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NUMBER HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, appointment by tho now commission EXCITING TIMES IN bo named by tho govornor. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920. I r Board convened In regular monthly session at tho local Baptist church WILSON WIELDS Tuesday morning In one of tho best Speaker Bosworth, Attorney GenHUERTA IS ASKED attended meetings held In quite a lonq FRISCO CONVENTION BLOODY CUDGEL AS ROAD ENGINEER eral Dawson nnd many promlnont Retime. publicans thruout tho state cnnio to The following Ministers wcro presthe front Insisting Hint Boggs be reent: Birch Shields, Cromwell; R. L tained. Thoy urged that Hoggs had Of Road Head tondorcd his resignation to tho gov- Platform Builders Having Mexican Envoy In Confer- Brandenburg, Fordsvllle; H. C. Tru- Reed And Georgia Delegates man, Fordsvllle; M. J. Snoll, Central ornor ns far back ns December ot last Much Trouble Nomience With Acting SecGet Boot Not a Chance Is Victory For Good year, that ho had remained in chargo Grove; Z. Ferrell and R. E. Booker, retary Of State. To Stay nee In Doubt Government McIIonry; H. D. Burch, Olaton; Rusot tho department at tho earnest request of tho governor nnd other good sell Walker, Hartford. Messrs. Win. Fair hnd Cal. P. Keown, of Hart road advocates, that in tho political (Courier-Journal- .) Frankfort, Ky., Juno 28. JooF. enmpnign last fall tho road departWashington, Juno 30. Efforts of ford; W. P. Hoagland, Clear Run; As wo closed yesterday ovcnlng, San Francisco, Juni 29.' Senator W, S. Dean, Dundee; W. I. Igloheart, Boggs, of Richmond, present com- ment was ono branch of tho stato gov- nnd nt press hour, It was apparent tho now Mexican government in missioner of public highway i, was ernment ngalnst which no criticism that tho committee on platform buildrecognition from tho United Centertown; M. B. Crowder, Horso James A. Reed, Missouri, chief Domo Branch; A. B. Miller, Concord and cratic opponent of the Leag3eT6f'Na-tion- s, elected stato highway engineer toilr.y had been lovclcd, that tho success ot ing woro having much trouble with States were Initiated today bv antt-leag- uo and the i by tho Stnto Highway E. A. Carter, ot Matanzas, were also Commission. tho now Kentucky road law and tho throo proposed hoards In that strucIgleslas Caldoron, Mexican faction of tho Georgia 'DemocBoggs Is a Democrnt and has beon esprit de corps of tho entlro engineer- ture, viz: The wet plank, high commissioner to this countryy present. racy went up against the Wilson or; 4 commlsslonor of public highways ing staff of tho department depend- tho Irish question nnd tho League ot who hold a lengthy conferonce with ganlzatlon again today after having slnco last summer, when Rodman Wi- ed entirely upon keeping tho depart- Nations. Tho Committee was work-lh- g 'Acting Secretary of State Davis. Ar- ROYAL ARCH MASONS BUSY IN DEGREE WORK been thrown off tho roll of .delegate ley roslgncd. Tho solectlon will moot ment out of politics. behind locked doors with all guments and picas for recognition was submitted to tho National' Cont with goncrnl approval, as Mr. Doggs spectators "nnd others being kept nt wore presented by Mr. Calderon to Keystone Chapter, No. 110, R. A. vention, and this time they have been MOSLEY COOK. had been rocommendd lor appolnt-mrespcctablo distance of 50 feet. Secretary Davis, who prior to the tho by muro than 200 citizens of tho The prospects appeared to be good conference announced that the mat-t- M., held a special convocation Tues- flattened out completely. It was the Administration-controlle- d Mr. Roy Cook nnd Miss Wlnnlo D. ; for tho nomination of most any one state, various nutomobllo clubs and would bo referred to President day night for tho purposo of conferCommittee on Credentials, ring tho Mark and Past Master's deto road Interests In all parts of Ken- Mosley wore united in mnrringo at of a half dozen or more, with McAdoo j Wilson. grees. Two were up for M. M., and which Mr. Reed and the tho home of tho bride Wednesday Palmor and Cox ns the three out tucky. The mission of which Mr. Caldo-- I Tho State Highway Commission ap- ovoning, in tho prosenco of membors front. Lots of Wilson talk is afloat ron is tho head, it was learned, had three for thodegree of P. M. Quite faction of Georgia made thelrscc-on- d appeal, but that committee, after families. Rov. and Homer pointed by Governor Morrow Is bi- of tho lmmedlato S. Cummlngs, being 'tint nlnnnnd 11j Itnrrlrt tli fVVf i rw nf nh a nice attendance was registered at JL JU liUt WIUUI1VI4 UU(lli bliU hearings which were llttlo better than partisan, being composed of Monahan Russoll Walker performed tho cere- touted as a likable darkhorse. In talnlng recognition so soon, but de- this session. . A special convocation has boon a joke, voted to unseat thorn. and TJcn Wolllo, Paducah, Democrats, mony uniting the two. New York tho 'President was favored velopments In Mexico wore considerThe Credentials. Cjpmmltteo's report The bride Is tho daughter of Mrs. in the betting to land tho ono big ed by members of tho mission suclras called for this evening, when tho and Green Garrett, Winchester, and II. II. Asber, Plnovlllo, Republicans. Daisy Mosley, of this place, a gradu-at- o plum to bo dished out by tho con- t o make haste advisable. In Most Excellent and Royal Arch de- was submitted to the NmJonal Com- Unrest of tho local high school, was a vention. Tho commission organized by electthe Mexican Congress which has de- grees will be conferred upon a class ventlon this afternoon and adopted. Reed Loses '33 to O. and member of tho faculty In the school ing "Green Garrett, chairman, having in veloped within tho last two weeks and. of eight. Tho Beaver Dam Chapter Tho In the case of Mr. Recti tho voto last year nnd had been unanimously chargo tho drafting oT tho tentative) tho outbreak ot a now revolution will furnish 4 of tho candidates and Ron Wolllo, Hccretary. It was announced ns tho purpose olocted for tho coming year. Sho Is platform killed a prohibition enforce- against the federal government in the the local chapter 4. The two chap- In tho committee, during the early i ters meeting in a union session, with hours this morning, was 35 to 3 of tho commission to rohiovo tho a young lady of refinement and splen ment resolution by a vote of 5 to 4. state of Tamaullpas, which was Up to tho tlmo of balloting on the Bond Department from politics; to did Intellect and well beloved by all today to tho State Depart- Ihe loi-a- l chapter. The crack degree against him. The delegates from placo It upon nonpartisan basis by her associates. ' Mr. Cook Is a son ot various candidates, It was distinct- ment, led the American advisers to team of Central City will be on hand3 Georgia representing Senator Hoke to confer the work, nnd all royal arcn Smith and Tom Watson were ordered making selections ot Hold and district Judge Mack Cook, for soveral years ly a Wilson convention, his hand has decide in favor ot quick action. the Coun been seen In most every act worthy onglncors and offlco engineers, road a teacher in the schools No information was forthcoming masons who can possibly, do so should unseated by a voto ot 43 to 4, and Inspectors, etc., on a basis of quali- ty and a splendid young man. Con of note. The .ousting of Senator today regarding the second "special be marked present. This convoca- by 'the same motion tho twenty-eigcapability alone, and so gratulations and best wishes are fication and Reed, ot Missouri and the delegation mission," headed by Judge Alberto tion, in nil probability will mark the Georgia delegates who favored tho Mr. and Mrs. Cook. far as possible, consistent with effifrom Georgia headed by Smith and M. Gonzales, an associate justice of close of degree work until the Slim- nomination of Attorney General Palmt i mer and the Wilson League off Naciency and public sorvlco, to make an Watson was smoothly handled by the Supreme Court of Mexico, which mer season Is past. tions were ordered to be seated. equal division ot all officers and em- 930,700 HAUL MADE administration leaders and followers. the State Department has been inArguments pf the Administration &" BY TRAIN' BANDITS In fact Wilson has six Or seven' cabi- formed left Mexico City last Saturployes undor the Road Department LOUISVILLE'MAItKETS forces against.Mr. Reed and thq along equal lines between the politi net officers and representatives upon day. delegation were a thin- Augusta, Ga., Juno 30 An express tho ground, to say nothing ot the ox- cal narties and In every way possible Cattle Midweek supply was ot Smith-WatsOfficial agents of Francisco Villa to glvo to the stato and Its people' car on the Charleston & Western members ot his cabinet and the le- also were active in Washington today, moderate volnme with a fairly active ly disguised appeal to the commltteo-tthrow out ot the convention any real service along the lines of rood Carolina Railroad was reported rob-bo- d gion of Federal officeholders. "Wo Issuing a statement ot General Vil- rade on all desirable kinds. Good outnear here early today by bandits wish we could give the happenings butch- contested delegation which yas not construction to tho ond that tho road let for tho best handy-weigla's stand on a number ot matters ot Medium favorable to the Wilson policies. program shall be advanced and grow who gagged and bound an express up to this morning but news ot the national importance. V They also do ers at full steady prices. messenger and an armed guard and convention's doings of yesterday was Legal technicalities were discussed in tho confidence of tho people of and plainer kinds slow but unchang med reports rrom Mexico, mat tne made away with $59,725, constituting impossible ot attainment. at some leijgth, but everybody rec- ' tho state. rebel chief,, who has refused to Join ed. people tho payroll for tho marines at tho Quotations: The commission asks ot tho Prime heavy steers ognized that blind adherens to thq present regime In Mexico, sought the League 'of Nations was the test' that of Kentucky their earnest support In Paris Island, S. C. station. POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WED the presidency of the republic tor $12.5013.50; heavy, steers $12 selt-felTho money had been expressed unupholding their hands and that medium 12.50; steers $11 12; was being applied in both instances. himself. Arthur Lucas and several ot considerations of every kind in der guard from Atlanta and was light steers $10 11; fat hclters $8 Mr. J .Ross Taylor and Miss Ethel Georgia delegates etc., shall give transferred here to the Charleston & Blnkley surprised qulto a number of CUBANS WANT 24 declared tho location of roads, 13; fat cows $7.50n.50; me way to a demand for tho real good ot Western Carolina train which left their friends here, when they assumdium cows $5.507.50; canners $4 the action ot the Credentia'3 ComCENTS FOR SUGAR Augusta at 5:15 a. m. When a tew ed the vows of wedlock June 25th, tho state as a, whole. 4.50; bulls $6.508.50; feeders mittee was a severe blow to the miles out ot the city In tho Savannah at 9 o'clock p. m. Tho wedding taking party In Georgia in view Good Roads To Poll tics Havana, June Cuban cane $S10.50; stockers $79.75; choice Democrats river bottom, It is claimed, tho hold- place at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. C. growers, sugar mill30. ot tho fact that the Smith-Watso- n. yesterday of the up men owners and brok- milch cows $85 100; medium $66 The appointment entered the express car, ovdelegation had polled two tfclrds or present commissioner ot public roads erpowered tho mesang'er, B. R. Der- E. Smith. Rev. Russell Walker per- ers) claiming to control the sale of 85; common $45 65. Calves Prices weak and $1 low- the popular vote, formed tho rites that bound the nup- 2,180,000 sacks ot unsold sugar, as state highway engineer unto servo rick, and tho armed guard, W. M. "I have no doubt that the hlgh-handwere on record today as definitely er. Reports from Eastern points der tho now Kentucky road law Roberts, and then throw tho safe tial ties. methods that have bean em- -, The bride was a member of the pledged not to offor any more sugar bad. Best veals $12.50 down; memarked tho close of a remarkable po- containing tho money out ot the door. ployed to- throw, us out of this con1920 graduating class of Hartford for sale until the price had reached dium $8 11; common $56. litical fight that has waged in the Tho robbery was not discovered Hogs Active demand for the best vention crfl thwart thj will of ranks ot the Republican party for until about thirty minutes later.atter High School. She Is popular and 24 cents a pound, the level reached ot the Democrats ot Georgia, hogs and prices 50c higher on lights; much admired by a large circle ot during the last half of May. several months. the train bad crossed to tho South friends. Her parents died several will have a tendency to drive many This decision was reached at a mass 25c up on medium weights; balance WhHo a political fight pure and Carolina side of tho river? One ot years ago and she has made her home meeting last night, which was ot the offerings on a steady basis. good Democrats In our State Into the a 6lmple, It was unique In that Republican party this year," said Mr. the train crew passed through the with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith for over by Miguel Arango, presi- Not enough choice hogs here tb fill political fight to keep political In9 car and found the express man and some tlmo past, being a niece of the the needs ot the local packers. Best Lucas. de- dent ot the Association ot Hacenda-do- s fluences out of the stato highway 'May Cost Party State. the guard bound and gagged. up $15.75; 165 to latter. The bridegroom is a- son of partmont, and whllo strong pressuro and Colonos of Cuba. At this hogs 250 pounds Odlcers are searching tho river Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor of this Mr. Reed has decided not to carry meeting a coramltteo of twelve, head- 260 pounds $16.50; 120 to 165 lbs. was brought to bear from Influential swamps. , hjs fight any further in tne conven$11.-5place and his friends are numbered ed by Arango, was selected to act as $15.50; pigs 90 to 120 pounds quarters, tho governor Btood firm, and Ho realizes, like the Georgia 90 pounds down $10 throwouts tion. by his acquaintences. Ho Is a mem- the exclusive selling agncy of those Republicans Uko Speaker Bosworth, LOCAL MASONS TO HAVE men, that the Administration's big ot Casehler and. Tay- represented at the meting.. Partici $11.50 down. Attorney General Dawson and a host RIG MEETING JULY 10 ber of tho firm Sheep and Lambs Reports from stick is too powerfully wielded at lor, ongaged In the restaurant and pants pledged themselves f o withdraw ot leaders all over the stato won out confectlonory business, in which ho from the market all offers for the other centers continue lower and with this time to bo withstood, and he will In their contention that It was not Hartford Lodge, No. 675 Is ar present- govornment, but good po- ranging for an interesting meeting embarked soon after hip release from sale of sugar and to sell none ex- the approach of holiday first ot next abide by the results for the only good His spokesmen before the Creden- buyers wre Slow In taking hold litics to keep tho highway dopart- - on tho evening of July 19th. Besides the army, at tho closo ot the late war. cept through tho medium ot the com- week Tho wrltor but voices tho slncerest mittee, which is pledged to make no of tho offerings." The market was es tials Committee, in the early hours jnont out ot polltlcs.and many ot them business of importance, tho lodgo will of tho morning, asserted with great dcciarou tnnj u u opcamo necussury confer (he third 1 degree. And last, expression ot a host ot friends in sqles for less than 24 cents a pound. tablished late, lambs being 59 cents emphasis that the unseating of, Mr. prepared to "go Into po but by no means least, Dave Jackson, wishing and hoping that the voyage Cuban sugar to $1 lower and sheep 50 cents off. The amount of unsold they were may be mado was estimated by a member of the Best lambs brought $15.50; seconds Reed mglht moan the loss ot more to litics" in defense of that policy. socrotary of the Grand Lodge of Ken- ot Mr. and Mrs. Taylor the Democratic party this year, beTho fight revolving around this tucky, will bo present, assist in the In fair weather and upon placid selling committee at 3,920,000 sacks, $9.50; sheep $9.50 and bucks $4,G0 cause of the Fifth Congressional Dis waters even to the port at tho farther their holdings of 2,180,000 sacks seconds $9.50 sheep $9.50 and bucks appointment doveloped hard on the work, and deliver an address which is trict, which unanimously sent him to leaving only 1,740,000 sacks under $4.50 down. heols ot tho adjournment of tho leg- certain to prove of interest to all most end. the convention, was by far the strong PRODUCE outsldo control. Efforts are being islature last winter, when tho now present. Democratic district in the Stato Local produce dealers quote buying est SCHOOLS CONSOLIDATED made to bring theso Into the pool, "Kentucky road law was enacted mm and was absolutely necessary to tho m ' prices as' follows net to shipper the MRS, LAURA AUSTIN creating a state prlmnry road sys . ' victory. shipper paying freight and drayage Democratic Tho special election held in Oak CORN CROP IN COUNTY i.uuu nines, tem ot approximately X , SURPRISINGLY LARGE charges: naming a nonpartisan commission of Mrs. Laura Austin, widow of F Grovo, Graham and Cromwell ComCANNING FACTORY IS EGGS Candled 37 38c dozen. four members, to servo without sala- O. Austin, died Juno 26th, at tho mon School districts last Saturday TO BE READY ON TWIE BUTTER Country 33 34c lb. Tho crop In Ohio County, notwithry, nnd providing for tho appointment home ot her daughter, Mrs. Will upon tho question ot consolidation, standing the very unfavorable seaPOULTRY Hens 26 30c lb.; "by tho commission of a stato high- Woodward, In Baton Rouge, La. Her levying a special tax of 50 cents perTho concreto work for tho plant oL 46c tho Pocket Packing Company at this way engineer at a salary of $5,000 remains woro brought to Beaver haps, and tho transportation ot pu- son, Is very Inrge. Not a big crop as spring chickens (broilers) 40 Dam, her formor home, and Interred pils living at remote distance from a matter of courso compared with fa- lb.; old roosters 12 15c lb,; ducks placo has beon completed, material , a year.. Helped To Frnmo Law. in Sunnysldo cemetery, Tuesday fol- tho site ot tho proposed school build- vorable seasons, but extremely big 1015c lb.; turkeys 3035c lb.; Is being shipped In and the Company, ing resuted In victory for tho proposi- for this year and far beyond that ot geese 10 15c lb.; guineas 30 35c It Is announcod, will bo amply preHoggs, as hoad of tho highway de- lowing. last year. Numbers of farmers suc- apiece. partment with tho tttlo of commlsMrs. Austin Is survived by four tion ot about threa to ono. pared to handle tho crop In this secIt is presumed that the project will ceeded In getting out all they wishof public roads, took a, lead- daughters: Mrs. Attye Grltlln, of slonor tion before tho first fruit ripens. