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Subscription $1.50 per Ycati NUMBER 8 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920. nikcli dally, Immediately ifter the Except for Trls Speaker, manager ot INSTITUTE TO BE DEADLOCK ON MINE passenger arrives, and on returning TENNESSEE RATIFIES the Cleveland team, she would see no 13-1- 7 WAGE FACE COAL MEN arrives the next morning ImmediateHELD SEPT. one, spending the day In her room. ly before the passenger deports for SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT Early In tho day she announced her FROM PITCHED DALL Intention of going to tho undertaker's Prof. A. M. Stickles To Be Iastructor, lloth Miners And Operators Refuse Madisonville. Tho relief afforded by this addiparlor, but later when It was learned I'ropoknli At Conference Interesting Program Has tional service ought to, and will be that the body could lie moved to Been Arranged. Outlook Gloomy. Pan3 Pay Tribute To Pop- Cloveland on an early evening train, of very great assistance and con- 36th State Gives Ballot To. Women Antis To venience by enabling tho mixed train sho changed her mind and declared ular Ball Player, Was sho would wait until hor arrival at Cloveland, O., Aug. 16. .Members to maintain its schedule, so that perThe Ohio County Teachers' InstiAppeal Ohio County Boy. home. tute is to be held September of tho Joint scalo committee of the sons using that train may, with some1 Monday to Friday, Inclusive. An in- - central competitive bituminous coal degree of certainty, know as to when rind No New Information. examination of terestlng jind instructive prgoram has kflcld wero deadlocked tonight after they are to reach their destination. Tho Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 18 TennesNew York, Aug. 17. New Yorfc-i.ii,ody brought no now Information been arranged, copies of which have, tho operators had refused tho min Pooplo along tho route of the M. II. see today became tho thirty-sixt- h asoball fans paid final tribute t0 tno nut0psy surgeon, or will be sent out today. ers' demands for increased wages and & E. appreciate very much, :hls im- Stato to ratify tho Susan B. Anthony-Feder.night to Itay Chapman, shortstop ot j chapmn (uCll from a blow in tho left .,' InArndt M. Stickles, A. the minora in turn had rejected a provement in service. suffrage amendment. Tha . tho Cleveland American team, whose tomporai region, which fractured tho diana University; graduate student. counter proposal of the operators and constitutional change 'thus will bedeath resulted early today from tho8kujL dcpros8ng a portion of bono, Unlvorslty Illinois, A. M. Harvard a Joint sub committee appointed :o IMPORTANT SUIT IS come effective in time for tho blow he rccoUed on tho head from a ' which caused an lntcr-craniAMICABLY SETTLED hem- - University; Head Department ot His- - consider, the situation, adjourned women of the country to .pitched ball In the game between Now orrago., in tho Stato Normal School since tor a three-hou- r session without vote In" the Presidential election in York and Cleveland yesterday. Chap- Tho Ohio County Court convened T. L. Huston, part owner of Jnn. 1908, has been secured Col. as In- - reaching any agreement. Novomber, unless the lower house ot man's body was placed aboard thotno yaniC0S) 8ald he was deeply structor. In addition to his splendid Tho miners on Saturday presented in special session Tuesday to try an Lake Shoro limited, which left tho toucheil by Chapman's death, tho he training, Prof. Stickles is the bene- - a demand for a $2 a day increase for Important action styled Fred I Burns, tho Tennessee Assembly rescinds Its action of today in adopting tho ratifiGrand Contrnl Station at C:30 o'clock rofUBe(1 to mnko any statement on flciary of the School of practice and day and month laborers and a ten et al., vs. Motion to reconstruct the cation resolution 49 to 47. and Is scheduled to arrive lu'ia; 0 uie club. B. W. Rial Ditch or Drain. The acexperience, all eminently qualifying cent a ton Increase for pick and ma- Speaker Walker, leader of tho Cleveland tomorrow morning nt 8:20 tion was brought for the purposo of "I am terribly sorry that Chapman hlm for Instltuto work. chlno mining. put opponents in a po' o'clock. enforcing tho enlargement ot tho first Huston Bald. "I'm was killed," Mr. Tho added stimulus in school work. In their reply today the operators sition to demand reconsideration by player's sorry such nn accident had to happen During tho day, whllo tho in Ohio due to Just recognition by those in au offered to correct the seeming In- public ditch constructed changing his vote from nay to ayo body lay at the undertaker's rooms, In our park or that any of our team thority, as manifested by substantial equality of the award of tha bitum- County, the one adjacent to town, ex- and moving to reconsider. Tho Houso to had any connection with It. hundreds ot baseball fans called It Is additions to Teachers compensation, inous coal commission last March, un- tending thru the bottom lands on the adjourned until 10 o'clock tomorrow, vlow It and tonight a largo crowd unfortunate that It should have been together with the flattering prospects der which tho pick mining rate was North side of the river. when the Speaker's motion will havo Stagathered at tho Grand Central Mays who pitched the ball, too, Tho case bore all evidence of deof a worth-whil- e Institute, ought advanced 27 per cent ovor tho then the right of way. Suffrage and tion The assemblage acted as an espublicity he to Incite every Teacher to put all of of tho tremendous existing contract, and the day and veloping into a long and hard fought forces tightened thoir lines cort, as tho coffin was placed on a has already had. I can't say any he monthly men to the equivalent of tho legal battlo and it wa.i not until tho this aftornoon for the final fight and tho best of him or herself Into .trunk car that carried It thru the sta- moro than that." work, and to hon6stly und diligently pick miners' advance. The operators, Court had been in session a portion both sides wero claiming victory. tion to tho train. Tho fans formed Chapman played his first profes- strive to garner the good dispensed however, refused to consider any oth- of the second day, that the petitionThe suffragists, however, had tho? .nn nisle near tho gates and stood sional baseball In 1909, with Mount by overy other one present. er domands made by tho miners, in- ers and romonstrators got together advantage of today's victory and exwith bared heads as tho car bearing Vornon, III. In 1910, he went to and virually agreed upon a compro pressed a cluding the ten cents per ton asked confidence that Speaker tho body of tho dead ball player pnss-o- d Sprlngfiold, 111., and from there to CAPT. N. T. HOWARD mise. The law and facts were subfor pick and machine mining. Walker's motion would bo voted down thru. Davenport, Iowa, in tho Three-- I to the Court, the drain directYIELDS TO DISEASE On receipt of tho operators' propo- - mitted tomorrow. The next step in ratificaWhile tho death ot Chapman has ' t eaKU0 sal the miners promptly rojected it ed to be reconstructed and tho mat- tion then would be the certifying of caused sorrow among baseball magobtained Chapman Cleveland first Capt. N. T. Howard, ot Morgan - land a sub committee of the Joint scale ter referred to the Board of Drainage the action of the Tennessee Assembly nates, plnyers and fans, none seemed from Davenport In 1911, and sold him town, died early Sunday morning, in 'committed was appointed to try and Commissioners with instructions to to the Secretary of State of the Unitas deeply grieved over tho accident as to Toledo In tho American Associamake a survey and classification. a Louisville Hospital, where ho had reach a settlement, ed States, who upon its receipt would ' 'Carl Mays, the New York pitcher, who tion, on option. Ho was recalled to gono for treatment of an aggravated After adjournment tonight mem-cas- e issue a proclamation declaring tho delivered tho ball In yesterday's gamo Cloveland in 1912, and had played of stomach trouble. His remains 'hers of the sub committee said there WARSAW SAFE, REDS amendment ratified. In Chapman's death In moro than 1,000 games In an Inthat resulted were Interred at Morgantown, Mon- - was littlo to indicate any immediate After tho gamo yesterday Mnys went dian uniform. RETREAT IN PERIL Tho Tennessee Senate ratified tho day aftornoon, In tho presence of a settlement of the matter. It became amendment last Friday by a voto ot himself to to his room and denied Chapman was one ot tho fastest largo concourse of relative, friends known toda that the federal govern-an- d 25 to 4. all even his intlmato frlonds and men in baseball. On September 27, Warsaw, Aug. is xne newspapers were nient is watching tho meeting here, a Tho services admirers. Want One Moro Stato. -. Club. Ho 1917, teammatcs'on tho Now York Jim Murnane Day at Boston, h- conducted by the Masonic Fraternity local representative ot tho Depart- - today assert th t the military crisis Suffrage leaders declare they will"" paced the floor of his room during the won a"lovlng cup for tho fastest tlmi Howard was an ardent ment of Justice admitting he was has been passed and assure the pub- - not slacken their efforts as they denight and when word came to him to In circling tho bases, doing it In four- - of which Cpt watching the conference develop- lis thnt Warsaw is absolutely safe. sire to have at least one other Stato nncmbor. day that Chapman had died the tMn apcon,,8 Capt. Howard has been a rather ments regarding the possibility ot any The counter offenslvo of the Poles is ratify before the November elections, completely and ffutcher broke down In 1917 he broke all major league conspicuous figure in his section of striko action by tho miners. announced in the newspapers In big as they expect a light to be mado aid ho desired to give nimseii up 10 sacrifice hit records with a total of headlines, and the Council of Minis against Tennessee's tho Stato, having twice served.- - his action because of ' soon aB pos- sixty-seve- n tho district attorney as und also led the Ameri- County, Butler, as County Attorney, DOUBLE CELEBRATION ters has issued a proclamation, which the clause in the State Constitution sible. can League In sacrifices In tho fol- and as representative in tho General has been posted in the streets telling which prohibits any assembly from Mnjs Dwply Touched. lowing two years. Mrs. Chester Leach gave Mr. Leach of the victorious attacks against tho acting on an ssembly, and in addition was elect amendment not submitOn his visit to tho district attored to tho Stato Senato from the dis- a surprise birthday dinner last Fri- Bolshevik! who attempted to outflank ted before the members wero electney's office, Mays was accompanied Raymond Chapman was born at trict composed ot Ohio, Butler and day, In honor of the thirty-sevent- h the capital's defensive. ed. Both United States Solicitor "by Charles McMnnua, business maua-go- r 15, Muhlenburg Counties and Common- event, and it being the second anni Render, this County, January Paris, Aug. 18 Warsaw tbnlght General Frierson and the Attorney of tho Yankees; Manager Tris 1S91, was a sou ot Everott Chapmsn, wealth's Attorney for tho district versary of tho birth of Mr. Leach'sl 3cems to be saved from the Bolshe- - Gonoral of Tennessee have declared Speakor and Secretary Walter 111., several composed of Butler, Warren and Edcousin, littlo Miss Martha Loulso viki. President Pilsudskl's armies no this clause to 'be unconstitutional in Mays who removed to llorrln, of tho Cleveland Club. jears ago, and nlto a grand?tm.of Mr. monson Counties. Capt. Howard was Leach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. longer are obliged to fight a defen the light of the recent decision of tho statement to Assistant Dimndo his and Mrs. Ellis Chapman, ot Beaver a Spanlsh-Amorlca- n war veteran, hav- Charlie Leach, she was also a shar- sive battle, and the bold offenslvo on Supreme Court in tho Ohio referenstrict attorney John F. Joyco. Tho Dam. The dead ballplayer has a ing beon mustered out of the service er in the honors with Mr. Leach. Mr. both wings has reached the first ob- dum case. pitcher, eyes filled with tears and host of relathos in thl3 County. Ho after peace had been restored with and Mr3. Charlie Leach and family jectives and the Poles appear to be baroly able to toll his story, said: was married last year to Catherine tho rank ot Captain. He was also an and Mr. Kenry Leach wero tho guests pausing before attempting to develop MRS. BARRASS ENTERTAINS "It was a straight fast ball and Daly, of Cloveland, daughter ot M. B. able lawyer, a man widely known and present. their success. not a curved ono. "When Chapman Daly, president ot the East Ohio Gas The offensive on the left wing is Mrs. E. G. Barrass entertained of considerable influence and ability. camo to bat I got the signal for a Company. I ADDITIONAL TRAIN boing personally led by the French Social Club at her homo on .straight fast ball, which I delivered. IMPROVES SERVICE Gonerals Henry and Billotte, and al- Union Street, Wednesday afternoon in, m SWALLOWED A NEEDLE. too closo and I saw It was a little OHIO COUNTIAN RETURNS ready has yielded Important results. a most pleasant manner. A number Chapman duck his head in nn efThe L. & N. R. R. Company has put It has onco more put the Poles in of games of progressive rook wero Tho Infant daughter ot Earl Cop-papath of tho ball. fort to get out of tho and wife, who live at Bragga- an additional train upon the M. II. & possession of the key to the Warsaw played, after which a delicious lunch Mr. Coleman Tatura, now of Akron, JIo was too late, howovor, and a sec- Ohio, is horo visiting relatives and docio, who seemed to be suffering E. for the purpose ot handling coal dofenses the fork between the Na- - was served. Besides tho club memground. ' It ond lator ho fell to tho looking up old friends. Mr. Tatum from somo unknown trouble which shipments west of this place and rew and Bug Rivers while tho forces bers, the following guests wero preswas tho most regrettable Incident of is great distress, was taken 'load shipments at all points along tho advancing toward Mlawa, which have ent: a son of Vernon Tatum, deceased, 'my careor and I would glvo anything and was reared somo four miles east to Memphis,' where an Xray revealed lino. reached Tsiechanoff, twelve miles to Mrs. C. R. McCalllster, Columbus, if I could undo what has happened." ot town. a needle in her sldo which Dr. Crlsler Traffic on tho local road had the south of Mlawa, wll lforce the Ga Mrs. A. V. Goodin, Charleston, story, Mr. After hearing Mays' She had swallowed it, but como so heavy that it was a matter Bolshevik! marching toward Plock Mo., Mrs. E. D. Turley, Chicago, IlH, At the ngo of 18 Mr.Tatum onllst-o- d Joyco said ho thought Chapman's in tho U. S. Army, huviug done a when, or how sho got it is n mystery, of Impossibility for the mixed triln and Thorn to beat a hasty retreat and and Mrs. O. C. Martin, City. .death was purely accidental. of eleven years with the Regu- She will soon be In her usual robust to handle it, and malntali auy sort consequently reojien the direct rail- Manager Trls Speakor.of tho Clovo-n- d total He was in tho lat- condition. Tho Caruthcrsville Mo., of schedule, often running from two road line to Danzig, BLACK CATS GATHER WITH T. L. Hus- lars and Marines. club, talking with Col. to flvd. six and seven hours lat The on he right ter branch of tho service when Uncle Republican. But the maneuver MISS MARY Ij. PENDLETON ono ot tho owners of tho Yanton, Mr. Coppago Is a brother of Mrs. now freight service wa3 installed wing, along tho line of Garvolln and Sam's forces took and occupied Vera unavoidkees, said tho accident was Monday of this week, leaving Ell- - Paratchoff, between the Vistula and Cruz, being ono of tho "Devil Dogs" O. C. Martin ,of this place. The Black Cat Club was entertainable "I do not hold Mays responsi- who assisted in that Incident. Mr. the Bug, is the more interesting of ed by Miss Mary Laura Pendleton at ble in any way,' ho added. "I have Tatum had served through the period the two from the strategic viewpoint, her home on Union Street, Wednesplay-cr- s ,l)eon active In discouraging my because it threatens the communica- day afternoon in an enjoyable meetresponsible tor which he had enlisted und was in from holding Mays cry was tions of the main Bolshevik forces. ing. Sovernl games of progressive respect to Chapman's memory, civil llfo, in Boston, when the and In going up for volunteers during the "500" wero played. .as well as for tho good ot baseball, I 'XtToW.-Th-e ' was kitty SELLS SHORTHORN HERD Mrs. Henderson Murphree, having of thlsjtlnd will stop lato war. Ho again retaliated, hope all talk A ) VILL ALWAYS LIKe ; soon transported to Franco, .ttachea OV FIFTY-SIFOR $00,575 attained the highest score in games 3 can reallzo that Mays feels this thin-- to I YOU IF YOU TREAT Ju tho Fourth Division and saw won, was awardod tho prize, a silver as deeply as any man could, and I do D HIM NICE enough "bloody fighting," ho says to Grandln, N. D., Aug. 14. B. W. book mark. At tho conclusion of ' not want to add anything to his bur- satisfy FEED HIM .Aylor, a, farmer near Grandln, one the games delicious refreshments him for a lifetime His exden. I do not know what prompted perience was rather harrowing, havof tho pioneer shorthorn breeders of were served. Thoso present, In addi'the action of tho Boston and Detroit ing spent 24 days at ono time, withtho state, sold at auction recently tion to tho club members wero: my part, I think it Is At players, for out a change of clothing, with mud fifty six head ot cattle of this brood, Mesdame3 W. B. Frost, of Moorplorablo." bod, and never, at for $GC,575. Tho average ot $1,888 man, Vernon McFeo, of Johnson City Dispatches from Boston today say and water for a Gorn head was the highest'in the history Tonn., Gllmore-Keowand L. S. Iglo-heaBoston players tho most restful perlor, out of , and tho Detroit with tho dead, the of North Dakota. Tho first ten to asking man sholl-rangCity and Misses Elizabeth planned to draw up a petition dying and mangled always In sight mmies sold for $29,875, and the prlco Haynes, Owonsboro, Artlo May, Loui for tho banishment from organized t received for the first twenty head av t ' 'I U I 111 III 111 isville, Hula King and Kathloon Turwt W ft ikS baseball of Mays. eraged $2,008. Naemoor Stella with ner, City, popular shortstop cut RUMANIAN CROWN PRINCE Grief for tho a heifer calf at her side brought -- BEGINS TOUR'tHRU U. S. O O1 i deep Into tho hearts of his ndmlrers tho top prlco at the sale, while NEW BARBER SHOP. as It became known that hero as soon SlyinAfK KirH-SRttiHNLSrfiTfaiBT" MFMhi 'llnllliin with o Lull VM uw.t fur vv, nnlf anlil w. K. Spokane, Wash., Aug. 1G. Carol, V....M an operation had failed to savo hl3 000. Mr. S. M. James, formerly otEv-ansvill- e, thought that tho diamond crown princo ot Rumania, passed "llfo. Tho of thru Spokano today on route to New but lately employed In tho spoil tho chances . tragedy would YOUNG COUPLE MARRY. shop of Mr. F. T. Belcher, has openand New York York, whenco ho will sail August 28 both tho Cleveland pon- - for his native land. Nolthor the ed a barber shop in a portion ot th? clubs for the American Leagflo Raymond Boyd and Edna Vaught, old Hartford Houso, tho room occuamong baseball prince nor the members ot his suite nant was gonoral both of Wysox, camo to Hartford pied by Cal P. Keown, as an oftlco. their prlvato fans. ' uptown Mrs. Chap-a- leftAccording to O. car.Rattanor, repre -Wednesday, obtained marriage license R. ; At her hotel CAR FOR SALE. 