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The Hartford republican: December 21, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917122101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 21, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TV t ? r ; r Jlatttetf Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. I fUjmbJtfttit. Subscription $1 per Yeas No. 25 and had been sick for none time his death. We were unablo to ROBERT L. BARNES IS frnt Infnpmatlnn tt thn ftmnpt -' rangements. MADE MAJOR IN ARMY Mr. Morton had been a successful farmer, and was well known and a highly respected citizen. He made the race for tho Republican RESIGNS AS CHIRK OK FEDKKAf nomination for Jailer la this county DISTRICT BUIIEAU OK IN- twenty years ago, and came about VKSTIGATIONH. within a few votes of winning the Ho was a brother of nomination. tho Iter. Thomas Morton, a merchant of Oaks, in the northern part of tho Robert L. Barnes, for four year county. Mr. Morton had long been chiof of the Uurcau of Investigation, a membor of tho Baptist church and Department of Justice, San Antonio wns prominent in its councils. lie- - district, has resigned that position cause of his unusual height, nearly nnd has been commissioned a major Isovcn foot, tho Fordsvillo undortak- - in Iho regular nrray. Ho has been doers, Fuqun & Walker, anticipating galled to duty as chief Intelligence be-fo- re t( ( DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS !, OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY IJI --J- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, $Y., FlilDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1917, frago committee, as the suffragists wished, inatoad of the elections ask- aa tho cora-mltto- o, ta IHEAT ACREAGE ENEMIES OF RUSSIA the (number of members of the Home 'Womjii Sufiraco Committee by one 4KIMHTIO.V POOREST IN K.NTIRK provl,,0 a llac0 for Representative HISTORY OK TUK COUN Ixindon, Now York, Socialist. It was blocked by an objection. TRY. - llllrillrhl LiU 1 1 rVrUI An elTprt wart ma(,c br IjIIjII Uvo Kltchin today to Increase Kpresenta-UllLi- fl WHO OWNS TIIK MULES f i! Several head of mules are In tho hands of the Sheriff here, tho owner- shin of which seems to be Involved pCiiinnl For itt 80,no bucurlty. Charlie Turner nililon Itusluls of ii i canto here thu first of the week and Allied Countries Ot Hani 'bought u number of mules which JulL. casket of suitablo else, made a spe - quarters, remaining In San Antonio, (were subsequently levied on to satis-- j ciol order for one before his death. .Charles E. Brenlman. for a number a jiiugiiiuiu ill luuii 111 iuiui ui I) of years connected with the Bureau Andy Alford. of Hosine, for about ovcrii-wient 19. Doc. Washington. Vlt. UILKY PnOMOTKI). of Investigation, will succeed Mr. $700. Turner had givcu bin personwheat plans for a billion-bushe- l Barnes as chief. Tho change will cheek in payment for the mule rop next ye.tr to help tho United al Information has just been receiv - .bo effective Saturday, Norernber It). and when four of them wcru taken In jvatcs feed Us allien have received ed here that Dr. A. B. Riley, who reMajor Barnes in turn will succeed chare" by the otllcer he called up the y It was disclosed .i setback. cently entered the military service as Col. Monroo McFarland, Is wh Owensboro bank, upon which tho hy tho December crop report of thu g; a Lieutenant in the Medical Corps, made chief of staff, Southern Dechicks hud been drawn, and ordered JWAIHINQTON STAR. C epartment or AnricUlturc that while at Indianapolis, Indiana, and was la- partment. Colonel McFarland had the bank not to pay the checks. Tur-- i winter wheat was planted on the ter transferred to Camp Taylor, bus been acting chief of staff since th buylnc tho mules! Kind, was Two of a Urgent acreage ever sown to that ner claims he been promoted to the rank of Cap- promotion and transfer from tnn defor another party and that ho was! cereal Its condition on December 1 Bar-nucoming so partment of Col. Malvern-HII- ) tain. This promotion, man's" against the other was the lowpt.1 on record for that chocklnc 1 LOCAL HOARD BUSY ASSESSMENT BUNGLED soon aftor his entry iuto the military Colonel Barnum was proaotsU money, and that the money was noti iat. service, is a splendid testimonial to to the rank of brigadier general, and uulilnot In hlu n&n liuhllltlpH. In A winter crop of 540,000,000 bush-vi- s Out Questionnaires to Thu the Captain's ability and devotion to assigned to duty with th Eighty-sixt- h the meantime the former owners of The Pioeity In Only a Kew Precincts .Mallln; was forecast by tho Uurcau of duty, and will be pleasing news to Tw Thousand Men Draftad For Has been Assessed for Taxatloa division, national army. the mules have neither monoy nor (drop Kstlmotes. Tbo actual produchis numerous friends In Ohio counMajor Barnes has served the BuArmy Servic. mules, and scarcely know where thoyj For 1018 Tn- - Lists. tion lll bo critter or less than thut ty. We are always pltastd to leara reau of Investigation since February at. Th nourts will be called up i quantity accordln: as conditions here- are to tind ownrrn for th oiphani T.' ar Informed that Iss than on Tht Local Exemption Board began that our horn dogs arc running in 12, 1911!, when he first cam to Sam after ) better or wotte than aver- mule-)- , as wall as money for th mule- -' Antonio. In December, 1913, he was h of the county has so far Saturday mailing questionnaires Iu th lead. age Throuch a treat sprinc crop It made chief of- the bureau and has less men. ben asfiOSFed, and as oulr a few days th men recently drafted for army LOUGR XOTMK. still is hoped to bring th. year's toheld the position sine. Trior to comwhich the work can be servlc. The answers of the men to remain in wear tb billion tal to komnnkcr ing here he was with th Interatata A KOMK (HRIi IIONOKE done It Is apparent now that the As- - this list of questions will classify Mark Hartford Lodg IN'. S73, F. & A. Commerce Commission, at WaUing-to- n. 'hes&or can not complete th work in them for their order' of call to serb (.'orenuueut. Mutk Set He has had actual army expeIt will require about twenty M., held an important and Interesting .Miss Annl Laurie Allen, formerly th limn prescribed by law, which Is vice. ....... n.r.r. ikun i7nun.oO(i session on last Monday nlcht. Mncli rience, having served two years and of this city, haa been designated Pub- - January lbt. We are not advised days to mcil out th entire list. Tho .u .i. .- -i .. ih. cn was transacted and three ten months with the army in the PhilNurse for 'he city of just how the trouble can beiomedied. form rausl be filled out and returned business "c SorT,c r nlant I)ccem" Frankfort. Miss Anep;v graduated at (ir an individual falls to list his prop- - to the board within seven days of this candidates were given th Third or ippines, He was a sergeant in Comernmentorja , i Hen'dprson"iloRpltai several years erty with the assessor the law pro- - date it was mailed out. Tht flllins Master's degree. Hartford Lodge pany B, 27th infantry, serving in the ,. ,., , . , , ., ,. ,. .. .. . . hfr canvass shows that r, i - No. 675, is doing quite a lot of work islands from March, 191, to January, The farmers did ao, anu laier nijai iu r iuuaiui i, viurs no bnun go oeiore wie toumi urn ui una iuiui uuca nuw uctrau- and is doing it in One style. " 1904. make nf Arripul- - where she was associated for several Court -Clerk and .. ... out his list, ly require th serviceLI- -ofI.-.- a lawyer. -- . 111. W UVll, .,v.,,.....v .. .I r..V.,.,J HUU WC lrauiuc inn UUIUUCI Ul . UA- - invine uiiuunuvu null icfcui luuun A .special meeting will be held . this- i His work In the department as . . . , ... purpose "W nub"i coiu1I1Iuii8 WL're I""8 turn oi comerr- ch,Bt lnteniBeCe officer will be lit I jiipr Niir uiiijiiiitli uiiidic nivnrR wfiiiifi im.iiii w:iv riunirH ill-- iiit fill it. inij nuiui:ii in riiiiu in evening lor me injnii:ii aenlnia them. The very dry weather work, and her services were In con - manner of assessing those omitted for mailing the form back to tho ''' ' deB'f line with that he has been called up. f... uuu "Ma nili'Uk I...I .u..n ,,., , , .. , The annual election of oClcors will on to perform while in the Bureau lit 111081 OI IHO Wllliur ..I ..! j ,.i .1 iuvm. yuuinc n mis eunuiiiuu ih .true .t. sciviri i 'iuumu inuu iin slu"1 Thursday at one o'clock of Investigation. a large drawback, whll i' late harvest All men, including thoso formerly bo held next Capitol city, until sue wus receiu- - thousand taxpayers may nave to go r other crops and tihortngo of farm the Mr. Brenlmun has been with th ... ...j...... fnr !iilv ... U., ..... Ut city authorities to ac- - to tho trouble and expense of going" rvomntol .v. ...,. rnitcn will h. .l'n-I - " ly asked by tho fcelp wore contributing causes for tho Bureuu of Investigation since 1912. cept tho very responsible position of before tlio clerk and making out their .quired to fill out this form Rough River Lodge No. 110, held Prior to coming to San Antonio he failure The War Department has decided taking supervision of tho' city work tax lists. Should the winter wheat crop m.i- good convention on last Tuesday was tu charge of the Houston office, Wi understand the Assessor's fail- - to divide the men into five classes, a Miss Allen Is a lady of superior In- Routlno business only, was which Is In this district. He was one lii re to r40.0UO,Ou'0 bushels as fore aMl1 ,of,y notions of man'e uro to get the assessment will bo called to service night. niado is and tho men ''"B'''c0 be the third It would 'dispatched, but the session was in- - of the men who worked up tho to man. and rainy deserves tue Uuo to the fact that he could not em- - when nccuud according to the or Urgcst of record, being exceeded on .duty foresting in many ways, quite a few Farmers and Laborers" case3 at Ab- In her adopt- ploy deputies to do tho work. The der in which they arc classified 19 If.. honor that comes to her 19 H and ly by the crops of of tho oUIor hcai1s were welcomo Par" Ilene. San Antonio (Texas) Express Single men without CLASS ONR ed city. ucv.' assessment schedule, which intJovcrnmciil olllclals hud figured on ' 'e usness o. u.o oven- Major Barnes is an Ohio county Married men who have ' volves the labor of asking the proper- dependents. production reach having u inter wheat boy, being tho eldest son of Mr. and rKi.i:u.vn.'(. ins birthday. ty owner to answer more than a failed to support their families. Mar - i "' but 72,000,000 bushels, Mw. Weaver II. Barnes, of High thoMiud questions, Is so perplexing rled men dependent on wife for sup- forecast Indicates thut It will fall Chapter ISO. lit. was in Vlow. Mnrrln.1 men. fumllv .....nnrt. Ills many friends here will Floyd Klniore, a Butler county to both tho deputy and the taxpayer nnrt 1 ..2,000,000 bushels short of that Unskill- regular convucaiiuu oil tveuimsuiiy be pleased to learn of his prometiaa accept ed by independent income. was on a visit to his sis- - that men declined who the to rvo liro- - youth ,.. t ........ ..... ... tin.. A ril... .. 1. ..feU.. ltiiili'MiliiiiH urn thut 1.. !- .- k nnn Unskilled indus- night. While the attendance was und advancement. r 'I1K 11...ITU i'lAUiu i iiwibi isiiiii, vrui iv iur .1. luiiiuiiuiuiiuii iiiu Astua" ed farm laborer. iiiu lll bo 2.1.000,000 bujll')l3 Auction Identity as sor could afford to pay. The Asses- - trial laborer. Registrant who hau small, yet a good meeting was had. 1..- -ii... n l..iuf vnnr'ii rirord croli was a victim of mistaken METHODIST ORPHANS UOMK. " classification. iTwo candidates were promoted lo wp" AS ot " l'0UP,a of Pl'Ol. while sor, Mr. Charllo Hinos, Is under bond claimed no deferred cTeage. PI iniliiir Linger. 'the degree of Mark Master. Key- . . ,.nl,ilirnllnr lilc ulvlppnth lill'l ll rt 1 r wttli a Dnnnintv Pn . tn fnlthfllllr Registrant who fails to submit ques ' Already steps ar being tauon mi , 'stone Chapter will hold a special con ... . To the frends and those Interest." ancnu teonu nuu u urn ponorni inu uuiies ui ins uuitn, uui i uuuiiuiir. aii icniauauia uui. lin- -, vocation . iin. inrro.i4, In the acreace of at an er-'- y data for th pur- - ed In the Methodist Ohphans Heme: a young man whose face was not as Hlnes Is a poor man with only one ! eluded in other divisions. pop of ' .. the spring wheat crop to be planted for e M. M. degree In our Interest and enthusiasm for on the leg. the public will be Inclined to CLASS TWO Married man wi". spring Council of National Do- - f"Hlar to him. and while our soldiers, let's not forget our lltU i it i h "ieates. young Klraoro sympathize with him, and lay the children or dependent vr lookout for his man. ..... .. ,.s . fense and Department of Agriculture folks. A special serrlr has been ar'" Pointed out to him as possibly chief blame for the trouble on the are not mainly depeu- rtlcials have conferred and will adopt , I ranged for th. church next Sunday 'the man wanted. Th. Sheriff after Legislature that passed th. crazy bor for support, whe: i .. ltKKTM. Measures to Insure an adequate lu- evening by Hie Epworth League and -lncom available and ' -- l supply for planting operations. , tMae the young man lu tow found sessment law. they are asking you and every ethrr registrant will u i was not the youth wanted. the ample bupplles of heed wheat and, that he friend of the children to make some. BILL WIMi BK gearchlnc hint fouud a "UY" dependeuts of support. ;";)' The largest spring b"t upon belp for -. bees. ISC nounds and UP Hi.' contribution to th. koue. So pITV'' ltTUP TO STAfKM without children whos big guns en th. boy, which . couple of wheat crop heretofore was In 1915. 25; 121 to 16S pounds, lE..il; pigs. have your contribution ready by Sated iu department r labor and can 'ii-- i har- - nude him a man If not the ma $14. Si urday morning, when a committee constl- - earn her support. Necessary skill- $1.1. 3S to $14.35;, roughs ed. and brought him before Judge' Washington. Dec. U.-- The Tesiimiiui4l.,i,lll,l.v.", Intlmal am.nrlm.n fnr .illn.ol urn. ed farm laborer in necessary agricul down. Market steady. ... .. .. of Leaguers will call on you far it. w. .vMb Wilson. The jndge was inclined te f. Cattle, en th whole, were la goed You can contribute in any amount opinion that twe pistols were en- - hlbltlon was today finally submitted tural enterprise. Necessary skilled .th HKAYY KIRK IS POL'KHB ,0 for prlme Mport 8er8- - and ot anything that caa be used la tlrely too many for a youth of his y Congress to the slates, for ratl- - laborer In necessary industrial INTO AIR RAIliKKH heavy shipping. $1 'a we!1 r.gUiated Canned heme. pris "' lage te carry, and nned mm ntty """" eeij.ee; ngui iai ( goods, potatoes, beans, sugar, Tn Senat completed con- Papa El- d the trimmings. CLASS THrtKS n,. llGeruia aero - 'l I.Iaa staadlng U cws, Lndon, $7.5V9.; fat heifers. $. ( molasses, meat or meal, er aay ether -c .v4.CJ.44- -6 Idhh ivitrlnH Hnplish coast towns to- - more arrived upon tn seen at an 'resolution as passed yesterday by the relation of parent lo children not his M; bulls $S.00S.S; stockers, thing of value. When it Ih all in it own. Maa with dependent helpless alght. Some of th. raiders reached jopportun. time, paid th fin. and, House. 47 to 8, without a rollcall. $.etiS.7S; feeders, $S.M09.7S. will b expressed to th home. . u hrothere er munij. .i.- - i..- nt.i, .. .ui,- - took th boy home. We understand, i TmmHlnW uenaaa, iyhci. iiic - w- -. You will be interested to knew that . Ih. 8.3- - ma. cipal officers.sisters. County r nelice-me- n Calves, veals, best 12 to 12 Ms cents. Highly trained kcavy fire. Numerous bombs nuici inn Himorcs are eceiieni neonie una vened, Senator Sheppard, of Texas, Shftep and Iambs best lambs 1G thore are three children frem hi that the boY'H load of sheotine lrcus er firemen, 3 years ia service of te 16U, cents; secemds, 12 to 12 dropped. up m. national pronmition ceualy ia the home. was u matter f youthful folry.rathnrKatieu municipality. Necessary employes .cents; Sheep, best grade, An official aanounceweit ef th. $t.59 Mcdowell foglb, Pres. than of any inclination te maim and auendmunt and moved that ihe Sen of U. S. mall eervice. Necessary em raid Buys: A. D. LITCHFIELD, P. C ate concur In the House amendments. ploye of United States. Necessary 9.M; bucks, $7.9 dowa. the Es mutilate his fellow citizens. "Hostile aeroelanes crossed POULTRY. Vice President Marshall ruled that a assistant, associate, or hired manager sex and Kent coast about (J: 16 o'clock POOLING HOUSES OPKN. Heas, ISc; young chickens, ISA vote would be required fnr OFFICIALS QUALIFY. of necessary agricultural enterprise. 21c; turkeys, 23 24c; eld reosters, and proceeded toward London. Some 0 concurrence. CLASS FOUR Man whose wife or 12c; ducks, 19c. The pooling houses at Hartferd. l tne raiders reucnea me i.ouuuu uiv Jailer Worth Tlchenor, Sheriff S. childreu are mainly dependeut on his Bombs also tilct and dropped bombs. Rabbits, per dozeu, $1.51 9 1.7i. Narrows, and Fordsvllle opened for FISH BY HYDRANT. Judge Mack A. Bratcher, County labor for support. Necessary sole were chopped In Kent and Essex. Kggs, case count, 44c. lecelvlng tobacco yesterday, and a .. tl ... r. t .4 .! uk ... ...j. Ol fUSUilllira U1IU uaiimss Cook and Superintendent, E. S. How e UepoilS igood stripping season now would re When Commonwealth's Attorney managing, controlling or directing MARRIAf.'E L1CENHK. have not yet been received, our ard have filed their bonds with thu) Claude Smith arrived home for din head of necessary agricultural entersult In a rush of tobacco to market. County Court, and have taken the Ikuiis and aeroplanes were both In The pool was sold to Gormau So ner last Friday the good wife who prise. Man bearing similar relation oath of office, preparatory to enter- presides over his domestic affairs to Industrial enterprise. Jlollle Westerfield 22, Hartford U. Company, and S. II. Lee will receive ing upon their official duties the first CLASS FIVE Officers of the Unit- 7. to Muttle Parks, 21, Hartford, the tobacco for the company at Nar-- " e called his attention to a school of Monday In January. An ofiicnr elect Regular orS'l'KST VOTK WON II V (rows and Fordsvllle, and S. T. Bums real live little fishes in the kitchen ed States Government. Hl'KKKAtlK WOKKKRSjmay file his bond and take tho qunl-- . sink, which had arrived by the wuy dained ministers. Students who on Smith Cates, 27, Rockport, lo Jes-(Son will do the receiving at tha lifylug oath of ollico at any time after , Hartford house. O. It. Tinsloy was of Ihe hydrant. Mr. Smith caution- May IS, 1917, were preparing for tho sle Bratcher, 19. Rockport. Washington, Dec. 18. Vote in 'receiving his certificate of election Archlo C. Miller, 27. Beaver Dam. selected us grader at Hartford. Guy- ed his wife to say nothing about the ministry In recognized school. Per'thu House on tho woman suurugo ,na Westerfield ut Narrows and Incident lest wator Baron Hurrahs sons In military or naval service. to .Olllo Rannoy, 24, Beaver Dam. HKI.P TIIK LADIFH. Persons totally and permanently coiistltutionul umciidmcnt Thursday, Arthur Haven, 22, Cromwoll, put in an extra charge for tho fish. Jumes Wetithcrti ut Fordsville. physically or nientnlly unfit for mil- Rhodu Ann Leach, 23, Roslne. January 10, was iibsurcd today when e i The ladies nf tho Cliristiuu church STATi: OF HIF.OK ON itary service. Persons morally unfit fho rules committco agreed on that LAST CHILD DIES. Bennlo Long, 19, Rosine, to Pearl will hold their unnuul exchango at Mr, und Mrs. A. Word, of LafayPKTROORAD I'ltOCiaiMKB to bo u soldier. Stowart, 17, Rosine. dale indicating Williams Drug storo niauy On a teat vote today, 26, Ufa v or ette, hid., brought tho remains of Jumos A. Sandefur, Kxccu-o- n IAMKH I. MORTON DEAD. Dam, to lleiiluh C. Leuch, 17, Beav- their child here for burlul lust Frivmtlmciit In Iho House toward tho attractive and useful articles win uej jvtrogrud, Dec. display, and Christmas present tivo Council of Workmen's and day. This Is the third und last woman suffrage constitutional amender Dam. will find many things to lu- - iicts ment, tho suniuglsts polled seven Deputies has proclaimed a Epport Whittuker. 