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. with tho Los Angoles, Cal.; Mrs. E. R. Ald-rlc- h, bo put In operation during thp com ed or lutondod to plant. Upon the ing part In As hereinbefore urged, the growMrs. Will lug school year and as this first at- larger farms It was made posslblo by of Chicago, 111.; stato administration In framing the ers Bhould see that the tomatoes ro- -' o Woodward, of Bnton Rouge, La., and tempt meets with success or reverses tho Introduction of tractors, In no To tho taxpayers of Ohio county; new road law. Following tho cive the proper cultivation' and are Our office will bo open at all rea- otherwlso cared for, so that a high of tho measure In tho Legisla- Mrs. Hooknr Williams, of Hartford. J the minds ot patrons In many other other way could It have been done. Some farmers are busily Engaged sonable times from July the 1st, un- grado product may bo insured for ture, tho HouBe of Representatives Also ono son, Mr. C. P. Austin, ot districts in tho County will be made a resolution Beavor JDam. up upon tho advisability ot consoli- In cultivating their first planting, and til Oct. 31st., for tho purposo ot as- this, our first season, it means much unanimously adopted should tho country bo blessed with a sessing tho property of the .county. to both producer and packer. dation ot other schools. rocommendlng tho appointment of very lato fall and absonco of frost, I, or 911.0 of my deputies will visit the PORTER JACKSON". am Doggs to tho post ot stato highway RESIDENCE BURNS this section may count itself fortu various voting places In tho County, INDIES' AID SOCIETY. englnoor, created under the new law. Miss Vorna Poster and Mr. E. W. nate on the acrenge, and the maturing (watch for postors in your preclnot Moantlmo strong pressure was Mr. Beech Herald, of McIIenry, of nil corn planted will place us In In tho future) to accommodate those The Ladles' Aid Society of tho M. brought to bear to lnduco Govornor Jackson were united 1i, mnrrlago Doggs Wednesday June 30th., In Louisville. last his dwelling and contents, with much boter condition than experienc- who do not care to come to tho offlco E- - Church, will convene In regular . Ilorrow to name a successor to Miss Porter Is the daughter ot Mr. the exception of ono bed, by tiro ed last year. to glvotholr list, but under the clas- session Monday afternoon at- 2:30 , W under tho old law, which romalns sification act ot the last legislature, o'clock, with Mrs. Jim nonnett and till July 1, with the hope that and Mrs. R. B. Porter, ot Eden, and Wednesday. The tiro had gotten unwo feel that wo can bp ot material Mrs. Step S6sh, at the home ot. tho , the now man would bo a Republican formerly taught In tho public schools, der such headway before discovery BAPTIST MISSION BOARD HAS. REGULAR .MEETING benefit to you In making your as- luttor. An interesting, meeting Is.'-- , and that ho would automatically suc- but for somo time sho has beon Post that there was no opportunity to eithexpected and a full attendance" is do-- s sessment here at the office. ceed hlmsolf as state highway eng- mistress at Eden. Mr. Jackson Is a er extinguish' it, or save the ' The Ohio County Baptist Mission D. E. WARD, Tax Co'ra'r. O. C. sired. undor tho now law by grace ot prosperous farmer ot Cromwell. ineer RECOGNITION FOR Jle-Elccti- on J ob-'ta- lh ITor-jnan- Smith-WntSot- I nt or anti-Wils- on i1 tf ht on ht ' sh tho-ouste- "" e-l - pro-sid- ed - ' 0; 1 pas-sag- - vo - . t ' t, ,ML. , HARDING SEEKS QUIET WEEK-EN- D Now York Monday morning will reach that when this is dono mall leaving TrrnmszatsaaBauwiimuJuu.u..i ' Hill IHIHUHWMUBBre- - Goes Out To, Country Home Of Friend Near By To Avoid Crowd. San Francisco Wednesday morning Danger of loss by accident la considered slight, In spite of tho recent destruction of between 4,500 nild 5,000 letters when a mall plane from Washington was forced to land near Orange, N. J., and was consumod bj fire. I j fel I I 'V State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Imcos County, ss. Frank J, Cheney makes oqth that he Washington, Juno 20 Accompanila senior partner of tlie firm of V. J. Harding Cheney & Co., doing business In the City ed by Mrs. Harding, Senator of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, Presidential nomlnco, and that said firm will pay tlio sum of Republican ONQ llUNDrtUD DOLL for each slipped out of Washington today to and every case of Cuturrh A US cannot be that CATAURtl spend the week end at (ho cbuntry cured by the Use of HALL'S CHUNEY. FRANK J. JIUDICINK. home of a friend In a nearby State. Sworn to before ma and subscribed In public my presence, this 6th day of December, The Senator declined to make A. TV. QLCASON. A. D. 1886. Notary rubllc. (Seal) his destination but announced he Hall's Catarrh Medicine la taken Inwould be bnck at his oMco Tuesday. ternally nnd acts through the Mood on his trip with the Mucous Surfaces or the System. Send By surrounding for testimonials, free secrecy the Presidential nominee P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold hy all druRRlMs. 75c hoped to avoid crowds and obtain a Hall's Family rut rnr constipation. rest: 11 will bo the first vacation ho has taken since his campaign for MEXICANS OX "STIUKE" the Presidential nomination began TAKEN HACK OX JOB early In tho year. No details as to his trip were revealed at his office. Lexington, Ky., Juno 25 Twenty-nin- e Tho Itepubllcan nominee wont to Mexicans brought td Kentucky go over his offlc early in the day to froni the border at oxpenses amounthis correspondence, but remained loss ing to approximately $1,100 to work .than two" hours. on a Job fof tho Mason Hanger ConAVimicnV Campaign DIscuH.-e- d. struction Company on tho farm of In anticipation of departure from Edward Sims, near Paris, wore arthe Capital no engagements had been rested In Lexington tonight nnd takscheduled, but bo conferred briefly i en back to Paris on a charge that they with Senator Medlll McCormick and had broken an ngreemont to work ' Mrs. JlcCormlck, Illinois, the latter there until the Job was completed. It discussing with him especially plans Is charged that the Mexican laborers rolatlng to the part of women In his had not paid their board bill In Paris. campaign. Difficulties In language prevented trip It Is While on his week-en- d by Loxlngton close understood Mr. Harding will devoty authorities, as tho Mexicans could not speech of acceptsome time to his speak English. Officers of tho Maance which now Is under preparation. son Hanger Company asserted they play golf on prvlate Ho also plans to bolieved a Lexington firm had offered links nt a country estate and in or- the Mexicans more money than they ler to mako up a foursome Senators wore being paid in Paris, but the item Frelinghuysen of New Jersey, Kel- of expense of bringing them toJCen-tuck- y logg oftMinncsota and Halo of Maine, was overlooked. Jert for tho same destination. Forty Mexicans in all were brought 5,000,000 campaign Tho first of. tho to Kentucky by tho construction comnosters bearing the pictures of Mr pany. The remainder of them were Coolldge, Mas Harding and Governor declared to be in the "strike" and sachusetts, the Republican candidate started to leave, but they were stoped Presidency, taken from for tho Vice before getting away from Paris. the press was received today from tho presented to the Prosl- lirlntors. and Summer Complaint Quickly Believed. ' dential. 'nominee. Tho poster Is "About two years ago when suf. printed In three colors and bears tho fering from a severe atack of sumcaption, '(America Always First." mer complaint, I took Cha'mberlain's Owing to the print paper shortage Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and It tho posters will be only about twelve relieved me almost Instantly," writes by "eighteen inches In size. Senator Henry Jewett, Clark Mills, N. Harding's offlc also received the first Mrs. This Is an Y. excellent remedy for of the 15,000,000 campaign ibatch por- - colic and diarrhoea and should be buttons "bearing the nominee's kept at hand by every family. m cross-questioni- ft 1 A , There wr some pfleff q long walls forth Doctor in daqs e horse-and-bujjg- q ?AKE it easier to get around and 1VI you make healthier and hap- pier communities. No one any longer questions the worth of the automobile or begrudges any legitimate exw pense connected with it. But millions of car owners are rebelling 'at the idea that running an automobile has got o mean waste. 11 Every now and then you hear a neighbor complain that "he doesn't seem to have much luck with tires." Send him tO'Us. The minute a man begins to question the service his tires are giving him, he's ready to listen to reason. Our business is built on the principle that the only way to get better tire service is to get better tires to start with. That's why we have taken the representation for U. S. Tires. Qirco UJraLs,aJ,. " e5j'BXSl trait. o mm '! Loss of Appetite As.a general rule there Is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and If .you skip a meal or only eat two meals a day for a few days wou will soon have a relish for your meals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at least five hours should always elapse between meals so as to lve the food ample time to digest .and the stomach a period of rest be-f- or a second meal is taken. Then if you eat no more than you crave and ;tako a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every day you will not need :tb worryabout your appetite. When , the lossjf appetite Js caused by as is often the case, that ' A dose . should ho corrected at once. iof Chamberlain's Tablets will do It. ni , on $15Q,000 BANK LOOT UN'KAIITIIED Covington, Ky., Juno 25 Nearly $150,000 In securities, part of the loot taken f'om the Tobacco Growers Bank. Crl'tralja Ky, was founl In a ditch near Dixie Highway two and one-ha- lt miles this side of the end of the Fort Mitchell car line. Tho cache was in brushwood jut-- a few feet from the roadway. Notes and certificates of deposit aggregating: nearly $50,000 were found. There also were bank stock and other documents of a value between S 50,000 and $100,000. In addition there v. as pos'jffi'e money orders, policies, insurance wills, 'iceds and other documents from safety deposit boxes. Among the recovered loot was a the $1,000 Victory bond bearing name of Stella G. Brown. The Crittenden bank was robbed June 17. Between $17,000 and $20,- 000 worth of Liberty bonds were among the loot, but they, have not been found. John Horn, Detroit and George Brown, Louisville, wero arrested recently by Federal authorities In connection with the robbory. The mcr wero, held to the Federal grand Jury in Covington. f-day Select your tires to tho roads they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever 'the eoln is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheel3 The. U. S. Plain. everywhere Royal Cords. For best results U. S. Tires have a reputation for quality. Built up through years of creating better tires. Such as the straight side automobile tire, the pneumatic truck tire It va not by chance that U. S. Tires are made by the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. We are proud to represent U. S. Tires in this community. TJ. S. 1..B6 9Jv . 4--fc MOTOB-CANNO- United States Tires HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. COATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. W. G. ILER, Rockport, Ky. mmmmEsmsmammmmmammmmmt9ismmmmmmmammmmaBaammmmmmmmJM Tampa, Fla., "I had my right leg and five ribs broken by tho explosion, and when I came to my senses I found mysolt on board a submarine bound for Germany. I was kept In a German prison hospital for five months, and you can imagine what I must havo suffered when I tell you that I fell off In weight from two hundred to a hundred nnd and twenty-fiv- e thirty-on- e pounds. When I was repatriated and finally got my discharge in February, 1919, I was o betotr than a living skeleton. I had no appetite' and my digestive system was so upset that what little I did eat alwayn gavo me severe pains in the pit of my stomach, llcforo I Joined tho servlco I nover know what nerves wero, but after what I wont through my norvos were so shattered that I couldn't keep still a minute, and the slightest thing upset me. For six months I continued in this condition, unable to pick up btrength and bo wenk that any attempt at work tired me out completely. I began to think that I should nover be a well and strong man again. "But the way Tanlac overcame my troubles and built mo up was npth-In- g short of marvelous, It guve me such nn appetite that I wanted to eat all the while, and I sure did mako up for lost tlmo. I had no more bother with indigestion and from then on I picked up strength aud lit-tl- . AIBPIjANK ' The Manufacturers Aircraft Association announces that the army air service has accepted an airplane motor which In addition to driving the shells In piano woujd flro rapid succession. Tho alrplnno gun Is built to pierce armored airplanes, tanks and the like. Instead of shooting betweoiv the blades of tho propeller like tho synchronized mnchlno-Bun- s, tho new cannon Is arranged Inside tho propeller shaft and shgi Surgeons agree that In cases of through the hub. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tin ; first treatment Is most important When you feel lazy, out of sorts When an efllclent antlsceptlc is appli and yawn a good doal In the duytlmo, ed promptly, thero Is no danger of you can charge It to a torpid liver infection and tho wound begins to which has allowed the system to net heal at once. For use on man or 'Iti'l of Jnipurltlcs H.13RMNH cares boast, Borozono is the Ideal Antisepall dlsordors produced by an inactive tic and healing agont. Buy It now liver. It strengthens that organ, nnd be ready for an emergency. Price cleanses tho bowels and inns tho sys- 25c, 50a, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by tem In good, healthy condition. Price m '' COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Ohio' County Drug Co. m , Company. WANT TO SAVE GBEAT SWAMP one-pou- nd PRISONER TELLS EXPERIENCE U. S. S. Officer Of Neptune, Gives Story Of Remarkable Adventure and Recovery. Ill-Fated put on weight until now I tip the beam at two hundred and tour pounds and am as' well and strong ns I over was before I Joined tho service My norves aro as steady as a dlo and I'm Uko my old self again. Tanlac Is cortalnly a grand medicine and I think overy suffering person ought to In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean, In Horse Ilrnnch by Ola-to- n Drug Co., In Itockport by James Drowning, In Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, In Beaver Dam by It. T. Taylor, Jr., and In McHcnry, by S. KSTATKS TO BK BKTUBNKB BY MEXICAN GOVKUNSII'NT try it." Tanlac Is sold Am MAIL HKUVJOE CHEAPER After two years' experience In carrying tho mail by airplane tho post-- office department announces that tho method has proved economical. It Is claimed that tho air service Now York and Chicago has In a saving of more than $100,-00- 0 n year. A piano of 1,500 pounds capacity making a dally trip between ', those two cltlos costs loss than' $400,-O0- 0 a year, while It. has onablcd tho department to discontinue $500,000 worth of distributing space and clerical hire. The service has already iotm qxtondod from Chicago to Oma-'hnnd it Is tho ultimate .object of ' .Hit) department to oatubllsh u trans-- . 'flpntlngntal route between Now York 0 jijid San Francisco. It Is calculated a, In Southeastern Georgia the swamp covers 700 suuaro miles; It is in a primeval stato and is said to havo no counterpart In the world. For these reasons U. S, biologists of thp department of agriculture rccommond that It bq made a Commergovernment reservation. cial interests aro planning to Invndo it for'thu timber, nnd citizens of Way-croaro bent on forestalling a fund to purchubo it and turn it over to the government us n "wild life refugo." In the east this swamp Is exceeded In size only by tho Everglades of Florida ss Oke-fonok- ee CASTORtA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Richard Cannon, Chief Petty of tho U. S. S. Neptune, whose dramatic capturo at Bea by a Gennnn and subsequent experiences abroad tho submarine and in a German prison hospital, Ihrilled tho en-ticountry, la ttlll another world war hero to tost tho remarkable reconstruction powers of Tanlac and Mr. give It his strong endorsement. Cannon's adventures wore so hurrow-ln- r that his constitution watf com pletely shattered but after months of suffering ho has now regained tho wonderful health that enabled him to pull through his adventures allvo and y la tho same strapping two hundred pound flghtor that ombarkod collier. Hut let him on the toll his own story: "When tho Noptuno was torpedoed off tho Irish coast," said Mr. Cannon, who now lives at 707 B. LaFayette, ro to-da- J. Tichenor. Advertisement. i HTItlKKHS THItOW BOMB. Watorbury, Conn., June 5 An attempt to kill several porbons who havo persisted :n working vhl'o there haB been a strike In tho brass mills hero was madJ with n bbmb early today .No physical harm was dono to anyone by tho explosion. This was the third hqmb explosion durlnj; ST. PAUL BANK 1H tho labor troubles. HEM) UP BV 5 Ml'N' Washington, Juno 20 The Stato Department was advised today by th American Embassy in Moxlco City that newspapers thero had published a circular of tho Mexican Treasury Dopartmont, providing for Immediate return to their proper qwners of all properties confiscated by tho Mexican Government, excepting thoso of Vlctorlnno Uuorta and his family, Felix Diaz, Francisco Villa, J. W. Maytorona and Parodos, as well as properties which have boon expropriated for public purposes. c If you feel "bluo", "No account, lazy, you noed a good c'eaniiiR Is the right thing for that purposo. It stimulates Hie liver, tones up tho stomach and purlflo tho bowels. Price 00c, Soil by w tho Ohio County Drug Co. lo o CAN'T BK HOXK St. Paul, Juno 2C. Five uniiMk Speaking of advertising, no merchant should expect a thousand dollar sale from a two bit 'local." It has been tried from all angles, and it can't bo'done. Daxter (Ark.) od bandits hold up employes of 'ho. Oroat Nnrlhorn Stato Bank hero to day, probably fatally woundel Cashier Victor Kedman and escaped tn a automob"o with $5,000 In cash. 5s" 000 In Liberty bonds tlnd a quant-tor paper. J 0 't r.'T;if it. DANIELS' POLICIES surrounding country. ATTACKED BY DECKER Deposed Admiral Brands it. Doing hard work in a bent or stoopNavy Heads' Methods ing position puts a stitch in tho back As Prussian. that Is painful. If tho muscles havo 1 And converso-ltho outlying population must do all it can to promoto tho well being of tho center, lloth elements must work together nnd for each othor's interests on 365 days In tho year. Barry (III.) Record. . y, X r mw'j Pm -- . A&Wk ,4m .A W ' ipjii iWJMmn&rtvt$mv L1ifTJiivi'v Ay A.X4J Wf ffikdr xk 7Mi-- - mmmfSb w.j tit. . 