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The Hartford republican: February 8, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918020801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 8, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wyt Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. TO JOIN COLORS JWattfinft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS JtowMrcmt Subscription $1 per Year No. 32 TEUTON PEACE LURE SCORNED Hun Powers Must Change Attitude To Attract Allies. Ethel Pcckenpaugh, Durcllo Godsoy, Maxwell Chambers, Stlrman Hrooks, '.. C. Daniel, Alma Hurdettc, Lillian Spurrier, George Ray, Anna H. Wedding, Daisy Hobbs, Vena A. Royal, Annlo Dalzo, Mary Roswcll, Talbot McDanicl, Ruby Unldwin, Ethel i, John Her, Eva Rondcr, Artlo Hrown, Mary .Inrnagln, Mary Fcrrol, Mary Hrown, Nona Taylor, Ina Render, M. H. Crowdcr, Lilllo Chlnn. WII-liam- OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918. had lieon In Hchool recently not moro tlinn ono day out of the month. Tho effect of tho nrralRiuncnt was to put tho hoy In clinrRo of tho Judgo of tho Jnvcnilo court, with power to commit him to tho Statu reform school If In tho judgment of tho court It was necessary to do so, but upon a promlso that ho would attend school and mako weekly reports to tho court tho Judgo allowed him to Co under the caro of his mother. Mrs. Mooro was present nt tho In-- 1 qulry uiid, wo aro advised, caused tho Inquiry to hu mado. AN ' APOLOGY Last of Quota For National .Army Called Report. Is To X. At n meeting of tho Fiscal Court UNANIMITY here Friday tho patriotic justices very COMPLETE generously donated tho sum of ?li) VICTIM OF a month for rent of rnnmn fnr Mm 32 Accepted, 53 Needed local cxomption board. Tho spirit No Approximation in Enemy Tho Bteaiuur Tuscniiln, a transport 'displayed was commendable, but with ' Reported Small Pox Halts carrying 2, 17!) Americnns wns tor....... ?r nnn ....... Terms.W.ir 41, '' TAum;a mu lulling ?IU,UUU iIII UVUl ... UOUOl pedoed and sunk off the Irish coast WO Examinations. Announcement. wisdom of tho act ns a business the Tho afternoon. lato Wednesday nronosltlon. It wan snmpthlni lllrn stenmer was transporting American taking up a collection for tho poor soldiers to rrnnco. 1,912 lives aro London, Feb. 3. The Supremo Tho local exemption hoard lias been so far accounted for, and it It he from tho Inmates of tho almshouse liuiiy for sovcral days preparing to lloved 207 were lost. Undo Sam Is In fairly good shapo War Council, which met at Versailles, soldiers Tho quality tho final 53 men that must bo on board wero chiefly from Michi financially, and could without ser- find n.o approximation in tho GorITALIANS SHOOT wtit from Ohio county to Camp Tay- gan nnd Wisconsin. Tho Tuscanla WHEAT PLENTIFUL ious embarrassment scrape together man Chancellor's and tho Austro-Hungarl- an Foreign Minister's speechlor about the 23 of this month. On wan under convoy of Hrltish wartho money to pay tho rent for the iiccount of tho prevalence of small ships at tho time of tho attack, and DOWN 14 AIRPLANES quarters of tho exemption board. It es to tho terms of tho Entente Allies BUT SHIPS SCARCE por In tho county, examinations were wns tho flnt ship carrying Ameriand ha3 decided to continue the vigIs true that many counties are proclosed last night for a fow dayw. viding quarters for their exemption orous prosecution of the war until can soldiers to Europe to fnll a vicThe names of those so far quali- tim to the German monsters of the boards in unused rooms of county peace can be obtained "based on fied for service follow. .sea. The survivors wcro landed on Former Australian Premier Heavy Artillery Fighting In buildings, but so far as Wo are ad- tho principles of freedom, Justico James E. Plummcr, Prcntls. vised this is tho first Fiscal Court to and respect for International law." the north coast of Ireland. Progress Along The Pi- Says Great Quantities This official announcement Nathaniel Hudson, Mcilcnry provido a cash allowance for such a was o ave River. Loyd Cavender, Hartford. Wait on Ships. purpose. The amount Involved Is mado hero A summary of TICK COUNTY FOOD ROSS. Clauddla J Dmghcrty, Reufrow. small, but with tho present condition tho official report of tho Versailles Sidney B Jobanon, Paradlte. of tho county's finances it wero good War Council says: Clarence James, a merchant at (loToy A lllnn, Koekport Unanimity of Policy. Rome, Fob. 3. Fourteen enemy business to conserve small sums. Washington, Fob. 2. Millions of Cromwell, has boon appointed Food 0 M Hrown, Ccralvo. "The council was unable to find mm Commissioner for Ohio county. Wo bushels ''of wheat aro available in airplanes and a captive balloon were EXPENSIVE LAWSUIT. in Von Hortllng's and Czernin's Leslie rtucker, (col.), Hartford. are not Just sure of tho duties and Australia to feed .the armies of tho "drought down yesterday on the Ital William Mcilcnry, (col), Hartford. prorogatltves of this office, but pre- allies If only ships can be obtained, ian front. Heavy artillery fighting Is utterances any real approximaW. L. Jackson was awarded a tion to the moderate conditions laid Russell JamcA, Echoic. The now Crawford Vaughn, former premier of in progress along tho lower Plave sume It la proelamentory. Claudo ShulU, Narrows. River. Following Is tho official ac- Judgment against Leonard Randall down by tho Allies' Governments. commissioner Is evidently a bellover South Australia, today told twenty-eigfor $50 In Judgo Cook's court Tues Undor tho circumstances the coucil Manchester Grlllln, (col.), Hart- In printer's Ink, as bo has been gon- state directors, of the public count of tbeso operations: ford. "There was moderate artillery ac- day, for Injury to a mule, alleged to decided that the only task beforo erous In supplying copy for this news -- CiWco reserve, who are aiding tho Leonard Bishop, Centortown. paper. It Is our policy to be gener- campaign to enroll workers for ship- tivity from Stolvlo to tho Piave have boon caused from fright of tho them wa3 tho vigorous and effective Rertlo Kord, Hartford. River and more severe artillery light- animal at a machine driven by Ran prosecution of the war until tho presous In space to the government, but building. Both parties to the suit llvo sure produced a chango In the temItoscl C. IMrk, Hartford. Is ing along the lower reaches of the dall. tho primary purposo of Tho Repub"The primo need of the allies Nelson Dlnnchard, Simmons. The enemy exploded mines near Equality, whero tho alleged per of the enemy Governments lican Is the publication of news, and ships," Mr. Vaughn said. "There aro River Roburt K. Ohlun. Prentiss. wo resorvo tho privilege of selecting today 300,000,000 bushels of wheat without success In tho Pasublo area. damage occurred sometime last Juno. justifying tho hope of tho conclusion Carlisle Williams. Echols. from tho vast voluiuo of copy offered In my country waiting for tonnago. Patrol encounters took placo on the The proof showed that Jackson's of a peace based on tho principles of mulo becamo frightened at an auto- freedom, Justico and respect for inAltbn Itgjph. Whitcsvllle. by the various fedorui departments The' workmen in tho yards of Amer- nLlG northeast of Monte Grapha. Everett c'l.each. Heaver Dam "Favored by fine weather, our mobile driven by Randall, and cut ternational law. ica must realize that every time they Just what wo .shall use. Clyde W. hawkins. Hartford. "Tho council arrived at a corn- slacken up or take tlmo off, the ef- aerial forces, with tho effectlvo co- Its leg on a harrow to which it was Lonnlc I). Vlck, (col.), Heaver fect is just the same as If their ar operation of our naval planes, en attached at the time of tho accident, pleto unanimity of policy on measures Tin: red cross show. I) a in. tillery In Franco stopped the barrage gaged in considerable activity against Tho caso had boon formerly tried In for tho presecution of the war. Arthur Rhoads. Hartford. enomy military objectives. Our avia- a Justice's court, and Jackson awardWis Represented U. S. The benefit shows given for tho firo during a charge." Ruoy F. Taylor, Fordsillle. Tho text of the official statement Frost, assistant secreta tors yesterday bombarded concentra- ed damages amounting to 5505. Ran- Red Cross at tho Star Theater MonLouis F. Noah Ward, Narrows. day afternoon and evening were a ry of labor, sent a reassuring message tion points and crossings of highways dall appealed tho caso to the quar- -' n tho Versailles conference foil ows: terly court with the result mention- K. Klrby Park, Hartford. Meeting of tho third session of tho lino financial success, and as a re- to tho states represented by tho di- along the enemy lines of communied. Randall has filed motion for ' supremo War Council held at Bishop, Hartford. Jn&ao 11 Aslago plateau. er Our sult of it u littlo more than a hun- rectors that tho voluntary recruits cation on the trial, and In the meantlmo sallies January 30 and 31, Februa-th- o llonry Chnmblls. Whltcsvllie. dred dollars was added to the locnl for Industrial war service will bo bombing machines last night damcost In tho caso Is accumulating, I ry 1 nnd 2: Remus Harnett, Reynolds. Red Cross treasury. Tho afternoon withdrawn from their present posi aged the plant operating the aerial Prof Clifford It. Maddox. lleaver show was liberally attended and at tions in such n way as to disturb cablo lino between Caldonazzo and ann may soon exceeu mo vaiuo or j "In addition to the mombors of tho T).un both mulo and machine. jonn Kono Supreme War Council itself, namoly the evening show many people were manufacturing conditions as little as Monte Rovcre. Arnold Hennett. (deferred clusslll-catlo"Eight hostile machines were was attorney for the plaintiff and A, Monseurs Clomonceau and Pichou, turned away from tho ticket window possible. Hartford. "Wo do not want theso men to brought down