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The Hartford republican: December 28, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917122801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 28, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. !$U &me zr v & & lh OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY -- Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Subscription $1 per Yeaa No. 2G WL. XXX. HK.TAKESOVER 'i HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, ICY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1917. PteT , J, t Idnlly ailtloil to the lint. Judge W. II. Barnes In Chairman; Sirs. F. B. Minn Mag- IleWUt, glo Murks, Secretary, Hful Mlss'Het- Rlley, Trensurwr. Memboridilp In ........... ,1. .tM (HIP iiounr, nun inn hmuibj will I... mil in expended for relief work for llio iiol-- i dlers. Every patriotic man uutl wo HYSTTM TO Illi HKI'IMrriVH man In tho United States should on AT NOON ON' THIS roll as a, member. DATE. OHIO COUNTV MAN HONORED. NOT APPRECIATED i OPERATIONS 3si$ Zr A '"-- -t : ir-- 1 I , fc 5&;lfcV dU6T PEACES S. Dean, S. t,. Kulkcrsou, It. C. onor, II. r. HIco and Hon Taylor Messrs. Hovati Molbrook, Mlnnkonshlp, Arthur Kirk, Judge John B. Wilson, Supcrlntendant Oznn Hhtilts, Chnrllo Smith, Owen Hunter, Sheriff S. 0. Ueown, Editor W. II. Coombs and John Henry Thomas. SiWOMAN DIRECTED CHIEF spy wa8 mastku mini) ok i'juots in' SQl'lUti KICK TIKS KNOT. ;anada and ox pacific COAST. ViDOO NAMED AS HEAD )ic:i Outlines riitn to Unify jHUppIiig In Prurluniatioii, Con gress In Acl. San Francisco, Doc. 2G. A woman, designated only as "II" nnd..sald to bo prominent in tho German secret " " -C-H1CA00 DAILV NtWtJ nation's railroads for the wnr w.13 y'SlswiU.rteLto''. service, directed the uctlvitlos of j.focialmcd by Presldont Wilson to- Franz Schulenhcrg, alleged master night, to bnconio offcctlvo nt noon spy hold hero on a Presidential warREVOLT PLANNED WILSON & M'AflflO William fcucxt Friday, December 28. rant, according to information di(. McAdon, returning his place l the vulged today by Federal officials. ' Cabluet as Secretary of tho Treasury, IN U. S. SUSPECTED CHAMPION BOSSES Schulenberg Is said to have been pieced In charge as director activo In plans to destroy bridges and ernl of railroads. The University authorities did not public buildings in Canada and shipEvery railroad engaged In general vacnt t10 position lipid by l'rof. BUSS SHIP WITH MUNITIONS NONK TN NATION'S IIISTOKV HAD ping and warehouses in Pacific port3. traiiBportutlon.with its appurtenances, Tlnslcy, hut gavo him leave of ABOAICD HUM) UP Bi UNCM) THE TOBACCQ MARKET. , POWKB KQUAB TO BIG Olllclals said the woman barely essteamship lines, Is taken 'sencc, ;v SAM. TWO. caped arrest hero four weoks ago, tho -j . over, and all systems will bo operatPerhaps duo In some measure to day before Schulenberg was capturTHROAT IS" CUT cd as 0110 under tho director gener- the absence of buyers who were away ed. The clew to her part in Schulen-berg- 's al. Tor the holidays tobacco went off operations was revealed In a A Pacific Port, Dec. 21. By the President's proclamation, Federal Captured In a statement accompanying his KiiNerites Minder U. officials found packages of am- William Gibbs McAtloo becomes tho about a dollar a hundred on tho loose letter found among his effects. It inSoldier. proclamation, tho President nnnouncmunition, several hundred rlllcs and biggest boss, bar one, In America's leaf floors In Owcnsboro last week. structed Schulenberg to meethor In that as soon as Congress reas- The only bosa'blgger than Small deliveries have been mado of Los Angeles. The letter was postArmy in a number of bags filled with rcvol- - history. leglsla-- . With tho American ho will recommend Woodrow WU-i- :i the pooled tobacco In Ohio county, marked Cleveland, O. Investigation earnings Franco, Dec. 2f. German atrocities vers burled under the cargo of hides ho is his father-in-laguaraikcelng pre-whtlon the Shilka, a Kusslnu freighter sou. In addition to being head of the and the limited Information we have showed, olllclals said, that tho womproper- - against American soldiers are officlal- rfiaud iiialntenanro of railroad get In regard to the an had been an agent of Wolf von An American sentry has which arrived hero Friday night un- - Treasury Department, the third most teen able to ly reported. hies In good repair. so I Government backing will bo given been found with ills throat cut. and dor control of Its Bolshevik crew. Of- - important executive branch of the matter indicated the deliveries be- Igel, former secretary to Franz von Papen, military attacho of the Gorcartridges found in tho Government (for the War and Navy made havo averaged somewhere ho new Issues of railroad securities ust havo been so' killed after being .ficials said tho and ammunition packages contained slug3' Department outrank it now, Mr. tween sixteen and serntcon dollars a man Embassy at Washington, may bo'found. captured. bh.it a ready market The Hartford and Narrows alleged head of the German esplou-ag- o o hundred. concerning German such as aro used by tho Germans on McAdoo will bo supreme over tho Information Action In Cmit SurprUe. . system In this country. She was houses report tho grading moving lowing vast agenclos of commerce: Eastern front. The President's move, although 'savagery has rcachedtho troops In .nioothly, but we understand there described us a person of birth and All American railroads, The consignment was probably in- -. "forecast for weeks, carao at this time one of a sorles of bulletins read to been friction between tho grad-j- r education, a brunette, thlrty-flv- j The Interstate Commerce Connuls- as a great surprlso to nearly every- - them by tho unit commanders nml tended, olllclals said they believed. and company's manager at Fords- - years old. Horo'for Industrial Workers of the World slon. liody In Washington. Including rail- - posted on tho bulletin boards. ville. Sent SrliiilenUcrs to America. AH steamship lines, rallroad-own- jor for use of a raider in the Pacific. road olllclals. It had been general- - is what they heard: According to Federal olllcials, tho Liquor and L W. W. Papers. . edf Iv Lelloved ho would nwalt the teas-".Afler a raid by tho Germans on J "PLGT suspncTEu: woman sent Schulenberg to tno to dPtrrmine All railroad officials. "An investigation hf mbllng of Congress before taking" trenches hold by American troops, a United States In 1914 for the alleged Tho Railroad War Board. was ( tho purpose of those In charge of the infantry any slip. Ho acted through Secrota- - lone' sentry or Knoxvllle. Tenth. Dec. 24. Extra purpose of assisting in the malntcn-watchm'All electric lines engaged In gener- ry of Wifr Baker under authority con- - found with his throat cut from ear .ship will bo mado immediately," tho and special policemen arojanco f contraband wireless stations; t frrred in tho army appropriation to ear. lie had been surprised by an United States District Attorney hero al transportation. on guard hero tonight at every plant .supported by tho German government All passenger associations. said. "Wo know that the overwhelming force of Germans and uct nnd factory where war munitions or 'for the purpose of gaining military p- All freight associations. Shllua Is manned by a UoisnoviK nirort nmnaceinent of tho roads must have been so killed after supplies are being manu- - formation and transmitting It to dicta-I- d charge of crew and apparently is in There have been bosses and will remain in the hands of railroad ture, following an announcement nn, . committee of five that took tho ves- - tors since the world began, nnd Cy- to a "Such brutality Is familiar officials and tho Railroad War Board. receipt of a warning from tho j Further concernln? revelations comprised of IHo railroad heads, will soldiers who served against savages sol ovor after the crew mutinied a rus, Caesar, Alexander, Charles V. of the out of the Russian port. j few days and Napoleon wero fairly widespread secret service at Washington to thu .Schulcnhorg's activities disclosed campaign." continue to direct actual operation In tho Philippine that German ngents were be-- ! day showed that In February, 1915, "Officials, continuing their searciiln their influence, hut nono of them tolls the men Another bulletin under Secretary McAdoo's general sit- discovered a largo quantity over had such vast financial dominion lleved to havo solected Christmas evoiUO inserted an advertisement In Spo-a- s occupied sec- how tho Germans, In norvlslon tho tlmo to begin a campaign of uane. Wash., newspapors, looking to Wil- Tho chief practical effect of tho lions or Franco and Belgium, are of liquor and a number of I. W. W. as If esident of ruin and destruction. Manufacturers the purchase of a tract of land per- - turning women ami children out of newspapers aboard, thoy announced. , Ham Gibbs McAdoo. The Government operation will bo to tho warning U1I3 afternoon which to colonlzo several hundred y has more ' If the munitions were Intended for (ho United States buildmil a complete unification of nil rail their homes into tho snow, tho ... the I. W. W olllclals suld, tho Slid- - powers than any ruler In tho world's and extra precautions wero promptly Spanish families. Theso famlllos.Fed-- ! op- - Ings being then given over to soldiers, Hystonis. Impossible under private . Ural olllclals said, wero Hindus, ajuL l:a probably Intended to unload her history, but for direct, detailed doml-carg- o takon, by reason of statutes prohibit- - horses and material. v , tho purpose of their colonization was'" . hore and then proceed to some . nation over great thlngb his Interest earn- Ins iiooIIiik of rail trafllc and 'prearranged obscure spot on the ing QUABTS CAMOUFLAGED now runs him a close to permit them easy entrance into JAMES KEN'KHOW DEAD. rings. Tho roads themselves had gono "'. BOOZE SEIZED BY SLEUTHS coast nml put the rifles, revolvers second. Canada, where they were o obtnirf In this direction, l.as far ns they dared - 'iir.-odied at his .military information and facts con- Mr.'JnTr""- and ammunition ashore. that Kind It became known only y 24. Five Dec. MILI iEBS ABE WABNED ., llltci.lic,i. .r r....n ...... .. Louisville. Ky U v ..C by Attorney M corning 1110 iuuveiiitjiiia ui uuauun (v fthey bad been warned , TO SAKEGUAr.r ?: V..1 ...... . . i urled at Sand vessels, to assist in raider warfare ir'ilr.f r.d General Gregory that n violation of thousand quarts of Kentucky wills-ri 1111 Mil hti Ainnnir niriiniD i ua V UbXIU illllUllh IIIU h ground Monday. conducted in the Pacific ocean by the g I ..:.. I laws could not ho per ky, said to havo been destined for lug on tho ship woro some who said -- ,. : vr II. ' consumption In "bono dry" Evansvllle, Ind held by Rev. Germans. The colonization plan did Christmas I. i.: mitted. 'they bolloved tho munitions wero sent ve flour millers of 'Evr. "v'l! re. j, - 1 Branch. Mr. fllot matorlallzo. Av.tcwas fully realized territory, much of t in Alabama . and This situation . ...by tho Bolshevik to aid I. W. W. to flashed the warning tj-- i. t " years old and possession ui f ,,.,, Scliulenbeig's Activities. n, i W President Wilson, who. in his Tennessee, is in 1110 Louisville, ac- itw,i their plants heavily, cs t o 1a nr- -' .leaf- - . ..s Ho .dlod.c of pneumonia j somo A 0f Scbulenborg's activities, j ...ltd. rtatomont, declared tho roads had Federal authorities In in. ni.i,nvib nrinni. r r.aiiou fever and vas sick only a few days according to tho authorities, havo mouovernment possesser couo as far as they could and tint cording to announcement ', .,. that concerted efforts would be mud" bofoi3 his "death. Ho leavtli two j nccu traced to Ram Chandra, a Hindu ttrnnriv miiii MVHtiMiiii warn niirinnircr. helzuros havo resulted from examlin- a fow days to blow up every lnv brothers and two ulsters, William 0n trial here, with thirty other - tlon within tho last few days of sus-- j ni;a momber8 0f tho waw prob b 1ng their earnings in attempting unlwith whom bo lived, and J. som!p charged with atttomptlng to fopicious tarncH "' nun m uiu couuiry flcaUon. ably will bo Interned, officials assert-- 1 and of parcels at freight depots In an ' cd. Search will be continued until Tho plot Is said to huve been hatch il. Renfrew, of Narrows, and' Miss jmont a revolt against British rule In IxkmI Inteiiii bun Linos Eeniptel. of the ed by German spies. up- - effort to discover violations Bottle Renfrow, and Mrs. Wayne. India. Ram Chandra mado several Although tho iiroclamatlon tho entire vessol and cargo Is gono l,,l.lf..u 4. .til .fr..l.lf. lltwia jiiiftnrrwl (ll llPOfl hlW. Tho warning camo from the South- Stevens, of near Hartford. payments of money to Schulonbcrg, ' (IVer Kjniva iw un tii.biiii ..i..T x...n..nbl. . eastern Millers' Association, of Nash- . Three thousand quarts., .some or it 4 officials said. general transportation. local inter- ,vnrln1 Te,ui" tll' larK m,lls ln thlH MAGISTRATES LAST MEETING. Schulenberg, according to Federal lrban systems are specifically exempt- - concoaled In lard firkins and much of j circulated that tho vossel -, anu vicinity peiug momoers ot (officials, was a deserter from the Ger- . iiuiuen 111 narrow wim ioP aim uoiEd. tinn.nnn BP1 hv Ilnlll,1Blk At all the large Tho Fiscal Court ns at present or - ' nmn army and was actuated only by !t,,e nssociatlon. Congress will be asked to guarau- - torn layers of fruit, is in tho custody nf , v w twifjt nv " mm tla t ... oquivitioiiia 10 11. uvo.-.. - iti IT it It ml Hin Alnrclinl Jnilinn hi nllla . ....vU .....-tiii ti1nil ganlzed, held Its final meeting hero- the hopo of financial pain. Thoy said uiu ieo earnings onicinls have found In Chicago on watch with rlllcs, and nt some of Friday. the remainder trial The only business of Ini- no would not admit his connection . Iro net operating incomo of each tho monov f ,, trn the mills special officers appointed by portauco besides allowing routine Wlth tho woman agont. period is in possession 01 uisirici Internal (allrond In the three-yea- r Chief of Pollco Edgur Schmltt wore claims was tho extension of tho term j fending Juno SO, 1U17. Rnllrond ox- - Rovenuo Agont Chandler. JAILER'S MOTHER DIES. placod on guard, and they are heav- of tho County Farm Agent to Decern- MARIUAGE LICENSE. ports estlmato that this will cost tho ily armed. bor 31, 1918. Heretofore the term year In tho neigh CAPT. PEBBV KEOWN Sovernmont next Nanny T. Mldklff, wife of Geo Mrs. WEDS NEW MEXICO GIRL itm j. 0. Matthews, 19, Hartford, to ot tho Farm Agent expired In May, borhood of $100,000,000. which can' R. Mldklff, died at her homo near; l'ABEWELL DINNER. to raised in largo part by Increased ' nud It was thought doslrable to have ucrtliti May Smith. 20, Gentertown. ("apt. Calvin Porry Keown and Miss Aduburg Tuesday of lust week 0(1 It explro with tho end of tho year, j Noblo Thomasson, 23, Hoflln, to relghts If tho Interstate Conimerco . 11 t. Her remains iiixiiuiii.i ii.iiu Winifred Eads uumiimiav t tubercular trouble. Jailer W. l MUIKIU, WHO Will re- - Tho final hbur of tho court was de- - pcarllo King, 20, Equality. nilllll- - tv'"' .inm.liixlnn imintu llio , A' M"' Mrs., woro interred in tho Magan burying tf0- fronx oDco u,0 flrgt l" " speeches by tho members, ' Monroe Cook, 20, Whlto Ruu, to l ., r cSit HnnoJ t voted to Mrs. Mldklff w.as Ja A- - KU'ln. 1810 East Boulevard, by uromid Wednesday. 1, ft faroweU oZ most or whom will not bo members Stella Albln 17, Balzetown. '' Ky-.J- . WIHIanis. pastor Klrbt 70 years old. nnd had been for many tll0 membor8 ot tho Fiscal Court, to of tho' new court. Esquires, nen Ra W. Cumnitngs, ?1, Olaton, to . ycurt a consistent member of tljo w,, n f , ''..';. L" of ho genor- -' Baptist church. Tuesday evening. I. luvlt0l, ,Mt Taylor. S. L. Fulkwson. R. C. Tick- - Goi Follx, 1G. Oltiton. Government Captain Koowu Is In commund of urisuan tuiirm. She leaves n husrI(iByi Tho menu consisted of roa3t cnor, S. W. Leach, nnd Wlnbon Thomas Coffman, 20, Centortowtt, KTlio lntnrstutu Conimerco Commls- machine gun company at band and thirteen children to mourn tUrkoy, cranberry sauce and the usu- - Smith will not bo members or tho to Eva Keith Brown, 19, Csntertown. lou nnd other Government ngencle.s tho 144th , ner iieatii. .Mrs. aiiukiii was uiu ... ,n, for.......e, .....v e.. ...... .. .H... Fiscal Court that convenes iu Jan- - W. C. Douglos. 