4v. w Jmm 7&n Y9frr. SfS-- & ffl tExa-- Mmam& s$& lIBQi l fl. fly jg M, Ml m hhi jm E m. becomo strained, you can't get rid of without help. Tho groat penetratWashington, Juno 26 Attacks on ing power ot Ilnllard's Snow Llnlmont Secretary Daniels mid Assistant Sec will appeal to you most ntrongly at retnry Hoosovclt nro mndo by Hear such times, becauso It Is tho very Admiral Denton C. Decker, command- thing you need. Prlco 2Cc, 50c and ant of tho Sovonth Naval District, $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counm Florida, In letters to Chnlrman Hnlo. ty Drug Company. m Sennto Naval Investigating Commlt-te- o which wero published today In tho HARDING'S SISTER, WASHINGTON "COP." Army and Navy Register, a sorvlco It , , Journal. Tho offlcor charges that tho Naval Secretary In his recent testimony tho committee "Intcntlonnlly and deliberately" misrepresented certain acts of Rear Admiral Sims, Fullom ...... Via n nnil I I ,,, li tintl A n4 Am ! tii . .nn.u ...... n .. u..u ult. ....wc.il to "break" these officers becauso Ihnv wnn1r1 nni f nllrtur titm in tlm limit of demoralizing and degrading tho navy." Admiral Decker assorts that In this effort, Mr. Daniels bad used "all tho powor of his lilgh offico, tho poorer of ridicule, sarcasm nnd half truths, tho strength of publicity obtained through his newspaper connections all tho weapons which prusslanlsm used to destroy its enemies and autocracy has used through tho ages to maintain Its power.". Hays Pawns Rewarded. Tho Admiral declared that to Jiim, oa to other high officers of tho navy, "it has como that If wo would bow down and do tho wishes of Mr. Dan-lo- ls wo would rccelvo the rewards thorofor Intimations that como by circuitous routes and underhanded, sneaking ways, so that no ono can take hold of them." In any reorganization of the-- navy, tho amendment continued, tho best interests of tho country demanded that thero should bo placed In tho department an offlcor "big enough nnd broad enough nnd of sufficient ability to malntin tho standards of tho navy against .encroachments of tho civilian secretaries, who soek to make of tho navy political organization." Admiral Decker assailed Mr. Roosevelt for his references In n recent communication to a member of Congroup gress to a "holller-thnn-thou- " of officers nt tho Navy War College ot Newport. Ho doclarc4 that this .... nrnun nt nfflrnrR who had BtOOd .nf npnlnRt tho Introduction of poli tics Into tho Navy and tp whom tho Assistant Secretary had scornfully regentlenton" ferred as "cold-lace- d .t.A .n "amitrfit tn Inprntlntfl hlm- Jolt with tho working men." Ho add ed that Mr. Roosevelt did not scorn these officers when ho mot them In "rich clubs in New York and Wash bc-fo- ro 1 t W Washington, Juno 26. In tho headquarters of tho Women's Bureau ot tho metropolitan pollco is a woman who may Bomo dny grace tho brilliant soalal functions of the Whito House. Surrounded by a squad of pretty girls who do "copettes," pollco duty In connection with tho bureau, Is a very distinguished wonlco-lookl- man. She is Mrs. Carolyn Votaw, ono of tho lady cops. She is likewise sister of Sonator Warren G. Harding, Republican nominee for Sho porforms her duty as chief old to tho head ot tho buroau, which Is to look after wayward girls. And sho says that sho is going to bold her " job. President's sister or not. Sho is tho sort of woman who does what sho says. Sho was a missionary In India beforo joining tho bureau, which sho did as soon as It was organized. Many of the ideas in voguo In tho bureau originated with her. Senator Harding Is said to share his sister's prldo in h'er work, and to have offored mnny times to furnish hta any amount ot money to carry It President. ,' the air. Men are buying where the value is. The Firestone thrifty 3J is field today. leading the small-tir- e Because it is built on real thrift methods from start to finish. Firestone experts on the spot in the raw material' markets of the world are able to get first choice of quality at quantity purchase is in , - hjis EXTRAVAGANCE Thrift gone - 2&''S t .rgSte-.-t- j I 1 1 1 1 prices. Firestone men have worked out the way to produce this tire by concentrated methods no waste .material, no waste motion, no waste space. 'Aiul Firesone output, through thousands of dealers, permits, selling 'at a close margin. The user gets the bciiefit ' ' Try this Firestone thrifty 3V?.o , 'volume 303& 'I pl $2239 Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.SO (non skid) pnj& 't&Sjfcotaw is equally proud ot her brothel and tolls of tho days when, y mwm!i ill' I Ml ns a bpyvjho BpJIt rails out in Bloom lng Grbvo,' Ohio, and of his school days. On hearing of his nomination she said: "I wasn't one speck surprised. I think my brother Is tho best man in tho world." ' 1 In every homo where thero is a baby there should also bo a bottle of McGeo's Baby Elixir. It may bo needed nt any timo to correct soiir stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or Injurious drug of any kind. Prlco Sold by 25c and 50c por.bottlo. m Ohio County Drug Co. WATER POWER OF II. C. CHEATER THAN NIAGARA tm Vancouver, B. C, Juno 2G. The potential water power ot British Columbia, exports declare, Is equal to TURKISH WOMEN ington." that ot five Niagaras. Pouring down Docker Removed As Attache. from tho mountains comes enough DISCUSS VEILS Both Sccrotnry Daniels and Assist- wator to develop 3,000,000 horseant Secrotary Roosevelt nro at San power. Niagara Falls, when all the Francisco to attend tho Democratic wator that is nvallablo on the CanaNational Convention. Senator Halo dian side has been harnessed will d Custom Goes la In Now York nnd. at his offico It only 650,000 horsopowcr. With Educational Adwas said that thoro was no record of Only 123,000 electric horsepower Admiral Decker's letters, which wore Is now doveloped by tho plants supvancement. dated Juno 17. Atnches of tho of- plying Vancouver, New Westminister fico recalled that Senator Halo receiv- and tho towns In tho vicinity. This ed a letter from Admiral Decker early powor turns tho wheels ot mills and Constantinople, May 25. Turkish in tho Senato Investigation of tho factories, propels the street cars of award of naval decorations. provides lights for women are no longer the shy veiled theso cities, and At this Investigation It was devel- tho streets and homes. If tho entlro "Creatures who passed their time In tho seclusion of tho harem and were oped that Admiral Deckor had been wonlth of British Columbia In romoved as naval attache at Madrid wero harnessed it would be nover.seen by foreign men. They still following representations to tho Stnto sufficient to provido powor, light and cling to tho veil. But tho streets In and other larger Dopartmcnt by Ambassador Willard heat for forty cities tho size of Van- Constantinople that tho Admiral In his work 'thoro couver and New Brunswick combin- Turkish cities are filled with women was encroaching on diplomatic func ed. With this cheap power avail- who have their veil. They are highly Turkish tions. able, economists predict that somo ornamental and becoming. day tho province will becomo ono of women don't want to abandon thorn Summer Coinplnlnt In Children tho greatest manufacturing centers of In favor of hats. But thero are many Thoro is not anything like so many Canftdal sorts of veils and tho smart, black silk veils which somo of tho women deaths from this disease now as bo- mm wear nro very fetching whon draped foro Chamberlain's Colic and Dlar- AWAITS rnoea uonieuy camu uuu nuvu bidi-Wi- rt ARRIVAL OF OWN CORPSE artistically over their hair. uso. When this remedy is given In tho railway and. street cars there WUll castor on u uniicicu uuu j.iuj.-c- r St. Louis, Juno 26. After his fa- aro spoclal seats for women, but the caro Is taken os to filet, it is safo ther has repoatodly resisted attempts flimsy curtains which aro supposed out ot of tho govorilment to forco tho In to screen thqin from the gaze of to say that fully nlncty-nlnevery hundred cases recover. Mr. W. surance money on him, Herman II. men aro usually drawn back and it is O. Campboll, ot Butlor, Tonn., says, Phillips, of Brdan, III., formerly of not uncommon to seo men standing "I have used Chamborlaln's Colic nnd Company B, 166th Infantry, Rain In tho compartments for women. Onfa Diarrhoea Romedy for summor com- bow Division, is now In tho position of ly very old men, however, aro rash fy, plaint In children. It Is far ahead ot awaiting tho arrival of his, own bo- enough to sit down In tho fiamo seat with a Turkish woman. Turkish woanything I havo over used for this dy. 'm purposo." Tho body Is coming In a govern men seldom go to a theater where ment coffin direct from tho cemetery thero aro men. Special matinees and evening prformances aro arranged and Phillips-i- s UNITING TOWN AND COUNTRY at Chateau-Thierrwondering what he will do with It. for women only. Tho war has done much to break Years ago there used to bo con- Phillips recently made a trip to Wash i siderable antagonism between busl- - ington, but was unable to convince down the barrior between Turkish ''laesflcontors, and farmers and other tho officials he is not dead. Tho men and women. Tho women wore people living in tho outlying country. records show be is dead and tho de- needed so badly as nurses and relief workers that the govornmont had to Tho farming oloments klcktd If they partment stands on the records. mmavail itself ot their services. And had to pay tnxos for Improvements n PLAYED NO FAVORITES. now It Is regarded as quItQpropa for contors. And tho buslnoss men tho men and women to bo associated in of tho centers were slow to gtvo the "I'm bothered with rats," said all sorts ot charitable and educationfarmers their sbaro of public funds, responsibility to Mrs. Casey, owner of tho hoarding al works. Consequently many women and felt too llttlo help finance thorn thru thoir business houso, as sho talked over tho back who wero formorly forced to confence with hor neighbor. tent themselves with seclusion In a operations. "Did yoz buy any ot thlm rat bis- homo where fancy work and French 11113 buiui nun bicuwj suggested Mrs. Kel novels wora the only diversions aro I day. Tho relations tjint should exist cuits for thlm?" devoting their timo to hospitals, ortho people of a uusinoss cen-t- ly. botweon "Now, Mrs. Kelly, what kind uv a phanage's nnd otbqr philanthropic, Inliving in tho outlying and thoso you think I'm runnln'? stitutions. districts might bo stated as follows: houso do Women who have beon educated nrosnorlty of this center depends Suro It tho bastes can't oat what tho Tim abroad or in tho foreign schools. In wbsolutoly on tho prosperity of thoj rest of us do, they kin go hungry." pro-duco Time-Honore- water-pow- or o . y, , i v..-..- w- or other one of the vessels, sank at' NorDANIELS USES WARSHIP ON CONVENTION JAUNT folk and divers found her seacocks open and damaged'. The Callao waj San Frarsclsco, Juno 26. Secre- rendered unsoaworthy through tam'- tary Daniels arrived today aboard pering with her machinery. Correthe battleship. New Mexico, flagship spondence was intercepted at Rio do ' of tho Pacific fleet, where he will Janeiro showing an organized plot retain quarters during the "conven- to destroy or cripple U. S. ships. One man, a Bohemian fireman, was caught tion. trying to tiro a cargo of He called on Chairman Gumming: of tho National Committee and a cotton in the American steamer Mos-hlc- o. His explanation was that ho headquarters ot the North Carolina delegation, and his only public state- "wanted to start something." - mm- tivity unattractive to younger Turk ment was a plea for affirmative departy platform and KIDNArPELVHABX ish women. clarations In the BELIEVED FOUND mm- djk men to head the lr.knt. vas acccmouulo.J Mr. Danish WORLD'S DEBT NOW Norristbwn, Penn., June 25. A IS $205,000,000,000 U.c South by George Creel, head of baby who is believed to bo Blakely the Committee on Public. Informa Coughlin, old, who was Now York, Juno 26. Statistics tion during tho war. kidnapped from Its home In Norrls-tow- n, prepared by O. P. Austin, the Nationhas been located In Scrt'titon, al City Bank's statistician, and anPenn., by the police This afternoon nounced today, show that debts of FOR FLETCHER'S George II. Coughlin, father of tho the world now aggregate $265,000,-000,00- 0 child, and MaJ. C. Townley LazoJero. compared with $44,000,000,-00- 0 a friend, motored to Scranton to try at tho beginning of tho Worl(1 to Identify tho child. WHAT HE GOT Wart Barber Haircut, sir? Interest charges amount to $9,000,-000,0Customer No, not a haircut, only a yoar compared with a mouthful of lather, fifteen minyear, and utes In the pre-wof onion breath, and the tip of the per capita debt for tho aggre- my ear cut off. gate debt in all countries where the mm figures are available1 is equal to about SECOND COMING SOON, $150 a person, as compared with $27 13 MINISTER'S PREDICTION per capita In 1913. charges whon Annual interest Chicago. Juno 26. "Everything worked down to tho individual would looks n. tho between 13:, and 10;'.4 bo about $6, as against $1 In the thera v(.H be somo remarkable Maniyear before tho war began. ' festation li' tho Ghrlrtii'i world Wp mm predict the coming of Christ. His HUSBAND CONVICTED OF ' You can't help need is shown in the increase ot maMURDER; AVIFE ACQUITTED terialism In tho world in tho rapid taking a greater approach ot chaos." pride in youc ,. Tallahassee, Fla., June 25. AThus spoke A. M. Johnson, Chicago home when it's spick and span lthough a Jury found Bernlco E. Lar-mo- n, chairman of arrangements for tho in a brand-necoat of Bowling Greon, Ky youth, "Second World Conference on Chrisguilty of second degree murder, It tian Fundamentals," which Is In progacquitted his brldo of 16, Margaret ress in the Moody Church Tabernacle. c WHITE-LEAD- Larmon, after hearing evidence in m the case against them, charged with PLOT TO SINK SHIPS. anJ pure linseed oil. killing Ralph Rushing, a taxacab This paint costs less, figured by chauffeur. The Larmons admitted Tbo stato department and tho shipthe gallon, square yard, or years of practically everything tho Statu ping board are investigating numerservice. As it is mixed to order, yoift charged, but claimed the killing was ous attempts made within tho- last can have the exact color you want. an accident. Larmon will appeal. e few months to sink ships which wore ma- - " Wo use only m taken from dormany. Either Gorman terials and our prices are tight.' Cimmbci-lalu'Colic and Diarrhoea interests or radicals aro thought to jSlay tie Kstuuate on your work? ' Reniody Tho British are fol. bo responsible. Snv9 tk n.r nj yvu g aw afc ' ( tax (A ilft(K uttlfUad U. v .This medicine always wins the good lowing similar clews. A number of opinion if not tho pralso ot thoso who bombs timed to explode at sea wore J.,C. CASEBIEl uso It. Try It when you havo need tpund on tho George Washington Just m beJforo departure. Tho Moqc&sln', an of such a remedy. Hartford, Ivy. :4 . Turkey are the leaders In this movement for, greater freedom for their sex. Their broad experience in war work has interested many women in politics and they have openly played a great part in the nationalist movement. In tho Constantinople American Woman's College the Turkish girls tako great Interest in basketball and other athletic games and the effect upon women who have come under foreign Influence is making the old life ot seclusion and inacred-hand1 Children Cry CASTORI A 00 ar : Greater Pride in YourHome w DUTCH BOY - high-grad- s . t Just why some will persist in wasting their tlmo In writing letters for publication and then fall to Indicate In any sort of manner as to who, tho auPnbllslird Weekly by COMPANY thor is, Is something wo can't unHARTFORD PRINTING derstand. Names of contributors Incorporated aro nover run, except whore special request is made to that effect, hence IV. S. TINSIilfV, Editor tho author of a news letter need have mid Business Manager. j no fear of appearing In print. It Is According to law nt tho duo the editor or manager or a paper Entered Fostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as man to know who his rcportor or cormatter df tho second class. respondent is, In fact lie. must know. The Hartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) There arc a lot of diamonds scattered about tho country thnt tho tax commissioner nover undermlnds. In our return of tnxablo property as hundred dollars worth of clothes. Wo haven't bought n rag slnco that date, yet DIllls Ward will likely want us to more-- r h -' IT ll, II' It.-- to ing to the editor to look ovor a good year. nows letter and find it unsigned, than It Is to tho writer to scan tho paper I. D. Clnlro seems to have curled and find it unpublished. Pleaso up and died after ho wroto thnt NOTICE xo sunscitinciis Subscribers desiring tho paper sent write when having Items of interest, Hobrew Junk Dealer squib and con vm Mu. .vjms?jmk7 wnR?w&ffiiv3r TKMriHWMwirBMuHwa to a new address must give tho old but don't do so unless you wish to nccted it with Albert Cox. We nt .K&WB88Mfit?