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GERMAN PEACE OHIO COUNTY HAliTFOJRD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FXUDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918. SI '.TEEN .MILLION NEW NAMES FOR THIS UHD CROSS 27 BROKEN REST i TERMS REJEGTtD i. w I- - i:li:y delegates to rr., C7. refuse PROP- OSITIONS. Vaaliiiigton, Jon. 1. Slxtoon minnow minion wcro added to tlio mhorihlp lolls of thn American Crop n the result of thu Christ i inemlor3hl drive llcniy 1. I)i- vi on, ohairiunn of the National War '" uticil, announced today In Now ' ar" greetings forwanUd to wor': in whoia efforts mado the dilvo n 1 sss. II - . s, V y$J- - &S A d l SUCCIi. WlS 4) fi'lll'WiTO Sfi2 jJwMMiiwkm iWWm! Qf$imiWk:k Dsjv fpFSfOTPp1 M sk?t:''$i d i'Jte jrJV'jJHWkVH."' 'disaster of Dec. (5, when the French AMERICANS HELD ' ammunition steamer Mont illnnc DY BOLSOEVIXI ww i ' t,,(s liarl)0r' la'lnE luo ,,,nrth 0!ul of ,ho dty ,n ruln3 ,!,u- i'r,o "crfi"H and mai,n,nB sov- eral thousand others, was promised lug liHiulry Into nil llio causes of tlio IN Ralhu.typo, Canadian mlnls- - UAJMVAV COMMISSIONERS ItUhSIA UNDER AIUIKST, IS Itr.I'OUT." The Inquiry began by the ndmlr ! nlty shortly after the disaster Is to bo IC. C. , CONFERENCE MOT ENEIbB . - nnexntion Plans Seen I'.nlshj'l.i "'" "N'it to Make Peace With i Imperialists. ficrniany's peace terms jdiivvi no- .'tivi annexationist, plans on the pm t i" the Crntral Powcra wul are ficccptble to ltussia in their pr en; form, the HoWheviki delegates rr l.irt- el to the Soliliere' and v"ouncil 1 Worki I nn their vetum from itovfl: to I'cttor;rad. Previnu reports that the iip t;a-ions hnd ben broken off apo"." in view of the contcct o ""' loncous, )( 0!1 statement, which taks a tr f the parlcvinc for i;nnted. It I4 tideclared, however, that in cat 'ir' Oormrn delegates insift men wi'l net m.i!:f terms, Ilii.-w'Her Avith tf "German IrapTia'i&th peace will b inadc "with th" C')r- fplc. the C,H,,n"' entativeu of th "Socialiits." the sidi:Eman ot' ''" itb vi KusVnn drlcati; iisirtd ,,r ' tn tVie flen-'XP- " ient liooe ef the ISoUhrviki for a sect. I vol'ltiop in (Sertnanv. From other repoiU it appeal tha the Hnlsli'viki cleteetH armern fail" purnoses on the pr.it or the ('el-v.a'ha in the proposition iiv the lntt 1ionM 1hr rentral Power?' tiooeK not be W'thdrcxni from Polandl la thuan'a and Courlanil, the Ru? sians oldinn that H was impofsible for thoe provinces freely to rhoee their own polit'cal destinv until everj' ''e'" man joltlicr had left tliir tcrr tor. re-u- achievement of ono-flftof tlio entire pop- iUUoii of the United State i ns mem- ,1 rs of tlio Ameilnui Ilcd Cross," " Id the message, "is lean u triumph ' 11 ll'Rll II It u will ill lilWiiitJi ruMii.". j wu WAflito Iho U- -d Cross in not merely n human-- 1 ji arlnn organization separate and dls- t.mt from others, but it Is the molill-- 1 i led hcurt and spirit of tlio whole HPRAMQ American people. Thu Amorl.au Hc.l lUd I llli"U J.lllTl rt I Cil i rots ii earrylni: n messaBe of love YIELD STRONGHOLDS ..ml s.Miipathy to American boldlers ind suitors and to the troops and cl"- "" illun population of our allies In nil It In seekliiR to njjni'.T NT "01 N'T ON 1'IAVI l art. in Hie world. horten tno war. and It is seeking to Y ITALIAN RIVKK WON lay a foundation for u more enilurliiR THOOi'S". peace when Oio war Is over. As we i:i'nl m tln threshold of a New Year ' in this hour of the world's traRedv Rowe. .Ian. 2. Anotlier r.tlempt U thought In the ' il.itc uui be hut ono ........ Pir.ve t'ivrr hr.i been d"1- .......... ..ii .1... on nnn I... j ..r tli.' i n ui IIM' .VVU IlMIlllt fcatcd by the Italians, the Vai Office Amerltan ited ('robs, and that Is n of c.sels Half before." announce'?. enemy a score serve and sacrifice a troops ve:e dis liiden with !,...,! j 'Vl'ho wontlorful h m Jag' rl... IT. iVTJ)n W7 ' J flGS? WS&i ;'" ' "'"'""":,' "SOLIMCHPHOIHA" JiATF.ST diseas.kcon onf- t," .Tt".T. '&, "A J,Ii' ADDED 1,500,090 DY NEW TAX I Pcndlcton, Oro., Ucc. 30. Pendleton glrln are afflicted with "soldier-phobia! Chief of Poliro Roberts baa '! leclarvl, ami ho proposes to.euro the disease. "Too many Pendleton girls permit soldiers passing thru the city on troop tinlns to kiss and hug them," the chief explained. "I do not object to LAW gills showing their patriotism, but It must bo done with rcusonablo de-. ' corum." STATK TAX COMMISSION MAKI-SOK ITS INVUSTI- UATIONS. POLISH CONTINGENT IS LANDED IN FRANCE . '"vfci-,7t- n. . ''t m nr T r w L .. . ' i T tWe wrt Intentaclura i Piave ten milek frm its muth reu"- It rrnldaut t u u Jukt aboye tU ,r?,on.nMJfa by Acerdlns to the repert ef the cow,.. mlmloa the reeaue for IS1X Consresb authorizes OFFICERS FOR lp ,tA,ian, . ml..t Xn,c, 1917 will Un about $ t .800,000 The. LOCAL TELEPHONE CO. Th. War Department udlt. its - c ,Hox little maximum Increase uray be -" uuuti-m.Mi- i "in It Is worklas for your rmy and abandoned after-havinHie Hartfoid Division ef tfce Ohio had a fect- - more than two million. The indebtnavy. edness of (ha State is now close to Countv Fanners Mutual Telephone JlioM theie for r.eveial weeks on t'r four million dollars., uud since the at the stockholders mectinT Satutday It Is worklnt for your Allies. bank of the iiei. westei-It is workltiB for you. st.ito has been spending about a half elected a new Roan! of Director) ns Italian tioops have nn the I'ust annually nior than its rev- follows: L. L. Porter. L. P. Rennet' It provldoa 5C croat baie hospitals i'-!-n- lererdcd 'n th- - new vear million enues tins Increase of a million and a Dr. E. V. Foid. J. M. Hoover and S with many ambulance companies. I he defensive line frcn Lake (Sanla half In revenue would enable the L. Kinrc. The directois then met and Kstabllshed 300 sanitary training to the Adratic ha beer detachmants. (ll ivintr State to pay off Its Indebtedness at elected L. L. Porter, Pres.; L. P. Ren-net- t. s Un in !...! I... """ lltlinrt .. .. .1 l Vice Pics., and Dr. E. W. Ford in.lii nuiMii; v.".i ,.lrl. -- -i f ,.,ni I he .ensun fne rate of about a million a year, ',,i, A e( wipe nut the State's in- St crctai . for morn than 100.000ons. lin.iirohead on tin- western htrtk of and ioiiIiI -next four years. It has a Trench Commlulon with thev had held since debtedness within the the Piave which However Increased revenues mlhl SCt persons. LOI'ISVII LE MARKETS. TcrmK Not UisctileieJ. . ' It sends suppllos to 3,423 military II). s- - A --,i rt elearanec was .t V Indues greater extrrvaganco by the While holdini: stion, M. Kameneff. a aiember of thr lti- - hospitals. 'lnnU1alili-iti,l 1ul ikllil tHIU HIV VJiii rtf HlA Oltlltn'tJ 'need of li'e 2,309 received, ar.d . ...:., r,m ; ur. icgisiani '.i sian (I''leentlow. read the soldiers dally in, It serves 30,000 the indebtedness might b,. no ne.irer than tl'-- I n.Mi tou'- - of the trade was as nit n I terms, which he character's rrancoy lrt.cnt , iho new tax .aw leuuccs Italian flank alens the Piave m now ,, , showing the popitiv annexatioi pbin- - ( .. ,l rc "" ,na"7 ' ,D"- - o,l ,U de. enemy has reylteu only , 'iucrased- tmm SB In 10 fnll hnl Market: Choice heavies,to 1." The if the Central Power, and valuation of property pounds end up. $16.70; 120 L ,.. rlan refugees. !...,. ..m...... i n.. vv,.ri. .trnkn .'the .. . . ..--- ." . -- . ro,ief ui $15. SO; pigs. $13. $5 Q 14.J1 it p..iu.n. i. .b.;. i the old figures, Much of the in Uelgium roughs, $15.10 down. ' not bcea discussed. 0r. given $l,B00,ti0 to the faiu theHM Monte Tomba rccloa i. m Kid t lerakr ' It'has U ktl Cattle Trmlo Quiet. nniKIPMlllV .wdn. in riiwiiniip comes from ..!. nf "If nrter the ot personal proper- Hies or French soldiers. At the cattle pens only 9 head I coming to the aid of the hanl.preu.'fcctl valuation said, "tin the delcrate It has given $1,080,000 to tlio Hrlt There 'J ir-.l l(..ll..n armv whlth liaB had lit -- I inf "'" '" uilll Ua hnllt-- - - w til wolf leteived. few headwas not much iusif.t noon these term ....! " received sold Ish Red Cros3. arl'on and the n ii. rM.f stum the AUsiru-urrmuneace, not with tlv will conclude ... .wealth of the State, la tlio city of .M y'.endy rates. With your help It will vastly ex - ,,.. . Imnerlnlist. but with the the acseshed value of per j Louisville Prime export steora tend each of theso agencies work- w g tMinf, w (hft Sw,ss.UaUan . . . of the people, the Sor alits -i .ro.u Heavy pmpwiy snipping lug for Humanity anu victory. s12 un O 13.00; n Troop, frontiers. of Geiman". 1917 to $125,000,000 for You should bo a member every "Id oHier trains are being held In 000 in & 12..0; lights $8.00 O 10; '' Ncpotiations Ended? ts eMimatcd that the nvs one to votir household should be a i tho Alps by the snow and the foo,l!l91S- 10.00; tot tows ludfers Sfi on Iindon. .Inn. 2. Peace nei;ot' it ons member. x hundr.M mill v""' l,rlB ,lA : :r solium 18.50 O J.5I $s supply of the enemy trop? ou Uv: Ri"et-I.'fovbeen broken off have nt Flag with as Disphay a Service !ul's f Phonal properly thm . - ,.,,,.,., - ;r. ,o; canncrs $5.0i) bv the Bolshevik Rovcmment owinpto'I mit,f ftmcLiiii nn It I1R tlinrp art IllPtll- - n.iSian northern front has been cut . 1. ... ....kl In.nllAK . ! ; 3.I 8.25; reed?n 'in1 temporarily. in repaid n I'o - i ' n your household! t he German attitude ,, hers ' ''dillon to . k ' "( .'.( l"rs $5.75 0 !i.; .j( On the westorn front the coming land and LithtLinin and the ritcmy s n :s , of IH ' v f "10.00 O 95.0: u of ItUi. was welcomed by strong ar- -, piopoyal that j:airions be reta tud at .. ritor ' S. FIXES MAXIMUM t .. fj uO.OO; commen "'"ial property .i tlilery duels In the Ypres, Canibrall Lilian. Ripn and elsewheir. nccprdin?; PRICKS ON MILL KaiUDS und Verdun areas. I tbo Voriuu ( el'es :hf following . . j....-sectothe l'etroe;ril or- t a telepiam from Calves The market ruled aetlve; the Cermaas have extended .rnveui.e: iespondnt of the Dailv News f iinr- building and U--a 13c; others if their fire to tho left bank of tho rir-'"- k best veals 12 Vi Rules fixing maximum prices of that pa liei to- r. in a late edition $ 19...M wheat mill feeds have bee promul- er. but have made ao attacks. The' associations ly. 43; ePo..,. Sheep aad Iauibs Receias gated by the United States food ad- attempted a raid aaar Loos.." FIVE MORE SOLBIKRS 9,1IS supply eeutiaues very small aid deSENTENCED TO It. TII ministration. Uran is taken as loo aoi ik of Leas, Tuesday moraiag, but Oil produetioa tax 650,000 mand good oa eholee klads, ehoice Two cent whiskey tax. . . . Kan Antonio. Tew. .Inn. 2.4l1i- - of basis in fixing the price of the feeds. were repulsed by the British. 51,117 eheep $t.50 Ten cent beer tax 9.00; backs $7.00 Icouit- - The bulk price per to for this feed the negroes tried bv the las 411,701 dowa; best lambs $16.00 Tax oa race tracks 0 16.50; cennection with the Jlous - , In carload lots at the mHI shall not maitial in ," ID 12,000 bocoads $12,00 0 12.50; culls $1.00 Mortgage recording tax.. per cent or me "I'M. RABIN' TO ten riots have been sentence he be exceed thlrty-olgMAN'S ANRWWl T DRAFT Additional corporation tax S9.333 9 9.00. liunired, accenting to the void ct of. average cost of a ton of whoat at tno ' '""I- - Tha cost or wheat shall be the Louisville mills aro paying front the court announced by Mat. Con. va $1,142,136 12.10 to $2.20 for No. 2 red winter Total Mawesvlllo, Ky., Jan. 1. 1 average cost as shown by the mills' moraine;. Rivkman this The report or tho commission Is wheat and about three coats less for (r. previous month's rocord, aud snail Raloy, a young farmer of this counThev are Privates Rabe C RKoi ison,' Include the one per cent admloUtra-Joi-en- h ty. Vnelo Saw baa found Just the made before the whole assessment tLe No. 3 red, prices being adjusted .Tamci: "Thomas McDonald completed, and on seaboard basis under food admla-Utratl."mith ar! Albeit I). W iirht tlou ree paid by mills on all wheat kind of patriot ho has been looking of the Statu has beeu regulatioas. Prices eoUbllshed for far. Filling out his questioaualro 'the figures given are expected to be all of Company I. 2Uh Unite f ates grouud. are as follows: was mado simple' when he waived ex - j raised materially, when a full report Approximate priecs far corn and Execution of the itAnrcd er wheat mill feeds Shorts or standard middlings, $8 per emptton In the following language: can bo mado. .From tho data boforo cuts bore are as follows: will be 1'iimiended until after e)ea and rarin' to it tlio commission concludes that tho Corn No. 3 new mixed shell, kiln It- - reviewed by President Wljson. ton abovo bron; mixed foods, $4 par "Pin ready for success of tho new tax law is now as- dried $1.85 bu.; natural mixed shell abovo bran; Hour middlings, $! go!" rr the fif'teiin tried woi cent-Ho- n Tluee sured, but recommend some import- - $J.4C; ear $1.25. enced to top veais nt Lcavinvoith I'er ton abovo bran; rod dog. $15 per ant changes and amendments. ton abovo bran. Oats No. 2 mixed 76 ' 78c bu; seven vcars eaeji, I ntl seven to NEITHER SWISS NOR SWEDES percentages and prices aro No. 2 whlto 79 '81c. Thcso NOTED AMERICAN FLYER INVESTING IN GERMAN LOAN SECESSION OK LOWER Approximate selling prices: RARELY MISSES HEVTU Mibject to chango, but no revision CALIFORNIA FORECAST Corn Mixed shell $2 bu.. sacks Paris, Jan. 2. Lieut. Raoul l.uf- - will be made without thirty days' Washington, Jan. 1 If Germany included in small lots; In 100 bu. Wnllimrfon!, Conn., or tho berv. of San Franciseo, Dec. 31. Fielding (or moro) lots $1.98; white milling really had any chnnco to win tho war Lafavettc Escadiille. had n tiar.ow up if her closest neighbors and J. Stilson, a Los Angeles capitalist, corn $J2.25. HIES OK PARALYSIS. In n fi(?ht with four Cicnhnn cFcano friends hud thu bllghtest faith in her announced' hero today he hud boon Oats Mixed 87c bu., sacks includImltli' machines last Satunlav. rj Jots J. W. Itiitlor. a farmer living near. chances It would bo thu oanlest ndvlhud that ho was to bo appointed ed; whlto 89c; oats In 100-bi- t. i. wipes on his airplane casollno world to find out about "diplomatic representative nt Wash- mixed 86c; whlto SSc. jiunclinvd ilurinir the enrmfem nt, Cromwell, died early Tuesday morn - 'thlng In tho ington" of Gov. Estahan Cantu, nf Poultry. and nlthoiirh ho had the nn'unt u'n lug, and nftor tho funeral nt Green it. "I believe," ho In Switzerland or bweaen ioua Lower California. roe-- 1 remains wero in Hens lSV&c. Young ch'k'ns 18 River church, his of a hfjrhiy altitude, his machine Old roosters Mr. 'any bushier man who will tako the Bald, "this foreshadows tho secession 20c. TurkoyH 25c. nmo almost helpless throui'li tho.torrod In tho churqh cemetery. with paralysis Gurman end of it, can double his mun- - of Lower California from Mexico." 12c. Ducks 19c. Hutlur was stricken stoppage of his motor. Mr. Stilbou refused to discuss this Frirtnv nii!hi unil'tho disease mado ey by buying Gorman bonds. ' For Rabbits. Lieut. Lufbei:' ficempd virtual! $2.00 Uls deuth at one mark's worth of Swiss or Swed . announcement further tfmn to say Pur dor. the mercy of the Germans, )u by violent progiess until no was to meet nero touay a Errs. .ilnvni nmiieuvfil-llltr- . I" with OllC oil Ogfttho tlmo stated. Ho wan about fit- - ish coin . ho can get two matKs woriii.tiiui " . ipt'isonui reprusniiuuvt.' ui i.unm nun Cnso count uoruiun iwuub, followini; him down) allibstily yeaia old and leaves a wlfo unci If Gormany wins or gets a draw expected to recolvu fiom him contlr Candled 4Gc His firing-- continuously ho ouo child, and two to eaith and ' ' . L.ttttou of his uppnlntment. manujred to escape unhurt. 5 lis na- - wlfo wa3 a cousin of Mrs. R. R. Mar this will net 100 per cent profit. HeaivlilBg Halifax Inquiry. Rut neither tnoSwlbs nor the If you wish to make u sale try a chine was found to 1mve eleven ill!.! tin and MUs Harlet Flencr.of Hart- -' Halifux, N, S., Dec. 29.-- A search. REPUOLICAN AD. . Swedes CttU be induced to invent. ford. lvt holes In It. " WHAT IS TIIK AMERICAN RK CnUHK? int was ?ttemcted. th ' WlUon heads i The. report of the Kentucky State Tax Commission furniJhei. some in torestlnc facts In regard to the worl'-liiu- s of thu now tax law. Much speculation has been Indulccd as to the probable retanue that mlcht be deriv ed frau Hit oicaiwre, and ihu eomuiW- ! abl to approximate the, lank of sion is civil Jan. 2. Jlilitaiy and authorities acclaimed the first contingent of Polish troops recruited in America ior service with the Allies on the western front on their arrival in France. Col. James Mai tin, of the French Military Academy, the troops' safe arrival. The unit is composed of men rraduated rnn u,P polish tiaining camp at Ni- af ara. N. Y. ift'nrr L,,.. ! I ?mn over,jv --- g r' j stri-ii-jth- nll.,""ul'' m.(n.. iii-r- ,; -- V vy London, Jan. I. It is reported that thu Rulshcilki have nrrestod tho members of tlio American railway mission at Irkutsk, Siberia, says a dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph from Pctrograd. Thu United States railroad commis-.ilu- n to the Russian government arrived in Pctrograd last June and until tlio recent Bolshevik disturbances hud been actively engaged in assisting the Russian railways out of their operating dllllcultles. Tlio pursonnel of the commission, which was not olllcially announced, follows: John F. Stevens, of New York, for-tnchief engineer of the Panama Canal, chairman; W. L. Darling of St. Paul, chief engineer of tlio Northern Pacific Railway; Henry Miller of St. Louis, former operatlnc vice president of the Wabash Railroad; George GIbbs of Philadelphia, former chief mechanical engineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and J. P. Griner, of Baltimore, chief consulting engineer of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. x Chairman Stevens bad the rank of minister plenipotentiary to the Russian goveruroeat, but his appointment did not Infringe on the status of David R. Francis, the American ambassador. A dispatch from Tokyo dated Dec. 27 said Mr Stecns had arrived, at Nagasaki, Japan, Dee. 19 from Vladivostok and that he had reserved the accommodations of an entlro hotel in Nagasaki for 320 members of bis staff who accompanied him. The dispatch also carried a statement from Mr. Stevens in which ho declared it was his intention to return to Russia with his staff arid remain there as long as they could be of any assistance to the Russian people. ur s - t..-- .u ;;TJit r; :'dedZt z -. ier;(i-tiations1 ui Cei-ma- !' "" nl. 'Intact. ,.;;;.: i ... "- ,,.. " tti A MINE ACCIDENT. 1 r..w . -- .. r.,t,r n, Swlss-Auntria- "' rr b-- ..