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STANLEY FORKS SCALE THE TO idmimhtkation i (jntiu... ok ilowiil Agont otlir-rwU- mvtfwch ncpnbiimvu DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 28 ed HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, JANUARY Jl, 1018, the Tax li ''uJis.''. M lluUS. the matter into Ills, tvn nn fti iHtVUflipinn'oy 1" to cofn- ' SKwpl'V ' ''Mine A BATTLE Oft! THE K0IV3E FRONT ' itlio li ll'l'Ollt t. IVC'tU 4f " ",i: i - " ti'i-' ilte no irmible rii '' '1' will ""'' "." ) tut I t'i tike ukntlckvs legislature. iv complete their I n?fr-af-" '!3gz&Br ? ,1, ..- ' t St ' lit - N- -l DUH-.tt- V j'jf Am . 5?Vw ' - m x P The political crisis in (Jrraany Howard amiouur i y .liouprlit about over the annexation bo held, TAINTED SPEAKERSHIP 25 and 20, for applicants fcr 'policy of the government is moot certificates as common school grad- terlous. according to reports Troni arj in TNi proi' itt "ii hi. Gi" uates. , Examinations will be held ntutral eapltnls. It la reported that -' 1. ' gr .vn ii ri ''it lU'prinittithc Gilbert Kaj'M He Wa (ill on thefo dates at Hearer Dam, Fords-vlll- o C.tneial von Ludendorff, as leader of . Jit r t.: nt and tv; iil li oiioreu .7 ,..(ni .kid id Mipport and Hartford. Mrs. I. S. Ma- the militarist group, threatened tho nr0'" !( tl Sit 'SB 1 il (In r- '- - tit lIJ! Ckhtc. son will direct the examination at resignation of himself and Fiold Maruv Ohio W.i by 'il(i(s i f," lit shal von Hindenburg should tho govHeaver Dam, Mrs. Ollie Duff will I coum fiunere tlun .g tin1 a- yi.u ....' 1,. I" fw .1 ..... .1.... the examlna'ion at' Tords-- v ernment rontiuuo to support Foreign 1( I'T.I Jl. III.' 'iTriiHBi I. von Kuehlnian's peace Vrankfort. Ky.. Jan. .7. The lie and Superintendent Ilownvd Secretary iftfttlnT tVoi'iUy Finn Audit, ministration forces won wery , con- - UnYit' will hold the one nt Hartford, 'flu plans. Tho German Social Democrats rilntrodiu'ii .i o: tli' , . .,. ,. ... . Superintendent will be pleased to ,lia.o adopted a resolution again deIt'Si in iMUil uiu uuinuu mm iiuui-no.v-de- r inthtuir-- itmongf t our, fan Kohort T. caucuses hero today. have the tcacbors of the county pre- claring that tho honest recognition grunt p. Ins and has flu ako:i Crowe, of Lagrange, was nominated pare as many of their pupils aa prac- of the Democratic principle of tho untiring In hla efforts in making MpcnUor uy u vote of thirty-thre- e to bcoh . W"ll In occutical for these examinations. V.'hllo right of a other hraiirlnis of this twiMily-sove- n over Cluudo Thomas', thoso wholly unfit should not be en- pied territories only can bring a lastagriculture a pnylni; couraged to enter tho examination,, ing peace. ct Paris. The vlctoiy of tho admin- Ohio cowiiy proposition. In London it is felt that the cenistration mm n foregone conclusion all pupils with a reasonable expec The Oh! County Soy Bean and from the time Judge 11. C. Rice, of tancy of passing Should be urged to tral powers will bo compelled to 1'oa AsKoclallon has recently mako full answer to Premier Lloyd Richmond, was mado caucus chalr- - IStoc'i .1 iiritorft frnin nn Ohln Rood do so. pnnn.i. Gcorgo's statement of war alms, to twon- man hy a vote of ililrty-il- x m ,,.,.., ..., ,. nrd. nm . which apparently has brought about CAPT. ARNOLD OX LKAVE. or v.c'rafncccptcd for that amount, better fooling in Great Britain. The tensntlon of tho meeting was i fne tlt.kL mini nf M.o6 per bushel, to President Wilson and Premier Capt. George J. Arnold, passenthe charge of Itenrescntatlvo M. K. .. ?ztn'ne The Association hart I). WAR MACHINE ger conductor GRAFT LAW IS on the Owensboro Clomenccau have congratulated the Ollhortof Paducah .hathown8ap-ja. t0' roIca80 to foreBn puP. , proachedan, offered a $ 500 state branch of the Illinois Central rail- British leader on his statement. bq wo afu ,nfornief moro German newspapers, in their comto cast Ills support to tho side of Jub WELL UNDER WAY ADJUDGED VALID road, has been off duty for several ment, Stock nt the present time. sect. expressed disbelief in the sinHo mado the tho administration. weeks on account of an aggravated Mp'trs. Ulack & Uarrasa, V. C. placing Claudo statement while catarrhal trouble, and is In Owens- cerity of the British Premier's words. M. H. Uamard wcro tho Elpln .nd Russia's Position. Thomas in nomination for spoakor, larj;e-,t- ' growers of Soy Hcans within boro under treatment of physicians. austrian 1jiieak marks but COXSTlTUTIOXAIilTV OF .ACT Ho will probably not be able to Russia apparently will continue refused to glvo names and said but ( .iinty last year, the former the dikfl'ri:kck UPHELD RV U. S. SUI'RIOIE tho Job wiib to have been to reprethe train s'ervlco before fair peace negotiations with tho central nhout COO bushels and Mr. u.nclk sam. COURT. powers at (ho tax commission in legal A Berlin sent weather next spring. Tho hay. KlGln about COO or COO. Capt. Arnold is very popular with dispatch received in Copenhagen matters. after the bcana have been threashed ,....,......,... I)i1tlt ....! 1ia IVi .w.v. the traveling public and his friends says that Russln's representatives ar b0JH from SOc (0 ?1 per Washington, Jan. 5. Tho pushed Washington, Jan. 7. Every con- will hear with regret of, the unfortu- rived at to- -' k Monday, and Ttirrn was a fiirtlnir kiinsntlnn liuin'ccd anil nboat ono ton to tho jilglit when it was announced that acre is an averago yield, while from through both branches of Congress tention raised against the selective nate illness that will keep him so that the negotiations wero to bo reand r.ubseuuently signed and nut-Jdraft act was swept aside by the Representative would be ForGilbert long out of tho service, and will hope opened yesterday afternoon. 10 to 25 bushels of. beans arc pro- - law in quicker time than any similar in an unanimous for his speedy and permanent recov- eign Minister Trotzky accompanied, Court boforo the Franklin summoned an acre. This past year bill for several years, the Austrian opinion delivered by Chief .ducod on Justice ery. county grand Jury tomorrow the delegation. and tho averapo was perhaps about 20 w resolution rcnulrcd very little White, upholding tho law as constiOfficial confirmation of this report m forced to tell of the alleged effort ncre- - Tho s0' bean" Uko, debate or adjustment because it was uo Pimrenl infills i .( '"liP01" tutional. Authority to enact the MRS. DKLLA MOSELEY DEAD. Is lacking, but probability Is lent to to bribe him n.,.-.. . l,,, it, lor .. nii ,'srsir Um It by tho fact that statute and to send forces to fight tho nor speech that representatives oro, " 7, "0..U"' 71 - enc-'- wherever ho may be found, 'Mrs. Delia Mosley died at nor tho central powers neither Russia off" "" Kidnapped by tho suprorters-- ot has declared '',:,, .' foodj ,PC,arua Wlr auu nu" "avn !.n very tthfr ,,rQparoi,. in the claused Crouo for speaker as they left tho vai Oj noiu ,...... .,. tlnttcd States declared the court hold, lies giving Congress homo near tho county infirmary Tuej-- , icially that the pcaco negotiations ior man aim oeuhi. . havo been broken of the Constitution Ho suggested thnt habeas trains. ay person desiring information v,ar u)on GerraanVt tll0 government the power to doclaro war and to raise day. Funeral services wore conduct-- many suspended oft definitely. Gercorpus proceedings bo tnkon to force nU ltrttie-nrowin-g the negotiations led by Rev. A. D. Litchfield Wednes of soy beans should ,lflluran. wa8 re,,ulrcd to study the nud support armies. day, after which the burial was in ' temporarily late last week, because their appearance at thu caucus. call or write County Farm Agent, W. nroblem from all sides becauso of the "As the mind can not conceive an Oawood cemetery here. Mrs. Mos-- i It could not meet tho Russian reISrrry Chief Clerk. W. U owder, Hartford, Ky. enormous work necessary to ralso drmy without the men to compote ley was the widow of the late John ' quest that the conference be transOs-tKll Herri', 'f Owcnsboro, and place the it," Enid the chlof Justice, "on the Sep Mosley, a former deputy sherhf ferred to Stockholm. an army and otherwise Wicker, of Marlon, wdro nomiTHK HKII CROSS CUUSADK. (ountry nu a war basis. face of the constitution the objection of this county. nated for chief clerk of the house Machino Under Wary. W. J. CHUMLEV JOHNSON" NUPTIALS. that it does not give power to pro.and assistant respectively. The lied Cross campaign is sweep-- j Now, after soveral months' prep- - vide for such men would seem to be Kuh, of Louisville, wus made door ing tho country like a whirlwind, 'oration and work, tho war machine too frivolous for further notice." Mr. M. F. Chnmley, of Slmmon3, keeper. J. It. Morrls.of Anderson, '"rankfort,'Mc" und wol,,e" everywhere aie en- , ,)t t, country is well under way and The opinion then proceeded to nnd Miss Nettle Johnson, of McHen-r- y, beat G. L. Hamilton, of ! iindir the banner of this mcr-- prepared In practically all ways for take up and definitely dispose of wefe married iu the parlors of for sergeant nt arms. II. II. cy Laud fort relief of the men whotl0 war wtu Austria. each of the many questions raised by tho Willard Hotel hi Louisville SunW. It. Hill, man, won for Janitor. day mornlnc. January 6, Rev. A. A. Hay, 0j arc, offering their live, on tho altari Tho addition of Austria to tbe cn- - counsel for the convicted persons of Marlon, and Gardner Stanley officiating. woro made cloak room lof their country. On recent visus'cmles of tne united States will make whose nppcals brought the law before Louisville, 1?,l,nf Mltinf rt llnvln ? to Louisville and Owensboro we saw 1Ittlu or no ,jiffercco In tho manner the court. Mr. Chumlcy holds an important In ln whcll the war wln bo carriCd on ifniii. ..f f,.vintTinn' i No action was taken by the court inw- -' tlu bIB of membership displayed position with the Broadway Coal every home. becauw even before PrcBldcnt WlUon in the soveral pending cases involvCompany, and Is well known In tho land, of Cynthlana. and Cash Craig Ith' wdow of almost no i.lono in the paltitiai residence recommended tho declaration. Aus ing charges of conspiracy to prevent county, having entered tho race for wore named pages. districts but In the Jumble homes ofltl)a wa8 alneil vvfth Germany and the carrying out the purpose of t'i' the Republican nomination for CounIn tho Semite. poor. In tho hotel lobies and I naturally against the United States, law. It is though ' 'fi cr ty Court Clerk but withdrew beforo In the Senate, after Gates Young, the jon thu streets women were every-- 1 tj10 only problem to confront the Include the :r k. a nl 1 tho primary, last year. of Owensboro, was made permanent rj secretary of the caucus, Thomas A, j wlern appealing to men to Join the j members of Congress and the Pre-llc- d ander lterkmnn, H- uia Jo". Ii jr.. Miss Johnson is the daughter of Mr. -, -- I r. ( . I I )WN, Cross. We saw women braving , uIont In making; the resolution law Louis Kramer and I ''s c.aftd Mrs. Byron Johnson, of McHcn-r- y, Combs, of Lexington, was nominatand wading j wa8 tlie auen enemr Question. Tho r .l:"ns Short. convicted in New Yort a' r i my lwithout op- tha ucvorest storms ed for president pro-ter- n and. is a well known Ohio county s:io almost to their knees presiine When S. O. Keown retired from teacher. She is now teaching in the This matter Is more serious even made the subject of a ap-- rr position. i t.i'a-Iomercy. Now than the similar queotlon which arose the Sheriff's office Monday ke left Central Park Graded School at W. It. O'Connell.of Campbell, beat Thhnoblc work of vjfreiret' "to note that Ohio county wliem war was declared upon Ger- behind him a record for efficiency, With the expiration of the Haskell Miller, of Metcalf.for chief il IssWTcklnr In this work. After and fair treatment of the people McHenry school Mr. and Mrs. Chum-le- y iuany. Germans who cam to this OK KXAMIXERS. BOARD lerkship. J. R. Catlett, of Princeweeks canvassing less than threa country before the war did so merely that has never been excelled by a will be at home at Simmons. Tho ton, was named aslstant clerk, Miss sheriff of Ohio county. trades and - liijndred members have been enrolled to use their respective County School Superintendent E. Republican extends hearty congratJennie McDonald was made enrollmore worthy deed professions to better advaitast and S. Howard announces he will appoint No Mr. "Keown came lito office after ulations, and wishes for the' happy (nv filnrlf lnff llnurmail Wntl fflP tot date. e " mor trIotl " eight years of experience la sheriff's couple a long and pleasant Journey to hare a larger 'field. Mrs. I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, and ergeant.at.arms. Clay Lemons, of formWere Skilled Weikwen. "i. bo offered by those t0 the Mrs. Ollie Duff, of Trlsler, on his work, having had two years work on the matrimonial sea. Graves county, was made doorkcep-v- f Practically all Germans la the county board of ' examiners. Mr. under his brother, Sheriff Cal P. eous" ot t0 be "ed dan-oer. Frank Jones, or Harren, captur-.n- ,, f United States at the outbreak of the of the camps, to the DETAINING A WOMAN. Howard has, we think, exercised good Keown, and was chief deputy for four d the Janitor. hip. Herbert ' "le "attl8 floi111 tha"t0 r. war were skilled workmen or profes- Judgment In the selection of the years under Sheriff Tom Black. Mr. Morgan, was made cloakroom a dollar to this soldiers sionals. Kach wus expert In his par- members of this board. Mrs. Mason Keown entered offlco with liberal exThe case of James Shults, chargof Gilbert Whlttenborg, 10' organization. Ohio county has ticular line, but tho entire Gerraau Is