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The Hartford republican: October 1, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920100101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 1, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing "VOL. XXXIII NOTABLE SPEAKERS TG VISIT KENTUCKY Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Year. 1, 1920. ' . HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER hero. A NUMBER CIRCUIT COURT WILL 14 Harding To Speak in State; Roosevelt And Morrow At Hartford A host of Republican notables will ntldrcss tho voters ot Kentucky during tho next fow weeks. Thoodoro Roosovolt, Jr., "fighting Toddy", arrives In Kontucky Sunday night, October 3, and will make n ,i swing across tho Commonwealth, cov- " crlng a number of counties. Tho Colonel is scheduled to speak sovcrnl days In tho mountain counties. Ht Is loved by tho mountain fplk almost as much as wns hit) noted father, and many demands have been made for him since the campaign opened. Tho Colonel will be accompanied on his tilp by Governor Morrow and a promlnont woman speaker. The state speakers' buroau Is busy toda? arranging his Itinerary, which takes them to Hartford Monday, Sept. 4, where they aro to speak at ono o'clock. Senators Dorah and Doverldgo nre among many other notables who will speak to tho voters of Kentucky during tho next month, according to announcement 'by tho bureau. Much Interest attaches at present to Senator Harding's swing Into the utato. Elaborato preparations aro being 'mado hero for his Louisville speech, scheduled for October 14, which Is to follow tho address at Ashland on September 29, next Wednesday Tho Louisville address will bo dollvored at th Goypsy Smith Tabernacle. Chcsley II. Searcy stato chair man, announced today that a leading woman will preside at tho meeting. nessed tho landing ot tho monster bag of gas. It was a great treat for tho young folks and 'some of tho old er ones, who had not Been ono. As soon as tho big basket touched the ground tho crowd began firing questions Into the officers In ohargo so fast forty men could not have ans wered them. As thoy said th'ey had only fifteen minutes to stay It looked like every ono wanted to ask them something and the fifteen minut03 woro soon gono and so was tho balloon, without much Information being given. Bomo ot us got well paid tor our run to see them land, when wo had to put tho soveral pounds of express on our backs and carry it thru Mr. Smith's sweet potato patch and almost a milo to tho express office There were two more balloons sighted a few milps east ot hero. There will bo another National balloon raco start from Birmingham, Octobor 23rd. Let us hope thoy will drift our way and treat us with another landing, but keep their express in tho big baskot or land a littlo ncar-- , iv, oppress office, and I bet Mr. Smith will say thanks if they don't land in his sweet potato patch again. SAM MILLER. ' return and at onco entered school The Bottom Drops Out : I farmer of near Grand Rivers, for - 1 y 11 whom the Sheffield lad had worked some three or four weeks last spring, received tt letter from the boy requesting that ho forward to him a pair of legglns that he had left on leaving tho farmer's home, and It so happened that ho had noticed tho boy's picture and tho advertisement In a Kansas City paper, whom he readily recognized as being the boy ,V ho had worked for him. He at once sent tho letter received from tho lad and also wrote Mr. Sheffield fully explaining, wlfich mado tho location nn easy matter. m LIKELY ADJOURN TODAY Much business Disposed During Term Just Closing. Of a CHARGES ;U J MRS. .ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell died at tho home of her son, Walter B. Campbell, Tuesday afternoon, of bronchial pneumonia, although she had been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Campbell was near 67 years of age, daughter of Isaac and Rebecca Shown End the widow of C. R. Campbell, who died several years ago. Funeral services wore conducted from the home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial took place at Oak-wood. CITV BAKERY INSTALLS DOUGH MIXING MACHINE The City Bakery, owned and operated by W. C. Sclilemmer, has Inte ' machine for stalled an yrT,DE ft . "r t r TT mixing and working dough. It is ri li nun power driven and capablo of mixing about ICO to 200 pounds of flour at METHODIST PASTOR EXAMINATION FOR JUDGE HASWELL IN ono time. It Is 'of highly enameled RURAL CARRD3RS ASSIGNMENTS MADE . GOOD SPEECH HERE stcol and ns thoroughly sanitary as conpossible to produce. It Tho Civil Service Comratsdou has Judge John P. Haswell Jr., of structed that a moulder may bo at- Conference Adjourned Sunday, Muny announced examinations to be held Changes Made Rev. Prosier Republican Nominee for tached and altogether a groat labqr-savln- g Congress from this district, spoke to at Beaver Dun. and Hartford, Ovt. 23, Succeeds Smith Hero device. poa. fair sized audience at tho Court 1920,' for Rural carrier to fill the Bill believes in progress and says Tho Louisville Conference of the liouso 'Monday. Judge Haswell used sition at Cromwell, and vacancies a that his customers aro entilUd to the that may occur In Ohio County. The LOUISVILLE MARKETS. best, besides, the moro 'dough ho M. E. Church S., held in RussellvlHe, the major portion of his time In dis- examinations are open to bota men completed Its business and adjourned cussing the League ot Nations. lie mixes tho more dough he gets. and women, if qualified, but women Cattle Fairly' good call for the Sunday. A number of changes In took the position that the league was t, pastors wero made. Rev. E. W. in no sense a partisan, pr at least who are not the widows u J. S. strictly good .quality feeders ana. MRS. MLRPHREE .ENTERTAINS Women Act he. IN HONOR Or MRS. T. HARDY Smith was transferred to Pembroke, should nf t be a partisan question. He soldierd, sailors, or marines or wives tockers at prevailing rates. Medluno. a Women's activities in Kentucky. whilo Rev. T. T. Frazer, of Camp told how .22 Democratic Senators liad of disabled soldiers, sailors or ma- and plainer ktnd3 badly negloct.id. undor tho direction of Mrs. John W. Mrs. M. H. Murphreo entertained Knox, or, Stithton, succeeds to tho voted for reservations, how the Demo rines will not be considered for ap- Hard to get a bid on medium nud "Langley, chnlrman ot tho Stato Wopointment. For forms and details ap steers from 850 to 1.000 with a fluo hundred party at tho work on tho Hartford Circuit. Rev cratic State of Georgia, in a way.. men's Bureau, aro woll under ply at cither of the offices mentioned. pounds and many lots In raco for the Democratic first hand3. Mrs. Goorgo W. Johnson, of George- homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. K. May was retained as PresidQuotations: Prime heavy- - steers town, has been appointed by Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, in nonor of Mrs. ing Elder, In charge of tho Owcns- - nomination for U. S. Senator, with to only one OWENSBORO SUFFERS $1214; heavy shipping steers $1JL , $ Langley ns her oxecutivo socro'.nry Thoo Hardy, of Vicksburg, Miss., last boro district. Assignments in said two strong HEAVY FIRE DAMAGE 12; medium steers $1011; light-out and out for lt, had given the and personal assistant. Mrs A. M. Friday ovoning. Hbuso decorations district were as follows: steors $S.5010; fat heifers $610 Presiding elder, L. K. May; Pern- - coveted nomination to Watson, tho Gilliam, of Louisvillo, also will bo an wero pink roses and forns. Ices and Owensboro, Ky., Sept. 20. Fire of fat cowh $7 10; medium cows $5.50 asfl-tasalads w.oro served. Tho30 present broke, E. W. Smith; Beaver Dam, W. most bitter and uncompromising' opin tho department. MM. Theo Hardy, Mr. and s. Buckuer; Calhoun, M. M. Murroll; ponent of the League, thereby indi- - unknown origin which started in Sal7; cutters $4 5.50; cannors"$3.50 One of the big foatures of tho wo- were: inger's department store early this 34; bulls $5Q7; feeders ?710r s, Mrs. John P. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. A. Oantertown, F. A. Sanders, Jr. preach eating that approximately spacious men's work wI!N)0-thoxclusifcly for womon, to bo D. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter. er to be supplied; Central City Sta- of theGaorgla Democrats were morning spread to other stores and stockers $5g9; choice milch, cows opened next Monday in tho Almo Mr. and Mrs. L. T Riley, Misses Win tion, W. A. Grand; Cloverport, J. R, against lty- Then too, he stressed the caused a loss of about $150,000, part- $8095; medium $6080; common Salinger's $40C0. nie Simmcrman, Mary Laura Pendle- Randolph; Drakesboro, C. C. Jones, fact that Main had "just given moro ly qoVored by, insurance. Tkeator Building hero. Those H. S. Gillette; than 66.XI00 majority against tho store suffered tho heaviest loss. It Dundee, Calves Market actjve at steady-- ' will bo In chargo ot MUs ton, Mary Marks, Martha Stovenson; supply; Hattic Hoffman, head of uonwn'j Messrs. McDowell Fogle, Park Tay Fordsvllle, Felix J. Sanders; Groon-vlll- o Lcnguo in an election held there may reach $75,000, but the buildingi price3. Best veals $14.5015; mo-dl- 1 lor, Gooddell Wootcn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Station, W. C. Frafik; Green- These two special Instances wherelu and stock of Gipes shoe store. Da to good $9 13; colnmon ?4 activities for the Fifth District of adoption An oxamplo of tho way in which Rowan Holbrook and Mr. and Mrs ville circuit, W. E. BurdOtto; Hart- tho question of the man's millinery store, the Bryan shoe 5 . fi 0 . Mean trade on common rough. ford, T. T. Tfasier; Hawesvlllo, H. O. League was tho chief, in fact the only storo and Hardwlc's Jewelry store Calves at low rates. tho womon are rallying to tlfrf Repub M. H. Murphroo. Hogs Prices declined 50c on all Napier; Lewisburg, Elmor Ashby; roal assue, ho argued with tolling ef- wero also damaged by the flumes'lind lican, causo Is found in the report of MRS. DQROTHY ItARKASS Lowlsport, F. E. Lowis; LIvermore, E. fect, showed that both Democrats and water. Extraordinary efforts of tho weights, with the heavy and medium, tho county chairman of Rockc.stli S. Moore; Maceo, R. II. Hlggins, sup- Republican" were undoubtedly firemen prevented tho destruction of hogs at the same price. Best hogs. County, received at headquarters toMrs. Dorothy Barrass, widow of ply; Owensboro, Breckonridge street, against adoption of Wilson's League tho entire block. 165 pounds up $16.50; 120 to 165 day, showing that a Republican vi Barrass, died at tho homo C. F, Hartford; Owensboro circuit, in Its present form, notwithstanding pounds $16; pigs 90 to 120 pounds-$11.75- ; in nr. election officer has accopled ap- Nicholas LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE 90 pounds down vl0.25; pointment In every precinct fn that of her daughter, Mrs. J. Harve Wil- E. R. Bennett; Owensboro Seattle the fact that both Wilson and Cox liams, In Beaver Dam, Sunday even- Memorial, Carl C. Gregory; OWens- - Wore undertaking to make it a parti- ' county. throwouts $11.50 down. ing nt,G:30 o'clock, after a long ill- boro Third street, E C. Lmpton; O.w- - anissue. War expenditures also came Notice is hereby given that the Sheep and Lambs Trade generalness of stomach, trouble. Tho re- ensboro Wqodlawn, W. O. RIckard; In for discussion. He showed how tho Kontucky Light and power Company, ly unchanged. Best lambs $13 d6wn .BAPTIST MISSION BOARD IN SESSION mains woro interred at tlio Heaver Rochester," J. A. Wallace; Stanley, S. United States had Bpent thirty bil- Incorporated, is not able to operate to $10 for lighter top3; seconds $7 Dam Baptist Comotery Monday L. C. Coward; Sacramento, Ed Bog- - lions ot dollars in the 19 months she under the burden of high taxes and 8; culls best fat sheop $C at 4 o'clock. gess; South Carrollton, J. W. Crowe, was in war, while England spent many high prices and that on the 31st day down, bucks $4 down Tho Ohio County Baptist Mission Mrs. Barrass would havo been 70 supply; Stophonsport, C. B. Gentry millions loss and was. In war two and of Decembor, 1920, It.wlll discontinue Local produce dealers quote buyingr, Board held Its regular session at the one-)iatimes longor and had sqmo furnishing both light and water, and prices as follows net to shipper tho local Baptist church Tuesday, with a years of ngo Nov. 7111. She was born in County Durham, England, married REV K. WATT SMITH goodly number of tho officials in three million more men under arms will dismantle Its plant, and the cor- shipper paying freight and drayugo-chargesy in early life to Nicholas Barrass, .who GOES TO PEMBROKE than did America. Altogether it wan poration will be dissolved. Those present woro:. M. L. HEAVRIN, President,' EGGS n splendid argument, clearly setting Revs. R. L. Brandenburg, Fords-vlll- prcodod 'her in death some years ago. Candled 54c dozen. Rov. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. Watt Smith, for the past forth the things ho stood for and BUTTER Country 34 35c lb. Z. Ferrcll and R. E. Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Barrass immigrated to E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. POULTRY Hens 26 27c lb.; aicllenry; Birch Shields, Cromwell; this country about 50 years ago, set year, pastor In chargo of tho Hartford against. Judge Haswell will com13tf spring chickens, small 30 32c lb.; .Alfred Mauzy. Fhllpot; Albert Mad-do- tling at Zanesvllle, Ohio, where they Circuit, M. E. Church B.', composed ot plete a tour of tho County Saturday September 25, 1920. old roosters 12 14c lb.; young dux, Beaver Dam; Oscar Allen, Con- - resided four or flvo years, going Mt. Hermon, Goshen and Hartford, which will havo carrlod him Into evfA,lnu'ii T? TC Rnniin nnri TYuanoH from that place to Central City, has been transferred to Pembroke, ery section, with tolling effect. FIND $2,223,000 THEY 26c lb.; turkeys, No. 1. 