30, Cromwell, to hilch havo to do with tho rullroada Camp Keurony, San Diego, Cal .. 11 ..11 nr . 11 , uti.it.l? u, miu.u, A ,,nor Tho tablo was liberally sup- - ,,uury. W. S. Doan, B. F. Rico and Gertrude Dartch, 24. Wysox. merly tho FlMt Now Mexico infan moinor 01 Juner 411 contluuo to perform tholr funo- Hurtford. Ken,,e(j wjtu ,neats, fruits and ovory- - Ed Shown will hold over. Tho new Hnrlan Harris, 2n, Hartford, It. 8. Ibiis ns heretofore, except that thoy try. Ho formerly was from ' tucky. Most of tho members of the thing that goes to mako up a tempt- - .members of tho court will be, Sam to Icy Greon Parks, 3, Hartford, bo subject to orders of tho dlrc- (Jjll ' Dangei-oiiSjiy Held. company uro from Clovls, N. M. Mrs. K I110al, and was oaten with gnito- - ' Slovens, Goorgo Itow'o, Quint Brown, u. :j. ttors of ruilroads. Federal f Saii Francisco. Dec. 24. appreciation by the Invited W. C. Daughorty und B. C. Rhoads Koowu Is a resident nf Clov.tx. Garland Royal, 39, Hone Branch, Among thoso present ut tho wed- - uuicuuh aiiiiuuin.cn uniiui mv mji guests, wno can scarcely repress a The retiring Judge. John B. Wilson to JOslo M. Bailey, 2C, Horse Branch, TltED CROSS HEADQUARTERS. ding were: .Mr. uutl Mrs. 11. It. Klou, on n presidential warrant of Frana regret that Jailor Mldklff and his mado u very Bouslhlo talk to tho reClaude Arnold, 2C, Horse Brunch, ' S'I'ho local chapter of tho Bed Cross Mrs. W. C, Eads, mother of the bride, Suhulenborg. alleged to bo ono of the .tlmablo wire will not have another tiring court. Judge Wilson ndmon-UUe- d to Cordio Ford, 22, Ilor'on ) ,,.... f.. I 1 UM.II.i lit. u. T.' . if'iplm, itlAurj.nDl timl tiwiat iliinrnrilllft f.lr. .... un iiub ........... . !.. .....ii. ..... ... .. l.n. I i. -- . ... -. .ivn-iv 1110 tuiuithoaod presont that It was tho umi iiun-s- iu imm iiim Rocureii ucuiintiarierH in .1... uit'iui .ui. ' ' """"i Ernest Ford, 20, Horse Branch, near tho Bank or Hartford, Miss Sn'dee Scott, William Glasor and man spies operating on tho Pacific ty bastllo. The Midklffs liuvo set tho duty of ovory ono to push and not to ndIu Calloway, 17, Horso Branch MlldliiK. coast. According to army officers, incoming Tlchcnors an examplo or en- - knock, and Insisted that thu man who Frank Petty, 25, Hartford, to aid will bo open every afternoon. Tho Mrs. B. F. Winters. T.i i 1.,.. After 11 ton davs' visit In El Pnso ho iilanned to ddjtroy government tmiMlnlni' tlmi Will nnt li, 0:1 rv to did not try to help to mako tho In- - zlo Peters, 30, Hartford. i.i.f i.iut L' week iuiy Moxley, 19, Asklns, bus already 11 largo member- - Cuptuln and Mrs. Keown will go to irocks and shipping In niost of tho bis excell. Thoso prekont were: Ea-- ! coming county administration n sue- coast ports. qulius, E, Shown. Wluson Smith, W ress wits not u good citizen. San Diego. El Paso Prowl. ' ship, und many new names uro belns Thurnmii, 17, Asklns. iitv--- , Whltigton, nn .1 20. Govern- Dec. 1'ssinn mill onerntlon - of tho ' Prof. R. W. TlnBloy, who has been , Willi tho Mississippi State University, as Instructor In modorn languages for tho past two years, lm been tendbrwl aiul accepted iv position with the Koderal Government, Department ,of Justice. Mr. Tlnsley gave up hi .. ..,. ...t,l 1. .. win ntnkii wi jSClllHIl lirn Willi It... wuu .f Iriafi week anil reported to tho Department ! for duty nt San Antonio, Texas, on! Sunday. Ills work will probably ho, .. . i .... uii III III" llillU UtUI tllt.ll.. pror. Tlnslcy relinquished a posi- tlon at the University, a great deal ,uoro ,iL.srahlo, perhaps, than tho nCf0nteil. but folt that In as much s 1,1. services wero requested by tho Government, It was his duty to ac-I- s 1 I ' jttfip&g?w!k'L.fxsBzmmij-KiWif- - ? s:mg&. t?3&m?jz - ii. -1 di mi :4&ffiB zMim 4 mM.i W&mE3Emfam&Zk 'JAii i. c. ' MMi'mfmim2 lii mimm W wzvxt'ibs'ZZZi&i?' ;,, sSm Kcn-'ct,,- ,t. We wore permitted to witness the ease and grace with which Squire Ben THnn rnn it ihn nntiHnl., nt il llttla .. ...r jcoromony In tho county court cleric' office yesterday. Tho contracting par ties were Mr. Bay Moxley and Miss of Akins, in the Pearl Thurmnn ' Wo northern part or tho county. wero not advised whether the Squiro was there by appointment or Just happened to he on tho spot when his services woro needed, but ho responded to tho call with alacrity, and before tho few onlookers knew what 'was going to happen the Squiro was "tieing tho knot. Tho brevity and beauty of the Squlro's ceremony so appealed to (hose present that each of us promised to give him any work In that lino as' often aS we wero in need of it, and the Squire smiled complacently. ( I STOOD HIGH IN BERLIN Ami Wis At Ono Tlmo An Agent of Wolf Von h;ol, I'ormcr SecrcUiry To Franz Von Pnpen. I to-da- y J ar i fol-th- o.- ' -- r en j y Ber-factur- to-da- Dlrector-Gencral-Secreta- ; , son-in-la- w w to-da- T 1 1. ailll-poolln- - H-- y. . ,rr ,..,..,.., -- ,...., s ""' .,n w, I'""i ' I ' ' ,.. C a . .., rmri ,'iy ,.,., custoni-house.whl- lo . Iw .il iS Si It h'o I 1 . ,,,, .. ...-i,,- ,.. I ... ..-..- ,- a iu .nnii 1 1 1 ' .b.rt.3ltf'51'wfcSS5BfWSi fi i K tt t I,. m l"; t: ,1 crumbs a wo can Hnd,' chirped somo Sparrow win had been listening. i "'Anil I shsll gin mime very line ti ignt' milk,' fuld the flora. "'Well, U I overl' excldimed Pinky. "'What do you mean?' asked Mr. I all ttolrr. 'IT"re are you you niilm.il I bragging aliout what will iln. Yon hare all tfuld you would do the things t ih.it you always do jm hate mil .? m.id.' :'tiy good resolutions, aa you call t'ictii. J nit Mm-pl- y will do By Mary Graham Donncr ;1 tilings that It tho I wsj.arjui'wrTaTamwraiiisxuia'iaiex.KSS natural for you to do. The Peacock (Coprrlfflit.) honest, bewon talking," com- are "The Animals cause they kuovr ml menced DiuMy. "They wore Rotting they won't change. unite excited when nlong came liaky Hut the rest of l'lg, who asked wlmt the tnmlilf wis you Halt T And all nliout. Pinky squealed In m "The Pigeon fnnilly,' nltl Mr. and it lumlut ' Kv- C that as It Mrs. Poacotk together, ,f "You're wrong.' "''" Rc0,llar P,3" Is around the New Year they should said Mr. ltoosier. make resolutions good resolutions.' t ilj,iit lftim. ,liniit thnf ' fiillit ATrtl "'Well.' gi anted I'lnky. 'If jmi'il Cow. 'I would give milk no matter talk like :i sensible animal ami nut wliat time of the year It might he, and I , perlike one of tin1 silly C.rown-UpIt's cortrdtdy not u good rosoluthiu for haps could got some .sort f an Idea me.' what you meant. As it Is. 1 don't know "'And I'd lay eggs,' agreed Mrs. ut nil. What's a resolution, anyway? lieu. Ami arc there had ones ami good ones? "'I'd have to take the children for That's u silly word. Now good means rides,' said tho Donkey, 'as they fasten means, had and what food, and had mo to a csutt' right ha that word resolution to ho "'Didn't I. say I 'was right?' said luttli good and bad?' Pinky. mo.' clucked Mrs. Hon, 'how "'Dear '"I hate to admit It, though,' said Irritnhlo yon iiro today I'lnky. You Mr. Boo-te- r, putting his head on one and try to make should he plea-aBTV tl side and looking very mournful. SfS .Vr t1 vv 1 Jfiii.' good resolutions, too.' C tffWKK sV ,'. "'You might just as well, said .. :e&&$t&, something I " - ssa"" "T.ut how can I make Pinky. anow ukkjhtCI. TWVi2' don't understand:'" squealed Plnk. ,v'r.v-ssi'A- i rr r ts. vx i,.": " 'Besides,' said Mr. Itoostcr. 'we'll "'Itesolmlous,' erowed Mr. Booster, have to think up entirely new resoluKXtv'ito,rSv 'are resolves! There! That's miiiio-tldn- g tions. Things that will be hard for us for yon!' And Mr. Ituo-tc- r to do. It's a great nuisance.' strutted aliout proudly. "That's true.' said Pinky, with a '"You sec,' he to wicked grin. 'It is always continued, 'we can do what comes natural to us and to good to lie -- .ty we're mi good doing It. Hut we or we can resolve Pigs are natural and wo don't put on to he had. And uuy ulrx about resolution. .Swell noti- when a New Year seuse I beginning It Is K " 'We'll have to think all over again,' ' Across the far Judcan 7nlh well to resolve to To listening shepherds echoing rang, crowed Mr. Itooster, slowly and sadly." be good.' At midnight, faintly, songs of praise. " 'That's n o n Dim, distant soups, i.l ironlless layi, grunted flense,' How to Be Happy. Yhcn all the stars together tang. I I'lnky. 'I iluu't for those The happiest New Year care to receive to who seek the happinesi of others. Mr. Rooster And they, the shepherds, listening long, be good. Nor do Strutted About. With braling hearts, in. I care to resjlvu vwod to he bail. I'll just be natural and a Was this the song Orion sung, regular pig.' ; 2fofo $?ar, aah The mystic, golden aisles among, "We think It's silly for us,' said the liirntitg In solitude! Peacock, 'a we're about as perfect as yew Tear, good morning! Come can be.' Or ivcre these Aspha's anthems grand, " 'You're conceited,' said the Tigeons. and briny Home dusky temple aisles between, Us days that smile and days that 'You should resolve not to think so When heavy censors slowly swung. sing jutirseUe-- .' well of Where sandaled maidens, lending, Out from the drifl3 of swirling "'Hut how can we help It:' answersung snow ed the Peacocks. 'We have Out all their souli, unloved, unseen! That through the mtuky midto ho aln about.' night blow " 'You're hopelos-- ,' said the Pigeons. Swart forms stood forth, their girdles And clutch Kith frosty hands "'What is every other animal looicd. and lUng. asked Pinky. With fan i toward the midnight sky; Ilark! IIoic the joy bells chime "'t am going to lie up bright and And, trembling, waited, l.ps apart. and ring early every morning,' said Mr. Booster. Limbs tense, where fullest muscles Thy birth and new hope set "'You do that anyway." -- aid Pinh.v. start. to wade In might as well 'I And quivering arms upiaiscd high. "With hands outstretched you Of course. In every hit of mud I come; and so the winter that's hard, but then 1 can Clearer the sound waves swept the Ac:o Year, good morning! do my best !' plain, Xcw courage greets their clam- "'And I nin going to lay lots of As all the wide world's pulse stood oring osrgs.' said Mrs. lion. still, The thought of friends, the " 'I am going to give good milk,' said 'Till softly worded fell the strain, thought of spring. Mrs. Cow. Vrom '.ion's hllU jlung bail: again, Of kindly solace for our koc. "I'eacc and good will, good will." "'I shall protect the sheep,' said the happiness u.c'rc still to Of Sheep Dog. know; Docn went the stalwart shepherds "'And I shall look after the farmer's Vr'c icait your accolade, 0 King! hou-e- ,' barked the Watch Do;;. there, Xeio Year, good morning! In humble pose, with hearts ar.amc. "'I have decided to let the children j To Alexander Maclean, drive me,' hiayed the Donkey. all the earth from licthlehcm's height, "'Wo shall pick up as many bread- In solemn v.atrhes on that night, The dtar God's new Evangel came. .WKl lUBI.M.IIW'P'lll'J L'' What Shall He Write on Your Page? totheifewYear PTT0 VUU.1Vj, aW Warjle' clireks il Good Resolutions ' I. m I Mt m utAx a r S'j&P ST A- -- m . Ml M Ms ism 1 m M How d.irod he In.Muaalr thai or Hobble's precious letter wa nolhlnj. Hut the anger her eyri shot rvf short of lUelr mark .lumlr hnd tnc plum pudding. "Ilelln," he IuiijIiH, "mi lli.it la M,,,t wns In tho box. I'd Just aliout Kltm 'it up. It' l,,""' pudding, all rUht, u ailiiilMinlY, Isn't UV he went ".SUrp we couldn't hsve It C'lirhtlmas, let's celebrate timlrdit speed the pari i lug guest of the I'M year and the new, you know. Hut I came In t tell you I'm going oTcr In Hlyly's take n look nt (he brooder he wnnti to sell, b'o If you'll give me that picture book of Hobble's, I'll stop at th,. jioor farm as I lns.s nml leave It fur the little ehap who got there too lai,. wpIi-ojiie ktr fits 'Uifsl: j trv ay I WMmm 5 V - Mi Si miM s. ( WMW&fsFS fir mm k 1 ' nt sx.l V.'A "ft I. At l' itf s Vd t3C " V a JC " KZ .Ald kv NUThH-- t M i.-- t" -- iifijgjjj;- "'v - L,j2i . T"v9ni&jri4kws msz j le-ol- ve Peace and Good Will. Words of Comfort For the New Year Good Will By Samuel Gardiner Ayres. -- had been the most toman- tie of love malt lies and In all the land tliut last day of the old year, there was no more untiappy Utile woman than Maggie MaeKoiulo, tho bride of six weeks. And the gates of escape from the heart-breaof It all were tlulit shut, for as liberal as are Undo Kam'J courts In such matters, tho causes of her abject inNerj could hardly be preit sented In divorce proceedings a cold in tho Christmas head, and n small sheet of paper eov ered with u perfectly Illegible, snarly scrawl, The plum pudding arrived a week '.tie en aei'iiunt of bad roads and a holiday congestion of parcel post mattable ter stood on the Uvlnc-roou- i iif-- t as she had taken It out of its box. A beautifully molded plum pudding of a city confectioner's conMinuuale uri, nllli an adorable, splkey sprig of real holly stuck In the top. A most Christ-iiiliomo-plum pudding that set off nil sorts of Chilsttnnsy home-memories and brought such un ncliliu tump to the little bride's throat that she almost cried out In pain. Yet Clirlstinns Hsojf had not been n lilt of n blue day. It was their llrt Christina together to begin with, and the Joy, the wonder, the triumph of filled Jamie actually her entire thoughts. Itlglu nfter brenkfHst they Itr ' TJii TV for Simla Chun. They say he's lonesome nn'il homciick, poor kid, und ninjlx: It will cheer lilm up." The sot line of Maggie's IIjh twitched. At tho time It lind seemed auth a ulniple thing to propose to give Hub bio's picture book, packed with her own hooks by mistake, to the new orphan arrived tit the farm the beginning of the week; the poor child hose mother had died on Christmas day In a lonely shack up hi the "You can take the book another time," site evaded, picking up her slui' tie and tatting like mad. "I cunt bother about It today." Jamie looked at her, surprised, pu'.-slei- mountain. plum-puddin- J a. y v t awe-fille- d &&& H I j space-gemme- re-o- le A hotmhi. has nn:'bisl few sands tamed: the , That marked the Old Year now hare slipped ainvi. And in his outstretched hand the Sew Vcar holds The future of a twelvemonth's span. IfHI wmmm nm m&m rs' riA.ii M'.U fiji ! i ii .a m Sfii &m ffl&fr ii.r.'v. i i.iiiidR 1" IK "Why, I ran get It as well a.s ynu. dear," he said gently. "It's on tin ...I.I.. iil nut im.iia, l.i'fv IfV . r..n..i iii lililli; In She threw down the tatting ami sprang up. "I'M get It myself," she said fiercely, and shot Into the adjoining room. When she brought him the honk, her eyes wete rimmed in great rol circles, but Jamie, Impatient to he oft, did not notice, or thought the redur.-- s came from her cold. As the front door banged after him, camphor bottle In hand, Maggie san hack In the nearest armchair and cut.) heiself up to being miserable. Hut Jumlc was gone over an hour tlmu for couxclcucc and camphor to work, mid tliototighly ashamed of herself, her head much clearer, alio greeted his return witli iiing spirits, wlih:i fell, precipitously when he nonchnlutn ly Informed her he had Invited over tin Hlvivi and Joeu Thornton and his wlfi and the Hopkins girl to spend llei evening and eat plum pudding with them. "(ih, Jamie, why did ou?" she said despairingly. "I feci like an) tiling bin. company tonight." Hut the guests had been Invited und there was nothing to do hut maku the best of It. Yet, as gallantly ns she tried, tho poor, little bride could not shake off her homesick forioruuess. It was live minutes of l'j by the llvlng.room clock when the hot chocolate and the plum pudding In its hlae of glory were luoughl In, and us tlie llrst stroke ot midnight fell upon their talk ami laughter, with lifted cups, all sprang to their feet and drank to the new year, deep and long. All, that Is, except Maggie ... Mae-Kenzl- I'll Get It Mys :lf," She Said, Fiercely. 