woll known In Ohio county school perience as a qualification for the ed with detaining a woman against W. A. Rogers. Jr.. and '"vided Into two IcIl"li,,torh: on' population hero represented no par- work and was a candidate for the Re work, and with the largest majority hor will, was called in County Court Julian Loach, of Scott wore named and ticular class. with hradnuartoni at publican nomination for County Su- given to any candidate on the ticket Monday and case continued on the ' part of the conn- Tho case of the Austrluns mid Hun- perintendent before tho primary last as a stimulant to maintain the good account of absent witnesses. Melvlnu, Another surprise in the house 'biaclng all that KnrdRVlllB IllUir- ..... ! ' "ul l.wliwllnir tin" ..iiiiiu was that llcprosontntives ". garians in thu United States at pres- August. Mm. Mason secured a cer- will of the people, nnd retires from Withors is tho complaining wltnc. d (.trie . wr II Murph) and Knollman. of Ronton, '"tal dUtrltt which tor. Within ent is decidedly different becauio they tificate from tho Stato Hoard of Ed- olllco with u fine record uud the con The parties livo ut Williams Mines. belong entirely to tho laboring class. ucation of her qualification for Coun- tinued good will of the public. Thu defendant will probably admit .....I Mill and Thornton, of Campbell,' ifanUa u.beparuto chap f tio local chap- - Dissatisfaction i'fcoi JurUdlctloii "n.i arising among theso ty Superintendent. Mr. Keown received his qulotus having approached the woman but t .i.n ,i'i,,ini.,n.inn Mrs. Duff, for11 ....'" U ti hoa unite. pepplo over the administration of tho merly MIfs Irene Whittlnghlll, has from tho Stato Auditor tho first of will deny that ho committed any act ..1. tl I linn. if ' fi tt ... at ..11. WU" lioinitiuiv ta v.iiii.1 it alien enemy laws would result disas- held u Stnto certificate, and has December, his receipt being No. 20, that could be construed us deten BTATK TAX AGKXT committee for tho trously to several Industries and par- taught for many years In Ohio coun- or ahead of ono hundred other sher tion. j tho niembershl Hartford chapter, and loemuermnp ticularly to mining. ty schools. In educational quallfi-entla- iffs of the Stato. During his term THE WILD DOG HELD. Holds Council Willi County OjlH'liiN may be had by applying to him, or and in tcinpermental fitness of ofilco his was twico tho 48th couu-- t I Wiley FrUzel, the wild dog boy anyone of a number of young la- And I'lnns Work. WILL IMIOHATKI). to settle with tho Audttor.onco the these, Indies are well fitted for tho idlis uppolntod for tho purpose of to- Mr. wanderer, montloned in these colduties boforo them, and tho Superin 70th and lasj year tho 20th. for Henry James, iy;ont for tho Stato Hcltlng inembers. Tho will of J. O. Ronfrow, tendent's action in appointing them Keown was sheriff during the trou- umns lust week, was brought out ab. Tux Coinnilssloii, held a council with bled days of possum huntor's prose trial Saturday, but on uccount of wiib pi abated In County Court will meet with popular approval. Assessor Hlnes and other county olll-- ! cutions, and had to make more nr-- j sent witnesses his cube was continuMonday. Mr. Renfrew, who wus a lilUlt !' XKJI.KJT. mm . clals hero Saturday and an agroeinont bachelor, left the bulk of his estate. HOARD OF SUPERVISORS. rests than commonly runs to tuo ed to January 13, The boy was re was reached t,o give the Assehsor nu-- 1 lot of a sheriff, but did his work In manded to Jail pending final trial. Mr. Alexander Aldtldgo died ul- I consisting of both real and personal to einply deputies mid hur'lioiuu In the Washington neign- property to his sister, Miss Uottle til Judgo Cook nt hlu first term of Mich a fair and plcasmt wny that ' Final disposition of his case will dethe ames- - l'orhood Saturday. Tho death ccrtl- - Ronfrow 'Miss lleltlo Is mado County Court Monday appointed tho lie Inclined no enmities. Through-- 1 pend upon establishing hhi ago. If iirraiiRo for completing nient. Twelvo precincts have been tlfato gives tho cause of death as duo of tho will. Mr. Renfrn.v following board of bupervlsora to su- - out his term ho performed his du- -j It Is found that ho is under 18 years This Is one uud his brother William had always pervlso tho tax lists for Ohio conn ties, both as a rolloctor of taxes and of ago hq will probably bu.eeut to iibscssed and four others purtlully primarily to starvation. taken, which loaves eighteen entire of tho old couple for tho uegleet of lived together nnd had a full part- - ty: Nat Lindlcy, of Point Pleasant; us a peaco ofllcer, In such n manner the Stato reform school nt Green-dal- e. On account of tho Immaturity Mlt.s',1. II. Mitchell, of Dundee, and C. I. that he had no difficulties and arous-pieclncts yet to bo tal?on. Mr. James which two of their sons wero arresl-wl- ll uorshlp in tilt their property, of Uottle hud ulso lived with them. Jmiim-.v- , return heio tomorrow, und In ed lmt WioU for tho of Hartford. These mo all ed no prejudices, and now leaved tho of tho boy's mind tt is to bu hoped 'mon of high standing and Miccebiful olllco with the confidence nud good , that meuua may be found to sond him " the meantime If Mri lllncs has made parents. Tliore are iucldontes where I definite und satisfactory arrange- - death In a merciful relief, nnd .this Now Zealuwl thu men outn'tm- - fanners, and may bo trusted to ad-b- will of tho people he fco faithfully j thoro rather than to the reformatory at Frunkfort. ul- nieiitu to do the woik he will the women by many thbuVuuds jiut tux values with Justice uud di bcrved. btoras to be ono of thom. i i n i. fro f .ti 'II.-- ,seol To 2w m crotlon. This board formerly conHAVE sisted of fivo memborir, but nii to thife In the now tax Mil. Tho number should have Itch InINTERNAL TROL'LES creased to ono moniber.for rach dlntrlct Thin board formerly met the flnit Monda In Januar. PlH.lTH'Ah CHAOS POIl THE but under tho new Iiw It will not bit jvA!h..n alvy nn xkai; until the first Monday in March AT HAND. COMO.V SC'HOOI. GRAnUATTS. inft-luterial mum M Superintendent (Vjiurin. that fxaminations will Ja.i-'uar- t- ii 1 1 -t ' ,if KP a-- i ir, I ... ty-fo- ! V J I pro-ducli- i'; ijttij: to re-su- Brest-Litovs- k. 1 Brest-Litovs- Su-pro- to-d- 7KeC V?; . c. l.MS L" "" I'""". ar 3m-'llb""- K J i ntr ( - ry. se-cr- i LyklnS.l,!l' ,con-keepe- l'"to te ... i....."r ... f.- -J .m ' c , j 1 rt -- cr " -- i A 4- '., VM vmiidtfbAJZs ...atotl'ui jfcau,h - J !lt- - Mf ' r-nr- - f &mimf jinjJJ ffppwn m nm"m m . H.-m- . . y liullt n residence for the Jailer on tho Stables nml other natno property. ()iitlnill(IIiii;s wore, nlsn erected, nml only n fow years remainder of tho lot wan oncloced vlt1ia fence, Mlnco which tlnio It hna been iineil liy tho Jillor an a Knnleii. Mayor Itcan ia not ashhij lo disturb tlrr property iIkIiIh of that portion of the lot by ilir J II ."id resilience, but ininiH" jmry budc1-lviii itemnniliiic ii'-lnc!uil.ii: I 'i,; ion Ic pullnl ol the ilown, and iliat lit- bit ti-- coiivfrli 'I i'liD u illy piri Tho !'! '.il loiirt i'i einlie ilr 1. l(i !0 pi M.v"M It ,', i ii ii .., . .n v .11 i ,t ' ) iv 'a i iiKo-tlTe R 11 . Hartford Republican. FtiMtshed Weekly by PRINTING COM PA NT CAaWCT'OKD ronngo on one rlilu ami with fe'dernl FOOD SITUATION IS patronage on tho other, will add n Monow'j fow thousand votes lo I'd SERIOUS WITH ALLIES majority next yenr. 1 . QQ$WrW&S?&&W)$W$i ' Incorporated W. S. 3. jC.SMtTH, Proi'dent Wo have iecur.se ! th cotmulwlru TIN'SLKY, form ii. KOMTii'iii'iit Tor ' li.n touiuj S. ffOVKRN.Ml'NT MICH PO nu-- i" of i.r no t cr ri't wl h. t. 'KI5ni:i ovi:k itlcip. rnd Lice .' .a.- strrco.vditionh. " ' .: 1. M'l v .' VMK HR.XRY THOMAH . . . Fdttor !n 'U ni' . Ivlltor Wf, B. TINSLHY. AHUK-lnl, ri ..it-loJil. 'l. and Huslit-- ' JliuiK'Ti V. .idiiiigloi. Jt.n. tl. - Tre food .iif- - , o ro'nifn In tl o mo ountr'ei t'3'io.i in tho ill lii '1 jtbe StaO iur a tv.ii: ..ii(;!cd It. IJ.iri po it :r.iV' r H ii il h"' I' ( i iMp , Kj., it mull -r vli - .. . . i Ht'i-Jra lir ."I r lra'ic T':i of f v .. r...m t!ni .i i '" '!'( ri"V,ii, t O '.i' "- -' t .tl l'e 'i I'll-'- . .. i IIMui-! i.i J' t ' i'i ' I'i" c. ), cdrea ull coui.t"'"! v. 1.1 ,i t tj PO' I'" Tien'" Ma: or tee ;.'" Hartford Kepo'Jit''. n. Soc.-TrM; i le I prkskvi' $JLe.dues-it o 4) . . 1 ( 'ir c i i - ' r- - '- 1 n' i , I xt T "w. '."I . f i.i "t tbr Ji i i tut vi i - .? 'ln U' . r 1 nil' ..; ( i m;. " '.ii.ii 'I V I l .'S. .r-L. I V I . .ii' ! lb ' i i . Ai . ;i i ! . ,.iu ': I.. . tl. I, ' ' l .lal. ii' in ;.'l i t.O - t. I om'c tl n..v I' i ,i$ . I ' ' " ' i ' . i i. A Hts ' Ic V ' hi ., j i i '. 0'.l it Pi .A)aanif)Ab iMttllAT.. ' "" 111 111 . JtUmAU. .I.VXVAH I .;'.'' .'rt? hi '.::; ''.i' ii.d.ti r oi i . i i. lU'i si. . V 'I'..! Cinp i'i '. i.i . i f.n po 'l'U..101ltS I i i clTO tr' I'urui" tin j)i e Yi . tv i ii i r.. '". . i "v i 1 . I " a. ' trWC'T' .S. 'i ", . KY. 9t in-- ' i )' i i i ii i . sin! 11 l,,t. i' - Kr. v . i.i J I . fii Kl I: W'' I iin xir.g rxprrlmeiit wii. similar oit i. on li.i1 ., ! ,.rjloiii; ;. I J,nro't. aulis. Only In rpjrul.i'iiii the prl.-- ;miJ th.U tho brcuil n'timi roubi Ii: ril'i r. , Kontf I; Erm4fl. v ttalj-'i.- i J been at nit U) all i. only n von oiiiik i' Dun :i. . Kiithlrun Tiobcio'-- I'vn'ii- 4 Erery patriot shonUl cheerfully .i breadby ba tho vent'.re '. eatlafaeto.-t'aity to nil perT"!' iwhii ' rmilu. tended Maiian It'll. South Oarrolltii : : tliM hear his Kod Crons. :.:.i.:-nn- l tlio-'i do very poor and !..ird . iiiu:llbiUH: ,n'ii":i & John 1). Rockefeller. Jr.. ttrrod labor. In Italy coiitr!oi,! rrc '.rt i Tho LegUlaturo met Monday but loll. Hart.'i-nl- , Koui. 1: .M.ir-.nUaptlst world by a it has not dono anything real had so he at a N'cw York dinner, that the ns puoU perhaps as in eitl; r Knglind LlKhncld. Hartford. made or Krairce. far. :;.ptlst should abolUh Urmralati a rntlonlnp will be start-iCotiipulsory iiui) sn:vi:v. wlti. Enir.aiid immrdiatply. Governor Stanley has not surren- a condliiou for membership in that .j T u Food Ooiuraiusion is making, dered to the Ury forces. He has ap- church. Tho younger Uockefeller wis nu.ats (he nr8t commodity to be pi. laying tho,nnder COntrol. Distribution o' but- - through judge JiHCUssing the problem of propriated them. .you shoultl I'XiiiniiK' our hand Hefore you John I!. Wilson, a fond ,r Coundatioa for cnurch unity, anil nml margnrlne wlll'lio taken in I'rvey of tho merchant' stocks of r nitulu farm waj in- - They run lighter, are lnatli- - of Insist up hand next and other fpods will Ik- Joiilo county, The fellow who likes a good warm picsscd tile opinion that to 6 There ate about 100 political scrap is asked to Just be pa- on lminerhlon as a condition to added as tliey liocomo scarcer, ah merchants in tho county who handle if the very bwt niitenal and hut far longer than any church membership would handicap of tho principal foodstvfis will he , tf)od allli ru0li stulTx. and eaih of tient till this vur is over. you can bin no matter what machine made wa.-o:ho Daptlst church in the matter of ratIoneii ,y April tlictc fy being required to file wltii The war tax on liquor will cause Itaderslilp in tlie great movement to price you p.iy. Strict Iui:i'ii.v. Judgo Wilron n htatotnent of both many a man to ride the new year's unify the protcstant churches, In publie tho I have repeatedly 0Iumo and value of all tnicli We also do all kinds of Hlucksmilhing and Rewater wagon a few days longer than and private that there is no reasoa ..lfr nn ilalI,i Tho survov bns not usual. That the British Premier's state-fo- r although there V.t ,1PUI1 completed, and v.c are uc- immediate alarm, pairing, especially liie hard jobs the other fellow r ment of peace terms brings tho end Is overy reason for strict economy .,, to 8tat0 rt.atB. a blmllar In- Anyway thore Is fome consolation of can't do. prceaiftionnry measures," said voice of all such rtulT throughout the the war nearer, is the belief of if to the carpltss housewife In the col- many newspapers in both this coun- and message "These .1 or of war broad. It wont show the fly try and Europe. AYhile contending Lord Uhoudda's some instances have country Is being taken und when We also specialty of Iloiseshoeing and statements In ;colnpIetcd will givo the Fond Com-bee- n epecks. for the geneial principles for which e.une'!y solicit oui patronage iu this line. twisted into a declaration that mission a comprehensive knowledge fighting, the there Is plenty of food in England of (1. fo0(1 aml r,,0(1 0f ti Tho Stanley forces can now Crowe he allies have been Protnler'3 statement is the most lib- and France. Uesjifct fully your, country. over tho Ileckbam followers In the eral one yet made for ending the v- "The food position in tills country. lower house of the Kentucky war. There Is no longer any qucs- - and I understand in France also, can THE .MAtTAIIEKS. it tion but that the German Emperor exaggeration be described ns i in view or tho fuct that a special The Stanley drys knocked out in knows he is beaten and that he Is c.xitl.l and anxious. As I nm now t the first round the Beckham drys in anxious to end the war before he j tmablo to avoid compulsory rationing Invitation Is to be sent to every mein-lo.e- s Brit-- n Ills Imperial scalp, and the fear lt wlu ,aVe to come with long iicr of the local tout ot Maccabees to organising both branches of the Uli Premier's peace terms, moderated ,,0UC3 0f j,eoplo awaiting In the se- -. he present' at tho next review of tho of v,ar. by the Thirty-fiY- f wcati,er n practically every tent on January 17. I felt that It yea is experience in the shop. Secretary of the Treasury and D- fers him a chance to escape po3si-((nj nRiand for tho dally iiticca- - 'would be of Interest to call attention i)0 a iott(.r 1 imVe irector of tho railroads are botli big bly with his crown. Tho effect tjsar.C3 of jfe," receivi.il from jobs, but they arc kcot snugly In the tho. British ttateisieut upon the cen-- 1 compulsory control of foodstuffs In Sir Knight Elkin iu which he sas family. trai po:ers will ho watched with England, Franco and Italy was is only otio tent In Kentucky islstod on bv tho American delegated abend of tho Hartford tent in thoi .3"iEH .nterest all over the world. Po&taso atanifis become thrift was matter of increase In membership iu to the Paris conference and H HKKK IS A GOOD PL( i: TO HTOP FOR MTTliK MONKY stamps when a dun sent to a delin-(liio('HAXtJES IX COXOKI'SS. promised at that time. AnuiverMiry con- - I. .the Markey-Sllvc- r 1 subscriber Is ic3ponded to with , toot. . f Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th i r a cliocl-.Mnv t'ive The Hepubllinns a JlaJoi I feel that If the membership of the ';; THE TOBACCt) Sl.l'.MP. The Only lintel In liuisville Opernleil on the Itv After Klcitions are Meld. .tent find this out a moro vigorous)!V (Jovernment control of railrondi Ainei Kim und Kuropruii Plant. It looks like a German spy hatl0Hort will be made to put Il.iitfor.i and price fixing of food products may At the beginning of tho pro-ojalpiiea something into the tobacco; lent No. ti.O "over the top" and that AMERICAN PLAN (With MnU) afbecome irouble&onie precedents had 211 lllarl!et Suddenly and without warn-- , is the purpose I have in view In ..'ongress the Democrats itoniiis ultliinit li.tili Imt witli Hut mid Cold Itiinnlng Wuter. ter the war is over. members and the Republicans --'12i,Iu; m. rasim prCjs went off thre. (writing thia little aitlele. 