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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 48 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, May 27, 1921. - tlon nil business heretofore entrustreview In Brooklyn, the President OWENSBORO DISTRICT 27 PASS IN COMMON COOLIDGE URGES the firm. walked across tho hall to a group QUOTA IS ANNOUNCED SCHOOL EXAMINATION ed to tendered nndMr. Kirk has also been has accepted the wounded soldiers from of fifty-tw- o position of local Counsel for tho I..C. Island. REGARD FOR LAW 5,000 HERO DEAD the Fox Hills Hospital, Stateu wish I M. '. Cli, S. Charge (jitotns and Direc- Il Applicants "How are you boys? I For Teacher Certlfl- - R. R. Co., the L. & N. and the L. H. & St. L. Railway Companies. n tors In .:j:,mmi,ooo rati", In Recent Ev- could shako you nil by tho hand," uNo iinmuil. ho said. iinilniitlou. Vice President Defines Our CAUGHT BIG CATFISH Prays Nation Will Never Mrs. Harding meantime stopped to Real Menace 'As shake the hand of n paralyzed soldier More Be called To Sums to bo raised by charges in In the examination conducted In Noatley Jones, son of Mr. George P. and her eyes filled with toars as she tho Owensboro District of the Metho- Beaver Dam, Fordsvllle and Hnrt-for- d, Radicalism. Make War. Jones, residing about five nlles took n pink rose from her gown and dist Episcopal Church, South, in the May 4 for common school above Hartford, In Washington the pinned It upon his blouse. Christian Education Movement, from diplomas 58 appeared for the test. country, caught a catfish last Monday Speaking at tho regimental review May 29 to June 5, have been nn-- 0 Thirty-on- e disappointments and 27 New York, May 23. Respect for A nation so New York, Mny 23. that weighed 51 pounds. The fish Ilrooklyn, ' righteous and co JiiHt that "wo shall in "I am very tho President said: the nounced by W. F. Davidson, who, successes resulted. The tests wore was 3 feet and 7 Inches In length and the law and opposition to radicalism happy to have had financial director for the district. considered to have been unusually wero urged upon Americans tonight Its head never be called upon to mako war bo experience of witnessing the make up, .is the district effort to rnlso difficult which accounts for the largo This was almost 10 Inches across. by Vice President Calvin Coolldge la long as God and men rulo together," and something of the tralnlng'of this the largest fish to be cap$90,000 of the $1,120,000 which 1 number of failures to make the rewas the prayer of Freelilont Harding wonderful organization. tured In Rough River this year, in so an address at tho one hundred ana I can not to bo applied largely to the nccdf quired grade entitling them to the far as our knowledge twonty-fiit- h anniversary celebratlt-of u late today he reviewed survivors extends. you tho Impressions 1 havo of six Kentucky schools and colleges, j coveted diploma. uite toll of tha New York Commercial. the World Wnr at si roglmontal re- been hnvlng while I watched your Mr Davidson, who will open Tennjson Payton, of Beaver Dam, tho apAny class or organization, he said. view .n Ilrooklyn. AIRPLANES CROSS COUNTY maneuvers. Somehow, In the won peal Sunday, May 29, in an address headed the list with a percentage of undertaking to obtain for itself priv"It must not ho again," was his derful Impression you left I knew se Greenville, also made public the 93 Those who made the ileges not open to any other class or solemn declaration oarllor In the day curity for tho republic In that assur- at te Three acrpplanes, said to bo names of tho chargo directors. grade entitling them to a diploma when he nttonded a memorial service ance which come3 of n voluntary milifrom Dallas. Teas, to Wash- organlzltatlon was hostile to AmeriTeams of speakers, organized by were: Edwin C. Blair, Gladys N. Tay- ington, can Institutions and a monaco to Amfor 5,000 war dead on the great army tary organization which can be perD. C, flew over Ohio Counlocal churches, are now acquainting lor, Ciara Hoover, of Hartford; Irene ty Monday, two passing about mid- erican liberty. Piers In Hobokou. fected as yours has been. If I were purposes of the great Odoil, Mary N. Wilson, Denver Fore"There Is a right of cuntract of way betwen this placo and Beaver The stimo thome spoken before a rosident of Brooklyn Indeed as n laymen with the 533,000,000 effort of the Southern man, i.llldred DeHaven, Fordstho living and the dead brought resident and citizen of tho republic ' Dam and the other passing over Bea- agreement and association among Into fortify national vllle; William . McDaniel, Olaton; ver Dam. Two tars to his eyes and to tho eyes of I'd Join you In prldo In the history .lenomlnntlon of them were in sight dividuate whi'h i protend so long ; Elizathose who had followed him thru a and In the achievement of the pres- thought and conscience by building 'inrnett Johnston, Narrows at the same time, while the third as the en'l fought Is equa. Justice,' up tho resources of Christian educa- beth Robertson, Rockpart; 'ieniyson ho contlm.Kl "Any ef.'ort which day's program crowded with events. ent condition of tho 2.trd Regiment was about five minutes to the rear. Pay'on, Ellis Park. Alton Chlnn, Hentional Institutions. contemplates coercion and force l3 mm At a luncheon of the Academy of Po"It has a good deal more to boast an Interference with our conception litical Science and at nTllnner cele- than that you began in the Civil also are being held by the congre- ry C. liar, George R. Taloi, SMbert BASE BALL URIELS. Mulllkln, George Barnes, Estill. of American liberty and is justly de--; brating the one hundred and twenty-fift- h War when the union was threatened. gations. Malcom Barnes, Katherlne Tho list of charge quotas and direc anniversary of tho Now York There Is a good deal more to' boast An Interesting ball game was play- nounced by American law. Her, Beaver Dam. Colored, Marie Commercial ho had expounded the than that you were first on the soil tors follow: ed at the Park just below town last Defines Equalitv. Hlnes and Katherlne Morris, Hart- Sunday, Beaver Dam, Luther Chlnn, putting the goerrii"PM on a of Belgium, which made tho first lined of between Beaver Dam and "It Is true that wo hold to tho theford. Calheun, Glover H. Cary, business basis and of reconstructing sacrifice In defense of tho world's Mogg. Beaver Dam copped the long ory of equality not of character or In the Teachers' examination con- end of a Industry. civilization. The great boast which Centertown, L. W. Carlisle, tho nation's business and short score by one marker, possession, but equality of oportunlty ducted last Friday and Saturday the A. Grant, Central City Ills audienco listened to his every Is yours Is that you make a very the tallies being 4 to 3. and equality before the law. Cloverport, D. B. Phelps, $3,- - 20 and 21st, 49 applicants appeared. hut It great offering In tho conflict for preword attentively .earnestly The McHenry second string nine This does not mean that tno govAs under the law, the Teachers' pawas at tho military functions that he served civilization and are still a 308; Drakesboro, D. D. Duncan, came over Saturday for a ball game ernment guarantees any standard .ot pers have been forwarded to the State Dundee, J. E. Mitchell, stirred their emotions. with the local boys and lost by the achievement to Its citizens, but that unit today, ready to Board of Education, or to the State count of nine to 1; And varied must have been the servo your country when occasion deFordsvllle, Felix J. Sanders three. In Its dealing with them It will grant office, Frankfort, emotions of the President himself. mands. I hopo you will never be Greenville Circuit, W. E. Bur-dett- e, Superinendent's Fordsvllle will be here Sunday for to all an opportunity to be heard and. where the grading Is done, it will pro- a game with tho home aggregation, $2,819; Greenvlllo StatloiijjC. ('ins Salute Ma) flower called. the right to a decision based on the II. Jagers, $6,487; Hartford, W."H. bably be two or three weeks before which will be called promptly at evidence and a thrill at the roar of heavy First the law, without favor "Somehow there Is a new felling notices of the result will be announc- 2:30. This promises to be a Barnes, $5,190; Hawesville, Ed N hard and without prejudice. It Is the guns as the presidential yacht In my breast today I saw 5,000 sol ed. fought battle. and without prejudice. It Is the besteamed Into New York har- dier dead somehow there has been a Lamar, $2,270; Lewlsburg, J. V. Mc o lief of an American that he creates bor and came to her nnchorage amid prayer In my heart over since that Reynolds, $3,243; Lewlsport, B. H. NEXT EXAMINATIONS FOR TO THE VOTERS opportunity; that his achievement, the salutes of a hundred warcraft In there shall be a nation so rightous Lott, $2,919; Livennore, A. D. Davis, TEACHERS JUNE 17-1- 8 OF OHIO COUNTY $4,531; Mnceo, Miss Hattle Hadley, his destiny, his greatness He not In tho Hudson. Then tho catching in nnd just that wo shall never be called others, but In himself. tho throat as ho arrived in Hohokeu upon to make war so long as God $2,595; Brecklngridgo Street, II D The next or second examination to I hereby announce that I "There is need to resist radicalism, at the bivouac of the dead, entered and men may rule together. I hope Stein, $2,108; Owensboro droit, J. be held, for Teachers' certificates Is withdrawn as a candidate for havo Tax not because f.ho shcd-lik- o piers which served as a you will never be called, but If you H. Hicks $1,216; Settle Memorial, to be conducted at Beaver Dam on the it may overthrow the govtemporary tomb for the thousands of are I should only nsk that tho 23rd II. D. R niro, $7,751; Third Street. R third Friday and Saturday, June 17- - Commissioner of Ohio County for the ernment, but because It is a disturbreason that we have had illness In ing imftns serve In the future ns It has In the M. Castleland, $4,531; Woodlawn, W. 1S. This examination will be for and wasteful element in society. bravo lads whose our family, and to this date I havt O. Rlcca.'d, $2,10S; Rochester, J A. "This does not mean resistance to covered tho floors row upon row, and past. both elementary and State certifi- been unable to make any canvass the growth and expansion of our conlaid upon the casket of a humble pri"And another impress came to me Wallace, $1,C21; Sacramento, .1. L. cates. It wjll also be the last ex- whatever. The duties of my office Eads, $3,243; South Carrollton, Mack stitution, but It does represent revate from Michigan the first Ameri- today. What a wonderful welcome amination to be held dur'ng the year, will soon require all ot my time and sistance to any change in Its underlycan killed on Gorman soil a wreath you gavo us In Brooklyn. I don't be- Furgeson ?2,789; U.auley. W. J Fos- until the third Friday and Saturday therefore render it impossible for me ing principles. Stephensport, M. L. In September, which makes that served as a symbol for nil tho lieve I over dreamed there were so ter $2,10S; It high- to make a canvass to an extent wor.ti country's war dead. "There are those who speak ot many children In tho United States of Wegenist, $1,865. ly important that all who expect to while. Robinson, Tho Rov. Dr. Leonldas overthrowing tho government," And later tho cheering welcome of America sweet, rollicking, laughing, ho teach, avail themselves of this op I am truly trankful to my many said. children's voices tho voices of tens hopeful children of the republic. I educational secretary of the Louis portunity to secure a certificate. friends thruout the County for the "In America this reduces Itself to of thousands of children waiting to don't bellove anyone with responsibil- ville Conforencn and ojo ot the leadactive Interest they havo displayed the absurdity of overthrowing greet him as be motored to Brooklyn ity can rldo thru such a company of ers In the present movment says that C. E. SMITH ANNOUNCES FOK the: In my behaU. people, for hero the people are tha thru tho city's cosmopolitan East Amorcan childhood as we did this tho benefits to Kentucky institutions COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY I remain most respoctfully, your government. will be great. These Institutions are Administrations and Side. afternoon without having a new obedient Servant, Kentucky-Wesloyan College, Winmay change, havo changed, as at Then a quickening of tho pulse In bis- heart. I havo resolved, Hon. C. E. Smith of Hartford, who D. E. WARD. the last election when the people enwhen in tho 23rd Regiment armory my fellow Americans, that I wanted chester; Logan College, Russellville; is just rounding out his first term of Elk-toMorton-Elliott Junior College, trusted thler destinies to a" wise and. in Ilrooklyn ho saw survivors of the tho children who hailed us this afservice as Commonwealth's Attorney TRIPLETS d war-tor- n man from Ohio, who, in John C. C. Mayo College, Palnts-vlll- for this District, has formally an106th swing bravely past ternoon t'o havo tho samo republic, Llndsey-Wllson Training School nounced his candidacy to succeed their service tolls on from day to him, rank after rank, at a review held the same liberty, tho same rights, McMr. and Mrs. Ed Skeeters, of In his honor. tho samo justice the samo hopes that of Columbia; Marvin University at himself to that Important office. Henry, are the parents of triplets, day, seeking not his own but the pubAnd finally, tho laying asldo for a wo Inherited from those who went be-f- Clinton. It is the unanimous opinion o born Wednesday night. Tho three lic's welfare. "There Is discontent and unemploymoment of the emotions of the day us. I want them to havo our those in a position to be acquainted little girls are normal, ot fair slz? to lay before his nudionco tho prob- America, free, untrammeled, confiMRS. w. G. WAItD. with Mr. Smith's conduct ot the af- and In apparent perfect phjsieal con- ment at home; there are disorders America In dent of Itself. lems that face post-wfairs of the otfico during the past five dition. Dr. J. S. Smith is watching abroad. Their remedy lies In our Mrs. Annie P. Ward, aged 53 years years, that he has been unright, hor reconstruction period. "If you havo ever had any doubt over the mother-an- i her tiny daugh- - loyalty to our government, In our obedience to constituted authority, and fearless in the discharge ters. of the righteousness of the republic, 7 months and 26 days, wife of W. His Day Crowded. I that our own country, strong, well detracting Without Tho President's day in tho metropo- If you have ever had any doubt about G. Ward, died at their home near of his duty. ordered, resolute, may continue to bo BENNETT CONDIT lis was so crowded that ho had tho wisdom of tho founders, I ask you Nocreek church, Tuesday eyenlng at from the honor ot any ot the long the prosperous abiding place ot such, scarcely a moment of rest from tho to tuiu egaln to he picture of this af- 7:30, after an illness of Brlght's di- and able list heretofore serving this Mr. Haskell L. Bennett and Miss an Institution of publicity and educatime tho Mayflower dropped anchor ternoon and see these children, garb- sease of some 18 months duration, District as Commonwealth's Attoruntil ho again boarded tho yacht lato ed In essentially the same raiment although the direct cause of death ney, Mr. Smith has displayed as much Martha L. Condlt wero united In tion as we have met here this mornparticipating In tho samo salutations, was dilatation of the heart. Funeral ot real worth and merit as the best marriage May 21st., at the home of ing to honor and acclaim, tho strongtonight to return to tho capital. New York gavo him an enhuslastlc shining with tho same laughter, services were conducted yesterday af- of them all. No more could bo said, the Bride's parents, Rev. R. T. Har- hold of an enlightened liberty, tha supporter ot an advancing civilizawelcome. Great crowds cheered htm cherishing the same hopes, rising In ternoon at 3 o'clock at tho Nocreek no less should be said. In going be- per officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and tion." everywhere ho went. Tho greeting the hopefulness of youth to the samo M. E, Church, after which Interrment fore his constituents, asking for an that reached his heart, however, was opportunity In life. Ah, let no one ot the remains took placo at the indorsement ot his stewardship, ho Mrs. U. S. Condlt, of near Hetlln, a MRS. INEZ GRIFFIN'S Is but following a precedent set by popular and highly esteemed young Carson Burying grounds. that given by Young America