- ... m.0 a ,'r r-- " ru .. -- . ) r ." .... Three men were seriously burned in a premature blast explosion at the Hamilton mines, near Cromwell, late Monday afternoon. Halite Coleman, Puel Rogers and Glendon Stevens were preparing u shot, and aftor drilling several feet into the coal were ramming the powder back into the hole when a friction spark aet the powder off, the blaze from which burned each or theyoung men severely about the face and arms. Youngs ' Coleman wok standing directly (u front of the blaze and was more dangerously burned than the other young men who were with him. It is feared that Coloman and possibly Steven may be seriously disfigured as a result of the accident. Mr. Stevens is a sou or Mr. Silas L. Stevens and Young Rogers is a son of Mr. Emerson Rogers. Wo did sot learn the family connection of young Coleman, who was so seriously burned. a UURNS HOUSE; KIIiIiH WIFE, BABY AND SELF. v ht V I oa t-- Muskogee, Oklu., Dec. 30. Fear of the draft Is thought to have prompted Charles E. logan, a farmer near McLain, to kill bis wife and baby last night, set fire to the bouse and then cut his own throat. Tbls theory of officers who returned today from the scene disposes of what was supposed at first to be a murder for purposes of robbery, or revenge. Logan wus found kneeling beside a couch with charrel bits of a. questionnaire, which he should have filed Saturday in his hands. .0)0 'V no-tlc- o. THE TOBACCO TRADE. For reasons tills deponent know-ot- h J 1 Goi-nmn- '' IT' .la... .01-mI o '.......... c siep-chlldro- n. not tho prlco of tobacco on tho loose leaf markets nt Owensboro aud Henderson bus dropped almost three dojlars on tho hundred slnco the mar-ko- t. oponod. Perhaps this skidding' or tobacco prices was caused by tho great uumber of now year's resolu-- I tlous to cut out cigarettes. Tho pool-- . ors Hill now huvu reason to congrat ulate themsolves tiiut their tobacco Is contracted at remuneiutlvo prices. Uftlo Is doing now In tho way of deliveries, as most of tho tobacco that had been stripped before the cold snap camo has already bocn i Y btv A;w "GSYl bW r A & ishfrttit .) will enrry p GUMMY PlMDh. Ob tfKRMl VS OVWiWKt', AHHOI.t'Tl til WIM. KUM.tAV. tVTTT?,R V ' !.. ; and return. The Irurks MASTKR rOMMISNIONT'lt'S MU.K. farm produce ns parrel Ohio irrnti i nun mall tnal ls v. ell as r Ilctlii' Tichonor. t.du l'luitiurr, Vs. N'otlrt nf lie . NVrml" i lif.i TH'er.iir, ! I i Pi "t'1 in "!' I.1V. ' Kin i. I ( v ih. M i re-fi. i iff! i 1 . "' lu 1 t vi'-- :. i : i ' ' ' ' rt M, ' ' r i . ii ' I i1 , ' i -i i i.i ii' f i ' ii - ' , y a reel nl . i ii ii follows: . ..... ... if'ti land eouveyed by T. C. Shanks . .. lie said: Cio.1 aomirauon ami pr.uc. i nuru va.Ianc Moiitnn, deceased. ded le- at a stono In the con'er of 'I I "Imnglno tho position if wo simul.. majesty nnd bcauly in the Hartford and I'mnt Pleasant cordod In P.oml "T", jiago IC9, Ohio .' '. .vll .. louiethini; of taneously have to bear tlio burden Its steadv niiininont. Tho liur.c I road; theneo b". 3 V. rods and 1 ("ounty Court Clerk's oillco, nnd con- stone, 3 links of a post oab. vo.ved to the salil Shanks by II. II of laxatlou which must fall on every "Zoppolln" - no one dreamt of call-- ! "k mipiwii Wilson, ti I IE ipagrf deed recorded In Uook "It", (iorrnan ami, ucspiio mo lanen "'"", fnj. ,t ,iy Il5iy lll0r namc, for u Xif tf.i llAiniAlt'ii i.T--r . ia; .i ,....mtrt-- . 3C0, Ohio County Court Clerk'" Uoyd's lino; thenco flf.S money, wo still l.nvo .f German fr,CIld,lnCM t answered the HS E. 70 rods to a stone nity white otuce. The conveyance to Shanks bet ' i ', ex. T!i Ponlatan N food and ijuy the most necessary , concCpUoB cr tho vaunted oak, his corner, on the Gcntertowii ing for 323 acres, 100 acres of which tl'istve, an rrjifi.t. Ii. rrcl. Itrt Icallot! rn i . vlirar.ta Cil'Union3tdrs or Germany seemed to nml Ueda road; thence with said road bo conveyed lo Titos. Wilson and iav mateilals from abroad. Avrnuc, 18lli a.i.1 il Si t'-- , nnjono in bis heart of hearts really wm, tbe smooth X. :i K. 54 rods to a stono. 20 links deeded to llrst party by CommissioninrVct it n tt. !' - Vtuir aIr A Ohio Circuit Court. , tnuritt North nf a boech; thenco still with er of ", , l.t lor I n ' ,. ... lUSfc, IioIIcvp thnt In tlicso clreumsluncrs ... ,, n.rml. said ru.nl S. 87 K. bo rods to a stone; lieu Is the retained on this land to ici.colj ami I jiticj, .oTn.iui.ni. JllllilUIl Ul l.llli. heby tullcgei. , without mi Increase of power with- bled sea Its lonRth and the stcadl- - thenco N. 3 9i K. 10 'rods and U links secure tho tlrst party In the title ot Tl't Ponliatit altticM the out indemnity and without security, ncss of its proRrcLS belled lis speed. to a stone in tho center of tbe Hart- said 100 acres and against any inpropl; of culture anil cilucalian. we could avoid Germany's ruin." li eton)ity to Wit ami Tho windso far as tboao below could ford and Point Pleasant road; thenco cumbrances whatever." l.jvv Ucua.nicnii. altn to nan? A Hen will be retained to secure Gcrmnny's pllfihl at tho hands of tell, did not disturb its even course, with snld road N. 70 W. 11 rods and ut luitnncat inlrreit, lointn 12 link3 thence N. 47i W. 44 rods; tho Interest of the Infant defendant, inHci tint lutcl at England he bemoaned as follows: and when it whoolod to follow the tbonco N. SO W. 3C rods; thence N. Anthony Madcn and Dewey sladen traclnc to a U.icnir.nulinj; pub. only has KiiRland taken our wlndinir of tlio Thames and crossed , r.O W. 14 rods; thence N. 79 Vi W, and tho purchaser will retail their "Not lie Tlie j'owhiari olteri room colonies and Mesopotninia, but ev- Whitehall to clrclo the palace, it was i 31 rods to the beginning, containing share of the purchase money unt'l with dct.ichi.il hatli at 11.50. erywhere she bas made deeper and abundantly clear that, for all Its vast-nes- s, 34 acres mure or less. This being a thoy arriv'e at legal age or until their i:.03 tnd u. Tm s oiii pn. 111' part of the tamo land conveyed to guardian executes bond ia this court. It'll ' is c:in, ' ' j Armor bases for her maritime and tho ship was perfectly respon- grantor by J. A. St. Clair and his The purchaser will be required In l(r Wrw Stio bas tarsupremacy. colonial wife by deed dated Octobor 25, 1912, oxecutc bond witk approved euri-t- y to the touch of tho helm. sive nished and trodden down the presImmediately after sale and a lien Arrcslod by the heavy drone of the and recorded lu Ohio County Clerk's tige and honor or Germany by un- airship's motors, a drone curiously office in deod book 44, page 42. Coal will lie retained aa additional tur- y and mineral reserved. In the calumnies. precedented different from that ot any aeroplane, Given Tlio world we are hundreds of pcoplo left their lunch-co- n cxeeuto purchaser will be required to day ot under my hand this the Uth wholo transatlantic bond immediately after sale. December. 1917. considered as conauorcd and done OTTO C. MARTIN, and went ont Into the street to Said bond to be approved by the ComUrn will be retained 2513 for." Master Commissioner. watch the spectacle. So low was missioner, nnd a & Smith. Attorneys. security. m as additional Itarncs the ship flyinB that one could see Given under my hand this the ISth WW THe WOMKN IIAVi: lmoi'l'KD at plainly some of tho dotalls, as well day of December, 1917. SEWINC VKHi IN I'AH 1'IIOVINCKS formation. OTTO C. MARTIN. as tho broad outline of its mmmm ma iime 00000 d Master Commissioner. 2ft3 "On its bows, where tho John 11. Wilson, Attorney. Iondon.Dcc. 2D. Tartar women In body camu lo a point, was the red, ' mo COURT DIRKCTOKY. V! QUALITY. fl Stc the far Russian provinces have drop- w'lito and bluo "target," which Is lho ped tbe veil and aro freed from sev distinctive mark ot Hrltish aircraft MASTKIi COJIMISSIOXHR'S SALI". ' 0ooo tyranny ns a result of the Itu?r.ian Halt way along the body, on tho unOhio Circuit Court. In the elections for tho revolution. marks. The Parlin and Orcndorff Plow Co., Pl'ff , CIRCL'IT COURT. der sides, wore similar local Zen.stovs llioy aro votinK aloiiR ..d Vs. Notice of sale tail of tho ship was Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro with tho men. painted U the same three colors. Co- - j J. W. Moseloy, et nl., Defts. oSSr, Uy virtue of a judgment and order iCom'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Harl "The ne.Uli the body t A letter from Kazan says: ship wore uic ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court In ford. women's irovcmont hero started in gondolaa. name, ia J3 ?' 13 to! UCSi the above styled action at Its No- - r ,.... .' ClUr"onl- tho revolution o" 1905, as a result of f," As tlio ship moved away and vcmber, 1917, term, for tho purpose which Jio women begun to go about ".1 p.adually Into the haze, the sun-llr- of paying the judgment of tho plain Mas,rr ''mi.v,i..iier Otto C. Mar- WAnnA.wirn trot?. wt tM tiiuht ........ r.. . mmmr w . ai ....(.a. i tin, Hartford. unveiled. Ky 1910 a veiled woman caught its side, and caused it iff against thp dcfPiidants amounting if on jiiirrliajm tti" ni:v jiomi: ym win to $71.10. with interest thereon at 'Trustee .lury Cal P. Keown, Iiiim'ii una unl.novn In Kasan. After the lo glow long after tbe outline of tho nlllio prireyoii UT,umlwlU C from I Hartford revolution, in which the Ji.rcror i.:s imnrl lind becoiae Indistinct. Twink- - the rate ot ... per cent per annum ii.iM I nutliuvouiii mKt,cli:ilaof rcHlrs. tin nr., ,1 nf inin .'..Hiilll.Jit...'. 1st Monday In March- - tn .!... ..'. - ", '- deposed, tho Modem women rormo.l IJnr rht() ,u Ulfl Kondoias Eave th0 .1111 r ,i...V.....i, .. ..r .,.i AMI 111U III.111V, I'llllJUOU 1,1 1.(1111 lu njn Com'th. and Civil. a sockty and sn-i- t delegates to the . cost of this action and tlie costs I VJ11I111LV If ll III vlcinreg,ino touch to a r.pcctacle. ill He. 0 hlch was at once b'sautlfu! and im- - if this ?ale, I will offer for sale at W Monday In May 12 days Civil Cviitcrin"o. first 11 Considerel U i iiublle outcry to tho highest and bet 1st Monday in July ia day- sthey presented demands for the abo'-- , prcsbive. ' Ji,'0k.,'?r,-- i bidder at the Court House door in 1 tho Morlum t is tlie 77uVvF?CT n ltlon of j'ohraii'J' ar -- "Hartford, Ky., on Monday, January 3d Com'th. and Civil. lil Y I't'ill -- rJIug to Monday In September , !i wlikli Over CoubIk. Stop l.'ft 7th, 1P1S, it being regular County Civil. will ,'ourt day. at about tho hour of one heirs retelvo r.ii.allor port! i i Dr. UelPh 4 th Monday in November 'ay I ' se,. ,i;e.- -' than male. A :op that haeking eoiU'h that lingers o'e'ock, p. m., upon a credit of months, the following described prop Coin'th. and Civil, for t'e 'lart:'- - ; en to vote, to 'if inm Jauu-iryTho Miothiug pine erty, t. Isfy the ninlla'is nnd K..V. '111IIO Irioeuti cor.vrv COURT. ..nj ,!... JVI. ihn. iihleirm.r hfills ....--- . I, .11 .w "A certain lot or parcel of land ly-i- n It you w.intavrwIneninchlnf.wrllK rr 4 J per cent ot the wor.'e:i. in Ohio ruunty, Kentucky, l.cir Meets llrst Monday In each mouth oorlaki.tcatuloi.'Uo'M-foryou piintninc. the irritated nitstiibrane. the glycols vohkj i : it to th. polls rm the , tun relipves the tender tissues, you tho town of Heaver Dam, containing .ludgo John B. Wilson. Tl New llcrce Snuns Hssliice Co.. Orjige, Haa. one acre moro o. I.- -, aud being part electldn. County Att'y.- - A. D. Kirk. breathe easier and coughing ceass. oi tho same land conveyed to J. W. "in Kanzan one ua3 oniy 10 waiK j)on't, neglect a linicoring cough, it Moselcy on tho 2nd day of July. 1904, Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. through tho streets to see that Mns- - jg dangeroui. Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta-rby L. S. Smith, as shown by record Sheriff S. O. Keown. Jom women aro socially tlie equal u Honey la antiseptic and pleaaaat to In the offco of tho Ohio County Court Superintendent Ozna Shults. men and have shakoa off the shack- take, benefits young and old, St it Clark, ki deed book 39, pago 110. Jailer W. P. MidkifT. the same lot recorded in nJ les of centuries of sex tyranny." Formula on deed from J. Y7. Moseley ana wire at your drscst Assessor C. C. HIncs. 2 to H. . Cammlaa. 'Surveyoi- - C. S. Moxley. bottle. K This mortgage ia soiiDiEit ib furtm Loira subjeea t mortgage of R. L. Alford." uronei- - Dr. A. B. Riley. SENTKrTCH FOR DKHSUTION' MORAIf Tb lurchasar will be required to CICTPOf FISCAL COURT. extent bond immediately aftor sale MR TBKAB X Meets Tuesday after first Monday by tho which toad shall be approved Threo years &i hard tabor at Fort ComaiaMiaaer aat a lien will be re- in January, April and October. i-fl M. Mar-a- n, tained as additional security. wna tho lading ot the Leavenworth 1st Magisterial District Ed Shown, S. W. Ill Giram uader mjr hand this the 18th laUlaYfe. aaMftC at tie Tfaaaary court martial Just mado pablie In tho .1 Hartford, Route 7. assist at Bwember. 19 IT. II. Mullen, cr Secret Servtoa Cea past tea yaars, case of Private Robert WInson 3d Magisterial District OTTO C. MARTIN. Company D, St& infantry, Millet will bpcomo Mf Jajuary 1 t o- - 1518 Smith, Select. Master Commissioner. was found guilty of a charge of deser- fcA willlla J. Ilraa. reshratd. HIcj ad Magisterial District W. S. Dean, C. M. raw. Atorney. tion. Tho charge was changed from appointment wa awaanBMlt Dundee. ora S. W. . Hr. District absent without leave to the more Jiy Scretarr you wish to mulct a sale try a Ith Magisterial UUARiVNTKKD 8KIIVICH If Leach, Boaver Dam, Routo 3. Sarvlea tkkir-ir- e serious one of desertion a few days per cent One hundred tho Socr REPUBLICAN AD. 5Ui Magisterial District S. h. Ful- perator aad Is -before the court martial. The sen- years ago as a aluo. Speciul work for W. kerson, Rockport. tence of Mullen wus posted as a perienced lu all branches of the MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALK. W (ith Magisterial District R. C. Tich- warning to others. He waa largely responslhle lor W. F. STFA'ENS. work enor, Ccntcrtown. Ohio Circuit Court. The company and regiment of Mul- - detection of the noted counterfeit of Hartford, Ky R. T. D. 7. B. F. Rice, 7th Magisterial District len wns stationed at Kort Benjamin tjl0 5100 Monroe head silver certifl-Jlarris- C. W. Arnold, et al.. Plaintiffs, Representing Continental Vs. Notice of sale on Septumhor 10, when CRt0 in 1897, the result of which was .Fordsvlllc. Marble & Granite Co Garfield Maden, ot al., Defendants. District ncn. W. Mullen is alleged to havo deserted, j tne withdrawal of the entire issuo By vlrtuo or a judgment nnd order 8th Magisterial Taylor, Hartford, Route 7 He was apprehended in Buffalo, N. iami tho discovery of an extensive or hale or the Ohio Circuit Court Y., on October 1, and brought to Lou- - counterfeiting plot. Mr. Morau had ifivllle, where units of tho regiment tnalK0 0j many famous Secret Sorv- are now stationed. The court martial ico Investigations, including the Cot took place a few weeks ago, and tho ton Leak caso. llndlne was made public yesterday. "By experience and training ho Is admirably equipped to undertake the Itiul Coush? .l'cvcrlsli? Orlppy? Important work of chief," said SecYou need Dr. King's Now Discovery retary McAdoo. to stop that cold, tho soothing balsam Ingredients heal tho Irritated MUX'S SUITS WNJi COST $12 EACH I.N KNOIiANII incmbruiieb, soothe the soro throat, tho antiseptic iiualitles kill tho germ London, Dec. 15 (by mall). The and your cold Is quickly rulioved. Dr. AND THK MKMPHIS WKKK1A King's New Discovery has for 48 now "standard suits" for men, which j ears been the standard remedy for aro to bo manufactured under Govcoughs and colds in thousands of ernment control, will cost $12 each. Commercial-Appe- al 7 atVL TFTPttwant to turcttl 1 In Utm ou inuat know , and have The cloth, It Is auaouncod, "will be . homes. Get a bottlo y T,-Lit ia ucmt in bniineu and Isdoa- try, In liiTeullon and aclmcv. it handy in your inodlclno chest for composod in the bulk of wool," aud BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Ret nutoflberuticctontheilrlat Us. Ravd coughs, coldK, croup, grippe and all thcro will be a limited variety of bronchial 'affections. At your drug fabrics, mostly of the favorlta gray 2 and brown twoeda. The first ot tho gist. 50c. new suits will be alaced on the marTRl'CKS TO niHi'liAOK ket In February. Loulsvlllo Times. martilne. ttnotlntrrf.1lrenntlunil Iltfty uiojU KOADK AH MAM CARRUIRS tho tik't'titinoucy'i wortli. 300 Artlclsa 300 Picture fho longest novel In tho world be AH tli new Weai inAi By spoclul aiTangeincnts, wo are enabled to furnish these two all fbr onlr 1J Plttbbnrg, Dec. 2- 9- Motor trucks I()n(;H ,,, japn. There aro 100 vol-ni- o Intention! In tleitrlclty ana witfi. "; papers at thLs low rato for a limited time. iUouwor mil autn:nu)il!a an'l to dlsnlttco railroad trains su,Cr, iou.000 pages und about lu finul: .' ami In a.rj i..itr Conunci'cluM neal Ls u largo und ono of tho very best paTho carrlsrs en two long routes out noo.OOO words. A completo copy ltwtoni'-l'illalWu. tlrntTr'T , pers published In tho South. Cash must in all faxes iircompaiiy raonili.ldilu w r i.r fuliir lioiut of Plttahurg us noon an tlio con- - W(,g1K i;te pounds. fuiultulu. J.ui Li.rwus r 4in, c'x. oiich order. This rato ls applicable to icneuals anil now Mibsrrili. Im according to .n traeth tan !.! ,tnkl'rc. An . full '.ft khItli J Kawlwfc 4 It ii tiitita U ! r.iitoincen)oni ly Postuinstui- - A. its alike. -- J : K u H Conti o Cuj l.uTy f nl it mai a. , . i. ' llr t ' ' 'uty vi1o fi'ie ? tirrr,-' ''ill h'in WhPiV.IU ci 'i"d "" KH.VD YOPR ORDKR TO Fcr Inronts p"d Children FRE ' ('. e - " ' '. V,' S c .13 ' w i ,t i Cm HM ! - ..i p ... ..: . l mi .rii. .. ...... (.itnl - nil - 'Ill' .I'xiTe kI'i"I ,"'". hi. ! vill ....-- . .., to llw l)p W( a, ,,!,),,. " l i r l,t nf m i.i (luimil Vjr 1! e sot :id nf Its rii- - , it nn,j MC( He .. tlir folliiwi.'g doA gloomy Am '.r ii'ii, Doo. 29. proper fcl . liW'll n.i i, t. a:.il".l a"rost the city In Hip ami .'vrle months, m ' ' t) o cii (.riinaiiy's fnturu was plctm rivtni.i lot consisting In a door in Harford. iT.lncky. on Moi'-- I cr or z . tho .... nnutho river. swnnB round v. dnr HH..IIH1J Vlli ,... i.i,v oiJnK tit- ' iiioutri,ii t., nne In...... ..,. viJInR'' . C.I 1...Aln. MllPlfA """r f.iininr minted by Grand Admiral Von iui. it' ,.r ,.u,v,.i .r ...,.... ,,., 'y: iu i rii.i "tim" In ltls recent kpeecli in Kaneu, , rftinco, and w" tho hour, of one o' :rl. n. in., tho nl- and iiIpo n curtain tmct of land news, over ueklnKUftm according lo tho llnrabnrt; I.i Ohio iviunty, Kontuoky, on llm Mowing rtsrrlbil ino)roitv. lost to slRht niialn In tho mist. regarding a oucceutul oniiomlc of Caney Creek, eoritnlnliu: A trart of lnlnl sltualid in oiiU ,1. nit Thousands of prnplo watchotl lho .. arres. more or less, anil liel'u' war iiKainut Germany aftur the war, passinso of tho Kreat ship with min county, Kentiuky, and bounded , -- .:. Ion 'Pi " can." ii'i Mir ' ii .. . i ii ' ill rnndoreil nt lln Novrmhrr term, 1917. in llm nboTo styled notion for lho juirpo' o or n jnln and Hlvlnlon ot iltn iirorfcd.i nmonc tlio Jo:rt owners oi tlio land ordoiod hold lc; . l,i, 'til fhr linvmont of tho risl nf IMh I i 'i thor tho oopIb of ttits ' ' i for r1o at pnlil'o i 'ost and lrnt hi.!- ' a Hn .I. H -. ' ,'i ( 'ifj .r i ' l ' rr' 1 a I i tia IL. c. Martin JXXO I r iiif Rk Attorney at Law I' ..n UXU, IV. I .'!'( I ' Hi I 'I i. i ' "l ( 111 C ll. i ! 'I I'll- I'k ,ir I.'V" - t'o' V- I , ! . 1,1 i a 1111 ; I lo-wi- t: - llVlUb hi rtlikil,U lnL.J, It Ii flrtt ta tl It arts icuatrmn, luu itiouatf, fho PowtnUa ntnta U of t Tlr-pit- h.u-vmi- i ( - . iino-h.i- ir In a tifr w!kt tocil ho'da . un-kv- to-wi- t. lu, ' ... r- - ti tavei - 1 m- I, 1 L!AU.0C.L Dam, Ky. ''iiui Drdiiiaa" ucjji.un. .. as;-"i- ilTltjInvAv ',,,. I nrqc -- M l,r , I i(rL, j FfSffisttasv: 1 7' DR. k 0. E. 1 HART IilT13.lt NARY ,,...,,.,. ,,, fc ...... 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I Cash Bargain Offer!! theFMnLto e JEr-- n wffl The Hartford Republican Get on .wwasj ll U wtAbi, tegs. Kef j Bleeoseyy a A'.D ; i ft -- noucKO i t Alii !:UATAK3L,'17n0i;:Lr: R g UAria v.nii:o r :. pjmwy.'x Moit Ht). e an :,nzD. ivuztrxjt) iar:v.".v.,a'Ar3 fre T- -i 0.o Ef..i If lil micira Udilie tree Popular Science' iviontnxy 111 I) jt.tiip I i mvrfm-J:i- n t ,r in.ii, inu- - ij.". u tu otiun i. IN ALL COUMTniuJ. II "' irt umi. tt villi 'Htmp'Htnt. 1 M"5" hi.ll'k ikiqrittt Vn - i3 tt.iJti 1. vi ii A A.I4II CI '.CHIflOTCI. t,rir VlilVI tttrtutOSc, P. C. Lit UJl fit UC'JKv::;. 38-m- ail lt, t "Vir t.!nXTr7 v cr' - . lo-- ) I " to-da- y - CASTOR8A!! . rulf "'' .1' '. iff Si : i i I I to i ., .. i' ' oiiBg cvar1 ' . ' ,:. ' ' THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ItI I ll I t J ' i ll 1 I. mi till I, ' !,0 Vi.ll bo - - (if I 1.U.JU mmmmmi I t -p TUMnitP!.. 1 y - 7 - r I , - t K . ATTEKT ION.! J. Sick. Worn r. UBkMffHHAI Vi -- " "" Ml RrnalcHt thrift and best ceatu of hnlr. 9. Tlio horses frd onts did not nhow any nioro spirit thnn those re' ceiving corn. CJIvo Kftvm "IVrhaps there Is no one item In furmiiiK that prrsnutn surh a IciU- - I urc ,m iimi oi inrni lmpieincnis, ?if. iWa. rnn Danloln Sco.iton, of the MIhiM WMitfJ IT llaro, ra.'Tly'tTrcV P' A und 1. College, nKrlnuluiral 'i i (.or: ..' i r r i j. i. i.'ir m "ilnu of the main rcaa-- 1 J.. . . 