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The sunshine of last Friday work, Mr. Holbrook announced that SOMEBODY BLUNDERED. aroused Dad's old wanderlust and he the church was paid for and a small A BODY BURIED Knve our business manager the usual balance was left in tho treasury. week's notice. But lte was oleerly Is with sosiothlng not far rum o veil from Indignation that the people The congregation, Justly elated, over IN LIVERY BAIN DIES AT STAKE' resMeM and Impatient, and we let of It tho lifting of the burden that had America will tend this message from "un Irish port." him start on his Journey to no where fallon so heavily upon It, cheered i A pathetic feature Is that, nllhough all the victims wore tags, in particular Monday morning. Dad j with genuine enthusiasm. no Identification numbers liatl hcun put on them beams those er sticks typo, hut he Is of little-othTho church, Just recently comAmericans had not ns yet ban nssignod to .definite army units. County Widow Confession Made After Red-Ho- t use to the world In which he wanpleted, is ono of tho most handsome Webster Therefore, there is no wnv to Identify them and they will be buried ders from pillar to post. If there Murdered and Four Men and artistic church ediflcos to be Irons Are in one grave. was ever any milk of human kindWho's to blame? Through whosq fault must tho families of those lost be found in the smaller towns of Ken Held for Crime. ness In bis bosom It has long since left for all lime In doubt? Is not this neglect In direct contradiction with tucky, and tho congregation had Just up, and he cares very little iH dried grounds for being proud of it. the plddge, solemn and speclllc, glvun by Secretary Raker? happens so It does not The church cost ? 18,000, and will i about what Washington assures us that tho army regulations roqulro that both ofLYNCHERS UNOPPOSED lPP to him. Still he had some ficers And men woar two melnl Identification tags bearing their rank, com- stnud as a monument of the present Clay, a mining town in Webster county, has a murder mystery that He was honest and pany and regiment. good instincts. The tags aro an essential, a proscribed part of tho congregation to futuro generations. Is j inoffensive, ' exciting unusual interest to the but his Interest In every actlvejservice uniform. wo find that the regulation had not been Any mention of the construction of Hut hero thing except a bare existence was comidiud with; that these mou wore sont into the" danger xvnu this building would bo incomplete country , The body of Mrs. Joy Tennessee Mob Makes Short long since lout. WhiU here the old with no without a just tribute to tho ladles Sparks, a widow 24 years old, was ineaifs of Identification; that, In place- of tuo tags duly and properly Yv ork of Prisoner Taken man was sober, but ho left with of the congregation, who worked so exhumed from the floor of an unusthere was one tag and that was blank. about fifty dollars in his Jeans, and 'And at the same tltuo wo are told that tho list of survivors is like to be long and faithfully to reduce tho big ed livery barn, and four men are By Posse. we judge he will Journey cityward. greatly delayed and we are under arrest charged with the comasked to boar in mind the various ports at debt. They were assigned the task Peace go with, him. which they were landed. But this Is not a remote region. Londonderry, of raising one thousand dollars, but mission, or guilty knowledge of tho i Belfast, Glasgow aro big cities liberally supplied with cable ofllcos and 'every when th6 accounts were balanced up crime. They are Jacob Hicks, 45, i Springs, Tenn., reb. II. I'fBMC ADMINISTRATOR. other facility. This is not tho West Const ot Africa, but a region as set it was" found thoy had raised and and his son, Heber Hicks, 20, of a negro, who shot llliorron. contributed four times as much. The Cynthlana, and two negroes emtled and as easily communicated with as tho neighborhood of Boston. i'l d two white men hero last Judge Cook has appointed U. S. now structure is a magnificent build- ployed at the barn where the body v. .is burnrd at the stako here 7 "What's wrong? was fdund. The elder Hicks and the Carson, n Hartford merchant, Prtbllc ing, and honors alike tho congregaWho's to blame? ... liter a confession had been Guardian and Administrator for Ohio two negroes were rushed to the Hention and tho town. i r mm him by application At whose door are wo to place this callous negloct, this y uf county. derson Jail to escape possible mob is a successful taking of chances. Mr. Car-soo-- . i 'runs. violence. business man, and is well fitted fur ' TRADING IX CHICKENS The people of Amorica want V iii estimated at upward of the The reports sent out are, that the duties of the office. Numerous TO GO UMIKU MX The people of America have a right to khow. Louisville Horald. ious mot the train. Landers casoa are1 litigated in the courts elder Hicks was infatuated wilt the posse urged the crowd toUei W.here one Qr more of the parties Washington, Feb. 12. Trading in pretty widow, and the matter in some t.il.e its course, but