'and were united by Judgo Cook, the who entorod an uneven race sentative ot the Stato Department, tho 1919 Maxwell Touring Car, in ceromony taking place In the Coun stop at Madison, Wis.; with death Inst night, arriving from princo will ty Judge's office. Each of tho young splendid condition, good as now, roa- -. several hours after her Chicago, Cleveland and Niagara Falls . Cleveland pooplo were only 17 years old, tho son for selling, don't need It. colhusband broathed his last, refused to to inspect industrial plants and ofWM. LAKE, most youthful couple to obtain liproffered consolation of leges. He Is returning from an recolve tho Route 5, Hartford, Ky. 4 cense for somo time. teammates. ficial visit to the Far East. O'Jf r husband's frlonds and 13-1- 7, nost-morte- in . al 17,-000,al al-to- ry so i anti-suffrage ls, tho-Ladie- s ge GETTING ACQUAINTED X ' I "" V - yJSPH fcjHL ' k X n rt, o, in ...mum msemt iwmrjm StiBrV' $5,-50- 0, WV n, .,wwm f GOOD FLAYS WILSON ot tho federal reserve board. Tao PROFITEERS artlclo says that "the high cost of living Is traced directly to our InIt accuses Harding of "experiment- AIDED feet six inches, so when Miulsen np-pli- FOR VETOING BUDGET flated credits and blamos the resorv board and Harding for It. DURING WILSON TERM Unconstitutionality Plea Due To Failure To Get Power i. ing" and of manipulating tho credit given to the banks In such a way that "wild speculation was allowed to continue while sound production was retarded." Thoro was discrimination agalnst.tho West, the artlclo rtclaros, nomlnco for and "the Republican president will find it difficult to win the confidence of the voters becnuso of his blundering and his failure to. deflate credits and bring down prices. This artlclo has been eagerly and commented on but tho Joke of It Is that Senator Harding never had anything to do with the federal reserve board and that tho man who is at the head of ills W. P.- Q. Hardwhom ing, an Alabama Democrat President Wilson had just reappointed. Now the Republican papers are reprinting the nrtlcle, approving everything It says and then pointing out that it is a case of unintended Democratic-denunciation of tho Democratic Tho Republican administration. spellbinders are being Instructed to mako tho most of. this Democratic "boomerang" when they go on the stump. The Pathfinder. co-pl- ed e Kearns, of Ohio Arraigns .i r auure lorrevent Extortion. -- i for n bod ho Insisted ho must hnve ono without footboards. About eighteen Inches of Mndscn's lower ex tremities necessarily must ovorroach tho end of tho bed to make sleeping C0?J"r,Bb,' h0 advantages and dlsnd vantages in bolng so tall," Madscn (ald. "Sleeping on trains Is not so comfortable but glvo me a bed without footboards and I mako up for lost I JWJi W imp inn, i ' convoy vrjXt'vvL'v vjssw.t-i- . fisggffaHsSlS!. I ' ?, "" mm K$V,M.Arnn(flnfelr,Plinil'Dr,lChm' ffJ'iSlfT" ("?. ?. j j --- -. lullft mp jWr 1 w MM Mi am sra"Vsra H m n ( IP w W MB cy cm s&ft u if h For Infants nnd Childron. KlB H H I H PS W sWfc 111 Vat n W ffl WW w IA kJ ttf Si -.rd " Washington, Aug. 1 1. DenunciaWashington, Aug. 14. Explana Madscn had just passed his twen tion of the Wilson Administration tion of why President Wilson vetoed . rr birthday. Ho weighs 230 It C'& E for Its falluro to get after tho profit- pounds. the great fiscal reform put Into the te II xi rnitnr.-- fl PEH CENT. (I rr ;.. rl I.. I eers who have not only helped to budget- hill by tho Republican ConJladson wns born on n ranch In SSSafi I Ac!abteftcpOTWBur;,J i forco up prices but havo extorted Ranger, Tox. Ho was six gress Is given by Representative Jas. .:.;iot:.nMhfinri(i nviwrruw n feet tall UnrtilipStonwdiSufidlJwKbrf abnormal profits from tho people Is at tho ago of twelve years. i W. Good, of Iowa, chairman of tho mado by Representative Charles C Houso Committee on Appropriations, Kearns, of Ohio. He says: who originally fathered tho measI Thereby PromoUnpttcstion "I havo no quarrel with tho great Catarrhal DeafnessaaCannot Be Cured ure. by local amplication, tiny cannot rtach masses of loyal and patriotic men who the diseased portion of tht ear. There la Cheerfulness ana In reply to the President's stateonly one war to cure catarrhal nt.lf her On nm. MorpilUii: im mako up the Democratic party. These and that la fay a constitutional dtafneas, remedy. ment that tho law was unconstituCatarrhal Dtafneu la caused by an Mnml. Not Narcotic. mon have been misled by tho pre- tional because It Interferred with his condition or the mucous llnlnc of When this EtrijxorWkSXUUV&S. says pres- tho Eustachian Tube.rumbling sound tubeIm-Is leadership. tanse of a falso Good Tho powers of appointment, ou ha a Inflamed or perfect hearlnc. and Is entirely ent Democratic administration was closed, Deafnesn Is thewhen It Unless the ho "cannot arrive at any conthat result. Jlxhti&Ut conceived in falsehood and deceit and Inflammation can be reduced and this tube clusion other than the legal advice restored to lis normal condition, hearlnc over since has reveled in .graft nnd mil be destroyed foreier. Many cases of ho has received as to tho constituby catarrh, which Is are caused Dy a falso pre- deafness wild extravagances. an InllameJ condition of the mucous surtional powers of Congress In this resfr'am Ski faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts tense it secured the confidence of the the blood on the mucous surfaces of thru pect Is Indeed faulty." the Continuing, Good says: electorate of the nation, nnd It has sstem will glvo One Hundred Dollars for We a (.Mnfitl Remedy for case nover since overlooked . an oppor- lny cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot on the Budget "Tho Commltteo by Holla Catarrh Medicine. be CirConstlpnlion and Diarrhoea. tunity to violate its trust. It hns culars free All Drugglsti: 70c. went Into this matter very carefully, r. J. CIIENET CO., Toledo, O. T.,ccnpSLCCH f chosen to pile needless burden after and in considering the matter there burden upon tho weary shoulders of resulting ihvff omlnf31 was never a vote, either on this subo-pubflc rather than stay WORKERS SHARE IX PROFITS tho ject of creating tho general accountA TrnvelltiK MnnV Experience tho profiteers in his mad rush to ing office and providing for the compYou may learn something from tho Under a new plan of tho Internatroller general and his assistants or following by W. II. Ireland, a travel- riches. It has compelled tho tional Harvester Co. its 40,000. emI ;t:- men, women, and children in the budget itself .where thero was ing salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In :;:; T n wmu "JfUltii . country to pay constant trib- ployers will own $60,000,000 of its M any vision of sentiment between the the summer of 1S88 I had a severe at- of this IT -:la..r iSSWarnrg ute to this lawless band of profiteers. stock. All earnings over seven per of that committee. members tack of cholera morbus. I gave tho young cent will bo divided between the "In creating tho goneral account- hotel porter fifty cents and told him While the war was on, and tho workers and tho stckholders on a ing office and providing for the comp- to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's manhood of the country was baring basis. Tho only condition Is that troller general and tho assistant Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to tho breast to tho dangers of battle tho workor shall remain In the comgeneral, the committee take no substitute. I took a doublo and loyal men and women at home comptroller pany's service during the year. Exact Copy of Wrapper. CtTT NtWVO THt CCNTAUNCOMFAPtr, was guided by a single thought, and dose of it according to the directions were exerting their energies to get two officers should and wont to sleep. At five o'clock needed supplies to our soldiers at that was that these When the baby Is suffering the be placed upon a plane somewhat the next morning-- 'was called by my the front and In enmp, the profiteer double affliction of hot weather and occupied order and took a train for my next preyed unhindered upon tho vitality comparable to the position bowel disorders, tho remedy needed Tho administration by Federal Judges. Tho positions are stopping place, a well man. m of tho country. Is McGeo's Baby Elixir. It reduces sometimes rebuked but never punishand it was the opinion the feverish condition, corrects the ed this tho greatest domestic foe. of tho committee that wo should CLASSIFY KITCUIOX enemy at stomach nnd checks looseness of tho them as far as possible from WASTE FOR FOWLS Since peace has come, this bowels. Price 215c, and 50c per bohome still plies his nefarious trade ttle Sold by political considerations. It was con Ohio County Drug every household of our land. This Co. sidered that as to the President's During the summer months kitch- in m appointment, If it was made a polit- en waste is of many varieties and of Is done In defiance of a pitifully weak When the doctor treats your blood, in Nnture itself, combined with other ical office the President would In pnricilrlnrnlilft vnltimoWltPn nf pnnil and vacillating administration. This KIHTORIAL COMMENT. no pivcs you iron, lor iron is said to IurIiIj; beneficial remedial ngents. all likelihood appoint some one of his quality such waste products as beet band of h,Bhway rol,bers bo,1d,y and be the bott thing jn all medicine to Tho story of the discovery of this own political faith. If the political tops, turnip tops, carrot tops, potato successfully defy the law and go up the blood. Sometimes he new form of iron reads almost like a build What Is tho Leaguo of Nations does this by regulating your diet fairy talo and medical science li.xs . situation should change and a Presionion tops, watermelon and Ja'lon- doing with respect to tho Russo-Polls- h sometimes lie administers iron in the proved its remarkable g "So wo" do tho' "cognize the dent of some other political faith cantaloupe rinds, tho outside leaves war and other threatened form of pills or tonics. But always powers beyond question or doubt. impotency of the Depart- eW should assume the duties of that of- of cabbage, waste lettuce leaves.and ho is seekins a way to get more iron wars? So far as information Is fice, then that succeeding President similar vegetables aro relished by ment of Justice that they go unmask Acid Iron Mineral may be procured into your blood lie is trying to put vouchsafed, It is not functioning. ed into every household In every back this great builder of health and in cither liquid or the moro conwould likewise appoint some one of hens. But when such food Is mix-- 1 Interested nations, particularly Groat fjtn An rt strength. venient tablet form nt any drug store. tuo T T w I rt A 1 liis political belief. It was the desire ed with dishwater, decomposed waste ol"1" ul tls "'""" """ '"" """ Britain, Franco and Italy, aro conIt contains no alcohol or injurious Quick Improvement from dniRS and will not blacken the teeth. The profiteer has brought of tho committee that the situation material, or moldy bread harmful Pander. ferring together, but not as leaguo misery and sufforlng into a New Form of Iron It has been cpeciallv noted tlint pale, should bo avoided Is possible. results from feeding may be expect want and y n fl The new way to retore hen to the puny children, ucaic. " mombers. "A former President, somewhat ed saving tho scraps it is well counUa" "umber o homes,: In Thoy aro conferring as Independblood the surft and most drpcnrl-nbl- e and those enfeebled by, liov n "8 "" Ju Comptroller of the to separate the portions adapted for miffed because a ent nations, according to the old hisof nil method iy throunh the improvement and exhibit Treasury had ruled agslnat 'his con- feeding to the poultry flock and place ,aen,th ot lis ?M use of Acid Iron Minrrj.1. This it strenisth almost immediately a'U.r toric method. Poland, a league coin-ownothings. u natural form of olti!l iron. romid sfiirtinit treatment tention, sent word to the comptroll- these in a receptacle or pall of their daner "les member, marched into the Ukraine I'or Salo by OHIO COUNTY I1RUCJ CO, Incorporated, Hmtford, Ky. er that If he could not change the voung Pared to this great evil 6f the hour. without following the prescribed proWhen the flock of laws so thick and drastic that ., opinion of the comptroller he could iillllcjiE is itcfb . kuc Bcjiamn iiuui .wWith cedure ot the covenant. Other leaguo change the comptroller. It was the aiature birds a separata class! flea' no honest man dare turr to right or members consented to' her course by loft for fear of violation, the lawless opinion of the commltteo that, that Inn fnr anrh srrnnti mnv Iia mnrlfi I uaafraid. Inaction. Then Russia, not a league condition should not be possible In Jonr mUk, chopped meat, and other ' cont1nns in helr, md rush rfwl Again DaIM.... ,ba member, attacked Poland. parley Alt..... the office that we were creating, an food rich in elements are against the coal miner he covenant is ignored. The office that is to be, as it were, an valuable in hastening growth of derided stand and stopped I what might have been n London, if it meets, la not to be arm of Congress, where the official chickens. a national dlstaster. Some tay, for held under league auspices. might be compelled to say to the Article XVII of the covenant, cov this, he must be called to higher- NOTICE! executive officials, "This appropriaering v, ar or threat of jwar between duties. I believe', before the people tion shall not be expended for any league member and a .other purpose than that expressly ' Notice is hereby given that the un- call him into a wider field, they will member, says the league council lateresfing Experience of a Lady Who Declares Tltat if More first ask him to 'put handcuffs on the provided for in the appropriation.'dersigned will on the first Tuesday shall iuvite the outsider to become Ytobmc Knew About Cardci They Would Be Spared "The committee brought forth a in September, 1920 make application wrists ot those who have thoii hands i member and to accept league obliprovision' in this bill somewhat to the State Board of Control at Jn the pockets of every home through- gations. Midi Sickness and Worry. Then the articles declares: unique, it is true, but a- provision Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parqle, out our land. It is true, the miners' "If a state so invited shall refuse which the committee believed answers and will ask that he be released from strike was partly stopped in the early to accept the obligations of memberNawttota, Texas. Airs. W. Jl. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . every provision of the Constitution his confinement at the state peni- stages ot its development, but the ship for the .purposes of such disof this place, re'ates the following interest- just lifeless. , operator was never hindered and is and satisfies the decisions of the tentiary, at Eddyville. still allowed to make, in many in- pute, and shall resort to war against ing account of how siu recovered her "I heard of Cardui and after reading I This June 1, 1920. the Concourts in the construction of strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that stances, 1,000 per cent upon his In- a member ot the league, the provisSOtlOp ERNEST LITSEY. stitution. The provision is this: was pulling me down. 1 sent for Cardui actually losing her health: ions of Article XVI shall be applicavestment. Such dishonest pretense t " 'The comptroller general and the "Health is the grcalest thing in the and began it. . . as this and klndrod acts is whRt ble as against the state taking such assistant compti oiler general shall MVES LAWFULLY WITH TWO "In a very short while after I began the world, and when you feel lliat gradually action." WIVES, RESULT OP MISTAKE gives Impetus to tho groat unrest tohald office during good behavior, but slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment I saw an imArticle XVI, thus roferred to, proday. may be removed at any time by connotice. That is what I did provement and it wasn't long until I was "Thero is no place in the Ameri- vides for instant action against an of- tip and take London, Aug. 14. Karl Bauor, a current resolution of Congress after appetite, splendid rest, timj ago when I found myself in a all right-g- ood politics for the blathersklto or fending state. First, thero Is to bo a some notice nm! hearing, whon, In tholr discharged Austrian soldier, who was can condition of and much stronger so that I easily did my boycott, and thon tho league council very nervous, There Is a demand, how-evo- r, judgniont, the comptroller general or falsely Informed by telegram ot his hypocrite. health. I was so lircd and felt so lifeless house work. for the bravo and courageous' Is to recommend to the several gov"Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a comptrollor gonoral is in- wife's death, is now living with two assistant ernments "what offectlvo military, I could hardly go at all. tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladcapacitated or Inefficient, or has been wives and twp children in the tamo loader of mon and public thought who naval or air forco tho members ot "I was just no account for work. I will meet all questions with a courly do so, for if more women knew, it guilty of neglect of duty or malfeas- houso in Vienna. age that only fears tho wrong. The tho leaguo shall severally contribute would get a bucket of water and would would save a great deal of worry and Bauer, after receiving the telegrdm ance in olflco, or of any folony or conI would have to set it down feci so weak to tho armed forces to bo used to pro duct Involving moral turpitude, and married another woman at Irkutsk, man who shapes his thoughts in soft tect tho covenants of tho loague." oeforc I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. sickness." aud pleasing speech to attract the The enthusiastic praise of thousands of for no other cause, and in no other in Siberia, where ho had been a prisIn this condition, of course, to do even No ono seems oven to suggest aconer of war. Returning to his homo masses to his leadership, regardless manner except by impeachment.' my housework was a task almost im- oilier wpmen who have found Cardui through or by the leaguo. Gerof the justlco ot his cause, is a trait- tion helpful should convince you that it Is "Article II, Bcctlon 2, of tho Con accompanied by his newly-wedde- d possible to accomplish. many hurries troops to tho border. worth trying. All druggists sell it, wife, ho came face to face with the or to right and a menace to our in stitution, roforred to by tho Presl- "1 was . . . nervous and easily upset. to havo dispatch1.75 Tho coun Rumania is reported apouso and his two children stitutions of government. In