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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaiv NUMBER 3 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, formally, tho opening of the "front porch" campaign nnd this organization hnB been pressing for tho honor of being tho first to be received. Saturday afternoon was selected po that shopmen might tako advantage of their hnlf holiday. Tho club will como to Marlon on a special train. Many Richland County farmers will make the pilgrimage by automobile. Wood Has Plon.nnt Tu-k- . "I had a very pleasant talk with R"nnt.ir Harding," said General Wood laK'r to the nowsnjpir oorrospen dents. "I havo no special statomont to make tonight, but will glvo out ono In Chicago Monday morning, nftoi I havo had tf mo to frame It. 'I found tho Senator very generally sympatic-ti- c with the yolltlus In which I am Iiitorcstod. I have already come '.lit with my adhcronco to tho party and As n Rpublican, I n'a tho nominee tural'v will support the part and nominee." Accompanied by Senator Harding, the general later visited the Marlon Club, where he shook hands with n largo number at persons who thoro to meet him. Tho goifor- al returned to Chicago nt 11:15 p. in. aftor a visit hero of three hours. W ml Vi'Sl.-- Harding Marlon, Q., July 10. Interest In tho activities of Senator Harding, tho proihloiUlal Republican nominee, inference tonlylit centored In with MnJ. Gen. Leonard Wood, contestant for tho nomination who called to assure the Senator personally of his support b) far as compatible with bis duties a an army officer. The a quiet confeienco camo at the end c'ay. spent by iho nominee in working on hij opcech of acceptance and receiving callers. Gonornl Wood did not reach Marlon .in'il nearly S p. m., and went directly tj tho Hardin; lunue, when; he had dinner with tho Senator nnd Mrs. ' FRIDAY, JAILED IN JULY 16, 1920. VICE PRESIDENT 'CHIEF PARTNER' Harding Would Elevate Office To Position Of Dignity IvIEMBER OF CABINET Af-- t With Voice In Nation's fairs Is Planned For Coblidge Mnrlon, 0., July 10. Senator Warren G Harding, tlio Republican nominee, announced .today his Intention, It cie-te- d President, of inviting tho Vice in President to participate, all cnlilnet conferences. A bulletin Is3tted from the Hordl'ii; headquarters says: ''Senator Harding believes tho country would greatly profit thru tho participation by tho Vlco President In tho cabinet conferences of tho admin- istration. "It uot only would elevate tho of Vlco President, but would give to tho President tho sound ndvico and able assistance of his chief partner hi handling the nation's affairs." Ttfiiiu Work of-il- ce t: . Senator Harding conferred with Gov. Calvin Coolldgc, of Massachusetts, his runnlngmato, nt Washington two wcoks ago on tho Issues of tho campaign. Ho has received numerous letters from every section of tho country commending him upon; this display ot team work. His announce- Harding. ment today Is a reply to theso lot tors, I The thrco days engagement of tho Iladcliffo Chautauqua, which closed hero Saturday night, was rather dis appointing to the citizens who guar anteed tho funds sufficient to bring the concorn here, and to those who , attended as woll. Tho receipts fell ideas." The plans of Senator Harding with considerably below the amount neces respect to his uso of tho Vice Presi- sary to sccuro tho attraction and. dency Is a development, It was therefore nocesslclatcd tho putting up of the senator's announce J ot private funds to make up tho do- campaign slogan "to substitute party i flclt. govorn- government for a ono-ma- n on Somo numbers tho pro- rjnont and a return to constitutional gram were excellent and form of government In this republic." cd whllo others wero pronounced very j common and In so far as high class In Touch Willi Senate. Vlco Pros!-- 1 tntr rinlnmoR'. was concerned, wre Ho has stated that the dm should bo more than a "mero rather disappointing. Hal tit', in waiting." It Is his ap- - grain i reunified and expect-s- l I cen Intontlon, If olected President en in n highly creditable maiitcr In to mako tho Vlco President tho off -, all probability the tent could not :lal medium ot communications bo- - havo contained tho audience both twecn tho administration and tho He- - Saturday afternoon and night senntors, thereby establish-- , stead only a small number attended. 1ng and helping to maintain cordial j when contracts for thts charncter nro made, nnd working relations botweon the, of entertainments tho legislative Chautauqua peoplo should bo and tho executives ot thd government. gated to do something other than to out Individuals or companies to Senator Harding has high ndmlra-.son- d tlor. of Governor Coolldgo as a capa- - merely fill tho holes in the program. 5j;e and patriotic American, n fearlesi if thoy wlah to succeed and make n. sklllod executive and n loyal Po-- . turn, engagements they should Ho believes that, with Gov-jvto exceed their promises or at crnor Coolldgo participating In the least measure up to expectations, Two disappointments successively, cabinet conferences, tho ndmliilstra-- j lion can get nn accurate report on in tho character ot entertainments "ho Sonate, while the Sonato will be givon and also from a financial stand-fcoInformed on administration po- - point as well, will in all probability llcles nnd tho reasons leading to tho causo tho business mon of thl3 town I shaping ot such policies. to play shy of tho Radcllffo or any With tho Vlco President acting In 'other Chriutauqua during the coming this capacity, tho Benntor expects to j year, and perhaps for several to bring about complete party teaniworK. como. Vo would not do anyono an in and to avoid a split between tho administration and the party represen- justice, knowingly, but in thus extatives In Congress. Working In har- pressing our honest opinion, wo feel mony, Sonntor Harding believes that that wo but voice the sentiment of an tho oxccutlvo nnd Vongress can ac- - overwhelming majority of thoso who compllsh much for tho welfare of thofnttendod ono or moro moetlngs hold re- horo by tho Radcllffo people and sin country in the way or after-wa- r corely regret that a true roport could construction legislation. Ho has personal knowledgo of, and not bo n booster article Instead of .experience with, the difficulties that otherwise ifaced President Wilson because of BUNGLING HUHLKSON. conflicts with Democratic leaders ot tho Sonato and Houso. Postmaster Goneral Burleson has Senator Harding docllned today nn Invitation to bo tho dinner guest in rulod that all employes In tho postal Chicago next Monday night of the 500 department on reaching the retiro-inen- t ago ot sixty-fiv- e years shall bo travollng salesman of Marshall Field or soparated & Co- - Ho will send a message of fe- automatically retired from tho service. Congress wrote InTho licitations and greetings. thru Georgo Wilson and to tho now law that it such mon to remain In service and their 'Wllllnm V. Hypres, assured him of chiefs cortlfy that thoy aro doing efunited support In the campaign. its Thp Richland County Harding and ficient work, thoy may bo retained on Coolldgo Club, with hoadquarters In the pay roll. Durlesou would prewho has ffllunsfleld, O., will bo rocelved by Sou-nt- fr cipitately fire everyono Harding, July 31. This will mark reached tho ago ot sixty-fiv- e. woll-rendoto glv-pare- nt es ro-a- nd encloa-jpubllcaor pt , do-si- re "Tl o sort of government I have la tho senator, commonted ajilnd," "ought to take advantngo of tho capacities and sorvices of tho A'Ico President, who IS tho second officer of tho I don't know why It government. hasn't beeu don'o long ago. Governor rl'olidge Is an experienced American executive and should havo helpful i o RECENT CHAUTAUQUA WAS UNSUCCESSFUL publlcnn Congress. Aftor 1870,. sufficient funds flow- WOOD STRONG FOR ed Into the public treasury to mpot CAUSING WORRY SLACKER DRIVE expenses. Tho debt Increased by tho SENATOR HARDING Democrats was decreased by the Republicans, nnd would havo been wip two or three years had It Attempt To Divert Funds Fourth Of Evaders Joined ed out in for tho war with Spain in Progressives And Real Pronot been Army It Is To Benefit Of War 1898, gress To Play-BiAgain In 1920, tho nation is In a Orphans. Learned Part bad way financially, economically and Industrially, Never before was thero so much discontent ns today. A Washington, July 10 Five thou- of warning has been sounded1. noto Uorlln, Juno 8. A great topic of Chicago, July 12 MnJ. Gen. Leon The discussion In parliamentary circles Is sand havo been con- times are perilous. The cause can bo ard Wood, In a statement today, tho fato of tho millions. victed in Federal Courts and givon traced back to Democratic administhat ho heartily Indorsed tho Tho Nationalists assort that It would sentonces of from thirty days to one trations, Democratic methods of govnominees of tho Republican party. Indicate fear If tho money wero not year ln prison, according to ropor;s ernment, Democratic waste and exunderstanding that tho progressiva handed over. Tho Socialists, on the compiled to.'.i.- nt tho Depart t'lcr. of travagance. elements of tho party aro to bo other hand, ropentcdly suggest that jWlcc. Tl. lty thousand ca'e.i rc- What 1& tho remedy? a complete brought into tho camnalcn nnti irtvon tho greator part of the naln to be luttsiigated.'but officials fostoratlon of confidence by a restora- - full representation and participation " fortune should go to the widows and said today that rapid prog-es- s was t'o.n of the to power in "The party can win thru united ef-being made In rounding up tho de bolh tho executive and legislative fortorphans of tho war. and' such clear and explicit de"Lot tho Hohcnzollern fnmlly enrn linquent" branches of tho government. claration of program as will bring tholr living by the sweat of their The figures, It was explained, do The Democratic administration, by tho large, Independent vote to its acbrow," thoy say. "Every Hohenzol-ler- n not includo cases of persons who Its policy, has encouraged disturbing tive support," the statement said. is tnught a trade." wero called In the draft and deserted, nnd dislntegra'Iug elements. It hns General Wood, who conferred with. A now featuro Is added co tho dis- - as such cases aro handled by tlis mili- let loose dangerous forces. It has Senator Harding at Marion, O., last puto overy day. Palace, plate, linen. tary authorities. baited the pollticnl hook with poison- week, defined what ho considered, Jewelry and forty castles lutho coun So far approximately L'75,000 cases ous doctrines and caugh: c nly Inter- necessary points In a "progressiva try are involved At a leccut sale of delinquents men policy," and declared tho party could who succeeded nationa, monsters. property belonging to the Again the nntlon will bo saved not win by destructive In avoiding actual entrtiioj intj the criticism. realized more than $10,00,000, and service havo been investigated by from its present pori! Ly the election Policy Forwnrd looking. it is estimated that the remaining the department out of a total of 33.K.-'- ot a Republican President and a Re"Tho party's policy must ho for property of tho Hohenzollerns in Berpublican Crngrss3. reports I The rdsui. of the lin nlone nmounc.i to 200.0fnl.000 For a third tlmo She credit and ward looking and constructive," the euow about 10.000 cases statement said, "ono which, while marks (nominally $50,000,000 ), failure to register and an equal wrltaro of the rc'th!lc will bo restor- recognizing America's responsibilities "This belongs to me," says the ed by tho Republican party. Louls-vlll- ii number of questionnaires. as the leading nation of the world, In effect. "It belongs to tho Herald. About 25 per cent of tho men listwill guarantee her freedom Iron state," thunder the Socialists; and nj ed as delinquents were found by the foreign control and class domination; soon as tho ownership of, Fay, the department k agents ASTRAY. to lu enlisted one which will safeguard. our tradipalaco linen is settled, another l'ttl? in tho American or Allied armies tional policies at home nnd abroad; matter crops up Involved about JCuU,- - without the knowledge of their local Hartford, and the Ohio, Circuit 000 worth of china. Couri, during the term Just closed, ono which will complete the enfranboards. chisement of women; which will Wlun the ex Kaiser's About 40 per cent of the draft ban been tho scene of tho most unFrederick William III, died he dodgers are accounted for by the de- usual litigation ever enacted in thl3 stand against ail forces and influences left not more than $200,000 a year In partment on the score of tho floating or any other civilized community. tending to break down morality, tho trust for tho Hohenzollerns. During population with no permanent homes John Stites, a man of some means, physical well being or the lolldarlty of our people. his lifetime he managed to rub along and somo 20 per cent arc considered approximately 60 years old, well "It must be a policy which will on $1,500,000 a year, which is con- as tiiat period unown as middle nonwillful delinquents who failed strive for a speedy return to a peace siderably less than half the sum his to perform their duty through Ignor- lif,e, was tried upon a charge of In- basis, Jo a government under tho con received as king of ance. cest, which In the category of crimes, . stitution; for economy, efficiency, re1 russia. up of cripples by intelligent human belng3 is ac- vision of war taxation; for a strongs Tho latter Is made was notoriously exTho counted one ot tho most heinous and delinquents who travagant. Ho began on a "salary" and willful unbelievable snd the least to bo con- but conservative foreign pi icy, a polservice. icy which will protect American lives of $4,000,000, in addition to which Careful attention la being given doned. The man's daughter, against and rights abroad; for the building was tho $2,000,000 a year from falso questionnaire returns, there officials whom tho crime was said to have trust fund. declared, as well as cases whore been committed, gave testimony posi up and protection of our agriculture tho and industries; for industrial justico His private Income amounted to wealthy men bought farms before tive that tho charge was true and in and shortly before the war tho call camo and obtained deferred addition to this daughter's positive based upon tho square, human hand tho Reichstag favored him with a fur- classification on tho ground ot nec- - statement another daughter swore ling of the issues between labor and. capital, remembering that labor Is: ther sum which brought his yearly cssary industry. that she had been an eye witness. a commodity nor a shattel. weil above a million sterling. Incomo Had tho trial Jury who heard all neither --- Must Defend Nntlon. lawyers first When tho the evidcuco and able plea's of the submitted their client's claims to tho FINANCIAL HISTORY attorneys believed the statements, "It must bo for tho improvement ot Reichstag the domands made were education; for a highly effiIS BEING REPEATED conviction would have undoubtedly publicarmy partly recognized. Since then the Soand navy, always ready followed. But Instead tho Jury with- cient cialist party has accused the in less than five minutes after the tho product of a truly American poli(By Edward N. Dingley.) of wishing to embarrass the case had been turned over to them, cy ot national defense; for the buildstate, and has raised the .quesIt is singular, but historically true, returned a verdict of not guilty, and ing up of a merchant marine and a tion ot tho origin of the millions of that the nation's Interests always threfore, In effect said that they' be- sound foreign commercial policy; for marks which the fallen ruler claims