no effort' at' Interest nre minors, and require livo or freshly killed hens and pullets way coming to the attention of his uln to prevent the lynching. GLOOMY WAR PICTURE services of a guardian, and In THE FIRST RIFT anywhoro in the United States Is for- wife, at Cynthlana, she visited him tor of out; f tho men. Mcll- - the the settlement of some decedent's bidden in an ordor announced yes- during the holidays, and begged him ni hot, iiddre.ied the crowd, do- - estates an administrator is necessary. IN WAR CLOUDS PAINTED BY RUSSELL terday by the United States food ad- to give up the widow, which he in, i' n her brother s slayer. Tin. In order to avoid tho trouble inciministration. Fobruary-2is fixed agreed to do. Later the younger "i r ihua was Uken out of town, appointment of such repas the dato when fresh stock must Hicks, it is alleged, went to Mrs. to a tree, tortured unlit h" dent to the in. in each case the law pro- be disposed qf, and adds that addi- Sparks and represented to her that .1, implicating another negro. resentative is father wanted to divorce his mothTides for the appointment of a pub- Germany And Ukranians Says Germany Will Have tional stocks may not be purchased. i '' .i was burned. lic official to act in all such cases. By restricting the killing of chick- er, but needed some money and askn. Form Pact And Break Army of More Than of the original killing ens, which should be heavy layers, ed her to undertake to cash two ' piaco near here Friday The term of this officer is four years. Peace Ice. 4,000,000. tho food administration hopes to in checks for J300 each. After these i.1 unknown tonight. Tierce 1'ATItIOTIC MKBTIXG. crease tho production of eggs and checks were cashed young Hicks and Jew Tigert were killed allow them to bo put in storage at cashed another check with his faththe same time Frank Tigert Saturday morning at 9 o'clock the Knoxvilic, Tann., Feb. 11. Charles a reasonable price. er's forged name, which was made The patriotic meeting at the Methn- was painfully wounded, the Monday afternoon had Central Powers and tho Ukranlan Edward Russoll, mouther of tho Tho new order was issued several good by the parent. The theory of - odist church 'l.rmtioa being that Mcilher- a full house, and much Interest was republic formed tho first of what Root Mission to RtiBsIn, speaking at days ago and had been given publici- tho murder is that young Hicks was li run umuck." using his knowledge of the guilty re(he large audience pres- ,must Anally end in a series of peace tli East Tonnossce War Conference ty by local food administrators gave chase. displayed by Imt'.ediMcly pacts among the twonty-thrc- o nahero said ent. if the reports of a tho administration announced it. lations existing between his father nlj lit the ifj&ee was told that and tho woman Prof. J. R. Bruner, principal of the tions now engaged in tho great world separate peaco by Russia aro true in extorting; t Lym-hpreacher, had a money from his father, and when she Amorica faced a crisis. "There aro high school here, delivered an ad- war. DITCH CASE REVERSED. out Mcliiflrrop at a negro Despairing ot reaching an under- 1,5000,000 Austro-Gorma- n refused to further servo his purpose dress derdtrdhletty to explaining prisoners ' it near htflre.snd the preach- the manner of sale and the duty of standing with the Bolshevik!, tho in Russia, who aro in good fighting The Court of Appeals has just ho murdered hor to avoid danger of k.ilt d In tin exchange of shots Grmans turned with condition," ho' said. "Those, togethor handed down a decision reversing tho xposurc of his scheme for money getbuying the thrift stamps. Prof. Bru-t- bread-hungr- y himself ;inl possemen who treated the thrift stamp by the overtures lif peaco to the Ukranlan with 147 divisions of German light- Ohio Circuit Court in tho Finley Car- ting. i ) ilia home after him. which controls some of tho ers will bo thrown against tho ter ditcn caso, which has been on Tho finding of tho body came about i.i night Mcllherron was lo- trained method of the teacher, and Republicgrain fields in Russia. Tho allies on tho Wostorn front. his address was very Instructive, and richest This tho docket hero for tho past two through information of one of the in .i loghouse near McMinnville, negroes later arrested, who said the will no doubt, result in increasod Ukranians, who have set up a gov- will glvo Germany an army of more years. ' po.se headed by deputies lay sales of these stamps at the local post ernment for themselves in south- than four millions. This was an action brought by Fin-le- y younger Hicks hired him to dig the ' ihu house i II night waiting "They will outnumber any possioffice. Elder Bushing's address dealt western Russia, had for some timo Carter, J. A, Bellamy, W. F. How- hole in tho ground, alleging that he i li supply of ammunition. In largely with picturing the fearful out been conducting secretly peace terms ble forco of soldiers that tho Allies ard, aud A. P. Kelly to establish a wanted to bury whisky in It. The that followod the arrival of rages of German soldiers, and did with the Central Powers, nnd tho can put on tho front. Germany will ditch on Panther creek. L. A. negro stated that Hicks came Into nt Ion today the negro was much to arouse the patriotic feeling Bolshevik! are highly Incensed over subjugato Italy and thon swoop ovor Ralph, J. L. Patton, II. W. Ralph and the barn about four o'clock In the 'I .iiid captured. Shots lodged or tne audience. of tho Southorn Franco and drive the re C. M.'Cambron, land owners affected, morning, with the supposed bundle His address was their action. This action 1. 