his veto message, which dent for a lead- ed an altimatum to Russia. HunIiauor Immediately proceeded to the try is calling aloud-todadescriptive of the powors of tho Presgary and Czecho-Slovakl- a discuss mil pollco and charged himself with un- er who can turn a face of flint against ident, specifies: n penco record Is spotless, tho masses regardless of their num itary action, and thoro is talk of goneral atrophy without making conscious bigamy. " 'And ho shall nominate, and by French and British expeditions to n squeak. If such should bo tho Tho solo and only pledge tho Unlt-- d His first wife, hiring a taxlcab, fol- bers when their demands are selfish nnd with the advice and consent of Poland, but it Beoms to occur to no case, Is not a now start indlsponsa-blo- ? States mado with regard to tlio war lowed him, and tearfully begged tho and unjust." the Senate, shall appoint ambassanation to urgo that the war bo made New York" Tribune. was mado in Public Resolution No. o pollco chief to discharge her husband, dors, other public ministers and con1 (Sonato Joint Resolution 1) of tho burgeons agrco that in cases of a leaguo affair. suls, judges of tho Supremo Court, declailng that sho was willing to live Thero is ado over what platforms Sixty-fift-h Congress, Introduced on with him together with his Becond Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the and all other olllcers of tho United Acting as tho agent of a number of April 2 nnd npproved by tho Presl-dois most important. and speeches mean, but tho league ItStutos, whoso appointments aro not wife. Tho chief consented, tho cou- first Treatment April C. an efficient antiseptic Is appli- self is Inort. In a now sense tho ques- citizens who want this country to en-therein othurwlse provided for, and ple returned homo and the two wo- When tho League of Nations, Professor Our only pledge, and Its comploto ed promptly, thoro Is no danger of tion arises of what obligations this twice-marriwhich shall be established by law,' " men ,tho two children and tho country would bo under if it woro a Irving Fisher of Ynlo Unlvorslty hao fulfll(mont Is a matter of history. man aro now living harmon-ousl- y Infection and tho wuond begins to leaguo member. Would it also bo ot sounded Governor Cpx as to his at Tho lnitod Statea has punctiliously heal at onco. For uso on man or together. Tho first wife oven Tho Host I'hy.sle. thoso signing and then forgetting Its titude, nnd will soon Interview Sen- - kopt the faith with its pnrtnors in Antisepwont so far as to provide a festive boast, Borozono is the .Ideal Speaking for himself, smashing the Imperial Gorman Govtic! and Healing Agent. Buy it now momborshlp whllo tho ink is still ator Harding. Whon you want a ploasant physic moal in honor of tho homecoming of to know I Professor Fisher says ho thinks tho ernment Now York Sun. and bo ready for an emergency Prlco wot? Any ono wanting her involuntary rival. try Chamberlain's Tablet. Thoy are . Sold by why Mr. Harding is avorso to making United States should enter tho Leaguo ?5c, DOc, $1.00 and c easy to tako and mild ami gentle In County Drug Co. Ohio in specific pledges as to exactly what because, among other things, "wo Whon yon yawn a good deal in tho effect. Thoy aro highly prized by ho would do next spring may well owo It to the other nations as a mat- daytime, loot dull, achoy Je and want to people who have become acquainted i TAIjL man has considor what Is currently happening ter of good faith." stretch frequently it Is an unmlstaka- with tholr good qualities. Thoy only t time finding bed in Europe. A now situation has ob- Professor Flshor and Governor Cox blo symptom ot malaria, and unless For Infants and Children m cost a quarter. viously arisen, and It Is not strange both ought to know that tho Unltod you do sdinothlng at onpe you aro In Use For Over Years Detroit, Aug .14 Ralph E. Mad-se- that Europo llstons to Ellhu Root, States has fulfilled evory plcdgo it booked foK a spell of chills, Horblne A POLITICAL ROOMERANG. Always bears said to bo tho tallest man in the author ot the Republican loague mado w(th tho Allies and the Asso- Is a chill medicine rf that Will provont America, oxporlenced difficulty in plank, as ho labors to mako the cov- ciated powors In every particular, or euro tho disease. It drives out tho An artlclo has buot: jjolm; the Signature of finding a lodging placo when ho enant a workablo instrument. Moreover, tho Unltod States has Impurities orl which tho malarial rounds of tho Democratic papers Ueforo tbo Senate meets again tho scrupulously performed ovory obli- germ thrivesji strengthens tho roached Detroit. liver Harding in tho strongwut Physicians of Ilrost, Pranch, arc Dotrolt hotels neglected to arrange loaguo covenant may bo' archaic gation it assumed subsequent to tho and cleanses tho bowels. Prlco COc tonus bioauso of his policies as houd demanding an eight-hou- r day. sleeping quarters tor men ot seven through dtsuso may havo died from armistice. The nation's war and Sold by Ohio Cbunty Drug Co. m ty-thl- rd r- time." rosmni Ay Mothers Khow That Genuine Castoria - S Signature. Jr f$f Always Bears the J tax-payi- y For Over 110,-000,0- 'J-- tl1 Thirty Years -- G0-40 UHu I UElitfi seml-judlcl- vo Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron blood-makin- - i , T nl run-dow- ner-!on- .reerrTrfod utcrc-nsc- Y n. ,.., .- t,. p'-oi- YHR HEALTH .a uppie? non-leag- Ta - run-do- A lsi"t y 1 ov-o- nt or ed j. J1-.50- ip CASTO R lA 30 &Gx7&&6rt hard n, Y-1 DANGER OF WORLD WAR NOW IS PAST Famolis War Writer Holds New Conflict Is Not Probable. J. W. Mason In Louisville Herald. Talk of another world war IS a sign of Europo's overwrough nerves. There la no dangor of such a conflict breaking out at this time. Gormnny Is not ready for It and until Germany Is ready the moat that could happen would bo a local conflict confined to tho oastorn part of Kuropo nnd probably limited to as far ns serious operations are concerned. There is no doubt but that tho effectiveness of tho Russian oporatlon3 against tho Poles has revived Russian Imperialism. Tho very successes of tho Uolshcvlkl on the field of battle may be their undoing. Imperialism plays no part in the Soviet program; nevertheless It looks as It Lenin and Trotzky are having tho utmost difficulty in controlling tho martial spirit of the victorious Russian soldiers. Imperialism plays no part In the Soviet program; nevertheless it looks nB it Lenin nnd Trotzsky nro bavin? tho utmost difficulty in controlling tho martial spirit of the victorious Russian soldiers. Mnny Russians who have been fighting against Poland are not Communists. Thoy have been defending their country against foreign nnd hnvo not been offering their lives at the Soviet altar. This class apparently wants to prolong hostilities. Germany's astute leaders sec an opportunity to help thelr'own country by magnifying the Importance of this new development in Russia. How serious It really is there Is no Immediate means of tolling, but certainly Germany's word In tho matter can not be accepted. Tho Gormnns wan? the allies to believe a Uolshovlkl spirit of conquest Is rampant. Such n viewpoint would add to the allies difficulties, nnd German loaders believe It might even force the allies to permit Germany to Increase her army ns a barrier against a Soviet Invasion of Western Europe. This German suggestion appears U bo fantastic. The most Russian Imperialism can bo ambitious for is perhaps the recon-queSerious old to Poof Polnnd. land by tho allies on a sufficient scale to provent tho realization of that .would bo difficult, but by no means Impossible. It would not mean a world war. If a world war were threatened by some totally unexpected development tho American people could stop It, Thoy could stop It by preemptorily demanding nn end to tho petty parti-Ba- n spirit shown by everybody at Washington in dcnling with grave international questions. It must not bo forgotten that tho present development In Eastern Europe is due to Poland's own Imperialistic effort to Invade Russia. It wa3 Russia's response that overwhelmed tho Poles. This makes RuBsla's action a defensive one. There was no aggressive militarism In Russia at tho beginning of the drlvo Into Poland. If It exists nov It has doveloped very suddonly and may disappear as quickly as it camo. st do-sir- e Po-Inn- d, can bo obtained. Aerial experts say this will niako freight cargoes by air a success. Tho "Pelican four-to- n aerial lorry" has been built by tho Blackburn firm to demonstrate tho new Idea. The machine, a monoplano, has a wing-spa- n of 14 C feet, Is fitted with two Napier engines and tho propellers nro fitted on to shafts behind the piano. With ono engine running tho machlno can fly and climb at a speed of seventy-tw- o miles nn hour. Tho nlrplano will carry four tons of freight nt n cost of two shillings (10 cents) a mile. IJy means of shutters near tho leading edgo of tho piano tho airplane can bo turned and maneuvered with great enso Independently of tho rud- dor. This surmounts the difficulty of tho Wright patents. e An Old Fault Finder An Irritablo nnd fault finding disposition Is often caused by indigestion. A mnn with good digestion and bowels that act regularly Is usually good nnturcd. When troubled with Indigestion or constltpatfon take lhambcrlaln's Tablets. They strengthen tho stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. They also cause a gcntlo movement of the bowels. m PLANT USES 1 .'1,000 TOXS OK COAL DAILY Small Cars and the Declining Cost of Tire Mileage N" ir.ov -- f'r. You are aware, of course, that during the last ten years, Goodyear has been able steadily to increase the amount of mileage built into its tires Do you realize, also, that this increase has been accomplished without extra cost to the user that Goodyear Tires are priced no higher today than in 1910? In no tire in the Goodyear line is the declining cost of mileage more evident than in the present 30x3-- , year Tires made especially for small cars. 30x31k- - and 31x4 -- inch size Good- rittsburg, Aug. 14. plant Is tho gigantic works nt Clalrton, A real wonder coke near here, the largest Institution of its kind In the world. Hero nro somo of the "whooping tlguros about tho plant: 0 To operate It ono day requires tons of coal. The surplus gas collected In twenty-fohours totals 75,000,000 cubic feet. Coal tar, the substance from which aro distilled hundreds of products of widely different character, ranging from aniline dyo to synthetic medicines and perfumery, Is produced on an average of 150,000 gallons daily. Each day there is also produced 29,000 gallons of benzol, 7.400 gallons of uro toluol,, 2,800 gallons of crude heavy solvents, 1G0 tons of sulphate of ammonia, S.OOO tons of fur-nacoke, 500 tons of domestic coke, J00 tons of coko dust. To lnsttro tho necessarily dally supply of coal a fleet of twelve barges and seven towboats on tho Mononga-hel- a River Is kept In constant operation between tho company's mines and tho plnnt. Tho coal storage yard has a capacity of 250,000 tons. Inside the grounds of the plant aro eight miles of main lino railroad track and twenty miles of yard track. To tako care of tho coal and tar and benzol tho company maintains seventy-five 10,000 gallon tank cars. Tho plant extends a mllo of the river front. Its cpke ovens number 765 and thero Is room to doublo ths number. 13,-00ur co If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service 's Station for Goodyear Tires get the exceptional worth and endurance that Goodyear builds into them. 30 sc 3'A Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, All Weather Tread 30 x 3 Goodyear Single-Cur- e ic.Antl.Skld Tread -- J 150 Lj -- e lt en 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 T, 30 x.3!A size in aaterbnoflat $f I H r "SET ME RIGHT 1TW0 YEARS AGO" PRISONERS' LEAGUE PROVES A FAILURE Louisville Man Says He Has A ' .i Tho Mutual Welfare League, originated by Thomas Mptt Osborno in tho old Sing Sing prison (now and less successfully imitated in other prisons, hns failed of its purpose and been abolished In most penitentiaries. At Ossinlng not long ago tho officers of the league, all trusties, escaped, leaving tho prison InFailure of tho mates disorganized. plan has been attributed to the belief that men in prison could never direct other men when they had been unsuccessful in controlling thomselves. It Is claimed that a better systom of WILL GIVE BETTER remust bo devised TRANSFER SERVICE discipline enn hope for much before Improveformists ment in uplifting tho prisoner. ow On and after July 1, I will bo able to gWo you 100 per cent bettor transMARRIED TEACHER FAVORED fer servlco between Hartford and Beaver Dam, for tho following reaA commlttoo of tho Carnegie Founsons: dation has mado a report in which I will oporate nothing hut clean, tho married woman teacher is easy riding cars. "Thero is probably no work," You will not be compelled to wait said the commltteo, "to which marwhile tho mall Is being loaded. riage nnd a normal homo llfo could You will not bo compel! id to ride .contrlbuto a qualification moro in a mall truck with the dirty mail than thoy could to teaching." bags. It fs stated that a prejudico exists I will be able to Htart promptly on against tho mnrrlod teacher, who has tlmo, as I will havo no mall for always been told to "stay at homo which to wait. and give the girls a chance," but It I appreciate your patroncgo while Is declared that sho has been vindiI was handlonppad by tho mall con- cated by tho law, bypubllc opinion tract, and assuro ydu that it is with and by results. ploasuro that I announce a better Borvlce for you. NEW ALTITUDE RECORD Respectfully, J. E. QURTIS. Donvor, Aug. 14. Altitude rect6 u ords for United States Weather NEW FLYING MACUIXE observation balloons wore shat' HAS SEA GULL W1XGS tered here whan ono of the mlnaturo gas bags attained a holght of 01,023 London, Aug. 14. Tho Creator feet moro than oloven miles. The was right, after all, Is tho conclusion balloon wag said by observers to have of tho Blaokburn Aeroplane Company, been traveling at the 'rate of 258 which has Just produced a flying ma- miles per hour at Its maximum chlno which haB wings shaped Ilka height. those of a seagull. ThlB new typo combines high lift Ing power with low resistance, against FOR FLETCHER'S the air. With those new wings a load-in- g i square foot of thirtoou pounds pdr g) Ru-rea- Had Splendid Health Ever Since Tanlac Ended His Troubles. "You may put mo down as one Louisville man who will always praise Tanlac, for it set mo right two years ago and has kopt mo in tine shape ever since," said W. T. Car men, 442 South First street, Louisville, Ky., In conversation with a spe cial Tanlac representative recently. "Before I got Tanlac," he continued, "I had suffered from indigestion for twenty years, and during that time I had many acute attacks that rendered mo unfit for work for several weeks at a time. My stomach seemed to be weak and upset nearly all tho time, and after ovory meal I suffered from a sour gas that formod on my stomach. Then several years ago I was taken down with a spell of typhoid fever that left mo in a badly n condition, and my stomach In a worse shape than over. My liver becamo sluggish, I was constipated all tho tlmo and had that tired, worn-ou- t fooling. My joints were stiff and overy bono In my body seemed to ache, and I also suffered from bron-ohlrun-dowal lic statement for what it may be worth to others who are needing such a medicine." Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean, In Horse Branch by Ola- ton Drug Co., In Rockport by James Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, in Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr., and in McHenry, by S. J. Tichonor. Advertisement. SHORT COURSE IN K. S. U. AGRICULTURE trouble. my usual custom of I hoard of, whon I saw Tanlac advortlsed I bought a bottle, and aftor taking holt of the first hattlo I knew I had at last struck the right modlclno, 'for thoro was a considerable Improvement In my condition. I stuck right to Tanlac until my troubles completely loft mo and I felt like a now man. Since that tlmo two years now, I havo mado it a rule to teko a bottlo of Tanlac about overy jslx months to tond up my systom, and I oat It keeps mo in fine shape. just anything I want at any time and never have an ache or a pain. So I can testify to both tho immediate and lasting results that come from Tanlac, and I am gla'd to mako a pub "Following trying ovorythlng Oliil&ren Ory CAS T.O R A t Lexington, Ky., Aug. 13. The College of Agriculture of the University of Kentucky will offer a short i course in practical farming for the beginning" Novemyear 1920-19ber 1st and ending February 26th. The regular faculty of the College CAXTU WILLING TO will Instruct tho classes and the maSURRENDER OFFICE triculates will have opportunity to hear a series of Important lectures Mexico City, Aug. 15. Esteban nnd to ottend the meetings of FarCantu, governor of Lower California, mers' Week. The course is divided into two who has been leading an insurrection against the federal government, has terms, the first consisting of seven agreed to surrender office to Luis M. weeks before the holidays and the Salazar, recently appointed governor second eight weeks following the of that state by Provisional President holidays, Tho arrangement is made do la Huorta. Ho has stipulated how-ove- r, to give farmers the advantage of th at ho is not to bo punished for taking tho work during slack season any of his acts in the past, that he on the farm and either one or both will remain a colonel In tho Mexican terms may be taken. All Instrucarmy, and that his troops will con- tions In the short course will be very practical and the students will see tinue In tho service, according to which quotes ,an official tho application and, In many cases, announcement. Salazar is now in results of the same work on the ExLower California, where he has been perimental Station farm. Tho modnegotiating with Cantu as a friend of ern farmer has many problems to both tho governor and the provisional solve, many agencies through which to work and the object pf tho short president. ' courso Is to accomplish greater and less costly production by use of SELECT. EARS OF CO UN ON STALK whnt the farmer has available in The Inknowledge and equipment. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 13. When terest shown by communities in agready to select seed corn, the riculture In tho last five years indifarmer should go through tho field cates that farmers desire the latest and select and pull ears of corn that and best Information and that thoy are as near tho boat that ho can requlro good training for work. EvThe ery dollar Invested now must bo confind and which aro mature-l- . department of agronomy. CoUetfo of sidered with care and the high prices Agriculture, has found that the best of land, labor, machinery, farm equip way to soloct corn la tho field way ment and farm power drives theso re Whon tho farmer gooa into the Hold quirements homo to tho farmer. Ef to select corn he can pick from the ficiency is a foundation for good Colears that are not too high on the up- work and can bo prooured at the type of corn will be lege of Agriculture. Tho course loads right stalks. A produced! by tho farmer who pur- to an understanding whioh will onable sues this method, In which all plant tho farmer to avail himself of the services of tho county 'asont, to know aro moro or lees uniform. what his farm requires and how to c Constipation is the starting point answbr tho demand. The short course, is open tp mon for many serious diseases. To bo healthy," keep the bowels active and and women of mature age in the. regular. Herblno will remove all ac- State. Persons under 17 yoars. of cumulations in tho bowels and put tho age may not attend except by spesystem in prime condition. Prlco 60c cial permission. No examination for m entrance is required but the student Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. 