7.ri Roomn fliigli $2.00 per day;v2 people, $2.00 each eight Independents. Il was not ,,,', . tnd A. D. KIRK. ,he hundred. One re-Throughout all tho itv'ere weather jrrhaps at that tlmo Impossible for IliarUaI,It. 0l no Rooms cirigli 2. HO per day; 2 people. 2.2'i each . it is that no- -i reaturc aliout o far miow has protected the wheat, .lie Republicans to havo organized ,,0,lv k),ov WV T,,0 uuv,.,.s v,. (!ili MISSISSIPPI FIRST TO r0 Front Rooms mglt .1.00 per day; 2 people. 2. CO each and already much improvement hi the House, hut with the great Rooms with Private ltiuli: T',u.v ww(." ju.,t ,);iylnt; RATIFY "DRY" llll.I. that crop If. noted. CO Rooms fmgle, 3.00 per day;. 2 people, 2.75 each 'Ibllity of the war on the shoulders , wlti1011, ,i,vnie or reason. There, CO Rooms. . t . . .siiiglo, a. 50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each of tho administration it was thought wu ,,rjla,,s aon. diffieulty in get-- . Jncknon, Miss., Jan ludgu Cook says he did not have well enough to give the party in pow-- 1 Kl'ROI-KA.tl.,g curs fjr Eni,imcllt )Ut tliu real minutea after the biibjnct was pm-:- r PLAN (Without Heals) any trials at his first term of court full rein, and no olfort was mailc j reason probably was that tobacco isenteil iu Gov. initio's message In tb-- y Itooink without Daili hu villi Hot and Cold Running Water. Monday but that hehad a good many tho Republicans to limit its an- - j vu!. comIll( t() n"larikUl i0 freely under 'state Leglbtlatiirc both Hou!,es today troubles und tribulations. 7.1 Rooms single, $1,00 per day; people, $0.76 each morlty. In the last few weeks death jtne stiuiuianl r high prices that ratified the proposed prohibition 60 Rooms single, people, 1.00 each resignations havo reduced tlioiUic ,uyers tlioulit they could make 'ami mlment to tho Federal Constilu-Democral.2fi per day; We aro anxious for an early peace ami CO Front RooniB. single. strength to 211. There nK,re muni,y i,y paying less for It, ami Jtlon. Only eight, dlssentlnu votes 1.G0 per day; 2 people. 1.25 each with Germany just to hurry the day Rooms with Private ll.iili: a numiier 01 vacancies, ami proceeded to do so. Not only did tno wero cast. Tho Mississippi assembly tho bloody Hun will tear tho ire now whon CO Rooms silicic, i,G0 per day; 2 people, 1.26 each It Is reported that four Democratic price on the loose leaf floors go low- is the lirst to act on the proposo.l Tltals out of perfidious Uussmi. 60 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people. 1.60 each nombers from New York vlll soon er but thu purchasers of tho pooled amoudment. cslf'n to enter tho army, and since tobacco seemed to havo decided that A number of new faces are to be THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. gone their contracts were but scraps of ieen in tho county olllces since Mon- recent special elections havo Kuropean Jan Oaly. day. While wo would not enter any nostly to tho Republicans lt seems paper, and attempted to run tins CA probable that before Con- price down by grading It lower. All Room Without Rath, $1.00 nnd up; Hmimi Willi Private Rath, f I.BO of them in a beauty contest, yet it J now gress adjourns In tho fall 1 lie Ropuh-Ucon- s tho receiving houses for tho pooled a bunch of Jolly good fellows desj.' anil up Hext iCnting Ure In Town. will have a decided majority tobacco except thoso nt Narrows, their faces. Tha Loulsvlllii Hotel and Hid old Inn are located In the wholesale However, It Is Hawcsville, Hartford and Sacramen- In tho lower house. walk to the retail district und theaters. dlitrlet and only a Andrew Carneglo announced twen- lot e::pected that tho Republicans. If (t() avo cjsc.,i LOUIHYILLE HOTKL OLD INN COMPANY, Props. ty years ago that it was a crime to ilven a majority would, reorganuo( Ku( U0 flirmera hoi(1 tlie y,Mv die rich, and began a wholesale bus- U10 houso at tho present session, but ,,,.,,, ,f Uloy havo backu0e t.mmgi What Lydia E. Pinkham's would give them a decisive volco .(() UB() ,t Tnoy iiavo ti,0 tobacco and iness of giving his money away. But Vegetable Compound Did Uncle Andy Is now past eighty, ami 'n Uslelation. )tnu i,ver3 must have it. Tho larni- " is sitlll very, very rich. It till tho l.uy- For Ohio Woman. Icrs havo only to hold vc L S. SPIIMAUIXK !era anx0Ua, and a few weeks will f to new Mayor's reforonce The TO ECLIPSE GERMANY'S jrin Urmu 0 tormHi Wm, this ad- n Portsmouth, Qhio. " I suffered from Flreet lighting W uot very lucid, hut iJ ivantugo If the farmers lose thoy . IrrrKular!tIcs. riains in my side nnd va FJi ;, EAR, THROAT. NOHK ! thh If It is a hint at discontinuing fWT. St. Loul'i, Jan. S. Chairman I'ad ought to lobe. Tho Until remedy Is so weak at times I USQ ,... ., ,. . A nd Fitting ofGluttxcH Indlspeiisllil' servlco we want to pro- iott, ni.. tno tiouHu ftuvui could hardly yet whoUy withdraw their patrotmge around to eb my the who emtio horo to make v.iimiiiiiie.it0 test against turning backward ,, ,)00 nevoral nd-- j ,.,., th() ,0()b) ,eal- ,1()Ubw Maoanlc OWIiNSUORO. KY. 'work, and as I hud Tumplu hands on tho dial plato of progress. Iretsus, Mild that wltlttn-- a lhe ,.nt!rc. .rop Qnil ti,cn for tho four in my family ear the Pulled States would havo a huy(.n t0 culll0 ftur it. ' und threo boarders It is announced that tin Englishitmado it very hard ubmarlno lleet as good as that of, . -man who wea it. a mouoclo In about Jermuny or bettor. for me. Lydia I". wno VXK JAIL LOT. I'inkham'u Vorp-tabl- e to bo appointed to ronie tort of a Tho number of HUbmaiines now . .1. lll.ll Compound 'Ulaslon to this country: No, aunt under cotibtructlon Is a naval becret, , vna rocninineniled Tho ,()t of groUiid upon which tho .Innu, 11 monocln lb uot tiomuthing to 'ie to pip. I tco!: Jt "and nil that can bo said is u am( j.,ei..B rt!!4,U.n(;0 an, located clil. ' rldu in; it Is Juat a pair of t tmu it hi rcf.tori' 1 but tho 138 which aro being built wus tUu bU,,jPCt ()f conference be- my health, lt fc of I lmm broken olf. wlth half A tafe., old fashioned the authorlratlou ot tho pro- - twoou j,uyr lu.an nder Uie PlKOn, v certainly the best 'amino of August, 10IC. aro only n Cmn yahtor,lay morning. The Major rnedJclnu for woman's alhnents J ever ruDicdy faf'woims. "Wo regit rd it a Just compllmont to tw."--Mr- s. Saha Siuw, It. Na. 1, ,art of the wholu number." 1(0 collrl fi,0(1 v.lh U)l,y ol tll() Sevent-fivuiy of tho rstirluK Comity Judco und f ytn continu. I'ui'tsmouth, Olilo. --,r.eJtrCALt PATTERNS t belt kitn.ioiitil xxc jot v.hkh shows that In uc(j out uts i ttiipurlnttiulout ot fStliools that thev Crlitirnlrvl (vr ttylr, 'f rtfCt 61, llmpllcllj inlt .Ur3. Shaw proved tho merit of tlifs FKEY'S VERMIFUGE cm nearly 40 yenti.. Solvl in null' Madtboii, of .lewjai.it' 1700 UbM-Ibinado an honuut eftort to render .MtOIM'tfO POl'MIS OI haM ami v.iotn this tter in order (rclubiuly by umii In tlie Uiiiinl blilrt an, o3cr you. KVOAIC IS ItlCCHIVKD ettymiy. dfr led to tho Jutleu. of thr.t other fulf. rm,j r.i..n may find or direct. t u oboirl public saiYiCo, and that l"'e toll ih, Kivtb tchW lwn en hd. It bci:4 iur lice c.tJloix, any ulli.r nuie. vill h'n letp tl Lite ooc4 Ohio county lour aeres of Hrouud, tolief as tho did tl:.; doi.ivu tha thaukii of tho pw-pi- e TUwiton, .VcCALL'S MAGAZINE i4hcikKy n Women who are suffering na sho was Jan. ii. A iltlp from tiiCl.rs.ciuK'lH'1 ja'l l"t: and fcpeclne-i- l: 23c, they tried to dillgciutly sfervo. t your druvtU'i r More (ub.critvrs itian any otnci tathib. ihoulU not dra a m.iiilli. Invaluable. Ill nnnazluc-inlllin- ii portH hruught hU million puundw itrirfl (fr, r a yvor dtl"r ikai i;.:HMIyltii; liuu the lot, bhoa'il without giving ; nlong from dry to lay 2 J, tuivly 7mi. thU fnmona root und ilrminaUm,', nillllnrl) nit rime ot klylti, p.HUTiis, ni'edlrvvu,l.,lulrilivinx RellnerM i.ft-.- ii' I'iinattmpated wt'tt wad yaM IX moeratie wtanglo over the 1. xugur to lioaton todny, pialn i"ln);,f in'y , i .1 n.id benefit 6f herb remedy, LydiaE. I'inl:lian'sVere. The Ioit'i0 di pruiip'J. cttqurltc, Luio.t lolIi-ilr. Only 50 crnti ' lo.v-t- r whom It was uoialgiwtl nld othr tho' town of lL.rno;v;. . ( ptial.ir of the 1. e lMt lu187 tuhlo Compound, a trial. For apodal Year (vvurlli il.iublc), liicliivlinif a ires pattun E. & S. FREY, duuicriuo icuiy, ur hcnvi iur saiuiie copf o. .n K i'ubciu eaigogg ware on the way und v, bin u ii'iw jull w.t I. iv built tho advice in regard to ctich ailments write Iwiiiso '.' BALTIMOIte. no. gONDIiRFttl. ir.'rtL'CUMJJNTS tun there soiild bo 110 hliortu'j hi hii'ul edv.it pro'ie'ei t irifi It on tii LydiaE. linkh:unMedicinaCo.lLymi, iu wlilvti- it iiti.i thurr.'-rungs. Tho result of its forty years toA;enti. J'onUl liilnnn (irfrrlum caUIojuc i m,J ncircashliecllci. Avlvlieik 1. iujiluiiU uitr v.lt.i a u j.ui- - . im-ijmeri juco is at your service. ' .v0i;t iLtt i,.bi4..; o. iUi tvA'U and later vm'., ( uz ucctu cj. SMtiun, I7u u taw iow. iv- i pii-'i- 'in ill ' ii 'ii i ii. i, iijt..1'ti liter .Mutt'i-'nhI!-- l.hoaii. , in 'ii : j Kl ltiniitiii Ky j I'vv.," .! ie&tssvw l . 4i,i.t,.pi t. floi.-vi-y- t " ot n iuic; VasronsI li.' ex-,u- S , t.-i- tl ' j t ,,3 ' . ' A. B. Row 5c Son f Centertown, Ky. : world-wearine- ss ro , jst nt m j ' -- rcspon-j))()t'kllo- ,v ic i3I riDIGSNE FOR WOW A( f . al Mother DR. J. H.THORPE - to-d- ' v.-- 6ejS P4 ' , ., For tlie Guldreri , Yermit TRfi lK-- 1 On-ha- - iJ rw , . 1 - 't. ij ssaa i y SJSEESanEE W,V3T1Wi'm- y"m - w coiuinond It In joint caucus tho entire Rooub- Mr. Sanfonl Grccrand ton, VIrmn, . mi ii Olvo i ml of our other llcari momborahlp of both hraiuhos AH8.jUl.ii o. n.u tiiOiii.iiiff a ivv dayH i ii vim nr j i' tirrcars In. their of tho Kentucky Legislature votod ai o. -. . ' Vw.lh loutlvci u iiiii Macau's V rcnrraiB mi. (.. . lo fcuppoit tho Htutu-wld- o " prohlLition I " i, i'?., Jan. 1, 1918. amendment mid to ratify tbo fedtrnl The cold wintry blasts remind" us that a good ' It Is reported Unit mnn hundreds Editor Lo.m ..can, amendment for national prohibit. on. r1 - -- 0.(I, i,: p0'.ll"5 ', CM Mrs. Claude B'nnkciishlp has been heavy SUIT or an OVERCOAT would be in harmony with .. .rt O.'U. Ky. If tlin rniiro...lnM,ii. In it.ol.-M- . vlsltmc the family of Mr. Chester ruined by tho recent low tempera- Dear dr. rind enclosed my check turo fitly roprceent the senttmei t of tlic present weather. While at this .season our stock is f Loach near IJcavor Dam for rcvernl luros throughout the county. Hcny ror cno ollar cr .cnovral of my nub-'th- o party there Is no doubt that .bo ,ossca '" tflnnc(1 fru,t an f'"h rcrlptlon to Oct. 14, 1318. This ,laF- limited, yet there remain many good values. An ideal Republican party In Kentucky is a mnko3 tho IStb nnnual subscription dry as tho Sahara desert. tBBuiu.uwunuiboinr.iirrcii. time to buy; sure to be higher, as prices on the raw ir. jDiia nuvaii, 01 near ucavcr navo pal(1 to Tilc Republican, this .e- material arc soaring skyward. uain, la su.rermg from tuberculosis Mr, M. j,. jjcavrln j,.rl Monday for to help pay for your now Linotype or ins none, anu uia conuiuon is so-- Frankfort where he will appear as machine). I want to compliment FOR FLETCHER'S '0B, counsel in the sen- - the management for the newsy paper i alorial contest ease before tho legis- - yon arc getting out. It is like a lot- Mr. auio uranam lias roiu his jature. Mrs. Hoavrin aceomDanied tor from tho homofolks. . puts ovi:h a jokk farm near NarrowB to Durwood Car-- p him as far as Louisville whero she Tour3 sincerely, ON THK GOVERNMENT i and has bought u. farm near W G. BARNARD, relatives for several days. ' Y8t nam. iiuacr Sec. Foreman L. & N. R. R. Washington, Jan. 9. Secretary Miss I.ida HnfTord, State director McAdoo yesterday received an anonyMrs. Amanda rhilllps has pur- of Woman's Work MAUR1ACJK lici:n8K. of tho Red Cross, mous letter containing S108 in bills. " chased tbo 11. A. Andcrhon residence will hold a meeting at tho court "I am deeply repentant," wrote the . property in the east end on the Heav- j houRo Men's models. Marlon Mills, 30, Wliitesvillc, to in Hartford on Saturday even sender, "for having defrauded tho er Dam Tike. Florence Edge 20, Whitcsvillo. $17 ing nt 2 o'clock p. m. Kvcryone in Government Cilbert Ward, 20, Whltcsville, to now return out of this sum and the county interested In this work It." Capt. Wm, K. Hcnnott, U. S. A., H Boys' Leatlicl Uoarman, IS, Hartford, R. C. urgently requested to be Tho money was sent to the TreasJcffcreoa Dan neks, Mo., is nt homo Ray Stephens, 22, Magan, to Katie ury cashier for deposit in the conwith his family in Owensboro, Ky., Midklff, 19, Narrows, Route 2. y science fund. lt was discovat tun present. Albert RIggs, 32, Ceralvo, to EmMr. J. HMurphrec, a traveling Men's Mackinaw ered tho bills were counterfeit. ma D. Williams, 20, Rockport. salesman, of Louisville, Ky., died Now Chief Moran, of the secret Mrs. James Hoops died nt her very suddenly In Texas Saturday, , M. F. Chumlcy, 30, Simmons, to service, is looking for the man with jhome at Taylor Mines Saturday Nettle Johnson, 22, McHenry. and the remains were brought to his Men's Suits.