1', head and left arm, and portions of the Alllos' flled exceptions and tho issuo was of whisky in a buggy, the morning; as a whole, instructive and inspiring, Ukranians will probably roult In re maining lie was helpless did he give 'l and was greatly pleasing to tho peo- newed military activities botweon tho armies into a small northwestern Jjined. On tho trial in Circuit Court, after, as it developed later, he and l.jlht. ple fortunulo enough to hear him. new republic and tho Bolshovlkl, with corner of Franco" and thoro defeat it appears that the trial judge in- Mrs. Sparks had gone out In a bug' i entered the cabin and up the inter- the probability the Central Powers them by detachments. Brother structed the jury that to establish gy about 10:30 in the evening. La.it the negro out, putting him vals withLitchfield Ailed he has the will render substantial assistance to "In such an ovont wo can do only tho ditch it must havo been proven ter the negro confessed that young little talks, and e tralu for Estill Springs. happy faculty of talking, as Deau the Ukranians. what tho Russians did In tho war that the ditch would conserve tho Hicks acknowledged killing the woin with Japan, send our troops abroad public health, and this fact not hav- man, and said he did it because her 8wift's wife said of the Hush's writJ u: UKR XKWM AX. DOC RIIiKY'S UOV. only in sufficient numbers to havo ing beon shown, tho Jury found for relations with his father was breaking, interestingly about a stick. The ing his mother's heart. them defeated at tho point of dis- the defendants. K coe Bender and Miss Caiw meeting was both useful and instrucNo. It isn't John, but a bran now embarkation. Thus can America bo tive, and should be du plica td in all wore married in The petitioners appealed to the rtinan one that Just arrived from Stork-tow- n dofeated without ovon a shot being Appollato Court with the result menSUES ILLINOIS CENTRAL. 1. The tho churches of tho county. last Monday. last week. Cnpt. Riley re- fired on American soil." ;mi attractive und cultured tioned. Tho Court of Appeals In i. V. M. Render, (col.) of McHenry, ceived tho good nows while attend11HRICD1TY IS RK8PONSIBLH. ti I. my, whose home is In Heu- -. rendering an opinion held that tho ing to his duties at Camp Taylor. ELLIS AD DUUSILLA. Ky. Mr. Render has, for interest of public health was not vital has filed suit through his attorneys, Some six thousand years ago Moth- Slnco tho Captain eutorcd tho army to granting the petitioners' pray Heavrin & Martin, against the Illio.ir.i resided in Owmsboro, It was ever thus. Tho wages of er tor tho establishment of tho drain- nois Central Railroad Company to ho has been in the revenue er Eve was tempted by an apple, and Mrs. Rlloy and the older boy, John, and He was reared in this coun- - did oat thereof and died. And that have beon living in Evansvillo, so sin Is death. Neglect of right rulos age ditch, where it was shown that recover damages for sickness I J. it rig been educated here and apple loving trait of Mother 13ve the young man will ho a native of conduct must bear dead sea fruit. tho ditch would bo of public benefit loss of timo from his labor, which ho n ,i time was chief deputy in the was transmitted so strongly to her the Hoosier Stato. Tho Captain is Lon and Lydla aro not alone iiutholr in tho matter of dralnago for agricul- alleged resulted from failure of the This timo it is Ellis nnd tural purposes. Tho superior court company's agent to provido suitablo v Court Clerk's oKteor A host posterity at this romote day, men as doing u patriotic service to his coun- troubles. ot uK here and in tho county, to-- well as women will liuvo apples oven try in tho present war, and Is do-n- g Drusllla, also colorod. A llttlo more also hold that tho trial judge erred heat in tho colored waiting room his bit toward providing tho coun than a year ago Ellis Bush led a in admitting ovidonco of land own-r- s while ho was waiting for transporta-io- n i with The Republican, extend if the law must sometimes be vioK' on defendant's train. Ho alleges to the newly united lated in getting them. Only Mon- try with soldlors for future conflicts dusky diuiibol to tho altar and prom who testified that their land, which filiations ised to keop hor In sickness nnd in laid below tho lowor end ot tho drain- that aftor buying a ticket for Cenund especially to Roscoe in day night a decendaut of the apple ARTK It CAIiKIt POW1CRS. hoalth until death did thorn part, but age ditch, would bo damaged by ex- tral City ho had to wait