky., salo at public outcry sons. cate of their new baby at Caldwell, and best bidder at the Court (House on Monday, July 5, 1920 (It being fifty-pouMon-.- " by two Operated tho first rinv nf the recular July term in Hartford. Kontucky. on N. J., the name entered on the regis- door,'t..,.. e inori nt nVimit the hour ot tho Ohio Circuit Court) at about weights, capable of driving the meThe parents wish ter was Itsa Herr. six the hour of 12:30 p. m., on a creau chanism for two months, when tho more time to select a proper per of 12:30 p. m., on a credit of -. automatically rewound manent name. Mrs. Herr is the niece months the lonowing urawiuwCoun- - of 6 and 12 months, the following de- weights are crllo.l rnnl nat.ltft lvinc mid belllC estate, lying and being In Onio by an electric motor. In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as of former Secretary of War Garrison tV micromtogether with follows: Has a thermometer and One "lot ot ground improvements thereon situated on Beginning at a stake In said Harteter attachment showing the exact you have the itch, don't scratch. the Du Pont Highway adjacent to tho ford and Goshen road 855 feet South If one-fift- h degree temperature within tho It does not cure the trouble and Public road crossing near Simmons ot where said ditch crosses said road; .Fahrenheit. a stake; Apply BAL- Ohio County, Kentucky. W. to thence S. 4067 830 feet to dials are au- makes the skin bleed. At night the several W. 255 feet to a thenco N. The purchaser will be required LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it Immediately after mo. tomatically illuminated. Mercer and C. gently on the affected parts. It execute bond to be approved by tho stake corner between T. Williams; thenco with Blandford made the entire clock in with security re M. and E.N. S6 W. 20CO feet to their instantly and a few commissioner, and a lien will bo their line structute, cabinet and mechanism. relieves itching cause thus said Carter's line; thence the land sold to secure the Beautifully carved, it stands nine applications romoves tho cure. Prico tained onof same. Said bond to havo corner in Carter's line N. 1950 feet with said payment performing a permanent Judgment feet in height, three feet In width feci per bottls Sold the force and efmy ot a this the -- uu to a gum; thence with said Carter's hand And two feef In depth. The main 25c, 50c and $1.00 corner on Muddy Creek; thence N Given under m by Ohio County Drug C.i. SS 2250 feet to a stake in said day of June, 1920. dial is four feet in diameter. OTTC C. MARTIN, road; thenco with said road to the was the son of an old Blandford C C. containing about 116 beginning, SUGAR REPORT NOT SWEET. Master Commissioner, O. English clockmaker. He came to acres. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. Thn nnrphnQPr will he rcnulred to this country in 1879 and located in Tho house committee which inves execute bonds with security to be ap Aurora, where he constructed this sugar situation made a MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. proved by the comissioner, immewonderful clock In a little workshop tigated the report which holds the attorney-generdiately after sale, bearing Interest at It was his adjacent to his home. Ohio Circuit Court. tho rnta nf r nnr pp.nt nor annum. guilty of fixing an unjustifiably et al., Plaintiffs dying wish that It remain in this and a Hen will be retained on the sugar, with S L. St. Clair, Admr.sale. Louisiana vs. Notice of city. Offers of purchase from cities high prico for as additional scurity. &aui authority, and ot 'giving im Barbara Lunsford, et al., Defendants. land sold havo the forco and effect of bonds to universities of the .country have out and of a judgment and order a judgment. to sugar By vlrtuo munity from prosecution" heen declined by the city. Ohio Circuit Court enGiven under my hand tnis tnoznu profiteers. A minority report declar tered of thoMay term 1920, in tho a at its day ot June. 1920. ' by .... ontinn ii rectlnK mo to Belief of Bhcumntic Pains. ed that he did the right thing For the ...ii OTTO C. MARTIN, II. U. sugar auuvc atjici mwv.w... tho out tho Louisiana seU the equity of redomp ion in When you have stiffness and sore- helping Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. .i-.- -, people are right hprelnafter uescnuuu i . ness of the muscles, aching joints and planters. Thus tho public outcry where they were before, as far as will offer for sale atbest find it difficult to move without-paiADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE highest and UOAevji try massaging tho affected parts with learning any more about the matter ,o the uaiica dnnr In is concerned. Monday, July 5, 1920, Chnmborlain's Liniment. Kentucky, on It will reAll persons having claims agalns oi at about the nour on,i u.o .months, tho estate of H. P. Taylor, deceased, lievo tho pain and make rest and twplve ji, .iv CHILD TAGGED FOR TRIP sleep possible. ni to aro hereby notified to present same to tho equity of redemption in and o the following aescuuuu Kentucky, up- us, properly proven, on or before AuTagged to his destination and in TEVANSV1XLH CHIEF GETS uated in Ohio County, gust 1st., 1920, or they will be for2 YEARS FOR WET PLOT sured for $25,000 against Injury, loss on the waters ot Caney Creek, and ever barred. old boy, John bounded as follows: or death a seven-yeAll persons knowing themselves In, Beginning at a stone in tho north Edgar Paul Jones, started on a 1,0.00-mll- e Indianapolis, June 18. boundary lino of T. J, Ford s land; debted to the estate of H. P. Taylor-Schmltt, chief of police of Evansvlllo trip from Portsmouth, N. H to his thence running north G6" fc. oi A deceased, will please call and settle and alleged head of tho 'whisky ring,' home at Sydney, O. John Paul was poles to a stone; thonco N. 42 E. GO omo cnminnorl if twn vnnrn In fllA At- - unaccompanied, and his insurance poles to a stono; thenco S. 72 E. 51 9 at