tho challonge! BODY BROUGHT HERE Mrs. Ward had been n consclen-clou- s long years of custom. Frankly, we lady, while the bridegroom Is a son "It may be true that sonfo of these 250,000 school children who lined tho christian and member ot the believe the mark ot public approval of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal P. Bennett, miles of tho route to the Brook- children are not prepared to embrace three Tho remans ot. Mrs, Inez Griffin, opportunity, but the wonderful thing Methodist Church since early in lite, .should be attached. an also of the Hetlln country, lyn armory. who died at the homo ot hor daugh- energetic and highly respected young These children, granted a halt of America is that opportunity beck- a splendid woman, by nature kind tor, Mrs. Arthur D. Buskill, In HousShe was J. W. GRAY ANNOUNCES man. holiday, stood In a drizzling rain, ons to alt these young Americans and unusually sympathetic. ton, Texas, during the night of last CANDIDACY FOR J. IN O. C. Wo o!n their many friends In wish waving flags and cheorlng wildly as alike. Ask them to enter into the the elder ot tour children born unto success andliap- - Sunday, were brought here for burial, privileges of the republic. And It Mr. W. P. and Mrs. Sophia, Ambrose ing for them a life of tho presldental car came in sight. arrlYing early yesterday morning, d In this will be found tho an- plness. Tho treblo of their childish voices you want another picture, find It be- Bennett, deceased. Besides her and were taken to the homo ot her I was making she is survived by one daughter nouncement of James W. Gray as a rose In a mighty crescendo that fore mo now. When sister, Mrs. R. H. Gillespie and Mr. FIFTH SUNDAY SERVICES brought radlent smiles froii tho the inspection I was not so much Mrs. Godfrey Bennett, who with her candidate for tho Republican nomiGillespie. Funeral services w:ro shining arms and husband resided with them, also tour nation tor Justice ot the Peace, Disconcerned about the President and Mrs. Harding. by Rev. T. T. Frazler, Rev. T. T. Frazler, the pastor, will conducted youngsters of No.v York low- the way they wero kept. I was not brothers and two sisters: S. E. Ben- trict No. 5, composed of Beda, The Bartlett and Hefltn precincts, preach at tho Hartford M. E. Church from the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Giler T3ast SIdo with its polyglot popula- quite so much concerned about the nett of Decatur, Ala., Mrs. W. S. lespie yesterday afternoon at 2 tion, guve him the nolslotit greeting. Inslgnn on tho shoulders of the serv- Tlnsley and D. S. Bennett of Hart- Mr. Gray resides In the B.artlett Pre- on next Sunday, both morning and ev o'clock, after which the remains wero so faithfully In ford and Mrs, Logan Felix and Wea- cinct. He Is a progressive farmer, ening at the regular hours. All are Onco tho President ordered his car ice men who served deposited in Oakwood Cemetery bestopped while ho stopped out Into tho the war. I was rather caught by tho ver and Charlie Bennett of Owensbo- 52 years of age and possesses the cordially Invited to attend. side her husband, Mr. W. II. Griffin, mm of racial origin lntho faces of ro. Tho latter three by a second necessary qualifications to render a Tain and shook hands with a numW blend and children of East who preceded her In death some ten Mrs. Irn Allen ot tho imcreditable performance tho men. I saw In this group the marriage of Mrs". Waid's father. f little girls. portant duties ot tho office to which Hartford, loft last week end for Chi- years. 4,l nover know there worff o many citizens and defenders of the repubThe deceased lady was a daughsago. III., where they go to Join Mr. PICKING IlERIHES he aspires. , children In America," said the resi- lic, who it Bceined to mo, camo from m Allen who Is employed in tho windy ter of Capt. William Miller, nnd origins across the seas that represent dent. "It was wonderful." the age of 68 years." She waa city. Bean, WOODWARD AND KIRK Raymond Gray, William almost every land In tho clvllls-oHoys' Itunil Serenades. born nnd roared iu Ohio County and SEVER PARTNERSHIP fighting Herbert Ralph, Otha Leo, Ronal Is youthful Another demonstration of youth- world. Hero Miss Loulso Smlser, who has been spent the most ot her lifo in Hartblond Estos and George .Dudley Williams, ful patriotism that pleased the Pres- America which is the world, of the composed a party of six boys who left & teaching In the Cunningham High ford. She is survived by one daughTho law firm of Woodward standcitizenship of tho old ident wan a sorenndo by the boys' Kirk, composed of E. M. Woodward School during the year just closed ter and one son: Mrs. A. p. Buskill ing In absolute cqualPy hero, rody here Monday for Pembroke, whoro band of 400 pieces. Returning to wont to spend three weeks pick- and A, D. Kirk, due to the appoint-menf- stopped oft hero onroute to hor home of Houston and Mr. Charlgs W. Grifhotel In Manhattan from tho regi- to Jvfend the i "public and It affairs y they his Mr. Woodward as Asslstaut in Cynthlana, this week, to spend a fin of Dallas, Texas, both of whom acing strawberries. These with numerIs nothing finer than the quail-'mental review, ho ordered his car There companied the remains horo. Also No other laud imdr.r ous other young boys are to be look- General Counsel for the L. & N. R. few days with Miss Elizabeth Davidof America. stopped while ho spoke a few words and Smiser two sisters, Mrs. Nettle M. Held of R. Co., has been mutually dissolved. son.' Misses Davidson same reward of ed after and cared for by representa of appreciation to the young musi- tho sun offer3 tho Rockport and Mrs. It. II. GUIespla merit. Let is keep the Airorlca we tives ot the Y. M. C. A. until their re- - Mr. Kirk succeeds to the firm's bu- wero classmates while In tho Unicians. ot Hartford. prosecute to complo- - versity of Kentucky. siness and will turn home. At the conclusion of tho military Inherited, Cum-p.ilg13-1a 10-1- 1. f Mass-meetinHa-zelrl$3,-24- 3; $5,-83S; $1,-94- 6; $5,-S3- S; $1,-62$1,-941; 6; $1,-75flag-coverof-fl- cs n; o; clear-vlsloneor ar dll-llgc- nt hus-bano Bu-for- d, be-yo- ud of fiZV, REPUBLICAN ACT oil to ronclcr Biioh sorvleo or to wonr the uniform of such servlco of the United States." HOUSE FIGHTING FOR BUDGET BY PRESIDENT Takes View That He Miouhl Mine Chief Hand In .Shaping I'liinu- - ENDS GRAIN GAMBLING I . piioxouncu tiii: ZKN'KMX A dal Program. Washington. May 23. Difference' the House and Senate , to whether power to make up tho national budget shall be placed In the White House or the Treasury Department aro being Ironed out In conference, ns the result of separate action on tho bills put thru each legislative body. The House bill creates two prlncl-a- l agencies, the bureau of the budi and the general accounting office Tho House bill Is built upon tho principle that the President of tho Unit-aStates Is the only official elected by all the people, and hence tho only official who Is pledged to carry out platform obligations of the party In power. Today he Is tho only official elected by all the people pledged to bring about economy In the Government service. He appoints, with the advice and consent of the Senate, the ten Cabinet members; he appoln'j the members of Independent estabWe do not appropriate lishments. money simply for the purpose of making appioprfatlons; we approprlite nouey to carry out work planned for The President the Government. alone formulates this plan. He has very recently laid a part of his pUn before us and before the country which It Is proposed the Government of the United States must carry out, md In order to do so, certala must be made. The appropriations are necessary for the execution of that plan. The President being the one official that makes the plans, it seemed 'o the members of the House committee, irrespective of the party to which they belong, that the President when he Is making his work plans should take into consideration the cost of the execution of these plans. hotwoon ct French offlcors at Pari assert tbat tho German ZeppelinN proved a failure during tho war, n9 in rule evident Committee by tho publication of tho figures In Merlin. It appears that $3 of this bl typo of aircraft wero sent out alWashington, Mny 23. Tfiat the together and that CO of them were passage by the Houso of tlio bill re- destroyed, a fearful percentage. Of stricting trading In grain futures will this nunibr 3 1 were brought down by bo of Immense benefit to the farming tho allies, 13 burned, 10 smashet Interest of the country Is the opin- while landing, four fell thru motor ion of Representative Frank W. Mon- trouble, two wero ruined getting Into dell, of Wyoming, the Republican the hangars, ono was struck by lightfloor loailor. He says ning and one blown out to sea. "The committee has endeavored as I understand it, to retain a wide opDEPARTMENT portunity for dealing and trading, WELFARE FAVORED BY FESS In cash grain and In futures, both nnd preserving that opportunity is Washington, May 21 Proposals n very important one, I think, for the Harding for a Departgrain trade and. for the grain grow-or- s. by On the other hnnd, the commit- ment of Public Welfnre have been tee proposes to outlaw by prohibitive put Into tho form of a bill by Chairtaxation certain purely speculative, man Simeon D. Fess, of the House and will purely gambling, transactions; trans- Committee m Education, actions that do not, as a matter of soon be considered and reported. fact, broaden or extend or widen legi- , The Fess bill provides that the timate trading in grain, but transac- head of the new department shall be tions which, in the opinion of many a Cabinet officer and that the departpeople, have a tendency to produce a ment shall contain these divisions: "A division of Education, which, condition of fluctuation in the market, harmful, alike, ns they see it, to under the general supervision of the imth tii consumer and the producer. Secretary shall have charge of the "The desire of the committee has educational functions and activities lieen, as I understand it, to differen- - of the depaitment and shall, by Inand such olnt between those transactions that vestigation, publication, are legitimate, even those that may other methods as may be authorized but necessary by Congress, promote the developlie"- purely speculative, and helpful to the dealer and not ment of schooU cad other educationharmful gambling. Whether the com- al and recreational facilities for the mittee has accomplished this purpose Innruction, of children and Illiterate and In an ideal way I do not pretend to idulti the training of tea.-lier-, say, but I believe they have approachthe Americanization of those persons ed their task with an understanding In the United States who lack knowlof what was needed, and I am inclin- edge of our language or Institutions. Health, ed to the opinion they have reached "A Division of Public a sound conclusion. I want to com- which, under the general supervision pliment the committee on having ap- of the Secretary, shall have charge proached this matter from a perfect- of the health functions and activities ly s,une view point, as It appears to of the department and shall, by inme. There are folks who are and such vestigation, publication enough to believe that we other methods as may be authorized should very greatly curtail opportu- by Congress protect and promote the nities to trade and speculate in com- public health. I have never indulged in modities. "A Division of Social Service, that kind of pastime myself. vhicli, under the general supervision I believe it would be most unfortu- of the Secretary, shall have charge nate for the producer of grain or of of the social welfare functions and acany nonperUhable commodity of large tivities of the department. if we production and consumption "A Division of Veteran Service, were to curtail unduly the opportuwhich, under the general supervision nity to trade in those products, not of tho Secretary, shall have charge only to trade in them, but to specu- jf the soldiers' and sailors' insurance, late as to the price of the commodity ompensation, rehabilitation, and penwill be at some time in the future." sion functions of the department. J mls-guld- Mondell Explains Measure Reported By House ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe The Ford Coupe is surely the Salesman's car. Thousands of them are bought every year 'by firms employing traveling salesmen. Manv firms buy fifty or one hundred at a time, because they know, from experience, that the Ford Coupe increases the efficiency of the salesmen aCa minimum of expense. Contractors, builders, collectors, solicitors, physicians, all find the Ford Coupe the most convenient as well as the most economical amomr mon' csrs.T.ovpst in purchase price, lowest in operating costs, and backed by the Ford Service organization-coup- led with the durability of tne car itself these furnish the reasons for the Ford popularity. Let us send you a cony of "Ford A Business Utility." It tells what other concerns have learned about the Ford in business service. But, better still, let us have your order today. The demand keeps growing. Orders are filled in the order as received and our allotment is limited to a specified number each .month. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY t DITCH LETTING. Roy Muffet, et al., vs. Advertisement of I -- to j You'll enjoy the sport of rolling 'em with P. A.! of Letting Contract. t the baby takes too much food the stomach turns; the result is - r- - "When indigestion," sourness and vomiting. Frequently the bowels are involved and there is colic pains and diarrhoea. McGee's Baby Elxir is a grand corrective remedy for the stomach and bowel disorders of babies. It is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take. Price 23c and 50c per bottle. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. a-U. .S. SOLlHKIt'.S JUG I'AY Gen. Foch, jThe Story of uur states By JONATHAN BRACE X. VIRGINLA. THE volves EARLY of re- Virginia head of the allied troops gets 33,000 francs a yen-- . An z American second lieutenant at gets 52300. Since the rate of exchange is 14,(; francs to tho dollar his pay equals 33,350 francs. It Is said that tho 15,0.00 American troops coat Germany more than the SO, 000 French. With a dollar worth from 00 to C 5 marks the buck private getting $30 a month has a greater income than some of the high German officials. And ho live3 that way. A lino meal can be purchased for 30 and the primarks about 50 cents vates along the Milne live like Their offlcors say they also behave like gentlemen, a drunken soldier being rarely seen. Cob-lengen-tlenio- n. - '- - PHKKKKKXCi: KOU SOhDIKHS May Washington, 23. Sanator Gooding of Idaho, tho new Republiof Senator can colloague Dorati, would help the American soldiers who participated in tho war agaiii3t. Germany b putting tin u Congress a b:il to g'e preference rlgh'. (ft employment on construction work on United States reclamation projects to honorably discharged soldiers, Bailors and nnrlues. Tlit Gooding measure provides: 'That not only men, but also won en who tervod hi tho Army or Navy of lit United Statu in tho war with Sermany and have been .iDtiorably IB rated or discharged therefrom or Jlaccd in the Regular Army ;x Naval Rfefctrve ihall have preference - employment upon such projects by the United States Service: Provided, That they aro found to possess the capacity nectary for the proper dlschargo of such duties; Provided further, That tho rlght3 and benofits conferred by tho bill shall not extend to any person who having been drafted for service under tho provisions of tho Selective Service Act shall havo refus- - about the name of Capt. John Smith. It was his I n d o su itable spirit which enabled the .settlement at Jamestown to survive the privations and dllilcul-tie- s that encompassed it during those llrst years. There In 1007 was made the first permanent English colony In America. The charter given by King James I to liut was knowii as the London company, under whose auspices Jamestown and the later Virginia settlements were founded, de&lgnnted that this colony should extend 200 miles north and 200 miles south of Old Point Comfort and stretch westward to the seu. Under the reign of Charles II it was considered buch uti Important colony that It was culled the fourth dominion of his empire, that Is, England, Scotland, Irelund nnd Virginia. From this Virginia was often called the Old Dominion. The name Virginia Itself means the virgin land and was so called after Queen Elizabeth, the "Virgin