$' & 5fi&T'4 mm mmifmsKaBmmnm In making tho request. address divulge the authorship. least expected Clair would have someBusiness Locals and Notices 10c thing to say In reply to the squib of per lino, and 8c per lino for ench adCox's a few weeks back. insertion. ditional AGKICUIrUHAIj STUDENT Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards REPORTS ON PROJECT of Thanks, lo per word, nnd Gc for . Clato Bozarth lows as how It don't each head lino and slgnautre, money do a durn bit of good to lay off using advnnco. in On December Sth, 1919, I began Church Notices for services free, my project (feeding for egg produc anything with a view of bringing prices down, 'cause just a lew fellows lc per tion) with 100 pure-bre- d but other advertisements, birds, most bought whiskey word. these days and the will ly white wyandottcy. Anonymous communications highness of tho price was never receive no attention. The poultry house was In good conknown before And we've done secdition with a large scratch shed, onded the motion. TELEPHONES which had windows on the south) side. The only repairs necessary C9 Farmers Mutual Moot Felix says Kaiser, tho pop123 wore two windows for tho last end Cumberland corn magnet, is so blamed tight with shed. The walls were tight and his gasollno that he shoves his out-t- it the ventilation good. JULY 2 FRIDAY into the hottest spot in town, and Twice each day corn and wheat thoro sits in the blazing sun In order were fed In litter, which was about to run the temperature up to about 7 deep. The REPUBLICAN TICKET. fedorifl8 ainches trough in mash was 110, stealing the Lord's sunshine, as scratch-shelong the 'twere, in order to savo a few fllthv It was composed of wheat pennies, filched from Innocent chilscraps and the bran, shorts and feeb dren. birds had access to it at all times. During the mild days of winter the Albert Rial says he had prepared fowls had access to a small rye patch a letter of introduction for Leo and a clover field. to William Jennings Bryan, The project lasted 4 months, be- but in Lee's excitement over the wet ginning Dec. 8th, 1919 and ending and dry plank he had planed out for April 25th, 1920. It ended in the Democratic platform, he, Leo very flush of the egg season because the overlooked tho Introductory and" that It became necessary to dispose of there can be no doubt that Sim has most of the flock to give safer quar been put to much inconvenience in ters for the three or four hundred San Francisco by the oversight. little chicks that had recently hatched out. Charlie King, n former devil, pressReceipts were as follows: man and linotype operator in this 't yi iFor, President Dec. 34 6 dozen $21.07 shop, but for some time a linotype 7' WARREN G. HARDING. . 61.21 operator on tho Courier, of Evans- dozen Jan. 115 x, For Vico President . . . . . 60.00 vllle. Ind.. Feb. 143 G chucked un His job and CALVIN COOLIDGE. . . . . 57.56 scooted out of ., March 146 the Hoosfor burg just ' FIRST T v Tho Chautauqua Director. THIRD DAY. April 139-1-- 2 49.86 about the time they commenced to ftcrnoon Concert The Peabody Concert Trio. Afternoon Total 579 3 $249.70 put the Chief bf pllce and 75 or 100 ANNOUNCEMENT Concert The' Manhattan Quartette. in a Program of Stories for Young Marvin Dramatic nnd Musical ComThe highest price was 63c received other prominent citizens of that place ...-..nnnnfit., Vnr,nt"nr and old Miss Rosa Kohler. pany. In December. ' The lowest was 33c In the penitentiary for being members Thnmn. n nii0,,ii Tho Opening of tho Junior Citizen- Lecture "Community Leadership" Wo are authorized to announce the received In April. i of an alleged booze ring. We are viriiT ship Campaign. Mr. Harry Hibschman. candidacy of Richard P. Ernst, of Expenses were as follows: not averlng that there was any par- - Lecture The Government of tho Organization of "Young American" Covington, for U. S. Senator, from Feed NIGHT T96.82 ticulnr connections with the two In- v s. Dr. Thomas C. Blaisdell. Club Miss Rosa1 Kohler. Loctur! "A Tower of Babel, or Kentucky, subject to the actiori of Two Windows 70 cldents, only refer to them as being Concert-TManhattan Quartette. he NIGHT party. United America" Mr. Harry , the Republican . The total expense was considered mightily coincident. SECOND DAY Lecture "Tho Making of an Ameriv Hibschman. I as the windows were still on $96.82 i . Afternoon can" The Chautauqua Director. Tho Marvin Dramatic and Musical We are authorized to announce hands and good as new when tho proRoy Foreman's wKi mado out a Lecture "A Canary in a Coal Mine" Concert Tho Peabody Concert. Company. Marshall Duncan, of Springfield, as ject ended. little lift of things slid wanted, anl a candidate for tho Republican nomiThe gain is therefore $lfiJ 88 This gave Roy nbout three doliar3 with H! nation for Congress In this district. is a gain uf $1.53 per bird for ;he en- which tc r nclme them on. his start , could have easily scored. Report, of tho condition of Tho PLAY BALL! SEASON Primary Election, August 7, 1920. I . tire line oi a gain of $1.10 on the en- iu iuwu me uiuer uuy. lxuy vuut T..t .... ureaK - oi ... - ueen spin J,au lno hick Urt.lNt.lJ U I VIUIUKY i,v.fifv f.IJ nm ,....i.i i... to Carden's midget mill and after tire flock per day. Rockport Deposit Bank J J Ua,0 MUUIll uuvu We are authorized to announce the On the farm was another poultiy buying some stuff from Charlie, or bcon different, although the home Doing business at tho town of Rock-po- rt, candidacy of W. P. Hays, of Nelson house containing the same number that fellow Stone, or Leslie, or may- Piayeu a jam-u- p good game, in a much belated start, the base-ileaCounty of Ohio, Stato of .County, for Congress from the Fourth of pure bred birds of the following ho 'nil thrift holnprl In thn rlpnl. Iia Kentucky, at tho close of Congressional District, subject to the breeds: Barred Rocks, White Leg ,,,. i.a Dal1 season was sPnG here Sunday Ten hits were registered by each team , .. ,i Mn.,D,i uuu viuiiiivu vuuv w 4ii4rf u two with ono error charged to Centr-tow- n business on 19th day ot action of the Republican party. horns, and White Wyandottes. These had lost not only the list but the with what is popularly considered a and two to Hartford, by the June, 1920. The scorer. were given tho s'ame feed and at three beans as well, and If 'twas me bad omen, a good bocjnnlng. "We are authorized to announce tention that flock No. 1 was given conslderin where he'd been, and all, Hartford team captured the initial Williams did some mighty hard the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., but they did not lay any eggs to I wouldn't complain at losin no game oy tne score or u to o, which hitting for the locals and Glenn Resources. of Breckenridgo County, for Congress amount to anything until about the moren $3.00. Missus Foreman can pleased the majority of some 150 Loans and Discounts ....$55,112.11 caught an A- -l game. Congressional Dis- middle of March. This was due to count from tho Fourth herself lucky in that she didn't fans who had not witnessed a game Overdrafts, secured and trict, subject to the action of the Re- the difference in the houses. House give Roy more money. in the home region since away back BOX SCORE unsecured 2,867.02- publican party. "befoe de wah" 1916 marking the 41 No. 2, though floored and the cracks Centertown AB R H PO A E Stocks, .Bonds nnd other stripped fairly well, was not tight WILL GIVE BETTER Everly, s. s. . . 4 0 3 0 2 0 Securities 8,050.00 enough for egg production ln the Allen, 2nd . . . ! 5 0 2 0 1 0 Due from Banks 5,221.46 Wlhson method seems to The latest TRANSFER SERVICE i Centertown furnished tho opposi- - H. Bishop, rf . . 3 0 0 0 0 1 Cash on hand House No. 1 was 8,119.17 he, if you can't kill off opposition winter months. tlon for the opening "affair, and the much tighter and it had windows on Heflln, 3rd. 3 0 0 Houso 0 Furni2 0 Banking smother the opponent. On and after July 1, 1 will be able visiting team ployed a better game the east and south sides of the shed. 4 ture and Fixtures . . . 4,500.00- 0 1 Ball, If 000 This let in the sun and made the to give you 100 per cent better trans- - than the score would indicate, not-f- S. Bishop, c .. 3 0 0 15 0 0 Other, Assets not includWe don't understaind just why house much warmer and spring-lik- e service between Hartford and j withstanding the fact that they ed under any ot nbove Brown, cf , . . . . 4 0 1 1 0 0 Wllsonfailed to have Senators Robln- - during the winter. Dam, for the following rea- - ed to tally. Hartford mado two Carlisle, heads expense and tax 1st... 4 0 2 7 0 0 ' ton, Glass and his cabinet hold the scores In tho second stanza, ono of , sons: WILDA CHINN. paid Rencer, p . . . . 2 0 1 1 2 0 1,224.04 convention in Washington and therev I will operate nothing but clean, which, and rosslbly both was due to by save the expense to so many Dem What this young lady did any one easy riding cars. a bad bound of the ball which was Total 32 0 10 24 7 1 Total $85,093.80 t ocrats of crossing the continent to can do. You can make your poultry field, making It You will not be compelled to wait batted into AB R II PO A E Hartford LlnblllUcs. boo them do that very thing on the the most profitable department of while the mall Is being loaded. rather hard to recover, and then on Glenn c 1 3 0 10 3 0 Capital your farm business. Only three . Stock paid in, in Pacific Coast. You will not bo compell :d to ride the throw-I- n it went through the dia-l- n Williams. 3rd.. 4 2 3 0 things aro necessary. First cull tho cash $15,000,00" raonil and Into territory beyond, when a mall truck with the dirty mail Keown, cf . . . . 4 1 1 1 0 0 Surplus We want to look the Democrat In birds and select only those that will bags. 5,134.56 Fund both the batter and runner on second 3 0 3 Rlckard 2nd. p. 0 tho eye who has nervo enough left to lay if given the proper environment Undivided Profits, less ex I will be able to xtart promptly on ! registered at the homo port. .The Leach rf. , . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 penses and taxes paid 2,377.31 talk about the Chicago Republican Second, tighten up your hen house time, as I will have no mall for other four scores woro made by get- 4 1 1 0 1 0 Deposits Convention, or any other convention and put in windows on tho south whlch to wait, I ting to the Centertown subject to check. . . .2. . .. pitcher with Welch rf. 2nd . Tinsloy ss . . . . 3 0 1 1 2 1 Deposits subject over held thero, or elsewhere, blng side. The house should be air and ?f I appreciate your patronage while a mess ot bunched hits In tho 8th Duke lb 0 4 0 11 0 1 to boss Tidden. It there be one such, and water-proabove and on threo sides. I was handicapped by the mail con- - frame. chock $41,618.81 4 Murphrco p. rf. 0 3 0 we had him caged, we would be as- Tho floor should bo dry at all times. tract, and assure you that It is with Time Dopos- Murphree, tho Hartford twlrlor, 4 0 Taylor If 1 Its sured of a good income by publically Third, feed properly. was in between the Devil and tho $14,876.22 pleasure that I announce a better exhibiting hin1. Cashiers checks Her teacher in Agriculture, J. F service for you. deep blue sea threo times or moro, In 33 6 10 27 15 fa Total Bruner, will bo glad to assist anyone outstanding ....$1,086.90 57,581.93 stead of cement, the bags wore loaded Respectfully, ' . Score by innings: Tho spectacle of a United State3 interested in tho work. Ho Is at Notes and bills redls- to save with Centortowners, but J. E. CURTIS. RH E A Senator being twice elected by his your service. Call on htm. 5.000.0& them, they could not produce the counted -- 10 1 district as a representative In his parcoveted hit to bring In a run. At ! lvtrkTip Tf x 6 10 3 02 04 ty's chlfest convention, and then beTotal . ono stage of tho game they had threo $85,093. 80' NOTICEJ ing thrown out, lock, stock and barSummary: Two base hits, TayOn July 1st. I will start a transfer on and no outs, but no hit In sight rel, simply because ho differed with Homo Stato of Kentucky,) Notice Is hereby given that the un- servlco between Hartford and Bea- - anywhere Ono good chanco was lor, Welch, Alton, Kcown. head of the party dersigned will on tho )Sct. the first Tuesday vor Dam. Will meet all trains. Loavo lost when a ball was batted to deep run, Williams. Struck out by Murupon a single issue is something wo 4 County of Ohio ) in September, 1920 make application Hartford at A. M.; 9:40 A. M.; 1:30 center, but the runner on third was phrco 8, by Rlckard 2, by Rencer 15. had .hot hoard of until Wilson's to tho State Board of Control at P. M. and 7 P. M. Everything npw scratching for the homo pan when Base on balls, off Murphree 4, RlckWe, A. D. Park and C. H. Fraimr Cabinet porformed in 'Frisco. I cordially invite Koown caught tho ball and the run-yo- ard 1, Rencer 2. Hit by pltchor President and Cashier of the abovo and Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, patronage and will make every ner did not have tlmo to negotiate Glenn by Rencer. Stolen basos named Bank, do solemnly swear that ask that he bo released from average Editor of a country and will The tho above statement is truo to tlw the distance throe times between the Rlckard 2 Tinsley t, Umpires effort to givo you real service. peninewspaper 1s always glad to receive his confinement at the state and Bishop. best of our knowledge and belief. crack of tho bat, tho catch and tho R. L. DEVER, tentiary, at Eddyville. Kood, live correspondence from points Homo Phone. A. D, Park, President,. 52t2 throv in Had be hold third he This June4, 1920, ovor the County. Wo especially ap- 50tl0p C. II. FRAIM, Cashier. ERNEST L1TSEY. WILL- A CREAM SEPARATOR PAY? preciate the letters, but it is a mat-tSubscribed and sworn to bofore mo of general knowledge, or should this 26th day of June, 1920. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE noIf you aro In doubt, bring a samplp be considering that numerous My commission expires April 22r Ball-Satur- day, ot your whole milk, a camplo ot your 1922. tices appear to tho effect that no comAll parties having claims against milk, and a sample of munication is published except it Is L. T. Rold, Notary Public. buttermilk and wo will show you Just Blgned by the author. There are the estate of II. C. Crowe, deceased, . Correct Attest: what you are losing by not having a many good reasons for this invaria- will present same to me, at ray resi, on or Separator, and It won't cost you a, NOTICE VETERANS! ble rule, any ono of which is suffi- dence, noar FordEvlllo, Ky ponny either. cient to 'cause nn editor to reject the before August 15, 1920, or they will Spanish-America- n WILLIAMS &DUKE, unsigned articles. Wo carry a no- be forever barred. War Veterans Agents for tho Sharpies Suction who are interested In, and entitled to MRS. IDA KELLEY, tho'fint column of page four tice' in Fqed Cream Separator. Administratrix. pensions should see It. It. WEDDINGi to this effect 52 times in tho year. Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. -- It is perhaps much moro disappoint- list for $125, or ninyba this TttiBts swrv ::.rr.X4 ( of d. Sim-merm- an fxj 12 - v&aEm& 5-- 12 1-- -- m -- It ,, m j Z7 J ... ' er fail-Beav- er .... I 13 12 ' of 12 .... 110 Tur ditdi 00000000 00 00004 ... ed ur Ful-kers- on oi Base July 3 hand-akimm- McHenry vs. Hartford THIS WILL BE A REAL SCRAP. Admission 25 Cents. s i&UC. If you need n doublo shovel or shovel Cultivator go to ACTON BR03 B- Is Miss Sallyo Llndlcy, or Matnnzas, Visiting friends heir. m M Men's Wear! Certainly! Mrs. Gilbort Fuqtin, of Lbulsvlllo" - Mr. Jdn Nanco, Is visiting Rov. and Mrs. It. E. Fuqua. spent tho week-en- d of Owensboro, hero, with his family. Wo havo all sizes of screen doors nnd window screens, cheap. Wrlto Fordsvlllo Planing Mill Company for prico on Cano Mills, Pans WILLIAMS & DUKE. and Furnaces complete. Cnpt. J. O. Koown, of Evansvlllo, Threo unsigned communications Ind., was In town Tuesdny and Wedfor publication, were received this nesday of this week. week) and according to newspaper Mossrs. E. 0. Flnley and James rule, and rightly so, wo could not Hatlcr, of Balzotown, wore In Hart- publish either of them. ford Monday, on business. Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua and daughter, Miss Dana, of Hartford, TOR SALKUecd Ford touring and Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua, of Loulsvlllo, TAYLOR & MORRIS, Car. Hartford, Ky. wore guests Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Muffett, of Magan. Lumb er Flooring, Ceiling, Laths, Rubber Roofing, Shingles, Window and Door Frames, Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Farm Implements Cultivators, Stag Sulkey Plows, Wagons., Harrows, Mowing Machines. ' x . ,Mr. Miles Crowder, of Horse Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Ovcrhults, of Branch, was in town Tuesday, attendmeet- Cedar Edge, will leave for their ing the Baptist Missldn Boartl homo Monday, after having spent ing. several weeks here and in the County with friends and relatives Ooebcl Wilson, of Camp Knox, spent several days Hero with his parMr. nnd Mrs. John P. Taylor and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson, relittle daughter returned Wednesday, cently. from Lexington, where they had been Fred Robertson 'went to Dawson visiting Mr. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Springs the first of this week, pros- Woolfork Barrow and Dr. Barrow. pecting for a location In the barber business. Mesdnmes Jeff Wilson, of Pontlac, James Prltchard and children, James Bennett and Mary VirThere Is ho better tlmo than right now to buy that De Laval Creanj Sep- ginia, of Louisville, will arrive here arator. Over 2,500,000 in daily use. today, to visit Rev. and Mrs. R. D. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Bennett. Miss., and Lalley Light Plants, Fairbanks-Mors- e Type "Z" Engines, 1 V2 h. p., 3h. p., 6h. p. and 10 h. p. Portable Engines, Water Systems, Furnaces, Hardware, Edison Phonographs, Edison Records. I Write us for prices. We furnish nromnfservice. Misses Paulino and Ewcll Williams aro expected to arrive homo next Wednesday, from a visit of several days with Mrs. Sherman SIgler and daughter, Miss Vivian Taylor, of Doo-littMills, Ind. Mrs. L. L. Nowcomb, of Route 5, and Mrs. Bessie Ronfrow, of this Judge Mack Cook and Squire J. L. place, spent last week-en- d with relaPatton spent yesterday in the Arnold tives In Owensboro. country on business of importance. Mr. and Mrs. Will Acton, of Owens- Thoy left hero with a shotgun, and busi-leboro, will arrive hero tomorrow,, to strict Inquiry revealed that the Same goods for less money our motto. We are attended to was squirrel hunting. visit Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bills and expecting you for your July 4th outfit. Thanks. family, a few days. Call-again- . Mr. Oscar Bennett, who was reMcDowell and children, cently Injured by a thrown ball, later Mrs. John artery in of Louisville, are making an extend- developed the fact that an Mr. and Mrs. Riley Mc- ono of his ankles was severed. While ed visit with ho has suffered quite a bit of pain, Dowell, of this place. he is recovering and will be out in a Mrs. J. E. Park and little grand- few days. daughter, Margaret Jean, aro upendSaturday July 3rd, Is tho day preing a few days hero, with Mr. and ceding Independence day, one of our Baird and fami J. Mrs. J. A. most cherished holidays. Celebrate one- Blackburn, an aged lady Saturday by attending tho special Mrs. Ellen day fair at tho Ohio County Fair of McIIenry, died Wednesday. Burial Grounds. Wo pay cash eyory day for eggs nnd of the remains took place at Render, DR. L. B. BEAN, Manager. The Hartford Republican poultry. yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. Arthur Petty, nfter visiting relatives here for several days, returned to her homo in Henderson, last week end. lo We have exactly what you want for these sweal-term- g hot days. When you think of good Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear, Ties, Oxfords, Palm Beach Suits, cool breezy Trousers, .Panama Hats, Belts, Soft Collars, Sox Suspenders, Arm Bands, etc., think of us. Make a bee line to our store and your wants will be supplied. Fordsville PlaningMill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY . . , . , Big Stock, Good Service ss IkiiiGa July a , weok-en- d d, FRIDAY PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS If you aro below par in health I ofTlf " "" Mr. W. S. Gains, of Fordsvllle, was I "" '" otifl "Te fYifiilln 1Mntb, wfon fer you tho opportunity for a means been residing in EvansvIIle, Ind. have in Hartford Monday, on business. solving your health problem that for some time, are visiting Mr. King's of hunparents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. King. has availed With satisfaction to men, Mr. and Mrs. ti. C. Acton spent last dreds of thousands of ailing """ women and children the country over. That Sterling Oil Stove, it's the Days at Horse Branch, Ky., Monshort burner where you get tho heat day, Wednesday, Friday and SunA big, dance is planned for at tho Mr. W. M. Heflln, of Owensboro, and it don't smoke nor neither does pera houso tonight. on business. was here last week-enday. 