have been odd at tho closo of a De- lieved that tho two daughters will- tho careful supervision 'of our immito be his. fully gave uttoranco, under oath) to gration and the systematic Americanmocratic administration. A bill Is shortly to bo brought up in It was so when Buchanan went out statements violently untruthful. No ization of thoso who are accepted; tho Reichstag, but, in face of the So- ot office in 1801. other view than tho latter could have for the strengthening of tho sense oC cialist party's question: "Whore do Tho treasury was empty, discontent been held by tho Jury, (wo nre In- citizenship obligation at all timos, and tho millions come from?" was widespread and national dissolu- formed that only two members of the the adherence of these fundamental its foHo fs In the balance. Jury expressed any doubt whatever as principles and policies on which tho tion was near. The Republican party saved the re- to tho Innocence of the accused) and stability and permanency of our govpublic, restored the national credit if tho Jury had tho correct idea of ernment depends. VILLA TO RESUME "in short, a government of the peoand set the country jon its feet eco- the case and rightfully set the old REIGN OF TERROR nomically, financially and industrial- man at liberty, with a clean bill of ple, under a clean-cu- t, progressive ly. health, as it were, what then is tho policy, meeting and dealing with tho EI Pasco, Tex., July 10 Francisco Tho same thing was repeated In status of the case? We have the great issues of the present franklr Villa, tho Mexican bandit and revo- 1889, when Cleveland retired after sorry spectacle of a man who has and courageously with a view to solvlutionist, sent word to tho border to- his first term. topped the peak in lite, one who ing rather than avoiding thef." day by ono of bis agents that rejecTho industrial and commercial con- somo years ago commenced the detion of his terms by tho now Govern- fidence, long back ot the nation, dis- scent upon tho other sido, whose GRAYSON' COUNTY .STIIJj RAIDED ment would cause him to start a new appeared. Business was alarmed family for reasons known only to .reign ot terror in Northern Mexico over Democratic "tariff reform." Revenue officers Noah Reed and, thomsolves, willfully and through Villa, it was said, has discontinued Imports Increased, domestic Indus, perjury, are, or wero, endeavoring to Owen Mitchell, of Brownsville, and his operations until July 15 as tho tries lagged, men and women wero put him in tho penitentiary on a County Sheriff Eugene McCabe raided a supposed moonshino still near result ot an armistice arranged In out of employment. Thp public debt trupmed-u- p charge. negotiations last week. As abovo stated the crime with Poarman, this county, on Nolln RIvor. increased. Tho federal treasury was Tho agont said Villa had received In a bad way. which this man Stites was charged Is capturing about 350 gallons of mash, renewed pledges ot support from oth Confidonco was restored - by the a most heinous and repulsive one. and nothing more. No moonshiners er revolutionists, who wero against election ot a Republican President lu one for which tho laws of our land wero arrested, and no Bign of a still discovered. This Is tho first raid of the Cnrranza Government and now 1SSS. fall to supply ndequato punishment aro either actively at war or plan Again tho pendulum swung back t- - In our opinion. Yet on tho other this kind iu Grayson, though severnlng campaigns against tho Do la Domocracy, and In 1892 a Democratic hand tho crimo witli which the man al such havo boon made Edmonsoa Huorta reglinf. All ot those leaders President was elocted, with tho usual was charged pales Into iuslgnlficance 'in tho last fow weeks. Loltchfleld, were doclared opposed to, the 1917 result. Aftor four more years of whon compared with that of a Gazette. Constitution, and will seolc to have Democratic trial, tho country was in willful and premeditated attempt to a Government set up In Moxico tha a bad way financially and industrial falsely accuso and fasten this sort CANADIAN PROVINCE will restore tho Constitution of ;1857 ly. of a charge upon ono's father. VOTES FOR "HONE DRY" An American returning. to the borIn tho year 1895-9Wo are not prepared to, nejthor the federal der from a trip through Mexico sal-- l treasury was practically empty, and do wo In anywiso attempt to express St. Johns, N. B., July 10. Ths today there Is a wide undercurrent of tho govornmont a Democratic ad- an opinion as to the guilt or inno province of Now Brunswick, in a dissatisfaction in Mexico, and that ministration was oblldged to Issue cence of tho man accused and acquit roforendum today, voted to empower former Mexican Federal officers bonds In a tlmo ot peace to obtain ted, nor do wo presume to say that the government to retain tho present ousted by tho new regime nro creati- sufficient funds to pay the ordinary tho sworn statements of tho daugh- "bono dry" prohibition law passed ng" dissension. expenses of tho government. ters or others wero made up ot per- during tho war, and against IntroSouthern Moxico leaders, he said, Domestic industries lagged, soup jury and false testimony, which could ducing wine and bear licenses, aro particularly bitter because they houses prevailed, mon and women havo no moaning, other than, as declare most of the Government agen- woro thrown out of employment. dome ono said, a trame-uand the DIES GIVING IIIKTII TO TWENTY-SECONcies have boen filled by Sonorans There was an Industrial and economic Jury if believing as they did, in the CHILD Mexico City Itself, he said, is filled panic. Why? Because tho business lnnocenco ot Stltt's believed in the principally interests which Includes tho small frame-u- p with 12,000 soldiers, theory. Columbus, O., July 12. Tho moth Yaqui and Mayo Indians. as woll as tho largo Interests, the It makes no' dlftqrenco as to which er of twenty-tw- o children, including They wero taken there by Gen. P. manufacturer, the wholesaler and the sido of this particular case you look six pairs of twins and one set ot Ellas Calles, Minister ot War and retailor had no confidence in the nt, or form what angle you view it, quadruptlets, Mrs. Mary Durringtou. Marino, and theso have supplanted Democratic administration. the onormity of the crimo of some 39, 1 dead at her home here follow.11 othor soldiers In tho capital wheth-o- r Tho nation was literally rescued ono, or moro than one, to go unpun- ing the birth ot a still-bor- n child yes- -, former Fedoral or troops of other from bankruptcy by the election of ished is appalling. Justice in this torday. Only flvo of her twenty-tw- o a Republican President and a Ro- - enso has beyond doubt gone astray. leaders in the recent revolution. children survive. KAISER'S WEALTH 5,000 draft-ovado- rs - Ren-.t'lMN- - - er 14 be-yi- great-grands- or 0, p, D 'S&q Hartford Republican COMPANY powerless nnd at the morcy of every body else. Ho is In tho mlddlo of tho game, being played by both ends. Coal Is bringing the hlghost price over hoard of. Tho earth is full of It Minors say they don't get enough work, operators and dealers aro talk Ing famlno In fuol. It look3 like nil guns wcro trained on the man who Coal short-ng- o kcops the flro burning. more or less than talk Is nothing prlco boostor stuff, propaganda, put out to scare thoso who must have coal in order to sustain life. Thoso who operate mines are, beyond doubt entitled to a fair return on money invested and for labor performed Any sum beyond that extorted from tho people Is plunder, pure nnd simple. Methods preventing wholesale pillage at tho oxponso of the masses In so great a necessity as coal ought and to bo found In some manner, whllo wo are unalterably opposed to tho principle of government ownership or jporatlon, It look? very much llko tho Coal Barrons wero bidding for and courting that very thing. STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFluko.) PiiMlilicil Weekly by ISIKTPOIU) PRINTING Incorporated IV. S. TINSLKY, Kdltor and nustncM Mnnngcr. if any" wandorlng Chautauqua wants to hit this town wo refer them to Sftit Hunter and Henry Cnrson, for terms, guarantees and otc. Goorgo Jones brought us a.lmncli of octts one day this week, but wo use oats and If Jones wants to, 'Entorod according to law at tho ETostofftco, Ilarttord, Ky., ns wall onatter of tho second class. AUdrcBS nil communications Euo Hartford Ropubllean. cn't to gain and hold our friendship nnd esteem he ought to fetch us some rye. Mrs. Stop Sosh has promised to sond us $10.00 when sho "thrashes" her cats and you can bot'wo will bo mighty glad when the crop is ripe nnd When hnrvostcd, as we nre hard-uwo'r going to inwo git tho ten-spvest the whole shootlnmatch in sweet elder and thon bo kinder slow llko In usln It. p. ot NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Co a new address must glvo tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c adSXr lino, nnd 8c per lino for each ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of. Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautro, money til advance. Church Notices for services freo, lc por but other advortlsoments, receive no attention. Anonymous communications will TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland 59 123 otuday auiiY io REPUBLICAN TICKET. or President WARREN G. HARDING. President CALVIN COOLIDGE. ANNOUNCEMENT We nre authorized to announce the candidacy of Richard P. Ernst, of Covington, for U. S. Senator, from .Kentucky, subject to tho action of the Republican party. Wo aro authorized to announce IMarshall Duncan, of Springfield, as a. candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress in this district. Primary Election, August 7, 1920. "We are authorized to announce tho eandiddcy of W. P. Hays, of Nelson County, for Congress from tho Fourth Congressional District, subject to the .action of tho Republican party. the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., of Brockenridge County, for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District, subject to tire action of tho Republican party. "Wo aro authorized to announce It's dosrpeechniaking campaign. llars to doughnuts that tho other candidates will not ask tho Socialist xomiiiee for a division of timo. It lias been announced that Debs will inaugurate a sort of front cell "Villa occupied a prominent position nzt pago one, in most of the Sunday papurs. It looks as though tho Mexican bandit can't bo kept off of tho tmards for long at a tlmo. We thought that the Washington Administration was almost up to tho point or officially recognizing tho present rrslino In Mexico, and by the renewed bandit .uprising the broth was turned into the fire. At least that may be the rosalt. "Senator Harding's announcement that in oaso ho Is elected ho plans top take "lite Vice Prosident into partner-shiin tho business of running the novornment, will bo hailed with much Bstlifaction by tho country at large. "While as a matter of courso, tlu RWafost of lho duties and responsibilities must fall upon the Chief Executive, .there is no apparent senso In or scngo lor tho VIco President being n aniere hump on tho camel's back. To jpw away from tho mighty ono-ma- u rait te u thing this Nation is hungering 'tor. In "Gone" Dobs the Socialist candidate for President, ought to go Harding one better and announco that In caso he is elected to the position of Magistrate in chief, he Is going to MISS MARKS OIVES RKCEP- authority of governing TION FOR MRS. WOODWARD dolegato all country, making and approving the and such thing! Miss Lottie Marks entertained leagues of nations to his running mate. Tuesday afternoon from five to six, In honor of Mrs. with a reception-te- a Jim Cox was elected Governor of Ernest Woodward, of Louisville. The decorated Ohio by G.500, Warren Harding carl coins wero by 102,000 for U. S. with sweet peas, roses and ferns. Tho ried tho state contained a cut Senator, yet some people tell us that refreshment table chance to land glass basket of pink sweet peas held Cox has an excellent was surro.mded the state this fall. We admire the with nlnk Inllo and Mrs. Header-- j optimism of a fellow who hugs tho by pink ho'ly hocks. Leila Glenn and vision of a fat chance like Cox has son Murphrec, Miss Buckeye State. Miss Mary Marks served tea and In the who called were: Thoso jandwicticj. J. I. Goodman says that since Doc Mesdant3 J. C. Her, Louisville; A. old calf, which G. Barms', lia Bean, A. Carsons four weeks D. Kirk, E. was a sucker, broke Into the back K. Anderson. Ernest Blrkhead. H. E. room down at the rest rooms, whorv k, Mischko, C 0. Hunter, Rowan Wll-sothe Magnetic Healer was operating, Lee Simmerman, JoLn B. a damper on tho meeting S. Glenn, Z. II Shultz. it has nut James In those quarters. Goodman says the Belle Lyman Barrett, John wi-- h Will calf was vinly waiting it's turn Cooper, W. C. Blankenshlp. tha goats in the front room. Bean, Purd Cnsebier Mis3es Mattle v Sandefur, Daisy Wedding and Florwas you know, who had Carter, it ence Logan. such a tarnation oats crop that he o o-had to rent ground on which to shock MRS. MYRTLE GRAHAM:. the oats alter being cut. And Jop Hagerman whom Doc. Pirtle induccl Mrs. Myrtle Graham, wife of H. C to cut his grass, a mixture of timothy Graham, died at hor home, near Narand sweet clover, swears if it hadn't rows, Juno 13, 1920. Funeral ser- been for the fact that that feller Cnr-te- r vices were conducted the following had gotten his oats offen tho rentday, at Narrows First Baptist church ed land, Doc Pirtle never cou'd have by her former pastor. Rev. Birch found ground on which to shock thai Shields, after which her- - remains timothy and clover. It was tha. wore taken to Smith Cemetary for thick. Interment. She was 20 years, 6 months of aro A Rial says he got a wireless from was converted and joined the Baptist Governor Edwards and he said Billlo Church at Narrows at the age of 14. Brian told him that Lee Slmnionnan and was married to Herbert Graham, spent about all his timo while atMay 21, 1911. To this union wero tending the Sau Frisco Convention on born two children, Norman, now 7 thp Taciiic. out beyond the three years of age and Frances, now 3 null- J:tiit o's tho Revem.cr and years of ago. Wilson's cabinet could not bother or Myrtle took to her bed in March tterfere with 1 an and hi- - liou-una-l 1919 with the dreadful disease, tu- views with reference to his attending By the instruction of her berculosis. to his own pri.'.tc busfn.- -s in his own physician sire was taken to Hazel-woo- good way whenever and however lm sanitarium at Louisville, June might elect IS, 1919, but as no improvement "S at her request sho was brought Surgeons agreo that In cases of spend her lryrt dayr home, Nov. 15, to Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tin with her family. Sho bore her first treatment is most important patiently and her death was When an efficient antlsceptic is applipeaceful, easy and triumphant. ed promptly, there Is no danger' of By her sunny disposition, sho won Infection and tho wound begins to a host of friends wherever she went, heal at once. For uso on man or and never can that smiling face and boast, Borozono Is tho Ideal Antiseploving voica he erased from our mem- tic and healing agent. Buy It now ory. Tho work those hands have and be ready for an emergency. Price done; tho words thoso lips have ut- 25c, 50c," ?1.00 and $1.50. Sold by tered will stand as a monument to Ohio County Drug Co. m her truo womanly character. While her voice Is hushed here on earth MRS. FRED MILLER HURT there is one more voice in heaven singing praise with tho angels. Mrs. Fred Mlllor and daughter, of May wo all so llvo, that when near town, started out to gather berlife's fitful fever is over, wo will ries Tuesday, driving a mule, when a meet with loved ones over In that short distance from home it became beautiful beyond, where we'll never frightened and was in the act of say "Good-bye- ." running away when a man they met undertook to catch tho mule. It TEACHER'S EXAMINATION whirled around, turning the buggy over and In tho fall Mrs. Miller susSupt. Howard has received notice tained a dislocated shoulder and was from State' Superintendent Colvln that othorwlse brujsed nnd scratched. The a special examination for teachers daughter jumped from tho buggy am' will bo held In Hnrtford, August 0 was uni:surcd. and 7. This examination is for tho NOTICE purposo of giving those who, for any reason failed to take cither of tho former examinations or thoso Ladles' Union Suits 50c grado.'