- model. a counterfeit conscience. morning and her remains wero d Nelson Dlanchard, 2G, Simmons, home clly and interred in Cave Hill : .. $15 at Uetbcl burying grounds. cemetury. Mr. Murpbrcc was the to Maud Oldham, 14, Rockport. ON URN RICE'S AUTHORITY. Hiso D. James, 24, Ccntertown, to father of Mr. Henderson Murphree, qood Men's Mr. Harry May who has been with Jof Naoina Doll, 22, Ccntertown. ji!ir(f0nj Mr. II. A. Rusher, of near Fords-villtfllTtllfliltltll LUI I1 nf 1m 1 .M $10 . 'tltfi. i IUU V.Jl(jlllV,UI "ti Annlin VI 1,11 U It Arnold Midkiff, 18, Hartford, R. 2, recently bought two fine Poempu. icnn nas (, c,ork ,illl)CnbhiD bo ht to Mary Farmer, 16, Hartford, R. 6 land China pigs from Moorman & to Omaha, Neb. If you arc looking for good materials at a normal L registered Poland China gilt from , e--a, Son, and got his cars frostbitten, ja Straw Wanted. IW. It. MlHirlTllll X. Snn rf P.lrmilnqn ' price, our line is sure to please you. We would appreciduring tho recent sovcro weather, I'lovidcil wo do not havn nnotlior ,Mt Wo wallt a numl)Cr of tons of sitting up wcck for wh,th J)(, j5 o'nights watching his pigs. ate showing you, whether you purchase now or not. enow between the writing and IU.-Tll,- B , oat or rye. Will This story is told on tho authority of ,11!efu, baled straw-wh- eat, anolllcr Kmlt ot leatian of this hotlc, there have jffort ,)f lLo coun you need a SUIT or OVERCOAT, and Remember us when markot prlce. fam Btn Rico and we doubt if it is beeji just hKtccn snows this winter. American Ass'n., build up the live stock interest of also remember that it pays to make our store your shop-pin- g S. L. KINO, Mgr. Ohio county. place through 1918. Mr. Lcn Leach has bought ithe J. L. COX A ff ! Act Cooper farm from Fle.m Taylor. The ftwrrrl 11.1 nwuuu win. win1 DKATH OF SHERIFFCOINCIDENCE JV .u.,h.au .niu Vr , M .i .. V'.l fP,.l.. u MARKED BY I mtivH.wuxwEczwrjwKUc'JrUimn-miw.ucrH?lonsidcatlou nas uliout $1,800. Tho rzi'XPt CTr to ucr husband one evening, after . , ., , property is in the Liberty neighbor position as teacher in tho 'Greenville ,iiiivjiit, ijul iuiiii . , , uojio- gone to Chicago to be Asbland, Ky., Jan. 8. Shoriff J. school and has hood. ful to bed: "My dear, you will have L. Cox, of near her husband who expects soon Carter county, died todav . to help mo with that boy. His inquirRev. A. D. Litchfield will prcacli to bo called into the army service. ing mind knows no bounds. Sup- - at bis home. His death was marko'f Mr. .... ....... I., n .. ...... ed by coincidence in that he expired ' tllir A 'ma .nlm :it Ml Herman churrh Sunday morn-- ; Mrs. Turley Is a daughter fi.civ. jwu t...u juui lu.ii in utiawui- - on tho tAndy Williams, of this city. anniversary oi 1 1 o'clock, and requests thu i nig at lng some of his questions." his birth and on tho day when his iuli alt miniicu uf tbo church u Bo...wu.J, Tl, Vnmu T . i.. c" Inohiisband. "Thatu.ianij OUMtl- - term of office as sheriff expired. He, passed upon and classified about Jive , , . , . s easy enough is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E. ., , mii uuur. jusl wubi quesiions is no H. Parsons, A3hland. hundred reentrants. Of all iho askihg?" Mr end Jrs. WUliam Lyons, of r.lasGlllcatloiis ao ko far mado and re- "llflfn It t .Inr.lm. f.. l.11nt.ln "WoH," replied tho weary wife. J --- -to tbo dibtriet board tho local 0 varied ., j .. . t.l. " ....Il.(n 1.. l.. r uju, uu usueu. o ",tu i " uuic uii-- t;u lo :jh:hu mo winter Lnsnl . .c n.,,,1 l.i .1 -..... UU( Mr. iiason Taylor, or tho Liberty wliu instance, 'Why don't women wear Oim daughter, Mrs. Dud a COURT DIRECTORY. o niu. us u. riiiiu;u noi. irom ono ci.13 suspenders, i'How far can a cat spit?' o nclghborhood, is serioui.ly ill of la- - Speucu. o o to another, but was only a change In Krlppe. and 'What does God eat?' " alphabetical rating. JAN11ARV 31 :HtUAl , Mr-- Ivan Uellamy and Miss Ray 0i Hwitzorlantf's New President. Mr. J. 8. Mollyhorn. or Ilorso Woolsy and Mr. Merle Webster mil cmcuiT COURT. roan tabus. Rrnnch, uas a caller tit this ofllci Misa Violet Powers, all of Narrows, The Ohio County Baptist Mission Felix L. Calonder has been elect- Judge R. w. Slack, ih, h. jt ht. 1.. it. Owensboro Xo. 113 due at Ellmitcto 8:32 p. m. Monday. went to Owensboro yesterday and sot Board will meet nt Hartford next ed president of Switzerland for IBIS. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, li Tuesday at 10 o'clock. AH members He received 176 votes. m. Ho. 110 due nt Ellmitch 7:10 a. He is one of married. please take notice. Coreo and takei5n,i4iro,i.0 fMmc. ., X: o. 113 Lt. Ellmltch .m. Attorney Era .at Woodward, of Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. home with you. .minutes ot the assoiv WM forine,iv C:3S p.m. Louisville, was f th Ar. Irvlagtoa . Mr. Coma Neighbors ha bought vii la tawa a few hoars Master Commissioner Otto C. Marlatioa held at Narrows Baptist 5:6C p. m. Taosday. the dry coeds and groeery aaaiaeea and hcad ct Lt. Irvlngtoa tatwleT de. tin, Hartford. ah in 1817. Brethern pleate beJa,ment . 7:4 p.m. He f Mr. Jaaa Allan Edge, at Dundee, declared hla coaa- Ar. LohUtIU JwrFacl Cal f. Keown,' 8:86 a.m. Lv. Loulivllla and wiM take eaarge of It wRaia a present and represent your church. try will continue to ebeerve strict M. Mr. W. B. Jotaalra, of Barrett Hartford. BIRCH SHIELDS. Chairman (aw neutrality, and that he will tght, M Ar. IrringtaB .10:0 a. . Perry, aaUed lat Monday in March a a wfcata (a uwa 2 days necessary to protect it. Lt. Irvlngtoa .1:40 a.a. laetafw. ' Com'th. and Civ. rOVUTKY WAKTKD WIWi FAY Tae M 'Ike Bake" hoaae, akeut Ar. llmlth .... 1:4 . m. 4 lat Monday In May 13 rs Civil. tva attlas aartk of Hartford on the THK FOLLOWING CASH PRICES M., H. K. R. R. TiMB TABUB. 1st Monday in July 12 days-- -" Miss Ktbyla thilltat returaed Sulpha Springe road, huraed Mon- DKLIVHtKD AT OUR POVIffRY AH persons to J. W. indebted South Bound, Ho. Com'th. Civil. Monday from a vilt witk relatives at day night. : a. i Dae at Hartford Tke origin of the nro ie CAR AT 'HARTFORD, KY., MON Ford, Hartford, Ky., either ky note 3d Monday andSeptember la Memphle. 12 daya DAY, JAN. 14, HHN6 17 or account will please oaU and settle unknown. Nijrth Bound, Mo. 114 CBNT8, STAGS 12 & CENTS, TCKS same at once. Save cost. C.4t p. i Dae at Hartford 4th' Monday in Koreaiber 12 days Mrs. Tice Riirna returned Sunday H CENTS, TURKEYS 21 CENTS, (Both "Mixed" Wains.) The Woman's Club will .meet toCom'th. and Civil. from a weeks stay with relatives at morrow afternoon with Mrs. Ira Bean DUCKS lSJi CENTS, GEESM lii Pi'lrcH Jump At Heaaerson. COUNTY COURT. CENTO. GUINEAS 25 CRNT8 EACH. Whitesvllle. The program include a discussion Henderson, Ky., Jan. 8. Leaf to- I GoDy, we'd like PLKAHE TELL YOUR NEKJHBORK. 'bacco Jumped $2 a hundred on loose Meets first Monday In each month. of "Camouflago." Judjco Mack Cook. W. K. ELLIS & IIIIO., luif floors this morning over prices J. R. Hudson bus sold his residence to hear 'osi. I Personal News County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. HARTFORD, KY. paid on Monday, selling up to $19.75 property in South Reaver Dam to J. Clerk W. C. Blankenahip. 'Most baskets of leaf ranged from $15 The Federal Food Administration J. DiankenEhip. and Social Euents, J Sheriff g. A. Bratcher. has issued an order forbidding any SEED CORN FOR SALE. My im-t- o $17. Lowest prlco of season paid Superintendent E. 8. Howard. i Mr. Penn Taylor sold a hog a fow ! mires iu tbo retail prices of milk." piovixl, home grown, Boone County .for trat.li, belling down to $8. CO, but Jailer Worth Tlchenor. n and frosted. Lugs days ivgo that brought him JGS, and Our old friend Jack Foreman had White seed corn is well matured, 'It was Assessor D. E. Ward. dry and simply tine, quantity limited held its.awu, selling from 811 to $ 15 better watch out. it wasn't fat neither. See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. Surveyor 0. S. Moxley. so order early, price 83 per bushcITotal of 110, GG0 pounds sold at aver- Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. , Miss Gardner cnncollcd her cu- - uhelled or in car, no charge for crate nge of 814.12 Mrs. Joe Whlto and Mrs. Mounl'j I Mr. Ike Mabon was in town Sun- FISCAL COURT. gagoment to lecture at the Parent-IVachc- ra or surk, ordor from this advertise Thomas, of Narrows, went to Owens- A PAIR OF PATRIOTS. Meets Tuesday after first Monday ly. meeting at College .Hull ment and if you ure not thoroughly bor.) chopping yesterdoy. in January, April and October. yesterday evening, but will deliver If pleabcd with the corn return it and I Squtro W. S. Dean and Judge W. Ikt District Ed Shown, Hartford, JMr. Wat Stevens, of Dundee, wjs next Tharadny evening. will refund your money and pay Mr. Rny Hawkins, of Camp TayRouters. transportation both ways. JOHN T. II. Barnes have fallen upon a novnl amurc our visltois Tuesday. lor, spent Sutiduy with his parents plan ror helping tho Red Cross. and District Sam L. Steyeus, Bear ... Mr. Lyman Barrett a storekcepor- - JA.CKSON, Rockport, Ky. nuur the county almshouse. Squire Dean has a line breed of hogs er Dam. guager assigned at the Glenmoro disMr. J. 11. Renfrew, of Niirrnr., mid ho agrees To sell a pig of this 3rd District O.. B. Drown, Simmons. tillery at Owensboro, came up Satv.as In town Wednesday. FISCAL COURT MEETS. W. B. Johnston, of Barretts Ferry. urday night to spend Sunday with his lot to Judge Barnes for $20 and then 4Ui District G. W Rone, Centoi- twenty dollars to the Red came to town Tuesday and qualified mother at Barretts Ferry. town. The Fiscal court met in regulur innate the At Everything new, neat and clean as deputy county court' clerk. Judge Barnes Is paying 1UIIH- ,- SUi District W. C. Daugherty.Balzu- ., I V,UDD. .,.. I,,,. .1 .l. Maple & Chlnn's Restaurant. nifiaiiiii u. ll.n tvun iiuutu ,vcmiii;b- iiiu whut more than tho worth ot the town. FARM FOR RENT Near Center-town.l- o day, with. Judge Cook presiding and Mr. Henry Gfeer and family, of right sort of party who has the following Justices present: Ed Iplg but as-l- t all 'goes to a good cnueo tlth District W. S. Dean. Dundee. Mr. II. P. Taylor was In Central Canulou, Missouri, are vlnltlng relathree or four teams will give lonfj Shown. Sam L. Stevens. W. CDaugh- - there was uo huggling over the price. 7th District B. F. Rlee, Fordavillc. City on legul business Tuesday. tives .uliout Mnguu thla week. Slh Dlsiiict B. 0. Rhoades. Hart term contract. MRS. IONA WAL- erty, W. S. Dean, B. F. Rice, B. C. ford, Route S. LACE. 104 29th 8t.. Kenraore, Ohio. Rhoads, G. W. Rowe, and Quint II. OFFICE OF CORONER VACANT. t We welcome buck to oar colums Mr. JiAin Allen, of Fordsrille, HARTFORD. Brown. Up to the hour ot going to On account of holding a on us while in town Monday. Mayor J. E. Bean. this week our always appreciated Mrs. Lucretia Midkiff died at her press little burlness except allowing in the army Dr. A. B. Rlley.whp correspondent from Bald Knob. Cjerk J. A. Howard. home near Dundee, Tuesday, and routine clalmB had been transacted. wus elected Coroner at the late elecM Penn Taylor went to Central ' Police Judge C. M. Crowe. was buried Wednesday. She was Among tho matters to be considered tion, declined to qualify, which leaves City Suturday and returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leach, ot about eighty years old, and died of before the court adjourns is Marshal E. P. Casebler. g the a vucuncy in that ollice. The County Boaver Dam, are the happy parents dropsy with pneumonia complication. ROCKrORT. of the salaries of tho county of' Judge will appoint an officer to fill Robof a stork's visit, and it's a boy. Mr. Lou Ralph and Mr. Frank Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. ficials, levying tho tax rate, consid Clerk Hushing Hunt. erts have qualified an deputy sheriffs. Wo h.o our plant now In good ering tho matter ot electing a coun this vacancy until the next regular election, ut which u Coroner for the Mrs. Ira D. Funk, our vory capable running shape, are in a position to ty road engineer, discussion of Police Judge John T. Jackson, the Marshal Will Lnngford. It In a girl nt the home of Mr. and correspondent at Taffy, was a w furnish Meal and Mill Feeds of all advisability of raising the compensa- remainder of the uuoxplred term will be elcctod. Arthur Peters, of mar Bouvcrjcomo caller at this office Saturday. BEAVER DAM. kinds. W. E. ELLIS & BUO.. tion of tho keeper of the Almshouse Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy. Dam. 26U . Hurtful d, Ky. and other minor matters. The couit YOUNG WIFE D1ESClerk D. Baker Rhoads. Miss Bcttie Renfrew, of near Sul- is considering the udvisabllity of sellJudge W. H. Barnes returned Wed- - phur Springs, is visiting her slater Police Judge J. M. Porter. All IlOrhOUH' llldobted lo UK 1v milr. ing off a part of tho county poor A very sad death is reported from Marshal R. F. Stevens. yiosday from u business trip to Louis- - Mrs. Wayno Stevens, north of town, or uccouut Mill pleaso call and bettlo farm It consists of moro than 200 tho Clear Run neighborhood. About I FORD8VILI.E. ""t, ....... .. at once. All liast duo nrrnnnlR iiiiikI ' ovnu nml Mm lir.i.ro.ii..ni,nu.. .. ' Ul Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Joaes. WftB "'Ud U0U ,n C0UW" hQ Pttla nllatcljr or satisfactorily keeping the farm in .epalr with the ri5 77, Clork OHa Cobb. Damty court for failure to work ,mblla arranged. Mrs Edgar Alleu, 77" change of tenant's every year or two Police Judge 0. 