yesterday. Six others D. Kirk represented tho defendant. for Franco; Mr. Lloyd Goorgo and after tho theater wns packed to tho mm Honry A. Hrown. (deferred classl- - limit of standing room. Tho suc rush off to tho shipyards," ho bald. wero shot down by Drltlsh avalators, Lord Mllncr, for Great Drltalu; Prof. CAN WE WIN THE WAJJ NOW. lication) Hoavcr Dam. who also set flro to a captive balloon (Orlando and Baron Sonnlno, for Italy, cess of tho event Is a credit nlllto to "The yards aro not ready for them. Those who failed to pahs tho phys tho management of tho theater and Wo will enroll all who aro willing along the Plave," and the military representatives or It Is always unplcasan to have to the s leal examination wore: m Co 0 Wftr G tho public spirit of the people. Tho to tervo, then thoy will bo met by knock on home folks, but wo aro , ., COl'NTV SCHOOL DIPLOMAS. r.tbel .Maiden, White Hun. managers, Heavrln & llarrass, wcro examiners, who will determine their mortally afraid that a bunch of HartClaudo Duke, Hartford. there wore also present for tho greatat nn expense of more than twenty-liv- e fitness for positions, and not until At a meeting of the board of ford citizens, by setting a bad exam- er part of tho purely military disHerbert Foreman, Dundee dollars In putting on tho show, then will they bo offered jobs. ple Tuesday night.may have mado tho McDowell Koglc, Hartford cussions every penny of which went Into tho the French nnd British "Toll your people that the war de- county school examiners, at which have been to' 1 'jy those In high au- - Chiefs of Superintendent Howard and Mrs. I. Lcda Koith. Otatnn. General Staff, Gons. Foch Red Cross treasury. This Is tho larg- pends on ships and the ships depend oj 1 Arnold Newton, Fordsvllle. "re thot't. .! t ... .., way to whip tho i nnd Robertson; the Italian Minister , est slnglo contribution given In the on man. The. part Ameilca will play S. Mason wero present, held ... t'e-;,- i, I uuB uursetves on of War Gon A,fier, Saturday, the grades c tl- - 12 Everett Thomas, White Run. county to this meritorious organiza- in this war will depend on tho rec . at . II- - 1. u conserving food. nianaCrS-In-CbIv, (. '. lo .. 'it Beaver Dam. for count Koscoo Hosklns, on the western tion, and tho people should hhow sponse to this call for shipbuild" j.v :.i t; rr it of us were sav- - ' wero entered, and nt t jt n , Hlco I). James, Contortowu Halg. nnd front, Pershing. ers." their npprcclution by a llboral ' s 1 :'m it, aro goes a Jolly Mr. A. Petaln, to tho applk Arnott A. Wilson. Olatoa. H. Fraxler, first secretary of of tho Star Theater at subu ;'.. o: t ii( 3 out to Berry Rial's Nancy Duilnrt, Horse Branch x m' ie.' ' -Of the 62 appliestho United States Embassy nt Paris, sequent eutortulnmouts. It is the LIGHT AND WATER COMMITTEE. '. 10 ul to t (cm Uoiuj 'ittcsday night and sit was present during passed and ten fail i' Josse H. Crowdor, Roslne. duty of tho public to support an Inthe political disdown to a banquet fit for Lord grade, 95, was made V. I., now-de- r, cussions. stitution that has so unselfishly conAt Its sitting Friday the Fiscal nnd the second highest. 92.2, by George In times of peace and plenty. PATRIOTIC MEETING. "Tho tributed to so worthy a cause. Court appointed It. R. Martin. A. 1). John Tanner. Tho names of those Two geese, a number of chickens nnd premo decisions taken by the SuWar Council in pursuance of Kirk and W. C. Hlankenshlp, a examined follow: Edna P. Shown, the dickens only knows what else Tho patriotic mooting at the MethFAILED TO WORK ItOAl). to contract with the Kentucky Hotline Carson, Lowoll Owen, Dena had been cooked for tho occasion, this contingent embrace not only a general military policy to bo carried odist church Monday afternoon was Light nnd Power Company for light Shown, Curtis Chappoll, Honry and a feast of feasts wus served. out by the Allies in all the principal well attended, and resulted In stimGeorge Calloway, whoso rcsldonco and water for the court house und Sproulo, Carrie L. Lako, Margaret Hero aro the names of the renegades theaters of ulating public interest In the great or road working purposes appears In the war, but, more parLitchfield, Marian Hill, Caylo Higgs, whose bad example may loso us tho ticularly, a closer and moro effectlvo country. definite, waii before Judgo Cook Mon- Jail for tho ensuing year. war tasks confronting the Hanawalt Dennett, Evnn Owen, Sal-ll- o wur: S. O. Keown, W. W. Browder, The mootlnK was opened with devo- day upon a charge of falling, when under the council of JESSE CHOWDER ARRESTED. L. Williams. Will Condlt, Dessio J. II. Matthews, Rowan Holbrook, all the efforts of the Powors engagby Rev. Russoll Waltional exorcises warned by the ovorscor to do so, Clark, Myrtle Carter, Herbert Por- Lon Smith, Goodel Wooteu, Frank ed in tho struggle against tho Cenker. Tho school wa proscnt and to work a road east of Hartford, but Sheriff Rratchor arrested Jesse ter, Stella Gibson, Eva May Smith, Black, W. P. Mldklff. R. Weller, Dar-r- tral Empires. In singing some pa- owing to some doubt about the propJolnod heartily Sullonger, Harve Shorfleld, triotic airs. Interesting and Inspir- er residence of tho defendunt he was Crowdor, of Roslne, Monday on u Cliflle Dawson, Mary M. Dean, Novel Suroader, Joo Tato, Babe Gross N; Collins writ from tho Muhlenbury county Uartlott. Tina Mldklff, Iloatrlco Dean, wore delivered by Rov. acquitted. ing addresses FARM CLUBS .MEET. court, charging him with the deser- Kathleen Tichonor, Myrl Kommol, C. 0. Hunter and a few moro whoso Lltchllold, C. O. Hunter and otb m .. tion of a depondont child. The writ James Godsey, Geneva Travis, Edna numes wo wore unable to secure. County Farm Agent Browdr wilt Tho exorcise were closed with a QUARTERLY MEETING. was sworn out by the mother of tho Ward, Carroll Whlttnker, Mao God-so- y, chnrm-in- c quartet by Hartford's most meet with tho Dundeo Farm Club ACQUITTED OF CIIARRE. John Tanner, Maggie Allon, Er-s- el Friday afternoon and with tho Beavfomalo song birds. Tho mooting Quarterly meeting will bo held at child. Sheriff Uratchor convoyed tho accused to Greenville yesterday. Uonnott, Jako Franco, Pearl Huff, was tuof'il "Mil Instructive, and It tho Mothodlst church hero Saturday er Dam club Salurday aftornoon. At Willlo, Jessie and Henry Sutton, Kan a profitable and pleasant hour and Sunday. Tho quarterly conferof Dundee, wero beforo Judgo Cook theso moetlngs matters of real Imth'o largo nudlenco present portance to tho farmers will bo disto ence will bo held Saturday afternoon, Monday to answer a charge of and tho Klder, J. T. Rushlug will of tholr father, Virgil Sut- cussed, atid thoy bhnuld bo well atMr. Browder offers tho preach Saturday evening and Sunday OX TRUANCY CHARGE. ton, nn old blind man recently sont tended. morning, to the almshouso with a frozen font. farmers tho council and advice of a John Moore, thlrtoon years old son Aftor hearing a number of witnesses trained agriculturist, and ovory ono meeting college. of Ed Mooro, was hoforo tho county the court held that tho evidence was who can do so should hear him at court Monday on a truancy charge. Insulllclout for a conviction, und ac- theso meetings. Association Tho Paront-Teach'oIf you have any of the ahove contagious diseases or quitted all of tho defendants. Tho boy's father Is employed at Akron,- Ohio, and has been nwuy from will moot ut tho college nt two o'clock m DIES OF CANCER. any other contagious disease, the law of the State requires It ap- this afternoon, and It you are interWE'LL MISS JOE. 'lomo for sovoral months pears from tho ovldoncu that John Is ested in tho wolfaro of tho children you to stay off of public roads and streets, away from It. B. Laws, a farmor on routo 2, Joo Williams, who has boon for dlctl Thursday night of last wook. model sort of boy In every way ex- of tho town and county you should places where you might spread the disease. many years telegraph operator and cept he has u llxod uvorblon toward be thoio. Tltoso in churgo of tho He was about the There are enough troubles surrounding us now, with- 3tat!ou ugont ut Ilouver Dam, has of cancer of old. faco. Laws" was for organization here uro pushing tho sixty yours attending school. Mr. It appeared from the cvldonco that movement with untiring energy, und out having an epidemic of contagious disease. So stay bean transferred to Groouvillo, Ky., many years an englnoor on tho IlliE. of Fordsupon loavlng homo of mornings tho deserve tho support of the punllc, in close if you have any such disease. Coutrnl Railroad, and enme to Penalty for violat- and J has Layman, formerly tho Deavoi nois county about eJghtoon yoars ago. buun assigned to vllle, this boy would leave his mother undor pud especially of tho parent. Sub Dam olllco. Jcm Williams Is ono of The cancerous trouble was of tho impression that ho was going to jects of Interest will bo discussod ing the law in this regard is a line or imprisonment. Do the cluavorubt mou In the Illinois ho had suffored severely school, hut would kill llmo on tho and pleasing music- - rendered. This law must be enforced. Central service aud tho patrons cr as a result of It Hm remains wero dreols or mako trlpa to Reaver Dam lint dopuud upou your neighbor do-- j MACK COOK, County Judge. tho Beaver Dan olllcu will vprv n burled in the McDowell uur;fnc; or McIIonry It appeared from tho lug It all, go out and holp, your-- ) ground Friday (crely regrt to have him leave nco of hi- - teacher that Jehu self A. D. KIRK, County Attorney. iv SMALL POX HINDERS We regret that The Republican goes to its patrons this week as a four page paper. It occurs through no fault of the management. Our stock of print paper is practically exhausted, and there is not a ream of paper obtainable on the Louisville market. We were confronted with the problem of issuing a four page paper this week or none at all next week. We are making every efFort possible to get a supply of paper, and hope to get it in time to come out with our regular eight page paper next week. With the assurance that we are doing everything money and energy can do to keep The Republican up to its usual standard, we beg our patrons' indulgence. FISCAL FOLLY. ' .,-- ,.. I f,r.;i Ml,. I ro-co- nt ht Vor-anoth- n) . ,,, ,.. -- ef te pat-rona- 1 - 1 com-mltt- ol ... SMALL POX, MEASLES, MUMPS, WHOOPING COUGH non-supp- at rs mmm -s- ssss-r- V iMWag.