.HOc who failed, an opportunity to qualify. Ladles' Union Suits, 75c Rrado..nac Special instructions are given in Seal Pax Union Suits, $2.50 , grade 91.75 the State Superintendent's 'communi91.50 cation against employing teachers Mon's B. V. D's who aro not legally qualified, ns no Ballbrlggan Shirts and Draw50c nayment of public funds can bo paid ers, 75c grade . . , All slippers less 2G per cent. to teachers under such condition. i' am HUB CLOTHING CO. t MR. A. W. 1.00 AN. TO UNDERGO OPERATION OF PUBLIC INTEREST-Hol-broon, boars a loss rate of taxation than that of rail edao or other tangible por- sonnl property. Farm lands, mlooral rights, loasos, town lots, and all other tangible personal proporty not montlonod nboo should bo osjossc.1 nt 90 per cent of its nctunl value Actual value moans what It would bring at a fair volun'nij 'ule as of July 1, 1920. Wo know thnt If you adopt thl3 rulo you will vory materially tho assessment of your county. It is tho dcslro and Intention of the Stnto Tax Commission to finally get the assessment of property up to 100 por cent of Its vnluo, thereby enabling tho Legislature to decrease tho Stato rato of 40 cents. Wo hope that you will make such an assessment of your county, this year that It will not bo necessary for tho Stato Tax Commission to require tho County Board of Supervisors to finish your Job Wo bellevo tho taxpayers will not hi with nn increased asdissatisfied sessment when you have convinced thorn that you aro applying tho same rulo to each and every taxpayer In your county. Wo havo Just been advised by tho machinery Attorney General that used In crushing rock for ballast or grinding limestone to bo used as n fertilizer nnd machinery used In tho making of brick, should bo assessed Mlno as manufacturing machinery. machines and machinery used In connection with tho operation of mines Is not considered manufacturing machinery nnd should not be so assessed. Yours Very truly, STATE TAX COMMISSION, J. A. SCOTT, Chairman. ' Wirthmor Silk Blouses Savingly Priced at $6.75 The name "Wirthmor" on a Blouse is an assurance of many things; unfailingly it is an assurance of decidedly superior value. There are several delightfully pretty styles in the nev lot just received made of Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Pongee. All are cut on lines that insure perfect fit. We are especially glad to offer these blouses at this time when everyone is interested in keeping clown living costs. e AND DUKE'S CASH WILLILVMS AND CARRY SALE, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY .IULY 10 AND 17. 100 lbs. Chicken Grit 4 4 2 SI. 10 rlor, l.O." lbs. 30c Coffee 1.25 lbs. 35c Coffee 28 cans Chum Salmon or. Pumpkins, large can Telephone Batteries, Columbia No. 3 G, The supply is limited and no more of the same models can be had. Hence we urge an early selection. SOLD HERE ONLY U...-L. ' - per pair 7." lbs. Arbuckles Grain Coffeo 1.1.1 10 Chile Con Carne Tho above prices are for Cash "and Carry only. Goods charged wl'I bo sold at regular prices. - am ... CKNTERTOWN. Carson (Si Co. Plummer, of Louisa, Ky., visited his parents here last week. Miss Etta Holder, of Hartford, was tho guest of Miss Ida Matthews SunA. R. Hartford, Kentucky. day. Clyde Brown and family, of Ind.are visiting relatlcs d hero. Miss Lottie Kuykondoll was tho guest of relatives In Hartford, lasi weok. Sevoral from this place attended the Chautauqua at Hartford last week. C. T. S. Overton and wifo spent 'Sunday with friends and relatives at Shrove. Rev. J. B. Rayburn, of Elkton. preached at tho M. E. Church here, last Sunday. Ark . A. D. Woodward, of is here, visiting his mother, Mrs. M. E. Woodward. Mrs. Earl Tlchcnor spent from Saturday until Monday in Hartford, with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Balrd Mrs. Nannie James, Mrs. M. E. Woodward and son, A. D. Woodward visited relatives at Island, last weok. Willie Stevens .and Leonard left for Detroit, Mich., last Wednesday, whoro they havo employWi'-Hams Vital force is nature's antidote to cure the evils germs do, and prevent harm from their presence. Were this not true, the germs taken into the body through air, food and drink, would soon devastate the whole race. Get the spine right as a matter of automatic protection. The death rate goes up in degree as people are unable to resist disease when it crosses their paths. DR. J. S. BEAN, CHIROPRACTOR. Days at Horse Branch : Sunday, Monday, Wednes- day and Friday. ment. B. J. McKonney and family, of o, PROGRAM K III., Dr. McKennoy nnd family, of Louisville, visited their parents, Foster McKenney and wifo hero last week. . i i - KII'TII ANNUAL CO.WKNTIOX OHIO COUNTY CHRISTIAN IIII1LK SCHOOLS AND CHURCHKS OK CHRIST 1JKAYKR RAM, ' CLEAR HUN. Mr. Jesso Chapman Is very low, with lung trouble. 9:30 Mr and Mrs L. F. Johnson visit9:45 ed relatives ct Heflln Sunday. 9:55 Mrs. Fidelia Stewart, of Owens-boi10:10 is visiting relatives here tllia 10; 20 weok. ,Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hoover, of near Hartford, visited Mrs. Anna Hoover, Saturday night and Sunday. 10:50 Miss Eva Thomasson, of Heflln, Is 10:65 visiting her brother, Mr. Earl Tho11:05 masson, of this place, this week. Master Archlo Castile, who cut his 11:35 foot a few weoks ago, by dropping a sharp ax on it, is now thought to be 11:40 getting along nicely. 11:45 12:00 NOT ICE ADMINISTRATOR'S o, THURSDAY, JULY XJ, I'orcnoon K,MUO. ' n j Worker Uovotlonal w Mcr How Securo Decisions for Christ in tAo Illble School.. Dr. Oscar Allon Tho Restoration Movement Jamea , wnllam, How Vitallzo tho Dovotlonal I'orlod Miss Elizabeth Davidson Shall Wp Surrender tho New Testament Plea for Unity, to Dononilnatlonallsm, through rtio Inter- Church World Movement, or Otherwlso , J. S. Hawkins, Rnrllngton, Ky. ... Music. , , Rest Plans for Increasing Rlblo School Attondanco.Mrs. H. P. Rogors Open Conference upon Dlblo School Pioblems-Conduct- od by Stato (a) Time and Place, Appointment of Committees. Offoring. Roll Call. . . .Conducted Lunch and Recreation. (b) Future Work. to Worker with report from Schools Mr. A. W. Logan, who went to mora por bushel, many Lexington somp tlmo ago for medical Ji.00, and rfaamurs gao more attention to tho tieatmont was tecontly conveyed to wow3 crop than to the corn. Ard Rochester, Minn, preparatory to tho Mayo Bros,, Sanitarium, otiw. according to the govornment of for an operat'on". Mr. Logan haa Etlmato and predictions cro)i ttbusu connected with tho markets boon In Rochester about ten days but prices aro most curtain to go owing to tho crowded condition It Mill lowor than nt the close of tho has, so far, been Impossible to gain ataaniun lutt spring. Low or tobacco tendance to the hospital. Mr. Logan ami lih;hr sugar, flour, coal and lias btou doing fairly well, though hU nhysloimm think an operation clothing nro prospects not very to the weed producer, for ho Is uectMUiry, or ct least advisable. ttfcbacco xu lace of a badly demoralized market ami com bringing Ward, County Tax missioner, Hartford, Ky Mr. D. E. Com- la Doar Sir: You will roraombor that nt tho Annual Conferonco of County Tux Commissioners you wore notified that you would bo expected to nMeu nil live Intangible pergonal iirnuvrty, stock, agricultural Implements, agricultural products, manufacturing machinery and raw materlnl actually on hand at tho plant at 100 per cant value, tor tho ronboa that t of tr-el-r All porsons having clainu ngainst the estato of Thomas Morris, deceased, will present same to mo, at my placo of business in Hartford on. or "before August 15, 1920, or tho will be forovor barred. ERNEST MORRIS, Administrator. 2t3 1:30 1:45 3:15 CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S o 2:35 2:55 3:00 3:40 3:45 4:00 Afternoon Devotional Period I Tho Need of Now Testament Evangelism j. S. Hawkins Business Session. (a) Committee Reports. (b) Adoption of Futuro Work Program. (c) Secretary's Report jIra a Tho Need of Recruits for Ministry anuMisYlon Field', k P." Austin .'c. JMU31C Announcements, etc. Consecration Moments by Stato Worker, Adjournment. Opportunity and Imperative Needs. n .Ll"n D. Cartwrlght, Louisville . , J, ' k f Mr. nnd Mrs.Chnrlio Horrol and Wo pay cash ovcry day for eggs nnd family, of Rockport, wero In town poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Monday. VimtAY, JULY JO Mr. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, wns Clydo Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. In town Wednesday, on business. A. Park, of Clear Run, left last SatPERSONAL NEWS Ilavovyou seen thai John Dtor urday, for Akron, Ohio. AND SOCIAL EVENTS Tractor at J. D. WILLIAMS & RONS? Mr. Edward Turley Mullens, of Mr. nnd Mis. Lon Black, of Horton, Mt. Vernon, Is n guest In tho homo of If you need n doublo shovel or wore In ton luetduy. Cultivator go to ACTON BROS Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barnett. The Hartford Republican six refugees in barn AS'LIGIITENINO STRIKES BICYCLES plenty of thorn. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Mowing Mnchlncs nnd Hay Rnkes. ACTON DUOS. Mr. E. O. Barrass left yestorday Mesdnmes Howard Llnebaugh and Ho will probably re- - Rayhurn Russel, of Adalrvlllo, nro for Cincinnati, turn Sunday. the guests of Miss Mattta Duko ,' Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin will WANTED--T- le Hackers, will furvisit tbo Mammoth Cave, during the nish living quarters. Apply to coming week. HAROLD HOLBROOK, Got your cultivator from ACTON DItOS, Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mllllgan and family visited friends in Llvermore A limited amount of seed Irish Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Barnard and Saturday and Sunday. daughter, Helen, of Dundee, spent WILLIAMS & DUKE. Potatoes. Sunday In town, guestu of Supt. and For road and automobil) law In Mrs. W, E. Ellis left yesterday for which vou may be Interested bee tho Mrs. E. S. Howard. Dawson Springs, where she will spend last page of this issue. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes, of Bea-"v. a week. Dam, nnd Mrs. Self of Miss , Mrs. R. W. Slack, of Owensboro, Mr. J. M. WhUc, of Flint Springs, spent n portion of last week hero, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ad Frlzzelle, of Prentiss, were guests Sunday of Mr. wns n visitor here, while In town with her husband, Judge Slack. and Mrs. J. T. Moorman, of near Monday. Beaver Dam vs. Hartford, at Bea- town. Mr. C. O. Hunter returned Tues- ver Dam, Saturday July 17. Fast xMrs. D. E. Whitaker, of Island, afEveryone come. day, from a business trip to Evans-vlll- game assured. ter an extended visit with her daughInd. Mr. John A. Duke hns purchased ter, Mrs. Step Sosh and Mr. Sosh, Miss Kathleen Turner it visiting tho rcsldenco owned and occupied by left Sunday for Drakcsboro, to visit frlonds nnd relatives In Owensboro Mrs. Anna Lashbrook and daughter, her daughter, Mrs. Dink Milam and this1 week. Mr. Milam. Miss Myrtle. er e, 3tf . Hartford, Ky. During tho electrical storm which occurred Wednesday nfternoon, lightning struck n stock barn on tho premises of Mr. C. S. Rowe, near Centortown, In which sovcrnl persons traveling along the ndjacent highway. hnd tnkenrofugo. Mr. ArvIirLeisuro and son, Mrs. Bob Maddox, Mrs. Percy Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Taylor being some, or perhaps all, who were In the barn at tho time the bolt came In contact with It. A horso that Mr Lelsuro was holding was killed and Mr. Lelsuro wns knocked down and for a time was thought to be seriously injured, but he was doing nicely yesterday afternoon and has, or will soon bo entirely recovered from the shock. None of the other occupants of tho building wero Injured, other than to suffer momentnry shock. Tho barn was a total loss to Mr Rowo, together with several tons of hay, some wheat, one mule and other ltoms, ns the resulting fire destroyed (he barn and nil contents. HELFHICH BISHOP HURT Helfrich Bishop, a young man who works in tho mine of the Rockport Coal Company at Centertow'n, was Injured Wednesday by falling slate Whilo tho injury is not In any sense considered serious, yet Mr. Bishop will bo lald-u- p for some time, ho having sustained three broken ribs and additional bruises and cuts. "SOME OATS" Did You Say Voiles Oh Yes, We Have Them! Just received a SPINK, SPANK new line D57 Express The goods are in great demand, to-da- y. and have been exceedingly hard to get. They come in a large and varied assortment of patterns, and we are sure you will want a pattern when you .see themi Better come early to get a good selection. Their popularity and pretty styles will move them out in a rush. Creamery Dutter, none Mrs. Alec Howard and daughter Get It of CASEBIER Anna B., spent Saturday and Sunday here, tho guests of Mr. J. Y. Hager-nia- n & TAYLOR. ami family. Mrs. C. O. Hunter loft yesterday Misses Eva Wedding, of Owensbofor Dawson Springs, where she will ro, and Helen Renfrow, of Cynthinnu. remain two weeks. aro spending several days here, with William Jarho, of Owensboro, haa Mrs. Minnie W. Lee. accepted temporary employment with Miss Sophia Woener sustained a W. H. Rhoods. of near town. painful Injury In the nature of a Mrs C. E. Smith nnd Mrs. O. T. sprained ankle, Monday, when alightnurns went to Owensboro Tuesday, ing from a train in Beaver Dam. returning yesterdny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Robertson, of Mr. Ireland Harrison, of Chicago, Owensboro spent Tuesday and Wed111., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. nesday hore, with Mrs. Robertson's v brother, Mr. S. L. King, and family. H. Taylor, a few dnys this week, Ilrookfleld hotter made. Miss Elizabeth Davidson returned yesterday from a week's visit with Miss Sallye Coleman, of Paradise. The Prices Run From 50c to $1.50 per Yard. Besides these we are showing a complete line of Flaxons, Organdie, Mulls, etc., in all the The hot weather is now on us. Wear cool Clothes, wony less, and you will live longer. f "We have the remedy. See us. latest-coloring- s. Mis Coleman accompanied Miss vidson homo and will remain several days. George Jones of the Washington Dahere Country, brought a bundle o,f oats to this office Wednesday, that was grown on his farm, measuring flva feet and eleven inches In hoight. Mr Jones stated that a large portion of tho crop was so heavy and badly down that it was impossible to harvest It. The oats have exceedingly long and well-fille- d heads and the yield in grain would almost equal the enormous growth of straw. Dr. and Mrs. Roy R. Wnshcr, who hayc been residing In Chicago, 111., slnco their marriage, havo gone to Omaha, Nebr., to make their homo. .Irs. Washer was formerly Miss Verna Duke, of this place. te . r Mr. and Mrs. Step Soeh and daughMiss Ernestine Ralph left Monday Broadway, to assume her duties ters, Bonnie and Lena Roe, will go for as teacher In the school at that place. to Calhoun tomorrow, to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Will :o3h. Miss Mao Smith, who has been em Lewis Grey Brown, of Harrisburg. ployed to teach tho public school at Coffman, left Sunday to assume her Ark., arrived hero yesterday, to visit friends a few days. On his return position. home ho will bo accompanied byEHIs ) Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Dennett spent King. Saturday nnd Sunday with their son, Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook, who has Dr. C. Ross Dennett and Mrs. Bennett been ill for some time, left Tuesday in McIIenry. for LoulsvIHo, "where she will take Miss Martoha Culley, of Stanley, treatment at the Hazclwood Sanaand Mr. Bert Bnlrd, of Owensborj torium. wero guests Sunday of Mr. and Mri '"" Wo sell the NEW PERFECTION L. G. Barrett Coal Oil Stove. They are given up We have both tho 3 Mr- - and Mrs. Dink Milam nnd Ht-t- to be tho best. son, of Drnkcsboro, spent tho burner and the 41 burner. ACTON DROS. week-en- d hero, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Step Sosh. Mrs. W. S. Tinsley spent Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wright, of and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. W. Mrs. Ward, Nashville, Tenn., aro plaiting Mr. G'. Ward, of Jocreek. Wright's sister, Mrs. S. O. Keown, who has been sorlously ill, Is improving. nnd Mr. Keown. lo r-- n Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Felix will leave Gcorgo Delker Buggies in all styles of unexceptional value are on our here today for- Hinsdale, 111., where they will spend some time with their floor vfor your Inspection. daughter, Mrs. C. B. Knlskorn, and ACTON BROS. Mr. Knlskern. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster and Mr. Alfred Wheeler, ot Akron, Ohio, nnd Mrs. Carlisle Ronder were guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Ren is spending the week here with his mother, Mrs. W; S. Wheeler and der, of Denver Dam. family and brother Joy, and family, A full lino of Red Spot Paint nnd of Sunnyfule. Get your supply now Varnishes. See our lino of Magazines! Wo whilo tho painting season is on. aro going to carry a lino of MagaACTON BROS. zines regularly. Let us know your Mrs. J. C. Riley returned Sunday favorites nnd we'll get them for you.. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. from Owensboro, whore sbo hnd been some ten days, visiting rsatives for Messrs. J. B. Bruner, Oscar Haynos and taking treatment. v and Leonard Taylor, of near Whltes-vlllvoru gucst3 of Prof, and Mrs. Misses Maurlno and Margurite of Centortown, wero veek-on- d J, F. Bruner, whilo attending Circuit Brown, guests of their aunt, Mrs. Isaac Court herp Monday. Fostor, and Mr. Foster. Attorney M. L. Heavrln went to is no hotter time than right Bowling Green Wednosdny, on legal Thore now to buy that De Lavai Cream Sep- business. He will go from there to arator. Over 2,500,000 in dally use. Cincinnati, Ohio, returning home tho J. D. WILLIAA'!? & SONS. first of next week. e, For special bargain in 10 Miss Ednr. Black, who had besn visiting friends nt Calhouni returned Portable Fairbanks Morse Type Sunday, nccouip.inl)d by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ticheudr, of thai place. II-- P 55 Oil Engine bought beforo tho advance write today. t A FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL CO. Hay Harvest is here and wo ha?e Messrs. Ernest Morris, Gayle Taytho KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, lor and Frannlo McKonney returned good Guaranteed kind. that ' hero Sunday night from Flint, Mich , WILLIAMS & DUKE. where they had beentor automobiles Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Cook, who havo for tho firm of Taylor and Morris. been employed to teach the school at Mrs. Honry Hoover and son, HenNo. 19, near EcholB, left herb Monry Jr., of Honderson, spent from Friday, to commence in their work. day until Sunday hero, the guests of I'HKSII MEAT I will deliver Mrs. Hoover's father, Mr. .C. F. choice Beef at your door every Sat- Schapmlro, and other relattves. They urday morning. Prices from 12c to wero accompanied homo by Mr. Hoov- 22c per pound. Watch for tho wagon. or.'who had come up a few days pre vious. CLAYTON SHOWN. 2tt FOR SALE One complete, o Saw Mill Outfit. Also will have BEAVER DAM SECOND n lot of lumber for sale after August TEAM DEFEATS LOCALS 1st. For information call or write 3t2p J. B. YORK, Denver Dam second team defeated Olatun, H. No. 1. Home Phone. tho Hartford second team Saturday by tho score of 14 to 8. The game Mr?. B. T. Bamett visited her ton. was a loug drawn out affair with nil Mr. O. W. Wallace and family at merous mlfccuts and many runs. Doth Central City, Wednesday. She wns teani3 were about evenly matched accompanied homo by her grandbut thj Beaver Oam boys had the children. Elwood, Kenneth and Mar- edge on the local boys when it came garet IlPlen, who will spend two to hitting'. Both teams have good weeks fcuie. matorlnl with which to build up good COOLSPRING ball clubs and plenty of practice will Dr. Charlie Hcavrln, of Louisville, make tho next game Interesting. who had been spending a few days Mr. Ellis Robinson and family, of hero with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Caneyville, are the guests of their BEECH VALLEY left Wednesday for Owensboro nnd father this week. accompaHawcsville. Mrs. Heavrin Mr. George Wilson and wife and began Mrs. Olla T.uff, of Dundee, nied Dr. Heavrln going through by school here Mo'iday. little son, of Jasonvllle, Ind., visited automobile. Several from here attended sing- relatives In Ohio and ButlerCounty last week. ing at Magan Sunday. Mr. Willie Ferguson and Miss AnMiss Sophia Woener and Mrs N. Crops are looking fine In this vicinna Robinson surprised their friends Belle Cooper returned Monday from ity. Most of thorn nro. late. Louisville, where they had been visitMiss Valaria Brown, of Askins, by going to Deaver Dam Saturday, ing relatives a few days. They were visited her sister, Miss Edna Brown, and getting married. Miss Edna Ferguson Is ill with accompanied home by their cousin, this week. Miss Clareeo Bachus, who will spend Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ralph and measles. Mrs. Earl French died at her home several days here. children, of Beaver Dam, spent Sun in Beaver Dam, last Tuesday and the day with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Magan spent Sat- remains were brought to Cool Sprlnes Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baltzell and urday night and Sunday with Mr. Wednesday afternooh for burial. Fundaughter, Miss Margaret, of Dodge, eral services were conducted by Rev. Kan., and Master Thomas Fowler, of Wilbur Dever and family, of Narrows. "Shields. Miss Ledla Denton nnd brother, Hutchinson, Kan., arrived hero the Mr. Wilbur Lake went to Owensbo-- o Larkin, of Fordsvllle, are visiting latter part of lost week to spend this week, on business. their grandmother Mrs. Meek Wright. hero and elsewhere in the Mr. Thomas Tate spent Saturday Mrs. Forest Richardson and baby County, with relatives and friends. Misses Anna and Alpha Taylor, of night and Sunday in .Butler County. School began hero July 12, with Owensboro, visited their brother, Mr Mr. Earl Coppage, of Bragadoclo, Win. Taylor and family, last week. Mrs. Anna Robinson Ferguson as Mo., who has been spending a few Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patton, of Hart- teacher. days hero with his mother, Mrs. Lula Mr. and Mrs. Hallle Elliot and ford,' spent from Monday until WedF. Coppage, and his sister, Mrs. O. C nesday with their daughter, Mrs T children, and Miss Mary Kitchens and Martin, and Mr. Martin, left yester- S. Miller, and Mr. Miller. Mrs! Dlna Beasley, wero in Hartford day for his home, accompanied by Miller, Lee P. Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. . his mother, who will likely spend Millor, Edna and Valaria Brown and summor In tho MIssojiI town. tho L1VIA, ROUTE; 2. spent Sunday with Elda C. Pnttqn e. Mr. R. A. Duko and family, of Mr. J. B. Tnppan and son, Park, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moseley and went to Louisville, Sunday. Park reMrs. Myrtlo Taylor happened to children spent Sunday with rolatives turned home Tuesday, while Mr. quite a bad accident last week, while at Owensboro. They wero nccompa- Tappan, on being apprised of tho on her way to Magan. Tho howe she Inled horn 3 by Mrs Mosley's nephew, Mrs. M. H. wrfs driving becamo frlghtoncd and-- lllttlo Meredith Par?, of Henderson. death of his sister-in-laI Tappan, went from Louisville to she Jumped out of tho buggy nnd Oklfl. lire Dnhnlln Tlnulnv. nf Franklin to attend the burial which several bruises. homa, is expected to arrive In a fcw was to havo occurred thero yesterday. a. days, to visit her sht$r, Mrs. William OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Draco of this place. ADJOURNED AVEDNESDAY R. M. WOOSTER AND W. E. ELLIS MJss- - Carrie Mae WJgg'nton has residing on adjoining lots, Hartford gone o Ovensboro, whero sho will acwill sell at public auction, Saturday Tho Ohio Circuit Court disposed cept a petition in a cigar factory at July 24th, 1920: household goods, of the docket and adjourned the-Julthat place farming Implements, Wagons, ono term Wednesday at nocn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and nnd two horse; Maxwell Car, Cream ' Commonwealth cases disposed of children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hoover. jsoparator, also a lot of Bank and were: Mr. and Mrs Bennio Blair and llt-Store Fixtures and numerous otnor John Stltcs, charged with Incest, things. Saje will legln promptly at Acquitted. son, J. B. Iji't Saturday for Miami, 1 6'clock p. M. Jake Dowen. Judgment of $50 00. Arizona. Hill Douglass, Judgncut and $10. Miss Desslo Drace Is very ill, of Mary Heavrln, shooting In sudden spinal trouble. You aro Invited to call and seo my Mrs. Minnie Price, of Ovvcnsboro, now Doutal Office, just opened ovor heat and passion, judgment and $50. 3 visiting re.!it:vcs at this jtuwn. Rox Arbucklo, houso breaking verDeposit Bank. Besides tho convenMr. and Mrs. T. D. Doll spent Suniences wo now have, we aro Instilling dict of Jury, guilty and sentenced 'to Mrs. D. S. oloctrlcnl equipment that will help tho School of Reform for two yeara day evening with Mr-aHudson Flenjr, houso breaking, French. moro proficient. mako our services plea of guilty and given two years In Our new pastor, Rev. J. C. Craig. Lady attendant. tho penitentiary. Is exrectrd to preach at Mt. Carmob Yours respectfully, Motion to sot tho judgment aside Ralu day and Sunday. DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, in tho latter case on tho grounds that Mr and Mrs (.'ultman Cundtff and Bank BIdg., Rockport. Ky -Office hours 8:30 A. M. to 4:00 P. M defendant hsd ocently boon declared Ilttlo children spent Sunday with Mr. a lunatic nnd confined In tho Insane and Mrs. R. R. Cundltt. Mr. and Mrs. E. Church and. chilDuring April 5,345 boys and 4,959 asylum, was sustained by the Court and a now trial will bo given. dren, of Ploasant Ridge, spent Sun- in London. girls wero born ys Sun-nydalsus-nlny & 1 nd jEtetbSGix I dy oen!ng with Mr and Mrs. Elmer Wilson. Mrs. Martha Northen, who Ims been very ill at tlio hom3 or Iipr rooghter, Mrs. i;org Patton. or East View, has returned to her Iicaicv "" at this place. Mr. Caney Davis mad' a busmesa trip to Hartfcrd one da last weolc . , HORTON. Mr. John Dlack, of Akron, Ohio, fcs visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Black, of this place. Mr. and Mis. Albert Wright,, ai this placo, visited friends at last week. Mr. Den Wlllet and daughter Zelma, of Broadway, visited Mr. omS Mrs. L. T. Wright,' from Saturday mi-t- il 2c-Hen- ry, Monday. Mr. J. P. Thompson is visiting Bister, Mrs. Mary Felix, of Olaton. his Several from this place attended the one-da- y fair Saturday. Mr. A. V. Thompson, of Louisville visited his mother,- - Mrs. Sarah TUaoc-pso- n, of this place Sunday. Tne lightening killed a fine mate owned by Mrs. Mag Hammcns, Saturday night. V'j had a quiet wedding fit o&r neighborhood Monday, when Miss Addle Ford and Mr. Emmett Cushioxi-borr- y, of Louisville, wer.e marrfciIL Miss Ford Is a quiet and attractive-- , young lady. They left t for touts;-vll-jo Tuesday, where they will mako their future home. mrs. m. ii. tappan : m deai. an, News has been received here oftfte: death Monday of Mrs. Melroso which occurred In Coffmanw Texas. Tho telegram conveying tlt Information stated that Mrs. Tappan. dropped dead. The remains wero conveyed to Franklin, Ky.,. whoro burial took place yesterday. wero conveyd to Franklin. Kyo, whre Mr. and Mrs. Tappan formerly resided in Hartford whero they were originally Miss Lula Shugnrt, daugb.-qul- to well known. Mr?. Tnppan. wis ter of Rev. O. W. Snugart. Mrs. Tappan is survived by her husband and a son 12 years of age; LADY .MACCABEES give pie suvprcrc TO A plo supper' will bo given by tlw Lady Maccabees, at tho lodgo halt. Thursday, July 22, at S:flO P. M. Everyone Invited bring' your, pjd wttlfc you, Don't fail to bo there. EVA L. 4 - A. Begins Friday July 16th, Closes Saturday, July 31st. To Buy at Loom-En- d - Prices You Must Pay Cash for Your Purchases Semi-Annu- al Store Will Be Closed Thursday, July 15th, to Mark Down the Stock for the Big Sale There has been much agitation and speculation in the last sixty days on the Our Bargain Feast Will Be Spread high cost of living. A great many stores in the larger towns have put on disOn July 16th, count sales, reducing the prices twenty per cent on their entire stock, claiming they are performing a patriotic duty by reducing the high cost of living. The real reason in most cases was, they marked their merchadise too high in the first place, and even after the 20 per cent reduction in price they were still getting as much or more for their merchandise than merchants generally all over the country. In view of this patriotic camouflage, we wish to call your attention again to our policy: - We Have Always Set the Pace In Price We have always depended on small profits and big volume of business to make money. Any merchant who sells merchandise grade for grade cheaper than we do- will soon be looking for a new job. With these facts before you, we want to venture the assertion, that the high cost of living can't be materially reduced until the demand along every line is less than the supply. The beginning is not even in sight. Don't be deceived, supply your needs. With liberal reductions in prices you can always buy ahead and save money. - Hundreds are looking forward now, waiting anxiously for the money-savin- g opportunities it affords. According to our usual custom, we have ransacked every department in our store for odds, ends and broken lots. Every short length that we can give you at less than manufacturer's cost. Besides the accumulation from our regular stock, we have assembled thousands of yards of Loom-En- d Calicoes, Percals, Ginghams, Shirtings, Silks, Scrims, Pajama Checks, Organdies, Voils, White Goods, Etc., which we offer you at less than manufacturers cost today, and considering the present price levels and the price of merchandise for fall, this sale will be one of the biggest money-savin- g sales we have ever had. t Remember the Date. Be on Hand the First Day, and come back every day until you are sure you have seen everything we have on the bargain tables. May be you will buy something, and may be you won't, but come and see what's doing. Clothing Department It has been an effort to keep a representative assortment of young men's Suits, all the season. It has been a big season and a few odd Suits here and there has made up an assortment that will certainly interest the man who is in the market for a suit. The middle-age- d man who wants a neat suit at a little price won't be disappointed. Men's Regular $18.00 Suits, Loom End Price . .$13.95 Men's Regular $20.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 15.95 Men's Regular $22.