for a train i' ;; himself from tho list dan-- loviug mother of the race, acting unagain tho course of true, lovo did cessive- ovorllows resulting from tho which was two hours late, and that near the old bachelor line. der the Impulse ot heredity, appeas Tho sensation in Republican poli-- not trun smoothly and Tuosduy the digging ot tho ditch, thoy not having In a waiting room without fire, and ed his hunger for thetempting fruit, . II D GETS WANDKKLUttT. the risk of going to prison, by tIll this yoar is being Htnged in the brldo ot a littlo more than a year, been jeluoil to, or mndo parties to in a temporaturo of fifteen degrees Congressional district. came into tho county Judgo's olllco the suit. Tho action was remanded below zero. Wo are not passing on breakliiB a window in groceryman Eleventh with a story of a wounded heart and for furthor trial In tho Circuit tho facts alleged, but out of our own 1' "l and the went together. Dock Carson's store, nnd helping Strong foroes aro aftor Calob recent oxporienco of riding In refrigpolitical scalp. 1 ii w.is a tramp printer who came Judgo J. M. a bruised head. According to Drusll-la'- s Court. and perhaps some others, to story hor Bubh was sheltering a erator coaches during the recent cold tin-- , Powers' odlce when the snow came the tempting fruit. Of course Dock Robsion, of Barbnurvlllo, Kills, Glenn & Slmmorman, attort when the snow left. is boing groomed by young nnd nttractivo widow under his neys for the petitioners, and Wood- weathor wo aro very strongly inclinHome-- it was to blame, knowing tho strong homo town, il that tho courts 'ii frundless, Dad hi a wauder-ui'u- n heredity we all havo for apple out- many strong lenders, and supported benollcient shado, and 'when sho re ward Sc Kirk, and Hoavrln & Martin, ed to tho opinion should rigidly enforce tho laws retfie face of the earth, and he ing, to leave the tempting fruit bank- by a majority of tho Republican pross monstrated at a division of Ills affect- for exceptors. quiring transportation companies to ul two months a long time to ed up where there was a. thin glass ot the district, for the nomination for ion-, ho flauntod his lovo for the widprovido adequate boat about their de-pS MEETiXtt. in one town. Dad perhaps he between the templed and the beau- Powers' soat In Congress. Editor ow In hor face, and then bumped hor and en trains. I i Mother name but we never took tiful red skinned apples, but tho chief McDonald, ot the homo town ot both head against tho railroad track with A very luterostlng mooting of tho tl,. trouble to Inquire It dropped blame must rest on old Mother Ue, candidates, comes out strongly in his morclloss violence. Sho had a war1 PAPER IX SIGHT. Association was held it'- Republican office Just after who transmitted the upplolovlug ap- paper for Robsion. He says that rant ot arroBt issued for the faith- Parent-TeachHe petite to so many millions of her pos- Powers has no Influence in Congross, less husband, and urgod that ho bo at college hall Friday afternoon. i fiMiug of the first snow. .1 ia and that for ton years tho district taken Into custody at onco. To ndd Mimic was furnished by Mrs. Elgin If our patrons will be patient with money and few clothes, but terity. has been without representation. to Brasilia's humiliation the widow, and two of her pupils. Mrs. Hooker us in issuing a four page paper tbla willing to work, Pad was what But notwithstanding tho loadors aud sho allegas, is carrying a rasor and Williams' paper on "Raising Boys" week, we will give them a full sizK IIICALTH HOARD MKBTS. iiw as a tramp printer, too newspapers aro for Robsion, tho fol- threatening hor with assault. was good advice to all mothers. Rov. ed paper next weok. We have beea i of vi horn work in one place only o-, I'ough to acquire a little boose I Litchfield followed with a talk on tho able to book a supply of print paThe county board of health met in lows at the heads ot tho creeks and CHURCH HURT PAID. work of the association of tho Stato, per, but could not get it In time for He was about sixty, and ac- - Hartford Tuesday, with Judge Mack on the mountain sides aro yet to bo '! and Prof. Bruuer explained tho plans tho current issue. Many papers r to his own story had been Cook.. Dr. E. B. Pndleton and Dr. J. heard from, and Powers' strength has It was a happy occasion for the for the organisation ot tho junior throughout tho Stuto, Including the Drs. Willard Lake been with that class. nearly forty years. He A. Dur present. inig Mothodlit congregation at their, Sun- Red Cross from which wo tiro oxpoct-in- g Loulsvillo dallies, have beon forced, i lu.i wife and children died In ajd J. O. McKlnney were absent. The on account of a shortage ot prlut day cvonlnir service.. The pkstor, great things. DOUCHES FULLY PROMOTED. now fever epldoiute In the south chief purpose of tho meeting was to Miss Cllffle Felix's littlo folks en- pupor.to issue abbreviated coplea.but Rev. Litchflold.announoed that Treasue enrly elgh'ties, stnee which 'discuss the small pox situation. On- Douglas Felix, who wus somo timo urer Holbrook, would