onco. This Juno 11th., 1920. ' poles .to a stone; thence N. 31 polos .lanta Feredal penitentiary and fined was for only three days. J. P. TAYLOR, and dogwood; thonco to a sassafras WOOLFOLK BARIIOW, N. 67 W.. 38 poles to two red oaks and Chestnut on a branch; thenco up 50t3 Administrators. said branch 9C poles to a hickory at of another branch; the junction ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE. thence up tho left hand branch, S. 27 W. 28 poles to a stone on said S. branch; thonco with said branch con-4 administratrix Tho undorslgned E. 12 poles to tho beginning, will on Saturday, June 19, 1920, at acres, more or less. taining 44 Tho purchaser will bo required to tho residence of Ida Kelloy, in Ohlq oxecuto bonds Immediately after salo County, Ky., sell at public outcry to bo approved by tho Commissioner, all of tho personal proporty belong In six Six Tears Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Ntw payabl in equal Installments 6 per ing to II. C. Crowo, deceased, which and twelve months, bearing cent into'rest from dato until paid, to property consists of horses, mules, She It a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For havo tho forco and effect of a Judg- hoirs. poultry, household and kitchon ment, and a Hen will bo retained as furniture. Said property will bo sold Her Recovery. additional security on the land sold to tho highest and best bidder on a noreln- Given under my hand this 14th credit of six months. ' Roys City, Tex. Mrs. JIary the better. That was six years arf Purchasers will be required" to ex day of Juno, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C ecute bonds with approved security of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well, AtJ. S. Glenn and U. R. Wedding, strong woman, and I owe my life to immediately after sale. Sums of less d birth of my little girl... my side torneys. . Cardui. I had only taken half the than $5.00 will be sold tar cash. to hurt me. I had to go back This Juno 7, 1920. began to feel better. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bottle when I IDA KELLEY, to bed. "We called the doctor. Ho Tho misery In my side got less... I Ohio Circuit Court. Administratrix of the estato ot :treted me... but I got no better. I continued right on faking the Cardui J. C. Jackson, et al., Plaintitfs. II. C. Crowe, deceased. vs. Notlco ot sale. got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I ; J. L. Calloway, Defendant. did not need any more for I was well mm unbearable... I was In bed for By vlrtuo of a Judgmont and order Cut Tills Out And Take It WiUi You my life... I of sale entered In tho above styled acA man often forgets tho exact name months and suffered such atvony and never felt better In thro tion, at tho May, 1920 term of the have never had any trouble from that Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo as of"tho nrticle he wishes to purchase. that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . day to this." n fBBlnnnr nf Raid court to Sell tho and as a last resort takes something property J told my husband It he would get Do you suffer from headache, back- horolnaftor describedtno ueui oifor the elso Instead. That Is always disap j. u. purpose of paying and unsatisfactory. The se a bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discom- Jackson and J. C. Lawronco amount pointing is to cut this out and tako ing to $500, with intorest irom tno safo way 1 commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel 23rd day of Octobpr 1919. until paid it with you so as to make sure ot evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIt bo, together with tho costs of this action getting Chamberlains Tablets. You I will offer tho cost of this mo... tor I knew I could not last clvo Cardui, tho woman's tonic, a and and best bidder ntsnlo. court houao will find nothing quite bo satisfactory the net constipation and indigestion, u: J, 71 sum days unless I bad a change for J trial. door in Hartford, Ky., ou Monday Ju- - tor A WONDER CLOCK, $2,000 by Judge Andorson in Federal Court this afternoon for his activities in transporting liquor from Kentucky into Indiana. Tho second heaviest sentenco was given Fred O.isonbcrg, Republican political boss, who was sentenced to ono year and one day In tho Federal penitentiary and fined ? 1,000. of Schmltt Following sentencing the court said thoro would bo a grand jury Investigation of perjury in tho case. Ho refused to permit Schmltt to give bond and ordered him taken to jail. Following aro disposition of cases of others among tho slxty-thre- o men who were convicted or pleaded DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owoniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Ch'm'n. Board BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKennojv Clerk R. V. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FOllDSVILLK. W. R. Jonen Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnsor. Marshal Grant Pollard. t Hartford. 1st Monday Com'th. 1st Monday 1st Monday Com'th. 3d Monday Civil. 4th Monday in March II days and Civil. In May 12 days Civil. In Ch'm'n. Board July 13 dayB and Civil. In September In November 1J days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT 13 days i YEAR: .Com'th. and'Clvll. COUNTX COURT. Meets first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. pro-Tid- ed County Board of Education E. S. Howard, S. S, O. C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Routo C. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo:. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dunt-dp-o. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslnc Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Boavor , ht Dam. -- o'" ... -. Div. No. C Nat Llndley, Ccntortown. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S: Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklff and! October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Routo 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear er Dam. EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Center-tow- n. 4th District G. W. , Howe, Common School Diploma May 14: nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dan Btli District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-town- . and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. May 28 and 29 County Teachers" 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart- Examlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. Juno 18 nnd 19 County nnd State Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvlllo,. ILYRTFORD. ii c. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Police Judgo S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Whito). June 25 and 26 County Teachers' Examination nt (Colored). Sopt. 17 and IS County Teachers' Examination nt (Whito). Sept. 24 and 25 County Teachers' Examination at (Colored). and Stato Hartford. and State-- Hartford, nnd State- Hartford, .- Every Woman Wantsl Ki S Mothers 1- -3 pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. 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Mrs. Aones Tatum, 175 L. Green St. safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nori genuine without tho Hkenes3 nnd sign?5 turo oiUK. Grigsby, For salo by c i FARM DEPARTMENT. (Jrnln Ii'otiN for Ijiijcin. Tho fcodor must uso his own Judgment In deciding how much grnln to Ivo tho lien, as tho amount of food which they will ont vnrloa with different pons and nt dlfforont bmhoiih of ilio year. They will ont mora feed In tho spilng whllo laying hoavlly than In tho summor and fall when laying fowor orbs, experiments In tho poultry division of tho United Htntes Department of Agriculture Bhow. A fnfr general cstlmato Is to food nhout 1 quart of scratch grains and an equal weight of mash (nhout 1 M quarts) dally to 13 hons of tho hreeds, such as Plymouth Hocks, Hhodo Island Hcds, or Wyan-dottcor 1R hens of tho smaller or egg hreeds. This would ho nliout IVz pounds each of scratch grains And of mnsh dally to 100 Leghorns nnd ahout 9& poutids of each to 100 gonernl-purpos- o fowls. If hons havo froo rnngo or largo yards containing green tcod a general-purpose lion will eat about 715 lbs. of feed In a yonr nnd a Leghorn will cat ahout 5G pounds, In addition to tho green stuff consumed. Old hons requlro n much larger amount of food of nil kinds than do pullets to produco u dozen oggs. genor-al-purpos, "IT'S GRANDEST THING IN WORLD" produco markets. It Is oxpeoted tho trip will covor nliout 4,000 inllof) and requlro about 2p days. Acooillng to prosont plnns, tho hoys will tnrt nhout July 31. Moro Tlmn Ono Dip Needed To Krco ShiMip A Gained Ten Pounds And la Full of Life! and Energy". Since Taking Tanlac As sore as you are a foot high you will like this Camel Turkish and Domestic -, 451feri. & AGES .. " ' Ll J i EPi menu; 'TuJHP' w muwx? iJa!,- I'roni Scub. ,'i slnglo dipping usuully falls' to H fa, "It wns only throo weeks ago that itfbjr rid a flock of sheep from scab, ac- I began taking Tanlac nnd already I "3r Hr cording to findings by specialists of havo gained ten pounds nnd am now tho United States Department of Ag- doing my housework for tho first 1 L AY riculture tlmo In over n .year," said Mrs.' Tho npparent reason Is either that Florenco Krause, 419 South Shelby nil tho females In tho courso of de- St., Louisville, Ky., In conversation positing eggs at which tlmo they np- - with a Tanlac roprescntntlvo recently. poar especially tenacious of life, or all "I had been a sufferer from stomtho oggs alruady deposited havo not ach troublo for several years and been destroyed by tho dipping? con last year I got so bad off I had to sequontly, nfter tho oggs which may havo an oporation and It loft mo in havo escaped tho first dipping havo n worso condition than over. My had an opportunity to comploto their norvos woro so badly unstrung that' Incubation, It is CBSontlal to dip the any sudden noise would make mo sheep again. Bcroam out and becomo almost hysIt is aiso ossontlal that tho second terical. My stomach was upset, my ""'. ,!". 'd evttywhen dipping tnko placo before any mites nppotllo was tho poorest it had ever srss'ayx.'ibJ'i'i'HSji: ,n'l'Z''"r'c,,yta,et i"ci"te never got such cigarette-contentme- nt which mny hatch out nftor tho first boon and I could not retain the q VT V rTTTliT" 1 "" 300c'tl"tlet)in fhay. "SiTR-- i V43142 V T! Wa as Camels hand dipping havo had tlmo to becomo o terribly I did cat. I suffered tronfy ne carton thla c,rton tor recommend offic home ot nnd deposit moro eggs. As tho from lmtiscu and had ,'suiothorlng you. Camels quality expert sSStBB "w or wlwn yu '"reL kK i?iE oggs on the body of tho host usually spells so bad they would havo to R- - J- - Reynolds blend of choice choice requlro 4 days Incubation, sometimes loosen my clothes nnd 1 would just TOBACCO CO. n week, and probably never moro than Wimton-Satem- , havo to gasp to keop breathing. My N. C. VglMWSMlHHHI 10 days, and as HTto 12 days aro nec- slcop wns always restless "and I had goodness possible 3x70 essary for tho young mitos after awful spoils of neuralgia In my head. Onru In I'Vrdlng Chirks KomiKs in hatching to grow to maturity, mnto, 1 was too weak to do any of my house n3E-?rpfrM -- r vw Good Profit. and doposlt their eggs, It would ap- work, folt tired and fagged out all Tho first rulo for getting a good pear that tho best tlmo for the second tbo tlmo and lost nearly all interest in profit from poultry Is to got tho dipping is about 10 days after tho life. Camels mellow-mildne- ss is chicks hatched early and tho next Is first, as all tho eggs will hnvo hatched told mo "Ono of my neighbors 4C to koop them growing so that they whllo practically nono of tho now nbout Tanlac and I always will bo will reach laying maturity before generation of mites will have deve- thankful I took her udvlco and start"nVI freedom tiring taste ! tho commencement ot cold