1 Koaihigc visited her father nt Nashville last roads when warned by overseer to J, "up OHIO COUNT V pitUC CO, u BL. n ua n reason tor rowldorlns wife ius ealled to gVo bw WW ' atawbal Grant Pollnrd. "" wfT--t' ! it .ki the dutl'ul , . Suits and vercoa ts$i '' -l Mr. L. N. no' orison, of Owensboro, ni horn Wednesday lit the interest af tlio A. 0. A. tobacco grow- OIK. "" " f "' ', r)1 -- ' ' nro it" vMMnj; Tim Coop r A MAN WORTH WHILE. u our custom to glvi .oiul'Iottors from our plrjsing to our t 'p rrvrn. ers nro Ovrrrr re'ilrlrt'ts of Ohio noutity, and liavo n rnu lit Bnor Dr. S. C : r.'.rd of Mr. Dam 8oi"l ary. Mj;.o.th 1 nr. aril his inrm west of l 'i i. hr.lfor , r . i m, .d.atlon of iii ii r Ilr. ; r" . iwo hero a lot- - office of motliorhood. After funeral services by Rev. Harper tho remains wcro burled nt Uoda. Tho young- Inisbunil has tho profound, sympathy of tho community In his Irreparablo lots. UKPUBLICAPJH nu. i, liii ii ..pi, mid me rhi Mte of yoHrs. leu iurn .,, - ii i)crIl)or that .01 taste nml ii of tho patron's - BONE . JJKY. a,( uHi. we tzsvsssw j ' Men's Overcoajts, French models, $12.50, $15 (o Men's Overcoats, regular Children Cry models, $10 to Overcoats. 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A f.iTorabla W-. -rnpnrl was mil milled to tho Houro w.irrnn miffrngp committer today on as-- .. tho linker federal Mitfritgn amend-- 1 f SM .11 amkicica'b bntranck avhi.co.m- - ..rut woliittoti. It is identical with A 121), PAID 111 V. s. ono ilriady mportod without rccotii- MOMi: TOMII.V. uv ni c;mi5K. I r (.Kirtjoa by tho Judicial? commit- -' f Mvoru)(rn. ''oe. Vho Houso votc.t on fctiilrajv Thursday. ll)lLGrr.L..'JH.iuMA II Italian Headquarters In Norther a: ft Htrccta London, Jan. S. "Tho aildltlon.il Italy. Tlio Kronen In their recent ' AH Train late. r'or lour dilld'a Caugk. t.'ci.gih wlii.li tho enemy can o.u.i n city wticte toed licMti In tticccssful opc.ntiou on Alonto Tom-b- a lounJ, the Po.jun licaC: tho a pleasant ciuph lyruf that Here's iror.i tho events Jn Russia .and Italy they captured more prlsounra than 3tiov: Mti'-- tint Chltnco, Jan fi already lina been largely discounted, every child lH;es to take. Or. Hell's It It P.rft In the !icit;j of l'. had men engaged according to a vet- ,i :: an sco over lay or. tho down-.ow- n cojnicyn.en. If your child has j end tho .ultimate destruction of the light. eran ofilcer who witnessed tho street: to ;; " h euro aster enemy's Hold forces has been brought a deep backing cough that worries From tho top oi a i. oar by lilli no iln g blUzsr.l which appreciably nearer," is tho confident you glvo him Dr. Hell'a aftersaw tho Krench attack and tho mliltUc-wclast Sunday summing up by Field Marshal Ilak, the soothing pine hi tea us re ward saw tho prisoners, guns, and had ccns-xl-. Hrltlsh comnndcr-ln-chlin Kratuc lievo tho nough, loosens to ghUgm fcooty brought in. Tho lank of removing the Dig snow :& of last ycar.a work ,,y and heal the irritated tissues. Get a "It was a record niahlnB fight In dilfts Is so great tiiat 2,500 men ami 'and 1,eIgluWi army on y at your UruggJ! and tho Urltlsh tho Western bottle many respects," lio declared. "Juat nearly 1,000 toarac havo made little ??,r t j 3 start treatmont at once. 25a think, tho Kronch took more prla-one- prtgrcs. although the work was con- -' front. I Tl-Tho statement is contained In an rnwlialan m tti.no!, than they had men engaged, tinned through the night. .mil ro'fu. McADOOWO THR RAII.ROADH. It. official report of Gen. Halg's spring nation n M which is among tho records in miliMany trains nrrived behind time and summer campaigns, which occu-! K sir. f, Avcnitf. J"fi i Thoy also captured today, but railroad officials said that tary annals. r.akc it n lie, in-t- t ..' slncc laklngorer tho management pages In today's offl- pics twonty-si- x fo li." ' ii'.- -' i, i.mrt-- t their first Austrian prisoners. conditions wore Improved and that . vim...iuiu, U1 ranroaus Manager iicAiioo ciici jn,l 1,400 prison- practically normal schedules both in elal Gazette. Tho report covers tin' '" "In addition to the iulr;c. period from tho opening of the Arras 1,a9 announced a policy of rrdeclng Tl.e PouliaU'i Kltacti ers wo counted 500 dead on tho passenger and freight servlco would ,llc Passongcr service by taking off Pfoplr o; cullun anil Hucation. ground, and no ono knows how many bo resumed tomorrow unless a fur- offenslvo April 9 to tho conclusion of I; iniMMiljr to iute, War ami ,n,,out twenty per cent of tho pas3- 1 I'frattntnn, alio mint more wero in the covorns and tin-- 1 ther heavy snowfall Interferes. TJie tho Flanders offensive In JCovombrr. t.f t... ...t.i ,. .....vuv.1 i........ .. tifliiitt. , ...... 'nger trams, wo are informed mat ll'UK'l. I perfect French mili- weather bureau, however, has fore- Subsequont events of tho year, in.( in.to tint IiiMrl CJJ tlerbrush. Tho it! HI tr.icmc to eluding the Cambral battle, will oc- Nos. 121 and 122 will probably bo titciiiiiuutii.c tub- - II tary ystein enabled them to accom- cast moro snow tonight or tomorrow ''C. 3 taken off the I. C. main lino, und It cupy a separate report, which is to bo The J'oAhMtt cflcr plish this with insignificant loss oem for Illinois, Michigan and parts of published shortly. is reported it!- that the Owrusboro : ti s I, t b!f less than fifty men. IJ.C1 ud VO i.'ount) with Wisconsin and Iova tho torrltoryl branch line service may bti M. H. Gen. Halg clones today's report i'aih , SO. U.:j and ui. "The Fiftieth Austrian division, most seriously auecica oy ino storm, with a brief tribute to the American. Hlzed by running only oae mUcd V.'riie I P. which was tho one attacked, is con"During the year," says Gen. Hals, train each way a day. CUT sidered a good fighting organization, Don't Lot Vour ComU HanK On. me "the United States has entered the 'M But the Austriaus wero accustomed A cough that racks and weakens Hritlsli Win In Air. war and taken up its part with all Hie fighting Russians and Rumanians, Is dangerous, it undermines to your London, Jan. 8. Urltlsh aviators UL energy and ability of and this was tho first timo they had heaUh am, thrVCS on neglect. Re- mnnv on tho Northern Italian front during Already highly trained French troops. Hevo it at once with Dr. King's New tnat great nation. met tho are!"10 last wcuk dehtroyed eight Aus- Tho result was that rawness and Discovery. This soothing balsam rem- - thousands of American soldiers machlucj and forced two poor discipline wero swept away be- fedy heals tho throat, lootens the in Franco. Warm as is tho welcome The llritlsii they received from the French peo others to the ground. fore discipline and training. THE phlegm, its antiseptic properties kill War Office announced Tho prisoners were brought the germ and the nold is quickly ple; nowhere will they find a more "When the SEWINC genuine or friendlier greeting than British in tho aerial cni'ageuien'r ' in I never saw a more miserable piti- broken up. Children and grownMA --.iNt only one airplane. Tkey ups alike find Dr. King's Xew Dis- among the ranks of tho other great lost ful, starved lot of soldiers. OF ., Kngllsh-spcaklnarmies." looked liko the riif raff from the covery pleasant to take as well as QUALITY. .MA YOU I'OH 20 YKAKS slums of sonic big city. Even tho effective. Have a bottle handy in Clear Away The WnMe. officers appeared underfed and your medicine chest for grippe, croup Hickman, Ky., Jan. S. Tom DilRowel regularity is the secret of NOT and all bronchial affections. At good health, bright eyes, clear com- lon, Sr Confederate veteran, who SOLD Austria n druggists, 50& "There were forty-tw- o 3 been mayor of Hickman for the UN.OER plexions, anil Dr. King's Ntfw Life his and two German officers. The Aus' M ANY Pills are a mild and gentle laxative past twenty years, has retired from trian ollicers openly declared their I'OUCi: MOVING ON ollice In favor of the new administOTHER regulates tho bowels and re- -' hatred of tho Germans. THAIIi OK SLACKKlt that NAME. A. O. Cartithors, the now lieves tho congested intestines by re- -. ration. Ki jg?Ij W troops advanced "Sonio French moving the accumulated wastes with- mayor, has made no annonnccmen's far beyond tho objective sought and Less than flvo per cent of H.500 alas yet regarding tho various oflicoi WARRANT ED FOR ALL TIME. wero ordered to ictirc." leged slackers In Louisville and Jef- out griping. Take a pill before re tiring and that heavy head, that dull to ho filled by appointment. If yon rurclnvj t!if Jf KW ItOlti: yon will ferson County have enlisted in the h.vo a llfu uni t I tiiv price you y, mid w It Mum'Iu Soreness KeJleved. army or navy, according to informa spring fever feeling disappears. Get ur. Kings New Life nils at jouri Try a KEl'mLICAN AD. to help not have an iiiiIum chain of n palrj. -. Unusual work, liendlm and lifting tion obtained by Chief of I'olirc Pet 1.-3-3 ' ell your jroportr. druggist, 25c. ' fiT strenuous exercise is a strain on ty who has Already made a thorough Quality . they tho lms-'-Ubecome 'sore and investigation or J.oOO of tl.ise who' Conidcei still, you Arc crippled and in pain. have failed to return their question-- ! it is tlio Sloan's Liniment brlng3 you quick naires to their local cicniption hoard, relief, easy to apply, it penetrate? Tho chief found on Lirostigatim. ' Cheapest without rubbing and drives out the that of tho l,5fi0 casc-- ro far report in the end A c!'?r; liquid, cleaner cd that 000 arc soreno-r- f slacken-- . ointments, it JIany of theso gave their addrnsos ' to buy. than mussy plasters or 0 does not stain tho skin or clog tho Jin g.avoyards" or fctrcet nutubora ) wrllo for It you iiutAi'Wln;inn-hliif-- , do not :sist, while others gave our latrt.t caUilostiu , font yon pureliuw?. jjorc?, Always IiuVO a TlOltlO naim.V. for tho pains ach.es .of rheumatism, 'addresses whore families have lived Tta New Hose Sewn Machine Co.. Orarge, Has. Bout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiff- for fifteen years, and the person who J 5ix Yean Ago, Thinking She Mi'slit Die, Savs Texas LstJy, Eat Now ness, backache and all external pain. registered was never heard of be-- i , nr n p. in . cl - i am- is neu, atroag nr tronum ana rnuses uurcliu for At your druggist, 25c. fore. In the Sixth district alone, with He? Recovery. GOLD KXPOHTS SINCE headquarters at 1221 "We6t Market I V. S. KNTKKED TIIK VAU street, COO of these alleged slackers Hoyie City, Ter. Mrs. Mary tho better. That was fx years n were reportca, which was the largest Washington, Jan. S. Since the number reported by any of the disof this place, says; "After the and I "am still here and am a wall, United States entered the war, net trict exemption boards in the city. strong woman, and I owe irsy life to blTth of my little girl. . .my sldo exports of gold have boen 978,000,-0- 0, Cardul. I had only takeV haK the to hurt me. I had to go lack or at a weekly rate of 2,1S,-0- 0, McGregor urged makh abnatorial rack to bed. We called the doctor. lie bottle when I began to feul better. the federal reserve board anThe misery In my etdo got less... I Recently tho outnounced Fraakl'ort, Ky.( Jan. 3. Friends treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardul ward movement has been curtailed, however, to e weekly average of of Tern S. McGregor, of this city, got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles and I $356,000. Imports now come main- former assistant attorney general, was unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well ly from Mexico, Canada and South are urging htm to make the race for three months and suffered such nrony and never felt better In my lifo... I America, whilo exports are to Chile tho Republican nomination for UnitQVARANTKKD SERVICE have never had any troublo from that ed States Sonator. Tho term of Senand Mexico. that I waa just drawn up In a knot... uno Hundred per coot day to this." Exports of silver have been heavy, ator Ollie James, Democrat, will soon value. Special work for W. my husband It he would get I told Do you suffer from headache, backindicating that it has boon substitut- expire and Republican members of O. W. ed In many cases for gold lu liquida- the 1918 General Assembly predict pe a bottle of Cardul I would try It. .. ache, paina In sides, or othor discomW. F. STEVENS. tion of international balances. Con- that a Hopublican will succeed James I commenced taking It. however, that forts, each month? Or R. T. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. do you feel clusion of an agreement by which In the Senate. The boom for McRepresenting Continental evening I called my family about weal:, uerrouB and fagged-out- ? If eo, tho government will control tho sil- Gregor was inaugurated by his Marble & Granite Co me... for I l.ncw I could not last Civo Cardul, tfce woman's tonic, a ver market at a price near $1 is ex- friends in the Lcgislautro i.nd lrom over the state who many dayo auks3 I bad a chango for trial pected soon. j. 7i wero here to attend tho Hopublican caucus. T. -l Eoltoii. ."ill. The TlintHJO'o' letter wiih Mrs. I'liddy Uoflhltely established, ncconlkvi to tlie tmv.il officlcr, tUj roI:itIouhlp beivrn ' c Helton woman ami Aho naval racrult. Juhn lian bean s'vra a fitrlon'i ITTKRLiY I'.OUTLD AUSTRIAN'S! ' Mb moUi fi today t ALSO MANY lh.A! Ai' , CAPnv.s.A. fll.Hl. T.-..- Intc-retc- JJilfaV fi , Fdi ,A:? hA!U l kiU'Tkacjh nraoMvnojr VAVOHAUI.Y REPORTED M.AH!.-- PxTojroaalona scto cTMartin tkliuriicy at Law lit I triruti: W' I' OKU, i rvrPtllfl . t1 ,h'.f ''c.o ' i'(immrcial riwlnlty. iv u.ciayluk7ce .Dcim, Ky. Jiitjiuva iid Drainaflo Desijjn. v - a't y. " record-bronzin- Plaa-Tar-Hon- st ef to-da- ;?l. 1 rs 0H.0..E. Office HART KY. ' .! . -' YETISHINARY SURGEON UKAVKR BAM, James Tailor's Mvrry tl-- ' Bar. - I .. H. .V- ft,tWv,'vv-.,jj.X.,.r . u. k . . j w Jul. - iiinui-lKunK- S l.roji.t ,.,uruu (, Ri THAT PAV, Iftii.M U.tm aiki wlp ). u In Ktnm-Klil- . li.t, . rii.UL fop on t l,o ,,nii. roMl?tlj ,l.Inl .- -. i CZS 1:1 (xiik, ijnuu:ur, well-know- n rrit.. n,n. CMRC3. u.Z,'$J,iF"' "Unit rltt FrrfrtOtiH. r'",1 03.B03 Ouvnnth Atr.M wasHif4CTori. o. c. j - , nnii, ,!r rnrr ,. " '7ifi i.' ) vtr n1 ii "iimrs y. g NEW ikii WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY bVIi!IK)w rgtJZtf'CTkVmA A Ittifcnl WEAK for v LONGS or KSKwvSEoKsi CONSUMPTION A quick rcllrl for lhal lurd, run down Irrlm;. cought, palm In clirit. niitlit tJt. Iirmtir tLniM. riV lunci or ccnmimpllon. It II doct t bcl yau It coilj you fttbict. 4, FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL CO. SSSiKU0? y CALLED HER FAMILY full-Hedg- TO Mm mtffn mmm M8SBSMWmn rirrrIK'M3itlgA -- Kll-ma- jxwmsjr 1 1 -- ) 1 com-menc- iPOPDUUTmE CE4MCS 300 1 to A1AGAZINB ARTrCLES-300 to-da- y. wonaa tatormea ei M fcnglneerinff. Mcchnrla and Invention. Pot r itncr na con nnu ah ine ritniiy. it ppi ana wtci icon ouiciancuiannaAiiivnnnv lu ihouMiidtui it me 1 KTorits throughout Ki.f " u ILLUSTRATION itffrn Written S You Cm Understand H Slwp Now Doaartmtat CO l'm-w- l rka ronil rrftrticai iiinuinrniiotnorKonafW.irnraiur wi t7mua to do tuiiici imml tho llumo. .(notour Mochonlco 117 lacw1 for tho Pny aoif uiriBwtioilkiitoBiBPtningiiflliilinwtninaliofViri tflu and Tf...LrAi.li Ontllu. Knnln. llatM. I!lim Iioivv li'Wilir. 1((H1 iSiniltnrn, rlo. I'onuiuo ln tniciluuifirthoMetUuulr(lomtriioiJHi'oruiDou tliowtTliL Cr lTor4B oiaffl ok tii tiunv.ponarnuftrvronncuiiiFrti lor Uilcgi ucw iad UlcraUnt: n& Ull ' 1 ft.SOrIRVCAR wwf mo yoor POPULAR MS.CHANIC8 O OJO. anpl oiMor or wtmI inm too . copy tola bo ooat on roHOot SWOLK COPIES, lit MICMISOO) AVOKUO. (.VflGABO MAMAZkNC Jta.JEtili-T'i.'Vl- il CASTOR I A For Infants and Children 1SCaLLr.wOWQH ,i i." 'H.'i 3 Z2- - ! Luduig's Attitude. Amsterdam, Jan. 8. King l.udwi;; of Huvnrln is quoted in a Munich dispatch as having taitl yo3tcrday at a reception on his britlulny that .the terms of Germany's enemies were ex- A In Use For Over 30 Years H, Alwajnjtaar. SIgnatuicof SZfZZZr (tOfjfT&Zc&li ki:.l rf Cash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican" AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Get on the Firinsf Line GSJRS the iim. n fcolSRoGQI I 3 f i bio RaW7 linwiiaf ) iafSiL)wwt.osH -- BffuOOfMifi Wfi? ffi.dti)ttbl:tce. 1 orbitant. ?i lt "Not an Inch of German torrltorv will be ivon up," ho declared. "Wo unclk !;a:.; kinds NAMK OK i:LlSTKI) .MAN mubt try to sa.eguard our frontiers." Assorting that tho Uavarlans, III Dallas, Tex., Jim. S. The doslro the other Gormnns, were vlctoriou te servo his country ami wltlo publi- everywhere, tho king added: cation of a dispatch from Dallas two "May wo succeed also In dofeatln,: weoTtB ago that ho did not know his our latest enemies, tho Americans." name or place of birth, huvo led to UOKKINGMA.V KMtfTKB. the locutloa and identity of the mother of "John" l'mldy, uccordlng first to (Utpt. Walter Hull, in clrgo of the j Paducah, Ky., Jun. naval recruiting station heip. The "man in overalls" who hai ever serv mother is Mrs. Jack 1'uddy, of Halt-- ed tho city of Paducah as a commissioner Is James L. Woolrldgo, nowly Tcxus. Two weoka ago, l'udtly applied for elected Commissioner of Safety who Wooldrldgt. enlistment in the navy. Ho passed took offlco yesterday. a perfect examination, but said tho who received a splendid vote, was v at tho Illinois Central only nanio ho know was "I'uddy" machinist and that ho did not remember his shops Thomas N. Hazollp and H Wynn Tulloy, also elected in Novemparonts or place of birth. Capt. llall hoard I'uddy's tdory ber, wero installed yesterday. and chrlstenod him "John I'uddy, Kurt Worth. Texas, aged IS." Puddv was then accepted for service. FOR FLETCHER'S Publication of the story, ('apt. to Mm Hull ti:ltl, brought letters troiu jiuronth" lit many states, seekUiii If you ihii lo nuliu a ulc try a ouu. Ouu MUr fioi.i Mi.,. Ja,i4 b, i cm j'"xur toyum UI!..jJ.i 6 o hv ALLTHIlOAT'.KuUlNfiTRCySlP.S. I auAUAHXiira .niLTiGi:Vi0.ayJ Olt. K05TBY iiTaOT.xwsnrtfyirrrnrTJrjriwtxw3KJ m-:? 32V3llyY. Commercial-Appe- al DOTH ONE YEAR FOIt : : : ! IFIn lift tou must Lnnvr vrlutt 11 urw in l.utliitu asd Ia4av try. 10 invention anil ircnrt. Oft out ef the roll set on tin arias Uakv ron mnt to rBft-e- l Sirf - a srjilT,J. Uy tinedal arrangement, 4to lire enabled to furnish these two papers at thla low rate for a limited time. The Commercial Appeal Is u large and ono of the ycry best imperii publbihed lu the South. Caoh must In ull cases accompany ach order, 'litis rate Is applicable to renewal am new hulxscrib -- $1.25 SEND YOUB ORDER TO Popular Science tht matt tntrrrf!)) ani ntoful rurilttM. aad iw w(ai nwnoy wonu. BTf tr oisuia 300 Picture 300 Axtlela. oil for oolrlscenU. All tin rw Mni aw) lntntloni In elrotrlclty and wlrtlns. In utomohile and ocroplanci, la tbowstk aad in uraiinx, unit in HowlonkothlniioatliAmo. Mnutfliwrv month, IncluiliiiK rt lrlrrrotor. poufiryhouM, furniture, outtmioUle tliop rtvun. tc trpHoTlna It U full of It to wrUtno la pUm Loli& for aaa. kuy. ConU a Copy-31- .50 IS Yar moiicr-mokln- a m Urowi.iiitri'In'io.ljroiiM. rawiita, Inu'l io.i'Vl.1 'lM rirkv, huw to copjrii'.itii.tK., in ALL COUNTJII-- 3. JSwlKut ifir'tl mi 11 utttnf inn taut Monthly PnOCURS3AnonEi;CNDED.1'"l''''ll.l mirrai)Jrj:tmlt fnum. it. it, r"i' Mi hfrirgotitnt .uioriHiinotuuf at ji:i Stmt, (tar II Pnctlca izciutwcy. i-- VnlW S'otoo iUm I uaaj,M db h r.f? h 'I CTk'BHBiVega WAVrNNCTOH. D. C. M iff in 111 aaS n vT .m TaTBI BT '3 m 171 uVV 1. , ers alike. Id. wzmjM w$ 400D 'At r Your tftcney Vsek Children Cry CA 3TO R A Ort It from VopuUr Sciatica titwtdenlcr or frrlU direct to lnttilr, u fourth Art N,Y. EVCC TM(frrnUrMMiZo.atuaa Ur pnuii aaa aaulaa tij Hw. mCXi 'frtrk THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. tvi .. . . Vtt- - ...;;.. u Ul .. uaTiia :...-,- KMlUttllcaa ., for If ro;i UM the Vfi w.Unu TrnlclBC. tho ' You 'iiuKi.t,iiuiin.wrtii.nii.ilnn. Flutl uiiUl..iiti.iuil. or mi limit. Wnnuit-W- u i.w-w- , imnuim.v.M itti, ntr,)'Qi Dosrrao'N I all Secured w DECLARES U. S. AND Your Telephone Operator The BELL Telephone operator has a mission in life, and her mission is to serve you. Quickness, accuracy and courtesy are her essential Frequently, she is called npnn to act quickly in e:ijc',,;.:,u,ic-- v)r.. cour-a- : and prest-ireo'.-' mind are rojiiired. s ENGLAND (in). l'rof. Tnrtcr nnd wlfo have been KH; KI'WAIU CARSON HAYS TVO,nwn' B,,,co ,,,jforc Christmas, at tholr' tornior home at Clinton, Ky., where NATIONS CAN MKKT Al.li airs. Turtcr has been very of IM.l'IK-KH- . pntniinotiin nlnco ni riving there. Mr. Roht. Gray sold his farm near liberty to Dr. 1'. T. Willis nnd London, Jan. 7. "It may ho a bought a lionso and small tract of vain delict on my part, hut I hold St urn town. very Wrongly, that tho United States land T' e n ms to be quite nn'rpM-- 1 two groat cou'ln P'nl ourfelvrs, eiBtc of easles nml pneumonia, i i by ihemanlve In it rro Mh.i !.. . .jNo larjrlpye. ii tu tii'1; nho'it tho coriIc,t nv ii e boy1 an i'i .'f or t,i pledges that wo na irjirl: i' i' In ol prt.n i ' i, 'anil t Wn 1' n h( ii I 111 , i IAN WIN Pooplo of this section nro In the rrlp of another spell of Zero weather and :hc muln topic Is war and moro IHCAVER DAM- - HBHBSSJIBBBlBSixMH..k4.lMMlILilil3STSBBBSflBSSBMBmBCSIB Biggest i Vate for your Family ?,(, PNn leading ''''' SMS I na-tio- o ,, IIi"i ii li'tik'f oml ' !r 'if' I n'.i. , , ('rr r it briu n to rlf njc. i t l t ic n.l . .. m ii.nl' '.on 12 Great or Gronp Stories fir 7 . 0 $lzr v Jk. ry no, tu "Th lv,t 'reiii' i C. irrrut a riitli" ,t ,ri, a.- vc,--( nr,.3 ' 'or."l i , i. country." u)i ij:, i ii.-,- , i i 1 , I ( f : 1 'i . !, I. l . No mor j loyal and conscientious gro.jp of worker? can bo found than the iAin women at the switchboard. ; on, ir'iit'ii- none . i nt rorf jllo i the llrilth j nr. .i! line., at a inditing hrm for Iprcain'- r i I vi of ''" i ) i , .(! i" 1 l)'lllt(d. - Willzr liei-.pt- ,' r" ot liusic.iln: Their service extended by your n. can ' be Smile greatly n ii r I.iv-r- ' it 'tih ii li fflc&'rlnc '"'''" H 'Arthur ', a v f tin fif'v oi an nr .ill' !)" Me,"fniry ha' ,, inu l.i m"!ti ir.itu, 8i np his i'ii .it die I'epi i ai.d ..icr divu-M- i t ,! it'll KnUntc Rlln I tha Pcw'L' p ('re hiuiuc.--a f'u'lr would onfinue In their firirm!n.'i- - whore biiLin'-she K tak1'!?; , to n 'ci,iy ll'l III rrlnlkm .'in P.'- - I" Imcki At B " i d. ') lb'i Btiilv h it holidays In uiv, ' .Ism.1, .' , p.rl. H ti'J boy; Che Ur Leach, bo . i 1 CI rl 'P.-8to Eave, Ua tu. ami o;xms to I'I i, , UfijitPi;.,)',! .CMti'r.'Jii.ni',,' (. ooipamou S2 V"1 , ., i.j . lsst.;,, ,. ra 3 McCa!Fs Magazi&e nHtorlfr for million1! otwotrfn. to tave. 12 tplwulid numbers full of ctii. j pr)ti.r. i5Uo of evrtIinK tiiat will efclij-h- l all ogc, t: Eeit Storioi, tho Latest StyU, : Ion 7 t It O TC i 7o ! When yon Telephone CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY incorporated inn to cuuy out their duty toward.-I'umr.ilu. of no Piul to this vnr that "I 1,!K Ik possible without maintaining th rights of Ru'manla and Serbia just us minh us the rights of Great Brlinin and' her empire," said Sir Kdwnrd. "I repeat tho determination of his Majesty's government that we will no on to the end witli.unlty until wo have attained the objects with which we entered Into tho war. Willi our t coiti ltogcrs is going to mo-.to town (,nd he and Luther Liles have louiiiht thti barber shop. s fi 6A ?vlr. Chns. Send $2.25 to tho publisher-- , of the paper in which tills. OCcr appears and gtt a. t n - Lumi'ANiUH tor oZ weeks. I ALt. TOR L,omrar.ion Unlcnciar lor 3. ftJcCALL'5 MAGAZINE every month for J j IE OTtT9 COMPANIO. BOSTON, IIASSiCnCSCTTS tto;i..ti.jjtjarmj.-j-.ia.ji,a 0& s5 -- . mi. wot io new kouih s tomprn'in iuu iiiw la Kstoll Oldham tell while sKnting nnd broke his shoulder, and when ho was found ho was In n preaarloiu condition, but is doing nicely at th.' writing. Uro. Kdgur Allen Is liolding a series of meetings at Centertown with good icsults. ine .ulicflbcrB if" $9.2S ' '"1 Ti Jlj :ra.i'.caB2r-XuiT- S help Serbia, Huir.anla and Greece, Will inllllWi Ktoniarh Troubles. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesthe incut natural alliance In the If you hnvo trouble with- - your oll &to. hoatori.. They did not have whole world, ought to build up a fab- stomach you should try Chamber- 0 sons explained by Moving PicPLANS ARE anv left to give him. ture machine. Seven big Dewhich will make not only for the lain's Tablets. So many have been Mr Rockefeller's homo and thoio ric partments Shorthand, Bookliberty and life of their lAvn people restored to health by tho use of OVER BUSINESS of hvtcral other wealthy Now Yorkkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, greatly help In the solution these tablets nnd their cost Is so liters adjoining have u coiuinon central but will Musis, Primary Normal. Exheating plant, but luck of coal forc- of the problems that will arise in the tle, 25 cents, that It Is worth whllo pert teachers. Modern equipm to give them a trial. - Near Cant." ment. Position 1'HINLV LVDICATKI AT KKDKK- - ed It to close down. Ho sent n reassured. Jquisitlon to the Standard Oil Com Al, TKADi: fOMISSIO.N'S Write tor catalogue. f. NOTICK. KA ST VIEW. pany, in which he nnd his father arc 1XQUIU. Tho holidays passed away quietly heaviest stockholders, for thirty-si- x ( Daviess Co. Bus, College Notice Is hereby glicn that the in this community. Loll stoves. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and Philadelphia, Jan. !". The United "Supply exhausted. Can't get them Ohio County Petroleum Company, b) Incorporated s son and daughter, Ellis and Lole, tlu consent of its stockholders, States government may take over the for you or niiyono else," was the OWENSBORO, KY. per-o- n spent Wednesday and Thursday with Industry or the country in order swer, whereupon Mr. Itockcfcllcr, closing up Us business, mid any limiiif a claim against said relatives at Beaver Dam and Taylor to control tho threo principal neccs-WIt- h a hhiver, decided to move. ion will plcn.se present same. Mines. meat, coal nn.l j fcltlc1 of war-timI. V. HAUNAItl), I'rcddeut. Mrs. Era Hawkins and son.Nonls, hoon oxer ins coiu trnnsnortatlon. This was Plainly In- -, December lltli, 1U17. Rveryone speaks well of Chamberspent a few days last week with redlcated at today's session' of the Fed Fetro-Menlain's Cough Itemed) after having Relives Files latives In Owensboro. tTiil Trade Com mission here. Mr. Erney HInton, of Camp Tav-II'.ALD KXOH. An official connected with tho com-- i used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pltts-felNo matter how stubborn tho X. Y., lias tills to say regardIs spending a few days with recase may be Petro-Ment- a mission which has been Investlgatim; will "riie" ground in this vicinity has bring relief. A trial will convince ine.it conditions here prophesied tint ' ing it: "Last winter my little boy, not been clear of snow since the 7th latives in this vicinity. Mr. Joo Rldgeway moved to Dav you. For sale by Ohio County the government intended to sclzo all five years old, was sick with u cold of Doccmber 1917. iess county last week to make his Drug .Co. Price 25c. tlu packing and allied Industries, nnd for two or three weeks. I doctored Miss Winona Taylor visited Miss , Henry, who Is examining him and used various cough inedl- - Gladys Likens, of Beaver Dam, from futuro homo. 4 Kr..ncls J. Mr. Homer Martin spent Wedneswitnesses, did not deny that tho plan icines but nothing did him much good Thursday until Monday. community havo been over to Hartwai being considered in Washington. until I began using Chnmherlaln V Mr. W. T. Taylor who has been 111 day and Thursday at Owensboro. Born' to the wife of Rudy Stewart ford having their questionnaires fill"Tho. course the Investigation is Cough Remedy Ho then Improved for some time Is no better. ed cut. taking is plain enough," said Mr. rapidly and in a few days was over Wits Martha Sanderfur Is visiting Jan 2nd a girl. in Henry. "Draw your own concl- Ills cold." ucr brother, Mr. Ellis Sanderfur and TAFFY. usions. I must absolutely decline to family of Beaver Dam at this writ CENTERTOWN. "I"IU" Homo Mortgaged. A light rain fell here' but uo tobe quoted In connection with the ing., Miss Georgln Rowo is visiting her fi. New York, Jan. Tho famous It is up to the redhrnl Trade matter. Mr. Courtland Taylor and family bacco season. sister, Mrs. Romle Heflln, of Evans-vlll- e. Mr"., Marlon Park died Saturday Commission. I hnvo been ordered to iirooklyn home of the late Robert have moved to his father's, Mr. W. Le taken ovalong the rit7sIinnions may soon i (induct the investigation T. Tajlor's untl" his father improves morning at eleven o'clock and wis Miss Evelyn Hunley has returned lines taken. Tho government will er by a Brooklyn bank to satisfy a hi health. burled in Bculah burying grounds at mortgage of $3,000. It is the home Sunday morning at eleven. Sho from a two weeks visit to relatives sees lit." do what It Mr. Marlon Sanderfur wife and lit- Doda "Tho Federal government will as- where "Pltz" trained for fights with tle son, Fred, of Canton, Ohio, visit- was tho daughter of James Balrd near Hopewell. sume control of the business through Sharkey, Jeffries and Ilulilln. Tho ed liis" father, Mr. E. P. Sanderfur near Hartford. She leaves a hus- Mrs. Maude Calloway Brown went decld-t'dl- y J a receivership," said the member ot heme was mado famous and and family from the 17 of Dec, until band and Infant daughter with a to Louisville Saturday where she will unpopular about twelve jears the commission who disclosed th" numberof relatives to mourn her 'stay as long as her husband Is at ago when n yarn was printed that tho 5th of this month. purpose of the eountry-wld- o meat early departure. She was 17 years' Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sanderfur and now In progress. "1 can-o- l "Fritz" was harboring an untamed children, Oran, Ocyvlnd, Thelma and cf ago and was married to Marlon A toclal was given by the B. Y. P. Hon. Some of tho neighbors believbo quoted. The meat supply Is to The sorrowing! Mablc Rose, spent Christmas with Park last spring. U. members Saturday night. Everywhat the railroads are to ed the story until it was denied by his father, Mr. E. P. Sanderfur and lufslMiid has the deepest sympathy tho nation body icported a good time. tiansportntlon, and tt has been con- FltZElnimons. of tliit' and all tho adjoining com- family. mm clusively proven that regulation at niiiu".iep. Funeral services wcro Miss Nellie Goodc'l was delightful Quito a crowd attended the play Prefers Chamberlain's. ly surprisr i this tliuo is nccesary." ",pd Park arriv conducted by Rev. Harper. "In the course of a conversation at Rob Roy school house on tho 28th ul i tl frit t f Dftrrnt ... A.t nfti iii? n ;.: S u icy cni Mrs. James Ambrose is vry If " Quite a delightful time was spent rep witli Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s '"7' I ,.. t y al" V' n has started to viur, wut put iiuuiihiiu iiiiik ulll;t rescntativu today, we had occasion at Mr. E. P. Sanderfurs on Christ- with pneumonia. r queiitlonlng tnndlue to Illustrate Mrs. A. Landley is v" 'tl: ; n'a- general way the merits mas ove night which was celebrated h3 holidays. Wo to discuss in a IK n how the government could operate i . ,ii to worry of tholr different preparations. At his by a nice Christmas tree. Those tives here. fi ..' : v n M- the meat industry to keep down suggestion I Mr. Ernest Patton wlfi "d r.y .it & r 'icokkeeper. take pleaauic In expres- present wcro: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. prices ami conserve Uio supply. . P. .il: sing my estimation of Chamberlain's Saudcfur and family, of Cromwell; reu t.pent Saturday with w rnr-teare ery busy stripping is Mnyuci testified that he had al Cough Itcmedy. I have a family o" Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sandefur and end family. tobacco. ready placed Uls ideas at the dlspo3-"- hix Mr. Clarence Funk, o: .'ordsville, chlldrei and have this remedy in little son, Fred Leslie, ot Canton, O.: of Washington, and asserted that my years. I consider It tho Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Crowder and little spent last week here remodeling a home for Foderal meat inspection should lirst only cough remedy on the market, daughter, Irene; Mrs. S. M. Taylor, house. He will move on the farm of All kinds of high class Job print-Mi- s. be done away with. W. P. Hoaglaud in a few days, ing done at THE REPUBLICAN OP- I have tried nearly all kinds" C. W. Wallace and daughter. as Mrs. "Prices could be lowered and 25 Earl C. lioss, Publisher Haruiltoa Kuth; Messrs. Norval Leach, William A number of registrants in this PICB. per cent, of tho cattle and meat Syracuse, DaviB, Jim Austin, E. P. Sandefur, County Kcpubllcan-N'ew- s, ply of tho country could bo Kan. in and Mtsses Connie and Mae d," sild Muynes, who was bubpona- ararsrararxttBttcuraa'ttcurMa'- d as an expert, "If tho government COOL SPltlNGS. A large crowd attended the Xmas were Immediately to fix prices every i Uk cunt Hi fa uut-Ii- n (WVWt- I'n nnH hii tree given at the Rob Roy school t'lti nml 4io( Ti week. Mrs. Agnes Tate spent Sunday at house on the 24th. "Tho government should then pues Mr 0. e. Scotts. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Leach visited c'tayborii Wilson, of Wyso. legislation stopping Federal destruc M their daughters, Mrs. C. T, Smith tlou of cattlo, offal of which only is was tho guest of Mrs T. C. Dentils and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and family found to bo infected with tubercular Tuesday. last week. germs and legislation forbidding the Mr. Luther Elliott and eon Halite Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor and slaughter of pregnant ewes between have purchased a grist mill which daughter,. Miss J. Winona, nnd Mr. November und May. In order to send they will set up at this place. Evoiett Tuylor, wcro pleasant visitors heavier owes to the slaughters the Hen of Mr. K. P. Sanderfur and family on Mrs. Agnes Tate and Mrs. packets inuko a special!) of killing Woodburn visited Mis. lloyd Swain, tho 25th. pregnant nulmals in the brccdim; of Prontiss, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Alex Davis, of Tay tliuo." Mr. T. C. Dennis and Mr. Liftlior lor Mines, visited his father, Mr. II. Elliott went to Heaver Dam Tuesday W. Davis Saturday and Sunday. Aie Your Sewern Clog-tcd(,, i,H,1Mi, f) .Mr. J. W. Taylor and Mr. V. U. ho bowels are tho soweruge sys- Mfc8 Mary Kltcla.B rofuml homo Tuylor were In Beaver Dam Monday Jj I tern of tho body. You can well hunts- - u(tor two weckH vl8(l wth frIomirt on InwIiiosH. iue tho result when they nro stopped rclllvca of Uockport and Mo up as Is the case in constipation, as ) !,;... . i 31UV Kcward, 100 a niirgatlvo you will find Chamber Mr, Copiius Riiyiner nnd wlfo aro I -. 111 t.lj ninM Tablets excellent. Thoy nro viuitlnu Mr. Rnylner's brother, of pleased '..lil.ira rf that thero Is Iain's to learn at least ' If paid in advance. This offer is to both lnlbl and gentle In their action, They Uutloi county this week. 0''0 dreaded dlsoano that science ,)0e" alio to euro In nil Its stugci ami ,1 m . Miss Mary L. Improve the digestion. also spoilt that s catarrh. Catarrh luinir crcntlv Pendleton new and old subscribers 8- conditions Tuesday nlt'bt nt Mr. T. C. Dennis. Influenced by constlttitlonfl lcqutre3to1iitHution.il JOHN' I). .III., MOVES; feutnent Halt's Address all orders to the x Mr. Thomas Tato and Will Wilson Catarrh Jtetflelno is t'ikeii internally and HAS NO OIL STOVE tliu Iiiouii Mucous Stir-flotitrned from 'Butler county Tues- aitsis, thru tho Syu-- on ittlio by ileetroyMK i it i t i. day where thoy have been 'vlsitinu t)ut foundation of tho illsoauc, ullnK tho 8. , Now York, Jan'. 5. John I). patUnt ktrcnath h liulldliic un thu con-- s Mr. llofco Wilson. 8. ItMiton ond uhshtlriK n.im.e In ilolncltu Jr.. has been obliged to cIimo v.. R. Tho p'lyprii tors Iirvo eh intich 1RI fulth In tho ouuilvii DOWLri of lloll's his. Now York homo und inovo into (."t arrh JT"llcln thv offar One I ft I ills father's lujmo at Tarotown, N j'tmuwti ion ir tortht un.i that It fulls unv "20 . ' to eute Hmul for Pit nf tcdtlmonlnla. FOR FLETCHER'S ft v., because llio stuiuiuui uii .om-- j Ai!dn-P. J. CHWNrJY & CO.. Toledo. I Ohio. i;ia by all Vtuacltt, 'C. ' pauy was unuuic o prouuo nun wiui III 35K2?n We Knock the Spots Out of Thirgs H 11 Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la Superior Manner. Sena us your Garments Them and Have-- TO! i CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Ivn N'all, Prop. an-me- at HARTFORD, KENTUCKX. cor-poi- nt USE LI V-VER-- ta or For Lazy Liver ami the Troubles of Constipation. Peel rljrht all tho time. Don't lay of from work for days by taking calome: when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yo on your feet, while rclicvingyourtrou,l 1c. Safer too. and casv to take. Don I take anything else, rou can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A sat ural remedy, natural in its actions, in its effect and certain in results. If wiK won't bo long before completely displace' calomel in every home. Children caa take it freely an? with perfect safety. Every bottlo zuar antecd. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nor genuine without tho likeness and siga ture of L. K. Grixsby. For sale by 7. 11. WUXIAMS, Haxuor; Xic ax , .... '. Ini-ti- l g Used 40 Yews nt al CARDUI The .' GOOD CLUBBING OFFER IJSm. vffliliHIftH r.a 1 ! I Woman's Tonic 1 V m X Sold Evarvtwltjira ' iiwi-A-Axy'1 i, fv.-i- . l?-:?- U i&? THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST HOMEAND FARM i wM 5?n-3 .Rua-Ei T,mftrnf3 .n -- si fti i and HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ALL ONE YEAR FOR i i . - j ' ieir.c3y, t .tt'-a.- v iurcicJ v.h.n evsrytklcj; elan faiK j m.vou-- j rroitfjtui y;d ftmalj .: 1 S d n, b slnc-s- t!u.-- tho cio !hs havo tcj::fiei ' fiV'fli'WAif'K-i-iaftnitd- ? 3 , ,, ! 11-l- U- $3,50 btit ri!Jclrto ever I4 il ovs a 'n ccmtir. H vwii.7 txtjnrviijirmeini tYs cn-j-j- i: fEvery Woman i!iMS' rOR 1 Vnniu S" rara .&. rIu Children Ovy REPUBLICAN HARTFQRO, KENTUCKY 1 DiaolvoJ In it.icr f'cr loi peivii. catarrh, ulcirrtisa rr.d iaflaj-- . nation RecommeadcJ Lv Lydla & Pinkham RIed. Co. for ten yrsrs. A IicaliVg wondar for naI catarrli, do-ich- e PERSONAL SK HVOII-HP Mail orethroniandsorocye. . .1.,... .... Jiilrau u EconooJceU j l.l OAS.T.ORIA -- s aSCCKXKNCviS(NC;CCN'i3 t;. 1't? t. -- .. jJUNA.A-a-k s -- ijS ii, - - -- "i .wj !fwjifm tltNAMMMMMMlWMMtfiMAlMeilL waw wmm9StriggQw m ( Mens Clothes c iiii tPt "W ft iJ. tm o I 1I.JS. Tho noodod. ThU Is an oxcllent tlmo to crops wtro not marl, put tlicm into use. Small patches of coats per pound f ral rorUd from wot land enn bo dralnod at mnll ox- - 3.6 cents In Ooorsla to 6 coats In penso llctwcen now anil the opening Oklahoma. up ow spring work there U nninlo ' This year the I.MVI HKOKOK'S STATKMKNT, tlmo to do tho work. farmer has boon ablo to noil his pro-- , .Imp., nl ., f.ilr nrlrn ..ml l.nn tho Hrltlsli Prima Minister States Pence Fvory fiiniier. part of whose farm h unproductive because It need droin-- j , tiffc, should tnko advantage of tho1 Supttklin; for tho Hrltlsli Rovornprevent opportunity to add to his mctii nnrl for tho allies thp Itrlthsh premier has lFuod n stntotnettt "f cropping area by supplying th. i. ecnry rir.Unn.;;.- - Thoo hind "'II, tin iimeo terms that the Central 1'ow ra iriit.' tnct If tho war Is to In-' '"i produce trnru titan tverar d 'I. The inttro fern's, brond'r Every product will In " lands i'c' KaMn(inii ly tt"1 ' In ill" yrii, , i'i . i " I'll ipmrid i' ii I. r tot itlou of Hot tutn and S. r , Hono Fly HurvivfA Winte. - lio'i of A i'., t Unc ati xiierime nt m ti'f ovcrw'i muR to rriiu'i, ntititl.il' lv Tnrkr-.ii. rUpt., u report tln hi Ik it : .''1 y'n io territory lvti I'n'i- i Bnrnitl of Jlntnmnloe- , t'nitinl i'H tu i noli ,i Ml. I, ri III' II to ' 1M I in ,trnnf tit oi AKt'iMilturp. i iiih-.