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XXXIII WILSON FAILED !N HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, what was known as tho Doxer rebellion. It becamd necossary to send a military expedition to the relief of be- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. Pate, John Allen Wilson and Powell Up Against It the Road is Blocked tlVIIVUUIt 4.MUOO ICVUllllUg PHILLIP P. CAMPDELL leaguered citizens of the various naFIRES CAMPAIGN GUN tions ot tho earth. Tho sum presumably necessary to. pay the United States for tho protection ot Its citiKansan Makes Good G. O. P. Harding Denounces Shan- zens Inter was assessed against China. up tho acRoplies Speech Here Gets But when wo camo to cast tung Award counts In detail, we found that tho Good Hearing To Roosevelt. government ot China had paid suRV in monoy to tho United States, moro than was necessary to reHon. Phillip P. Campbell, of PittsMarion, 0., Sopt. 21 Develop- compense us for our military endeaburg, Kansas, member of Congress, ing hla attnek on the peace treaty vors. And the United States return.' 5P from tho Third Kansas District, de' from another quarter, Senator Hard- ed that monoy to China. r-speech livered a splendid speech at the Court In a front-porc- h ing charged Denounces Slirintutig Award. House Monday, which marked the rv today that l'realdont Wilson's peaco "That is why China plants its faith ...COMPETfNO opening of tho campaign la Ohio commission at Versailles broke faith in tho example In tho democracy, In County. Judge R. W. Slack, ot FIRE ALARM. with China, "thru contract secretly 'tho jU8tC0 ot tho united States of whb is here holding made," when they consented to tho America. tho The residence of Joe Wilson caught September term ot Circuit Court, Inof Shantung provlnco to Japan. OSS- - MM RJWEft award 'An Interesting aftormath resulted -- ,r! ice fire Tuesday afternoon, about 3 troduced the speaker in a few, but China, tho Republican nominee,' In tho. peaco conferenco in Paris. o'clock. The fire originated on tho well chosen words, 'and at tho reput her interests In tho hands of China went Into tho war at our resaid roof,' supposedly from tyean hulls be quest of the County Chairman presidtho Americans, but found that "In- quest. And when tho war settleing burned in the kitchen range. Had ed over tho meeting. bolng awarded tho freedom ments came about, China sought to stead ot Congressman Campbell held his auIt not been discovered in an early of hor own people, under tho gospol bo represented at tho peaco conferstage, in all probability the building dience, which was thoroughly reprefor which ence, and they ought to have been reof wquld have been consumed as the sentative of the wholo County and. -- America spoko, sevoral millions ot hor presented. For some reason or oth- i roof of shingles was exceedingly dry, comfortably filled the" Court HaB, people woro delivered over to a nvni er tney woro notf They said, as it was but trifling damage was for an hour and s. Thero nation with tho consent and approval Uy0 trust tho United States of sustained, a large .crowd was on was a goodly sprinkling of Democrats of thoso who spoko for America ai America to represent us,, with confl DT CWAMT " lM" -TON the scene on short notice.' Judge ' present who were attentive listener Paris." donee In that great republic' And Slack recessed the Court when the 'thruout' the speech. In his speech, delivered to a dele yet, somehow, thru contract secretly alarm was turned In,- which Increas Mr. Campbell, for the mostpart, gation representing tho Loyal Order mndo, China had no voice in tho sct- - REPUBLICANS ADD ROCKPORT TO GET' ed tho army ot volunteer fighters ve dwelt upon questions touching-- tho -ot tho Goldon Heart, tho senator also .tlement and Instead of being awarded CO. COMMITTEE OADING STATION ry materially) N lato war and the League of Nations, assailed tho leaguo covenant and do- - tne fr0edom of hor own people, Indulging not, in flowory flights of ortho United States never would jdor tno gospel of solf -- determination atory but rather holding to a plaid' Members For New Precincts Chosen Ky "ifyck Asphalt Co. To Erect Big SEPT. TERM CIRCUIT concord at tho lfor Whlch America spoko, enter an International Vstnitioii To Handle Their Mrs. Kirk Heads Woman's of its own independence. Ho on 0f nor people were delivered ovjr COURT IN SESSION ana rorceful argument upon ques' Product Otcr I. C. Division. tions and matters in which tho Am- -I rolteratod, fiowovcr, that ho stood for to n rlvai nation, with the consent and erican men and women are most co- nan association of nations based on nPproval of thoso who spolco for Am- The Ohio ' Rockport, Ky., Sept. 20. here Monday Circuit Court convened mo appneu cunsciuiicc ui ummuo erica in 1'aris Tho completion of the organization with Judge R. W. Slack Engineers ot tho Kentucky Rock on the bench. Cases have been set ed, good seed sown in fertile soil most rather than military forco." "But whon that covenant camo Into of tho County Republican Committee Cftrtafn in tnntnrlnllv min.m.intt. Replies to Rooscclt. tho United States Senate I rejoice took place horo Mpnday, when seven Asphalt Company, accompanied by up to and including next meeting that thero woro Americans in the mombers were added. This was made Mr. John A. Logan, Brownsville, Ky., for trial narvest tQ be reaped Qn Noyomber At another front-porc- h Tuesday. f 9t1f1 nnvf TKn nnnAW ..... oarllcr in tho afternoon tho candi- - united States who said 'no,' and we necessary by tho creation of new pre- local attorney for tho company arriv" w."a 'ua"-tThe following jury cases ,- abuse, nothing wa . approve of tho Shantung cincts established by tho County ed at this place this morning for th,e been disposed of, as well as a xlato shared tho limelight with Lillian j not number sa,d tnat could wound '. . Russell, tho actress, who made a award. And wo kept tho plight and Court to accommodate the tho added purpose of building a loading station - ., j u ,.. speech to sevoral scoros ot Marlon faith in the lesson we taught China vote, duo to women being given the horo for tho loading of their finishJTJ hor r comment'has generally been flatter! women tolling them why their first some twenty years ago." ballot. ed product into cars on the Illinois ton, for Defendant; Her- - t votes should bo cast for tho RepubMrs. A. D. Kirk, ot Hartford, was Central Railroad. v bert Midkiff vs. Alva Carter, verdict lican ticket. She said American BASK BALL SEASON selected to head the Woman's DiviThe company has been handicapped for the Defendant; Virgil Craddock ' nic-women must not bo deceived by tho CLOSED SATURDAY sion, and Is designated as County for some time by the car shortage, vs. Dr. P. T. Willis, '- -verdict for Plain- - iM0ITAIN DEJ alluring qualities ot tho Leaguo of CUSIBERLANB Chairman and will devoto her efforts rendering them unable to move moro tiff in tho sum of 14.00; Ada Belle f Nations but should vote against it If Tho locnl'ball team disbanded with oward completing tho organization of than about half ot their output. This Brooks vs. W. O. W. etc., on trial at i To my friends of Ohio, County: . they wanted to protect their homei the game played last Saturday, which the womon throughout tho County. A station situated on the Illinois Con- sons, I am lecated on the Glasgow Ed was lost to tho by tho score number of women were also selected tral Railroad together with the same and their Tho following actions have been monton and Burksville pike and havev Tonight Senator Harding replied to of 9 to 3. But for tho many rank from various precincts, as members ot typo of station which is located at t set forward to the 7 th day of the been here three months, in charge ot tho telegram of Franklin D. Roose-Tel- t, errors, the scoro would have been ve the organization, and the list is to 4e Bowling Green, Ky., on the Louisvillo term: a convict crew, working on a Stats tho Democratic nominee for VIco ry closo. Monroe and E. Brown completed at once, when active work and Nashville Ratlroaad will enable F. C. Bennett vs. Finis Wallace; road. We have done some excellent Tro3ldent, who wlfed saying ho had formed the battery for tho Stars looking to tho polling ot the full Re- - them to transport about as much Ira Hartley vs. Ky. Coke Co.; I. N. work this summer. been misquoted by tho senator In while Bates and Rlckard tolled for publican voto is to be vigorously ajaln of tbelr product, Lanham vs. I. & N. R. R. Co.; J. W. This Is the home ot the moonshinregard to American participation in the home squad and in so far as pitch prosecuted. The party is to be con - l The aapbalt in its finished state & N. R. R. Co.; I N. Smith vs. g tho affairs ot Haiti. Senator Harding's Ing waff concerned but little dif gratulated on (securing" the services will be brought from their crushers Lanham vs.I. & N. R. R. Co.; Acme-Jon- er. I have explored some L. country. If you know the trait telegram follows: ference W83 apparont, but the Hart of Mrs. Kirk, to head the women's or-- in 'Edmonson County by barges and Co. vs W. E. E1113 & Co. and the password you can get moun"Your telegram stating that I ford boys couldn't or at least they ganizatlon, as she Is enthusiastic, moved from the barges by giant mov- For the 8th day 'of tho term: 17, didn't glvo their pitcher any sort ot competent and a willing tain dew at eight dollars per galloa. quoted In a speech on September worker, ing cranes into the cars. L. R. Goodall vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.; Bootleggers got so numerous on tha-plka statement which you had already backing. The other gang outplayed planning to 'devote whatever of her Rough River Lumber Co. vs L. & N. CHINN ROBINSON publicly donieJ, Is received. I am them a block. tho othervday I had to arrest time and talent that may be necessary R. R. Co.; Ida H. Barnard Admrx. vs one. fcaptured two fruit Jars ot tha to say I had not seen and novo securing a thorough organization .frank On Friday McHenry was hero for i in Rockport Coal Co.; L. A. Adams vs. Mr. W. M. Robinson and Miss Besmountain dew. not yet se'on such denial, but I ac- game and the score was 3 to 1 in fa- of the women ot the County in interRockport Coal Co. sie Mae Chinn, came to town Friday Up here on thaCumberland river is. cept your statemont in good faith vor of tho Black Diamond Diggers. est of the O. O. P. The following cases have been conwhere old maids are the fewest and. Mr. Claude Hudgins, of Hodgen to attend the fairi and while here pro- and express regret that I should have McCIure and Thompson o'f Drakes-bortinued generally: s, plain girls are the most numerous and. ville, representing State Headquar- -' cured the necessary documents quoted you. I am sincerely sorry for constituted the battery for Dickinson Bros. vs. W. Reynolds where fire arms makes widows by was hero to meet with an ad-- 1 thorlzlng their action, went to the any implied misrepresentation o'f you while Owen of Llvermoro and Garage; A. M. Cooperative Associaor any other candidate, oven tho tho Sodor ot Contral City performed for vise the committee in organization de- - homo ot Rev. R. E. Fuqua and wero tion vs. L. Marlow; A. M. Coopera- the hundred. Up here Is where lifeerror-- was wholly unintentional. Hartford. This was one of the hard tails and offered many good sugges joined in ties of wedlock, Rev. Fuqua tive Assoc, vs. Charlie Carter; A.M. long Democrats curse Wilson and ther League of Nations. They aro for the rites, "This doos not in any way abate est fought battles of the season and tlons which tho Committee took Cooperative Assoc, vs. Joe Seaton; N. The bride is a daughter of Mr. C. America and declare they will not xay opinion as to tho policy of your like the game ot Saturday, went to vantage of.. ' P. Dennis vs. W. H. Maddox; Bank r vote for Cox. Tho now members added to tho C Chlnn, of Rockport, and the bride-Coun- ty of Fordsvllle vs. administration in dealing with Haiti the victors on errors. John Graham; Ernie Tell Fluke, W. S. D., and John BT. Executive Committee were a groom is a son of W. B. Robinson, of Bell vs. San Domingo, but I do want to Thursday tho Habit pill driver and Ben Qulgg. to meet me on the banks of tho express regret for tho quotation ot a woro hero, but got off to a bad start follows: East Hartford, W. P. Mid- - Echols, both ot whom are popular Visiting attorneys here during the T. statement you disavow. Because I and lost to the homo boys by 7 to 3, in klff: Dundee. Dr. J. A. Duff: N. Uo- - with their friends and acquaintances week wero E. M. Woodward of Louis- Cumberland river about Nov. 10th, and we will kill the fatted calf and am devoted to truth and courtesy I a rather loosely staged affair. Wil sine, L. L. Embry; N. Centertown, E. SOCIAL l, ville, Ernest Rowe and Floyd CLUBAVITH have a mint jullp and r,eoice in honam asking tho nows associations and liams and Soder tolled for Hartford, J. Carter; S. Rockport, Z. Hnrrell; both of Owensboro. MRS. JOHN TAYLOR or ot the great Republican victory hv nowspaper correspondents to carry while Haynes, R. Welsh' and Coons Taylor Mines, Thomas Barrass; S i' m Kentucky, which then will bo a fact conspicuously as they worked tor the boys from Habit. Fordsvllle, Walter Burdon. this telegram as SULPHUR SPRINGS. Mrs. John P. Taylor entertained Those who had .previously been did tho quotation." Cuttlng and huslng tobacco is the made known by the vote of tho peopleasant ns Precinct Chairmen, or tho Lidles. Social Club In a . elected . order-.o- f the day and the rust or wild ple . . BIRTHDAY DINNER. Hugo Majority Predicted. a: noma weanesuay ai C. L. WEDDING, mombers ot tho Committee, auto- - meeting ai ner meeting ad At tho front-porc- h ternoon. Progressive rook was play fire, as some call It, Is getting so bad Convict Camp, Cane Ridge, Ky. ot tho A surprlso birthday dinner was giv matlcally bocamo chairmen that growers think best to cut It dressed by Lillian Russell, who now ed and delicious refreshments served. m is Mrs Alexander P. Mooro, of Pitts-ljur- en Mrs. Hannah Ward, at her home precinct In which they may have been Thoso present to enjoy the occasion green rather than let tho rust spoil It. 0ue day last week the Stork paid PUBLIC .SPEAKING DATES Senator Harding made only a near Beda, Sept. 15th., in honor of located by reason ot changes mado, besides club membrs, were: OF JOHN P. HASWELft short talk Introducing the speaker her slxtytfifth birthday. Thoso pres by the Court In establishing new pre Mrs. Theo Hardy, of Vicksburg, a visit to the homes ot Mr. Elmer praising her Interest in politics. ent numbered about 35 and all camo cincts, whether thoy remained in tho Miss.; Mrs. T. R. Barnard, of Island; Dalton and Thomas Johnson, door-- 1 and Hon, John P. Has wall, Jr., RepubMr, Mooro was also present, and made with well filled baskets. A bountiful old precinct or wero thrown in a now Misses Lucllo Barrett,' of Barrett's neighbors, and left at each place a lican nominee for Congross will ad bouncing baby boy. Mothers speech predicting that Penn- dinner was spread and much enjoy- one. and a brief Ferry, Florenco Logan and Zella Mae children doing tine, but as this Is Mr. dress tho voters of Ohio County at tho sylvania would glvo Harding and ed by all prodent. Nail, City. DWELLING CAUGHT FIRE. The cay was pleasantly spent and Ctfolldgo a majority of a million. Johnson's first, his tobacco crop may following times and places m'm wishing Hartford Monday, Sept. 27, 1:00 Drawing a parallel between frater- tho assomblago dispersed suffer in consequence, THE FAIR. Last Friday, shortly beforenoon, We wero very glad to see I. D. p, m. nal organizations and international Mrs. Ward many happy returns ot tho the dwelling house of Judge John Centertown at night, 7:30. relationships, Senator Harding told day. Tho Ohio County Fair, under the Claire In print again last week wlh B. Wilson on Union Streets became management of Dr. L. B. Bean, was another string of "beads, as ho had m Cromwell, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1:30' Loyal Order the delegation from tho ignited and before the blazo could bo rather poorly attended the first two been silent so long his friends ere p. m. Golden Heart that no association, MARRIAGE LICENSE of "' RECENTLY ISSUED extinguished by fire fighters ans- days, but a bumper crowd was Beaver Dam at night, 7:30 feeling anxious about him. Some whcthCr betweon individuals or nawering tho alarm, damage to the Balzetown Wednesday, Sept. 29 tions, should require the surrender ot Saturday, larger perhaps, thai thought that the Junk Dealer had Wavey Glvens, McHenry, to Irene amount of near $100 was sustained. for several years. kidnapped hi of and others that he 1:30 p. m. basic principles and convictions. 