vonther. loped sufficiently to deposit eggs, ed taking It. Tanlac Is tho grandest They leave no ciga-ret- ty There Is no profit In keeping n chick-o- n Practical experience has shown that medicine on earth, for I havo tnken iflfc'-;-i Just alivo, whether it is Intended tho second dipping may be delayed only three bottles nnd already I ani i&i. lor Inylng stock or for tho market. until tho fourteenth day without un- fooling bettor and stronger than I cwu tmv3 n . "'i'ftWtfrf-UVcigaretty odor ! why moro care should favorably affecting tho results of tho havo In many years. I can hardly a9 One reason bo cxcrclsod in feeding chicks thnn treatment, but wherover possible it Is eat enough to satisfy my appetite, rule. nothing over hurts me and 1 am no In feeding fowls is that tho chicks preforablo to follow tho Give Camels every Copies of Farmers' Bulletin 713 longer bothered with those smotherknow less about whit is good for puff-for-pu-ff compare TURK IS? them thnn do tho fowls. The tiea'tuy will bo furnished upon request of the ing spoils. I have not had a sign of any cigarette in the world ! chick Is a hungry thing anil will eat Department at Washington, D C. neuralgia since I began taking Tanlac whnt is given it; tho (i'cpiiIvo organs and my nerves aro Just as steady and being weak are less able .o disposo Tet Upholds Claims Mario For Sum- strong ns over In my life My sleep of objectlonnhlo feed than aro those mer Past mo (iriixs. Is sound and refreshing and life i3 had 700 wlfes and more than 300 BAMBOO TO HE EATKX would not have commanded 20 votes ot older fowls. Additional ovidenco of tho high now worth living. Tanlac has given lalddy frens, and that iz why there Is in tho senate. He added that such, Young chicks should bo fed n lit summcr-pnstur- o Pa value of Sudan grass mo health, strength and happiness. so many masons In tho wurld. The bureau of plant industry of amendments "have brought a very-largI am glad to tell others In the sez that King Solumn wuz a warm the department ot agrlculturo, over tie nt a tlmo and often, poultry srec- - as claimed by tho United States measure of evil to the republic."" partment of Agriculture, Is seen in hopes that thoy, too may be benefitted member and I think he waz hot stut on tho alert to find a new and cheap- Wo should have a government. of lallsts In tho U. S. Department ot myself. say. They should bo fed tho results of experiments recently by this wonderful medicine." er dish, comes forward with tho ex- principles, and not ot men such as a early In tho morning and just beforo completed by tho Kansas Agricultural citing announcement that we can eat we now have, he said. He declare-th- at Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. going to hod at nlgbt, and not less Experiment Station. It is declared L. Ii. Dean, in Horso Dranch by 'oia-to- n l'KIKST FLAYS SPIMTUALiISM. bamboo and that that ediblo plant is Just two men run things now: Drug Co., in Itockport by James already In, the process of cultivation ono is Samuel Oompers, head of r than three times In tho Interfiling that the grass will prove very Imgrass, Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace "Piffle," "dribblo" and "fraud" for us in some of the Southern states. period. For the first two weeks they portant as a summer-pastur- e trust, and the other is K. H. may bo fed three meals ot s5ft feed especially In tho Central West. & Porter, In Denver Dam by H. T. are terms which Father Bernard It is said that the big grass grows at Gary, head ot the steel trust. In a test carried out on the experi Taylor, Jr., and In McIIenry, by S. Vaughn, of London, applied to the tho rate of a foot a day, so that it and two of hard, and after that age experiences of people who profess to will require only a few week3 to suptwo of soft and three of hard, less ment farm at Manhattan, Knns., six J. TIchenor. Advertisement. have been in communication with ply the whole country. It can be soft feed being fed as they grow old- Holstein cows wore pastured on a spirits of the departed world. "As oaten "like asparagus or pickled in 112 Millions upland field of Sudan grass from ItqCKEFEIXEtt GIVES er. No moro moistened soft feed r4fS- AWAY MANY MXLLIONS an English patriot I denounce with should bo given at ono tlmo than they July 10 ,to October 11. Tho grass IT" all tho vehemence of my soul the for information of a less practical USeu was seeded June C, and during the will cat up clean. Tho general education hoard ot the frauds, the freaks, and the fiends who kind are Informed by the same scien- to POLL COLDS early part of the heason cowa wore unablo to keep tho grass eaten down. Rockefeller Foundation has announc- shelter themselves from the true light tists that It was bamboo sprouts and Utilizing Farm "Wast. d of the to- This made It necessary to mow the ed new appropriations totaling more in the black holes ot occultism," he not grass that Nebuchadnezzar fatSomething like HILL'S latter tened upon. tal production of grain straw in tho grass In the flold-cure- d part ot July; and than $20,000,000. Of this sum near- said. "Silly, stupid people who do government Let us hope that the hay were ob- ly $13,000,000 Is to be applied to In- not stand upon their own feet or sharps are not trying to 7.33 tons of "United 8tates Is not being used to CASCARAfcrQUININI t tained In addition to tho pasturage. creasing the pay of college teachers, think with their own minds argue "bamboozle" us. and of this amount one-haEstimating the valuo ot the butter provided $30,000,000 Is secured from that it Sir Oliver Lodge and Sir MV is an absoluto loss. Ot the c tons ot corn stover produced fat at 60 cents a pound and tho skim other sources for the same purpose, Arthur Conan Doyle are the devoted JlOMlfc SEXATE SECRETLY ".WET"? the which would give about $43,000,-00- 0 advocates ot spiritualism and make unmtnilv In the United States it is milk at 50 cents a Standard cold remedy for 20 year for higher