Queen." The early government of Virginia is of great Intercut. At tlrht coiuinunlbiu was tried, under which system the land nnd all property was owned In comiuuu and all prolits were divided equally. This proved a disastrous failure. In 1010 the lirst real representative government in the colonies was established, called the house of burgesses, which continued in force under vurj lug fortunes until Virginia Joined the Union and became the tenth state In 17SS. Much might be written of tho character of tho early Virginian bettlers and their grout Inllueuco on American life. From Virginia has bprung two other states, Kentucky and. West Virginia. Even so, the btate's present area Is 42,027 square miles. Politically the Old Dominion state is entitled to twelvo presidential electors. This Is ubout the average of tho southern states. ( by McCluro Newipaper Syndicate.) L. Petition for Public Ditch. The undersigned Board of Drainage Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky, w 111 on Monday, the Cth iVay ofJune, 1321, at 1 o'clock p. m. at the Court House door in Hartford. Ohio County, Kentucky, let to the lowest and best bidder, at public outcry, the contract for the construction jf a public ditch or drain In said County, known as the Roy Muffet, et al., Ditch, the main ditch beginning j at a stake at the mouth of what is ot known ns the Railroad cut-o4 Adam's Fork Creek, at the corner be4 4 tween E. M. Miles Heirs W. H. Evans 4 t and W. P. Smith, and running in a t general southwestern direction to f 4 Station 341 plus 35 on the land of 4 the James Wimsatt Heirs, being a 4 4 point at low water mark on Rough 4 4 River, making a total distance of the 4 ditch proper of 34,133 feet; and in 4 4 ddtion the following laterals or arms 4 0 viz: News Creek Arm: Beginning 0 at a stake on News Creek at Jhe 0 4 end of a ditch or drain running 4 0 north through the lands of J. H. 0 0 Whlttlnghlll's Heirs and running In 0 a westward course 3.5S5 feet to a 0 0 point on the main ditch 20 feet north 0 0 of the center of Adam's Ford Creek; 0 4 Arm North of FordsvIUe and Bar0 I rett's Ferry Road; beginning at a 4 t stake on the east side of the Fords0 vIUe and Barrett's Ferry road thence 0 0 a south course 810 feet to Station 0 t 48 plus 44 on the main ditch; Carden and Smith Arm: Beginning at stake 0 0 In the road from Fordsville and Bar0 0 rett's Ferry road to the Fordsville V and Shreve road thence a northwest 0 , course 1,395.5 feet to Station IS plus 44 on the main ditch; North Fork of 0 0 Adam s Fork Arm; Beginning at the 0 0 Iron bridge across the Fordsville and 0 0 Dundee, road and in the North Fork 0 of Adam's Fork, thence a south 0 0 course 12,311 feet to Station 98 p. us 0 t 07.5 on the main ditch; Board's 0 Switch Arm: Beginning at a stake in 0 0 Adam's Fork Creek, thence a vest 0 0 course 5,512.9 feet to a stake on the 0 main ditch S.5 feet west of Station 0 0 14.0 plus 31; Smith's Creek Arm: 0 4 Beginning at Station CO plus 26 on 4 0 Smith's Creek where the L & N 0 Railroad crosses It, thence a south0 4 east course, 1,470.7 feet to Station 4 0 102 on tho main ditch. Stevens' 4 Creek Arm; Beginning at a stake on 4 4 tho lands of R. I. Miller, thence an 4 4 east couise 71 feet to Station 177 4 plus SG.8 on tho main ditch. 0 Excavations shown by the Engi0 0 us follows: Main t neer's Report 0 Ditch, 258,052.53 cubic yards; New's 4 Creek Arm, 10,205.45 cubic yards; 0 Board's Switch Arm, 10,490.40 cubic 4 4 yards; North Fork of Adam's Fork t 4 Arm, 32,597.54 cubic yards, Smith's t Creek Arm, 4,917.7 cubic yards; F. t t and 'B. F. Road Arm 993.01 cubic t 0 yards; Smith and Carden Arm, 4 cubic yards; Stevens' Creek t t Ami, 2,361.4 cubic yards. The total ff thing you FIRST get some Prlnet Atbtrt It told in toppy rtd bagt, tidy rtd tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and in tht pound crystal glass humidor with sponf molttcntr top. papers and some Prince Albert tobacco and puff away on a home made cigarette that will hit on all your smoke cylinders! No use sitting-b- y and saying maybe you'll cash this hunch tomorrow. Do it while the going's good, for man-o-man, ao next makin's there's its freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented process! Certainly you smoke P. A. from sun up till you slip between the sheets without a comeback. co Albert's delightful flavor, And, besides Prince more-ish-ne- Prince Albert is the tobacthat revolutionized pipe you can't figure out smoking. If you never could what you' re passing by! Such smoke a pipe forget it! flavor, suoh coolness, such You can AND YOU WILL well, the only if you use Prince Albert way- to get the words emfor packing! It's a smoke phatic enough is to go to it revelation in a jimmy pipe and know yourself! or a cigarette! ss - Conyrljlit 1021 by R. J. Reynold Wlnton-Sile- Tobacco Co. N.C. in Albert the national joy gmoks j $64,-340.6- excavation required is estimated at 321,703.31 cubic yards and the total 0. estimated cost ot construction is Said construction work is to be done according to the plans and specifications prepared by the Engineer In charge, which have been approved by the Judgment of the Ohio County Court In above styled case and now on file In the Celrk's Office of said County, and Is to be under the general supervision of said Engineer, John I. Wilson, heretofore selected by tho Hoard. Construction of said ditch must bo completed on or.before April 1, 1922. Uond with approved seeurlty will bo required as soon as bid Is' accepted. Tho Uoard reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to let tho contract for said work In sections or as .a wholo, as they may see fit. This May 17, 1521. BOARD Of DRAINAGE COMMIS-SIONKII- S OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Dy S. T. BARNETT, President Attest: MCDOWELL A. FOaLE Secretary. men tho relief of disabled aro being dlvortd from their orlgl- Washlngton, May 23. That much nal and lawful purpose; Thoreforo bo money collected throughout tho coun- - It try for soldier relief Is being dtvertJ "Resolved, That tho select commit-e- d to purposes other than those stct- - teo of flvo members of tho Houso aped by the collectors is alleged by Rep-- ! pointed by tho Speaker of the Houso resentatlve Johnson of South Dakota by vlrtuo of authority already given ono of the Republican leaders of the shall investigate and produce all facts .. .. ..uu... t..w.vwk ,nv auiuiui .v.w.um. iu luu tUUUVUUU U1IU UAyu" from exploitation. In a resolution dituro ot all sums ot monoy for tho he declares that: purposo of Influencing legislation or "Whereas there aro many organi- Jor thojillegod relief of zations In the United 'States collect- nion." ing and attempting to collect vast -sums of money from tho public at largo to be used for tjio lellef of disabled soldiers and for the purFOR FLETCHER'S pose of Influencing Congress in tho passage or rejection of legislation affecting men; and A JKWIS1I STATU CKUATISD "Whereas charges aro made and there is reason to bellovo that much ot tho money collected to Influence) A roport has boon received that legislation Is collected surreptitiously White Russia has declared its Indeand without the knowledge of Mem- pendence as a White Russian Jewish bers ot Congress and tho general nub. stato. Tho official declaration stat-o- d that such money Is bolng collectthat both the White Russian and ed and used, and that larno sums ot Jowlsh nationalities are to be recogmoney purported to bo collected for nized as a soverolgu. hits at hki,ii:k iwkkks Children Cry R CASTO 'A SHE WAS ALMOST NERVOUS WHKK gr t n flick from tho tnll of the comet nnd thnt wo will see stars as n result. Covington Woman Says Tanlac Has ,Mnde a New Woman Of Her Can't Praise It Enough. "I can recommend Tanlac with nil my heart," said Mrs. Suslo Medarls, 220 Weal 14th street, Covington, Ky "for slnco taking the medicine I nin enjoying tliu best of health and n year I wns almost n nervous wreck. I lost my appetite bo completely Hint I hnd no desire strength. "For nenrly v, whatever for food. I felt tired and worn out nil the tlmo mid seemed to bo losing nil the energy I ever hnd. Of nil troubles I think nervousness must bo woroo thnn nnything else, for I never hnd nnything before to give me half the worry nnd so completely rob life of nil Its pleasures. "From tho testlnfbninlB I saw where lots of people hnd been relieved of their nervousness nnd thnt gnve me heart to try It. I took hold of my condition right at once nnd built me right up. In almost no time I lipgan to relish my meals 'nnd regain my strength. "Now I jyn full of energy, per fectly healthy rnd life Is a pleasure to me. In fact Tanlac has truly made mo n new woman and I can never praise It enough." Sit;g(".lioit for a Cimiplnc Trip. 11 uy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Henicdy beforo leaving home. As a rule it cannot bo obtained when on n hunting or fishing trip. Neither can it be obtained while on board tho cars or Ktoamsliips and nt such times nnd places it is most likely to bo needed. The safe way Is to have It with you m IXMIKTS AND MKTKOItR NOW Dl'K TO Al'I'KAIt The comet will be only soveral million miles nwny from us In June, nnd If it Is nny decent .sort of a comet Appiciprlolions Chiilnnim Hnys Budget SjHtcin To 1'rovltle Means " It will reveal itself to tho naked eye. Of Disbursement. Howevor, comets nro such elusive- - and Irresponsible nffnirs thnt ' we enn't count on this; so no money will bo Washington, May 21 :!?v and refunded or rnlnchecks given under more economical means of conducting nny circumstances. the nffnirs of tho Federal GovernIn 1D1C, when this comet wns ment nro provided In the budget bill, ho re on Its Inst visit, Inrgo numbers nccordlng to Jnmes W. Good, chair,of -- meteors were obsorved. So tho man of tho House Appropriations stnrgazcrs will bo eagerly watching Committee, In n spocch'in the House. for the snmo sort of exhibition this He says: time. In fnct scvornl unusually bright "I doubt If Congress will be called moteors havo recently been seen, nnd upon to pass legislation of greater they may be advance agents of tho consequence to tho country thnn tho show. bill which wo nro now considering. The second comet now In view For n number of yenrs men have been Is the ono discovered by talking about n. budget system, othHold nt Cnpo Town March 13. It Is ers have been writing articles on now In tho neighborhood of tho Big i budgetary legislation, nnd it Is now Dipper but It Is moving so fast thnt It proposed within tho next week or 10 would be useless to go Into further days lo place upon the statute books details. Tho third comet is tho one n bill thnt will bring about n practical sighted afar off last December by realization of these hopes nnd ex- Tnylor and Skejellerup, but we are ""titlons. Wo hnvo been tnlklng not going to puff that comet as wo nbout economy in Government nffalrs do not believe It Is reliable. and at the same tlmo have been pracAstronomy has Just had a severe ticing extravagance. This has been loss In tho death of Dr. William D. true irrespective of tho political par Brooks, of Hobart college, Geneva, ty thnt has hnppened to be In pow N. V., who was the world's chamer. The trouble hns been that we pion comet hunter. He discovered have had no business system with his first comet with a telescope of his which to conduct the fiscal nffalrs own making. Ho kept searching tho of the Government. Tho Government heavens every clenr night bo that of the United Stntcs Is tho biggest .n 1911! he had a string of 27 comets business concrn In nil the world, to his credit, nnd ho wns given a gold employing more men, disbursing more medal. 1'atbfinder. funds thnn nny other Government." Kor ii BUSINESS METHODS PROMISED BY GOOD Weak .Stomach. J. As n genornl rule all you need to do to adopt n diet suited to your age nnd occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much nnd when constipated, tnk'e ono of Chamberm lain's Tablets. Is GKItMA.V "IIOIJI.V HOOD" Max Hoelz, tho red loader who is V J credited with raising more trouble in Germany than nny other man, and for whose capturo the government offered 100,000 marks, has been taken If you believe in signs and omens prlsonor. lie got the name of "nob-i- n Many n fnrmer goes to the marHood' from his practice of holding you want to get "skoered" now, for buy his food. This sounds up rich mon In Saxony and making ket to tho very heavens arc displaying unusstrange; it is as surprising as if a At least two comets them contribute to tho upkeep of the carpenter hired someone to put a new ual portents. nre now visible not to the naked red guard. Ho was captured In roof on his house, or if a Now Englast year but oscap-e- d land fisherman lived on canned saleye but thru tho telescope. A third Czecho-Slovakand took a loading part in tho re- mon Is on the time-tabl- e but It may have from Alaska. Yet It Is true, and cent uprisings in middle Germany. d run off the track or boon has been for years; but probably Many parcols of explosives found In by this tlmo. has It been so unwise as The most interesting of these Berlin wore said to havo been sent now. comets is the This by Hoelz nnd to havo led to his capTho explanation is thnt thousands was first discovered by Pons In 1S10 turo. The grain of farmers aro specialists. then It was lost and was rediscovered farmor raises grain, nnd buys his po- -' Barbed wlro cuts .ragged wounds, by Wlnnecke in 1S5S. It Is a periodtntoes nnd 'othor vegetables, which t ic comet and comes back every five collar nnd harness galls heal up are often shipped from n distance. About KlieuinntNiii. or so. On the present trip It quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini- The cotton yp!rn farmer notoriously buys People are learning that It Is only happens to get to the crossing only ment Is applied. It Is both healing practically ovorything his family, his a waste of time and money to take a very short time liefoVe the earth and antiseptic. Trice 25c, 50c and eat. The medicine Internally for chronic and help and his work-stoc- k gt-- there. SI 00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counfruit farmor buys his dairy products, muscular rheumatism, and about m It Is possible that our planet will ty Drug Co. and even the man who specializes In ninety-nin- e out of a hundred cases milk for creamery or cheese factory are one or the other of these varieoften sells all the milk and does not ties. All that Is really necessary to even mako his own butter. Many afford relief is to apply Chamberdairymen soil thoir butter and eat lain's Liniment freely. Try it.. It olComnrgarino bought nt n store. costs but 35 cents per bottle. Large Specializing is n good thing, but size sixty cents. m not always. If carried too far It Is a very bad thing. Tho farmer who has DISPLAY OF CLAIRVOYANT POWERS IS REMARKABLE been depending almost entirely on other farmers to feed him, to grow Most people aro more or less skeptho supplies for his table, wljlle ho was engaged in his one line, now tical about psychical phenomena, communications from the spirit finds himself nt n big dlsndvnntage. world, thought transference, etc., beAn official of tho department of has said: "The American cause there has been so much charfarmer is not going to bo ablo this latanism, so much fakery and decepyear to pay frolght on water." Ho tion connected with these things. Yet meant that water makes up a large no fairmlnded person will deny that part of fresh vegetables and fruits, spirits may communicate with mortals and of tho canned kind too, and If the latter but know how to pertbo farmer who dosn't raise his own form their part, that certain indivi haB to pay for tho frolght on water i duals may possess extraordinary powai a lime wnen ireignt is mguer tnan ers which enablq them to look beyond oyer beforo and tho farmer's finan- tho veil and learn of both past and future events, that thought may be cial condition is extra bad. The advice of tho official is for ev- telepathically transmitted or that vaery farmer to grow his owii table rious other things that cannot be exfood, no inatter what his main crop plained on a basis of known laws may Most people, however, may be. Many farmors do not need take place. this advice, for they havo found long are "from Missouri" so far as such ago thnt homegrown vegetables are matters are concerned, waiting to be not only cheaper but usually better shown beyond doubt or question. Stakes: THE? country's oldest course in peine There are numerous authentic recconsecutive years of racing, and always fresher. They aro the fr Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 