-T- ! M'wii'" T SkJ rT r mr tv -- VH f: af Whoatless, hentlcss, meatless MonPOULTRY WAXTKII. day, RED CROSS NOTES. Only two ounces of good white bread, Wo will pay tho following cash If 1 don't live through Sunday prices delivered nt our storo in Hart ILntlon At a meeting of tho Executive Com- You may sny, that I'm stone dead. ford, Monday. Feb. 11, and Tuesday, ' mittee of Hartford Chapter of the (Above classics from J no. (1. Short-fellow- ). 'Feb. 12: Hens 20c, Cocks iOc, SSLBPKOITSIC. American Red Cross held at tho headSlags 12 fcc, Goose If. Uc, Ducks 3.23 Cu.ca.torlo.na. quarters thereof Tuesday afternoon, 15'i, Turkeys 21c, Eggs 47c CO rwrraoio' Mutual a vote of thanks was extended to We went homo the other evening W. E. ELLIS & 11110. Hcavrin & Uarrass, proprietors of at about G belts nnd says to our wife, j .FERRUARY 8 the Star Theater, for their courtesy "Don't think Kit II) A Y.. I'll eat anything this' OLD GLORY IX in donating for the benefit of the eve, as I am Invited out to a big IXTCRLS ALTITUDE OK i!0,700 rHKT Charles Schwabb, whoso opinions chapter tho services of their theater goose dinner at 7." Says sho to me, about other things than steel nro and films for show Monday aftrnoon "It Isn't goose feed you are in need Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., Feb. 2. The disof, besides your goose ha been cook-- 1 sometimes of value, says the Bolshc-Til- tl and night. tinction of being the first to unfurl A vote of thanks was also extended cd somo summers since. What you morcment lo Russia is only the Old Glory on the peak of tho high beginning of a world movement for to Hartford Tent of Maccabees for do need tho, Is to be haltered and led est mountain in North America, ' to the hay." We went to our den, Mount Denali, In Alnska, Is government by tho working classes. their donation to the Chapter. claimed ' A vote of thanks was also extended up stairs and put In the rest of the by Robert Tatum, of this city. The evening trying to figuro out Just Mag was mn Dread as wo may the muddy con- to S. T. Uurns & Son and J. M. Huck-ndo by himself out of silk Tobacco Dealers for liberal con- what she meant. I'll ax Jno. Henry, dition that must follow tho thaw, handkerchiefs. It is good to look upon the bare face tribution of tobacco for the boys in he knows most-nigevery thing. Tho party of four, of which Mr. of old mother earth again. Tho tho trenches. Tatum was one, was tho first to The Executive Committee received ground has not been entirely withDoc Spot says ho reckons about ascend Mount Denali, and tho second out suow sinco the night of Decem- tho report of the Committee on Knit- the last, or 23rd commandment Is, lo attain an altitude of 29. 700 feet. ber 7, and for the greater part of ting, to the effect that additional sup- Thou shall eat and drink only via the the time It has been covered with a ply of yarn had been received from allidaWt route. Yes, Spot says he FAIR VIEW. heavy blanket of snow and Ice. tho purcbaslug committee and dis- not only has to git his liquor by kin Snow and Ice everywhere, but for- Aside from the suffering for fuel In tributed to thse who have voluntar up one of them dunigoozoled legal many parts of tho country the inter- ily consented to knit for the soldier papers imt now tins blamed grocer Innately, so far, no necks or limbs "- ruption of business will cost the coun- boys. Tho knitting committee also won't let him hae a little Jag of ,mvo "v,n "r"K'"- "re, quite a few sweaters Hour mil,. he nuts m, ,,.., vnv. r troubled with coughs and colds reported that try many millions of dollars. 1918 Mr. J. A. Stogner lost a fine yiiung and pairs of sox had been completed, a paper showing that he has bought jersey cow last eek. Also Mr Hob Tho County Farm Agent is sound- ready for shipment. himself a like amount of corn meal. ing a note of warning to tho fannThe Committee on Woman's Work or biime such stuff. Doc says they Iloyd lost a cow last week. Mr. Frank llaynes is on the sick ers in tho matter of selecting their reported the receipt from tho Pur- even made him exhibit, ns supportive again. seed corn for planting this spring. chasing Committee of cloth for four evidence, the anil list Miss Lorone White, ot Illinois Is Owing to the early freezo last fall dozen bed shirts aud completion and scratches in his pickled throat. visiting in this neighborhood this much of tho corn was damaged and delivery of a sample garment for ap rendered unfit for seed. .Mr. Ilrow-de- r proval to the State chairman of -- week. Our friend the editor, John HenMr. (joorgo Canon's baby died Sun is prepared to give the farmers Woman's Work. I ry Thomas went to Louisville last information about the proper method The committee on membership re week for the supposed purpose of my iinu was iiurieii ni uano imn cein- of testing sued corn before planting, ported that the Chapter now has a Waiting his t.unily. John told us .tionuay. ii was ueany a ear and every farmer in tho county who f 223. - old and died of pneumonia. fore darting, that If we would "klnOn account of the bad weather wi is not familiar with methods for The Purchasing Committee report- - j der" look after things around tillmaking tho test should soo, call or ed tho purchase of supplies, out of old joint in his absence, ho would have mlsed two meetings at Cam-Ruwrite him for hist ructions lu tho mat- which to make clothing to add to the "shore fetch" iih something nice, thai church. hou'h. near Hi aver Ham, Wednesday Co , nt this place, has been tr.insfir ter. Tho boys are liming Due sport comfort of our soldier boys. Mr. Willie Drown, of Sulphur ed to llardlnsburg. sleigh riding on 'the Ice. The chairman of the Executive Henry) we would put up tho dough. Springs, vlidted his father. Mr Olher Mr. J W. Moore Is very III No, the notice, signed by the CounThere will be a public sale of the Drown, Sunday. Committee announced tho appolnt- - We dug deep and mournfully into .Mr Arthur Morrison nml lilacs ty Judge and County Attorney, warn- ment of Itev. A. 1). Litchfield, Rev. ofrects of Mth. Brown, deceased, one j our faded jeans .aid with some misLittle Iva, daughter of T. ('. I)en-- 1 man DaIson went to Owensbc-ing the people against tho spread of Russell Walker and Rowmi Holbrook givings, forked over a perfectly good day thiK week. ills, is sick at this writing. Monday afternoon. contagious diseases, isn't published as committee on extension. Tho spot. The ouly dad gummed thing The young folks of Fordmlllo nn . Just to get thO names of those committee has full power to we've been able to get out of ThoniuM enJoliig lots of skutiug. hi:.vi:i: d.x.m. They are in add additional members ot in the paper. e the is a phial of hair oil which has upon Feb. I. Farmers arc very bimy , nr Itnv Palmer, the noted nvniiL'H- vjlead earnest about it. Measles is it desires. it these words "Woolworth's .1 and strlpping tobacco. Several loads huc iKt. is holding a series of meeting t'RXTKRTOWX. already widely scatteiod over Hito-- c 10c store" and us as liald as the bot- boon' delivered on sleds. at the Hnptist church. Mr. W. II. Lako Is visiting hi county, whooping cough is prevalent Sl'H C. R. R. Mr. C. F. Funk and family, of tom of a wash boll, or Judge WilSenator J. Albert Lench returned brothor nt Loulsvlllo, Ky. in several neighborhoods and small son. Fordsvllle. moved into this commun- to Frankfort Tuosdny, accompanied Mrs. Chester Tlchonor is the gm r pox appears In at least four different -ity last week. Ivory Lynch and Lafe Grant, two by his daughter, Miss Aleuue, who of her father, Mr. Frank Ross. tactions of the county. Only by tho citizens ot Olatou, have filed suits .Mr. Itoscoo Hnlrd spont Sunday will enter school. IIKLP WIX TIIK GRKAT WAR. Mr. and Mrs. Kills Ilrnwn of of tho people can against the Illinois Central railroad closest with his sister, Mrs. Flora Slow-ar- t, Miss Hello Sowders, of Morgan-towLouisville, spent tho week-en- d with You had bet- company a calamity be averted and family. lo recover damages In tho Pursuant to the Rulings of the I'. Is visiting Mrs. J. A. I. each. Mrs. Hrown's parents, Mr. und Mr ter tako that olllclal warning serious- sum of one thousand dollars each S. Food Administration published in ciinrilu wimsatt. or Pain, purchas- - she will leavo.for KvansvUle In a Alva Calloway. ly, for wo happen to know that proselor alleged assault by an employe of tho daily press of Jan. :27th, and oil a mule from Roscoo Hnlrd Thurs- - fUw (avs. Mr. Leonard Iilshop loft Thursd.iv cutions will surely follow any viola- said company under the authority therein given, day. Mrs. Verge. Campbell, of Horse f llst wepk for Alabama. tions of the warning given. Is vory sick with Hraiich, visited hor slstor, Mrs. Fred Cecil Rhoads Tho peiiiieiiers allege that on a I hereby declare that In the county Uev. j. u, Rayborn tilled bis rc-recent date, while they were passim-o- n of Ohio. State of Kentucky, that we mumps. Several hao boon exposed Cooper, Wednesday. iIir appointment Sunday and Sund.ij We aro going to try to approve to tho epidemic. a train ot said defendant, they observe and keep tho following: Mrs. Daisy S. Wright will leave for nKht. whatover actlou the fiscal court may F. Taylor took the civil service Louisville in a few days, where sho j Kach day one whoatloss meal, each were assaulted by the llagmau who Mss Flossie Mason spent Satur take In most things, assuming that It indicted upon their persons painful weok ono whoatless day Wednes- examination for tho mall route on mis a position. ,,ay nicht ilh Miss Ida Matthews will do tho licit things possible, with No. o loop. and severe day", Mr. T. J. Stevens, of Memphis, Misses Agues Duncan und Margaret jj handicaps under which it must which they hurlsto and bruises for Kach day one meatless meal, each Tho entlro community has been Tenu., Is visiting friends and rela- Henton spent Saturday at the bom-- of eek recover damages act, but wo are golDR to appoint our-se- lf in tho auras named. Lynch canvassed for tho agriculture survey tives here. and Grunt week one meatless day Tuesdi'y. Mr. Frank Ross. special sponsor for the cal'o oi" One other day without pork Sat- during tho last few days. w'l known and highly respected Mr. Isaac Ashby wiih a pleasant the unfortunate inmates of tho coun- citizens, anil Coal Is very bcarce. Several KOICDSVIIXK. the case will probably urday. caller at tho homo of Mr. T. 11. Hen ty prison and almshouse. Wo are A. Paul Tllford hns returned from ton Sunday. Whcatlcss moans to eat no wheat schools have dismissed on account of attract unusual attention when It Wo wonder If ho wan. to keep in touch with condiToinc an extended visit to Lieut. 