make a state- tertained with recitations, a trout of In other cases, ns In our own, the ree had covered the most of the ly two new cases wero reported, one ti ment, or a report, ot the building popcorn served in dainty Valentino duced size was. only temporary. It Dad here and imutlior tune in the family ago- - made a lieutenant in tho Nationii iuies In his Itinerary. ' u type aud cuss, but these of MY. Pi Barnard, near town. The al army, and has for somo timo boon couiiulttoe. Aftor stating the cost folders,- and had soma 1st atpl 2nd was more disappointing to us than i the limits of his accomplish- - case n.' in progress are till proper- - employed In the Adjutant Gunoral's of the now church, aud paying a just grade work on display. Soveral gave to our patrons for to have to issue Industrious, and 'ly isolated and it Is not believed there oflico at Washington, has been pro- - tribute to the congregation for the their names for enrollment and the a four page paper, but under the cirHo to Ms fonts, li.decd he btuck Mill be a gouerul .ipiuud of the dis- - nioted t a captaincy, and will bo us- - sairinces made in building the splen-- 1 juemberbhlp committee reported that cumstances it was a question only of C'upt. Pells is a sou did btructuro, and recounting somo they had almost reached tho foal ot four miL'ei or nn minor uf nil Vmin Meufclea vure reported f roia j fc'KW'd ,t unco t ( i.' ; nit;, inn tli.u we hid I paper will look uatural next week, lot Mr V L. Foils, of Hartford, ovcry secllou ot tho county. of tho difficulties encountered in tho 100 members. pitted htm to, but tho wiatuer'dld ulmost I , i . i happy-go-luck' I ' i i i ' ' bo-fo- ro ht , inb i wr I i ". Ev-lu- i . ni-i- tm "' Pow-himse- lf, i . PARKXT-TKACIIER- uts er " e i j w-i- s ! o. . iK wl v WOMAN SFFFRAOE. tho fire. Jack fathered tho rather n LOUISVILLE MARKETS. cumborson tax bill nt tho Apodal (By I. I). Claire.) of tho Loelslaturo, n r.d now the I'm for woman suffrage. I defifty thousand dollar appropriation Published Weekly by Hogs Choico heavies, ICG pounds clare I nm. For six thousand years pay tho expenses of tho tax &4RTF0KD rniNTINQ COMPANV bill to bears tho name of the and up, flD.Sfi; 120 to lGfi pounds, woinnn hits been wronged, cruelly commission Incorporated $15. 2G; pigs, $12.00 13.60; roughs, wronged. She orter been allowed to W. S.TINSLEY, Allen county statesman. . , M. SMITH. . ' rr vote first. This is one of those mat- down. s. rresldcnt export American soldiers, who went Cnttlo Forty Primo steer. ters In which tho world started down with tho sinking of the trans- $11.50 12.00; heavy shipping, $10 wrong. Women shant bo trampled Editor (SHN HENKV THOMAS port, Tnscanla, wero buried in nn 11.50; light, $8.00 10.00; fat under foot any longer If I can help y, . TINSIjEY, Associate Editor unmarked grave on the Irish constj heifers, $C. GO 10.50; fat cows, $S.-5- 0 It. Because Eve was good nntured KRSsaERKwtKSiraraerwauHim'K.i and Business Mnnngcr. Through somo fault of tho War De10.00; medium, $7.00S,50; and wanted to keep jioiicc in the riini-I- I v Adam started off bossln' I lie Job partment these men bore no marks stockors, COO S. 75. according to law nt the Postoltlce of Identification, and as a result of Bati-n-Calves The market ruled steady; and man usurped that privilege ever' Hartford. Ky.. n mall mutter 01 iu- m 2c Light Immasince, Even In makiti or tue out this oversight their mothers will nev- best veuls ilui, er know tho fate of their sons. This ture calves can not be sold nt any scriptures the men done all the ft wrltln', or at learnt If tho woman to failure of the department to provide price. all rnmmunlcatlons xAAm.a Sheep and Lambs No changes wrote the men wouldn't send the copy the soldiers with identification tags Jft Hartford Republican. will be hard to be forgiven by the wero noted In values. Best sheep. to the printer. No doubt the women relatives of the brave boys whose $9.00 10.00; bucks, $S.OO down; wrote some good tuff but they nev- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS n new to fato can never now bo certainly best lambs, $16.00 10.50; seconds. er got It in print Now I don't want i1plrln th pntwr -- i,...!. $12.00 12. GO; culls, $S.00'J.00. to be Irreverent, but even the old pa- dilriM tnnt Klve the old nddrem In ruiiUng the known. Mqcmt. Poultry Hens, young irlurchs and prophet wouldn't let nnd 5o SnslneM Locals and Notlcf 10c vet llae Whom the Lord loveth he chickens, turkeys, the women prophesy and take tr lln for each additional Insertion. Tbanl0c The Fiscal Court is of our old roosters, 13c; ducks, things. In Somehow tho lead Otttuarlen, Kwolutluni and Card ol household of faith, and as, in a small Eggs Case count, canjovorumeuts wouldn't give tho wo - J !in. moner lu advnnie. nhnrrh N'otlcn for fervlce free, hut other wny.the mouthpiece of tho party, we dled, mon no show, aud made all the advertisement, Be per line, shall be at sometime called upon to kings and ompcrors out of men. Just 4. will receive no inoajmouj coramunkatlonn THE TOBACCO MARKET. defend Its nction. In this cnpaclty men. men