21. Bells Run, child of these parents to dlo of scar-fevJames I. Morton, a well known citvote. The terest them. II will bo given as n Btato of bCB0 ju Petrograd In an within tho past four years, izen of tho Fordsvillo community, to Lizzio R. Wells, 17, Bells Run. ) nioro thuii ii benefit And should bavn u lib- - for t0 repross disorders due to the died at his home Tuesday night. Mr. question was on referring hunrag? Shitrkle Bashuni, 19, Van Xaut,(' irs. Word Is the daughter of Mr L. ' . D. Bennett, ot near ByJa, looting of wine cellars nnd ahopa. resolutions tu tho now woman suf- - oral patronage. Mortoa was about seventy years old, Mabel Uyers, 18, Kordrltle. (ii-ii-C-m. I our-fourt' ! RYE PROSPECTS GOOD i. ms ,,',., ... ... 1 .- "" " V- llK.. n.lI.J ... ..- w , i" i at to-da- y Pas to-da- I , Ke'e ' """"' .,., ..,., ....' ' .,, ..". ,... nt . -- as-b- or ;"' " " 'r'"" "" i- $12.t13.i; 01. .mi. ..? i.e; en", ..., .. ofr .- two-thir- i . 1 I 1 & V to-da- t 19.-Tli- o rs er two-tlilr- -- t- - I " .mr''"!.Nj jr re wttWiiHi. m. mm um niMwwf mwgfctf Jtt vjh. jp'&ftOM xtmamsMwiu.. sAMtma'SZsaez -i '.. s . "" l mnrlno zono, the Kauian struck .'DRAFTED HEN FOR f f..t.. ..... .... . " nunc nn jm .' ratiil fntltlllltrfVl ...ir.. .town i r.irff.i worth XS.OOO.- -l THE SIGNAL CORPS AlTITIinF FAINTS 000 I. steol, bags f nw. barrels nf "" I"" that a w.ir without pity has enhanced It ' the valuo of tenfold to Franco. UNIVKIWITYOKKKNTI'CKYWII.I. .11,.".......,. ....ivr naa . .... iinr.uiiii . ...... . " necii .Ml.iniiW i., nnniiiii.' IJKHt.Y HTUAI.V QUOTA FOR in the whole cirjn is still contained JI.WK THGH.MXG FIGHTS A KMT. Uull. ihf itplrmltin having opened ji WITH ::r:lY. th-- ii only a nvill which Kaplt ', nolo, 'i Kinaiy of hag and taako cac.ipwl The IJnlvornlty of Kentucky has lloliind llrltlsli Mnw in France, The snip reaia on s. ue.i hi nam. uw boon requested by tho War Departcucapadoa holds her In an upright position nnd Stories of daring Ntov. 20. train-In- s the matter lit nrJtl.--n aviator, cxcltinc acriut It would be easy for divers to reclaim menta to consider the enrolled of quota of draft of large part of her cargo turnouts from which tho Within a radltiH of four square tho State for service in the Signal i ii.. .un,inrlv nnlv bv mlr- -' r.il.H miles In tho straits between Helle Isle 'Corps of the National Army and (lie irl mil of hrllllantlv executed .., .... " nnon German aerodrome and troops and the matnianu no me wrccus oi narrat- - at least live other largo ships, all of , noxt call Is especially Invited to this fauhlml the German line aro proposed course. which might bo Hn the reports ot the Royal Flying great dllliculty and salvaged without The Signal Corps requires the Scr- which represents of nbout Corns covering the activities vice of thousands of trained men umai-fiercIncidents ot a value oi ia.uuu.uuu anu a ono week. Ilalr-raislIt is important that they bo capablo conflicts alioe the clouds or of SH.OOO. telegraphers. Men, who attain pro- ,. . .. .. ....... low over tho German communication i itcioncy as loiegrnpuc ami oiuurwise m the,, succinct ir c iwkii I'KKNK.I AIR CORPS iunllfll for service in this branch report without bombast, as tho these; of the army aro certain of rapid prowere com- .mrrow escapes from death mot," a io numlior of offlcers and dispatch llcl.il monplace and all In the day'a ork of ' ,.arU. pec offlcers Is large In headquarters have just arrived ut the the Proportion to the total. High class For example, there was tho case of tho American expeditionary force r 'leslrod because the work of n British aviation olficer who.when ln Franco authorizing the United " confidential and largely dependent - states army to take over the I.afay - ' nearly a mile above the earth, was atupon Individual effort. 1 his service He attc Kscadriile from the Kr0IIC tacked by two enemy aircraft. sponsible 'or the transmission c shot down one of them out of control, 'army. Is a most Important f the American youths who j Information and and faint- A hut was himself wounded ' factor .... in successful niovunieuts In ......... nun .....i. i.. .i . . .liuiivrvi-- . .. .,. ,i. ... i... Gil WI111U lilh .' fc. " in the field. covering consciousness, he found his service will receive commissions The intention of the course Is to I.lcut. machine upside down at an eleva- - the United States army one enemv William Thaw, of Pittsburg, who train citizens of the State who are tion of 1,000 feet with enrolled for the draft for higher poaircraft still firing at him. The IJrlt- - organized the American Kscadriile as sitions than they will attain without managed after a the unit was called at first and who Ssher, however, IN rlgM his machine- - and has been in command sHico ("apt. such efforts aud albo to furnish 'struggle-.treIt, will be made a mn-'j- fair share of the largo number Thenault left land safely. of the service. In tho United States army. Sub- - quired in this branch Pilot Faints. proInstance, a I.tout. ilaoul I.ufbery, of walling Upon receiving a certificate of In somewhat similar - ficiency he is entitled when duly callGerman scout attacked a British air- - ford. Conn., who U credited with dein the Signal Corps plane carrylus a pilot and observer. ' stroying fifteen German aeroplanes. ed to enrollment to that branch of and to assignment One of the German's bullets passed will aIs,o be made a major. gmrl of San Frau- - tho service. The work affords British Sergt. Kenneth Marr. thru the gasollue tank of the training and experiencf that will he TTII1 Crt1(Tf .. Oil til A ntr., TIhIIav ...,! nntlAil?1 Will till tf PfL'. Jacob. Tho low plateaus roand the town aro very fertile, but cultivation Is neglected by tho neighboring fell.i-- r been. The district was very thickly pnpuated ln tho Homan and Arab ' times. On the western bank of tho river aro situated the two wells famous among the Arabs for the good quality j if thnlr water aud fur their Ue. the largest measuring 12 feet hi diame ter. Tho desert of Ueorshcba Is very beautiful In spring nnd early sum-- ! iner, but In this season of the year' offers to "Tommy" nothing but a dry aud parched surface with not a singlo troi to break the mpunton of the landscape. The arable land of Palest Ino comes practically to nn end at Hoerslipba, which is distant twenty-eigh- t miles from Hebron and fifty-thre- e miles from Jerusalem In the first years of the Moslem era the famous Arab general. Omar, retired there to lead an ascetic life Stoiti.'icli Trouble ami Constipation. Those who are afflicted with stom! AIRMAN AT GREAT )1 qqsv$?&$)s?xxxi;qqxxx V ; -- i LsLdies Zi i , Z' OBLt ,i!. .... uits Hub Clothitig Co. HARTFORD, KY. &G9W$GWmaWSi0GWXXw&Gf&SGi o 1 e I I .,,ii,.i tikis J , lii.-Of- r. , i. n. i...i. ach trouble and constipation should never ",1 have rend tho following. found anything so good for stomach trouble and constipation as ChamberI have used them off lain's Tablets mil on now for the past two yenrs They not only regulate the action of the bowels but stimulate the liver keep one's body In a healthv eon:. ditfon." writes Mrs. llenjnmlji Hoopm er. Auburn, X. V. .. KDlltl.l-- : KAIITU e IS I'Or.NI) iiy Anisteriiam, :ki:m.n sciiintists Dec. IS - or In their frantic "search for new food substitutes. Germans huve made tho dis-- . j Wagons! "vT'aonsI Wagons! Ik-for-o : V overy that edible earth exiiuido farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of ists in many parts of Germany, and lost no time I thu very best material ami last lar longer than any learned professors have in inakin-- : It known that the eating machine made wairou vou can buy no matter what J of earth Is by no means confined to a"er 'skill. N. Y.; Adjt. Walter Lovell. of "f -pilot. The British observer, however. price you pay. ertain Mivage tribej of New Qulnra ,,p-- . Ileu, f J1onel, pumped a full double drum of .,bul- -' Concord.,. Mass.. and Sor5t-.,,,Robert I.. , Ofiicer, writes as and South America It was j highly .. . . . .. uocitweii, oi inciuiiuii, thi u uuur ..inartnient uu We also do all kind.' of Blaokatnithiim and lie- 7 tpemcd delicacy, they say. during I lets at ilia euoniy scoui ui rery about our proposed cours"-"Thiquarters and tho Germaa weat to the captains and will be placed la charge followswill bo of wonderful advantaje ;Ju Thirty Years' War and also In pairing, especially tho hard job.s thu other fellow X of the first four escadrilles put In li. "lejn between 1719 and cround with a crash. 'o the men of your State who recelv lh H.1,1 l. tli l'nlti(l States arniT can't do. ;iat Hi,. Itrlltuli X ll wi" P "p" tl,en ' 1V:'.S. I The other members .f the Lafay- - Jh- f01lrs- fainted ad fallen against the wteer- Layers of edible ejrth. it is stated, to Promotion, besides V aho make a specialty of HoMcshouiug and 2 lug "stick" la such a fashion as t. ette Escadrllle. wh..hav. aot beea In army by hav been located nn the moors of th. ilrutano into a snin. The the service as Ions as the six above "?'S of tha e tot. thea mch -, l.iineburc. near Koenlsshert, In th arneotly solicit your patronage in this liuu. such Pieparia; HritUV absorver climbed aver the mentioned, will be comml.sloaed 19 ; valley of the lower Vistula and In r'9, ld and furward alone the plane t first lieutenants and will probably lie Respectfully yours, the grand duchy of Hsr. while the f .11 Any CHI" TTIIii t in command of escadrilles als. pilot's cckpit, lifted tne Austrian-- , It Is announced, aav their' tht t a proeressive younc man. . ...- ... . I,.- - u- - -- uou, .... ine . rr. His seat aau, Sllll sianamc i"" in i.jia.'cuo pini- - 1..... .!....!.. .h1. !. wnAt .l.nl.tn.1 , n.ln.a.ln. own deposit of tdihl earth near , ..u... . .... - ., . ... I .! l,b.M ,..lf..m., m,t "HI J loMt-al- a men WlUZ OL IU M1UU9, TCICC t.w aicci- - u.wcmu .!.! ui.r.1 wn..wtua ... I. not unly verycin.in.i but very Kgtr and Franzensbad. in ..... t.....nl.t .v.. M.hlii. mut .Innv thm IImaj nrnH Jii! In tllf. Ttlt- 1 - of elementreplace tBeltructlv., including the gr.u.d. od States SICnal Corps, ot th". s.iu aud safely telecraphy. ,1- return- - horizoa-blu- s uniforms they Uav. been electrical ensineerlns. Tw British officer were ternatins currett senerators, tel-- j FOR FLETCHER'S Ins frnm au expedition ver tko ene-rn- y wearin; as French pilots. phony, and rail, instruments and batterlinos to locate aostilt Thirty-liv- e yean experiewoa in tlio shop. o ies when thoir machia was hit T FA.MIXH IX ATnBNi Military . XO.MKAY In Clsss-rwrk TCDi:XT5 firo and the enslns dani- Jii OKOWINO TfClltSK French will b ofteied, ever- - effort j hssay rrox thi: noRste -gcd. Volplaning, tho utachiao land- maintain a liijlt j v.ill bo made t od SAO yards from tho British lines, Athens, Dec. 15. The famine con-th- e standard f instruction. Apt sttul- Tho horse is a very noble quadruairplano turned ovor and the avla- - unions In Athens aro becamlns morsj e:it- will not be held back by the ped, but when he Is angry he will not -j ins. wcrtt nuriuu oui on uia ucriua- - anu more severely ion. ropuiar "Enrollment will do so. II Is ridden on the spinal ,naulHt.f of othf.rs Running alousr the t0ntoat Is beslnslug to find an outlet no( Hide of a eanal. HRKE 18 A GOOD PIjAOK TO STOP FOR I.ITTMC MOXICY re.uUr operitlon of cord by the bridle, and sadly the drivDeacu nnaior ucavy lire lroni nnej jn mutterlnsi which threaten to ue- tho draft. Certificates of proficien- er places his foots on the stlrups.and Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th and tuaclilnu guns, tho aviators dir- - veloji Into a roar. Tho remaining cy insure placement in thu Sisual divides his animal to the meadow, ed into tho canal only to find it full partisans of the old regime are find- - Corp i. 'Ih Only Hotel In Ioakrlllo Operated ou the lie has a long mouth, and hi. head of barbed wire, but uianaeed to rech us fertile siouad imon: tho almost In conclusion tie call is for worthy is attached to the trunk hv a long American anil Kurop.mi Plaus. .he British liuod in safety. 'starvins peoplo for tho fomenting of youns men, who are entitled when He neck AMKUICAX PLAN' (With Meals) the JMaiiv instances iliustratin; Tbo kept well in hand called and properly tiainrd to asslen- - protuheranc. called th. , ...... ' discontent. .oy a . .... - .... has four lejs; two are in tho front Iti.oiDi without Hath bul with Hot and Cold Rannlng Water. reexicss uariug oi m. uruis-- i aria- sirous nil now responsible i(llt ,9 lnlporUnt ,n,i Thu? German lines to .it-- ; th j malcontents may becorao desper- - (JuUf g For furtner lnformatlon write sid and two ar. afterward xors sent ovoj-th, an which he runs, and slngl., S2.M per day; 2 people, $2.0 each 7S Rooms lain laforraatjon, destroy aerodromes at. If they do, tho result way no f raptaill H x. Royden. Command- - ar. weapon-(0 Hoonis slngl., 2 t per day; 2 people, 2.2S wncb himself by .xtendiug also defends aud Ttarry tho German reserves aro far - reaching. ant. University of Kentucky. I.exln: tlios. in th. rear in a parallel direcI Front Rooms. single, 3.11 pur day; 2 pvoplti, 2.J4 wach mourns nave passeu since contained 111 Uio omciai iiarrauye. K(H)Ui with Private Rath: ct0Ili wuo s charsd with tat dlrec- - tion toward his foe, but this h does On pilot who crossed tho Unei at ra'lsins of tho allies' blockade and a to t tfca class." per day; 2 people, 2.7S vaeh single, 2 St Rooms only when in a vexatious mood His raa-- 1 state almost of fainin. still exists.' Ypres throw off the attacking pur day; 2 p.opla, 3.M wach single, 3. Rooms is generally grasses and foodstuX chines, bouiiod the Houio aeradroato p,,ji u $ scarco that recently lj rhamboi Iain's 'oush Romerff. H. Is ah. ucftil t. tak. n ;rains KimOPKAN PLAX (With.ut Meals) ThIg is BOt 0B)r ,la f ti,, ,,,st near I.lllu and was fired upa by tw. stTf 9yrn goat' lichts being sold in well as " for his back a man ar woman as Cold Rnaalag Water. R.oms rrllhont Rath but with Met tnauhlno guns. IIo dlvei at one of the market' for human consumption iancl ,ost efficient medicines soino cart. H. has powtr t. run coughs, colds and croup, but is also thts, tiring with both guns of the at :( cents a pound. 7E Rooms slngl. Jl.M par day; 2 peoplo, J.7S .nth as fast as h. could. He has got no "ttritisa airplano, drovo tho Germans ( Tho Greek soldier will fight whe peasant and safe to take, which Is slngU, 1.25 per day; 2 peoplo, l.tl an.h CI Kooma at night time, and always - his owh stomach Is empty, but lls luiport&nt when naedlcino must bi sleep frosa tholr guns, fired upon tho aeroSI Front Rooms. tingle, l.il por day; 2 people, 1.25 each standing awak.. Als. there aro limine again, attacked and scattered mind must be at ease concerning hisjs(V(.B t, children. Many mothers horses of sh.rt sizes Th.y a. th Itoomt rrlth Private RaUi: a column of 2D0 Gorman infantrymen family. Nothing is wore deruoralls- - j i,aY0 Sren it their unqualiSed on- - sam. as the others are g.ntrally dotingle, 151 par day; 2 people, 1.2S each SI Rooms nt ing to bin than uncertainty as to the drs,Mtlt. on tho road. A Gorman tlnglt, 2.11 per day; 2 peaplo, LSI ach SI Hootm is n. animal- - Ilk. th. ing. Thni j -.irluua was circling 599 feet above walfaro of those left behind. A St horse; n. s.aner they se. th.ir guarhint for an attack. "I zasoiaa up or patriotic enthusiasm inspires tne HHVT KAISH l'RM TIE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Siztk aid Mail Sts. dian ar muster they always trying far army, but th F CKAX IN NK MIXL'TIC : wr. pea a Pi under Its tail aud fired into It," writes younger classes ot tho Only. fonding. but It always at th. morning iho British aviator. "It crashed oldor classes with families require tin. They ha v. g.t tall, but not s. Kmw tTlth.nl Rath, $l.tt and p; Raamt With Privala Bath, 1.SU And something utoro substantial. A successful Havana, Bee. IStl.wn onto tho rail way." laag as th. c.w and ath.r such simand upUaat UaUag Place In Tvwa. public demonstration of a new sysAnother British pilot had QlreJ a they form the bulk of the army, ilar animals. Th. L.nttvlllo Hotel and th. OU In ar. laeated la tha wholesale tem tor raising sunken vessels was hundred rounds on German troops -- iBy walk la tho retail district and theaters. You Xeeil a Spring Iavatlvo. district and only a at lleela. across tho on tho march when ho was laterrupt- . ARM IX d VICTORY FOR V. Dr. King' Now Llfu Pills will frBm iayaBa. when tho id by two enemy airplanes. He at- - ' !, 1NX COMPANY, Prop.. J.OL'UVIM.K llOTMfj AX PAT)R VIHIOX TO XKttR Regla was drove both down move tho accumulated wastes of win- - ,ou bars thorn and .,. .. . . .. . ju . ui rsi,ti vm.p ItiloQtltioa , IIia Imrilfn Wrought to the surface. .. t..i. oi .i.iin . . ail men nimuuu ma Into treuches of tho blood. ....-..