51tf it leak. DR. J. S. BEAN, WILLIAMS & DUKE. BICYCLES .plenty of them. Chiropractor Havo you seen that John Deer W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Tractor at J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS? Misses Artie May Ethella, Goettel MARRIAGE LICENSES. with relatives in Narrows. Another car load of SAMSON TRACTORS have just arrived and are now on sale. Our last car load went like hot cakes, and all are doing fine work and giving perfect satisfaction. Do not wait an hour if you want a tractor out of this lot. This is the home of the SAMSON for this section, and you can get repairs and parts here at all times. - ACTON BROTHERS Hartford, Ky. brothers, J. E of Clear Run. H. A., Mowing Machines nnd Hay Rakes. ACTON BROS. Got your cultivator from ACTON BROS, Hartford, Ky. k- - Mr. E. W. Jackson, of Cromwell, was in town Monday. Paint, Painty All kinds of Paint at WILLIAMS & DUKE. f t t Dr. G. B. Dockery, of Beaver Dam, was in town Wednesday. Rov. II, C. Truman, of Tordsvllle, spent Monday night and Tuesday, In town. Miss Annotta Glllesplo will visit and relatives In Rockport Sunday. ATTEND THE SPECIAL FAIR AT HARTFORD, JULY 3rd, 1920. Quito a numbor of citizens attendg at Shlnklo Chaped the el, Sunday. homo-comin- h p ' ONE-DA- Y Brookfleld Creamery Butter, nono better made. Got it of CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Meetld friends at the Fair Ohio County Orounds, July 3rd. DR, L. B. BEAN, Manngor. ' Croin-wel- l, Miss Martlne Taylor, of near guest of Mrs. E. C. HubIs the bard, this week. Miss Ethel Coppago, of Dundee, is siting her sister, Mrs. Tula Bowly, of Whiting, Ind. Hon. L. L. Embry. of Roslno, of Ohio County, was In town Monday. ' McIIENRY vs HARTFORD tomorrow Ball afternoon nt 3 o'clock,, at the Park of the latter. and Lola Fields, of Louisville, came Mrs. J. C. Riley Is spending the down yesterday, to spend a few days J. Ross Taylor, Hartford, to Ethel week In Owensboro, taking treatment. here, the guests of Air. and Mrs. A. D. Binkley, Hartford. Kirk. Hamilton Mudd, Caneyville, to Er-dlFOK SALE Registered, big type, Knight, Beaver Dam. boar. Poland china Mr. and Mrs. Finis Wallace, 'of J. J. Snodgrass, Beaver Dam, to CLAUD RENFROW, Dundee. Akron, Ohio, made a short visit with Pearl Johnson, McHenry. Mr. Wallace's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Wallace, Hartford, to Carrie Mr. and Mrs. Homer Blansford, of Thomas Wallace, of Route 2, recentjf, Barnard, McHenry. Owensboro, were guests of Mr. and ly. Jos. R. Colo, Evanoville," Ind,, to Mrs. E. Crabtree, Sunday. Dora M. Frantz, Fordsvllle. George Dudley Williams, son of E. W. Jackson, Beaver Dam, to Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Simmons, of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Williams, has Verna Porter, Eden. Owensboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. gone to St. Louis, Mo., where he will Gilbert Hughes, Beaver Dam, to Baird, of this place, recently. make an extended visit vithN rela- Tommy Wilson, Beaver Dam. , t tives. SnmG. Mason, Steff, to Mary E. Cal. P. Koown Is the first to obtain Cecil, Spring Lick. real estate dealer's license in Ohio Mrs. Maggie Griffin is making an Ray Cook, Hartford, to Winnie County, under tho new law. extended visit with her son, Henry Dean Mosley, Hartford. Griffin and family of near Owens' Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Loe nnd daugh- boro, and other relatives in and near NOTICES FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. guests of there. ter, of St. Louis, Mo wero Mr. and Mrs. Steve E11I3, this week. The state of Kentucky Is proposing Wo sell the NEW PERFECTION to build a fitting and appropriate George Delker Buggies in all styles Coal Oil Stove. They aro given up memorial to the soldiers and sailof unexceptional value aro on our to be tho best, We have both tho 3 ors of the great world war, whose floor for your lnspc6tlon. burner and the 4 burner. lives wero lost In behalf of the AmeriACTON BROS. ACTON BROS. can cause. This memorial Is to be erected on Mr. J. P. Thomas, of Louisville, For special bargain In 10 H--P tho campus of the Kentucky State will nrrlvo hero today, for a short Portable Fairbanks Morse Typo 7. University at Lexington, and will 1)of ore the advance cost $300,000,00. visit with his father, Mr. E. P. Thom- OH Engine-bough- t This sum Is to as. by voluntary contriwrlto today. be raised FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL CO. butions from those who care for the Don't forget to attend the Rad-cli- ff soldiers' and appreciate their sacrifice. Chautauqua. July 8, 9, ana 10 Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hicks, of Please send a contribution of $1,00 are the dates, both aftornoon and Muskogee, Okla., arrived here yes- - or $5.00 or $10.00 or whatever night. jtorday, and will spend two weeks amount you desire to contrlbuto to visiting relatives and friends In Ohio Lleutennnt L. S. Igleheart, Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin and County. Kentucky, Chairman of Collections. family visited Mr. Martin's parents, A, D. KIRK, Chairman. mm Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, of CromSoo our lino of Magazines I We DUKEHURST. well, Sunday. are going to carry a lino of Magazines regularly. Let us know your A full line of Red Spot Paint and favorites and we'll get them for you. Mr. R. R. Riloy, of Hartford, was Get your supply now here ono dsy last week-M- r, Varnishes. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Lprklr. Perduo and tami'.v. r.f while tho painting soasou is on. ACTON BROS. Six separate entertainments will Earllngtoj, spent from Friday until bo given by tho Radcllffe Chautauqua Monday vUa Mrs. Olyd 3 Funk, and Rev. 0. D. Stevens has sold his commencing with the afternoon of Mr. Funk, if Clear Run. Mr. Oeorgo Whobro and sister, resldenco property 011 Union Street July 8, and the second that night to Louis Fulkorson, nnd Rev. Stevens two each day. A season ticket may Mrs. Zolpha Burdon, of Rockport, and family wilt leave tomorrow for bo purchased for $2.00, thereby sav- aro visiting relatives and friends hero Loulsvlllo, where they will mnko their ing considerable, on the six hh week I ' Miss Emma Park is Visiting her homo. . and C. T Park, no Why Lose Time and Money By Letting Mrs. J, W. Carter spent Monday in Hartford, the guest of Mrs. J D. Duko and daughter. Mrs. A. J. Howard was in Hartford Saturday, taking treatment from the Magnetic Healor Charley Blsho.i will leave soon, for .Masonvllie. where he goes to secure employment. Mrs. Ernest Bennett and son spent from Friday until Sunday at Rock-por- t, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whobrey. Mr. H. M. Ashby, of Jingo, who has been sick for quito a while, was baptized near his home Monday, by Rov. J. W. Miller. Mr, Jesso Casebler and little daughter spent Sunday at Hartford, with his mother. Mr. Edgar Shown, of Whiie3illo, was here this week, for a Msit with his uncle, Mr. G. R.Iickoy and iam- lly. . mm Your Baby Chicks Die Off? Egg-A-D- ay Hen Tonic given according to directions for five or six weeks, starting when chicks aro five to six days old, will absolutely guarantee you raising 90 per cent of them. Recommended by the most prosperous poultry growers throughout the State as the greatest Egg Producer ever manufactured. ' NOTICE! My carding machine will start . carding July 1st, and continue 'till late fall. Ship wool prepaid to J. S REYNOLDS, Fordsvllle, Ky. Trico We pay for carding lCc per lb. freight ono way on 50 lbs. and ovor. J. S. REYNOLDS, " m m NOTICE TO TEACHERS All teachers who oxpect to teach la tho rural schools of Ohio county, are horeby requested to come to my office on July 3rd, 1920, for the pur-po- so of organizing for tho school work of tho cojnlng school year. Come propared to take your supplies back with you. We will discuss' tho new attendance law, and thti attendant officer will make public his plans for tho enforcement of Please bo present by 10 a, m, same. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. 52t2 For sale at every first class drug, grocery, and feed store throughout the country. 75c a package. ;' Manufactured and sold under an absolute money-bac- k guarantee by L. A. SANDEFUR Beaver Dam, Ky. i . tti Lii ififcSi. Jrfki., Ju4ki ...Jt A. NOBLES IN TATTERS Gaunt Hcfugocs From Ilinlft Only Semblance Of Former Dnjs ltcarli Serblu. Bolgrndc, Sorbla, Juno 3 Nearly half the former Russian Imperial Court have reached Serbia's capital now with the crowds of refugees flowing Into tho country from Salo-nlcwhore they havo been shipped by American Red Cross relief transports. Roughly, 500 of Russia's hlrhcr nobility aro here. Grand dukes and duchesses, princes and princesses, counts, barons and their lamllles. garbed In the solieu ana tattered remnants of their past splen dor, ragged, hungry, destitute and fnrlnrn. rub elboWB with common mortals as they walk the streets of Belgrade, a hapless pageant of mis cry. They aro tho living semblances of tho beggars In tho old nursery" rhyme, "some In rags, somo In tags, and somo In velvet gowns." Cling To Furs. Most of these fallen stars from of Russia's Imperial constellation pomp and grandeur have clung to tho priceless furs they onco wore when they shown In tho brilliant circles of thn Czar's court. It Is a common sight In Belgrade to see a band of Russian nobles, men and women, penniless and hungry. but carrying on their backs furs that would fetch In Now York a small fortune, filing Into some local relief station for a bowl of soup and a chunk of coarse bread to stay their empty stomachs. Their garments of er mine, kolinsky, sable, seal, astrak han and Persian lamb would make oven blase Fifth avenue envious. Yet theso furs are all that remain to them of tholr former riches. Most of them havo not a penny In the pockets of tholr luxurious cloaks and hrfve no Idea from hour to hour where their next meal Is coming from or where they are to lay their heads to rest at a, nightfall. Countess Barefooted. A Russian countess, formerly one of the most toasted belles, of Perto-gra- d, recently appeared at the American Red Cross relief station here, barefobted, with a rag wrapped about her head in lieu of a hat, but attired in a rich ermine cloak originally worth thousands of dollars, now dingy and tattered from hard wear and exposure to tho weather. The day was warm with spring sunshine. CASTOR. A ?or Infants and Children -- In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Out. jtf fe&u RECORD 0,200 ALIENS ARRIVE; SET POST-WA- R ,i," ' New York, June 26 All records for arrival of aliens hero since resumption of immigration following the war were broken today, when prospective Americans flooded the Ellis Island Immigration Station. Commissioner of Immigration Frederick i Wallis .who last month dieted the number of immigrants would amount to 5,000 a day, attributed the increase to' the activity of foreign agents of steamship lines. C,-2trans-Atlantic VALUABLE RIND. Va., Juno 2G. Miss Nyma Seabert, pretty dancer, wants 550,000 damages for a "barked" knee. She has sued the proprietors of a local hotel, charging that she walked into an open elevator and that her kneo injuries interfered with her dancing. Hinton, "W. . mm OYSTERS RAX liELTi AT DINNER, I'ROFESSOR SAYS Atlantic City, Juno 2G Electric bells were rung by oysters when they wore under scientific study by Dr.' Thurlow C. Nelson, assistant profos-Bof zoology at Now Brunsw'ck, N. J, Tho bells were rung by movements of tho water when tho oysters or began to feed and when thoy ceased. Dr. Nelson addressed tho oystor officials attending tho twelfth annual convention of tho National Association of Fisheries Commissioners here Thru tinkle bells he learned that oysters spent twenty hours of the twenty-fou- r In feeding. e CANNOT LOCATE 40 FORMER SOLDIERS Lexington, Ky., June 25. Thirty-nin- e Fayetto County service men, many of whom aro thought to bo suffering from disability incurred while In tho servlco and therefore) entitled to compensation from tho Government, havo not yet boon located, according to Mrs, B. B. Graves of tho Fayette County Red Cross, in a report made lost evening to J. J. O'Brien, chairman, of tho. FayetU I County Servlco Men's Commlt. ;u; feared some of them majr. be suf- ferlng from amnesia or other disa- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bility and bo wandering about tho Ohio Circuit Court. country In a dazed. condition . Peoples' Savings Bank, et nl.j Plaint tiffs. vs. Notlco of salo. INDIANA GOVERNOR PLANS STATE-OWNECOAL MINE L. T. Wright, ct nl., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of snle of tho Ohio Circuit Court Indianapolis, Juno 25 Purchaso in tho ahovo styled action at Its nnd operation by the Stato of a coal AIny term, 1920, directing mo ns comto mlno In order to Insure Stiw Institu- missioner of said court thn soil tho In et tions of nn adequate supply of coal latter described land, I will offer for was approved by Gov. James P. Good sale at public outcry, to mo nignesi rich 'oflny. Money to carry out tho and best bidder at tho Court Houso projeit will bo asked oftho Stato door In Hartford Kentucky, on Monday, July 5th, 1020, at about tho hour Legislature. of 12:30 p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, tho equity of redemption In and to tho following deOPPORCIIUNITr scribed property situated In Ohio County, Kentucky, being on tho wat"As tho poto says, ers of Elm Lick Creek, owned by AlOpporchunity knocks but wanco at bert Wright, and bounded ns follows: Beginning at a gum on tho south overy mln's dure. side of tho Hartford nnd Loltchfleld It hammers. On somo mln's dures road; thenco East with said road to Till it breaks down the dure a stono about ten feet from J. D. An' then it goes in and wakes him Clark's orchard fenco; thenco about North to a stono in tho third hollow up from tho Hartford and Lcltchfiold asleep. If he's road; thenco about West to a stono In An over afterwards it warruks for L. T. Wright's lino; thonco South to him as night watchman. tho beginning, containing. 25 acres, more or less. Deed of record In On other mln's dures It knocks deed book 39, pago 175, Ohio County away. An' runs office. An' on tho dures of somo rain It Clerk's purchaser will bo required to The knocks executo bond Immediately aftor salo An' whin they come out with security to bo approved by tho In equal payable It hits thim over the head with an commissioner, amounts In six and twelve months, axe. bearing Interest at tho rato of 6 per Dut lvryman has an opporchunity." cent per annum from date until paid, Mr. Dooley. and to havo tho force and effect of A Hon will bo retained a Judgment. upon tho land sold heroin as additionOUT FISHIN' al security. Given under my hand this tho 14th day of June, 1920. (Author Unknown) OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. A feller ain't th'lnkin' mean, J. S. Glenn, Attorney. mm Out fishln'; His thoughts aro mostly clean 'MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Out fishln'; Ohio Circuit Court. He doesn't knock his fellow men Jessie Foglo, Plaintiff. . Or harbor any grudges then; vs. Notlco of salo. A feller's at his finest, when Alvle Foglo, Defendant. J..1fn,fint nnil nrflP.r Out ffshln. i'UrSUUUL IU u juu(,ui.u. ...... on- of salo of tho Ohio Circuit i Court to tho poor Tho rich are comrades Ax.. n lmirr orvinii -- - iiim iil luu , ; mo tereu in Out tlshln-November term, 1919, directing mo to All brothers of a common lure, soil tho nercmauur """"","-estat- e Out fishln; for the purpose of paying judgment of tho plaintiff against the Tho urchin with pin and string of $50.20 toCan chum with millionaire and king defendant In tho sum this action and gether with tho cost of Out fishln. tho cost of this salo I will offer for A feller's got a chance to dream salo at public outcry to the highest Out fishln'; and best bidder at the CourtonHouse MonKentucky, He learns the beauties of a stream door, in Hartford, day. July 5, 1920. at about thoofhour Out flshin'; six of 12:30 p. m.. on a credit real And he can wash his soul in air the following described Coun- State, lying and being In Onlo That isn't foul with selfish caro An' relish plain and simple faro tybne Sot of ground together with Out flshin. situated on the improvements thereon to the A feller has no time for hate Du Pont Highway adjacent the , Out flshin; road crossing near Simmons Public He isn't eager to be great Ohio County, Kentucky. required to flshin'; Out The purchaser will ho aftor tale Immediately execute-bonHe' isn't thlnkin' thoughts of self, approved by tho wUh security to be high on a shelf, Of goods stacked and a lion will be re commissioner, tho But he is always Just himself on the land sold to securehave Said bond to o same. flshin'. Out payment ',t; force and effect ol a A feller's glad to be a friend .uu Given under my hand this tnc flshin'; Out dayIJUneOTTCC. MARTIN, A helping hand he'll always lend C C. Out fishln; Master Commissioner, O. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. The brotherhood, of rod and line . An sky an' stream is always fin'' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. come close to God's design Men MASTER Out flshin'. .Prlirt- A feller isn't plotting schemes Clair, Admr. et al., Plaintiffs S. L. St. Out fishln'; vs Notice Ul Bile. Dofendants. only busy with his. dreams He's Barbara Lunsford. et al., - "- - -- Out flshin'; Bv virtue oi u. juub"u"- Court of sale of tho Ohio Circuit coat of tan; His livery is a May term 1920, in tno ffiS, Styled acuon. directing me to His creed, to do the best he can; A feller's always mostly man sell tho equuy ui estate, I Out flshin'. hereinafter described real outcry . will offer for sale at public the highest and best bidder. FABULOUS PRICES PAID Court houso uuui B FOR FANCY CATTLE tho Kentucky, on Monday July .19-- 0. iuu uu" " -aooui Holsteln-Frieslan sale at Sn a credit of six and twelve months At the equity of redemption In and to St. Paul, $30,000 was paid by Oustav the following described property sittho Pabst for a Holstein cow. A two- - uated in Ohio County. Kentucky, upmonths old bull was sold to the Roy-cro- ft on the waters of Caney Creek, and farms, in Canada, for $50,000. bounded as loiiows. Beginning at a stono In the north T. J. Ford's land, A brido and groom wore buying boundary lino of north GO E. 51 tt a good, strong thonco running thence N. 42 E. 60 their furniture. "Is this poles to a stone; bed?" asked the groom. "Yes, sir," poles to a stono; thenco S. 72 E. Blfe responded tho clerk, "wo stand bo- - poles to a stono; thence N. 31 poles and dogwood; thenco hind overy bed we sell." "Oh, my,' to a sassafras poles to two red oaks whispored tho brido to tho groom, N G7 W. 38 on a branch; thenco up and Chestnut "we don't want to buy a bed here." said branch 96 polos to a hickory at the junction of another branch; "JUST LOOKING" thenco up tho left hand branch, S. 27 W. 28 poles to a stono on said branch S. 4 ' was the kind that mnkes you branch; thenco with said She E. 42 poles to tho beginning, contako down everything on the shelves taining 44 acres, more or less. and then says sho is "just looking" The purchaser will bo required to She asked to look at union suits executo bonds immediately after salo Commissioner, and tho oblidging clork showed her to bo approved by the In six was payabl In equal Installments 6 pereverything in sight. Still she and twelvo months, bearing not satisfied. Ho brought out on tho cent Interest from' dato until paid, to reservo stock. As he deposited the havo tho force and effect of a judgment, and a Hen will bo retained as last box on tho counter ho said: " additional socurlty on tho land sold "There, madame, Is our stock ... herein. "Oh, my! is that all you havo?" Given under my hand this 14th said tho "looker." day of Juno, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C "Yes, ma'am, it Is 'cept for tho J. S. Glenn and R. R. Wedding, Atono I've got on." torneys. i PASS THIS ONE ON COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MASTER Another thing wo havo noticed in Ohio Circuit Court. years running a paper J. C. Jackson, et nl., Plaintiffs. our twenty-si- x vs. Notlco of sale. In Bollo Plaino, and that Is tho mev Defendant. L. chant who Is really interested in In- J. By Calloway, a Judgment and order virtue of creasing his business and advertises of sale entered In tho abovo styled acwhat ho has to sell with a zeal that tion," nt tho May, 1920 torm of tho will bring results, neve has to bo run Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo as court to soil tho down and sandbagged to get tho copy commissioner of said property for tho horolnaftor described for tho ad. purposo of paying tho debt of J. C. It ho is at all Interested, ho soes Jackson and J. C. Lawronco amountthat his ad Is readable and that ho ing to $500, with intorest from tho until has it down to tho prlntor's In plen- 23rd day of Octobor 1919, this paid action tho costs of ty of time to get It sot as attractively together with of this salo. I will offer and the cnt Balla Plains (Kans.) et and Iwt bidder at the court houso iw poailblo. Nows. door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday Ju D ron-dor- .! tior-nln- . v"; iii-- : ..lf Erri --- ""- - -- --- K. S. County Board of Education S. S.' O. C. Howard, COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 It. A. Owon, Hartford;. Moots first Monday In each month. Routo 6. Judt;o Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. It. C. Lako, Fordsvlllet A. D. Kirk. County Att'y. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, DunClerk W. C. Blankenahlp. . A. Brntcher. Sheriff dee. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MASTER Superintendent E. S. Howard. Div. No. 4 Itobt. GofT, Rosho. Ohio Circuit Court. Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver. Bank, Plaintiff. Chrisney Stato D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner vs. Notice of sale. Dnm. C. S. Moxley. Surveyor Lizzie D. Mercer, et nl., Defendants. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, FISCAJj COURT. entered at tho May term, 1920, In County Board of Examiners: E. S; tho abovo styled action, directing mo Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. BIrdio MIdklff and' ns commissioner nforesald, to sell the October. Ira Jones. hereinafter described land for tho 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, purposo of paying tho debt of the Teachers Instltuto, Sept. 13th Routo 3. Chrisney Stato Bank against the 17th. amounting to $373.15, with 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear10 per cent penalty thereon nnd 6 er Dam. EXAMINATIONS per cent intorest from Juno 5, 1916, until paid, and the further sum of 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons.n. Common School Diplomn May 16 $207.94, with 10 por cent penalty 4th District G. W. Rowo, Center-towand 6 per cent Interest from Jnnuary and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam. 22, 1917, until paid, and tho further Otli District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. sum of $209.98, with 10 per cent May 21 and 22 County Teachers" penalty and 6 per cent Interest from Examination nt Hartford, (Whito). 'ebrunry 25, 191S, until paid, nnd tho flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. May 2S and 29 County Toachora" further sum of $179.20, with 10 per 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsville. cent penalty and 6 per cent interest 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart- Examinotlon at Hartford, (Colored). from 12th day of February, 1919. ford, Route E. Juno IS and 19 County nnd State until paid, and the further sum of Teachers' Examination at Fordsville,. with Interest thereon at 6 $64.00 HARTFORD. per cent per annum from October 1, (Whit,o). Mayor J. E. Bean. 1919, until paid, and tho further Juno 25 and 26 County and OS, with 6 per cent InClerk J. A. Howard. sum of $174. Examination at Hartford, from Juno 17, 1920. terest thereon Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). until paid, together with tho cost of ' Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. Sept. 17 and IS County and this action and tho cost of this salo, 1 will offer for sale at public outcry, to Examination at Hartford. ROCKI'ORT bidder at the tho highest and best (Whito). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Hartford, Ky., court house door in Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Clerk N. II. Bratcher. on Monday, July 5, 1920 (It being Examination at Hartford, Pollco Judgo S. L. Fulkerson. the first day of the regular July term of tho Ohio Circuit Court) at about (Colored). Ed. J. Bratchor. Marshal a credit tho hour of 12:30 p. m., on of 6 and 12 months, the following described real estate, lying and being In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as w "Wants! follows: Beginning at a stake in said Hartford and Goshen road 855 feet South of where said ditch crosses said road; thonco S. 40 W. 830 feet to a stake; W. 255 feet to a thence N. 67 1 4 !J 3?il stake corner between Mercer and C. gliVllKtH FOR PERSONAL, HYGIENE M. and E. T. Williams; thenco with their lino N. 86 W. 2060 feet to their Dissolved in water for douches itopr mrnor in Rnlil Carter's line: thenco pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd Inflamwith said Carter's lino N. 1950 feet mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkliam Med. Co, for ten yean. to a gum; thence with said Carters corner on Muddy Creek; thenco N A healing wonder for naval catarrh, throat and Economical. bs 1.5 oor.n fApt to a stako In said toreeitriordiniry lore eye gtnnioda! power, deaonoa and m ff u froad; thenco with said road to tho Hi ifrea. 50c all droijuli, or SteeleThgPlllooToJrlConiwcT. jj containing about 116 .piiL beginning, IWoc. Mtm. acres. A Safe Old Fashioned Tho nnrnhasor will bo required to Remedy for Worms security to be ap execute bonds with Sevi? ntvfive veara cnnlin. proved by tho comlssloncr, immeuoua lite is the best testidiately after sale, bearing Interest at Mm rnto nt fi ner cent ner annum. monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE on the can oiler you. and a lien will be retained Keep a bottle always on land sold as additional scuruy. faaiu ORE hand. It will help keep bonds to havo the rorce anu eueci oi the little ones happy and a judgment. healthy. Given unuer my nanu uus uw.uu 30c a bottle at your dragffta of I day of June, 1920. general tote: or li your dealer OTTO C. MAUiKN, m. v;. can't aupplyyou.acnd hit name Succeed when everything else falls. and 30c in itimpi and we'll Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. In nervous prostration and female end you a bottle promptly. E '.vcaknesse they are the supreme S. FREY. Baltimore. Mi. L j remedy, at thousands have testified. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE , FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND I STOMACH TROUBLE persons having claims agains ' All j it is the best medicine ever told tho estato of H. P. Taylor, deceased, A over a druggist's counter. aro hereby notified to present same to "TOaruaauwukvnsMBMaauBBMBMi WILL us, properly proven, on or before AuTAKE they will be forgust 1st., 1920, or ever barred. All persons knowing themselves In debted to tho estate of H. P. Taylor, A Treafraenl deceased, will pleaso call and settlo Altow Pahk. Temjt. " Dr. Pierce's ationco. for WEAK medicines have betm U6ed a great deal This June 11th., 1920. in my family vviui LUNGS or iLaLaVSlK -J. P. TAYLOR, the very best of WOOLFOLK BARROW, CONSUMPTION results. I bad a Administrators. girl that had 50t3 mm chronic bronchitis A quick .relief (or thai tired, run down (celiac. nnd I never found ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE. couebi, palnf la elicit. nlM iwcuts, ncmor anything that ibaee. weak lunzt or consumption. If It does would give her reethelp you II coats you nothing. t undersigned administratrix lief until I began The lock box oitv civing her Doctor OHIO MEDICAL GO. will on Saturday, Juno 19, 1920, at COLUMBUS o. ierce's Golden i tho residence of Ida Kolloy, In Ohio Medical Discovery 'jltji County, Ky., soil at public outcry all of tho personal property belong more real help than all other mediI hnvo taken together. ing to II. C. Crowe, deceased, which cines put Madioal Discovery ' for Golden USELIV-VER-LA- X property consists of horses, mules, stomach troublo and it was excellent hogs, poultry, household and kitchen for tills ailment; it purities one's blood act upon, and furniture. Said property will bo sold and seems tosystem In a good,build up healthy one's whole to tho highest and best bidder on a state. ' Golden Medical Diecovery ' is credit of six months. a splendid family medicine and I take Purchasers will bo required to ex- Sloasure in recommending it." Mils. ' 1600 Highland Avenue. ecuto bonds with approved security q folks or families now living have Few immediately after salo. Sums of loss other need Dr. not at than $5.00 will bo sold for cash. Pierce's sometime or Golden Medical Discovery for This Juno 7, 1920. the stomach, liver or blood. Over IDA KELLEY, twenty four million bottles of this Feci right all tho Don't lay oft Administratrix of the estato of tonlo and blood remedy havo been from work for days time.taking calomeV by sold by druggists in this country. C. Crowo, doccased. II. keeps yoa when pleasant Lie- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyourtroub Vkst Frankfort, Ky. "I enn recle. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl ommend Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Cut This Out And Tako It "With You most highly for they have been used tako anything else. You can',t afford By& A man often forgots the exact namu for many years past by my own people it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tern nnd relievea constipation.' of the article ho wishes to purchaso. and by my husband's and later on by havo never known such a ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd and as a last resort takes somothlng myself. I in its effect nnd certain in results. If mild nnd effective remedy for sluggish oIsq Instead. is always disap liver and constipation ns Dr. Pierco's That won't bo long before pointing and unsatisfactory. The Pleasant. Pellets." Mus. Addie comnletelv tlisnlaco calomel in ever home. Children can tako it freely unq safo way is to cut this out and tako Haiiuod, No. 006 rolsgrove Street. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar. pills are These little, sugar-coate- d It with you so as to mako sure of antecd, 60c and $1 in bottles. Nonr aloe, getting Chamberlain's Tablets, Yon composed of Mnynpplo, leaves ofgrows genuino without tho likeness and siguthings that Nature rootcif Jalap turo.of L. K. Grimsby, For salo by r " will find nothing quite so satisfactory in the ground, and aro cold by drugm gists everywhere. constipation and indigestion, for Stato-TeacherStato-TeacherStato-Teacher- s' ly 5, 1920, (It being tho first day of tho regulnr July term of tho Ohio Circuit Court) nt about tho hour of 12:30 p. m., upon n Credit of six and twelvo months, tho following described property: One building nnd lot In Contertown Kentucky, bounded ns follows: Beginning nt A. 11. Rowo's corner; thence running' a southern direction with sftltl Rowo's lino to tho lands of Mrs. Luclnda Baker; thenco with said Baker's line In nn eastern direction 34 foot to a stono J thence northward to Main Btrect to a stone; thonco West 34 feet to tho beginning For further description of said property seo deed book 46, pago Cll Ohio County Clerk's office. Tho purchaser wjll bo required to executo bonds Immediately after sale, with security to ho approved by tho commissioner, bearing Interest at the rato of 6 per cent per annum from dato, and a Hon will bo retnlncd on tho property sold as additional security. Said bonds to havo tho forco nnd effect of n judgment. Given under my hand this the 2nd day of June, 1920. , OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C John T. Rone, Attorney. DIRECTORY Judge CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owomboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clork A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Mar Mnstcr Commissioner BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McICennejv. Clork II. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. tin, Hartford. FORDSVILLE. Trostco Jury Fund Col P. Koowp, Ch'm'n. Board W. IU Jones, Hartford. 1st Monday in March 13 days Clork Olln Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngen1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard, 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. Sopteniber 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR Mondny 3d " 1 , in Civil. 4th Monday In November Com'th. nnd Civil. FOR PRESENT YKAI6 12 days I Every Woman Mothers use JllMiH frejfe Yermii u&e nsm m .! V . w -- trie itters S3 t YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY Ask Your Neighbor! RKm?SJ - FORGONE MONTH J V . I frW' For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. -- I - I nt TRADKS THAT 1I,AY HAVOC such a standard must Inevitably WITH TIIK HKAIrit OF MKX the host dorolopnicnt Of our powers. Science hns for a lon time boon trying to find away by which tho bllng, Include control materials (pol- - POINTS OUT IYV ON' Dnsliern Aids Potato, TKACIIKIIS INSTITUTKS stonecutter mny carry on his work Tho first carload of Amorlcan- - Ron) In this spray In tho usual qua- without Inhaling mineral dust. Tueso grown dashcons rocontly arrived at titles. Frankfort, Ky. Juno 25. Super- workora thru constantly breathing In Now York. Thoy woro Brown on the Spraying will: Instruction, an atmosphere ladon with flno parti(1) Provont and control follngo intendent of Public cast const of Florida. Owing to tho limited quantities shipped to market dlsoases which usually occur when Oeorgo Colvln today addressed com- cles, rarely live beyond their fortieth at prosent tho vegetable, which Is ro- - tho plnnt Is sotting fruit In July and munications to county school super ypar, whllo consumption also carries commended ns n substitute for tho po- - August. (Leaves Bpottcd, turn ycl- -i intendents calling their attention to off scores of filccuttors, grlndstono Into In locations whoro Hint crop can low and black and fall off starting certain sections of tho law relating ' makors and others similarly engaged. Many neodlo-grlhdonot bo grown, is high in price soiling usually at tho bnso of tho stem. Com- - to county teachers' Institutes. suffer from I2iC ?.ta YoU Have Mway$ BouSht- - nnd which has been what Is termed "grinder's asthma," Under ho law tho county superinfor over over 30 years, has borne the fiimnt,,r- for as much ns 15 cents a pound in inonly called "blight." New York within the past week. (2) Hepel floa beetles (small tendent shall rovoke the certificate of whllo polishers and grinders of cut and has bcen made undcr his & Tho Trinidad dashcen, which Is a blnck beetles which appear In swarms any teacher who shall fall to attend glass aro extremely liable to contract lts particularly, flno flnvored variety of particularly when plants are young) tho full session of the Institute, un- a disease similar to lead poisoning, All Counterfeits, ImltatiTns a"nd less tho superintendent shall bo fully tho first symptoms of which nro evitho taro, Is one of 46,000 foreign They devour tho foliage, plants Introduced Into tho United (3) Will control foliage eating satisfied that such failure has been denced by decaying teeth nnd gums. triilwlth cndanser the heath of SfaniTn? Children-Experi- ence Diamond cutters nro frequently atStates by the Department of Agrlcul- - Insects when poison is added to tho caused by actual sickness or other against Experiment. "wrist-drop- " tacked by a disease turo. It was brought hero In tho mixture. ($4 to 2 lbs. of arsenate disability. Another section of tho law provides which is tho outcome of tho use of belief that it would yiold tho South of lead powder or ounces of Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paiegorlc, that "at each session of tho Institute solder cpntalnlng load In tho cuta tuber crop which could bo used to Paris green to GO gallons or spray, ovory subject embraced In tho" com- ting process. supplomont tho potato. It contains (I)Thru tho accomplishment of the other narcotic substance. Its GO per cent moro Miners and sower men suffer from ?! is ,?pium' MorPhine starch and GO per nhovo Increase your yield from 4 mon. school courso shall be brought bo age guarantee. For more than thirty years 1 tons per acre. foro the Institute, illustrated and dis- tho effects of the Impure atmosphere ton to cent moro