4, Sparks falling upon tho root from Horse Branch at night, 7:3,0. Quite a lot ot stock and other ex- had broken into another Stato Insti"I recall many an obligation that I Austin, McHenry. Thompson Taylor, Beaver Dam, to tho kitchen fluo Is supposed to have hibits wero in competition tor the tution, but on inquiring at Eddyvllle Roslno, Thursday, Sept. 3D .1:30 have coma In contact with In secret caused tho blaze. many prizes ottorod races and Frankfort, and not being able to p. m. and orders," ho said, "and there Isn't one Agnes Williams, Beaver Dam. Bryan Gentry, Narrows, to Mary Dundee at night 7:30. of real merit, both harness and run- locate him the next thing to do was that ever asked a man to surrender Deantlold, Friday Oct. 1, 1:30 p. m. ASSESSMENT "NOTICE ning races, were staged during tho to ask at Hopklnsviile, Loxlngton and any of his liberties, any ot his free- Humble, Narrows. Jesso Day, Balzetown, to Elizabetb Bells Run at night, 7:30. Lakeland, and I told them that it was meoting. dom of thought, any of his freedom Fordsvllle, Saturday, Oct, 2,:30 a waste of time, as people who go to To the taxpayers of North and religious bolief. And, making tho Hicks, Balzotown. ot Wm. W. Roblnspn, Echols, to Bes- South Rockport precincts, I or one IiEAVE FOR SCHOOL. those Institutions are people ot bright p. m. of that point, I want to ap--- application Olaton at night, 7:30. . ot my deputies will be at Rockport minds originally, but suggested that ply it to nations Just now we aro sie Mae Chlnn, RockporT. All votors are respectfully urged Quite a number of young people they Inquire at the feeblo-minde- d Gilmore Grant, Narrows, to Mary Friday and Saturday, Sept. 24th and talking very much about associations ' 25th'tor the purpose ot assessing tho loft here early Monday morning tor lnstituto at Frankfort but before any to atend some one of these moetlnga. of tho world. We, ot Jane Galther, Narrows. of tho. nations KenF. C. Hendrlx, Fordsvllle, to Lula taxpayers ot said precincts. Please Lexington to enter and results were secured, like Tumpy and hear Mr, Haswell present his .America, gave first the finest lllustra-tlo- n make your inventory and meet us tucky State University as students for Loyd with his harp, ho appeared with claims and those of bis party. Women,, of fra- - Rhoads, Fordsvllle. 'that was ever recorded the'yar 1920-2New Students another'strlng ot beads and .sot all are especially requested and nvlted irWrnlty of nations. ouu)iwuiji uaymonu uowe, jucuenry, to uov promptly. to be present. bel Everley, McHenry, D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. O. Co from this place wero Miss Martha minds at ease. Vears ago there broke out In China 00 ut JUSTICE TO CHINA W - :i- A Byron Williams, Hlnton Leach, Otis Howard, Oscar Bennett, Olonn Tins-le- y. Forest Bell, of Buford, also returned, as did James Coleman, of Wy-so- x. Willie Maddox, of McHenry and weuoor uiarK, oi itocKport, new students, likewise entered tho University, going with tho other?. Gilmore Keown Is to return next week. There are a numbor of others thru-othe County who returned" as well as soveral new ones whose names we could not secure, and altogether Ohio County will haVe a large representation In K. S. U. during the year. Ow-ensb- oro, i tu three-quarter- - un-ciar- TtO sovoral-mll-oxpon- j v nave':"r7 I 1 I vL t? ert:.the,PP?,tlon' l5U '' j r All-Sta- rs hard-lookin- es e o, Mr-Hen- au-ter- Las-weJ- ' 4 .... g, s f X er 1. r ORDERS CREATING J ' X5ir'i:5J!.J5BP!rP!9?1" .Mlno road so ns to lncludo Tom Render In this precinct, and to exclude) R. P. Coleman and P. H. Hobdy, -VOTING PRECINCTS thence with said road and tho west and south linos of tho farm of V. C Blankenship to the beginning. And it is ordered nnd adCounty Court Establishes judged by thefurther that all of the court, voters residing within tho above Seven New Polling boundary, are entitled to vote in said Places In Co. precinct, and that tho voting place Taylor bo In said precinct shall Mines, Ohio County, Kentucky. Orders Ohio County Court; ReguAnd It is further ordered and ad lar Torni, Soptomber Cth, 1920, Hon. judged by the court, that tho bounMnck Cook, J. O. C. C. Presiding. dary Hues of West Beaver Dam VotIt nppearlng to tho satisfaction ot ing Precinct, No. 14, bo and it is v omo tho court, that It Is necessary to di- changed and established as follows, vide tho Sulphur Springs Voting Precinct, No. I, It Is therefore ordered Beginning at a point on the Bea nnd adjudged by tho court that said ver Dam nnd Rochester road, directly voting Precinct be and It Is divided opposite the residence of W. C. V nnd established as follpws, ,whlch residonco Is now ocBy a division line, beginning at cupied by W. C. Cooper; thenco east tho Miller's Bridge across Rough Oliv- with tho lane leading to tho residence er qn the Hartford and Hawcsvllle ot S. M. Mnddox, 100 yards to a road running thence with a straight point on said lane, so as to include lino to the Intersection of the Sulphur tho residence property of W. C. Springs and Hoslne Public Road with Blankenship, in this Precinct; thence tho Hartford and Dundee road at North parnlell with said road and Sulphur Springs; thence with the Sul Main Street of Beaver Dam, and 100 phur Springs and Roslne Road to the yards east thereof, to the I. C. R. R.; Precinct lino between Sulphur Springs thence west with said railroad 100 M and Rosino Voting Precincts, afnd It yards to Main Street; thence North $ Is ordrcd that all legal voters resid- with Main Street and Hartford and ing west of sad divlslonllne, be and Beaver Dam road to the road leading " "country" ' make no distinction they are hereby adjudged to bo legal from said road to Sandefur's crossvoters in Sunnydale Voting Precinct, ing near tho Sowder property; The automoNo. 36, which precinct Is hereby cre thence with said road to the boundary established, and it is order- line between West Hartford and East bile ated and brought most and owner of ed that the voting place In said Sun Beaver Dam, Voting Precincts; as nydalo Voting Precinct No. ."$, shall thence with said line down Muddy be at Sunnydale, Ohio County, Ken- Creek to the exterior boundary line close to of things m tucky. H of what Is now East Beaver Dam Votall same to And it Is further ordered and ing Precinct; thence with the line was in judged 'that all legal voters residing between West Hartford and Render So long owns old days. In said Sulphur Springs Voting Pre- Voting Precincts to tho I. C. R. R.; large or small automobile cinct, as It now exists and East of thence east with said Railroad to said line, be and they aro hereby de the boundary line of Taylor Mine Vot to clared to be legal voters in Dundee ing Precinct and running with the To Voting Precinct, No. 4, and entitled same to the southeast corner of the some dealers can give him. to vote therein, and that the vot- farm of W. C. Blankenship, also cortalk you think ing place In said Dundee Precinct, ner ot Taylor Mine Voting Precinct, Quality been No. 4, shall bo at Dundee Ohio Coun- on the Beaver Dam and Rochester nobody ty, Kentucky. Select your Urea roadi and with said road to the beof to the roads A copy Attest: except fellow from ginning. they have to travel: S. MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. And it is ordered and adjudged by In sandy or hilly counBroadway. W. C. BLANKENSH1P, try, wherever the going court, that all of the legal voters the on U. S. is apt to be heavy The Clerk Ohio County Court. residing within the above boundary U. S. Nobby. vote In said precinct. aro entitled to not basis wc All U. S. For ordinary country Orders Ohio County Court; Regu- and that the voting place in said preroads The U. S. Chain go on. or Ujco. lar Term, September 6th, 1920, Hon. cinct shall .be at Beaver Dam, Ohio life For front wheels The County, ' Kentucky. Alack Cook, J. Q. C. C. Presiding. U. S. Plain. And it is further ordered and adIt appearing tothe satisfaction of give every man credit IV , For best results the Court, that it i3 necessary to di- judged by the. court .that tho bouneverywhere U. S. vide Centertown Voting Precinct No dary lines of East Beaver Dam VotRoyal Cords.' have given a lot of IS, and to create a new precinct ing Precinct No. 13, be and they are thought to this propositherein, it is therefore ordered and changed and established as follows, t; adjudged by tho court, that said tion. drives up here is some advanBeginning at the South-eacorner Centertown Voting Precinct be and divided1 and established as fol- of West Beaver Dam Voting Precinct itls tage in being in his small from ten representNo. 14, and running with the old line lows t: of in country or Ordered that said precinct be di- of Beaver Dam east precinct between I3TM. CORD HOSIt ,CK1IN UJC9. run miles West Hartford, Roslne, Cromwell and vided by the Hartford and South is passing from in world. public road, and that that Prentiss Precincts, to tho south-eas- t pan of said Centertown Voting corner of Taylor Mines Voting i. capital in his limousine. lying and being on the North clnct, on the Beaver Dam and Roches- aide of said road be, hereafter known tor road; thenco north with said . you're down this way and as North Centertown Voting Precinct road and the boundary lino of West r, No. 1C, and that the part of eaid pre- Beaver Dam Voting Piecinct to tho one we like let us tell you some interestcinct lying and being on the south beginning, containing all of tho forside- of said road be, here- mer East Beaver Dam Precinct not ing facts about U. S. Tires. tires. after known as South Centertown now Included in West Beaver Dam Voting Precinct, No. 41, and that the Voting Precinct. iV14. "'.- li , kJ th h. And It is furthor ordered and ad- voting place in each of said precincts zz viX lie at Centertown, Ohio pounty, Ken- lunged by the Court, that all of tho legal voters within tho above bountucky. And it is further 'ordered and ad- dary are entitled to vote in said Prejudged by the cpurtf that all of tho cinct and that the voting placo In said ty. legal voters residing North of said precinct shall bo at Beaver Dam, "Hartford and South Carrollton road Ohio County, Kentucky. HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. A copy Attest: bo, and they aro entitled to vote in MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Haid North Centertown A'oting PreW. C. BLANKENSHIP, cinct No. 16; and that all of tho leCOATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. Clerk Ohio County Cour gal voters residing south ot said W. G. ILER, Rockport, Ky. and Smith Carrollton road, bo and they aro entitled to vote in Orders Ohio County Court; Regu South Centertown Voting Precinct. lar Term, September, 6th, 1920, Hon. No. 41. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. A Copy Attest: It appearing to tho satisfaction of MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. " the court, that there should bo some --M No. ,18, be, and Is heroby chang.WOMEN BETTING .MAD. . WW nn. tlm . W. Vblankenship, changes mado In Simmons Voting' that East and "West Fordsvllle Vot- clnct ". diuko, married womon nnd" as follows, lt Clerk Ohio County Court. Precinct, it is therefore ordered and ing Precincts, be changed, and that ed and established school girls Induigo in it. wa- r. " f Beginning at the southeast corner "-- WW adjudged by the court that the thero bo and thero is hereby created varying from a few VennJes uo. "',":V?t fa new Voting Pre- of Noah Miller's lot on tho North side men in England have taken up Is Orders Ohio County Court; Regu- boundary lino of Simmons voting pre and established a cinct, which proclnct shall be known of Noah Miller's lot on tho North that of betting. Anything which KANSAS LABOR CHEAPER Term, Soptembor 6th, 1920. Hon. cinct, No. 34, be changed as follar ns South Fordsvllle Voting Precinct side ot Main Street In the town of an elomont of chance is seized t; lows, Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. No. 39, Is as Fordsvllle, Ky thenco with his lino upon to satlato their craving for Tho Kansas board of agrlculturo It appearing to tho satisfaction of That Is change tho South and West follows, the boundary of which North to the I, C. R, R.; thenco wits Tennis, golf, engagements StalOS that It rnur In.a tho Cour.t, that it Is necessary to lines so ns to read: t. i. Beginning at Fuqua & Walker's the I. C. R. R. to tho Fordsvllle and to marry, and even what word people bumper crop From tho I. C. R. R. on Lewie change the boundary of East and this year than it did the West Beaver Dam Voting Precincts, Creek to Hartford and Rockport storo on the South sido of Main St., Easton road; thence with the Eastoi will open conversation with aro but previous year wages pa d rang ng of Ohio County, Kentucky, It is there- road; thenco northward with jaid In tho town of Fordsvillo, Ky., thenco road to the Hancock County lino; a few of the ventures that attract from CO to 70 cents an hour fore ordered and adjudged that road to tho lino of Contortown vot- with Malno Street to John Smith's thenco with the Hancock and Breck- thom. The practice Isn't confined to era generally had an abundant suppTy East and West Boavcr Dam Voting ing precinct; thenco with tho same to corner at the Intersection of Barrett's inridge County lino to Shrovo Voting any one class but girls In the office, of labor. Treclncts be changed and that thero the N. W. corner of Simmons Voting Ferry road; thenco with said road to Precinct lino; thence with tho Shrovo tho Narrows Precinct line; thenco Precinct line to the Narrows Precinct lio and there is hereby created and Product. line: thenco with tho Narrows Prn. with the Narrows Precinct lino And it is further ordered and established u now precinct, which Magan Proclnct lino; thenco with the clnct lino to the Barrett's Ferry road; by the court, that all of 'he precinct is to bo known aa Taylor Mlno Voting Precinct, 'No, 38, tho lexal voters residing in tho territory old East and West Fordsvillo proclnct tlwnco with said road to Main Stroot embraced therein,' bo and they aro lines to tho Dr. Qlllesple farm on tho in Fordsvillo; thenco with Main street boundary of which Is as follows, herojp" declared to bo legal voters in Hartford and Hawesvlllo road; thence to tho beginning, And It is further ordered and adlleglnnlng at the S. E. corner of Simmons Voting Precinct, No. 34, with the old road east to Washington and that tho voting place in said pre- Station Church; thenco East with the judged by tho court, that all of the C. Blankenship, the fnrm of W. on votqrs residing within the above the Beaver Dam and Rochester Road; cinct remain at Simmons, Ohio Coun Fordsvillo road to tho new cut road; legal "medial agents, nnd nerves is iron. thenco with tho new cut road about boundary are entitled to vote in said ty, Kentucky, High medical Tho etorf thence down said road to tho extronn dcvcry of this author tea agree ?, thowada south to the Fordsvillo and Friend- piecinct, and that the voting