30 35c lb.; Walker,' Hartford. Lay members: Iwhero they remained only a short Christian County, by the Louisville . DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED geese 10 15c lb ; guineas 35c each, i u wmu vuum; m ion Conference brought to a close in Rus- - ROAD WORK PROGRESSING young-guineaw, i iioagi&nu, ciear nun; jomos " 50c apiece. DESPITE LABOR SHORTAGE An investigation has been started Leach, au. zion; m. u. urowuer, or 1975. Mrs. Barrass is survived by sellvlllo, Sunday. Liberty Bond Prices. by Chicago revenue officials Into the Rov. Smith has made many friends Liberty Horse Branch; John Thomas, Con- ono daughter, Mrs. J. Harvo Wil90.70 Notwithstanding the scarcity of la presence of hte sum ot $2,225,000 in Liber .v Ut 4s . . , cord; J. B. Westorfield, Fordsvillo; liams, ot Beaver Dam, and flvo sons, while In this work and tho fruits ot ...87.84 t, John, of Horrln, 111., E. G ot Hart- his pastorate has perhaps been above bor and teams, grading on the section the vaults ot the- Federal building Liberty 2nd 4s C. P. Koown, Hartford; W. I. , 87.10 ford, Will, of Jasonvllle, Ind., Thom- tho average. His sermons were al- of .the Hartford-Owensbor- o State aid there, with no record of its source. Liberty 1st ltfs Central Grove and W. B. '...88.10 ways both, interesting and Instructive road, from Beda to Barnetts Creek, as and Nicholas, of Taylor Mines. The money was discovered when Olaton. Liberty 2nd 4 Us 87.10 411 and the writer sincerely hoped that is roported as being 75 per cent com of fl lals of a corporation called in to Liberty 3rd 4 VI a 88.70 NAVAL BALLOONS pleted. Gravel and cement has been explain why they had failed to pay , TiAVY BALLOON COMES ho would be returned. Liberty 4th 4 4s 87.10 FLY OVER COUNTY delivered but the concrete work Is $225,000 tuxes, produced receipts DOWN 'NEAR McIIENKY Victory 3 s 95.80, MRS. DARRELL SULLKNGER being delayed on account ot Inability showing they had paid Victory , 95.76 ENTERTAINS SOCIAL CLUB to becure steel for reinforcement pur Several, If not all ot thirteen Naval McHenry, Sept. 28. tho The money was found In The above quotations do not Inleft Birmingham, poses, though receipt ot lt is dally vault, but the Government's dupli- clude Interest1 coupon payment. to . The balloon, U. S. Navy, made a Balloons, which Mrs. Darrell Sullenger entertained expected. cate recolpt had been lost and no date ot sale. ' short stop in McHenry Sunday at Ala., late in the day of the 25th ot record, made on thebooks. The rePlJU. The U, S. Navy was one' September, In a contest for the Na- - the Ladles Social Club Wednesday 1:15 passed over afternoon at )na home of htr par- JESSE L, SHEFFIELD mainder ot the $2,225,000 Is believof the six or eight balloons competing tfonal championship, UNSIGNED NEWS LETTERS FOUND NOW AT HOME ed also to have been collected as We are In receipt of unsigned comthe, National Balloon race from Ohio Qounty Sunday, some entering ents, Mr, and Mrs. J, W Robertf-ou- . In taxes. R. F. D. Naws. "Birmingham, Ala., to Washington, D, the County early in the morning and Piogresslve nnlc being the wue enmunications this week which we can during the day, ranging to lata joyed by those lit attendance.' DeAs a result ot the publication of a not publish. It Is so easy to indleato 'C. It was commonded by Lt. R. FOJt SALE. the authorship of your letter, and Arnn and Lt. Frank Sloman. They in the afternoon. The balloon mak- - licious salads were served. Besides cut and notice of the disappearance we would be sincerely pleaswl It corstopped fifteen m.inito9 here, un- ing the greatest distance in a straight the club members those present weio! etc., of Jesse L. Sheffield, from his 20,000 feet of boxing lumber, 9 respondents would invariably do bo, loading about a hundred and fifty ourse Is to win the championship. We ' Mosdaraes E. M. Woodward, Louis. home near here, in vMay last, ho was pounds of mips and other articles did not converse with any occupants vllle; Theo Hardy, Vicksburg, Miss , located by his father last week, at and 10 feet long, About 2,000 feet as we are always glad to recele live news 'letter. Please sigm to be sent by express to Washington. ot the balloons and therefore do not Anthony Robertson, Hetlln; Jamei Miller City, 111. The lad when, ap- of. dimension lumber. Price $2.50 your communication. In no caso do Tor the weight they put. out they put know of the details, but presume that- Lewis, ot near town, L, S. Igleheart, proached by his father, Mr,Y A. A. and $3.00. Home phone No. 10. J, B. YORK, we publish thetwriters name, oxceptv liack two bags ot Mltchel Smith's best the conteet will be determined by en- L. T. Riley Henderson Murphroo and Sheffield, was willing to return home MIm Elizabeth Moore, City. ind accompanied his father on his 14thp Olaton, Ky, s eclally requested to do it. jToil. There was a large crowd wit - urance and piloting ability, Mrs Campbell is survived by one son, Walter B., and four daughters: Mrs. James Pirtle, Mrs. John Brown,. jof Hartford, Mrs. II, M. Ilausor, Sponcer, Ind., and Mrs. Ernest Shown, of Ufda lsn Har-dlnsbu- Quito a lot of legal business has. been disposed of during tho two week term of Court which in all probability will bo brought to a olosa today. Action in the following caso has been had since our last iisuo: Ada Bello Brooks vs. W. O. Vf evidence heard and 'taken under ad visement by tho Court; I. U. Ortkles vs. rfroadway Coal Co.; Ida If. vs. Rockport Coal Co.; L. A. Adams vs. Rockport Coal Co.; L R. Goodall vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.; Rough River Lumber Co. vs. L.,& N. R. R. Co.; Flora Howard vs. Ohio County-Dru- g Co., all continued. F. C. Bennett vs. Finis Wallace, verdict for Defendant; Ira Hartley y. Coke Company, verdict for defendant, Minnie W. Lee vs. A. T. Leo, dismissed; Claude Moorman vs. Mag-g- jo Moorman, Plaintiff's petition nnd Defendant's counter claim dismissed. R. H. Westerfield vs. Frank Roberts, continued; Com'th. ot Ky vs. W. D. Stratton, 4 cases, dismissed; Comt'h. vs. TJrey Simpson, verdict for defendant; Comt'h. vs Elbert Murphy, erdlct for defendant; C. W. Reynolda. vs. V. B. Curry, continued. The following actions, I. N. Lanham, J. W. Smith and I. N. Lanham et al. vs. L. & N. R. R. Co., were consolidated, evidence heard, argued and in hands of the Jury when we closed our forma yesterday afternoon. vs-K- three-corner- rs . nt hoad-quartor- two-thir- - hund-;unit3- rs um $34; lf : o; x, "b s 3s, Igle-hear- - 4s ' - nl-co- ' od J Mlno road so as to include Tom Render In this preclnot, and to oxclud" R. P. Coleman and P. H. Hobdy, VOTING PRECINCTS thenco with said road and tho west and Bouth lines of tho farni of W. C Blankenshlp to tho beginning. And It Is further ordered and adCounty Court Establishes judged by tho court, that all of the votors residing within 'the nbove ' Seven New Polling boundary, are entitled to vote In said Places In Co. precinct, and that the voting place' Taylor In said precinct shall bo .Minos, Ohio County, Kentucky. And It Is further ordered and adOrders Ohio County Court; Ilegu-la- r Term, September Cth, 1920, Hon. judged by the court, that the boun dary lines of West Reaver Dam VotMack Cook, J. O. C. C. Presiding. appearing to the satisfaction of ing Precinct, No. 14, bo and It Is It chrfnged and established as follows, tho court, that It Is necessary to t: the Sulphur Springs Voting PreBeginning at a point on tho Beacinct, No. 4, It Is therefore ordered and adjudged by tho court that said ver Dam and Rochester road, directly voting Precinct be and It Is divided opposlto the residence of W. C. Blankenshlp, which residence Is now ocand established as follows, Hy a division line, beginning' at cupied by W. C. Cooper; thenco cast tho Miller's Brldgo across Uough Klv-o- r with tho lano leading to tho resldenco to a on the Hartford and Hawesvlllg of S. M. Mnddox, 100 yards road running thence with a straight point on said lane, so ns to Include line to tho Intersection of the Sulphur tho residence property of W. C. Springs and Ilo3lnc Public Road with Blankenshlp, In this Precinct; thenco the Hartford and Dundee road nt North paralell 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 line between Sulphur Springs thence west with said railroad 100 and Roslne Voting Precincts, and It yards to Main Street; thence North Is ordred that all legal voters resid- with Main Street and Hartford and ing west of said division line, be and Beaver Dam road to the road leading they are heroby adjudged to be legal from said road to Sandefur's crossvoters in Sunnydale Voting Precinct, ing near tho Sowder property; No. 36, which precinct Is hereby cre- thenco with said road to the boundary ated and established, and it is order- line between West Hartford and East Precincts; Dam, Voting ed that the voting place In said Sun Beaver nydalo Voting Precinct No. 3G, shall thence with said lino down Muddy be at Sunnydale, Ohio County, Ken- Creek to the exterior boundary lino of what Is now East Beaver Dam Vottucky. ing Precinct; thence with the line And It Is further ordered and that all legal voters residing between West Hartford and Render in said Sulphur SpringssVotlng Pre- Voting Precincts to tho I. C. R. R.; cinct, as it now exists and East of thence east with said Railroad to said line, bo and they are hereby der the boundary line of Taylor Mine Vot clared to .be legal voters in Dundee ing Precinct and running with tho Voting Precinct, No. 4, and entitled same to tho southeast corner of the to vote therein, and that the vot- farm of W. C. Blankenshlp, also coring place in said Dundee PrQcInct, ner of Taylor Mine Voting Precinct, No. 4, shall be at Dundee Ohio Coun- on the Beaver Dam and Rochester road, and with said road to the bety, Kentucky. ginning. A copy Attest: And It is ordered and adjudged by MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. the court, that nil of the legal voters W. C. BLANKE&SH1P, Clerk Ohio County ouft. residing within the above boundary are entitled to vote In said precinct, voting place In said preOrders Ohio County Court; Regu- and that the cinct shall be at Beaver Dam, Ohio lar Term, September Gth, 1920, Hon. County, Kentucky. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Presiding. And It is further ordered and of to the ORDERS CREATING lo-g- al dl-vl- to-w- lt; that East and West Fordsvlllo Acting Precincts be changed, and that there be nnd there is heroby created and established n new Voting Precinct, which precinct shall be known as South Fordsvlllo Voting Precinct No. 39, the boundary of which Is as follows, Beginning nt Fuqua & Walker's store on tho South sldo of Main St , In the town of Fordsvlllo, Ky., thonco with Malno Street to John Smith's corner nt tho intersection of Barrett's Ferry road Jt thenco with said road to tho Narrows Precinct lino; thenco with (ho Narrows Precinct line to tho Magan Precinct line; thence with the old Enst and West Fordsville precinct lines to tho Dr. Gillespie farm on the Hartford nnd HawcsvllloToad; thence with the old road east to Washington Station Church; thenco East with the Fordsville road to the new cut road; thence with tho new cut road about south to tho Fordsvlllo nnd Friendship road; thenco with said Fordsville and Friendship road to the beginning And it is further ordered and adjudged by tho court, that all of the legal voters residing within tho above boundary are entitled to vote in said precinct, nnd that the voting place In said precinct shall be at Fordsvlllo, Ohio County, Kentucky. And It Is further ordered and adto-w- lt: . Let's settle this right now! ssssasMssassasswwsm (assassaiiissssssassswaawH better cigarette than Camel! price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by themselves. Their smoothness Camels expert blend of choice You'll find Camels unequalled by any cigarette in the world at any No man ever smoked a will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir- ing your taste ! Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty odor You'll-prefe- r 1 ciga-ret- ty aftertaste nor unpleasant judged by the court, that the bounda- Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! CameU are toW everywhere in aeieniMeatty wealed paekate of 20 eijaretteat or ten package 200 cigarette) in a &laine'papercorered carton, wm strongly recommend thia carton for ih hoinm or office luppty or wAetifou travel ed by. the court .that the bounIs necessary to didary lines of East Beaver Dam Votvide Centertown Voting Precinct No ing Precinct No. 13, bo and they are 1C, and to create ; a new precinct changed and established as follows, thoroin, it Is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court, that said corner Beginning at the South-eas- t Centertown Voting Precinct be and Voting t; It appearing the Court, that it satisfaction ed Jt is divided and established .to-wi- as t: low Ordered that said precinct' bo 'divided by tho Hartford and South public road, and that that Voting part f Mid Centertown Precinct lying and being on the North or said road be, hereafter Known ni North Centertown Voting Precinct No. 16, and that the part of said pre-oialying and being on the south road be, hero-aftside of said known as South Centertown Voting Precinct, No. 41. and that tho voting place in eacft of said precincts be at Centertown,' Ohio County, Ken, tucky. And It Is further ordered and adjudged by the court, that al) of tho legal voters residing North of said Hartford and South Carrollton road be, and they are entitled to vote In said North Centertown Voting No. 1G; and that all of tho legal voters residing south of said Centertown and South Carrollton road, be Orders Ohio County Court; Reguand' they are entitled to vote in South Contorto'wn Voting Precinct, lar Term, Soptembor, Gth, 1920, Hon. Mack Cook, J. O: C. C, Presiding. No. 41. It appearing o tho satisfaction of A Copy Attest: tho court, that thero should bo some MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. changes made In Simmons Voting Vv. C. DLANKENSHIP, Precinct, It Is therefore ordered and Ohio. County Court. Clerk adjudgod by the court that tho preOrders Ohio County Court; Regu- boundary lino of Simmons voting September Gth, 1920. Hon. cinct, No. 34, bo changed as follar Term, t; lows, Muck Cook, J. O. C. C., Presiding. That Is change tho South and West It appearing to the satisfaction of to lines so as to road: tho Court, that Jt Is necessary Prom tho I. C. R. R. on Lewis change tho boundary of East and West Reaver Dam Voting Precincts, Creek to Hartford and Rockport of Ohio County, Kentucky, it la there- road; thence northward with .said fore ordered and adjudged that road to tho lino of Centertown votEast and West Ueavcr Dam Voting ing precinct; thence with tho sdme to Precincts lis changed and that thoro the N. W. corner of Simmons Voting be and there is hereby created and Precinct. And it Is further ordorod and established a new product, which" by the court, that all of 'lie prqclnct Is to bo known as Taylor territory Mine Voting Precinct, No. 38, the logal votors residing In tho ombracod thoroin, bo and they are t; boundary of which Is as follows,, horeby declared to be legal votors In Beginning at the S. E. corner of Simmons Voting Precinct, No. 34, tho farm of W. C. Illankonshlp, on and that tho voting place In said prethe Weaver Dam, and Rochester Road; cinct remain at Simmons, Ohio Counthonce down said road to tho oxtronn ty, Kentucky. A copy attest: boundury lino of West Doaver Dam MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. Voting Precinct near Lowls Crock; W. C. ULANKENSHIP-- , thonco with the boundary lino of Clork Ohio County Court. voting Prentiss, McIIenry and Render Vruclucta to the Illinois Central Rail-voaOrders Ohio County Court, Reguthenco East with said Railroad to what Is known ns tho Taylor Mlno lar Term, Soptember Gth, 1920, Hon. "Y" or switch; thonco south with Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. It appearing to the satisfaction of said "Y" or switch to a point on said "Y" or switch where the road lead- the Court, that It Is necessary to ing from E! F. Render's resldenco change tho boundaries of East and crosses said switch; thenco with said West Fordsvlllo Voting "Precincts, it road to the. Reaver Dam and Taylor is therefore ordered and adjudged Cax-rolltst ct er Pre-fclnot ' to-wlto-wid; Precinct of Wbst Beaver Dam No. 14, and running with the old line of Beaver Dam east precinct between West Hartford, Rosine, Cromwell and Prentiss Precincts, to the south-eacorner of' Taylor Mines Voting, Precinct, on the Beaver Dam and Rochester road; thence north with SRld road and the boundary line of West Beaver Dajn Voting Pieclnct to the beginning, containing all of the former East Beaver Dam Precinct upt now Included In West Bearer Dam Voting Precinct. And it