0. Do- - Usltlng Mr. Henton or their boarder biscuit, crackers, fuel. comes ou for trial. Ilarnes & Sniliii t products-bread- , tions in theso two county Institu- are attorneys for the plaintiffs. Ml'. Clarence Pattoil lias been very WeGso, of Camp Dodgo, Des Moines, pastel y. Mrs. Hettlo Tlchonor fell Saturtions, and if the unhappy inmates, sick with lagrlppo at the homo of hlb la. Ho was accompanied homo by day and sprained her shoulder very Meatless means to oat no red moat who aro Incapable of helping thembeef, pork, mutton, lamb, veal; father, but has been able to bo mov- Mrs. DeWeese, who will be the guest badly. TIIK PATCH CLl'll. t selves, aro not given propor sanitaof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dr. J. L. Smith Is very sick ut this and no preserved meats beef, ba- ed home. tion and other bultablo care wo aro Mr. Ira 1). Funk and children spent Tllford, for one month. writing. When history comes to write down con, salt pork or lard. going to appeal to tho public, which Rev. R. L. Hraiidonburg has reUse vegetable oll3 or butter sub- Friday with W. C. Funk and family. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Rollle Ashby spent. nnd record, and otherwise favorably is always Bound at core, for tho prop- mention the originators of ueei'ul stitutes for cooking, hold tho housu-hol- d Quito a number of horses hero uro cently been failed us pastor of tho Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ash- er caro of these luckless people who Innovations Introduced for economy Ills fami- by. to three.fourths of a pound of needing rough shoes but tho black- Fordsvlllo Haptlst church. havo no other advocate. smith is scarce of nails for the ly will arrive Tuesday. Row Horn to tho wife of Mr. W. It and saving dining the great wurltt sugar a wouk for each person. comes from lluntouvlllo, Ky. Chapman on January 24th, u llut In making this request of the peo- - work. hope tho President Is a war, tho Inventor of tbe LouUullc Let us Miss Ava Westorllold Is quite ill girl Kva Myrtle. ' of Ohio county, the Food Admin- prophet when ho predicts tho war Patch Club should head tho list COOL SPRIXGS. Shu has had tho ut this writing. is licit unmindful that It is our will end this year, but there will bo This Club, of which1)111 good friends. ' istrntion Fob. C. Mr. Jesso Hrown returned mlsfortuno of Inning thu power of Howmnr, are "ot only siibsersivo of our normal Gono Dalley and other doubting Thomases hotddes tho ' fillto Hattlo Creek, Mich., Friday, after speech. Her many friends hopo for writer. Tho German nation Is the respectively President and Treasur conditions of life, but also Its FOR FLETCHER'S on spondlng n few days with friends and a speedy recovery. er, Is u world movement of no moan lillmont will entail some fiicrlflc-emost methodical, tho most dogged it Is reported that thero nro sixproportions. worn and jour people, but our pooplo at heme relatives. Tho scut and tho most highly centralized of all - must consider tho rar greater sacrl-e- d Miss Mary Kitchens was tho guest ty cases of measles in town. tho nations of the earth. Robpcct for cuff frazzled trousers aro to bo fishA Hint lo tho Aged. Mr. Vasco Curdon, of Owonsboro, out of tho attic- and wardrobe and flron to which tho best of our youth of Miss Agnes Ilcdgor Saturday night authority and unity of action is more If people past sixty years of ago enrouto to Loulsvlllo, stopped over hnvo freely offered and Sunday. with tho touch of tho taylor old and manhood highly dovoloped there than could bo porsuaded to go to bed as on the battlo-llnMrs. Andrew Hlncs fell on the Ice to seo his children hero, Monday. that It bolloves in lUolf with a things are lo becomo as new. The j themselves Dr. S. M. McKonny, of Contral noon tiB thoy tako cold and roihaiii nrm. ton-ohomes and our pcoplo hall bo lust week and broko her that can be greasy collared coat and tho Ktubborn porslstenco tn bed for ono or two duys, they ravishes of the war, to Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Leo visited City, was in town Sunday night. shaken only by au overwhelming ca- holed bock will again go to the 'tafe from the Our school oponcd Monday after would recover much moro quickly, btrongor to save liberty their aunt, Mrs. Halllo Klllott, Tuestastrophe. Peace with Russia, and laundry, Verily Dally and llowmar I make them having been closed for threo weeks especially If thoy tako Chamberlain's keep America free, day, recent far reaching conquest h in Italy aro making the lot of the man who I to Cough Remedy, There would also Mrs, O. E. Scott Is suffering from on account of fuel. we make the sacrifices? Must a must act as a poworful stimulant to mubt maintain genteel poverty, Mr. llllbort Lo Grnnd was tho bii less clangor of tho cold being fol- CLARF.STi: JAMKS. a severo attack of toiibolltla. bit easier. Let us organlzo a branch a nation so cocksure of Itsolf. Viewguest of Miss Dowoy Dojar- - lo.ved by any ot the moro serious County Food Admlnistiator Miss Tholma Dennis Is visiting hor wook-en- d at ed from our angle only a social rev- of tho patch club . Hartford at once ! diseases. uett, of HardliiBburg. in aunt, Mrs. Agnes Talo, this weok. m olution in tho coutral empires could Tho hcatless Monday is 'certainly Mr. Luther Klllott went to Heaver MISS RARRASS DK.U). make peaco a possibility this ear, ' 'lOHALt-ox MOXDAAH. , being observed In Fordsvllle. Dam Wednesday on business. i and ovldnccs are wanting thnt such FOR FLETCHER'S Mr. Marshall Harnes, of Heavor Mr. Morto Tato's funilly wero tho Murgaret Harras3 died at tin MUs a revolution Is Imminent. It is our On' account of nn order Issued by f Dam, was the guost of Miss Ruby gliosis of T, C. Dennis Tuesday, opinion that tho Ameilcan people home of her father, Mr. Kd Harms j United Stutoa Fuel Coininlbsloiur, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyron Smith visited Neul Sunday. Ilarrlsburg, HI., Friday. Miss Hur-ras- o in Bhould stool thumtutlvoH uifnluvt Mr. Stanly II. Jones left Monday (iarlleld, cloning all olllccs and busiMr. Charles Leo Sunday. HOLSIIKVIKI Tltorill.LS. wan u daughter of Mr. Kd l!av- tblH country was never before, Mr. Muck Heasley has put in a for Loulsvlllo, uftor having paid a ness houses ou Mondays for tho next unci formerly lived with her and God grant may never hkuIu bo, rttHs. short visit to his parunls, Mr. aud nlno wueks wo will rccolve no tobm -telephone. father at Homier, In this enmity. She t There aro report from called upon to muke. co ou Mondays for tho period men Moksto. C. C. Dannie, M. M. Tate, Mrs. Arch Jonoa. that peaco nugotlatloiitt botwoqu hum In Durham county, HuMiaiid. vu Martin Farmer, who was with tho Mouid. Urn Central powC. Dennis and J. M. Woodburn T. Whatovr uUo may bu wild of tint JMid wiia II year old. Sb tiled of ih Ilolshovikl mid S. T. HURNS & SON. tho sale at Mr. Rob. JucL- - Cumberland Telephone & Teleeruph ers have beuu broUn off. Internal KttUluckl legUlaturu it U dry; Lmjbo ' hamorrhagu of the btoinacu. 'Ine, money In advance. for servleen free, but other Church Xotlrr drcrtlnenienta, Co per line. Aooaymona conimuulontlona Mill receive no j J ,,r-- ' Th0 Sa,m,ra 'l08"1 ' n !,0Rfy It. After marsh compared ing the sorpent's head with the unpublished Weekly by tlonnl nmondmont It discovers that ffULXTFORI) PRINTING COMPANV tho tall of tho mounter still wiggled, Incorporated and tlion pawed tho stuto wide W. 3. TINSLEY, nmondmont, Such a meet and lit Fl B. SMITH, s. disposition to concllRto dry scnti-noPresident might have been thought by any former legislature, but . . . .Killtnr jmiN HKNRY THOMAS. Associate Editor not so wllh the present one. It wont XT. S. TIXHIiKY, on and pasted, or will pass, nn wid Huslncss Manngcr, bill, and is ready now to ... th. l'ontolllf" Pass a search and seizure bill It somo- RatereJ nrcorcllim to liw Hartford, Ky.. hh mull mntter ol the p.cowI body will ouly proposo it. Why, this leglslnturo in so dry that a liquor (tii, lobbyist traveling from Cincinnati to toi Louisville will routo himself around Address nil communications by Loxingtnn or travel down on the k Hartford Republican. 'Indiana side rather than pass through Frankfort. "With Governor Stan NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS t to new ley against us who can we expect to SnberlbtT JlrliiK li lddrM most give, the old addrern In ranking the bo for us" Is the last cry of tho derrqurat. spairing liquor people. Verily the BntlneK I.ocnla nnd Notke 10c per Una nnd fo doom of liquor Is sealed In old Kenr Unelor ench nddltlonnl Iniprtlun. Obltanrlex, Rmolutlnn. nml Cnrd ol TbiDlr tucky. The Hartford Republican ; STRAY STREAKS (lly Fluke McKluko.) It's roported to McKluko thnt Rill Riley nnd Auburn Tlchonor nro going into the screech owl busluesw, or perhaps, havo already embarked In that Hue. Ask them for further aud more detailed Information. ; j Sec.