for everything, and tho H ttentlon we feci Justified in commenting upon The recent thaw has resulted In a its action. At the recent term of this 72ZB. ,.123 court we notice by its record that It Hood of tobacco deliveries over all greatest troubles lu getting the wo- - 3? orlo.li.c5. Client .. CO made an allowance of $10.40 for the district. Nearly a million pounds men the right to vote is tho women 'f"stenographic notes of a trial In the of tobacco was In Owensboro Tue They've been down jh themselves. .FKBKUAHY 15 matter of the Suttons, charged with day. Here every shed In town ha trodden so Ions they Just don't wtuit FRIDAY,. of a parent. Thero been full of wagons waiting over to vote, but they orter be made the appears to us no reasonable excuse night to be unloaded most of do It. It orter be made a fHony No, vc are not saying much about for stenograph records of this trilling Some friction came up at a woman not to vote. I git mad at Wo are trying to case, at tho expense of the tax payers tho Burns house relative to tho Legislature. the grad- my wife hivauso she don't want to be charitable. of the county, and we think, that like ing, and the officials from Owensboro vote, nnd I guess I'd get madder if the allowanco for rent of quarters were called in. However, the matTho weather man pulled Fuel Com- for the local exomptlon board, there ter was adjusted, and deliveries arc she did vote and didn't vote my way, but she orter want to vote. Woman missioner Garfield out of a mighty was no warrant in law for doing so. proceeding smoothly. Grader Tln-lesuffrage Is just the thing to right hole. uncomfortable is sticking to his bush, and There can be no just excuse for such .til the wrongs thnt allllct tho human money. not fair to the farmers get race, and lot us hurry the remedy. Henry Dellavcn Moorman is the liberality with the public's by him. so best "advertised private soldier KenWilliam Henry Jones, the veteran Prices have recently boosted a lit A SEVERE INDICTMENT. tucky has sent to Uncle Sam's army. editor of the Glasgow Republican, tie all over the district, and later newspa sales will probably do even better At a time when the government is Those Tennesseeans were positive- who has made a Republican of fuel per a success in a strongly Demo- The farmers who have not sold should 3ngaged In the greatest war of all ly .unpatriotic in this time conservation to waste it burning a cratic county, copies three editorials bo In no hurry to do so. It Is ver times, it Is regretable that those in from the Todd County Times in the probably that when the last end ot utthority can not for n season at negro to the stake. same issue of his paper, asks "what the crop is reached thero will be a least disregard politics, nnd make ev- - j Kentucky has a. rather queer sys- of it? They wero worth while." It wild scramble for it. Only the re- ery effort possible to unite the countem . of public morals. It licenses was Jhia boldness of Col. Jones to Ig- mote possibility of the beginning o; try In a common defense of tho na-- 1 gambling on tho raco tracks and nore fine rules that has made his pa peace negotiations stand in the wa tion's greatest peril, but it seems it per known and respected through of the highest prices of tho seaso:. Is not so. Indeed wo Republican-- , 1918 punishes it at tho crap tables. out tho State. The newspaper that being yet paid for tobacco. put by politics, , ire admonished to At last the President has decid- Is afraid to give its readers the best KSKTZ3E3ro?SB5rsroEE2ZJJE tiiWHtJ iMl stand by the President, but at longer treat Republicans as matter in sight, whether it is to copy ed to no RED CROSS NOTES. '.he same time tho President's party alien enemies in councils of war, and rom a contemporary or criticise.when is conducting a vigorous propaganda is cdlling in Republican Congressmen occasion requires, its own party or When our soldier boys landed up- preparatory to the approaching con-- 1 for consultation. friends docs not deserve public re- on the const of Ireland, after th grewional olcctlons. spect. As long as wo direct the pol- Tuscan! was torpedoed and sit"1 As an illustration, from n high German cruelty may be on a larger icy of this paper no man or measure they were met and supplied witr-foosource of authority, of what Is going scale, but It Is no more damnable in shall bo immune .from just criticism and clothing by the Red Cro- - on at Washington, wo quote from character than the work of tho Ten- when the occasion demands. Wounds were being dressed wltr a letter received by a citizen or Hartnessee mob that burned a negro at ar dust In Rumania wuen the Amer- ford from a United States Senator tho stake Tuesday. Russia, tho great northern power ican Red Cross arrived with medonly a few days ago: "Never before that played such a conspicuous part bandages. to much partisan activity on tho part Whatever became of that fellow in the earlier part of the great world icines and Since the outbreak of the war the of the Democratic National Commit-te- . Marshal who was elected Vice Pres- war, has thrown up the