1T..UI-w ftv'V' many plown, wagotib .ind lltuli In Ilealrf home life- mlcMkVfc, lavish n mO i -. 1 ,...' i 'out rohiii U,-- it'i - i oN are neeiiod uii the fnrm . it Urliins to all atik. The V for nil hnnus. The lle-,- 1p -- i nit vjui c ' .;i1 (. 'I.- - r I' )1 " i 'Hr i1 l p'wnu r f I'lirned, 'Is lieCllUEi) the i ik s 12 Great Serial or Group Stories for 191S lien 250 Shorter Slorict. "sfiff . f I Bin kei .n , house ', i H&TJ2 (V. " . i. by nottvl nutho'iUet. "The best Kditorial VjRe in the Kare artu-U- t .iv i iio not Bet thu proper ntton- '; jK.1 V.ifte :i''uovI, v A;..H nmlii i i" t i. Iit i country-- " Current Kvcnti, Nature nnd Science, 1 u ily I'ae, I5os' - - "I HOI nitl rnrt- - It's ini expeimlve prop- ViB MW5 a I'., link.! i t do 'iy v l'a-fI Girli' I'ase, Ch'ldron's Tnaf. Doctor'n Corner. Tlii-.ieUOW. to MoU-- Uohpv " i, AtS-'j.4Mi plow' ' ' i" i. n to leave :i valuahlo r- nr-i- r t '! Hi rli l.h.V tnanrui YSflw to bave, Gnmei aud .SjigrU to l'luy, Companion KeceipH. 52 Utwe, Ji.tX). , ii v.u hist need; or a mower,' ' I, f. VIik..' if i liio it !u i a irki or a touppr nut In the weathi !:. '. . J thl J.' r."- - 't i wt tr .VOi X1iL'&UWSa.. 3jti.tC tv!u c the rain hus full swoop at VUAAO er Low P. Mlih- .- "f America's Authority for millions of woain Wiat to wear liow It. mid whew the rust pliis huvocj ) i. . .1 i r i tie- la make i- t- lmw to .vc. 1 Kplendid numbers full of 1 asliious and aors villi tli mi'iul parts. sugesitloiiu. 7ocmts fiery car. i i 1 . l i..; t i' . lli pJ ic'iu i!. I h .i in ''ihe FUitesHful fiinnoni itro lat t .' ' i.i;oit"l w!r. . ' iucc of cvcrytliins that will delifcht nil (J5 QFj that an ltnpletue.it :hud,i W Jf oges, tic Celt Storiei, the Latest Style, $C,CdD iny! ilt t ! should Ilkfio . "U .illiT 1. ' ' I II IK. : ' 'firl'i ' a gond iiivestmenl. and the time well 'l reint 1i J Send S?.25 1 the publ i .heri of tin piper in nhlch this Offt r appears nt d t;ct ' lar way." Jr.. ' i hcn the season ! ovt-- in r;eiri At.L FOil' 2. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 32 weeks. J piitif if; the plows and other pieces ' r "."- - T umsoiicruiowuYciuiinCunioani njiibtcrrticrscily) rh , i rti '. nory Z. lhc Companion Home Calendar for 1918. in their proper placet of I i.U & s.l .:- a. ntrPAii's M,ir.A7iNF..,.f,Mnn, IVI j cm, V ....-.- . .. b .. j ...uuh.l n,i p GOSI until tiiy me wantod nRaiti. II may TUr. VOOTU'S COUrANION. BOSTON. UASSACttVSrTTS 1 always pay to take tho Inipl'1-lunot K9tTrm"UiHitjot yAjjj v tw w, luuvirj,- !. into tho shed oAt vt every j ; A u JS, iA AL iL ue huniiiicr itonn, hut machinery plioui I '"ISSCELCKSSS We Knock the Spots Out of Thin to nit he left out In tho open Held or mid' r the liarrcn oak all winter with nothing to protect It from the mows, JYP'AE.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LVHN.MASS. rains and IrceVes Unit Hake oil the pnint, rot the woodwoik ami corrode Flfty-flv- o the iron. typewriters. Lea-so- n French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la t Biiaii "Tiie firat step in the care of farm explained by Moving PicSuperior Manner. ahly nverngo 0 .to 8 per cent for the machinery is to keep it us clean as' ture machine. Seven big Dewhole country As all the sheep and conditions will permit. Wo would partments Sfhorthar&, Book8ena us your Garments and HT3 lambs in the United States today are not tpeef the best of service from keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them worth ubout 25,000,000, even C per the machinery of a largo power plant Music, Primary Normal. ExKent of tills would foot up a yearly f wo found u"very wool and part cov- pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN ,os of $25,000,000. ercj with greese, dirt, and other nc ment. chard nuii'iT of tnwJ bo'oro they liecaine , Position assured. hov , n lion t prunlnr the in Packages called for and delivered. c campaign.wiiicn cumulations. we Hie ... Neither should auocl.i- i Write tor catalogue. " vii. n.i.n.hi.i of tin cow testinc tint til muni' liua. .im- ti. Also, Uvt docs not take into, the Department of Agriculture and ex,,cct our farm machinery, surh as on nioi.1 farms than ut aio'l.ou ..bin now THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB lK-a-d the Increase in the value 0f .all tho state experiment Ktatlona have tho reaper,- disk, drill and planter, and acciunt ... ither time of the year AHk.ik Daviess Co, Bus. College nn i iimtH nAHmiiiirv ,ii rAn fintiifi vniu imo u.i... uum--r u " l0 civ me uesi 01 oervice diMaifd wood ihould also he re- tlie Herd becausu ot its lilKUeravei ago completely freed "" A. It Nail, Prop. thousand of flock coat of rust and dirt. DJrt on In-Incorporated moved when th orchard lb renovat- projuctlon and the conHequ"nt ! th-HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. but even were it nccessa- - oiinery is. very injurious, inasmuch 01 selllnu prlc of th cow. and OWEN8BORO, KT. ed and lamb in'a3 t absorbs inulstiira and rusts the t0 (ilP evciy-shee- p t ther urfbprinc. the countiy today to eradicate every nctal parts. j A crnenil Idea of crop production cost would b only "Now Is the time to clean up the liiplnK .. V-VESlieep Tick t'csl. tlck tho total iIim world over my he had from the tools, overhaul them and store them Instltu'e mutton and lamb briug- - about a million dollars. V'lth fresh report of tin International In a dry house or shed. The cost of the uk war prleej every farmer who if April ulture. which includes Fetro-Men- ta Relives Files such a shed will soon be paid for ii .Six of ten staple i il'es idieep, whether it bo a big or. principal count! h I'VrdliiR Work Horses. No matter how stubborn the saving on the machinery, and there rr,tiiniinlltl(h show an Increase for st man iiock is urgcti in gunni Careful experiments made at the will case may be Petro-Ment- a satisfaction in knowtill" over average production for the ti'tlnml the ravages of the sheop tick, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Sta- is considerable to look for an Implebring relief. A trial' will convince ing just where These cflinmodl-- j uls piwt wbilu not a true tick Is. a period of l'Ul-191- .r you. For sale by Ohio County tion in feeding work snckiiig para<o which Infests .1... rr. 11.... la... .Annlln. horses showed ment when It is needed, and to feel Mis are com. oats, rice, sugar beela. Lm-xDrug Co. Price 25c. h' that it is In good running order." .... l,,.ll, rirn.i nnl rnr.rllis. It! pntntoi'h and tobaccu The fllllr eroill Vl,... .,.. ....... ....... ,r. r,. ,. t,.. I,J .. ofcni.wfcv.. ' c.1,-1- - Home and Farm. v ..I. . r.ilr..inrv ou.iavi, ... ............ ..v.. , I. .......- ...!... ti .i tUlowilg a liecreiihe iruin aiiih !"-- ih iiiuilil all oei me cuuiurv tutu for oat? for work horses during are wheat, ro, Imilny aiil.,,,r 4ec,i ai Lilseil and spreads tlio winter months, r.' .. but Is not a sat.Stomach Troubles. iw k. Peel rijrht-al- l the time. Don't lay ot itaxsopd. It Is iutereutlng to notr-f- l idd!y. ehpeol.dly among clos.u Jierd- isfactory substitute during the winIf you have trouble with your from work for days by taking calomet that the decrenbo of M.4 per cent in i lioclvg wlieto It may can.-."-' much ter mouths when both are fed with stomach you should try Chamberkeeps yo' when pleasant Lio- - Vet-La- x the wheat crop is compensated by il.unage and los even before the piairie or timothy hay. on your feet, while relievingyourtroub lain's Tablets. So many have been the 1 1 per cent Increase In com, mip grower knows Just what is Hie le. Sufer too, and easy to take. Don L'. Corn is a satisfactory subfV-tut- e restored to health by the use of vhlch is Hie principal substitute of i. inter with lit,' Kheep. The presence take anything else. You can't afford for oats for. work horse both win- these tablets and their cost Is so lituf tho tick, however, may be it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys wheat ter uud summer when fed with alfal- tle, 25 cents, that It is worth while tern and relieves constipation. A natti iini the sheep scratching or fa hay. m ural remedy, natural in its actions SUM' .'j to give them a trial. u blilng agaliut fenceb or each otli-i- r. lliu liilriiialloiial Abcnlren-Aiij-ii. in its effect cr:'i certain In results. It ::. A mature of corn, bran and easily dls.cov- Sule. Tho tlcki can bo Lax wif won't be long before Liv-V- e Unseed oil meal, In the pioportion of tinllst To Get Itcvenge. Thlity-fou- r head or Abeideen-An-nii- h ed by parting the wool w!iei it Is completely displace calomel m everj Dec. 29. To avenge 6:3:1 by weight, is a satisfactory Iuka, Miss., home.' Children can take it freely an rattle were sold at the Milo cf i in on the under part of the substitute for work horses when both the death of Admiral Craddock, of with perfect safety. Every bottle zuar Ureed-- - Hipping is the only sure remedy.bti the American Aberdeen-Angu- s anteed.f) 50c arid $1 in bottles. Noiwt are fed with timothy or prairie hay. the Uritlsh navy, who went down rV Association held at the InternaiHs costs only about two cents a genuine without the likeness and sin This mixture is also cheaper than with his flagship, Good Hope, off the In use for over sOyearsI turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by tional l.lvo Stock Kxposltlon at an hoep and lb north mnny times itb coast of Chile in 1914, before a suThousands of voluntary nerage of ? 1,00.". Nino bulls av- - inst. beiidea reliuvlng the animals oats'. Hartford, Kfe. J. H. WILLIAMS. 4. Ten pound of alfalfa hay a perior Gorman onemy, Frank Culver letters from women, telluraged J1..S17 and 25 females aver- l.roin niiieli Kiiffurlnir. The Deliait- day for each thousand pounds ot live Ciaddock, a distant relative of the aged ?S'Jl'. All the entries vseie of rent of Agriculture has issued a ing of lhe good Cardui weight is approximately tho proper admiral, has enlisted In the United upcrlor quality and the nieinbers of pamphlet of instructions. If you has done them. This is amount for work horses. navy. States Hie nsboclatlon arc to be commend- have only a dozen sheep the paniph-l- i 5. Alfalfa hay is a satisfactory lhe best proof of the value t shows how to make a r.uivas bag ed on the excellcnco or the offering substitute for pralrlo hay for work ofCardr' It proves that $100 Reward, $109 The demand for good bulls was ur- M dip one sheep at a time and all In limited amounts, Tlio readers of this paper will be f : a':. .gr 'd medicine gent nnd the meritorious specimens else needed will bo an Iron pot to horses when fed Used Years pleased to learn that there Is nt lc n cheapens the ration. ; dip. ono dreaded dlieaso tl'M If and i CO were worth every cent paid cook up some .' vo i. entered G. A nutritive ratio of about 1:5 been able to cure In i for them. The top price of $.1,050 mjii liavo a big flock a concrete tank is Tl ;rv er3l'.armfulor i almoin satisfactory when tho that is catarrh. Coiur Ul plowman, a bini vv,ll be tho thing through which the .11 li influenced by constliin lor the ui: ' drugs in l:a' -i roughage consists of timothy or prai- require coimtitiltionnl t ITU. III if Champion Klomau, was paid by keep can be swum. h li Catarrh Medicine is 1. 1. rie hay. A nutritive ratio of 1:6 is acta OJuI. !t s lomposed I is U. It. Kershaw, Oklahoma. Ho thru tho Blood on Muily a farmer who dips his sheep quite satisfactory when the roughc..!y o. aii.d, medicinal laces or tlio system t k .strictly a show bull, $3,000 was paid wonders whv ho does not net rid of e ii the foundation of tlio i ' age consists mostly ot alfalfa hay. i ingredients, with no bad patient strength by build lilglirbt priced bull.,tlt. tckB aB j,,.,,,,,,,,!, or wny they for tho second uolng Its digestive 7. No disturbance stltutlon and assisting 1 havei so ,, ,l0 bC,is s. Ames l'lnntatlon Ho, which went to rc.tun. ... work. The Dronrlctors much tlme could bo attributed to any ration fed fnlth In the curative powers of Hall's K. F. Caldwell, of Missouri. , wm In this experiment. D. C. ll)r u copy o( ,h,s pampLIot Cutarrh Medicine that they offer Ono Hundred Dollarn for any ease that It falls ' TAKE find out that tho first dipping while testimonials. t. The horse fed biaa, Unseed to cure. Send for list of & CO., The Woman's Tonic Pioflt $71 ptv u kus tho ,u.ks docs nol km aU lhe Tentliix Toledo. Address F. J. CHCNEY oil meal and ulfalfa hay allowed t'fre Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, fc. i'oy of lOSSb nnd that a certain number Six Jackson county. Missouri, dal- - Jay8 alwlM elaps betwen the two Sold Evsrywhtre T rymen, who have been meiubeia ot,cossary aipplnes JubI enough to xviKUrarv)rUKueaMfiKSMMUCA9a ' cow tentlne asuociatlon for thq uMow th the r.e 9tflt t0 hatch out but Bot r. "'' last three years, wer able to IncreaMj enoeh t0 Bllow them , uiutur production l.tiOS pounds, and to tcks am, lay nor- - eecH Ag it ,ew dayg for t, egfs hutterfut pioductlon fl pounds for tak11 0)y each cow over th averaee produe- - , nutura )lUo tickb thete You can rely on Cardui. tluu of their herds the first year. The (s ot much ,eewny ot ti,re Th(. sheep Surely it will do for you each cow wa tlck ol)Utus ju food by puacturine inctcabed income from what it has done for so $48.90. The aveiage production oftle sk,n 0, Jhe H,ieep wl(1, ,ts laBCP. many thousands of other th year before they jke proj,01), is, or sucki,; tube and their herds for women! It should help. 'joined tho cow tcbtitiR association Is fut,,B ou t)l0 bi0od and lymph. The 41 1 was taken sick, fe to assume Ii rltntlon thus caused is vety great, It i not known, but seemed to be . . . ,' I Succeed when everything else fclls. 1 tliat It did not exceed 175 pounds t'f lespecliilly In tho caso ot lambs that B In nervou? prostration and female K writes Airs. Alary 0. Vcsle, per cow. Tho uverage pro- - Jro ift.btt.(1 heaylly, and whllo the butter fat weakness they nro the supremo of Madison Heights, Va. remedy, at thousands .have tcs:tfied. Auction of their hertls tho thlid year nimnt,y ot blood drawn by ono tick "I got down bo weak, of cow testing ussociatlon work v,asln 4 B gumlli FOR KIDNEYAIVERAMD 0 (otlU amoupt could hardly wall: . . . 10 pounds of buttuifnt per cow. STOMACH TROUGLE jtUen by a largo number of ticks is just slavered around. ..., tho ,...lltl tonstant. n ii is me oth mcuicino ever com This moans that tho hutterfut I read of Cardui, . over n lruj;j;U"3 counter. duttlon was Increased 135 pounds rhu Irrltalion caused by the tlcKs and after taking ono botU'UlUiLKKWEErUIMMSWk.V a result of three years of intikes the sheep restlec so that they per cow us tle, or before talcing quite koeplng records uud testing, and be- lo not leod well, unil'ln eonseiiuence, all, I felt much better. I cause ot Improved methods of feedhey do not grow and i.itien rapidly took 3 or 4 bottles at ing uud management aud a closer I'lius u lot's is caused by shrinkage that time, and was ..tla to study of the buslnobH by the farmer, n weight and a general unthrifty con- do my work. I ta!.c it in If paid in advance. This offer is to both which has been brought nbout largely lijjt(,n (,r infested tlocl .. with a con- lhe spring when runnew and old subscribers down. I had no appetite, through, tlio cow testing assuciimuii. ufUollt 0WCr,j 0r t, vitality nnd and I commenced eating. At 0:' cents per pound Tor liutteriai, a reduction in thu res dug power of Address orders to the It is the best tonic I ever tho average prlco received by tho thu animals. Theso lumlltlons not FOR PERSONA!. HYfilRNf. saw." Try Cardui. mumliers during the hist only help lo reduco the market valuo Dicsolvcd In water for douche topf wua worth $71. 51 of tho sheep hut ulr.o reduce wool pelvic cctarr!i, ulceration r.nd inflaui-matio- n jcar, this Increase Ail K Recommended by Lydia E. for each cow. Thero waa an uvunign growth Pinkhnm Med, Co, for ten ymr. ot Ul eowa In these six herds which J Xo exact estimato of the loss In the 1.70 A liciling wonder for naal catarrh, meant an Increase ot $9,373.05 alockH by the ravages of ticks lias sore throat end tore aye. Economical. dairy products uhoojbccn made but they reach as high t's nij year for their rut tiuauuiuiy VLca,mjJn.n...tcmk!iJ .11 L V VfcVy s wi, 1 ... .11 what they received from the fcumojsij C(Jll lu g01ll0 l1ockb aIi ,0li. BjgThjl.wTu.ViCjih.iM,. B.o.. NUm. To rlo your duly coring &cz trying times your health sin u. ! we j c considerai ion. The leU hew they found i-. - ' pW., 1 over. l.'arni Mnrlilnory n ,1mnrp. s; mnrhiiicry comes high )ft it Ih mora essential than We must nmko what wo Ret now-ndiiy- I go u lour; wii)n. fleading Value for your Family Biggest of iwo v o: r .)"..".. h t TfeeYbniKs Companion s , . iiii ii-:- i' ..... it' I 'En' t, 1 i- -t: . Mcrir, Mar,: ... i !' . fA ! I '& -- Try mJIiDIA, F KWHAM'fi r.A A ei mmmBm ilFOIMP siieep-dippin- EfeaaiiaazM J r I Farm Department , ii a Ladies' and Men's Garments ' ""'" am.- ia nia-rittb- v I!-- USE LI R-L AX , i -- ... For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. , 1- wue;-nuitio- 1 KSS !, vvwcm &. ii 1 sur-pect- ed ;J Weak . Women Ume-sulph- ur r. S 40 t- t ,... 1 h & after-effect- CARDUI ' CARDM lk , ogK-layl- GOOD CLUBBING OFFER The Woman's Tonic THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST HOME AND FARM and HARTFORD REPUBLICAN jEBectrid I I EHttrs I ,,, ALL ONE YEAR FOR ... $3.50 Every Woinim yauta j all ' ,. I ? fl 1 1 wxjes.; HARTFORD, KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN r Druggist: ByiJVyX ww. S&-i- 'iv ..Mr -- W-J i f -- tZ'M .;-- a.i JMJ - "rr i Hla nroperty of tasos and got themselves Treasurer; It n. IV.iir1ot. Tyler. I " up oven with tho present In the mat P.oMno- - J. w. llradtoy, Master; J. :er of taxation on their property i'.. Monroe, Senior noucon: n. w. nl without Incurring tho expend'! or co.it Stewart, .lunlor Deacon; Dr. PnlilMicri Weekly by ,f"4 w K J. IK I.UCK MOLDS. of suits at law for this purpose, b"- - rial'ie, Secrrary; C. H. Crowdor, fJ,"arFOl) PRINTING COMPANY If tlio luck that Iihb so far follow v& Inciuporuieil auaa I do net consider that It ti t , f it i surer. . to hold irht rr fair for any proporty continues W. S. TINSLKV, led his venturen In i ft. 33. SMITH, J. II. ItnjndnJ't, Muster; a. Wood row Wtlron may soon become 'jlilo Citur- - to go untaxed and fail ' T'rosldent " ?"ili.r Wanton; J. H. tho First Mm of the western hemls-r'ir- o. m ? i '( .:! lor'nin of tho dutv .vi1 i' ''. !'' "'r Warden: H. C. Ar- . No statesman of tula or any urdi'ii of It I not rn Kflllor fffWCI HENRY THOMAS .roimy; Dr.' J. n. Stewart, pt'.e,' froc cou.nry linn played so baz- to th-'who h!ivi paid to lot some fJT. H. TINS1KY, Awwiclate JWlloi-ani- l J. .V. Pole, Tyler. leA ar jus a ri'tne. Rlnvntod ly an TO wi'.i.nut paii;g. RuiIiicas Manner. Odd KoUmvff. -- f to t'i3 IVeeKlcncy, he at oneo tho new Coui '.y w'un Tlionc fort! Frank Hlnek, Noblo boldly too'r upon himreif tho sole Hoard of for tilts conn-- Gian. : W. H. Collins. Vieo r..wtl: i bo rittir on burden of ndmln'storing tlio country. Mnreh of this ear, it .v c. Wnllar". ?"ercury; 11. W. re of tl'i in eot ; Rial, Ho eurroundoil himself with a rub! will be their duty to carefully exPi--: Harvo Sheffield, Warden; not of unknowns and proceeded to amine cvory pieco ot property in the Kd Davidson, Chaplain. . to perform the functions of his ofllco oiinty viisa rcicrence to whether or Address all communications il; ttniurtoim O. S. Rowo, Noblo ji with little attention to tho ndvlce or not It has been 'tsted-an- d ;! Hartford Republican. taxes paid Ornntl: Wayne Kliirholoo, Vice hi conatltiitIon.il advis- i. n it for the lost five years, and ,1 Grand; S. counsel of ' I. Mbhcui, Secretary; Alvln WtV J ors. Ho then laid a ptrnijg hand up- will bo advlffed of every item of such f.ivm, Treasurer. no rice TO SUBSCHIBEHS n I? r faf to H)3nen.lf il"lrlnn th wi on tho Congress and found It a yield- taxnblo property upon which taxes B. 3. Dunn. Noblo lrlivlHe wkliiHln nuiliuir the ing lj.Mrw laont Klvctln-uU- l instrument for registering tho were not paid In nny year or years Grand; Kred ldlroy. Vice Grand; Tho V; liraiti 1 supply of wool available tngr.nt. J. executive will. When the hour had during tho last flvo years and no- D. Goopor, Secretary; fiatlao J.oenU nml Notice 11V ter lino itn-- f.? J. f Coopor, rr Una to? cicli mliUllotml HinTtlun. conio ho plunncd the country Into the tion will bo taken whatevduring the ominghep.r logically moans Treasurer. nml 'anl ol Th iiiU.r! greatest war of all times, and 01ltniirle, may be due. This, of er back taxes Hoc. tnoiwy In nilinmi. to direct tho course of It with I'oursc, does not apply to property will con nend truch hielier nriens. Fvpn & Ciurcli Notion lor wrvlrn 1trr, Lot tith-- r Straw Wnntcil. an Iron hand If all goes well, and thnt has not paid a MitTielont amount tilvortI'.,mt'iitp, &c iht lliie. Wo want a number of tons of now the Go. 