is further ordered and by the Court, that all of the legal voters within the above bqun-dar- y are ontltled to vote in said Precinct and that the voting place in said precinct shall be at Beaver Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky. A copy Attest: MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. W. C. DLANKENSHIP, Clerk Ohio qounty CourV ry line of East Fordsvlllo Voting PreiTumsfcvoMtsrici cinct No. ,18; be, and Is hereby chang. tlr TTC S CJ ed and established as follows, Beginning at the southeast corner of Noah Miller's lot on tho North side of Noah Miller's lot on the North side of Main Street In the town of Fordsvlllo, Ky., thence with his line North to the I. C. R. R.; thence wit", the I. C. R. R. to the Fordsville and Easton road; thenco with the Eastoi road tp the Hancock County line; thence with the Hancock and Breckinridge County lino to S,hrevo Voting Precinct lino; thence with the Shrove Precinct line to the Narrows Precinct line; thence with the Narrows Precinct line to the Barrett's Ferry road; thince with said road tq Main Street in Fordsville; thenco with Main street to the beginning. And it is further ordered and by tho cpurt, that all of the WILSON IS IN FIGHT legal voters residing within the above boundary are entitled to vote in said REPUBLICANS ELATED precinct, and that the voting place in said precinct shall be at Fordsville, Ohio County, Kentucky. .Viewed As Last Effort To And it Is further ordered and by the court that tho boundary Avert Apparent line of West Fordsville Voting PreLandslide.. cinct No. 19' be, and it 'is hereby changed aud established ji&ifollow. ,v Beginning at Ftiqun and Walker's Washington, Sept. 20 Republistore In Fordsville, Ky.; thence with cans in Congress arc elated over the he South Fordsville Precinct line to prospect as announced by Democratic loaders, qjt Injecting President Wil(Continued on Third Page.)' son into the campaign In the hope o-o that he may stem the swiftly-risin- g An Agreeable Surprise.. tide of Democratic defeat. "About three years ago when I wa Doth tho Preaident and his pet suffering from n sovere cold on my league of nations covenant have belungs and coughed most of the time come so unpopular as evidenced by alght and day,. I tried n bottle of the vote against them in Georgia,' Chamborlaln'a Cough Remedyvand that his active .participation in the was surprised at tho promptness with fight for n pact which he has dewhich It gave me relief." writes Mrs clared will do moro than anything James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Ma- else could do to keep us out of war. ny another has been surprised and will complete the Impending overpleased with the prompt relllf af- throw of his party. m forded by this remedy. Hannl3 Taylor, formor minister to ' Spain, and ono of theloadtng authoriLEAGL'K REGAItDHI) AS 'DEAD ties on the constitution,' says: "The leaders at San Francl3co who European papers and speakers soem fancied that they had finally disposed to think that tho league plan Is of Mr. Wilson's ambitions and Intridoomed to fall. They point out the gues for a third term now perceive numerous cases lately where the na- that they ontirely underestimated hid tionsIncluding those supposed to resources. In Ilulwer's play of bo members of tho league have op- "llicheliou" tho crafty old Cardinal enly violated tho league principles. at a critical moment, when he was says: about to bo swept out of place and The Fortnightly Review "Whom President Wilson camo to Eu- power, turned to Joseph and said that rope to assume diroctlon of affairs the time had arrived when 'we must In tho Old World about which ho piece out tho lion's skin with the knew nothing and cared loss, he fox's.' At Just such, a moment Jlr threw Into all councils not a pledge Wilson, with con3ummatp boldness of peace but a brand of discord, and and craft, has baffled his adversaries t remains an inscrutablo mystery how In the samo way by seizing upon tho tho allied leaders could have, allowed ostensible nominee and making of that "rod herring" dragged across the him his abject vassal and mouthtrail to lead them all astray. Dy piece. .Tho d terms of tho Jumbling tho two Issues tho ponco oath of fealty wore reduced to writand tho league together tho Inter- ing, registered and proclaimed to tho national situation has been worsen- people on that fatal Sunday morning ed Instead of improved and tho out- before tho guardians oi Governor look reveals no end. to tho possibili- Cox could save him from "tho shirt of ties of strlfo and conflict." Nessus" now firmly fixed upon him. Cold must be the heart that has All you who have torpid liver, weak witnessed without pity his .desperate digestion or constipated bowels look offprt to escape from such a situation out for chills. The season Is hero through, tho ludicrous outcry Just and tho air Is full of the dlseaso germ. made in his speech of acceptance. I Tho best thing to do Is to got your thank God I take up tho stand of liver In good condition nnd purify Democracy a freo man, unfetterod by the stomach and bowels. IIERBINK Promises. Is the right romedy, it answers the" "If that bo true, then, as a freo purpose completely. Price GOc. Sold man, ho has solomnly pledged himself by Ohio County Drug Co. m to drag us, as soon as he possibly can, into the whirlpool of European At present It Is estimated tlyit tho wars by a ratification of the unholy Wilson Covenant consumption of gasoline by motor Is and which will force perpetual bond Isll 84,000,000 barrels a'year. The consumption for all purpose Is sues from a treasury burdened already to the breaking point, and perabout 91,000,000 barrels. petual conscription of American youths to die upon foreign battlefields In causes not their own. Tho FOR FLETCHER'S timo has arrived wheiunjl American patriots regardless of party men I to-w- lt to-w- lt; Iron-bounan to-ti- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. VVinston-Salo- N. C. and women, fathers and mothers must stand together for the protection of their firesides against such n deadly menace designed by Mr. Wilson and now promoted by Mr. Cox," Taylor continues: "Worn out bytho excesses and been mado upon our system of ropro sentatlvo government, and upon the .right of freodom of speech. Let us j return to tho faith of our fathers; tho Constitution an let us they mndo It." j Il- legalities of a political Dictatorship, constructed upon the ruins of tho presidency through n complicated of war statutes ontlroly applicable to a state ,of poace, tho American peoplo now demand tho Immo-dla- te repeal of the same. They o understand that the real for the absurd prolongation of a technical state of war. for years after It 1ms ceased to exist In fart, is to enable the Executive Power to perform many abnormal acts, under the .cover of war statutes, manifestly Illegal In time of peace. They resent the grave and scandalous assaults upon hojsacred writ of habeas corpus mado by the Executive Power; tho harsh enforcement of Mdltlon laws generally rogarded by all calm and Jurists as unconstitutional; the ninny violent and indefensible encroachments that have por-feat- ly mo-tirnon-partis- not-wo- rk LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ns they cannot rcuch tlio scat ot tho disease. 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Constipation antlDlarrhocJ, i AhCipiUlttWircujw p....:.-i,n:- ; m resaWnjiioin!!11" jueCEKrAunCoMPfios r..cnir;t.I'EP anil A ft Use For Over NEwjyyii Thirty Years rair.L4!LBIILUkl Exact Copy of Wrapper, Children Ory C A jno R A CASTORIA s t t ORDERS CREATING VOTING PRECINCTS (Continued from Soconil Pago.) tho Dr. Gillespie farm on tho Hartford and HawcsvJIlo road; thcnco with tho old West Fordsvlllo Precinct lino to tho Hancock County line; thenco with the nancock County lino to tho East Fordsvlllo Voting Precinct lino; thcnco with tho said precinct lino to Main Streot In Fordsvlllo, Ky ; thenco with Main Street to tho beginning. 'And It Is further ordered and adjudged by tho court, thnt all of tho legal voters rosldlng 'within the aboyo boundary, nro entitled' to voto In said precinct, and that tho voting placo in said product shall bo nt Vurdsvillo, Ohio County, Kentucky A. Copy attest: MACK COOK, J. O. C. C W. C. BJUANKRNSHI", Clork Ohio County Court. Orders Ohio County Court; Regu- lar torm, September, 6, 1020, Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. It nppcarlng to tho satisfaction of tho Court, thnt it is necessary to divide Rosino Voting Precinct, No. 12, it is therefore ordered and adjudged by tho court, that said voting precinct bo divided and established as follows, to-w- lt; By tho I. C. R. R. right of way bo-in- making a dividing lino between tho two precincts, and all of tho old Rog sino Voting, Precinct lying and on tho North sldo of said right of way shall be known as North Rosino Voting Precinct, No. 12, and tho placo of voting shall be at Roslnd. Ohio County, Kentucky. And all of tho old Roslne Precinct No. 12, lying and being on tho South side of said right of way shall be known as South Rosino Voting precinct, No. 40, and tho voting placo in said precinct shall be at Roslne, Ohio County, Kentucky. And It is further ordered and adjudged by the court that all of the legal voters rosldlng in tho obovo two boundaries of North and South Rosino Voting Precincts nro entitled t. voto therein, in their respective precincts. A copy Attest, lines of said precincts to tho beginning. And it is further ordered and adjudged, that all of the legal voters residing within, the nbovo boundary are entitled to voto in said precinct, nnd that tho voting placo in said precinct shall bo at Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky. And it is further ordered and adjudged by the Court, thnt tho boundary lines of West Hartford Voting Precinct No. 2, bo nnd it is changed and established as follows, towlt; Beginning at tho corner of East Beaver Dam, Rosino and East Hartford voting precincts at or near crossing; thcnco with ths lines of East Hartford Voting Precinct and tho Hartford and Morgar-tow- n rond to tho Hartford nnd Beaver Dam road nt Lon Smith's; thence with snld Hartford and Beaver Dam road and Clay Street Hartford, Ky , to Washington Street; thenco with Washington Streot to Main Street; thenco with Main Street to Union Street nnd corner between East Hartford and North Hartford Voting Precincts; thenco with the lines of North Hartford Voting Precinct nnd Union Street and Hartford ahd Centertown rond to Muddy Creek; thenco down Muddy Creek to Rough River; thence down snld river to tho N. E. corner to the Centertown Voting Precinct; thence with tho lines of tho Center-tow- n Voting Precinct to tho Render Voting Precinct thence with tho lines of the same to the West Beaver Dam Voting Precinct; thence with tho lines of West Beaver Dam Voting Precinct to tho beginning. And it Is further ordered and by the court, that all of th" legal voters residing within the nbove boundary, bo and they are entitled to vote in said precinct, and that the voting placo In snld Precinct shall be Harlford, Ohio County, Kentucky. A copy Attest: San-defu- Tire Mileage Increased arid Cost Reducedfor Small Cars ; their construction since 1910 The present cost of Goodyear & You can buy Goodyear Tires today at prices which are no higher than they were ten years ago. And from these tires you can now obtain more actual mileage due to advancements made by Goodyear in mile- i ,'i"-- ' r. - including the 31x4-inc- h this fact applies to all the line, 30x3-- , age therefore is decidedly less and 30x3!2- - and nx: size Goodyear Tires built especially for small cars, If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires get exceptional mileage at very low cost. . MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, ' Clerk Ohio County Court Regu-Inr'Ter- ""'', &sMK,?$C ' Orders Ohio County Court, September, Cth, ;020. Hon Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Presiding. It nppcarlng to the satisfaction of to the Court, that It is necessary change the boundary lines of North arid South Rockport Voting Precincts Nos. S nnd 9 nnd to create a now precinct therein, it is therefore ordered MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. and adjudged by tho Court that North W C. HLANKENSHIP, and South Rockport Voting Precincts, Clork Ohio County Court. be changed and that thero be and there is hereby crented and establishOrders Ohio County Court: Regular ed a now voting precinct to bo known 1D20, Hon. as Pond Run Voting Precinct, No. 37. September Cth torm Mack Cook, J. 0. C. C, Presiding. tho boundary of which is'as follows, It appearing to tho satisfaction of t; tho court, that it is necessary to Beginning on the Rockport and change tho boundary of East and Paradise road on Tunnel hill or tho Wesf Hartford Voting Precincts of I. C. R. R.; thonco a south course Ohio County, Kentucky, it is there- with said road to tho S. W. corfore ordered, that East and West ner of Charley Robinson's' land; Hartford Voting Precincts bo chang- thenco West on a straight lino to the ed, and that there bo and thero is Ernlo Curtis' house excluding A. Huff horoby created, a now Precinct, which frbm this precinct; thonco West to Precinct is to bo known a3 North Green river nnd tho corner of A. J. Hartford Voting Precinct No. 35, the Brown's and Ernie Curtis' farms; boundary of which is as follows, Lthenco up said rlvfer to tho corner of Cool Springs voting Precinct; thenco Beginning on Rough River at tho with tho lines of said preclnt to tho S. W. corner of Deda voting preen t, corner of Taylor MInov Precinct; thenea up said river to tho mouth of thenco with the lines of tho same and Muddy Creek; thonco uo said crock to McHenry and Simmons voting pretho Hartford and Contertown Bond; cinct to tho N. E. corner of North thenco with said road and Union Rockport voting precinct; thenco with Street to Malno Street; thenco with tho samo. to tho beginning. Maine Street to Center Street; thenco And it Is further ordered and with Center Street to Clay Street; by tho court, that all of tho thenco with Clay Street to Union residing within tho above with Union Street and legal voters Street; thenco boundary ar6 entitled to vote in said Hartford and Dundee road to precinct nnd that tho voting placo In Mill road; thenco with said precinct shall bo at No. 10 road to Rough River; thence down said House, In Ohio County, KenN. E, cornor of Be-d- a School said river to tho '' tucky. Voting. Precinct; thence with tho And it is further ordered and lines of said Beda Voting Precincts by the court that the boundary to tho beginning, lines of North Rockport Voting, Preand Ahd it is further ordered that all of the legal voters cinct No. 8, bo and it is changed and within the above boundary, are. entit- established ns follows, of Beginning nt tho Intersection led to voto In said preclncti and that crossing of Green river nnd the I, C. tho voting placo In said precinct shall to the bo at Hartford, Ohio County, Ken- R. R.; thonco with paid R. R. east corporate lino of tho town of tucky. paid line And It is further ordered and ad- Rockport, Ky.; thenco with north to the RockporJ and Paradise judged by the court, that tho boundary lino of East Hartford Votinc road; thenco with said road to the Precinct, No. 1.,. bo and is changed corner of South Rockport nnd Pond Run voting Precincts