1 , I ! ':tSsgn? of cl jWi. (iiVC JWe& TO ea, c I j I ! APPLT "POR G0IK6 T0 jI fm. GOING TIE JIYSEUF OK A K I ! . All voices Joined the solemn chant, From David's nty to the sea; From deep Euphrates' silent tides, To Joicho's sides; From Gath to Galilee. palm-shaded Then lmil New Year! We liiil had gone on a J"II. tramp. Then tin re iliee welcome. Thy gifts are many, h. Imii illntii i to ;,ri, tlie fun of 'but not yet disclosed. With thee cooking tile turkey ami the l.lllglller of may come j'oy or sorrow, jmiu or humping heads n. they both tlew to i loss, failure or success, hope deferred (lie oven door to "baste tlie 'baste.'" up And after they or dreams realized. We hid thee wel the dishes, theyhad mini, ami done sat before the cheerimcome und will try to cherish and big open ful lil?o of die prove thy gift of time. We greet tiro talking in low, Intimate voices fm thee with a cheer as wc undertake into tlie night. cooped Hut our journev in thy care. "Life must long innow she waswith lidsup ail l.i tlie house wretched march forward in a tnltimu of davs.'' cold In tlie head, the m. forlorn ami ' Ihing-room'- s i She took only a hurried sip nt her chocolate, then put down her cup and ran and opened the front door. ".Maggie!" oiled Jamie. "What are j oh opening the door for?" "To let In the New ear dear," fho explained Willi a forced galet). "Don't T XT-f 7,1 mil " o In widening circles, sweet and clear. From olive yrovc or hill, Rwcpt baik that anthem, Ilcavcn-born- , On harps of gold, by angvli boi ne, "I'eacc and good will, good will." palm-crowne- d j Thouohts for the New Year was the sweet Marjoram the salad, or, rather, tha herb of grace. Hhakespeure. i It.f.osomo of being- -, will' Jamie awa. for hourh at u time, working on the much or, when It rained or snowed' too heavily ,o bo outside, tiuUeiiug everlastlugjy in tlie hniu. And us tlie proverbial last stinvv In today's mall had come the little sheet A thousand years on Time's strong tide. Have washed the shoies of Change; Uncounted men have loved, have died, And Life and Death, all undcfled, llavc siwpt earth's widest range. But still the harpers touch the strings. In chorus grander still, And ocean's Highly voices sing. While all the earth her chorals bring, "Peace and good will, good tclll." Sun To be weak l miserable, Doing, or suffering. Lost." Milton, "Paradl ( tJEW CftUNDARSj TET ? 60TNV j . RAFTER DECBiBE ) this cdaes &mwr,TOO I his work; blesKodness, Hlisrd he who hn found bt UCJt K3STAND ) ) In humble sand-swepsnow-crowne- d cot on Scotia's braes, Present." him nxk no other Carlyle, "Put ud Or Egypt's slumb'rous vale. t deserts, camel trod, O'er Alps upt cared to On God, The mighty chords prevail. Honest toll is holy nervlce; fnllhful work Is prnlse and prayer. Henry Van Dyke, "Tolling of Kellx." i'My In vales Spke-sientcd of musk; o'er valleys blest; When cdoious lilies swing their bells asphodels Their honied lips have yres't; dcio-drun- k hlllt of burse; Hapless woman ne'er can say, work Is done" till Judgment day. St. John Honey wood. O'er somber plnct that sing of death, Or sun-klssc- d meudows n still; Lovo prays devoutly when It prays for loe. Hood, "Hero und I.eander." O'er land of leal, o'er land of woe, The uortd-e- circling chorals go, "I'eacc and good will, good will," When The r L changing stcift Chrtst-tWc numbers swinging seasons bring To lands whero tropla aloes grow. To rolling piairles while with snow, To appreciate, to admire, to enjoy, la to poison. Tho law of life Is lovo. Lovo Is the one esseuthl thing without which we can only exist. Ilenjiimtu Weodeox. Just to lle Is the most tant thing In life. Impor- Itr " s- - J nlANK26lVlNCjO IWiir-iHr- a Jt-- - ?y wit f lliiti4f tits. msakz. I I m- - j The bells of gladness ting. And eft (Mi en's faces beam with mirth, .Dirt chldrcn's glad lieurla thrill; For them the angel harpers sing, s For them of Heaven ring, "Peace and good will, good will." Maude Meredith. Joy-bell- Keep that the year. 'fcU9 Smile, Smile, Smile. .Now ' Year smile on all Do Not Soil the Leaf. Keep clean that now leuf you will turn over. of paper with tlie Illegible snarly ci awl had come all the way from Scotland. For that whs what had made the love tint tell so romantic. Jamie A(ac Kemrlo, whom Maggie had not neon since vile was a girl of It, had come back from the States on a three month' visit to III mother, found the child he had played with tlowered Into a woman, promptly fallen In lovo nml married her the day btfor hit return Th Child Walked Straight Up to Magto Uncle Sam's Intnl. gie MacKenzie. And site had gouv willingly with him, hnd willingly left them nil hchlml. you remember we always did It at Dad and mother; Dnve nnd Wnllace home?" he added tremulously. and Junn, and yen, evuu Hobble. "For tho land's sake 1" Hobble, her onn bairn, the bontik "The love ot Mike!" little brother whom she Kxclted exclamations went around, buttoned up In the morning and shrieks of half half real night and counted off unbuttoned at terror, whilo the little bride stood "this little pig went to market and staring, white-faceInto the night as this little pig stayed at home" on ten though she had seen u ghost, a ghost wee upturned toes. of Hobble, her own dear bairn for To have given up Hnbblo for a mere out whom husband! A husband who no longer all day her heart had been crying long. loved her, who was no heartless he Then could stay ont there in tlie burn mend- - blight out of tho darkness Into tho living-room- 's light stepped u lug an old plow when his wife needed very lilt lo boy with him so desperately! hair and small Tliu cheery sound of u whistle ap- - j tousled, proachefi a man's brisk steps on tho garments put en awry that badly needed buttoning up. potch. It was Jamie. Ho was coming Into ' "Why, it's the poor 'farm's new little tho house. Why couldn't hu let her orphan!" homebody cried In relief. "Uhat In thu woild are jmi doing alone, to cry In peace? "Well, Utile girl." said it pleasant ' here, son?" Ignoring the others, the child walked Voice behind her, as she stealthily I dabbed away her tour., "auv special i straight up to Maggie MacKenzie. "I'm looking for my moth-er,- " ho news from the land of heather?" said, u eatiii in his breath. "U wasn't it regular letter," she And with her sail face now radiant, coolly. "Just one of Hobble's a shining light In her eyes, the home-si.'love fceniwisDnd had only nddres-e- d ' little bride gathered him up In her the envelope." "Say, I call Hint h mean trick," said ' arms and hugged him cIimc. "If you can't find her, vjou't I do Jamie, "to get up your expectations Instead, darling?' she whispered for nothing." kisses. . A little red spot tin red on each of make-believI U , I o r f it Al-TK- ONE FINALLY find us with 0,000,000 men In Europe cwnlilDK return, tha tlmo necessary ..1M. lw.an inn alilna Mvnflnhln wnuM ,!o r,n years SPIES IN TOUCH ClINQULliii PAiJti HAM-- ' CRNTUUV n,omi'g r n,or thnn four -- WITH GERMANY MluSSAGHS KXPtCIUMKNT OP MUCH W1UHH CltOSS (ill WAT invini:. Denver, Dae. 22. Following experiments that have covered a, period of a quarter of a century, engineers of tho Mountain States Tele-phoand Telegraph (Jompnny, a Uo'l subsidiary, have Infilled what they hcllcvo to bo tho highest telcpliouo sorvlco line In tho world. o On tho toll rntito tho company has cun&lructcd tho section of the lino Hint crosses Argcn-tln- o Pass, at an altltudo of 13,200 feet. Tlio pass it near tho famous Georgetown Loop, ono of the beauty sjtotti of the cat Urn slope of the Continental Divide, about forty mllco from Denver. The newly built section is only Ono utiles in length, all three-tenth- s nn'd it t estimated tbo cost of construction was eight limes lot expenditure Invalvfd ia laying an ardl-ar- y DcnTcr-I.cailvlll- that we shall to ucr.ena entirely 'syo:t our own rluppli n for this movincn', slnco tho vessels of tho Allies will lio fully occupied with llicir own affaire. As one oDlcIr.l points out, calculations of this Eort may bo fanciful, n well no having a romoto bearing, but tlio supposed condition furnishes nn Illustration of the need of ships, nsldo from the demands for transportation facilities while tho war.ls In progress. It ir.ny bo nssumed Havo Aito com: mciNtt hunt IN CIX1T1IK8. IN INVISIDIiK INK Spring brings all hinds of weather nnd with It comes colds nnd tho revival of winter coughs and hoarsewill ness. Dr. Doll's ho.id off a new cold or stop the old one, tho soothing balsnms relieve tho sore throat and heal the irritated tisy and start sues. Get a bottlo treatment at once. At your druggist, 1 25c. Formula ou tho bottle. to-da- HAMS CHANGED VtUOlA 1WAMOS A Yashinelou, Dt. rU (N. U.) enthusiast today Uttgraaheti ra to UalleU SMI Uui e COCK'A stretcb If f Many AttaraaU wlr. a. rail. estate-- 1 BejrU-quarter- s: earn. 1199, eensteeliea across the a!UT "Terrier keleaflas tayitij twisted PHSa was made afStates Marina Kill fence raaataa ple-iwires along Ue rraaaa. imttr a nub-- t royi ia aaala taoraaga-far- . eels nui atarthera Baropeaa neuStafjtt wae teld. Transporting ter battle Marine cable aren't yon?" ladlgnasl chleltem eaaoiers parts bve carried mii'ny letters inuttrial fov this eablu Irom Grorso jwitneea affair ana demand doe "Indeed, I am." 9tr tral Canaan pia In this country, from tefVn lo tha lea ef the pen entailed "Loyal to what?" death penalty. Then they ler being sent to Germany great dlflleultiM, it requiring twelve "Loyal to my faltk leyal to rooster's name waa Kolsor. Re- the documents nnd fourteen hones to haul a wagon Ut now pride of Dur- froa l.ke aeutrat port to Germany poac." sult: Dee from tb neutral port at which they with euppllcii to tha crest of the "But how about your country?" ham." re laude. mountain. Tha animals suffered -"Oh. to hell with the country!" f UnUI rsulations were promulgatfrom tha nota aad throat Mmllar to humans who become dised sevurM weeks ugo the prohibition I have never bad a feeling poFOR FLETCHER'S against anoJi communication had not litically that did not spring from tressed at high altitudes. Shortly after tha cable hnd been been enforced strictly, altho customs sentiments embodied in tbo DeclaraI Inspectors nnd secret service agents tion of Independence, which gave rompletcd "trouble" was of frequent me dis- - MAV UfiK CON VI OIK TO eccurrenee, and lnvestiBAUon had seined many communications of liberty, not alone to the people of fr closed that "Coonles." a epecies of MA UK WAIt SUPPLIES dangerous nature on ships leaving or this country, but. to the world in all arriving at American ports. Extra future time. Lincoln. mountnln rat, wcra enjoying dally -e feasts on cable insulation. Sliding Doc. 22. Great Brit- precautions under tho new rules, ti'atklnrten. rork and the altercate moistening ain and Canadn kave already employ- however, resulted in tho roundup of All kinds of high class job print-ni- g and drying out of tho cablo also rc- - ed convict labor to manafatture war niaay more letters than it had pre done at THE KEPUDL1CAN i.ultcd in much damage. And now Seaater HoVe Tlouely hcea thought wero carried suppllflj?. Cable Ik Abnmlaiiril. Smith, of Ueorciu. aroposcn tkat the by auesKngeT. Evidence gathered thuo far leads MASTEtl COMMISSlOri KIt'8 SALK. Tho cablo was finally abandoned same thins be doao in thla country. and the twisted wiro system had Ills idea is to equip federal prisons officials to believu some neutral subOhio Circuit Court. heon in use until recently, when nn with ncccrcnry raanufactnrlne ma- jects, aided by Americans, havo made acrlnl wire "lead," designed to with- chinery and ntlliiu the prlsoneiB to considcirablc money by promoting tho Lena M. "Westeriield, Guardian, ftc., l'laintiff. stand nil climatic conditions, was In- turn out the finished product. Other clnndctUuo truffle in communications Vb. Notice of sale of Oma, Leo Wcsterfield, ct at.. Defendcoct of J 12,000 for tho noscontract prlrons mny participate. to evade tho British censorship stalled at a ants. dlstanro of less than a mile and a The introduction of tho prison la- malic, before and after tho United Hy virtue of a judgment and order States entered tbo war. These nro kalf. Tho lino consists of twenty-fou- r bor bill is tbo result of renspecial "II" of the American Federation now subject to criminal prosecution, of '."ale of the Ohio Circuit Court the polus and sovcnty-flv- e dered at its Msy term, 1917, for feet apart the Department of Labor, tho Depart- with poaalty of $10,000 lino and ten pnrposo of educating and maintainfixtures, cpacod slxty-Ov- o to heavy anchors. ment of War nnd the National jcar3' imprisonment. ing the infant defendants and to pay and supported Great quantities of commercial nil costs or tills action, and tho cost CIodo to 100,000 pounds of wire is mitten on and Prison Labop. called clips' anil ot tins sale, I will offer for sale at carried on these poles. All material "it," so a statenieut sas, "unirhs tho commvntcations, public outcry to tho highest and best for conttruction of tho lino has been taking of a now trench in tho fljht consignees, mail, nro carried by ves-io- ls Udder at the court house door in investiganot in regular mail channels,and H.trtiord, Kentucky, on Monday, Janrhoscn after an exhaustive against tho exploitation of tho pristion of wind velocities, temperatures oner and free labor, in udditiuu to mort of this ha3 been licensed freely uary 7, 191S, it being regular county court day, nt about the hour of ono in tho freeing his labor for war work." by ccstoms oClccrs. encountered and moistures o'clock p. m., upon n credit of sis pass, and It In bcllnved that the new apAt its lnt hewdon Congress months, the following described propRr.d Colds from Sudden Changes. ccrvicc for propriated money for shops nt Atlino will give excellent erty, ehnnges of temperature Sudden many years without repaint being lanta, Fort Leavenworth ami McNeill A tract of Inud In Ohio county, nnd underwear bring spring colds Kentucky, described as follows: made. Island penitentiaries. This developHounded on the North by the lands with stuffod up head, sore throat and ment wnu aproved by tho officers of by tho Klnun'tt Unlraent Jur niietmiatlMii. coaarol symptoms. A dose of Dr. of Jonathan Puckctt; on t?111; East the of Labor, on the lands of King's Now Discovery Is sure relief, South by the Mrs. James Clark, and rheumatism, the tho American Federation Tho torture of lands of Abb which is now pressing tbo nationthis happy combination of antiseptic on the V.'est by tho lands of V. D. pains nnd aches that make life un- wide exteusiou of tho htato-UH- e sysbearable are relieved by Sloan's Lin- tem. If this is done tho federal gov- balsams clears the head, soothes tho Westerflcld. Doing off of the East side of the iment, a clean clear liquid that Is ernment cn increase the nation's Irritated membranes nnd what might U. J. farm, containing 25 easy to apply and more effective thanl productivity tcononilre for insuffi- bare been a lingering cold is broken acres, Westerflcldless, and being a part inoro or np. Don't stop treatment when re of mossy plasters or ointments because the.samo land conveyed lo M. T. cient labor power and benefit the prisfelt an a half cured cold Westcrfield by James Casey, on the I lief ia first It penetrates quickly without rub- oner and tho free worklcginan. is dangerous. Take Dr. King's New 22nd day of October, 1909, which bing. For the many pains and aches The bill authorises the secretary of Discover?" 