'rnment is recommending: the use taonytniu eommunlnitlomi will recnlvH tin the war Is won through American aid oi inxes, as mai iaci win noi no esCtPEtlotl within tho next twelve months ho will pecially Inquired Into but will apply baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will of cotton-i- r xed fabrics, a recommendation he hailed as the master statesman of only to property that has paid no pay markot price. American Ass'n , the western world. Hut If the war taxes on any year or years within tho may ioon rcafj. the prohibition ,123 drags Indecisively on through Ciina.'borlan.i S. I. KING, Mgr. ninny period named. .. SO XToxxxxexn' avi.f.Ail weary months the result must ho dif If you do not understand this arBetter be supplied w.tL good, pure wool clothes OCR NEW I.INOTYI'K . ferent. Complaint Is made that tho ticle fully It would pay you to ask . DKCKMHKR 28 FRIDAY,. while this kind can 1 1 had, and before prices' President will not, even In so grave some lawyer about your rights and a crisis, surround himself with the duties with respect to listing your The Republican offlce hae Jest A happy New Year to you. advance sufficiently to make them luxury. a now Model I , Merecnttialer really great men of tho country. proporty ami paytns tho taxes on Linotype. This Is tho latest and most This cold weather is just fine If you Maybe he is right. Perhaps one mind It. may bettor direct tho eountry in this If you have a neighbor who may modern typescttitng Machine en tho like It. hour of peril; only time can tell. nut be able to read this article, and market, and with its modern lttaea-ment- s gives this office machine serHut ho plays a perilous game. If whoso rights may bo involved in thu Jluto you made your r.w y WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF MEN'S, he wins he wins indeed a prize that matters herein stated, you would do vice tha equal of the largest metropolresolution to join tho Red Cross? kings have dreamed of, but if he him a favor by telling him of this ar- itan offices of the coiritry. This Is YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS There is no complaint In Germany loses all id lost. now ono of the best mechanically ticle. governnow about the high cost of I am going to call this matter to equipped nowspaper offices in the ment bonds. WJTIiKU HOY HONORED. the attention of every magistrate in Suites, and we aro prepared to do Upon tho death of Warner S. tho county, so that they may assis in all kinds of printing with the best or Not by edicts of kings nor by surveyor of tho port at Louis- spreading tho information, und I workmanship. Let us mention Just statutes of parliaments will the wick- ville, Mr. Thomas Swcatt.-fo- r many rust that your local business men, hern that this machine cost us $2.- edness of mankind be corrected, but years an omployco of that ofTice, was bankers, post master, or anybody else SG9.05 and we have agreed to pay . by tho simple and unheralded les- designated to act as surveyor until a who may see this article will tako an ca&h for It. If tho yellow slip on jussons at the hearth stones must successor to Mr. Kinkead is appoint Interest in circulating it, as my de your paper shows that you owe us on tice in the world bo established. SUITS'- ed. Mr. Swoatt was formerly a sire is to make it plain to everybody subscription please send us a check Is well known In that all taxable property in Ob'o for tho amount by tho first mail. boy and We Tho Hartford Herald does not do Its rrltrfntr nrntincrntln r.mintv nffl- - Ohio county. Tom, as everybody county must show a clean bill by really need tho money. nerly county court the first of March. 19 IS. cials tho honor to compliment their I03"8 bim' was ClCrk of nut!pr count'' an1 wa3 I could havo stayed quiet about XOTICK. efforts to faithfully serve tho people to Position In tho SUrVCy- - this matter and could havo slipped r,P nffln.. lint wo I10,ntc( ,I,irln.r thnlr tor . r After October 1. 1I7, I will be In 'h will at least take credit for not crit- tor's offlce whilo J. Frank Taylor, of up on tho blind sido of a large numGlasgow, wai i charge of It. Tom ber of persons and sued them for the ollice of 1 :Oti icising them. Ir. A. II. Rlley-frohas now been in tho surveyor' office back taxes and recovered probably p. m. to 1:00 p. in., and In Kir office enough penalties and fees to amount OTCr wflliams Drux Store from g:00 Wo understand that while Kdltor about twolvu year3 and was so with its duties and efficient in to a handsome sum of money for , mt) ()) Coombs Is employed with tho local i:oo mon. mt. e. n. PKVTii.RTnv. cxemntlon board I'rof. Osxa Shalts its operation that the treasury depart- - myself, but I have no desiro to take ii.f m,t ,,,m ,u un,n suc-o- f any such course. will hold down tho editorial tripod, weut It my desire that every ma.i aet NKW COUNTV OFFICIALS. the Hartford Herald. Vo welcome wfsor t0 tVo Iato Sncumbcnt could men in Kentucky now and clear his own property as it into the fasci- - hf appointed- the natlng field of hard work and small ll!M a w,dcr clrc,e oE "cquaintaacos 's Ms duty under tho law to do. Monday will be inauu ation day or a creator sumbcr of renl friend? Tim proper person te UK your ucy for the new county official!. County lMimnitmk- - , than Tom Sweat. To business etUcncy property with for back taxes Is the Court Clerl: Claude Hlankcn&bip and from his etlciul dn! to co dim a KKK TIIK FARM AGK.VT. 5'rinKS a congeniality Ounly Clerk and you should prompt Before the funeral tears, shed over!1'6 County Attorney A. IV Klr't wcro re- Jo hi farm and rai-.- nnotliur rroy. ai him ll TorIte wherever ly attend to it. n fcar-"lthe victims of iho elected and will just slip noiselessly Dillls. WArd brings to ti.e Aroj- We regret to see hat thu farnisr; nsilm for buslnera or ploas- - Hartford, Ky., Jan. 1, 1S18. ful railway wreck at Shephcrdevilto Iatn over Into their second terms, but ror's oIHcu a hvtdnr ollice tram f Ohio county do not Justly under A. D. KIRK, ago, havo dried, comes tho ,lv' ,' ""ausuu'u isenBer mm a week Judge Mack Cook, Sheriff S. A. iLg and real fitness for the ork, and Caunty Attorney. .und tho full advantages to be barf appnintoeat: Mr. news ot another wreck at North Vor- - "' h!s Uralcher, Superintendent K. 8. How- with these iw bed blinket nchedulot the bands of thu county faria non, Incl., in which soren lives were 'Swcat ba3 bde an "Specter, and ard, Jailer Worth Tichcnor and It is fortunate that the people kite aent. Many of them regard tho ew NOTICE. lost. If nothing chert ot the elec- was uppointed by J. Frank Taylor, Dillls Ward will feel the thrill cloctcd a reaJly eoaiFet'nt cssessor. ,!oyment of the coanty agent m a '?:e former snrvoyor. He is a Repubtric chair will awaken train operaofficial dignity for the U'rst time y win H.iure uio peon mere win Xotlee is hereby jrtrea that fhc ef lican, but hie exsenditnre of monor. Th" have been to tives to their responsibility to proand wlll bn open to the felicitations of j,c no 8UCB :i ball of Ua asses- - "f.- -i u that this oDelal would if ctf;. lent ttial he was retained hy Mr. Ohio Coanty Petroleum Oonanany, by lu-r- fj 'a, their charge tect the ;;?e of admiring the consent of its stockholders, H their nffl..lla Ufriends.I- .- Ot each of .Kir f worK iUM Toar as eiinra wan (.,.- -! nnr,.i,..i nau mm vi , ng wi li. Kinkead wfuut he cacie into oflNe. n.aw AtU, t.l H turn en the current. elotdag up its boslneae, ad any per lowed be worth nianr tbouuands ef that abetter wan was never vorBcf h, oSt do w son having m claim ngnta ealfl ieUara oaaially to on farmera. The THB iate office in Ohio eounty. Judge Perhaps ne rend tains can be exwill pleas pMaeart eaaa. iiteat. Ur. Brevder, ie a eapabfe ave TeWR PR Cook comes front a farm in the eaet-eMARK i AGS IKffflB. X. pected from a Kentucky lecislature, BARHAM. fniiaed Uatritbtv in acHenleurt, part of the eounty. and te well wo hope tfce ene taat neets Monbut llfli, 1017. Md ateek eoielng. jmI every farmer Quite a aeieaier et hav t. kaewu oe a former Justlee et hie Carl Peaeoa It, Mean BAatMh day will either reieal er pass a seneeeinby eheeM ave4l hlmsellof been atada eff with rerereee to 4 Ke hoa been here for several te Pearl Meanea 3d. Seese Smaah.l )e dog tax law. If the statute re sible erivilexe of freehjr eonaulting .1 KIU,mKVA& IN W. the ininewmt et troperty In Ohio tflViaa weeks, and through the courtesy ef quired that any doc leond oy ihe "TBbont the arobleoM ed the few county ttm II tl taxee. Tne lteee-so- r Me retlrinr Judge. John B. WUm. Btllee LiiT. MCileair. I Assessor that had net a cellar and ..4 rfut rmimimm U liiat mmm eeeaa t etave been enable te At the aaanel eleeUe eZ geatly studying th. no.-- . Ji.s.Mh 33, Hertford R. . I. mr,meJr pronl.B M should' tag, indicating who woe its owner, Me. ac ui aoi3,iu iuc tcwiui, uiim la n ito&n j'llllllfm a., jroiHi 1 leasaM. cure smAoleat aeeittance te enable recenflr held by Bartfetd should be sunmarily exeeated. then tablihed aaen a eeieaUle baste, he. .. the follaviac him te emnylete the aisessmeat by 201, V. O. general way famillariilng himself j Creseie Raep II, NarHcrd It t U thn MAra BPAVranOatiVal atfttAal fit Ian a the owners would all pay dog tax. I 1, aa U msually done, or at chosen: B. P. Bennett. Cea. oni ; with the duties of the oflce, Jude Bertha Sharp 1 . Hartford K. G. January . .. The present law Is a farce. 8end, aU ond any rata this assessment has not been T. P. Carson, Adv. Lieet.; lam Wi"le ..: '.n,T" sa agriculture eolleKe with to the W. C. Wallace, sense nnd ie both capable and dis renn.. 10 Shaver, Banker; complete!. jaexson 12. nciienry ,l((J fnme ,de of ltarest that we ,f Much speculation Is being Indulged Tho State Tax Commission has ex Clerk; Luther Chapman, Escort; Joe posed to give the eounty an admlnls ..,,, . , Homer Teaa 22, iltda to- - Kthei .,,,., , in regard to the probable action of pended tho time to February 1, 191S, Griffin, Watchman; Mote Duvall, tration that will honor alike him- Taylor IS, Eoda. Vhools, and the result is that the tho States in tho matter of ratifying within which to complete this assess- Sentry; R. I). Martin, Postman; Dr. self und tho people who elected him. V. C. Ashby 22 Ccntwtown to i,. ,, f,,-- m n..M o rnw " ui. , ua 'v a nit,,' w, .i.w .m. tho national prohibition amendment. ment. If n gpod live, hustling dep- K. R. Pendleton, Physician; C. O. Aus. Bratcher wlll look as natur- Cleo Ashby 21, Cenlcrlown. tliy and contented. In the county Thirty-si- x States aro required to rat- uty Assessor i3 secured for each pre- Hunter, S. L. King and F. B. Bid-we- al as llfo in tho Sherlff'B offlc;. He Vaoco C. Bnird 2C, Hartford R. farm agent tho agriculture college is States have cinct in the county that lias not yet ify it. Only twenty-seve- n Managers. has been so long associated with. 10 i;iuuo ueiiiiiiii n, uivia. ... i, f,r, n,.,1 n nn. State-wid- e prohibltion.but the friends beeu assessed, I feel certain that the Keystone Chapter, No. 110, R. A. that ofllco a8 deputy sheriff that hU , Murlo Wedding 2G. Barretts Ferry L. t t:,v,. f of tho measuro insist that enough assessment can bo completed within M., promoted three candidates to nli.nn.n f. mum nnll.nntiln I1i.lt hlo . - T,r....f.. t,..tl.... 1 C ,! .. .. ' uiio7ii.u ts ii.i.i iiuiui;hmiu imuu ii iu JM'SBIU UUUUh o, iimrnHlH PtTfT. iKianlagoof it. will full in line to tho time mentioned. additional States If it is not the M. M. degree at a special convo- presenco. Aus. knows nil tho crooks insuru ratification. But it seems to dono within that time, however, the cation last Monday night. and turns of tho sheriff's office, nnd be truo that many advocates of local assessment will bo made In some o'th- Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M for tho next four ycar.i tho ana even auuc-win- o pruuiuiiiuu iioiili cr way or nndor Borao cther plan, elected Its officers for the ensuing west corner of tho court house will tho expediency of incorporating tho So yollr proporty wlll bo aBse3agA year, last night, but wo were unable bo tho headquarters of everybody who 14 measure into tho Federal Constitu-- j uildor somo plan or other hy or before to get a list ot them at press hour. likes a hearty handshake. Aus. knows tlon. Papers of nation wide lnllu-tll- 0 Election of otuccrs for various oth- every man, woman nnd child and first djy ot Marcll 1918 am, ,f rnco llko tho Now Yoric World. Tho tho Af,acssor ,jocs not gct to you ...AND .. er lodges throughout the county, as most of the dogs in Ohio county, nnd Evening Ledger, the foro the flrst ot Kebrunry It will then obtained to date, resulted as follows: wont havo much opportunity whllo Springfield Republican and the Lou-b- o your dBty t0 gct L,usy and sco On December the 27th, the Masonic in ofncG to mako now acquaintances Ifcvlllo Courier-Journare vigorous-,..,,.- ,, aoenssne vuur ronnrtT with !oi'nc3 selected officers for tho cn- - unless among visitors from othor ly opposing tho measuro. the Clerk or In somo way getting It .. s year and we are able to report counties. i!ie following: assessed. County Superintendent Howard The death of Richard W. Knott, In this connection, 1 destro to state t'rntcrtown R. C. James, Matser; will tio on tho Job Monday, and a editor of the Louisville Evening l'ost, that a great deal ot information has D. Jackson, Senior Warden; Iko Ash-b- y, real good Job, we are thinking, hn Is removes from tho journalistic Held como to ino to the offect that many Junior Warden; O. L. Ros3, Sec- going to do. Mr. Howard is brim one ot Kentucky's best known and persons in the county have not as- - retary; John Carter, Treasurer; full of enthusiasm for school work, ablest writers. Mr. Knott began hlssessed their property for taxes for a Geary Hagorman, Senior Deacon; M. and will put his whole soul Into it. newspaper career as an editorial writ-'yeor two past and somo for a long- H. Denton, Junior Deacon; J. B. War He eomes from the Cromwell eounis a li iaioaiaaan In tho car-e- r period than that. Such persons den, Tyler. er on the Courier-Journtry, a section that has given to Ohio ly seventies, but lu 187X founded tho aro liable for back taxes and suits Denver Dam W. B. Travis, Mas county more good eounty officials Evening Post, since which time ho, could be instituted against each por-h- ter; C. P. Austin, Senior Warden; Joe than any section of the county, and been editor and chlof owner of son on every picco of real cstato that It. Williams. Junior Warden; J. M. you may bet your bottom dollar he that paper. With tho Courier-Jour- has not been listed and taxed for Porter, Secretary; J. D. William?, will mako good in the Superintendnal and Commercial later tlio Her- -' the last five years and tlio tnxos there- - Treasurer; Dr. J. O. McKinney, Sen ent's office. aid occupying tho political field Ed- -, on recovorcd. It 13 no defense to a tor Deacon; Archlo Miller, Junior Then there Is Worth TIchennr who Itnr Knott found It difficult to fit in- - suit llko that, that tho Assessor did j Deacon; J. W. Tllford, Tyler, will carry tho koya to tho county'n to the political fluid, nnd was found not como around for It Is tho duty J. D. Cooper, Master; bantllo. Worth wlll bo worth while all a man to list his property and ; Walter Richards, Fomotlmen on the ono side and some-.o- f Senior Warden; as a keeper of tho comity's strong tiiijt" on tho other, hut was ulwnys pay tho taxes on it whethor tho As- - In d Roby, Junior Warden: II. J house. For this year nt least ho n bold and fparless writer, and the sossor happens to como around or ( omer, Socrotary; O. G. Lanuni, will bo nblo to feed tlio prlsonors l'ost haB played an important part In not, and bin liability for taxes on hie (usurer; Junp Lltsoy, Tyler; Ollle sumptlously ovory dny, out of the HARTFORD. HEIJTUCKY public affairs of the State. It iiuu.t pruiierty U uonu tho lets because , i'sou, Senior Deacon. boutlfiil crop bo grew on Ms farm Cromwell Owen Stewart, Master; lat year. Tbo Jill Is now nnintv, lu f.ilnnws bo said of Dick Knott that tlio Assi.bsor fulled to get lilm. only P. S. This offer is for n i, 'iii'e of tin most critical hours hi I am making this explanation nuti.ohn L. Wlllor, Senior Warden; A. V.. and unless bii3liicsspleki up tho IiIpIi O liifttury he 1ms ntuud like ot h spirit of fairnoM and iu order Sandorfur, Junior Warden; Delaicr rost of living nmr bit the Jill r.t..;.icK'i a v.all of birtb sjnlatt lbs would-b- e .Iiat 11 persona may clear their Stewart, Secretary; Dr. Oeear Al- - noxt year, unless Worth hat leisure Hartford R pu hcan. despol'crs of licr good nnino. den Hi Is a rent loss to Kentucky ' -n. 4VM S'klS fjVt &if&fltokft$$Md&&ii 1 m 9, -- Soc.-Troa- 'i 'loth I .. ' tax.-.t.on- e ! iit ii i 1 :191 y t i ' vVl! ,om : and Highest ces I.i World's a s roryI ' I -- 6Tnt a"tnva2Kaf''52Eir-'- t y I con-t'nuo- H that g it j that stage. d a rj ' ' Kin-kca- d, MEN'S SIJITS $10 to $22.50 $6 to $15.00 YOUTHS5 SUITS Mor-ganto- ' CHILDREN'S $2 (o $10.00 j a-- DON'T DELAY BUY NOW v7 I Carson Company 1 ""'f r HARTFORD,. KENTUCKY J P"aal . forts-soTo- t 1P Aa-smi- or 't ! uwa .j ,ii. ti ou u r, m inlrt die-Me- tt.. U -- i.ee.dil .1. I .l J '' "nhto. .. ,,, ui.rr. ll, 1 Ii...i I 1 K The Louisville Daily Herald al Hartford Republican BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ar 3 al as Parties renewing and paying one year in advance will be given the same rates orders to the Send eT t 'ti REPUBLICAN 1 Mi-o- o Mi .'''