-Trca- nt suf-I'ric- nt affairs nro also giving tho Ilolnliovlkl government serious trouble. A repent governmental decree separating church nnd state linn aroused a great florin of Indignation In clerical cir cles mo onil or which It dllllcult to predict. For a thousand years tho church has been n state religion In RuMln, and It will be dlillcult tn uproot such a long established re-- ; Intlon. A HAIKLKSS .MAN. Wrtrft The Best S aie of All ! ' , nntl-shlnnl- ; , Train sorvlco on tho M. II. & E, is being maintained In splto of and the weather. It has never failed to go down sonuHImo during the day nnd nearly always gets back tho following night, sometimes. Me-Ad- pnM-rn- Com crust, crackers nnd crumbs Food Administrators nnd bum, If you get by, with till of that, It's off to you, is my old felt hat. , i Allen Hall, a young rami living by tho local exemption board physlclnn yesterday nnd rejected because of that physical weakness that overtook Sampson after ho had his hair shin- gled. Young Hall Is perhaps tho on- ly and orlglnnl hairless man In Ohio county. Ho has not a single hair on his bend or body. near Hnrtford, was examined First qualify Staple Merchandise, and an abundance of it, at REASONABLE PRICES WARM AND COMFORTABLE J - . MUNSINGWEAR UNION SUITS in Underwear OUTING SHIRTS. j j cotton and wool. Separate garments in wool, cotton rib and fleece lined. FAULTLESS FLANNEL NIGHT FLANNEL SHIRTS in ! grey and blue. er ht SWEATER COATS. t I "STRONGER THAN THE LAW" and and "OUR FAMILY" everyday SHOES. i Prices today are cheap, compared with the Fall quotations Carson k Company HARTFORT) KFWTITrKY j ." oill-cia- ls TAI-M'V- com-mitte- ' n, i , ai I Hran-clenbu- rg Children Ory R s CASTO 'A - else-wher- o. sac-rlll- tc Children Cry OA3TO R j llrent-l.lto-yhI( ' I A' I ' A jL Cnpt Jerry Tllford, possengi r Moscoo llarilln, of i wore guests of relatives Uluetor on the Irvlngton branch of er- nt Diindoo froTil Thursday until Mon tlin Toschh Railroad, resumed vlre Monday, after r nuinbur of daya day. Iny olT on account of ulrknww. Mr S. T. Drown nnil wife, an olil Connie living near Contortnwn, are1 Furnace condition lmvinK been aib both 111 of trotitilnH Incident to old justed, Bible Srhnol service will be ago. Iitfttl nl tho ClirlKllan church at 9:46 A general lnrltiillon ii. in. Sunday. Mrs. Mnttle Luko nnil Mr. C. t). to tlio publli to attend Im offord. Komi, of Kmtnllty, vlHltcd tho family of Mr. Owen Hunter tlio first of tho Mlas Mary Markn, of this city, has week. resigned her poult ton an a teacher In tho Calhoun High School, and has Mr. Otto Mnrtln w:ih In Grccnvlllo accepted a position as instructor i:i Wednesday to attend to noma legal tho Statu Normal School at Howling business In the Muhlonbiirg County Green. Court. Mrs. Rnymer Tlnsloy, who hns been Mrs. Reginald Rams, of Llvcrmorc, visiting relatives In Hartford for sevnrrlvod In Hartford Tuesday to bu tho eral weeks, will leave early tn next guest of Mm. F. 11. DeWitt, for n few week to Join her husband, who Is In days. tho government service at San Antonio, Texas. Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, lias been elected by tho Fiscal Court a Mr. Qarfield Harnard, section foremember, of the county board of man at Millport, Ky., has been transhealth. ferred to tho Sunnydalo section. Mr. Barnard Is a natlvo Ohio countian, n, Attorney John Itonc, of Center-tow- and wo are glad to have him with us was hero attending County again. Court a couple of days tho first of tho week. Mr. C. Dratchor, who is with a railway company nt Mt. Clemens, Mich., Rov. Ward Taylor, of Roslno, was a visitor nt tho Republican of preached at Huffs Creek church, near fice yesterday. Mr. Uratcher Is a for Narrows, Sunday and at Oaks Sun- mer Ohio county boy, and was reared day evening. near Horse Rranch. Mr, nntl Mrs. ' i I SPRING GOODS Our advance shipment of New Spring Ginghams, Percals and Wash Fabrics, White Goods, Laces, etc., has arrived and are ready for your inspection. 1 Wo nre willing to give a Just tnons- ure of credit to Hrhmss & Hoavrin for putting on tho Rod Crosn bonoflt hIiowm, and to tho bevy of hoautlun Hint playeil uahcr and sold tho pop corn, but tho greater honor Is due Albert Rial, tho crippled man, who mood on hi tmt a wholo day to pop tho corn a his contribution to the Rnd Cross troamiry. ,'Rah for tho KalKor! Mr. Den I). Rlngo and son, Ryan, lost several thousand dollnra worth of water craft by the breaking up of tho Ico In tho Ohio river Inst week. Tho business, which was managed by the young man, was tho digging and marketing sand. Ryan had a nnrrow cscapo from drowning before ho was rescued from n perilous position on tho Bund digger which was anchored In tho middle of tho river at tho head of tho island Just above Owensboro. , i WITH THIJ ASSESSORS. I Tho nssosmont tanglo acorns to bo now In a fnlr way to bo stralghtoncd out. Tho large numbor of deputy asswMors, recently put to work under the supervision of tho County Court, are making good progress, and It Is 'thought tho ontlro assessment will havo been completed In time for tho mooting of tho board of supervisors tho second Monday In March. A number of precincts havo boon already completed, and doubtless all of them would havo been complotod but for tho fact of a shortago of schedulo blanks. A grcntor numbor of schedules havo been required thLs tlmo than In any previous year.whlch would indlcato a moro thorough assessment of tho county. liAST OF LON AND IADIA. Lon Griffin, of color, who has boon In Jail for sometime on a chargo of shooting at, with Intent to kill, his wife, Lydla Grlllln, was liberated from Jail yesterday on a promlso to leave tho county. Ho went Immediately to Owensboro, whoro employment had already been arranged for him. Lydla will now fllo suit for divorce, which Lon will not contest, and Lon and Lydla troubles will bo finally over with. Wo really aro disappointed with this amicable settlement of Lon's and Lydla's troubles, because when local nows was difficult to obtain wo could always deporill upon this turbulont couplo to furnish a ono head local. Griffin Is a pretty good negro, honest and industrious, and we hope he stays away from Lydla and Hayti. However, wo fear ho will eventually yield to a longing for tho old haunts, and return to Lydla and trouble. NOTICE. Considering the present market condition, we count ourselves quite fortunate in securing such an array of beautiful styles. Take our advice once, and buy these goods early, as merchandise is scarce, and transportation bad, and later it will be impossible to duplicate goods and prices. We keep constantly on hand a complete line of woolens and silks. Competent salesMcCall patterns in stock. ladies to give you any information desired. So you can shop at our store, being assured After October 1, 1017, I will bo In the ollico of Dr. A. Ii. Itiloy from 1:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. m., and In my ollico over Williams Drug Store from 0:00 a. in., to 12:00 noon. DIt. E. B. PENDLETON. 14tf THE TOBACCO TRADE. that your every want will have our attention. Don't forget this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. wr&Tus&vwwKWHWfaiauiistuJJiiu Six young Llvormorlans made thd Mr. H. A. Park, of tho Clear Run trip all tho way from that city to neighborhood, brought 1.S05 pounds Hartford and return by tho river Ice of tobacco to Hartford on a sled Wed nesday, that brought him nearly three ion to Sunday. hundred dollars. Who has beaten A number of Hartford Republican that for u sled load? politicians will nttend tho Lincoln Ilanquct at tho Seelbach hotel in LouMr. and Mrs. Coma Neighbors, of isville Tuesday. Dundee, are tho prouud parents of their first born. It's a girl. MothMiss Itlanch Ralph and Mrs. Iter- - er and babe are reported doing well, tha Drown, of Ralph, havo gone to and Coma Is doing as well as could Howling Green to enter tho Busin-nes- s be expected under the circumstances. College thorc. lEjffiffijl The Hartford Republican FFBRI Mr. Miss Louise Phipps, who came Lloutonant Cilmnrc Keown, of down from Howling Green, where Camp Taylor, spent from Saturday sho was attending the business 'until Monday with his parents, Mr. several days ago for mother to 'and Mrs S. O. Keown. nurso her through an attack of measles, returned to school yesterCharlotte Ward, an inmate of tho day. almshouse, died Tuesday. Her former home was In tho Heda community. Mr. I'aik Taylor, who has been Shu was about fiO jears old. with the I. C. railroad company at Momphls, Tenn., was hero tho first Mr Robert Clearwater, of route 1. of tho week. Mr. Taylor has onllst- with Undo Sam's aviation corpse, was called to Tell City, lnd., Satur-io- d day to attend th bedsidu of his broth- and will soon be soaring in the blue skies above the Rhino. er, John, who is critically ill. col-leg- o, Owing to want of stripping seasons during tho long cold spell, little tobacco is being marketed now. However, all tho houses in tho county were kept open for receiving the small amount that was brought in. Prices everywhere are off from two to three dollars a hundred as compared to prices at tho opening of the season. The pooled tobacco shared In tho decline through tho grading down process. Tho average prlco on tho Ownsboro market now Is around m fifteen cents. Tho manager of tho FORD MYERS. Wcstorflcld houso hero advises us that his average ts running about sixProf. Marlon Conner Ford and Miss teen dollars, and this is perhaps the Be,ss Myers, wero united in marriage highest averago being paid in the at tho home of tho bride's mother at Green river district since the first Crofton, Ky., Friday, February 1st. of the year. Tho brido Is a talented and cultured lady and much admired In her comBROOD SOWS FOR SALE. munity, whilo Mr. Ford, an Ohio Tho government says there Is a countian, is a most worthy gentlegreat shortago of hogs. Having man, a teacher and student of some three more brood sows than I require, note, and numbers his frlend3 by will sell a Podland China, a Poland those who know him. Mr. and Mrs. Chlna-Duro- c Jersey cross and a reg- Ford will make their future homo in istered big bono Blrkshlrc, all proli- Madison, Wis. Tho Republican Joins fic breeders, will weigh 300 and up, in congratulations and first class In every respect. Price 20c for the couplo, now one. tho pound. t JOHN T JACKSON, THE YOUNGEST MEMBER. Rockport, Ky. 29tf well-wishes SMALLPOX. Llttlo Miss Esther Stewart Tay- Jo'in day from a H. II returned. Wediies- rlrlt In Owensboro. tfi. ft m H Mr Ik Mldkiff. of Dundee, was .uiiong our visitors Wcdnesdav. II. & BT. U R. II. TIMK TABLE. 