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 16.95 Men's Regular $25.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 19.95 Men's Regular $28.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 21.95 Men's Regular $30.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 23.95 Men's Regular $35.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 24.95 Men's Regular $38.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 27.95 Men's Regular $40.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 29.95 Men's Regular $45.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 32.95 Men's Regular $50.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 37.95 Loom-En- d Ready-To-We- ar Department ' Shoe Department i We prefer not to carry over a Suit, Coat or Dress in this department, and we are pricing them so low .ihat we feel sure of making a-- clean sweep. They new styles, most of them prar ara made in ' tlcarfor any Reason of the year. V i ;3S3!f?fr" "7 " ' top-notc- h, 'in -- Here is where you want to do some close looking. Here is where your dollars can earn a splendid dividend. All odd pairs and broken lots to be cleaned put at a sacrifice. Many pairs come from lots bought quantities at the early stage of advancing prjces. Department Ladies' Coat Suits : In Triccotines, Serges, Poplins, Jerseys, and fancy Worsteds. Most in the Standard Navy Blue Color. Indies' Regular $15.00 Suits, Loom End Price $10.95 Ladies' Regular $17.50 Suits, Loom End Price 1 1.95 Ladies' Regular $18.50 Suits, Loom End Price 12.95 Ladies' Regular $20.00 Suits, Loom End Price 14.95 Ladies' Regular $25.00 Suits, Loom End Price 16.95 Ladies' Regular $30.00 Suits, Loom End Price 21.95 Ladies' Regular $35.00 Suits, Loom EndPrice 24.95 Ladies' Regular $40.00 Suits, Loom EndPrice j 29.95 Ladies' Regular $50.00 Suits, Loom End Price 34.95 Ladies Regular $55.00 Suits, Loom End Price 36.95 Ladies' Regular $60.00 Suits, Loom End Price 39.95 Ladies' Regular $65.00 Suits, Loom End Price 41.95 Ladies' Regular $75.00 Suits, Loom End Price 46.95 Ladies' Regular $85.00 Suits, Loom End Price 59.95 Every Suit an exclusive style, no two alike, and only one suit left of a price in some prices. . , VLadies Slippers, values up to $7.00, Loom End v Price $3.95 Ladies Slippers, values up to $7.50, Loom End Price 4.95 Ladies' Slippers, values up to $9.00, Loom End Price 5.95 Ladies Slippers, values up to $12.50, Looni End Price 6.95 Ladies' Slippers, Regular $10.00 values, Loom End Price 7.95 Ladies Slippers, Regular $12.00 values, Loom End Price 8.95 Ladies Slippers, Regular $14.50 values, Loom End Price , 10.95 r Ladies' Oxfords and Pumpsv - - Thousands of yards of Loom End Calico,Regu-la- r stock is worth 25c per yd. Loom End Price per yd 12 Jc Thousands of yards of Loom End Percales, e standard Percale worth 40 and 'ard-wid- SUcts per-y-d . Ladies' White Canvass And White Kid Oxfords And Pumps Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $1.50 value, Loom End Price $1.19 Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $2.50 value, Loom End Price 1.95 Ladies White Slippers, Regular $4.00 value, Loom End Price ... 2.95 Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $5.00 value, Loom End Price 3.95 Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $6.00 value, Loom End Price 4.95 Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $7.50 value, Loom End Price 5.95 Ladies' White Slippers, Regular $12.50 value, Loom End Price 8.95 10 per cent off of all Ladies' and Children's Slippers, not specially priced. 1 Boys' Two-Piec- e Suits Boys' Regular $10.00 Suits, Loom End Price . .$ 7.45 Boys' Regular $12.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 8.95 Boys' Regular $15.00 Suits, Loom End Price . . 10.95 Give your clothing necessities prompt attention. The lots are small but good. Ladies' Coats Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Regular $12.50 Regular $15.00 Regular $25.00 Regular $27.00 Regular $30.00 Regular $35.00 Regular $38.00 Regular $40.00 Regular $50.00 '" ' ; Harness And Saddlery We are going to discontinue this line altogether. If you need Collars, Bridles, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Buggy Whips, Trace Chains, Saddles, Halters, Breast Chains, Girths, Hame Strings and many other things it will pay you big to be here first day of this sale. We are going to sell all we have and won't get any more. Horse Collars, Regular $10.00 value,Loom End Price $ 6.75 Horse Collars, Regular Loom End Price '4.95 Horse Collars, Regular $5.50 value, Loom End Price 4.45 Horse Collars, Regular $4.00 value, Loom End Price 2.95 Horse Collars Regular $3.50 value, Loom End Price 2.45 Horse Collars, Regular $2.00 value, Loom End Price 1.45 Buggy Harness Regular $25.00 value, Loom End Price 17.95 Buggy Harness Regular $30.00 value, Loom End Price 19.95 , Wagon Harness, Regular $10.00 value, Loom End Price 7.45 Wagon Harness Regular $12.00 value, Loom End price 8.45 Saddles Regular $18.00 value, Loom End Price 12.45 Riding Bridles, Regular $2.75 value, Loom . End Price 2.05 Work Bridles, Regular $3.00 value, Loom End Price 2.25 Work Bridles, Regular $2.50 value, Loom End Price $1.95 Work Bridles, Regular $2.00 value, Loom End Price 1.45 All the rest of the line in the same proportion. You will need some of it. Come in and see it. $6.25-value- , -- Coats,Loom End Price $ 8.95 Coats, Loom End Price 9.95 Coats, Loom End Price 16.95 Coats, Loom End Price 18.95 Coats, Loom End Price 19.95 Coats, Loom End Price 22.95 Coats, Loom End Price 25.95 Coats, Loom End Price 26.95 Coats, Loom End Price 33.95 Ladies' Dresses Triccotines,Serges, Poplins,Jerseys, Satins, Organdies, Voiles, Crepe Meteor" Georgettes and Taffetas, in snappy styles and good colore. Long and short . . Ladies' White Canvass Shoes Ladies' Shoes, Regular $2.50 value, Loom End Price $1.95 Ladies' Shoes, Regular $4.00' value, Loom End Price 2.95 Ladies' Shoes, Regular $5.00 value, Loom End Price 3.95 Ladies' Shoes, Regular $7.50 value, Loom , End Price 5.95 Ladies' Shoes, Regular $10.00 value, Loom End Price 6.95 ' CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS of .all kinds. Don't leave the children out. We have some good bargains for them also. BOYS' OXFORDS at the Sale Price is a big buy. See them. sleeves. j Loom End $ 7.45 Ladies' Regular $10.00 Dresses, Price Ladies' Regular $12.50 Dresses, Loom End Price Ladies' Regular $15.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $18.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $20.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $25.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $30.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $35.00 Dresses, Loom Price Ladies' Regular $40.00 Dresses, Loom Price . . . Ladies' Regular $50.00 Dresses, Loom Price -- One lqJtof yard-wid- e white Scrim, hemstitched and lace effect edge. A regular 25c per yd. value. Loom End price per yd. . . ' . . . 19c One Lot of staple checked Ginghams, assorted checks. A regular 30cts per yd value. Loom End Price 24c One lot of solid blues and fancy striped Everett Cheviots, a regular 40cts per yd value. Loom End Price per yd 29c One lot of Fancy Dress Gingwide hams, a good 45c per yd value, Loom End Price per yd 29c One lot of wide Fancy Dress Ginghams, in Stripes, Plaids and Checks, a regular 40cts per yd. value, Loom End Price 29c One lot of yard-wid- e Pajama Checks, a regular 40cts per yd. value, Loom End Price per yd. .29c One lot of yard-wid- e solid colored Percales in blue, red and black. A good 40cts. per yd. value. Loom End Price per yd 29c One lot of wide fancy mercerized Shirtings, a good value at 40cts per yd. Loom End Price per yd 29c One lot of fine quality, fancy dress ginghams, plaids, stripes and checks. A regular 45c per yd., value, Loom EndPrice per yd 34c One lot of wide fancy plaid Dress Ginghams, fine quality, and a beautiful finish. It's good at 50c per yd. Loom End Price 39c One lot wide colored Organdies, pink, blue and lavender also same grade in white. A beautiful quality and worth $1.00 per yd. toom End Price per yd 79c One lot of 3Linches wide silk striped Shirting Crepe. Regular silk shirting styles and eveiy pattern a good one. A regular $2.00 per. yd. value, Loom End Price per yd $1.48 One lot of wide Fiber Silk Shirtings. This will make beautiful Shirts and it's a splendid quality, well worth $2.50 per yd. Loom End Price per yd. .$1.69 32-inch- X es i - 27-inch- es 32-inch- es 32-inch- es 40-inch- es I . 32-inch- es ..... 8.95 End 9-9- Men's Straw Hats Men's $1.25 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price $ .75 Men's or Boys' $2.00 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price 1.50 Men's or Boys' $2.50 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price 1.65 Men's or Boys' $3.00 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price 1.95 Men's or Boys' $3.50 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price 2.35 Men's or Boys' $4.00 Regular Straw Hats, Loom End Price 2.65 Men's or Boys' $4.50 Regular Panama Hats. . 2.95 Men's or Boys, $5.00 Regular Panama Hats, Loom End Price 3.65 Men's or Boys' $6.00 Regular Panama Hats, Loom End Price 3.95 The new Sailors Panamas, Babcocks and all the popular straws and styles. 5 End 12.95 End 14.95 Men's Low Cut Shoes Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price Men's Regular Price $8.00 $8.50 '' End 17.95 Oxfords, Loom End Oxfords, Loom End Loom S5 95 6.25 6.95 End 21.95 End 23.95 $9.00 Oxfords, $10.00 Oxfords, End End 26.95 Loom End .- -- End 29.95 $12.50 Oxfords, Loom $14.50 End ' End 7.45 8 95 Oxfords, Loom Take a Look At our lines of Wash, WooLand Silk Skirts. DON'T FORGET THE CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES. Our Ladies' and Children's Gingham Dresses will look good to you. Don't allow anything to escape you or you are liable to miss the veiy thing that you are most interested in. $15.00 Oxfords, Loom End'' 9 95 s 10.95 Millinery Department Special showing of strictly summer HATS, IN LEGHORNS, PENUT, MILANS, ORGANDY and MALINE HATS. " DON'T FORGET THE CHILDREN HATS, Sash Ribbons and Ribbons for Camisoles, specially priced. ONE-HAL- F PRICE ON ALL TRIMMED HATS. This means we want to clean up for theseason. And Oxfords with rubber soles. Men's Regular $2.25 Shoes and Oxfords $1.45 Men's Regular $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords 1.95 Men's Regular $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords 1.95 Big bargains but supply is limited. 10 per cent off of every man's shoe in the store. Men's White Canvass Shoes Furniture and Stoves TEN PER CENT OFF ON ALL FURNITURE AND STOVES. It would be a good time to buy a Majestic Range or a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove. Look everything over in this department. 10 per cent IS A GOOD SAVING. E. P.BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER DAM, S4444 KENTUCKY M Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .Leo and CIRCUIT COURT. tho enguo of nations as tho Ideal set- children visited their undo, Mr. E IS ISSUE LEAGUE Judge R. W Slack, Oweniboro. tlement of tho war that Mr. Cum- - W. Wright and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Drule drlffln visited Com'th. Attorney non nnm vhou, lintli ...I.!. tMnliAn tint n .. JH C. E. Smith, HartI'wwi uuiti IlliUhS IIIUIVCJJ . ,. .,.,. -j mu iivuuug. rm. Mr. Orlffln'a- -fntlinr- Sntnnlnv nnil . i hu jor ur. ijsuu nnu ford. party chairman should havo delegated , Sunday. Wilson Forced Pet Policy On ... ....... Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Martins tasK 10 some ono uower niiaiiu- Master CommlMloncr Otto C. Nominees, Senator cd to perform it, for it Is n most dlffl - i JIrs- - Nelson's parents Saturday night, tin, Hartford. Says M,ss Lenn Adams, of Cromwell, cult task ,Mr Cummlngs was look- Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Ing down upon nn nudlenco composed . visited air. anil Mrs. otna Daniel n Hartford. w nys last wceK. in part of Democratic senators who 1st Monday in March H days Mrs. Llzzio Roach went to Owens Marlon, O., July 13. Senator Harhad spent months of anxious study in Com'th. and Civil. to reconcllo their loyal- boro Saturday, whero she has been 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. ding charged In a statement tonight the endeavor ty to their party leader with their taking treatment by Dr. Schroater. that President Wilson had forced tho 1st Mouday in July 12 days Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wright nnd presidential and vice serse of patriotic duty Theso senaDemocratic l Com'th, and Civil. presidential nominees to nccept his tors had gono far deeper Into tho children, and Mr. and Mrs. Garlln 3d Monday In Septenibor 12 days questions raised by the league cove- Nelson spent the day with Mr. and views that tho League of Nations Civil. nant than Mr. Cummlngs could be ex- Mrs. Willie Myers and family Sunday. 4th Mondny in Novembor 12 days should beceno the dominant cam Mr. and Mrs. Bob Acton and little pected to go, and 21 of them had votpalgn Issue. Tho President's! ono t Com'th. and Civil. said, Is the "vln-.11-ed for reservations which President son, Dclbert, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. iwiccrn, tho COUNTY COURT. inn nf Vila fnrnlrrn nnllcv." and Wilson described as "nullifying." The Schroader and Httlo daughter, Anna senators are strorig party men, well Rhea, spent tho dny with Mr. and Meets first Monday in each month. bo insisted upon "his Issue regardless Judge Mack Cook. knowing the advantage ot unity In Mrs. Dorman Hurt, Sunday. nf Wists or consequences." Mr. Mose Polls and son, of Drakes-borcandiCounty Att'y. A. D. Kir. party policies and actions. The poli"The Republican party and vlsltedMrs. Daniel Ashby a Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. tical lives of. many of thorn depenl dates gladly accept the challenge," Sheriff S. A. Brntcher. largely upon the degree of their sup- few days last week. , the statement said. "We are moro Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Schroader, Superintendent E. S. Howard. port of President Wilson. It had been than willing to make tho election a whose homo is at Akron, Ohio, have question Jailer Worth TIchonor. said that the Republicans had mad national referendum on tho D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner opposition to the league a partisan been visiting friends nnd relatives whether wo shall have four year.t Surveyor C. S. Moxley. matter. This, if true, would have hero tho past week. Mr. Schroader more of tho Democratic readiness to in a few days Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Eono far to Justify tho Democratic will roturn to Akron surrender this republic." league, ev- but Mrs. Schroader will spend the senators in supporting tho Jtooscvclt Defines Issue. FISCAL COURT. summer here, with en if they privately disapproved of it remainder of the The statement resulted from tho Derr.o-qrntrelatives. D. RooseMeets first Tuesday in April and announcement of Franklin Summer Complaint In Children Therefore the action of these October. senators in voting against There is not anything like so many velt, the vice presidential candidate, 1st DLstrlct Ed Shown, Hartford, following his conference yesterday deaths from this disease now as be President Wilson's version of the Route 3. Cox that his campaign fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar- covenant must havo been based upon with Governor Sam L. Stevens, Beav 2nd District would bo made chiefly on the league rhoea Remedy came Into such gener the most compelling reasons. For Infants and Children er Dam. ' al use. When this remedy is given "Imagine, then, the feelings of Issue. with castor oil as directed and prop these thorough students of 'tho coveThe statement follows: In Use For Over Years Brd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons.4th District G. W. Rowe, Centerdlspatchos describing er caro Is taken as to diet, it is safe nant to hear Mr. Cummlngs describe Always bears "Columbus town. out of It as "the Monroo doctrine of the the the conference between the Democra- to say that fully ninety-nin- e 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- for President and Vice every hundred cases recover. Mr. W. world!" It would bo difficult to ut Signature of tic nominees town. President on Monday, say that "Gov- G. Campbell, of Butler, Tcnn., says, ter a phrase more Inaccurate and mi V. S. Dean, Dundee. Oth District ernor Cox left it to the vice president ''I havo used Chamberlain's Colic and leading than that. President Wilson NOTICE! 