place A copy attest: boundary line of West neaver Dam f,ES. lr.on almost Me a a mistake to take nnvZl.W aL? Ef ship road; thence with said Fordsvillo in said precnct shall be at Fordsmc Voting Precinct near Lewis Crook; MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. ' sc,e,nc? h.u of iron and expect to get satisfactory vllle, Ohio County, Kentucky. and Friendship road to the beginning results. Most W. C. BLANKENSHIP, thence with tho boundary lino of .the common tprZ !Lbt iU And It is further ordered and ad of iron aro what is known in science Prentiss, McHonry and Ronder voting Clerk Ohio County Court. And it is further ordered and ad aa men uccauso when taken into judged by the court that the boundary judged by the court, that all of the VreclnctB to the Illinois Central Rall-vou- d the human y6tem they exert no in Add Iron Mineral may be procured line of West Fordsvillo Voting Proeither liquid thenco East with said Railroad within the Orders Ohio County Court, Regu- legal voters residing action whatever. Perhaps this is why venient tablet formor the moro connt .n you have been flisnnnninfn,) i,K.n It to wliut is known ns tho Taylor Mlno lar Torm, Soptombor 6th, 1920, Hon. above boundary are entitled to vote clnct No. 19 be, and it is heroby contains changed and established as follows, you have taken certain pills or tableta drugs and no alcohol or In said precinct, and that the voting "Y" or switch;, thonco south with Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. will not blarken iJEliiT or tonics said to contain iron. ' or switch to a point on said said been. .specially noted that It appearing to tho satisfaction of placo In said precinct shall bo at Beginning at Fuqua and iron to tho iTb.e n?w wav t0 Walker's 4tY" or switch whero tho road load- - tho Court, that it is necessary Sr;nP.UyiC,iiIclren' wcak- n blood the surest and most dependto Fordsvllle, Ohio County, Kentucky. store in Fordsvillo, Ky,; thenco with able of all methods ia tbrouRh the SHOW improvement enfeebled by ago ins Irom E. F, Render's rcsldeuco change the boundaries of East and, And It Is furthor ordored and ad- - tho South Fordsvllle nn,l vi.:i.r. Iz use of Acid Iron Mineral. TM i creased strength Precinct line to crosses Bald switch; thenco with said West Fordsvllle VotlnK Precincts. It Judged by tho court, that the bounda- almost natural form of soluble iron, found after etartinir tnfmDnf immediately to tho .Beaver Dam and Taylor Is therefore prdorcd and adjudged ' ry lino of East Fordsvillo VotlugPro. mad (Continued on Third Pago.) For Side by OHIO COUNT. DKUQ CO, Incorporated, lo-g- al to-w- lt: Blan-kenshlp, to-w- lt; 4 k 4 Look at the roads for twenty miles They around on a Sunday THERE isn'tany k H- has the remote settlement almost the center as the next county the hear tire between the small car owner the the biggest car in the country. It's the as a man them. an he's entitled best tire they the very ng tires might, that knew anything about the the That's has always the outstanding feature U. Tires. There's no limit guarantee. the Tires are guaranteed for the of the tire. We for knowing what he is We spending his money on, car out the through tire to-wl- st whether he There ,to-wi- Car-rollt- the Pre-Precin- the atives the oldestand largest rubber concern the Drop in the next time about I That's thing r ? U m' .United States Tires Qen-terto- to-w- .' of-fo- rs to-wl- to-w- lt: to-th- to-w- lt; Get Well! Your Blood and Nerves Need Iron Kaffi&ffi " V ,!.. run-dow- to-w- lt; "tre ;!. 1 Hartford, Ky.. J ORDERS CREATING VOTING PRECINCTS (Continued from Second Togo.) Dr. Gillespie fnrm on tfio Hartford and Hawcsvlllo road; thonce with tho old West FOrdsvlllo Proclnct lino to tho Hancock County lino; thenco with tho Hancock County lino to tho East Fords vlllo Voting Precinct lino; thonco with tho said 'precinct lino to Main Street In Fordsvlllo, Ky.; thonco with Main Street to tho beginning. , And it Is further ordered and by tho court, that nil of tho legal voters residing within the nbovo boundary, nro entitled to vote In said precinct, and that tho voting placo In said prccli pt shall bo ttt Ohio County, Kentucky. tho A Copy attest: MACK COOK, Y J. O. C. C C BbAMvKNSHIP, Clerk Ohio County Court. Orders Ohio County Court; Regular term, September, 6, 1920, Hon. Mack Cook, J, 0. C. C, Presiding. It appearing, to tho satisfaction of tho Court, that It is necessary to di- vldo Itoslno Voting Precinct, No. 12, It is thcrcforo ordered and adjudged by tho court, that said voting precinct bo divided and established as follows, to-wl- t; By tho I. C. II. It. right of way making a dividing line between tho two precincts, and all of tho old Roslno Voting Precinct lying jand being on tho North sldo of said right o of way shall be known as North Voting Precinct, No. 12, and tho placo of voting shall be at Hoslne. Ohio County, Kentucky. And all of tho old Roslno Precinct No. 12, lying and being on tho South sldo of said' right of way shall be known as South Hoslne ,Votlng precinct, No.. 40, and tho voting place In said precinct shall be at Hoslne, Ohio County, Kentucky. And it is further ordered and adjudged by the court that all of tho legal voters residing In tho abovo two o boundaries of North and South Voting Precincts aro efitltled tr. voto therein, in their respectlvo precincts. A copy Attest: Ito-slnIto-sln- lines of said precincts to tho beginning. And it Js further ordered nnd adjudged, that all )t tho legal voters residing within the nbovo boundary nro entitled to voto in said precinct, and that the voting placo In Bald proclnct shall bo nt Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky. And it is further ordered and adjudged by tho Court, that tho boundary lines of West Hertford Voting Precinct No. 2, bo and It is changed and established as follows, Beginning nt the corner of East Bcavor Dam, Roslno and East Hart ford, voting precincts nt or near Sandefur's crossing; thence with the lines of Eastyllartford Voting Precinct nnd tho Hartford and Morgar-tow- n road to tho Hartford nnd Beaver Dam road at Lon Smith's; thenco with said Hartford and Beaver Dam road nnd Clay Street Hartford,- - Ky , to Washington Street; thenco with Washington Street to Main Street; thenco with Main Street to Union Street nnd corner between. East Hartford and North Hartford Voting Precincts; thenco with tho lines of North Hnrtford"Voting Precinct and Union Street nnd Hartford and Centcrtown road to Muddy Creek; thenco down Muddy Creok to Rough River; thence down snld river to tho N. E. corner to tho Centcrtown Voting Precinct; thenco with tho lines of tho Center-tow- n Voting Precinct to the Render Voting Proclnct thenco with tho lines of tho same to tho West Beaver Dam Voting Precinct; thenco with tho lines of West Beaver Dam Votln,; Precinct to the beginning. And it Is further ordered nnd adjudged by tho court, that all of th legal voters residing within tho abovo boundary, bo and thoy are entitled to voto In said precinct, and that tho voting placo In said Precinct shall be Hartford, 'Ohio County, Kentucky. A copy Attest: to-w- lt; Low-Co- st Mileage in Goodyear Tires for Small Cars There is no economy in buying bargains in tires offered at sensationally cheap prices when a e tire delivers mileage at a. considerably lower rate of cost. Add the time and trouble occasioned by frequent replacements and it is fully apparent why tire users, seeking real mileage economy, are hot attracted so-call- ed well-mad- - II f to very cheaply priced tires. The popularity of Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-- , 30x372- - and 31x4'inch sizes, is based on thefact that they are, built to deliver exceptional mileage at low cost ancj consistently do so. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, Dort or other cat taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires for true Goodyear mileage, yalue, economy; MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk Ohio County Court -- wwls4 frVAf. ft ? Ordors Ohio County Court, Regu lar Term, September, 6th, 1920. Hon. Mack Codk, J. O. C. C, Presiding. It appearing to the satisfaction of to tho Court, that it is necessary chango tho boundary lines of North and South Rockport Voting Precincts Nos. 8 nnd 9 nnd to create a new pre cinct therein, it Is therefore ordered and adjudged by tho Court that North and South Rockport Voting Precincts, bo changed and that thero be and thero Is hereby created and established a now voting precinct to bo known as Pond Run Voting Precinct, No. 37, tho boundary of which Is as follows, t; WtWIL J- - t""-- -- ;J """n Pvi;ar - A . ill J Til 1 ' 30 x 3Vi Goodyear Double-CurFabric, All Weather Tread SS x 3'i Goodyear Single. Cure Pabric, Anti-SkiTread e -d ciO'iSO LO $21 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you arc asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly is available? casings when such sure-protecti- 30x3'i SJIC" in rrntrrfiriuifhaf $450 . ) .. H MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. W. OBLANKENSHIP, Clerk Ohio County Court. Ordors Ohio County Court: Regular September Gth., 1920, Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. It appearing to tho satisfaction of tho court, that it is necessary to chango tho boundary of East and fr "West Hartford Voting Preclhcts of Ohio County, Kentucky, It Is thorc- foro ordered, thnt East and Wept Hartford Voting Precincts bo chang- " cd, and that thore bo nnd thoro Is hereby crented a now Precinct, which Precinct Is to bo known as North Hartford A'otlng Precinct No. 35, tho boundary of which is as follows, term to-w- lt: Beginning on Rough River at tho S. W. comer of Beda'voting preempt, thenea up said river to tho mouth of Muddy Creek; thenco uo snlu creek to tho Hartford nnd Contortown Road; thenco with said road nnd Uniqn Street to Maine Street; thence with Mnlno Street to Centor Street; thenco with Center Street to Clay Street; thonco with Clay Street to Union Strcot; thonco with Union Street and Hartford nnd Dundee road to Mill road; thenco with said' road to Rough River; thonco down said river to tho N. E. corner of Bo-d- a Voting Precinct; thenco with tho lines of said Beda Voting Precincts to tho beginning. And It Is further ordered and that all of the legal voters within tho above boundary, nro entitled to vote in said precinct, and thnt tho voting placo In said precinct shall bo at Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky. And it i further ordered nnd adjudged by the court, that the bouiv dary lino of East Hartford Voting Precinct, No. 1., bo nnd is changed nnd established as follows, Beginning on Rough River at tho S. W. corner of Sulphur Springs Voting Precinct (or Sunnydalo Voting Precinct; thonco down said river to tho Sullenger's Mill road and corner to North Hartford Voting Proclnct; thonco with said road to tno Hartford nnd Dundee road; thenco with said road ahd Union Street to Clay Street; thenco with Clay Stroet to Center Street; thence with Center Stroet tr Main Street; thence with Main Street to Washington Street; thence with .Washington Stroet to Clay Street and then with Clay Street nnd Hartford and Beaver Dam Road to the Hartford and Morgantown road at Lon Smith's; thenco with said Hartford "X and Morgantown road to tho corner of Roslne (or North Roslno voting precinct near, Sandefur's crossing) X thencewith tho lines of said Roslno votng precinct to the Sulphur Springs voting Precinct; thence with ihe r's t to-w- it; i Beginning on the Rockport and Parndlso road on Tunnel hill or tho I. C. R. R.; thenco a south courso with said railroad to tho S. W. cor ner pt Cnariey uonmsons ianu; thonco West on a straight lino to tho Ernlo Curtis' house excluding A. Huff from this precinct; thonco West to (Rroon river and tho cornor of A. J. Brown's and Ernlo Curtis' farms; thenco up said river to tho corner of Cool Springs voting Proclnct; thenco with tho lines of said proclnct to tho corner of Taylor Mlno Precinct; thenco with tho linos of tho same and McIIenry nnd Simmons voting proclnct (o tho N. E. corner of North Rockport voting precinct; thonco with tho same to tho beginning.' And It Is further ordered and adjudged by tho court, that all of tho legal votors residing within tho nbovo boundary aro ontltled to voto In said precinct nnd thnt tho voting placo In said precinct shall bo at No.1 19 School House, In Ohio County Kentucky. And it is further ordered and ad- judgod by tho court that tho boundary lines of North Rockport Voting Precinct No. 8, bo and It is changed nnd established as follows, Beginning nt tho intersection of crossing of Green rivor and tho I. C. R. It thonco with said It. R. to tho oast corporate lino of the town of Rockport, Ky.; thenco with said lino north to the Rockport and Paradlso road; thonco with said road to tho corner of South Rockport and Pond Run voting Precincts on tunnel hill whero said road crosses tho I. Q. R R.; thenco with said road northward to Lowls Creok; thonce down Lewis Creak to tho Hartford nd Rockport road; thonco with snld road northward to tho lino of Contortown vot ing precinct; thenco with same to tha cornor of Centcrtown and Coralvo voting precincts; thenco with tho lino of Coralvo voting precinct to Croon River; thenco up the samo to tho beginning. And it la ordorcd and adjudged, that all tho legal voters residing Within tho abovo boundary aro entitled to voUs in said precinct and that tho voting place lu said proclnct shall bo Rockport, Ohio County, Kontucky And It Is further ordered and ad judged by the Court, that the boun dary lines of South Rockport Voting precinct No. 9, be and it is changed and established as folloVs, to wit; ' Beginning at tho cornor ot Pond to-w- lt: 3 mi,,,,.,,,.., -.