1 deed is of record in deed book 37, till your cold is gono following exposure, strains, sprains pugo 441, Ohio County Clerk's oltlco, war and tho eeeieiary of the navy to -nnd lnusclo soreness, Sloan's Lini- employ military prisoners and In tho and same land inherited by Oma Lee ment is promptly effective. Always construction of military roads. Army EFKIttJT A CUT FINGKll tVesterfleld nnd Myrtlo T. Wcsttr-fiel- d NOW HAD ON Till! WAU from their father, M. T. Westerhave n bottle handy for gout, lum- prisoners nro already used on road flcld. bago, toothache, bnckncho, stiff neck work within national army cantonThe purchaser will bo required to Tho great war might bo traced and all external pains. At druggists. ments. Tho bill would mako posci-bl- o after sal.) buck to Nobel's cut finger. Alfred execute bond immediately and a lieu i2Cc. npproved security their uso 02 roads leading to tho Noblo wm. a Swedish chemist and with be will rataincd on said laud as adcantonments a pacifist. One day whilo working ditional security. KKTUIIN OF TKOOPS In many instances tho lack of in the laboratory he cut his finger, Given under my hand this Decern good road connections with tho rail- us cliomlsU aro apt to do, he (Unsolv- her IS, 1917. To Get V. S. Soldiers Home After War OTTO C. MAtlTIK, roads and main highways maUeii ed somo guueotton in ether alcohol Sumo Job. Master Commissioner. transportation of food and auppliea and swabbed it on the wound. At 2r.t.1 L. iU. ltavrin. Attorney. Washington. Dec. 22. How aro a mattor of considerable difli.klty in weather. wo going to set our troops back had kerne when the war is ever la True patriotism carries with it not hostility lo other nations, but a That is a question that is already quickened sento of responsibility beginning lo cauro soroo people con- good-wi- ll or acts and not merely of cern. Whilo It may be premature to words. I stnnd for a nationalism of discuss such un event as the mean? duty, to oneself and to others; and, ' of getting our troops back to this therefore, for a nationalism which isj country when hostilities cease in Eu- a means to rope some people In authority believe Theodore Koosmclt. I that h a consideration that makes -- . Says 65 yew 0M Kcnluclty Lady, Who Tells How Slia Was Relieved eearly as Imperative that we have A nation Ib not worthy to be raved I vessels for the movement pa It, in tne nour 01 us ime, il win um plenty of t. After a Few Doses of far the outward transfer of perso- gather up all Its jewels of manhood nal and material. and life, and go dowa into the conIt Is pointed out that when that flict, kowever bloody and doubtful, " Meadorsvllle, ,Ky. Jlrs. Cynthia doses of time comes, there will be great n resolved on measureless ruin or comBevcuty years of successful use hsi of the plete sucerts. James A. GarilelU. Higglnbotham, of this town, cnys: "At tety at homo for the return a ittldicrs and an equal nmount of im- s. my age, wbich Is C5, tbo liver does mndo ThcdforJ'j Hnnnclcis. standard, household leinedy. Every patience on the part of tho mea Two necroes, not Inclined to ovcr-- ( not act bo well as when yourur. A few member, of every family, at times, of ship- work, wero ilttlng on a fenco and J years n&o, my stomach was all out of It will lake a great deal need the help that can ping to accomplish thls.wlthout de- discussing tbo advantages of bis- - ( fix. I was couatlpatcd, my liver lilvo In cleansing tho system and and amy. , lays that nro protracted.tedlous tho troubles that como from "It must slioro bo a licavon o' i Otdn't act. My digestion was bad, and inxntlous. Tho requirements, aro six there-torbliss!" tald ono. "Just think, two It took so little to upwst me. My ni constipation, Indigestion, lasy liver, tons of shipping per man, and, ship sources o" revenue!" It will require u 0,000-to- n pttlto wag Ron. I wag very won!:. .. etc. You cannot hcop wall uuIjus your 0' t3 get 1,000 men across tho wntcr. I decided I would gvo Blaclf- - stomach, Mvor and bawls are la cooi ships U we havo us many as 100 Braught a therotjeh trial oil I l:aow It working order. Keop thenx that way. displacement nnd 'a forco of of t I was blcbly rcoiumi'ndd .for this Try It acta prowutly, which i.ti .000 nion to tiring back, I felt gutly and In a natural way. if yon trouble. I began uk og'.it. v'gi t'l be n conorvutlva estimate if nnd Children. For Infants It would tu imr lustb another En Use For Over Year bttltcr aftr r. tew dok. My npixrtito fool tilus;Iih, tako a iTofo toulgU the improved nud I bocamg utranevr. Uy You will fdl frosb tonariw. Prlc ihi n out In lo cuuiultttu wn AUays V on the basis-u- f l iwtureily and Uu Icut 25e. r idUMt Oca ore! a doea bewm montk. hlp ,:. .rit. uf &&jfirffl&dlK trvuhlo Mtej ooa l trip pir wata 2. 2 rlsbted with n few All --'ryjets, euough t) Ms. .ar U U Joufi 1 Jd, ia Wbin the rakta vita arst Washington, Dec. 22, Operation of a system of regular communication between tho United States nnd Germany, Austria and European neutrals, was disclosed today by tbo announcement of customs officials that within tho last two weeks they lmvo found scores or letters containing inscriptions in invislblo Ink or codo phraRfs in tho clothing or personal effects of chips' erows bound to or from Scandinavian ports. Swedes nnd Norwegians woro most prominent in the trnfDa stud nbout onc-flft- h of the letters wcro o suspicious character. Booros of tho letters now are under being eerutiny, aad lavostigatJonv nsade prob&bly will result in arrests ol a naoiber of persons on charges of violatUis provisions of the trading with U10 eaomy net forbidding trane-Bilselof comtnunicatlon to or from , the eMBley except ia tha regular course ut tke uail er oadrr license by custom auAkeritiB ar the, war trade aa this point, however, hM conduct diverges from the ordinary, for Instead of nlandlnr, Idle, Impatiently waving bis linnd in the air to dry tbc film as most people, including chemists, nrc apt to do, he put his mind on it nnd it occurred to hlrn that this sticky stuff, slowly hardening to an clastic mass, might bo just the thing ha wns huntiiiK as an absorbent and of S,o instead of throwing nway the extra collodion Hint bo had made laynixed 11 with nitroglycerin and found that it set to a jelly. The "blasting gelatin" thus discovered proved to be so Inseneltivo to shock that it could be safely transported or fired from it cannon. This was tho first of the high explosives that havo been tho chief factor in the groat war. Now York nitro-glyceriu. KSSSltiuSZEZ&SMZ WWIWml i)&?tf?rfo ChiMwm Cry for Fletcher's cr wSsSssisSSi Just-as-rjo- Iffao Kind You Eave Ateava Boucht-- . and xvhtrh 1.00 iu uso ior over over 30 years, has borne the signnturo of ana nas Deen. made under Iim per- scnal supervision eJnce its infancy. i,n All Counterfeits, Imitations and " '' aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants aad Children Experience arjainst Experiment. Castoria harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its I)cen in constant use for the relief of Constipation"", Flatulency, Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. WhatEsCASTORIA is a For more than thirty vears " lilff You Need it Spring Laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills will remove the accumulated wastes of winter from your intcstlnos, tho burden of tho blood. Get that sluggish spring fever feeling out ot your syv tern, brighten your eye, clear your complexion. Get that vim and smap of good purified healthy blood. Dr. King'a New Life Pills are a laxative that aide aattrre's proAt all drugcess, try them gists, 2 Be. a siispeet tkat crews ef v cr80 It Sceusa. ktweaa ba Uaiteu "I nay, Pacifist, you tire leyal, non-grip-lt. age is its guarantee. it has , She Childrea'p PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. mmmu. CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of i J&f'CU6&rt In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought tHt OBNIAUn COMPANY, HI-- hem-rrrhag- es VOWK CITY. Children Cry CASTOR A F Starck Pianos in Advance Sntinf notion Guar No Money nniood LoweslNet Fa ol Priooti i-- Suait Terras Saving oi A h tsSsssaSwar lei $100 to P. A. STARCK "RESIOEN1 ?200FacFrom tory Direct s Wo will ship you a beautiful Star-l- ; I'lano tor 30 days' free trial, in your heme. Xo cash payment required. All we 8k li that you will play upon, uso' ami test this piano for 30 days. If, at tlio end of U.at time, you do not find it ffr highest grade, sweetest toned and nnost piano in every way, that you nave ever j seen for the money, you aro at pcrfee liberty lo send ifback, and wc will, in that itui.nl finv (lio frotrYi lmtli wnn. T V: Ktarrl: Pismn mn?t trniltn irnjul with VOU. I cr tliere is no sale. 30 DAYS1 E TRIAL U) YOUR OiaS-BOH- Save $(5008 cr Mcro Easy Paymento to-w- lt: rott ot your piano. Ve jriaantrc to (uniiih you a bcttrr piano for tlic irwney.ilian you can Kure cUiwLcrc. You ue oaoiici ol rrcciTii'C a futtafoctory ewrct tont:l du,Lle high erad: piuco, I Wo tl'Ip direct lo yon Irom our factory, price that une you upwards o f lSd.OO ir it he inanulactiirtr. These tcrma are arranenl to your coaixr.lcacc, and it H possible tsx 't you t liy a (ritno for your home, without , nimlnir the rnoney. , Tm pay no caih down, but niter 30 days or trial, ou can begin payment on the low cot, ruuet mew evir uicceiicu uy a piano t 1 2n4-HaBargains Errry BUrtk Piano tt ( (or 25 Wo have ooiuaanlly on haul fiuranlMd tirgt uumVr ot fcl'.fihtjy mat rut tao!: ot It our 33 years cf piano pianos ot alt and cxpcrieBce, and the tlandird makes tikca in ex cf an tlnnse fcr nnr Btarrt: Plants nd reeond-lianrrpu-t.iil- 0R.Vas.iCi39fanloa V art Ptartk the hmt and moat beautiful t'i'er Ritual ua tar ou win tie w trarlct. liirfed with the iruny rrri'vutllilc piano hove?. 50 Free Husfo Lessons every purcluwr of Stank l'iancn, wc eivo free music lesions, in one of the best known ciliools in Chicago. These Ursorji yoa ran take in your own borne, hy malL This represent! cue year's free instruction. T and V'.ayit Piapos. Tho tttlr-la- j ore a tew temple bargains s $110.00 02.00 Chickciing 90.03 Kimball 95.00 Starck 195.00 Send for our latest couplet; Wcbcr Steinway fiaturcn cf thcac tronderful instruroccts, and will U pleawd vrith the ery iuw prices at which liny can ce secured, Piano Book Free f Second-han- bargain Ust. Send tolai or our new Ijeautilully illustrated plana book which (rives you a large amount of informa. (ion regarding pianos. This biok will Interest and please you. Write today. V. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1318 Starck Dldfi., CHICAGO 5 You Can You Be Whatever I Eu-rnp- o? mm BIDHT ktl want To Be wmmimn w ha ami Black-Draugh- mo cuKfj niaclc-DrauBbt.- UlacU-Draua- theui-belve- Mack-Draug- You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if. you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men, of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are wuitlh for ihe prepared man or woman. School in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and recoive proper classification. e. I CASTOR A Klack-Draugli- OnsH "W-- Business 1 t. (Incorporated) III! Hi 1 ',- V-- r '", pr 30 bf yff St$i'J?" OWENSBORO; KY. ( 4 ''&'&- t.y WFP rw)MW1"- wimiwwtwjj Ui 1 mi.J'U'Jr'!S' SSSwill, 'If- - if: : w l. t, j i - ' , a- it - i A' fl i'V fi. lough xotkh. of thnlr Pnclnllst loaders pormlssto.i dlKUnt, perhaps, when (Ills mny o ,ym WM(0 0f wealth and llfo in tu go to Stockholm on another Intor- s, Tlio Holshc- Itonsh rtlvwr IjhIri No. 110, nntmlllnc." and the statesman of nit Soatalfctfo discussion. -r n -t. m' nnu vlkl aro reported to bo Incensed over 1' nt Its regular sesMon held the nations would do won to Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY pomo mean to stop it Imfore unher- thin deelsuvi. attd, In the opinion of Tuesday night elected tho 1 ' Mil anarchy steps Into (ho breach. The the Bolshevik leaders, foe Gorman ofHrer for the ensuing term: Ineormtrtiti'd W. S. TINfiLBT, Allies are Jlghtlwif for the freedom of crucial delegation shoe Id go to Stock - Bafnt";, C. 0.; A. M. Harnett, V, C; H. B. SMITH, ; Joan b. Wllwn, P.; A. I. Nail, M. of , mankind, and should hate the sup- - holm Imteud. Prusldetit - nort of every man who would oscnpe A Bolshevik manifesto to tilt Kui- - V; At. A. Foglu, K. of It. 8.; J. K. , dltor .'.livery at tho hands of the Hani, rUn workmen declares that the pre-- rinli.-- M. of F.; W. . Tmsley, m, or JOHN I1HNUV THOMAS vt dlnlon aty Bhonld bo added to thtf.parntlou of r.i'Htrrjr oanlptnent iU4t .; rt. T harne't, M.. of A.; T. H Udltitr 3 8. TTNSLKY, TT o' n. ins In an cfTott to end tho be stopped and thotr rtTieraiaa mutt BK I. G.: tr. 8. Csrsoji, o. 0. wml Iluninone JlaunRer. .curful rarnn!e. Tho object of the be demoted to the product Ion of peace I In- - mippltec. fI f Ilartfofd Lodge No. 87B,,K & A. ni1 war on the part of the Allloa Is to S 1JK , conforred the IB. A. decro at' a ml earn the future tranquility of the i ciiKTKivnmH. world, and the moment lhat la nccom-'tdlshc- d '11 aassfon laat Friday night. At tho I Air. Harvey 1). IMuinmer, of Camp r,IMttr election of officers yesterday the war should rnd. And t0 might not diplomacy lie now Invoked Taylor, spent a tow nays uiw weeit. afternoon, tiro following wero olect-wit- h Address nil communications his parontK. Wi aml appointed for tho imtuilug jrae Hartford Republican. to haston that rosullY r. Mr. ard Mrs. lloralo Hrflin. of 0 M. Cfowe, w. M.; Otto C. nimvillc. Ind.. aro visiting rolatlvei Martln, s. w.; II. 1C. Duke, J. W.; Within n fow months now tho susv..uauHS no ncE of Kentucky will he called liero- Batwrlbrrn ilwlrfiiK th i .THt tu n nw 3. 11. Patfoti, Treasurer; W. W. Riley, Mrr. Vernon Crowder, of Hor drM miiKt Rlre f iM Ut-- f In nmklDK h upon to nomlnnto, a candidate for secretary; Albert Rial, Tyler; V. (). parents. n,lntor s. d.; a B. Rrnnelt. J. I).: tho tlmo ls r.iunch. Is the guost or United States Bailn-KI.iwtiN iml Noth-lr linn nnil B nono too long Senator, nnd be looking Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Rowo.her In which to iH h KBi nrnplain; a. C. .L'orter, ikIiIUIuiiiiI Hwrtlun. tr Miss Graco Khoads camo homojg, s . W- - r, schnpmiro. J. 8.; W. K. 0!.!tunrlr. llwoliitlnn Hnil I'nnl of Tliink.Sc for tho most available candidate. .lust Hue. monov In mlrnnif now only three names aro being men- from Helrolt, Mich.. Saturday. KlUlli Hoan, of c,mtr0; .Ins. T. Ralph. frw, lint pthr tor jSJurch Sotlv Mr Leon Illshop Is spending tho Klimnco Committee, tioned for the place, A. T. Hcrt, Ud . 50 mt Hnr. idrertlxt Mr. hnliilays at homo. Moss. j nonytnum commiindntlon" will rwelfe no Jlorrow and McKlnzIo M.