-Got that -sluggish Ylctory for tho Ameritan arms has Four specially constructed tankn tho Gonnau iufantry feeling out ot your sy- - rllvldt-- Into two sections, one sec-- 1 been "revealed" to him in a vlsi.a, spring fover and uhell-holn11. W. Jonej, pasand that whan th. c.nllct Is terFlvlae at tho helsht of 299 feet a tern, brighten your eyo, clear your Uol cotalulng acid and the other declaies th. Rer. vim and suap .water, rrero attached to the hulk by' tor of the Ureen Stieet Col.red Bap- minated, th. aatl.ua .t tha earth will Uritish aviator engaged In a revolver , complexion. Get that .129 Ka.st Green street. fashlan their governments after that luel with two Gorman olliceis in a of good purified healthy blood. Dr. dverai When all was ready a valve tist church. which he KA R. THRO A T, NOSK not.r aud while, doing so ran Into King's New I.lfo Pills aro a non-grl- pro- - In each of tho tanks was opened by I Tho vision in und Stripes read success f tha Pnited States of America. -showed him And Fit t i n g of Ota use telegraph wire, but lug laxative that aids nature's lines, allowing tho water for the Slars means of Laulsvill. Herald. homo lines of At all drug- - In one section to mix with the acid a spreading eagle, soaring above the rortunately hia machluo cut them. A 'cess, try them cap-ItOWliNSBORO. KY. Tho gases thus form vising sun, with the dome af tha In tho other few mlnuloi later hu attacked Ger-- I gluts, 25c. How to Pi'eent Croup. th In the background, declares '" ' In a child that In subject ed expelled the water, converting the. inr.intrr which escaped his gun at- ta ......... ... pastor. i Stninn llislion. j tanks Into buoys, tho lifting power of tjiiiy y uivuu; miu iiuhu. tnekM ot croup, tho lirat Indication nf preacher rose In tho if irst wi,ic was sufficient to bring tho craft i The "vision" came to him ThanksA colored the dlhease la hoarKoncss. Give Cham- African Methodist Church to Intro- - ., tho 8Urfacn and maintain It there. ! giving morning, as ha awakened. berlain'tj Couch Remeily ua IKICNOH TO KAISK kooh as .MANY HUXKI1X SIIII'S duco a bishop. Although only u few feet of ono of j Framed against tho morning sun was the child becomea liourae and the I . wings outspread, whlla the . "llrnililern noil slstern.. hu hUKUll. . lilt) uiunia .. ... i.. un ..i.ii,i ..l.,,.-....v .. . tho eagle, Ufllinu i.uw.v it.,, w. uttuck may he warded off and all 1'iuli., Duo- 10. Tho French gov- - (',us famous bishop is de greatest Iter, the moment thu valves were op capltol building took form as the 3iiu danger and anxiety avoided. m IIo kuowH do un-tl- ened tho hargo begun to rise, aud rose higher. Is about to tako up the ques- 0p lu ilu world. oa Study of the "revolution." the pas salvaging the numerous knowablo. ho can do do undoablii within a niinuto it was llouting erect. of tor declares, convinces him that It Nowton 11. Ilaker. Secretary of I mmaiaa" wrocks lying off Hello Isle, among' mid ho can unscrew do uuscrutable. Officers of tho urmy and navy IkCALL PATrrmua Kunsun, thu iruy for hlni!" Tlt-Ulwub intended to show him n sweep- War, estimates the Iohbcs up to Juno tlieiu that of tho steinier tho demonstration. !ki?,.e4 ,or ?,',,' I"'"1 fi,i 'ImpHcIty tail ing victory tor American arms. of tho Ilrltlah expeditionary forces i S '; -- 1lrbt American transport (not a troop- The appearance of tho eagle hi the In deaths in action and from wnuiiils f Can!, or by ...ail dlf.u. ilo,. .olj ihli gottom. Tho Kan-- ' iwii'iKii cArrnn: Piaci: hhlp) to so to tho any other nuke, -- " bend men ix itir.M-- : iiistouv sun Would Indicate ho says, that as I at 7 per cent nf Hie total of all men ElHcCAtL'S MAGAZINE lor tree cUloCuc A an. a largo ship or 1:2.000 tons. IK'.sj i I tho .sun rises, to give light to all, rent to Franco hIiico the beginning of I water, the top Vae P iu 'only nlxty fct of n plainly visible to por iafaats and Children London, Dec. 15. Heerahoba, re- no do the.piinclples advocated by the the war. Ho adds that the ratio of I PTaln million a montli. 'invaluible. Ijh of her four plain , lniyeedlewok,C:i,duJ' ships, her wiroiebs cently captured by the llrltlslr army government reflect light on (ho whole losses of this character all upprouchiuK cVn ! elKutie, tile, tic. ("rtR J?"1"'). Including a ini p'tte'tt" of Improved tactics and bwlft-l- y F In Palestine, derives U main lnturest world. teirraphv nt.p.iratus stretci.ing.stiit Mwa biM Smbwtlbe tudijr, , fJV .m,lj top. Again tho appearance ot tho capud mounting allied wuperloilty in arfrom Us connection with tho Biblical iml.rokeu. botcin th hteel flrigerfl WONUtlitFVL 1NOU4XMENTS natrlarchs. and served as a resldenco ltol tihows that hero laws are made tillery, Is leas than 7 to every 160 ) point lmm beneath tho water. of Qfa&iC-&fei6l- i gmute wu that .iUiirwcnhprlioSt. AJJre 'uucceshlvely to Abraham, Isauc aud which are to bo accepted by the world men. tho sh!- - ' --sfcJy thru Affor jiant.l-tr- ; X U McMU J vou buv vou should uxiunino our liitiul .,,., 7"r!,'vl ' i s ii...mi. li- -J yer" , ,hr. .. " "tanc. i d-- - ... f il!t AU.ui. j ; , 1 IV inti-resti- f Children Cry CASTO R A A. B. Row 6c Son j ventertowti, rvy. j anti-aircra- ft t( ,...,, ,, -ruir., o j ; -- ) ' two-seat- . Bl - I to-da- or sixty-tacke- -- i, ... j. (W0-niast- .- s. DR. J. H.THORPE ( I RE, ol iTi-i- .. tW I I i - - hlsh-urnmo- nt J ts m:-.t- CTA D W fl jf A r musBroruverauiears SXttZ3? to-d- io (' W. U WJ W. 37tU JW am feu ."fl RUSS AMI TEUTONS SIGN ARMISTICE CKHKATION OP IIOHTIUTIKK TO IjAKT UNTIL .IANUAHV M, TIIHN I'KACK. It1 miMi ft""- ' HIS CAMOUFLAGE m - FIRST STEP FOB . "wijf, V''?tlr,V HEBREW ENTITY ItOVKMKNT LAHNCHI'I) HV JKWS TO KKALIZi: CIIKIUHHKI) DHl'AM OK YKAIW. dT7.j&!JvlMHnMRSK9i3!98i . rrrsnsGrcnz?- .JT"l'r "- m M c.7&X3.iro. - m.a ' PSMS wxJi ' r? xi t V''A'K533S52IC2a2Z Ml y " ' k'ftu Contents t5Pluitl Dractoiy CASTORIA For Infants and Ghildrcn. Unrlln (vlu London), Dec. IS- .- An armistice nercntnent botwoon tho government in ltuswla ntid tlm Toutonlc ullli's was rIkiiciI at Saturday, nccortllnK to nn fflcinl comiminlcnllim IhsiiliI today. The armlstlcu liummua effective at neon Monday and In to remain in force until January 14. A provision in tlio armistice nKrcr--moin that pence negotiations nrc to begin immediately after the signing of Hie arniiHtirc. i The text of the communication folia ws: "An armistice was riRned at ye.ilerday liy plenipotentiary representatives of the Iiusslan upper nrmy adminintrnllon on tho one hand and lb 050 of the upper army administrations of Certnaiiy, Austria-Hun-rarDulcaria and Turkey n the other hand. "Tun armlMirr buginn at noon 17, and remain ia forrt uutil Unless seven January 14, 1917. days' uotira Is give it tontinaca In It extendi to all force automatically. tho land, air and aural forces of the tomuiou fnnitti. to ilniiMi !l of the "Acrordinr; treaty, peace negotiation arc to Immediately after tho signing of an armistice." kl Ilrusl-T.UovIlrcst-I.ltovHk er lie-i;i- n naltlmore, Dec. 1C Two hundrod leaders of tho Zionist organization of tho country launched at a conven tion hero the great movement to realize Jewish national entity us u result of tho reenpture of Palestine from Turkey. "An historic gathering," Nathan StrntiR, of New York, termed It, amid cheers. It was the first concrete step toward the achievement of tho national charactr-- r taken by the Jews of the world, and Intimation wait given during the meeting that a practical of tho Holy Iind would be under way within n month or two. Seek lmiucnxo Fusil. A cable wan received from Indon Mating that physicians anil nurses and medical units could go to Pales tine within another month, and It was informally announced that the American Jewish Unit, organized by the Hudaseah, the women's Zionist organization of the country, is ready to begin work In Palestine at once. The outlines of an international Jewish fund of $100,006,000 to make the Jewish rcoccupution real and practical were given and within a few minutes $85,000 was realized toward an initial $1,000,000 of ihe In ternational fund with which to begin the reassiniilation of the "promised y vmig j. KB G'if liSfi err,Cif llHIIflll J Mothers Know That Genuine Casioria i, i&Bft? 'vJRVi ? I' AVKoiioL-arhnccH- T. AVc2ctaufcfrcparationr:rAJ-- Always Bears the 1iniJliicSlaniacfemiuiwB!.' rflM jf f$m "S WMV ! C ccrfuincssnndRcsttotAto; ti ,Tvnilno Digestion Signatme yV. Jr lf IV $ In . neither Onium.MorpWncn: VwiAJlJi"' i .tuttSnit wm r7tti '5?i: aVV -k nnniiiiiiu.iinwj .. mtpnfltif I ! - f..Dvfor -- - U Alt Use For Over nntlFcvcrJshncssand ' racSimiicsisn;- - . mm cjsjess IXSS&TL :rtt . a . I Y TMt CINTAUM (&t0ZXM TlffiCCtirAOTUunr-- r Thirty Years fsi. r E!v TiEV i."-- I uftgj" Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA COtHMfir. NCW YO Sloan's Liniment Knr KlicuniatNiii. Tho torture of rheumatism, the pains and aches that make life unbearable are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, a rlenn elear liquid that '.s easy to apply and morn effective than tntiREy plasters or olntinontR because 11 penetrates quickly without rubbing. For the ninny pains ami aches following exposure, strains, sprains and mtifclo soreness, Sloan's I.lnl-moIs promptly effective. Always havo'a bottlo handy for gout, lumbago, toothache, lmckacho, ntlfT neck and ull external pains. At druggists, 1 25c. KKNTiVKY HKCUriTS TO NKMOI-M- ItAMiS IN SOUTH I'LANS AIM: MADK I'Olt CAKK OF INJL'ltl'MI SOLDIKHS The receiving hospital for United States soldiers brought bnik from lOuropo, to ho established at Staton inland. N. Y., will have a enpacity of 2..ri00 beds. This marks the beginning of a comprehensive plan for the euro of Mddiers who are disabled in tho lino of duty. It will bo used oh-l- y for distribution. From tlio Statcn Island institution mon will ho transferred to general or special treatment hospitals, sites for which aro now be.lng solecled throughout tho country. Whonuver possible, Injured Eoldlcrs will lie sent to places near their own homes. They will bo fitted for trades to which they aro adapted, and at the time of discharge tho Government will assist them in returning to their proper places in industry. land." Oralittido'To llrilain. The $100,000,000 fund is to he us ed for constructive and administratis work in tho new Jewish State. The delegates were primed lo return to their homes to form local organi zations to raise funds for the national treasury. A resolution of gratitude to (treat Britain for the liberality of lis declaration indorsing the of Palestine as the national homo for the Jews was passed. Associate Justice louis D. Urandeis, of the Supremo Court of tho United States, appeared unexpectedly, and extended his congratulations lo the Zionists for the prospective realization of their dreams. A resolution was adopted at the night fcssinu naming tho $100,000,- 000 "constructive and administrative fund," tho "Palestine restoration fund," and arranging for tho raising of tho iultial $1,000,000 within sixty days. To Handle this fund a national finance commission of five was chosen, made up as follows. Eugeno Meyer, Jr., New York administrativo chairman; Nathan Straus, vice chairman; K. W. Lowls-Epstcltreasurer, both of New York, and Heury Alsburg, New York, secre- CITT, 3S2S32SES nt rmvniAius ki'Kmhnc SCOIIKU IIY VANDKUIJI Cincinnati, Dec. 10. A boarded dollar Is n slacker and a dollar spent for an unnecessary tlilns is "an ally of tho tinemy," Prank A. Vanderllj) director of the war havings campaign, said hero tonight In ono of tho first addresses of a two week's speaking tour of the inlildbi west and south, lio urged inirrtanrii or war savings without de'ay. Kacli arrival at stamps and cfcrt Hi cates for tho doublo camp is besieged by officers and men purpose of directly assisting the for news of Ujo movement of nationgovernment to linaneo the wnr anfl al Kunrdnniuu overeats. Every ordor economize on materinls and energy from division bnadquartors Is closedovoted to producing ly scanned in tho hope It may con"There Is something worno tlian a tain some nuggestion of an early deslacker, thougli. A slacker is only parture. Tho division was completea negative quantity. Hut a dollar ly organized under direction of Iirlg. spent for an unnecessary thing to- (loai. fcMward M. Lowis on tho arriday hocomeft an ally of tho oncmy. val of tho last guard units from KenIt is a traitor dollar, boinio tho la- tucky in October. bor of man and woman is employed During the last six weeks tbo men needlessly to innko useless thlugs, have been put through nil practices when tho government needs that la- of modern warfare. As to tho readbor to mako things thut aro essential iness of the jnen for service, llrlg. for our soldiers in winning tho war (Jen. II. TI. Whitney, present so wo must neo that tho dollar is noncommittal, al-tupont for uiinetmary things Is a it It evident ho and members of tuuiuicu to this world fight for free- his staff aro as anxious to move as dom. tlio troops. 4 "It Is for mory person to stop and consider, before spending each dol- Ni;W KOODSTUFI-'XX)lt lar, into which pan of thu scale they USK IN t.'KK.MANY will throw It. Will thoy buy unnecessary things, and by the. weight cust Concentrated straw fodder and mi lhat sldo of tho uralo contribute v Jh to our dofe.it, or will they refrain ground grapo pipB aro suggested for use in (urmany. In a pub froifi tho unnecessary punlnu.es and Mablo put tho dollar into the bands of the lished list of now foodstuffs, with of use, tho following are government, enabling it to buy tho things the weight of which will hu abo found: sawecd, straw Hliubar'b IcaTca, n rcnl help towards victory? "American soldiers need a vast moal, crushed and ground niaizo ears, amount of equipment." It ia Impossi- heather stalks, ground nugar-beble to produce all tbo quipraent a seedB, parsley seed, wild radish husks, cake, rrcnt army wante in the shortest pos- bran, wine yeast, beechnutfoods. lish time uulesM the government is meal, and various mixed sible Attempts have recently been mad limply supplied with lubor. use of "When yon hire a man to protlnc In England to establish the nrticle, yoa rhubarb loaves as ercens, but It for you an nnneciwsary that tnich food is dangerous. ar eompetiuc with the covernment have reported o English newspapers Dy Just that man's labor. itL,it' several cares of lllnssn followlne tho you r hflplnr t much blados. feetiva and wore dangerous th work eatinc of rhubarb leaf . American iiHer has U U. Y tho lfeid Colds From Sudden ninngeB. are naylnc t make that iallar Sudden changes of temperature . ami underwvar bring spring colds A woman 98 years old has written with stuffed up head, sore throat and the woman's teiainittce of the Coun- general symptoms. A doso of Dr. cil of National Defense asking for KIiik's New Discovery is suro relief, war work because, suo says, "My this happy combination of untiscptlc' A bnisamo clears tho head, soothes the son Is too eld to bo a soldier." to go to Franco irritated membranes and what might wants -- glrl.D ywiraxJd scr- -' liavi) been a lingering cold is broken n sa messenccr In the Hod Ores up. Don't Ftop treatment when revlco. e . lief Ir first folt us a half cured cold Take Dr. King's New Young Mon's Christian Association Is dangurous, 1 work in Franco Include) tho Discovery till y'ir cold Is gone plans for rstttblfblimoiit of 78 libraries. ICwilluiii.ike.lH lown. tIdaho Fulls. lowu. vibrtiUuiis uf . tlio ttirik ww FOR FLETCHER'S .. ffjl hnr t 4 o'ottL ttfc lio damaso wu tioa. ot Camp Shelby, Miss.. Dec. J. "Soinl "us men" is tho appeal that goes back to Kentucky from every Kentucky guardsman in tho Thirty-eight- h ivlslon. Tho division stilt is in need of a mibstantial forco of recruits before It can move overseas. Many companies liavo msvor attained their full war strength under tho new organization quota and others havo lost men by transfer to various brandies of tho service. It is tbo pride of every company to keop full strength and to keep Kcntuc.kians together, but this Is only possible by recruiting men from tho home towns. The Ono HunField Artildred and thirty-olpht- h lery, formerly tbo First Kentucky, expects recruits from Louisville.' It theso forces do not corao, transfers ot rnl(llrn from oilier units and regulars ami lonaorlption men will bo necessary. Tito Kentucklaiis, Hoos-Ie- r aad VtRt Virginians agree to a man In the desiro to get to Franco Siaixk No M onoy inAdvuuco ano A lion GuaLow-H(Nc- SatiHfno" ranteed t PricoH TorinH Pact Saving of ai y .. t SlOO to P. A. STAI1CK 5200FacFrom tory Direct IE) mccAtisii HKH F.vnint wiiii'fki) Sill': H1LLKD HIM in riano for SO days' frco Wo will ship you a beautiful Stcr home. No cash payment required. All wo nsk is that- you will play upon. uc nml test this piano for 30 days. If, at tlio end of that time, you do not llnd it t"i or there Is no sol;. 30 OAVS' m mw your trial, Y0U8 Hardsell. Ky., Dec. hor aftiier whipped hor severely, ac--ording tu an alleged confession to Sbunff Tankersley, Miss Lillian Wil- moutli shot and hilled her father. lames Wilmouth, a farmer, of tho tary. Kivor Hills section near here. The girl is under arrest. . And Father Vaja Tlio linis. , "How ! Hobert getting on at col lege?" asked tho minister, who was being entcrtaiued at dinner. "Splendidly," said the proud fath or, who then went on to lull of his son's various social, athletic and scholastic successes, and tho minister said it was a tino thing to be collcgo bred. That evening little ames, who had becu an interesting listener, said: 'l'apn, what did Mr. Brown mean by college bred?" "Oh, that," said papa, who had been looking over his son's blllb, "is a four years loaf." 1'hlladelphla Ledger. n, Savo SI50.00 or Horo Easy Payments o $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh being" I a ffitisfactcry piano. tVo elilp direct to you from our f3cioy, prices that eavo you uimatds o' 3100.00 lr Jio coct of your piano. We Kuarantrc to furalsli roii a brttcr piano for the money than you can You are assured ot reccivlus secure clsewltcre. it twMt toatj durable high grado but alter 33 days; of trial, you can bcpln piynirnt oa the lowest, easiest terms e7cr (.uggcitefl by a piano manufacturer, Thse terms arc amoved lo cult your convenience, and it la iwasible for you tD buy a piano for your home, without Vert pay Eu cash down, rs!ts;'S tU" money. The readers of this paper will bo pleated to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been ablo to cure In all its stages and Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally nnd acts thru tho Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of tlio System tlieieby destroying tho foundation ot tho disease, giving tno patient strength by building up tho constitution atii assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have no much faith In the curative powers of Hull's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso that It falls to cure. Send for list ot testimonials. Address V. J. CHENEY St CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all nrugglst, '5c. flR.Yaetw Cuavanloa , Starck Siarok riM".