sponge. WithMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. country will now procawd in the American Red Cross has sent fourwhich If alroady organized and Wo never see him mentionident? out having formally made a peare teen hospital units to France tnbllkhad way, sending out unlimited quantities of May ed In the war news dispatches. Ohio Circuit Court. treaty with the enemy she has orderMr. Guy Rnnney, of Simmon, ha .iterature; never beforo has thero City of Hartford, c, Plaintiffs. bo he is "some where" in France. ed hor soldiers to lay down their charge of the enrollment of Red A mob at Estill Springs, Tonn., been such a vast and systomntlzcd vs. Notice. arms and return to the pursuits of Cross members for that community. propaganda burned a negro at thu stake TuesJudge Bethrurum is holding a six for the purpose of aiding Jennio T. Moseloy, &c., Defendants. peace. Russia, that in 1915 hurled day night Tho nogro had klllud Mr. J. I. Hosic, of Rockport. has the Democratic cause; and weeks term of court at Somerset. all this Pursuant to a judgment nnd ordor two whlto men. back with the force of an avalanche charge of enrollment of members for is accompanied by ThOTo musf be a mighty lot of meanthe unreasonable of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court ness lu the homo town of Ed Morrow, tho Teutonic forces, now meekly sits that territory. and unpatriotic demand thnt Repub- rendored at its October torni, 1911, Over In Honderson county a white Join the Red Cross, and let our licans must He dormant In tho fuJudgo Tartar and Editor Bill School- down at the Kaiser's hearthstone, and in the above styled action, for the man, named McCormlck, Russia is strong soldier boys know that they still live ture, awaits his pleasure. called a er. wo must not begin parti purpose that of paying tho Judgment of colored man a negro, and both mou in wealth, in food, in men, but the In the hearts of the folks back home. san activity, and that wo must refrain tho plnintiff against tho defendant aro doad as a result of a pistol duel Ohio county Is limping in the rear from ail efforts to control Congross, Louis Landrum, editor of the Dan- spirit of her people is broken, and ville Messenger, is reported serious- sho lies helpless at the feet of her of most Kentucky counties in Red or else rost undor tho chargo of be- in tho sum of $C.7G, with Interest that followed botweun them. thereon ut the rato of C por cent per conqueror. It is the shame of na Cross membership. Come to the res- ing unpatriotic and opposed to ly til: If the prayers of the Kentho annum from tho 1st day of January, William H. Tuft de- tucky editors wore heard in Heaven, tions, and marks a step backward in cue. war. 1U0C, until paid, and tho costs of Rvered nn address to the soldiers at Louis .would live to pass the century tho world's Democracy. The trouble The organization of tho Junior q this action and tho cost of this salo. Camp Taylor Wednesday night. grew out of tho system of Russian Red Cross Is progressing nicely .and mark. EAST VIEW. I will offer for sale at public outcry govcrniuont. Class government in its It looks good to see the little folks Evolono, tho two years old daugh- to tho Highest and best bidder at ' ivaCo with Russia a national reputation wont form cursed tho nation. Liber- wearing the buttons. We haven't o will sot at ter of Mr. Murt Kirk, died Thursday court house door In Hartford. erty 1,500,000 Austrian aud Cermua as a partial admirer of Teddy, but if ty as known Jn tho western world his advico about preparedness had was unknown there. Tho war awoke FOLLOWS lll'SHAM) TO OR.WK. of pneumonia. Funeral , servlcos wero Kentucky, on Monday, March 4th, prisoners. conducted at Mt. Carnu-1- utter which 1'JIS, It being rogulur Circuit Court, been listened to in time the result the people to their power, but they of the war would not now bo so much lacked the training to profitably use-It- . Mrs. Sally A. Morton died tit hor the romalns wero laid to rost lu tho day, at about thu hour of ono o'clock While making pructico nights at p. m,, on a credit of six und twelve tho Memphis in doubt. That power indeed destroyed a homo near Fordsvlle, Thursday night Mt. Carmel cemetery. aviation Hold, TuesMr. Albert Stewart spent Thursmonths, tho following described prop- day, two machines came In despotism but It could not moderate of last week und was burled Sunday collisday and Friday in Owensboro. t: erty, Representative Klair, of Fayette, is tho rulos of liberty, and tho result In Fordsville cemotery. Sho was ion and both drivers wero klllud. Mr. Rudy Stewart has purchased advocating an early adjournment of Is chaos. Tho effect of Russia's acOno houso nnd lot situated In tho years old. Mr.s. Morton's tho 'Legislature, but It is reported tion on the fortunes of tho war is husband. Mr. J. I. Morton, preceded a farm of Mr. Ooldlo Stowart. Con- town of Ilurtford, Ohio county, KenAoriul mail service will be attucky, on Union street, and bounded tempted between Now that he: s making little headway In not easy of prediction. Not only does hor In death December IS, 1917. sideration ouo thousand dollars, York and Mr. and Mr.s. shaking tho colons loose from that It liberate a million and a half of Only grave services wero held over Claronco Bartlett on uio r.ast oy 101 oi u. u. ukoiib; Washington early lu the spring .... tlwi .juiiwi 1... 