21 -- should have at least a good knowledge of the public school branches aught below the high school. Courses will bo offered In soil fertility, soil physics and management, farm crops, plant diseases, gas engines, gas tractors, hygiene and sanitation, breeds of livestock and Judging, principles of feeding, livestock feeding beef production, sheep and pork production, breeding of farm animals, farm dairying, dairy manufactures, farm butchering, farm poultry production, diseases of livestock, judging contest, injurious Insects, bee keeping, agricultural economics, farm management, homo orchard and fruit garden, farm vegetable garden, marketing, farm market organization. A certificate of merit is given at the conclusion of acceptable work In the short course. Tho requirements aro that tho student must comA plete 36 credit hours of work. credit hour is one hour of lecture and recitation each weok for ono term. If a class meets threo times a week for the term, threo credits will be given for tho1 work. Two laboratory hours aro required for ono credit hour. An advance certificate of merit will be given if a student completes 36 additional credit hours of work. For further Information and for bulletin on tho short course, address Thomas Cooper, Dean, College of Agrlculturo, Lexington, Kon- tucky, Apply a cotton cloth wet with Ballard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, cuts burns, sores or blisters, and note its wonderful healing power. It Is prompt and very effective Prico 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug" Co. WIND 18 MILES AN HOUR lft In a pilot balloon four nnd a half miles above Lansing, Mich., a wind blowing ISO tnllqs an hour was observed last winter. This is believed to ho the highest wind spei'd ever recorded at sueh an altitude Wind vqloeRlis aro known to bo much greater at higher altitude (iirui clouds far aboe the r irh lnvc Un noted, laying at about joo n 11?$ an hour. "iThc Hartford Republican Published AVcckly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated poar that tho Peoplo were but ambition's ladder whoreto tho climber upward turned hinace, and when onco the topmost round he did attain, he then unto the ladder turned his back, looked Into the oloudsj scorning tho base degrees by which ho did STRAY STREXKS (By Fluke McFluko.) AV. S. TIXSMJY, Editor mid Business Mutineer. Hartford won another game last Saturday, that Is the boy t) i.'ii't lose, No rain fell Sunday 'cause It rained. Entered according to law at the Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., a3 uall matter of tho second class. all communications sTho Hartford Republican. Address to SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE ; Subscribers TO desiring tho paper sent In advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per but other advertisements, word. Anonymous communications will receivo no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY, to a new address must give tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. , .Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for each head lino and signautre, money 59 123 20 AUGUST REPUBLICAN TICKET. I " r j For President ' For For ! For WARREN G. HARDING. Vice President CALVIN COOLIDGE. U. S." Senator RICHARD P. ERNST. Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. It democratic Chairman White that theNatlonal Is to resign in the near future, probably on account of his health. White has been acting as though the League of Nations did not lie well, in fact not at all, on his stomach. And we have no doubt that Dr. Wilson and Cox in their circumscribing have prescribed the rest cure for Brother White's Reports have and Ccntcrtown won. Democrats In Conventions assemblWe've been getting six goul cars ed, and oratorical spellbinders aro attaining tho habit of pointing with of corn and a half gallon of sliclle 1 special pride to tho fact that tho pres- pole beans duity for sonio weeks prosecuted the and we aro lookiilg now for a new ent Administration greatest of all wars to a successful belt or some hickory bark. conclusion. But they face tho other way when their policies disclose such Something has happened to Bat bungling of business methods and Nail lately. Ho looks about like n wanton waste of the peoplo's money mug of butter milk turned to whey. gifts to profiteering Some say Bat's got a bad caso of by gracious plunderers, as is illustrated by the Beavcrdamltls, but to us ho nets more like a fellow with a disordered following example: liver or an enlarged gall. War Department contracted with a Hammond, Ind., Some boy, or boys, painted a good-size- d steel car company to construct carriages. sign reading "No hunting allowIt 964 howitzer agreed to pay for the cost of ed in this park" and posted It on tho buildings, material, and machinvacant lots across the street from the During that day, the ery, and the company was to be Courthouse. In paid a commission upon the toweeds, which wero man-size- d 1 eight, were mown down. Then some tal cost of the carriages. Tho enterprising fellow removed the sign Government paid for the buildings, which were erected upon to the fence on the front sldo of Jailer Tlchenor's garden, but Worth the company's grounds $2,987,-20- 0, and after the armistice was ain't ylt took tho hint and cut even signed the War Department sold the worst thickets out of the place that was too much for Mrs. Tlchenor these buildings back to tho company for $600,000. At tho tlmo to look after by herself the armistice was signed this company had on hand material Me and some more of Ed Davidson's nolghbors are not sneakingly, for which the Government had paid ?5, 558,000, and the adminbut quietly investigating him. We istration sold this material back can't 'za.'tly decide whether L'd's got a lip that stutf Is going up, or he's to the company as Junk for the a bit daffy, struck a gola mlno somesum of 300, 000, "and that, too, in the face of the fact arsenals where or flxin to take the bankrupt law. It is known beyond all shadow of the United States were clamoring for material of this characof doubt that he laid in the whole of a thumpin big side of bacon, we mean ter." Not a single howitzer carriage had been delivered to the Ed laid the meat in and not in the meat, a can plum full of lard and two. Government prior to the signing If not three or more pounds of sugar, of the armistice but after the armistice was signed the Ordall on the same day this week. We nance Department had tho commean to delve to the bottom of this pany finish 200 of these carmystery and report our findings to riages, and these 200 carriages General Palmer. cost the Government the sum The employe who Is always careof $1S,5S2,42S.SS, which sum representatives of this adminisless and unmindful of thehour when tration paid out of the Treasury he hangs his coat and hat on the ofof the United States." fice peg in the morning and then consumes thrlty minutes, both noon and evening watching the clock, to make MARRIAGE LICENSES. certain that he does not work a minute overtime, Is generally an unprofiEdwin Easton, Central City, to table and undesirable servant, and is Bertha Shafer, Echols. certain to be seeking another Job Jerry Lewellen, Select to Martha while the fellow below, who gave Ann House, Select. more heed to his work, and less atRaymond Boyd Wysox, to Eon, tention to the timepiece around the Vaught, Wysox. quitting hours, is filling the position held by the clock watcher. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. o lo SAMSON TRACTORS JOW IS THE TIME to get busy plow inn jour soil for wheat and Rra.s, and wc nolo that Ohio county ts taking llio back number in wheat product Ion, which Mioiild not ixi true. Some day this is catiMMl by labor shortage, which may Iks m, but wo want to call our attention to the fact that jou can easily owrcome this by iislng a SAMSON TRACTOR on your farm. bottom Plows Tandem This is a Farm Hor.se thnt you can pull jour two Harrow, Cultivator, Binder, thra.sh jour wheat, or do any kind of farm work. AVe are ready to demonstrate on YOUR FARM the ability of this 11-ln- SAMSON HORSE Now, some may tell jou thnt they hate the but don't get too much of this material up ocr and see ' jour lcuvc before you look tho M-- e lct tractor on the market, and 'tho only t.crvIco Motion, SAMSON TRACTOR that ho is a good horso and will It at work on the farm, then wc bcllcto j.ou will want hlni In the family. ACTON BROTHERS Samson Dealers for Ohio County HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. R Robert James Engleby, and for tho of the undertaker, Mr. kindness Frank Caseblcr. Wo especially appreciate the floral offerings of our friends and the singing of tho choir. VIIS. M. J. ENGLEBY AND FAMILY. Cattle: Fairly good inquiry for the Dressers, Bedsteads, Mattresses, tho Sugar Trust was selling prime light butcher stock at prevail Lamps, and other household goods. While Stlp sugar In the United States for 20 ing prices. Slow trade on the medium Apply to Mrs. J. A. DUKE, cents per pound, and limiting the sup- and Inferior kinds at unchanged rate. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ply, the War Department under tho Good quality feeder and stocker cattle continues In excellent demand Democratic Administration sold To tho taxpayers of Ceralvo and pounds In France for 2 cents Common stockers neglected. I, or Smallhous vdtlng precincts: Quotatolns: Prime heavy steers one of my deputies will be at Ceralvo per pound. The difference between 2 and 20 cents equals $396,000,000. $12.5013.50; heavy shipping steers Monday and Tuesday, August 23rd, Instead of this gigantic concern con- Sll.5012.50; medium steers, $10 and 24th, and at Equality, Friday and 11.50; light steers $810; heifers Saturday, August 27th, and 2Sth tributing to Republican campaign funds, as Governor Cox charged in $6.50 11; cows $7 10.50; medium for the purpose of assessing the tax his speech, the Democrats virtually cows $5 7; cutters $45; canners payers in the precincts mentioned donated the above stupendous sum to $3.50 4; bulls $57; feeders $7 above. ihe Trust. If either of the disreputa- 10; stockers $69; choice milch Please meet us promptly with your ble evils must come upon us, may the cows $80 95; medium $60 80; Inventory. .. Good Lord direct donations from tho common $4060. D. E. WARD, Com'r. Ohio Co. Calves be.st Prices steady; trusts, rather than gifts from the L. T. BARNARD, D. Tax Com'r. Government, through taxation of the veals $11.50 12; medium to good $G10; common $45; slow trade SING SING MAGAZINE people, to the trusts. on common rough calves. FOR SALE. "If you approve of my leadership, and wish me to be your unembarrassed spokesman in affairs at home and abroad, I earnestly beg you will express yourselves unmistakably to that effect by returning a Democratic majority In both the Senate and House of Representatives." (Wilson's partisan appeal just prior to the 1918 elections) Did the Country answer that appeal? Yes, but to Mr. Wilson, tho deaf eared, the answer was as it unskopen, It echoed around the world, and tho voice, although unheard by the President and his followers, has not since that date been This selfsame Senato, tho stilled. ono Wilson begged tho people to informed Wilson, the President, and lone spokesman acting as his own commissioner, for the United State and the people who had bo recontly withheld from him a vote of confidence ho pleaded for, that It could and would not approve tho Xoague ho was urging and assenting to. An oligarchy probably would havo amtyidojL but not so with the Dynasty. JB oars remained deftly scaled to fh voice of the people as uttorod In answer to the famous appeal for approval- of 'my pollciott' a expressed by the duly commissioned and constitutional Representatives, specially ohosen as a direct rebuke. byitirSIEJectQittte, of Wilson and his Mr. AVJhton was elected by in 1916, on a specific luTToanli' for no less a specific jmr- sposQ, viz: That h kept us out of war und thnt he would keep ui out of Did and foreign entanglements. ho? And would he? It would ap- :e-tuHu-ro- pe Hogs Receipts 1,304 head. Big demand continues for choice hogs and prices as the result on a steady basis Best hogs 250 pounds and up $14.50; 165 to 250 pounds $15.75; 120 to 165 pounds $15.25; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $11.50; 90 pounds down $16; throwouts $11.25 down. Sheep and Lambs Trade generally steady with a good active demand for the strictly good lambs. Best lambs ranged from $10 to 12 according to weight and quality only choice kinds bringing top price; seconds $0.50 7 ; culls $3 3.50. Best fat sheep $6 down; bucks $4 down. , PRODUCE Local. produce dealers quote buying prices as follows, net to shipper, the shipper paying frolght and drayago charges: EGGS Candled 42 43 conta doz. BUTTER Country 31c lb. POULTRY Hens 28c lb.; spring chickens (broilers) 3033c lb.; old roosters 10 lie lb.; ducks 10 15c lb.; turkeys 30 35c lb.; geese 1215c lb.; guineas 30 35c apiece. e OWK.V MOORE INJURED STOPS PUBLICATION Aug. 16. The Ossinlng, N. Y S(ng puiietin, magazine euiteu ,nraateg of s, s,ng 1)r,80n gtfffL hnvn n ririnMnn ovn in m. cope and Asia, has suspended publication, Warden Lawes announced tonight. Visitors who appeared at the prison today to obtain copies of the August number wero refused them. Protests against suspension of the paper have been sent to Governor Smith by former Attorney General, George W. AVickersham, Judge Otto Rosalsky, Adolph Lewisohn nnd others, it was said. Superintendent of State Prisons Charles F. Rattagan throe months ago ordered the circulation of the bulletin reduced from 5,000 copies to 1,500 cop.es. have a view of the race. The Rock- it a nvtltlnr vtw frt Im to n nt Ait f s .races. There is a good Ferry at Rockport and Its a delightful placo People owning Get your cultivator from ACTON ' to spend a vacation. BROS, Hartford, Ky. tents or automobiles with tents are invited to camp on the ground withNearly overj day Mr. and Mrs. John T. King left out extra charge. here Tuesday for Decatur, 111., where they have a public wedding. They will give a nice prizo and everything they go to make their future home. is free to any couple getting married. Tho Ohio County Fair is, and ought FOR SALE. to be a fair for tho people. Get ready to attend and meet old friends and 5 k Durpck sows with pigs. Tho dates, Sept. 16, acquaintances. Also 2 horses ana one mule, Will 17, and 18. sell stock cheap. CLAUD KING, Hartford Mrs. R. E. Lee Slmmerman and m daughter, Miss Winnie D., will leave CLEAR KUN. tomorrow or Sunday for Charleston, Mo to be the guests of Mrs. Geo., Mrs. Grade Meadows, of OwensboH. Bridges, several days. ro, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoover, of this place, this Mr. Richard Raymer and two chilweek. dren, of Goose Creek, Texas, spent Mr. Earl Thomasson visited relafrom Tuesday until yesterday here, tives at Hetlin Saturday and Sunday tho guests of Mr. Raymer's sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. AA'. Trogdon were Mrs. Alfred Stewart nnd Mr. Stewart. In Hartford, Tuesday. The Texas visitors will spend some There is a great deal of sickners tlmo-witrelatives In other near-b- y in this locality. Bad colds seem to be sections before returning to , their the prevailing trouble. home. Yates Everling, of tho'VVashlngton country, enrolled In tho Taylor school Mrs. Mrs. AV. H.May Monday. Charles Klrkconnell, of Muscogee, m Okla., arrived here Tuesday, and CARD OF THANKS were guests until yesterday of Mrs. Maj's brother, Mr. J. A. AA'esterfleld AATe wish to express our sincere and family. They went to Dundee thanks to our friends who wero so j'esterd'ay afternoon to visit relakind and helpful during tho illness tives. They aro to spend the re- and burial of our husband and father, mainder of two weeks thero and in Owensboro, before returning home. PERSONAL NEWS mUOJltL.CE.niD ! t full-stoc- Comeinamlin&ke the of the two tot "Tk vinliiitf on milk a NEWEDISON Phtriek Let us show you how $" r, in tone between two famous violins. E. 1. Raines & Bro. Ilemcr Dam, Ky out the subtle distinctions gj Q Tho Ohio County Fair grounds aro conceded to bo as flno as is 'found in tho State. Not so extensive and elaborately Improved of course, but Ideal for a County Fair. Tho management plans to have an old time, old fashioned, good- - for everybody-to-be-thofair, Sept. 16, 17 and 18. Take a short rest from your lnbors and spend tho threo days pleasantly with old friends. re But!er Lounty MORGANTOWN, KY. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. and AVest Beavor Dam precincts', I, or ono of my doputles will be at Beaver Dam, August 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th for the purpose of assessing taxpayers of said preoln'cts. Please make -- To tho taxpayers of East your Inventory and most us promptly. D. E. AVARD, You have been thinking about a Is tho tlmo to buy. You havo disposed of your calves and you aro not so busy In your crops.Re-membe- r that tho Sharpies is the only Separator that skims clean at any speed and has only 3 working parts to cloancomparod to tho basket full nt Tlmcnro nf ntlipr mnkna. Thav cost moro than somo othor makes be- ou causo thoy aro worth moro. inachlno for don't want a mako-shlinly a year or two. A separator Is supposed to last a llfo time, and n Sharpies will do so. f AVILLIAMS & DUKE. Separator, now leptemfeer 2, y 9 ft W1IBN A1UPLANE FALLS London, Aug. 1G. Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. While starting FIFTY DOLLARS A DAY an airplane flight to Paris today, OwFOR SHEARING SHEEP en Mooro, American motion picture actor and former husband of Mary At tho hearing of evidence in a Plckford, was Injured here today, wage dispute at Denver It was learn-o- d when the plane crashed to the ground. that as much as $50 a day is earnThe o ed by oxport More than 1.000 families living In usual contract price is 17 '& cents a and n ear Greensburg, Pa., are rais- "shear"; a good workman with proping rabbits to avoid paying the high-pric- er equipment ean shear as many as 200 u day and expert can shear 300. asked for other meats. sheep-ehearers. es Tho Premium lists of the big Rock-po- rt Ind., Fair are out and will bo mulled to nnv ono who will send a post card to Mr. C. M. Partrldgo, Sec- rotary. Tho dates aro Aug. 25 26, j 27, and 2Sth. The Rockport Fair is noted far and wide for Its beautiful grounds. It is a natural forest but tho confer field is without a tree. And the ground raises from tho track so that ono can stand on the high ground about the track and always ; I Large stock display, fast racing program, trick aeroplane and Over land Gasoline Horse jumping a span of IS feet. J COME aiid ENJOY a REAL FAIR I . V-- I I j,. - . J , j Judgo Mack Cook and Supt. E. S. Wo pay cash ovcry day for eggs ami Howard attended the funeral nnd bupoultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. rial of Capt. N, T, Howard, Monday, If you have not received tho Ohio at Morgantown. County Fair program write or sco Mrs. Bessie Daly, who" had been Dr. L. B. BEAN, Hartford, Ky. visiting relatives hero and at other Mrs. Everett Mllllgnn, of Nocreck, points in the County, returned to her wont to Calhoun yesterday, to dpend homo in Detroit, Mich., Friday. a few days with relatives and friends. Miss Mildred Williams has gono to The Primrose Cream Separators Beaver Dam, to bo tho guest of her get all tho cream nnd tho prico is sister, Mrs. M. Williams. Greenvlllo 7t4 News, "Tho Central City Argus." right. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. - BSBHB PUQC VOOL PABRICS irr TMioq oo I V ' 1 Just Received! Right direct from manufactors to us. "We d line of Lamean a special and dies' Voile and Organdy Waists just the materials for the hot weather. If you are small, we can fit you; if you are large, we can fit you. Size 34 to 46. Price well-assorte- $2.00 to $3.00 Mrs. L. L. Stewart, of McIIcnry, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke will go to was tho- guest of friends In tho city RusgellvJIle, tomorrow, to spend Satlast Thursday. The Central City urday and Sunday with Mrs. Duko's sister, Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon and Mr, 6'Bannon. Mr. W. Q. Dennett and daughter, Miss Esther, went to Owcnsboro, Berry D. Walker, with tho Good 1 Wednesday, to visit friends and rela- Year Tiro and Rubber Co., Akron, tives. Ohio, arrived here Sunday, to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. nnd A full lino of Red Spot Paint and Mrs. R. D .Walker. Get your supply now Varnishes. while the painting season Is on. Miss Annetta Gillespie and Master ACTON DUOS. James Carlislo Gillespie were the week end guests of Miss Gillespie's Mr. C. P. Turner, of Owensboro, sister, Mrs. D. B. Hancock', and Mr. was hero Monday nnd Tuesday, re- Hancock, of Leltchfield. ceiving and shipping a carload of stock. Mrs. Charles Smith and little son, Edward, of Madisonvllle, arrived here Mrs. Jeff Watterson, of Ashley, Wednesday, to spend several days 111., is expected to arrive here Sunwith Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett and day for an extended visit with rel- other friends and relatives. atives. Go to the Rockport, Ind., Fair, Hay Harvest Is nere and wo hao August 25, 26, 27, and 2Sth. There the KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, Is a good Ferry at Rockport. Large that good Guaranteed kind. buildings that do not leak. No dust WILLIAMS & DUKE. on the Rockport Fair Grounds. Mrs. Herbert E. Taul, of McQuady, Misses Mary and Ethel Barnard, was the guest of Mrs. Russell Walker of Island Station, and Miss Anna and Rev. Walker, from Sundayto Laura Jagoe, of Owensboro, arrived Tuesday. here Wednesday for a several days visit with relatives and friends. Mr. James Glenn, ol Louisville, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday Mrs. W. B, Frost and little daughhere with his parents, Judgo and Mrs. ter, returned to their home at MoorJ. S. Glenn. man, yesterday after .spending ' a week here with Mrs. Frost's father, Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Leach, of Dr. E. B. Pendleton and family. Beaver Dam, spent four days last week, visiting the Mammoth Cave and Mr. ap.d Mrs. McDowell Fair and Lincoln Farm. daughters, Misses Virginia and Victoria, after spending several days here Johnson returned with relatives, returned to their home Mlas Dewey Tuesday from a visit with friends and Sunday, in North Chattanooga, Tenn. Born August the 18th., a girl baby, to Mr. and Mrs.Emmel Eskrldge, Mrs. Sarah C Smith and Miss Bes- of Sunnydale. Mother and baby dosie Morton returned last week from ing nicely and Emmel still surviving. Nashville, Tenn., where they had The little visitor has been christened Lena Bell. spent a few days. and Louisville. . nLJIHA WM ji.TAvioa&ca 44 FALL" 0. K. in Price. The new fabrics for Fall are now on hand. They're superb. They're pure wool throughout, and what's more important, they're Last Call on Millinery. About 50 Hats left Some sold for $5.00, some for $7.00 and $8.00. Choice Friday and Saturday, $1.95. You'l) like the nifty looking patterns; the graceful, snappy-lookin- g models, and your .sense of justice will be tickled when you get wise to their values. You1 will like them. Special Prices on Ladies' Slippers tailOn the whole our offering in oring for the Fal1 is exceptionally fine, and we take great pride in announcing the opening of the season. COME AND SEE US made-to-measu- re Z2;Mq r . relatives ia Southeastern Kentucky, Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. The Hartford I'JMDAY, Republican AUGUST ' 20 PERSONAL NEWS L BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS Grapes for sale, 3 & AND SOCIAL EVENTS BRO. cents per pound. MRS. JOHN DUKE. Mr. J. I. Goodman spent the weekend In Owensboro, with his family. Miss Mary Jarnagin, of Cromwell, relatives In town this week. Miss Cllffle Tinsley, who has been Miss Lourene Collins, of Greenville, & BROS. arrived here yesterday, to spend her In Akron, Ohio, during the past two years, Is spending a two mother, Mrs. R. T. and one-ha- lf Tho Ohio County Fair, Sept. 1G, 17, vacation with her week's vacation with her father, O. R Collins and family. and IStli. Tinsley, and family, of the Washing and Mrs. James Lyons and ton country. Mr. Mrs. A. B. Riley and infant son are Dorcas, will arrive spending tho week with relatives In daughter, Miss here today for a two weeks visit For Sale 10.5 acres good land, with Ind. Evansvlllc, good dwelling, barn and outbuildings. with relatives and friends. . The G. W. Gordon property at PrenE. Ellis, who had been Mrs. W. 4t4 Hulbert Crowder, son of Mr. and tiss. See spending a week In Dawson Springs, COURTLAN M. TAYLOR, Crowder, of Select, who Mrs. H. C. Saturday. returned Route 3, Beaver Dam. has been confined for two weeks with High grade piano, in typhoid, is reported as doing nicely. FOR SALE Little Misses Mary Lee, Corinth good condition. Seo It at tho store At last wo havo succeeded In get- nnd Emily Taylor and Master Francis", & BRO. of W. E. ELLIS ting a limited number of Boss Twin-Li- ft children of Mr. A. P. Taylor, of Oil Stoves. Como In and look Owensboro, are here on an extended daughter, Mrs. J. II. B. Carson and visit with their grandparents, Mr. them over. Miss Anna Rhea, went to Louisville and Mrs. W. B. Render. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Wednesday. Monday, returning "'-Wo- od shingles at w. e. ellis , CHIROPRACTIC No matter what your ailments be, don't become discouraged. If you will call at my office, I will cheerfully tell you if CHIROPRACTIC is applicable to your case. - DR. J. S. BEAN CHIROPRACTOR At Will Acton's Residence, Hartford, Ky., Mondays, Friday mornings. - . Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan will go dark to Loulsvlllo Monday, remaining several days, where Dr. Tappan will at& CO. CARSON tend the National Convention of JewMr. Henry Loach went to Dawson Low Clover Leaf Manure Spreader. elers. to remain a Wednesday, Springs Tho price? You can't beat It. week. Hugh Wallace, of Central City, who W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 7t4 has been spending several days here All kinds of rough lumber for sale. Mrs. S. T. BarMiss Dixie Hocker, of Beaver Dam, with his grandmother, Soo HAROLD HOLBROOK, with Miss Clarice Hay nett and Mr. Barnett, returned home spent last week Hartford, Ky. 7tf Tuesday. Tuck. Grcfin River Republican. Mrs. J. P. Taylor is visiting Dr. Wo sell the' NEW PERFECTION Miss Gustlno Mills, of this office, and Mrs. Woolfolk Barrow, at Lexup Louisville, and Coal OH Stove. They aro given spent tho week ond in ington. to bo the best. Wo havo both tho 3 In Loltchfleld, the guest of friends. burner and the 4 burner. W. J. Stewart nnd J. R. Messrs. ACTON BROS. Northern Rye, Timothy, Red Top, Her, of Mt. Pleasant,- wero in town on tha and Clover Seeds. The best Tuesday. Mr. W. C. Blankonshlp will return W. E. ELLIS & BRO. market. today from Paducah, whero he has Mr. Charlie Leach rqade a business slnco Tuesday, attending tho Miss Gorln Flenor, of Cromwell, Is been trip to Graham Wednesday, returning Kentucky County Court Clerks' Asthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floner,yesterday. sociation. this week. Greon River Republican. Miss Annab'el King Is spending tho Now Is tho time to buy that SampFOR SALK Good span of work wcok with Miss Emily Bell, of tho son Tractor. Como In and look Mules. Seo ERNEST MORRIS at Buforcl country. over, lot us demonstrate You'll Taylor & Morris' Garage, Hartford. thorn buy eventually, why not now? Messrs. Thomas Stewart and James ACTON BROS. WANTED Tie Hackers, will furT. Davis, of Routo 2, Boavor Dam, nish living quarters. Apply to woro in town Tuesday. Mrs. Oma L. Turner. has resigned HAROLD HOLBROOK, er position with the Homo Telephone Hartford, Ky. Get that Oliver or Vulcan Chilled 3tf Co., and has accopted tho position of fall Plowing from W. E. .Plow for tho Pocket PackMrs.J. C. Hill wont to Equality Book Keeper with 7t4 ELLIS & BRO. spend a few days with ing Co., at this place Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mad-do.Hoosier Whett Drills, purchased her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hunger and two price ndvanced. before tho children, of Dekalb, Texas, will leavo W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 7t4 today, after spending FOR SALK Farm, Crop. TooU for their homo weeks with relatives and some three Mrs. Lula Wickershnm and little and Stooje. friends In Ohio County. HOOKER WILLIAMS, Mayfiold, aro tho uosts daughter, of Routo 2, Harttord. 72p of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns. After spending tho summer with J." N. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. ' Wo ha.ya on hand a few of the fa Miaa Ellzobsth Haynofl, of Owons-bor- his father, H. T. Leaqh left Wednesday for to Wqdnpflimy. arrived mous OWENSBORO wagons, and It Okla., where, they go' to begin you need a wagon wo can save you spend a,w.eok, tho guest of Miss Kathanother term of school work. lloen Turner. CTON BROS. money. -x. o, Lime and Cement. Call us over 74 Wo can furnish you with either phone. & BRO. blue prints In bundles. W. E. ELLIS Mrs. E. D. Turley and son, Master Wednesdays and Edward, who have been hero on an extended visit will return to their Mrs. homo in Chicago, Wednesday. Turley will be accompanied homo Misses Hettle and Ruth Riley, of by her brother, Mr. Douglas WilOwensboro, accompanied by Master liams. John Riley, of this place, went to Union City, Tenn., Sunday, where chilMr. and Mrs. E. P. Moore, and bo the guests of Mr. and dren, Mary and Robert Evans, of they will Riley, for a week. to Mrs. W. H. Akron, Ohio, arrived hore Sunday of this place and Narrows. They will return last of the to tho "Rubber City"-th- e visit friends and reatlves month. Miss Daisy Wedding, who has been snendlnc her vacation hero, with her father, Judge R. It. Wedding and Mrs. Wedding, will return Saturday to Indianapolis, Ind., to resume hor position in the Manuel Training School. Correspondents whom we do not know continue to send communications without indicating as, to tho author's Identity, and as often stated wo can not uso tho articles. So If your letter does not appear you may know tho rcasou. Whlto For Sale Leghorn and English Leghorn Cockerels, 8 to 12 weeks old, $1.50 and $2.00 each. MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, Beaver Dam, Ky 6t4p Routo 3 Box 32. y, Mr. Gaylo Taylor, with tho I. C. Railroad Co., Memphis, Tenn., who has been spending an extended vacation with relatives hero, has been p hr Dll-wort- h, transferred to the Chicago, 111,, office. his dutiw Ho left Sunday to take-uin tho now field. Mrs. II. E. Mlschko and little son, Vernon, will leave today for Mt. Vernon, Ind., to visit Mrs. Mischko's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith. Walter, Mr. and Mrs. MIschke's oldest son, will accompany his mother, but will go on to Farmersburg, Ind., for We have a few pieces of furnlturo a visit with relatives. in our house that aro' bargains. This Do you have trouble with tho wicks furniture was bought 15 months back and slnco then has advanced In price of your oil stovo sticking and hang over 100 per cent. We aro placing ing? Yes, wo all do, but tho Bos3 Twin-Li- ft won't, for it Is so arranged this furniture at tho old prcles. that It can't stick. It pushes ths WILLIAMS & DUKE. wick up from tho bottom on two sldea Household Instead of ono small cog wheel from FOR SALE CHEAP Goods, consisting of dining tablo, sido ono side. This stovo burns 09. CG board, chairs, dresser, wash stand, per cent air to .34 por cent oil. For WILLIAMS & DUKE. bed salo by book case, stand' table, one-haand springs, couch, wardrobe, Ice box You aro Invited to call and soo my and numerous other articles. Can be now Dental Office, Just opened over seen at any time. poposlt Bank. Besides tho convenIRA D. BEAN. iences wo now have, we are installng Announcement has been received oloctrical equipment that will help hore of the birth of a daughter) July make our services moro proficient. Lady attendant. IGth., to Mr. and Mrs. Ollio Schrlckol, Yours respectfully, Tho little lady has of Decatur, Ala. DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Margaret Louise. bion christened Bank BIdg., Rockport, Ky Mrs. Schrlckol was formerly Miss Lu-leBennett, daughter of Mr. and Ofnco hours 8:30 A. i. to 4:00 P. M Mrs. S. E. Bennett. Tho beautiful Rockport, Ind., Fair Seoretary of Is August 25, 2'0, 27, and 2Sth. This Miss Elizabeth Moore. tho A. R. C.. Civilian Relief, who wa3 Fair ground Is known far and wide summoned home last week on ac- as tho Fair ground beautiful. They count of tho death of her fathir, will havo deep well's,. city water works, no't return to tho Ohio State Uulvor. playing fountains, small lakes and a slty, whero she was taking a special beautiful natural forest besides all course, tho term having been complet- tho equipments that a mgd&rn Fair usually has. They have lots of good ed within a few days aftor har " uiuslo and a wonderful attendance. lf . No 'Mil sir-e- e, bob! KENTUCKY CHOP HKPOItT FOIt AUGUST DIRECTORY. BRAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. Clerk 11. W. 'King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Mnrohal R. F. Stovens, FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonet. Clork Olla Cobb. Police Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FUR PRESENT VKART County Board ot Education E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owon, Hartford, X) No premiums' with Camels all quality! quality plus Camels of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos pass out the choice most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth I CAMELS lJ ?l And, the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels ptuT-by-puf-T the world! cTKviiKj with any cigarette in aaK InTRKSH & DOMESTIC They are always refreshing they never tire your taste, w, , Camels have a mild mellowness that is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! BLEND CIO A RI ttH -- Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! Your say-s- o about Camels will be: ec atais My, but that's a great cigarette". - ;15r - tolj everywhere in ecientUicatlr tested peehtfet of 20 cigarette: or ten package (300 Camels are Si. - '; r - d cigarettea) in a carton. tVa strongly recommend thim carton Cor the home or office, copply or when you travel. U -- i. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-SaleN. C -- standardized products. Cans, jars, , and other containers should be uniform in pack, appearance, quality,and v, V. Every container which condition. !? & J is fully up to the standard repreof shelled green peas or beans. A sented by the label or brand will then KEEP DKINKIXG IN THE SHADE Lima bean chowder made with skim be an advertisement in itself and AVATlilt milk Is a good lunch or supper often a guaranty to further purchas drink-in- s dishDuring hot weather" keep A,. 5 es. fountains and other watering deKeeping Aluminum Kright. Agents Aid In Marketing. vices lor poultry In shady places. Aluminum does not tarnish easily Hot only does the shade keep the Work of exceptional value to farmwater cooler, but it results in less In ordinary use, but one caution ers has been done by various county evaporation. Whether the drinking should be observed in cleaning. Alka- agents in connection with the organreceptacle is in the shade or not li discolors aluminum; therefore it ization of shipping associamay determine whether the poultry should not be washed with strong tions and k auction sales. have plenty of water to drink or soap, nor should scouring powders The shipping associations have been whether they go thirsty until attend- containing free alkali be used on especially successful in Minnesota. ant notices the lack of water. Suc- it. Discoloration on aluminum may Michigan, Wisconsin, and Oregon, as cessful poultry management depends be rubbed off with whiting or fine well as In several states in the South on many details, of which the proper steel wool (grade 00), or dissolved Tho auction sales have care of drinking water, according by the acid in vinegar, 'or by dilute been developed in California on an to poultry specialists of the United oxalic acid. These acids must be Australian model which was introducStates Department of Agriculture, Is thoroughly washed off the aluminum. ed by a county agent who had been one of the most Important. Some special preparations for clean- engaged in agricultural extension ing aluminum are on the market. Tho work in New South Wales. value of the stock marketed through After the eighteenth day do not open the Incubator door until the Marketing of Live Stock In Country these auction sales in California Districts. chickens are hatched. amounted to $1,790,330 and increas0 The simplest method of dlsposins ed returns to the farmers by over prices which the stock If possible, locate the brooders on 0f uve stock prepared for market is ground that has recently been cul- - that in which the buyer visits the would have brought had the auction tlvated, thereby eliminating the dan- - producer, examines the stock, and sales not been held. ger of tainted soil and possible dls- - gives tho producer an opportunity to Grading potatoes for market Inase. make a sale. In the more densely farming sections local creases the possibilities for sales and populated Keep the Chickens never wash, as many oth- - butchers and stock buyers travel raises the price received. for culls on the farm and save the cost or birds do, but cleanse themselves through the country looking of handling. of Insects by wallowing in soil. For stock. These buyers, as a rule, every poultry house chase stock at prices which are reason bo provided with a dust box. low current market quotations, in CitAZEI) 1JV K.VAKIMHTE ' order to allow for shrinkage' and 1JOV IMITATES SEHPAXT FARM DEPARTMENT. - , T, live-sotc- k live-stoc- CIRCUIT COUIIT. Considerable lncronsos in tho estimates ot production of corn, oats Judge It. W. 81ack, Owoniboro. and potatoes In Kentucky, compar- Com'tli. Attorney C E. Smith, Harted to July 1, estlmntcf a slight Inford. crease in tho estimate of tho wheat Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. crop In Kentucky, and a slight de- Master Commissioner Otto C. Marcrease in the State's tobacco prostin, Hartford. pects, aro the features of tho mon- Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, thly crop report Issued today at LouHartford. days isville and Frankfort by tho U. S. 1st Monday in March 1 Coin'th. and Civil. Bureau of Crop Estimates in with Stnto Commissioner of 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Agrlculturo W. C Hnnna. Tobacco 1st Monday in July 12 days shows a slight reduction from. July Coin'th. nnd Civil. estimates becauso of rather poor 3d Mondny ia September 12 days Civil. condition In some sections, but as there is n big acreago in the barley 4th Monday in November 12 days i Com'th. and Civil. belt which partly makes up for tho reduced acreage in Western KenCOUNTV COUItT. tucky and both sections can yet make Moots first Monday In each month. n full normal yield If given favora-bi- o Judge Mack Cook. weather, tho estimate of tobacCounty Atl'y. A. D. Kirk. co production is not greatly reducClerk W. C. Dlankenshlp. ed. Tho United States total tobacSheriff S. A. Brnlcher. co crop Is considerably larger than Superintendent E. S. Howard. last year. Jailer Worth Tichonor. corn productions in KenProbable D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner tucky is estimated at 96,941,000 bus. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. 1 estimate of compared to ly July Coroner E, P, flodgers. SG, 170, 000 and a crop last year ot S2, 500,000 bus.; wheat this month Is FISCAL COURT. estimated at 0,304,000 bus. comparMeets first Tuesday in April and ed to a July 1 cstlmnto of 6,275,000 October. bus. and a production of 12,029,000 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, C, 355,000 bus. last year; potatoes Iloute 3. bus. compared to prospects July 1 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- for 5,971,000 bus. and n crop last I cr Dam. year of 5,040,000 bus.; and tobacco 8rd District Q. D. Brown, Simmons, 431,640,000 lbs. compared to a July j 1th District G. W. Howe, Center-tow- n, 1 estimate of . 437.5S0.000 lbs. nnd last year's production of 456,500,000 6th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. lbs. This estimate on tobacco may bo increased or decreased later, how Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. ever, depending on favorable or un 7th District 1J. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. favorable weather. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, HartItye production in Kentucky this ford, Route 6. season Is estimated at 036,000 bus. HARTFORD. , compared to 744,000 bus. last year; Mayor J. E. Bcnn. oats 11,015,000 bus. compared to Clerk J. A. Howard. 9,900,000 bus. last year; barley 112,-00- 0 Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. bus. compared to 100,000 bus. Marshal E. P. Casebler. year, and sweet potatoes 1,63S,-00- 0 last bus. compared to l.CSO.OOO bus. HOCKPORT last year. Fruit is a good crop In Chm'n. Doard W. G. Her. Kentucky as a whole, apples being Clerk N. II. Drntcher. estimated at 5,003,000 bushels and Police Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. peaches 1,52G,000 bushels. The conEd. J. Bratcher. Marshal dition of other crops in Kentucky is reported as follows; alfalfa 90 per cent, millet SG per cent; pasture SS; cowpeas SC; field beans 90; toma 90; onions 92; toes 91; cabbage grapes S2; watermelons 7S; musk-melo79; broom corn S5; sorghum for sirup S9; average yield ot ymawtM-qrfiasiTaiiBTii- ii 4 clover hay 1.4 tons (per acre. prR PPiicnwAi uvriruc Dissolved in water for douches stopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflam-matlo- o; Recommended by Lydia E. Finkhnm Med. Co, for ten years. FOR FLETCHER'S A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. I Route C. Dlv. No. 2. Dlv. No. D. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllcv Claud Rcnfrow, Dun. dee. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosins. Dlv. No. C Otis Stovens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. C Nat Lindlcy, Center-tow- n. County Board ot Examiners: E. ', Howard, Mrs. Blrdto Midklff and 4 Ira Jones. Teachers 17th. Institute Sept. 13th . EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May and 15 nt Hartford, Boavor Dam and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (White). It May 2S and 29 County TeachersExaminotlon nt Hartford, (Colorod). Juno IS and 19 County and Stato Toachors' Examination at Fordsvllle, (White). Juno 25 and (Colored). (White). Teachers 2G County and Stato Examination at Hartford,. Stato-Toacher- Sopt. 17 nnd IS County nnd Examination nt Hartford Sept. 24 nnd 25 County nnd Stnto Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). fEv cry Woman Wnntsl Mothers ns WM4&WwglpZm s vrSt frevS IS if use T Children Cry 9 -- CASTORIA . et al'., The Pope's personal expenses av erage little more than ?50 a year. MASTEK COMMISSIONERS L. II. Webb, ltcnnvy ISmmI. Hit duniina and itcnnldilil rowrr. Free. 50 aJl JiustiiU, br poT l ne raxlon l ode ltppapy, Ucloo. Mm. Yerttl ifu&e jlui A aTTH X J I uie uiuurtii TREY'S VERMIFUGE mmt m M i-- f aW m live-stoc- k SALE. j I ; ' pur-th- ls es and lice frequently sap tho vitality of tho fowl and prevent or lessen tho egg production., A thorough cleaning of the house, Tegular applications of disinfectants to tho roosts and nosts, and a fie- dusting of tho fowls will con- trol these posts. penses connected with delivery. They may also endeavor to drive hard gains with producers who are at a disadvantage in any respect, as.for of market instance, in knowledge conditions or in the quality and quan-quctlty of tho stock they may have to e stock sell. Underfed or Is almost sure to find a purchaser Should Use llenus And Fens In Place who will raise objections to its qual- Ity and fitness for market or slaugh- of Meat. IJeans and peas contain more pro- - tar, nay live stock experts of tho Unlt-tel- n ' than other fresh vegetables. This ed States Department of Agrlculturo, jiroteln, howovor, in not the same as and will demand a maximum of o proteins of moat, milk, or egg, commodatlon in tho handling and specialists of the United States livery ot the stock. Department of Agriculture say, and i The bnyor may or may not require tshould not bo used to the exclusion delivery to the local slaughter-hous- e of the other. When, hawever.beans or stock yards, much depending on and poas aro freely used, less milk, the demand of the market tor the moat and eggs are seeded. The fol- - class ot tock sold. Some feeders lowing foods or combinations ot sell rather regularly to the same buy-foosupply as much protein as one- - er, a plan which has certain udvan-fourt- h pound ot beef of average com- - tages for both buyer and ssller. It 'the buyer feels quite certain ot ob- position: animals which or nine ounces ot shells.! tainlng Eight A large dish he can use to advantage. Ss will be groQii peas or beans. of groan peas may be used In plaes likely to make liberal concessions in of moat for dinner ocaasionally. Many regard to the disposition ot the stock persons like pens oooked with mint ' after sale; and the stockman finds u more convenient, as well as agree- or served with mint sauce. One ogg and 4 or 5 ounces ot shell- - able, to sell to a man with whutn he od green neas or beans. An outlet la acquainted, in whom ho lias con- with peas' (1 oss and 1 eup peas per adence, and on whom he can call person) or a baked m gjfqan sunt- - whenever lis Is ready to sell. lie may be uietl a- a fcgut suhsti- One of the first oaeentlalB to sat- tute. One cup sklia milk and 4 ounces isfuctory marketing arrangements Is bar-Erow- th nt low-gradi ac-thde-fowell-finish- can offer you. vs. Notice. Keep a bottle always on Clara Webb, ot al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order liana. It will help keep the litdc ones happy and of sale entered in the above styled healthy. action at the July 1920 term of the 30c a bottle al your dnisxut' et above styled court, directing me to Bsneral store; or if your draler sell the hereinafter described propcan'l supplyyou, tend hUname Succeed when everything else falls. dividing tho and 30c in tamps and Vc'U erty for the purpose of send you n bottle promptly. $1CC,-94proceeds among the parties entitled weaknesse they are the supremo jj L4S. FREY, Btliimore, Ml. thereto, and paying the cost of this remedy, tu. thousands nave testified. action, together with tho cost ot this FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND sale, I will offer for sale, dt public STOMACH TROUBLE outcry to the highest and best bidder, it is the best medicine ever sold at the court house door In Hartford, over a druggists counter. Ky., on Monday, September 6. 1920, BBMBM PJU IIIS (It being the first day of a regular iffl I Hill adRKA. WILL term of tho Ohio County Court) at TAKE about the hour of one o'clock p. m. upon credit of six and twelve months, tho following described real estate, ( Secr.ts.WomejVj : lying and being in Ohio County, Ky., being two tracts adjoining each other. A Trealmsnl Tract No. 1. On the waters of No- - W&IE?2Z&Zlb--dt.c&- y creek and bounded as follows: Beginfor WE A It ning at a stone In S. L. Ualrd's line; a LUNGS or thonce S. 85 poles and 17 links to Bjjpsjr HHiM 1 SJM SJM li I sVJW MS Poughkeepsie, N. Y Aug 14 Flvo stone in J. W. Harnett's lino; thence CONSUMPTION E. 87 noles to a stone on a branch of days after being bitten by a rattle- Nocreek; thence with said branch N. 8 near Milford, George Swonson. E. S3 poles and 17 links when reduc I snake A quick relief (or that lire J, run down fetllng, 19 years old, became violently Insane ed to a straight lino to a beech on coul'Ii!, pains la chctt. nlcht sweats, iirmor CX!s2riifi23SSiJJii was taken to tho Hudson River Bald branch corner to S. L. Beard, C. and rbairci, weak Iuncs or coniumplion. K it does with thence W. Stevens' corner; ivoman's fondest liopo is to stay sotbclp you it costs you nothing A g State Hospital, where he is under Ualrd's lino N. SS W. 98 polos to tho lock box eio. observation. The boy suddenly throw beginning, containing 50 acres. Being young. Sho often resorts to paints, nuin iicntDAi on coLUMDUB a. Oil! 'J lilLUIUHL. UUi himself through tho air, as a s,nako samo land conveyed to Thomas !.. powdors nnd cosmetics to hido her crashing from his chair Wobb by Washington Phlpps by deed years. Somo women pay larQ sums to would striko, "Beauty Dootors" in tho to the floor, whero he crawled on his datod Juno 1G, 1882. and of record Ohio County Clerk's offlco In stomach, Imltatltfg the motions of a In thobook 3, pago 152. that money will buy youth. Others deed R-Lsnake and frothiug at tho mouth. Tract No. 2. Beginning nt a stone, wear (irlish dresses, thlnklug thoy can army S. W. comer of Thomas E. Webb's The boy, who had boen In the .fool tho world about their ago. Hut medical corps and know first aid land: thonce S. U W. 84 poles to a no ono is deceit cd. Tho moro you try Nocreak; the bank ot treatment made a 'rude torntquet stake onup sajd creekLlttlo 52 Is. 7 to hido your age, tho moro it shows. N. thenco when he was bitten and cut the flesh poles; thence S. 85 E. 20 polos and Thero is but ono thing that holds old E. 44 poles from tho wound with his penknife. He 10 links; thonce N. 53 ago hack, nnd that is health. Sickness E. 35 oH bad hovered between lire and death, and 15 links thence N. 37 SVj E. 2G poles and nnd weakness bring old ago early In hut was thought to have- been out of polos; thence a N. stono on tho bank of lifo. Dr. Pioreo'a Favorlto Proscrip10 links to ' danger. . said creek; thence W. 87 polos to the tion is a building-umedicine for beginning, containing 34 nores. Being same land convoyed to Thomas E. womon. It inakae thorn healthy nnd VOCATION LOOMS NHW Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay ofl Webb by V. D. D. Stevens and wife strong when they suffer from women's by Jon Septembor 30, 1S8G, which doed is troublos. It keeps thorn looking young from work for daysVer-Lo- taking calomel x keeps yon when pleasant Lio- ..n....l I.. lUn Aliln fMi.itv Plnrfr'a Not "junk denlers" but "waste ma- ' by keeping thoin well. It is a woman 's on your feet, while rcliovlngyour trouj pago 520. terial dealers," If you please, is now office in doed book 0. bo required to tonic, easy to take.' Doirt The purchaser will for tho frail, tho delioato and lc. Safer too, nnd the nimo ot persons dealing in rags, execute bonds Immediately nfter sale tako anything ebo. You can't afford who aro norvous, dlsszy and who it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syw paper, old Iron and similar articles, with security to be approved by the thoso pains. tern and relieves constipation. A nat. according to F. X. W. Roiddnbach, of commissioner, in equal Installments, havo backache nnd dragging actions, suns ural remedy, natural in Fatorlto Prescription is altogether in its clTect nnd certain its results. II president ot the National duo In six and twelve months, bearRoehoster, in ing Interest at the rate ot G per cent nnd without a partlelo of won't bo long before Ltv- - Vc'Lax win vcgetablo Association ot Waste Material Deal- per annum. Said bonds to have tho ers. This body hat) initiated a cam forae and effect of a judgment. A alcohol. It is safo to toko. Try it completely displaco calomel in ever home. Children can tako it frcoly ana palgn to dlfcfulfy the name of their lion will be retained on tho land sold now. In tablet ot liquid form nt all with perfect safety. Every bottlo growth to' furthor secure the purchase price. package buslnefia.owlng to Its Immense COcand $1 in bottles. Nous druggists, or sond 10c for trial Given under my hand this the 19th without tho likeness and sigmtj In volume slneo the- "scrapping" by day pt August. 1920. of tho tablots to Dr. Pierco'a Invalids' genuinoL. K. Grigsby, For sale by of ( turo our government of vast Etores and OTTO 0. MARTIN, M. C, Hotel iu liuffalo, N. Y. Hrjtor0 K t, H, .WILLIAMS, supplies, M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. Plaintiffs. Vxhat trSk7&.I liters v!St IV ua Safe OloS Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy five years continuous use is the best testimonial R YOU. OUR jfiWy feaJBHKs&KS mk-- w twi'm 1 mWSLmSK vz? i IMBTflk JM. GERMINAL REMEDY rfS ,.WhM FORoONE MONTH ! ho-li- USE LIME AX For Lazy Liver and the Trembles Constipation. p guar-nntee- d. - & II. S. IS COUNTING ALASKAN SEAL HERO Enumeration Has Been In Progress Several Years. San Francisco, Aug. Undo Sam's census U. While department at k Washington Is busily engaged in tabulating his Inhabltanns, unothor census Is under way In far off Alaskan wntors under conditions somewhat more difficult than thoso that confronted tho census takers In their ' rounds here. Under tho direction of tho United States Bureau of Fisheries, Dr. G Dallafl Hnnnn, member of tho Btaff of tho California Academy of Sciences, la making a count of tho seals of tho Prlbllof Islands. Dr. Hanna has been connected with this woik every year slnco 1913. In 1919 It was reported that there wore CIO, 000 nnliuals In tho hord. In 1910, when the government first took over the operation of the Island Industry, thoro wero loss than 200,000 fur-benri- ."Millions On Furs, t Ohio Circuit Court. Etta Romans, Plaintiff, vs. Notice of salo. INCORPORATED of salo entered In tho above styled ac- jfeJ si. u. Komans, et ni., ueronunnts. Dy virtue of a Judgment and order ;llon at tho July, 1920, term of the labove styled co,n"t, directing me to of salo of the Ohio Cricult Court, ren ilered in thn above styled action at soil tho hereinafter described proper- tho July, .1920 term of said, court, ty for the purpose of dividing tho pro- ., pnOflQ nmrtnrr . flift rti.Mac, nntlMn.l ? ,i "" (urucunK mo us special commissioner ' i""" " to sell tho hereinafter described prop - thereto, and paying tho cost of this action, together with tho cost of this erty for tho purpose ot paying tho claim of tho plaintiff in tho abovo sale, i.ww offer for salo at public out- u umi, u.uuci, m " siyieu action amounting io ?ziuu.uu, MTOiini miiiraiMm together with all costs In said action tno court nuse nn" m Hartford, K"-- . on Monday, September 6, 1920. nml Mm rnst nf this sale. I will nffor action at the May term, 1920, of the.! ing house, lying In Ohio County. Ken 11 be,ns tho f,rst daJ ot a rogular and Milllgan Bros. for sale nt public outcry to the highest interest in 130 acre Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo as tucky, on the bank of Green River, """ county uourtj at Also a one-haand best bidder at the court house lur" ol la In door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, about the hour of one o'clock p. m., tract of land lying and being of Ohio Master Commissioner to sell the here known as tho "Shaft Place," for a Bar- - inafter described property for the moro particular description ot this and twelvo 'County, Ky., on tho waters Seutember CJ 1920 at about the Jiour "l,on a cr0ll,t ot s of paying tho debt of M. L land see record of deeds from A. W. o'clock rt nr ." on a crwlit 0f1ttl0I"na. the following described real jnott's Creole and boundedbyas follows: jp.-posofone . . tho lands Heavrin, amounting to $150,00 with and E. W. Davis and Mary F. Nichols Bounded on tho East tpte, lying ana uemg m Ohio Coun 1.x months, tho following described by the Interest thereon at the rato of G per to S. A. Jackson, and also see deciof Frank Itiley; on tho West ity Ky- proiwrty, vhe: A certain tract of land on tho wa-o- n lands of James Hlnton; on tho North cent per annum from Juno 2, 1919, sions of the Ohio Circuit Court in tho A trsct or parcel of land beginning a walnut In the Ruisell Old line. tcl' of Cracy Creek.belng lot No. 4 In by the lands of Juhn Salmon, and on until paid, and tho further sum of establishment of a line In case of S. 100.00, with interest thereon at the A .Jackson vs. Lorn Curtl3 nnd others, on the Brownsville road; thence S. tue ''Ivision made of the Balrd land, tho South by the Llvormoro and Maxrate of 6 per cent per annum from said land is bounded as follows: Be3 W. 27 poles to a stone; thence N. bting ono tract owned by J. F. Stew-8- 7 well public road. The purchaser will bo required to July 23, 1919, until paid, and also tq ginning at a sugar tree and beech, E. !1H poIps to a stone; thoncelart' consisting of 239 acres, moro N. 2r V. 15 poles to 8 stone, the Ed or loss, which is known as the Beard oxecuto bonds immediately after sale pay the debt o" John T. Jackson, on tho bank of Groon River; thenco Evana come; thence N. 87 W. 12'.j .land, this lot is bounded, as follows: with security to be approved by the amounting to ?200.00, with interest N. 35 E. 101 poles to a sweet gnm, Beginning at a stone N. W. cor- - Commissioner in equal installments, thereon at tho rato of 0 per cant per ash and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 140 poles to h st on ; thence N. S W. 12 bearing August 27, 1912, until m!h at mihliit mvii thniKa V 87 V 110r to lot NO. 3t tlietlCB S. G3 E. 7S due In six and twelveofmonths, cent per annum from costs ot tho above styled poles to two white oaks and two C per paid, and all hickories; thenco S. 42 W. to two with public road 9 Vt Poles to the bo- - P'cs to a stono, N. E. corner to lot interest at the rate thence N. 27 E. 41 poles to a annum. Said bonds to havo the forco action, together with the cost of this hickories, ranplo and 'ash on tho bank ginning, containing 3 acres moro or Ko-3- ; will stone and noit oak In tho line . nf and offect of a Judgment. -- ,..A lion..... salo, and dividing tho remainder of ot ureen River; thenco down tho -. i... " . . .. t : . ' :" on There is exctprod nnd not conveyed home ..place;. thence N. 36 W. . S7 poles "" remineui .... me ianu houi -io winu the proceeds among tho parties entit- samo to tho beginning, containing 100 ... U. .n ..n .. .. 