protein than tho potato. it has rdIef of Constipation; Flatulency Spray with Ilqrdoaux inlxturo nt cussed and every fcaturo of school In which thoy work, whllo Daahccns can not bo grown In tho jiiu IjUul. iiiiii ninrriinan t? ii iiiw. aro Invariably affoctod by ex North, but thoy nro finding favor any time. It wilt Injuro neither organization ana school management, among consumors in that section of plant nor consumer. It passible ap- - j together with tho whole work of tho tremes of heat Inseparable from tho teacher, shall bo considered nnd tho task of shaping molten glass. tho country. Doalors In Washington ply whon it will dry rondlly. The Mother's Friend. Lacemakcrs are subject to an and Now York report that thoy aro Correct cultivation Is absolutely ) common bdiool laws of the stnte read oxpounucu. of tho eyes, and It Is for superintendent having difficulty In meeting tho do- - necessary1, j Rlm Thoughtless cultivation mnnil for tho now tubor, ovon nt tho or "plowing" of a crop Is Injurious. -- "'vi urus mm una suction oe cn- - this reason that many ot them .wear ' colored glnsses. If tho troublo Is 9 llrlntn fnml llm nlnnl lilgh prices. ...utu ..,- - ...J f.,l. roannM Itinml forced. AV01'.Vb tllWtt, 9 Bears the Signature neglected, as It frequently Is, a seHoots of good stocky plants1 nro of rious breakdown ensues, and, someVirginia Loads In Better Sires Cam- - widely distributed to tho Bides and U. S. OFKICIATj FHOWXS near tho surface. Cultlvato further ImIrh. OS SKIRTS times, death, as the result of nervous exhaustion. With moro than 18,000 head of do- - from tho plnnts and moro shallow ns But of all formsot dangerous emnfestlc animals In addition to poultry tho plnnt grows. Plan not to dls- Washington, Juno 25. Conservaonrqlled In tho "Better turb them after thoy start to blossom tion of cloth at tho expenso of wo- ployment, that of tho worker In lead Stock" movement, Virginia leads all and set fruit, unless It Is necessary manly modesty will not be indorsed Is the worst. Lead poisoning affects other States In tho Nation-wid- e of- - to "hold the molsturo" by lightly by tho Covernmcnt, representatives no fewer than a dozen different trades fort to rid tho country of scrub nnd "scratching" tho land after rains, of tho National Garment Retailers' of which the production of which other Inferior sires. Tho stock men- - Uso lovol cultivation In dry seasons. Association woro told today by IIow- - white lend Is tho most fatal. Science Kind You Have Always Honed is owned by 670 farmers, of Do not hill. nrd FIgg, assistant to tho Attorney has lessened Its ravages, but has not Thoughtlessly "chopping" tho roots General in charge of the campaign to abolished It. whom 3G4 nro In Pulaski County, Va. NltW VOWK CITV. TJ ""T""" k AH of these owners have will cut down tho yield. In caso of reduce prices. I filed with tho United Stntos Depart- troublo write to Morris- - L. McCrackcn Tho retailors presented for Mr ITALIAN INVENTED DEADLY DEPTH BOMB ment of Agriculture declarations that County Agent, Hartford, Ky. Flgg's Inspection threo living models they will not only uso purebred sires, dressed In knee length gowns deCliAIMS SETTLED Tho depth charge which did such but will follow methods leading to Ciirpft Cinu.s I'iisturo ICiji.mI To Illiir-Cirn- s. signed as tho extreme In women's WITH OUH ALLIES Tft. W " k Improvement. further wear for next fall. Mr. Flgg de- telling work against tho German sub Drugstores SeB It. jfcAwjll WJ marines 'was tho invention oi an ItaThe Bureau of Animal Industry, pasture on tho clined to indicato what ho considered Good carpet-gras- s Tho U. S. liquidation commltteo ap- Five lian, C. E. Ella an offfceioTtho Itamillion people which Is handling tho enrollment ovldcnco available seems little, If a proper length for skirts, but declarpointed to settle the claims between use lian navy. When America entered it to KILL COLDS received from Virginia recent- any, Inferior In value to blucgrass ed after viewing the extreme styles country and various allied and ,tho war the Invention was brought this ly 72 pledges in one day. Of this pasture Tho experlonc of careful that skirts should "at least coino beEuropean powera has mado Its HILL to Washington and offered to tho other number 18 contnlncd statements that farmers indicates that the best low tho waist." final roport which shows some interAmerican navy. Engineers were impurebred sires, including rains, boars op pasture will furnish grazing QUININE mediately set to work on It, and very esting figures. The largest settleand roosters, would bo purchased. for ono cow to tho acre for about five JKWISH CUSTOM LIFTS ment was with Prance. Surplus supCases of this kind show that tho months each season and for ono cow SUNDAY BAN important and useful improvements plies and equipment costing $1,500,-000,0HENDEHSOX were soon made, among them a conmovemont Is not only educational, to 2 acres for threo months longer. were sold in Europe, largely out Is gradually resulting In tho reHenderson, Ky., June 26. On trivance which mado the charge ex- to Franco, for $800,000,000. Closo grazing is very essential to Sta ndard cold remedy for 20 years Therj plode at tho desired hydrostatic pres- -- in tablet form tale. mre. no placement of inferior males with maintain the grass In the best con- heels of his threat last week, which was returned to the United States opiates breaki up a cold la 24 purebreds. gave Henderson Its first "Blue Sun- 'sure. Commander Ella is an inven property to the value- - of $672,000,-00oara relieve grip in 3 aaya. dition. The trampling by tho stock Money back If it faiU. The keeps tho soil compacted, facorlng day," came announcement today by tor of International fame and there is France assumed our obliga genuine dox nas a Ked p w 1 n at. Hill's Vmi Ax When Disease Breaks Out In the spread of carpet-gras- s, Commonwealth's Attorney N. Powell no navy iu the world that does not tions to tho French railroads upon the and closo picture. use some ot his inventions. He gives Flock. grazing keeps down tho taller grow- Taylor that he has decided not to payment ot 435,000,000 francs. This At AllDruM Stormm for Disease Is ono of tho handicaps to ing plants which would Injure it by suo violators because the State law generous credit to Americans making bis depth bomb effective and covered tho transportation ot more 'Successful poultry keeping and should shading. oners a loophole for Jewish, merfor compensating Mm well invboth than 2,000,000 men. All the claims be guarded against at nil times. Unchants. If a field of carpet grass be left against this country by individuals in kindness and money. A long and bitter fight betweon less kept in healthy condition, chicks after' October 1 It will grow Franco were assumed by the French mm will not grow properly and mature quite tall. In the protection thus afministers and moving picture thea government for the sum ot 12,000,-00- 0 THE FEMALE SHERLOCK fowls will not have their vigor and v- forded green leaves will appear thru ters culminated last Sunday in closfrancs. For port dues we paid itality, and will become unproductive much of tho winter and furnish win- ing of all places of business in the 3,000,000 francs. The settlement William J. Burns, the detective, and unprofitable. ter pasture. The cattle In eating tho city, except garages and tho soda with Belgium left a net balance due It Is far better to prevent disease green leaves consumo Incidentally fountain of M. Silverman, member said In a lecture: d "To a detective ev- the United States of $27,000,000. To by propor caro and attention than to many of tho dry leaves which other- of the Jewish, faith. He contended ery Incldont is pregnant with signifi- Italy we owe a net balance of attempt to euro a bird after It Is sick. wise they would avoid. Such a field he observed Saturday as his Sabbath lire. Therefore It Is Important lo watch tho must nover bo burned over, as fire is and kept his store closed that day. cance yet, every Incident Is as full of meaning as well, I am reminded also a Jew, flock closely at all times for any signs very destructive to carpet grass. Morris Holtznran, AUTOMATIC t story: of disease, so In caso an outbreak ocWrlto to tho United States De- owner of the Grand Theater, an- of a young man sa't "A in a parlor curs it may be checked at once. Pre- partment of Agriculture, Washington, nounced he would observe Saturday "Personally, I don't believe groalone. To him a beautiful girl en- cers ever put sand In Many thousands of cure, D. C, for Farmers' Bullotin 113p. and keep open this Sunday. tention is always better than their sugar." women suffering from The Commonwealth's Attorney to- tered. Thereupon the young man and all those who wish to succeed "They don't have to around here," arose, took six cigars from his upper answered old Mr. Putterby. "What womanly trouble, have with poultry should give their birds advantage day said the law would not bo fairly Often It Is a distinct been benefited by the mm such good caro' and keep their houses when purchasing a farm to buy the enforced "in a city where Jewish waist coat pocket, laid them careful- with autymoblles an' one ihtng an' of Cardul, the woman's so well cleaned and disinfected tbnt equipment, live stock, and materials merchants take advantage of a section ly on the piano, and then advanced another zlppln' through Chlggers-vlll- e tonic, according to letters (both fowls and chicks will keep har- already on the place. In this way an ot the law which gives them the priv- toward the girl passlnately, his arms from sunup to dark, all a we receive, similar to this ilege to evade the spirit of the clos- outstrethched. dy and vigorous. got to do is to leave the one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell Income is yielded almost from tho But the girl drew back. "You cover oft his sugar barrel an' let it Some diseases may be treated ofHayne.N.C "I could: whIch U8Ually make3 posalblo ing law." cessfully whllo othon of a moro se- - tJw oporatlon or the farm without a sot stand on my feet, and, Violations, ho said, would bo re- havo loved .before," she said. accumulate." just suffered terribly,'" Several ported to the grand Jury. riou nature usually prove fatal. If loss. t, GOOD STRAIGHT TIP. she says. "As my sufonly rmo or two birds i'f n flqck beBrand Juries have refused to In COULDN'T HIM. fering was so great, and' come Ick it is usually advisable to How Much And What Kind Of Foods diet. he had tried other remePeople who write things which tklll (Vm Immediately (uiUcsr they A far western settler went to the Shall You Eat? had us dies, Dr. they would like to see printed in a nearest store and purchased a music SOLDI ENS' BONDS IIELD. aro ih(cc specimens' and burn or bu1 began As tho habits and conditions of inget Cardul. . newspaper should bear In mind that stool. In a few days, however, ho ry tho carcasses, say ptult.y specia- dividuals differ, so, too, their needs improving, and it cured e. On account of Incorrect or Insuf- what they wrlto as their personal op- brought It back and demanded his lists in the U. S. Doiurtmcnt ot me. I know, and my of nourishment differ, and their food bo fathered by thorn, and money, as the stool was no good nt If tho birds are kpt and an should be adnpted to their particular ficient address given by former ser- inion sh'-uldoctor knows, what Carnttompt Is made to doctor or euro requirements. Each persoit should vice men, liberty bonds totaling whon thoy write stuff that Is l.ot fit all. Tho store-keepdul did for me, for my examined It nerves and health were disease mnv provo conta- learn by experience what kinds ot $127,000 mailed to them have been for them to attach their names 1,0 it and said It was In perfect order and them tho e. should never be printed. about gone." gious and spread throughout, the en- food yield him nourishment with tho roturned to Washington by tho that it should not bo thrown on his Remember the rulo of decent news- hands. ' I Those bonds belonging to tire flock. least discomfort, and should avoid moro than 2,500 veterans aro hold papers and you will nover have occa"Well," said tho settlen "I took it . do not agree with him. those which This Is the homo careful and I gave It a turn, Hints About Tomatoes. Too much food is as bad as too lit for thorn by tho zone finance officers sion to out on tho shoe. Spraying Is Insurance on your crop. tlo and occasions a waste ot energy to whom soldlors should wrlto for rule which vo give In all klndnoss: and every ono of the children gave It newspaper to do a thins a turn, and never a tune could one an' Your slogan Is "An .Ounce of Pre- nnd strength In tho body ns well as a the purpose ot locating an undeliver- Never ask a you are ashamed to do yoursolf. nil of us screw out of It. It is no Is hotter than a pound of waste of nutrltlvo matorlal, say food ed bond. vention m more a music stool than the four- specialists of tho. United States Decure." ' legged stool my old woman puts her WOULDN'T THEY, THOUGH! INCUBATING OST11ICII EGGS Whllo In dlseaso and insect ravago partment of Agriculture. Provont wash-tu- b on." by spraying ut two or threo week In- the case of somo foods bb purchased, Lots of merchants who do not'be-liov- e Tho experiment of hatching ostrich tervals, commencing when tho plants notably meats, somo wasto Is unavoidin advertising, would make wild able, tho pecuniary loss can bo di- eggs In an Incubator with a specialstart to do well' In tho Hold and thoy are killed in fall. minished, both by buying thoso klnd3 ly largo egg tray U being tried nt tho complaint Iffliey had to take the She writes further: 4rI until FOR FLETCHER'S am in splendid health . . . What will wo use? BordeauxVulx-turo- ! In which there is tho least wasto, and Philadelphia zqo. As the ostrich it signs from In front of, their .stores, can do my work. I feel I How can wo get It or mako by utilizing more carefully than is a tropical bird, It is necessary that use blank paper for fetferhoads, nnd owe it to Cardul, for I was it? Ask your doalors or get In touch ordlilarlly done portions of what Is eggs for hatching be gathered soon af bo compelled to quit reading tho FOR THE DURATION. in dreadful condition." your County Agent, "Canning usually classed as refuse. Much of ter thQy aro laid olso In our latitudes newspapers' We couldn't live withwith If you are nervous, run.Field Man" or your bankers they tho wasto may bo avoided by careful the gorms may bp fatally chilled. Tho out advertising, whon wo stop to A St, Louis negro Infantryman had down and "weak, or suffer (Mo.) planning so as to provide a comforta-bl- o birds lay only about ono egg In two think about it. Bethany .are Interested. Just returnod from overseas duty and from headache, backache, and appetizing meal in sufficient weeks during tho laying season. The Cllppor. Mako Bordeaux Mixture by was strolling west on Lawton Ave., etc., every month, try 1.. eggs nro likely to bo eaten at onco Slacking' 4 lbs. ot lump Hmo in amount, but without excess.. 1 greeting his old friends, j Cardui. Thousands of economy is necessary, tho unless a keeper Is at hand to safe"NEVER MIND THE AIR." wotor" und make up to 25 If strict sufficient "Yes, sah, I suah am glad de wah r women praise this mediguard them. dearer cuts ot moat and tho more .gallons. ; f , Is ovah. Old Lawton Avenue suah cine for the good it lias vegetables should We must tejl this story on a looks good to me." 4 pounds of blue fruits and (2) Dissolving done them, and many Mulvane man before Jt Is utorly ob GUN INNAVY .stone (copper sulpjinte) In a wood- bo avoidod. With reasonable caro In 'Did you enlist" asked an aged physicians who have used solete, says the Mulvano (Kans.) negro. water, by cooking and sorvlng, a ploasln'g and en container) In sufficient j Cardui successfully with mod-ora- te The navy d&pnrtment has announc- News. He was visiting In a big city suspending It nW the surface of tho varied diet can bo furnished at "Sure, I enlis' I onlls for the wah I their women patients, for cost. It should pot be forgot-to- n ed the successful completion ot a gun In company with a frlond and was and the duration of tho wah. And water in u thin cloth sack and dilute years, endorse this medidear-ne- ss that will shoot nearly 110 miles. knocked down on a crowded street do wah Is done ovah." I that tho roal cheapness or ,tb 25 gallons. cine. Think what it means ' ot a food material depends not Work on this gun was begun whon by a runaway horso and rendered un (3) Pour tho two solutions "Yes," responded tho old man, 'do to bs In splendid health, Tho friend bout over him wah Is done ovah but do In equal quantities, strafnlng only on its marktarlce, but also on word was first received that a Ger- conscious. Give duration like Mrs. Spell. spray tank and tho cost ot Its digestible nutrients. It man gun was shelling Paris 75 miles and they wero instantly surrounded is Jest begun." thru cloth Into tho Cardui a trial. ' away. Details ot tho gun havo not by, a crowd. Tho friend yelled at the should always bo remembered that , tuso Immediately. n give him air, Women aro going to get the bal Noto (1) II desired to keep the "tuo meai met is mai coiuuinauon oi been mado public and no projectile crowds, "Stand back and All which, whllo Imposing tho least lias boon fired for the distance claim- and someone hurry with somo whls- - lot eventually If not soon. The last ' .stock solutions for any length ot foods J71 Injured man spoko laugh will be on tho fellows who i time, keep them separated until the burden on tho body, supplies it with ed, but tho carrying power ot thov key." At this tho exactly sufficient matorlal to moot Its weapon lias boon estimated from caro-l- up In a weak volco: "Never mind tho I spoiul thousands ot dollars to bring spray arrived tflme to any disregard of air." te3ts. j about delays. (2) In case Insect pests nro trou- - wants," and that pro-Yc- FARM DEPARTMENT. Children Cry for Fletcher7: , rs pcr-7&c- XL "'fSSVfe? G- -7 What is C ASTORIA nr rd "JS ' ' glass-blowe- rs GENMNS 3S CASTORIA 122! COMI-AM- JV, "Kg!?