30. 113 duo at Ellniltch 8:32 p.m. Judge J S tilunn was 111 of acute Xo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a. m. Indigestion, the first of tho week. 3:40 p.m. So. 11! Lv. Ellmltch 6:3G p. m. Ar. Irvlnjton Mr. James Davis, of Sunnydalo. 6:5fl p.m. called on us while in town Monday. Lv. Irvlngton Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. 8:36 a.m. . Ill Lt. Louisville Judge W II. Humes was In 10:08 a. m. Ar. Irvlugtou on legal business Tuesday. Lv. .- Mad-Isonvll- le Si., Kouth Hound, No. 11G Duo nt Hartford North Hound, No. 114 Due at Hartford Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Ar. Ellmltch -. 1:04 p. m. Mrs. Howard Ellis spent Saturday E. R. It. TIME TABLE. and Sunday with relatives in OwensH. 9:06 a in. 6.46 p, boro. Tho recent thaw Is resulting in a larger volume of tobacco coming to town. The Ohio county Jail btands lone and lorn, a. tenautless montiimmt to prohibition. m. (Both "Mlxod" Trnln.) ' W . Mr. W. H. Arnold, of Canadian. 'Ihas Vance, of Owensboro. ,ws 1,oun visiting her parents, Te.as, was among our callers yesMr. and Mrs. Stovo Loo, of Sunny terday. Mr. Arnold is a son of Mr. i dalo, returned homo Monday. James Arnold, of noar Arnold, in tho eastern part of tho county, and is Mr. William Condor, of Newhurg. homo for a brief visit. Ind., was the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Condor, at NarThe Fiscal Court has filed applicarow h, from Friday until Monday. tion with the State Road Commissioner for Jfi.OOO state aid for tho Mrs. C R. Bennett and little hon, building of live miles or pike on the of Mcllonry. retained homo Tues- Owensboro road and for $4,000 state day from a few days visit with Mrs. aid for building a pike on the H. Daruo-i- . Dennett's sister, Mrs. roud, from tho city limits to the old Milton Taylor farm. Mr and Mrs. Foster Dennett were tho gnests of Mrs. Dennett's parents, Everybody should remember the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foreman, near Nar- - patriotic meeting which has been anIrows, from Saturday aim til Monday. nounced for tho .Methodist church next Monday afternoon at two Mrs. William Dotson, of Oklaho- o'clock. Lot us wake up and show ma, who has been visiting relatives patriotism and arouse a general Inat Sunnydale, fell on tho ice and dis- terest among our peoplo In the great located her shoulder, one day last Insues of tho day. Special program w eek. lias been prepared. Mrs- - w" Har-dlnsbu- rg Personal News and Social Events, Mr T II niack is a business trip. Tuesday Mrs. W II. In lllinola on Rev, A I). Litchfield was in Owfns-bvr- o Render is on the ltk list this week. Mr Henry Carter, of Narrows, was In town Monday. It Is reported that Press boy has smallpox. Barnard's Deputy ShcrlfT Lon Ralph moved to town this wcok. County Surveyor C. A. Moxley was In town yesterday. Dr Willard Lnk, of Simmons, was in town yestcrdny. Miss Ksjlo In Lnch, of Olalon, was Harttord Tuesday. battorlos 3U2 The Columbia, telephone can he had at Aclon Drons Mr Dennis Walkor, of Fordovlllo, whs In Hartford Monday. Mr son i. Ini Honn, of tho firm of CarCo., Is In Now York. Air Roet Clark, of Suunydale, was among our eallors )ibterday. Kentucky The County Judge's olllce ls runCounty Health Physician, Pendlo-to- n, ning iu good order. .Mack Cook, John In tho mutter of Ira T. Jones, asks us to announce that ho has Bankrupt, iu Bankruptcy. Prof Claude Pliiilts. principal of 11. Wilson and Jailer Tlchenor are a limited number of vaccine points ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. To tho creditors of Ira T. Jones, of tho Fordsville graded school, was hi nlways there ready to wait on cus- charge, vaccination servlco to those All persons having claims against town Tuerdny. tomers. with which ho will wivo without the estato of J. C. Lunsford, deceas- Whlto Run, in tho county of Ohio unable to pay for It. Dr. Pondleton ed, will present same, properly prov- and dlbtrict aforesaid, bankrupt. Notico is hereby given that on Mr. and Mrs. Wuyno Stevens visitJohn Duvall, of Dcaer Dam, who advises us to urge tho people to seek en, before mo at Horse Branch be- 2nd day of January, A. D. 19 IS, the ed relatives near Narrows Saturday has been In a Louisville sanitarium vaccination th at onco as a precaution fore March 1, 1918. said Jones was duly adjudicated for treatment for tuberculosis of tho against tho small pox contagion. and Sunday. F. L. ST. CLAIR, bankrupt, and that the first mediae bone, has returned homo much im 31t.tp Administrator. of creditors will bo hid at tho ComMr. W. A. Taul, of Dundee, was a proved. . M. Thomas Harrison, of Narrows, mercial Hotel in Beaver Dam, Kenpleasant caller at The Republican HUSTLERS' THANKS. Wednesday to tho farm of Mr. tucky, on tho 21st day of February, ollico Monda. Claude Velser died here Friday moved II Martin Just across the river night and was burled in Oakwood R. "The Hustlers For The Red Cross" A. I)., 1918, at 11 u. m., at which Mrs. Jut F. Dennett, of Hodu. fell cemetery Saturday. He was about from Hartford, where ho will culti- asks us to thank the managers of tho time tho said creditors may attond, on tho leu a fow days ago ami oroke forty-fiv- e years old. and died of In- vate Mr Martin's farm this season. Star Theater, Messrs. Hoavrin & Dar- - provo their claims, appoint a trus Tom is an old neighbor of the editor tee, examine tho Dankrupt and transher left arm. ternal hemorrhage. of this paper, and as Is usual with rass, tor their gonerous act in putting act such other business as may propon "Tho Llttlo American," featuring Narrows' peoplo, ls a good citizen to Mr. Chester Leach, of Heaver Dam, SALESMEN WANTED to solicit Mary PlckfonU for tho benoflt of erly eomo beforo said mooting, have move Into a neighborhood. i'atitk"! Jllod Decomber 31st, 1917. who has been sick for several months, ordors for lubricating oils, greases tho local Red Cross Monday afterIs slowly improving. J. A. DEAN, and paints. Salary or commission. noon and evening, from which Rev. R. L. Dramlcnburg, tho now Referee In Bankruptcy. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., 5102.80 was realized. They ask us Baptist Owvnsboro, Ky., February C, 191$. Asso Cleveland, Ohio. The Amcrlcnn 31!tlp pastor of tho Fordsvlllo church, went to LoulsviUo Monday to to especially thank Mr. Rial, (the c ciation moved into its new building, pop corn man) for his generous serNOTICE Oli' WITHDRAWAL. A son of Joo Ford, a farmer liv- meet his family, who are on their vices iu popping tho corn sold to tho near the depot, this wook. ing bolow town, has measles. The way to their new homo at Fordsvlllo. nudionco at tho show, and Messrs. Mr. Francis J. Reltz, of Evansvlllc, Dr. J. W. Taylor went to Dundee, doctor pronounced It German measles Rov. Hrandonburg conies to Fords Murphreo and Cuhtlen for assisting Tuesday, where ho operated upon but tho boy insists out of patriotism vlllo from Hustonvlllo, Ky., whore with tho music, "Tho Hubtlors" Vandorburg, county, Indiana, heretowe understand ho was a successful fore trading and doing business iu Mrs. James Magan for fistula. that It Is French measles. deserving ser and popular pabtor. Tho new pas- 'would also thank for Kentucky In his own name and unvice tho "Camp FIro" girls and Mr der tho numo of John A. Reltz A Twenty-flv- o The $3.2fi clubbing rato for Tho tor will give tho Fordsvlllo church Schroder and Mr. Kirk. tcachors in tho county an every Sunday servlco. Sons, has ceased tho transaction of have turned in to tho County Super- Ronubllcan and Louisville Dullv Her- business in Kentucky, beginning Jail-uar- y .MAN NINETY-SIintendent their llnnl term repoits. laid for ono year, will soon expire, if DIES. 2nd, 1918, and no pcrton is auyou mean to take adrantagu of this SEED CORN FOR SALE. My Improved, homo grown, Boone Couuty very liberal offer do It now. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Potty, of Mathlas Shulu, of Proutis, died thorized, as agont or otherwise, to tnuibiict any business for or Iu tho Whlto seed corn Is well matured, Sunday. Mr. Shults was ninety-si- x rami) up Saturday, and woie dry uud simply line, quantity limited years old at the tlmo of his death. nnmo of tho said Francis J. Rel'z guests of rdativoH hero until TuesLincoln Gary, of Echols, who n llcciuo a fow days ago to so order early, prlco ?3 por bushel, Ho was u well known and highly re- or under tho name of tho said John day. marry Rochla Hackonborry, had had shelled or in ear, no chargo for crUto spected ettUeii of tho Prentiss com- A. Raitz & Sous, uud all sudi authorWarrants havo boon lmicd for a former oxpoiiouco as an applicant or sack, order from this advertise- munity, whoro ho hud spent his en- ity horotoforo grunted to or exer-Will and Warns Acton, of Sulphur at tho County Clerk's ollico for u ment and if you are not thoroughly tire life. Tho Shults family oumo to oUod by any and all parsons what Springs, charging thorn with falliiiK marriage Heonso. About six months pleased with tho corn return it and I that community moro than a coutu-r- y vor U revoked and withdrawn. ago. Mr. Shults was a relatlre Tills January 2nd, 1918. will refund your money to contribute to tho support of tholr ago Mr. Gary secured u mnrrJago and pay dependent mother, Mrs. Ellen Acton, few dnyH transportation both ways. JOHN T. of but returned Osua Shults. 