1'IUW led thereto, I will offer for salo at acres. Which tract was conveyed to - ii.iii.ii.inn ,in mr..t 1...U rr LilO Ul.l 1.U1I1V .ln... LiJ I" Hru n in theabove boundary a small parcel '....... 11... ture." Glvsn under my hand this the 19th public outcry to the highest and Vest Sallio B. Jackson on the- 3rd day ot of land lying east of tho public road, a black oak, the N. W. corner of the ' bidder, at tho court house door in August 1398 by Elizabeth L. Jackson, Beard land; thence S. 27 V. with tho day of August, 1920. containing about S acre. OTTO C. MARTIN M. C. , Hastford, Kentucky, on Monday, which deed is of record in doed book A Uit'iit 1 Comedy. Being the sani.e land convoyed to old line 65 poles to the beginning. J. . Glenn, J. P. Sandefur, Attys. September G, 1920, (It being the first IS, page 474 Ohio County Clerk's ofM .D. Romans by Otis Whltfl and wife containing uy estimation 31 acres, day of the regular term of Ohio fice. Thr merits of Chamberlain's Colic on October 2. 1915. which doed is of This being a part F.of the same lot 'MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. County Court) at about the tho Third tract: A cjrtaln tract ot hour of Stewart, by A record in deed book 48. page 533, conveyed to John are well Ohio County Clerk's office. Diarrhoea Remedy and 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and land situated and lying in tho bounty It. Beard, Special Commissioner, and twolvo months, the following describ- of Ohio, Stato of Kentucky, near tho known and appreciated, but there Is Ohio Circuit Court. And pursuant to said Judgment and recorded in Conns. Deed Book "Cl', occasionally a man who had no ac- for the samo purpose I will also sell page US and 119 Ohio County Fidollty & Columbia Company, Com- ed real estate located and being in town of Rockport.beglnnlng at a gum, Ohio Comity, Ky., near Rockport, and ash and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 49 mittee, etc., Plaintiff, quaintance with them and should at Flint Springs Ohio County,, Ky., Clerk's office. poles to a stake or stone; thenco N. bounded nnd descrlbod as follows: This has a road over other lots to vs. Notlco. Tend tho following by P. H. Doar, a on Tuesday, September 7, 1920, at a Flr.it tract: A parcel or tract of 2 E. 40 poles to a stono; thenco N. public road over reasonable John McHenry Craig, Defendant. about the hour of one o'clock p. in., liotel man at Dupuyor, Mont. "Four to tho highest and best bidder at pub- - ground to travel ovor. By virtue of a judgment and order land lying near Rockport, Ohio Coun- 77 W. 80 poles to n beech and gum; years ago I used Chamberlnin's Colic Kn nntnrv nnm n r.m,nt nf sir mnnfiia E. 50 poles to the be Tho rmrchnsor will bo renulrod to 'of sale, entared in the above stvled ty, Ky., beginning at the S. E. cornor thenco S. 31 and Diarrhoea Remedy wllh such at tho store houso of M. D. Romans, (oxecuto bonds immediately after sale action, at tho July, 1920, term of tho of M. A. Haden's lot on Benton street; ginning, containing 20 acres, moro or W. 9 rods and 18 links less. Being the samo land convoycil wonderful results that I havo since tho following doscribod porsonnl prop- - wua security io ue npprovou uy mo auove siyieu court, uirecung mo io thenco S. 81 luuuiuiHHJHinur, in uiiuui lnsiuiiiiiunia, sen mo nereinauer uescriueu proper- - to S. W. corner of Harrel Bros lot; 'to Sallle B. Jackson on August 3rd orty, viz, Tocommonded It to my friends." ni thonco S. 9M, E. G rods and 4 links 1898, by John T. Jackson, which deed A small stock of merchandise, con- -' duo iu six and twelve months, bearing ty for the purpose of dividing tho W. 4 rods is of record in deed book IS, page the parties entitled to a stone; thence S. 83 of dry goods, notion, groceries, lntorest nt the rate of 6 por cent per ceods among 3IIO BEET SUGAR CROP Said bonds to havo tho thereto, and paying tho cost of this and 24 links to S. W. corner of Q. M. 473, Ohio County Clerk's office. scalos and fixtures, worth about $1,- -' annum. ) forco E. 20 and offect of a Judgment. A action, together with the cost of this Benton's lot; thence S. 8 fourtn Tract: Beginning on ai VALUED AT lil MILLIONS 000.000. will offer for sale, at puouc rods to a stono in line of bottom land; whito oak and hlckqry, corner to Tho purchasers at each sale will "eu wm " rotnineu on tne land soul salo, E. 13 rods and 1G Coleman nnd Carter's 200 acres; with to further secure the purchase price, outcry to the highest and best bidder, thenco S. 79 Greeley, Col., Aug. 11. With the bo required to oxecuto a bondbo apGiven undor my hand this tho 19th at the Court House door in Hartford, links to corner ot west side of Ben- running W. 100 poles to a stone; good and sufficient security to "beet sugar crop for 1920 estimated to proval by mo, payabio In six months, day of August, 1920. Ky., on Monday, September G, 1920, ton Street, It extended; thence S. 28- - thenco N. 24 polos to a black gum OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. E. 29 rods and 12 links to a stono; and hickory; thenco E. 100 poles to (It being the first day Of a regular "bo worth $13,000,000, Wold. County, bearing Interest at tho rato of G por M. Li. Heavrin, Attorney, term of tho Ohio County Court) at thonco S. 49 u S. W. 56 rods and 221 a stone, Jonn carter's S. W. cornor; contor of Colorado's boet sugar In- cent per annum with a lion retained about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., links to a stako at low water mark ,J thenco S. 24 poles to the beginning, on sold to bettor secure dustry, faces ono of tho most pros tho the propertysamo, which bonds nro payment of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. upon a credit ot six and twelvo thonco up said rlvor binding on low containing 15 acres, moro or less, perous years In Its history. Tho purchasor will be required to months, the following described real wator mark to sugar tree on bank ot to have tho forco and offect ot a judgestate, lying and bolng In Ohio Coun- Green rlvor at mouth of Doo Run; executo bonds with security to be A total of ovor 70,000 acres of ment. C. W.Morgan, Plaintiff. by tho commissioner immety, Ky., and descrlbeU as follows: thonco N. 35 E. 104 poles to a sweet Glyon undor my hand as special vs. Notice. boots Is already under contract, with Beginning at a stako corner to gum, ash and hickory; thence N. 31- - diately after salo, In two equal payavorago yield of twelvo tons per commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit A. W. Morcnn. Defendant. an W. to tho public road on I. C. R. ments, bearing interest at the rato Court, this 19th day ot August, 1920. Bv virtue of a ludcmont and order Thomas Bros., on Hartford and Cen aero. S. A. BRATCHER, ot salo entered in tho above styled ac - tertown road; thenco with said road R. right of way; thence with said of 6 per cent per annum .and a lien to will bo retained on tho land sold as E. 27 poles to a stake corner road and right of way westerly The prlco agreed upon to bo paid Special Commissioner. tlon nt tho July, 1920 term of the N. 47 Heavrin & Martin, Attys. Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo to to lot No. 4; thence with a lino of Jacksbn's alloy, opening on I. C. additional security. Said bonds to tho growers is $10 por ton. ' B. 91 poles to a stako, right of way; thenco S, 30 E. 256 feot have the force and offect of a Judg; soil tho hereinafter described proper- - same 42 e MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SA1J2. ty for tho purposo of paying certain cornor to said lot in the L. & N. R. R. with east side ot this alley to N. E. ment. Given undor my hand this the 19th. bequeaths made In the will qf Isabella Company's right of way lino; thenco corner ot Elizabeth Kevll's lot; thence day of August, 1920. Morgan, J. II. Davis, Plaintiff. $475.00 to tho plain- - with tho same S. 54 E. 70 poles to a with her lot line S. 15 E. 10 rods and FOR FLETCHER'S OTTO C .MARTIN, M. C. vs. Notlco tiff in this action, with interest there- - stone; corner with Thomas Bros.. 13 links to corner of samo; thence M. L. Janlo M .Bennett, ta nl., Defendants. on at the, rate of C per cent per annum thenco with their line N. 14 W. 94 with her lino S. 43 W. 3 rods nnd Attorneys. Heavrin, Barnes & Smith, lot; By virtue of a judgment and order from May 7, 1U17, until paid also to P"os i" mo Beginning, cuiuuiuuik -- u 5 links to lino of Wakeland to thenco with this line lot S.- 39 of salo onterod In the abovo styled ac- T. F. Tanner, et nl the sum ot $242 acres, moro or less. UNCIiE SAM'S ttllAJH W The purchasor will bo required to corner of samo; thenco S. 82 tion at the July, 1920 term of tho 00, with lntorest thereon at the rato MOUNTING abovo styled court, directing me as of 6 per cent per annum from May 7, execute bonds Immediately after salo 315 feet to a stone in Ham's line; COLDS breed and commissioner ot suid court to soil the 1917, until paid, and tho costs of this with security to bo approved by tho thenco with lines of Ham lot to cornor Aug. 14. Govern- hereinafter described land for tho action and cost ot this salo, I will of commissioner, In equal installments, ot J. Li. Hondrlo lot; thenco with his Spread INFLUENZA' Washington, 's purposo of dividing tho proceeds fer for sale at public outcry tp tho duo In six and twolvo months, bearing lot linos to S. W. cornor- of said ment expenditures during tho month lot; thenco with another of tho KILL THE COLD ATgW the parties entitled thereto, highest and best bidder at tho court lntorest at tho rate ot 6 per cent per of Soptember probably will tako a and paying nil cost ot this action, to- house door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon- - 'annum. Said bonds to nave tho torco Hondrlo lot lines N. 9 W. 11 rods and ONCE WITH Jump of nearly $900,000,000, it was gether with tho cost ot this salo, I dnv. Sontembor G. 1920. fit belne- tho and offect of a Judgmont. A Hen will 1 link to Plum Street; thonco with HILL'S ! bo retained side ot Plum Street South sold to offer for salo at estimated today by treasury officials, will highest and best public outcry tho first day of tho regualr torm ot the er secure thoon the land prlco. to furth south rods nnd 22 links to west side 81 ot W. 9 purchaso bidder, at Ohio County Court), at about the repre- the of this sum nearly Given under my hand this the 19th Benton street; thonco North with court house door in Hartford, Ky., hour ono o'clock p. m., upon a payments to tho on Monday, Soptomber C, 192,0, (It credit of six and twelve months, tho day of August, 1920. senting straight-ou- t wost side ot Bouton Street to tho bbt CASCARAfcMUININI of ginning. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. bolng the first day of a regular torm following described real estate: railroads. Being same land convoyed to Shel Woodwrad & Kirk, Attys. A interest in a tract of roads will havo computed of tho Ohio County Court,) at about Tho BHOMHfc by Jackson, et nl., by F. L. Felix, Mas ; a govern- the hour ot one. o'clock P. M., upon a land In Ohio County, Ky., containing amounts due them under the crodlt of six and twelvo months, tho 90 acres lying on tho waters of Har-not- ts MASTER' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ter Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Standard cold remedy for 20 year guarantoo against loss for tho following described real estate, lying ment's Court, on November 21, 1908 which in iiDici form aaie, turc, no Crook aud bounded on tho East opiates Drcana up a cold in z deod Is ot record in Comr's deed book six months ending Soptember 1, by and being in Ohio County, Ky., con by tho lands ot Milllgan Bros., and Ohio Circuit Court. Dour relieve trip In 3 daya. of1. pago 24, Ohio County Clerk's Money back II it faila. The tho, middle ot the month, Jt was said sisting of four tracts aud bounded as J. B. Mulllcan; on tho South by the Sallle B. Jackson, et nl., Plaintiffs. genuine Dox naa a KeJ follows: fice vs. Notice of sale. lands of Robert Rowan and Willis Tho Interstate Commerce Commission BKk top who ur. uui a Socond tract: A tract of land In ai.l nl nil A tract ot land that said Davis now Hetlln, on the West by the lands ot Halite T, Jackson, ot al., Defendants. picture. has estimated that tho total guaran-rto- o lives on containing about 90 acres be- Ed Charlet aud John Price; on the Rv vlrtnn nf n Inritrmnnt nnil nrilnr Ohio County. Being a certain tract At All Drug Str which will havo to be paid will ing same land deeded tto tne by Na- - North by tho lauds of Fred Johnson of sale rendered in tho above styled of land upon which thero is a dwell- - During tho tlmo when this Increase, was taking place enough surplus and usoless males hnvo been killed and tholr skins sold at miction to provide tho national treasury with $3,500,000 nbovo all expenses, according to W "V Sargent, secretary of tho California Academy of Sciences. Tho purpose of tho census is chiefly to detormlno how many animals can bo snfely removed each year nnd .still provido n maximum perccntago of Incrcnso of tho hord. It the Increase in 1920 continues ns heretofore, it Is said that there should bo about 600,000 of thoso amphibious existence, as woll ns a surplus of by far tho largest herd In about 00,000 males, which can "be killed for their skins. At current prices of theso furs thoy will bo valued at about $3,000,000. Can Kvpaud Industry. "Since the cost of operation will bo less than 200,000 It is quito evident that this Industry Is ono of tho best, if not tho best, financial enterprises the government has," said Sargeant, "nnd it Is capnblo of almost unlimited expansion, provided tho females nro protected at son and tho surplus males nro roiuoved from tho hord. Thu fighting of such malos on the causes, a largo, crowded rookeriM mortality mubns the fsnlnles and young. "The carcasses of the animals klll-p- d ore formerly allowed to waste, plant was but l.ibt yoar n put into operation, by means of which it is expected a very superior oil and nniiiuil meal will b pltced on the nmrket. Tho census vhch will be taken this year will onabU a close appioximatlon to be made of tho fin unities ot these products, which will ho available In the Immediate fufur-beare. Is of rocord In deed book T, pa go 271. Another trnct or parcel of land sitA heavy drain also Is oxpectod on uated In Ohio County. Ky., on tho the $300,000,000 revolving fund by waters of Muddy creok nnd known the. transportation net for purchaso of as a part of my homo trnct of land Beginning now equipment. Loam to the lines bounded as follows, viz: hnvo boon nrocoedlnc sioviy, but with !at a whUe oak' two bIack 0,lkfl nnd threg 8ma hlckor,M. thence N. 13 tho Increased freight rates toon to bo E. 2S ,,o)ca to n ,i0,ie red oak on como effective, it is thought tuo roaus tho bluff bank of a branch; thenco a. E. 113 poles to n black gum and will hnvo less difficulty In borrowing 81 poles to tho proportion of their equipment POplarJ tllonce S. 40 W. 38 T. a chestnut In tho said John Davis needs from private capital requlrod Hold; thence N. 81 W. 97 poles to by tho commission for paiti'.ipatlon !u the beginning, containing 1S acres, inore or loss. government loans. With this outflow from tho treasu- Third tract:A certain tract or parcel In Ohio County, Ky., ry in September, officials bellovo re- of land situated containing 80 acres ,more or less, beduction of tho public dobt may be ing same land conveyed to Richard somewhat curtailed, altho reductions Stewart by S. D. Sandefur and wife, by deod dated March 20, 1S09, duly will continue, It is emphasized. recorded in deed book V, page 249, Ohio County Clerk's office, to which ALLEGED KIDNAPER roferenco Is horeby made. REI'USES ALL FOOD Fourth tract: A certain tract of land situated in Ohio County, Ky., in PhllndPlnfila. Anc. 14 While lo- - the Cromwell Magisterial District, on of Indian Camp Creek, cal detectives nnd state pollco were' tho . r' inni nQ searching tho Tenderloin in a vain ef at a whito oak nnd chestnut, corner to fort to locate Roso McDonnellc, tho Henry Her 800 survey; thenco W. 70 woman named by Augusto Pasquale, Poles to a stono ono of tho corners to ' II- - Cl H'ly's survey, Ohco Stood, but ns one of tho kidnappers of Baby thencoB. 22 W. 80 poles to Hlakcly Coughlln, attaches at tho noWBono. oakg and pst oak one ot two I)lnck Montgomery County Jail wore ongaf?- - James Shield's corners; thence S. 78 cd today in nn equally vain effort to E. H" Poles to a hickory and dog wood, Harrison Taylor's lino; thenco mnko Pasquale cat. N. 30 W. 30 pole3 to two white oaks Slnco his final "confession" yester- and elm, ono of Harrison Taylor's day Pasquale has refused to touch corners; thenco with said line N. 32 food and is sullon nnd defiant. Tho E. CO polos to another of said Tayauthorities declare his latest attitude lor's corners, a whitea oak; thence N. 1. IA K? UCBIUUlUb !'""- - rt .11,.. ...., I. ...ol ..,......., ....ww.,.. ...II., nMn.nl l n)nn " '. " "" nnlnfl I" "D 1.nl.l MnH nl acrea tho real Investigation and divert tho The purchaser will bo required to police from their effort to solve tho executo bonds immediately after sale with security to bo approved by tho mystery. Commissioner, in equal Installments, duo In six and twelve months, bearing TAILORS ItOIIS WOMEN Interest at tho rato of G per cent per annum. Said bonds to havo the Held without ball In tho Brook- forco and effect of a judgment. A lyn courts, Edward Koch, known to Hen will be retained on the land sold further tho police ns "tho measurer," is to Given secura the purchaso price. under my hand .this tho 19th charged with having stolen from day of August. 