on tunnel hill and established as follows, Beginning on Rough River at tho where said road crosses tho I. C. R northward S. W. cornor of Sulphur Springs Vot- R.; thence with said road ing Precinct (or Sunnydnlo Voting to Lewis Creek; thenco down Lewis Precinct; thenco down said river to Creek to tho Hartford and Rockport norththo Sullenger's Mill r(oad and corner rond; thonco with' said road Voting Precinct; ward to the lino of Contertown votto North Hartford ing precinct; thenco with same to tho thenco with said road to tho Hartford with said cornor of Centertown. and Ceralvo and Dundee road; thonco road and Union Street to Clay Streot; voting precincts; thence with tho line voting precinct to Green thonco with Clay Street to Center of Ceralvo thenco with. Center Street tr Rlvpr; thenco up the same to the Street; Main Street; thenco with Main Streot beginning. And it is ordered and adjudged to Washington Street; thenco with that all tho legal voters rosldinc Washington Street to Clay Street and nro enthen with Clay Street and Hartford within tho above boundary Hart- titled to vote in said precinct and that nnd Beaver Dam Road to tho said precinct shall' ford and Morgantown road at Lon tho voting place in SmltliV; thenco with said Hartford be Rockport, Ohio County, Kentucky And it Is further ordered and and Morgantown road to tho corner by the Court, that tho bounof, Rosino (or North Roslne voting near, Sandofur's crossing) dary lines of South Rockport Voting precinct No. 9, bo and it is changed thonco with the lines of said Rosino precinct to the Sulphur Springs and established as follows, to wit; voting precinct Beginning at the cornor of Pond voting Precinct; thenco with the to-wlto-w- it: ed r's to-w- lt: to-w- lt; . ed sStlN -l- n I E 30 x 3'A Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, All Weather Tread 30x3l& Goodyear Single-Cur- e Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread T7o Lj L 1 Rfl - x Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection is available? $450 30x3V site in waterproof bat i rimnrr"-- " " ... .. r. -- y ,m iHwrnwrr'nwn i - ". irrniWTntwvmmfvuiutmKrcFnmnnimrnrrTT'm''m''Mm'ummmmmift Run Voting Precinct No. ."17 on Green River; thence down said river to tho I. C. R. R.; thence wltn the same to the east corporato boundary lino of the town of Rockport, Ky.; thenco with said line North to tho Rockport and Paradise road; thonce with said road to the West corner of Pond Run voting precinct No. 37 on Tunnel Hill said road crosses said railroad;' thence with tho lrao of said Pond Run voting precinct to ih-- j beginning. And it is further ordered and adjudged by the Court, that all of tho legal voters residing within tho above boundary are.entltled to vote in said precinct and that tho voting placo therein shall bo at Rockport, .Ohio County, Kentucky. A copy attest: where MACK COOK, J. O. C C. W. C, BLANKENSHIP. "SOME" T1ASEBALL FAX. You've heard of baseball fans who would go without dinner in order V) sed an extra inning game or would walk long distance to see a world's rorles game hut hire's tho champion fan of the world a girl. Betty Hess, who holds down second base on tho champion girls' baseball team of the Goodyear Tire & RubOhio, recently set ber Co., her wedding day ahead so that sho could accompany the team to Pittsburg, Pa., to play the girls from the Westinghouse Electric Company, Learning that a game had been scheduled on the samo day that she had already chosen as her wedding day, Betty conferred with her fiance, Howard Andres, about putting the wedding ahead. As much a fan as sho, Andres agreed, and they were married two days before the Wesflnghouso game. She played a great game and helped Goodyear win decisively. "I might havo called that my honeymoon, only Howard wouldn't go along," Mrs. Andres said after the game, "but we expect to take a real honeymoon trip after tho baseball season is over!" ! of 'fuel wasted wpuld be gallons annually ' 1,332,250,000 $333,062,500 thrown away yearly. 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Sold by ' m Ohio County Drug Co. - Tho following letter written has done wonders from Detroit, Michigan is no snan and to mo is worth its weight in judgment expressed on tho merits gold. I shall continue to uso me weu-knoas long ns oi catarrh remedy, I live and recommend I 9h to my friends who nro but rather a mature, sober opinion formed troubled with catarrh." after a full year's trial. Nothing can bo more convincing than an enThis is tho way Mr. dorsement of this naMichael Fako of 000 ture from an actual East Palmer Avenue, user. Thero are many in tho Michigan Metro-poll- s, people in every comwrites: "After using munity whose expori-enco.using about one year will say has been identical with I havo found it a very good medicino tor caMr. Fako's. It is the standby for coughs, tarrh. It haa helped colds, catarrh, stomach mo a great deal and I am very well satisfied. I havo and bowel disorders and all cagained in weight, cat and sleep tarrhal conditions, well, my bowola aro regular and Put up in both tablet and .liquid uform., Sold kvebywuekk. better color in my face. "PE-RU-N- A re-ru-- r ljt in - Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron N "I heard Mabel said when sho that she had chosen tho very flower of her, admirers. To mar-rle- d what "vamps." . . particular bloom did sho liken him?" "At first she thought ho was the pink of porfectlon, but when tho baby came to claim her attention, ho When tho chest feels on flro and was Just, a mere poppy." Baltimore the throat burns, you havo indiges- American. tion, and you need HERBINE to get ' GASOLINE WASTE rid of tho disagreeable feeling, It food, digested drives out badly If 'each of tho .7,000,000 motor vestrengthens tho stomach and purifies 60c. Sold by tho hicles in the United States wasted the bowela. Price m ' half a gallon of gasoline a day, the Ohio County 'Drug Co. Acjd Iron Mineral may"bo procured in either liquid or the mora convenient tablet form at any drug; storo. It contains no alcohol or injurious Quick Improvement from drugs and will not blacken tho teeth. New Form of Iron It has been especially noted that pale,,. perTho pew way to restore iron to the puny children, weak, sona nnd thob'o enfeebled by ago snow blood tho surest, and most dependimprovement and exhibit increased able of all methods is throuKh the after , uso of Acid Iron Mineral. This is strength almost immediately a natural form of soluble iron, found starting treatment. For Side by OHIO COUNT!' DltUQ CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Kjr. -run-do- When tho doctor treats your blood, no gives ypu iron, lor iron is said to bo the best thing in all medicino to build up the blood. Sometimes ho docs tins by regulating your diet sometimes ho administers iron in the form of pills or tonics. But always bo is seeking a way to get more iron into your blood ho is trying to put back this great builder of health and strength. in ftaturo itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. Tho story of tho discovery of this new form of iron reads almost like ai fairy tnlo and medical 6cicnco haa g proved its remarkable powers beyond question or doubt, : blood-makin- , J A The Hartford Republican has withhold words of commondatlon from tho now keepers of tho Old J State's birthright Published Weekly by HARTFORO PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated IV. S. TINSLEV, nnd Business Muungcr. Editor Entered" according to law at tho Postotflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall ."natter o( the second class. Address all communications to Tho Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent fo a now address must glvo the old fcddrcss In making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c per lino,' and 8c per lino for each additional Insortlon. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lo por word, and Gc for each head line and signautre, money In advance Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications Tecelvo no attontlon. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY -- 69 123 say that tho United Democrats 13 morally bound to confirm Wilson's pledgo to tho world nnd np prove and becomo a party to tho League. Yet they tell us in tho next breath that Aniorica would not be bound to support article X. V llson hnd no right, implied or otherwise, to bind us lo npprqvo and become members of tin. pact, and oho.ild tli3 t-- nllon adopt It no one with any 2flsu of a real mor.il obligation could for a moment urJic that wo would not bo bound to tte tho thing thru, no isattor What the cost In blood an. I I'tasuro might bo. When the Uni.rd States becomes a party to tho Loague as now written, there can be no doubt that wo occupy the same position in our relations to tho rest of the world thnt is other Nations, parties to the League, as a Grantor in a general warranty deed. Wo stand behind thojr territorial boundaries, as award ed by tho Commission, with the last drop of blood coursing through tho veins of our young manhood, and to tho bottommost dollar that can be drained from every American States BfrV. THE UNIVERSAL CAK - . .. A. . 7.W & Reduction in Price of Ford Products The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford Cars, Trucks and'Trac-tor- s will be sold F. O. B. Detroit with the following prices: OCTOBER 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET. tnlf3isph iSli For President WARREN G. HARDING. For Vice President For U. For CALVIN COOLIDQE. S. Senator RICHARD P. ERNST. Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. 15,000 people were on hands to hear Senator Harding at Ashland Wedn-slaA great speech was dewill livered, but tho Courier-JournTrobably object to the form of english y. al used. If Cox is elected President, Burleson in all probability will be retained as the Czar of tho Postal Department, as Wilson has kept him over the protests of the entire Nation and of courso Cox would not turn him out, because he stands for Wilson in all things. Will 750,000 female rela tives of Postal employes whom this autocrat has endeavored to disfranchise, stand for it when given a chance to bo heard on election day? Tho $2,225,000 recently found ia of the Federal building in Chicago, for which there was absolutely no record showing from whom it was collected or for what purpose It was paid in, might be transferred to the Democratic campaign fund, as they claim to bo poverty stricken and without funds. Everybody reasonably knows that it was collected as income taxes, yet no entries had been made upon the books and even the duplicate receipts had disappeared In the collection of these funds from the vaults Tho current issue of the Herald settles forever the question of the camenormity of the Republican paign fund to bo spent in Ohio county. It stated that II. Green Garrett Chassis $360, Coupe Starter and Demountable Rims $745, Sedan Starter and Demounttald In plain english that ?12.",i)00 would be needed for tho State, then1 Pneumatic Tires $545, Tractor $790. . able Rims $795,-Truc- k It figures that this county's proportionate share would be $1,041.58. The Ford Motor Co. makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand So the question is therefore closed. immediate orders for 146,065 cars and tractors. The company will suffer a tremendous The Herald knows w'hereof It speaks, loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the it has in sight no less than that sum We doubt if the Herald to combat. sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and believes that the half of that 'sum maintain the momentum of the buying pow ,r of the country. Henry Ford says : , "The will bo tpont In Kentucky. But even war is over and it is time war prices were over." There is not sense or wisdom in trying tho figures closely, figure a little to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it is time a real, generously than we 'think, to get rid practical effort was made to bring the business of the countiy and the life of the counof n one-ma- n rule and savo the Unit standing. "We are at your command with regular Ford try down to regular pre-w- ar ed States from entering the League of Nations and becoming embroiled efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders." and entangled in every dispute be tween all Nations of the earth, the ' price would be cheap, dirt cheap. No manwith sense enough to gd in whon It rains will argue that a campaign can bo made on wind, and to argue or infer that either party will do so is pure hypocracy. We have not yet seen any notice In the Herald of the assessment of $40 each on girls and women in the Aberdean, S. D., internal revenue office, although "it says that Louisville policemen hava been assessed at the rate of $25. 0Q rj each and others In proportion. Thero NOTICE. us fust what we had played In the are 400 policemen in that city and the war on June 8, 1017. Those lines The Herald figures that $35,000 will compare favorably with "HE KIIPT Notice is hereby given that Bishop Look at be raised by that method. US OUT OF WAR VOTE FOR WIL- Coal Co., a partnership, will take ovus just what part we had played in er on the first day of September, 1920 yourself. These male policemen are SON, P.SACE AND PLENTY" and Cho business, assets and good will of PITILESS PUBLICITY was another by $15.00 each better off than tho favorite slogan once upon a time, and the Bishop Coal Company, Incorpogirls, who work for the Democrats especially within the rated, and will continue the business The Herald winds up in a manner since that date, past two years every time a Demo- the samo as heretofore in all respects that undoubtedly clinches the whole or a department under the firm name of Bishop Coal matter of campaign boodle by giving cratic officeholder has been investigated, the chargs has Co. a number of little alleged quotations money v.x be Notice is hereby given that the at the end of which aro the words: been made tnat public purposes No Bishop Coal Company, a corporation, ing spent for partiir. "BUT BOYS GET THE MONEY" the pitiless publicity is now need will be dissolved by consent of tho last cf which we reproduce word for more of owners of more than two-thirword: "Senator Harding said in the ed. But pardon us, we have strayed by said corpoon June 8th, 1917: from the orglnal question. What we the capital stock issued U. S. Senate on the 1st day of Septem".Much of tho sentiment uttered con- asked the Herald to do was to tip off ration, 1920,-an- d Oscar Bishop is direct; thu location of this enormous fund ber, cerning our part in the war is baldercd to settle up tho affairs and busiIt replied by saying dash, BUT BOYS GET THE MON- or Dhio County n times "BUT B:YS ness of said corporation, immediately. EY. " Now we give it "p, if that some Ilt4 This August 24th, 1920. last paragraph does not prove In a OET THE MONEY" and that H C OSCAR BISHOP, Pres. plain english thar. most brilliant and conclusive manner Carrett said in O. M. BISHOP, Sec'y. that the Herald is right, then we will Kemucky would need $125,000, ami between vote for Cox, maybe. Do you believe there is a vast difference A Revival meeting will begin at that Harding said "BUT. BOYS GET nce.ling and having In possession, and THE MONEY." To make the mat- thus we seem 10 be nc nearer the Salem Friday night, conducted by Rev. Guy Marlow. ter