salaries. Many medi- It their proud boast that they can " in taoiet lorm ai, sura, a estimated that only 81.5 por cent is six cows produced $183.03 worth of opiate break up a coin in z Marshall, like tin stock, and that at leasq 35 butter fat and skim milk nbove the cal schools ot the country received troduce their clients to the spirit fed to relieve grip in J oars- . nourt boy that he sometimes Is, has Money back If it fans. The por cent of this amount Is lost thru cost ot the grain fed in supplement- - generous endowments, each tor a world there must bo something In it, bad r do icea . genuine told a tale out of school. He says that r. c .lop Willi wasteful meth'ods ot feeding. Slml- - Ing the pasturage. Crediting tho deflnito use. The sum of 1,000,000 said Father Vaughn, Just as there is picture. wj yenrs large field In addition with tho 7.33 tons francs was presented to the medical something in a dose of cocaine or an if the prohibition amendment had larly, during the past At All Drnr Stm, in secret session it quantities ot cottonseed moal have of hay at $10 a ton, gives It a total research foundation of Elizabeth, injection ot morphia. A law should been considered forcing he declared, boon used for direct fertilizing pur- - credit ot $256.39 or $47.47 an acre, 'Queen of the Belgians, for purposes be passed, Approprlatlbns spiritualists to build their own asyposes, which could be used to better If the milk had been sold nt 30 cents ot general research. advantage for feeding cattle, slncq not a gallqn the credit for tho pasture nggregrating nearly $1,000,000 for lums; "It is not fair to ask the pub over 25 per cqnt of its fertilizing would havo amounted to $73.55 above negro schools are to be used partly lic to pay rates for people who shut for general endowment and partly their eyes and open a door which tho cost of tho grain. valuo Is lost whenJt is so used. The results of this definite exporl- - for current expenses and equipment. they cannot closg." Shun. A Mixture Tho Files Manymalodorus mixtures; particu- - ment nddod to the large number of KBBlWMtfmts 15T?luid "Diaolm llooe Is Not u Good Cure. nature, havo somo unsolicited testimonials ot farmers, $100 Reward, $1G0 larly ot an oily it is said, make the valuo ot Sudan (From the Amos Iowa Intelligencer) Th readers of this paper will be value ns repellents for stable flies, grass Irt When a man comes to you all dou- pleased to learn that there Is at least grass as n summor-pastur- o I 11 TllI I Ti but In proparing theso caro should Siwyj n I For Infants and Children. one dreaded disease that science has favorable seasons seom beyond dls- - bled up with pain and declares he will been able to cure in alt Its stages and ho taken that thoy aro not made too your presence unless you pro- that Is catarrh. Catarrh beins greatly die in strong, specially when animals are lute. by constitutional conditions cure him a drink of whiskey, Bond Influencedconstitutional treatment. Hall's requires being worked In the hot sun. ns thoy and to a doctor or else glvo him a Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally Surarc likely to cause overheating and Suggestions Mado for Fight on Tho him of Chamberlain's Colic and Diar- acts thru the Blood on the Mucous dose Hessian Fly. faces ot the System thereby destrojlng often produco shedding of the hair. the foundation or the disease, giving the Tho Hessian fly, ono of tho old- - rhoea Remedy. There is a mistaken patient strength by building up the conA mlxturo of fish oil (1 gallon), oil t doing Its i WK'TO.'li. ""Tpenny- - est nnd at times ono of tho most do- - notion among a whole lot ot people stitution and assisting nature in so much .,- i ot Pino tar (2 ounces), oil of work. The proprietors have ALCOHOL-31'ISK'"- "" I or faith .In the curative ounces), and kerosene (Vi structlvo enemies of the wheat crop thnt booze is tho best remedy for Catarrh Medicine that power offerHall's Toyal (2 they One m V r Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls Tint), was found to bo fairly of fee- - in tho United States, is again on tho colic and stomach ache. ii9Xl ! '!ii;.AihrIMii twHcMa e to euro. Send for list nf testimonials. Specialists of the United lllnilmcStomaclisandDpjrelsrfij keeping the flies off ot llvo increase. tlvo In Address V. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, IIISTOUICAIj ITEM. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. stock for a short tlmo when applied States Department of Agriculture fiJc following suggestions for lightly, but thoroughly, to th'o parts mnko tho ' ''How's this for a tribute to old PEKHIIING WANTS TO ItHTIKK with combating tho pest: ot tho animals not covered Practice crop rotation. Do not sow King Solomnn," said tho Street Corv blankets or nets. v,nccnuui j "nor In a letter to the socrotary of war, wheat on stubblo It it Is posslblo to ner Idler, as he handed the following nclihcr 0plam.Morphtae tKWfi clipping, which was headed, "Bobby's John J. Pershing, gonoral-ln-chlof UftVS ilincrai.NoTAuo"Tous Farm Hoys Will Tour HlK avoid doing bo. ' Plow under all Infested stubblo Essay" to Editor Shmled, of tho Dau4. tho American expeditionary forces in Jfext Month. Kmin Areas Xe&cTOlJDcSAiatUVtm it: City (Neb.) Eaglo: tho world war, announced his tPunplinfr A special train bearing 150 or moro and ruined whent, whore practicable, kota livKing Solumn wuz a man who ot retiring at an early date Texas farm boys selected through a soon nftor harvest, Jttlulll Saut Vti. Destroy all volunteer wheat by hnr- - ed so many years In tho country that from active service in tho army. Tha 'compotltivo examination will shortly 5foV push. Ho wuz a of-f- ronson given his desiro to engage wuz tho holo KJ5HB1 mako a swing around the host ugrl- - rowing, disking or somo othor meth- ho Want Sd wlzo guy and 1 'day 2 wimmen In a more active lino of work than utziv .xuHnrnl rnirlnns of tho Central. West- - 0(1. tlanlun-K- ; CCtfti&. ttmrtDfunr Plow all land to bo sown to wheat camo 2 him each 1 holding tho legs tho reorganization ot the army, with and Southern Stntos. orn. Northern existing condi- ot a hablo and neroly pulling tho kid which duty ho is at present occupied. J i .