. !' limited time t Jff ,, 0SSS!15L3S22& ar Lixtrsi' rr M EEEESEfe. C3U .TiuJi'i' Mr. Logan Barnard's llttlo girl fell' fn (Ho Ico Monday a ml brolio nor ' noun tr orm. Dr. K. W. Ford nttended to V. i l- - H. It,-iiUtwn. lore i i.V u U t. - .rWr'' I Mr. Russell rirtte, r. Hnlllnsliurg C. A. lilior l)oy, nrrlvo'l homo Tiirriday to spend n for days with Ills parents, 'ilicie v a 'nd heart rr:;ilfr mJ toHr. nd Mrs. .1. II. Pfrtla. t lrian a . ,;n ri' t. k a KidM-- s. It. B. Mnrl'.n find sons, Olto a ili'paiLaii for Fran. Hurlrol I'lotior mil Watlo, ami Mint ".rdd the burial of Mr. J. W. But- Little li".a ?riy Lli.:a" t'u 1'atiL- - s ler, near Cromwell, Wednesday., l)h,foi I. ailoWS hi' ROMe t.J L'Wi.l.J- New accom-tnodat- o will be 'liv.n' lx.ro wi.tre she w.'l .it Mr. Rowan Holhronk lias bought High V ff the Uorry Urothorn tins Weaver TJra. R. 15. Hayne aid I'ang'iW, The Normal will Burn- - farm Just uat of town. The Mian Jtmtrice, i.cnt Satin-laand ci:iidoratlon was about ?7,Q00. begin will and a for their Sunday with Mr. Jln.ynT panvU.', of Ohio County our sincere Mr. and I'm. J. H. Sinwitt. at for Miss Grace Itonfrow, who lias boon 1917. generous patronage ntieiidliiK school nt Bowling (Ireon, !:!'rit the holidays with her parents, Be one of hi Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rcnfrow, at Kobcrt Davis, a Cavp 'fa;.loi tlirdug bqut We who will begin work in one of boy, ictunicii to tho cai.lo.i.uv.. 1: ycslcKlay' after spending a ( v; h. j a merchan' to gjve the public the very Wri Mr. Crcsslo Sapp and Mips Bertha with his mother, Mitj. I H. l)iw.i Sharp worn married Sunday at tho near town. $i were as yg ! residence Mr. 8. M. Hiardan on prices dise we could buy g rH routu 0, Iter Ilondy Wostrrfleld Mr. Kamcy Duke, foioman of thi flet.illng. existing condi-tio- n office, had a sudden attack of ror.ic-thinlow as possible under the J. F. BRUNER. rcsernbliiiir pneumonia yesterWo hnvo our plant now In good day and at the hour of Koing to prcB HENRY LEACH. Vice-Presiden- t. throughout the land, which brought running shape, arc in a position to the condition of his ailment was furnish Meal and Mill Foods of all W. E. ELLIS & MIO., of merchandise; much kind. about the 2CM Hartford, Ky. Mr. Claicncc Bnmunl. a telegraph GRAND JURY DRAG NET HOLD YOUR TOBACCO. any CATCHES HIGH OFFICIALS to buy There is something rotten in opciator with the M. K. & T. railroad goods we were not able Mini Myrtle Loshbrook, the pleasabout the slump in tobacco at Ada, Okla., is spending a few days ant llttlo stenographer for Barnes with friends here. Mr. Uamaul is a Railroad fflcials and Traiaaea Must prices. There is a negro in the wood price. & Smith, has captured 6G numbers pile somewhere and we advise the Stand Trial In Crtmlaal son of Mayworth Barnard and was for tho local chapter of the Ited reared in this county. Court. farmers to call the buyers' bluff and j Cross. ' uPorL5S,and is The held their tobacco. The world-maskA Hullett county grand Jury Invesconditions have not materially changDr. S. J. Ilaker, the Oculist and Ksquiro James A. IlollnK. of fer the ed since the market first opened and to do our best to till the wants Optician from Madisonville, Ky., will tigating tie responsibility we promise Forry. was in town yesterduy, Yciser House, tlnrtfoul, Shcphd'dsvlllo wuck has dene l'n tho buyers are "beating" the market. Stjulro Doling tells us that his motb-- 1 he at The Keej tho tobacco in the barns until Kv.. fiom Dee. 7th to 12th. The iluiv fearlessly, und it sow remilns of our trade. P3 or, who la 94 years old, la in excellent doctor is tertine; eyes, fire of charge to he seen whether er not a petit jury the speculators get ready for it. Price health. tendencies aro everywhere upward, with the most modem hcientific ap- vlll do likewise. The grand Jury found the We thank you again and tobacco will, if the fanners act pliances, and litting Klassof. Miss Mabel Webb, who has fieen indictments: B. M. Starts, gen rcnsible and hold their product off the rpcudlnn Chrijtmas with her mother, manager of tho Louisville and tendencies ,of prices. This is tho Happy Mr. Murl Wedding and Miss Bessie eral cooperation, and wish you all Mrs. Palostlno Webb, route 5, rewell-kuo- n popular Nashville railroad, W. F. Sheridan, market follow the general upward ' and turned to her homo In Champaign, Doling, a Fish- growers' harvest year if they will just young couple of the Barretts Ferry division superintendent, F. J. 111., Tuesday. Pro perous New Year. and er, master of trains and William hold tho trump hand that is theirs neighborhood, were married at tho Wolfcnber, engineer of the train that for the holding. Keep it off the marMiss Winnie Wilson will return to homo of the bride'o father, Mr. Fred crashed Into the local train in which ket. "'W,(M!tr?n:7F!TriTnfI,COi5 Car-de- n If you have been asking ?1S irm?7 Rot. Puphrcy her school near Cromwell, Sunday, noling, 47 people were killed. In its report demand $20. Tho speculators will performed tho ceremoy. to rcBunio work Monday. The school the grand Jury said wo regret that our have to pay your price if you vill has been closed sereral days on acstate has no statute making it volun- but make it and stand by it. Mr. and Mrs. Vneco Balrd, who tary manslaughter for the causing count of measles. wcro married only last Sunday, left of death of a. person by grosa neglect FARMERS. Mls MiirRucMto Rcnfrow, of Nar- Tuesday for Boonvllle, Ind., for a of employee' handling trains." The We ATTENTION arrangements to have made rows, returned to school at Hazard, short visit to Mr. a.Bird'8 brether, public will iratch with interest the Ky. Knrovto sho stopiol over for Marvin Balrd, nud wife, from there outcome of 'the trials of these men, handle produce in Hartford, Ky., a tlslt with the family of Mr. J. II. tho youug married couple will go to ns upon It will depend In some meas- which will give you tho highest f"h market every day in the year. ve Indianapolis, lnd., fer a few days ure at Thomas, In Louisville. least the futnra. of the travel- are carlot shippers of poultry cf."i(-anTicit to Mrs, Balrd's brother and ing public. 1 butter. Wo use tho eastern marSanta Claus was just, a little Lito -- . kets which enables us to at all ti'es about It but h mart- - Mr. and Mrs. I'AKEXT-TEAOHJiR- S UEKTIXG handle your produce. Jon Loyal, of Narrows, very happy Mr. James D. Turnham is another j. W. 2. Ellis and brother will Mr KrHArbTtcHe has bought Mr. d girld t Ohio eounty boy who has made good when he left r. Every citizen of Hartford, who Is Y. E. Ellis and brother will n"i-ac- o Jan'3 Tnylar's' livery business at their liausc er.rly Sunday morning. Mr. in Uncle Sim's army serrtee. interested in our town and school, is iho business for un and wjll Bear Dam Turnham was raised near Narrows, cordially invited to be present at DKCKMIIKR 28 tIDAV ssarae in connection with th"ir Capt. A. B. Riley, of Camp Taylor, nnd is a nephew of James and Hen- college hall, Thursday evening, Jan., Mr Charlie King has accepted r. feed and grain business Be sure tc ry Carter of that place. Jim enter- jotli, tp head Miss LMa Gardjner operator at tho spent Saturday and 8unday with ne cr phone them before you s?ll Ifc, H. St ST. L. R. R. TIMJB TABUS. position nc linotype bore and then ent on to ed tho regular army 15 fit en 'years ago willingly Biake Vout produce. , Mo. 113 due at Ellmlteii 5:J2 p. m. Herald office. boy, who and spent 6CTentl years In the Phil- the State Board. She te sco his wife and Yciura very truly, Frankfort to offer sug No. 110 due at EUmltca 7:9 a. m. are temporarily residing la that elty. ippines, and was later transferred to this trip from bring A rpedal New Tear's scrrlee will message gestiona and . b. Davidson, Seay Adams Co Inc. o. 112 Lt. EUmltnk .. 2:4 the service la the eastern part of the W. E. ELLIS &.BRO., Mgr. Ar. IrTlnctoa 6:B p. a, be held at the Methodist charch Sub-da- y Hr. Joe WesterleW. of Duailee, United States. He was recently pro- from the busy werld. Let us hear MJaa Gardener and reaew oar alH- luornlnc 6:S p.m. Lr. IrTlnftoa moTcd aJs taaiUr here yesterday for moted to a Captaincy, and is new eaee te Hartford CaHege aad tha i CHRALVO. r. LoutoTMa . 7:4 p. m. the puapoae at seadlac his ebiMrea stationed at amp Sick, New Jer tasjt&S sten and womea of its causes, Mr. WnylvB Barnet, of Saa 8:86 a. m. Lt. LoaUTlIle Jan. 3. Mr. Morgan Bldar and, 4. sey. Terns, haa heca TisMins his to sckeet. He la escapyiag the Attye JBtS. J. 0. a. m. Ar. IrTlogtea have moved to Mr. J. B. GrlBa araaarlf appesKe the eetlege. parents Bear FieaUaa. a. m. flr. h, , 'Lt. InrlBRtem wisg to seme huatkin, KVween . S. TIHSUT. Ar. Ellmltek Fasght has aurad te 1:4 p. at. Br. Brk FatkereeB. e( Matansas, Mlsa ifBhye SmMa, whe weat to Gormam & Ce. aaa cW lBai!a nt FahBcBr ComnHtee MM B. S. R. B. UMI TABLB. the cBuMrtte Ballock .farm. atgbt ef Mr. Okfohoasa aeaietiBie aaa te accept a FoievnB aeeeiviac toKatce at Fonts-vill- e was the Taeeaav Bha hVtMa daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Huth Boast. K. B has heea ecapemded. Our iefer-itaripesltiea wBh a law f , haa heea a. at. aad Mrs. Hr Hauler. K)ie at 4BMU Fakkeraea died Deeemhec 21. is that the peeled tobarce has BsVKB Jht a ateaeraaphic peattiea lu BounO. Ms. BW sad was hurled the following day at LeeR released and that the pooler: ArOiaar Bvetly and Lcenord Kim-Be- l. one of iho aepartneaU at Srth Hartfere .it p. m. Mrs. Baisy Kate farter, ef Beak-per- t, the Fnlkeraan graveyard. gene to Paau-ea- h are new at Kterty te sell tapir ef :ealTO, haTe (Both "WmtT Vrattw.) Br. Arthar Everly has gene to has Sled a suit for dfvorea treat on the epca mavlrct. The to enter a business college. te take a easiness course la rt he husband, E. T. Vaylar. Mrs. Taygrawers ef the Hrecn River Mr. Albert Wright, ef near Hertoa, alleges In her petition that she Draughen's Business College. should not seen forget this lor Mr. Hearrla Bonglas, a soldier hoy recently had the misfortune te leae Mr. Brnest Elder, of Co. K, 33t at Camp Taylor, spent Christmas with his dwelling and all of the contents, treatment at the hands of the contrac- was married to tho defendant in Au infantry, Camp Taylor, Ky., visited News fu- gust 1911, and that although she had Personal his home felks at Barrett Ferry. including $35.50 In money by Ire. tors for their tobacco and in the ture be move sure of their ground made him a faithful and devoted wife friends and relatlvos here last week. There was no insurance on the Mr. Leonard Klminel weat to when entering in to contracts for its he had without causa abandoned her Mr Walter Ovortoa returned to and Social Events. Tuesday to attend Draughon'i spending sale. Tho growers have this year In Augubt 191C, since which time he cehool here Monday after bad failed and refused to live with Business College. u neck with his parents near Echols. Mr. W. E. Boymer, of Madison- the trump cardi if they will only play Miss Hazel Everly, Rockport, who her er contrlbuto to the support of vllle, sales manager for a marble and them with skill. ' cither herself or child, and prays a Is attending school at Bowling Green, m See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood, i A. C. Coy, of Sunnydalc, will RrRnlto company, of Evansvllle, camo visited relatives here Sunday. lcwrt, with his family next week for in to sco us Monday, and incidental Mr. Rowan Holbrook is in Beat- - separation of bed and board and tho c , custody of their five year old boy. UKiaiioma. where no goes o loeaiu. ly gavo us ri subscription order for tyville, Lee county, this week looking l juuge j. ti. uooeris, oi ruruBiun.-TAFFY. . wns hero Saturday. oil conditions in that field. Beat-tyvil- te Rupert Robinson is attorney for the Into Tho RepuJ-J;canDec. 30. Rot. Shields preached is one of tho quaintest and complainant. Mr. Roada Wado has resigned as . here 'Saturday and Sunday and acMr. E. H Flnley, of Balxctown, teacher of tho Narrows school and most picturesque towns in Kentucky. Maplo & 'Chinn, the restaurant cepted the care of the church tor the A WANDERING WAIF. was here Wednesday, Is glued to the mountain side on ,1'rof. Oscar Shnlts Is completing the men. keep candies , cigars nnd tobac-jl- t coming year. Kentucky river, and although it term.. co, as well as toothsome things to the Wiley Frizzell, a sort of wandering Tho telephone directors met Satur-wai- f, Esqulro W It, Edge, or Magna, satisfy that appetite of yours. GlTells a county seat town It does not was tnken into tow by Judge day and appointed a new list of of Louisville, ) tnem ono trlnl and ron aro certain ' have a buggy, waRon or automobile. ns lu town last Saturday. r. Cecil McHenrr, a few days ago upon a charge rectors. Thoy will racot,lu Hartford .as th There aro no roads lending into or guest of tho family of Mr. ;to co back again. Tho boy Is an or-- 1 today to transact business. Saturday and Sun- over, which vehicles may ho of housebreaking. Mr. II. O. Awtry, of Baizctowa.was out of it Mrs. Forest Chlnn and children, nnd it seems haa had nobody only'l'han among our cullers Wednesday. day. I Mr nnri Mrs. Ilnwnn Ttnlhrnnk nn .run. The town can be reached y. ruwrouu or uy to look after bis conduct for some of Beaver Dam, visited here during unprcienuous terliiined with an elegant six o'clock years, aud has developed Into a sort the holidays. rlv-MEverything now, neat and clean a( Mr W. W. Riley and wife visit- dinner Sunday. wore ! sollne launch on the Kentucky Tho guests St. Nick was generous to everyone 'cr- - Tlie county's chief Industries are of wild dog, with no very well balancMaple A Chlnn's Restaurant. ed Mis.'lilley's parents, Mr. and-MrMary Smith, Fordsvllle, Mr. A. ed notions of the rights of either here and left all the cold weather Ella Taylor, ut Greenville, during tho Tl. Kirk and Mr. and Mm. J. w i Umber and politics. persons or property. His mother is that could bo wished for. Mr. J. A. Bellamy, of Deanfield, holidays. Marks, ef Saffney, S. C. F. Taylor, who has been ill for in St. Louis and his father has been OFFICIAL GIVES DINNER. was a visitor at this office Monday. dead for a number of years, and sometime, is able to be oat again. Attorney C. E. Commonwealth's Gee. M. Maddox, who has been in j superintendent Ozua Shults enter- - tho boy has shuttled from pillar to Mr. Clyde Funk, wife and little Miss Mary Bean tms gone te Bowl? Smith will go to' Owcnsboro Monday r """ " p"- - talned the county board of education pobt without a Axed home. Recently Miss Beulah Gaines, returned home to enter a business school for the rmenlnc of the Daviess Cir- - ' lng Green ung several days visiting relatives at at dlnner yMterday Elaborate pro- - ho has been staying around McHen-r- y yesterday from Earlingtos, where 'cult Court 'his home town, Rockport, Ky., left ' parati0n had been mndo at tho Shults at which point ho was picked up thoy visited her uncle, Larkla Perdue. Sim merman returned Wed- ; Mr. Lee r. ArK. '"ay.ior uamp Mr. T. E. Funk was here on busifor the reCeption of the guests by tho officer. Ho claims to bo IS nesday from a few days stay In Rollio Grillln. a step son of Mr. .. ti, dox Is P'irst Sorgeant in the Cth Co., and an elegant meal was tastefully .years old but somo relatives claim ness Saturday. it.. uaiiu, u ...... - ii.i-- n. v " Rnmmil Trnlnln llntlfillim CHARLES W. CORLBY. u ho Is younger. His case will be callserved to tno woicome visitors, Iloaver Dam pike, died Sunday of was to be tho last social meeting of ed for trial today und upon tho deter Henry Carter, of Narrows, call rheumatism. Mr. Private Charles W. Corley, of Com-wh- at Mr. Rufus Williams, of Heflln, Ky, tho Superintendent and his board mination of his ago will depend ed to see us while in towit Wcduei measure of punishment may pany M, 330th Infantry, died of pneu-h- o spending a few days with rtiiietl through Hartford Tuesday, with which he had ben long and Hay. After given him. If it Is found that bo monia at tho base hospital at Camp his paronts near Coralvo, Mr. Ernest onrouto homi, vftor spending tlu pleasantly Associated nnd no effort spared to mano mo event ngroe- - la under. IS years old, ho may bo Zachnry Taylor yesterday morning, Taylor mndo a holiday vis Elder returned to his post at Camp Jioiuiuyu wiui nut son, uyron wii-pvMr. Ben Tho guests emit to the reform school at Green- - He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Stella for all probent. (Hums, tvlii Irilatlouod at Camp Shol-,abl- o l to bis old home ut Ulrdecye, lu Tayior Monday. Corley, and his father, I. C. Cnrlev, by, Huttleshurg, Miss. Ho says that 'were; II. L. Carter, of Narrows, H. dale. ilianit. 'hoth of whom wore with, him vhn e nit tuo noya rrom mis neignuornooa o. Awtry, of uauciown, uim ii, . Millard Carnahnn aud RajTiiond AR kinds of high else Job prist- - ho died. Tho body will to wi 'o Robert Hargcss aud Alfred Won- - Csmpholl c'nmo down from Camp nro enjoying tho bust" of health but Stevens, of nearer Dam, Nat Liudley, aro Impntleut to set a "whack" at of Ccutertown.. Route 1 auJ J. 01. lng done at TUB REPUBLICAN OF- - his former homo nt Reyunlls "'nt ij torllcld, of Biuirer Daa. have jolucd Tnrlor to spend tho holidays with tkii Kr. Cnsrler-JonrnF1CK. I KooTi?r, tha Kaiser. Hartford Route I. the navy. hme talks at Equality. f 1 WE THAN I adjusting the fracture. YOU Mr. .'?. L. iking has x" to V.ionh-vill- e with n cir of stock lor uiv A. "100QQQQQ'4QG&QQ$Q$& U A Ml ORD COLLEGE MhUA . W ,i f- i- The Only "A" Class High 'School v in Ohio County Will Begin lis Winter Term January 7th, 1917 classes Wrintttoj!xprestoji!iejieqplcj tknjts dnringjthe'year that time. organized to School Pupils entering strony class its work then, prepare teachers' examinations. Department at havetiicd Jkeyear Wil-ll- er Enteral: that time. many jest ments, these depart at that i tf ot-&- For catalogs address or further information K President, or : : : t scarcity at Dcn-mar- ck year1913 jiqv ot forjurhcarty a I BMmmixmim&mbg&zs& Harifuru riev "n Jrtl An-toai- o. I nine-poun- I:n-'i- -lo rel-atlT- es lle j taua Ill ... .!: .1: Krtfe. .... ...: rtt ea ce Pa-eme- ah to-ba- ch's-tric- ; Pa-due- nh i U , I lu "" Man-;h()D- ( I as '- - al r . .' igj P K v- - f .u .,- - ks3(11BH&sk&wbki J, iTTii.iWi ill m , .1 hi, ,11 f ""y"11"" ip' "IT i I I PH lj f i iBfc ' iii fl i. ? X U question of common use- of terminals flATC Q (JET Til Tho reRhtr.it Ion li under the dime-Un- a ; lines, wiping ou( com- - II A I L It) uLI I U of John Lord O'ltrlon, speehl potltlvo prihlbitCnna, ninl waving! assistant to Attorney General Greg-orI rompctltlo control or solicitation of and ; sln!T of lawvors uppolutcil ALIlIJi) illJUilii trafllr. Vie ier,ult of lint action may. for v.ar work. Wl l,o tho URKlKnnifiit of through tf.iiTIc L-cllcmc'.-'- s one way to curtain systems, ',,,.,,,ir Noon Over llli (Vld. 9 inl ,TW I aril ! rr aerv.it Inn of other linen fori Jlvoryone speaks well of Clumber-- 1 I "OK UFtilSTKATIO.N OK s HAH. in:.uss.vcrNTr.Y wiw. innlr n)0Vini! , nll omhx; ,llrc0.; Iain's Cough Itemed nftor having' OKRMAXS. ' Mi Ml .Hl VK TO PRIVA'l K ,.0 used It. Mrs. George Lewis, I'lll.i-- ' A committee of presidents of rift- (O'nitOl,. Hold, N. Y, lum this to suy rognrd-In- n ,rrT3a ways end r n,' Now York was a If "Last winter nij llttlo lio. Washington, Dec. .'.0. The noH pa 'pointed to report r.s apoodlly as poj-- 1 yen re old, w.i3 sick with n rold of February 4, wrta sot niildc Iiy the ,lle A slblo what roaraugoniunls of passen- I doctored for three M'ADOO NAMES HEADS ger and frolght train operations could Department ef Jimtlco today for hint two oriishiI weeks. cough medi-m& and various ' registration o' tlio half lnllllon un- bo Hindu ut tho New Jersey water imtunillci'il lioriLans tn ttie enntt Hnos hut rioih'ng did lilnt much Rood front of tlio Now York harbor to til 'ni'Mlal Untie State by police I ticrmt using Chamberlain's aud until offieicne It was eipcclallv SfN Tal.cn to Relieve Ciinayilcd f'lllieh Roltf.lv lla lll.in" Imnrnu. J " "" In pursuance of " PoalmaFter'. n eslilenl "Utrrestcd for pooling docks.car Mont ul. Conditions, AdvantiagCM of Non- .., rapiniy anu in n lew uujs w.ib ovor 1 """"-""- " i.,.. 'u " '., and lighter, and mat Vstlng fnclUUortj . """"'" i ui Cnuiputttlim Htrmd. . fclllfS UHI1 ".' it' 1111 U llli:UII 171 hta ci.M now cotitiolled by iudlvidtiKl A Uy minimising tho danger from tnemv road In the I nited Sliitcw imihi h.iitvs itm.N The romntlttee consists of Siimhel srninatliUers 29, Due. '' TUK COU.NTY. WnrliliiRton, Definite Re.-- . f tiie PcnnsyliMuia, Proderiek I Marlter plc.i.s fo. adtulnliterlng the j in the Katem cltioM m t, .!,). iiiwaril niitlnnul uniilratlon of n Cnderwood, of tlio Hrte; Dnnlcl reftiU.-atloArapuhoo ittitton. ( oi . n,c 2 to i.ilroads an intproement of rntt-- !. Wii . .1, of the luitiraore & Ohio;' and gradually extending It .. , tho en- .,. .n. . ,it.in.,t II. t.i r tirl ill. ' .t ni.inll l ftn. mff ....-......... " ted (un.tii Icitir. w 're taken niw Vil i!n I' Trursdale, of the I.acka-- , ot cuuinrj witj uuuiiuuiieii irnut "iv' cut n p. mms loiiuecled .with tlii i ' v Director tJeifral McA'loo In tlio fear that some (itrmnns michi ' -. v.