with kind of men who thjnk and plan and ords ot apparently supernatural phetornm kht SatenU May 7th the assurance of a memorable imw, and performances watch all sides ot a big business while nomena, events ' they work. They nro ot tho kind which cannot be satisfactorily exIHTBTI t Stturfey, liar Tfc known as good managers In every plained except by assuming that they Never before have there been so norm himi line ot business; they are thrifty; resulted from the exercize ot strange many horses of high class quartered at they do not lose sight of tho little extraordinary powers. Some reLouisville's historic course seldom has things, the side-line- s, interest in thoroughbred racing1, been so the by products markable instances ot this kind have Satanky, Mty 14th they watch tho business from every been reported in a French psychical keen, and never, perhaps, has it been so wide-spreiJournal ry Prof, do Vesme. d. BOTCITttfS angle. Salwoay, May 14 On the last days ot July 1914, Just But "thousands ot farmers," said lEIIKH UMKV tho official quoted above, "will be before the World war was precipitatand enjoy some of this greatest Come Satmrday, May Ilrt compelled to grow more of their own ed, wo read, Count Hugo Baschlerl, of sports. In the programs and the artiiu trim May food on account of the Increased a Brazilian clairvoyant and physician, rangements for the comfort of patrons, lath Satanlar. transportation costs and lessened re- was with a number of friends In Par-I- s. you will find that the management has MKTMIHTTUHICtf Suddenly he appeared to be deepturns from t ho products they have to done its utmost to make everybody happy. Maoaar. May SOU man Is per- ly agitated and exclaimed: "What a sell." The single-cro- p fectly capable ot growing potatoes quantity ot blood will flow tonight! When lamps and tomatoes for his own table. Not Look at the clock." only that; he can grow berries and were lighted all noted that the hands melons, have a fow hives of bees, ot the clock stood at 40 minutes past some fruit trees and walnut trees and nine. The count then declared that things of that sort which will furnish either that night or the following day Incorporated delicacies for his table to go' along someone, ot great importance would with the necessities! The extra light bo assassinated. Morning newspapers the following labor could usually be furnished by la side-swipenever-before lm-Vinuec- Do Your Host. Everyone should do nil ho can to provide for his fnmlly nnd In order to do this ho must keep his physical system In tho best condition possible. No ono can reasonably-hop- e to do much when ho Is half sick a good share of tho time. If you are constipated, bilious or troubled with ndigestlon get n package of Chamberlain's Tablets and follow the plain printed directions, and you will soon he feeling alright and able to do a m day's work. -- a PAYING KltKIGHT ON WATER. tho farmer's children, who would bo enthusiastic nbout such things, nnd who would in thnt wny get good prac- tlcal training in horticulture nnd dc- vclnp n healthy Interest In rural life, The Rame thing is urged In regard to poultry, which is tho quickest moat supply to produce, nnd on many n farm practically tho only scource of fresh jneat during tho spring nnd summer months. At the samo time Lit Is ono of the best; In tho city, where frosh beef Is common, poultry Is n delicacy almost n luxury. Many of Mjo farmers' wives have almost forgotten the buttermaklng arts they learned from their mothers whon they wore glrla, and they are ndvised to "start again. A tablo well supplied with poultry nnd eggs, milk and butter is in a fair way of being Independent of outside help. Tho farmer who Is now unable to sell his crops and must go to the market to buy his food Is in a bnd plight and really ho deserves It. He has "put nil his eggs In ono bnsket" and the basket has been dropped. Thoso farmers who "llvo at homo" thnt is, make their farms furnish their own food ns well as their spe- clnl crops aro In a much better shape in this crlcls nnd usually aro all tho tlmo. Thos'o who will not heed good advice must suffer. Hard times often bring good lessons of a practical sort, and many n man will come out of the present depression better prepared to take advantage of his opportunities In the future He will have learned how to mako himself more Independent. The department of agriculture at Washington Invites all farmers or others who need Information or ad vice about producing homegrown food to write and ask for it. Many bulletins on such subjects are furnished free. Pathfinder. TWO WAYS TO TEST Oil.. I ' I Children Cry for Fletcher's ml H'H'J i PI iff ssgSSiMl i .iH MM tm Sm HV iWllV U Hlfel VM B 9Ur VHT Tl H Kb 1 W 3BV rneS A WFVs 7BLS She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has ben in use for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his pcr-C&L&vrM?Zj- - sonnl suPefvislon since its infancy. Uow no on,e t0 dcccive you in this. 77, All Counterfeits, Imitations and are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d TT s0 Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is 'pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it hns been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids K? aiuiIati.0Vf Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. Cbildrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WSiat Is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of z?4?&&& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPAN, NEW VOHK CITV All that looks like oil Is not oil In these days of uch intense interest in oil discoveries, any bluish film on the surface of a pool Is often mistaken for petroleum. This oil-lifilm is usually more noticeable on stagnant water and is genernlly a bacte- rial scum. But to know for sure, the matter can be put to the test. To determine whether a scum Is bacterial or oil, take a stick and gently break the scum apart. Bacterial scum will break up and not Join again, but oil scum, will spread and Geologists then come together. state this is an excellent test. Another test is to let a drop fall on a hot stove cover. If it is oil It will smell of It. People who have visions of sudden wealth can thus easily ascertain whether their dreams will come true or not. A GASH OFF The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One "dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. CHURCHILL DOWNS Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 LOUISVILLE t day announced that at 40 minutes earthquaqcs to sorno extent, as they past nine on the night of July 31 follow certain cycles and are related Jean Jaures; French socialist leader, to sunspots and otlier natural physihad been struck down by an as6as-ti- n. cal phenomena. Pathfinder. Count Those who witnessed AVANTS AMKKICAX Baschleri's actions and heard his preSTOCK diction declared that noone could A law has been passed by which tho have come Into the room and told him There was not government of Colombia will pay a of the assassination. k time for a report of the crime to be third of the value of the carried that distance anyway, they of pure breed Imported into tho coun- polnted out. As It was proved that try. Tho importer has complete and tho assassin had no accomplice, ij is private ownership of tho animals but impossible that the clairvoyant could must present proofs of pure breed have received any advance" informa- ing and must retain possession for re tion thru ordlnry human channels. four years. It Is said to bo tho The count who Is a spiritualist beof the government to secure fino lieves that his knowledge of the Im- stock from the United States. pending tragedy came from the spirit world. While in Chile some 14 or ID years J ago Count Baschlerl foretold the earthquake which destroyed Val- -j paralso, Santlgo and other cities, In- -, dlcatlng the day and hour when the I tremor would come. When it failed to materialize at the exact time pre-- 1 dieter the Chileans were so much Ir ritated that the police had to be called to protect the Brazilian against violence. Shortly afterward, however, there was a terrific earthquake which tallied exactly with the prediction. After that the Chileans had so much confidence In the. count's clairvoyant powers that even tho president ot the republic fell into habit of consulting him on important public matters. Talking on one occasion with a certain widow, Count Baschlerl informI haije telephones and suped her that she would shortly marry again. Her future husband, he said, plies in stock. Make a spewas at that time at Salonica. On beIf ing informed that tho lady and the cialty of repair work. live-stocdo-si- Telephones No Need to Wait Churchill Downs Course Kentucky Jockey Club gentleman had never thought qf marrying each other, the count assured, her that she would meet the man in the street before going to Sure enough she Fontaineblcau. met the man as had been foretold and the marriage took plaoo witbi the time indicated. Prof, de Vesme presents theso and other performances ot the Brazilian for what thy may be worth but confesses that he can not account for TKey might all bo merely them. coincidences, but even then they are astoniyWng. It is possible to predict you need Wire, Brackets, Pins, Spools, Insulators, In- sulated Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or any part for a telephone, call, write or phone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock. Mutual phone No. 1. W. G. Muffett Beaver Dam, Ky - u We have a faint recollection of being told once during the late war to bo neutral In thought, word ana action, and we wore also told to be nonWeekly by Published HARTFUni) 1'KIXTlXa COMPANY partisan, but to vote tho stroglht Democratic ticket. There was also Incorporated a declaration of wnr, but somehow " incidents like these are soon forgot- W. S. TINSLKY, Editor l ten. nml Iliiliits Manager. The Hartford Republican ExLlvo Stock The Louisville Entered according to law at the Ky., as uail change will conduct a sale of 300 Postofflce, Hartford, matter of the second class. head of purebred bulls In Louisville, June 2nd. As we understand the to Address all communications matter, the sale being conducted la The Hartford Republican. without profit to those who are promoting It, as It Is entirely for ad- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent lo a new address must give the old Address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per line for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Gc for each head line and slgnautre, money (a advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES vancement of the movement for bet- Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY tho University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture. Communities thruout will Ohio County would perhaps do well to send representatives to this sale and Invest In somo of tho better class stock. B9 Pleaso read the article in the' current Issue of tho Herald, note what 27 It has to say concerning the fair and nonpartisan manner In which the Democrats for eight years conducted the postal affairs. But what we want the Herald to do is, tell us of one ter sires, which Is Nation wide. Progressive Farmers who wish to Improve their breeds of cattle have an excellent opportunity to supply some much needed and purer blood within their herds. This sale Is sanctioned by tho United States Department of Agriculture and is also backed by 123 MAY ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo Democratic regime. We will broaden it. let It cover the whole of Ken tucky, and aside from Ellzabethtown We are authorized to announce and Russellville. tell us where a ReC. E. SMITH as publican received appointment a candidate for Commonwealth's At- Postmaster, under your boasted civil Court torney of the Sixth Circuit by the Election No- service, as Interpreted District, of Kentucky. Burleson, Wilson & Co. Yes, vember Sth 1921. we heartily agree with the Herald, i system and a party should be JudgFor County nml District ed by its fruits, and In this particu Offices. case nothing but fruit for the We are authorized to announce lar tho plum Democrats fell when s, following 4tte candidacy of the Inches were "shook." It sounds Resubject to the action of the good and somewhat elevating though, publican party in the primary election for the saintly ones feeding from tne August C, 1921: public hand to refer to those who de "Office-hungr- y sire a chance In a division as For Representative. the Within Republcans". IRA JONES Arnold. irtlcle the statement is made, in deW. H. BAIZE Hartford. fense we presume, that "Instances Buford. 1. S. MASON here and there of injustice In the nanagement of public affairs are inFor Circuit Clerk: lu the necessity of dependFRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. herent ing upon human instrumentalities". Fordsvlllo. V. A. MATTHEWS To that, like the Herald, we might 0. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. Come on, say "Self condemned." give us concrete cases wherein ReFor County Judge: publicans have been appointed Hartford. MACK COOK or appointed to anything WINSON SMITH Select. .vhateverrif you can and will. Then W. S. DEAN Dundee. talk to us about the "Horde of R. R. WEDDING Hartford. Republican friends." non-nartlscitl-eenpost-naster- s, office-hungry Circuit Court November election, 1921. For Circuit Judge County, whereauthorized to announce plain instance in Ohio in a single Republican has been apIt. W. SLACK pointed to a postmastershlp, worth 6 candidate for Judge of the Sixth while, during all of the boasted Kentucky. District, of are one learned In tho law, and bewe stated that no one couhl hope to got 100 cents lu direct return for each dollar paid In, due to the overhead expense, which 'came about by tho necessary expense con-'- I nected with the levy, collection and expenditure of taxes. He clases itji uocs-tnHeras self condemnation, ald Editor not know that first and foremost, the Assessor or County , Tax Commissioner must bo paid for( obtaining the assessment the Board of Tax Supervisors must be paid for tholr labor, tho Sheriff for serving notices, and commission for collection, to say nothing of schedule?, tax bills, and expense of the State Tax Commission. Did the Herald think money grew upon bushes to defray! all of tho expense Items above men- -' tloned? If he did we are really glad it's "Eureka" for him. We don't1 know very much about "Soothingly Euphonic Synonyms" neither do we know what ho meant by "such Fiscal If the esteemed Kill-- ) Li' l; ' Areonautlcs." l tor of the Herald will look at some Iff M it'll, of Its Invoice bills for news pr'nt then look up the freight bill on same, it will be found that for $132.00 paid out for the paper $12.00 of It Is j mrHMJH,,,,, Mil niiutt; ml, freight, and If he will Invest a dollar C ri hU In corn and have It analyzed he will find that not less than 15 cents was ?s5?f',!'''l '$ paid for water, frequently more. Those who read and patronize the Herald must of .necessity pay those. who by their time make It possible. That ' But why "Self Condemned?" the Herald's Editor may "Eureka" it again: For instance, he is the worthy secretary of tho Ohio County Commissioners,! Board of Drainage and when his Board levies a tax amounting in tho wjolo to, sr.y $200.00, on the Jones Jones et al., Drrinago District for tho purpose of clearing the Drain of obstrucIncident tions, etc., tho expense of to tko meeting the Board HEALTH BOARD TO would amount to $0.00 per member, AID CLUB GAMES and there being four, including the secretary, the cost of levying the tax Hoard per .'gi'ii'iilttmil Colli'ge Has amounts approximately to 12 To Look after Simltary not have a cent. That much does Arrangements direct part In removing driftwood, briars and other debris. That's overthe head when "Eurekaed" from Louisville, May 21. The State with right viewpoint. Board of Health will the Extension Division of the State College of Agriculture In holding a ADM IMSTItATOIt'S NOTICE series of Junior Agricultural Club Camps In several of the counties of All persons having claims against the State during the months of July the estate of A. S. Keown, deceased, and August, Dr. P. E. Btackerby, diwill present same to me, properly rector of the board's Bureau of Counproven on or before July the 1st, ty Health Work, announced here to1921 or they will be forever barred. day. Those knowing themselves indebted The part the State Board will have to said estate will please call and setIn connection with tho camps will be tle at once. In the matIn furnishing U. S. CARSON, Admr. ter of teaching personal school, home Hartford, Ky. 47t3 hygiene, together community l ams COOPER BROS. This beutiful Sewing Machine will be given away absolutely e On June 4th at 2:30 O'clock il'iM.i,.'li FREE! No Ml .iy.' purchase required. Any one that receives a coupon can participate in the awarding of this fi Sewing Machine. Remember the date, and be present at the store at the time specified. J j Beaver Dam, Ky. : eil - and. WE SELL Cultivator, easily adjusted to any weight driver. The Best Cultivator on the market. IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? Does the amount of life Insurance you now carry provide adequate protection to those dependent upon you? Your life has a dollar and cent value. If you realize your responsibility to your family you will Insure your life for what It Is worth. See CAL P. KEOWN and insure in the State Mutual of Worchester, Mass., an old and reliable Company. CAL P. KEOWN, Hartford, Ky. For County Attorney. OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. Hartford. G. A. RALPH B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. CICERO CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford. MALEN D. HEFLIN Ceatcrtown. For County Clerk: ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver Dam. Bell's Run. BEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. IBOM MITCHELL For Jnllcr: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. WORTH TICHBNOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING Hartford. Sunnydale. S. A. LEE HartHARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R, F. D. No. C. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, Route 1. NATHANIEL HUDSON' McHenry J .t For Tax Commissioner ROY F. KEQtyN Fordsvllle. . i Far Magistrate, (DlstrlcTNo. 1) J. P. McqOY Hartford Route 2. J. A. DOLING Upper East Hartford. (District 'No." 2.) "W. C. KNOTT Centertown. FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. (District 'No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. O. E. SCPTT Prentiss. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. (District' No. 4.) (Dlstilct (District No. 5 D. JAMES W. GRAY Hartford, R. J. W. CHEEK Asklns. No. C.) When we were a boy, even not so far distant In the past as those days, Decoration day, May 30th, was a day and an event looked forward to with axpectations mingled with both pleasure and sorrow. This community and in fact the greater portion of our land observed the day by a lapso of business tho tibunl avocation was for the time being forgotten or allowed to care for itself, entire communities, almost without an exception, under the auspices of the Ycterans of 5 met and spent the day at the chief places where reposed the remains of comrades fallen since the close of the memorable conflict. Flags were planted, flowers strewn upon the graves of those for whom taps had sounded for the last time, and eloquent, patriotic and tender orations were delivered. Every small community had its favorite who entertained and instructed such of those who were fortunate enough to gain positions as to enable them to hear, in by declamations and readings, short it was once the day of all day given wholly to the memorial services. were desigCommittees of nated to decorate the graves of their Comrades buried in every nook and corner. In the days we speak of none were neglected or oveslooked. We are strongly inclined to the belief gatherings, which that thes old-tiwere narticinated in by both the Blue and the Gray, fostered and added now called more to real patriotism Americanism than any other annual celebration within the whole 365 days of the year. Alas! what a sorry spectacle It now Is, If you search for the Blue and Gray in Memorial day gatherings of the pretent time. Father time, the grim reaper, has blown his assembly call out yonder until but a straggling few of tho old Stalwarts remain for sentry duty. And fewer still of those remaining are physically able to participate in services to tho memory of their Comrade Dead. Just a few moro years, a few more sounding of taps and none may bo found to heed tho call. C1-G- Mrs. S. E. Bennett and daughters, Miss Gussie and Mrs. OUIe Schrlckel, of Decatur, Alabama, arrived here yesterday to attend the funeral and burial of Mrs. W. G. Ward. They will probably visit hero a few days before roturnlng home. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. with demonstrations In first aid and of each the physical examination child In attendance on the camps. In addition to this, by means of the various county health officers an effort will be made to have sites of the various camps as sanitary as can be arranged und to provide public health nurses to assist In demonstrations. Three series of the camps will be held during the two months. The first will be held In Muhlenberg, Ballard, Graves, Union, Henderson, Daviess, Shelby and Jefferson Counties; the second In Simpson, Logan, Warren, Barren, Hart, Larue, Taylor and Marlon Counties, and the third in Campbell, Rockcastle, Knox, Whitley, Laurel and Boyd counties. In several Instances boys from counties adjacent to the one in which a camp is held will be invited to atend that camp. SWEET POTATO PLANTS The Oliver, We also have a complete line of Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, Plows and other farming implements of the best quality and make. ACTON BROTHERS Hartford, Ky. ATTENTION FARMERS: Lower prices on Lalley Farm Electric Light Plants, Two-RoCorn Planters, One Row Corn Planters, Riding Cultivators, Buggies, Wagons, Surreys,Pumps Water Systems. w Porto Rico and Nancy Halls. Fine We have just opened a new black- plants. 200 for $1.00; 500 $1.75; $2.75, by mall postpaid. Express smith shop on the Centertown road, near rear of Tate's Restaurant. Plain collect $2.00 per M. Tomato plants shoes, $1.50, toed shoes, $1.80, all hamo price. Plant circular free. FRUITVALE NURSERIES 47t2 round. Give us a trial. Albany, Alabama. M. C. MURRY. me to Us TX1MDP For quick shipment and estimates on building material, write us. We can furnish promptly, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Laths, Plaster, Lime, Cement, Nails, Paint, Windows, Doors, Glass,Felt Roofing, Red Cedar Shingles, Metal Roofing. Write us a post-car- d for prices, it might save you some money. JAKE WILSON, Manager. LUMBER FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Repairs lakes lined 1500 Times Each Day in the U.S. A. The greedy band of Are seizes eome home, barn or store. Bill r .x. How About Your Property? Is It adequately INSURED? Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? Every lire brings costly Interruptions, danger and Inconvenience, that can not be measured in dollars and cents. f Dundee. BUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. HACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. (DIstrcIt No. 7.) J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. Roslne. L J. N. LOGSDON J. A. EDGE torial Tho Hartford Herald says our ediof last week on taxation ould have been very appropriately headed "Self Condemned." Why self condemned? The Editor of the Herald (kick servkeJloderate charges HARTFORD MOTOR CO., HARTFORD, KY. The Continental Insurance Co. furnishes Insurance of the highest grado. Consult our agency. PARKS 4 YEISER Hartford, Ky. v The Hartford IMtlDAV Republican MAY -- navrncttes, Davanett Stilts classy ones nt ACTON IJItOS. somo 47t2 LET MUN5INGWCAR UNION SUIT YOU 27 Play-Da- y s Suits PERSONAL NEWS relative. AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs noliort Lautorwnssor ot East Hartford, went to Cennolton, Ind., last week to spend two weeks with Mrs Rownn Holbrook will go to ;, yf w" A SLIP OVA Children Clothii We handle an extensive line of Children's Play-Da- y Suits, just to save the wear and the kind tear of the better clothes. The celebrated and widely advertised SLIPOVA are exactly what you want. Price not high. Remem ber, you can buy fc-Ji. Furnituro and Quoenswnre. 42tf Owensboro today to spend a few das J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. with her daughter, Mrs. Henderson rienty of lied Spot Paint end Stains at ACTON UIIOS. 47t2 Mr. Murphreo and Mr. Murphree. Edward Ford, who has a position with th& Federal Rosarye Dank In Louisville, vlsltod friends and relative In Hartford last week. Tnylor ot Route 3, Dam, was In town Monday. D. J For Comfort For Service Middies for $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Romper Suits, 2 to 8 yrs., for $1.00 Child's Wash Suits, $1.50 to $4.00 Middy Suits, 6 to 12 yrs., for $3.50 Child's Gingham Dresses, for $1.25 Get your Goodyear Auto Casings Mr Walter II. Parks, City, is at a big reduction In price ot ACTON Hros. 47t2 spending the wook in Marlon County, in connection with his dutlos as Highest Cash Fries paid for eggs Foderal Land Bank Appraiser. and paultry. Mesdames Rodney Held, Coza Du-pW. E. ELLIS & DRO. and Bert Reid, of- - Rockport were Mr. Emmett Render of Matanzas, here yesterdny attending the funeral was In town Monday, on a business and burial of their aunt, Mrs. Griffin ey errand. m Misses' Gingham Dresses, 8 to 14 yrs., $1.50 Boys' Unionalls for $1.50 to $2.50, etc., etc. Hon. Alvls S. Bennett, of LouisMr. E. F. Gabbcrt of Sunnydale, ville, is spending soveral days with nindo a business call at this office his Benfather Mr. W. G. Monday. nett and other relatives in Hartford. Miss Loureno Collins of Greenville, Gayle Taylor, after spending some spent last week-en- d hero with her time in Hartford, returned to Chicaparents. go, 111., Tuesday, where ho resumed his position with the I. C. R. R. Co. SCREEN DOORS Various sizes, at bargain prices. 47t4 Mr. T. H. Black and ijanghter, LoWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. la Geneva, Prof. Henry Leach, Misses Winnie Wilson and Gladys Bennett Mr. and Mr3. W. H. Ualze and fam- attended the Mother's Day Services ily spent Sunday with relatives nt at Hickory, last Sunday. " Dalzetown. m Erawu NSING m .. 1 1 ..... R Munsingwear's Right From Morning Till Night From the minute you slip it on in the morning unyou take it off at night Munsingwear stays in place til and gives the utmost in underwear comfort. MUNSINGWEAR BECAUSE IT'S MAKES GOOD MADE GOOD L ifc Child's Sandals iill These are ess'ential to a child's comfort at play. We are prepared with a splendid line of Sandals, Sox, Sun Hats, etc. Let the children play out these sweltering days but let them play in comfort. See us for comfortable "fixins." That's all. IRGb, "-- -' Have you done your spring house Attorney M. L. Heavrln was in cleaning? We have all the impleOwensboro, Tuesday and Wednesments with which to do It. Drgftijjs, day of this week. mops, soap nnd washing powders of all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. See us for all kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. little daughter of Leitchflcld, came A danco was given at the Rink down Tuesday to bo present at the Friday night. Quito a largo number funeral of Mrs. Hancock's aunt, Mrs. Inez Griffin. They will return borne were In attendance. today. You can get your horses shod .with Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Wade and plain shoes for $1.50 at Ky., came up family, of Barlow, GILLESPIE BROS. Tuesday to be with .Mrs. Wade's fathMiss Anna Rhea Carson is spending er, Mr. R. C. Hudson, of Buford. the week In Louisville, the guest of Mr. Hudbon is seriously 111 and not expected to recover. friends and relatives. On' and after this date we will Wo have field fence, rabbit, poultry 42tf make round trips to Owensboro three and barbed wiro fence. times each week, Monday, Wednesday W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and Friday, with our truck. Will haul 47t2 Messrs. John II. and Frank Barnes freight and packages. LIKENS & LfclACH. of Beaver Dam, were in Hartford, Tuesday, on business. of Mr. and Mis. Leland Smith Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson of Hodgenville and Miss Bessie GillesRoute 2, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. pie, Louisville, attended the funeral of Mrs. Inez Griffin at this place A. K. Anderson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith aryesterday. rived here Tuesday. Hercules and Delker Buggies. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Mr. John H. Barnes President of 42tf S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam. the Beaver uam Deposit uanK, ac- The Civic Welfare Committee will comnanied by Mrs. Barnes and their! glvo an ice cream supper nest Thurs- son, Malcom, left Tuesday for Battle day evening on the Courthouse lawn. Creek, Mich., where they expect to spend a month or more. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Ellis spent from Mr. W. M. Potts, who has been visSaturday to Monday at Duke'aurst, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Combs. iting relatives In Burkburnett, Texas, for a considerable time, returned to Coakley Taylor of AVhltciville, his home near Olaton, Tuesday. Mr. spent the week-en- d here with his Potts was accompanied home by his sister, Mrs. Howard Ellis and Mr. daughter, Mrs. Martha Smith aud sen. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hamlet reMrs. Hoyt L. Taylor and Infant turned Wednesday from Scottsvllle, and Miss Loulso Smith ot Fcrdsvlllo, this state, and Westmoreland, Tenn., were Guests of friends ln town last where they had been to visit relatives. They were accompanied home week. from tho latter place by Mr. HamMr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and let's sister, Mrs. Smith McCormlck. children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas, City, Timer Westevfiold, on R. F. D. 2, who was a membor of the faculty of Sunday tho Ltvermore High School during WANTED TO TRADE An auto- tho year Just clpsod, left Saturday mobile for good saddle and harness for Chicago, 111., whero she Is attend47t ing a Business School. Mrs. Thomas, horse. her mother, will bo with her during Dr. L. B. Bean, Hartford, Ky. her fetay In the city. Fur Rugs, such as Ardley's Axmln-Iste- r, Tapestry, Brussels and LinoPublic Sale Every Second and Fourth Saturday in each month, we leums see will hold a Public Sale at the CourtACTON BROS. 47t2 house Square, Hartford, Ky. Dring 1'rs. W. C. Schleramer and chll; in anything you have to sell and we dren, City went to Cannelton, Ind., will find you a buyer. PARKS & YEISER, last week, where they will remain ' ' Hartford, Ky. two weeks1 visiting friends and Because of the perfect fit, finish and fabrics, plus its habit of outwashing, outwearing and outlasting expectations, it has a nation-wid- e reputation for good value. Our stocks for spring and summer offer you a splendid assortment to choose from.. We can properly union suit you in a variety of styles and fabrics. 1 Get your summer supply now. Carson (k Co. Hartford, Kentucky. E2KZZ32I N FORD Produces 4,000 Cars Per Day! Present Production Greater Than For Same Period Last Year Vs. ? . The lens sees with you the autographic record remembers for you when you Kodak as you go conveniently located that it is pretty sure to be "right on your way." Stop off a few minutes. The Kodak you want is here. Our store is so Kodaks from $8.00 up Btowtiies from $2.00 up & '- - BEAVER DAM DRUG CO., ',-'" "The. NYAIj Store" . Beaver Dana, Ky. Mrs. B. V. Her, who has spent the winter with a daughter near Long Beach, Call., returned the first of thsl week to Beaver Dam, where she will remain for some time. Our old friend, Arthur Petty, who formerly resided here and at one time was a member ot the force in this office, but now Foreman in the Job printing department of the Hen- EAGLE"MIKADO" T EAGLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 For Slc at your Dealer Md0 ln ltr "nacm J ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK derson Gloaner, Henderson, Ky., visited his mother, Mrs. R. R. Weddlnr Parke Taylor, who has a position and Judge Wedding City, Saturday with tho State Highway Commission, nloht and Sunday. located at Lewlsport, spent Sunday Mr. Shannon Daugherty of Flint here with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Springs, was in town Monday. Mr. Hudson and Mr. Hudson. Daugherty Is about 75 years of age Two-roCora Planters and Rid- and was born and reared in the Iming Cultivators aro offered b7 Tho mediate neighborhood of his present FORDSVKiLE PLANING MILL CO., place ot residence. IDs visit to at very attractive prhws Just now. Ilurtfoxd Monday was the first time Get busy and write them tor prices. he hau been in the County Seat dur. ing the past 28 years. 