30t4 . JOHN A. RHITC & SONS. I By Frttueii J Roltz, Solo Ownyr. JACKSON, Rockport, Ky. later, unused. who is about eighty years old. of this city. X Hon-dorbo- u, ed There appears now no reasonnblo doubt but thero aro borne cases of real smallpox in the county; some near Centortown and some other cases at Narrows. Hut thero Is no occasion for alarm. Smallpox in years is much less fatal than measles. While every precaution should be taken, and is being taken by county health physician, Pendleton, tHo chances of widespread infection aro small. Smallpox, unlike measles and whooping cough. Is not Infectious from the lirst fever. The danger of infection does not arise until the patient has chill and fever, under which conditions ho will lbolnto himself by going to bed. In tho meantlmo the public should go about its business in tho ordinary way, and tho danger will soon bo over, lt is reported that smallpox is present in ninety counties in tho State. Smallpox seems to havo an nlllnlty for cold weathor.and tho recent long cold spell has been con ductive to the spread of tho disease. re-co- nt lor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, whose birth in a Lexington hospital wo reported last week, is tho youngest mombor of tho Hartford chapter of tho Red Cross. Her grand father, Mr. Harry Taylor, paid tho fee for the baby membership, (JET ON THE HONOR BOLL. Dy paying the small sum of $1.0C you will bo enrolled as a member of a Red Cross chapter of Ohio county. Call on Rowan Holbrook,' chairman, or Miss Margaret Marks, Secretary, Hertford, Ky. , ' Straw Wuuted. Wo went a numbor of tons of baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will pay market price. American Ass'n., S. L. KING, Mgr. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho district court of tho United States for tho western district of ita "y- - "V7WW PW u ji'lnw phtva mfm sr Mawaaan .rt ,'.i jwwwsi,; WOULD BIOT CASTE 1,0' FROM THE II. S, ARMY h. Representative Miller For More Democracy in The Organisation. through, and thoro will be a glad re- GERMAN WRITER SEES union in tho great 'beyond. It has, indeed, boon a heavy blow, LITTLE IN U. S. ARMY and wo scarcely know how to talk of consolation under ho blttor an afwho fliction. Uut think of Ono rarotli for in all and who Iovim iih Light Training of all. He C1IUISTIAN SCIENTIST IH CHOSEN NAVAIi CIIAPIjAIN Now York, Fob. .1. Serrotary of Navy Danlolfl has .'.ppi-lutcHlchard J. Davis, of Huston, a Christian Scientist, ns a chaplain in the navy, ac- ' QQQQW&Q S$S Makes Iv.va prepared a bright and lio.vi-tifu- l home beyond the Rravu and th spirit of the dear vir will only waif a brief period when li Hwoelnww and lovo she will meet her husbiud ami Fob. 2. A West little one to depart no mora. Washington, Pointer, Keprcscntativo John K. MilWo can snr no morn; htuua.n conler, of WashlnRton, Is bent on knock- solation Is weak. Mar God bless yon, ing out of the American army, the Marlon, In your hour of sorrow, N Mr. and West Point view of the wish of your friends Tho Kronen Idea of fraterniz- Mrs. S. F. Walluro and fjinlly, Harting outside of military "olllco hours" ley Tinsley, I.oyd Homier and wlfo, is, in his opinion, tho proper practice Mr. and Mrs. Sutntnerick, of Akron, for democracy. Ohio. "1 hhd tho same opinion of tho man in the ranks when I was al- West Chamberlain's Tablets. Point as tho other cadets," he Haiti. These Tablets aro Intended espe"It's a part of the training, nnd the cially for disorders of the stomach, part that's easiest for mortals to pick liver and bowels. If you aro trouquickly bled with heartburn, indigestion or up. Uut I camo to see onotigh tho foolishness of It. So do, constipation they will t!v you ' too, almost all tho really big men in good. m tho army. "Even a captain, when he has been Pli::ilJ WOMEN PKKPAP.K with his company a while, forgets TO Vll.h MSN'S PLACES all about himself and tho difference between himself and tho men in the Pueblo, Col., Fob. 2. To provo ranks. Tho very young fellows are that more than one Pueblo woman is attracted chiefly to It." capable of filling tho shoos of mere When Miller uido his trip, with orcongressmen to iiit trenches, man, 300 local young women aro 'other practices ganizing In preparation for any emerho says he found the same gency that may ariso as a result of that ho knew thirty years ago. Pre :ch mingled together, the war. mon and officers Drills aro being conducted twice tho British had the widest gap of all troops were taking to weekly for girls and woman who and American tho English rather than the French want to be ready to guard tho lo:al steel and smelter plants or serve as practice. man "Tho reason," said Miller, "is that police nnd firemen in caso tho English ofllccr was always an power of Pueblo is depleted by enlistthe aristocrat by birth and his connec- ments. """ gtion with tho army was almost the An officer never wore his oretical. uniform in times of peace; his club-mat- KENTUCKIAN SAVES would have laughed at It. The French always were engaged In the DOOMED SHIP'S GUNS serious, busy talk of keeping up an army. You can't be too far above your men and do that. Ever see a busy man all stuck on himself?" Removes Cannon After Boat r. o-- cording to a statement given out today by Albert F. Gllmore. of Hie American Soldiers For Christian Sclcnro Committer on PubWar. World lication. Mr. Davis has boon commissioned with tho rank of lieutenant, junior London, Feb. 2. "The truth about grado, nnd has been assigned for tho American army" is tho title of a temporary duty ut tho Uoston Navy long artlclo written by Col. Gaetlko Yard. Ho is tho first Christian Sclu tho German Socialist newspaper, ientist to be appointed ns a chaplain llrcmer Kcituug. in the navy, two having been "The Kntcnto now has pinned its lln tho army. faith entirely to American help," .iys Col. Gaetlke. "It therefore Is $100 $100 important that tho Germans know j The readers Reward, of Hits paper will be Just how serious Is this American pleased to lenrn that tlicro Is at lenat ono dreaded diseapo that science has menaco. been nblo to euro In all Its stages nnd "Tho Americans aro coming to Eu- that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions rope to moot tho most perfect Instrurequires constitutional treatment. Hall's ment of war that any ago over hns Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally nnd acts thru the Ulnod on tli Mucous Surscon. Can they do it? faces of the System thcr by destroylnc "Secretary of War Uaker recently the foundation of the dlse ise, giving the the contold us that a million nnd a half men patient strength by bullrtlnir up doing Us stitution nnd nssls'lng nature In work. Tho proprietors li ive so much were under training. With all modpowers of Hall's faith In the esty we call his attention to the fact Catarrh Medl curative Htio that tl ty offer One Hundred Dnil irs for any mse that It falls that tho men who still art' being to cure Send for list of testimonials. Address r. J. CHHNnY .t CO.. Toledo. trained cannot terrify us. It to k the Hnglish two years to put a million Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, "5c. men lu a battlefield which was quite near them. The Americans, with tho' FOR FLETCHER'S handicap, of distance, cannot do bet- at 1 Ladies Coed Suits Hub dotliitig Co. HARTFORD, KY. HS)I CEssEdreEi i Children Cry 1 !9MSSSVroSS$9SS9roSS&9( Cry for FletcBier's ter. "How are tho Americans off for Where aro they to g.t 4,i00 Generals and staff olllccrs? Mr. Uaker said he had 9,000 olllccrs of all ranks In April, but now hns 110,000 "That is truly an American masterpiece of accompllshmnt- - to sew epaulettes on n hundred thousand Doej men and call them officers. Mr. Uaker imagine that these gent'u mon In six, nine or twelve months van become lit to perform the difficult tasks of officers In modern war? "What about noncommissioned officers, who are so imporia.it for training and holding together an army? Kverythlni' Nothing is complete. must be improvised. It is an in-problem "Of the total siiingth Mi"" Americans are able to muster It his oeon shown that only a half million can get to Europe flit wl.on? Tlw lcadors have Kot to expect tlmm before next autumn neutral observers say six months later. "Moreover, those mon will arrive, still untrained. While jioriui they may bo useful for a ilefutuh . they may bo considered negligible r.ir any o3fJisivt' operations. 'The greatest possible Airi'rl-a- n military effort will "be too weak and iuHgnilicaut to make good the !o of the ''.usrfiaus and tho eak t nif, of tin- - Malians." o OA3TOR Life Vtfas A a Ibe made stf .szira - ana has r. ...v,u under his ,u iiiiu.il.). Tjjf.j.r.j,. f "''Counterfeits, Imitations and All " are but been per-- Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of in use ior over over ju years, has borne the signature of .... ui.jvv w Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been t "fe. When You Have a Colli. It is when you have a sevore cold that you appreciate the good qualiy. Is Shelled By German Submarine. I ties of Chamberlain's Cough Itpino-dHopkinsvllle. Ky.. Feb .T. Unci Mr.s. Frank Crocker, Pana, 111., Hanberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. I). son Paul writes: "Our caught a severe cold last winter that W. Hanberry, of this city, who has been captain of a gun crow on tiie oil settled on his lungs and he had cughlng spells. We were tanker Albert Watts since tho United Kreatly worried about him as the States declared war on Germany, has medicine we gave him did not help written his parents of tho torpedoA neighbor spoke ing of his vessel and the later dehim in the least so highly of Chamberlain's Cough struction of the ship by lire Ho said tho ship left Now York Kemedy that I got a bottle of It. Tho ld tor-rlhl- o Palmer, Okla., writes: "From Ihc time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my bad: and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. 