-r!iu- that Is catarrh. greatly Kverv Starck Piano t miaranteed for SA years. Tnit icuarantri bu bjcic ot it our 35 yran of piano experirow, ami the reputation of nn twpoiulhle piano bouse 2nd -- Hand Bargain and reconiMiand pianos ot all ctanJnrd males uken in for new Starck Tianoi I and !''( Tho follow. I iae are a few sample barjalusi a large num'ier ot tdlditly useJ We hate corauntly on hand tt tie het anj nxl VjjiV. tU VfWC PiUiOH to IRJ. ',ou market. vtu t-- u. lighted with the many exclusive features of theuc wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured, ft 50 Free Husio Lessons Ta ercry purchaser of Starck l'iantw, we give frco muflc lessonl, in one of tke best known school.) in Chicago. Theso knuiu you nan take in our own home, i'hlg represents by mall, one years Irw instruction. weocr Stein way Chickering Kimball iiu.uu 90.00 92.03 Piano Bcofc Free Sfaick 05.00 195.00 ScnJ far our latest complete Second-hanUafuin list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Stnd today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which civet )ou a lart'u amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you, Write today. 1313 Starck BId., CHICAGO fr stated the visiter. Htcmners Take New I Unite. Tokio. Dec. 15. Thirteen freight steamers of tho Japan Steamship Company, hitherto sailing to London by way of Capo Town, uro to be sent thru tho Panama Canal. Tho new ftiOTHKIl KNKW I'Al'A. route besides being safer is one week Tommy, who Is of rathor an quicker. Llttlo inquiring turn of mind, and who had "Ik Hoy Is." been gaxlug at his father's somewhat A black woman halted In frent of rosy countenance for some time, nt n produce store In a Georgia town and last askoi: "I'apa, what makes your facv and addressed tho proprietor, who was also of color: uoso so dre'fly red?" "Iso dee aigs fresh?" "The east wind, of course," an"I ain't sayln' dey ain't," he anBwered papa, rather hastily. "Do not swered back. talk so much, Thomas, and pass me "I ain't uxln' you is dey ain't," she the beer." snapped; "I'se asin' you Is dey is. Is It was then that a voice cam from the other end of the table in dulcet dey?" of tones, tarUc: Vexed Wife There is no calamity "Tommy, dear, ass yu aaaa the can befall u. woman that I have not east wind, and be tareful not to spill suffered! s. It en the clean cloth." ray Amiable Husband Wrong, -- dear wiiy, you have never been a NethUc Doinff. widow. 'I knew who has the lost mency," Vexed Wire I said calamity, sir. Tit-BitTit-Bit- t 1 I You Can Be Whatever You want To Be You can be a success, and a big success, if you have o-- "Then, why come te me?" demanded Sherlock Holmes. 'I want you to get it back fer mo." "Whs has It?" "My wife has it." "Watsou, kludly show tho gentleman out," responded tho astute Sherlock with a yawn. Kansas City i. Too 1'iirlicnTtu. The girl who thinks more of her georgotte crepe wulst than she docs of her beau and refuses to permit it to get mucned will ncver-mar- en to n the tutio of Mr. Mendelssohn. Florida Times-Uniowell-know- AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the mon who preparod yesterday. We prepare you for the position thut are waiting for ihe prepared man or woman. School to session tho ontiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and roceive proper classification. ; c Journal. Society of Hlblo The National Scotland has distributed 4.000,000 oopkM of tho Scriptures among tho aMlsrt f tbo Urttteh ajtd iUUd Children Cry li. - DN-tm- et QASTORIA ori. urmle. Young Arthur was wrestling with a lesson in grammar. "Father," said ho, thoughtfully, "what part of spcoeh is woman?" "Woman, my hoy, is not part of HMM!li , iho In alt of 11," rolurnod fatuM. It sle I Oiisiness I o In! in ;' (Incorporated) OWENSBOftO, KY. c t4v&a-- o4e-- e J SMrnarM -- ,w V j.jv r,.m0lmtW',mMw '' JTr!jPP'P , r Hartford Republican. jMKTPonn rniNTiNa company p. B. SMITH, Froaldent Scc.-Trca- .mi' - J'-- l " Pnblbhed Weekly by human race, but at least the experiment will point the war toward n flnal regulation of the moat demoralizing buelnots that CTcr cursed the human race. Advlcei from Washington strongly indicate that tho present Congress will offer the Slato a constitutional amendment for national woman suf- n hut n It roqulrcn of tho States to ratify a constitution al amendment It Is hardly probable At ..nrt til nnimi lit "" tlonal rotuo lor somo years iu kuwj Tlio BOUtncrn niaies, iiiiyuik negro population, will of course reject it, and they constitute almost of tho States. Our women friends who want tho exalted privilege of tho ballot had better turn their attention to the State Legislatures for the present, at least. thrcc-fourth- STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluko.) ground; and, incidentally, they holding a big slice of the other ground. r fol-lo- 'v"sieflajaBa7ejBjnrBjsjaejejBHei - Incorporated W. 8.TINSLEY, a. Editor OHN 1IENIW THOMAS W B TIN9LKY, Associate Kdltor d UimliiCNs Mutineer, v-r- J iluttort. HIM. ..I .li rortuixw omi Ky.. in mull mirfir of t. HOiorJIn l law .. - f ''h communications Address Hartford Republican. tk all NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBENS h wnwr wilt to n atweribiT" dflrlu to one-four- th w nldrMB must Biv tUu old nildrwn Iu milling the I0e per llnr nml 6c r llsfl for each adiUllomil lnf rtlon. ul Card of TtMiilii.Sr Obituaries, llrnolotlon Ilof, moncj la itdvaavr. tut otbir for uttIcmj tKurch Nolle fltiflnMO hocnU anil Kntli-- , i! r V It Is the terlous duty of every American citizen to heed the warnings of the government in tho matter tti. of practicing the moat rigid econodTrtlmmt. o V" BeimmalMon lll rewire do my in Baring food products. ttontlnn growing of another crop fore the more than a rait Hon farm laborers TEiarKOlTSB. 133 will hare bees transferred from the Surxv'boxlsinS. OS fields of th terms to those of war, and this with the tremendous exports prodMeti to feed the armies DBCKMUKR 21 of food ITtttfA Y ake oa appaliine of Kurop will draft upaa mr supply of foodstuffs. SMtU eisus U ci ine, a BiiUiox This condltlom mast necessarily grow toy Mrcsg. scrlou6, aad If we are to avoid starvation er fcread riots among the poor The beautiful snow Is cone but th we must beg! Having now. tlbfr Mud lingers oa. Every citteea rn Hartford and ia Ilemeraber the soldier boys will' Un nnnnttf on wnl afcftlllri Ion I o hfttn prirt the little Christmas presents,ing hand in developing tho lied Croaa sent by the folks back home. movement. No worthier object could 'engage the attention of those who a very decided This paper has enjoy the ns- choice for United Statos Senator, but "o fortunate enough to socintions and comforts of homo whiM to speak first. it docs not want our boys brave the temptest of war to Ohio county would like to furnish rescue mankind from tho dominion the candidate for Attorney General of the Hunnlsh sword. The purpose of the Kcd Cross is to demonstrate on tho Itcpublican ticket in 1919. to our boys at the front that every Advertising activities at Washing- - energy of nctlon and every emotion ton indicate that plans are being laid 0f 0vo of their friends at home is McAdoo to succeed to being devoted to their welfare and for support. the throne about the year 1920. It is an honor roll upon - patrons not more than which every Kane should appear, and To all our ,et us hare im ,ackor8 vhne thIs We saw more snow shoveled off of six months in arreurs with their sub- - du,y Jelm a chopter it you scriptions we wish a merry Christ- - have t0 orqttBlte on(! yourself in the streets here in 15 minutes, ono day this week than during all of the and to tho other fellows too. cier tQ do po months of April, May, June, July, i year. If Congress can find no other methVv'c are pleased to note that our August and September, of last od of improving the present deplora- own Judge, R. W. Slack is being Yes, Betsy, we are doing things thrse ble condition of tho mail service it mentioned high Republican circles days. ulttl.l 4iii.t. fli.t hiioinnus i'jor fn tbt for Judge in the Court of Appeals of express companies. They get there This whole country is hiirroundcl from this district. While we should with the goods. be sorry to see Judge Slack taken by water, so they tell me, but they from the very excellent work he is are going to keep monkeying with With tho tremendous draft tlut doing as Circuit Judge, we should be things here, there and yonder until has been und will be mado upon the pleased to sec him honored with a it gets so dndgumed dry that Old farm boys for military service, bescat in the highest court in the State, Barnum & Baileyn wouldn't even fore another crop season, it ia apto exhibit rmnel in It. position ho is eminently parent that if this country is not to-- t for which i fittefl, both as a lawyer and a man. go hungry our women mu3t volunteer vVe asked Capt. Dyer White how years on the bench in this to go to tho fluids to help till the In his two he aceouuted for the formation of district Judge Slack has demonstrasoil. unusually thick ico on the rhcr ted his ability to perform the functions such Cap said he'd bo darnhighest court of the State, and at this time. ,0t the ,, nrobahlv ho the stroncet ed if he knew unless it was due to The Frost King halts the war gamo the carelessness of the blamed Lock in Europe, and many months of slug- - man fho R Mlcans could nomtate Keeper in leaving the gates open. With he gish activity must follow Court Qf AppeaU. of approach of the fourth winter of he houW the war me resuii is hihi cuiucuidu iu mu elect to elevato Judgo Slack to the, A. Rial says he was trying to pop womb f fate. How many more bit Appellate Cocrt, Ohio county can of- some corn some days ago and could ter years of blood and tears are in fer tho district a lawyer of ability not get his dadgumed roaster to warm up at all; he attempted to turn the Blore for us only time can tell. and experience to fill tho vacancy, up a bit to get more blaze ncrson of tho Present very burner If tho fortunes of war result in the 'n the when the whole top fell off. Ho said permanent retention of tho city of abl and raPallle Commonwelth's on examination he found the durned by tho Allies, the feel- - toner. Mr. C. E. Smith. Besides his burner, blaze and all were fro7en as ing is widespread that the Holy Land splendid fitness for the office Mr. stiff as a stick. Smith has behind him an unbroken hhould bo rat apart for the "cord fo political successes, having ("awl of Thanks. Ilslimcnt of a Jewish kingdom, with their ancient city as tho capital. Af- - "cen twico elected County Attorney I wish to express and tender my tcr being a race of homeless wander- - of Ohio county, and afterward shar- heartfelt thanks to thoso who oo ers for nearlj two thousand years It i"S with Judgo Slack the honor of nobly and willingly assisted In minwere u generous act for a Christian carrying for the first time for tho istering to my departed wife, in her world to establish again the Hebrew itepuoitcans, hub juuiciai uisirici. last illness. Your kindly ministrarace in their ancient kingdom. tions and encouraging words ami acCinTlSTMAS SKIIVICH SI'KCIAIi i, HY TIIK KPWOKTH 1,KAGI,K tions are a lullef and comfort to Prico fixing by tho government is her friends and myself as well. tauslng a sugar famine all over the Sincerely, Sunday Evening, December 2:1, country. Tho experiment was doom M. S. UAHTLKTT. Tho'1'-- 17 ed to failure from tho beginning. Ministry. Subject ran control nrlces of Lendor Uev. A. I). Litchfield. products a surplus of which Is proI IlKADS ODDLY STKUXG. ProRramnitt. ! country, but It Is wholduced in this Song Hark! The Herald Angels ly impractical to undertake to fix (By I. D. Claire.) prices of commodities which niunt SmB Prayer Judge John B. Wilson. Tho reason Is apparbo Imported. I don't care anything about the 1 Scripture Reading Matt. 2,3-ent. As In tho cabo of sugar, a part 2 2 Cor. 8. Mlv high cost of grub. It's the high cost im- - Cr. 9. of our supply of which must be ot board that's worryin' me. ,u,nno ported. I Xmas Giving Everybody. If anybody is goln' to give Arthur Tho Spirit of Xmas, 1917 Mis? We like the way County Judge-- , Kirk un Christmas presents I sugCook talks about his anxiety to; Elizabeth Moore, elect faithfully servo tho best interests of i Music Mrs. Henderson M. Mur- gest sex. Me an' Arthur 100m an" I know what he needs Ho says ho will wel- - phrce. ine- eounty. Address The Beatitude of Minis-n- y uoiM. como and appreciate the counbel of citizen who cares to dlBCUss with try Mr. A. D. Kirk, Song There's a Song in the Air. Bit Null says he thinks that terrihim the best methods for managing ble hlltvard last week was caused by Benediction. county's affairs, and that he es- -, the pecially Invites the advlco and coun- - j The giving will bo done in heetlonp, u Oerrnnn spy monkeying with tho bel of tho citizens, regardless of their with musical accompaniment by Mr. weather lattory. political affiliations. That is tho V. (3. Elgin. A banner will bo award-rigThere iu to many of tho hoys goln' spirit for a public official to bo- - ed to the section making tho largost offering to bo sent to flit' armv now that there Is goln' contribution. Tho gin with. . jto tho Orpbaus Homo at Louisville. to be a lot or weildln's that wont take Both Houses of Congress have vot-- 1 a cordial invitation is extended to place. j ed to submit to tho States an amend- - tho public to Join in tho servco, and Oiie argument agin our goln' to war Constitution pro- - every member of tho church is expect-vldln- g nient to tho Federal to nttond, and nil are Invited to with Ccrmany Is that it will overfor natlonnl prohibition, ami stock Hit country with old maids. wo beliovo thero Is no renBon to mnl;i' some contribution. that tliroo fourths of tha States doubt Ktmw WimKi!. lb'- - M II. & R. train Is u great will rntlt'y It within soven years as) It to tho drummors. We want a number of tons of by tho resolution. Wo fa- provided Will tnpa at ach station long enough vor trying t'i cixnorlniout. No mmi jluhJ traw wheat, oat or prjfc. iiiMkom to work tha town. ma eerttdnly forowo the Involved re- - n . Asa'n., to rott-- 1 suite at xah a rudioal nttomut . t. JCUJCJ, Mgt. Tha Gcruiaus arc still holding thoir old 8 the ulflt a ctifftoiii almost Fum' aMt3l 1 ' eon-in-U- w ' Caesar Mines, who cleans up at tho Citizens Hank, says there la nothin' A certain membqr of tho Ohio doln' when It comos to a "poro nlgcr" County Fuel Commission, who happicking up a lojo jitney where Holl pens to ho n bachnlor, Is thu occas j ltllcy labors. ion of thrco or four extra parlor fires a week. Ho should marry tho Caesar cleans up at tho girl or resign his office. other Hank also, and on being pressed as to his findings there, the aforeThomas and Tlnalny nro going to said janitor paid thcro was about as plant a five ncro vineyard next spring. many chances to find stray ti dollar They contemplate a grapo Juice plant Williams where Mut Hunter tolls as ' prmided tlioy do not hnvo the there were for picking up nickels to let tho juico get too nour. ufloat at Hiluy's shop. He said ho didn't novcr find nothlu' at neither presents Noun of by Chrlslmns Hill Shaving Emporium. My friends must has arrived yet. them by tho M. II. havu shipped Editor Thomafl and Arthur Kirk, & E. who room together, decided during one of the recent cold days thnt they Tlnsley says if thcro are any good would both occupy ono bed on the things In this papor next week he is following night. It nsema that Kirk entitled to the credit for it, as arrived at thoir room ahead of Thom- Thomas will be in Louisville, and if as (thowgh it is not definitely known anything appear that ain't good, it 65 tu time of arrival of oithor) and will be something Thomas wrote beafter thinking himself wurm, pro- fore he left. ceeded to get into the bed usually ocThomas cupied by his room mate. I have some little literary taste, arrived, and th room being somt-wh- at but just aow I wouldn't exebaaee a dark, warmed his shlus, tired of baahel t coal for a ccfy ef the waiting for Kirk and crawled into "Beaueifai Jnew." th bed known as KIrk'e. Bach of course retired thinking the other was out (an Thomas of course was). Thuy both got up the next morning at the same time and it is said that they missed their breakfast in trying I? make some sort of explanation, and NOTICE! the more they explainod the wor the tangle became. Feeling between the two is such that they don't and I shall quit the photograph bus-incwon't talk about slumbering in the in Ohio county Dec. iMItli. If same bed any more, )iiu Mtmt photographic work done Advantage- of this last opporSpeaking of Thomas and the cold take tunity and como. weather, reminds me of the fact tlmt All work will bo promptly finishthe Editor has some sort of tin look- ed. ing watch that absolutely refuses to K. G. HCHROETKR, run when taken out of his pocket for Photographer. the night. Kirk hays tho minute all Inger-so- ll of the animal heat leaves the In other words it's just it dies. a hot weather time piece. nils-fortuss Tha President's man House seems to bo a sort of Third House. Hints For The I Holidays! gift-seeker, This Christmas decide to give some- thing useful something that will be of real benefit and value to one you wish to remember. This store is equipped and arranged espe cially for the and is filled with articles of charm and distinction, selected for their special suitability as gifts of use and p ir beauty. Appropiate Gifts for the Whole Family Begin your Christmas buying NOW, for your own com tort and satisfaction; larger and better assortment to choose from. Christmas Suggestions FOR MEN- - ders. Sox, Handkerchiefs. Jewelry. Umbrellas, Caps. Sweaters. Underwear. Raincoats. Overcoats. FOR WOMEN "Gloves. Caps. Scarfs, Shirts. Suits. Shoes. Gloves. "Hats. Tics, Scarfs, Suspen Coats, Coat Si:its, Shoes. etc. IMAGE- - quality; also Trunks. r Handbags and Suitcases. fine xiiixaMLVws: JwakcrjWBWCTzesr or-m- as I pt tm " ' IlKNKltOW. Mrs. O. S. Whito is visiting Mr and Mrs. Estill Dnughcrty. Mr. OtlK Ilalze is visiting his lis' ter, Mrs. Delia Woosley. Mr. J. it. Johnson lost a good milch cow Monday. The farmers were getting along nicely gathering com when the snow fell. There will ho church at this place tho fifth Saturday night und Sun-- d ay. I Mr. E. V. Liles has bought the Luther itogcra' place and will move in the near future. The boys aro frelinr blue thii week. Sunday was so bad thfy could not go to see their girls. m . Carson k - Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Be Sure and Mail Us Your List for Anything You Alay Need In I l i HIMRFR SA.SH- - DO?. . columns, roiixwortt ji-- vi lAs-rft-rj- iA For Our Lowest Prices NOTICE. After October 1, 1017, I will be in tho office or Dr. A. II. Klley from 1 .00 p. in. to 4: CM) p. in., and In my office over William Drug Store from :00 n. in., to 12:00 noon. DK. K. 11. PENDLETON. e COSSACKS AHE NOW IN POSSESSION OK UOSTOV t I J Fordsv5l2ePSanincjlVni! Company (INCORPORATED) Jake Wilson, Manager FORDSVILLE. KY. : h- London, Doe. 19. A I'clrograd dispatch to tho Post says that tho Cossacks finally occupied Itestov on Monday. Tho infantry joined tho Cossacks, tlto rear guards surrendering. I let man (ien. Kalendcs, of thu C'ossacliH. has proposed to tho Government that civil strife cense, stipulating thu Independence of tho Don territory and nonintervention by the Maximalibts. N". 