- .na Dcsler, of the, William (I .e piisoin rs aie by moving from ' aunt. j. tl lieu-btcaof teu;r'.i Btaff anil Vew .'I niutmei Jecev CMitral, and V. E. I.ciotn-i- s, iavoid to distr ct "mII'mr to pi. ad r,ui!t to most o"i.' d.itrlct lie Lsulnf r hi first foimal order ol the Lehigh Vnlley. ' irr4 ml lu rent to the peniten- -' Ucgiat'at,!iii wl'l i oo'iiir involve in. oi ull uetiiiK the iipp timo a committee nf n r,!ei io im.ip i lie tortures. i. Uac, con nn utitifttion o' ter-- l ii",'ic o.hctali headed by Interstate ,'uiheriir of rie.atlsd inforni.it i m i. s, relatives a I i.' mni'ilt,,! scam vh with the ghost i nils, ro'lnK ' niitrnini; fie Il m toLk and oilier fnoll-- " tommcue Cotnnilssioner llarlin, h.ilVU o e r- - (Hrman, togetlier of a conviit v.lio rccLtuly hanf, 'd j lmillns,' oi freight h the ahort-- ( . . York, denied to put i ' ii liar. eh In a cell of the jirll ' rttiils, and mi t h li nl all pre- vitt- his nhotfVr.ti I m.d fliignr prim into e. eci. a drastic plan ot forcing l.j't June John WIiiimih. convk'-- , t ofilrers and employe Alt"- - rci.ii'leri '" I'l must crrv a i i'k ; ,"o to r"rro"e their Height of the nii'ider oi his viu hm k flprcial InstriictloiiB were Hued for promptly IciTtificule card ami timnv tint clian , from terminals. in a cell, and now, ae-- j mp without ap,ini;'-'a- l r I liiin-fl- t ' place of te clearing of congestion in New l.ilNir I'mjIiIwii I'crplevlng. Chicago 111 roup h poolng of of the police or postmaster Viol i chhIIiii; to pnsiii rs who have speni ik and 'lho brotherhoods' demands were ' r o ..1.11.11s and otlur traflic facilities, of the regulations wil bp punU'i-- 1 li night in tl t ' haunted Iioorkow i s o pre.ontMd to tho mnnagers' cormntt- - ,tin the town clock strikes li at midnight, II. Smith, president of iid able by internmont for the var Alfred 1. and teo of tho railroads December Tho otders do not apply to (3r-- i a shudowv form muUes Its aipea-- the Now York Central, was mimed answer .u lequestt'd by Decemtemporary special asoistant to su- iu .51. Tho men nd:ed that th" t ian women, nor to any persons un- nnre in the Jail corridor and sliuf-- i ber 14 j ears old, because those ar" fles back and forth lu gruesome pervise transportation In the tiuuk wage effective der incioases bo made nntll the tlrst mys of dnwn line territory cast of the Mississippi January 1, but in a recent confer- not classed as alien enemies hv l.m Subjects of Atistrla-Ilmipur- y are nat ''I'P'" "' 'u'r tIlr" lllu iMrred win- and noitli of the Ohio River, where ence: i.ith President Wilson promised roijulred dows congestion Is greatest. to register. Huftiru you b ou should oxiuniuu our hand not to stiikc while the negotiations Several prisoners iiiuipliiined to In unuouuciiig the icgiilations to "Walker D Hlne, of New York, a wore pending. It appeared likely toniiide I'.iini wag'HiI'liey run liyhtor, ro niatlw of inai iiu' dny, tiie Department of Justice took nuiiu i.iiiuuii i railroad lawver. and for many yeais night that the brotherhoods might a special student of Government op- not Kre to avoid creating the Impies&lo'i had watched the noiseless ligure ' the bust mtCei i' and la-- t far longer than any . ptess their demands for perhap-govetniucnt looks on each shamblo up and down the corridoi eration, was appointed Assistant macliint) matlu uii.m you can buy no liiattur what J some time In the belief that in the ' that the liluriug the night, and declared the Gorman with suspicion, General, pending the formation present unsettled railroad situation price you pay. "Registrants arv not to he tieate Iglmst was garbed in khaki trousers,. of a permanent btaff. The Intertheir rcipicst for wage ra'hcs woul 1 blue shut, black slippers and white j state Commerre Commission was meet a better response at a later as persons ot evil imposition," said Wu alt) do illondsof Blacksmitliiiig and lit'- - J Instructions to registrants, "ami tbc M'O'.c the apparel Wllitson worn oil. drafted for an immediate investiga- time. 'registration otllcers are urged to ileal''!"' ''K"' be committed suicide tion by it;, inspectors of general pairing, csjiuuiallv tie hard jobs thu other fullow I inaneiul scheme. Sheriff Burden declines to confirm freight couditlons on Eastern trunk with thctn In a courteous and fiientl- Creation of a Government coipor-atio- n can't do. the reports that the Jail is haunted, ly manner." lines. for handling railroad securities Police, Wago lurifaica Drilled. maishals and but says tho stories are apparently lederal financing the purchase of and for We also niak" a specialty of Htusus-hopinand While the Director General was inllwny equipment is tho best plan. agents, and postal authorities are ex having an excellent effect on the , conferring today with a number of pected to in the round-u- p j criminal element of the county and earnestly .solicit itronage in this line. this I officials believe, tor handling n iti ir ' li kieplug the jail population to a mln-- , railioad hoads, Interstate Commerce end of tho nnancial situation. The """Iti'" tirrliit I'" tlnti li nnlr nil.) "" "vw" .'" X imuui. - Commissioners anJ members of Con-gie- Government financial sjsteni. it Is vcsiignie ami ciiecu up eacn iaci lehpcet fully you r.s, by the registrants. Certificate are planning immediate action held, is too cumbersome. Under the bo Issued only after a iKMi:its io ;i;t ioo.immi to remedy faults of tiansportatlon, It proposed the railroads would cards will scheme complete verification is made. The 'lo.vs or MTitvri: became l.noi.u that the demands of cost submit to the corporation all refundthe font i.iilway brotherhoods tor :t ing issues for approval as well as all intormatiou obtained will lie of disWashington, Dec 2! Deliv.'i U'i had bcci new 40 per cent wage lncrea-tinct value to officials in running 4 The issues of seci'iitles. down enemy plots, and in discovering ' of upward of 100,000 tons of Chilei a ' denied by th" railroads, and that then would buy them In and conseiiuently tfie labor men had dewhat Germans hoar close watchiiu. nltiato tmrchased through the Wnrf hold them for sale to the public at cided to postpone for probably sixty a convenient time. The task will be greit in cities where Industries Hoard under the food oon-ih- e Thiit3r-liv- e u.i s experience in the shop. days the premutation ot their case to German population is large and tiol act for sale to American farm In this waj the Government could askthe Goiernment. It was thniigl t keep cts at cost probahl) will begin In lailroad securities off the mar- l.e.Vajiapeis and citiens will be T unary. probable that President Wilson would Secietary Houston said o ' ed to assist. ket when it was olfcrlng for sale In cities of .1,000 or more populi-tin- n day that the hoard arranged sc " lake up the luhor situation in his ad- Liberty bonds ami other Government :m recorded by the 10 10 census, a tune ago for tho inn chase, but until dicts to Congiess ntxt Thursday or securities. n Friday. hi list ol which Is issued b the Depart- icrcntly it hail not been able to Secretary McAdoo spent wpnt to htop matt: is a c;oon pi.u' Congressional agencies trauspoitatlon facilities Ships ot Justice, lho chief ot poiic mtti.k mom:v his office at the Ticasury building, ment y on the new i.tilroad i oik and his assistants will administer the now have been sicuted tor tlio ile'.h but ui ranged to open headquarters registration. Louisville Hotel, Louisii;, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th Tho Senate Interstate In smaller communities ei.v at American pints dm lug J.i. situation next week in tho interstate Com- - nml , in.il illLlilnl. K.wfLit ilukii ii III l,n luiti . Ittnnilft t.i.iu ...... Conuuerte Committee at a hiicclul KMyrt liiillilliii. Aninni? tlw Hie Onl.l lloli-- l In Uiulsvllle Opcniled on the u.; ...o, ....! mii uith 4"" ,,lli,, b t!l"o. vfanitwun .m uj has rf .w,wv.,v that tmiiKigc iiiLiiniuii t brinir on Khcu dialing drew tiom Chairman Hall, whom ho confer! etl t01lduu,d Anicrli an aud Kuroix-ai- i pobtniabters and tho Plnns. worn hv a.ul of thu Inteistate Comnierco Conimh-sioi- i. f tlio largest oiiice in the j la tin rpinalnilor soon ) AMERICAN IMiAX (Willi M Uanit'l Wlllanl. litcsitlonl of th Ioatull3tor tho statement that the Govern- .,.. . i. ... m illl.il I JUtJIllUI (tlSilI ILL. Ill lllini MillCS c i i. isauiiiitiru cc wiuw ItooniH ultliiiut Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. . ..... T, . ... l.n (I..-While tho price has not been d '! ment's tailuro to ccntiallze pilority the War Industrial ami niuiuihui - Itliriwmlifnl.iiM ..i.'. ..tit -- c . Inter- '"" "i"""4""Hoard; icspoii'i-hl- o 7fi Rooms registration olilcer to gather the- ninl set, tho Secretary bald it arch bIiikIh J2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each nilinlnidi Jtion vas l.ngtly 3tuto Commerce Cominibsioners An- - chlcf f.O Rooms unly v ill be approximately ?75 on sIhkI lor Height congestion. 2. .10 per day: 2 people. 2.2.1 each dorson, Mejor mid Woolloy, Senator leiiorts from tho others and toiwar.l Congi-csTo Act Specdilv. 60 Front Rooms nni,t 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.110 ench them to the United States marshal loaid cm is at the seahoaid. All sales Cummins, Represontatlvo Reyhurn.of Rooms with Private Ituli: Scnato.' Cumtnius, i unking Repuh-l- li the House Inteistate Commerce Com- and the Department if Justice, hi will la for cash, and tanners will GO Rooms siubU a'.OO per dny; 2 people. 2.75 each ail member ot tho Konate Interstatu mittee, and John liarlon Payne, coun- most cities the work will be done by ' have to pay i.iil freight charges, the GO Rooms precincts. single H.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each State tortllher tag fee, and and othei Commerce Committee in a conference sel for the Shipping hoard. Kvery German Is lequlrcd to go to local charges. with .Mr. McAdoo, expressed tho opinAlthfinirh Mr. McAdoo has not vot KUIIOPEAN I'LAX (Without M.als) The Dopaitmeut of Agriculture to prescribe thj taken up the subject of curtailment tllu and make out triplicate ion that Rooms without llath but ulth Hot and Cold Running Witter. basis of Govoinniint conipciibcitlnti of passenger schedules, this couise 'a,,"liivit Information blanks, and to now is uratigitig for the distribution ot the nitrate, which will bo sold cm- 7G Rooms siiulc, j i.oo per day; 2 peoplo, $0.76 each to (lie roads, would bo passed speed- - Is niitlr.lii..t.Ml later. Po.tofTlce Olh-- 1 lur,lIhh lol,r PlOtOBnilh of hlllls-d- f GO Rooms single, 1.2B per day; 2 people, 1.00 each ono for each atlldnvit and ono for ly to farmers tor their own use durlly though not without some opposl y urtanged to revhe their .,. , ... ..r cials GO Front Rooms. alngli, c his icglstration ciud. Tho photo- - ing tho coming season, and generally ..i nal, sUlcuuIch acr(iiBy. nun ... me .. t.i .,hhis tl i.oo per day; 2 people, 1.25 each gtiaranteeiiiB to tho companies th Rooms with Private H.ul,. giapli must bcir his slgnatuie vrlt- - not In excess of the amount,, used by GO Rooms single, 150 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each average earnings for the last thtes out, and must not them heretofoio. ten across the Piefc-- r Clmntlierbiln's. single, 2 00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 60 Rooms than threo Inches squaio. yoais. tl, nf n nnversstlon '" "In Thu Railroad War Umnl. whoso wUh clamlierlall Mo,ncm, co.'s rep- - u 'ust ue " I"l,er all(l ',jve THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. solicited tempor- - u,EentntUo lo(lay, Wll had occasion rfliHwckrounil. rnnh has.-bco- n FOR FLETCHER'S y ' KUHipcM,, PiAB Ouly. Tne al)1(laN" Provides for arily by thu dheclor ireiieral, to ,jjscubs j a Keneiai way the mei Us i . . for address, age. place of i.oomnu'iidatlous " At hia rflllns. Booms Witlioat lUtli, $1.00 ;,i,j ,,. RM)ma with I'rlvaW Bath, f l.SO and residences TKOTKv AVKS JKWIHII spoedy moving of freight in tho j ,Bke p,TOBUe , c.x,)re,. .With, occupations ami up Hot ruling place Ib Town. a cago congested center and made slnco January 1, 1914, date of arilv- HoMK V .AljKSTXK iR jny estimaUol, ,)f chamberlalirs Th Louisville Hotel aud the Old Inn are located In the wholesale number of other suggestions for j, Remedy. I have a family o:'ul ln ,ll IJn"el States, whether inar- district and only a walk to thu retail district and theaters. ctonotnles and ofUtloney under thfl hlx clllWie and Imvo tUh remedy In led. names and age of children. L()B(orii i)ec. 29i. Th. London LOCISVIM.K HOTKI. AMi ohU INN COMI'ANlf, Prop. whether the legistiant has or h.tb '.,.,,,. Ius a report r an (rrvlew new unification plan. 'my home tor years. I consider It tho Tho talhoadchiets freely predicted on,y colgh n.m(1(ly on nmrket, lud any male lolative In arms against ,);r ts prosrad correspondent with that Gin advantages of the js j )uye (r,eU WMly a klmls..thi. United States, whether agister-'- ., Tl0ttkyi tho )ea,iei. of the Uus. nraai great nnncomiiotltivii system now be- - Kjrt c U(jMj pm)Ubher namlltoa oJ tor th uraU- - uUiy training. 0Hhrrlkl. mjardlng Kngland'a lug developed would soon beconio ,,011,y nepuWlcau-XewSyracuse. naturallratlon conditions and similar docaraliort favor of a aatlonal Ai' Tuar Swers CIKodV Full description ot thu Jnwislt homo in Palestine, so apparent that the country novern,u, m Infoiniation. The bowels am the sewtiage sys ,,, for (,j8 ,,) would revolt to tho old plau of pi iimu ami the piiuts of each finger r tne Hiltlsh m9 ..j tern of th body. You can well lnur vate control. They even went so far,,, """'t be taken by tho loglstiar. Tlia wi,h aii ,v w.i 'in vuki.i.s tne the result when they are stopped ; K, EAR, THROAT, NOSK ieglhtr.uu must swear to tho alllduvlt as to predict veiy definitely Hint rt!,,1(V When his opinion was PAY FOR KTOKK'K VISIT A nd FiUiiifi of Glasses woll us ... ,,0,lwve ,i,at ,i1(, j0wish ueo- - up us Is tho case in constipation A(; ..,, b the reglstcilng olilcer. Government owuoivalp a. niiririithn on will find Chainlinr. Snull po.tolllccs not cuulpped with , hi together with other outiaged control would bo a dovelopinont of Know Hie, Ten n , Doc. 29. -- Dr. II OWKXSB0H0. KY- Iain's Tablets excellent. They aie Tompll.0 ,, only fow enrs onnrosscd nations, needs to he mild and gentlo in their action. 'liiv Opnenhclmer, wiio rocontiy as- - the linger print apparatus are aclvU-i..,. ...... .... ....... . . .11...... ..vnn.- fc, (t(1(, . prin-- j ,.w, , 1110 iceiiiiB aiii.mK louoirow n hiii.iii iii.iuiii-0t() reguhlto IW ,Uo stork , U .rVl,i ( lt-'- "' tm ulbo linjirovo thu digestion. m s Ink and lollcr from the printer 0VlU utlvuu thut Goveniment unhiimp-,,,- ,, K,aIlKH Welsner.'iicoiv-.t- o ,pHt,iy ll0Cordiug to Its Monl8 iW Hon of control m.ilicw Govuriunoiit p(J JiJb Jw n B00 ,.,,nf,alo.. lllc .nd to make tho impiesslou upon tho onu Imtj(,nal BpiatIotiB. liiicf But Pohitcsl. ()C kIum. ll owneihhiii Inovitablo is I used on two "Knglund has.-- b Its dcclaiatlon. T)0 u,roa,N , alltlclputlon of tho1"1' fcl'rou, London, Dec. 29. "When I w.is Ono ot tho triplicate lecoids Is to llm,lu rostltiUlon for the two thousand on my vvay piomli.es rit(.t, It Is bold that ome ovwi( bJKm MVug U(o u,gkuUi Thcy to tho shore, after having H.w.1,-.. tt.x ... . 1, t.A t. fliul Itinr. .. it. riiuiir, ..M,t nn ill.tllllltllll m -- . 11m mo 1 uiu .....,0.i ti.. ...or. woi,i i,u ukjiiiiiiu i.i.i i.j llw, .kibii uuwn uKi.iu, voar olii! wroiitf oftho Christ an iwwu. u....i- - 1.. i... I ,linnl i,,.,.i,. It will bo s0"1 I" utttil us 0110 " lriita States miir- - W0lW ,1Balnst tho Jews. Tho iciolu-- L Tno ,.,,,, ,Hh rPW.Wui, t Kct level with fa BOom nlul "Q ' t'10 neparlnient ot tl()t,nry oItlm.nt 0f tho whole woill tun's chlel? of staff, slblo to bo Iwtk to the old com- - llli;k,uini0 of ..jJuffa0 jjir" Wclsnor. that blabpheinnus Tho public. It b Gqitiians not H,,,.h !h struggling for llui libera-- 1 hypocrlto, tho Kaiser." ' poiltivo system Juatlto at Washington. bo willing for, at ll,olr l,luc,J '"' U'sldeuee dining tho oll of ul, ,K,ri.(.Uitcd and oppressed .lochuc.I.novor would . Rul Xot l.ove. . Tho foregoing words are taken . . .1,, otiu-- r such a gigantic combination to op- 1. .,11 .,.,riv. wi,o r' wook of rcbruaiy 4. may bo icglster- - ,.OI1i,)a tun i.v i...i .McCALL PATTERNSpr,irc in, iimpucirr ISfi than en- - f. .! l " vciiurjiru " "'"v." ,.,,,.1.. '" The s.w- - Jojk .u - ,iors,0 :nKan,pB K ed in the dlstiict In which thuj- happrivate corpoiatlon. rttUbiliiy ncarlriir. yens, hul.t in nail 43 ctiito j cM unlJ MUUul act." yim Rhoudda. P titty cny and town In Hie United btite. tn . oinl leason Is that slocl.holders. onco tilf i lien to bo. Registration plans will direct, by f Carwdi, or mate,nullbend fur Mora 10U lh. Ires ctdlogui. ' tny other giiaranteo I a fair intmn on their Tiuo lane. WIiiiCn Tlio Answer. Sho Isn't It iunny? When 1 look bo made lutcr for tho PhllI)pitios, ' MAGAZINE lu railroad blocks, would at you I can baldly control myself Hawaii, lho Puuamu Canal Hone, Tlio Count So you really bellovo stop to think about HcCALL'S "i)o jou ever Mare lubtcribtrt Hun my otrtrt fiihlo.i Alaska, Vlifiln Islands, Gaum and that Lord i'oorman's marriage with how much ou might save if jou , BUgajliio million a month. Invaluable, I.al not wniit to nit urn to tho uncertain- cither. illrmnaklnir, niillnrry, et tlylea, pillrillt, necdlewuik.lulrjrestln., Samoa. Several million loglshation tho Anioilcan lietross was a lovo won? to slop smoking?" ties ot present private oporatlon. iilaln ten!ni;,(incr -Z. ....,, t muni .,,1.1. . flnlu ri ...t.. Coiigeitiou. - match, do you? bluiikb and otier fprnib are being proPlans To Relievo ( "hook here, friend, I'm one of year (worth ilnuble), including a I ret bub.cnbe tuday, or temt lor iupl cori, paicd lo the Depaitmont of Justice Thioiigh th. Rmlroail tui Iloatd 'J he Dake--O- f course I do. At first thoso cliupa who novcr touched tobac-an- d INUUCEMtNTS FOR FLETCHER'S will bo distributed within tho ho lusUted on half a million, Ur. McAdoo called on all lullroad but .con and I urn $11,000 In debt. How I VOM8FtL Iiial ftfiulum catalogv I anJ iicwcasli JrUeolrcia. AJdres next tow weeks,. f iluallj nsreed to accept H'JS.OOU. ycbldcuU 10 wtci up vigoiously tlio do ou accouut for it?" sal ItcCUl Cfc. SI to W W. IJik 8C Hi MM . I 0.8. WILL SOON nuil parallel y, M9 MStSjSWrSrJVW li" - ,. ,.,u,imv ta ,,, j -- m;'. r'i i 1 !.,., .,,.,. -"" .,,-!.- 0 0-- I n 1 to-d- .. . i ' v ! "pgi-ti-Atl- Hub C'othJttg i H T I'FORD, KY. Co.i ft c i , - -- i 1 !94''o.' VSViSAVi.Vl.'r'W.'ij re-.!i- ' W affoai jJ. vry w asroaasl iy wagons! , i t ' i 1 i i ; i I g 1 yui i ss at j iA.B.Row6c Son! Centertown, Ky. - oh-(.I- to-d- io for to-da- to-d.- iv . lfgr-l.ttio- i to-da- 11 P' ' 'JW lf ,., ,.,. a. "'" record-prusentc- '".' J Children Cry CASTOR A I to-d- t0 .. ,.,,, ii:ii ,,, ...,..,.. DR. J. H.THORPE i.it ask-befo- ro 11 11 .a,., tuly l'-- " . I . ' .. tho'" ... ,.,...., ! 11 ...,.,. W .- t ' Children Cry CAST.OR A ilti-rn- , loA-cnt- I v I ' - J. r IjhW? & mmfyrisrA mf'(ff GUATEMALA CITY IS WRECKED BY QUAKES f i anlr tn," llteht'T re- uir.n- - nnl piled. "Old th nirr Iwlth Tot 7" "All of "jinf .ipnrcntly did mil. ' u prison. or 1 wnnl I iot i IkTP, or aald. 1 1917 RAIL TRAFFIC BREAKS ALL RtGORCS pany of llii" ?1P,000. ry nnd CMom' 'it c " ' . I MwiBrs or flu) band fxlorlcJ monoy fiom viellir affor Uioy bad m boon lured linn (tPo'frd vioi-'.miMidIf n 'i fflei" iUtc nol by p"in-i- Mi ; CSttSiireft ' Cry -. Sosr FiG,S2aervs m-1 ll I '.f .! PS IM'IH. TttOi'BANllH OK .MNS 'H UJ'H'lr f'RlTlK- - Ii l f ) JT (lAH sr iHMTtlltlANth8. Uh tm- - '! U 'tt'li w'H IN mLhio.v, IIMtOItT first .uj OK tbeirrelf'H as Xiulnrnl V ,i 'ion, mint ' i i (i ( '.i I ity Ton in y h U' .n ''"My per rpjjrr".' o.rrn.'.pon.lf nti ry fthont him nitd vi rieiflnl- - (tllC'II 1' fare urn M'Vtirnl of IB. t i ' l)'l prom Is lo rtrnp pn'moMill'ii All tlje i. ot th' La to oui! li Aln will i Irrn ilii hen for Uml itKm'i ..".. ' , mr ".. J . , . 'y '. p Sf ; aMatllMBt W m ima jttjn "ii cfa 'J rt i UBF? Mtr "- - 0-Ir'- lr ? Tim ir-- i nil (h, til lif Ij, h. ii i in il ub iiniJ la'j in tbo i erf (. (' talO Ijripl'-'i- l lit WJB tl.l- hand, rrfnr.iie, dlnpntch lu day ill n Wirolpjn two tlicrn i , ow ' arm Unit tin rni;u-a- ft of tho lmyounl. 