- ,- i.i .11. mi- l- in. .11 1. mi iiMihl !iLi mimim ." ' Run Voting Precinct No. 37 on Oreen SWIMS WITH HANDS AND FEET TIED ,nJvw: tnenco down sa,d rlver t0 tho I.'C. R. R.; thence wltn tho same, to To show 'how "the soldiers swam tho east corporato boundary line of tho town ot Rockport, Ky.; thenco rivers In Franco Andrew C. Gault. with said lino North to the Rockport of Salem, la., swam the Mississippi and Paradlso road; thenco with said river with his hands and feet secureroad to tho West corner oM?ond Run ly tied. First changing to tho army voting precinct No. 37 on Tunnol HH1 uniform , which he wore for eight whero said road crosses said railroad; thenco with tho line of said Pond Run voting precinct to tho be' ginning. And It is .further ordered and adjudged by the Court, that all of tho legal voters residing within the nbovo' boundary are entitled to vote In said precinct and that tho voting ,placo therein shall be at Rockport, Ohio County, Kentucky. copy attest: MACK COOK, ings stamps, for war taxes, wllliag to do without sugar and wheat and meat and light nnd coal, willing to glvo up their sons. Willing to do anytnlng d. that America's honor might bo Several Ifundred patients havo hai their teeth and tonsils treated and. mental congratifying results o dition ot a number, of them has been In-th- noted. But that patriotism braces only their own country. em- - J. O. C C. W. C, BIMNKENSHIP. Clerk Ohio County Court.' PARACHUTES 20,000 FEET. A now world's record Is claimed for Lieut. A. G, Hamilton, who recently dropped 20,900 feet by pnrachuto from an alrplano over Carlstrom aviation field, Fla. A second "chute" was used by Hamilton when within n few hundred feet from the ground, to check his rapid descont. .' months iri France Mr. Gault had his Drugstores Sell It. FOR FLETCHER'S friends bind him tightly and cast hin Five million people overboard. He literally kicked, himuse it to KILL COLDS self across the river, both feet moving together, of course, while ho reBAD TEETH AND INSANITY mained most of the time on his back. He declared that It was easy and As was announced a year or so, ago, CASCARA P QUININE that he could have swam back. Mov- investigations at the New Jersey ing pictures wero made of the state hospital for the Insane havo fiROMll achievement. convinced medical experts of tho in" Standard cold remedy Tor 29 yeara stitution that diseased tcuth and tonla tablet form aaie, lure, no sils often harbor germs which may opiatei breaka up a com in z SUGAR IMPORTS INCREASED. ' noun relieves grip in J aayi. Working on this induce insanity. Money back if it latli. The genuine box nai a Kca specialists During tho fiscal 1920 tho theory dentists and throat IP' SIX 1 witn ur. mil a Bi toppicture. nro treating patients ot tho Missouri sugar Imported into the United States At All Drag Start totaled 7,600,000,000 pounds, whllq hospital for tho insane at St. Joseph wo exported 1,400,000,000 pounds. Our biggest customer was Franco, to whom we sent 700,000,000 pounds. Most of our Imports were from Cuba, from which, source wereceived nearly a billion pounds' iuore than in 1919. Ohil&ren Cry CASTO R 'A m. rmm mw mii's yr THE "OLD RELIABLE" m COVER SPARE TIRES ( IHEOFORD'S RLACK DRAUGHT WMte Haired Alabama Lady 3ays She Sunlight and air are detrimental to rubber. Therefore, keep your spare tires covered. And park In the shade CHILDREN SOLD CHEAP. as much as possible. Statistics havo shown that a tire good for 0,000 Tho high cost of living is blamod miles when new, will lose as much as for tho fact that in tho Llllo region a 2,000 miles by being unprotected for number of cases hayo come to light a year, against the sunlight and air. whore mothors have sold their chil- It pays to get a tiro cover. dren for a few francs. Six such cases woro discovered in ono week. Or Wlno and women used to be blamchild two months old, It was learned, ed for the troubles of.a lot of men, had been sold to a wealthy farmer for but it's prohibition and women that 10 frances. The practico is said to aro making trouble for the have been Introduced by n colony Enquirer. from tho French Alps whero such, No American o woman traffic is no new thing. m'aa those toller: of the city and thS ""I'll give you five dollars a day fleldr those mothers and fathers who spot cosh," said tho farmer to tho are the heart's blood of thUMiatlon tramp who had stopped to bog a wants a Wilson Lenguo ,of Nations! meal, "If you'll help me dig potatoes. wwca woujd tie this country helplessWe'll begin right now," he' pointed at ly to European politics, and hind It the big field, "because I'm afraid tho to fight for tho Interests of any and ' every ' country, whose Interests" ore frost will get tljom." "No," yawned tho tramp, "You'd not ours, These Americans were wlH-in- g to give up their bettor dlgem. You planted 'cm, and d money for Liberty Bondfl, for war tiv- you know just whero thoy are." hard-earne- Has Seen Medicines Com, Black-fag- lt and Go But TLc "01J, Reliable" Thedford's Came and Stayed. Dutlon, Ala. Black-Draught I ford's In recommending Thed feeling alter .meals. Sour stomach and to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F, Parks, a well- known Jackson County !ady,,sald: "I am ssists the liver In throwing off impuriBlack-Draug- gelling up in years; my head Is prelty ties. I am- glad to recommend Black- while. I have seen medicines and reme Draught, and do, to my, friends and dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." Thedford's 'came and stayed. I am talking of Is a standa liver medicine we have used ard household remedy witit a record ol Black-Draught, Black-Draught rfor years one that can be depended and one that will do the work, "Black-Draught up-o- li over seventy years of successful use. will relieve indigestion and constipation if taken right, and I know Try for I tried It. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. Black-Draug- Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of impurities. Insist upon Thedu. TO ever found for the full, uncomfortable At all .druggists. ' r i ' tThe Hartford Republican BAllTFOlll) Published "Weekly by IMMXTIXG C05IPAXY Incorporated W. S. TIXSTiUY, Editor nnd lluMncss Manager. Entered according to law at the Postofficc, Hartford, Ky., as Mail matter of tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to s 4f Subscribers desiring thopaper sent must glvo fen now address tho request.the old fcddrcss In making Business Locals and Notices 10c and 8c jcr line, insertion.per lino ror eacu Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of. Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for In tho face of all of Cox'sv wild-eye- d each head lino and'slgnautro, money In advance. talkibout tho Republican .Church Notices for services free, campaign fund, Democrats lc per everywhere are making tho mqst but other advertisements, ' v word. will frantic effort to raise a huge sum to Anonymous communications 'receive no attention. be spent by their own party. But as a matter of course every cent they TELEPHONES raise and spend will' bo used for the '' 59 Farmers 'Mutual circulation of tracts angelic In na 123 Cumberland ture only. The wicked Republicans wlllf according to their charges, use FRIDAY SEPTEMBEIl 24 dirty dollars to debauch the elector ate, while" Democrats will uso purifi ed shekels, for notnmg dui noiy pur- REPUBLICAN TICKET. hosen. fftie b fc Democratic Daily nas the headline "BOYS! GET THE MON EY". Then asks that every reader '.'V-of the paper give a dollarrt It Is rea sonable to suppose that at least halt nt tho nnnio in the Nation read some Democratic paper, if they do, nnd give a dollar you have the tidy lit-sum of more than fifty millions for a Democratic campaign fund. Up they In Aberdean, South Dakota fnnk S40.00 away fromeach of the dozen or so girls who worked for the Government in the Internal revenue office, nresumably under civil service regulations, at that place. So far we have not seen a single word or the matter in any Demo 4 for President -. WARREN G. HARDING. cratic paper coming to this office, and we receive about a dozen. The For Vice President CALVIN COOL1DGE. truth about the whole business is, in our opinion, Cox and his managers For U. S. Senator RICHARD P. ERNST.' have made these charges for the pur pose of focusing attention in the opFor Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. posite direction while the real thief, so to speak, is making a clean get With away in the other direction. The. announcement that $20 and the scores and scores of thousands or 5HM5 counterfit bills are In circulto draw from, to ation, from a personal standpoint, office holders wring dry.sthere is no squeeze and "bothers us not a whit. But when way of telling about the immensity they get to handling $1 counterfit of the fund 'they will have at their "Williams wo may then begin to take command. You may count it as a of the kind of script passed to certainty that for every dollar tire 1. us. need, at least two chest for ready serwill be in We are Informed that in transcribRepublicans don't wish ing the boundary of the new Pond vice, and ifsome of these mornings to to wake up Jtun Voting precinct SJp. 37, that find themselves poverty stricken in there was an error made in the first comparison with the Democrats they portion of the.order giving the bounget busy in raising funds dary, In tho third and fourth lines. It had better for the hundreds of things absolutely should read: "thence a south course necessary to the proper and lawful . with said road'dirt road instead of (conduct of a respectable campaign. lailroad.; "We followed copy and charges of Cox and the the error was not noticed until we had Don't let the you to sleep. Turn your paper con- others put run that portion of the attention up the other end of the taining the notice. road. The man you need to watch Is making his escape while you vainly toIn this issue we publish a list gether with the boundary of the look for the fleeing culprit at tho seven new precincts recently estab- wrong end of the trail. m lished by the County Court, and also BEECH VALLEY. changes in the boundaries of old precincts. Look tho list over so Uat The farmers here are about thru you may know where you are to vote cutting tobacco. Some are havlnga In tho future. - It would be well for great deal of trouble with the weed oach voter to preserve that portion of in the barn. the order affecting his individual preSeveral from here attended the cinct, and especially should the ElecSaturday. preserve a copy and fair, at HartforU tion Officers Miss Mae Baughn, of Mt. Morlah, liave it on hands on election da'e. la week-en- d spent with Misses $15,-000.0- 00 -- xotice to sunsciunnns suicide, which will not do either himself or tho cnuse for which ho must thlnk'ho is sacrificing, nfiy good, ns wo see It. It has becomo rather common for prisoners to go on hunger strikes, nnd usually it only shows that'thc fasting prisoner Is an or is In vjolent and willful opposition to the rule of constituted au thority above. We do not profess to bo familiar with the various details of tho whys and whyfores of incarceration, but legalized authorities ought to be very slow In lifting prison bars for Inmates simply because they will not eat. That is tho method they1 have1 elected to follow In order to caln freedom nnd should' they voluntarily and willful ly tako their own Hfo In the attempt, wo utterly fall to see ns to how blamo mny be attached to the officials of the Government. Mac-Swlnc- ExBmiimj.im. mMS l& y fi TilE.UNIVERSAL CAR 4v ,A-'4f- ' A4 1 I Reduction in Price of Ford Products The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors will be sold F. O. B. 'Detroit with the following prices: Touring $440, Touring Starter $510, Runabout $395, RunaboXit Starter $465 ! Chassis $360, Coupe Starter and Demountable Rims $745, Sedan Starter and Deraount- ' able Rims $795, Truck Pneumatic Tires $545, Tractor $790. 0 The Ford Motor Co. makes this reduction in the face of the 'fact that they have on hand immediate orders for 146,065 cars and tractors. The company will suffer a tremendous loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and TheN maintain the momentum of the buying pow .r of the countiy. Henry Ford says : There is not sense or wisdom in trying war isTover and it is time war prices were over." rto maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it is time a real, practical effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the counstanding. "We are at your command with regular Ford try down to regular pre-w..' efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders." ar Beaver Dam Auto Company BEAVER DAM, KY. . y to watch the antics of those two birds was equal to, if not greaterlthan view ing a luiucuy yicutie suuv ut vac theater of Ed Barrass. TJiey circled around each other some several tima like two yearling roqsters. in springtime, finally they clinched, "and for a spell I thought they were in mortal combat, but it developed that they were simply allowing their joy to-- 1 ooze out in bearhugglng embraces. I tell you when strong men like Bat and John do love each other as they evidently do, there's something to witness when they meet for the first time after long and weary months of separation. Speaking of John, Henry, I asked him to go out with us last Friday night, knowing .that the old town was full of fair visitors, and other kinds too, and as a consequence spare straw hard to find". He said that he would be glad to get a sleeping place with us but would not come out till a bit late. So we fixed his bunk and told him how to get In. We did not T Demo?V-ats-,hav- ! came down town tho next A. M:, Thomas said he left his watch On the f ireboard and apparently was in very great distress, fearing that he might lose it. he said he had been carrying it for several years and for sentimen tal reasons would not part with it for 10 per cent more than he paid for it. We told him to ease his mind about the walch, that we would look it up for him and bring it down at noon We did so and don't you know that it was an old type of Ingersol, a dollar watch, but John "claimed that it was a special, for which he paid Tap-pa- n $1.35 in 1917, It was evidently prior to that date as two holes had worn through the back of the case. We. expected a small reward from Thomas, but he didn't so much as thank us for our honesty. We will not watch tho next watch he careless ly leaves on our mantleplece. 1 hear him come in, (but we are not telling that on him) neither did wo hear him leave, but the bed showed every sign of having been occupied, for. a short time at least. When wq : -- 7r UV "'ill rn last Ar-zel- , S Carnivals like cold cornbread, grow less and less attractive tho longer Lord Mayor MacSwIney, of Cork, in you have them with you. Oh! why Is llrlxton prison, has been reported as a carnival anyhow? slowly dying for the past two 'or three Our former associate ' and archweeks from starvation, due not only to bis voluntary but willful refusal enemy, John Henry, was hero last and while loitering around to partake of food andnourishment. week-en- d 'Wo presume that the Lord Mayor the1 office who should saunter in, lias a perfect, personal right to tako other than Bat' Nail? Bat and himself hence,, by that method If he Thomas always did seem to possess a :: bo-- desires, but in refusing to partake weird and uncanny sort of attach:: of the sustenance of life and thereby ment, one for the other. They had met for many, many moons and perish is nothing more or less than sot Even our neighbor, the Hartford Herald, is afflicted with boodleltis. It says "Thoro Is no reason why the Kood old county of Ohio should not inako a splendid showing for Democracy in the coming election despite the boodle money the Republicans Intend to scatter In our midst." Where in- did the Herald get its owl-lik- e formation about Republican boodle? That statement is about like Governor Cox's, the Is simply Herald drawing upon Its imagination and in advance undertakes to cast odium. "Where; again we aBk, did you get your information, you speak as tho you were advised, even beyond doubt. Please Mr. Herald, when up this way kindly sneak into our private office and slip us the information. You don't expept to get any of it as a matter of course, and maybe if you will be so good as to put us wise it might in some mysterious way bo a aort oft solace to us you know. ' and Ludelle Magan. Mrs. M. E. Miller, mJ. and Mrs. T. S. Miller and Lee P. Miller spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller, of !"I"H"M"M"HlI,'K"i fri'Mi M-frf- t Mr. Barney Johnson has purchased afarm from Mr. John Whobrey, of Sunnydalo. Miss Stella Brown is visiting her sister, Miss Valarla Brown, this week. STOCK FOH SALE. One registered polled durham bull, 2 extra good, polled durham cows and calves, 1 Jersey cow, .1 roa,re 6 years good stock, priced right old E. P. BARNAItD. Routo 2, Hartford. Ilt4p 4 . Dukehurst. STOVE TALK! Air-Tig- ht, Our Fall Coats and Coat Suits Embody Superior Style, Quality and Finish We are showing a satisfactory .variety of these suits in the best materials. These garments are all made by one of the best known suit concerns and can be depended on for the correctness of style in every detail. Workmanship and finish is of the highest grade and materials are the latest weaves which are especially suitable for garments of this design-- . The coats come in the lengths approved by fashion experts. Trimmed appropriately in the best manner. They are thoroughly serviceable and fashionable garments. You will be well pleased with one of these nobby values. fc, Coal is so high that it behooves everybody to practice the most rigid economy in its use. An open fireplace ora poor stove consumes a lot of fuel and STRAY STREAKS ' (By Fluke McFluke.) gives but little heat. We have customers who sealed up their open Hot Blast Heatgrates and purchasod our ers in order to get more heat and cut expenses, that too when coal was. 100 per cent cheaper than now. See our line pi heaters, Stoves and Ranges. We can save you money. This' is not idle talk. Suits, $20.00 to $65.00 Coats, $10.00 Up. ACTON BRO. HARTFORD,' - t! Carson (&. . KENTUCKY J Hartford, Kentucky. Co. ''i"HUiii.minniiiiin.niniimniii'ni. t I Our 3Yen.'s iDojpftrtnaorxt I Mrs, T R Barnard, of Island, was the guest Wednesday nnd Wednesday night of Mr, nnd Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mr, and Mrs. D. W. King, of ro, IriMMil V visited relatives hero Fri day and Saturday, and attended tho fair. Star Hats "pOR a top-not- ch . br. J. It. Flrtlc, of this place, went to Rome, Sunday, returning that ening. ev- Dr. J. D. Stewart, of Dundee, nnd smartly fashioned hat of quality look for the Rothschild mark within the one you buy. Our line is complete. Select your Rothschild hat now. " Fordson TRADE MARK Messrs. Alford Robinson, Shelby Robinson and II. 13. Bowen, of tho Pond Run country, ware hero Mon day, on business. Mrs. Theo Hardy, of Vlcksburg, In hnpnrtlne 'two wnnks here. ... . :r wim nor sister, Airs, jonn v. rayior and Mr. Taylor. MIra.. FARM TRACTOR half of what it cost with horses. But even more impost ant is the fact that the Fordson saves from thirty to fifty per cent of the fanner's time. And time saved getting The Fordsson cuts the cost of preparing land almost to Prices From' $3.50 to $12.50 .: ..": WANTED Tie Hackers, will furnish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD HOLBROOK, 3tf y Hartford, Ky. :- - & Messrs'. J. P, Victors and 0. P. Turner, of Owensboro, were. In Han-for- d and vicinity Tuesday and Wed- nesday, on business. t. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Foreman nnd daughter, Miss Mary, of tho Narrows country, have moved here to remain during tho school year. Mrs. D. M. Hocker, of Corbln, arrived hero Wednesday to be tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Bishop and Mr Bishop for a week. ! ll I' &u'Jr &?"'- rwSE5TJ V, ' i . IU- -.' m- u'lm ,1 : ' ''mmsmmst' r .MIWSSHiftKa'lc' iv?iiis'K'3iC'JJi'.fMi . ' k tv3i I'l - IA . H .v '' Godfrey Barnard, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Barnard, of Route 2, leturn- ed to Akron, Ohio, yesterday. Mr. L. P Loney, of Owensboro, representing the tax department, Bu. reau of Internnl Revenue, spent several days in Hartford last week Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover, of Central City, and Mr. and Mrs. Loney Hoover, of Elizabethtown, were the week end guests of relatives here. world. We are Fordson dealers. Not only do we sell Fordson tractors, but we cany a stock of Fordson parts and employ Fordson mechanics to help the fanners get the best results from the Fordson. Let us demonstrate the -- " ; Fordson on your own farm. fields in shape to plant in the proper season; getting things done when they should be done means money to the faimer. Besides it helps greatly in solving the labor problem. As ever, the machine way is proving more efficient, faster,- - easier than the old hand way. In the factory the machine increases production, saves labor produces more at less cost. And thafcis what the Fordson does on the farm. The Fordson way is the machine way of farming. Besides it helps the labor problem. The Fordson's first cost is low; and the after or operating cost is low. It is a compact, easily handled tractor, backed by the greatest tractor service organization in the . Men's Suits We have just received a splendid line of hew Fall Suitsfor Young Men. Come in all the new weaves and styles. Prices from $25.00 to $40.00. Let us show you. Our prices and styles will interest you. .m imLmMtzrizx'ffr.:ime!iw --7? juaaGi Hartford Republican . . Mr. John H. Thomas, editor of the Central City Argus, spent Friday night and Saturday here, calling upon old friends and attending the fair. of Miss Margaret Williamson, Central City, accompanied Miss Leila Glenn home Friday and spent tho week end with here at her homo here. MM5 1 j&rrm&j&z sfwsssawftraSftftSawl bl VftV -- kS4B?is&' ""-- 'r Ih SL4ims Tssw;-j- . ,Sr3.k ' fj ll Afc.y , iSSSrt &!" . t IV? isa -- , w 4r3vf&J&&? rii &iu .Jr. "iYIK..J.r r,v.iv..rci: H rjrx'tfWt- - vi H I t BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILE CO. BEAVER DAM, KY., v Mr. and Mrs. L. S .Igleheart have Mr. A. J. Bell, of Springfield, Ohio; moved into thQ residence recently arrived here Saturday to spend sevpurchased of Mr. Ira p. Bean. eral days here and In thefeuford and SEPTEMBER 21 FJUDAY Pleasant Ridgo country with relative Miss Myrtle Ashley has gone to and friends. Nashville, Tenn., for an extended visPERSONAL NEWS it with her brother, Ray Ashley. "Bring me yourjunk and get your AND SOCIAL EVENTS fertilizer, seeds and farming impleI Vnrfhnrn Ttvn Tlmnthv. Tied Ton. ments. , We pay. cash every day for eggs and and c,ovcr Seedg Th0 be8t on fte D. L. D. SANDEFUR, POUltry. W. Hi. tiUUlO ' UlJ. market. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Boaver Dam, Ky. 13t3 .The H I ill Wright, Sunday. ed Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wright SunMiss Danle Wright and little broth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Llagan and Mr. J. W. Taylor is erecting a new er, Byron, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. Leslie Nelson, last week children visited Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. barn. Daniel Saturday and Sunday. M.' Oda Haycraft sold his store end. Mr. and Mrs, Garlin Nelson visited Tho Stork visited the home of Mr. to Mr. Sep Williams last weal: we are again, but can't Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mr,s. and Mrs. Deo Tucker the 19th of WelU here hardly deqldo whether we ore in the John Wright, Saturday and Sunday. this month, leaving in their care a litMrs Buck Burton and baby visit tle girl. $ south or north from the hot days and cold nights we are haying. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Taylor and children attended the State fair Friday and think their trip was well worth while, Carvlo, little son of Mr. Nute Havens, who has dyphtherla, is better. Bro. Harper filled his last appointment hero Sunday. Mrs. Jim Taylor and Mrs. Everett BALD KNOB. BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Fresh Oystets TAURANT. at TAYLOR'S RES- Mr. Sara Davison, of Barrett's ry, was in town Saturday. Hon. Claud Hudgins, of was in town Monday. Fer- Hodgen-vlllo- , Mr. Jake Westerfleld, and Mr..anI, Rev. E. Watt Smith left jere TuesMrs. Ed puke, of Dundee, were the day for Russollville, to be in atguests Sunday, of relatives here. tendance at tho Louisville Conference of the M. E. Church South, which Miss Lllllo Hardin, of Pt. Pleas convened Wednesday. nnt, was the week end guest of Mr. 'iris Render, of Matanzas, has Misses Winnie and Muriel Wilson. moved here. Mr. Render has acMrs. Claronco Igleheart, of near cepted a position with Sheriff Bratch-e- r nnd Mr. Render and family came town, is spending this week hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Black. here temporarily, for convenience. .9. is J. Elsewhere in this issue will be Mr. Ed Johnson, of Livermoro, found the boundary of all tho new week-en- d spent the here with his voting precincts together with all Mr. Ira Bean returned Saturday sister, Mrs, A. B. Riley and Dr. Riley. changes established and made in the from a business trip to Louisville. County Dr. E. A. Carson and family, of county at tire- last term of Court. Attorney E. M. Woodward, of Lou- Corbln, arrived here tho first" of this rel-- ! isville,, is hero this week, attending week to spend several days with Mrs. Anna Lashbrook arrived Monatlves. Circuit Conrti day from Louisville, to spend the week with friends. Mrs. Lashbrook Miss Mildred Stephenson, of Messrs W. II. Baize and W. H. Myra position as ste- reports that her daughter, Mis3 Tuesday Parks were in Owenoboro, tle, who is in a sanatorium near there, nographer for the firm of Barnes & nnd Wednesdny. Is doing fairly well. Smith. rough lumber for sale. All kinds of Mrs. W. W. Harris and little son, Miss Helen McQruder returned to Soo HAROLD HOLBROOK, I Willis, left Wednesday for Mt. Car- Hartford, Ky. her homo at Utica yesterday, after 7tf Mr. w days with Miss Sue mel, 111., where they go to Join spending a Harris, who was recently assigned to wont to Owens- Yelsor. Miss Lettlo Marks of the Cumthat point boro yesterday to ho tho guest of relaMr. Virgil Renfrew was in town berland Telephone exchange. tives a few days. Monday attondlng the Campbell Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tinsloy and Mr Mrs. Josta Duke, of Dundee, spent speaking and looking after business J. Walter Allen, of tho Washington from Friday until Tuesday here, the matters. neighborhood, took their sons, Pren guest of relatives. Mrs. Crowde'r, wife of Dr. C. G. tice and Lyman, to Owensboro last operaCrowder, of Central City, was the week, where each underwent Born To Mr. and Mrs. John R. tions for tonsil and adenoid trouble. Phlppa, Jr., a 9 pound boy, named guest Saturday, of her sister, Mrs Isaac Foster. Dr. E. A. Carson, of Corbln, and Walter Pendleton. Messrs. Oscar Bishop and Rowan Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Mills and Holbrook spent the day yesterday at Miss Mary Render, ofUie Centor-tow- n country, was the guest of friends son, of Owensboro, were guests Sat- Taylor's Lake, in Butler County, near urday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilles- Cromwell, angling for tho finny here last week-enpie and family. tribe. Their success was unretforjted at press time. Mrs. John P. Taylor will entertain Mortin Bean, who has been visit' tho Black Cat Club at her home toNOTICE I am agent for an Old ing friends and relatives here during morrow afternoon. the past two weeks, returned to Ak- Line Insurance Company that covers loss by fire, lightning and tornadoes. A. Duff, of Dundee, ron, Ohio, yesterday. Dr. nnd Mrs t ran srlva von first class service OH were in town, Monday, and attended I al Mrs. Q, P. Jones, ,of tho Washing- either 'farm or town property. Campbell ipeaklng. tho by Mr, B(f represent a high class, old line ton country, accompanied " company. Messrs. Jno. T. Smith; Jr.," and son, Jones, went to Louisville, Tuesday life insurance R. R, RILEY, where an operation was performed on Simon, of Fordsville, wero In town Hartford, Ky. tyrs.. Jones, , attending courts , yeeterdoy,1 If." ' h, Mr. Boyd Baugh of Route 2, Beaver Dam, was a visitor horo, Monday. OHIO COUNTY DftUG CO.'S ' Taylor were visitors of Mrs. Olive Taylor Wednesday. Mr. Mack Porter and family, of Beaver Dam, were visiting friends in this community Sunday. Wo had a wedding in our neighborhood last week, Miss Agnes Williams to Thomas Taylor, and we wish them much joy, and a little bird tells us there's going to be another wedding around here soon No, I won't Reduction Sale! ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, All Paints in stock, at 10 to 20 Wall Paper, 25 off list price. off list price. October 8 and 9, 1920 . Stock and Poultry Powders to go at reduced sv prices. We have many other articles that will be sold at a reduction. We carry a full line of DRUGS and DRUG SUNDRIES, and many other articles too numerous to mention. We have more stock than room and we also prefer to sell many articles at a reduced price to carrying them through the winter. Come, see our bargains. tell. i , ,No one can say the" present-da- y girl does not give tho mosquito a fair chance. Minneapolis Journal, According to a Paris physician, premature baldness Is due to some trouble with tho teeth. Hartford's second base ball team will cross bats with the Washington Tigers at the local grounds tomorrow evening at 2:30. 4 PAIR VIEW. Mrs. Mae Wilson is on tho sick list d. ' this week, Miss Lillian Burton vlsitod Miss Frankle Wright Sunday. A I Mrs. Kit Austin, of near Horton, visited her sister, Mrs. O. C. Daniel, one day last week. Thetork visited the home of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Lively, the 16th of this month, leaving a fine boy, christened James Curtis. Mr, and 'Mrs. Chftrlie Duncan and children visited' Mr. and Mrs1. John Ohio County Drug Co. (Incorporated.) HARTFORD, KY. - n Hi.: ennwwMiwwahiifti i.i.wi.wii-fcfl- f angTffFXwW' ,:: two classes of farms Is substantially RinTHPLACK OF PAUL HKSEIGKI) I1Y TURKS the some. Tho Inference Is tnat the farmer who keeps no sheep is simConstantinople Sept. 9 Tarsus, ply throwing awny enough pnsturago IlEAVKR DA.M. .CIKCUIT COOTtT. that cows and other livo stock do the blrthplaco of St. Paul, which Is Judge R. w. Slack, Oweniboto. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. Women On 75 Miles To Ijcnrii They are known as pastry tables. not utilize to net him a profit. located about twenty miles south of Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Bmlth, Hart Clerk R. W. King. ' Where storage spaco Is limited, the Cheeso Mailing. c Adna, Is being bcsclged by the Turks ford. women living In bins will bo found particularly use-fil- l. Pollco Judgo J. V. Coopor. Last spring two and the French garrison and the 25,-0- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Marshal R. F. Stovens. South Forry, Idaho, heard of a cheeso Inhabitants of tho place arc short Master Commissioner Otto C. Mar FOR FLETCHER'S Unfinished swooden tables rcqulro demonstration to bo given by a dairy of food, according to a letter receivtin, Hartford. FOUDSVIIiLE. specialist connected with the State much scrubbing and under constant ed hero from Professor Paul Nllson, Trustee Jury Fund Cl P. Keown, .v a town 70 uso become stained and unsightly agricultural collego In is in chargo of Si. Paul's Instiwho Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Hartford. Varnishing, or painting and enamelUXGMSII USB HOLLOW lUtlCK. They made tr-- trip miles nwny tute there. 1st Monday In March 11 days Clerk Olla Cobb. one by stage to tho meet ing, tho lowor parts, and covering tho & two-da- y j The Turks are fighting from tho Com'th. and Civil. easily cleanPollco Judge C. P. Kesslngor. Hollow brick made of cement and fig and orange groves on tho plain learned the Ins and outs of top with a nonabsorbent, ing and Monday In May 12 days Civil. 1st In tho sand by simple hand machinery havo Marshal Grant Pollard. cheese making. Then they returned ed material saves much labor on surrounding tho city, relying on their days lately been Introduced In England rifle fire to hold tho French garrison 1st Mouday In July 13 Ferry and taught tho women end. Sheet zlrfc Is often used Xo South Com'th. and Civil. tops. It should be brought well They aro inado hollow to provide air in their neighborhood what they had within tho walls. The French aro 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR Monday in September rpcardlnK cheeso making. A over tho edges and fitted and tacked spaces in the walls and to reduce cost making every effort to save tho prot-t- y, 3d innrnmi FOR PRESENT YIUIS Civil. survey made this summer three carefully so that no water can get and lnbor. The ends are shaped so as clean, whlto walled town, and air- 4th Monday in November 13 days sharp to mako closo strong joints. Tho new underneath and so that no County Board of .Education E. S. months after the demonstration Com'th. and Civil. exposed. Zinc has tho ad- brick are about fivo times as largo as planes drop letters In tho streets, but showed that l.GOOounds of cheeso edges nre Howard, S. S. O- - C. nre unable to alicht because Micro Is being proof against hot ordinary brick and as they aro relaCOUNTY COURT. liad been made In that country under vantage of DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford utensils, but It Is affected by both tively light In weight walls are easily no room for a landing place In tho Ueets first Monday In each month. tho tutelage of tho two women city. Routo C. County, Wye, tho acids and alkalies and Is thereforo and rapidly laid with them. In layIn Niobrara Judge Mack Cook. mm keep in condition. It ing tho ends and bottoms of tho brick Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. surgeons agree that In cases of County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Farm Bureau members are standard- rathcrhard to come In aro simply dipped In a thin mortar izing their buttor and selling Jt In ts not a suitable material to Dlr. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunClerk "vV. C. Blankcnshlp. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the many foods, household of limo nnd cement; applying morspecial cartoons labeled "Niobrara contact with Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. First Treatment is most important. dee. DeStatos tar with a trowel In the usual man- When an efficient antiseptic Is appliCounty Farm Bureau Butter." Taoy specialists of the United Superintendent B. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Gotf, Rosino. say. Oi are hoping to do the same ' with partment of Agriculture covering ner would result in stopping up tho ed promptly, there Is no danger of Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beavnr cloth Is also widely used for spaces. air infection and the wuond begins to cheese. Ono woman in Niobrara Tar Commissioner D. E. Ward. more Dam. C. S. Moxley. Surveyorheal at once. For uso on man or County paid all tho expenses of her tables, but linoleum, although esDIv. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Itodgcrs. household last year by making and oxpenslve, is far moro durable, If your child Is pale and sickly beast, Borozone is tho Ideal Antisepsoiling cheese. Sho did tho samp pecially when fastened to the table picks at the nose, starts in tho sleep tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now FISCAL COUIIT. cement. this year and In addition Is buying with waterproof and grinds tho teeth while sleeping, It nnd be ready for an emergency. Price County Board of Examiners: E. S Procelaln and glass table tops are Is a sure sign of worms. A remedy 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Meets first Tuesday In April and gasoline for the tractor. nil the Howard, Mrs. Birdlo Mldkiff and very attractive and easy to clean, lnit m October. In 1920 394,718 pounds of diffefor these parasites will be found li Ohio County Drug Co. Ira Jones. bo 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, rent kinds of cheeso were made In are relatively expenslvb and must WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Separate enameled- used carefully. Route 3. MONEY IS $7r0 A BUSHEL. farm homes In tho North and West not only clears out tho worms, but it 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear; as a result of the efforts of the home ware tops In various sizes to fit over restores health and cheerfulness. wooden tables are on tho market. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio er Dam. demonstration agents. Tjif When tho chief of the fire departEXAMINATIONS They are very convenient and not ex- County Drug Co. Q. B. Brown, Slmmom. 8rd District ,.-jn ment of Endicott, N. Y., married re" tables havo pensive. Marble-toppe- d n. Experiments must be carried out Common School Diploma May 10 cently his frlonds gave hlm'a bushel-fu- l 4tl District O. W. Rowo, Center-towupon an experiment station farm to long been considered especially good and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam SURE, HE WAS MAD of crisp new $1, which he found al6th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-town- . and Fordsvllle.. find how the average farmer can for pastry making, but are now Smith (to grocer): "What's up, amounted to $750. money, but In spite of most prohibitive in price, and a pol- - Mr. Black? You seem angry." May 21 and 22 County Teachers' make or save Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). these high overhead expenses the 'shed marble slab laid on an ordlnarv Black: "I am. The Inspector of May 2S and-C- 3 7th District B. P. Rice, Fordsvlllo. County Teachers, .Arkansas State College farm sold pro table answers the purpose fully as Weights and Measures has been in." FOR FLETCHER'S 8th District B.' C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored. duco worth $15,000 last year. The.we11 Smith: "Ha! Ha! He caught you ford, Route 6. June IS nnd 19 County and State? department of horticulture represengiving 15 ounces to he pound, dll The more properly and regularly he?" Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle-,-, tative received $1,250 for the crop of HARTFORD. (Whlto). yellow transparent apples, the animal all refuse of the household Is harmN "No, he didn't. He told Black: TIIH GREAT COST OF AUTOS Mayor J. E. Bean. .June 25 and 2G County nnd husbandry branch sold 22 pigs for lessly disposed of the better for the me I had been giving 17." Clerk J. A. Howard. Examination at Hartford.. $538.20, and the potato crop brought healthfulness and comfort of tbo m Careful estimates reveal the fact Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). $1,250.80. Other products raised on Tiome. The Best Advertisement. that the public is spending over Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County nnd Stater the farm receipts to the total given a year, or $2S0 per family, The best advertisement any merHow Dayton Err Circle Marketed Its Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT above. can have is a satisfied custo- forfor operating and riding In autochant Product. (Whlto). V. G. Her. Chm'n. Board The idea of profit Is not uppermost mer. No greater recommendation can mobiles, 87 por cent of which aro In Liberty County, Tex , the counSopt. 24 and 25 County and State Clerk N. II. Bratcher. in agricultural experiment work, but passenger cars. With the be given an article than the following Teachers' Examination at Hartford Police Judgo S. L. Fulkorson. these sales figur.es show that sclent! ty agent found the farmers' wives by E. B. Milburn, Prop., Gulon Drug and maintenance cost added In the (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. lie, farm management having very great difficulty Store, Gulon, Ark. "We have sold to tho above, automobiling will likely can overcome the handicap Imposed marketing of eggs, especially ih the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for foot up as great a sum total t& the summer, and decided that conditions by unusual expenses. years and have always found that it American public as tho operation of foffered an excellent opportunity to gives perfect satisfaction." m the railroads. improved methods. The Broodlncss in Hens Often Causes Re- introduce I nrlce was exceedingly low. Accord- duced Kcc Yield. i Broodiness in hens is a frequent Ingly he encouraged a group of farm -cause of reduced egg yields. Tho women to organize tho Dayton Egg v r, secretary-treasureffl&s& sooner that a broody hen can be Circle, with a certainly want to "broken up" the sooner sho will re who was also the business manager. FDR PPRQAMAI uvr.icup money, and you trade- They adopted a standard sume laying, say poultry specialists Dissolved In water for douches stop would like to have better bakings. I' of the United States Department of mark. Each egg was stamped wltn Vc5vX Then use Calumet It's the mation.-- Recommended by Lydia E. I biggest thing you enn Co to imthe number of the member as well Agriculture. nnKiiam iviea. o, tor ten years. prove the quality of your bakings Anions the many devices used, one ' as tho trademark and arrangements A heating wonder for nasal catarrh, and lower baking costs. sore thrcuit nnd inAv.i rrnnA.l-!.a- l which Is both effective and humane were provided on each farm for pro-I- s Has extraordinary cieanrina arul rmir.1.1 . Calumet 13 made in the largthis: Confine the hen In a small duclng infertile eggs. Each member IStruleFrea. 50c. a!l dnironi. or x.ral t I est, most sanitary Baking Powder . rtaj. The PaitonToiM Compaar. Baton. Maa. coop having a slat bottom and raised agreed to gather the eggs twice daily Factories in tha World. No BakA Safe Old Fashioned ing Powder 13 made under better follow instructions regarding the off the ground. Give her an abund-'an- d Remedy for Worms conditiona none can be better in ance of water to drink, and she may care and marketing of them. The e quality. Seventy Gvcyearscontin-uoususe Somo soclatlon had 12 members to begin fed or not, 'as desired. is the beat It contains only sucli ingrepoultrymen prefer to fast broody with and they had difficulty in getting FREY'S VERMIFUGE dients ns have been officially enweek, can offer you. liens, but whether sho Is fed or not two cases of eggs a dorsed by the U. S. Pure Food 59 Keep a bottle always on Authorities. An absolute guaran-teetbFrom July 15, 1915, to tho same appears to make llttlo difference in VJaSP" N$? hand. It will help keep Jl pure. wor it is From date In 1916, the total shipments the duration of broodiness. the little ones healthy CT 1 lL!KlPPiPKW9U.f El EI Hi and happy. EPivC three to six days confinement in the 9.S70 dozen, bringing in $2,185, 30cabottlealyourdrursiataor tho coop will which was distributed among rentllated, slatbottom general atore; or li your dealer 1 cjji'tauppljryou.acndhianame "break up" most hens, though some members. From June, 1917, to June, and 30c in atarrjpt and we'll Succeed when everything else fails. 1918, they shipped 13,830 dozen. At end you a bottle promptly. Tequire 10 to 12 days. In nervous prostration and female they had 28 members. From L4S. FREY, Bilikorr. Mi. that time weaknesse" they are the supremo tfl remedy, at thousands have testified. June. 191S, to June, 1919, they Corn Most Vnlunblo of all Slln-rftfiwEfl bringing In FOR KIDNEY.UVERAND .shipped 29,377 dozen, Crops. STOMACH TROUBLE Almost any green crop can be made SS.975.91. Since the first demon-int- o it is the best medicine ever sold r, silage successfully. Much care stratlon the county agent and over a druggisi's counter. ft must be taken to expel the lists havo not found It necessary to WILL YOU plants devote any particular amount of time air from such hollow-stemmSesTBvnsr TAKE as the "small cereal grain's by cutting to assisting this organization. It is line and packing firmly. Other crops, an excellent example of a good mar-o- f which legumes are examples, are keting demonstration. deficit in the fermentable constituents , It received highest Awards, needed for palatable silage. On the Selling PIrs and Buying Pork Xo A Treainenl exposition. Chiwonu'3 rurc ttity-cago Alton Pauk, Tnn . " Dr. Pierce's Paris Exposition, Paris, Profit for Fanner, other hand, a few crops, such as the for WEAKmedicines havo bom used a great deal France positive proof of its superThere's a profit In selling pigs and saccharine sorghums, have so much ior merit. In my family with LUNGS or but not for the farmer Bugar that unless cut at a moro ma- -, buying pork Calomel Crsosa tho very best of It is .used by more' houseCako turo stage they have a tendency to who follows this practice. Tho results. I bad a CONSUMPTION Rocipa wives and domestic scientists than lor's most profitable course is to kill. girl' that had sour silage. 3 cups pastry any other brand. flour, 3 level teachronic bronchitis own In most parts of the United States cure and can enough pork for his spoons Calumet It is,sold at a moderate price. and I never found fetline, A quick relief for that (lied, Baking Powder. moro food material can be obtained use and sell any additional amounts All you have to do is to compare V coughi, paint In chcsi.Vlcht awcati. it anything that cup butter, Uicu pa costs to determine how much you from an acre of corn ns silage than which ho can produce and for which weak lunsi or coniumptlon. If it doco granulated sugar, would give hor reYolks of 3 eggs. Jf m not help you it coati you ootblog. can save by buying Calumet lief until I began from an aero of any 'other crop that ' there Is a demand. The practice of cup cold water, civing her Doctor lock box eicv Whites of 3 eggs. 1 Gluten js the muscle building part can be grown. Corn is more easily home curing pork has suffered thru OHIO MEDICAL CO.. teaspoon orange COLUMDUS Q. i lerccB uuiuuu n l7fi J?tKW '. ' of flourwhich is of great importance. harvested and put Into the Bllo than 'neglect, but It Is now being revived, extract. Then roue Medical Diecovery ijO la Uio regular wajfc To be sure you get it in your bakcrops like rye, clover, cowpeas, or al-- 1 according to the Bureau of Animal a and it ttavu her more real help than all other mediings use plain flour alid good baking falfa, and when cut for silage the Industry and tho States Relations cines put together. I have taken powder, (not flour). maximum quantity of nutrients Is pre- - j Service These two bureaus of tho for 'Golden Medloal Discovery V-VEDepartment of Agrlcul-tha- t served. Experiments havo shown United States stomach trouble and it was excellent for this ailment; it purifies one's blood to encourage corn, when siloed, lost 15. C per turo are and seems to act upon, and build up cent of the dry matter, against 23.8 ( tho general adoption of this wholo ( one's wholo system in a good, healthy per cent when cut for fodder and cur- some usage among farmers. Home-cure- d Golden Medical Discovery ' is state. pork, scrapple, pork pudding, a splendid family medicine and I take ed In tho field. Moreover, there Is recommending less waste In feeding silage than In sausage, canned pork, headchcoso, Jileasure in 1500 Highland it." Mrs. Avenue. feeding fodder, since good silage and lard are among tho foods which Few folks or families now living have properly fed is all consumed. When tho farmer should get from his own not at sometlmo or other used Dr. J corn is cut for sllago the land Is clear-- , cellar shelves and not from tho city Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for crop sooner i market. od and loft for another the stomach, liver or blood. Over &L T twenty -- four million bottles of this than when the corn Is shocked or la Fcclrlchc all tho time. Don't lay-- ofl. tonio and blood remedy have been keeping of a reasonable numstanding stalk. Corn The husked from tho from work for days by taking calomJ sold by druggists iu this country, can be put Into the sdlo at a cost not ber of sheep on the average farm does when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x keeps yoa; on your feet, while relieving your trouL West Frankfort, Ky. "I can rechusking not necessitate the keeping of fow-e- r above that of shocking, for AND le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont ommend Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets dairy cows or other grazing stock. grinding, and shredding. most highly for they have been used tako anything else. You can't afford Colds, Coughs La Grippe by the "UnitThis fact was determined for many years past by rny own people Eliminates poisons, cleanses bv tem and relieves constipation. A nat ana by my misuana's ami later on oy Best Hind Of Kitchen Tabic Is Ono ed States Department of Agriculture Neglected Colds'are Dangerous mvself. I have never known such a ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure In its recent Investigation of sheep-raisin- g Kaslly Kept Clean. Take no chances. Keeplhls standard remedy handy for the first unease. mild and effeotivo remedy for slueeish in Its effect and certain in results. It possibilities In New England. worktablo should bo plain, Tbo liver and constipation as Dr. Pierce's won't bo long bbfpro Breaks up a cold in 24 hours win Relieves Pleasant Pellets.'' Mrs. Addik completely alsplaco calomel in ever substantial and of such material that It was found that farms where sheop Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headacho IIABKOD, No. 000 Polegrbve Street. home.t Children can take It freely anij easy to clean and keep In good are kept successfully have practicalit is Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic with perfect safety. Every bottle guarpills are These little, sugar-coate- d Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. Most kitchen tables havo ly the same number and kinds of condition. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. composed of Mayapplo, leaves of aloe, small utenslla, other live stock as other farms of a shallow drawer for without the likeness and BigtW root of jalap things that Nature grows draw like area where no sheep aro kept, v while others havo drawers, a JtJeuj Vf mill uj'V in the ground, and are sold by drug gists everywhere. boards, and bins for storing supplied. and that the acreage in crops on tho ! --L UUA-IJ, HtrJCoA. FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY V i Children Cry 00 CA6.TORIA t tn-b- lo i - ' ' Children Cry CASTORIA Stato-Teachcr- 00 road-buildi- ng well-plann- 'Every Woman Wantsj 43 Mothers . usa YOU mm"s TT Yeritui u$e FordiCMldreii -teati-rooni- al J Cii i (H as-b- at Hi no ll: 9 S3 irJSi- -f o specla-howeve- ed CALUMET BAKING POWDER ' Ask Your Neighbor! J farm-produc- e J5ir kii REMEDY MEl xv BfiSyK nt IG---HE-- OUR GERMINAL - FORGONE MONTH bemor-rhace- t wKtf3: )PW USE LI R-L AX Kill That Cold With CASCARA For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. -- P$tfr OMV teg QUININE it ax r None-genuin- e ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT -B- a'ANAMA CANAL IS paying kxii:.vsi:s world nnd brings producers and sumers Into closer touch. con- NEWPORT WOMAN SAYS IT'S GRAND Swellings of tho flesh caused by In flammation, cold, frac'ures of the bone, tootliacho, neuralgia or rheumatism can bo relieved by npplylng Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should bo well rubbed In over tho part affected. Its great healing and penetrating It In quite customary for cnthu swelling power eases the pain, reduces nnd restores natural condiBlasts on government ownership to Ignoro nltogethor tho Invested hnl. tions. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per If the Im'omo runs obov-- i expenses bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug m they f'gurc that a "prof1:' s inado; Co. v , fMrpo! that tho peoplo had tc th'iy TO KEEP TOOLS KUST-FKEput up the money originally to pay for the Hunt and that this amount re Most lubricating oils contain some presents part of tho national debt, on which Interest Is paid. Congress has acid and therefore cannot be safely to voto tho intorcst Is paid. Congress used to prevent steel tools from rustlias to voto tho In'etoht each year ing. A coating of ordinary vaseline, to pay however, Is excellent. Another good and also voto enough treatment Is to brush the tools with a tho Oiflcit, If then. It one Tho Inst year was tho only ono solution of whlto wax In benzine. The when tho Panama canal did not show benzine should bo hented on an elc n deficit, slnco It was opened for trie stove or by Immersing the vessel traffic In 1914. Tho total deficit so containing It in 'hot water It Is exfar Is about $4',000,000. At tho tremely dangerous to bring It near c, prosent rato this will bo wiped out fire. Uso halt as much by weight of in another year or two. Traffic will wnx as bcnzlno. Apply tho solution have to be multiplied about four or with a brush. flvo times boforo tho Investment can bo said to bo paying on a strictly buThere Is mora Catarrh In this section diseases than siness basis. Hut it has paid from ot tho countryand for all other was sup- years It put together, the start as nn Improvement which Jiosed to bo incurable. Doctors prescribed remedies, and by constantly falling links up tho different parts of tho to euro with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., TolJo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Elood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. One Hundred Dollars reward la offered for any case that Hall's"" Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. I J. CUBNnr & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggist!). 75c. Hall's Family Pilb for constipation. In August nil records for traffic on tho I'nnamn were broken, whfcn n total of 300 ships passed thru nnd tho tolls totaled $930,000, an nverago of over $3000 each. During tho last thrco years an avorago of nbout 2000 ships n'yenr hnvo uteri tho canal, nnd the number is steadily Increasing. All ships, American ns well ns foreign, have to pay tolls. Tho Panama canal was not conventure structed ns a inonoy-innkln- g Tho prlinnry object was to glvo a short passago betweon tho Atlantic and Pacific and get rid of tho long nnd dangorous routo "around the IJorn." Undo Sam's purposo nlso was to Incrcnso tho effectiveness of his navy by providing a short cut between tho two oceans on which his domain fronts. Hut It would bo a satisfaction of course If tho canal could also bo niado to pay' for Itself. It cost tho peoplo of the United States about $400,000,-00- 0 and the Interest on this would bo, say, $20,000,000, n year. In the past fiscal year tho canal had a total Income of about $8,000,000 nnd this loft a surplus nbovo oporatlng expenses of about $2,000,000. This 13 the first time tho ditch has shown a surplus. Tho newspapers publishing articles declaring that 'tho Panama canal Is now on a paying basis etc. As a riiatter of fact, It Is not on a paying basis, for there Is tho Interest on tho investment that has to lie considered. Cliiimbct'lnlii's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Itemed- - In MlclJgnii. Mrs. A. It. Hall, Casovlllo, Mich , tays, "I wish to thank you for your grand good medicine, Chamberlain's Colic and DIarrohoea Remedy. Wo nro nover without It In tho houso, nnd I nm suro It saved our baby's life this summer." Mrs. Mary Cnrrlngton, Casovlllo Mich., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Colic and Dlnrrhooi Remedy Before Taking Tanlac She Had To Spend Half Her Time In Bed Gains 22 Pounds. m I An Addition to Our Line LBKm JERK "Although It has been four years for years nnd It has always given now since Tanlac restored my health in I am still XssiKbUSc BrHfHt? Iff (B&ljtfjMu llli JJB-- d Ir&fcsfl n '' rff XVVfcfy prompt rollof." UAKKMTi: feeling flno,' said Mrs, Jennie Williams, 141 Fourteenth and PKOI'tiLLER, STRONG In attempting to land at an aviation field near Washington a short tlmo ago an airplane equipped with a Mlcarta propeller mado of bakcllto a material somewhat similar tn celluloid but almost Indestructible nosed over. Tho propeller churned around soveral times In tho mud nnd nt length righted the machine. Evcry-on- o expected to find It broken or at least rendered unfit for further ser vice as such a strain would havo brok en a wooden propeller Into splinters. Tho bakollte, however, was riot injured at all. :; B -- ' liipqgBiifi iJrliwHsin&t' Ink Central Avo., Newport, Ky., recently. "Yes, sir, It not only restored my lost health, but I gained twelvo pounds by taking It," said Mrs. Williams. "I had boon suffering from stomach trouble for nt least four years beforo I began taking Tanlac. My appetito was vory poor and I got to whero I suffered so much after meals I just dreaded to eat and often went as much as two or three days without eating a thing. I would bloat up badly with gas that prbsscd against my heart until it palpitated dreadfully and I could hardly get my breath. Then, too, my food felt heavy and caused Intense pains in tho pit of my stomach. At last, I was put on a milk diet, but In spitq ot this and the fact that I tried all kinds of treatments and medicines, I continued to grow worse. My nerves wero so badly upset I could never get a good night's sleep and always felt tired and worn out In the mornings. I nlso lost constderablo weight, finally getting so weak I could not do my housework, spending about half of my tlmo in bed. "By the time I had taken halt a bottle of Tanlac I noticed I was getting better and by tho tlmo I had finished my fourth bottle I was feeling I ns good as I ever did In my lite. havo a splendid appetite, can eat just anything 1 want and everything agrees with mo perfectly. My nerves nre in such fine shape I can sleep like a child all night long. In fact, I just feel llko a new woman, and can do my housework with as much ease as ever. From that day to this I have never had tho slightest touch ot my old troubles and have enjoyed tho best ot health. At the time I began taking Tanlac my sister and cousin also started on It, and It did them a worl dot good." Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean, In Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Drug Co., In Rockport by James Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr., r.nd in McIIonry, by S. J. Tlchenor. Advertisement. MARS AGAIN SIGNALING? According to Camilc Flammarlon. the French astronomer Mars Is still attempting to signal tho earth by means ot tolophotography. For tho third time since 1879 a white spot has appeared on the Martian equatorial plateau. This, according to Flammarlon, cannot bo accounted for except as a systematic effort at communication, as It is summer time in that 'hemisphere and no snow could possibly bo visible WATERLOO BOY ' The Original Kerosene Tractor In offering to you the Waterloo Boy, the Original Kerosene Burning Tractor, we believe we have selected the most practical, economical and dependable farm tractor on the market. Points of Merit on WhichTOur Judgment Is Based: PAST PERFORMANCE .. The Waterloo Boy has been a success on farms for five years. In no way is it an experiment. ECONOMICAL .. It is a three plow tractor" most economical and practical size to use-b- urns kerosene perfectly without destroying lubricating oil. Its special, patented inbuilt manifold converts every drop of kerosene into pur6 gas cylinders are. not carbonized spark plugs are not fouled. The perfect burning of kerosene saves the owner of the Waterloo Boy many dollars every year in cost of fuel and care of motor. POWERFUL .. The two cylinders, with big bore and long stroke, furnish a guaranteed power of 12 H. P. at the draw bar and 25 H. P. at the belt, with ample reserve for emergencies. The Waterloo Boy pulls three plows under almost any field condition. Hyatt roller bearings at all important bearing points conserve full power. Weight of the tractor is sufficient to insure good traction for drive wheels. I m SIMPLE .. Every part is easy to get at and easy, to adjust or repair. It doesn't require a tractor expert to keep the Waterloo Boy in good working order. The crank case cover, the inspection plate; the upper half of gear case can all be removed for the purpose of inspection or repair the operator can work from a standing position. DURABLE .. Its d steel cut gears: its force and sight feed oiling system; its 11 sets of Hyatt Roller bearings at all important bearing points and its simple, powerful motor combined with uniformly high grade construction throughout, result in a tractor that has given and will give many years of dependable and economical service. FOR ALL FARM! WORK ., You can depend upon the Waterloo Boy in all farm power work; up to its high rated capacity. It, is just as satisfactory in operating belt machines threshers, shelters, ensilage cutters, hay balers, etc. as it is in pulling tractor implements of all kinds. heat-treatetwo-cylind- er We Want You to See the Waterloo Boy Come In && the Next Time You Are in Town FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Manager i1--... V, FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. wn- r- e QUICK OCEAN TRIP Tho Aquitanla of tho .Cunard lino ljur fmmifttE & .4 fc a fiof'if frf oin Thlfisihelook m. i I recently mado tho trip from Now York to Cherbourg, Franco, In flvo ' days, 17 & hours. Thfs is next to the best record between theso two You'll see in "Edison cabinets all genuine period cabinets all Edison Cabinets. You'll be fascinated! Think of it I You can choose your cabinet on basis of price, or size, or taste and yet be sure that whatever you select, you'll have a genuine piece of period furniture. By' all means, read "Edison and Music." S?e what wonderful music-and-furnitu- re quisite phonograph and Music" 17 ex- LJ K. possibilities it unfolds. l HARNES & BRO., Reaver Dam, Ky. flvo days and 16 hours countries When you havo an achy, stretchy which was mado In 1000 by tho Gor- foellng nnd you are dull, tired and man stoamer Kaiser Wilhelm der dlscouragedilt Is a sign of approach Grosso. ing malaria or chills. You should t act" quickly to ward off an attack. Just Wh:it Slio Needed. Herblno offers you the he4p you need. It destroys tho malarial germ, drives "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's out all Impurities, and makes you Tablets some tlmo ago and they prov- feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. ed to bo Jus.t what I needed," writes Sold by Ohio County Price 60c. Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chlllciotho, Mo. Drug Co. m mo ot indi"Thoy not only . L gestion but toned up my llvor and rid OBEYING THE LA.W. mo of backacho and dizziness that I had boon subject to for some tlmo. When Roosevelt was president and Thoy did mo a world of good and I ho was arrested for auto speeding, tho will always speak a good word for Pathfinder declared in tho most emni phatic terms that he was .retting a them." bad example, in refusing to pay the WEEDS IN ORCHARDS. respect for tho law which oidlnary peoplo are required to show. When Somo horticultural experts are ad Taft was president nnd ho pardoned vocating tho growing of weeds In or dorse, tho banker, who had miaappro-priate- d chards, arguing that satisfactory othor people's money, we "cover crops" may thus bo obtained condemned him In our strongest lanwithout effort since weeds grow guage. And now when Gov. Cox Is spontaneously under conditions which stopped by tho guardians ot tho peace cultivated plants could not survlvo. because Ills auto Is speeding, and then Woods, thoy say, return to tho soil evades tho consequences and claims tho humus essential to the growth an Immunity which tho ordinary citiand frultfulnes3 of tho trees without zen does not enjoy, we 3ay again that robbing them of moisture or other ho Is doing wrong. Not only is bo eloments that can ill bo spared. sotting an oxaraple ot lawlessness and defiance of public authorltv but wa believe ho Is practicing poor politic as well. Tb.9 people generally nre so familiar with th dangerous practico i Vt uuojput emu vuuuicu ot auto speeding that they are touchy Years on the subject and It Is tactless, to In For say the loast, tor any official, and esAlways bears the pecially any candidate for offlco, to Signature of brave public opinion In such a matter. It may be that the Republicans "Why quit our own to stand upon sot a "trap" for Gov. Cox and thai foreign ground? Why, by Interweav- he knew about It In advanco, as re ing our destiny with thatof any part ported, but, even so. It would haye ot Europe, entangle our peace and been more politic for him to have prosperity In the tolls ot European conducted himself lnbuch a way thut ambition, rivalry, Interest, humor and his course was not open to cntlclsni The statement ot Gov Cox's manager, caprice?" George Washington. , that thoy could not havo been exceeding the speed limit because they "averaged only 23 miles an hour" on the trip is in Itself an effront to common Everyj peuson ot orIntelligence1. dinary sense knows that an auto may run at nn average speed of only 23 miles on a trip and still run at excessive speeds for part ot tho way; the average" has nothing to do with the speed at any particular point. Presumably Senator Harding sometimes exceeds the spoed limit; everyone who ever rides in an auto does this. If he should be halted for speeding and then refused to obey the officers of tho law, wo should condemn him In tho same way. There has been a growing tendency among officials, high and low, In tho last few yoars, to Ignore the laws which are made for all. It Is a very bad tendoncy nnd It will have to be curbed with a firm hand. We predict that the people will not stand it, and the for offlco officials and aspirants should take notice. Pathfinder. HErtBINE Is the medicine that cures biliousness, malaria and consti pation. The first dose makes you feel better, a few additional doses cures completely. Price 60c. Sold m by Ohio County Drug Co. A HEAL the indlsolublo union at the two great republics which fought and conquered together for the same Ideal," as tha president of the municipal council put it in a cablegram to the Lafayette committee in Philadelphia. pearing before the committee I am entitled to the privilege of giving tho facts to tho voters at such time and in tho manner I SEE FIT." Chairman Hays said, when informed of tho senatorial investigation: "Splendid, that Is exactly what wc Tho people will draw their own deslro. Wa welcome fullest publicity conclusions eft Governor Cox's talk now and lator and as often as possiabout campaign funds. Pressed to ble." go beforo tire (senatorial investigating Quite a difference in the Republican and Democratic attitude toward Governor Cox said: "I do not see 'tho need of my ap publicity, Isn't there? HHMHHaHHBl Children Cry for Fletcher's She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his - per-2y- 2- PISH STOHV. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good Bonal supervision Bince its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. Because tho trout ho caught were not loug enough to make their catoh legal, Rev. B. W. Wild was arrested while fishing In a brook at Vernon. Vt. Out ot 27 trout In his basket tho shorltf found none that were the necessary length and when brought beforo tho court the clerical angler received a tine 9! $35 and costs. CAUEGIE'8 GIFTS. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It h pleasant Ii contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic-- substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, , Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. arising-therefrom- What is CASTORIA CASTOR us TA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears 'the Signature of ALWAYS Ovr 30 Z&?Mzk Statements filed In Pennsylvania show that Andrew Carnegio, who died a year ago, left an estate worth only $31,350,000 and that during his lifetime he gave away $330,000,000. PAULS FIA'8 U. S. FLAG. 2&0M&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Hav Always Bought Lafayette's birthday and tho anniversary ot the Marne victory wero celebrated Sept. 6, Labor day. The stars and stripes were flown that dav on the cltv hall of Pnrls hftalilo ot Frarce, "symbolizing the trl-col- beginning nt the corner of the lands BEADS ODDLY STRUNG of Quel Wllkorson and C. H. Murphy; thenco S. orer the lands of said (By I, D. Clalro.) FORCED TO RESIGN Murpliy, about 400 yards to the lnd "Editor" Reno that Is my of Uucknor Maiden; thenco In same Job Forcmnn and myself, are direction over the lands of Buckner forming nn organization to bo known about 50 yards to Resignation Mndonroad near the dwellinglntorsect as Tho National Grand nnd Earnest Health Bad house Protestors against tho enforcement of said of said Mnden. Read To Senate And tho Volstead act. We took Ton Also to establish a new public road, Stovons in ns a charter member, nnd Deputies. beginning nt tho Leach School house have Goodmnn's application on file. and Horse Branch public road, at or Membership fco oho dollar, Sendnp-pllcatlo- n about COO yards west of the Leach to Clalro and Reno, Central Pads, Sept. 21. Tho resignation school house; thenco Northwest over Paul Deschanel ns president of the lands of Granville Kelly, about City, Ky. of Prance, which ho handed to Premlo-Wlllora- BOO yards to the lands of Sain, and A lot of folks troubled with rheuat Itamboullott last week, Mattle Crowe; thenco In same dimatism run off to Martinsville, Ind., was read simultaneously In tho Sen-n- to rection over the lands of said Sam and pay a heap of money to take the and Chamber of Deputies when and Mattio Crowe, about 300 yards mud baths, nnd here I nm taking those- bodies reconvened today. to tho lands of Bort Arnold; thenco them In Central City for nothing. Hut "My stato of health," wroto M. DesIn same direction over tho lands of Hartfordlans enjoy a llko luxury. chanel In his letter, "no longer persaid Bert Arnold about 300 yards to mits me to asumo tho high functions tho lands of Reedy and Aloda FerAbsentmlndedncss is fixing one's which your confidence Invested in me guson; thence in stune direction over attention on one thing so Intently that upon the occasion of the session of tho lands of said Reedy and Aloda he 13 oblivious to everything else. I tho session of tho National Assembly Ferguson, about 400 yards to the am mortally afflicted with It. I ofon Jan. 17 last. lands of William and Maggie Under- ten walk blocks past my homcsbeforo "Tho absolute obligation Imposed bill; thenco In same direction over IdIscovor I have passed it. Rode a upon mo to tako a completo rest tho lands of said Willlnm and Magglo makes it my. duty to no longer delay Underhill, about 400 yards to the dozen blocks by tho side of my wife on a street car recently before I no announcing to you tho decision I lands of George Oiler, Intersecting ticed who it was, and do many other been compelled to reach. It is inhave now road established on tho 4th things as foolish, but I capped the finitely painful, and it is with pro tho day of June, 1920, by judgment of climax tho other day. I hnd occasion that I renounce found heart-panthe Ohio County Court In the action tho noblo post of which you deemed of C. W. Arnold, et al., motion for to buy two thousand postal cards and when the girl at the window passed wortny.'' mo new road, at the foot of tho hill them to me I asked in perfect seriousRevision of the French constituSoutheast of said Oiler's dwelling ness what they were worth; and I tion, which will givo greater stability house.". J 5 kept a post office for seven years, too. to the government and enlarge tho Said changes In said publ'". road electoral college, which chooses the to oe 30 feet in width. Also said Everybody should leavo his home president of tho republic, will be atproposed now road to be 30 feet In town and stay a year or two Just to tempted by Premier Millorand when width. These proposed changes and realize how much ho really loves his ho takes office as president, accordof the proposed neighbors when ho meets them again. ing to newspapers here. He would tho establishment section of new road contemplating After an absence" of fifteen months I have the electoral college include not your petitioners will ask the blew into Hartford Friday night and only tho two bouses of Parliament, and portion of remained over Saturday for the fair. delegates from locally elected bo- court to discontinue that but said public road established by order And after the experience, feel sorry dies and from great corporations. of said court on June 4, 1920. from for the fellow who has never stayed M. Mlllcrand also believes that the witn the away from horn long enough to be president should bo less of a figure tho point where It intersects Arnold and White Run public road really glad to get back. But, If head than has been the rule In tho to the events have built a barrier against past and that that official should onCharlle Brareher's lands d lands of George Oiler, where the one's permanent return, a visit will play a role of confident and cordial proposed herein Intersects said awaken memories of melancholy sadcollaboration with the government in ness. Recollectolns of pleasures that office. In other words, his idea would road. W. S. GAINS Road Engineer, can never be repeated aro not plea-ahe that the president should bo like C. S. MOXLEV, Co. Surveyor ones. tho head of a stock company, in which ABIJAH ARNOLD, would tako the part of tho ministers 13t g JAMES YOUNG. Have you heard that directors and the premier thQ managmusic, Karavan, played on an Edison? ing director. He is convinced, it is DENTAL NOTICE. ' If you have not you have missed hearnald, that this plan would assure ing something akin to the music great continuity and cohesion in the Now Is the time to have your Den-- sung by the fabled Invisible choir. I executive, branch of the government. work attended to. Winter Is com- know little of music; so llttlo Indeed, ing with rain and snow which makes that I rarely glvo it attention, but TAXES! TAXES ARE DUE! old teeth ache and abscess. Abscess-- " Karavan Is wholly unlike any I over Your 1920 tax bill has been placed ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" are danger- heard before. It Is too strangely with us for collection. Pleaso call at ous. Y'ou are continually swallowing wonderful to compare with any othfl' Each Edison record, and I have wonderod tho office and get your's. this deadly poisoned pus. S. A. DRATCHER, nouthful of food carries this infection If Wiedoeft, the composer, some quiet Sheriff Ohio County. Into the stomach. It Lowers vitali- hoar in the night climbed nolslessly ty which invites cancer of the up the golden stairs and leaned over NOTICE OF MOTION FOR CHANGE mouth, throat and stomach, Diph- tho Jasper wall and, listening, caught JX THE PUBLIC ROAD AND Pneumonia, the heavenly air while the seraphs theria, Tuberculosis, THE ESTABLISHMENT OF Influenza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, sang before the eternal altar of the i A NEW ROAD. theumatlsm, Anoemla and even death King of Kings. frequently results from continually r "Notice is hereby given that Abl-ja- h swallowing pus. I suppose it is characteristic of age Arnold, James Young a"nd othA mouth containing decayed teeth to grow reminiscent. I have recenters, will (lie their amended peti- s a poisonous laboratory, which sends ly felt a longing; to attend an Mothodtst revival. One tion in the Ohio County Court, on a host of bacteria Into the elementary Monday, October 4, 1920, In tho ac- tract. They multiply rapidly thus at which the old men lead and the tion of C. W. Arnold, et al., motion gain access to the lymphatic system young folks aslst In singing those old long meter songs, "Amazing Grace," for new road, being the first Mon- and are carried to the distant-organday in October, 1920, and tho date Solt spongy and bleeding gums give "How Firm a Foundation" and "O Land of Rest for thee I Sigh." I on which tho regular term of tho warning of approacningaDscessea. should like to hear the earnest old Ohio County Court is held in said Lady Attendent. county, praying said court for an orbrothers say "Amen," and hear thv Yours respectfully, good old sisters shout in the der and judgment changing the pubCHARLES R. LAYTON, DR. way, a.s they did forty years lic road in Ohio county as hereinaBank Bldg. Rockport, Ky ago. But the world is sacrificing tho fter set out, and for tho establishopens 8:30 a. m., closes Of Ice riches of feeling to the demands of ment of a now road according to the p. m., promptly. form, and the joys of the age-o-ld . metes and bounds hereinafter statcamp meeting exist only in the memed. BEFORE AND AFTER ory of the paslng generation. "Will respectfully ask tho court to change the Arnold and White Run Many a young coupleagreo to mar-t- y, 50 about I am not disposed to quarrel with public road, beginning and that s the last trmig that they the wLie;i about the character of yards South from the public road agrso upon. Yonker's Statesman. their dress, or even the scantiness of bridge across Canoy Creok, about one it, except the etornal rediculousncss half mllo South of White Run; thenco CHIROPRACTIC! of their style of hats. In most InSouth around the foot of tho hill, stances the woman's hat is neither uhout 50 yards over the lands of Chiropractic spinal adjustment will comfortable, sensible or artistic The Charlie Tlralcher to th lands of remove the cause of your disease. sailor offers the only model that 13uel Wllkerson; thenco South and S. BEAN DR. combines theso qualities. Tho sailor Southwest over tho lands of said Chiropractor. is susceptible of modification) and vaWllkerson around tho foot of tho hill HARTFORD, ICY. riations, nnd the really sensible dressto Intersect with said road at tho 12 to 2 P. M. er conforms to that model. foot of the hill on tho opposite sldo W .F. Acton's Residence thereof. . , Monday, "Wednesday nnd Friday. FOR SALE. Also anothor chango In said road, FRENCH PRESIDENT m offl-ole- nt nd - The New Year with an array of value-givin- g merchandise that will speak in the highest terms of our buying organization. The merchandise that will predominate in this store will be those grades that will give you your money's worth in service. Your buying tendencies should always be toward merchandise of good style but with the service j element . gs predominating. new-roa- Lowest priced merchandise is usually the highest priced from a service standpoint. Extravigantly high priced merchandisers frequently devoid of the service ele- ment in proportion to the price. The merchandise of this store in every department; the service, style and price are combined so completely that they will win the approval of both the practical as Well as the seekers of style. tYou can always figure on the best merchandise your money will buy here. WITH SUITS, DRESSES, FURS, COATS, WAISTS AND SKIRTS Of the Season's latest models in all the best fabrics and colors, at a wide range of prices; and we are anxious to show you our new -- nt heart-movin- al i ed - -- . JrfoAi,, only. Our shoes at the price are real shoe values. Shoes for the whole family in all sizes. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT piece goods for every purpose in grades. Prices that mean economy to the purchaser. A more complete line .of piece gods is seldom seen. possibility. With a wonderful variety of OUR MILLINERY DEPARTthe milliners art. Styles are in an unusual variety and very striking in appearance. Shapes and trimmings to suit any taste, and we are ready right now to show you. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Can fully meet our shoe needs for any occasion. We feature shoes of strictly reliable manufacturers MENT As usual is a glowing tribute to J. Silks and trimmings that make beautiful wearing apparel an easy '; The Standard Paint and 1 Lead Works J V. Durock sows with pigs. Will sell stock cheap. CLAUD KING, Hartford. 5 full-stoc- k MERCHANDISE YOU ARE COMPELLED TO HAVE Also 2 horses and one mulo. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Bishop Coal Co., a partnership, will take ov er on tho first day of September, 1920 the business, assets and good will of tho Bishop Coal Company, incorporated, and will continue tho business tho sanio as heretofore In all respects under tho firm name of Bishop Coal Co. The best merchandise at the 5 you want to buv- TO &xTCSr KNOW THAT YOU ARE GETTING THAT you must look thru our showings in every department. - CLEVELAND, O. " 'p IF" F- You are under no obligation to buy because you look. A complete line of House Paint, Bam Paint, Roof .ramiS, rioui ruiu, vcuiuauca, uiuiigic ouuu, jua, Etc. Goodyear Liquid Cement, guaranteed TEN YEARS. Eveiy gallon guaranteed. - Sold direct to consumer. Write or call, C. D. THAXTON, - Sales Manager H1I1IIIIIU U. Notice is hereby given that tho Bishop Coal Company, a corporation, will bo dissolved by consent of the s owners of moro than of the capital stock Issued by said corporation, on the 1st day of September, 1920, and Oscar Bishop is directed to settle up tho affairs and business of said corporation, Immediately. i! This August 24th, 1920. 11U OSCAR BISHOP, Pres. O. M. BISHOP, Sec'y. '' two-third- E. P. BARNES & BR0. i Beaver Dam, Ky. i .u fc .mMw