2 Wont Hartford, arh and sulphur, no device for discharging or CNplodlug such substan- j Damns, I) !., GO a. and 1 town ces hy concussion or friction, will be j lot Hutchison, John, 0 a allowed to bo sold, displayed, or within the Commonwealth of King, John T., town lot ed 1 kl ae Kentucky. Tho discharging of any firo arms within the corporate limits of any city or town, or within three hundred C100) ynrds of any tnaguzlno or factory where oxploslvc3 aro stored or manufactured, Is hereby prohibited. 11-1- Any person, persons, firm or corporation failing or refusing to comXotiio is hereby kIvcii tli.it the ply with thebc rules and regulations Ohio County Petroleum Company, hy as herein provided, shall be guilty of Iw tho consent of Its stockholders, a misdemeanor and subject to tho closing up its hiifilnchh, und any per- penalties as provided in Section 47 son liming n claim ngulnt said of an act of the General Assembly, will please present same. approved March 15th, l'JK. I. P. DAUXAHD, President. U4tJ DcctnlK-- f llfli, 11)17. . NOTICE. Pcnaltr. jKloln, Mrs. Lucy, 1 town lot.. ; King, I). V 1 town lot ' Mosolcy, Mrs. Jennie, 1 town lot N'ovbolt, W. E., 5 town lots . . jN'nll, Sisters, 1 town lot ...'. Schroader, 13. O., 2 town lots. . Vciscr, N. A., 1 town lot I .... .... 19.94 5.S5 y.s:. 7.2H CIS 5.95 9.1 9.CC A .... ... 2.J2 3.S4 No. :i HtsJn. AlEItCUANTS HE CAHKI'UL AIIOUT SKLLINO FIIIKWOKKS! In viow of the extraordinary conditions brought about by this being ut war with a foreign the Firo Marshal of Kentucky has Issued tho following order, and rail upon und request all officials and officers of this Commonwealth to assist in tho enforcement of tho same: No person or persons, linn or shall soil, offer for salo, or placo on display within tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, ntty blank cartridges, toy pistols, sky rocket, Human candles, stjulhs, plu wheels, spit devils, sparkcra, or any similar flroworka In which explosives aro used, or tho typo of toy or aerial balloon which reiiulrea flro underneath to propel bumu. No flroworka or flra oraokors, of iny size, containing chloiato of pot- n, j J , ht ,i o-o- r. Aa-cric- an tlv ' Cntdoel. J. 0., 40 a 5.M Johnhon, M. H 52 a ii. as McCormick. II. M 19C a. 28. " Kenfrow, B. C, 2 a 5.17 Shown, Isaac, 62 a 9.2 Smith, A. S., 50 a 8.1 Travis, H. M., BS a 9.5S Ward. E. H ia 7.1 Wallace, Jumlc, 97 a 12.1& LAND SALE FOR TAXES No. 4 Sulphur Springs. Ash by, II. M CO a 9.18 Uorkley, Mrs. Lou, 40 a G.7 Ily virtue of taxes due me, the llaxley, Charlie E 53 a 9.6X .Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I Fioldon. D. M., 13 a 5.17 will, on tho first Monday in January, King, James II., 13S a 20. C6 19 IS, cxpohe at public salo at the King, Jess, 50 a 8.1 Miller Heirs, 40 a court house door in Hartford, C.18 tho hours of 10 o'clock j Miller, J. E tiG a C.05 a. m. and '1 p. in., tho following lands Uonfrow, II. E 25 a C.Ci or so much thereof as may be neces- Toms, Leslie, 41 n 6.C2 sary to produce tho sums required, I Wright, James H., 125 a lR.C ) Wright, John H., 88 a u. or. vl: j Whoberry, Itichnrd, 9 a No. I East Hartford. 4.1.0 G.4.1 Wlmsatt, John, 35 a Ashley, Leona, 100 a 7.7'i Duswell, 1). 8., 07 a H.24 No. r Mnguu. 12.51 IJabhltt, J. V 50 a. Urowu, Marvin, 150 a 9.U' 9.45 llnughn. C. I)., 75 a llozarth, Mrs. J. J. 25 a 7.37 1(1.05 Holm, Him, 38 n Farmer. O. N., 85 a 7.37 1.75 llleki. J. L., ao a Hliieti. Virginia V., 45 a. .. 9..5S Mosoloy. Mrs. IMlla.F.. 126 .. 12.S0 liobeiuier K. L., 61 a. . 5.92 I Monro, Mrs. Ad)J;i. 1 ttw lH I0.it, Johntton. Charlie, C 7.70 10,15 Nix, John. Ed a. T- a W Wright, 1MI1 (Coeliattail jm luth Pazvul J ... f a O yfv;w:r2. f c X-- M Op IHfflTeBV JC3Eim'JKlrffiiTOIiffiaU5H yiuEzxs&zmyiVAWWzrssn AS1 If you arr, Id need of a Rood nans; j .Too Bradley, a farmer living Junt Stovo far the least money. See AC- - below town, was taken to a hospital 24t2 In LouIrtI1Io this week, In tho cans TON DUOS.. Hartford, Ky. of Dr. Willi, of Heaver Dam, to bo U. K. Haynes has sold her 'operated on for some trouble In bis Mrs. fnrir. Imal nucl .if tlnrlfnril to Hllllnll bCOd, Shown, of Hcflln, for $3,800. I I 1 AMERICA WHIPPING GERMANY an easy task to what buying a snita- - 4 bleprcscnt for your friend will be this yean if von wait, as usual, until two or three 4 s before Christmas. . j Will be e1 Tho Illustrated lecture, which has been announced for the Methodist church tho cvclng of .December 24, at will not be given as tho time announcto spend a few days here. ed interferes with tho traditional Christiana tree. Mr. (J. V. Wilson, of Ntirfield.Mles., MIsb Mary Mnrke, who If? teaching Calhoun, will arrlvo homo vlHltcd bin Mticlo, J f P&fEXT SATURDAY we will have our formal opening of Maple & Chlnu, tho restaurant men, keep candies, cigars and louui-cas well as toothsome things to Mr. Claude Webb, of the Ileflin satisfy Hint appetite nf yours. Ulvo community, sold tho tobacco from 0110 thorn ono trial and you aro certain acre of ground for $349. to go back again. son, tho flrit of the week. We think your wife would apprerecolvod over $G0O for one load of ciate a good new piece of Furniture (Jollverod hero recently. tobacco Get it for her and for Christmas. his resi- lt she is not pleased we will take the Mr. John Duke has sold dence property to County Court Clerk furniture back and refund your money, acton nnos., Claude lllauionship for $23,009. Hartford, Ky. Morgantowa, Mr. Otla Howard, of Mrs. R. R. Wedding, who has was a bucsI of Supcrlntendent-olee- t been confined to her bed for several B. S. Howard, tha first of the week. weeks, under treatment of Drs. HoovTaylor, of Mr. J. It. Murphree, of Beaumont, er, of Owensboro, and Texas, wa3 here the first of the week Hartford, is very muth improved, visiting hl sob, Mr. Henderson Mur-phr- t. and Is able to get about her room. Don't forgot tha Schroeter Btudlo win ctoss on or before December 20. Tako adTimUee of your first chance SCHItOETEIt. anil conic. Mr. Judge John 11. Wil- o, Frank lllack, of near town, Xmas Goods. Our stock younc en, Raymond Bebruler. RayJVDSB SLACK DMHII. Word has just been received here mond was 25 years old at the time of Lieut. K. L. Barnett, who has that been with the 149th Inft., Gaaap JadjC R. W. Slook, of tkl XHetrlct for bis death which ecurred at the home ApfK.-Ua- t of his christian mother, Mrs. Nora Judge Distasted by Shelby, Miss., since the old 3rd Ky. Debruler. It was by the kind chrisPoliticians. National Guard was broken up, has tian influence of his devoted mother been transferred to tome pelat in of Ileflin, Kansas. Mr. flMfug Williams, "Writing in the Louisville Times that Raymond was led early iu life' went to Hattiesburg, Miss., Wedneslast Saturday, Will Kaltenbacher.the to accept Christ. He was a member day, to visit his son, who is in the Write to Fordsville Planing Mill political dopestcr for that paper, has of the Pleasant Grovo Baptist church, army camp there. Company for their lowest prices on the following to say about Judge R. and led a. consistent and devoted anything that you may need in Lum- W. Slack, of Owcnsboro, for the Re- christian life. He was an industrious Mrs. Sidney Smith, of the Clear ber, Sash, Doors, Columns, or Mill- - publican nomination for Judge of the and successful farmer, and enjoyed Itun neighborhood, died Saturday work. They will mall you their Court of Appeals, which officer Is to the confidence and respect of cvory night and was burled in the Patter- close delivered prices by return bo elected for this district next year: body who knew him. His remains son graveyard Monday. of Judge Robert W. wcro placed by the side of thoso of The mail. Slack, of Owensboro, is being promi- his father In tho Whlttlnghill cemeMr. Ityron Fostor and wife, of The editor of this paper will leave nently mentioned for the Republican tery, July 24th. May God's Holy Spirit comfort the will spend Christmas week Monday for Louisville, where he nomination for Judge of tho Court with Mr. Foster's parents, Mr. and will spend tho Holidays with his fam of Appeals in tho Second Appellate bereaved family, and may his InfluMrs. Isaac Foster, here. ily, and will run over to Lexington district. This news was brought to ence lead the brothers and sisters uaeawffijmiasqwn EWHUHTfBwoumK-jfflmuAi!.JWiww- i Thursday to attend the Louisville by a member of the Re- to prepara to meet him when they A FRIEND. We are going to have lots of good meeting of the Kentucky Press As- publican State Central Committee, are called to go. things in our store for Christmas. sociation. who stated that Judge Slack was beDon't forget to come to see us. ACSOLON TAKES ARMS. ing boomed all over tho district for 24t2 TON BROS., Hartford. Ky. Congressman Royal C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Blankcnshlp the new honor. Judge Slack is the spent Tuesday with Mrs. Blankcn present Circuit Judge of the judicinl from the Second South Dakota disMr. Hooker Williams has sold his ship's father, Mr. S. M. Mnddox.near district composed of Daviess, Mc- trict, has enlisted as a private In the residence property to Mr. Ellis Fos- Beaver Dam. We understand they Lean, Hancock and Ohio counties, National Army. Congressman Johnter. Mr. Williamo will move to the had a "hog killin time", and that and his feat of winning in n strong son, is a Republican, is 35 years old M Harry Taylor farm In tho spring. they brought back a supply of spare- - Democratic district two yearn ago is and has a wife and two children. He rib::, sausage, etc. still the talk in political circles. was serving his second term In ConMr. Dewey Bean, who has been atShould ho become a candldatc,which gress. Tho fighting Congressman BSEoBHBHHBBBiBolHHHfiK tending school at Elkton, is at home John P. Rowe, formerly nf Ccn is regarded as extremely likely, his was born In Iowa but removefi to the holidays with his parents, Mr. tcrtown, in this county, died at tho friends assert that he would prove a South Dakota when a child, and hold Everything new, neat and clean at for and Mrs. n. K. Bean, of Narrows. rcsidonco of his son, R. P. Rowe, in formidable factor for bis party's many positions of honor In that State Maple & China's Restaurant. beforo ho was, elected to Congress In Owcnsboro, Tuesday. Mr. Rowe was nomination. Mr. El Crabtreo bought a hog from tho father of former Commonwealth's 1915. Ho Is serving his second term 4. .DKCKMHKIt 21 rmuAY,. o Mr. M. L. Heavrln wa3 In Owens-liorMr. Sam Barnett a fow days ago for Attorney A DEATH T1UIIUTK. in Congress, and will not resign. Ho Jake Rowe, and Perry on legal business Monday. C7.50, about the Rowe, both of whom and his wife which ho paid On the 23rd day or July, 1917, it is the first member of Congress to ft H. JftST.UR. K. TUIK TA1ILK. worth of a horse a few years ago. pleased God to eall from our midst give up his scat in that body to ensurvive him. Mo. 113 duo at Ellmltcb 8:32 p. m. Mr. und Mrs. C. E. Smith wcro in to mansions eternal one of our noble list as u prhate. Ho. 110 duo at Ellmltcb 7:30 a.m. Owonsbbro Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Florenco Southard and chilMrs. Emma Johnson died at her to. 112 Lv. Ellmitch ... 3:40 p.m. dren, who have been visiting rel- home In Evansvlllo last week. Mrs. D:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton Mr. Crowe Thomas, of Narrows, atives here tho past week, have re- Johnson wao the mother of Mrs. A. B:C6 p.m. was among our visitors yesterday. Lv. Irvlngton turned to their homo at Broadway. B. Riley, of Hartford. Mrs. Rlley Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. had been with her mother since the JiOWLE. ALABAMA. Georgia Smith, a teacher in the col- Doctor entered the army' service a Ho. Lt. Louisville ... 8:3B a.m. Mr. O. C. lA'ach, of Owcnsboro, Is "Mother or Mystics"." t Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. visiting schools in Hnytl, was arrested few months ago. relatives near Beaver Dam. ored So! "Here we Rest,!' according to the meaning of the Won"! "Alabama." yesterday charged with breach of the Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. We arc at a terminal of a delightful trip on the Louisville & Nashville peace, hi whipping ono of her puRailAr. Ellmitch .... 1:04 p. m. Sheriff Keown, chairman of the lo- - road. Mrs. II. E. Mischko and little son. pils. TAULH. M., II. & E. It. It. TIME exemption board, asks us to ex tal Walter, spent Tuesday in Owcnsboro. The early explorers did well when tliev founded the French colonies, Bouth Bound, No. 115 press tho thanks of the hoard to which were begun under the brothers do Bienville and d'Ibcrville. 9:05 a in. On account of sickness in his fam- thoso generous citizens who havo been Duo at Hartford Mobile lies at Uie mouth of the Mobile river, which is formed by tho Mr. Otis Cook, 11 merchant of Dunily Marvlu Hoover has rcslgucd as good enough to volunteer their asNorth Bound, No. 114 6.45 p, ro. dee, was among our visitors Wednes- - teacher of tho Shlnklo Chapol school sistance in tho work or mailing out junction of the Alabama and Tombigbee rivers. Many products of tho interDuo at Hnrtford day. (Both "Mixed" Trains.) and W. lt. Carson will complete tho tho questionnaires to those selected ior come down these rivers; cotton and lumber in large quantities is seen, and coal from further north. term. for tho draft. o Mobile harbor affords accommodation at her wharfs for both commerMr. Will Graves, of Beaver Dam, cial and tourist traffic The city of Mobile is Homo thirty miles from tho is visiting his parents at Toledo, v Prof. J. W. Bruner and wife and Misses Wllllo Llndley and Evalyn Ohio. littlo son, Marshall, will go to Whltcs-vlll- o Fair Thomas, who havo been attend- Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful said up the broad winding ontmnco to Personal News this city Moblc which has u population of 75,000 souls. Mrs. to pay a Christmas visit to ing tho Georgetown College, camo From tho watdr's edge thcro is a gradual rise of the land which leads ' Buy thoso Fancy Konian Beauty Bruner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. homo Tuesday, and will remain until I to attmctivo hills and ravir.f-s- . upon which aro located beautiful Eouthern and Social Euents. and Wlnesap Apples from ACTON Wells. account of a homes old after the holidays. On and now and the shell roads aic a boon to the automobilist. 11HOS. boiler bursting in tho heating departThere are a few cities in tho world which possess so many beautiful $59,000 ment Sheriff Kcown collected University, school closed strots of the that might bo termed boulcvaitis. Some of them resemble small porMeasles and whooping cough aro taxes In the mouth of November, until tho tlrst of the year. Seo Eck Illal for Kindling Wood. tions of Paris, Franee.IT or Biu&sels, Belgium as it was before the present single month's reported from hoveral sections of tho which was tho largest devastation from the European Wur. collections over uiadu by a Sheriff of county. Wo havo a large stock of Iron and Itov. S. E. Harlun was In Oweus-bnr- o These stieets in Mobile are lined with some Monaehs of a century o'f Ohio county. Springs, Matrcsses, DinOak Beds, Monday. Nature's production the grand old elms and water oukn, and not a fow are Holbrook, who has Mr. Hnrold ing Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Cant. F. B. DeWitt, formerly Lieu- Dressers, Kitchen Cabinets, Safes and embellished by the hoary gray hanging moss that nways with the parsing been in Mnysvillu for sometime, is C. Illloy was In Owens- breezes. GGovomnicnt meet is the mos imposing, and branching from it Mr. John tenant of Army Medical Reserve Davenetts. at homo again. When in need of anyboro Saturday, streets made beautiful tlnough the eaie o'f Corps, now stationed at Camp Pike, thing in this lino don't fall to call ate many attractive paik-lik- c civic Ark., will arrlvo hero Saturday to and get our prices before buying. Postolllcc Inspector Taylor was In There can scaicclv be found a drive more beautiful by Nature's own Fancy Fruit Baskets can be had at Hartford yesterday checking over tho visit his family. Can save you money. ( painting than along Mobile Bay. by sunset in tho summer time, or at Aut-- . ACTON BROS. ACTON BROS.. 23t2 local postofllco. umn it is, one never to be forgotten. .Mr. Kslil Howard, who 1h employHartford, Ky. OwcnsMobile is a city of education, cultuic and perhaps interesting conscrva-ism- , ed In an automobile factory In CleveMr. Owen Hunter was In Mr. Ike Mason, of Kentucky generyet it is a city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of thi Wcdnebduy. land, Ohio, camo home Tuesday to boro ally, was In town a day or two tho Hpcnd tho holidays with tho home-folk- s Rev. E. II. Maddux, a former Ohio old regime of French, English and Spansh. It Is a city that has been "uncounty citizen and for titty years a der five ags," and manv of its people bear the distinctive features of their first of the week. at Rockport. Mr. Tom Hosca, of Cromwell, was prominent minister of the Baptist ancestors, in its many fine looking and even beautiful women, and courteous lu town Monday. Mr. John Duke has boueht the Ul lilt: oiuiu . v.,rm Arpnt W. W. Tirow- - cuurcn. Ult-"old school" men. resldenco property for wUiek last week and his remains Clin-- , Mobile is fast becoming an resort, with fiinc Hotels, and der has gone to hU home, at Chapter was orgnntz-e- d A Red Cross burial all centering aiound its historic and beautiful Bienville Square. be paid $3,7000. ton, lu Logan county, to spend the wore brought to Livermore for here yesterday. by Mobile is often called "The Mother of Mystics," because slip was the holidays. Ho will not return until Monday. Rev. Barnes assisted Rev. J. A. Bennett conducted tho fun- first to originate the "Mardi Grus," and she yeaily still calls thousands t Mr. J. W. Marks and family, of I tho tlrst of the new year. Fordsville, was Mr. Bam Cialncs, of eral. Rev. Maddox was for many herself at that festival time. Cafnoy, S. C, are expected borne' to In to seo us Tuesday. years a resident of Owcnsboro, and spend the holidays. recreation will find it in and around Mobic. in Those desiring out-doSanta Claus visited tho home of was instrumental In establishing the abundance. Small steamers ply beween her suburba health resorts beau-tif- u Mr. and Mrs. Cap Davis, Just north Mr. William Mnddox, of Rockport, Baptist church. Fnirhope, HaUlcs Wharf. Point Clear, Magnolia Springs and other atIf tho gusoltno holds out The of town, u few days ago and left them Third was in town yesterday. open nni , tractive sots; which aro made more beautiful by Nature's hand,, anl where will come out at its usual a doll that can 1101 oniy On tho account of tho scarcity of health-givin- g ozono is freely given from tho Gulf of Mexico. hut its eyes but kicks and cries as Buy your Wagon and Team Har- tlino Christmas week, wheat and thu government having In allition, Mobile has excellent golf inks, a fine Country Club, plenty 24t2 well. ness from Acton Bros. .fixed 'the nrlcos on flour and mill of good fisling nnd automoblink over loads that cannot bo surpassed. Wo havo a largo supply of Fruits i Od Mobilo Ib' unlike any other citv on tho Gulf. Sho has her own at- - . Mr. Addis Pato got kicked by an feeds aB to not make It prontablo to Your Christinas gift! Why not and Caudles of all kinds. Conio to nnd his loft run u hinull mill. Tho Ellis Milling tractions, as well as those of her surroundigs. A few weeks stay there seo us wllllo doing your Christmas automobile Tuosday, your portrait by Schroder? Ibhopplng. Ho Company, will discontinue buslnobs and manglng with her people cannot bo but well spot. Sho is also a city ACTON BROS. hand la swathed lu bandugos. was cranking a machine whon thq after December 1. 