--. Curry Wallaco and family Hert, It Is believed by his Intimate ttentlon Keystone Chapter No. 110, ll. A. friends, is slncero in his declaration spent n fow days this week with their, M- - w, ,ulvnnCP clasg ,)f lhrcc l0 that ho does not want to hold any uncle. Mr. Alva Calloway. tll0 Marl jaglor-- degree at a special ...123 office within tho gift of the people. Cnriitorlarid ...,,. Ilux, Momiv niL'ht. Aidses Mattyoand Lottyc Kuyken-jcon.... CO S"arra.oro" Mr. Hcrt's services to bis party aro del' are the guests ol Mrs. J. L. sea-so- n, Invaluable, but bis interest is in par- Smith. Wo wero unable to got a list of of.DKCICMItKU 28 ty success rather than his own perjauiuY,., Miss Agnes Duncan spent tho hol- ficers elected by other fraternal orEd Morrow idays nl her homo In Rowling Green, ders of this place. Would very much sonal aggrandizement. appreciate, a report from officers of Tho high cost of whisky reduced might indeed have anything he would Ky. Mrs. Dona Hcunlng having resign- tho various lodges as to their doings tho usual high record of Christmas nsk of the Republicans of Kentucky, but bis best friends bellevo be Is ed her position as teacher at Wal-ton'- n from time to time. killings In Kentucky this year. otes Creek, Mr. Shelby Hoskott Is stronger by several thousand In carpeting tho earth with snow for Governor than for anyothcr otllcc, finishing tho term there. Demands Heimmil of IlurleM) Mrs Sudle Uennctt and daughter early Christmas morning tho weather and will Insist that he wait to get in Demands that President Wilsoin re- - J( man was Just in lho nick of time. to tho "political game until 1910. Marti d last Thursday to Herrin, III., move from olllce Postmaster General 1 Strong pressure from various parts where they will spend a few months Iturleson aro on their way to Washand of the State Is being brought to bear w'tb Mrr. Kate Pondloton. Join tho Red Cross ington under tho slgnnturo of tlu'l becomo in a small way at least a min- upon tho Great Commoner to get him Miss Graco Duncan, who has been Chicago Federation of Labor. istering angel to our boys in tho Into tho raco for Senator, but It is attending school here, has returned This action was taken because Mr trenches. hardly probablo that he will do ?q. to Iter homo at Rowling Green, Ky. Rurlrson recommended to Congress W II. Lake is taking his Christ- that unions of government employes JudKo Moss Is a man of real ability, Recent reports indicate the Bol- - nnrt not ,m , I)CQI1 identified at anv- - mas at Moorman this year. Cayimu (N. Y.) News. be forbidden. shevlkl is losing Its bold on the Kus- - t,mo W,U nny factIo,ml differences --a headless, WQU,d no (,oubt bo acce,,table to a sian people, and ngain tho KAST V1KW. xotici:. . revolution may go on. A very heavy snow is Dec. 25. very larg0 pcr cent of lho uepublleans !0f tho State. It is agreed that the falling at this place After October 1, 11IIT, I will be In Thanhs to the high price of whisky Republican candidate for Senator, Air. H. J. French transacted busi- the office of Dr. A. II. Riley from 1:00 this has been the most quiet and must bo a man who will be accepta- ness at Hartford Wcduesday. .. p. in. to l:()() p. in., mid in my oilier peacoful Christmas in the history of 4 Messrs. Roy King and Bob Am ble to the dry voters, and Judge Krug Store from :(! Ohio county. May the price go high- Moss's consistent record in this re brose, of Camp Taylor, spent a few ,011'r Williams ii. III., to 12:00 noon. er still. gard would give him added strength days Inst week in this vicinity with j DK. H. R. PI'NIHiKTON. iuf However, so far it is relatives. Tho prohibition orators claim the as a candidate. ' v may the best man Mr. A. T. French mado a business Uncle Josh Iloro's a letter fron credit for tho spread of dry territory anybody's race, and trip to Owcnsboro Monday. Nephew Harry, that's gone to f but It Is really duo to tho rough win. mr. ami .ura. liuiuhco iiuui ui rto) am fHya ,ol wmim twenty i j necks who get drunk and raiic slieol . j visiting relatives at Red Hill. WAR NKWS AT A GIIXCE. B family o' hfn 1QUI0 thcro-rods to the public's eternal disgust. , , 2V Smiley, of,, Air. and Airs. Willie Increased cannonading In the re- - Taffy, wero the guests of Air. and Airs, j nu w,fe XJt.n j am 8mi U)U . When ou spend a dollar some oth- St ,,10.g got pleaBant neighbors, nnyw.i or fellow has It, but when you waste gion of Verdun.cspecially around Don- Goldto Stewart Tuesday night. .ir. i. v.. unsc is uaiiKuruuei in -- that's something i a morsel of food it Is rorcver lost, amount, tne unaumo woou ami ino -- -and. remember, food will win this Caurieres wood, which a year ago of lumbago. , Messrs. Lawrence and Leslie Jew- ,P1... wiirn tho. theaters of some of tho fierc- . war. Begin saving n.i ua.n t,,.,. i uo win una vuiicii i,.i, i,,. I'.isliloti llrm. ... Within 12 hours after receiving mt nnoniiiir.rT In flin ivnr. iinllp.itos nil nnil. Hoilinrt Mitchell anil family - r.uv rwiircu uiuuura ivr n. - i ... . . milieuny Hubby!" news of tho Halifax disaster the so num- - apparently tho Intention of the Ger- - will leave immediately for Utah to Navy and 138 lurmer oltlcers who - j if German tpies aro half ' es, my lovo? woman's connnittco of tho Council of erous and activo as the newspapers mans to keep the French forces in make their future home. signed to enter civil life. Including "I see some peoplo out west gave a Nntlonal Dofenso had equipped a hang- - this sector well occupied, or might t 1 report why has not a wholesalo admiiu'is, iS commodorib, 22 re-ia coal of tar." Straw Wanted, n0f bteamer and started It to lb.-"ing been resorted to as a gentle warn- - even mean a renewed effort to break captulnn and coat of tarT" j Wo want a number of tons oT scene of tho disaster. guests? ing these unwelcome through at this vital point. ii-- t rye. Will n (. ' ira, .urn ik ab iriiuiuuii nuu Tho allies, however, are evidently l'lcd straw wheat, oat or Late reports on health conditions fcathcrG." , ,.. Pay market price, Bethlehem, tho holy city to which making ready for an untoward event IMIMI 4v.V.VJlVllll,.0 Ul IVU IIIVH IUI at Army camps and cantonmcutn show Ass'n., American tho Army December 13 numbered greattho star of tho east guided the lonely and have taken the initiative In tho epidemic of measles to bo S. L. KING, Algr. I'riK.f Of Ability. more than 14,300 tho largest nura-bto tho humblo manger one er directions. A British air In fcovcral camps ly decroasing. night more than nineteen r0B has successfully bombed the city accepted in ono day In the his"Ho made his money by luck." prewhere measles has extensively AIIttlKN ISUHNKD TO DKATH "Yes, but ho kept It and no man tory of tho country. hundred years ago, has been redeem- - 0f Alannhcim, tho great Rhino cornvailed the number of cases of pneuB.000 FKKT IN TDK AIR ed from Mohammedon rule by a merclal center and ono of tho most over keops It by luck." monia has decreased. . PLEASE READ THIS. Important bases for tho rcvlctualllng Christian army. Fort Worth, Tex., Dec. 24. Two of tho Germans on the western front. 0 Thero arc now approximately throughout tho counCantonments THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN For this one week at least The. Numerous fires wero started in U1I3 unidentified aviators were burned to speakers in tho "Four Minute try are being searched to secure all Hartford Republican enjoys the dl city, a ton of bombs being dropped. death 5,000 feet in tho air at Hicks Men," tho nation-wld- o organization colored men with technical training HAS RECEIVED THE BILL Or They fell to the earth tlnctlon of being tho only newspaper The-- British squadron had numerous Fold of volunteer speakers who assist tho now In service for the formation of LADING FOR ITS NEW LINOTYPK published in Ohio county. When you combats with German airplanes In with tho remnant of the alrplnne MACHINE. AND EXPECT ITS ARIt Is supposed the Govornmont in tho work of national un artillery regiment at Camp Meade, of wreckage. RIVAL AT ONCE.S THIS AIACHINK have read your Republican pass it ' this expedition and one of tho British by presenting tho messages Aid. defense .nlong to your Democratic nolghbor. machines was forced to make a land- - gasoline tank exploded. Tho bodies of vital national importance to motioCOST US $2,869.05. AND MUST BE wero burned beyond Identification. e ir. HIM I.IIJU IHtIW) PAID FOR AT ONCE. IF YOU OWE W.MIU.W.W XlJ ...111 n.l.v .nfiillni Ifir. Plirtalmnil ling n-picture audiences. theater is supposed to ho a Lieutenant A ten-hobill for domestic serv- US ON SUBSCRIPTION PLEASE ncwB. in Italy tho battlo is still raging One and tho other a cadet In tho Royal ant!! is now before tho California CONSIDER OUR EXTREAIE NEED on tho Plavo front. The Italians Legislature, while a bill has been In OF THE MONEY AND SEND US A Among the Kentucky newspapers they have recaptured, Flying Corps. that iQ ff r troduced In tho Oregon Legislature ' CHECK FOR IT AT ONCE. prohibition despite stubborn resistance, the po WE lined up for state-wid- e GENERAL making an eight-hou- r day for work- (MUST HAVE THE AlONEY TO PAY wo nolo in the front ranks Uncle Bill sitions thoy had lost tho previous day POSTMASTER INAUGURATES CENSORSHIP ing women. FOR THIS MACHINE AND WE Schooler's Somerset n tho Aslago plateau. Berlin re- rtX. MUST COLLECT IT FROM THOSr-- : as he delights to ports, however, tend to minimize the News. Uncle Bill, A censor'H label Dlscnrded civilian clothing of Na WHO OWE US. OBSERVE THE ln an ,. envelope - call himself, Is ono of lho most ve- .nil.ni.t. wv lav ctrnaa mi tltn rpmilpft -1 NOTICE! ., " ov.ii.uvii. rimf .. tional Army noldlers will bo shipped YELLOW SLIP ON YOUR PAPER. not ""l"? lu,u ,"i "ruu,r , i. "" counter-attacks against thq and attractive news writers' of Italian rsatile that to Belgium for relief of sufferers AND SEND IN THE AMOUNT YOU addressee I under susplc on. j. in Kentucky, and we aro always deI shall quit tin photograph examination is thought necessary tl'oic. oVE US .. lighted to find his paper on our ex- I1I11I Tl IlirilKL ILL 1UUIIVU t - i.iv. In Ohio county Dec. UOtli. If Government's InUncle. Germans report the capture of 0,000 In safeguarding the change table. If wo had more you want photographic work done Col terests. Bill Schoolers perched upon tho edi- Italians in engagements around authority of the take ndwintuKO of this Inst iippoi-tunl- ty Under tripods of Kenlnchy newspapers Del Rosso. intorial anil cotiii'. act censorship of Truo to their tactics, tho Austro- - ternational mall has been establlsh- wo would have reason to bo proud of lll lio promptly finish. All work the State's Journalism. Long may Germans will probably direct anoth 'dltTcrcntj011 by th0 l'03t,liastor Oenoral. Tho oil. at E. G. SCHROETER, he live to graco tho profession with er . and greater thrust ,. a Il,l,lft wont win 00 connuciuu m luin, ... -point, as woum uppea, captivating wit and wisdom. Photographer. his ...AND... tho Cann, Zono, ,orlo Rico, and oth ing of largo forces to the rranzota )m necoM region jw Just recently an examplo ot the Valley and tho mountainous B njitick. worthlossness of expert testimony In to the north Tho menace to venicc determining justice in the courts, has seems, however, to have been reinov. . .r l.nl.. , j been called to our attention, never - icu lor 1110 umo iiuihk. Notice is hereby giveu that the Tho Associated Press correspond- i.(.lri,iculll comnaiiy. by nl years ago a laborer employed by a ivnnllhv rnrnnratlon was hurt ill all out at Italian headquarters In North- - Uu onsClt r ,ts MocUholders, Is accident while working for the com- orn Italy reports most unusual cloh1 u ,ts ,lsi,icss, nnd any Aioro tbnn GO night clahsos have conditions In this war the-- 1 pany, and brought tho usual suit for f mv ft cIam aKU,Ilst sa,i r,.. been established to train radio and Expert witnesses went on ator. with llttlo snow and exceeding- damages. t,on ,,, ,iIcso present wime. buzzer operators for tho United States Army, with an enrollment of about 1. P. BARNARD, President tho stand and solemnly sworo that ' iy mini luuuiuiawuivo ,,., ,t, 3,000 111011. tim nlulntiff was permanently dU - which aro greatly aiding tho Austro . nblod, and would never again bo able Germans in their oporatlons, tho by his labor to contribute toward his shitting of troops and forwarding of SWEUES PLANTING .MINES "Llghtless nights" nro planned by FOR GERMANY EXECUTED tho Fuel Administration as an addiown support. Tho Jury believed tho, supplies. j Tho Bolshevik comraander-ln-chto- f, expert wltncssos, and gave tho plain- tional measure for saving coal. -Ga i.YancUco. Dec. 24. A Swed- .iff n verdict for tho heaviest damage Ensign Krylonko. reports tho trans y I for of a largo number ot Gorman ra s,i,li Baid to havo been sorvlng Tho number of mon now being oyor awarded in that court. tliat plaintiff, who profited so liber- troops to tho wostorn front and the cer,na.,y n planting mines off tho sorvod by American Red Cross canSouth African coast, has been captur- - teens In Franco Is more than 1G.0O0 ally by oxport testimony, Is serving southowostern Rustlan front. Semi all army. Civll war in Russia scoms to he ',,. a,. 8even niembors of tho crew ,'n a day. as a boldlor In Uncle Sam's The negotiations liotwoen (h(J (jerma pay, were executed, ac spreading. Let us pray God that tho best may tho Bnlshovlkl and tho contral ordlnv to W. Airey. head of a trad- - Gagollno production in tho United oarporatlot. of Cupe Town, here States lias inoroaseu ironi ju.uuu.uuu but with tho world "mad with ers apparently are not proceeding I Qw-wbIiAIVTFORD", HEWTUCHY who tsald the execution took IjUa 70,000.000 barrels a your since (ho lust for blood, no man may say smoothly. Time Rained by the. la the nc'otU.tiiis would menu u!ao Ave das bdfan Bis deprttt jl14. a yonr may brlns forth. It ii, utwe tne ininus o .iiHIfCape Town. a j only ottly safe'lo say that this awful strain t o muvH-r.iorP. S. - This offer is 4tt kinds of biKh i dmss Job print- uev mine w..t!u .t .ttli eausot g on for - ifo.1,1, ,. m kuinHH witiiM .... .... l ..v. vw si THS K'UUIV-JTry RRPUMi.iK Aii. to Innf t w Kruwfci sycee Btjruip.o oiigr. The nok ' " J. 1 ? N vran-tt- r. W4 Hartford K MM Can. . t -- ...... Mwn j .tt3ftWA4M 1915 7- ft r Sec.-Tre- A-r- jn f S f fTl I PATRONS i ! J j f. i Kr-iyw- to Im K ir Again (he season has come p j nn-nt- f when both custom and inclination prompt folks to remember old friends. In the spirit of the we send you greetings. Fully v, J ' y, ' I appreciative of the part your friendship and patronage has played in our progress, we thank We extend to you and yours you. our sincere well wishes for a prosperous and happy New Year. Yours very truly,. to-da- y. I i i 'I liCn I ilAi SOI f -- Company to-da- y. - ....x.. .. ,- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ?.PrMPfV $ r-- r : , ,, squad-Christm- as or 19,-00- . - U Semi-Week- ly ,.;... ?:." .."I.'. l.f,,.in ti,Jh bus-Incs- tradlng-with-tho-onc- . - The Louisville Daily Herald artford Republican BOTH ONE YEAR FOR .OO . TO-DA- i I ,,.., or $X.2 w"" ,' j ( To-da- Parties renewing and paying one year in advance will be given the same rates orders to the pow-4-om- o, 0 j at n.-.-- s o REPUBLICAN t for limited time w f , rw wirt7 Jggp i o & v ... i H "-- 9r.- ras k : XE5iix5aiS3SiHSSSSa3ffieffiSPS3!3 Iw E We THANK YO want to exjrwsojliejpeoplegf of Ohio County our sincerethan ks for their generous patronage during the year 1917. We have tried throughout thejrear to give the public the very best merchandise we could buy at prices that were as condi-tio- n low as possible under JJie existing throughout the land, which brought about the scarcity of merchandise; much goods we were not able to buy ) 4 fllBMiWH,Wthe M..4 with 10,000 In 1916. Production bushels compared with 900,-0in 191(1. Hay Total production In United price. States, 79.52S.000 tons compared with M.192,000 tons In 191(1. KenThe year 1918 is now upon us, and tucky, 1.18C, 000 tons compared with 1,416,000 in 1910. Acrcago in Kentucky decreased 10S,000 compared wants we promise to do our best to with 1.31 tons in 1910. Tobacco United States, l.MG.OOO of our trade. IJwl Von I'lcd It? acres compared with 1,415,000 tn If you found a Cameo pin between ' 191G. Yield, 827.1 lbs., compared ray residence on Clay btreet and tho wltll 81G ln We thank you again for your hearty projucttou 1,196,- offlcos or tno American 451,000 pounds, compared with 1,- Association, return it to. mo and re- - 150,622,000 In 191G. Kentucky. and wish you all a Happy ceivo sultablo reward. 