more clear will the Horald tell 'uuufl than befirj. Touring $440, Touring Starter $510, Runabout $395, Runabout Starter $465 Beaver Dam Auto Company BEAVER DAM, KY. -- haM-dozo- S i rr New Welwortli Blouses Appropriately Styled for Autumn Wear Postmaster General Burleson has liad an order promulgated that forbids tho womon members of Carriers -families and others, taking part in politics. If you happen to be the wife, daughter, or maybe a sister or ''near cousin to some rural carrier, by Burleson's order you stand disfranchised, In so far as your giving aid to TOY JL Tm t 11 the candidate of your choice cerned. A Is con- carrier's wife or daughter has as good a right to assist in the election of tho candidate of her choice as has tho Secretary of War o. Burleson hlmsolt, who Journeyed to San Francisco to take part In tho Democratic convention. We wonder what tho women will j.ny to this sort of Kalserlsm on November tho 2nd. rLil I""iiHK' Air-Tighst a speech tho other day that Kentucky bold her birthright whon sho deadmlnls-tratlon.Mo- Some good Democratic lady said in livered herself from the hands of Mat Cohen, Barksdalo llamlot, and the Stunloy-Blac- k denim cloth than 40,000 majority of Kentucky's legally qualified electors assented to and signed tho bill of sale and thousands of others wero and are still truly glad that tho transfer was jnado. No it was not Kentucky that sold her birthright, it was morely nn outraged, citlonehlp that transferred it from the keeping of those who bad no wantonly abused It to a now and to date no Democratic mowBpaper of note, within the state, re er Coal is so high that it behooves everybody to practice the most rigid economy in its use. An open fireplace or a poor stove consumes a lot of fuel and gives but little heat. We have customers who sealed up their open Hot-BlaHeatt, grates and purchased 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 of heaters, Stoves and Ranges. We can save you money. This is not idle talk. I'S I U These new Welwortli Blouses that have just arrived have much to commend them. In the first place they embody that splendid character and excellence of workmanship that is always exemplified in Blouses of this favored make. The Welwortli name in itself is a definite assurance of quality standard that always assures the fullest satisfaction'. Coupled with this genuine worthiness, this unfailing goodness is the Welworth style distinction that would ordinarily be expected and found olny'in far more costly Blouses. Here ane everywhere the Welworth is sold at the same modest price, a price that makes the values most exceptional. Choice of several new models at $2.50. In our Blouse Department you will find the same new styles appearing on the same day as in the recognized centers of the country. ACTON BRO. I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Carson H (ik Co, Hartford, Kentucky. &WMrMr& 0"cir HXJCoxi's 3DoKtr,tMa.o3a.t fxl fiT?s GW3W Si?nss" iiji m diii dUiUSrX WANTED Tie Hackers, will furnish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD IIOLDROOK, Hartford, Ky. 3tt Allen (Dal)o) May returned to his home In MadlsonYille Taeataf, atfa spending soveral days here parents, Mr. and Mrs. 9 & lkH qH n- v TTTi? 'fiii?Tii?Siii? i -- Tli? s I -' "Ain w q J mid Star Hats smartly fashioned hat quality look for the Rothschild mark within, the cne you huy. Our line is complete. Select your Rothschild hat now. I - 1 Miss Evoh n " homus" is, "pOR a of top-not- ch rmSM- the week ol her homo count of tl o cH'slng ot the X'i flRrro High School, duo to dlphth VJ, hr. 2JM ijmtn a Fordso II TRADE MARK ii Mrs. Sarah Bennett, Mrs, Weaver Bennett, nnd Charlie Bennett, ot nMendcd tho fungral ot Mrs Elizabeth Campbell, hero WodnssUay. FARM TRACTOR that goes with the Fordson tractor is second to none. Fordson dealers are located in every community with stocks of repair parts and employing skilled mechanics who know just how the Fordson should be repaired and taken care of to do its best work. This Fordson service means that your tractor can be kept busy eveiy working day during the entire year; that Fordson repairmen are ready to show you how to get the best results from the tractor. Fordson service insures you against delay in getting parts. It is your protection. It is a protection how being enjoyed by more than 100,000 Fordson farmers in the United States. Let us tell you all about the Fordson tractor and Fordson service. Let us demonstrate the Fordson on your own farm. Come in and let us prove everything we say. after-service Prices From '' $3.50 to $12.50, ' Mr. O. O. Wedding, of Ldulsvllle,' Tobacco Co., lr with Axton-Flshspending a few days hero wl h his fathor Judge n. R. Wedding and Mrs er The "Weu.ltng. Mf. and Mrs, Ike Sandefur, of DeMich., arrived hero yesterday, and will spend four or five weeks hore and at Boaver Dain, with frlcndr nnd relatives. troit, - f Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith, ot Mt. Vernon, Ind., arrived hero last Friday to spend several days, the guests ct their daughter, Mrs. H. E. Mlschko and Mr. Mlschko. Mr. J. C, Jackson,. of Lexington, who is in the Hallway Mall service between that point and Hazard, Is spending a portion of his vacation with relatives and friends In Center-tow- n and vicinity. .Mrs. i with her daughter, Miss Myrtlf. will leave at onco for Littleton, Col., where'it is hoped Miss Myrtle may Anna Lashbrook left here for Louisville, from whore yes-terda- y who, Men's Suits We have just received a splendid, line of new Fall Suits for 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. regain her former health. Mrs. S. Tv Hunter, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Erk Fulkor-so- n and Mr. Fulkerson, ot Matamcs, for some time, has returned to this 'place for an extended stay with hor &on, Mr. C. 0, Hunter and Mrs. Messrs. John C. and Walter West- brook and tho latter's wife, of near Bowling Green, will return home Saturday from a few days' visit ,wiih the families of Messrs. J. Walter Allen and O. R. Tinsley, of tho Washington country. LOST IS&i&l&Gb, The Hartford FRIDAY BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILE CO. BEAVER DAM. KY. Republican OCTOBER T BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 4 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS , Mrs. Carllslo Render, who Is in ill Is receiving treatment in the 14tlp Hazelwood Sanatorium, Louisville. forehead, ishod with plates. Disap peared from Taylor Mine,? Sept. 17th. flO reward for her recovery. PRESTON DAUGHERTY, ' Taylor Mines about One black, 14 hands, high, old mare, little white In health, 4 I Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Pettle, of Utlca, Northern Rye, Timothy, Red' Top, were guests of their daughter, Mis. O and Clover Seeds. The best on the T. Burns and Mr. Burns, a few days Wo pay cash every day for egga and market. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. this week. They will go from hore W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. l to Hickman, whero Dr. Pettle bus Mrs. Ira Bean and little daughter, accepted a call as pastor of tho Bapof Echols, was hero N. P. Dennis, who had been spending two weeks in tist church. Mordy. Louisville'returned here Wednesday. J Judge J. E. Fogle, accompanied by Fresh Oysters at TAYLOR'S Miss Mary Warren Collins will his nurse, Miss Cleon Genung and loave next Tuesday for Louisville, hitf son, McDowell A. Fogle, left Ind., Hear Roosevelt, Morrow and Ernst, where she will enter Business College. Wednesday for Indianapolis, where Judgo Fogle plans to spend the hore, Monday. Mrs J. A Bennett is spending the winter with his daughter, Mrs. T B 20 Colonies Italian week with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Petrie and Mr. Petrle. McDowell FOR SALE Sandefur, unci Mr. Sandefur, ot standard hives. Bees In will return here at an early date. Mrs. C. R. Bennett, and little son, of McIIcnry, are tho guests of relatives here. , . lt j ECK RIAL. ed to ultimately do Immeasurable good. In our vicinity, Beaver Dam Milling Co., who are local dealers for the Nationally Famous Silent Alamo the plant of "No Ruinous Vibration" fame, will celebrate the great week. It is claimed that this wonderful plant is so perfectly designed that it will operate efficiently for an unlimited time without being anchored to a special foundation. Exhibitions will be given showing Ihe silent Alamo operating whllo mounted on threo fllnuy water glass- Ralph, Monday, Oct. 11. Rosine, Saturday, Oct. 9. Arnold, Monday, Oct. 18. Baketown, Tuesday, a. m. Oct. 19. Select, Tuesday, p. m., Oct. 19. Cromwell, Wednesday, Oct. 20. Prentiss, Friday, Oct. 32. Tavlor Mines, Saturday, Oct. 23. McHenry, Saturday, Oct. 23. Horse Branch, Monday, Oct. 18. Narrows, Wednesday, Oct. 20. Sulphur Springs, Monday, Oct. 2ffw Olaton, Tuesday, Oct. 19. Wysox, Wednesday, Oct. 27". Rockport,AVednesday, Oct. 27; Beaver Dam, Thursday, Oct. 28. Simmons, Saturday, Oct. 30. Render, Saturday, Oct. 30. Yr Mrs. E. W. Smith, of Nelson, Is tho guest ot her son, Mr. C. E. Smith and Mrs. Smith. All kinds of rough lumber for sale. See HAROLD HOLBROOK, Hartford, Ky. 7tt Mrs. Mary Taylor Gatlln, of Wash- Ington, D. C, Is a guest of Mrs. A. W. ' Logan this week. Quito a largo number were in at the funeral of Mrs. ElLsi- both C.unibell, AVednwdaj. .Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Rowo left Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, after spending two weeks with relatives and friends , t f " ' here. fflllgBJBP NOTICE I am agent for an Old es. Ira Duncan, of Remember the dates October 2 to Line Insurance Company that covers mal, Illu was the guest ot Rev. and loss by fire, lightning and tornadoes. October 9. " Mrs. Russell Walker from Saturday I can give you first class service on ' JUNIOR AND SENIOR . until Monday. either farm or town property. I alCLASSES ENTERTAIN so represent a high class, old Hue Mrs. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, lite insurance company. Tho Freshmen and Sophomore will return home today from a few R.R.RILEY, classes of tho Hartfofd High School days' visit with her son, Otto C Mar- jOtf Hartford, Ky. wore entertained by tho Juniors nnd tin and Mrs. Martin. Seniors Thursday evening, with a parMr. Miles Keown, of Yuba City, Mrs. A. W. Mills will return today Calif., is spending several days in ty on tho High School campus. Games from n week's visit with her daugh- Ohio County, visiting old friends and wore played and refreshments served, ter, Mrs. Timer Wcstorfield and Mr. relatives. Mr. Koown purchased ten and (altogether, the occasion was by all. Miss Martha Westerfleld, of Beda. acres of land in tho Golden Gate State much enjoyed poach tree and Stevenson, of the faculty, had super-Visio- n which he planted in. over the event. Mrs. M. J. Ross will le3VO the first this year ho marKeiea mora man m of noxt week for Louisville, where she $8,000 worth1 of frulV from his orMossrs. Ira D. Funk and wife rfnd will visit hor dnughter, Mrs, John T. chard which was only six years old. J. A, Raymond and wifo motored over Moore, and Mr. Moore. J to Knotsvllle Sunday and spent the day with Eldora Stlpnett and famll Mrs. E. M. Woodward, of Louis- SILENT ALAMO TAKES ' ville, spent a few days hero thlft week, with her husband, who Is atNOTICE UP NATIONAL FARM tending Circuit Court. Mr. William Nor- OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.'S Reduction Sale! ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, October 8 and 9, 1920 i All Paintsln stock, at 10 to 20 oft' list price. Wall Paper, 25 off list price. Stock and Poultry Powders to go at reduced prices. 'We have many other articles that will be sold at 1 It k- W V " r LIGHT & POWER WEEK Mrs. II. M. Ilauser, of Spencer, . Mesdamps I. W. Hodges and Clar- -' Ind., arrlvod hore Wednesday, to bo onco Dunn, ot Beaver Dam, wero More and, more tho realization guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Tate, Sun- - present at the burial ot her mother, grows that the Isolated lighting plant Elizabeth Campbell. Mrs. day. Is one of the great modern achieveWarrants continue. to be i3sue.l by ments In farm progress. .'. Mr. Raymond Phillips, of this, placo Recently we were apprised of a, the Count Court for parents and left for El Campo, "Texas Friday, to send their, chil- National Farm Light and Power lowhore he goes to prospect for a - others for failure Week which is to bo celebrated thru-odren and wards to Bchool. cation. the entire country during the by 0 Ted- - FOR fifALi: iFour room cottage in week of October 2 to October Don't tHil to hear "fighting" Vj acre the most progressive dealers. condition, lot embraces dy Roosevelt, Govornor Morrow and good flnorJot of fruit. Call This national movement is designed Ernst, at the Court Hruso of ground with a Hon. j to direct the attention of the farm alj.this qfflco for paiticujars. Monday. owners of the whole country at one Messrs. Carl Hoover, Arthur Leach,, time toward the advantages ot eleci Mr. John Johnson haB moved into Arnold Likens and Misses Amelia Pir-tl- e, tric light 'and power as supplied by on Main ' his property, residence Gustlno Mills, and Besoie Clark! the Isolated or unit plant. Street, recently purchased from Dr. 4 This is a great moyemoat design motored to Owcnsboro Sunday, J3, W. ota, --- ..Jr.- -. ut . To Tax-Payer- s. the following places on tho ing dates, for the purpose of ing taxes; I, of orio of my deputies will be at followcollect- IP Aetnavlllo, Monday, Oct. 4. Herbert, Tuesday, Oct., 5. Shreve, Thursday, Oct. 7. Fordsvllle, Saturday, Oct. 16. Gentertown, Monday, Oct. 4, Matanzas, Monday, Oct. 4. Kro'nos, Tuesday, Oct. 5. Ceralvo, Wednesday Oct C. Hofltn, Monday, Oct. lit Buford, Tuesday Oct. 1. BoH's Run, Wednesday, Oct.. 13. Taffy, ThursJay, Oct. 14. Megan, Tuesday, Oct. 12. a reduction. We cany 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. I s Ohio County Drug Co. f (Incorporated.) HARTFORD, KY. Ma.irr FARM DEPARTMENT. r corn-growi- ueits 01 mo to tho great Kilt Xlio I'ixly Killers. "lady killers" tho South and Middle West. Tho Insect An exhibit of normally has a wide range, but, tho kind found In too many homes, Is bo- parts of tho It has been In this country for 0 Inn put on In different yenrs, It has boen unable to spread far tin, Hartford. Stato of Washington by the Washing- depart- - from the original Infestation spots, ton State College extension Trust co Jury Fund CM P. some ground for hope that There Is ment and tho United States Depart- Hartford. Tho attendant damago by this pest this year will bo days jnent of Agriculture. 