1017, W. E. Ellis of Clubs, and genuino hospitality. A Tourist Welcome Club, nmong othorx. " Centortown, Mr. Clinton Rowe, of John Glonn has sold his farm on crank kloked back and suvoroly In- -; & Uro.. will exchange Flour, Bran heartily welcomes all visitors to this citv of de BienviUo and d'Ibcrville camo In to seo us yesterday. Carlylo I'oitur. tho Uouver Dam pll:o to Frank Jurcd nt had. The machine had and Bhipmutf for wlunt on the saroo -- 1k1 wry w uia mo isms Auunii; . Mobile is located in the beautiful Gulf Coast regie u and conveniently , L (Jrlilln will iipaitcl tho Blaek, and will movo into a roaidouee nlwny beta retarded Mrs. T. grudwn of Hour, nuiuoly, reached from th noiih by tho bumhIi fctwil uaawngar traiiiu of tho Lout.-- r. Uuvloas coun- - nnwarty in Hartford he took as a nw mm, and It wddwi turn to tK Tha holiday with fzUuda In Sltl Advertisement, C. IlaahviHe Kailroad, KuivUi s.d Swans Do a . ilyiuucis toV Mr Palo utiawajw. partial paymaut ou the farm. is complete with toys, as well as useful presents for the older folks. Don't put off buy ing until the last day. Make your purchases early, you will get better selections, and better service. Remember, we can supply your needs. Make our store headquar shop- hniinht p.nrlv. nntirina-rmthn scarcity of merchandise, and have on dis- play now a big line of the very newest things in JEWELRY and KODAKS. We are prepared to furnish you with useful and attractive presents for anyone you desire to give to, including our Soldier Boys, A look will convince you, so drop in. VUa a. 2" J J J. B. TAPPANj ...w nnnriaw ibiairi PD -- ..i- ANrt wr..V.,.M A ters for your holiday ping, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. nae Hartford Republican. 76o ! Mid-Wint- er MawiiiitflEa THE BEMJTIFULGULF COAST Ill l te ry "pltal ,... j -- ua wtt ,. (JKNKRAIi t 1 ni:wb. GERMANS SINK MORE VESSELS ETH WAR H1IIP, KIVK AM) KOIJH MKKCHANTMKN ). KNFMY MINI SWKKI'KIW. Gcrmnn naval forces again havo mado a foray into the North Sea nnd surprised n ships, sinking convoy of morchant ao British and Arc neutral vessels and four mlno sweepers. Of two British "Vdcstroycru escorting the vessels one was sunk and the ntticr damaged. Th.o German forces, bo far as Is known,, consisted of four destroyers. Whether any of their vessel were hit during the fighting with the British dcetroyoru has not been made known. That German war craft recently hare been operating close to the Kng-I- I aft coast has been mado known officially in the Houso of Commons by ike financial secretary to the admiralty, Sir Krlc Geddcs, who announced that on December 12 two neutral merchantmen and a trawler were rttnlt off the moth of the Tyne rivNow York, Dec. 17. Th merchant vessels were being convoyed by the destroyers 1'artrldgc aid Pclcw. Tho PartrldRO was sunk and the Pelew was damaged. Sir Erie said tho circumstances of tho attack, so far as available, wcra that the Partridge sighted four enemy destroyers shortly beforo noon, nnd, with tho Pelew, engaged them, whilo tho convoy scattered. Tho Partridge was hit heavily. Shortly nflerward an explosion occurred aboard and she sank. The Pelew was pierced at tho wator lino and her engines were disabled, hut eventually sho was brought safely to port. Tho enemy then attacked tho convoy, sinking the six merchantmen and four armed trawlers. Tho entire ercw of the trawler Lord Alvcston was saved in one of its own boats. The casualties on the Pelew were one officer and three men killed anil two wounded seriously. Information regarding tho crew of the Partridge, Sir Krlc said, was incomplete, hut a report from Kiel told of the taking there of three officers men from the Partand twenty-on- e ridge and of ouo officer aud twenty-liv- e men from tho trawlers. The German raid duplicates the successful enterprise of last October carried out by two German raiders which attacked a convoy in tho They sank nine neutral North Kea merchantmen and two of tho escorting Britl-- h tlibtroyt're. Five Norwegian, three Swedish and one Danish vessel were sunk without warning, throe other merchantmen escaping. Tho raiders were armed heavily and in evading tho British .succeeded watchers . the return as well as tho outward trip. -o- ! !. er. t I " I Girl messengers nro now employed tho Government departWashington. ments at Tho strength or tho naval reserve force Is 49,250 men, 70 per cent of whom volunteored ror general service. The National Council or Women, ! mooting in Washington for war work. 27 national woman s organ , embraces izations representing 7,000,000 American women. By reducing tho elio or their samples wholesale dealers will savo this year $419,500 worth or cloth, representing enough wool to provide uniforms for 67,500 soldiers. of According to tho Department Agriculture, over 5,000,000 eggs spoil in cold storage each year because they havo bcoa washed or In some other way become wet before being sent to market. German aircraft are markod with n. Maltese crops. Allied planes used !n Europe are distinguishable by a American plane3 painted bulls-eybear it circular blue field with a white star and a bright red center. Daniels, According to Secretary thcro was turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner of every man In tho Navy. A naval supply ship arrived in Euro pean waters in time to furnish the de men on tho submarine-huntin- g stroyers with tho traditional Thanks giving fare. The organization of a Cuban nvii-tio- n unit to bo offered France with complete equipment has beon announced in Havana. Probably the Escadrllle Cubaiur, as the Hying unit is called, will bo tho first body of fighting men from Cuba to serve on French soil. Every postal employee In the United Stutes lias been instructed to take an activo part in tho campaign for g stamps. In the sale of order to reach the desired sales mark by January 3. of $2,000,000,000 1919, it will he necessary to sell stamps lo averago $10.50 for each man, woman, and child in the country. The port or New York is under military control, tho water fronts being guarder by tho Regular Army. o Fully armed guards prohibit tho of any person, alien or citizen, who can not establish a business rea son for across to tho water front areas. The iame military control will bo established at all other American ports and may include factories engaged in war work. by many of e. war-savinsuf-(Icie- nt pas-sag- MASTER COMMIRSIONKR'S SAM, rendered nt Its Norombe.r term, 1917. In tho tibovfl styled nctlon for tho pnrposo of a salo and division or Ohio Circuit Conrt. tho proceeds among tho joint ownBrttlo Tlchenor, Gdn., Plaintiff, ers! of tho land ordered sold herein, Vs. Notico ot palo nnd tho payment or tho costs or this Nannlo Tlchenor, Defendant. Pnrsuant to n judgment and order nctlon togolher with tho costs or this of salo directed to mo by tho above' sale, I will offer for enln nt public r, styled court, at its November, 1917, outcry to tho highest and best nt tho court house door. In turm.ror tho purposo or support, and education pt tho derend-an- t, Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Januarv nnd tho payment or tho costn of 7th, 19 IS, it being regular County tho ahovo styled action, I will offer Court day, at about tho hour of one for rolo nt public outcry, to tho high- o'clock p. in., upon n credit of six est nnd best bidder on n credit or six ami twolvo months, tho following property, t: and twclvo months, at tho court house "Ono certain lot consisting of door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monncro in tho vlltogo day, Jantinry 7th, 1918, it being the about ono-ha- ir regular county court tday, at nhout or White Run, Ohio county, Kentho hoar of one o'clock p. m the fol- tucky, and also n certain tract of laud In Ohio county, Kentucky, on tho lowing described property, A tract of land situated in Ohio waters of Cnney Crock, containing county, Kentucky, and bounded ns 223 acres, moro or less, and being tho land conveyed by T. C. Shanks follows: Bcglning at n stone In tho center of to Isaac Monton, deceased, deed rethn Hartford and Point Pleasnnt corded In Rood "T", pago 49, Ohio road; thonco S. 3 W. 64 rods and i County Court Clerk's office, and conlinks to a stono, 3 links or a post oak, veyed to this said Shanks by H. H. Nettle Bunnctt's corner, in J. B. Wilson, deed recorded in Book "R", Boyd's Una; thenco with his line S. pngo 350, Ohio County Court Clerk's The conveyanco to Shanks beS8 E. 70 rodH to a stono nnd white offico. oak, his corner, on tho Centcrtown ing for 323 ncres, 100 acres of which and Bcda road; thence with paid road ho conveyed to Thos. Wilson and rods to a stono, 20 links deeded to first party by CommissionN. 3 K. 5 A North or a beech; thenco still with er of tho Ohio Circuit Court. said road S. 87 E. 55 rods to n stono; lien is heby retained on this land to E. 10 'rods and 15 links secure tho first party in the title of thonco N. 3 to a stono in tho center or the Hart- said 100 acres und against uny inford and Point Pleasant road; thence cumbrances whatever." A lien will ho retained fo secure with said road N. 70 W. 11 rods ami 12 links thenco N. 479i W. 44 rods; tho interest or the Infant defendants, thenco N. SO W. 36 rods; thenco N. Anthony Mod en and Dewey Maden W. und tho purchaser will retain their 50 W. 14 rods; thence N. 78 21 rods to the beginning, containing share of the purchase money unt'l 24 acres more or less. This bring a thoy arrive at legal nge or until their part of the same land conveyed to guardian executes bond in this court. Tho purchaser will bo required to grantor by J. A. St. Clair and his wife by deed dated October 26, 1912, execute bond with approved fecurl-t- y Immediately after jale and a lion and recorded in Ohio County Clerk's office In docd book 44, page 42. Coal will be retained ns additional security. and mineral reserved. Given under my hand this the 18th Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond immediately after Halo. day of December, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Said bond to be approved by the ComMaster Commissioner missioner, and it lien will be retained 2513 Harriet Smith. Attorneys. as additional security. Given under my hand this the ISth day of December, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 25t:: o o John II. Wilson. Attorney. o COURT DIRRCTOHY. o t aiASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. o bid-domtilr.-tonnnco to-wito-w- it: 3Pr Of OSJ313JOL ! Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law tf) J tn Ut and adjoining countim. Conunerclai and Criminal I'tuctico a. Hfmclalty. HARTFORD, KY. Will tirtftlco hl profohalon I IiUTEL OFdAMERiCaftl I0Au I Iu lilt. In a tltj where root tiotcli bound, ttw PowbtUn beid tht O.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. countt) men. It t fint la tlic fcetru ot DR. The M tcKnctl, and rcMfuL lis excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and H Mriett, makci it a iletirahlc lieadquif leu (ot lr!i.'I, couplet, toumt panici, conventions. Schools and , colleges. The rowhatan attracts .the reople n( culture and education. Its prniimity to Slate, War and Kavv DrtnrimenU, alio to manf ot tiiiorical interest, points makes this hotel especially attractive lo a uWiiraiBatuiff pub- The PovthaUn offers loom ith detached bath at tl.50. 32 00 and up. Rooms with private bath, 5J.J0. $1.00 and up. V"nte for tiooUel with rosp, 0. E. HART Totln VETERINARY SURGEON BKAVKR DAM, KY. Ofllce James Taylor's Llvorr Bant. I. raVJKlR. W mm I I J i KS2SSr2i ESti TriADC-MariK- fl S V 7i ib! maun olkuw CLIFFOKD M. X.UW1S. Micagcr PAr,'lrt'U"'lmnK,M w Hjrm esin'. anl liclp ert 4tJi tee srn rr rriairt I Pet.! ntklri, tJioki ca prarlk. UR- THAT imi tltfviiiUUvbrii tin. h.nUds PATrnT iAaMultr. PASSING RirrricNcca. IhH.koii rmfllALI I'Merits wrltato B03-B0- B Tf mmzizsnasL THE SEWINC vvHanirau Sovnnth Otroat, run, u. c ooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' ClRCl'IT COURT. e MAcmNE OF f, QUALITY. I i JKK s MtSrKvO WILL YOU TAKE OUR -e MORI2 HORSE KTHAKH URGED AS HIGH LIVING COST FOE New York, December 1C. Increased uso of horse meat in place of tho llesh of other animals as a means of lowering tho cost of living was strongly advocated by W. Horace Hoskins, dean of thu New York Stato Veterinary Lollego, in a statement issued tonight. He declared there were horses in tho West too small for army uso which could bo killed ami used for food, thus keeping down tho prico of meat and helping to solve the leather shortage. IK'aii Hoskins said he sorved horse meat, which cost 15 cents a pound, at his own family table and found it fully as iialatublu us the best grades pf beefsteak. -t ants. By virtue of a Judgment and order COPY Oh1 WASHINGTON'S of salo ot tho Ohio Circuit Court renTLAG PUT OVKK HIS PHW dered at iU May term, 1917, for tho purpose of educating and maintainNew York, December 16. Repro- ing tho infant defendants and to pay ductions of the continental flag and all costs or this action, and the cost salo at sale, I the Hag us od by Washington at his of this outcry towill offer forand bcs,t public tho highest Valloy Korga headquarters Friday bidder at tho court house door in were placed in permanent position ov- Hurtford, Kentucky, on Monday, Janer tho pew in St. Paul's Chapel, uary 7, 1918, it btlng regular count v which Washington occupied during court day, at ubout the hour of one p. ra., upon a credit of six his residenes ia New York City as o'clock the roltowing described prop months, president. rty, A tract of land la Ohio county. The flues wore presented by the Sc-sof the American Revolution. Kentucky, described as follows: by landa The ccremesies attending the plac- of Bounded oa tho North thethe East by Jonathan Puckett; on ing of tht ublcm.i commemorutcd tho lands of Mrs. James GUI; on the the 118th anniversary of Washing-t'- s South by tho laada of Abb Clark, and death. Soldiers, sallois and on the W$St by tbo lands or F. D. participated is th obberv Westerned. Marin Being otf of the East aide or the snet. U. J. Westcrileld farm, containing 25 m ,i acres, moro or less, and being a part ' Between August 1 and December 1 of tho sarao land conveyed to M. T. the railroad, transported 1,500,000 Westertlold by James Cusey, on the 1900, which day wen to traiaing camps and embark- 22nd Ib or of October, deed hook 37, retorrt in bafety deed ation points. To Insure tho page 441, Ohio County Clerk's olllco, r the men In transit tho railroads und same land inherited by Oma Loo Wester-fielhavo adopted an average speed of Westorfiold und Myrtlo T. Wester-fiel- d from their father, M. T. miles an hour except when freight 26 i cars needed for tho transportation of Tho purchaser will bo required t are Included In tho trains. oxecuto bond Immediately after sab equipment Tho speed is then reduced to 20 ...iti. nmivnvflil i.ipnrltv nnil a Hon-l will bo retained on tald bind os ndliillos. tlitlonul kucurliy. Glvo.i LLiitr tuy 1 uik! this Dv.ccr.i-h- v dualnrlng thut u stuiB to-ws s d, Ohio Circuit Court. Pari In and Orendorff Plow Co , lTff . Vs.- - Notico of sale J. W Mosdley, ct al., Defts. By virtuo of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court iu the above atylcd action at its November, 1917, term, for the purpose of pa) inn tho judgment of the plain tiff against the defendants amounting to $71.10, with interest thereon at the rate of C per cent per annum from the 2Gth da of May, 1915, until paid, and for tho further purposo of paving all cost of this action and tho costs of this sale, 1 will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at tho Court Houm) door in on Monday, January Hartford, 7th. 1918, It being regular County a one No Tewer than 10,000 French, Eng- Court day, at about tho hour of upon credit of carpenters o'clock, p. mfollowing:i described proplish and Belgian women months, tho aro now engaged in the work of erty, "A certain lot or parcel of land lybuilding huts for tho soldiers on ing in Ohio county, Kontucky, near the western front. tho town of Beaver Dam, containing one acre more or less, and being part Moro Camoullagt?. of tho sit mo laud conveyed to J. W. The honest farmer's apple crop Moseley on the 2nd day of July, 1904, by L. S. Smith, as shown by record Ha been dispatched to town. Iu the offico of tho Ohio County Court The barrel look liko this on top: Clerk, in deed hook 39, pago 110, and being the same lot recorded in And this i,s lower downs deed from J. W. Moseley and wife o II. 15, CummlnB. This mortgage is subject to mortgage of It. I. Alford." The purchaser win bo required lo All kinds of high class job printing done at THE REPUBLICAN OF- execute bond immediately after salo which bond bhall be approved by the FICE. CoinmiBioner and a Hen will bo retained as additional securit. Spring brings all kinds of weathGiven under my hand this the 18th re- day of December, 1917. er and with it comes colds and the OTTO C. MARTIN, vival of winter coughs and hoarseMaster Commissioner. will 2513 ness. Dr. Bell's C. M. Crowe, Atorney. head off a now cold or stop the old one, the soothing balsams relievo the If you wish to mako a sale try a soro throat and heal the Irritated tisREPUBLICAN AD. y and start sues. Get a bottle treatment at once. At your druggist, 1 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 25c. Formula on tho bottle. Ohio Circuit Court. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. C. W. Arnold, et al.. Plaintiff, Vs.- - Notico of salo Ohio Circuit Court. Guardian, &c, Garfield Maden,a ot al.. Defendants. Lena M. WesterBeld, By virtuo of judgment and order Plalnlitf. of tale of tho Ohio Circuit Court salt) Vs. Notice of Oma Lee Weaterlleld, ct al., Defend- NOT SOLD .ludgi' R. W. Slack, Owonsboro. C. E. Smith. HartCom'lJi. Attorney ford. UN.DER ANY Cleik A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Mar WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tin, Hartford. u will If you purcboso thr NKW ROMK Keown. Trustee .Jury Puml Cal lmn a llfo wclnt tlm price you jwt, and m Hartford. not Im a nn end Im rluiln of rvpiUra. 1 OTHER NAME. kB aH mill mi ft imW m . GERMINAL REMEDY t1 IIUIIIL SW OHIO MEDICAL CO. , A Treclcenl WEAK (Of LUNGS or CONSUMPTION K. -- to-v,- lt: "5 ooooooooo OOOOOOOO 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. Quality 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. CoaikJaesI 1st Monday iu July 12 days it a the Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Monday in September Cheapest Civil. In the cod 4th Monday in November 12 dajs Com'th. and Civil. to lui'. e cw.Yrv CO CRT. If you vniiitaM'wlni'tnnclilnn, wrlto for purcbaxc. Meets first Monday In each month, .finite John B. Wilson. Ite New HciuE Ssftinz Hzcliis Co., Orait, Mas. County A ltv.- - A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. ('. Blankenshlp. Shcrllf S. O. Keown. Superintendent Ozna Shults. 1 1GE1tthB ffrlinr. A quick relic (or Ihst lltc-il-, fun-doCOU2hs, pains In chest. nlcM sweats, bemor weak lurirt or con.umptlon. II It daca thstes, Bt help yoa It casta yoa Botkiof. FOR ONE MONTH S-BEjgijpp oorlittislcat-iIoKUobcforoy- ou Jailer Assessor Cot W. Sunejor oner l MldkilT. C. C. Hlnes. C. S. Moxley. Dr. A. B. Riley. Pinc-Tar-Hon- ey FISCAL COURT. Meets Tuesday after first Monday in January, April and October. 1st Magisterial District Ed Shown, Hartford, Routo 7. Wlnson J1 Magisterial District Smith, Select. W. S. Dean, 3d Magisterial District Duudeo. S. W District Ith MaRLsterhil Leach, Beaver Dam, Routo 3. Silt Magisterial District S U. Kul- kcrson, Rockport. litli Magisterial District R C. Tlchenor, Centertown. b. F. Rice. Till .MuKktcriul District Fordsvillo. 8lh Magisterial District Ben. W. Taylor. Hartford, Routo 7 POP rjLARMECBANICS AiAGAZIND ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-300 TEKP InformcO of the World's Ptoctwh In . Poi Father and Son and AH the lamllv. It nr.rx'alu1 Anlll dci-- tj lUi mi' It V uu K" twenuuu 1" vu ui i i j u lilliO i bTonit AiniiiaMintf id iiiotjtiiu( lioioiaM lhruuj;Lout tint worKL Our (irniiomlcDU am orutntlf on the nnlrn wtt h for thine Lew bml inUrimUntf anl It t Lncintrinff.Mech-inicanndlnvrntion- f 5 g 8 9 GUARANTEED SURVICH Ond hundred per ccut alue. Special work for W. W. F STEVENS. R. T. D. Marble 7 Hartrord, Ky. Representing Continental & H D' I 1 B Unmu. the f4ip thn IVtva n. (JlrUwhotiktomaklliIrirvtoll)howtonjna,tfUlrr if od'1 Irltttcraisli t)ntlU iittntM. JlcuttB. tfatm ! hlioc Ut. Iftl lufjihiru, itc. ( nntalnt In irut tiunn for tna fiixUiailc,(!tiwi er ana import itnou Or)r ttmmt yur twMtlw m tnm Ik UIJw. en rq'4ut. daatpitj copy (a Written So You Can Understand It (20 l'ugw cDUluf rt Shop Notw tYactlcal IIIjU forMi'p nrtc atiJ ry wuyj fur (h t Ujuan to ilo tlilnPfHtraurii Imaitur MtvchAnlo (17 9 I Granite Co. j fc&m&383isc&mBscaHBtE3am POPULAR o NOaMldiivun et MCCHANICS Avf & MAQhZINC nut, CHiUAag - ICash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican AND THK MKMPIUS WKKKLY theFMTOgLine Get on i and C O R B ke i, y w S J WITH ,i Ikvj BisesseMftf rrici: t: . S"p ft 1 tx 1 trial UctUiirrcc AII0 ALL THK0AY AND UlNQT'lOUBLUS. fORCS3 aua' CD Oil MOMSV ItJiriTIJDlia. 1rzrJBr?avtGr:rJV'nmiinsive,urxfTat ryoawantto enrcetd l II rV a. 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NIUl1...!! IUhlU(Tl iiJvitfv. hww l Montnlv copyrvUu. tad JJojIitil t'.rrelvlt II athmjltt taiti Im4, HLifr tiidcfleittttfx'triit. "1-- t tsd Iclrlogemtnt Pnrtic utittivi:). t tt r com tu uy at Ma &trt, but Talua VUU rtest 0:iUs vAomMCTon. o. c. -- to clum ru,i)K ti'ao ta, N ALL COUNTnlC'J. .... ia.. .'". ww ' I' i Hawtamakatblnraatljom. snpafesaverr IS Cent a Cony f.r S1.50 a Year or writ Oet It from a newsdealer YOUR OUIIKIt TO rop'iuirs.icnciouuiiir, rrt?L' l'lLti nuuii4',""' Tniiiiiir.a rttis ui auttU tka HlV, direct to A extols lHiwesn.Atrltt-H-.-par.- v ami Onba lias been muml br jfitS M. L. tho Cuuaii Houife of Rep'rosontRtlyt, or wr resolution 1 . !M7. Hurtii, OTTO MwWT MARTI". Alioruoy. romniawiiwr. '- i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. I s0',,0J' fr'C''',v'''frt Cull on 'lh.v RtfAnbliCiUt fur Flue Job rrliitliitf i Vnni If you tufcu th I)r ii d tniiiiiiii; iihs liw.il 1 01 e C9 1 Securcti OSITIO'N a..i. I'JUI-IIU- GOOD ss- - I auMfcuuvn-- uv tv tik. Kj-- ,. liii-nn- u v i VJultiali, qT ,1m, tuo 1 t.ioriJ Vim W i IU ju-j- oii ijfj.. JH.ty L'OLUH . fn ) ,r&J&riju&? mm)mmmm - tTh e In Good Service Human Factors There are three parties to every telephone conversation the party calling, the trained operator, and the party who answers. All three share alike the responsibility for quick and accurate telephone service. Cloro la known tho country orcr as a HiiccRsatuI growor of show corn, lie baa beau a successful competitor at :t great majority of tho National Corn :j1uiwm that ham boon hold in tula country. Mr. Cloro Is now Treasurer of tho Federal Land Hank located at Louisville. In addition to judging tho corn, Mr. ( lore will kIvo an address the farmers on Corn Growers' Day. Ills nubjccl will bo "Corn Day. Ills subject will be "Corn Improvement Work." He will nlo the advantages of the farm loan !n-fo- re dls-riiR- H IPMW IIIIIIIMH iwiaillf CROP PRICES AND DOLLAR VALUES Biggest Reading ! Commodity Prices Arc High, but Crop Are Higher The Dollar Is Cheap. When Is n dollar not n dollnr7 Relative vnliics shift so rapidly these dujs thnt u dollar tins no definite value,. It Is merely a question of how much of the commodity you wntit, you can get for the commodity you have lo exchange whether that commodity bo labor, live stock, corn or wheat. Value for your Family art." It I The YoiitKs Companion Jllch In Idrnl of liome tlfennI civic life. lavish In the nmoirat of readltiir tho farmer's duty to himself It brines to nil necs. The Most lax nil hands. The Veil from nil soureej. 1i!h country to do hlrt bet. and to 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 1918 tfcen 250 Shorter Stories. In this connection, mention should bo calling parly should give .the corRare articles by noted authorities. "The best IWitorial Tagc in the unn.iM k., 'itSOIbsi'r made of "Farmers Week" to be held country." Current I'.vents, Nature and Science, I'anlly Page, Hoys' ,, fj ""y l'agc, Girls' rage, Children's r.ige, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money rect number in a distinct voice, speakat the Agricultural Colleso at Lex- lisrniiiiL't to Save, Games and Sports to Way, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, J.'.OO. jliiKton January 23 to Fehruiiry . ing directly into the transmitter, and This will be a series of meetings of various farmers' ami breeders' assowait at the telephone until the party anunit L.. IS In addition, ciations or Kentucky. America's Fashion Authority for millions of women. What to wear how wu uuy as1 75ii swers or the operator reports.. called ;i.Vw to make it how lo save. 12 splendid numbers full of Fashions and more the college will provide h most Insuggestions. 75 cents per year. structive pet of demonstration; ami party should answer promptly. issues of everything that will delight all lectures that will bo of great help ngei, tho Best Stories, the Latest Styles, to farmers In their ol'orta to product A bushel of corn will buy more Patience on the part of the telephone maximum crops next Dinner. Send $2.25 to the publishers of the paper in which this Offer appears and get now than it would in 1914. There will be competitive1 shown ALL FOR 1. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks. J user and the telephone operator is also es(Thl Offer li ta new Youth's Companion lubscrtben only.) of alfalfa, corn, dairy products and livery purchase must be considered nn 2. The Companion Home Calendar for 1918. the basis of relative values rather $2-2- 5 women's 'work. sential to good service. 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month fori year. Kverybody U welcome. Every- than dollar Millies. TOB VOPTH'S COMPANION. BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS The high quotations for spring ferthing Is free tilizers have caused many farmers to When you Telephone Smile a itk whether it will be possible to use ('Iijiiiibei'laln's Tablets. We. Knock the Spots Out of Things fertilizers nl u profit next teusnii. The ' are Intend- answer to this question may be found Chamberlain's Tablets (I ed especially for, stomach troubles, by a comparison of the relatlxe purand chasing power of crops before the war iHUlousncss and constipation, AND have met with much success In the and nt the present time. Incoi ponied In 1014 the usual corn fertilizer wit i treatment of those diseases. People Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lca-eo'who havo Buffered for years with ?'J1 per ton. Today the same fertilizer .1. lir.VTKIt MATTIIKWS, MA.VMJint, ii.uti'ui:i, KY. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la explained by Moving Pic'stomach troublo and havo been un- - costs si roll ml $:iU per ton an Increase of f0 per cent. In 1014 corn was Superior Manner. big Deture machine. Seven ablo to obtain any permanent relief, worth about tMJ cents per bushel, takpartments Shorthand, Bookyour Garments and Haw have been completely cured by the ing the country over. Today It sells ut Send us keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, usu of these tablets. Chamberlain' Tbem not. less than $1.'50 per bushel, on thu Music, Primary Normal. ExTablets aru also of great value for farin more than 100 per cent Increase. pert teachers. Modern equipChronic constipation biliousness. The same calculation could be made CLEANED CLEAN ment. Position assured. may be permanently cured by takini; for wheat, potatoes, or almost any olhe'c crop (exeeptlug In the case of Packages called for and delivered, Write for catalogue. When irllloc Ets to the country peusc. IUt holes may be permanent-- . Chamberlain's Tablets and containing potash). or cm buyer, limlst that It closed with a mixture of cement, Ins the plain printed directions with those fertilizers Knell Individual farmer has merely m THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB and broken class, or sharp bits each bottle 4 iUiility the truHkactloa Daviess Co. Bus, College to consider whether fertilizers paid ! 'of crockerv or stone. ,i. before the war; If so they will pay A. Iva Nail, Prop. Wooden Dwellings May Be Protected ALIK.V KNKMIKK RKCKIVK Incorporated veu better now. PAIR TKKATMUXT ANB PAT or the, On a foundation like the one OWKNSBORO, KY. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. In fral Urmlae the alzt Is a vry important factor The ecrlbed above, the walls of a wooden WHY FERTILIZER PRICES Tba Interned Gnnuaas at tba ilafarm should aa Urge enouch to ciro dwelling also may be tnadt HAVE ADVANCED. at werklnj fore available to the Tha sFaca bstweea the sheatlns aud,li" al Hot Spriuss. K. C. ara af- Ik l.nh. t.. th. helrht nf ahrmt a fnot. prisoners of war. They cowprlst faraiar asaximuai af praductir Cuunon nnd vrops use the sniiu should ba tilled with concreta. Itats i licers and crews of tha Gnriaaa mer food. Sir hundred thousand tous tkraaea tkt yaar. Petro-Ment- a Relives Files can not then tain accsss to the walls, i chant vessels which wera hId ia of nitrates went to make explosives No matter bow stubborn tha tha United States at tha time af the last year. In the United State Sias.ll ar alrty aess skauU not ke and caa enter tha a"wellinj anly will saso may ba Petro-Ment- a alone. Screen- - declaratioa af war. Usa tkaia at through doors ar ir.indows. platna aa tha markat. bring rellaf. A trial will convince Sulphuric nattl accessary for tin? These aliens receive aa funds frem line all basement and collar windows kasaf. you. For sale by Ohio Caunty mnnufncturw if acid phosphato is j t lib wira aettias la a atast accessary tha Government except campensatiea Drug Co. Price 25e. normally mad from Spanish sulfor labar actually performed. Thae 4 atkar faaa skauld be 'precaution. Cxrails phur ores. Submarines have now when-fc- r In both city aaa couatry, waadea engaged ia construction work get $29 la glass jais ar tia can almost entirely cut o(T this supply. month, with an additional Si to llnnri nf W.HW .. .l.u, ..WW, W rv.u This will keep rats, .WW.W V. ulilanvolLra arias tinrl nnppU-i- a paslbl Ilrlmstone, used as a substitute nat as arc commonly lam upon limners foremen. Interned officers have source of sulphur, must be" trans- "a Mice, aia Tcraila away. Peel right all tho time Don't lay 06 o tha eround. Under such floors been permitted to receiva from any ported by rail at great expense' from work for day8 by taking ealomet from Loulslunia nnd Texas, since rats bava a safa retreat from nearly source mora than $1 a month and keeps yoi when pleasant Uv- - Ver-La- x Xkell Saail Cain By Hand. crewmen not more thaa $5. Receipts the government bus found it neceson your feet, while relic vingyour troubalways ba shell- - all enemies. The conditions can be Sera" core should sulphur-narrj- t ara placed sary to commandeur le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl In towns by municipal ac- in excess of these amounts wd by hand, says tha United States remedied lug boats. tako anything else. You can't afforc to the credit of the aliens in banks. . which ad- - tion requiring that these floors be ay atsartment of Airlculture, Large quantities of phospliat it Eliminates poisonst cleansesA nat. Three plain but substantial meals of coment. replaced by others tcm and relieves constipation. mis cara la evary step connected Areas or walks mademadebrick are of- - an prepared each day. Thera is ma rock from Florida nnd Teunesvn K of ural remedy, natural in its actions, Buraj. must now go by mil nt high freight with saed selection measures of economy in its effect and certain in results "IT ' "uu ,UB- -- ' waste, the same " UUUB'""ru "' rates. Uuclo Sam ne:"h thu boats. After sued cora has been selected won't be long before. which ara being and conservation Higher labor, machinery, coal treat tha most productive stalks as coma as objectionable as thoso of urged upon every American housecompletely displace calomel in evera 'ood. Wooden floors of porche and supply costs hnvo caused u genn.M home. Children can tako it freely ani f s,atiu - m. atw. "IJ ..,...i Itskurroundlnein mmnntltloa should always ba wall above tka wife being practiced at Hot Spriagi. eral adrance Jn aU ritvr materials, with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarstalks, and with other varying from 25 fo 100 per cent. anteed. 30c. and $1 in bottles. Noiw st sterna' la a dry place free from In- erauad. genuine without the likeness and signaIturlap bags which normally cost job Is only half sect, aud rodenU, the ture of L. K, Grigsby. For sale by 10 cent ench, now cost Si eonta am Mrs. F. M. Jones, of ( tka most Iaka Sees Caaafartabla. Icac. Shelllue is a a r scarce nrfliat. FOR FLETCHER'S "'&!iZK Palmer, Okla., writes: R t. 3. .WILLIAMS, Labor which was plentiful in iuaartanl or tha tasks. Failure ta insulate tha bottom af " From the time I enj 1914 ut $2.00 per day Is now akaost Seed ears sbould first be aubbed the hive largely offsets tba valua of tered into womanhood unobtainable at $.'i.50 per day. aid the kernels from tip and butt insulation around tha hive in the out- RURAL CARUIKU KXAMINATIaN. I looked with dread There can b but on nnswwr to skauld ba discarded from the seed door wlnterine'of bees, according ta from one month to the coudlUous such as these; namely, supply, Tha small kernels from the . c, . . . .. Bure,u of Rntomol- next. I sulfered with my Ualted States Civil Service Tka fertilizers. tips ara less praductlva than tha ottier -- T of t,f Unlted gtates Department Commission has announced an examback and bearing-dow- n Vcrasls aa tka car; tka bluat, thick, Q, Aercutture. Kxpcrlments con- - ination far tba County of Ohio, Kenpain, unlil life to me was Used Years rauaded kernels frem tha butts arc ,,uctd wlli, a BUBl,8I. m, insulated tucky, to ba held at Hartford and WHAT CAUSED FOOD SHORTAGE7 a misery, i would think auy of the ,j1tm BM0W,d that mucU heat nas Iuat Ilerbort Iloovor, U.,S. Food Admin1 as productive as could net endure the' Dam, on Jan. 12, 191 X. ta leaver 4;ast hut because t tbclr shape and istrator, says Uiwre have been two pain any longer, and 1 from the unprotected hlva bottoat. All tha position of rural carrier at prinlclpat rousons ta aeeouut for Mia uniformly wbea size they da aat plaat Rradually got worse. . . Beekeepers have rspeatedly clalsa- - Reyuolds Station aud Cantertawn, present food shortage. First, Uia Hothing seemed to help vscd la a cara plaatar with atkar ed t)ut ,IcegsYt i1Bulatlo is evea and vacancies that may latar occur aa of nature," Inuladlng Vka lata ms until, on: day, . . . kcraols. mora detrimental la winter thaa rautes from other past afices spring, droughts, hurrlenucs, pnar rural 1 decided to Insulation, because af tka la tha d aaunty. The of rainfall, unexpected frasU halliae by Band nltabla. a re tine failura of tha colony ta waras up aa examination will ba apen anly ta male and period of Intonsw kwat in svf siana Shalllag by kaad takes at TAKE bright days. Ta test this theery, a citizens whe ara actually damfeiled throughout tke world. sac labor but is praaiaoic. isi Seeoud, kw gives "rcdaced produe-tlvlcolaay was packed ia tka fall with in tha territory af a past ofica in th likely to cara skallcr is of tfie soM In Uuro)te." Conitwrn-In- g The Woman's Tonic tha teres tips af the individual 1C laches at sawdust aa all aides, ceunty and wba meat tho athar rehttis, Hoover says: '"Mils roudl-tie- a -Temperature rrr,i.. i. ik,,. d.cirar ar Impair- top and hettem. frequent Intervals - quirements sat forth in Farm Na. tin beu brought abttut by bad 1977. This farm