- - - iS ALWAYS. KNICK-LKNGT- H Slres-r-Bett- In Use For Over 30 Years The Bought live-stoc- live-stoc- 48,000 -- CSCARAb 00 0. P Ji. 1 ed t- - well-traine- 90 Health About Gone n's suc-outB- et( Agri-cultur- er post-offic- TAKE -- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Ohildren Cry R CASTO 'A I llO-MIL- E ', Druggists ul ; HELPED PERRY WIN VICTORY Made LEAGUE AMENDED He Without Peter Tarr That Served So Well In the Fight on Lake Erie. Committee ny Vote Of S3 to 18 the Cannon Balls fUNCN Ijciuiic Jtonervntlons. METHODISTS PLAN $2,000,000 COLLEGE Establlshntont of a coeducational university to cost approximately Is tho aim of the Loulsvlilo Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, and tho Kentucky Conference of tho Methodist Church, memftora of tho Joint educational committee from tho two conferences told director's of tho Louisville, Bard of Trade yestorday in presenting a request for $500,000 With which to n make the initial investment. members of tho tw'o were present, some of whom were from out of tho city, including Dr. Stonewall Andorson, of Nashville, general secretary of tho Methodist Board of Education and R. M. Smith, business man of. Lagrange. Board of Trade directors after hearing tho request promised members of tho commltteo to give the proposition conspiration and givo its answer on July 14. J. II. Dickey, of Louisville, is chairman of the Joint committee, and W. E. Arnold, president of the local Methodist board of education, is secretary. Colleges located in Kentucky which will he a part of tho system and which probably will bo merged with tho proposed university, are: Logan Female College, Russdllvllle; John Locke Training School, Elkton; Llndscy Training School, Columbia, tad Kontucky Weslcyan College, Win Chester. Louisville Herald. Twon-ty-scvecont-mlttees When Commodore Perry defeated the British on Lake I'rlo, his gunncra turned the trick largely with home-timil- o ennnon hulls, nlthough nt the. time of the engagement the plnce where the dendly missiles were made was n closely guarded secret. Accidental discovery n few days ago of n small antiquated Iron furnace near Stcuhciivllle, however, reveals the secret nnd adds a new chapter to the historical sketches of Terry's victory. The furnace was found by men engaged In erecting furnaces for n large. West Virginia steel company on the Tarr farm In Hancock county, West Virginia, directly across the river from Stcubcnvlllc. It Is said to have been the first Iron firnncc tn use this side of the Allegheny moun tains, nnd to have been hullt by Peter Tarr, one of the earliest settlers nlong the eastern hanks of the Ohio river. Old records In Hancock county Fhow that Peter "Parr worked day nnd night nt his secret tnsk of making cannon balls from ore deposits fo.und In the hillsides about the furnace, nnd that ho sent them overland on mules to Commodore Perry's forces hiding near PuMn Bay nnd Kelley's Island, nwnitlng an opportune time to strike the decisive blow at the British naval " forces. San Francisco, July JsU A plank dealing with tho Leaguo of Nations was adopted by tho Democratic Platform Commltteo early this morning. A long, hitter fight so delayed the platform workors that tho committee recessed until. 10 o'clock. Leaders hoped to have tho platform ready for tho convention this afternoon. In tho treaty battle the Administration failed to secure adoption of Its plank without amendment. Tho commltteo, by a voto of 82 to 18, adopted an addition by Senator Walsh of Massachusetts, among those opposing tho Administration forces, providing for ratification of the Treaty of Versailles with reservations consistent with American obligations. Members of the committee expressed tho hope they will bo nolo to make roport to the convention late today but as a fight Is in prospect in the committee on the prohibition nnd Irish questions with another battle on the floor of the convention over these planks and tho League of Nations, leaders in control of the convention have stopped figuring as to when the first ballot will bo taken. SALE OF HUN VESSELS STOPPED. Upon suit instituted by W. II. Hearst tho U. S. shipping board was tlvo fluo. Tho houso was not insured, i Mrs. Lon Mnddox nnd daughter, Pearl, visited Ed Nelson nnd family, nt McIIonry, Sunday. V. B. Morton, Llvormoro, was. tho guest of his brother, L. C. Morton, here, Inst Monday. Mrs. J. P. Tlchonor and Mrs. Ethel Williams and son, Martin, Rlchnrd James and .wife, of Matanzas spent Saturday night and Sunday here, tho guests of Rev. L. W. Tlchonor and wife. W. L. James, of Matnnzas, is spending this week with relatives hero. DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE C It. Ithonds Drainage District. WILL REVIVE- - PAST GLORIES Historic Port of Gloucester Likely to enjoined from selling 29 German vesLIVIA, ROUTE 2. sels confiscated by the government. Come Oack With the American government notified the .petiMerchant Marine. Tho Several from hero attended the tioner that the case would be appealg day at Shinkle 'Chapel, The historic port of Gloucester, ed. Mass., Is likely to be restored to- - Its Sunday.' o ' e maritime glory as tho AmeriMr. nnd Mrs. Lon Mincey .and chil WAR STEEL FOR BRIDGES can merchant mnrlne expands. A budren, spent Sunday with Mr. and lletin of the National Geographic soSteel trusses and girders made to Mrs. Will Neal. ciety calls Gloucester the mother of "" Miss Marion Crowo, of Souther- story of .Glou- Jio thrown hurriedly across rivorsln American fisheries. The Europe by American engineers will land, is visiting Mrs. Ella' Mason, of cester's flsher folk Is touched on by Kipling In his "Captains Courageous," be used to make bridges in our na- this place. Miss Pauline Rhoades has returned Jainps B. Connolly, and .Mrs. Wurd, In tional parks and forests, according to "Old Maid's Paradise." Norman's Woe, the announcement of the department home after 'spending several days oft Gloucester, Is the scene of numer- of agriculture. with rolatlves at Bells Run and Pleas- ous deep sea tragedies touched on by nnt THilpp. ' Longfellow In Ids "Wreck of'tho HesDRAINAGE: TAX NOTICE CAN MAIL WITHOUT STAMPS. Mothers day and Educational day perus." , Under a recent order 'of, the postof-flc- e exercises will he conducted at Mt Schooners are said to have origM. F. Tichcnor Dralnago District department first class mail in Carmel, next Sunday, July 4, begin inated In Gloucester and to have been hulk will now be accepted without At a meeting of the Board of Drainning at 11 o'clock A. M. Everybody so named by a Gloucester shipwright stamps affixed, a cash payment be come, bring your lunch and have n age Commissioners of 'Ohio County, who, when he launched a vessel, henrd Kentucky, bold at the Court Houso, n spectator explain: "Oh, how she ing made. This privilege has here good time' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blair and In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, June scoons." The expression was used to tofore been limited to matter of lowdescribe the hounding of a pebble er classes. children spent Sunday with Mr. Robt. 7, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M., with all members present, it was orderthrown sldewise Into the water. Bell and family, of Maxwell. LEASES J3 GERMAN SHIPS. Gloucester has n floral curiosity of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bell and little ed that an assessment or tax of TEN great beauty and fragrance, the magThe shipping board has leased 13 daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and (10) PER CENTUM, based upon the nolia glaucus, which grows In the former German passenger ships to the Mrs. Albert Humphrey, of Llvia. original assessment tor construction swamps n6nr the city. Among tho U. S. Mail Steamship Co., for a period daughter. pf said ditch, be made and levied 9Irs. John Dodson end natural wonders thnt Gloucester dis- of five years. The vessels are to be against the lnnds and landowners closes are Rnfe's chasm, where tho used in transatlantic service and the Miss Goldla, are visiting relatives at located within the M. F. Tichcnor, et ' Llvermore, this week. pounding waves churn and rumble; company is opay t the government at French and Clark have their corl al., Drainage District, in Ohio counthe rocking stone, oscillated for an ty, Kentucky. Said assessment or the rate of ?3.60 per month per ton. bank in operation now. Inch or so by the Incoming tides ; "Old The net return to the government for tax hereby levlod is for the purpose Mother Ann" nnd "Whale's Jaw." period, it is estimated, the five-yeof cleaning out, repairing nnd mainROSINE. will be more than $20,000,000. The taining eaid ditch and for the payPainless Dentistry. ment of any other legitimate expen"An American nt home, with or with- George Washington is included among I A change seems to have come ovses incurred. out toothache, Is not much nffected by the ships. every one seems to er this town, for : the sign, 'Pulnless Dentistry,' but nt The tax list and assessment roll Ue perfectly contented, and at case sight of It In a foreign land have been placed In tho hands of The best loved wife is the one who onco more. he thrills pleasurably," a traveler the County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, Mr. Late Embry is in Louisville, to whom payment may bo made on said. "Its lure Is- - not profession- is stupid enough to think her husband n great man. Toledo News Bee. dry goods. purchasing a stock of al. Every tooth In his head may or before July 26, 1920, without adbe perfectly sound, yet if stranded and Mr. Everett Royal Is said to have Capper's Weekly Give a woman two tongues. The girls say one was ditional costs. If said assessments homesick he welcomes that sign because all over Europe It Is a sure' one minute to size up another woman, a plenty, for they could not under- are not paid within the time above specified, same will be placed in the Indication thnt somewhere In the and she can utilize two hours in tell- stand the one. hands of the Sheriff to be collected in neighborhood lives a citizen of the ing what the other woman had on. Mesdames Lola Crowder, Anna tho same manner as State and CounUnited States. From the northernEarp, Debbie Autry, and Nola Lang ty taxes. most town of Norway and Sweden to Conserving Sugar. were In Hartford, on business Saturthe boundaries of Sahara the words Witness our hands, this June 25, The following bulletin was among day. 'painless dentistry' are likely to hit 1920. the most forceful and effective bits of y you in the eye nt the most unevpected services at BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF There will bo New turning. Usually they are followed or conservation propaganda nt the and tho OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. York food show. It was put out by Salem Sunday, preceded by 'American,' but thnt qualiRefining company Lord's supper. Every one Invited to By S. T. Barnett, Pres. the National Sugar fying term Is entirely unnecessary. come. Bring your lunch. Jersey: Attest: McDowell A. Fogio, Sec'y.. Dentists of other countries make no of New Mr. Talton Embry made a business "Save the waste! mm pretense of performing painless den"One hundred million cups coffee trip to Louisville Tuesday. DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE tistry, or If they do they do not adverIn United States. Miss Nella Alford and Miss Maymo tise their skill. They leave that for used dally L. M. Ward Drainage District "Seventy million cups teu used dally Leach went to Cedarfield Sunday. their Amerlcau rivals." of the Board of At a meeting in United States. Mrs. Mary Cummlngs Is visiting "One hundred nnd seventy million daughter, Mrs. R. T. Hoover, of Drainage Commissioners of Ohio her Cold! Sure. cups tea and coffee. Hartford, this week, and will go from County, Kentucky, Tiold at the Court On 'one of our most recent cold Sat"If even nn average of half a Ky., on Monday, urdays the tenderfoot rank boy scouts there to Madisonvllle, Ky., for a short House, in Hartford,10 oT sugar per cup Is left uno'clock A. M., June 7, 1920, at hlko of Terre Haute made an dissolved at the bottom of cups of tea visit. ornlong tho Wubnsh. They wore de- and coffee the wusto would be 1,700,-00- 0 Melvin Kcssinger Is teaching with all members present, it was Mr. dered that an assessment or tax of scribing the hike for the benefit or pounds of sugar dally! a Singing School, at Sugar Grove. (10) PER CENTUM, based upsome of their most Interested friends. "Stir your sugar until It dissolves. Mr. and Mrs. John Plerco visited TEN They had described the city blasts It's estimated thnt to one-ha- lf their daughter, Mrs. Norvel York, on the original assesment for con from tho river, the frozen ground nnd struction of said ditch, be made and of nil sugar used In homes Is the various sensations produced on used In tea ami coffee. Think It over Sunday. lovied against the lands and landtheir spinal columns without winning how Is It In your home? Isn't there wlfey uses the razor for her owners located within tho L. M. If what they regarded sufficient sympa- n chance for saving?" corns, hubby raises the mischief. Dm Ward, et al., Drainngp District, in thy from their listeners. Just a's they Kontucky. Said asg neighbor could use Ohio county, were most disappointed their execu' the Most Useful Vegetable. sessment or tax horeby lovied Is for so cold tive took part. "Why It was Were I to select one vegetable from it tor cutting wood and not a word tho purposo of cleaning out, repairthnt we had to break the ice off the the wealth of the summer and fall would bo said. Hagorstown Mail. ing and maintaining said ditch .and pancake batter between frying cakes," yield, to bo allowed its 'use through- - ' lit ejaculated. for tho payment of any other legitiout the entire season, I Muiuld without CENTERTOWN. And then the audience was moved hesitation choose the tomato. No othmate oxpenses icnurred. to speech. Indianapolis News. Tho tax list and assessment roll er garden product except perhaps the Mrs. A. R.'Plummor,nnd son, Nell, have been placed In the bands of tho potato may be used In so many ways, French Views of Indiana. hy itself, as a sahul In dozens of de- of Louisa, Ky., are visiting Robt. LCounty Treasurer C. O. Hunter, to Many Frencii people have as vague licious combinations; In soups, stews, Plummor and wife, this woek. whom payment may bo made on or Ideas of the United States, outside of mil "made" dishes. There Is hardly C. T. S. Overton and wife and Mrs. before July 26, 1920, without adNew York und tho Eastern coast, as any vegetable 'and meat combination D. D. Oldam visited relatives aj ditional costs. If said assessments Americans have of France ouisldo of which Is not Improved by Its addition. Logan County, Sunday and are not paid within the time above value dur Monday, Anil besides Its present-dal'.irls. specified, same will 'be placed in C. Mlchelon, permanent secretary ing Its season. It Is one of the vegetn- - i T. H. Benton nnd wife visited re the hands of the Sheriff to bo col- of the Alliance Fraucalse, tells of re- bles most easily canned for winter use j ceiving a letter from u business firm and surest of keeping. Good House- latives at Drakesboro, last Saturday , CCtod in tile samo manner as State nnd Sunday, and County taxes. in Marseille, one of the lurgest keeping. Misses Ethel and Mario Brown, of French portii, asking for Information Witness our hands, this Juno 25, Beaver Dam, are visiting their grand- 1920. fn regard to the products of the In That Little French Girl. dluus of Indiana. Nothing Is more characteristic of tlio parents, Robt. Pluminor and wife, BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF Yanks than Uie letters many of tho this week. OIIJO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. hoys send home announcing they have Sleeping Sickness Mystery. Mrs. A. B. Rowe spenf the weok-en- d Attest: McDowell A. Fogle, Sec'y. At n recent meeting of the National fallen In lovo with "u little French m in Owensboro. Aciidemy'of Sciences, Dr. Simon Flex-no- r girl" and will send their sweetheart's DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE Mrs. Maud Brown visited rolatlves a phototold what llitle is known nbout picture later. Then follows near Hartford Wednesday and Thurssweet-face- d "sleeping sickness," which has made Its graph of u six- - or George A. llnriies Drainage District child theboldlur boy from Amer day. appearanco In America. Doctor Flex-tie- r vJ James Duncan lost bis houso and leu is protecting und making happy. of propasaid the At a meeting of tho Board of a great nearly all of tho contents by' tiro last gation and means of cure were us yet Humor and sympathy make of Ohio Commissioners Tuesday ovenlug, caused by a defec- - Drainage race. Detroit Free Press. uuknowu. home-cominone-tim. ar ft At a meeting of the Board of Dralnago Commissioners of Ohio county, Kontucky, hold nt tho Court Hohso', in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, June 7, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M. with nil members present, it was ordered thnt an assessment or tax of TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based up-o- n the original assessment for construction of snld ditch, ho made and levied against the lands and landowners located within the C. R. Rhoads, et nl., Drainage District, in Said AsOhio County, .Kentucky. sessment or tnx hcroby levied Is for tho purpose of cleaning oitt, repairing and maintaining said ditch and for tho payment of any oihor legit imate expenses incurred. The tax list and assessment roll hnvo been placed in the hands of the County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to whom payment may be mndo on or before July 26, 1920, without additional costs. If said assessments are not paid within the time nbovo specified, samo will be placed in the hands of the Sheriff to bo collected in the same manner as Stato and County taxes. Witness our hands, this June 25, 1920. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. By S. T. BARNETT, Pros. ) c2x I Kc , KAB0 The Live Model Corset The woman who wears smart clothes and knows how to wear them never loses sight of the one important fact that the corset is the foundation of style and elegance. It maltes or mars the effect of her clothes. 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Devote a few hours to the question of most vital interest to the whole county. , Be there July 5, 1 p. m. good-lookin- Low-lsbur- g, y soYen-year-ol- d cause,-.metho- County, Kontucky, held at the Court House, in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 7, 1020, at 10 o'clock A. M., with all the members present, it was ordered that an assessment or tax of TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based upon the original assessment for construction of Bald ditch, be made and levied n gainst the lands and landowners located, within tho Qeorgo A. Barnes,. et al., Dralnago District, in Ohio County, Kentucky. Said Assessment or tax hereby lovied is for the purposo of donning out, ropalring and maintaining said ditch and for tho payment of any other legitimate expenses Incurred. The tax list and assessment roll have heon placed In the hands of tho County Treasurer, 0. O. Hunter, to whom payment may ho mado on or beforo July 2C, 190, without additional costs. If said assessments are not paid within the tlmo above specified, same will bo placed in tho hands of, tho Sheriff to bo collected in the samo manner as Stato and County taxes, Wltnoss our hands, this June 2B, 1020. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COM'RS. OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. By s. T. Barnett, Pres. Attest: McDowell A.Foglo, Sec'y. J 4