1st Monday in March 1 was sustained last year. The Com'th. and Civil. wherever tho exhibit hns been held less than European corn borer differs from 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. has been In tho hundreds, both men finding much of interest, all others In that It attacks all and women 1st Monday In July 13 days exception tho "lady killers" are found tlbns of tho plant, with tho Com'th. and Civil. leafy parts. Its attack U days 3d Monday in September tho washboard, tho sad iron, tho of tho broad in very serious Civil. scrub brush, tho water pail, tho short- - sometimes results and Is this phase it dustpan, the ax, and a num- - Jury to tho plant, 4th Monday In November U days feeding activity which makes tho i Com'th. and Civil. her of Implements with which many of dangerous one- women are oblldged to do their work, insect a dreaded and COUHT. COUNT To offset tho "lady killers" was my. Meets first Monday in each month. of ways and means of another exhibit Judge Mack Cook. lightening work in tho home. In this ' Increased Costs Compel Fanners To Avoid Waste, County Att'y. A. D. Klr. Jitneys" a were Included "kitchen With tho increasing price of land, Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. typo of tea wagon icelcss refrigera-- ! COLDS breed and Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. machines, plans for feed, and tho hlgherjiost of labor, it 11 tors, washing necessary that the farmer Superintendent E. S. Howard. Spread INFLUENZA Bimplo water systems, tireless cook-- 1 becoming as possible, any Jnllcr Worth Tichenor. firs, fruit and vegetablo driers, oil eliminate, as far KILL THE COLD AT D. B. Ward. Tax Commissioner m Kfnrra. nnrtablo gas makers, and waste. Ho must make use of all tho ONCE WITH Surveyor C. S. Moxley. of his business much tho manufachydraulic rams. Several L1VIA, KOUTE 2. Coroner E. P. Bodgors. turers showed light and powder same as the manufacturer does. Corntho is produced in practically every secplants suitable for farm homes at F1SCAI COURT. Mrs. Bettie BIcheson is visiting costing anywhere from 5 to 25 cents tlon of tho country, primarily for tho relatives at Heflln. CASCARA&MUININE Meets first Tuesday In April and two name exhibit. Small conveniences grain, and frequently tho stover is Rev. J. C. Craig delivered October. wero also displayed. Getting more disregarded. splendid sermons at Mt. Carmel Sat1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Properly cured stover Is relished by urday and Sunday. fiROMlDt 'conveniences for doing work Into tho Route 3. Is left In live stock, but that which Standard cold remedy for 20 year homo is tho aim of every Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark and chil2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear in uoiei lorm uie, turr, no tho open during disagreeable weathagent. Last year, thru Sunday with Mr. F. D. optatei Drcans up a cold in 24 er Dam. or dren spent hours relieves erin In 3 dart, their advice and by their aid, thous- er is far from being palatablefrom Westcrfield and family, near PleasMoney eacK it it lain, me 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons Stover protected con- nourishing. devices and genuine cox lias a Kea ands of labor-savin- g cop witn Mr. uiua 4th District O. W. Ilowe. Center- a ant Ridge. . GOn ; I veniences were Installed In country tho time it Is cut In, tho field is picture. Mr. Walter Blair returned home town. feed for young stock, Idle At All Drag 5rar Tiomes, thereby lessening the house- valuable Sunday, after spending tho past week Gth District W. C. Daugherty.Bolze- increasing her ef- horses, and cattle that are being carwife's work and Louisville, attending the state fair. town. winter on cheap ration. at ficiency, comfort, and enjoyment of ried over tho of Heflln, Mrs. Dave Havener, (Mi District W. S. Daan, Dundee. The best way to handle corn stove life. spent Sunday with Mrs. John Riche- 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle shredder. This is by means of the son. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart An Aid to method makes it possible to get it la Keeping Farm Accounts Mr. Robert Kirk and family, of ford, Route 6. the barn before tho feeding qualities Hotter Profits. Barnett's Creek, spent Sunday with HARTFORD. and, to be have been Injured by tho weather. Farming is a business, , re- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kirk. Mayor J. E. Bean. Buccessful it must be conducted in a Enough room should always bo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayfleld and Clerk J. A. Howard. Twsinessllke manner. It Involves tho served In the barn to accommodate Mrs. James Bayfield, of East View, Hay may be Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. production and sale of commodities, a good supply of stover. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. WalMarshal E. P. Casebler. just as does manufacturing. The busi- safely stacked out, but it is unsafe to ter Bell. ness man, whether in factory or on try to stack shredded stover. Cars ot ROCKPORT farm, should be constantly consider- must be taken to give the corn ample ndlgcstinn, Biliousness, Constipation. "Afler the birth of my Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. time to cure before it is shredded, questions: ing two Chamberlain's Tablets have restor Clerk N. H. Bratcher. baby 1 had a back-set- ," (1) What profit is my business for it may heat in the mow and be ed to health and happiness hundreds Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. wriles Airs. Alattie Cross-whit- e, come worthless. making? Who were afflicted with indigestion, Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. of Glade Spring, (2) How can that profit be increas- If you hlllnusness and constipation. Top dressing the winter grain crops Va. ed? "I was very ill; are troubled in this way"glve them a ti.o tir-a-t nr Hinsn must lio answered ' such as wheat and rye and in the trial. You are certain tb be pleased thought I was going to "Woman "Wants m before an intelligent effort can be , South oats is highly advisable. crop for they will benefit you. die. ! was so weak I Proper j nure thus applied protects tho to answer the second. .. t couldn't raise my head to accounting leads directly to tho ans- -' from winter Injury as well as adding CERALVO. get a drink of water. I wer to the first question, and henco ' to its plant food. For best results on winter grain tho top dressing mus took . . . medicine, yet I Miss Margaret Hunter is visiting it Is essential to any ' I'l-li- l bo light en6ugh to avoid all danger to Increase profits. didn't get any better. I fit! r?iyliiBri3iHrM plan at Centertown. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Tho problem of the farmer is to of smothering, nor should enough was constipated and very Miss Mary Ethel Everley is attendDissolved In water for douches stops conditions on his own farm in nuro be applied to induce an over-- a ing school at Rockport. pebric catarrh, ulceration and Inflamweak, getting worse' and greatest growth of straw and consequent lodg- way that will give him the mation., Recommended by Lydia E. Mr. and Mrs. Wood Kimmel and worse. IsentforCardui." Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. net returns, year in and year out, for ing of the gram in mo spring, inci children, of Rochester, visited relaA healing wonder for nasal catarrh, the use of his capital, his labor, and dentally, if grass has been sown with tives near here last week. sore throat and sore eyes Economical TAKE Hm extraordinary and itermiddal pwff, his managerial ability. Before ho tho grain, a light top dressing is ono Rev. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell and Sarijla Frey. 50c. all drujsuli, or putmU by methods of Insuring a children, of Island, spent several can bo considered a successful farm of tho best Ifmail. The P.HooToilrt Comwr. Dorian. Mu. i operator he must produce results that "catch." days last week with Mrs. Mitchel's will cover tho value of all these. Capiaunt, Mrs. C. P. Morris and family. To Get Winter Eggs. tal can earn interest without labor Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood wero tin Now since you have culled your cuests of Mrs. Wood's father, Mr. Ad on tho part of its owner, and labor can cam wages without owning any poultry flock it is very necessary to dle Robertson, of near Echols, Sun capital. Tho farmer, utilizing both give the chickens good .clean, well day. In the conduct of his business, should ventilated quarters. Then with prop Mr." Odra Allen, who has been secure returns that will cover both er feeding farmers shoujd got eggs living on the Jim Dank's farm near interest and wages. Not until both during tho winter months when Martwick, has moved back to his of these have been more than cover- prices are always high. home, here. Circular No. 66, prepared by tho "I found afler one botjg succeed when everything else fails. ed can any profit bo credited to the .Mrs. P. L. Wood spent a few days jjj In nervous prostration, and female farming operations. Nothing but re- poultry department of the College of with her piece, Mrs. Erk Fulkerson, tle of Cardui I was img weane.se- - tney are tne supreme turn in excess of Interest and wages Agriculture, is now available and will of Matanza, recently. proving," adds Mrs. remeuy, ai mousands'rmve testuied. on suggestions can properly be considered as net give you valuable Mrs. John Carter has returned FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Crosswhile. "Six botconfeeding for winter eggs. This profit. STOMACH TROUBLE home after spending several days I tles of Cardui and ma- tains a practical feeding ration used There Is reason to believe that ft is the best medicine ever sold with relatives near McHenry. was cured, yes, 1 can say over a druggists counter. ny farmers, owing to a lack of proper on the Experiment Station Farm. Little Miss Electra Everley and iBmsgaasmaBmiMMaBaBi they were a God-sen- d to Tecords, do not know what returns Write and ask for one. Kondell, left last Friday for brother, me. 1 believe I would they actually receive, nor how these the Masonic Home, at Louisville. Pipers. compare with what they should reUndo Sam's Pied have died, had it not been accompanied by their aunt, They were Spasmodic rat extermination cam ceive for their work and the uso of for Cardui." Cardui has Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson and Mr. E. their capital. Doubtless many are paigns aro of course beneficial, but to Barnard. been found beneficial in living on the interest on their capital, secure lasting results constant warMrs. Drusllla Barnard is the guest many thousands of other rat, making small wages or none, and no fare must bo waged against tho of her daughter, Mrs. Luclan Den cases of womanly trousay specialists of tho Bureau of Bioprofits. net nis, of near Paradise.. Write tho U. S. Department of Ag- logical Survey, United States Debles. If you feel the need Misses Ora, Cora, and Master D. C, for partment of Agriculture. Tho necesriculture, Washington, of a good, strengthenJoseph Everley were the guests of Parmers 'Bulletin Gil, Fnrm Book- sity for this is plain In the fact that tholr uncle, Mr. Marvin Everly ,of ing tonic, why not try keeping, which,may be had upon re- rats begin to breed at three months' McHenry, Friday. Cardui? It may be just quest. and have from 6 to 10 litters a year, Miss Hazel Whltlnghlll, of Nelson, what you need. an avorago of 10 young to each Is visiting with WhehaWqman is Nervous-W- omb her cousin, Mrs. John BarSlay Introduce Parasites As Aid litter. ' nard. Most women negject their health, Specialists of tho Department of Against Corn Borer. All and for this they pay tho penalty. It is possible that parasites which Agriculture for years have mado out an Tho Socialists have worked Any woman will una that neglect destroy the European corn borer may studies of rats and method's of Ingenious scheme for getting Deb3 doe3 not pay. A littlo moro attenmatter out of tho brlK. All they have to do bo brought to tho United States to exterminating 'thorn. No tion to health would brighten up her may bo Infested is to elect Dobs president and then help in controlling this pest. Dr. L. how badly a houso life. If sho asks her neighbors sho finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreO. Howard, Chief of the Bureau of with rats, these exports maintain, tho have him pardon hlmsolf. Capper's scription benefits a woman's wholo Entomology, United States Depart- uso of tho methods perfected by them Weokly. system. It not only acts upon tho ment of Agriculture has Just return- will absolutely, and without' doubt, troubles and weaknesses peculiar ed from Europe where ho mrulo an rid the houso of the rodents. tonic to women, but is an Throughout tho United States study of tho boror and its oxcuded that braces tho entire body, overenemy parasites in the cornfields of health authorities are advocating tho coming nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, dizziness and a run-dow- n Franco and Italy. He reports that use of theso methods and gratifying condition. tho corn borer is to bo found In near- results are bolng secured. Thus All druggists. Liquid or tablet form. ly evory Eufopoan field, but that its Kansas has designated a special "rat Send lOo.to Dr.rierce's Invalids' Hotel ravages are not severe, probably duo day." Cincinnati is spending tlrous. in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. a rat campaign, to eoino natural control which checks amis of dollars In Athens, Tenn. "I havo been and similar movements aro being, the insect. oiling with feminine troubles for 25 along tho Gulf VUi D, In the United Statos tho European conducted ut Norfolk, uuu thought I would torn borer does considerable dam- Coast, and in many other cities. In never bo well. I age in some portions pf tho eountry. addition the bureau is constantly givAND had five differtor Massachusetts tho damage to the ing advice to hundreds of corresponent doctors, and In La Grippe coiii, coughs was confined to sweet corn in 1919 was ostimatcd to dents. my bed at times of buildings is tho Neglected Colds are Dangerous bo between 5 and 10 per cent of the A friend told mo crop. It seems evident that there is basic step in rat extermination. Food to try a bottle, of Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze. Doctor Pierce's not, as yet, tho natural means of con- should bo protected nnd sanitary Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Pre-Favoriteand I Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache trol which evidently docs ts much to methods employed for disposal of scription, rats may die In head Cascara Is best Tonic dis- waste food. Where Quinine in this form does not affect the save the European fields from got a bottle and Laxative No Oplato in Hill's. trtnli It onrl fnif. w the walls poisoning Is not recomaster. bo much better that I have never been Tho departmental?! been active in mended, but where this condition can without it since." Mb B. IlEQKEY to eradicate or control this not result barium carbonate worked the effort Gain, R. ff . D. i. any kind of food is tho insect In order to prevent its spread Into almost Ke-owpor-Amo- ng $15,-000,0- 00 -- poison to use. Snnro traps, often called "guillotine traps," aro tho most effective In trapping. Tho traps should be placed In every part of the house that rats frequent. One or two traps aro not enough. The traps should be baited with fresh meats, seeds, nuts, vegetables, fruit or any other food. Tho bureau will bo glad to ndvlso any one regarding tho correction of nny rat condition, upon receipt of full details. Letters should bo addressed to tho Bureau of Biological Survey, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D. C: fr Constipation. Tho beginning of almost every seIf you rious disorder is constipation. want to enjoy good health keep yonr bowels regular) This Is best accomplished by proper diet and exercise, but sometimes n medicine is needed and when that Is the caso you will find Chamberlain's Tablets aro excellent. They nro mild nnd gentle In tholr action, easy 'and pleasant to take. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. in TOBACCO CONSUMPTION JtAI'IDIiV INCHHASIXO DIRECTORY CIRCUIT count. Judge It. W. Slack, Owensboto. C. B. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto 0. MarMaster Commissioner REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenne. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clork Olla Cobb. Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslncer. Marshal Grant Pollard. ( During 1910 thcro were placed on tho American market 39 billion cigarettes, nearly eight billion cigars and 427' million pounds of chewing tobacco and 'snuff. Exports wero: over 1C billion clgnrettes and 7C6 million pounds of leaf tobacco ,tho latter valued at moro than $250,000,000. Imports of leaf tobacco amounted to Itovenuo collected In $86,000,000. 1919 amounted to $205,000,000, of which North Carolina contributed the New biggest share $67,000,000. York nnd New Jersey ranked next In revenue. 4 Mr. Cox is dally demonstrating to the people of the United States of America that oven if it takes to defeat him, it will bo cheap at the price. Chicago Tribune. ' OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT YEAR E. S County Board of Education Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Routo C. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. Dlv. No. 3, Claud Rcnfrow, Duo-dc- o. m Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. Djv. No. 5 Otis Slovens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. C HIIX'S Nat Lindlcy, Center-tow- n. J .County Board of Examiners: E. S Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklff and Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th 17th. EXAMINATIONS ,. T. Common School Diploma May 11 and 1G at Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle.. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers Examination at Hnrtford, (Whlto). May 28 and 29 County Teachers Examinotlon at Hartford, (Colorcd)v nnd Stato . Juno IS nnd 19 .Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle-- , Was Very 5 (White). Juno 25 and 2C County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford (Colored). Sopt. 17 and 18 County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato Teachers' Examination (Colored). at Hartford. Ma-ma- de Every -- H""- - ut ma-me- et Jli f ins For the Children A Safe Old 'r Yermira . r-- f J. W& vfff use Fashioned Mothers Remedy for Worms teati-monial Seventy. fiveyesrscontin. uoususe is the best s (rn) ' M The Woman's Tonic Bitters lecfric FREY'S VERMIFUGE can oiler you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. JOcilxTflleatyouidrugp'.t'ior general tore; or il jrour dealer can't aupplyyou.aend hit nam and 30c in aiampa and we'll end you a bottle promptly. L & S. FREY, Bslikote, Hi. ... WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A . Treafmenl for WEAK- LUNGS or CONSUMPTION .A Druggists & couch!. DUlns la chnt. night iweatl. hemor- rhaeei, weak lunci or consumption. It It does H..I k.tn .. .. wwb.s av.B.M. HI .ft, fWW Il ia.I. uai.. nnltilnrf- LOCK BOX elo. OHIO MEDICAL CO. C0LUMBU8.Q. Aft FORaONEtired,MONTH quick relief for that rua down fcellnc. k' . USELIV-VER-LA- X all-rou- Kill That Cold With CASCARA For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol i Constipation. I QUININE "Hat-proofin- t 3fiV omv ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Fce.ir.Rht nil tho time. Don't lay oih from work for days by taking calomel keeps yotf when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorclievingyourtroid le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don tako anything else. You can't afford eys it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattern and rclievca constipation. , ural remedy, natural in tta actions-- sure in its effect and certain- - in results. bo long before completely displnco calomel in everj home.t Children can tako.it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. without the likeness and signa tur of L. K. GriKsby, For Bale by r c u, eiiiu-j- i. -- iitfsa-i None-genuin- n't e . JO ', -V.T "DOES WHAT THEY SAY IT WILL DO" Hampton Had Not Seen a Well Day In Six Years-Dre- aded to See Night Come. I began taking Tan-lac- ," said Marcus A. Hampton, IIS Popo Strctt,' Louisville, Ky., " I hail not felt well a slnglo day In six years "Sly stomach was so badly out of order," said Mr. Hampton, "that no sooner did I got thru catlngvlhan I would bloat up with sour gas and liavo tho worst sort of pains shoot through my chest. I could not even cat tho lightest kind of foods and feci comfortablo afterwards, and at times could not retain anything I had eaten. I had lost fifty pounds In weight and waB alarmed about my condition, for often I had such bad spoils that I thought my tlmo had surely como. I actually dreaded for night to come, as I couldn't sleep much and always felt as bad In tho mornings as on going to bed, If not worse. "Woll, I was novor able to find anything to give mo an appetlto and start mo up hill until I got Tnnlac. Almost as soon as I began taking this medicine I commenced to climb. I m Just now on my fourth bottle and have regained ten pounds of my lost weight already. , "My appetlto soon got a now start and my stomach trouble began to lose Its grip, and when I finished my second bottlo I was feeling like a new man. Ever slnco then I have been eating Just anything I want and I always feel flno afterwards. Tho gas has stopped forming on my stomach entirely and I never feel a I am always touch of Indigestion. glad when night comes now, for I can sleep like n child and get up In tho mornings feeling fine, rendy for a hearty breakfast and a hard day's work. I am glad to recommend Tan-la- c, for It Is one medicine that I do all they say It will." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Dean, In Horso 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 McHcnry, by S. J. TIchonor. Advertisement. "At tho tlmo parontly Impossible act of causing tho lnrgor particles suspended In tho coffco to sink to the bottom. Tho actual cause of the sinking of an object Is not nt first clear. It U easy to say that an object which Is heavier In proportion to Its size than tho liquid In which It Is placed will sink to tho bottom by tho attraction of gravltntlon and the pressure of tho atmosphere, but this can only bo dono by reason of tho movablllty of tho molecules of the liquid. An iron nnll can bo laid on a cork, yet It will not Blnk through the cork, although tho cork is lighter than water. Articles heavier than water sink In water becauso the molecules are freo to wrlgglo away like mlftions of heamarbles and let-th- e vy object Blnk down. In tho case of tho 'coffee grounds, however, they were originally at tho bottom of tho pot and have been carried upwards and held In suspension by tho boiling process which carries a constant stream of water upwards. When albumen Is dropped Into this mixture, It first cools, the liquid a trifle, Just removing It from the boiling point. Otherwise tho albumen would harden. Then tho albumen, being slightly heavier than water, and having- a glutinous affinity for polld particles, sinks slowly through the water, carrying the coffco grounds with It. As water and albumen havo no affinity, the albumen has no effect upon tho coffee that is held In solution, but only on that which Is held in suspension, and If the coffee be carefully poured It will 'run clear and freo from tho muddy color of a liquid In which the more solid particles have not settled. - COX FAIRY STORY OUT KENTUCKY TOBACCO WRITER NAILED Illinois Central Urges Co-Operati- on IN COUNTRY GENTLE- MAN EXPLODES HIS YARN TO STATE FARMERS. Of Its Patrons The Illinois Central Railroad, like other, railroads, faces the task of tryllng to move a greatly increased amount of business with facilities which are entirely Inadequate It is therefore of the utmost Importance to mnke tho existing. equipment moro efficient through Increased mileage. This can only bo dono through the fullest posls-bl- e between the railroads and tho shippers. hours In which to load cars, and the consignee The shipper Is allowed forty-eig-ht is allowed the same time to unload. By expediting the loading and unloading, they havo It in their power to substantially lncreaso tho number of cars available for serving the public. on all lines is only 70 per cent of the carrying capacity ot The average car-loa-d tho cars. Thus 30 per cent of the total loaded car mileage Is .not being utilized. If all cars could be loaded to full tonnage capacity the car supply would be Increased by "JUST PLAIN PIPE DREAM" Democratic Told Growers That'siump In Market Was "Due to Failure to Ratify Peace Treaty." . mt INSUKE AGAINST CASTORIA KIDNAPPING Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S With tho great wealth flowing to oil company owners thoy are seeking moans to protect themselves and families against misfortune. B. F. Wood, president of an oil company in Oklahoma, has taken out a policy for $15,-00- 0, divided equally onhIs three daughters, insuring them against kidnapping. q THIS MAIL GETS BOOBY' PRIZE pastor j)Kxouxn:s ' ' "UKIj!(2IOUS" DANCES As- "Whon tho American National sociation of Dancing Masters named a slow minuet typo of dnnco "Iho Wesleyan," In honor of John Wesley, foundor of Methodism, along with their protest to tho "Methodist It cannot be denied that the ohureh to remove Us ban oa dancing, Issuo In tho presidential cam-pujRev. J. It. Stratton, of York, characIs Amorlea.nls'1'- versus terized their offorta as "a slimy, silly Princeton Union. stream of moral Infamy." He said ty&. he expected the dance would soon be TAXES! TAXES ARE DUE! called tho "Weileynn wiggle", and that others would tako such names as Your 1920 tax bill has been placed "the Episcopal embrace" "tho Con- with us for collection. Plcaso call at gregational cantor" and tho "John the tho offico and get your's; Baptist bounce" S. A. BRATCHER, o Shoriff Ohio County. It would not seem probably that It would tako a package seven years to gp from tho sta'to of Washington to Oregon via. IT. S. mail, but this Is o record tho long-tim- e IiaI.I liv n nlnrn nf mnM Insf rntilrnflil to" II. H. Qoodfollow, of Castle Rpck, Wash. Tho party to whom It was sent died swatting Its receipt Ef- -j forts nro being made .to Improve ' mall sorvlco. short-dlstanci x Chamberlain's CouIi Remrely. This romedy is Intended especially For Infants and Children for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. From a small beginning Years In Use For Over Its sale and use has extended to all Always bears parts of Iho United States and to the uc&- many forolgn countries. This alono Signature of Is enough to convince ono that it Is a 1 odicino of moro than ordinary merit. RIO GRANDE SHIFTS COURSE. Give it a trial and you will find this m to bo tho case. Approximately 100 acres of MexHE MAY COME TO Is now on the Amorlcan " ican territory THE ONE HE LOVED BEST KENTUCKY SOON aide of the Rio Grande as a result ot tho river changing Its course during An Atlanta husband, having Its recent flood stage. The area, came home the evening of tho which Is In tho lowlands 10 miles of quart el with a parcel under his arm tq an Brownsville, will, according "Darling," he said to his wife, agreomont, between tho United States "look horo. I've got something hero and Mexico, remain undor Mexican for the porson I love best In all the jurisdiction. It Is not 'announced world " Whether It will bo "wet" or "dry" She came forward with a shrug. In the spirituous sense. "Humpl What is it," she said. "A Zbox of cigars?" If your child starts In Its sleep, .grinds Its tooth while sleeping, picks "I havo nothing to wear," comat the noso, has a bad breath, fickle plained the french-heele- d lassie appottto, pale complexion, and dark and she wore it! Minneapolis Trirings undor tho eyes; It has worms; bune and as long as they remain In the inm testines, that child will bo sickly. Capper's Weekly Visitors to our "White's Cream A'ermitugo clears out big cltlos see American women smok'tho worms, strengthens tho stomach ing in restaurants. Women the world and bowels and puts the little one on over seem to bo feeling their oats tho road to hoalth and cheerfulness. these days somo of thorn and are Price 30c por bottlo. Sold by Ohio qelebrattng their war-wo- n freedom In 1 m various ways. We trust it will stop County Drug Co. Warren Q. Harding. 4 before tho hotels take to labeling Announcement Just inado in Louis, EGGSHELL IIIOW AN certain spittoons, "For Ladles Only vlllo is to the effect Unit Senator MAKES COFFEE CLEAU Capper's Weekly. Harding, the Republican nominee for mt may make a number of - At In Japan dresses are frequently President, first sight there seems no sufspeeches In Kentucky In October. The why tho dropping of sold by wolsht. ficient reason State Speakers' Bureau also plans to an eggsholl or two Into a pot of coffeo have many noted Republicans from FOR SALE. every section of the country to speak should clear It of grounds, says tho A less economin this state. "(Sunday American." 6 Senator Harding's dignified, serious- ical housewife will uso some of th Also 2 horses Durock sows with pigs. and one mule. Will minded utterances in the past few of the egg, but this Is not necwhite weeks have brought to him tho praise essary, for enough of the albumen re- sell stock cheap. Jl " CLAUDiKING,' Hartford. of Uio whole country. gains. In the,Bhellito perform the ap- - CASTORIA 30 - o It Would seem that tho whole campaign of Governor Cox Is being based tipon,nn effort to mislead the people. Just one moro fabrication woven to force. Kentucky farmers to believe In the League of Nations lias been uncovered. It will be remembered thnt Governor Cox came Into Kentucky during his campaign for tho Democratic nomination, making n number of speeches. A writer' In a nationally-rea- d agricultural paper, Tho Country Gentleman, dlscusstiig the tobacco situation In this state) goes on to say: "A certain candidate for the nomination for President of the United States (speaking of Mr. Cox) came down to this country making campaign speeches and be made quite n name for himself by his analysis of conditions. His plea was that the bottom had , dropped out of the market because the United States had refused to ratify tliq1 Peace Treaty. Writer Made Inquiry. "I happened along a few days later, and having read what the candidate bad said endeavored to And out the real reason for the drop In the market and the actual condition in regard to foreign buyers. One banker In Pndu-cawho has been In touch with tobacco market conditions for twenty-fiv- e years or more, summed up tho situation as well as any man I met. I began by asking him whether tho refusal to ratify Iho Peace Treaty was responsible for the dlsastrpus slump lu the market. "'No, sir, I should say not,' declared this banker emphatically. 