and application tbclr pawar ta garmlaata. N wat- ards wera made at management, uuwkiUed work, and hiuk Sold Everywhere of fertllleer4; and akese In torn wiu gi ter kow large tha required supply, every day thrcngkeut tka wiater and blanks may ha obtained fram tha mentioned above ar fram tha be explained bf Hie withdrawal of men ttjt, tha department. It will still pay spring. Tha colaay remained ia arte shell it painstakingly by manual celiant condltlen la every respect United States Civil Service Cemmh- - from farm and Held to army and factory, and the employment on th soli laber. because tha greater tha acre- - throughout tha winter, belag little sien at Washington, D. C. Appli greater the affected by high winds, and after cations kauld ba forwarded ta the of overworked women, uiuUllcd old ge ta ba plaated, tha Furtherat the men and listless prisoners. list; brood rearing began it built up with CommlsBlen at Washington ultimate per&t. more the tIcIoms submarine sunk p separ- - great rapidity. Then, ta eeatiau earliest practicable data. ri Kach ear khauld ba sholled boat uftcr boat tilled with nitrates "I took four bottles," erect ( lasula-ver- y ately into a shallow paa ar box, and observations an the goes on to mid fertilizers, conspiring to augment Airs. Jones the pauperization of the earth, so Hint blemished, misshapen, or worm- - tlon nn the buildiag up af tha caleny, OLKA.V PLUKI W1TM say, "and was not only OL BATMIRMI reduction in soil productivity was ta remain inten kernel should ba rejected. As the packing was allowed greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have the seed frem eack ear is found Bat- - nil summer. Kxcept far tha State lira marshals and others have not a pain. . . and sound, and free from siblllty of manipulating the colony, It Succeed when everything else fail. It recommended, as a remedy for sooty ARMIES ARE NEEDED AT HOME. " It has now been two oor kernels, it is poured into the remained in excellent condition. In nervous p:oitwtio' and female beakeep-shelleIf this war Is to be won, wo shall d chimneys, that a discarded dry-ce- ll years since I tookCardui, senerul Mipply, and another ear is seems clear, therefore, that weaicnessc they aie the suprema havo to put bcvcrul armies In the Held, I am still in good is much ers need not fear detrimental results battery thrdwn Into tha stova or fur and temedy, a; thousands havo testified. In tha same way. It nace supplies BUfllclent zinc to do the the nrmy of soldlertf In the trenches, Health. . . I would adeasier to pick out defective grains from abundant Insulation at any FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND the army of food producers In the furtrick. Thcro Is nothing muck mote rows, tho women's urmy of food vise any woman or gltl SYOMAfiH THCltI!..B a slnglo layer In a small rocop- - son of tha year, useless scomlngly than one of.theso to use Cardul who. is a ft Is th beet ever beating back the attacks of lacle than from u largo mingled quan- used-u- p suggestion 'that world-olbatteries and the over a druggi3"a counter. sufferer from any female . .. ... premium listi nas neeu i cump follower of i tlty in a bushel measuro or a bag. ' awr-t'wiA splendid j TMnWt't wwyrwi (oubt wcet w,Ul earty ac. trouble." and u patriotic army of civili" prepared for tho btato torn biiovr COptnnce, if no battery Is available. ans In the business and polltlcul if yousuffcrpaln caused Mills year, and classes have been a ltt-l'roo- f Tho Hanker-Farme8nmu piece of scrap zinc will answer world. Oct, front womanly trouble, or Iloinei. tho fintnged that any corn grower has ,. 1)UrQt,e. Tho ollmluatlon of Boot 1017. liirmwiruMimriiwidilnir houses if jou feel the need of a successfully nlfrom chimneys Is ono of tlie most of- good strengthening tonic additional cost of making tho foun- - n chance to compete Many of i ' toctro remedies FARMERS AND THE WORLD WAR. Kiipht. coiuimrod Due or moro classes dutinnn Mi.nn,nr ia for shlnglo-roo- f to build tip yourrun-dow- n i The f ii ruler's tools of production lu system, take the advice ith tho advantages, says a recent prUos are of oxcoptlonal value, and flreg.noxt to replu clng tho combus- of Mrs. Jones. Try CarUnited vell worth tho best efforts of anyono U1),0 roof wUh some material that is wartime become of Importance second Parmers' Uulletln of the only to tho needs of tho tinny Itself. , .i,..-- A t infiinnrn. iiih hwccij-- - fireproof or dul. It helped her. Wo Hough Department ot ABncuiiun.-- , m ..!... oiatos Food production Is a patriotic duty, corn ii Notes. believe It will help Vou. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE "Ilouso Huts a n,l Mlco." Tho collar stakes prize for 10 ears of nnd tho farmer Is In tho second line of Duiolved in water for douches stop ,iu .i. ,...iih ui.nnl.l havo worth about S5. Tho special prizo defense. F.very effort Is ueeded to pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamper- largest A woman has discovered tho. Increase productlou, to feed our aradea nd thu walls for U .earn shclllug tho concrete footings All mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Is worth $7C, Jn ces8 of extracting tho color from au- - and allies. Food prices urn force Pinkham Med. Co. for. ten year. bo laid In cement contuge of grain should J. 68 , -- Tilgher because tho demand la lo ....-.-u .u,rJ, A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, f- niortar. Tho collur lloor sliouia no tno ounr creased greatly nnd the supply U tore throat and lore aye. Economical. pnmu.u. f medium rather tbun lean concreto. goo. premiums are Hi ritiiwvj.rir ,luu.ti Ukl tnuLUtl iMw.r. Try a RKI'IJIILICAX AD. to help w, ........ 5(K U dniuixs know will un jm. Saxsla Ml- The n nl.1 ,llar mav be mad " tnlMkJ W , i r ruw i ,grt Cjmim. tVoj. UM. Mr. sell your property. Hm comnl,; Core, of UI-..Ui-.- The !i IQMJ Today.. 'a The MTall's Maaazine 64 $2.25 ter-tlliz- er i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Ladies' and Men's Garments ni Farm Department d, I rat-proo- f. ohscrv-merotaa- nt ! la-b- ar USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. kit -- 1 Life I -' Was a Misery Children Cry CASTORfA Hror , ... klKh-prlce- S 40 ss abeva-mentieaa- CARDUI r.. t la-Ju- ra tr ..j af-Uc- es 'Z 5 The Woman's Tonic , Impas-Isfacto- ry cine e sea-fro- m d wur-fainb- r, Every Womun Wants .,. ... Druggists "" ftot tvely .1.11 I mtFBmmmmmmmtrn -- - l. . kwiM - jc 11 U rwiiu T UNA SALE FOR TAXES Ashby. w. n.. r.o a Hair. Mrs. Wltllc, 69 No. t." ' - WPM T7TOEriicrK' vEijL'KiifiS iZ Mrllcnr.T. -- - I V r ramies. ' . Crane, Prank. 1 town Kogle, A. T.. I town W t Continued from Pourtb race.) lFhhor, Mrs. Annie. 0 a. iPislier, V I... 1 town tut MTSltlff. J. It., (Hammond. D. .. 1 o. 9 t..a-i- .i Ami). I tnvrt Mcdculf. T. H 75 a. 11.72 .Mcdculf, Lee, SI n lot 3. It Mcdcsilf, Sarah ('., I low" lot. Ml. "in, Mrs. Mary. 18 a ri.Rri Mrdfalf, Oliver, :: n I.ikeus, Jumps. I town lot . . Mills & Cobb, 01 a n '"McDowell, M.. a 1 ,,,... ... ...49 ' ,. Morgan, Sarah, 16 a. rarrm, ... n i w" I.) it. u., Italph, J. T., 81 a iSnllt,, Mrs. Laura, 130 a s.i Shown, Wallace, 5 a Wedding, Ollle, 100 a Croninell. No. iTaylor, Mrs. Eva. 95 a 6.18 Davis. J. A., 170 a i Wade. I.. II.. 1 town lot b .9Q Ill 51. Ill n No. US CentertowH. , . 7.20 .i , Stewart, Avery, 1 town lot . .. i uaiven, v. 8.19 1'., 1 town lot . Sorrels, It. town lot Taylor, It. ,U, by S. I.. StevCalvert, II. P., 97 a it.ih Chapman, W. I... 3 a ens, 150 a 7.0 J Westerfleld. Jay, G5 a Hcnin, G. I).. 31 a i.Luck, D. H.. 1 town lot No. 7 Cool Spring. 17.34 Davenport. K. A., Ill a Matlock, Ira. 16 a 1.75 Kennedy, Mrs. M. K.. 10 a. Mackey. S. A.. 1 town lot 15.08 Kowc, Mrs. Jennie, 2 a Taylor, It. W., 119 a 9.S5 Taylor, II. H., 1 town lot Howe, Mrs. Eliza, 20 a 5.43 Tlchenor, Chester, 15 a Tally, Mrs. L. A., 07 a No. K North Itorkiit. Tirhenor, Mrs. Uettle, 33 a Anderson, V. I... 1 town lot . . 6.30 and 1 town lot Hrownlng, James. 1 town lot. . IG.G0' Whitehead. J. It.. 2t a Itratcher, Green. 1 town lot.. 5.10 No. 17 Smnlllious. I'olyer, .Mrs. Amanda. 1 town E., SO a 4.10 Drown. II. lot Drown, I W., 3S a .. . 1S-SI ft-.. ' ' lt a. 7.05 3.60 CIS 1.30 5.51 5.70 4. .115 l.d I 2 50 5.10 6.63 6.94 9.35 6.20 14.30 t o HOLIDAY NECE SSITIES I il iwwi wijujiumP'Hi jiuftlllyWUWJMfefl.Ua.'1'"tVJ'" V1TMrVW- - 5.70 18.05 36.10 3.90 11.50 It was certainly very fortunate for the boys and girls of our great country, as well as our Soldier Boys, that OLD SANTA GLAUS was too old to be drafted in our army for service in France. Santa's distribution of Christmas cheer will cover a much wider field than ever before in the history of America. Our boys across the sea and in the great camps of our own land will make much extra work for old KRIS KRINKLE. According to our Old 5.70 5.90 5.10 4.95 2.30 11.00 6.94 1 1.37 Airs. m. a.. r , r : lot ' " - - V .' G.23 e"'.'a Ellison. W. G.. 25 a. . i .,, Dawson Jerry 1 town lot 7.36 M -- .10 Grant. C. C.. I town lot 19. C9 s5 a 4.,i Ja liray. EC 11.00 fl0 a , .65 ..raves J. B 1 town ., 4.43 .,...,. lirary, airs. .wary, nowu iui w ,. . nn a 6.61 -" 6.63 ' 1 town lot. Hciidri.x, Mack. No. 18 East KonLsvllh. k n4 i Illnes. J. It., 1 a 5.0S c'nQ iAskins. W. C. 1 town lot Leach, II. O., 1 town lot 3.4& Ilrooks, nilda, 20 a Layton. Mrh. J. K.. 2 town 6.61 Dunn, J. N., 32 a 19 H lots 4.70 Dellruler. Aunlo C, 75 a. i r Tint i t no..., w ".v. jYurnuiu. ttIh.. l. IV 2.25 1491 i " ,' M- ,, .,r 18 u Agent, 2.05 - -- Robertson. K. I).. 1 town lot. . 5.70 24.49 108 a. 4.45 Matthews i... . TJnsIcr. M. I... 1 town lot Lo7.57 0WU -2 Itockpo... X... Soutl, 2.88 . j i ltobcrtson, Mag, 1 town lot 32.2"? ,"mm" .T'l-- L -Smith. U. C. 150 a ..1 & 12.74 R 5.90 ,a .. Cain. K. E., 4 a S.44 DeWitt. Mrs. O. I... 1 town lot 12.90 Westerfleld, A. It., ".35 a. and 1 17.33 Kngler. L. S.. 125 a 7.81 town lot S.40 PiilLeixin. Mrs. Mary. 58 u. . 1a 4.18 1 town lot . 7.20 Whitler, C. R Iler. Mrs. Mabel, , No. HI West Konlsvllla. 7.69 Jones, J. O., 23 a ' 5.82 2.50 Ilobbs, Honry, 1 1 a Kitchens. Mrs. Mable, 7 a ' 12.23 Maddox, Mrs. Cinderllla. 20 a. 5.43 Howard, Estill, 50 a 4.96 7.33 Hults, G. W., 2 a Quinn. O. K . 13a 8.3S Robertson. Mrs. E. J., 109 a.. 6.90 Hobbs, Annie, 150 a 17. S2 7.35 Jeffries. G. W., 71a :eott. Iteubuii, 30 a m Jeffries, James, 75 a No. Ill Select. 9'5Si Jarbo, Ernest, 97 a Vf. ('., 140 a. and 1 Arhuckle, 3.2a! 28.4 " Morrison, Mary J., 60 a town lot .8.10 1.40 Murphy. J. D.. 40 a. . Allen. Ellzaboth. 5 a 14.09 1? 12.50 McFerrau. Eli, 26 a Butler. A. L.. SO a 2.4 S i.HO Spencer, Mrs. Martha, 10 a. Llndsey. Dolla, 40 a 5.92 0 7.35 Wallace, W. C, 1 town lot White. W. II., 40 a Wallace, E. F., 3 town lots Wilson, N. IS., 22 a No. till Actnnville. 5.90 White. Clinton. 50 a 21.31 Evans. J. 11.. 150 a. Si,. 1 1 Hnrofl Itianrli 6.62 V 5.15 Haskins. Henry. 48 a. Kfnold, Johe, 20 a 19.39 j $ 5.90 Hoyal. C. E., 90 a.. Sa Camp. J. W.. 5 90 1.60 Wedding, L. I'.. 100 a. . . Dallart. Eva S.. 10 a No. HI Slnevt l ! K0 a. 2.50' n.,,i.l 1u.tiav.a, '"f? 17.40 7.S 1 Cummings, W. It., 167 a. Daniel. T N., 60 a 5 55 Grant, W. A., 2 a Purgiihon, Manda E. 130 a.. 5.43 j 9 52 C.oO'Huff. II. P.. 100 a Paught, Ira, 1 town lot 4 42 1 town lot. Huff. J. W., 10 a. 1.70 Ferguson. Maggie, 2 10 7.70 l'attersou. Mrs. Mary, 32 Leach, Joe, 75 a 8.10 R.I 5 White. W. T.. 60 a J.uniMord, John, 44 a No. 22 OUiton. 5.55 Lundsfotd, Titos., 30 a 4 42 10.80 Martin, E. L.. 2 a Lashhrook. J.. I town lot 7.62 5.45 Mitchell, W. W.. 40 a 1'aytou. Curt us, 40 a. ....... 5.60 6.22 ' Martin. Louis, 30 a I'robus, Joliu, 30 u 8.10 5.22 Martin. J. W., 54a J N.. 50 a Rcnfrow. 3.80 7.85 'May, Mrs. Jonuie, 1 town lot. Stewart. C K.. 100 a 8.14 7.70 l'ayton, S. II., 65 a O P.. 30 a rftewurt. 7 36 iSaltsman, Tom, 37 a 6.65 Stewart. J. W.. 30 a 4 26 7.70 iSoir, Afu, 4 a. .Sorrels, Nruef.t, 42 a H.00 70 a 8.40 .Thomas, J. Snenner. l.ouiKa. 60 a 6.98 Baylor, Cecil. 1 town lot 10.05 Wilson, E. E., 28 a No. 2:t Itufoiil. No. !'' Kohine. 5.18 10.27 j Clark. Ah.. 16 a. . Allea. Geo. W.. 1 town lot 6.25 2.80 Mlncy. W. L.. 8 a Ash ford. Mrs. Tenia. S9 a 6.61 1.37 Smiley, S. M.. 30 a. EiiRfiiio, 7 a Allen. 5.16 Autry. Owen T . I towa lot . . . 4.10 Smith. Richard, 4 a . . No. 21 Hartletts. 7.85 neel:. A.U.I town lot 16.67 14.39 'Ambrose, J. H 10 a. Railcy. (1. M , 230 a " 18.71 3,95 Dalles, Mrs. Ida, 97 a flrown, Mrs. Afitiex. 55 a 2.48 5.98 Gray, T. A., Heirs, 133 a iltirtou. Allen. 30 a 79 Little, J. W 1 towa lot Reufrow, W. L., 199 a 4.70 Suultz. J. t., 31 a 10.40 Gossctt. B. V.. Heirs, St a. L C . 20 a Cralc. 79 Miller, D. E 39 a Swlbsirt, Sam, 69 a 11.33 6.62 Greer, J. M., 72 a Collard, .1. A.. 30 a No. 20 lUIhW. 94 i Miller, J. L., 69 a Smith, Richard, t a 15.4it 5.75 Hamilton, Will, IBS a Dobbs, John. 16- a Mrs. V. K. 196 a. . . 26.21 Miller, Sinford, 1X9 a 7.81 Ilabbltt. v 5.44 6.23 Howard. T. It.. 79 a N. 8.t Former, (?. D CO a Rrowa, Loretta, 84 a I (.47 Martin, Jim, 1 towa lut a 6.50 12.93 Saoll, T. C, 62 5.43 Jeffries. Tom, 64 a Hurt Heirs, 70 a W. IL. 99 a Muldoi, Gartteld, 59 a 4.29 Bean. 11.19 5.75 Kirk, Mr3. G. N.. 53 a No. 34 KiiMM.ai. Hall, Albert. 10 a Coleman. E. M.. 97 a a 8.49 8.14 M.rrls, J. W., 21 a 6.23 Phillips, Ployd. 46 Roberta. 12 a... 1.8S Massle. Mrs. S. P., 84 a Huvimi, Mr Evans. C. D.. 60 a 7.49 3.10 McKlnley, Loney, 69 a 1 town lot 6.22 Morris, J. TV.. Adair., la 2.53 I Park, Pearl, 19 a Lowis Holm. Kelley. Mrs. Ada. 149 a Reynolds, C. W 299 a 6.55 7.91 2.65 Riddle, Clarence, 49 a earn, Wllhs. 60 a N. So AMalUaaal. MldkllY, W. J., 79 a Sharp, Dud, 59 a I 21.75 1.23 Smith, E. P.. 157 a . 1.5R Arbuckla, L. K 96 a 39 I town lot Perry. Muesio. Mldkllf. Rachel. 16 a Taylor, L. C, 199 a 12.20 19 ,81 6.44 Campfleld Kros., 19 a Smith. D. S.. 90 a Robortsou. Robert, 36 h. and 1 Russell, Nancy, 89 a. , Taylor, Attros, 15 a tt 1 C ,61 27.63 .Sadler, Dave, 50 a lt Sorrels, J. IL, 39 a town lot Russell, Nancy. 65 a 32 a 16 ,27 Tooley. Will, 10.55 Smith, E. P.. 30 a 16.11 Smith. (1. K 109 a Raymond, Jacob, 66 a Royal. N. J.. 83 a Thortoa, Henry, 1 town lot . . 6 6.62 Taylor, H. B 33 a 7. OR Smith. G. B Aitmr.. 76 a. 56 a Raymer, Waller. Stevens, A., 59 a S 169 a 11. ,95 Trahue, R. 3.25 ,'l'ownsley. Enos, 100 a 6.98 Taylor, Elmler I)., 89 a Reddish, Ariios. 50 a Slovens, W. V.. 45 a Thomas, J. W.. 26 a 5.15 .Westerfleld, Hondy, 20 a. 6.92 8a Scltroador, Isaac, No. .1U Taylor, Nancy E.. 87 a Todd, II. P. fc Son,, 1 town lot Schroader, Mrx. Herdin 43a.. 5.43 !westerfild, C. T 108 a Ambrobe, Mrs. Sallle, 69 a. .. 4..56 Withrow. E. L 59 a No. 30 Preatlss. HofUn. No. 'ST. 5.4 I j a 6, 92 5.41 IJlack. Marvin. 70 a Stewart. Sarah J., 130 a Young, J. S., 75 a 4.77 IPIrtle. G. C, 71 5.90 Johnson, Enos, 30 a fitowart, W II.. 39 a Hryant & Kuykendall, 75 a... K. 44 Young, J. L, 117 a Heibeit. No. 31 7.08 6. 59. Smiley, 11. M., 50 a Taylor. W C. 140 a 12.52 Ilartlett, W. S., heirs, 50 a. Henulng. T. II.. 73 a Ynham, Mrs. Ida, 50 a. and 1 No. 2l Oralvo. 6.80 5, 97 6.98 Cooper, J. L., 1 town lot WrlKbt. Albort, 25 a Wllkerson, G. V 134 a. ... town lot S.85 Vernon, 35 a 1 town j Durham, 9, 67 6.05 Cargal, Charlie, 1 town lot.. Webstor, Mrs. Rebecca, WcEtorucld, Otis. 23 a No. 37 Colored. u 6.62 2.43 Harper, J. II., 60 7.90 Central Consumers Co., 200 a. 15. 70 lot 1 town lot. ... 29.85 WilRht. W. K Klmbley Coal Co., 12 a Ham, 4, 70 Helcher, John, 1 town lot Cook, Walter, 120 a K. j;j Kuht lleuwr No. 32 Arnold. 1 town lot 11,05 Robertson, C, I)., 20 a. ........ 6.UI Hudson, J R.. I a 5.8S Cluippell, Laura IL, 100 a. ... 15, J llassett, Mrs. T. J.. 20 n Ilyers. W II., No. 27 Point Pleasant. 10.35 ' 40 Marred, Dob, 1 town lot KInu. Chiirliu, 12 n. 3.84 Daniel, L. L., 117 a 5.18 IJratcher, lllane, 2 a jCox, J, II.. 5 tt 1 t0VUI 13 Dttrrett, Lizzie, 1 town lot,. . . Ronfrow, MM 5. S6 Duke, I). IL. 30 u 33.30 l)au'herty, Cleve, 20 a. .. 7.18 JKIrt ley. W. M.. 165 a .0 87 Urookius, S. I)., 1 town lot lot 5.86 Evans, Warren. 100 a (i.35 'AlcCliirn, Samuel, 1 town lot. . 5.7S DaUKherty, Park, 20 a. 9 87 ISrookins, Ella, 1 town lot Wimturllulii. Hteve, 13 a 6.23 Preel, L. A., 6(l,.a. . PatturEou. A. C, 1 town lot . . 9.40; III1I, Will. 30 a. ...4 9 G2 Ilerry, Wes, 1 town lot Xi. M Wot Hwter Itoin. 4.45 Gray. K. P., 11;7 a 1 town lot. Wolch, Mrs. K. M., 1 town lot. 4.53 Johnston, J. U.. 23 a 0 02 Cool Vat, (whllo) .. Gertrudo, 30 u. . iw 15.19 Heard, Mrs. Oorinuu. imclml Keown, S. J. H., 123 n. ... No. 2H Narrow. 1 CO Chtnn, Hud, 1 town lot 5.95 j lo't 11.05 Howard, Sherman, 8 a 6.23 Morrfs, Perry, 100 a 1 70 2.45 llolton, Alec, 2fi a. Carsou, John, 1 town lot.... 13.80 Howard, P A., 15 u. Leo Mailhu. 1 tow." 13.32 PbarrU, nob, 70 a Coppuge, J II., 212 u 10.00 9 87 Carter, P. C, I towa lot fliunrey, C. . I town lot ... 3.21 ICi'Own, II. C, 60 a. 9.19 1'aytou, J. A., 90 a 8.17 Uarrisou, Tom, 00 a. ttOlor.G. 1k i town lot x" 9.50 5.15 usual custom, we have assembled an enormous supply of everything Old Santa will need on his Christmas Eve trip. .... la , lt Toys in endless riety va- ... tl-- I " M'P. ..... . if,?""; """ ! m Dolls, large and small Books for all ages Novelties of every j ii description China ware Glassware Cut Glass Silverware Rocking Chairs, all classes of Furniture Stoves, Kitchen Cabinets and accessories Carpets and Rugs of all sizs and grades Bibles and I J :j J WITH LOTS OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT ; ' ! Every thingit takes to make this store real Santa Claus Headquarters is here ! , are invited to visit our store and look over our collection. Any written request concerning your wishes will be given to Santa Claus. MBF2XKJaSuB33 C ... ... E. P. Barnes li.ti RaIr. 6 Brother . .... I BEAVER DAM, KY. - .... ... M ,! ... Uilffla. Ed.. 1 towa lot 9.17 Hinos, Ed.. 1 towa lot 3.89 Hunter, Ballana, 1 towa lot 1.78 Hlzer, Davldul towa lot .. 6.83 Haynes, J. W., If a 6.13 Johnsoa, tern. i;i u 36.95 Johnsoa, Amnio, 1 towa lot 2.45 Kelley, Alec, I town lot . ,.6.83 Loeaa, Mary Lv 1 town lut . 2.99 Nail, Jennie, 1 'lown lot. . . 2.29 Nail. Edmoa, 1 towa lot . . 4.46 Nail, Isabell, 1 towa lot l.GC Phipps, Woodford, 2 town lots 19.89 Rogers, Ollle, 1 towa lot Render, Mable, 1 town lot .. 1.35 Sleveus, Sarah, 1 a 5,45 Short, Winnie, 1 towa lot .. 3,53 ... .a I n - ... ... ... tl. .... ll .,...,... ....... . H-- .... Ticheuor, Henry, 65 a g.S Wade, Ida, town lot 2. 08 8,97 Omitted. Graves, Parlhenn, 75 a ;; Tabor. P. W 19 u. , Venablo, W. II.. 3 11 2.30 Sanbach, Roy, 44 a 4.2r, WuiKomierry, Owen, 30 a 4.71 (V Qulsenborry, Charlie, 55 a. .. Wllklns. Wllllatu, l u s81 Depp. Harry P.. I town lot . . t'or. Gruff. Ida. 4r. , s.au s i day of December, 1917. S. O. KEOWN, (if Sheriff Oblo County. Ky. 1 Shun. Mra. Jack. 19 a Tunstle. Lizzie, town lot 1 4.8s. .. 3.08 n 15 92 '. rfc vjorffc 4 fi -- r