1920. $50,000 to $100,000 from tho dressOTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. ing rooms of women he measured for Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. gowns which he falsely snid had been MASTER COMMISSIONERS' SALE. "ordered" by their husbands. $G00,-000,00- run betweon $000,000,000 and 0. than J. Kcown. deed to which 44 i ON are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ,,,,,, ,,. XT .r.,..Ub,,ain1); ' BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fte., IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. special commissioner's sale. t Stewart, etal.,Plaintiff. vs. Notice Ex paite, Defendants. By virtuo ot a Judgment and order D. Ida Ohio Circuit Court. ,t ij ub"i -- ' , ., '44g Hartford Printio&Company t HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i i lf e '- ' .. -- at t0 -- " -- - . i j pro-sisti- ' X ( I od Children Cry SKY-WARD to-w- "CASTO RIA - - Hen-drje- - two-thir- ouo-four- th PROGRAM TEACHERS' . INSTITUTE, SEPT 13-1- 7 MONIUV, SEPTEMBER 1.1. 0:00 a. m. Call to order by Suduties of a perintendent. Devotional cxercUo3 Smith-Hughteacher to his pupil' Rov. Ruswoll Walkor. Prof. J. P and to his community? 9:30. Wolcomo address Lyman Urunor. O .Barrett. 10:35. Why nro young people Hosponso Prof. Ozna Shults. leaving tho farm? Mr. P. L. Sander-fu- r, 10:00. Organization. Enrollment. Mr. Ira Jones. 11:00. Address by Prof. A. M. . 11:00. Address by Instructor. Stickles. 11:50. Noon. 11:45. Noon. 1:15. Graduation exercises. Ad1:15. What shall bo tho charac- dress to graduntes by Prof, Georgs ter and personality of those who Colvin. E. P. Prof. teach our children? FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. Lllcs. 8:30. Devotional exercises Prof. 1:30. Is the new school law rela- John Hamilton. tive to High School tranlng a wlso 8:50. School problems, presentono? Prof. J. W. Odoll, Miss May ed and solved by Institute under tho Hogors. supervision of Instructor. 1:55. What nro tho essentials in 10:00. Recess. teacher training for rural school 10:15. Address by Instructor. teachers? Prof. C. K. Carson, Miss 11:00. Report of committees; Elizabeth Davidson. general business. 2:20. Remarks by Prof. A. M. 12:00. Adjournment. Stickles. MRS. S. O. KEOWN, Recess. 2:35 PROF. J. F. DRUNER, The certification of teach- 2:50 PROF. OTIS CARSON, crs. Program Committee i Explanation and justification of c-now law. Prof. J. S. Mitchell, Miss JAVIA, ROUTE 2. Mary Marks. 3:20. Method of omploylng teachMessrs. Clyde and Otis Mo3ley aro ers. orcctlng new barnes. of Explanation and justification Miss Ophelia French spent Saturday now law Mrs. Derdio Mldklff, Prof. night with Miss Leona Northen. . "W. S. Hill. Miss Dessle Drace spent from Fri3:40. How can young peoplo of day until Monday with Mrs. Helen highest character and ability bo in- Mosley. duced to entor tho teaching profesMr. Russell Bates, of Island, is vission? Prof. John Hamilton. n. iting his daughter, Mrs. Tllden 3:55. How can such teachers be retained in the rural schools? Mrs. Rev. J. C. Craig filled his regular S. O. Keown. appointment at Mt. Carmel Satur4:10. Review by Prof. A. M. day and Sunday. Stickles. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred French, of 4:30. Adjournment. East View, spent Friday night with TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rhegans. S:30. Devotional exercises Rev. Uncle Bill and Aunt Sarah Wester-fiel- d E. W. Smith. spent from Thursday until Sat8:50. School grounds Miss Eth- urday with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mosel Russell, Mrs. Grace Tilford. ley. 9:20. What is the influence of a Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mosley have good school building in a communi- returned homo, after visiting relaty Prof. Roy Foreman, Miss Carrie tives in Oklahoma. They were acSouthard. companied home by Mis. Mosley s 9:40. What do the rights of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Commodore child demand In tho way of school Wcsterfield. hours? Prof. J. C. Lawrence, Miss Abby Whittinghlll. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE 10:00. Address by Prof. A. M. All persons having claims against Stickles. tho estate of John H. Miller, deceas10:30. Recess. ed, will present same to me, properly 10:45. Heat, Light, Ventilation. proven, on or before September 25. The relation of these to a school. 1920, or they will be forever barred. A district Prof. D. D. Moseley, Mack This 12th day of Aug, 1920. Martin. LEE P. MILLER, Admr. Who 7t0 11:15. The clean up day. John H. Miller, Dec'd should help? Marshall Crowe, Miss Hi T Deulah Moore. WASHINGTON. 11:33. Address by Prof. A. M. Stickles. Crops in this vicinity aro very much improved since the rain. 11:50. Noon. 1:15. Physical value of play, jin Aubrey Nowcomb made his military drills, otc. Discussion by usual trip to Harttord Sunday after l'ror. uiaronce snown anu juss iui- - noon. laogeno Plummor. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Park spon 1:45. School sanitation Profs. Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Tom Hamilton and Stanley Phillips. and Mrs. Rosal Lake. and 2:10. Medical inspection Miss Sibyl Gray and Mr. Stephen county nurse Mrs. Sig White and Dalrd spent Sunday with Miss Lottie Mrs. Hortcnso Morrison. Herroll, of Dennetts. Recess. Mr. Stephen Balrd was the guest of 2:45. Jtound table discussion, led his sister, Mrs. Frank Tichenor, of ly Instructor. Teachers permitted Hartford, Saturday night. to ask questions. Miss Zola TInsley Is spending a few weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. 4:00. Adjournment. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. TInsley, of Hartford. and S:30. Devotional oxerclses Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lake visitdaughter spent tho week-en- d Hirch Shields. 8:50. Why has society a right ing relatives in Indiana. to demand school attendance? Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Crabtrco and O. W. Duff, Miss Mary Marks. two children, Blanch and Estill, spent 9:10. Why parents do not keep Sunday with Aunt Georgia Wallace. Mrs. T. Wade Stratton and children their children In school? Mr. B. H Morris, Mr. Dudley Westerfield. of Gleffln, Ind., spent a few days 9:30. Address by Instructor. last weok with her sitter, Mrs. W. J. 10:00. Recess. Travis. 10:15. Courso of study; Us purMiss Violet Allen spent a few days pose and benefit Mr. DoWltt Mar- last weok with her sister, Mrs. Estls Hudson, of Mt. Hormon neighbortin, Mr. J. W. Kirk. program 10:45. Tho daily hood. Should every ono teaching school In Miss Cllfflo TInsley, of Akron, Ohio tho county follow tho samo dally pro- arrived here Sunday, to spend two gram? Mr. Otis Carson and Miss weeks with her father, Mr. O. R. Tinsloy and Mrs. TInsley. Alma Simpson. All 11:45. School government Mr. and Mrs. Mack Daniel and government Is either repressive or children, of tho Alexander neighboroxpresslve. Which should school hood, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dangovernment bo? Mr. II. C. Crowdcr iel's mother, Mrs. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tichenor, of and Mr. Jesso Uyors. by Hartford, and Mr. and Mrs. Commo11:35. Furthor Instructions dore Ashley, of Beda, wore guests of Prof. Stickles. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Balrd, Sunday. 11:50. Noon. o Mr. and Mrs, Coda Castcol and 1:15. What Is good BOhool discipdaughter, Louise, returned to their line? Hon. L. L. Embry and Mr. Ray Cook. home lu Owensboro, after sponding a 1:40. How may good discipline weak visiting relatives In this counbo secured? Mr. Frank Miller, Mr. try. Miss Edith and Mr. Konnoth Tinn-lu- y Roy Stewart. spent Saturday night with their 2:05, Address by Instructor. grandmother, Mrs. Tinsloy, of Hart2:30. Recess. ford. 2:45. Hound tablo discussion. Mrs. Jim Lowe and two children. 3:30. Talk by Instructor. Virginia and Herbert, returned to 1:00. Adjournment. THURSDAY, SH1TKMRKR 10. their home nt Phllpot, Ky., after by spending sevoral days with frlondi oxorcses Devotional and rolatives in this neighborhood. Judge Mack Cook. ' Mlis Edith. Hicks was all smiles 8:50. Agrloulturo and the farm do for the last Sunday. Of courso wo do not What can tho toachor advancoiuent of agrlcultuio and farm know tho reason, but Mr. Luther life? Rev. M. A. Embry und Prpf. Daniel was again soon knocking at Mr. Hicks' hall door Sunday E11U Sandorfur. D:20. What is the Smlth-Hughc- a 10-1es Wlg-glntolit-tl- course taught by High Prof. Warren Payton. 9:40. What nro tho High of n Smith-Hughcommunity? Prof. Bolti 10:00. Recess. What are tho es BULL BY AIRPLANE N. Y. TO LOUISVILLE advantages Schools? School to a sister, Mrs. Ella Taylor and brother, E. P. Sandcfur spent Sunday with Mr Jim Taylor and family. HEAVER DAM. Tho Baptist Afsoclstlon at Pond Run wns attended by many peoplo from this community. Dr. J. O. McKlnney has moved Into the rosldenco'of Mr. Otho Dexter, on Main street. Miss Lily Chinn was the guest of her parents. last week-enTho Heaver Dam Planing Mill Co., Is erecting a now wnro house. Miss Maymce Berry, who has a position w,lth the Paragon Printing Works, happened to a very serious last week when sho cut ono of her hands whllo moving a largo electric fan. Mr. D. G. Young Is doing somo repair work on his resldonce. Mr. Leo Hicks, of Evansvlllo, Ind., is in town, on business. Mrs. D. L. D. Sandcfur is on the sick list. Mrs. Laura Berry made a business trip to Hartford Saturday. Miss Ruby Taylor, who Is visiting her uncle, In South .Dakota, is expected homo soon. Tho ice cream supper at Goshen Saturday night, was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barnes spent the week-on- d with Mrs. Barnes' parents, at Prentiss. : CEKCaESS jarenffSBi races r & "X V Entered on simultaneous datos In two stato fairs 1,000 miles npnrt, a Jersoy bull, Rallegh's Farmora' Joy, in tho eyes of his owner, Mrs. S. T. Henning, Allondnlo Farms, Sholby-vill- c, ono of tho flnost bulls In the world will compote In both rlng3 for the bluo rblbon. This problem was solved for Mrs. Ilennlng by W. C. Hanna, commissioner of JP&d&k&& '. jwk..j.mh...: ?v r agriculture. ' aswttfo ft KK&rawfoJurA&t ft a S fl ,Wffl fSSPtt, 2FWT efflsawov' The bull Is tho son of Rallegh's Fnrmers' Glory, the highest-price- d bull In tho world, which was sold recently for ?30,000 to Ayer McKen-ney- , Now York. Ho was entered by Mrs. Henning In tho Now York State 8. Ho Fair, Syracuse, September also was entered by Mrs. Henning In the Kentucky State Fair, September 13-1- Zw.r. ". it'm r.irji ua. jauL mw xja '. uitM vetii WWu; ' a . WP- - Kj J ry Fordson Tractors i i 13-1- 8. Mrs. Henning is eager to lino up the son by his father In Syracuse, September 14, when the Jersey bulls will be judged, but hor love of her native stato made hor consider cancelling his entry In tho Now York Fair. Then Commissioner Hanna got busy. The judging of Jersey bulls at the Kentucky State Fair will bo September 1C, but thf bulls must bo at tho fair grounds the day before, and no train could possibly carry the prize animal from New York state to Kentucky In that limited time. The only way possible was by airplane, Mrs. Henning and Mr. Hanna agreed. So Rallegh's Farmers' Joy, the bovine "Pegasus for a day, will bo tho first bull to bo transported by airplane. And his owner, anxious to be at each place when her animal carries off first honors, has announced to Mr. Hanna that sho will follow directly behind him in another airplane, her first ride thru the clouds. Louisville airmen say tho trip can be made in eight hours, making it possible to leavo Syracuse directly after, arriving hero In ample time. u FOHDSVILLE. Ohio county is falling far short of her duty in raising wheat. We should at least raise enough wheat to bread our . FOR SALE OR TRADE. One good work horse, and buggy good as new. Cheap for cash, or will exchango for good milch cow. R. R. WEDDING. RAIN HALTS GAME HARTFORD DROPS ONE t The Saturday game with Deanfield was called in the fourth inning on account of rain. Neither side had succeeded in making a safe blngle and tho gamo promised to be a scorchor regardless of tho threatening weather. Barlow was doing tho hurling for Deanfield and was, except for being a trifle wild, going good, and had ho Mrs. Joe Hedden is very ill. been nblo to hold his pace, the game LexDr. Clarence DeWeese went to might have been decided by one score. ington, on business, last week. "Slim" Hoover was likewise going Mr. Pale Miles of near town, left good, and tho locals gave him good for Houston, Texas, this week. support being right on the heels of Messrs "Ermon Fuqua and J. D. every ball knocked out. The rain inCooper have purchased new cars. tervened and the result of that conMiss Samon, of Madfsonvllle, vis- flict will have to bo decided some otli-t- r ited Miss Jessie Marlow last week. time. Rev. R. L. Brandenburg went to o a Smallhous, to help Rev. Richard The Sunday game with tho Legion conduct a two weeks' meeting. team of Loitchfleld was called off due Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tilford wont to to the threatening woather and heavy visit Mrs. Tilford's parents, Rev. expense attached c tho game. At two and Mrs. Sugart, of near Frank- o'clock the sun peeped from behind lin, Ky. the clouds and Centertown called for Mrs. Ed Clemons, of Louisville, and a game, and up thoy came, loaded for daughter, Lorena are visiting Mrs. rapid firing. Tho best tho locals Estil Pemborton and Mrs. Herbert could do was to scrap up a team at Smith. the last moment. Harrel of Rock-por- t, Miss Mayme Keown, of near town, turned up and was prrssed into spent tho weak-en- d in town, with hor servlco, and played n ban,; up game aunt, Mrs. Marlow, and cousin, Mlaa both in the field and at bat. The enNona Cooper. tire line-u- p suffered a ahike up duo The section crew had quite an ac- to the absence ot. tho pitcher, .short cident hero last week. One man, Mr. stop and second baseman. Dean Kirk, was badly injured, but Is Tho Centertown boys had the boat much better now. of tho argument after the fifth tut Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marshall and it looked I'Sce anyone's victory until family, of West Point, aro visiting then. Reneer allowed only seven hits their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William and scattered them so that scores Marshall, of near town. woro harl to get. Mrs. Bruner, a daughter of Dr. lf'.X. SCORE Ben L. Bruner, has returned to her Hartford AB R II PO A E home in Louisville, after visiting her Keown, cf . . . . 4 0 0 0 0 0 friend, Miss Louise Smith, of this Duke, 1st 4 1 0100 place. Misses Bruner and Smith C. Taylor, 3rd . 4 0 0 1 5 1 woro classmates in Georgetown Col- Tinsloy, ss.. .. 3 2 1 3 3 1 lege. 0 0 0 0 0 0 King, rf Mrs. BIm Coppage, of Owensboro, Harrel. rf 0 1 4 331 and her daughters, Mrs. Jess Taylor Glenn, c 4 01C11 and family, Mrs. Bertie Sapp and J. Taylor, 2nd . 4 0 1 2 0 0 daughter, Agnes, and Mrs. Charlie Crow, If 4 00001 Wells and daughter, visited Mr. and Williams, p . . . 2 0 1 1 5 0 Mrs. Lorenzo Marlow Sunday. 33 4 7 27 15 4 Total Fu-quSu-ga- rt inhabitants. It is true that occasionally we have a bad season, and a big fall off in acreage and yield is inevitable, but we must not get discouraged. We must double our energies, strengthen our sail and the general average will be satisfactory. Some claim a shortage in labor. That's true, but a FORDSON TRACTOR will easily supply this deficiency and make the growing of a good crop of wheat more certain. y l We Are Ready To Demonstrate on your own farm the superior advan- v tages of this famous farm horse. You can ran your tractor all day and part of the night, or all night if you please. You have no idea what you can accomplish with a FORDSON TRACTOR un- til yo.u try. We have the best tractor on the market. We are prepared to give you the service you need in keep- ing your tractor going. We have ex- -, perienced mechanics and operators who know the game, and they are at your service at any time you need them. Remember, the FORDSON is' the best tractor, and remember we have the only real service department in the county on tractors. " Y ' w -- BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILE CO. Authorized Ford Selling Agents, Beaver Dam, Ky. their paronts, Mr. and Mrs. John Pierco, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Henry Bnsham, of near Camp Knox, visited his brothor, Mr. Houston Bnsham, last week. Miss Suo Pierco went to Beaver Dam Sunday, to seo hor little nephew, Roy Pierco, who is suffering with typhoid. The llttlo fellow is getting along nlcoly undor tho care of his good nurse, Mrs. Chick. Tho district meeting of the Church of God was held at Salom Saturday g and Sunday, with good Mormons delivered and much good being dono, Sllvostor Autry, Ed Long, John Goodman, Spurgeon Foster and others from hero havo gone to Taylor nnd Williams Mines with their teams, to work. Mr. J. D. Leach has received a letter from his son, Bee, of California, saying the Stork visited his home, loaving twin babies, a boy and a girl, Tho death angel visited tho homo t Mr. and Mrs. Norval York last Wednesday and took tholr llttlo sov-e- n months old boy. Tho romains woro brought to Roslne Cemetery, and laid to rest Thursday, after tun-orservcies conducted by Rov. Bur-dett-e. It was a touching scone to soo the grief for ono so young, but moth ho-inal ' mm AB R II PO A E Contcrtown 4 1 2013 V. Everly, 3rd . Mr. Sherman Taylor's little son is Allen, 2nd 5 1 2120 vory HI. 5 212 A. Evorly, ss.. Soveral from here attended meet- E. Brpwn, 1st . 5 2 3 0 ing at Cromwell Sunday night. 5 12180 leneer, p 0 0 Miss Corinne Por'er, who is ill' Jarnard, rf. . . . 5 0 1 0 with typhoid, is doing very well at Bishop, o . . . . 4. 0 4 01000 L. Brown, cf . . this trme. 4 Mr. L. M. Sandofur, of St. Louln, Ball, If 00000 Mo., arrived at his homo Mondny, of 41 7 13 27 13 3 Total last weok. Score by innings: RUE Mr. Floyd Davis, who has been Centertown 100130 00 2 7 13 3 working In Illinois, returned homo Hartford 0 0 0 2 0 0 00 74 BALD KNOB. 10 10 24 08 24 er and father, griovo not as ono that has no hope, for llttlo Edward is only transplanted from earth to heavon to mako heaven more deslrablo and boautiful to you. .' Real Estate For Sale One brick residence; one livery stable, in rear of Commercial Hotel; one Commercial Building, next to E. J. Saturday. m Miss Fayo Davis spent Saturday and Sunday with her chum, Miss Bessie Leach. and Mr. Floyd Davis s Miss Alma were guests of their uncle, Dyer Davis, Sunday. Mr. Dyer Davis hns had an awful bad hand for several days, but it Is improving now. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Havens and daugh ter, of Cromwell,, visited their son, Mr. Nute of this pluco, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sandofur and hs sister, Miss Ella Mao, left Thursday, for Orange, Texas. Thoy will drive thru In a car. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Likens and daughter, Doris, of Beaver Dam, Mr. L. M. Sandcfur ot St. 'Louis and his TAXES! TAXES ARE DUE! Your 1920 tax bill has been placed with us for collection. Plcaso call at the office and got your's. , S. A. BRATCHER, Sherltf Ohio County. ItOSINK. Miss Katherlno Wilkorson visited Anna Mae Edwards last week-enTho peoplo hero have boen blessed with good rains in the last week and crops aro looktng fine. purchased Mr. Leslie Albln has Russell Earp'a stock of goods and Is now in business, hero. Mr. and Mrs. Norval York visited d. Tilford's Restaurant. Tfonvm 25-ac- re Dam, Ky. Also one farm on Hartford pike, 1 miles from Beaver Dam, ly1st., 1920. See ORMOND TAYLOR, ing between Park and Miller places. For sale until Sept. Taylor's Drug Store, Beaver Darn, Ky. T J v '