3. i Denver, Dec. 29. Tho Denver government mint Is working day and night to meet tho demand for 'prn-n!'"nnd other snial coins caused by tho "odd" chnngo ncccssnry in the 011. pnyment of tho now war taxes. Exidm: iiini lui'i'nii sho said lo Mr. "Lawd re' ItV PltlStl.V I'AIT.i: actly 19,004,000 pieces were coined Lewis, "h W : I RWltia loll dat ain't during November. This was a rccord-breakSign man's I'lilillcallun no dlvorc jamoupijAui: in use Kdttor Of Itastllo for tho Denver mint. The not.' It; well. I Is . (r Illinois Peiiitentliiry, c'ovkit up dkkeats raid today the record hi inows thv slubbornnes's Mr. Soniftliln Of Whk. for this month will bo tbo greatest In of the U llbflto rox. Ho did all ho Excepting London, Dec. 29. A valiant effort tbo history of Oiu mint. an thu 20. Tho could to .plal" lJTcta "OBro that s niado by Ucn. von Ardcnno in tho December Dec. III.. PanvlUe, rniim were 05,309,800 you out of tho .prlin Tagoblatt to dispel the dls-.a- y minted this year, the largest in deIllinois penitentiary at oxomptlon cUm .Sotithurn army am! not out of l''5 bonds ot j!cccb. caused In Germany; by tho Chester If the homo of one of the. livenomination being fifty-cecouldn't Ret by. , but li progress of tho A11IC3 in the liest dally papers In this part of tho matrlmot ot Ibo It toolt i 'O inlirt force e.5t country. The whole buslr.bss, be raye, I'.inn lilmr Cons Vp. tho assistance of Ci irl nml uulto slmpln: It lt piibliRlied by Harry IJ. Ross, niverhead, U I., Dee. 30.- - -- Farm persuado tho to ui lidt rs "Tho (Jerican High Commiind Is laborers an- - demanding $100 a month alias Kd Williams, who san convict- several mxt lo to put ,i ero&ft-mar- k Isposed, In curtain clrcumslanccs.lo ed on a charKO of larceny. Tho name womiiu ard keep In this vicinity, yor this Hie I ottom of the claim, a "no dUtrlct. wh'ch Iiavo lost reason f armors 'view witb aiiprobon- of the paper Is tho V.astllo llcacon. her name a' llio door llrm in Inportanco from tho standpoint ilon tho outlook for next ycaTV. crop. Hncatli thu dale lino appears the and she wmt out her belli J "li.it W- Jowls was; some motto. "A little, iiodloiiko now and tactical decisions if It Is judged "With normal conditions, plenty of la- -' so't of if'tilTtwru ajiark with llendlsh by convicted men." i lie a is relished it y those means It may bo po?s,l- - bor was avail iblo at $30 a month and npmi her hurfiaiiil. ontlre-- v deslBim o lo ;:'.re ,. llond of our own l.cup, nlth-- many farmers paid as Tho four sheets are written 111 en, while, inflicting heavy losses high ns ?b0 Inct teason. pencil by the editor. There ap-- l i WKcmsi: IV -- . n 'bo enemy .ars i u the editorial juro "Helfi MAltKI i'.UITISH I'ASUAITIES ' Thia theory has been officially ap- Five l!ron;Iit Down. Wilan'n Health Hints for llhrt oved, and ought to Le carried out Hiurts," society column, poetical cor-ao- r, London, Doc. 31. Tivo German London, Dec. 31. British casual'court procecdlni;,' cartoons of it once. Tho reader of tho German airplanes wero destroyed or put out In December reached, a wspapors should therefore not ol- - of action yesterday by the Britiah, dally bnpponluys and a daily short-str- ties reported total of 73,527, divided as follows: ow himself to b influenced try the who lost none ot theirs. scctioa. s, Killed or Died of Wounds wero victories of enemy In a recent lr.sae tko editor took a i nounccment hostile machine "Two 1,145; tnou, 14.805. Saturvhlch may automatically follow on brought down In onr linos HtS at the Idle rlcb by carrylnr, Wounded or klfolng Officers, ivacuatieaa of this aatnre." a Mew York date lino, an day," enys an official ctateaant rivmen, 60,336. "A 1fetr4 diiCUsslBK tbe aerloaa Illness of en out here Casualties reported from Decemtemperamental and brought down in tbe cseiay'fl lines. a high-bre- d as WILD AMIUAIM FUAST OPT ber 26 to $1 wero 9.J51, divided JIATSTACKS OP VILIjAGKIW Two other hostile machines were drivFrench poodle, the property of a Fflh follows: . "social batteriy." en down out of control. Jleae ef enr atcnae Killed or Died of Wounds -alrplumes la aataeing." Oiray, Col., Dec. 30. Tba CS; men, S.60I. Spraiaa And Btonlww Relteved. by the clcut protoction glvne Wounded er Missing OHlcers, StaU Game Commissiontbam All kinds of high etaes 'Job printiSloan's Liniment qatckly takes the and the ng: dune at THE KEPDBUCAN OV- eppatns, bruises 238; mca.-T-.tSealu out of strains, United States forest service, in their British eanusltlPQ this month show offorts to preserve tho deer, elk, ante- F1CB. A clean, add all muscle sorenea. . from Novembor, a markod decrease sheep that roum clear liquid easily applied, it quick-- y reSortlng thu Blowing down of opera- lope and mountain penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's tbo Colorado forests has resulted in with tho coming of winter. Tbo Liniment does not stain the skin or tions FOR FLETCHER'S tho largo herds of the animals becoming was 120.089, clot,' tho pores like mussy plasters or total forfmon.th. domcslicatod. It is no nnusual sight highest In'flvo months, owing to tbo Kor chroiiic rheumatic, , in tho towns bordering the Uncom-pabgointments. me sovoro ni;htliiR on tho Cambral front. National Forest to ceo many MASTlCIt ;MTMIK.SIONKU'.S SMM. aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and The figures for tho last six days of n rem lumbago have this of those wild animals grazing in the December are much lower han for Ohio Circiiit Court. cdy handy. Kor tbo pains of grippe village streets or approaching tbo inpreceding fix days. Tho report lAnn M. Wes.torticld, Guardian, &c, following strenuous work.lt gives tho aiid gave viting haystacks of some ranch for Plaintiff, 4 the period December ifick relief. Ai all druggists, 25 for a feast. Vs. Notico of palo total of 13,'.I19. 2 the Oma Leo Wcsterllold, et al , Defendcents. o. ants. ZrONJKTS OPEN DUIVR FOR HA'll'H (Il'INKA Ki(W Dy a judgment and TIlUKATIINKl) PHKHIUKNT. UK8TOKATION OF PALESTINE of salevirtue ofOhio Circuit Courtorderronof the TAKKN MOM SICK SXAKK dered at its May term, 1917, for the S'ew York, Dee. 29. Oustave Paul New York, Dec. 30. reparations purposo of educating and maintainMonltrje, Ga., Dec. 29. Seven young for launch-- . ing tho infant defendnnts and to pay Illchter. son ot a surgeon In the Her- guineas,)' 'all christened "Jonah," bo- - wero completed all costs of this action, and tho cost nation-wld- o Zionarmy, no longer will stand be ing tbo man causo they spent "irnrl of their of this sale, I will offer for fuIo at hind n counter in an Eighth Avenuu ist campaign to raise $1,000,000 as public outcry to tho highest and bett repperiod In 4ho stomurh of u bniu-rtny: tho n preliminary fund for und bidder at the court houso door In tile without "harm to themsolves or of a Jewish Stato in Pales-tln- o Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, Jnn-nar- y "U6i minis should all go In n hody tbo snaiie, until tho latter wrb un- 7. 1U18, it being regular county t. and tho restoration of the Holy . ' to Ihe White Houso and kill the i i... it.. uuppny cm opi'll, uro iu" n mm m nnc. f Land. Local organizations have court day, at about the hour of ono lie is not fit to rule this o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six session of 1,. 1). Alford, of Colquitt been formed In 400 cities throughout months, the following described propAfter tho war tho people county. would not have a man like Wilson this the country. The first fund, it was erty, t: xvi. ii.. ..i.iini. ml I. mi parlr A tract of land in Ohio county, asfor their president." a snake ly- announced, is to be expended in M.--. full, Alfcnd noticed certaining needs for reconstruction, Kentucky, described as follows: lands Tht. reasou Klchter will bo away ing Iu Hounded on the North by the a cotton row lu a torpid stale from Eighth Avenue Is that be was with Iti body considerably swollen. costs t permanent ot Jonathan I'uckett; on the East by Interned on Ellis Island yesterday. Killing tho suako aud culling It op- and other survey work. Zionist or- tho lands of Mrs. James Gill; on tho Iu addition to facing tho charge ot en Alford found seven guinea eggs ganisations later will undertake to South by tho lands ot Abb Clark, and tring an enemy alien he may be inoido of it, which had recently been raise a huge fund ia all parts ef the on tbe West by the lands of F. D. Wertrrfleld. 'arraigned soon for violation of the stolen frorujtlio nest of u setting hen. world. lining off of the East side of the IT. J. Westcrfleld farm, containing 25 law to punish persons who make Placing uuder a setting-he- n As acres, morn or less, and being n part ALLKUKO IIIjACKMAIIj threats ugalust tho president. in hH nearby bam. Mr. Alford was J.EADKK IH AUUKHTKI) of tho samo land conveyed to M. T. ho fallod to register, In uccordanco ovorjoed a fo days later to And WcNltrnoSd by James Casey, on the with tho selcctlvo hcrvlco law, he .n.,nn ii.ii- - ....ii..u out and t22m! day of Oetober, 1901), which " l. u l...llnl,.,l f., II...I nl. Georgo Irwin, deed Is of lecord in deed book 37, .. New York, Dec. 29. ..i.i.l.. wn jirouuui ...Ill ." ihalH)y A alleged leader of a blackmailing band pago 441, Ohio County Clerk's olllco, so, acordlng to John C. Knox, chief." said to have mtorted moro than $1,- - and sauiii land Inherited by Onui Leo aeslstnnt United States nttomey. A Gluvo Tliat WritM. i, Wester-flel- il to America in .Jun-unrsurgical 000,000 from its victims vhllo oper Weald fluid nnd Myrtle M. T Woster-'lel- d. -A Itlchtcr cimo Dec. 29London. T from tholr father, 1914, and for a time was em- gloyi' has bcou Iim-iitewhich will ating hero uud in other clltos of (lie ployed by tho Ilolliuul-Anierlca- n Tho piirilinttor ulll bo raijulrod to cnabU' a man who has let tho wso of country Iu 191G, bar. been arrested In lo Inforimi-(Im- i extcuto 'ootid liutiu'oiutoly afir.r sal.' Ste unship Lino. Uecently ho obtuiu-o- d the tuulons m tho back "f tho baud Ianstir. City, accordlu y by Assistant ttllh ppruved security ami a lien 5 rocolvnd wo11 wor.k ul tho bukory of J. H. I.et-ta- l, lo bo oTile t. I v.if iu !l tliare. ap If United H tat eghero ' rp'Mil on said Uud ue nd- Attorney Knox. N'o. 107 nighlh Avuiiue. Ho' llv-iThis n tendons ho hud tbo ' l' c. ill tv Irwi') Is under rudnrnl Uidtcfnx it i the ilt'oiix. : '. i' otntOMojit w fila Dfcwn- mudo by .Surgeon 0p- f,T- - .1 ,vuh Mm' iialv i ; v Mr. Knox nbkeil him if ho hud urnl Hr FrrnicU Trolwr' '. ' jiU) tie I'liuarka fino''l Vhlrn'i ' b'a oi o) fi'it f u h..d . (I reportoil. Tr aT:.inm.J:U AD to h"l " '" ' J1 I f pi "" 1 made thom to foam vitfr- "Yea, .our pro-foui- id irom tlin Aitierlcnn ( barge ' n'ii of llio Sixth 'ortv deal It h linvo Iicfii olflelally re- Infantry. ba a ue of that port, d and thoiifttindj wero honinluHs. innko uome of (ho mteniplH of tho M.irllnl law had been tabIiahoil aii'l lato II. O. T C it l'.'irrablo descrip fiood firilcr prevailed. ibiltiV piny With gun in bnildln,; tions mcro Tim American IcKiitloii arloms movehand, executing ftlio wiih damaged nnd Ilia conniilnto ments before a Ti'tip uf MXty or sev(ho dispatch paid, litit Amor-Ica- n j Scifjt. 1'nrbx. Kocs diplomats enty rci;olarH, and otlirr forelKn like P,s: were Bain. Tim location tnu cro wiled omuthlns point, no. adducing! 1 "Low; with relUKem, j;et number olio in the Ruin ami withTills mersaS'1 ol condolence hui ftffiet to withdraw. We pent Ity 1'renldcnt WIIhoii lo draw. Do.i'l bail Urn habit of toss-lnJut-bad a man who Xtratla Cebrora, President of Guatethi lloeliui over his shoulder, mala: until one line uioriiliiB be toRm.d one "In the great affliction with which of the bloody butcher Into the coloyon ro now visited let ma rxpruss nel's breaUfant. Now, lone point and iir. my behalf and on behalf of the !k1 number tw. Adianeo! Turn at people of tlin United Stalan Ike eraat-t.- st high aort naU sat aaaikar three!" af yiuaalliy. If there- - Is any way And ae oa .hra lae leisoa, with in which we can be af nfilstance to plenty ef Toaiaeyaae.ue descriptions j on In your trouble or la which we fally Illustrate the In te may alleviate notne of the vorrow anil thrown movement. uiiTurlni; you will cxperlmcc because of the culnmlty, we stand ready to HIIK WAVTKH TO UK do m. Until It In possible to render HUIW OK IIKH Ill'llltV pome material att6lntance pray luk: opportunity to convey to the this Atlnntn, (la Dec 23. -- Nol belns people of your country the sympathy .i,i,. i C.t.ii .iimhIii Jtickson. a necm which wo feel for them In tho d I woman, r N 1 L'Midon lane, u Bynipathy more to IKI. tho eAcmptlon claim by reason of the proximities of tho Siiprrlor of our countries and tho relation of which Cl.uk pninilscd lo 1111 out for Court, bivl our people to our6." her husband, TollUor l.csllo Jaclf- 1 K 11 thwr. P'rgt Pari. "bayonet" . urn- - IIC IJIG1II, hnH In n tallilng - liesl-'Lite- l.el, w" Traffic on Am'TkrMi railroads passed llio murk durlm; Ihn Inst yon" for Uie first limo In history, lo tlfjurei eomplled by tho flurcnii of Hallway Nevn anil Statistics, made public today. Tho lip.uros aip It.nsed on olllclal returns today to tho Iiilcrnlfito Commerco Commla-(ilu- n for tho lirsUteu months of tin; year and on estimates for tho Inst two. Tho fjross recelpls for the ytar wore placed nl ?4,18S,227,1S5, a gain or $4rl,90n,438 over 1910, but definite this Incrcaso in business tliero was a drcrrase of $91,87C,l.ri2 in ncl Income. Tho net income for 1917 Advancing wns Jl.022,74 1,992. cost of fuel, materials and suppllci, togellcr with Increased wages, are blamed for tho loss in net Income. Taxes fur tho year were $222,028.-75- 3, an increase of 856,770,787, according lo the barcau's statistics. A 3leady increase In taxes each month Is cbown. Starling with 814,621,-00- 0 In Janaary, they reached In September, when accruals under the new war taxation beeame effective. Operating expenses were 82,943,-4C8,44Nrt operating incoino per mllo Is placed at $3,943, a net return of fi.87 per cent on the capital Invested. In 1916 the net income was $4,299, a return of G.4C per cent, ac cording to tho bureau's report. Tho bureau po!nt3 out that tho great Increaso in business was han dled with very little Increase in equip ment. An Increase ot 700 miles is bown In tbo mileage. Ch-""- ItKTIJIU K Dec. 31. K!4 I'M bkciOi::: ' x- - ' 4 . r.i I i H ii' tl hu m to. iw i? a inn m eJl f i m n . K i ' r -. NOT KN'l'iTl.Ki) 'if) IT ' Camp M!li., I. f ,,!) M ecntiy a noncomtns.-inno-- I orr' populnr coniiuKnt hero v:ih inliiak-o- n by it now recruit on r.nnlry duty, vho mlulnd him. Tlio nomximinls-slone- d olllfr, l,iiornnl that bis coinwan nearby, returnod the iialutc. ed Kest morning ho was ordered lo report lo llio colonel, where ho wsi'i asked why ho returned tho luluto when lie, the "nonconi," knew he ' wilt! not entitled to it. "Sir," ho answered, "I always everything I am not entitled ro-lu- rn A . It-J.- iti lo." The colonel dismissed him. m Clear Voiir 8Uln In Spring. and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising by refrulating the Stomach and Bovels, aid3 the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. Colic Cnsforin id a hcr'nless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opiun, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its K0 is itJ guarantee. For more tfaaa vears it ja3 !;cen in constant use for the relief of Constipation", Flatulency, What is CASTORS A jy. Botight, f.nd which hii 'oem s, lu-- boras the t.n.'.ihturo of '? a"J kJS bwu maJc ttntir It's per- . tr:'al BPcr''J'0Q 8nc-- its icfanr7. Allow no one lo deceive you in tlfls. ' unttrfdts, Imituionc and " " aro but umcnra mot w:m aau crtaangcr thi Ijeulfu of and Children Experience aeainst Experi'mcnt. - i Y, a Uave iii-- r,; for otei u.r JJ e -- s Vjy? c . Jti3t-us-go- od irc Wind therefrom', and $lt,-r00,0- e0 means Spring houso cleaning cleaning inside and outside. Dull pimply skin is an nfterraath of winter inactivity. Flush your intestines with a mild laxative and clean out tho accumulated wastes, easy to take, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clear your complexion and brighten your eye. Try Dr. and King's New Lifo Pills throw off the sluggish winter shell. SENUINE CASTORIA Ecars the Signature ALWAYS Caz7ucki m&msEm TMK CENTAUIt 0. At druggists, 25c. 2 . In Use For Over 30 Years COMMNV, NKW VORK OITV. UE(X)K1 IN MAKING) OF COINS (JOES OL1MMKIUNG The Kind You Have Always Bought B i d: ';us or to Starek Pianos No Sloney in Advance Lowt'HtNct antes d 7'ricos Terms Eniii-- ion Guar Sotifnc R 2 J1hif wfifi 3 PX vle-orlo- Fit ot"ty J! or nl Saviai to A SlOO P. A. STARCH rncsioENT , $200Fiifc From it oy Direct mmmMi mm 1 Wo will j'iIp yta a beautiful Stortr. V am for CO Oi'vs' freo trial, in your ou will play upon, uso home. No cusli payment ri'iiulred. All we nrk Is thr aril test this piano for 30 iliys. If, at the cud of tl.at time, ou do nit find It the hfghet-- t nmdo, .iwoou-s- t tonpd and tlnest plant In evtry that you have ever Atm tur ihn inriiHiv. von ar nt nerfp llbrtv to Rfncl lUmok. nnd wo will, ill tliat rtz SUrck nano must make good wiVh you,. event, jn the fn.lcht both way3. T or tuere is no talc. a p&t I TBWL 5H YOUH BOHE um Save ml of $.50.00 or More piano. v!t EvzswUv to furnitb Easy Payr.itn) Toa pay no cash diwn, tut attr 80 daya of trill, jou can bepin pijmietit on the Jow-re- t, ciiicst terms ever fcusscsteJ tiy a piano nwnutacturcr. These tenui are arrangni to cult your contcnicncc, and It I soMlble tor you to liny a piano for your hijme, without Wo tlilp illr.xt to you from our acto7, St $&K that Myc Jim unuxirds c' tlSO.CO ir Xm Om-ccr- yum a tottrr piano for tbe money than you can nsnar tliiwliere. Yea ve wnml qJ receiving ynn th mlKdittety 8; et tootd durable high crado ar-lf;- le iu AR.Vs fiitaamfa H Brcty Starek FSu wajiiibtd tor St. iroara. We liave conbtantly on hand a urge numVt ot tughtly useil Tan ifnaraatte &M tank pianos of all M H oar 35 ynn tf ism and rrcond-han- d J standard makes Ukcn in ex anrience, and tlie Uaa of aivold ittablWied chanire for new Etarrk Pianos The follow. and Plsycr-Maaolavfreifible ptino beutc. ! Ids are a few sample bargains: FlaytfoPiMM Starck Flayer-rioo- diarKK ' an Offl-ce- ri, io the Nvt and most brautl tut flver Piitutt mt mart.eL i'ou ut M llchted with the nny teaturui of thees wonderful lnstiuraenti, ind !!! be pleased with the very low pricea at which they can be arcirrtd. , $ S. 50 Frat Masfa Lessens wener Steinway Cbickering Kimball Children Cry ra CASTORIA m P. A. 8TABCK PIANO of In CMcigo. These kuuns you etui take in your own home, by mail. This represents vet year's ffe instruction. Moaia lemons, in one the best known schools to rrrry purchaser ef Stank l'iauos, wc give free Starck Second-hand 82.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. iio.uo Send for our latest complete Send today for our new tieiutlfulry illustrated plan? book which elves you large amount of iniormi-tte- n regardtnf pianot. Thli book will Intertat tiki please you. Write today. Plant Bk FrV CO.', 1813 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO s well-know- 19-2- You Can Be You Whatever ht pro-nat- al want To Be prc.i-Idun- -- !" You can be a success, and a big success, if you have to-wl- thogs "" ly l.ui" ImiI-)ii'i- 1 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 povition that are waitin for the prepared man or woman. School 'n session the entire , year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. y, '! to-da- in uuu j'i , .... i I li lis I s Hie! Incorporated) Hi ' i OWENSBOfM). KV. 1 f1 in TV'. , I 4 4 i 'iV r,tjl4ij. J V INKLE SAM' SDEBTS REACH GREAT TOTAL morcy item thi: k moss. TIlA tln.l (Vntm la .tnl,,! Tor CLOTH PICKINU ..........