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. tlal nominee to make known the con- Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com- could not have read Mr, Cummlngs' 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart It is far ahead of speech very attentively, or he would clusions reached.' And, thus author plaint in children. Notice is hereby given that the unford, RoufovB. ized to speak for both of them, the anything I have ever used for this havo stricken out that unfortunate dersigned will on the first Tuesday m phrase. The covenant is not only vice presidential nominee 'stated that purpose." HARTFORD. In September, 1920 make application ae not the Monroe doctrine of the world, to "iiS considered the League of Nations) Mayor J. E. Bean. State Board of Control at the AV1.V CLOSE GAME. but it contains an article which pur- Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, ono of the dominant issues of' the Clerk J. A. Howard. ports to exempt the Monroe doctrine .campaign, not only In the East but frpm Police Judge C. M. Crowe. jurisdiction. Democratic and will ask that he be released peniexpected to make in the West. He Hartford defeated Beaver Dam from Its Marshal E. P. Casebler. his confinement at the stato seventeen his campaign chiefly on the League of Sunday In a loosely played game. senators to the number of -with this ambi- tentiary, at Eddyvllle. " -- KOCKPOKT Nations issue." Both of Beaver Dam's pitchers were were not satisfied This June 4, 1920. voted for a reChm'n. Board W. G. Her. "So we have the complete proof off their feed issuing eight passes, guous exemption and SOtlOp ERNEST LITSEY. retaining In tho United won, and Clerk N. II. Bratcher. that President Wilson hasparamount hitting three batsmen and allowing servation liberty of action In con Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. States full his forced acceptance of twelve hits. DUKEIIUKST. Monroe Ed. J. Bratcher. Marshal The party machinery has been Coakley Taylor, Williams and Rick-ar- d strulng and applying the Issue. There was no did the hard and opportune hittaken over by the Tammanies of New Myrtle Carter and Ernestyne Misses action, even York, New Jersey and Indiana, but ting for the home team. Taylor hit tic partisanship In their Ralph returned to Hartford Sunday forced his is- a home run In the third with the if Republican senators were Inspire-solelPresident Wilson has afternoon, after spending the week by partisanship. sue on them. He has but one con- bases filled and Rickard later In with Miss Kathleen Tichenor, of to "Mr. Cummings attempted with cern, and that is the vindication of his the same inning doubled lat-awav the inequality of votliiK foreign policy, first by his party, two men on the sacks. Williams' hit Miss Evelyn Jones, of Madisonvllle. British empire and by the country. a homer In the fourth with Duke on power between the was an unfortunate re- who has been visiting her cousln3. America Party To AVnrs. Beaver Dam gathered, eleven hits the U. 3. It which, werr Misses Myrtle and Margaret Carter, '"The Democratic campaign is go- off Rick's delivery but they failed petition of arguments to her home FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE absolutely to with the exception of the eighth to long ago disposed of in the Senate, of near here, will return ing to harness the party who next Saturday, accompanied by he" Unsolved in water for douches itopr senators ratificatipelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflaa?. get them when men were on the and the'Democratic tho Administration policy of cousin, Margaret Carter. motion.- - Recommended by Lydia E. protection to Ameri- sacks. Morris was Beaver Dam's voted in favor of the equal voting on-without Mr. W. F. Cornell and son, Ray, Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yean. Democrats hard hitter, getting three singles and nmvnr of the United States mur.t can interests. Should-thworking In Glasgow. A healing wonJer for nasal catarrh, been made very uncomfortable who have been have ore throat and tore Economical. win, tho League would be ratified a homer out of four times at bat. Cummlngs. Ky., came home Saturday to spend a Hm ettonEary clMDiinacye ccrauadil Dowtr. Mr. tnd Hartford Journeys to Beaver Dam as they listened to be defeated for few days with their home folks. and America would become at onco i:uS3l ifrey. 50c. all dnijjiiu, or rJMn'--l ty wars now for the return game Saturday and to Are these senators to VnuJ. The PnlooTdlH CoanaaT. Woo. Mu, a party to the twenty-od- d Nina Cornell spent Saturday night the vote3 they cast? If so, the Reworld. European Calhoun1 Sunday. going on in the Sunifty with Miss Mary Baker, publican party will fasten Its grip and Score by innings: leaders have repeatedly explained upon the Senate. In that case, how of Dundee. the League RHE that it Is impossible for Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, will the Democratic party bo beneof Nations to function effectively so B'Dam cause of tus spent Saturday night and Sunday fited? How will the .u long as the United States has not H'fonl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A league covenant be advanced? . Tatlfied. The obvious implication is "The simple, impartial truth Is tjiat Carter, of Route No. 1., Hartford. that when the United States ratifies, Cut Tills Out And Take It With You , Miss Clara Patton, of Route No. 1, Democratic party and the DemoA man often forgets the exact name the the League will proceed to settle up placed in an ex- who was seriously Injured a few days nominee are these matters; to enforce its authori- of the article he wishes to purchase, cratic awkward predicament by the ago, is getting along nicely. ty in the conflict between Poland and and as a last resort takes something tremely Mrs. W. B. McCormick and daughWilson upon ac Succeed when everything else fails. TtuKsia; to settle the Adriatic trou- else Instead. That is always' disap Insistence of Mr. In nervous prostration and female ceptance of the treaty as it was fram- ters, Mariam and Flossie, of West bles, compel peace between Turkey pointing and unsatisfactory. The Weaknesse thrv nre thf snniwnn by Frankfort, 111., are expected to arresponsibility for safe way is to cut this out and take ed at Paris. Tho party is split remedy, si thousands have testified. and Greece, assume this uncompromising stand. Demo- rive In a few days, to be the guests participation of tho whole near east it with you so as to make sure of FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND stood by Presi- of Mrs. McCormick's parents, Mr. who STOMACH TROUBLE nnd middle cast. cettinu Chamberlain's Tablets. You cratic senators dent Wilson through thick and thin and Mrs. A. A. Carter of Route, No 1. H it ia the best medicine ever sold "AH this can not bo done unless tho will find nothing quite so satisfactory mm questions were unable to over a aiuggurs counter. m on all other league employs force. America would for constipation and indigestion, When you feel lazy, out of sorts support him in this demand. They m have to contribute Its army and nadid everything possible to dissuade and yawn a good deal In the daytime. vy. President Wilson has urged ac FORDSVILLE him from taking a stand which could you can charge jt to a torpid liver ceptance of a mandate for Armenia, Mrs. J. J. Tilford, who has been mean nothing else than disaster from which has allowed the system to r.ct which tho Harbord Mission found vory 111 for the past month, Is slowly Finally, unable full of impurities HERBINS cures a party viewpoint. gVeat Improving. would requlro us to employ a compromise, they cast their all disorders produced by ai inactive to find a army and pour out money by hun Mrs. Wlckllff Dellaven and little votes for reservations which they liver. It strengthens that organ, iircds of millions. Congress over J daughter, Katherine, spent Thursday essential to the security and cleanses the bowels and ,iuts the syswhelmingly refused, and the country of last week, In Louisville, shopping. deemed tem In good, henlthy condition. Price welfare of the United States. haB sustained it so insistently that Mr. Cody Gaines of Owensboro, Is "These senators are now compelled 00c. Sold by Ohio County Drug Ono of tho greatest American millionoven the San Francisco convention did spending his vacation here, with his m to defend tho position they assumed Company. aires bald to his physician, "A million not dare indorse tho mandate. Yet parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'w. S. Gaines They cannot evade the responsibility dollars, Doctor, spot cash and no grumthat mandate would hardly be more Mrs. Cora Renfrow, of Dundee, for the votes they cast, and they have AOT1UJ2! bling, for a new stomach," mid then than an intimation of tho many who has been lsltlng Miss Abby already proved that they are not My carding machine will start tho sick man groaned and turned away. world-flung Into which Whlttlnghlll, of this place, returned conflicts afraid to face the consequences. In carding July 1st, and continue 'till All his wealth could not make him Amerlra would bo projected by rati- to hor home the latter part of last every State represented by theso sen late fall. Ship wool prepaid to J. S happy or contented, for happiness large, fication of tho league without rigid- week. ators thero Is to be a fight against REYNOLDS, Fordsvlllo, Ky. Price ly depends upon digestion. Without ly safeguarding reservations. Mrs. Frank Moseley, of Kansas the covenant aE written at Paris. Ev- for carding 15c per lb. Wo pay Senators Itepudlatcd. City, Mo., is here to spend a month ery one of these Democratic senators freight one way on 50 lbs. and over. health wheio does happiness como iui After all tho stomach plays a great "Tho President demands a cam- with her sister, Mrs. J. Q. Smith and J. S. REYNOLDS, a strong following in his own part in everyday life. Without a tho Democratic Mrs. L. Marlow and brother, T. S. has paign on this Issuo; State. In tho heat and bitterness of healthy stomach and good digestion our platform makes the Issue paramount, Ford. the campaign, in which tho politico,! WILL GIVE BETTER Mood is thin, watery and poor, our T? Democratic candiI WhlMlncrhlll nnd fami nnd finally, the Pmf lives of all these senators are at stake TRANSFER SERVICE Heart action is weak, our liver docs not dates unqualifiedly acquiesce. Th ly, of Morganfield, are spending their it is inevitable that Democrats should do its duty, nnd man is miscrablo and acoro and more of Democratic sena- summer vacation in the country with quarrel over tide distracting and On and after JuIk-1- , I will bo able unhappy. Prevent diseaso by putting tors who voted for tho Lodgo reserva- his mother, Mrs. Alice Whlttlnghlll. issue. The candidate will bo tho houso iu order and strengthening tions are repudiated, tho real opinion Tho board of trustees has employ placed in a most embarrassing posi- to give you 100 per cent better transfer service between Hartford and tho system against tho germs of disease. of tho American nation Is flouted, ed Prof. Belt, of Greenville, as Printion in many Dr. Pierce, of tho Invalids' Hotel and Beaver Dam, for tho following reabecause tho President Insists upon cipal of tho High School horo. Post. Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., sons: lils issuo regardless of costs or Mr. Stanley Murphy, who is attend . I will opcrato nothing but clean, years ago understood diseases and their party ing school In Bowling Green, vfslted Tho Republican Doing hard work in a bent or stoopprevention, and ho discovered certain nnd candidates gladly accept tho his family of this place, for a few ing position puts a stitch in tho back easy riding cars. You will not be compelled to wait roots and herbs which were naturo's Wo are more than willing days last week. challenge. If tho muscles havo that is painfu remedies, and succeeded in putting them being loaded. to make the election a national referMr. and Mrs. Esley Kirk, ot Owens become Btrained, you can't get rid ot whilo tho mall is You will not be compelled to ride up in a form that could ho easily proquestion whether wa boro. nre horo, visiting Mrs. Irk's It without help. Tho great penetrat endum on the shall have four yeais more of Demo- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Smith. ing power of Ballard's Snow LInlmont In a mall truck with the dirty mall cured o,t tho drug storo (liquid or tablojs). This ho. called Dr. Pierco's bags. cratic readiness to surrender this rewill appeal to you most strongly at I will bo able to ttart nromntlv on Golden Medical Discovery. This Dispublic." Complaint Quickly Relieved. such times, because It is tho very Summer covery gives no faiso stimulation ' "About two years ago when suf thing you need. Price 25c, COe nnd tlmo, as I will havo no mail for it contains no alcohol or any narfering from a severe atack of sum-m- $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun which to wait. I appreciate your patronngo while cotic. It helps digestion nnd tho ascoranlaint. I took Chamberlain's ty Drug Company. ia FOR FLETCHER'S similation of sueh elements iu tho food was handicapped by the mail conI Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy trad it I tract, and assure you that it is with as aro required for tho blood. It gives VIEW. FAIR rolievod mo almost Instantly," writes ploasuro that I announco a bettor to tho blood tho food elements tho tisMr. Henry Jewett, Olark Mills, N. HUSKY FOKI) WILLING sues requlro. For over fifty years it Wright, who has boen service for you. TO HEAD T1I1KI) PARTY Y. This is an excellent remedy for has enjoyed tho coufidenco of tho j Respectfully, coric and diarrhoea and should bo sick for some time, Is a littlo Hotter. American public. Try it uowl i? J. E. CURTIS. son ot R. M two year-ol- d m The littlo . Chicago, July 8. Hcury i'oM will , kept at baud by every family. HARDING PLEASED i n, I nccept tho nomination for '.nt presidency nt tho bands of tho thirl party, If tendered to h'm, It Is announced hero tonight by Charles P. Hoffman, personal friend of Mr. Ford, who returned from Dearborn, Mich., todnv. whero ho had a conference Wtj, tho automobile manafacnirer. Mr, Hotfioan Is a member of the exe cutive committee of the "committee of 4S" which has called a third party convention In Chicago (or Saturday. Plans of a group of liberal and radical organizations for ono united third party with candidates for pred-Idcnnd vice president In tho field received a setback today when slnglo tax party members announced they would not support Senator Kobert M. LaFollette, who is expected to 'm tho choice of tile other group. The single tnxers who arrived today which t0 preparc for their convention, ........ 