1 would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . decided to Just-as-go- ... Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Drops 'and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It a ..'talna neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears It lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation", F!atu!c..:y, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcvcrishncss ,..;. '" therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach nnd Sowtls, nidi the assimilation of Food; giving- healthy and aatur.il iccn. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. O-tiria What is CASTOR!Paretic, A a - 1 12 TAKE &mmm CASTORS A ?Bears the Signature of c: alw:j aEj.- - i i' first dose benefitted him so much I continued giving it to him un-J- il m ty miles from an Italian port he was cured." "Howover. wo managed to tow her -. Into port with a great big hole in her "MINEIIAIi I'KODUCTIO.V OF ildo," says tho letter. Tho next day ALASKA IX 1017 $11,000,000 tho captain and 1 went ashore, and while there she caught fire and burnIn 1917 Alaska produced minerals ed up. lining loaded with gasolim' valued at ? 11,700,000. These are tho and benzine, It was impossible to advance figures Ibsucd by the United The crew jumped iavo anything. States Geological Survey, Department overboard and were saved. We aro of tho Interior, nnd are based on estibeing cared for by the United States mates made by CJ. C. Martin. Tho consul hore." value of the mineral output of AlasTho ship burned for threo weekb, ka In 1917. although about $G,S70,-Ou- says the letter Then Mr. Hanberry 191G, was greatless than that in went aboard and removed the guns, er than that In any other year. The damaged by the heat. had most valuable mineral product in which gave been no details of tliu bubma-rin- ti He 1917 was copper, of which S8.200,-00- 0 attack or how the fire originatpounds, valued at $24, 000, was ed. Ho said o 111 eon; and crew are uot-pproduced. This Is loss than the or 19 1C, which was 119,000.-jiounrt- s, getting along well. Mr. Itnuberry lias been in thn navy valued at !? liO.4 S0.U0K but is for several yearb, and whim the greater than that of any other year. arming of merchant vessels began Tho reduction is due largely to labor prior to the declaration of war, was troubles and is not necessarily per- given command of the gun crew on manent. Tho gold produced In 1917, tho tanker SlMfiO.OOO, of which $9,850,000 was derived from placer mlnos, was also less than that produced in 1916, which was $17,210,000. and is the .smallest hlnce 1904. The reduction was duo chiefly to curtailment of because of tho scarcity of labor nnd the high tost of materials, but In purl to the dlsuster at tho Treadwell nilnw and tho depletion of jtonio of the richer placers. During tho yar Alaska also produced sliver valued at $1,050,000, Told by Herself. Her Sincoal valued ut $.'100,000, lead valued cerity Should Conat $11.0, 000, tin valued at $100,006, vince Others. antimony valued at $40,000, and tungsten, chromium, petroleum, marChristopher, HI. "For four years I ble, gypbiim, graphite, unci platluum, Buffered from irregularities, weakness. valued at $000,000. nervousness, nnd was in u run down During :i:i years of mining Alaska condition. Two of has product! more ban $.191,00u our best doctors 000 in gold, sllvur. copper, and othfailed to do mo any good. I heard 60 er minerals. Of this amount much about what ruprosonts the alui) of tho LyUia E. PinUham's SS,2IHI,0()0 that of the gold, and V ege table Comtopper. pound had dono for others, 1 tiled it and wfti cured. I lil'lTEU OK COXIHHAiXCE am no longer nerON WIKE'S HEATH vous, urn regular, and in excellent With fuullug of tloupokt sorrow ue health. I boliuvo tho Compound will havo loanied of 'hit tlcjth of Mrs. euro any female trouuh.- "- Mra. Al.icr. IIixleh, Christophor, 111. Junii Park, it' uLythlug could ha-.- e Nervousnesa is often nymntom of us special pain, It witu the weakness or Bomo functional derani'o-mea- t, .iuud which may ho overcomo by this nowg of your sad buruavomtat How 1 rumumbur your dear vita! i.oo-ly- , famous root and herb remedy, Lydia IJ. Pinkham'a Vegetable! Compound, na llvuly, lntolllgjttt and affuutlou-ult- i, thousands of woman havo found by over displaying' a thougUfulnoa experience. If complications oxist, write Lydia II buyout! hur years, and to 'one such Pinkham Medicine (It... 1 ynn, Mnuu., for a devoted wlfo truly L:.uj;, a dm p Bugystiona in t"yfurKilniont. and hoavy slutdow ; but rumumber The rosult of r"y' i la,; cpcricnca la j ii i v.1 t I'lt,' atyourbcrviwj. that on October 28 and was torpedoed November 28 in tho Mediterranean, for- m . O About Constipation. Cortala articles of diet tend to check movements of tho bowels. Tho most common of these are cheesc.tea antt boiled milk. On tho other hand raw fruits, especially apples and bananas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote a movement of tho bowols. When tho bowels are badly constipated, however, tho suro way is to take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets Immediately after .supper m &Z&&&M Kind You The Woman's Tonic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good would adhealth. . . vise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffcrpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-d- o wit system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. 1 OvCf 38 fe For Have Always YeSIS The Bought Ifl TMK CKHTAUW COMANV. Nrw VflRK CITV. - - We Knock the Spots Out of Things 1 L'ICST1().V llOIMNG WATKK IS PIIOMPTM' SKTTI.KI) inr I llf INTO the Troubles o Constipation. K ut Home, Feb. 2. The sergoant jor had the reputation of never being at a loss for an answer A young ofliccr made a bet with a brother officer that ho would in less than twenty-four hours ask tho sergeant-majo- r a question that would balllo him. ma- Ladies ana men s Garments For Lazy Liver an French Dry Cleaned and Presitd la Superior Manner. Send qb your Garment and Va? fhem HOW THIS NERVOUS WOMAN GOTWELL accompanied The sergeant-majo- r the young officer on his rounds, in the course of which the cookhouse was Inspected. Pointing to a largo copper of water Just commencing to boil, the ollicer said: "Why does this water only boll round the edges of tho copper and not in tho center?" "Tho water round the edge, sir," replied tho veteran, "is for tho uion on guard; they have their breakfast half an hour before the remainder of the company." HOItHH MKAT (JAINS IN UKMAND ItY NIJW YOIJKKUS Now York, Feb. 4. Tho horso meat shops recently established hero continue to increase their business. Tlia antipathy toward them on tho part of the beef moat shops has been overcomo. Prevailing prices will show why tho popularity of tho meat is Increasing and why tho aversion of homo persons is bolug overcomo; Steak, round, porterhouse or sirloin, por lb I'orterhouBo, por lb 10 c Flunk, por lb c 7 Itib stew, per lb 0 c Soup bono, per lb 4 c 1 2 Vsc Iloltigna, par lb CLEANED CLUAN Packagei called tor and uellrer THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. All Druggists J.C3 It Nail, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. joyi?j Transaanes WC - SJi EL& g Mothers ! Peel riRht nil tho time. Don't lay otl from work for days by taking calooxx keeps yc when pleasant Ue- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtrou lc. Sufcr too, nnd cosy to tako. DonT take anything else. You can't nlToru it. Eliminates poisons, clcansca By tern nnd relieves constipation. A nnt ural remedy, natural in ita actions, sum in its cfTcct and certain in results. It wiP won't bo long beforu Liv- - Vc-La- x completely displace calomel in over home.i Children cun take it freely at with perfect Biifetv. Every liottlo $1 in bottled. None penuino without tho likoneaa and eigni turo of L. K. Grimsby. For &alo by - VIIMAMH HarUDtvl "C nd USQ Mil $293,-OOO.O- I refwys ma Succeed when evcrythlug elsa fails. In nervous prostration and fcmala wenknesse they me the bujireme remedy, at thousands have teittiied. DR. Manonla J. H.THORPE NOSE K EiE, EAlt, THROAT, Tomplo 12c For the Children A safe, old fashioned :rmiruce " jrm it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. FOR KIDNSYfLIVER AND STOW! ACH TROUBLE And Fittinu of Glasses OWliNSBORO. , WILL YOU TAKE OUR remedy for worm. FKEY'SVERMIFUCBe.11 otei you. tkili Ktlp GERMINAL REMEDY l( Seventy. fine jttn continu. cut uk ii tho bill totimonUI m ''' j tho charge agaljmt Privato Jones? Kurguaiit If yur please, "o's been dnuiU an 'o's boon breaklu' things, n' o won't, ilK-- no orders lu fact, Vk boon behavlu' colonel himself BIdncy O'lUitla OM'ICIAIi ti.XAMPLK. Presiding Genius Whut is Kp u.lK.khr. 25c, bottUftlwanM luwl krep u L114 tmn bftir UtiU tl rvw AijW t or fjuD itoia Cpily ytu. vfid lit aed am 25c fet'B lit CU.H1)T. taJ ywi but. E. & S. FREY, ALTIH0KL. m iESSZk Ml. pelvic catarrh, ulcsration and inflam. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co, for. ten yrara, A healing wonder for natal catarrh, tore throat nnd tore eyci. Economical. niation. a--- POt PPDdAMAI IIVIL'rjI? DiMoIved in water for douches top aSBmkmL Mllaffvm z?8 A Treafmen! for WEAK LUNGS or A CONSUMPTION A quick relit I for that tint!, run down feellac coutfbt, pim la cbfil. altht tweita, lirmur I mxi 01 coutumpllon. U it tbjcct. Wi-JocU'l not be!;) yea It ctils you dc.(Ub4. FOR ONE MONTH r. Vn3. r- - . r. ti I - OHIO MEDICAL GO, EwES .IHMi "' AiJi-ja- ' QTl'.fT'llir- -' Kmrfc.arartfc'"p