4G4.600 acrc3 compared with 484,000 MISS BEATRICE HAYNES. n mCj y,eld pcr acrC( 900 pounds. and Prosperous New Year. ...,.w...mD.ww. corapaicd with 900 pounds In 191G. Writo Fordsviilo Planing Mill Co., : CROl" BnroilT FOB DKCIiMIJKB. Mrs. C. M. Barnctt and Miss MarProduction, 418,140 pounds, compar for their special prices on American Monday at ed with 43D,GOO,000 in 191C. All othFencing the best made. Also, Barb- garet DoWitt left hero Tho crop report iBsucd by Field er items wo omit from tcrnoou to visit tho soldier hoys at tho report, as ed Wire, Smooth Wlro and Nails. Camti Shelby. Miss. Mrs. Harnett's Agent, Lucas Mooro, December 19, not being of general interest to our Capt. A. J. and Lieut. E. as of December 1st, shows the fol- We havo our plant now in good two Eons, camp. Mrs. lowing resuu: -running shape, arc In a position to L. Barnott aro at that will return Wheat Total ahsenco of any fall Harnett and Miss DoWitt LEAQUK WILL furnish Meal and Mill Feeds of all fly and tborcforo no apprchpuslon of KI'WOBTH Sunday. KM'KKTAIN' SUNDAY NIGHT W. B. ELLIS & 1SUO., kinds. any injury from this courco next Hartford, Ky. 2Gt4 Mr. DodKO Taylor hns sold his spring, which is in striking contrast ' .Tuo Epworth League of tho M. E. with last year's conditions. Wheat Property near Adaburg. to Ira Mo Mr Cecil Felix, with the Southern au- 1.... n.1 l.n nnffilmcnil - fl TtTl 111 111' generally was sown in a dry seed bod nhurch, South, will givo an open -n 1n.nlrvl nl C.nttnrv. K. C... "' '"'" '"" K K IV and has a root growth In excees or cion on next Sunday evening at G.15 county on tho Hartford and came home Sundav to spond a few vless road, near Hewlett's top growth, which is all tho bettor Following is the programme vin.h iQwonstoro with tihi motlicr and family. will bo rendered: das store, where ho will move in tho next for the crop. Subject Planning for tho Faturjj. United States, acreage 42,200,000, few days. Vr Corporal James Bllllngi, recruit.i..i r ;cr. f MlAId, vljit-- d Miss Lolia Glean. rteo-inmar- . as compared with 40,531,000 in 191G; bis brother. Mr. Kills Fostsr. tho ing ofllccr stationed at Glasgow, Ky., Song. Mr. Harry May, who has been with Kentucky, 952,000 as compared with llrrit of Mm v;eek. was a visitor with tho family of Itov. Seripturo Beading, Mutt. 25,1-1- 3 11. lt. Co., located at Mem-nal- a. 850,000 In 191G; condition in U. S. DICCEMIIICK 28 I'llIDAY,, A. D. Litchfield tho first of tho week, tho I. C. Prayer. - Is 9.3 pcr cent of normal compared Tenu.. for soveral months,i Gocbel Crowo 1ms &ono to LouisWhat tho Year 1917 Has Meant with his with 85 per cent a year ago and 89.3 .hero Messrs. Park and- Gaylo Taylor, spending Christmas lu, U. Jl ST. L. It. R. 1'RIE TAIIIiR. iana here lu .M accept employment Mr. or tho ten year average. Kentucky, to Mo Dr. J. B. Tappan. S. S. May. with tho 1. C. It. It. Co., at Memphis, parents, Mr. and Mrs. JEllmltch 8:32 p. m. with an oil company. Ko. 113 duo at What Wo Havo Accomplished in shortly for Lin S3 per cent of normal compared with Tonn., were hero first of this week May will leave hero Vo. 110 duo at Ellniitch 7:30 a.m. 85 pcr cent a year ago and S9 per 1917 President. coln, Nebraka. County Attorney, A. D. Kirk visited with their mother, Mrs. W. M. Hud. 3 MO p.m. STo. 112 Lt. KUmltch What Wo Hopa to Accomplish l:i cent tho ten year average. 191S Bev. A. D. Litchfield. l.r. IrrinRton - 6:35 p.m. bin falhur and sister near Fordsviilo son. Ilyo, wo omit. Mary Bell Mad-do- x " John Coleman and C:B6 p.m. the lint of the week. Song. a Lv. Irvlngton Corn United States. 119,755,000 (Col.), of Taylor Mines, woro Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ligon, of Ar. Louiovlllo . 7:0 p.m. Tho Glory of tho New YearMary compared with 105.29G.000 iu ' B. Wilson in acres Hon. G. aro spending tho holidays married by Judge John . Lt. LouUvlllo ... 8:35 a.m. "Washington, B.D. Likens Is herea from Henderson, Ligon'8 1916. Production, 3,159,494,000 bu. Warren Collins. few with Mrs. C, to spend father and mother, his office Wednesday. With this cou- - compared with 2,566,927,000 in 191G. i Tho Master's PJan Dr. Plrtle.. Ar. Irvinton ...10:06 a. m. has married a hun family. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Plrtle, and fam- plo Judge Wilson 10:40 a.m. das with his Lv. Irvlugton Plan to Act Margaret Litchfield. compared dred, forty and four couples sinco he Kentucky, 4,012,000 acres ily. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Announcements. with 3,400,000 in 191G. It is estiIn olllco. has been Mr. Glenn Barnes will leave Satur- - I Benediction. U., H. & K. 11. K. TIME TAULK. mated that duo to early frosts and Mrs. TJed Turley, of Greenville, it day for San Antonio. Texas, whoro pcr cent South Bound, No. 11C parSmith, who recently poor maturity, at least 25 Mr. Buck rpondlng tho holidays with her 9:05 a. in. ho will spend tho winter. Duo at Hartford TIIK KXKMTTION BOARD. was damaged, much of which has litents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams, and bought a farm, from Banco Martin, North Bound, No. 114 Bough rlvor from tle, if any, feeding value. Tur-lo- y. lying just across Miss Loulso Phlpps will lcava soon her little son, Edward "Williams C.4TI p. m. Duo at Hartford Tho local exemption board Is as Production, 124,372,000 bushels Hartford, baB moved into tho Her for Bowling Green, where alio goes busy as a (Both "Mixed" TralnB.) property on Center street. Thoro is compared with 95,200,000 in 191G. 'pcrploxlng bcohlvo mailing out th03a to enter a business school. questionnaires to the Oats wo omit, because wo could not Miss Marguerite Bcnfrow, who no rcsldcnco building on tho propgive production as no .estimate was draft boys and tho lawyers aro qulto , Hazard, erty recently bought by Mr. Smith. Mr. Iva Nail returned Wednesday luih bron attending school at r as busy assisting in making out their glTen. from a holiday visit with Mr. Worth Ky., Is at homo with hor parents, Kentucky producod 140,000 bush - 'R?swcrs to tho long list of questions. t Personal Mr. Eppert Whlttakcr and Miss Bcnfrow, at Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Brown and family, at Livia. year against 150, - j Only a very few of thoso filling out Llzzlo It. Wells celebrated Christmas els of larloy this nusn- - uiuir impure iaij 10 sei oui grounds day by getting married. Tho young 000 in laiO, a loss 01 lu.uuu Mr. F. L. Felix returned yesterday and Social Euents. for exemptions. Tho stenographers els. Miss Until Litchfield, who is at- peoplo Hvo on route C, out of Hartfrom LouIrvIUo, whoro ho had been Potatoes, U. S., 4,348.000 acres cbargo the boys a trifling fee for filing tending school at UuBsellville, camo ford, and wero married at tho homo Aisltlng'relatlvcs for Bomo days. :ompaicd with 3.G32.000 in 191G. their papers, but make no charge for homo for a Christmas visit with her of tho brdo, tho Bov. Hondy Wcstcr-fiel- d Production, 452,923,000 bushcls.com-parc- d filing where tho dratted man tuakos officiating. Boo Eclc Klal for Kindling Wood. Graver Tilford, a soldier at Camp parents, Bev. and Mrs. A. D. Lltch- with 28C,437,000 in 1913. no cxoniptlon claims. So far the JTaylor, camo homo to spend Christ- - field Kentucky, 60,000 acres compared Etenographors havo. lost vory fow l Attorney C. E. Comonwealth's Judge Mack Cook was iu Owens- - mas wjth his family at Dundee foc3 by this rule. Tho last of the with 49,000 in 191G. Production Mrs. Harry Hoovor, of Central .Smith went to Loulsvlllo Wednesday boro Monday. questionnaires will not bo mailed out bushels, compared with I City, returned to hor homo yesterday, j to bo in attondanco at tho Common-oradMr, Henry Weiusholmer and wife, until about tho tfth of January, and . bushels in 191G. arrived hero Monday to after visiting her father and mother, wealth Attorneys Association which Col Mr. Otto C. Martin wan In Owens-hur- o of Tho "second crop" was greatly tho eovon days allowed for answering Mr. and'Mrs. B. U. Collins, for a fow couvoncd thoro yesterday for a two spend a few days witJi relatives will run tho activo work of the unuMonday. days session. Mr. Smith ia chairman damaged by dry weather and days. sually oarly frost, or tho ylold would boards up tn about tho middle or of tho Couimltteo on Trials. Prof. Claudo Shults, principal of , havo boon much larger, in Kentucky. January. Mr. Tom Kcown. of Fords Me, was Mr. and Mrs. Foster Ilcnnctt and tho Fordsviilo Graded School, was o Acreage, United Sweet Potatoes in town yesterday. Mrs. 11. W. Tinsloy and infant hero yesterday, filing his draft papers. llttlo son, Edmon Alan, spent Christ According to now regulations ln parents, child, Wendell, arrived hero early States, 904,000 as compared with mas with Mrs. Bennett's England, women's shoes must not Miss. 730,000 in 191G. Production, Mr. J. W. Keown. 01 Auauurg. w j Mp nnf, Mrg K M Woodward, of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, of Nar last Baturday from Oxford, busbols compared with 70,- - havo uppers of leather exceeding 7 on buslnehs. llkoly remain hero for somo They will hero Saturday j Loulsvlllo, aro tho proud parents of rows. inches, nor of any other material ex.... l.r.M.. tn n .. time, or at least until Prof. It. W. 955,000 ln 1916. ) BUII) UWII4 Ull Mm Mw. 111 1U lliu lfMli Kentucky, 12,000 acres compared ceeding S inches In height. Tlnsley, who is in tho Government's Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hudson, of Everything nrtw, neat and clean at sorvice, ia given a pormanent locu Mr, G. G. Wedding, ot Falrmount, .Portsmouth, Ohio, arrived; hero Maplu & Chlnn's Restaurant. Va., spent tho holidays hero with urday to spend tho holidays with Mr. Hon. Mr. Frauk Foreman, of Narrow, ng father and family, Judgo It It. Hudson's mother, Mrs. Emma Jluu, Tho following men to whom quesron and family. was a visitor at this olllco weunos-- AVod,Ung( tionnaires wero mailed havo beon day. Miescs Lourino Collins and lloulah reported by tho postmaster at tho ad- Mr. W. O. Barnes, of Prentlss.wlll ..... .t... i.1n n 1(1) tl leavo Saturday for San Antonio, Tex., Palmor will go to Bowling Green idresso'a olllco as moved away or un- J next week, whero they will tako a known: S. W. Stewart, Hartford, ho will engage In government incss trln to Owensboro last businoss courso In tho Bowling Green gorlal No. 1700; Goorgo F. Condor, .service. day. Phllpot Bouto 4, serial No. 396, and Business College lKno3 Dennis, Hartford, It. 1, Bcrlul Taylor and Misses Har- -' family Mr. Park We ri- prepan d to make Writo for our snerial Mr, J. 1. Casoblor and Messrs. John Webb and Harlan No. 5C3. SMOOTH FENCING tractive uric on KARIJliD bpont, tho holidays with friend at riot Flonnr and Mnurlno Martin, wont i.r.A ue we will unsvfwt' by to Cromwell holidaying tho first of Tlchonor, together with their fa.ml WIKE unit NAILS, WriUs uw Livia. MUs Boisie Gillosplo.tralnod nurse, for llos, of noar town, loft tho wenk. lottirn mail. ChampalKii, III., whoro thoy go to who is taking a 3 years courso In tho wont Ulrqjilt OUrk Alw INrl Jewish Hospital at Lauuvrllle, was homos. Owing grtly luarasd omt ot ' dun to HctilM ttMlny to ne bta oth iltimt. te.,to tin to various sorts 'of make thulr future jopoRUwl on for aBpaadiclUs tho IStli. ,w- wa. i ill. way Uxea. vtll dlaouilUB our . Mr. Ooear Patty, who Is au em- - Her flUJfcorViuid atetsr aud brotiior.Mr. siaKB (INCORPORATBDV rtunieil afttr piny of W Standard Oil Company and W,. h U. ,HHcook; mfixnA " TMdy nlfkt' . Aki Hut M u.ma k.ttt til fur Fwu. f - ttkxubl.v &Sm Jr.- IrVilItSkWHSVHM ,jMyarir lit. KV, A hU ltaS7ftndny at'll : 1uy ago to tn kolM7 " opwMiw atHgbt, wd ' dilng alsft-- j IS . ja. AAA AA AA.JkA.A..AA ly rtl M lotettVM at Narrow. ieMI to 0 uut at any tilUhe Mr. J H Matthews, lDf.it mannger Coriorit James Glenn will lcava flnturday for Mm Hattleil.urg Canto.i- - for (he Ui..lcrU;ul Telephone Com- mnt, whoro ho Is under assignment paoy, rrtr.rncd Wednesday from n for duty. brief vl-- ll with ahi family t Itlch- mouil, K. ' .. IKm't frnipt the Srlirnotor Studio will dote on or lioforo December 20. M(. a(1 MrB K jj, JUmblcy, of Tko mlviinltiKu of your first rliitnae jCaver UlDI My ttr, Reeled tula HOHIlOKTKIt. hh1 romo. 0Tmig lo sya, a the b.iWya w,ai' tlmlr daughter, Un. A. Q. liuralao. Mr. and Mm. W. U. Frost, ot Ok- - Tb Mtyl.eld McMtitr, il Mrs. . ., pnnboro, vrcro guesta ot Dr. Id and family, tint half thtJ in hub w6tlt ohrWiow gueflu at hi Iiobmi in thn , o, , Iufwiirfo annalt TIihth fruro J.wt m ... r.-OtWHV, ir.. w ilil. JhWMI iKIUI and uiy who, my ou Juum ...m urn rivrd home Sunday to upend a fow wife, wo four nod no raoro. wIMi 1Mb parents, Dr. and Mrs. day J. W. Taylor. Wrllo to Fnrdsvlllo Planing Mill on Mrs. A. Uobortson roturned to hor Company for their lowoat pikes Ilctlin, Wednesday, after a anything that you may need In Lum home at k. vIhII with hor daughter, Mm. Aloe ber, Sash, Doors, Columns, or They will mall you their Porter, here. prices by return closo delivered upending a fow days with mail. After his homo folks here, Lieutenant Lum Messrs. Hoyt Taylor and Fred May. S. Iglehoart returned to Camp Taywho havu positions with the Southlor Wednesday. ern Hallway Co., with headquarters Lloiitcnnnt Gllmoro Kcown will at Toccoa, (3a. , spent the flrbt of this arrive homo from Camp Taylor, Sat- - week here with friends and relaimlay to visit his parents, Mr. and tives. Mrs. S. O. Kcown. Maplo & Chinn, tho restaurant Mr. Shelby Stevens has gono to men, keep candles, cigars and tobacBaton Ilougc, La., whoro ho has ac- co, as well as toothsome things to cepted a position as clerk of the lo- satisfy that appotlto of yours. Give cal exemption hoard. them ono trial and you are certain to go back again. Mrs. Thomas Fulkcrson and little son, Cecil, of Williams Mines, wcro Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock, of Christmas visitors with Superintend- Bowling Green, who spent with ent Shults and family. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Gillespie, havo returned homo and Miss Nancy Ford, who has a posihomo by their woro accompanied tion at GreonvtUo, visited her par-rnt- s. sister, Miss Annctta Gillespie. Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Ford, from Sunday until Thursday. Miss Mattye" Duke and brother, Edward Duke, the former teaching Miss Elizabeth Davidson, a student and tho latter a rodman Tor tho Pond In K. S. U-- , camo homo Sunday to Coal Co., at Stone, Ky., arrivsppnd the holidays with her parents, Creek ed in town Sunday for a visit to their Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson. paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duke. " ' , OOi'0'''J'j. ! HARTFORD COLLEGE I The Only "A" Class High School In Ohio County Will Begin Its Mid- Winter Term January 7th, 1.917 New classes will be organized to accommodate Hirjli School Pupils entering at tlidt thutt. The Normal eparlment will begin its work then, and a strong class will prepare for teachers' examinations. t , , Mill-wor- Enter at that time. Be one of many who will begin work in one of these nients. g For catalogs address or further information J J. F. BRUNER. President, or J HENRY LEACH. Vice-Preside- nt. as We have a largo stock of Iron and Oak Beds, Springs, Matresscs, Dining Chairs, Bockors, Dining Tables, Dressers, Kitchen Cabinets, Safes and When in need ot anyDavcnctts. thing in this lino don't fall to call and get our prices beforo buying. Can save you money. ACTON BROS.. 23t2 Hartford, Ky. 00 mc JS&2 .-.- j.- A-- mBmm$Mmmmmamgwm&' !'""- Hartford I I - Ill ... I J i ii i Nar-iow- k. ! o, 1 American Woyen (0 Ship fire Fencing Kigiit The Best Made rnces We Have It Ready . nria. to-d- FordsJlle Planing Mill Co. anaaer W. prforao m ta4 1 -. , ,m,-- f P I J rendered ot its November term, 1917. In rha Abort styled action for tho purposo of a auto end division ot & ft i li if y IC ' M J t -- the proceeds nmoni; tlio Joint owners of tho land ordered ooltl horoln, and the payment ot tho costs ot thlo Nanata TVchenor, Defenda-nt- . Attorney Law Pareuant to a Judgment and order action together with the costs of tit Ih come Maturity ami feed condition Urged to Increase I'ork of wile directed to ntu by Hie ubovu ealc, I will offer for vain nt public 1'roduoorfl HAIITKOUD, KY. Tho styled court, nt In Notembor, 1017, outcry tn the highest nnd best bid- '" for P,0,t consideration. Production. In lata Will pructlctt hln support, iruiln hnueo tho w ,), ii.a inUn.!. have been cs- - corn should itate ft uriBiu ucaiiny term, fur nnd purpose of ot tho defend- - 'der, ot the court Monday,door, in on and adJoluhiK ocjntKfl. Conunorclnl J.utuarv . . nrnninr--u of molslurn and tcnanre ,1 education t. ....inr i,w ,...