'The man who says It merply-show- s his Ignorance. The Peace Treaty did not have a durned thing to do with this tobacco market. First of nil, Germany nnd Austria, In former years, wero heavy buyers of this' dark tobacco. .Well, they have been out of tho market for several years now, nnd' this year, treaty or no treaty, they could not come back.' "'Thoy hne no money to spend on tobacco. Italy wanted the tobacco bad enough, but it did not have the money to buy It with. The exchange rate is so "low that It could not afford to buy with Italian money, anyway. England Has Enough. " 'All tobacco Imported Into England poos Into tho King's warehouse, from which It Is released upon payment of n pound tax. Now England has enough on hand for a yearundaliairs normal supply. So, as a measure of economy, a government embargo was placed February first on all Importation of tobacco Into England. Since then, Englnnd bus been, out of tho market. Spain 1ms nlwnys been a bit; customer of ours, buying 20,000 hogsheads or so u year. Spain has been off the market entirely this year. At' n matter of fact, our bank- here has handled tho bulk of the deposits for most of these foreign buyers. But this year tho deposits were not made as usual, and from what wo could got from tho buyers wo knew that they would bo pretty much out of tho market.' " nearly For ten years preceding Federal control, tho railroads added to their equipment an average of 118,846 freight cars por year, while during the 26 months ofFederal control the Government added a total of 100,000 freight cars, at the rate of only 2 one-third. 46,-15- ' per year. For ten years preceding Federal control, the railroads added to their equipment an average of 2,569 locomotives por year, while during the 26 months of Federal control the Government added a total of 2,000 locomotives, at the rate of only 923 per year. For ten years, preceding Federal control, the railroads added to their equipment an average of 2,762 passenger cars per year, while during the 26 months of Federal control the Government added no passenger cars whatever. When the railroads went under Federal control on January 1, 1918, each ill-road had upon Its own line an average of 45 per cent of Its own cars, while at the end of Federal control, March 1, 1920 each railroad had upon Its own line an average of only 22 per cent of Its own cars. The result ot this broadcast scattering of tho cars was that the general condition ot the cars deteriorated and was much worse at the end of Federal control than at the beginning. These are some of the reasons why .there Is a shortage of transportation, reasons which everybody ought to know,, but we are now moro concerned about the present and anxious to accomplish the utmost'tbat can be accomplished with the impaired railroad plant with which we'shall have to work until the cars can be brought home and put In shape and additional facilities acquired. I urge that our patrons do their utmost to help ua to keep the cars moving. When d It is considered that freight cars spend of their time in tho hands of the ' shippers, it will bo seen that tho of the shippers Is not only important, but absolutly necessary. The Illinois Central promises to meet Its patrons more than half way and will do everything within its power to servo them. Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. ' one-thir- 1 C, H. MARKHAM, President, Illinois Central Railroad Company. '1' ljmJmmj1mammlmmMjmauML,iluammlj m imiM 111 Ju M LJMLJ1- J.J. LJ iiua imi miTnrT"",""Ti"rrm "tt"T" " f- ittt TTniirTrnnTiiTr'rH'iTTTflT- -' The DependableTractor that Burns Kerosene Completely H. P.Waterloo Boy Tractor is just the kind of machine that we- like to put' into the hands of our customers. The v; sa 1225 - That saves engine trouble no kerosener gets into the lubricating oil. There is no carbonizing of cylinders or fouling of spark plugs. -- Imsihess. long-continue- d years of service on the farm. Every time we sell one, we feel the assurance that the pwner is going to get fully satisfactory service from it. And that means a. great deal to the future of our There is nothing experimental about it. Its dependability Jias been fully proved in Right along with its dependability for good work, there is another big feature that you will appreciate every day you use the Waterloo Boy. It burns kerosene completely. Its patented kerosene manifold one that you low-price- can get on no other tractor converts all of the gas, fuel into a enabling the engine to get' full power from every drop. d Highly-combustib- le easy to keep in good running order. The working parts, fully protected from dust, are placed where you can easily get at them, whenever necessary, through inspection plates and detachable casings. The engine, perfectly balanced and mounted on a solid foundation runs without vibration no racking of mechanism.' Gears are steel-cu- t and practically everlasting. It is equipped with. Hyatt Roller Bearings, famous throughout the world for conserving full power. All bearing points and gears are kept constantly in a1 bath of oil by a positive system of lubrication. case-hardened And it saves many dollars in fuel cost every year of its operation. You are sure to like all of the Waterloo Boy's other features. It is simply made; Be sure to come in some day soon and get fully acquainted with the Waterloo Boy. JAKE WILSON, Manager , FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. full-stoc- k, K -- ji -- ii A 4 rnor Edwin P. Morro AND THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR. Will address the voters of this section of the State in the big Republican Rally to be held in " HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Monday, October 4th, at 1 O'clock P. M. Men and women of all political parties are cordially invited to be present W. S. TINSLEY, Chairman m u m , I,, I, , C. O. HUNTER, Secretary , iii I j of C. W. Arnold, ct nl motion for now road, at tho foot of tho hill Southeasfc-- or said Oiler's dwelling house. Said changos In said publ'i road to bo 30 feet in width. Also said proposed new road to bo 30 feet In width. These proposed changes and tho establishment of tho proposed section of now road contemplating and your petitioners will ask the court to discontinue that portion of " is guarding convicts on some moun and are carried to the distant organs. Soft spongy and bleeding gums glvo tain road construction work, is some STRAY STREAKS smooth bird. When he gets real warning of approaching abscesses. By I. D. Claire.) "dry" he proceeds forthwith to arLady Attendent. (By Fluko McFluke.) I am liugglng a host of pleasant rest a bootlegger and confiscate his Yours respectfully, memories of my recent visit to stock. I am going to apply to the Judge Cook took Mrs. Henry CarDR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, n half column of defamatory Governor for a Job of guarding con- son, Mrs. John B. Wilson and my Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky ucrirapaper notoriety Is not one of victs on mountain road work. Oflce opens S:30 a. m., closes 1 wife to the poor house Tuesday. I 2hem. I don't caro so much for the haven't talked with Carson and Wil- p. m., promptly. Zsgcrsoli watch stuff, but I am o I'd like to forget Eck Rial, but I son since their wives returned, but orer the charge that I hugged am reminded of him forty times a somehow my wife don't pear to be NOTICE OF MOTION FOR CHANGE Ityt .Nail. day. There is a delivery man in Cen- satisfied with the homo surroundings IN THE PUBLIC ROA11 AND tral City, who drives an old gray quite like she used to be. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF wagon, and looks Albert Cox had better go slow or horse to a A NEW ROAD. 2 shall tell the bear story on him. I like Eck. I am also reminded Bat Nail swears by everything good .'jt'o Albert, but I am like the Lord, of the "Kaiser," but our and bad that this is going to be his Notice Is horehy given that n king, I no- last week to cut kindling, tote coal, xvhnm I love I chasten. street corner Arnold, James Young and oth tice, still has the scallops on the tops make fires and shake up the shucks ers, will flle their amended peti3 to the ball game Sunday of his sacks., t In his bed when he gets up of morn- tion in tho Ohio County Court, on g and after setting In a ings. Monday, October 4, 1920, In tho ac sun on the grand stand untlf the The stranger in a community has tion of C. W. Arnold, et nl., motion trlobn-nthe second Inning I could not his limitations. There will be a, This little cold spell mako3 a fol- for now road, being tho first Monretail any serious offense I had com- fourteen car circus at Greenville Fri- low in B. V. D's. with little or no top day in October, 1920", and the date mitted recpntly for. which I should so day. I have a pocket full of com dressing on feel like ho was a Sep on wfylch tho regular term of tho smelly punish myself, and I hoofed plimentary passes, with no friends to tember Morn with nothing on but n Ohio County Court Is held in said county, praying said court for an orit up town. "Those who have eyes give them to. But I will no, tho fog wave. to sdo let them see," was the language Madam will see this. der and judgment changing the pub. to tho author of the apocolypso, and I. D. Claire says ho feels outraged lic road in Ohio county as hereinafJ don't havo eyes to seo base ball. Life's chief pleasure Is In looking over the fact that I told the little sto- ter set out, and for the establishforward to events that never occur. ry of he. and Battle hugging ozh ment of a new road according to the I havo seen a few celobfities; very other. Mr. Claire maj think it dop- - metes and bounds hereinafter stat i'wot. Not enough to boast of, but Idloness Is thievery against tho gon strango (I knew I do) but Bat" ed. thoro wero two people, now gone community, to which every one owes has not spoken to me since and if Will respectfully ask tho court to Inence, whom I shall always regret a useful service. either of those birr's ever harbored change the Arnold and White Run vtivor having seen., They wore Ella about 50 such a thing as real friendship for public road, beginning tV&auler Wilcox and Ralph Waldo Nature deals with men In multi- anybody, I have, so It seems, lost with yards South from tho public road Kaiprson. Tho man has no heart who tudes, and takes little account of the each bridge across Caney Creek, about ono uroiild not have known the author fortunes of Individuals. It directs half mile South of White Run; thence vT Poems of Passion, and no head the destiny of aggregates without Tho employe who most faithfully South around the foot of tho hill, who would not with pride havo known counting the cost of personal sacri looks after the small details of his about B0 yards over tho land3 of the Immortal Emerson. These two fices, in tho achievement of its ends. employer's business Is safely un the Charlie Bratcher tp tha lands of wsajlsts have written tholr Inspira- The frost of a single autumn night road leading to that department, Buel Wllkerson; thenco South, and tion ugar";t tho effacement of tho closes forever the Bummer-lon- g from the rest' of the coticer Southwest over tho lands of said of ,tthe winged Insects of the by doors upon the outer slde,of which Wllkerson around tho foot of tho hill mains touch of time. . field. ' ' said, road - at tho may- - be found the word "PM VA rE!" to Intorsect with An English novelist Is out in a ao foot of the hill on the opposite side AUdoment urging husbands to lie to STOCK FOR SALE. Wo would bo willing to bet two thereof. JlteJr wives a little sometimes to mako One registered polled durham bull, hits that that 'newfangled, g Also another chango in said road, thein happy. But to a married man 2 extra good, polled durham cows and aparatus Bill Schlommer has beginning at tho corner of the lands ilint ndvlco will appear to como about calves, 1 jorsoy cow, 1 mare 6 years put In his bakery has appliances for of Buel Wllkerson and C. H. Murxii thousand years too lato. old good stock, priotd rujht making & lot of big holes In a Ioif of phy; thence S. ovor the lands of said E. P. BARNARD. Murphy, about 400 yards to the lands nread. "That fellow, Charlie Wedding, who llt4p Route 2, Hartford. . of Buckner Maiden; thence in same & Bring mo your Junk and get your direction over tho landsf Buckner fertilizer, seeds and farming imple Maden about 50 yards to intorsect said road near tho dwelling house ments. .BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Hart-iord.l- mor-"Xlfl- said public road established by order of said court on Juno 4, 1920. fron tho point whore it Intersects with tho Arnold and White Run public rond on Chnrllo Brntcher's lands to tho lands of George Oiler, whoro tho now road proposed herein Intersects said road. W. S. GAINS Road Engineer, C. S. MOXLEY, Co. Survoyor ABIJAH ARNOLD, JAMES YOUNG. 13tS one-hor- se ys pop-cor- I RT-r.- OUR broll-v-D- M f -- never was more attractive than our showing for fall . OURS cluu n mJ -- sep-arat- ed con-Ce- rt in styles that will appeal to the most fastidious dressers. Every Suit and Dress are exclusive models no, two alike in our whole stock. A wonderful assortment of styles, fabrics and colors. f dough-mixin- An Array of Cloaks for Women and Children that's Seldom Seen. : D. L. D. SANDEFUR, of said Maden. 3 t The Standard Paint and Lead Works i CLEVELAND, O. 13t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. oe DENTAL NOTICE. Now is the time to have your Den-work attended to. Winter is coming with rain and snow which makes old teoth ache and abscess. Abscessed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" are dangerous. You are continually swallowing Each this deadly poisoned pus. nouthful of food carries this infection Into the stomach. It Lowers vitality which Invites cancer of tha i mouth, throat and stomach, Diph Pneumonia, theria, Tuberculosis, Influenza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, Mioumatlsm, Anoemia and even death frequently results from continually swallowing pus, A mouth containing decayed teeth s a poisonous laboratory, which sends a host of bacterialnto the elementary tract. They multiply rapidly thus gain access to the lymphatic system al A complete line of House Paint, Barn Paint, Roof :Z Paints, Floor Paints, Varnishes, Shingle Stain, Oils, Etc. Goodyear Liquid Cement, guaranteed TEN : T.EARS. Every gallon guaranteed. Sold direct to consumer. 2 Write or call, C. D. THAXTON, ,.v uSAi . - Sales Manager f , HI i M H H H.f Also to establish a new public road, beginning at the Leach School house and Horse Branch public road, at or about COO yards west of tho Leach school house; thence Northwest over the lands of Granville Kelly, about 500 yards to the lands of Sam and Mattlo Crowe; thence In same direction over the lands. of said Sam and Mattle Crowe, about 300 yards to tho lands of Bert Arnold; thence In samo direction over the lands of said Bert Arnold about 300 yards to the lands of Reedy and Aloda Ferguson; thence in same direction over the lands of Bald Roedy and Aloda Ferguson, about 400 yards to the lands of William and Maggie Underbill; thence in same direction over the lands of said William and Maggie Underbill, about 400 yards to the lands of George Oiler, Intersecting the new road established on the 4th day of June, 1920, by Judgment of the Ohio County Court In the action Skirts, Waists and Blouses that are Sure to Please. Quality is always the first consideration at this store, and price and quality are always on a par here. What we want is an opportunity to show you our new r. The quality of the fabrics, the styles, the tailoring of the garments, at the prices, makes the sale. We leave it all to you. Come in and look, is all we ask. Ready-to-Wea- E, P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. r & f-r tt an aiWHii-- 4i