(nf.ilRimcdvfor Tho tour, which will bo botl) educa- as early and deeply as l All will bo tions por'mlt, nnd prepare a thorough- in 2 and each a olamelng It, and King Gen. Pershing is the only permnnont i irtVA s tional and investigational, HU& ly pulverized and compacted 'soed bed. Sol wasn't feeling just rito and Bed, full general of tho array, but Geu. I under tho Joint direction of tho I MJ " iii Conscrvo moisture against a poriod "why cuddent tho brat hen twlnz nnd March, who was appointed general servico of the Texas 'Agricul rcsulUnilhmftonwnjrfstopt this mixup," und then ho calld "for the omergoncy and wno is qnief tho of drought at seeding time. tural and Mechanical College and ass? for his swordo 2 splltt this innocent of staff, In reality outrunks him. This Uso good seed. Fortilizd. ratSimllcSi4nioC Toxas Chambor of Commorco. fc& e por- - littlo kid so each ov tho wimmen cud Is thought to be a sourco of dissatisii! Sow wheat during tho Is to give Tho purposo of tho tour :3 as advised by your farm, advisor havo ',4 whon tho reel ma ot tho brat faction to Gen. Pershing. Ho asitvtu, tho young Texans an opportunity to lod, buts In and sez, "Stopp, Solumn. sured tho secretary that If a crisis host or Stato experiment station, see and study at first hand tho every stay thi hand, and lot the old hagg should arise and his services be needAdhere to theso practices methods of tho most successful farmIt is yoar. whother tho fly is abundnnt or hav tho kid, for if I can't hav a holo ed ho would stand ready to serve his nrnn of tho United States. Thoy will help to keep it kid I don'tt want anny." and King country In tho future as ho had In believed, too, tho trip will fix In tho scarco Solumn told her 2 take the halby and tho past. anu rigm scarco boys' minds high standards o- go homo and wash its face, for ha r country llfo. Tiiey will iiinnin of was hop It was hers, and told tho practiOJ-ildj. havo an opportunity to study Copy of Wrapper. CITT. o 0 en OOMPANY, Nl Ex TXC CINTU other dalmo to go dials hersolf. FOR FLETCHWS cally all branches of farming carried FOR FLETCHER'S Kug Solumn wuz father of the on In tho areas, visited. In addition r aud bllt Solumn's temple. Ho rthoy will visit big packing plants and I 1 rv fl?l5Sl 9S I I 1 Jr4lk l t Hf X O V f joj t ffljWg3lr--. PI -- ?4.H?nD -- AiJlKkl r 1h??BSEZ r 4k. Hr'P 5pS3BsP3RRBnS59S55' KI HTj Jlt-U- ma-tur- KryffcliJWS and Turkish and Domestic Tobaccos make this make you prefer this Camel blendto either 4SfiMRroHjr"3jijF Wi J3?fl mwm w '"-sBt kindoftobaccosmokedstraight! Kt a revelation! Smoke them with without your unpleasant aftertaste nor unpleasant them test then with x 51 10-da- y r'1 e - tho-labo- 5.4-ac- re last yea 1 one-thir- lf 245.-000,0- 00 s, in-v- Vice-Preside- nt GASTORIA 1 tlta flppni ' k Mothers Know That Genuine Caatoria mm HSSfflS L- ef Always Bears the Signature of AttiF m , m m ol In sesS2Sn Tni?SlEP 32!Z!P NEW3S Use For Over fly-frq- Thirty Years w Ory 31iil&ren dry GASTORIA ma-so- nu OASTOR A CASTO R' A Ttwwwsm DUKEHUIWT. ' Mary Louisa Ilolton la visiting rela-tlvat Dundee. Miss Maggie Allen spent tho latter part of last week nt Narrows. Miss Addle Wostorflold, of Dundee, wa$ hero lst wook, for n fow days' visit with rolntlvos M8sr. General and Wllhurn Hoover, of Clear Run, loft Monday, for Glevqlnnd, Ohio. Messrs. C. M. nnd A. V. AJadc wcro in Owensboro Thursday and Friday of last week. IIKDA. Miss Mao Smith, of Hartford. Is v vlsltlrig relatives In tiio Clear Hun Tho rain that foil Monday was' fine neighborhood this week. s ; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Whobrey, on crops. Tho unveiling at Clear Run Sundny McIIenry, visited relatives hero of was well attended. Saturday and Sunday. There was a lot of tobacco set In McDowell, of Dennett's Mr. Sam spent Sunday with his slstor, Mrs this community Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Lllcs nnd Flora Stewart Ira Allen and Mr. Allen. Mrs. Lon Halph, of Hartford, visit- wore In Hartford Tuesday. . Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wig. ed her sister, Mrs. T. M. Baughn, for gins, a fine girl, Juno 23rd. n fow days last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe B. Rogers and Mrs. Mollio ElmOrc, of Bell's Hun, spent the past week ns the guest of children, of Bevier, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bennett Saturday night Mrs. H. A. Park, near here. facMr. Lawrence Whobrey, of Akron. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoovor visitOhio, wns here last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Ernest tiennett ed Mrs. Bettio Hoover Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Ambrose, of Hnrtford, . ailss Ethel Hlnes, of Earllngton. visited friends and relatives in Beda, Is here for an extended visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. from Sunday until Wednesday. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Thomasson, of Hlnos. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Wade and Hoflln, went to Clear Run Tuesday, children, of Cromwell, will arrive to visit their son. Estls Hudson and family spent Sunhero today to visit friends nnd reladay with Mr. J. Walter Allen and tives. (non skid) Misses Ava and Harriett Lanham, family, of tho Washington country. Mr. and Mrs. Ves Shown visited of Owensboro, spent last week with their cousin. Miss Alma Baughn, and their son, Robert Shown and family, went from hero to Adaburg, to visit at Heflin Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Rogers, Mr. other relatives. entertain- and Mrs. B. M. Bennett, were guests Mr. and Mrs. 