-- . . CONTRACT. r ' ? y .. a . .. ivurli nt fUMln.t t... boys In khaki, nml Itj tlio By Inquiry Committee. Ih thn jiatrlntJc duty of every clllaeiii to ln::d a helping hand. The momWashington, Jan. 2. With Ch.ii. paH to thin organisation, is cprii! jElRoiunan, chairman of the Sunp:v O i'lvktijiks hichkutiiax when I lo provide thoft! oimioris (or tho Committee of the Council ot .Nil'? war began, worse is toys that tho noruriiutotu tai not .tiotial Defense on tlio ntund, flu Sen- cominu. tvet r.t to provide ,t,a ale war inquiry thnso lit Mr continued Vt II." bolunr to homo life, and i! 1 investigation into tlio cancolcd very mud while ;.i uniform cloth iii the picking contrails, Washington, .Ian. 1. The Unite! cainp. If thoy can soparato them- - Quartermaster (Ion. Slmrpo declined States enters the now year will a selves from homo and friends and Saturday that undor thoso contracts natlonnl debt of $0.(5lo, 000,000, bravo tlio danger of uotindn and lot by the liefeiiKn Council Sup. ly It la the Committee to the Hnie Sorting !T more than five times greater thanjlnRth on ,he rloIllB f " cn" ' to contribute a of Now York, the company might T ii ,m.iopo,i Hi., u.r imi mnniii. lpast t,lat hn Ked Cross to pro- - have prof toil to the extent of $ 100.- -' d ago, hut only ot tlio dobt',lo,lar tllro"I l vl,1 for thoir llttIe comforts. Near- - 000 imutulj,. which promises to devlop by the oy Kirl: ileem-m..- . a crca Samuel Kaplan, another "V 1)0r Lv Am n first of naxt year. The debt SCI, and' the percent- - ,lavo B,Ten il dollar to this worthy of the Supply Committee wluno bro-icapita is about "' -- " "" i. iiiii as of ilobt to estimated national ,,u,,u"' '"" " "" "ttTt "ul neii mrr, ii was ueveiopei at tlio neir- yours give It now. lltKS. 13 tlnaidnllv liitcroateil in Ilia per cciit. wealth is 2', ' .. . ... -ir romyniij', iuo is in ill! nearil. The Treasury Ilnanclal summary man and Kaplan protested, y Gen. j Usifcd sirsT sn'poi.Y imkmsis. ftatomont, for the tint! Sharpo declared, when the War I)e-- i tiino since last June .10, shows that the contracts V? actual disbursements durinc the Urn ' On complaint of citizens of the :Prtmeiit canceled half of the ilscal year have fallen bo- - neighborhood writs were issued Tues- - 'which uio had approved as mem- O low the estimates, particularly for day for Jeff and Tllford Aldrldso for ,,ers r " Supply Committee. yV'cTv Vfl J,1V Koninan, esplainliiB ' MI opera- of thoir father who i the military establishments. An nnor- -' inoua prospective increase In War reported to be in do3tltutu circum- - tlo,w of lll Supplies Committee, Ma'- - ' tl)at during tlio last eight months j nepartnu-n- t expenses, for munitions 'jdaneca out in the Washington uelsh-ie,- I The " llni1 "roufiht in l.riOO transactions J and materials contracted to be filled borhdod. north of Hartford. In the npriuR. will raise the Gov- - 'elder Aldriilgo is ageil and ititlrm.and w,t" t'lerchandlse valued at ?S00.- ernment outlays at that time but Incapable of earning a support, and 000,000. Ho had the responsibility, county court Invoked a recent of fl'""y passiiis on all orders anlj$ offlclals feel Mime doubt that ordl-.th- a ,& nary disbursements will reach the statute that requires children to sup- - contracts. ilelay was line to the liuylin; ?1.2,31ii, 000, 000 estimated for the port helpless parents. The old pie were reported to bo without food nf "Applies" too late." said he. indicat- fiscal year ending June ?,0. The actual outlay for the military or ful. and suffering with eold and '"'P ,,mt mwv troops wore called inio fstabllshiucnt up to December 1 wr.s hunger. Wo understand that after jfi'rvice than could bo equipped. I ",s ll right," he asked the commit- - A $1,:!11,000.000; the estimated outlay the writs were Issued the sons rellcv-- ,' defenseless1 for the whole fiscal year Is $S,70,- - od the immediate necessities of the ,co "to cal1 01" nic when It Isl 000,000. The Navy spent $426,000,- - old people. Judge Wilson and Coun- - "Kainst tlio elements 000 and the estimate for the fiscal ty Attorney Kirk deserves much cred-- , ,u,ow" 1IliU cmMiBli supplies are not We were ordered to year is Shipping It for Invoking this statute in a num- -' "" l,:i0O,000,000. Hoard expenditures were 511S.000,- - ber of flagrant violations of the sda vide a certain amount of material u Wo never were told the number of 000, while the year's estimate is tute rererreil to. $901,000,000. jmon that were to be called out. . ' Cloth he declared, was '"""" ' Each of these three, nrinclnnl i!c- m.TiRiv: ii.'i.niuc . ... .. t til il tfl tl' rlntintnLlni I.ki naa ' t ,. ill . paruueats nas outstanuing contracts uince uii. ami was uucuarceii from cu.i- So. H Vnrlli llockiMirt. Ilaakiua, Henry, 43 a 6.i"2 '" ma,1 ln, Bar- - i l0,I-v- A fca,1,,t' ,,f '" for which big expenditures will have Monitor morning the court houso ' faS,0r ,ha" J1 C0Ul'1 "'at ' l.ronlff. .m,,," , ,. .... hil . 1C.C0 Waddluj. L. P.. 100 a C 00 "artonr.a-te- r Gencnl he jury was made up chiefly of coun-- ! i,r,,cht.r to be made within the remaining half bell will ring out the old and ring in Illen,s ., i i ., u -i , i 10 I .Xo. ai i i -. Shrove. i mo iiscai ytar, uuwever, ami me me new county officials. ' 1.1 ii.av nitoi. (a. t rn. "in "... ..n!..-- d i. .i..n. inuuuu i. ij uuiicis-oiLtAfter four sinrnn Cnlrntk Mr. M. A towi HUH, It. F. 100 a j 52 agcregato of thebe is the uncertain years of faithful and efficient service cloth (leliverk's WL're 1'ehlnd. lot' 4.1 Patterson. Mrs Mary, J2 k. 2 10 FAH.KI) TO A.XSWKR K'se""" tlitstm reported statlstlc.il j element which make it impossible to in the sheriff's office Sam Keown will B.iwsgi, Jarry. 1 tons lat.. . U.30 White, W. T.. 0 a S 1) determine at this time precisely how turn over tho keys ot that office to recorUs ,0 suow ,hat l various Quar-mau- y Slant. C. . tewa lut .... . 3.10 No. 22-- OUton. The followln; Iteelstraala fcare Cray. E. additional Liberty bonds mint his successor, Mr. S. A. Uratcher I termnster Depots cloth deliveries r. 4 a 4.75 Martin. In. Issued Louis. 30 a C.CO between now and next Mr. Keown willre'tlrA from nnw win.' wore amP,e for nianufactiiring facll'- - failed to answer nuektloiuire teat Craveif, J K , 1 tana 1st . . . T.liC Tboaias, J. C. 70 a out by tho Local Hoard: 14.00 i the re.pect and good will of all the iies la operation. '" 39- "a"l.. town lot. . . C.GS Squire Wllloughby, Cromwell, K : Gieat as Hie national debt seems' people of the county. Kill Mldkiff Xo. 2.1 Duford. Leach. H O., 1 toivn lut . . .29 Kugone Coleman, Heaver Dam. Ky.; OycHiuIu to tills country, whose debt before the will at the same time retlro from Sttiita. Klchard. 4 a CIS Heirs, by U. Hei. STRAY STBEAB. war was only a little past the 1)1- eight years' service as jailer, and Archie Stevens, Colorado Sprlncs. Xo. 21 v llnrtlctts. Acunt. 14. Jl Colo.; James l. Mlnton, Hartford. Ilobertaoii, It mark, it is only about one- - leave behind him a record for h K !., 1 town lot IS. 71 (.70 Balles, Mrs Ida. 07 a (By Fluke McFIuke.) that of cither Great Britain, orable and emcient service. John II. Wright, Olaton. Ky ; I5II1 is UoskCtt. B. W . Heirs. 50 n 4.7 No. South l(ekNit. 2n Ksker C. Iloyal. Island. Ky.; c.co. France. Hussla or Germany. The one of those quaint and interesting Urccr. J M . 72 a 11. S.I Chlldeirt t Her. lf.9 a 22. in debt of all of America's F. Gordon. H. 4, Philpot. Ky.; Tay. characters that would make friends Howard, T. It.. 70 n 7.81 It. K.. 4 a I see swell society Janes arc wear- lor 5.90 ents is about $84,000,000,000, or 11 with the natives of the Fiji islands if Austin. It. 4. Hartford. Ky.; Ed. Cain. Kirk. Mrs. G. X., us a . 4.23: ;,o ,i. . . Fiilkerson. Mrs. Mary, ing gowns 8.40 per cent of the estimated wealth of unhappily cast among them, not only cut '.van! Baize. II. 4, I'hllpot, Kyi. o McKluley, Loney. CO a. and 7.40 Her, Mrs. Mabel. 1 town lot . , very short In longitude hut censored .20 . nations, and the Teutonic Al- - quenters of the court house square Xo. 2(1 Crrulro. Jones. J. O . 23 a C9 in latitude as well. lies' debt is about $40,000,000,000 or win niiss the genial Dill. THK KXK.MI'TIOX BUAKI). S 85 t Scott. ItouliPii. :ti) n . 35 Durham, Vernon, 35 a '28 per ceut of their estimated Klmblcy Conl Co.. 12 a.... I 2ll.SC Kit Davidson, Kural 10 Seloct. nualtit. Carrier on The local exemption bmrd is criii'!X. SOLAR KCLU'SK. Xo. 211 lUlpli. -- route 1. Is said to be the champion ing away with little dovolopinentri Allen. Elizabeth, f, a. K40 Brown, Lord 54 la. 84 a ' ' .l , poller m tiieso parts. Ask him. CO.XTKST. SO a 12.S0 jtl.nt would interest the public. It Butler. A. L . An ecpse a,most ,ota, of t))e .Xo. :tO fs doing 5.17 Plrtlo. G. C. .71 a Un III occur June Sth. About 83 Tinsley hijs that John Henry not . amining chiefly routine work in ex- - Wilson. X B 22 a C 44 When the legislature meets tho completed questionnaires Whita. Clinton. 5ti a , it' 5.00 cenl of tho oIar boi3v w Xo. :1 llrrbcrl. only camouflaged, but fllm.llammd and assigning registrants to Frankfort next noek it will have bo- -' cowre(1 b ,0 their no-- . So. II-- Hor. Th(, Branch r C5 Wcterficld. Otis. 23 a 15'ni cood and proper, twico during aitlons in ibo ........ ..... foro it a rather novel contest suit un ncn ... i w.u ... . .....;., it.. i'riii,iiii. rimiwi i ,. itu a Ai,iflir lit will UWM. .twwiv r i. ..... nrt r t .limit ..,. IWIl U.ItUU Thomas made W ... PrtnMtliK A,tllf. .v,,, Tl. It .,, .1, .r. . .43 Wright. W It.. 1 town lot . . ... 7 90 WIWV.U t. i. t... ,. nil- - 1IHKI from the Daviess Senatorial Dictrict. Hit f ... II .tl A....M. AHHH ... Muiniu, i.eacn. joe. 7.1 a. ,,!,,, A.n..l 7.70 Xo. 32 Arnold. tw" roua ,rlt,s t0 during has been appointed chief clerk, and Probus. At the election last November Koy , John. :0 a 3 84 22j Uratcher. Blane. a. that period and faithfully and sol- - Mrs. S. O, Keown lirst assistant. A McFarlaudu-tbtf Democratic candl- - Ml, . Ketifrow. J. X , CO a". . .'. nml S 5 S6 Dauglierty. Clee 20 a. omnly prosimed to fetcii something aecond assl.itant clork will be appoint- date and I r. J. L. Larly. the Bepub- - amazcmcnt. Spencer. Louisa 0a lunge of Tho BU(,dcn 6 23 1.43 Hill. Will. 30 a uacK wfin mm, mil rinsiey swears ed later. Those positions carrv very j dean candidate. On the face of the a mIddliy su ,nt0 ,nk bIucknCM w,ls .Xo. 12 4.45 JohliMon, J. It., 23 a. . Itoslnn. that John dismally and with malice j satisfactory salaries, but the work Is nitnriiH McKarland had a small ma- - rcRanle(J by tlle ancient, a physic aforethought went square 1 1.05 as Allen. Geo. W , 1 town lot 10.27 Morris, Perry. 100 a. . back on his tedious and exacting, Jority. But McParland was at tho R. omon3trat,on of the dtop,eaBUr, promise. Alien, Kugone. 7 a 7.70 1.37 Itonfrow, W. L 100 a . date of tho election Superintendent of mm the RodE and was tMowed ,)V Autry. Owen T . 1 town lot 4.04 4.10 Smith, Klchard. of the Daviess county schools. Tha niany i "rrrrT"iTEPijnLicAX.Arj'to'ii7.tn acts of Raifice 0nce two Beck. A.B.I town lot . . Xo. S3 Bender. 7.85 Wo don't need, any Hoovcrlsui orj-snl- l Kentucky statutes provide that a armles drawJ, up , your oroperty. no for baUJa special Bailey, G. M.. 230 a .47 14. 30 Suell. T. C. 52 a instruction from any of these eandldato for a legislative offlco who nlada each t0 ,he other ovcrtures for Hooverlts out at our houso to make . Xo. ill Simmons. Brown. Mrs. Agner, 55 a 3.95 at the tlnio holds another office can- -' peacc bocauM Q( a sudUen d(p of th(. us lead tho simple life G.23 Burton, r,.90 Morris. J. W.. 21 a when It comes 1 AlUFl CAIC not bo legally voted for for the lcRIs.;bUn ,)ehInd CfP TAYCQ Craig, L.Allen, 30 a le shadow ot the moo i to eats. 2 51 C. 20 a 18.40 Morris. J. W.. Admr., 1 a. Thcso darn merchants LrtilU 0iLC 1011 lAACu lativr- - office, and that votes cast for It wa taUe as a warnlaB from tho Col lard, J A.. 30 a ! s,c2 Xo. iKi Annltlonnl. around town beat Hoover a block such eandldaiu are void. Dr. KarlylBOda that tho blood of beasts and not Dobbs, John, 1C a 3U.01 5.75 Arlmcklf, L. K 3C a tiled notice of contest on these u,at of u,eu shou,(, bo shcd , mctJm and a half tlfcy won't credit mo any j By virtue of taxes du ate, the Hurt Heirs. 70 u 5,43 Canipfield Bros.. 10 a 10.84 , more. froundj. McFiirland pleads In on- - c(C(J i 5.76 Sheriff of Ohio county. Kentucky, I Hall, Albert. 10 a . 1C.27 Smith. G. K., 100 a swer that Dr. Early, at tho time of, 6.09 Blrkhead, the postinaster says as will, on tho first Monday in January, Havea, Mrs. lloberta, 12 n...' if Smith. G. 13.. Admr., 75 a. the election, was local registrar of SKX1) CIHLDBKX IIKRK ' .i?10 how ho don't git moron half as many 1!)1$, exposo at public aala at thn Lewla Heirs, 1 towa lot So. :IU vital fclallstlcs for Daviesh county and post cards to read as he did afoe court houso door in Hartford, Ken-- i Perry, Maccie, 1 town lot ... . 1,5 Ambrose, Mrs. Sallle. CO a. 4.56. was for thU roatoii disqualified as a The I)Ublc gchooU are c,03,ng IJQW the postage tucky.bctwcnn the hours ot 10 o'eloek Kayaaoad. Jacob, S5 a 10.S.' Bryant Kuykendall, 76 a... 6.44 rates were doubled. d caudiduto. Both parties to the many parenU w, ,Je MnfII ' a. ni. and 2 p. in., the followln landa Baymer. Walter. St a ,2 Bartlctt. W. S heirs, 60 a. . . .2.48 test waived rights of court contest thc(r chlIdreil awav to iCnooli w, or so much thereof as may be leeeg- - Reddish, Agnes, (0 a :1,2s Chappell, Laura B., 100 a. . . . 16.83 We are Informed that Piof. Ozna and will put tho case directly up to ot send them hcre? Hartford hns ,n nrotlui:e the sums required, Schroader, Mrs. Berdle 43.. ,43 Free!, L. A., 60 a 9.87 tl,. Senate. Dr. Karly has retained a ew am, niodorn co,lege bulld,Ilg Shults will bo on the Herald stai h,ury Stewart, Sarah J , 130 a 2,43 Cray, R. F.. 117 a within a few days. We look for al 9.62 ' Heavrln & Martin, of Hartford, as and capab,e corps o( ,MstructorS( Stewart, W. IL, 39 a (.99 Geard. Mrs. Gertrude. 36 6.92 4 "' , Ksi Hartfonl. caunbol. jund 0vers school advantages of the different typo of Journalism from that J. J. 2G .a 1.60 pulled by Combs and Thomas, as ti,t,i S.45 Wright. Albert, 25 a t.SO Howard. Sherman. 8 a 8enU order- b ''K1" " a. . X. 13 Kat Beaver Oaut. 1.75 'Professor Is left handed and there-- 1 Hlnm- 1.73 Howard, P. A., 15 a STAK IN THK WllilWllNIOM Kl , , lf across tu Btate for MoMil(yi Mrg J)e)ia p i2. a 9.87 12.10 Kiag. aarlie. 12 a fon writos tfam lt.ss Known, II. C, 60 a f school advantages you can have right , Xo. 2 Hurt ford. X. 14 Went Heaver nm. 8.40 Miller, J. L., 50 a Tho lono star In tho gloomy here at home? Board Is reasonable, King. John T., 1 town lot 8.G9 9.85 Goraoaa, rtaehel ft., 1 town Miller. Sanford, 180 a 1'ltACAS IX PIMHiTOW.V. of tho Ohio county Democracy the town healthy and the morals of Kloln, Mrs. Lucy, 1 town lot. . 7.20 lot 4.72 ;.js Martin, Jim, 1 town lot is. tho municipal administration in UQ comunIty as B00d as may bo King, I). W., 1 town lot (LIS Stanley, C. H.. 1 tewa let 2.48 lo.at Maiden, Garfield, 50 a the city or Hartford. Here U where ollnd anywll0r0 ln tUo atiU(,t Edl. The County Court celebrated Xew Moheioy, Mrs. Jennie, 1 towu Xe. 15 MeReary. 1.70 Park, Pearl, 10 a Democracy blilnuH. From Mayor ;cat(J you,. chUdr0Il at homo whero Year's by adjuiliciitiui; a recent fracas i lot S.9C Ashhy. W. B.. CO a 7.05 Taylor, L. C, 100 a., 6.44 ,, In Frogtown, ,, down all is lovely nml tho goos,e n)V ..,, ,, , a Kiiburb or Mcllonry. Xall, Sisters. 1 town lot 9.Q5 Hammons, D. I)., It a Am Thorton, Henry, 1 town lot . . 2.0.1 Jiangs high. Indeed the honors and keeping, Tlio evidence tended to show that Xo. : Hutchison, Mrs. Annlo, 1 tnvru Ueila. 15.77 Trubue, It. 8.. 109 a emoluments urn not equal to tho tra-- , raniilo StovciiH, a freeholder, and Smith, a s r.n ,, 1 114 lot 8.10 15.77 Thomas, J. W., 26 a dltlonal Democratic aspirations, but j V;,w,tTH u;G(,K PIUM.'it.UI Clem Schroader, a tonani, had somo iTravis. IL M fiS a. .'.!!!!.' ,. f. '13 Todd, B. K. & Son., 1 town lot 9.58 ! McDowell, M 1 a 2.25 then it must F.fem good to them to lu . l11tTlrtlin4v Iti rnrrtifil I " tlm i. tim. t tif.. it 0, 191S tt: IB. .BM.M-n """ ( '" 9jiwv MlUliim, JUIIllL, U . a 12.10 I I'arrltt. W. H 1 town lot G94 Wlthrow, K. Ii., 50 a 9.8S keeping at least ouo spot dry In the I 11. Tappan. lor rent. It seems that Mrs. Stevens' Dr. J. Smith, Mrs. Laura, 130 a Sulphur Springs. U85 Yoham, Mrs. Ida, 50 a. and 1 dilapidated hhnck ol a unco militant ttiihji-i'- i called upon her tenant tor tlio pay- - Ashby, 11. M., CO a Praer. '120 9.18 Shown, Wallace, C 11 8.97 town lot county Democracy. Tho city offi 7 Ueadliig; John M. inont of some rent and that Mr. Hmkiov m Scripture i .... An r. 70 1.78 Wado. L. If,, I town lot No. 517 Colorcil. :ora tiro: Mayor J. K. Bean. City pleaded want of inady Flolden, D, M IS a Schroader I'rosiiltsnt No. Hi Outer town. C.17 Bahsett, Mrs. T. J., 1 town lot 5.20 Judge C. M. Crowe, Councllnieii. W. 'I J fuuds as an excusu for defering the Benfrow. II. K 2C a. '.'.'.'.'.'. II.G2 Matlock, Ira, Ida ,.. . ,, .,.,.... ,. .........,. ,. COO Chiii'u, Bud, 1 town lot 6.83 v ii. unuy, jl. r. ii. iiiyiur, iv(v hhould ll Chrlstiun Pray- - payment. Tims lur ovldcnco or tlio Wright, James H., U'CuV !.'.'! 15.0'J No. 17 Snialllious. 6.49 Carter. P. C. 1 town lot A. C. Acton. W. K. Kills and 8. '". ' j.eadir. probocutlng - Wright. John IL. 8S a witnesses nnd defend23 lllnes, Kd., 1 town lot 11.05 Klllsnn, W. (L, 25 a 3.89 Now" rhould a Christian Pray -- cut waa In happy ugrcement. Ivoiulor. It Is into tho.,o officials But Wlmsatt, John. :i." a 14 00 lliznr. David. 1 town lot 7.70 Mllllgan. J. C..D0 a C.83 went on tho ballot by petition and us a later dovelopmetit tho lirosocut- Wilson, Xo. ,T .Maguu. Xo. 18 Eust Fordsvlllo, 6.13 Haynos, J. W., 10 a had no oppoidthm at the election, but tug witness statod that tho defendant 'lllclis, J. L., CO u. ,T. .'. Song 1. 1 Johnson, Annlo, 1 town lot . . 9.."S Dunn. J. N 32 a 2.45 with nil tli.it It mum boeni good to Indulged In souiu violent und vigor- - Hohoimor, B. L Cl'a'. -. When should a ChrMian Pay 2.0.5,90 Hook, M. B 25 a 29 Xall, Jennie, 1 town lot our democratic broihcrn to liavo uno (.,,.. (.fJX Urns cusfing of which uhe was tho ob- - Medcair, Sarah 24.C) Xall, Isaboll, 1 town, lot C. 1 towu'bYt' 3.10'MottlirwB, K 108 a 1.55 vu congriuu oasis in ino duiion. WUal hlinnld a ClirlBthm Pray for Jct, and tho ilefondiint admitted ho Moigan, Sarali, a 2.49 Murphy, Logan, 2 town lots.. 7.57 Stevens, Sarah, t u. 6.46 Into them. did cuss "efB a little bit." The Jury Kalph, J. T.. St a. ..'.'.'.'.'.'.,. Mnv'.ha Klioads. :52-J 7.37 Smith. K. c!, iBO a 4.82 iSliultz. Mm. Jack, 10 u. -juvidenlly lent bomo ciedlt to tho do- rf'iiiis. Xo. (I Cioniivcl'l." . . 12.71 Stinnett, W. It., 100 a Wade, Ida, 1 town lot 2.08 N4.tvsl Vi'Jililatlon. What la a Christian's, duty Itov. femlunl'ii testimony, Tor in their ver- - Davis, J A., 170 a LIS Spencer, Delia, 75 a 5.44 Omitted. "Why Is Hiis tlieeso so full of A. 7). Litchfield. 4? diet thoy fixed upon him ono cent Strattou. Ida, 1C a. v. ...!.' ', IS. 90 Whitler, C. It., 1 a . 4.1 H Satihticli, Hoy, 44 a 4.25 hole?" aim uie cost us auout ino proper ul- wnai is a i;utrfiiU!i a Priviiegor Xo. 7 Cool Km lues No. 10 West lMrdHllle. Depp, Harry P., I town lot . . 1.25 "Tlitil'fc all light. It needs till the S s. Carson. lowunco for the disturbance of tho Davenport, K. A., Ill a 9..-.17. so Jarbo, Ernest, 97 a ' day of'Decomlicr, 19J7. got." Boston Trail poaco and dignity or Frogtown. Tim Kennedy, Mrs. M. K.. 10 a'.' '. .' 1.76 ' freih ulr It can Announcements. No. S() Actnaville. S. O. KEOWN,' script: defendant promptly paid the flue and Tally, Mrs. L. A., 07 a BoneJIctlou M.31 5.43 Evans, J. R., 150 u. Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. - y . ,'0 J J t T V t; 3Y THE o o o l.Io '. S one-thir- mr-mh'- -t- ....... v ',. v JOE C.'ICE s iii i ! FOR tl A2l,L. SOIRT . OF rt ', J o IN rvr o co-i-- j l" , q Promptness, Quality and Workmanship for a Reasonable Amount of Money Our Aim ' ''"'? pr-i-- j I .AAAAAAAAaaaaaaa a .. I s'i" ' -- r...uu. ' i 1- ' Non-doll- ar lion-fourt- K; '". aaaa. c.rn 1 --1 ! t Mr-,?- -!- 1 now-a-da- frc-thos- J j - KAIJLY-McKAHLA- ,: J ! -- . ..... 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