1,1 ,. . . opens saiuroay, ueciareu t .t.... nuuiu iuu.v bolt and nomlnato a sopara'8 tic'iet.lf the majority chose LaFollctre. While the slnglo taxers were threatening to present their own ticket. Amo3 Pln-chand George L. Record of tho committeo of 48 wer in Mudlson, Wis., today conferring with LaFollette, who has received a majority of a mall straw vote of the party. ot KDlTOItTAIi COMMENT Wright who has been slck for some tlmo, Is no better nt this writing. "It Is when ho comes to deal with DIRECTORY ni:.vvi:n Ch'm'n. Board Olcjfic It. W. King. Police Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. DAM. W. T. McKenne, " j- , nt OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT YKAIC U. S. County Board ot Education Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Routo C. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor Dam. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Ccntor-tow- n. o, - lc CASTOR rA 30 County Board'ot Examiners: E. S. Howard, Mrs. Birdlo Midklft and In Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th ' , lTth. EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May 1 f. mK IV and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Damv and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" Examination nt Hartford, (White). May 2S and 29 County Teachers'" Examinotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS and 19 County and State Teachers' Examination at Fordsville, (White). June 25 and 2G County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. (Colored). Sept. 1" and IS County nnd State Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. (White). Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Stntor do"-frin- p. Teachers' Examination (Colored). at Hartford,. antl-Democ- n- y Every Woman Wanls in n. Mothers use JNu er e V A ernunree ALm M j ftsmm WaJt a A Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy-five 011010041 years contintestiVERMIFUGE Iff -2 OC020100X I6VII liters Z monial FREY'S can offer you. uous use is the bett Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones happy and 30c general store; or it your dealer can't upplyyou.aend hirname and 30c in stamps and we'll send you a botde promptly. healthy. a bottle M your dm rsiM of r L4S. m FREY. Eillimort. Md. Millions for a Ss3r New Stomach WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment EHsHHJvVk S A quick relief for that tired, run down (celiac, couglit, pains ia chcit. nlcbt sweats, liemor. thacei, weak Iudki or coniumpllon. If it does sot help you It coats you Dolhlng. m FOR.ONE MONTH Lock box miT LIV-VER-LAX tSBaaaaBSBWSMWaaa for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS O. etc USE ve States.--Washlngt- on For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. ax ;J Children Ci?y ar OASTO R A Miss-Marth- a ( toiMtittfrYif nil fVin tfmn A TAn'f ! from work for daya by taking calomel when pleasant keeps you on your feet, while relievingyour troulx le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorr take, anything else. You can't afford it Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tern and rclievea constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, uur in its effect; and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Lio-VLax villi completely displaco calomel in ever home.. Children can takoitfrcoly una with perfect safety. Every boftlo guaranteed. 60c and ?l in bottles Nona genuine without tho likcnes3 und Bignai turo of L. K. Gricsby. For palo by v. i :i t "WIFE IS LIKE A IjAkokst tr. s. nnsTiiovun HANLY IN KUCCKSSrUli TUIAI.S er SAYS "PnOffl" TICKET OF NO USE Uoekland, Mo., July 10. Tho Brooks, the largest in the navy, nnd thb first of tWonty of a like typo to reach tho trial stnge, successKentuckyFarmer Says Noth- fully comploted her standardization Law Makes Campaign Unnecessary He States, ing Helped Her Until trials horo. Tho IJrooks developed a maximum Visits Harding Took Tanlac Suffer- of horsopower of 31,551. Tho contract She called for n requirement of 27,070 ed Twenty Years. horsepower, The destroyer fell a little short of tho expected speed of thirty-Marlon, O., July 9. Senator Hardfive speed ing, tho Republican candldato for knots. Tho .average Itcmarkablo Indeed was tho stnto-jno- was 34.57 knoLs. Tho maximum President, was urged to tako a firm madc-bW. T. Wulkor, a promt-jio- speed reached was 34. 85 knots. stand In support of national prohibifarmer, living at Shepherds-vlllTho propeller averago 479.89 tufns tion in his speech of acceptance at a Ky., II. F. D., No. 2, whllo In a minute when tho destroyer ran over conferenco today with J. Frank Han- JjOuIsvIUo a tow days ago. a mtlo course twenty-eigtimos. Tho ly, prohibition candidate for Presi Mr. Walker declared that three fuel test Included n thirty-knspeed dent in 191G. Later It was announcbottles of Tnnlnc lias dono his wtfo for four hours. ed tho senator had not committed more Good than all tho other medihimself regarding the matter, whllo cines sho litis takon In twenty ycar3 Loss of Appetite. Mr. Hanlysald ho hoped to bo'able to jiut together. An n general rulo there Is nothing support him, but "would waltWo sen "For twenty years," said Mr. Wal- sorlous about a loss of appetite, and what the senator said In his speech." ker, "my wlt,o had been nnablo to eat If you skip n meal or only cat two Mr. Hnnlcy denied ho came to Mn-rlanything without suffering terribly to present tho matter to tho Remeals a. day for a few days wou will-sooShe had such viowith Indigestion. havo a relish for your meals publican nominee on behalf of prohilent crumping pains In lior stomach when meal time comes. Hear in mind bition advocats, but said tho conferat times that sho could not straighten that nt least tlvo hours should" al- ence was sought at his own Instance. up; sho was constipated all tho ways clapso between meals' so as to As n prohibitionist, tho former govtlmo and often got .10 dizzy sho would glvo the food amplo tlmo to digest ernor of Indiana said ho would find nearly fall. She had no strength and and the stomach a period of rest be-f- it difficult to support Governor Cox. her norves wore so shattcrod that sho a second meal Is tnken. Then if and announced he would not attend could hardly sleep at all. you oat no more than you cravo and the National Prohibition Convention "Nothing ever1 helped :ier until bIio tako a rcasonablo amount of outdoor to bo hold In Lincoln, Neb., on July got Tanlac and that's saying n good exercise every day you will not need 21, adding ho opposed placing a al loal, for sho has tried everything to worry about your appetite. When Prohibitionist ticket in the field Tanlac helped her right from tho tho Ios3 of appetite Is caused bycon-stipatio- n th'ls fall. start, nnd whilo sho has Just finished "I camo at tho Invitation of Senaas Is often tho caso, that her third bottle sho Is already like a should bo corrected at onco. A doso tor Harding and in responso to a redifferent person. Her stomach Is in of Chamberlain's Tablets will do It. m quest of my own," said Mr. Hanloy such fine, condition now sho can oven "I talked over tho political situation cat pork or anything elso and never in Indiana, gave him my yiew, as to ASSKSSMKNT NOTICK. tho political situation throughout tho has a pain or an uncomfortablo feoi-in- g Sho is no longor To tho taxpaycrs'of Ohio county: country and In respect to tho silence aUorwnrds. constipated and never hns a dizzy Our office will bo open at alt rea- of tho Democratic convention and tho spell, nnd her nerves have quloted sonable times from July the 1st, un- Republican platform on tho prohibidown until sho sleeps just liko a child til Oct. 31st., for tho purposo of as- tion question, tho eighteenth amendevery night. Tanlac Is bound to bo sessing tho proporty of tho county. ment and tho Volstead enforcement a flno medicine to do what it has for I, or one of my deputies will visit tho act. my wlfo nfter sho had suffered so various voting places in tho County, Asked No Committment. long, and I will recommend it to any- (watch for posters In your precinct "I simply presented my views body." old acquaintance and had a in tho future) to accommodate tboso Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. who do not faro to coino to tho office pleasant, hour. I did not ask tho on Ii. I). Ilcan, In Horso nranch by Ola-Io- n to glvo their list, but under tho clas- Senator for any committments Drug Co., In Rock port by James sification act of tho last legislature, those questions and ho mado none t party Browning, in Cromwell by Wallaco wo feel that wo cm bo of material don't think tho Prohibition & Porter, in Beaver Dam by It. T. bonoflt to you In making your as- ought to nominate a candidate." I Taylor, Jr., and In McIIcnry, by S. sessment hero at the otflco. "In vlow of tho postage bV't'cn- C. grcs3 of tho enforcement act and Its D. E. WARD, Tax Co'm'r. 0. J Tlchcnor. Advortlsemont. NEW PERSON NOW nt nt e, ht ot or na-t)ned on by the United States sustention Supreme Court," Mr. Hanley aait', "the matter rosolvfd Itadf Into the election of a (lor.gress favorabto to tho maintenance of the present law." It must bo largely brought out in tho congrosslonal district, he ndded explained, Mr. Hanly howevor, this was his own porsonaf view nnd not that of tho Ohio senator who, he baid. "made no comment." ' .Mr Hanly said ho favored tho prohlbl-tlonlbtplacing tholr power next where It would do tho most good Instead of nominating thetr own presidential candidate. Regarding the conference 3enator Harding said, 'Mr. Hanly only presented his views as to the construing of tho platform as others havo dono.' adding "wo nro always glad to listen." Plans for officially notifying Senator Harding of his nomination were announced todny following a conferenco between tho nominee and T. Coleman du Pont, of Delaware, chair-ma- n of the committee on arrangeNational ments for the Republican Committee, and Harry Daughcrty, of Columbus, tho senator's manager in campaign. tho Tho event will tnko place at 2" p. m. July 22 in Garfield Park, on the outskirts of Marlon, with National Chairman Will H. Hays presiding Following tho singing of tho "Star Spangled Banner" by tho Republican Glco Club of Columbus, invocation will bo pronounced by tho Rov. T. H. McAfee, pastor of Trinity Daptist Church of Marion, which tho senator attends. Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, poxmanent chairman of the Chicago convention and chairman of tho notification committee, will then dellvpr an address notlfyllng tho senator of his nomination to which tho nominee will reply. Following the singing of "America," the coromonles will close with a benediction by tho Rov. Joseph M Denning, of St. Mary's Church of Marlon. Announcement whs also mado that meetings of tho Republican National Committee and the commltteo on arrangements aro to bo rield In Columbus July 21, whllo at night Mr. Dougherty will entertain at dinnor members of both committees, as well as the National Executive Commltteo, which Is In charge of tho campaign w ChiSdreai Cry for Fletcher's m mM. wcyb wfm MM Si. l KrS. yum m Ws rta. 1 m fl ItiVaTlfaV HT1 I TTWi H jm H 10 tfiT.i mj i cr vvvxxvcvvn?csvvxvnn;wC C,rCttWVCr"e,yia-C'ti'i''lW'F""PIMll!lllMpi1WWfcWWllllJl- nl .!r.A " 2be Kind Yqu Have Always Bought, and which has been" u ui ior over over ov years, nas Dome the signature or ana nas Deen made under his per-Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants arid Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- II M !..-. ''' All y2 . yAS'a-i- a. w ms tVC-'-C'- V;, cnnnl Allow ciinAi-rfletn- tt It-- rn nn n rini-oitr- n -- m. In tU Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops 'and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty .vears it ha3 teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrichnoss arisinrj' therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; givinghealthy and natural slec-p-. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 08A--, What 5s CASTOR !A E CASTOR! A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS - r? && In Us For Oyer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMK CENTAUR COMPAHV, NgW VOWK CI TV. Membora of thoso committees will go to Marlon on a special train the next day to attend tho notification ceremonies. Another caller today was Henry L. Stoddard, of New York, a Progressive loader, who assured the senator tho Progressives of the country were back V of him In his campaign. 3 In every homo whore there Is a baby there should also bo a bottle of McGeo's Baby Ellsir. It may be needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It Is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious drug of any kind. Prlco 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All parties having claims against tho estate of H. C. Crowe, deceased, will present same to me, at my residence, near Fordsvlllo, Ky., on or before August 15, 1020, or they will be forever barred. MRS. IDA KELLEY, Helps Sick omen Cardui, Nthe woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch Ky. Read what Goodyear Skill as Represented in Tires for Small Cars The high relative value built into "Goodyear Tires, of the sizes, results directly and 31 x from the extraordinary skill and care applied to their manufacture To make their quality available widely, Goodyear operates the worlds largest tire factory devoted to these 4-in- ch she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my heallhT I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend (old me I had tried every-Ih- ng else, why not Cardui?.. . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." Administratrix. -- e OS YEARS ENOUGH j MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF TAKE CpfOi II ill Hl , Aspen, Col., July 10. Charier. mining man of Warner, this dlsirict, decided that sixty-fiv- e years was long enough to wander around on this mundane sphere. Ho walked to the grave of his wlfo and shot himself, leaving the followiug well-know- n note: The Voman's Tonic , do you teei wesk, worn-outoiz-e- f sizes. I S9K -- I l&U Double-Cure uracture. year resources, experience and demonstrated expertness in tire man Maxwell or Other car taking one of these sizes, you can equip it with Goodyear Tires at our nearest Service Station. Go there for the exceptional value in these tires made possible by Goodjl- If you owna Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, . "I have had my share of fun and worry and now I'm thru. I won't be satisfied until I Join my wife. I have arranged for my burial, and have already ordered and paid for a tombyears is sufficient stone. Sixty-fiv- e ly long to live on this earth, so good byo and good luck." ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of G. V. Wise, deceased,. aro hereby notified to present same to me properly proven on or before August 15, 1920, at my residence near Simmons, Ky or they will be forever barred. This 7 day of July, 1920. Q. D. BROWN, Adm'r of G. V. 2t3p Wise, deceased. Stat of Ohio, City of Toledo, L.ucaa County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha U senior partner of the nrm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and thnt said llrm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLL.ARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the Use of HALL'S CATAItnH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHJSN12Y. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. U86. A. W. OLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken internally and acts throueh the Wood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. K J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all ilriiKRlsts. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. y, ? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should suply do for you what it RSs done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to -JI ,- - health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She wl'l tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. r II. i, i, &'- - All Druggists J.CT 6' $0 r' Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price ' you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection Is available? $ 50 30 x3k ska in waterproof bat T 30x3'2 Goodyear d Pneumonia often follows a Fabric, AlUVVeather Tread 30x3V& Goodyear Single-CurFabric Antl-SUTread e J 250 cn kAvnnl) Neglected Cold KILL THE COLD1 Z1 BILL'S rmmrmmTrwTnt i mnrinim rinn J Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy This medicine always wins the good opinion It not tho praise of thoso who use it. Try it when you have need of such a remedy, m Cluuiibcrlalii's Ohiltiren Ojy CASCARMWNIN FLETCHER'S CASTO R A fiftOMtf FOR s wnAt far .J.J nM form ut, sure,v.in no in tsblct 9A I mm Ni mr com in Dreans up opistc -- , renews kiip iw Lv. ours Money back If it fails. The w genuine dox nas a p picture. witn ur. iim k At All Drug Stout L foregoing requirements nt tho tlmo 1 of sale. (C) Mufflers Every, nutomoblla with nn Internal combustion, steam or air motor shnll bo equipped with a A Slmly Of Tr;fllc IYnf tirra May Pic suitable nnil ofllclcnt mufflor and It shall bo unlawful while on n public vrnf Troulito For Others Anil highway to operate same with tho I'rNon for You. or remtved. No cutmulfler cut-oout shall bo so arranged oV connected Wc nro rather Inclined to believe as to pormit the operation or control any autothoroot by tho aw wnmium nm iwin CTumi uium f that In the great majority of cases mobile whilst In driver offor driving. position wherein regulations are Ignored or owner (d) Drakes No shall violated It Is done unthoughtodly or knowingly operato or permit to bo perhaps through ignoranco of tho aureal provisions of tho law. Viewing operated on a public highway an tomobile upon which the brakes nro tho matter from that standpoint wo ' havo taken tho troublo to publish dofcctlvo or out of ordor. (o) Steorlng Device No ownor practically all of those sections most generally afcctlng tho operation of shall knowingly operate or permit to bicycles and automobiles upon the bo operated on a public highway an public highways of Kentucky, think- automobllo upon which tho stearlng ing that vc might be ablo to prevent dovlco Is defective or out of order some serious or fatal accident or bo (f) Horns Every automobllo ni,d instrumental In keeping somo from bicyclo when in uso on the public being fined for Jgnorantly violating highway shall bo equipped with a thn law. We hear a lot of complaint horn, bell or other devlre capable of concerning tho reckless driving, fail making an abrupt soiind sufficiently ure to glvo signals at crossings and loud to be hoard under all ordinary curves, and especially do wo hear conditions of trai'.'c, and every percomplaint concerning the operation son cnerntlng an automobile or bleywide cli shnll sound said horn or other of cars with their cut-oud.'vlrp whenever no'essary ns a wnru-In- s open. of the approi :u of such .chicle Kiilpmcnt. and Extras on Vehicles When and how to use Pro- to pedestrians or other vehicles, but visions for towing and trailers, (a) shall not sound said horn or sound Every vehiclo when upon a' public devico unnecessarily. (g) Who shall not operate lu) highway shall bo equipped so as to a minimum of noise, smoke or No perso:; under 16 years of ago shall make other nuisance and so as to protect operate any automobllo ujun a pubtho rights of other trafflc and to pro- lic highway unless accompanied by No other tubes in the world are road tested Firestone puts the best in materials into mote public safety, and In so doing tho owner or somo pewon over 21 on so big a scale as Firestones. The Yellow tubes by establishing purchasing experts shall follow tho provisions hereafter yean cl rige authorized by thu owner, Cab Cpmpany of Chicago uses Firestone and such owner or other parson shall Singapore, center of the world's rubber set out: Provided that whenever Tubes exclusively on its 800 taxi cabs. The lights are required they shall bo dis- govern tbo operator and tin move market. Firestone puts the best in workservice of these tubes is checked constantly played during tho period from ono-ho- ments of the automobll:, and the manship into tubes by organizing the crack operator cball be governed by such hour after sunset to one-ha- lf improvements and developments are manufacturing organization of the industry hour before sunrise, and at such owner or other older person, providarrived at. on a profit-sharin- g basis. other times as atmospheric condi- ed that no person less than 14 years of age shall operate an automobile tions render visibility as low as or By close watching of a large number of And then subjects the finished product to lower than is ordinarily tho case on a public highway at any time or this big-scal- e road test in order to get you under any conditions. tubes in service not confined to isolated during said period, and that promore for your tube money and more miles Itules For Operation of Vehicles visions as to distances mean uninstances, the conclusions are accurate and out of your tires. And yet Firestone Tubes der ordinary atmospheric conditions (a) The operator of any vehiclo definite. cost no more than" the ordinary kind. (b) Lights Automobiles and bi- when upon a public highway shall cycles only are required to dlsplav operato such vehicle In a careful manner, with due regard for tho safo-t- y lights ns follows: and convenience of pedestrians and (1) At the rear one lighted lamp showing red visible from the rear all other vehicles, or traffic upon the right side of such highway whenever 200 Teet away. (2) Wuwi in operation bicycles possible and unless the left side of and two wheeled motorcycles shall such highway is clear of all other havo at least one and all other au traffic or obstructions and presents tomobiles Including three wheeled a clear vision for a distance of at motor cycles shall have at least two least 150 feet ahead. (b) night of Way in Passing lighted lamps In front showing white Two vehicles passing or about to or tinted other than red, light, and of sufficient power to clearly reveal pass each other In opposite direcsubstantial objects at least 200 feet, tions shall have the right of way, except for bicycles 50 feet ahead: and no other vehicle to the rear of Provided any light projected ahead such two vehicles shall pass or at or sdlewise shall bo so arranged or tempt to pass such vehicles. (c) Right of Way at Intersections deflected that no glaring rays from Except that where otherwise dior from any reflector shall be at it any time more than a1 feet above rected by a traffic officer tho operator a level surfaco at a distance of 75 of a vehicle shall yield the right o feci or more ahead of such vehicle, way at the intersection of their paths and provided further that in case of to a vehicle approaching from the tho safety of any person riding or speed shall be indicated by extend- tho action of this Hoard, taken at a lather legitimate oxponsos Incurred, right, unless such vehicle approach- driving same, and if any such ani- ing tho hand and arm out from and mooting on accident or emergency automobiles June 7, 1920, whereby n Tho tax list and assessment roll may display lanterns or other lights ing from the right, is further mal appears frightened, if request beyond olther side of tho vehic'o tax or assessment of Ten Per Cent, havo beon placed In tho hands of tho or smaller power, but If insufficient from tho point of intersection ed by a signal of tho hand by the In a downward direction at an an- was levied in the GEORGE A County Treasurer, C. to clearly reveal substantial objects of their paths than such first named driver or rider of same, the opera- glo of 45 degrees or greater from HARNES, ET AU, DRAINAGE DIS- - whom pnyment may O, Huntor, to be made on or provehicle. ProIled that a vehicle be- tor shall not proceed further toward tho horizontal. at least 75 feet ahead shall not TRICT, bo rescinded and declared Ibororo Monday, August 9, 1920, with-nu- ll any such animal unless such moveceed at a rate of speed in excess of ing operated on any Inter-Count- y (q) Spcod No operator of a veand void, and in lieu thereof it out additional costs. If said assess-wa- s 8 miles, an hour; provided that no Seat highway, designated Stnte high- ment be necessary to avoid anjury or hicle on n public highway shall drive ordered that an assossment orjnients are not paid within tho tlmo automobile shall bo sold in this way, or boulevard or any street which accident until such animal shall bo n't a greater speed than Is reasonable tax of Five (5) Per Centum based) above specified, samo will bo placed may by ordinance bo designated proa3 under the control of the rider or and proper, having regard for the upon tho original Commonwealth unless the light assessment for, In tho hands of tho Sheriff n i mi- jected by tho headlight meets the ber.ig equal In Importance to a bolue-var- driver thereof. iramc anu tno use or tho highway, construction of said ditch, be mado locted in the samo manner as Stato shall not be required to (k) Slow Moving Vehicles The Provided that: nnd levied against the lands and lantl- - and County taxes. tho forjgolng regulations at operator of any vehiclo moving slow (1) That where a highway passes owners located within said GEORGE Witness our hands, this July 9, points where any such above descril-ely upon any public highway shall through tho closely built-u- p business A. I1ARNES, ET AU, DRAINAGE 1920. Lose Time highway intersects another high keep such vehicle as closely as prac portions of any city or town, it tho DISTRICT. In Ohio County, Kontuc- - BOARD OF DRAINAOE COMMISway of a lesser class. ticable to tho right hand, boundary rate of speed of passenger automo- - ky. Said assessment or tax hereby SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KENBy (e) Vehicles Meeting A'ehlclei; of the highway, allowing more swift- idles thereon exceed 15 miles an hour levicd-l- s for tho purpose of cleaning TUCKY. proceeding from opposlto direction? ly moving vehicles reasonably free It shall bo prima facie ovidenco. of out. ronalrlnr and nmlntnininf r ani.i . Hy S. T. Darnett, President. wh " shall pass each other to tho right, passage to tho left. Chicks unreasonablo and. Improper driving I ditch and for tho payment of any Attest: McDowell A. Foglo, Secretary. eacli giving to the other one-haof (2) Whoro a highway passes (m) Approaching Curves Every the road as nearly as possible. Off? operator of an automobile or bicycle thiough tha residenccportlon of any (f) Overtaking Vehicles Vehi- when approaching a curve or an ob- city or town, if tho rate of speed of cles overtaking another vehicle prostruction to the view on a public passenger automobiles exceed thore-o- n ceeding in the same direction shall 20 miles an hour It shall bo prima highway which prevents a clear view pass to tho left thereof, and sha tor a distance ahead of 150 feet, facie evldonco of unreasonable and not again drive to the right until shall hold said automobile or bicycle Improper driving. reasonably clear of such vehiclo, and (3) Wfcere a highway Is outsldo under control and shall give warning tho porson operating or in chargo of by business porhorn or other sound device of his of tho closely built-u- p tho overtaking vehiclo shall sound, approach. tion, or tho residence portion of any horn, or other sound dovlco befor (p) Siguals Every person op. city or town, if the rate of speed of passing such vehicle: Provided that passenger automobile thor,eon exceed orating a vehiclo on any public highvehicles overtaking street caro may way before turning, stopping, or 30 miles an hour, it shall be prima given according to directions pr.3s samo either to the right or left, changing faclo evldenco of unreasonable and tho courso of such vehicle driving. for five or six weeks, starting having duo regard for other traffic.Ov- and before turning, such vehiclo when Improperpenalty (g) Duty of Operator of any Tho any when chicks are five to six ertaken Vehicle It shall be tho du- starting the same, shall see first that of the foregoing for violation of from sections ranges space for such thoro days old, will absolutely ty of tho operator of a vehicle about chaugo isor sufficient be mado In safe $10.00 to $2,000.00, or by imprisonturn to to bo o oi taken and passed to give extho guarantee you raising 90 per way to the right in favor o.f the over ty, and If it appears that the move- - ment in one County orJail for notsuch ceeding year, by both taking vohlclo upon suitable and au mont or operation of another or oth fine and imprisonment within or to cent of them. tho over- or vohlcles may bo reasonably affect Recommended by the diblo signal beingif given byovertaking ed by such chungo shall glvo plainly tho maximum of both. taking vohlclo, such most prosperous poultry vehiclo bo an automobllo or bicycle. visible signals to tho operator of If you feel "bluo", "No' account," of Ills intention to the (h) Turning at Intersections such vohlclo or stop by the uso of lazy, you need a good cleaning out. growers throughout Whon turning to tho right at an in- change, turn State as the greatest Egg tersection of public highways, ve- his hand and arm or of an. olectrlcnl Horbluo is Itthe right thing lor that purpose. stimulates die liver, hicles shall keep to tho right of tho mechanical devico approved by thn tones up tho stomach and purifies Producer ever commission, and shall uso tho followcenter, and' in turning to thu left tho bowols. Price 00c. Soil by snail pass to the left of tho center, ing positions of the. hand and arm in tho Ohio County Drug Co. m For sale at every first class hooping, howovor, as far to the right announcing his intentions: ' ve nucll tn drug, grocery, and feed store an is posslbj so to do and slUl pass f1 Tnlnntlnn right filmtoward tho PltAINACi; TAX NOTICE or to tho loft of said contor. For tho hicle toward tho throughout the country. 75 c purposo of this n tho 'cen-tor- " left ahull be indlctnted by extending package. shall bo hold to mean the meet-lu- g tho hand and arm horizontally from (icorgu A. llarne.s, ct al., Drainage District. point of tho medial lines of tho and beyond tho sldo of the vehicle Manufactured and sold two highways. toward which tho turns is to be mado, under an absolute money-bac- k (J) Precautions on Meeting An- or by oxtondlng tho hand and arm At a meeting of tho Doard of DrainOPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN imal Evry porson operating a vo- upwardly at an anglo of 45 degrees age Commissioners of Ohio County. guarantee by hlclo on n public highway ami ap- or greater from tho horizontal from Kentucky, hold at tho Court House In 522 Cedar Street Cumb. Phone 311 5 proaching any animal bolng ridden tho sldo opposlto the direction to- Hartford, Ky.,. on Monday, July C. or drl'oi shall exercise every reas- ward which tho turn Is to he mado 1920. nt 2 o'clock P. M., with all onably precaution to prevent f'.f.ht-onln- g (2) Interftlon to stop a vehiclo members present, It was movod, secany such animal and to Insure or to abruptly or suddenly chock lta onded and unanimously carried that Ky. Beaver Dam, 188.8.131.52.4i.4H'i'4-I--I-.l..l..t....i..;..;.4Mt- AUTOMOBILE LAWS YOU SHOULD KNOW A scale road test on OO MiuuimB f ut tJPefiri tubes uimj pense, How Firestone puis the miles in and then proves it not at YOUR ex ts at lf . -- V I J i d, ob-ser- . and Letting Money Your Baby Die -- lf Egg - A - Day Hen Tonic 1 Will Be at These Towns the Same Date EACH MONTH Hotel. Fordsville, 10 to 11, Johnson House. Rockport, 12 to 13, Rockport Hotel. Beaver Dam, 14 to 15,' Commercial Hartford, 16 to 17, Hotel. Commercial I Remember, Each Consecutive Month sub-sectio- a A. P. HANNEPHIN 0WENSB0R0, KY. A. SANDEFUR