48t2 w Ford is building cars at full speed. And, according to an official statement from the factory at Detroit, the demand for Ford cars and trucks still exceeds the output, despite the fact that a new high production has been reached. By the first of May the figures representing daily production were in the neighborhood of a day, so the May schedule was set at 101,-12- 5 cars and trucks, not including the output of the Ford Canadian plant or any of the foreign, assembly plants. The output mounted daily; May 12th Drought forth 4,092 cars, the greatest number that have been produced this year in one day. Since the month has 25 working days, present indications point to a new high record. A comparison of Ford production figures for 1920 and 1921 discloses the fact that for April,, 1921 the output was greater by 34,514 cars than for the corresponding month a year ago. The output for May, 1921 will probably overshadow May, 1920 by between K,000 and 20,000 cars and trucks. Approximately 43,000 men are at work in the Detroit plant of the Ford Motor Company. The factory is operating on full time, six days a week and three shifts a day. "We were never in better condition than we are right now" said Henry Ford recently." 4,-000 Beaver Dam Auto Co,, BEAVER DAM, KY. , of milk nnd $495.75 of Jiuttcr, nnd noisier)-- ana cnooses umiiuui- iui from G9 hens ?249.S0 worth of cgg3. Its good design and comfort rnthcr This 51,200 from side lines, coming than for Its ornamentntlon, her houso at- In through tho year, Is Important on can scarcely fall to ho restful and fattening steers, nnv fnrm. nml tn uinnv casefl In n form tractive. And If with limited moan's . ... . . ,i..i. in fon.iinf vninn fnr Jnv eMlgiitliin Conilucieii ......., ovnorlmpnts nin,i ,ni. fr,ii,...o. !! onrrnU in mnklnc n convenient. u..v .... ui iiimiiuuv ........ wU1. ........v. nccoruiiiB iu llpnil of Turkey. comfortable, and attractive homo out Kentucky Agrlcul- Investigations conducted hy tho L.exintiu. Mis- "3 Aiuprlrnii Huts Arc Finicky of an unpromising, inconvenlont farm- ,.,ral Experiment Station and present- . .., ... ...... ... .... , . ..... OeiUK are ...... COmiucieu it) i ..onl.lv i oil at - recent a starved . rai win eai anytniug .nouse, sue nns moru .iu uc imuu annual spring mcci- . the i ivnirimnnt Station for Ing of Kentucky feeders and breed from a strip of lead pipe to ah old than If, with the help of an expenslvo the purpose of finding some practical rodent, such as decorator, she had achieved good ef- hoot, but a well-fe- d prevent and con ers remedy which will lots of teen steers each were We have in the United States, Is of- - fects In n houso equipped with all Two trol "Black Head," me most "UU3 fed similar rations for 140 days with ten Inclined to he finicky in the mat- - modem improvements. disease of turkeys. This trouble cam-- . exception that one lot received ter of food. which hnr proved to be the greatest tho Inshelled and the other broken ear corn. palgns often fail because the house 'MASTKIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE turkey-raisin- g obstacle In tho gained a total of 2,730 owner does not give hU intended vie- dustry In tho State is caused hy an The first lot cost of $14.23 per hunoh' circuit Court tiins n sufficient variety of edibles. intes- pounds at a organism which affects the Myrtle B. Arnold, Admrx., Plaintiff. pounds of gain while tho second Specialists of tho Biological Survey dred Notice of mile tines and liver. of the United States Department of Godfrey L. Arnold, et til.. Defendants lot which received the broken-ea- r By virtue of a judgment and order cam gained a total of 2,040 pounds at Agriculture urge a Jinny Piitmers Keep Ilcciirds Of Crop corn Ohio Circuit Court ena cost of $14.21 per hundred pounds palgn In America, and they stress the of sale Inof the above styled action at Co-t- s. . Production the tered Cottonseed meal, corn silage Importance of catering to the rodent's Its May term, 1921, directing me as LoxImUon, Ky., May 23. One hun gain. straw were fed In addition to tastes. Commissioner of said Court to sell dred farmers are keeping cost produc and Rnt halts may be divided into three the hereinafter described property for more the two kinds of corn. on tobacco and Indebtedpaying tion records the classes: Meat foods, vegetable foods, ness purpose of Arnold, tho dceased, and of Qeorc J. than 2D are keeping 3lmilar records cereals. In mixing his baits the for the further purpose of paying the Pooling Product Helps Cooperative and on all farm operations In successful poisoner selects a food costs of this action nnd the coat of Market I tig. with tho College of Agriculture j sale and dividing the remainder the The pooling of products sold thru from each of IM, three classes, and this States Department of nnd the United ...i. hnrlnm rnrl.nnnto In l me pruceeus uihoiib iiiusu at pub W. D. cooperative organizations is an im- J.m,t, If thereto, I will offer for snle Agriculture, nccordlng to Prof. proportion of one part poison to lie outcrv to' the highest and best bid Nlcholls, head of the Farm Economics portant feature of cooperative mar- the der at the Court House door In Hartof the United four of food. Then he puts a Those keeping tobac- keting, specialists Department. of each variety on a strip ford. Ky.. on Monday Juno C. 1921, of Agriculture equally divided be- States Department co records are hour of one o'clock P. M. avof paper, or bit of board, so that the at about the first day of the regu(It being the tween the Hurley and dark tobacco have found. By pooling Is meant along his runway, finds lar term of the Ohio County Court) pror,at, traveling growing areas. The record will be eraging the returns received for meal all laid for him. upon a credit of six months tho folperiod, or a three-cours- e used in determining the cosj of rais ducts sold during a certain lowing described property: for certain shipments, so that each Usually one of tho three baits appeals ing various farm crops. A certain house and lot lying nnd products of tho same to him, and the rat population is re- being in Horse Branch Ohio County, grower having duced by one. Kentucky, bounded and described as New Cii culnr Answers Kcrtllizcr grade receives the same price. Tho Poisoned baits should be watched follows: Beginning at a stone In tho system depends success of a pooling Questions. replaced Illinois Central Railroad Company's Lexington, Ky., May 2D When upon tho observance of uniform grad- carefully, and uneaten baits line; thence E. with said line 60 feet by others of the same class on the to a stone; thence about North 300 rock and acid phosphate are compar- ing and packing of the products. way a feet to a stone; thence a western it Is following evening. In this This method of operation, ed on unlimed soils the greatest crop may be used course 60 feet to a stone; thence are obtained from tho use said, protects the individual member wide selection of foods Increases .bout south 300 feet to the beginning, use of from loss because of unfavorable without departing from the basic containing 1S0O square feet. of rock phosphate while the All halts must be kept na- combination. A driveway, s ieet uy iuu xeei on lime in connection with the compari- market conditions of a temporary You can't catch i tluTwest side of said lot is reserved. according to ture. Some farmers marketing or- fresh and tempting. son reverses the results, Being the same property conveyed rats bv smearing a dab of poison on Circular Xo. 97, entitled ".Phosphates ganizations, especially companies, purchase the mem- a bit of stale bread and then just for Kentucky Soils," which has corner. some wi,icj, tcci js ,, frecord In deed book come off the press at the College of ber's products outright. Conditions it in Barium carbonate ls the poisoning; r,s, page 1S6 Ohio County Clerk's In grain marketing practices and Agriculture. organrecommended by the specialist, flee. The publication Is a comparison make such a plan feasible, but handling other products usu- as it is tasteless .odorless, and can be of the different forms of phosphate izations at any drug store. Full dl- - wjtn security to be approve! by the which, eoII specialists state, is the ally find it to their advantage to obtained month", outshipments and await returns be rections for Its use, and a complete commissioner, payable In sW of tf per pool .fertilizer most needed on soils growers. list of tho food combinations suitable bearing Interest at the rate. paid side of the Bluegrass region after fore making payments to the - cent pi r annum from date until ef In this way the association is re- for a poisoning campaign can b cb- fga ,)om, to ,ave Ule for(.t. the application of lime. Rock phosto the United f0ct 0f a judgment. A lien will be cheapest sourre of phos- lieved of speculative risks, the avoid- tallied upon request phate, the of Agrlca'.'uie, letaitied on tho land sold heroin to phorous, was compared with acid ance of which is highly desirable. Statos Department .further secure the payment of s.iM pro- - TVh!rLin D C phosphate, the most commonly used Cooperative creameries, which i Given under my hand this the 17th The Irate to the members monthly, in ac- fertilizer. of any phosphatic ! of May 1921. Dr. Seaman A. imupp, a he eslab-jda- y on fields locat-- j cordance with the mnniint rt l.llttnr tests were conducted ' ' C' C' , u? f.l at Oreenvllle. Lone Oak. Mayfield, I fat each has delivi ered the preceding ,. work in the South, used to give these ' Itussellville, Berea and Farlston and month, the returns received for 40 corn crops, 34 soybean ducts sold less operating expenses, are iwuctlons - fiefd agents: "onu slKCIAIi COMMISSIONER'S SALE farineis have pccu.rir views ainut crops, 27 wheat crops and 24 clover good examples of pooling, Ohio Circuit Court. The length of the pooling period agriculture. They farm by the moon. crops produced during. the three to ;w. J. Mercer, et al.. Plaintiffs. were varies with the products handled and Never try to change this. Let them eight years iu which the fields vs. Notice of sale. under exnerlmcnt. The circular may the local conditions. Thus there are believe In farming by tho moon or S. U. Huff and Samuel Woody, semimonthly, the stai-- if only they will try our doing bubiness under tho be obtained free by writing the Ex- car lot, daily, weekly, firm name and style ot nun monthly, and seasonal pools. It doesn't pay to waste methods. periment Station, Lexington. Collier Company. Defendants on such matters.-- ' breath By virtue of a judgment and order ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court Successful storage of potatoes, says The ant may be a model of thrift !n the above styled actu-- i at be conditions Can agricultural the Bureau of Markets, United States industry, but nohousekeeper nnd term, J 921. directing a Department of Agriculture, is depen- changed by simply talking? No. By its Match this particular model around commissioner of said court quality of demonstration? Yes. the to sell the hereinafter derl'icl her home. The following methods dent on such factors astemperature at property for the purpose of paying the for exterminating the pest are given the tubers stored, the Judgment of plaiutift.s against tlie de moisturo by the Bureau of Entomology, Unit- which they are held, tho Dehorned Cuttle Easier To Handle fendants in the sum of $100.00, with.) of the air, the size of the In Feed Lot ed States Department of Agriculture: content interest thereon tit the rate of 6 per exclusion of Dehorning cattle makes it easier cent per annum from Nov. 13. 1919. The most effective way of ridding storage piles, and the The proper temperature to handle the animals and insures until paid, and the costs of this aca house of ants Is to find and destroy light. I will offer and cost of gasoline ranges from about 35 degrees to 40 that each one will have a more equal tion sale at publicthis sale to the highthe nest by treating it with outcry for degiees F. or kerosene. Or, if the nest Itself chance at the feed trough. It ren- est and bet bidder at the mines of can not be found, oftentimes the ants ders the animals loss dangerous' to the defendants near McIIenry. Ky . Cooperative marketing produces re- attendants and prevents them from on Saturday June 4, 1921 on a credit may be traced to the opening or ot six months the following describcrack through which they enter. sults not by means of any magic.il goring one another In the field lot or ed personal property or a sufficiency Squirting kerosene into it or plug- - power but by applying united effort In transit to market. The practice theieof to satisfy the judgment ot the cars, ging it with cotton saturated with the and good business to common Preb of dehorning Is almost universal so plaintiffs herein, viz: 7 bank part15 rail them Inms. This fact points lo mo un- - far as high grade beef steers are one set of scales, ot bank Iron, le ,n,,v pnsp oil will four sheet ings, two pieces portanco of observing carefully the concerned. It Is often desirable tons of steel rail, one anvil, two sets nway. A temporary expedient for control-in- g requirements for success. to dehorn the heifers as well as the of coal screens, three shlve wheels, the steers, especially when they are to and one lot of bank ties, being now ants Ls to moisten small sponges property of the defendants and water and place them the farmer needs to be fed In troughs for a part of the in their possession. with sweetened The planter where the anst are most numerous. reduce the cost of transportation; tho year. And in the event that said personAttracted by the sugar, they will laborer to provide homes and cheapCalves may bo dehorned when a al property does not bring a suffiplaintiff's crawl into the sponges and may be er living; the merchant wants the few days old by treating the undevel- cient amount to satisfy the will offer debt, interest and cost, I dropping it into boiling country air. What opposes? Roads oped horns with caustic soda or caus- for sale at public outcry to the killed hy d best bidder at the court house water. The sponges should be bait- Bad Roads. Dr. Seaman A. Knapp. tic potash, taking care that It does fdoor In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, not wash Into the eyes. ed again with the sweetened water 6, 1921, upon a credit of six If the horns are allowed to develop June and, it necessary, set In differnt Money From Side Linos Minimizes months, all ot the coal and mineral necessary to cut them off. underlying a certain tract or parcel colony leaves the It becomes placs until the Orop Failure houBO. lltle stories of big Clippers made for the purpose may of land In Ohio County, Kentucky Numerous A more effective, but also more achievement are encountered In co- - 3 used on the younger animals. With bounded on the North by the I. C. R. It. Company's right of way; on tho dangerous, method is to moisten the ing through the reports to the Unit- older cattle a saw ls best, as It pre- east by the lands of Gilbert Hoskins; by dissolv- ed S'.mIcs Department of Agriculture vents crushing, and the friction of on tho south by tho lands of Rubo sponges with a sirup made ing 1 pound of sugar in 1 quart of from homo demonstration agents In the blade causes the blood vessels to Baize, and on the west by the lands Coal Company, containJiot vater and adding 125 grains the South In estimating tho mon- clot and heal quickly. The work of the Render and being the same land ing 19 acres, ounce) of arsenate of ey value of the returns reported in should not be done In warm weather, owned hy Willie Young. 