- ..., .., .,,, ,, Hartford. Ky i.ni , trnmo V s OW ID EM lull liiunuaiiiim ,i, -n,.in 'n...... ri. tniu i, and Criminal Prncilc' ti Spelaltr, U((j nboyo tlyleA ar,oni t wjU offer Court day, ut about tho hour of ono ins of the Gravity of tho situation well Mica crams. no mouldy There thould ho outcry, to Iho JiIkIi-- I o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six placed us .ilo at public which this dreadful war has no dark dlscoloicd surras, no blis-.p- st and licut bidder on a credit of plxiiiud twelve months, tho following dis- i ' Tn u.ntiv of us tho war has thus tors,-- no cob rot or disease of any .and twelvo month, at tho court houre verified property, ll , ,,nf0,i m littln more than f "Ono curtain lot consisting door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mori newspaper Ftoica of battles in foreign sort. In a city where ficod IicltU ncro in tho vllhiRo dny, January 7th, 10 IS, It bolnr; the about one-hatounJ, tin Uttii Uic Very small, undersized curs nre rcirular county court tday, nt about of White Itun, Ohio county, Ktn- mildly, the countries, but to put it JUl. Ky. Is gravo and it behooves tin discounted, but on the othor hand It thu hour of one o'clock p. m., tho foi- - lucky, uiul nlso a cnrtnln tract of laud It fitit la the lieirt) ot it situation It in Ohio county, Kentucky, on tho couotrjTjun, every possiblo Is not tho bluest ears that win tho lowing do3crlhcd property, to aid our armies In A tract ot Innd situated lu Ohio ' uulerrt of Cancy Creek, containing Highway way to end tho war as quickly as pos- - prlr.es. county, Kentucky, nnd hounded as'l'i;:'. acres, nioro or lesfl, and liolni; SI?.o alone is not worth very much now threat- Design. flblo. Our armies aro followa: the Innd conveyed by T. ('. Sliankn go otli- o HcKininK at a atono in tho center of to Itutac Moutou, deceased, deed ened with a shorUGo of pork which tialoa alonff with size thcro Usually, prc- 4 fill, Ohio Hartford and Point Pleasant corded in Hood "T", would Beriously bnndlcap their cf- - cr dcslrabfo Qualities. Riven tn cylindrical cars road; thonce S. S VV. G4 rods and 4 j County Court Clerk's onicc, nnd con-linferenco is foctlvcncse. to a stone, 3 links ot n post oak, jveyptl to tho snld Shanks by II. II. be It in imperatlTO that wo do to the In a corn fIiow. and thcro should the Nettle Dennett's corner. In .1 15. .Wilson, deed recorded In Hook "K". proportion cystine between llojd'a lino; llicnco with his line S. p.B .ino, Ohio County Court Clerk's limit of our ability, everything that a nice Tho ur country nskfl of us. If we aro length and rircmforcnce of tho car. SS B. 70 rods to n slono nnd white ofilco. H23 conveyance to Sltaoku Tlie Tclutsn i t rncil. X' ncrcs, 100 acres of which well oak. Ula corner, on tho Crntcrtown for rliisivt, M.A left' . 'II 'Vii-len- l called to fiKht, wo will be patriots In other vords, ears should bo luutimi .n I. ir.tj'.mnia being; and Ucda road; thcuru with paid road hu conveyed to The. Wilson and Othor things Avrnuc, Iti an.I 1! i 'r ts. and will respond; If wo are called to pioportloncd. N. 3 K. S'( rod (o a atone, 20 links deeded to first party by Comuiliiiloii-c- r 13KAYKK DABt, Klf .tjAl'Jir-Irl- l irutti it n .it 1r i.l equal, cars that aro well filled over North of a beech; thenee still with A feed our soldiers and oar allies, we of the Ohio Circuit Court, uilf.tit, loutut foi t aro profcrreU to those that said road 6. 87 B. CS rods to a stone; lien is hoby retained on tbls land to pink-- , lunvtiiliOMj. cbrcrlj jiut I the tips wm fac cnually nalrlotle. Office Jmum Trgrlur'a livery Barm. t.aU(gei. . I 10'rodrinnd IS HiiUh Fccuro the firyl party lu the (Itle of I1.1 nr.iT .nr munlrr Is askins aro bare lipped. The shonka ot ears thencfl N. the 'f Iw I'ftnl-itaatlrr. to a stono in the ranter of tho Hart- raid 100 uorw antt nnulnst an.y small, ! (Hlluir prrpl and cO'Kation. farmers to incroaw the supply of should not tm too largo or tao ford and Point Pleasant road; thenee whatever." Its pi!iniry to Statr, War nnd prek as that is ono of. tho main necas - but medlHm slsaS. Kivv Ucrtlornl, j1' to tinny A lion will be rstalnt.il ( secure with fa.Id road N. 70 VT It rods aud ulr.n c! tLintic.il iotemt. A crcal acal rf eaiplmals b laid U lir.'us thenee $. 474 W. 44 rode; the Interert of the infant defendant', tlVst of our arales aad thowe of our rctiilly iiufcci thu hotel .!. mtin( saaip'.as of IL -- - AT 4A 1tr. Of i.vua iL..... , Anthony I Madea ftd Dew4V It art cm tw Hr(J3. Via faa uu rflarmlnB short- - j on the Unlfaraaitr uicucii ii. w dtitriirniutiuE public. 5 14 rod; Mlenen N'. 79 W aad the p0raitMr will retaia Atitie W. nra nt Kork aid fats, tiast year our . ecrn la a caw ahow. Tb rmvJ.tin rlfcti rsonn bcslanlas. cnutoinins ahare of tae pureuase agentf atW H with .Uuclvri far .11 rods bttti at tl.SD. cxor ot nark were tare tims aa In aeleatlr teJ eT t cfm one 34 aere to the ar wore aee tlr!r( Tis belns t thoy arrive ! fryatfeoaw at uail eaort.. ir Tnaoc-MAnn- n r .u.., t SZ.tl am fi Kpumc wits aUy. n JShoiiW Caea i fv4fcipart of lite same lanti conveyed arcaT as aoraal. afcis Urea asport caardiaa axecucas ia Uw mm i.a tt wi.n PATCNTaJV bit CCSt. 74.00 aJ i. 4 type. CTv ahauIS ia af tae uinie Cntntar Uy J. A. St. Clair and hit VH AT PAV. The puraharar will .ruv, m, rvM vctj(ujt la btslac asd upas ada Wtilt ft t'Ojtlft wl'li nii, WM (W tlt.M4 lrt)t)ni(.tiu(itnt rKCC nrHW Ircamfweace. of the wife V dees' dated October 25. 19 12, caeouto boaU wlCa upproXM 'Swaurl-- l tOW. .tr t&rtek any rtot Increase ia production, leneth CUI'FOSO It LVT". tmdM. M .V. rutMHv. a iM' inuNim. BUrV. R ot ealor aa tay ihaUW and recorded ia Ohio County Clerk's ty Immediately aTtitr ealn aari tln J ;eama shade knn cur aupatr is raxy taw. PABstMa itircrirnccs. t r mu j. u white cra office la aB book 44, page 42. Coal will be retains aa addltientl jrur-- j m hk n I'nllwu rituib, t:i c rr Tba gist af Qio TfUala matter f3not be mlied. ftst iy. aad mineral reserved. 1B03-B- O Oovonth Olven under mj fcanel (his the Itlh The jturchaaer will be required to 1 this: Every Atncrioaji farmer is urc-e- d should hare a yaUow craia sad yelliLiicLu.1.. S VA9HIWCTO tslj. D. execute bond immediately after rale. day of December, 1917. to raise moro piss next sprlne. low corn aa white grains. OTTO C. JrlAIlTlN'. Anothor tadicaltan at atLteti fcrefil-in- g Said bond to be approved by the To do this he muat breed every bow and a Ilea will be retained Join Manter Commi.uloner is la Ue ccrla-- r at the cvbs. TThlts aa anN gilt that la by aay means fit. llarncs & Smith, Attorneys. additional aecuriiy. corn should aito whito csks, watt yeliVinsiderinc the crave situation It is Given under my hand this the lSlh THE day of Da t ember, 1617. almost treasonable to fatten nnd sell low cora red eabs. SEWING OTTO C. MARTIN, "hc earn ot atrm in aa czaiblt litjgcb and gilts that might raise MACMUNK SStr. Muster Commissioner. ters of pigs. Wo aro n3ked to save should loak wi nearly allka aa tea o o OF w Jo'eu U. Wilson, Attornoy. WILL YOU quick- eggs, if it Is posviblo to hava them all such and to breed them U3 o COUIIT IUKKCTOIir. o QUALITY. TAKE ly as possible If they cannot be that way. o o SA1.K. IIA8VP.ll C()ilMIS.SIOM-;iVtared to farrow ia March or April, Association. 459 thoy should still bo brod any time In Ohio Circuit Court. NOT assoCIKCUIT COUItT, That cooporaUve Parlln and Orendorff Plow Co., Pl'ff January as that will insure pigs SOLD Notice of sale V. A Tradm! Juno first, which is fairly good. ciations aro enccessful ia this counUNDER Pa .Iiitlso R. W Slack, Owenshoro. "VT. .Mojoley, el !., Deft?. 73 for WEAIC ANY This is not an unreasonable re- - try ia ehowa by the fact ths siaee J. Hy virtue of a judgment and order Cum'th. Attorney C. K. Smith, llart- OTHER qucjt as eood prices have been assur- - 190C, when Che first aeaociatioa wao of r4e of th Ohio Circuit Court in ' ford. LUHGS or NAME. organlted U EicilttB, uio the above slyletl action nt its No- Cleik A. C. Porter. Hartford. e4 by tho Gororument. associa- - vember, 1017. term, for the purpoe If we will all do our best, we can has inerartBali etendllr to CONSUMPTION' M"s,cr Ci.mxiiL-wtoiicOtto C. Mar- WARRANTED FOR it ALL TIME. I States. On July 1, 1D17. of payin? the Judsmcnt of the plain briag the ra.r to as end In Kuroue tlons In tin, Hartford tiff aeainst the defendants nmountlns If yon purr haw the NKtV UOM K ymt wilt if wo fail, tho lighting may scon he there were 11,720 herd3. with a total to $71.19, with interest thereon at Trustee Jury l'unil -- Cal P. Keown. hiTf n llfc wnlal ltf rrlro jou my,iiu(l will A iulck trlirl lor that tifrJ. ttmJowa inKes, of 211, CCS cows being tested regu- the rate of G per cent per annum from on American soil. iiartfnn! Iinnot net lmvr an end Irm rhiiln of rrjulrz. !. j Icotitbi, paint in chfll. nlht ir U1J1II ....i.i lar; in thefe associations. Tho to- .. .UiU UU.. Ul JflU. AkU, ...tit IFrtlU, . . .. IUU Let us all do our patriotic duty. milItluast ur coaumptioa. It It 0 lsl "lontla " n March 12 days zrs: . Kl kelp yea coal yen aouiac tal nurabor af milch cows in th nml tor Hin fnrUiir nurtinsn of navinir mm i"- ana Quality hj3 a,ction nnd the costs ,8t United Stutcs nt thr. timo was 83.-1- " OHIO MEDICAL CO. ICcatucky To He Called Upon I'cr May 12 sale at 1st .Jof this ?ale, I will offer forand best jst Monday in In July darn Civil. 372.S00, of which tMil per crnt were paWje 0tcry ,Q Uu hislH-BCorukJcrci Si-.- -d Ccrn. Monday 12 tlars bidder at the Court House door in many numbered U tRvo organiMtlono. Tho seed corn situr.lion In it die Com'th. and Civil. arrociatlon (Hartford, Ky., on Monday, January' 3d Monday In September 12 days parts of tho U. P. Is very ncrious this' The first 18. " hein regular County, Cheapest wns oivnnlzed in Newaygo county.'?;". year. In the northwest frost came Cill. ai upon .. '006 is stilt in ,,'clock, iu?. m., uiiuui uim- Hum ofui uuu in tbccarj scarcely s. Held of corn had ma- i.nt;U.adu. p. Monday In November 12 days credit anil row iiai. ao ueraf, wuu ,noathH tno f0n0wing described prop- tured. This section is thus Com'th. and Civil. to buy. new corn Dutiable for Ecod, ami tin a total of ."04 cows. The following jcrty, i COUNTY COURT. or- - i "A certain lot or parcel of land ly- write for It yon wuntaFovlnrtit-trJitni- , supply of old corn has been pru't7 yur tb'ct ccw PSHOciationB were ' county, ivcmuunj. near Meets first Monday in each month. oarlntcst nttnloRiia fjefurn jrna inirvluu.0. ' thoroughly clowned up Evr. ;.j eanized in that Stato. In 190S three '" town of Reaver Dam, containing the Jitilxc John R. Wilson. .t The new Hciw Sctrhz Hara Co.. Oct.Kxs. o In Maine and exo lu ono acre more o. .ubj, and being part , some of tho boat corn roiling taie County .ttv. A. D. Kirk. New York. Tho rest year five oth- of tho sumo land conveyed to J. V". such as northern Illinois, nortben Clerk W. C. Rlanktnhhlp. Moaeley on the 2nd day of July, 1904, 1 r ' t'xT " t i TjmT i x J Indiana, aud northern Ohio, corn rra-tur- er States entered the list. Sheriff S. O. Keown. Wl .consin now leads la the num- by L. S. Smith, as shown by record very imperfectly duo to ihr Superintendent Ouna Shultu. opera- in the olflcu of tho Ohio County Court cold, cloudy summer, aud In many ber of associations;, Rl belnB in Clerk, in deed book 39, page 110. Jailer W. V. MltlkltT. in that 8tntc. Other lcadius and bcins tho same lot recorded in tion . vilv w a r cases frost came before It was Assussot" C. C. Hines. States aro Vormont with 47, New doc-- from J. W. Moselcy and wire ViHrvH matured. A a matter of fact, Sanrejof C. S. Moxley. to H. C. Cummins. This mortgage ia tX5f tnt farmers la thoio sections say York with t:, Iowa and Ohio with subject to mortgage of It. Ij. Alford." Coroner Hr. A. R. Riley. with 2G, nnd 30 each, Minnesota that thci'P is very littJo coin suitable The purchftfor will be rcQtiircd to FISCAL COURT. vo -- a. iiun execute bond immediately after snle for feed, anfl Si suae Ihing is tiuc fcnnsy.vaa Meets Tuesday after first Monday , J'ear endcinc June 5, 1917. S5 new which bond shall be approved by tho ere as in tke netthwect in rcEa.fi to Commlsnioner and a Hen will bo re- in January, April aud October, 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS tho cxhnustatiMt of old stocks of corn. crKanitntio.'na troro established. I -j tained as additional security. tht Magisterial District Ed Shown, fEKP Informed of the World's Prrrres Hi " Ih Tcsog and KniiEss and other parts Ijisinccriai;, Mechanics and Invention. Foi Given under my hand this the ISth Hartford, Route 7. FatherandSnpnd All tho Ii aranli llaol yiay of December, IS 17. Kotationa Kcduce .. 47 tno ."outhwest, very coycre drouth tailahtr.. aa. vl.l n aa..an...- 1M MasLsU'rial Winson District aivnain tTuoicu OTTO C. MART IK, oot rot In cotton tremely 8hort. and! Jrorjiw Uirvrnghout tLn tttiM. Oar J'un-ItSmith, Select. WX tho cro Master Commissioner 25t:'. rrrtiiutiuauaroooTittaDl)r.n tlicwawh duced by roLiUon of cropa very little of it Is suitable for seed. Sot tMflw n uad l.tor(Ub2 avo4 it 3d Magisterial District W. S. Dean, C. M. Crowe, Atorncy. --- "- -' Vvritton So You Cnn Undorstaml It Dundco, It ia very necessary that those AUIUIU oi iuc S. W. parts of tho U. S. where t,o, ic Antonio, 'rvx A puoiicattonAgricul iwurm iiiniaiorctiaopiiotKnnur.VT nnjtfioriut If you wish to wake a sale try a tth MftKUtbrKit District llurau. iimnnil laiinta tn Department of I GUARANTr.ni) HKRVICI3 B AnuitaMir....do . LMnr (17. - "--. tho fur flu Itnit) jml fWactvarJcft i Leach, Reaver Dam, Routo 3. identy ot seed corn, aa In Kentucky, United Stair . . I (!. .;.: Ono hundred per cent 4tlTlWUOIIKtUlinaKflBin01QIPItOWttltnikVar experiments at this REPUBLICAN AD. ture describing iiO'l Tclvsrft-lOntftU. Kactnoat, IIomU, titum Ful- lru B hlinuld make strenuoni efforts to save -- 04nth Magisterial District S. L. value. Special work tor W. I iitXA I(wtkr. Ktwl Kurnlture. etc. IYnUin In in 19 10 indieat03 clearly tho . ..1....1-1 nructiootorUittMiKuaailr,OanprrDitr1i4irUii.aiu. "i'f-iuuii ii.Bl jn 1 O. W. l.iiuy ui 4l.nl. t....l i.u..i fr otinnlv.. llrlll . .,,. - , ,,, ... Bf ,eTiiij riniiui!8inxMlf .II (Itlt kerson, Rockport. SIMCLC COPIES, IS1 f l.SO PER YEAR S 7. avartxl rra U Mitslstrrl.il District. R. C. Tich- mmmm l ine those parte ot the country where 7 uu.." '""""I una rm your copy will Wt tout n tKju-- t iMaWUkar W. F. STEVENS, Icmpla '" B onor, Contcrtown. 0J,)() circuit Court. is a distract scarcity of corn ialt there MECHANICSCHICAGO Hartford. Ky. ! POPULAR MkJ44rJn It. F. D. 7. MAtikZlNC No. Atonu, R. F. Rice, C. W. Arnold, et al., PlaintllTp, District 7th bultablo for eecd. Tho varieties of ton. l Representing Continental I On a plat that had been cropped Vs. Notice of uale KKtr&MznamzimNttzw'mm Kordsville. corn raised in Kentucky aro suitable I Marble & Granite Co. Q cotton for eight years, Garfield Mnden, ct al., Defendants. Kth MitKislerlul District. Ben. W. for Kansas and other western StatQ3 continuously to 1 E By virtue of a judgment and older had died rnrwiiMiiitBjiai ii hi hi n .AW. Taylor, Hnrtford, Routo 7 where tho drouth cut tho crop eo 9G.2 per ceat ef the plants vA.atFjAl4i of ealo of the Ohio Circuit Court 111 I.11..T" VflWnMla ilf from root rat by October 25, while finrt t ultnrt rotation of a three-yea- r ' P corn' nrown In northern Kentucky 1 -d coUoT, an bo uiiaa almost auy place In per cent et tae pltntu died from root bcjt ,.0 "It is a patriotic duty for every ' l- - "u,,u presort, farmer who has corn suitable for continued and while the and its control j cod to eavc . Kenorou8 hupply of knowlodCo of root rot r --r taWl fijSetnsn "ol oa'Ueu aoaoiuto. .. ..:-fthis, not only for lib own uto, but uw&w o i ho far lecommcnda rotation " his fellow farmer la other states. xan .v..No rair.r l vat. ' early preparation of land and Sa-wkJtjtu'rtJ Handle this coin in tho best powl-jwoP- " fl 1 oLs&to frr.l bo.titt i'raj ., an effective ojuof control, bio manner; dry it out thoroughly, AfiU ALL T.'!0AT'i"r :.tr:af1QUL,.!.. 5 and protect it from tho uttneks of iiiitiFAiyi t v ?vrAij .t 'vr.iT. -. d the eull aoUtoos. to hogs, mlco and rats. It has been said timo I fi oit itonisx iani,A.Vr:i 3aRK513ll-- J and again that tho United States will Cook tha yeUteea thorouchly and wyawiBiru,r,TCirTrT.tr:3Cin,ir"sJ AND THK M1WUMIIS WKKKLY w&srt'i't&sgS'its aZUlif ftWilt. rwjfiKMSBBiiI win thin war tecnuso ot its great mix with cma uteal. aborts, or brua. tHtrCW, u.,'. .. 