- i .. , !i r,t ii i . lit onolif nit that 1i tho Kit'! i. ,ll 'II " .,it e;:oii as v oil as farthei . ill' p in!' I'll ii.nv " il n,nvint(rs In Hn li I M itr, ' pt'iu !. P The Py wu "n ilnj iit to lr oil cvntii.iiou'ly flur. ' 1M ail w v n'er m lu.ifpil tnilldltips tnli il i i il ' SIM tlip adult tl ' .id til M. .i food fnr t'n r I A n mill r t ('III Ml' t t vi . in vlilch tl.e tgrm mi ' I " ' : J ' ",' ,!i5JVCvcs: YWfSfm0gmlm '$, ,', ., . CJiEScJrea !. V"',' X.M -- Cry for Fletcher's Tju . ftAlw" - Will Command fiiafiC?S5. 'Prices In World's History mftEmrsrmyijp11 Y riTTCtt The very limited supply of wojI ,.i.i. i- vsa !e 'i rNty- mi v ' VJT? ifBl l Psi ySS - ' .v. ' v. .. .iiss4fC73r . !,.-- v . Xnt Mi It t jrc"viiite;!irvrrcr :? VStWK'WW.1 xVkVVN.VA' :vo. -- rai ml faS J yf1 n &i T. '0 E;urT Ttnu 1! iv - u.5c fcr oTer o. .'ways Bought, and 30 ye irs, Lar, borno lb - h t hr? been itura of ' I fitl , V . , j rnd has boen hkico T Lr;-..- W supem'r.Ion p. dOOlie to tire, ; i ; "is I u . . Mi l fr -" . ' : ' - 1 jvailatl: ia .ii ' o .? ( as v .i.-- i t. ii, T ; 'i : u . itii r.t:d eninab ' ". . , tr '.'.'!? Mi i L. . . acrm-. of k i i- - during: the coimuE year ii will command uu:h now the Government is l.u-a!!!:.' '' re'.' i'le: il a h" , . i ! nnu Saot.i Opid-.i- ' . . . fe.. r:-j- n .ul; , -- ::'-- - f. . T irice. 11 v., -l i - r ii. p.::i- - fabrics, i that may sbon reach the. proh'.jl.icn rta;e. Better be supplied v,ith good, iiirc wooicicLi.cs while this kind can be had, and before prices advance sufficiently 10 xPul.e'theu a lu::ury. of cotton-mixe- d rv'a'ra 0? MEF'S, ":"? t .. v. - 1 I - . ,. ' W-i- tU . . , f mr. t) . u?e ., ! I . , ) I i nho c. Caiia(.a'e ,,nil.i-n- n u rtii-ijn- nd J:';rrh byr-.u. 1- - u.av.. r.nd oi P , mi; pivin? hoiltl.v aU : -i- fce Mabei's iriccu. ii'v. rcL- of Coftsifajm, ' ' ?.; ; tal?;, ir hi. nhn; .lie Svm:i :cti r- - . , - T.if n. s tir -- ohrr It i.. lr t' L.t ",p t.'.- - , ' i. r noric, p .re. j. .iti.ins ... r t iiiti. .' l it bri y. . ! Its i'ur it ir tj , t.iija Jleej. KV li : vi lop : . t ' In ubhli t'i' larvai- - rn'-- l n l i WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY fk ts YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS s"C MEN'S SUITS ERtf' 10 (o $& $22.50 m ? r I YOUTHS' SUITS CHILDREN'S SUETS to $15.00 r - i$2 io SI0.00 M DONT DELAYBUY NOW Carson V CoMpao GT-.T-- ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY rvnA flf 'VVV'-"Tt'V"-'-"n- rti r tfOUt V -- iT iU - Km 7- - j t'AA r -- . Farm Department -. II -- 1 ' ' t'v' b IL naturally upon the limestone soils of "What I'.eof C.ittlo Worker.-- . Did. agents in beef cattle extern Xew KugUuid kept tho flocks In a nlon work, according to the annual thrifty growing condition. The rigorreport of tho Bureau of Animal Industry, l'n Mod States Department of Agriculture, in the last llscal ear gavo specific advico to 3,:J00 farmeri; addtcsbed .ISO meetings with attendance ofSS.TSC people; were instrumental in placing with farmers :i,991 breeding cuttle, besides UbO hogs, a number of breeding mares, and 1,4)2 feeder cattle. Direct assistance was given in building 11.1 ork silos, and 25 additional ganizations wore tunned. Demonstrations given included 58 in baby beef, 150 in steer feeding, 42 In cattle pasturing, anil over 1,000 in hog live-stoc- f- - .v ous climate of winter In that latitude did not affect the sheep adversely, 'f they wero provided with shelter under which they could keep dry.. .Menace. The owners of these Hocks wero Vagrant Dog a oc- u r. IrK I1' I7 casionally obliged to shoot some marauding cur, but public hcutlmcnt at that tlmo supported them In the protection of their sheep. Now, however, while support lus not been wholly withdrawn, the dogs have become so numerous that tho authorities are almost overwhelmed. If the farmers of Now England could be assured that their sheep would be allowed to feed unmolested at the present day, numerous Hocks would quickly be purTo reduce tho losses resulting from chaser. They have unexcelled pasturImproper handling and storage ot age for sheep during the summer sweet potatoes, specialists were plac months uud would willingly provis- ed in the legions of largo production, ion for their care during the winter, and their work, il Is estimated, al- - The prices which wool, mutton, and ready has resulted in a saving ot $3,- - lamb now command are sulllcieitly 000, V00. ICxtructed from Annual He- - remnuera'ivc to Justify anyone who port of Secretary of Agriculture. is the pusatssor of 'rlo grassland in ,.'rw Knu'ltuul la out chasing a t.ock of sheep. Hut sotuo local legislation Pear Might Damage Reduced. The great pear blight outbreak will first bo necessury which will recwhich began In 1914 bus been mater- ognize tho fact that a vagrant dog is ially reduced as far us apples in tho a menace to tho progress of tho comKasteiu States aro concerned, accord- munity and providing a penalty for ing to a recent report of progress on those who insist upon owning dogs tho study or this problem by specials without keeping them under proper Ms of the United States Department restraint. Dogs should not be ul- of Agriculture. Considerable atten- - lowed to wander awuy trom tneir tlon ou tho part of depattment spe- - owner's premises or leave their has been devoted to service or'n control, us otherwise they will work In the eradication of this ills- - becomo a public nuisance. Thu ciwnoi ease and the department also has co- - should bo held financially responsible operated In work in Idaho und Texas for the damage done by his clog, bu-icontrolling epidemics on apples cause of tho wanton destruction r.f tho wool and me.it that aro so greatand pears. ly needed lu tho present times of war own-clallsts n Cnnlinl Tlio Dog-.- . During a recent visit to Now Fug. h.nd it was noticed that numerous pjstuit.s that formerly supported Ilocks of sheep and lambs wero now rlesotled and wore becoming overgrown with weeds and bushes. A II'-tInquiry produced the Infoimatlun dogs wero t)ow so that tJioep-ktlllu- g nunioious that no (lock of sheep utts Mito from thoir attacks unlets sur- bulwark. Two Tciuudud by n dot-proor threu decadcH ago sheep were pro- nt ibly kept on many of (ho hills and in itunic'rciitii Htri'Kliia oi v.oodluml tho nutritious granges and tho Juxurtapt brovvblut; which llourlsh so lu tcurcity. Idle Acies. Nearly every farm has some por tion of It that is either not used at all or Is used lu such a way as to piodiico very little. On many lunus there aro patches of low ground which can not bo tilled becnttbo thy nio too wot. I'Huitlly whim iltuiuod thuso vtut ureii.i aro tho ricluwt laud on tho lariu. Just at present, when the world In tiimiged lu the mn.t t;lguutlu Hirudglu'iu Its hlttory, tho futons of niouruc' against, tho.10 of uutixiracy, Uu product of Uiwo Idle uctoj hi re Apple Ccilar llnt Cntittiillt-i.(' i ;' o Mireo-tm ctiiilrnllhit: in. i ci i.il'.i ill"' of applet by I ho cr.nli i- - S. CVTAM.UII.K I'OW I It t.i n ot tin riil co!ar- - hut been ni. III Itl.S SHIM S AM) U(M K povclJilf liy roprivi'iitHtlvfs ot ihu T niton Kt.ites Irpai tincnt of Aur.London. Jan., 5. l'criihri-,- . cultnit workln In large comnipr-- 1 ami ctudeiitx of the sui'erinitur.ii cml appK ricts. Whenever It i'- -i irnvo been li. vest If?a ting n o! desired to control apple cedar nr--t stianpo maulfcHatlnui hi ciieritnu g In ajt community it F. W. llulu, a cm be effectively and pcrmnmwtly (iirar Folkestone. builder, had cantraiUVd to cou- -' iicconiidlshed, the specinllstB jay In a recent report, by destroying the red struct an underground retreat in tin grounds of Ihtbrook Manor. He hud cedars In tho winter. boon tit work for some days when Cedar rust still remains a scrioiui ho was attacked by stones uud plecis disease in many facilities, p.trticii-- l larly where the orcbards do not form of rock, which wore hurled nt him agency. Hama dominant part of tho plant Indtf- - j by some mvstcnoKs mers and other Instruments "Moated" try. While there are certain pitas-"his1 of this subject that require further thru the nir toward him. ami investigation, tho main problem may candles wero extinguished by Jets of. by the missiles. bo regarded as being definitely solv- sand. Ho was Injured anil gave up work for two dnvs, but ed. It is sald. on resuming operations the same tor-- . repeated, rlfying experiences w,or lilts oi damp newspapers Scatter- (and ho has now relinquished the ed rvvcr the tloor will hinder dust from jwnrl; altogether Sir A. C'onan I)oyIv( rising wlicn the room Is swept The ' anil Sir William Harrett, wooden or linoleum-covere- d floors of of the Society for Psychical K"- a well-kekitchen and pantry bar- -' scaich, havo examined the excavation bor veiy little dust. and questioned tho u Uncases Tin y expressed the opinion that some In Deiiinnstriitious Show Profit. tangible power had been at work. Actual money profit on 11.000 TO TIIK DltAFTKD P.OiS. conducted by county agents in the Northern and Western States In the lineal year that closed The classification of those drafted June :!0,1917, was more than 53, for military service Is of Importance 000,000 more than double the co3t by reason of the fact that the call of the 410 agent: In this area to the for service will bo based on this clasFederal Government. States, coun- sification. Availables In class one ties, uud Individuals. Tho will be called first and so forth. The figures Include onlv imme- local board Is making a faithful effort diate results that could be computed to place every man In the class to in dollars and cents. No attempt which ho Justly belongs, but tho reghas been made to measure general ulations are new and somewhat inInfluence on agriculture nor to deter- volved, add opinions may honestly j mine how many farmers were en- differ as to which particular class i ' couraged by the demonstrations to tiwin belongs. The registrant has a Introduce Improvement. s. right of appeal to the district board. For example, in Maine, 32 farmers and every man who thinks he lias not aro known to have copied a silage been properly classed may file such demonstration, while 12 farmers appeal Tho local board Is made up built or rebuilt their poultry houses of men of the highest Integrity and after a demonstration house had would not willingly do any legistraut Injustice, but they, like the test of been built in their town, In Pencil)-j:i- n scot county, Mo., more than 400 us, havo to work out from a mass of farinoi. s aro known to have put in instructions just where to place the practice some feature of the demon- legistraut. For this reason some erstration work Illustrated on a neigh- rors may occur, and wo thought It boring farm. fair to those registrants who have no one to advise them to call .their attention especially to this rleht of Work of I toys in South. Moro than 100,000 boys In tho appeal to the district board. South who enrolled In agricultural (JHRMA.NS I'NKASY clubs during 1917 endeavored to OVKIl AIK RAIDS grow corn, peanuts, potatoes, grain borghums, cotton, and other miscelair raids London. Jan. laneous farm cropti, pigs, calves, Germany are awakening the peosheep, and poultry, according to In- over ple to a recognition of their rulers' formation and advico given them by mistaken air ruthlestiess, ucordinp to Stuto, district, and county agriculAmsterdam correspondent of tho tural specialists, school officials, and the Times. Thero Is great nervousness buslticsti men. throughout Germany, especially In lu addition 'to tho regular enrolltho moro exposed parts, he says, owment of 100,000 In boys" agriculturing to tho reported intention of tho al clubs of tho South 20,000 were enAmericans to Invade Germany by air. rolled to assist in meeting certain The object is discussed universally, emergencies incident to the war. A though efforts are iiiude to calm anxlargo number of members already iety by declarations about "American In wheal clubs havo boon enrolled bluff." tor 1918, wheat, ryo, and oat cluli3 Tin, frpiiiirmt PYiitnHlfinu In niinit. ; being organized wherever the grow- ! I tin ... tt t...-- .. ... Imci v...,. .II iliniiflil li hf) 'tlons rinu ........... ,U .. ,. n i factories,u.r the correspondent , tho (ierniitii mili Ml u wniunir tut it practicable. tary authorities anxiety, not only I Tho average yield obtained by corn because of the Interference with J he club hoys in Alabama, Arkansas. supply of munitions, hut also hecutiHO Georgin, Mississippi. Oklahoma, South of unrest lu the districts whero tho Carolina, and West Virginia. In 11)10. (NpMiuioiir occur. Tie 'indr'' I cm was ll.t bushels to tho aero. This thu average obtained been acute since m advent of frost. wns less than the -- i for tho three years preceding, liOHD ItHADI.NG I.IKKhV of tho unfavorable weather conWilli, III! H.MUASSADOIt ditions ot tho past season. Duo bun-die- d hois made over ami foity-bl- x London, J. in 7. It Is understood 100 bushels of com to the arte. that Lord Heading has been asked pig clubs, a i cord I ni; to tho whether ho would bo willing to beHo.vm' teport of tho Federal to the como Hrltlsli Ambassador m.'do purebred pigs common In parts United States, says tho Dally Nows. ot the South where lormerly a vvelU o (iot Tho Other Plain. bred '.iog ivuu Fcuicoly known. Thou-fciiii$ up the A practical Joker called of purebred pigs have been nmoug Ihu hoys villi ex- telephone operator and b.ild: "Hollo, Central, glvo mo heaven," cellent insults. Uoports shinv that the uvorugu nielli made by members ,lm t tliut isn't what she gavo him. X during tho lust year wero grazing Youugbtawu Telegram. . V. i iapple-growinal , I I I pt j I di I't in' r'!' ic thi hrn i winch tiiMrdinr t tb I' Oil III IM.lt tin' ullUs !.!' 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