4 (about Tho purchasor will bo required to soda. Some of tho ants apparently the various activities of the clubs It as the wound may become Infested carry this poisoned liquid back to is necessary, of course; to remember with screw worms. Where theie Is execute his bond Immediately after approved by with security tho nest and feed It to tho others that account i.cldom Is taken of the danger of files, a fly repellent should sale, commissioner, to be payable In six the gradually killing the Investment, be applied. there, thus land value, Interest on months, bearing interest at the rate colony. This mixture must be board and lodging, and suoh things, of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid. Said bond to have the used with the greatest care, as it is although credit for labor at the cur- What, Do you Think, Is force and effect of a judgment, and a House? poisonous to both human beings rent ran of pay ls set down In most lien will be retained on tho land sold aro not clut- heroin to further secure the payment houses cases. and domestic animals. Ants are attracted by various food However, the value of the achieve- tered up with things which may be of said bond. Givn under my hand this the 17th useful or attractive in themselves, but substances, especially fats and su- ments rests i. yon something more day ot May, 1921. gars; therefore these foods should be than money the flno com- which nobody uses or enjoys. They C. M. CROWE, Special Com'r. Heavrln & Martin, Attys. kept In closed containers and crumbs munity effect, the leadership develop- are, rather, those that contain only . or bmall amounts spilled on shelves ed, the improvement in living stand- things necessary for convenience in Live-stoc- k ag- working1, and for comfort and satisonce. for, or tables cleaned off at ards, the general alround rise In Washington, May 23. It ls likely ricultural morale. It Is impossible faction in living, and no more. A houso that Is well planned, per-- , that at the present session ot Connot to be deeply impressed by tho Measuring Cup nnd Spoons. A work reports of tome of these South- fectly convenient and comfortable, gress will be passed a bill creating a Cako making Is not "pure luck." half-pimeasuring cup (glass or ern women and girls, results accom- will also be beautiful. Beauty does Federal livestock commissioner in the metal) for measuring the flour and plished very often under conditions not lie so much In tho ornaments put Department of agriculture, which uugar and a standard set of measur- of unusua' difficulty and discourage- on a thing as In the perfect adapta- has been reported favorably by tion of that thing to the use for Chairman Norris of the Senate Coming spoons for measuring the butter ment. mittee on Agriculture. An example ofwhat may be ac- which it ls Intended. powder will help in folnnd baking Of the meat packers Senator Norof the woman tries sincerely to arIf a lowing a new recipe, say specialists complished under the stimulus Experimental Kitchen of the homo demonstration work and with range her house according to this ris says: In tho "Furthermore, the peculiar circumIn Idea of adaptation to use, she need United States Department of Agri- encouragement and tho horn a Is afforded by tho case, of not worry about Us being "pretty," stances under which it is operated, culture. Mrs. Jim Dorrls, of Bear, Ark., who say household experts of the U. S. De- with a multitude ot producers on the Knr-CoHnvc Bonus enjoys tho hearty cooperation of her partment of Agriculture She may one hand and a very limited number Shelled And husband in the work she is doing. not he rich enough to have expensive of packersjtnd distributors on the Feed VmIuc. May 21 Shelled With from three to six cows this things, but If she uses harmonious other, lend themselves readily to T.nklnKton. Ky., corn are, about equal couple sold last year $458,85 worth colors for her walls, floors, and up- - monopoly. It was felt, therefore, broken-ea- r FARM DEPARTMENT !" DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slock, Ov,enb0'O. Judge Coui'tli. Attorney C. E. Bmlth, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford Otto C. MarMiutter Coin mlsHloner tin, Hartford. Trust co Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, UEAVEIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T, McKennejr, Clerk n. W. King. Police Judo J. W. Cooler. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jones. Clerk Olio Cobb. Police Judges C. P. KesslnBer. Marshal Grant Pollard. I .,,. i- . " ..-- J I ol i Monday In March II days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. In July U days 1st Monday Com'th. and Civil. SCHOOL CALEXDAU 1J days OFFICIAL 3d Monday In September FOi: PRESENT VliAIC Civil. ,, th Monday In November II dayi County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY' COUUT. Dlv. No. 1 II. A. Owen, Hartford, Meets first Monday In each month. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. 11. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. County Att'y. A. D. Klrlc. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunClerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. dee. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Guff, Roslno. Jnllcr Worth Tichenor. Dlv. No. C Oils Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tnx Commissioner Da nit Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. 1st Hartford. graln-cleva-t- or mtii j j nt .JlllrJIate.l cXSiC- FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. Meets first Tuesday In April and Mrs. Ulrdlo Midklft nnd October. Ira Jones. Ed Shown, Hartford, 1st District Teachers Institute Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. Sam L. Stevens, Bear2nd District er Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Common School Diploma May IS 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-townnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam. Oth District W. C. Daugherty.Baize- - nnd Fordsvllle.. May 2X and 22 County Teachers' town. Examination- - at Hartford,. (White) dth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. May 28 and 29 County Teachers 7th District U. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. II. C. Rhoades, Hart-fdt- Examinotion at Hartford, (Colored). Btli District Juno IS and 19 County and State. Route 5. Tonchors Examination at Fordsvllle', HARTFOUI). n. d, , Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebier. ROCKI'OKT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. PolI.ce (White). Juno 25 and 20 County and Stater Teachers' Examination at Hartford, .(Colored). Sept. 17 and IS County and Examination at Hartford, Stato-Toacher- (White). Sept. 24 and 25 County and Examination at Hartford, Stato-Teacher- j Judge ,,,,, - r,., ,,,,., Marshal Fulkerson Ed. J. Bratcher. S L. (Colored). , Every Woman IVanla &(: 5? 1 Si Mothers use V t er-ter- de-eir- es 1 pelvic catnrrli, ulceration and mllar.i-mitio- n Recommended Ly Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co, for ten year. A healing wonJcr for naial catarrh, tore thrcnt and aore oye Economical. Has cxtfaoftfrlarv rlriOfina and innifk!Al Otttrr. SusjIa Ff co. 50c. all drutcuu. ir Iu.Nid by I .iri3. ThaPal'onToi'flComW'y. Bolon. Maw. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE DiVtolved in water for douche top Wrey!s J ermira &e For tlie Children A Safe Old Fashioned contin-uouiu- Remedy -- for Worms i , Succeed when everything tlse falls. Ii neroui prostration and female vcaknesse they are the suprt-tntetnedy, ai thousands have testified. e general aioie; or if your daaler can't auppljryou.aendliianamo and 30c in ataratia and we'll end you a bottle promptly. E.1S. FRET, Ealfccrt. IU. O Seventy five years is the best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle alwnys on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30cabottleatyourtritffi't'aor (N (rn) M m o fl it is the best medicine ever sold over a dtuggls"s counter. FOR KIUNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL YOU TAKE OUR that tho meat-packin- g hlgh-estaan- industry is "harged with a public interest that can not be more ndquately safeguarded than thru special legislation. "The principal duties imposed on tiese agencies by the proposed leg's-latlo- n GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealmeni" are: 1-- en-ti- ro oTWclI-Fur-nlsh- Well-furnish- nt hill nt 4. 'They are prohibited from n gag ing in unfair, unjustly discriminatory or deceptlvo practices in Interstate, commerce; "They are prohibited from buying or selling live stock in such manner as to apportion the supply, unreasonably affect the price, or create a monopoly; "They are prohibited from dealing k in foodstufs other than products where the result Is to lessen competition; "They aro prohibited from apportioning territory or purchases or arranging or agreeing to control prices; "They are prohibited from agreeing or arranging among themselves to prevent any other person from carrying on any business which competes with them; "They aro required within two years after the act becomes effect' vo to dispose ot their ownership or Interest in stockyards, unless this time ls extended tor good cause," live-stoc- EElnJK ' lor WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick reliel for thai tired, FORftONE MONTH feellnc. coukIii, palps la chest, nitbt sweats, bemor ihtrei, weak lunri or coniumptlon. Ii it dot act help you II coals you noisiat. Lock box eie, OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUAO USE LI V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Liver and (he Troubles ol Constipation. , i m Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion, flatulence are symptoms ot a torpid liver. No one can feel well whllo the liver ls Inactive. 1IERDINH is a powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try It. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in FeelrTfrht all tho time. Don't lay from work for days Uy taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Vr-Iu- r on your feet, while relieving your troubj Ie. Safer too, and easy to take. Doril tako anything else. You can't afford Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation.) A natural remedy, natural in its actions, uur in its effect and certain in results. IU won't be loner beforo Liv- - VvLax wiO completely displace calomel in evert horne, Children can take it freely smj with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Non Kcnuino without tho likeness and s!gna turo of L. K. Grfcsby, For Bala by r I. . SBUilAUrf. :BtffSrt, it Unlrd, Plalnfiff. property, for Pearl vs. Notice of sale. inner To tho Jutlgment of the plaintiffs against tho dofondnnt Lydln Danlol, et nl., Defendants. HiiBlnwrt l,oulslllo My vlrtuo of n Judgment nnd order In the sum of Slr.O 00 with Interest .Iilfie thereon nt the rate of 6 por cent per of snlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court annum from February 1st 1919 until rendered at its March 1921 term, me ns commissioner of said Delegates to tho good Roads Con- paid, nnd nil costs of tho nbovo styled nt tho .Tefforaon action, together with tho cost of this court ,to sell tho hereinafter descrlb....,., ,. ., ., , . vention Juno 't i" styled action, " will offer for snlo at public my Armory, ttmlor niisploos of tho saw, I to Con of fh.e nbovo outcry the highest and best Kentucky Road Knglnoars' Awocla-tloBfthor at tho court houso door In tlnrt-- , 'dividingwith the cost of this salo, and the remainder of tho will ho roynlly entertained dur- ford Konturky, on Monday, Juno 6, nt about the hour of one o'clock, c,eetl" nm,on, th.o parties entitled ing their stay In Louisville. 1 M.. upon n credit of six months 'thereto, I will offer for sale nt publicTho program la tho most preten- the following described property, viz: utcr' l'le "'Khost and best bldHart-Ohi- o A tract of land lying and being In der. at the Court House door In tious of any prepared for a mooting County, Kentucky and bounded (r'V Kentucky, on Monday Juno 6, In tho Stato 1921, (It bolng tho first day of the Tuesday, tho opening day, dele- as followsterl" V,10 ?hl C,ount3r M Hcglnnlug registered nnd present- Floner's line, on a n stone In Kdwnrd gates will ho nt J on? corner to Itobert c,"rt p. n,)out alho '!?urof 6 and m.. on credit ed with handsome badge souvenirs Cook's land; thence W. 23 polas to o'clock 12 months, the following described In the form of n bronzo tobacco leaf Edward Flener's corner; thenco N. lying andbe lng In Ohio 10 poles 40 JLcal upon which Is stamped a beautiful polos to to a stdno; thenco W.oak, County, J? Ky., nnd bounded and de- stono and whito symbolical of imlnlon In n llnl.l lino, tl.onnn M o xr ECHOCd 3S fOlIOWS: woman and horse, nil A lracl "r, pael r T,rncf No In the ovenlng a hand 18 polos to a stono; thenco W. 4 poles Kentucky. W. 90 'and lying and being In Ohio County, ho given In to a sassafras; thence N. 7 concert and dance will poles to Willoughhy line, corner on Kentucky about five miles east of the Convention Hall and motion pic- n stnno: tinmen R. with Wlllnuclihv "ariioru. ivy., uounueu us iuhowb tures will bo shown. line 71 poles to an ash nnd white oak. Beginning at a black oak stump, E. Shortly before noon on tho second Hohcrt Cook's corner; thence 23 poles M. Daniel's cornor; thenco S. 44 W. 47 poles to a stone in Daniel's lino; lay, the Ultors will bo taken In au- to a sugar tree and stono; thence S. thenco N. 4C W. 27 poles to a stono; 13 E. 28 poles to S. to tho country homo of poles to a stone; beech; thence E, 34 thenco N. 44 E. 47 poles to a stone tomobiles 20 thence S. 15 poles to the beginning, containing 41 on tho side of ilnrtford nnd Roslne Mcrritt Drane, President of the road; thence S. 45 E. with said road soclatlon. whero refreshments will bo ncres, more or less. poles to the beginning, conAH the mineral, oil and gas rights 27 They will then have dinner served underlying the nbovo land are reserv- taining S acres more or less, and being same land conveyed to E. M. nt the hfght MIlo House. During tho ed nnd not Included In this sale. Tho purchaser will lie required to Daniel by Comelln It. Tatum on Mar, afternoon tho county quarry, tho new ch deed is,ol .record in permanent concrete road, execute his bond Immediately after Federal-ai- d , sale, unit security to lie approved iiy ,;y" " " J nnd other typos of roads will be payable In six uok yVa?,e Beginning the commissioner at a stone spected nnd tho motor ollors nnd months, bearing Interest at the rate, T,ractttNo;,2 Hartford and Morton road, in modem construction machinery will t C per cent per annum from date uu In line; thence N. BB rM- - Daniel's lie demonstrated. In tho ovenlng til paid. Said bond to have tho force JJ- 'le8r s',h8allr1a(lpolesst,ol,e; and effect of n Judgment. A lien thpre slll bo music, danolng nnd mo- will be retained on the land sold here-- , ,?ce Bob Hcddith's corner; thenco tion pictures at 'tho Armory. In to further secure the payment of -t poles to three S. 13 W. 62 A trip which should he of special said bond. of Given undor my hand this tho 17 white oaks another Vj Reddlsh's corInterest will bo tho host oxcurslon day of May 1921. ners; thence N. 18 W. 44 poles to Dolegates will Thursday afternoon. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C O. C C beginning, containing IS acres and being the samo land conveyed to E. lie tak"i on a four hour ride up tho M. L. Hoavrin and A. 1). Kirk, Attys. M. Daniel by Lizzlo Walker, execu on tho .steamer America, one liver trix of tho estate of E. D. Walker, of the largest and finest steamers on MASTHK COMMISSIONER'S SAM3 deceased, on January 1C, 1899, which deed is of record in deed book 29, tho Ohio. Luncheon will bo served page Jot) oiiio county uierKs onice. on board. A Jazz orchestra will" bo E. G. Annls. Ohio Circuit Court. Plaintiff. Tract No. 3. Beginning at a stono danco hall of tho provided. Tho vs. Notice of sale. in E. M. Daniel's line; thence S. 35 es8el Is 270 feet long. Tho usual Claud Macy and Mrs. Claud Macy, W. 35 poles to a whit oak. corner; Defendants. thenco N. 40 E. 10 roles to a whtie evening program of music, dancing gum: thence S. 55 E By of a Judgment and or- and and motion pictures will bo staged der of virtueof the Ohio Circuit court oak poles tweel to three white oaks; 'hence 2t sale Hall. All sessions entered In tho abovo styled action at s. 35 W. 28 poles to the beginning, at tho Convention and amusements will be open to the Its May term, 1921, directing me as ccntalu'ns 4 4 acres more or less commissioner of said court to sell the and the same land IXCOnPOUATED public without charge. hereinafter described property, for to K. M Daniel by James" P. Stevens One of the Interesting features of the purpose of paying the judgment 28, 1SS7, and wife an Su'mib the Comentlon will bo tho exhibit of of the plaintiff against tho defendants fhlch deed Is of record In deed book toad machinery nnd motor trucks in in tho sum of $1545.00, with interest 29. page 103 Ohio County Clerk's of- thereon at the irate of 0 per cent per thc Convention Hall. Fifty dealers annum from January 1st, 1920, and fiCe. Tr-'. on the .. . ,., rMnn n,,.t thfi Post ...,,,, , ,,, ,,,,, nf nP,irv Tinainv. . ana manuiaciurcrs irom an sections., space of this sale, 1 will offer for sale at 0n tin Kant by tract No. 1 descried of the country havo engaged public outcry to tho highest and best '' above nnd tho lands of .Mrs. Lyd'a of thior equlpmont. for blddor at the court house door In Daniel, on the south by tract St. 1 m9 Hartford Kentucky on Monday, June described above; on the west by Hen- G, 1921, at about tho hour of one ,y TiriBley and Chell P.tt u la:u.s. highest and best bidder at the court ! the benefit of lot No. 1 In the dlvl- - and twelve months, the following deo'clock P. M., upon a credit of six t,m. lining 17 4 acres, moie or less house door in Harttoru, ny., on Mon- slon of Pardon Tabor s lands, and ex scribed real estate, FOR FLETCHER'S described ,nn't ii'ig the same land coneyed to day, June 6, 1921, at about the hour tending from the corner of lot No. 1 A house and lot in McHenry, Ohio months, the following property or so much thereof as Is no- - n. M. n; Montgomery Daniel, by It of ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit where it corners with Nos. 4 and 5, County, Kentucky, bounded as folI cessary: W. Barnes rnd wife on the 0th day of of six and twelve months, the follow- eastwardly along tho entire line be- lows: Two tracts of land near Cromwell, March 1S76, which deed la ol record ing described real estate, lying and tween said two lots to tho eastern Beginning nt D. S. Duncan's S. W. OKDKKS OIIIO COUXTV COUKT Ohio County, Ky., bounded as fol- - in deed book 1. pas 194, OU'.o Coun- - being in Ohio County, Kentucky, in boundary thereof. corner on Howard Street; thence E. 1 The purchaser will be required to with said street 150 feet to Jano Clerk's officd the valley of Rough River, composed lti:ai'L.H TKllM: .M.W 2m, 1021 lows: Heclnnlng at a stono on side of Tract No. 5. On the waters of of four certain tracts of land lying execute his bonds due In equal in- street; thence North with Jane street -, Morgantown and Hartford road cor- North Fork of Muddy Creek and together and constituting one farm, stallments of six and twelve months, 150 feet to D. M. Duncan's S. E. corper Hon Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Pre- ncr to Lon Kitches lot; thence N. 23 bounded as follows: and bounded and described as fol- bearing interest at tho rate of 6 paid ner; thenco west 30 feet to a stone; 1 cents per annum from date until Beginning at two beeches and siding. In In boundary of E. 26 poles to a stono; thence N. W. thence S. 11 feet to D. M. Duncan's lows: immediately after sale, said bonds to cross E. poles to two gum; poles to west Sulphur Springs and Sunnydalo vot- r 11 nnlna tn na cfnnn thence S. B5 Jlar; thence N. 72 W.428 snffl prppk? First tract: Being lot No. 5 in the have the force and effect of a Judg- with said and W. lines;to thence DuntlinnOA S. 9K lnnrlina ndnr Imntr nf D. M. line 87 feet division of the lnnds of Pardon Tabor. ment, and a lien will also be retaining precincts; W. 101i poles to a stake, N. 70 W. thence up 33id creek to a stono on can's cross S. and W. lines at a stone; and descriuea This day came Fonzo MIdklff, Will C 6 poles S. 24 W! 2S poles to said j bank near said creek; thence up said deceased, and bounded at a stono D on ed on the land sold to further .secure thence South with said line 82 no fnllmva? Ttpirlnnine Said feet to a stone; thence West 33 feet Hlnton, E. F. Gahbert, J. W. Kirk, road; thence with said road 70 W. 30 creek to a stina on bank of creek; t plat S. E. corner of Thornton's 500 the payment of said bonds. Mmnpo R 7A V. ISR'nnlps to a stone: to be executed with security feet to Tico Daker and others, bolng legal poles to tho beginning, containing 40 acre patent and a corner to lot No. bonds approved by the commissioner. to a stone; thence S. 56 beto be ncres, more or less. thence S. 40 W. 125 poles to the the beginning. The coal and miner1; thence N. 40 E. 132 poles to a voters In Sulphur Spring; and my hand this the 17th als underlying said lot are reserved. Given under Second tract, adjoining the abovo ginning, containing 10 OaCres. Being original line of Robert day of May, 1921. voting precincts, and moved described and beginning at W. Angles tho samo la ndsold to E. M. Daniel stone In tho The purchaser will be required to Barnett's 2745 acre tract, a beech OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. execute his bonds in equal installthe court to havo tho boundaries of south east corner; thence with Mor- by J. P. Miller, by deed dated 1st day marked as a pointer; thence with Attorney. E. B. Anderson, road of December 1906, and of record in said line S. 37 E. 64 3 poles to a ments due In 6 and 12 month, bearing-Interessaid precincts changed nnd tho court gantown and Hartford N. 20 E.60 m 120 deed book 29, page 176, Ohio Counyards to n stake; thenco at the rate of 6 per cent per stone, 2 gums and water beech markbeing sufficiently advised, and being yards to a stake D. A. Miller's line; ty Clerk's office. ed as pointers; thence S. 38 W. 132 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE annum from dato until paid, Imme4 ara personally advised of tho necessity thenco with said Miller's lino S. 71 Tracts Nos. 1.2, 3, and Ohio Circuit Qourt. diately after sale. Said bonds to have to a stone, corner to lot No. 1 and together are known as poleswith a line of same N. 37 W. 69 Nannie Little. Plaintiff, the force and effect of a Judgment, for said chango, sustained tho mo- W. C9V4 yards to a stake in said and Angle's the home tract. vs. Notice of sale. and a lien will also be retained on tho containing 54 tion of said applicants, and It Is now Angle's line; thence with said exe- -, poles to the beginning, conyards to tho beginning, Purchaser will be required to John Walker Little, Defendant. land sold to further secure the paylino 29 acres, be the same more or less. ordered and adjudged by tho court taining 4 acres more or less. cutevbonds Immediately after sale due By virtue of a Judgment and order ment of said bonds. Said bends to Second tract: Being lot No. 4 In that tho lino dividing said precincts Tho purchaser will oo requireu to and payable In six and twelve months ; tv.c nt tho Rnlil T.ilinr land of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren- be executed with security to bo apInstallments, bo changed and that tho lines when execute his bond Immediately after respectively, in equal and bounded as follows- Beginning at dered at its May term, 1921, in the proved by tho commissioner. Given under my hand this the 17th sale, with security to bo approved by bearlnc interest at the rate of 6 per i a stone, S. W. corner of lot No. 3H above styled action, directing me as changed be as follows: paid, j payable In six cent per annum from date until tho commissioner, W. 43 poles to commissioner of said court to sell tho day of May, 1921. Ueglnulng at Rough Creek at Slato months .bearing Interest at the rate ana a nil win do reuuueu uu uuuiuuu-a- l on plat; thence N. 37No. 2; thence N. hereinafter described property for the OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. corner to lot security. Said bonds to havo tho a stone16 3 poles to a stoue; thence purpose of paying the costs of the M. L. Heavrln, Atty. Riffle; thenco running a straight lino, of 6 per cent per annum from dato 2S E. of a Judgment. s a southerly direction to tho Hartford until paid. Said bond to havo the force and effect N. 3S E. 132 poles to a stone In the above styled action, together with the A fnrpo nnd effect of a Judgment. Glvtn under my hand this the 17th original lino of Robert Barnett's cost of this sale, and dividing the Sallow complexion is duo to a tornnd Dundco public road at Will Hln-ton- 's ' of the proceeds among the lien will be retained on the land sold day of May 1921 2475 acre survey, two sweet gums purifies lenvlng tho said Will Hlnton's to further secure the payment oi saiu and OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. offer pid liver. Herblne and water beech marked as pointers; parties entitled thereto, I will high- strengthens Attorney. M. L. Hoavrin, the liver and bowels and houso In Sulphur Springs voting pre- bond. original line S. 37 E. 'for sale at public outcry to the thenco with said Given under my hand this the 17th poles to a stone, sweet gum est and best bidder, at the court house restores the rosy bloom of health to 59 cinct; thenco down tho Hartford and day of May 1921. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALEl and beech marked as pointers; thenco door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday the cheek. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio Dundee public road rv? It meanders M. C. O. C. C. OTTO C. MARTIN. poles to the begin- June 6, 1921, at about the hour of County Drug Co. S. 43 W. 144 m toward Hartford, to tho dividing line D. B. Rhoads, Attorney. Ohio Circuit Court. ning, containing 47 acres, be the i one o'clock P. M., on a credit of six . between Sulphur Springs, Sunnydalo Nail, etc., Plaintiffs'. same more or less. B. C. vs. Notice of sale. and east Hartford voting precincts, There Is mors Catarrh In this section Third tract: Adjoining the tract country than all other diseases Roscoo Fenn, etc., Defendants. near Sarah Leo's on said road, leav- of the abovo described (lot No. 4) on the put toeether, and for years It was supBy vlrtuo of a Judgment and order west thereof and bounded as follows: ing all voters living on tho south side posed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed Ohio Circuit Court en- Beginning at a stone a corner with by constantly falling of said public road In Sulphur Springs local remedies, andtreatment, pronounced of sale of tho to euro with local tered in the above styled action at Its C. F. Hartford (being the last tract ....'i., precinc:, and all voters re- It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, May 1921 term .directing mo as com- above described) thence N. 37 W. 42 siding on tho north stdo of said road creatly Influenced by constitutional con- missioner of said court to sell tho nnlog In n otnnp' thfinpn R. 28 W. ditions and therefore requires constltu. 3 poles to in Sunnydalo voting precinct, thenco tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi- hereinafter described property for 87 Tr, ,,nlna In a stone; thence S. 37 n ilnnn Judgment i.' ttinnrn with by Tunning froin said road following cine, manufactured Is F. J. Cheney & the purpose of paying the defend-- 1 a straight line 107 poles to tho bea constitutional of the plaintiffs against tho Co.. Toledo, Ohio, acres, more tho Earn Ilnrtford prcclQpt lino to remedy, Is talten Internally and acts ants, as follows, viz: ginning, containing 35 on Rough Itlvor crook near Combs' thru the Blood One the Mucous Surfaces Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mor In favor of B. C. Nail, in the sum or less. reHundred Dollars of the System. any case that Hall's of $2500.00, with Interest thereon at brldgo, Fourth tract: Being a narrow ward Is offered for Women Knew About Carom They Would Be Spared 6 per cent per annum from Tt Is further ordorod by the court Catarrh Medlclno falls to cure. Send for the rate of of September, 1920, un- strip of ground adjoining tho first circulars and testimonials. the 12th day and second tracts above described on ' CHENEY & F. Much Sickness and Worry. that Sulphur Springs voting precinct SoldJ. by DruB6lts. CO., Toledo, Ohio. til paid, and the further sum of $150 the east thereof and bounded as fol5c. s rate of lows: Beginning at a stono In Parbo known us Sulphur Springs voting with interest thereon at tho Hall's Family Fills for constipation. r. Wr cont ner annum from tho 12th product No. i, and thut Sunnydalo don Tabor's line (being at the north' Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . , . ilnv of Sontomber 1920 until paid. No. 5 first herein Sunnyvoting precinct bo known as agreo that In cases ofi Also the sum of $800.00 in favor east corner of tract Surueons of this place, relates the following Interest- just lifeless. above described) thence S. 37 E 81 dalo voting product No. 36, nnd It Is Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho I of James L. Rapier against the d "I heard of Cardui and after reading ! poles to a stone; thence N. 56 E. at ing account of how she recovered her further ordered (imr adjudged by tho first treatment is most important fendants. with Interest thereon at tho right angles with tiro first lino 8 feet; strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that per annum irom thence, at right angles N. 37 W. 81 com t, that tho voting placo In Sul- When an efficient antiseptic is appli- rnte of 6 per cent was pulling me down. 1 sent for Cardui actually losing her health: 12th day of September 1920, unphur Springs voting product No. I, ed promptly, there Is no danger of the paid, and the further sum of $48 poles and thence at right angles S. and began it. . "Health is the greatest thing in the til 56 W. 8 feet to the beginning, being a lio and It Is hareby changed from Infection and tho wound begins to with 6 per cent Interest thereon from strip of land 8 feet In width and con"In a very short while after I began tiie world, and when you feel that gradually Sept. 1920 until paid. taining approximately Springs, and that h Dundee to Sulphur of slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment 1 saw an imuse on man or Mio 12th day of of $2400.00, in favor hoal nt once. For Also the sum I an acre. liorouftor all oloctlona hold In and boast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antlsep- dp and take notice. That is what I did provement and it wasn't long until was if Newton Clark, with Interest there-. The four tracts of land above deror uiuo uoiimy, ivuumuuy, i ago when I found myself in a all right good appetite, splendid rest, honlln flcnt. nny it now in nl the rate of 6 per cent per samo conveyed by soms time precinct bo hold at Sulphur wprinh", , and bo ready for an emergency. Price from tho 12th day of Septem scribed being the nis wue to uoscoe very nervous, condition of and much stronger so that I easily did my paid, and tho further C V. Hartford and In Sunnynnd that tho voting placo and $1.50. Sold bf ber. 1920, until wun u per cent iii- -i Fenn, Carl Fenn and Frank Fenn, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless house work. 2Cc, 50c, $.1.00 UU, sum "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a dalo voting precinct No. HO, romuln us Ohio County Drug Co. m merest of $144. from the 12fh day of i iv ,inmi nt flntn 1tli ilnv nL Sfinteni- - 1 could hardly go at all. thereon tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladiar 1Q1Q nf rppnnl In llifi Ohio Coun It 1h now at Sunnydalo. 1 1920, until paid. September "I was Just no accounj for work. In deed book 58, MACIC COOK, J. O, C. O. Also tho sum. of $800.00, In favor ty Clerk's6 office by said deed tho would get a bucket of water and would ly do so, for if more women knew, it 335-33hut C. Blankonshlp, would save a great deal of worry and Emma Pope, with interest page Fonns accopted It subject to A. of Mrs. A copy attest: W. ieel so weak I would have to set it down thereoa at the rate of 6 per cent per said Clerk Ohio County Court. rights the present or future oefore I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. sickness." annum from tho 12th day of Septem- whatever tract No. 1 first hereinThe enthusiastic praise of thousands ol owiiors of ber, 1920, until paid, nnd tho further above described may have in and to In this condition, cf course, to do even other women who have found Cardui For Infants and Children SALE MASTER COMMISSIONER'S $48.00, with interest thereon a passway ton foot in width extending my housework was a task almost imof Years sumthe rate of 6 per cent per annum along the entire line betwen the first possible to accomplish. helpful should convince you that it Is In Use For Over at Ohio Circuit Court. worth trying. All druggists sell U. from tho 12th day of September 1920 two tracts of land herein abovo dePlaintiffs Always bears this Joe Cook and Mack Cook, awvousaai easily uote. "I was until pald and all the cost ofI will scribed, being lots No. G and No. 4 the ' vs. Notice of salo. action and the cost of this sale. Signature of Said passway being for aforesaid. Cleveland Dnugherty, Defendant. offer for sale at public outcry to the as and order By virtue of a Judgment lit- - or sale of fhp Ohio Circuit Court en- KENTUCKY'S GOOD Ihnttl In tlln filwivn tatvtiwt tifHfin nl Ha siaytorm, 1921, directing mo ns ROADS tUINVtlNllUlN mlssloncr of nald court to sell com- tho I MAHTIHl COMMISSIOXKIl'S SAM3 Ohio Circuit Court. 444444HH)44444HW4UUH4H4W lU'M jiii-iur- . ' rs . horelnnfter ... .1 tlio purppxe described iionu of pnylng i 0. liid-,cos- Js l"l '""' n, i' to-d- or GALLON US pro-192- 1, i , fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. 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