4iT .7j. B( rupply of food. Last year tho farm- - jSklra milk i a rood uddltioa. laz5KSWl Commercial-Appe- al yoawntto tjprl n eru responded nobly tn the govern-ment'ITIn Ufa l on tntut Lticw J.1 Paatrj akelvee akeuld ba waahed rcquctt lor lurs'i crops, und wtiat ii uew tn biiiincui nd Ia4a BOTH ONE YEAR FOR clean and then dried. The undue ate produced tb largest corn crop in Oct ontef lberut(tonthalrlo(ltD, Rrt au aiola-tur- e tho hlntory of the eotintry, although of water should be avoided, eacoaruete aaoldiae. haudicuppeU very severely by climatpnoctjn;nArioprrcrior:ti.,lmo,uJ' . ir ii. , .i.i .....n.MM , rrw M .I''lff W tiLim iHiwuur, m. v luij, ic eondlttorx act) thn rcArcltv of la oopjT.jU.uu, ri ALL COUNTlULw. The mixture af warm, froh erenm bor. This next venr v. nucht to lUJtt i (T'ivj. Ik Wntklrrten anil turn. ft! ui-i-)!! tflttt Ittjoltnt. the tnrift lntrmttn atnl uiarnl tnu iln. and cold ucain la never advisable, raUe even a larger trop of corn--,'l- th tho Licitat mwier't wuUi. Kvtr mtoia " r : rtnmdtiujat Prattlct ZiCiin'j. Ufrlvint and can, provided bccJ can bo Bup- - a the whole iiibk Is warmed thereby, 300 Articles 300 Picture. . It trail, lukr Valtal rth?aUl OSta, "d aourlac 'J follow more quick-- j By fcpecinl nrrnnRCiiienU, wo aro enabled to furnish tliCM) two piled to farmers In tho dUtrlcts II for only IS ctnti. AU tin) new td:tt end VJA211IMMOII, U. C. frirTwieT-rtinttntlftDi In electricity nJ silrtltt, In papers ut this low rate for u limited time. i vhoro no ecod Is avallUbln this fall. ')' uutomoi-'ilc- t nr.il urropl mri, lu choywotk mil ffisrM'vrm""r'nr. iM puj Is it lurjjo twtl ono of tho vcty best ' ' In rum. nf. And In macliliicrr. Tho Comnierchil-Appcn- l Uiilnes tho farmers a1io have feed j o uccomrmny 1ot tmo)i!hlpiiat)am. jnako up their inluda to furnlah eoed - I'olVcw i fcomu tihlftlcwt communl-tllers published lu tho South. Cosh must lu ull cusos mOLin, lu i uu.a f. t '' tJtliiK l fjich oiilcr. TltN ruto Is nppllcahlo to rcnoivnls nd new subscrib-er- s "' lurUllUICt cuwiuiuiwa anvil ivfiairu.. thoio who huvo not, it will lm ali Hue ,. - ...11 ntM.MU tflkVIl... .IMVH.Ik Lf.U Imp'oaalblo to pruduco tho j another's wmhtpjt; thrifty comniun-jwprlmuallUo. tlbwiitt'U In plain LutlliS fot cn aad bora. leudur, vvlth a wntHty agaut sized ooru crop In tha j 15 Centi a Copy ?1. 50 a J O O Ji 1cid worn Uirllly hy going to nohool w uoxt year. f)t It ftmil tvti'ntlr av r.wlt direct to au 1 'ovlrDi'wUva learning the ratah uthar and wiani jtf SEND YOUR ORDIRt TO ;; tar tiH aai mwmttt ia win fjyu MlntH Iur twa Hhow IMiIU; .. it laolfcwl' ' ' 3eur)Li or V vuc :.br. sj CjcJc , hAJ9W Farm Department "i ...'.,....... fiAHWG CNI)ff!S!tM)JiFIR'S SAI.R. 6hia circuit Court, nettle Mekrnor. ad., I'lnlntlf, Vet. Notlea of sale Professional Otto C. Martin at pror-.uaUi- n iPWliCTAIl llELbrtfi"lDffil5 c.f0r tn-w- lf Oi.TAYLOR.CE. Beaver Dam, to-w- ll: and Drainage re-th- DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. 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"tut ;t.'.'rv THE RAHTF0RD REPUBLICAN. iiHHftWvTtHf-"'''- W ti 1'Ihi cli Prlatlni' CtiU lttstilMeMU for 17ti(o tfiitautiiv thaiMirM, tAjiT.i,!,r l,..t. 'i iwi.-.j- , i uautut U "r ISSSSaLSST -- ?l V.- - U,9 r tr . rowwww -1- 4.- 'V"Th-- ,xJ i&Q&ZQ$QQQQG$G!X&&&!WQi TEUTONS NAILED MEN TO CROSS LaJdtie I 1 Iff V1KW PIMBONKIW CTIL'CIMHR OK THEIR tX)JL- llADVtfi. of rjaBsUOitlag tttael Bails for kronza bat not atentuatei, awing !' the oaereM eeadltioas a MRU la ted by kail manafaataTers, wla demanded, itmonc othex tklaga, ta nrlce should rati (a feodatujfe far Cke workman in tha faaterica. M yt nmMtmxanasaar; tat Biggest Reading Cluviapcrfitjii'ff Tablets. Chambsrlain's Tablets especially fcl)I!oujnca8 Coott Suits Hvifo J,' v hartford; ky. " Clothing Co. !9$St&lWzWyXpf&?$'&S ,1 i4ft444UK w&gqpsl wagons! Wagons! v : New York, Doc. 22. Cruclflslon of Canadian and Scottish soldiers by Gorman.1 on tho wc3tcrn front, with wholesale outrages on nuns in cap- lured convents, aro given by mem-bor- .i of tho Eleventh United States Engineer Regiment in letters rocclv- cd hare today ns tho causes of a de termination thoy express to fight lo a finish and to glvo or taho no quar ter. "If all of America could hear tho horrihlo tales these refuses tell and see tho country about us hero," says ono letter, "tlioro would bo live million American soldiers training for war and war loans would bo oversubscribed by billions." Ono of tho officers of tho regiment. In :i loiter to Robert Rldgoway.of tho I'ubllc Scrvlco Commission, wrote: "Wanton Destruction. "The devastated country and vll-il- y lagca destroyed by bhellurc, I sup-- j pose, must he expected. nut the tiling that makes ono boil is the ah-- j solutely unuocpssii-- y unri wanton dc- -' st ruction vrotiRht by tho rollrlni Hun. Ills usual wonderful and systematic methods have heon applied to for stomach troubles, ant and tonttlpat.Icn, uuvu iuol wiui mucu succocs in mo treatment of those diseases. People who hnvo sufforcd for yara with ntomach trouble and have bean unable to ohtdln nny permanent relief, have been completely cured by tho use of theso lablotft. Chamborlaln'j Tablet! aro also of giOat Tallin for biliousness. Chronic constipation may bo permanently cured by taking Chamberlain's Tablets and observing the plain printed directions with m each bottle. 3--e art intend-e- a Value for your Family H s.ikif"ji ssUaaaaanHLi!--?1-It- PMh H 523 M I B The Yotrfclis Companion High In Idoila of home tlfonntl clrlc life, tavbli In the arrnnt of rtaaiotf it brines to all ce. Ttic Host for nil liaudi. The Sett from all source!. 1 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 1918 then 250 Shorter Stories. Rare articles ly noted authorities. 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Buforo vou juv V'Hi sliould examine our hand 2 We And notches cut in the few stand- lus walls and marked with the size of mudu farm wagons. Tlioy run lighter, nru inside of the charge to be uscd(. Evidently every building had been systematicalJ the very bust tn-.- oriul and last far longor than any ly prepared In that way, lone in adntaohiuu made v agon yon can buy no matter what vance, for blowlns up upoa retireprice you pay. ment. So homes, beautiful cbateaus.zar- We also do nil kinds of Blaclcsniithing and lie- X den walls, llttla summer houses are all blown up. Shade trees, Cowering pairing, ciiuia.r.y the hard jobs the other follow chrubn are cut down or tha bark eut, can't do. so the trees will die. Cemeteries have been ransacked; sraves and vaultt X W also mate a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and opened; bones thrown about or hi 1 thsapi on the ground. I hsve seen the earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. cemeteries, that are awful sights; Respectfully yours, one body dragged halfway out of he casket; coffins broken open and the J hone from several dumped Into one. Evidently tho boche was looking for jewelry, was simply 'malicious, or both. "Those things could not be done without tho knowledge and permisyears experience in the shop sion of tho offlccrs, and tho thing Is 'I'hirty-liv'- ii m complete that it looks as tho It .4-4-was all a part of an dfilcial program. I never did bellovo the Ftorles we got In America of tho outrages. I hnvc to believe them now, and thoy aro many times worse than tho btorlcs IIKIIK IS A (iOOV TliACi: TO STOP FOR MiTliK MONKY thut I heard at home. Certain Canadian and Scottish battalions take no Louisville Hotel, t'ouisvillp, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th I prlsonors. They give and ask no quarter. The Onlj Motel In Louisville Operutml on Uio Outrnges Unspeakable. Antyrlc-ni- i $ mid Kiiiopejin I'lans. "Tho reason Is that tho boche has AM Kill CAN IM.AN (With Meals) several times crucified tho Canadian Room without Kath lint with Hot and Cold Running Water. slid Sctotch prisoners and hold them nbov.i tho trenches In view of their single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 7f Rooms battalions. In ono such caae a CanaCO Rooms slimle, 2. 50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each dian battalion went right over tho top 60 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2. CO each after tho bodies without orders. Very Rooms with 1'ilvate Ruth: A few of them have come back. CO Rooms. . .single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7S each per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Ilrlthh chaplain told me that ha GO Rooms. j .sluglo, 3.60 knows porsonally of a Relglan con. Kl'noi'lCAN IMjAX (lthout Meals) n vent whero they found that Rooms without ItatlObut with Hot and Cold Running Witter. nuns had been out of eighty-tw- o violated when tho bodies fell back. single, $1.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, $0.75 each 75 Rooms "I cannot understand what tho Single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each CO Rooms s or processes of the CO Fro"tat Rooms. single, 1.G0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Hun can ho. I cannot understand Rooms with 1'ilvnlu Roth: what his object can be. It must be single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each fjft Rooms the wrathful spite of a disappointed, SO Rooms sluele, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each deeenorata mind. In fairness to our many very fine acquaintances of GerTHE OLDiNN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. man birth in America, I will say that KuropiMN ridH Only. tha German prisoners I have been apKmmi Wltbant Rath, $1.00 anI up; Rooms With Frlvatc Rath, 91.M pear to ba largely a dlffereat type aud Hp Rent Katiaz Plara la Town. from the German in Ameriea. They Tha Loulirilla Hotel aud the Old Inn are located in the wholesale loak aot of a particularly kleh type, walk to the retail district and theaters. district aud only a does not aeree with ma jjaj, . in this. He says ba cab sea aatenc HOTHIi AND OLD INN COMPANY, Prwaa. LOUUYIIiliK a.m Ua Arttinf arnartv ,we AVtH'V C.!'. tt . aa V j lUQUt man he ever knew. "Tha prUoaers will aat aelleve thjit wa ara Awericaa traaas. They say, 'Ne, It is impossible. Our submarines IR. between have stopped all traflic That la the America and Europe,' E E, EAR, Til HO AT, NOSE way with the German soldier, and I ) Wis: USQ A nd FiUing ofGQtttiM suppose every ona In Germany Is kept lu Ignoiancc of the true situation." Innnnlc OteSHORO. 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Row 6c Sonl Centertown, Ky. t r . i Relives Piles matter how stubborn the a v. ... fifty-seve- Petro-Ment- a will bacholor between 30 and 50 case may be more than twice tho clianco bring relief. A trial will convince stands you. For salo by Ohio County of passing away that a married man Drug Co. Price 25c. thousand 31 out of every docs; bachelors pass away between tlioro ages, and only 14 married men. With hand and then actually said: women tho difference Is not sa great: " 'Ah, parson, that was a, beautiful single thousand 17 out of every ." text you preached from Sunday women pass away and 14 married women. Rut in overy.case, from 20 to 80 tho chances for life favor the Tho debt of gratitude which wo married men and married women. can owo to tho nation's defenders " never be repaid, either by this or Stomach Trouble and Constipation. Thohe wiio arc alTlicted with stom- future generations; yet the acknowleach ach trouble and constipation should edged gift of tho obligation read the, following; "I have never year, In various foims and In a mul found anything so good for stomach titude of places throughout this broad trouble and constipation as Chamber- laud, purines our Ideas and brings acntl-melain's Tablets. I have used them off us all together In sympathy of and unity of purpose. William past two years. nnd on now for tho They not only regulate tho action of MrKlnley. a the bowels but stimulate the liver $100 Reward, $100 and keep one's body in a healthy conThe leaders of this paper will ba dition." writes Mrs. Boiijiuuin Hoopm pleased to learn that there Is at least er, Auburn, N. Y. one dreaded dll"" bat science has w II Its stages and been ablp " . h. at rh being creatiy h't i. Natural Knoutili. by i tit lonal conditions ou io' .nutt'i.ictl A sentry, an Irishman. s fj'.t .Hi vatn'ent. Hall's lr?s -- h en Intornally nnd . ?'. ,v.h . ih'ti duty for tho first tine ,1 c e Mucous Sur'''' 1f roby destroyingthe onicer of the day a .r..c!. 1. . i racv. i i. i'h- - i A For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay ot from work for days by taking calonio. keeps yo when pleasant Uv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorclievingyourtrotib le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don take anything else. You ca.i't aftorii it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tern and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in itsaction3, sur in its effect antl certain in results. H wilt won't bo long before L!v- completely displaco calomel in evert home. Children can Jtako it freely anJ with perfect safety. Every botllo zuar antccd.j 50c nnd $1 in bottles. Norn genuine without tho likeness and sina turc of L, 1C Grigsby. For salo by . H. WILLIAMS. - HaxtforA K Ve--L- ax ' evo-liin- nt & & Used r-- I r, '. , 40 YeaS . I . mental-operation- called:' Ply. ,' "Who goes there?" "Onicer of the day," s t' i l - - "Then what are yez dolu' eut at night?" asked the sentry. CASTOR at m Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Me, slvlnff tho rrr up tho con- tire In dome its iiitars linvia o much Ti i mo curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Mrdlclno that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ra.io that It fulls to cur". Sfnd for Hit of testimonials. Address P. J. CHRNRY & CO., Toledo. Oblo. Sold by all Hrucelst. He. t PUBMC LANDS TO BK ItrMNMU FOR Cl'lriVATIN IN 11 in t7or' If fr " i i - 10 .n ' r b. n The Woman's Tonic db A a W J. H.THORPE Mothers doctar tola tha aa- duriug 191 J. itlaat ta drink water aa aeur asfara Am inquiry ky tha Kaartaiaat af each weal. Two days later ha ask- aapraxlaiate-I- t ej (j,, sj,.t biub If ha was aarryiag tka Interior skews that ares an varlaUs reclaiaa-tio- a out Ikese instructlaas. arojects ui aa area t ladlan "Wall, aet exactly," salsl tha lauds almost as larse ara suscaptlkla "You sea I draak for tweaty mlautes, doctor, but I was sa full of cultlvalioa. A I Full t CoacorUlii Ovai flawing. Huadrtds af tueusaatU af acres of lands la tka Unltaa States, hitherto a unfilled, may be placed uader cultl-vatia- m Sold Everywhora ft ftftftftftftftftftftftftft a araTr.mrt j- -, 'l, i"53ia c) xsrv aa-tle- Ksm I rerswi srr ever7thlu; 3.tv"ii rj S theu I couldn't hold any mere. a J,Ut XT V m SOjUf fa- jJ. ,.,& wi y.uau7a? N34fg ermiruse ' PL:1J -I &X . eCALL PATfEftV 3 Celebrated If style, perfect fit, atrnptUity tr.t reliability neitly 40 jtait. Sola In nel) evrry city ml town In the Unitcl butti in) :.. 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ND. la at Avicaa i ar 25c. a canal tUrei M 4 your Jal-- f yn " I I' in'l Bwclk""eofleri. ;iki atcui. co'JJ i :ti w. trth &u ni w tteu i lr.tal brlnci r'filun AJJreai cttalOfp. en m All meats aud meat products for tho Army and Navy are obtained on ly from Inspected establishments and bear the Govor nmont stamp "Inspect- This stamp moans ed and passod." that every step 111 the process of preparing tho meat has boon under tho constant supervision of trained In g .lea, spectors. At the camps all products Cnpenhngon, Nov, 25 (Ry Mall) l'lno Tct, Anyway. Hilly Sunday told a story at n tiro rolnspected und laboratory unaly-- ( A Eocoud requisition Of church bells! has taken plaeo In Austria to the sor- - luncheon about iiu npathetio Mlssou- - sin muilo to show that tho foot have, not been niude Injurious byAampor row of tho Catholic population of mat rI coiiKiegatlon. country, according tor udvlces ro- "This bunch's preacher," ho said, lug. Throughout tho country thoro aro, A limited number of "had wrestled among 'em for thirly- celved hero. years, and nover un encourag- - 3,000 inspectors ungagod In this bolls had been hpared, but tho ' eminent caiuo to' tho conclusion that lug word hut one ho got In nil that. work. v further requisitioning was necessary, time. with tho result that tho church has1 "Ho told mo ubout It with tears i:i f A porous glass for ventilation Id hud to sacrifice many moro of Its fa- -' Ms eyes. Ho said he was on tho way being mado In Franco, the holes bolug 'miliar and chejlshcd bells to tho homo to dinner when a deacon hailed hmull enough to exclude dust und d Moloch of war. The ,m. 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