'Ira Allon ed qulto a number of their friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Tweedell with a pound supper last Friday night, those being present wpre: OlllllllM.1111 N UWBIIIIW SULPHUR SPRINGS. Misses Blanch HIckey, Lena Combs Nina Cornell, Elizabeth Morris, MyrWo have not had a wedding in thi3 tle and Margaret Carter, Evelyn Jones Ethel Vance, Ruth Vance, Anna How- section for some time and some peo-pl- o are anxious to learn when thx ard, Alma Baughn, Ava and Harriet Lanham, Ethelyn Thomas, Catherine nest one, will como off an 1 I would Williams, Violet Allen, Sudlo Allen. suggest that If they want to know tho Boll and Claudia Allen; exact date they mteut as'i; 'A. f Mor Hallie Messrs. Barnett Sullgenger, Lawrence ris. Farmers in this section are- - going Whobrey, Chester York, Eugene Combs, Windell Ralph, Ralph Rheed-enhei- r, with a rush trying to get their corn1 Arthur Cornell, Charlie Bish- planted while it is still Juno.Some op, Walker Carter, Oran Baughn. will get done and some will not. Quite Remus and Jesse Carter, Oscar Mor- a number of farmers bought tractors N,XTi. ris, Eugene Clearwater. Clyde Park. this season which Is helping' very maMillard Hoover, Allen1 Carter, Gener- terially In getting out their crops. al Hoover, Oda Baughn Raymond Vhcat will soon bo ready to harvest. Vance, Mrs. Ivan Allen, Mr. and Mrs. While the yield is likely to be llgljt, yet It is worth saving. Rosel Park. We were ery glad to learn that our V.. old friend I. D. Claire had secured a CENTEKTOWN. lucrative position on the pay roll of We have been expecting M. Dexter spent Sunday with the State. Dr. M. for some years that he would eventu S friends at Llvla. fr B. E. Ross spent the wcek-on- d with ally break Into a State Institution, but we never thought he would be relatives at Livermore. Mrs. Ed Batsel, Central City, vis- sent to Louisville, for most of them from this heck of the w&ods are sent L1VIA, ROUTE 2. ited relatives here last week. County, Kentucky, held at tho Court repairing and maintaining said ditch fied, same will be placed in the hands O. B. Bosket visited relatives" to Eddyvllle, unless some scheming Mrs. House, in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, and for the payment of any other ot the Sheriff to be collected In tho Mrs. I. S. Mason has purchased a June 7, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M.f legitimate expenses Incurred. at Madlsonville last Sunday and Mon- attorney gets them off with a short samo manner as State and County term at Hopkinsville. new Ford car. day. with all members present, It was orThe tax list and assessment roll taxes. M B. Hall, of Rustou. La., visited Mr. Cecil Rhoads has returned dered that an assessment or. tax ot have been placed in the hands ot the Witness our hands, this June 25, UKTIIEL. homo from Akron, 'Ohio. his sister, Mrs. A. B. Rowe and family TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based up- County Treasurer, C. O. Huntor, to 1920. Mr. Sam Midklff, of Owensboro, is on the original assesment for con- whom payment may be made on or .here, last week. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF Mrs. Ben Bennett, of Hartford visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mosley. Miss Mary Render, of Matanzas. struction of said ditch, be made and before July 26, 1920, without addiOHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. spent a few days recently, with Char Several from hero attended the W. levied against the lands and land- tional costs. If said assessments are Is visiting her sister, MrsJ Alvin By S. T. Barnett. Pres. lie Smith and family, of this place. O. W. unveiling at Clear Run, Sun owners located Rowe, this week. within the L. M. not paid within the tlmo abovo speci Attest: McDowoll A. ( Fogle, Soc'y. Rev. Burdette filled his regular ap day. Mrs. J. H. Kuykondoll spent the Ward, et al., Drainage District, In wee"k-en- d Mesdames- Owen Magan- - and Will Ohio county, with Mrs. Jno. B"U and oth-o- r pointment at Bethel Saturday and Kentucky. Said asA large crowd Sunday. attended Mahaney spent Sunday evening with sessment or tax hereby levied is for relatives in Hartford. Mrs. Martha Northcn, of East View. Miss D.ncy Johnson, of Hart'ont. the baptizing. the purpose of cleaning out, repairMr. and Mrs. Barney Hocker and Mrs. Will Mahaney, Mr. Thomas ing and maintaining said ditch and "was the pucst of Mcf.ics Matlli ind Lottlo Ki'vUendolI Satuiday night and little daughter, Bculah and Artie, of Mahaney and family, and Mr. John for the payment of any other legitiCentral Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Fred King made a trip to Owensboro, Sat- mate expenses lenurred. Sunday. Mrs. Ilcrmon Garrett, of Neisjn, Tatum and little daughters, Edith urday. The tax list and assessment roll was the guest of her oarents, Mr and and Wenlereo and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. have been placed In the hands of the Thompson, of Simmons, spent SaturDRAINAGE TAX NOTICE Mrs. W. F. Wallace, Inst Saturday p.'id County Troasurert C. O. Hunter, to day ami, Sunday with their parents, Sunday. whom payment may bo mado on or 31. V. Tifhcnor RralnnRo District Rev. J. J. Wille't, of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Lunie Maples, of tlili before July 26, 1920, without adAt a meeting of tho Board of Drain- ditional costs. If said assessments filled his regular appointment at the place. m age Commissioners ot Ohio County, are not paid within the tlmo abovo Baptist church hero last Sunday. Kentucky, held at the Court House, specified, same will bo placed ' in II. L. Tucker, of Central City, was DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, June tho hands ot thf Sheriff to bo colin our midst last Tuesday. 7, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M with lected In the samo manner as State C. It. Ulioads Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morton attendDMiict. nil members present, It was order- and County taxes. ed the Baptist. Assembly at Russell-vlll- o A Meeting in the Interest of Better Highways Will Be At a meeting of the Board Witness our hands, this Juno 25, last Thursday and Friday. They of ed that an assessment or tax of TEN repoit a delightful trip to tho Knobb Drainage Commissioners of Ohio (10) PER CENTUM, based upon the 1920. Held at the Court House, City. county, Kentucky, held at the Court original assessment for construction BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF c OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. House, in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, of said ditch, be made and levied IIOUTON. Attest: McDowell A. Fogle, Sec'y. Juno 7, 1920. at 10 o'clock A. M. against the lands and landowners with all members present, it was or- located within tho M. F. TJchenor, et Mr. nnd Mis. Charlie Duff visited dered that an assessment or tax of al Drainage District, in Ohio counNOTICE TO PUBLIC. Said assessment or Mrs. Ralph last week. !TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based up- - ty, Kentucky. Mrs.' Sarah Thompson, whoso ill-- 1 on tho original assessment for con tax hereby levied Is for the purpose On and after July 1st., wo are gonoss was montloned a few weeks'ago, struction of said ditch, be mado and of cleaning out, repairing and main- ing to placo our business strictly upis Improving. levied against tho lauds and land- taining said ditch nnd for the pay- on a cash basis. When you have At One O'clock P. M. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Hoovor aro owners located within the C. R. ment of any other legitimate work dono, be prepared to pay cash. the proud parents of a fine baby girl, Rhoads, ot al Drainage District, In Don't ask us for credit. The tax list and assessment roll 49tf christened Vemadlno. Ohio County, Kentucky. Said AsGILLESPIE BROS. ., . Mrs. C. K. Crowdor and daughter, sessment or tux hereby levied Is for hnvo boon placed in the hands ot Alma, visited relatives In McLean tho purpose of cleaning out, repair tho County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE County a fow days lubt week. ing and maintaining said ditch and to whom payment may be made on 2G, 1920, without adMiss Jennio McDowell, of Victory for tho paymont of any oihor legit or before July George A. IIunicn Drainage District ditional costs. It said assessments nelghboihood, spont Saturday night. Imato exponses Incurred, Of Pineville, author of Kentucky's new road laws and I and Sunday with Ruthio Leach. The tax list and ubsossment roll aro not paid 'within tho tlmo abovo At a meeting of tho Board ot Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Austin visited have been placed in the hands of specified, same will be placed In the Drainage of Ohio Commissioners tholr dauhtor, Mrs. Corinno Day, of tho County Treasurer, 0. O. Hunter, hands ot tho Sheriff to bo collected In County, Kentucky, held at tho Court Sulphur Springs, Saturday and Sun to whom payment limy bo mud 3 on tho samo mnnnor as State und Coun- Houso, In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, day. or before July 26, 1920, without ad- ty taxes. June 7, 1920, at 10 ojclock A. M., Witness our hands, this Juno 25, Of Owensboro, one of the State's foremost exponents Miss Coin Raymond and brothor, ditional costs. If said assessments with nil tho members present, it 1920. of McIIenry, visited Mr. mid Mrs aro not paid within tho tlmo nbovo was ordered that an assessment or ofvgood roads building, will address the gathering. L. T. Wright from Saturday until specified, same will bo placed In tho BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OFl tax of TEN (10) PER CENTUM, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Don't fail to hear these men. They come to Monday. hands of tho Sheriff to bo collected based upon tho oilglual assessment By S. T. Barnett, Pres. Mr. Hallie Monroe, ot Akron, who In tho same manner as Statu und advise and help. Each is capable of doing us good (or construction ot said Attest: McDowoll A. Fogle, Soc'y. made and levied against ditch, M has boon visiting his parents, has County taxes. tho lands and aiding in the cause of better roads. Devote a o gone to the mountains, whoro he has Witness our bunds, this June 25, and landowners locatod within ths DRAINAGEPAX NOTICE few hours to the question of most vital interest to the 1920. secured employment. George A. Bafnes, et nl., Deilnago L. 31, Wniri)rnfiisu;u District Ind., BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'HS, OF Mrs.. Annie Cargol, of District, In Ohio County, Kentucky. whole county. Be there July 5, 1 p. m. OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. who has been visiting rolntlvos In At a meetings of ot Said Assessment or tax hereby levied By S. T. BARNETT, Pres. (his. nnd th Mt, Plqasant nolghbo- rDralnago Commissioners of Ohio Is for tho purposo of cleaning out, d. " hood, has returned to her home. Mrs. Sarah Wedding nnd small son, Wnymon, and Miss Sarah Duke, of Olaton, visited tho family of Mr. Van May, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. John Thompson and Mrs. John Cartor, of Simmons, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. honey Thompson and other rolntlvos of tills place, last wtek-onRov. Burden filled his regular at llothel Sunday, also held service of Baptism Saturday afternoon. Quite a crowd attended both services. " 3 use which manufacturing genius has made standard. Built in a specialized tory by experts with all the economy of concentrated production. peo- in the tire field 3 takes its place beside the half dozen products of universal ALONE What the bulk of the ple accept as the standard of value is right. 303 $mmm You owners of small cars can forget tire details you need not bother with meth-ods, features, or guarantees. Call for the Firestone Qh. OjjO Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 MOS Miles n- Dollar MEETING! , Ax . Better Roads HARTFORD, KY. Monday, July 5, 1920 Senator White L. Moss Judge C. W. Wells J . ha-Boa- 4