1T..I. U....M. spent Saturday In Hartford. ten dollars a day. u.i uiu Uillull nilUUl, UIl Teutonic soldiers that may now bo tho body of Mrs. Morton, which wero Mr. W. E. Hintim lost u very valua- tho Wost by Dr. J. S. Morton's lot; transferred to tho western front, but conducted by Rev. Brandenburg, pasTho Kentucky Legislature 'is so It opens up on tho North by A. T. Null's lot. unlimited supplies of tor of the Fordsville Baptist church ble mulo Thursday. dry that it is trying to class coca-col- a Our rural carrier on routo C, mudo Tho purchaser will bo required to A peculiar feature developed In wheat with which to feed tho starvas a wet goods. Beforo tho session ing millions In Germany and Aus- tho will of Mrs. Morton's husband af- his cntlro routo Friday for tho first exeeuto bond Immediately aftor sale closes It will probably pass a law prowith approved security and a lien tria. Franco is staggering under a ter his death. Tho will bequeathed tlmo in four weeks. hibiting tho drinking of buttermilk terrific strain, and will bo retained on said property as ' America can mako his property to his widow during hor stronger than eighty proof. ,A(JKD WOMAN DEAD. additional security. Privilege Is giv- - From Suffering by but slow progress in sending men and lifetime but stipulated that It should GetthlK on to purchasor to nay tho nurchasn munitions to tho front, and tho great not bo probated until tiftor hor death.. If It Is really truo that a number Her Lydia.E. Pinkham's Mrs. Mary E. Chapman, widow of price In cash without executing bond. Gorman drivo that will como on tho This featuro was evidently duo to of young men who tako thoir girls to Fronch (livou undor my hand this tho lath Vegetable Compound. front with tho opening of an oversight in drawing up tho in- W. B. Chapman, deceased, died at her the show got sonts next to the wall spring will bo perhaps homo near Simmons Tuesday, and day of February, 1018. soverest strument. Tho Mortons wore n the just to keep from buying tho said tost yet felt by OTTO C. MARTIN. Pittsburgh, Pn.- -" For many months tho Allies slnco the. and highly respected people was burled at tho Chapman burying girls pop corn it is troating both tho ground Wednesday. l was not able to do my work owing to Master Commissioner. Mrs. Chapman 33t3 war began. In their community. Kaiser and tho girls mighty bad. a wenKness wmch was 81 years old at tho tlmo of hor Ernest Woodward, Attorney. 1 caused back actio SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES. death, and had been u member of tho DROWNED WHILE FISIUNO. and headaches. A The air is just now full of pence Baptist church for 70 years. Sho frjend called my BOILED DOWN. rumors, but 110110 of thorn appear tanThero wore sorvlcos at all the Hart Jailer Tlchenor has a pond on his is uurvlved by ono sou and four attention to ono of gible enough to bnso n prediction on. ford churchos Sunday. Preaching by farm your newspaper that Is stocked with fish, and daughters. Sho was a twin slstor of It Is glvon out In high naval ciradvertisements nnd Austria is reported to be reluctant tha presiding older, Rushing, nt tho during the recont weather many of Mrs. Elizabeth Shults, who died re- cles thnt within a few mouths our immediately my to continue the conflict, and a gener- Muhodlat church, sormou by the pal- them died under tho Ice. Mr, Tlcli-on- cently at Narrows. husband bought soldiers will bo sent toEuropo in al war weariness Is roported In muit lor, Rev. Russell Walker, at the Bap-tthree bottles of had cut a hole in tho Ico whoro ships. The transports countries engaged In tho war. LydlaE. rinkbom's church and communion sorvlco his stock could drink, and a bunch PROP'. KIllTJrS BABV DIES. to bo equipped with d Vcgo table Coat tho Christian air-tigchurch. Sunday of fish loving shoats waited around colls that will mako them mpound for me. Tho Lonton season began Wedneschool sorvlcos in tho morning at each the hole to feast on tho dead fish. Stanley, tho tlirco yonrs old son of unslukablo. After taking two day, nnd will close .March 23. In tho of tho churchos. Sunday evening, Finally one greedy linttlna T fU nnn Prof, und Mrs. Ozuti Shulta, died of shoat nnd my troubles caused by that weakCatholic and Episcopalian churches, preaching by tho pastors at the Bap- too far, fell into the hole ventured pneumonia Friday night nnd was buraud was .,. Drilling was bturtod, on the farm ness are nthincrof thnnnst A... , 1 IW.ill.-l- l ., , it is a period of iibstlnenco and rf tist and Mothodlst churches and a drowned. led Sunday. Funeral sorvlcos wero of John Dunn, ueur Loitchllold, for wno suiler as l did should try Lydia E. kept in preparation of the mooting or tho Endeavor Society e conducted nt tho rosldonco by Rov.s. a now oil well at Compound."- -lust week. Opora- - ,'"kh?n! feast of tho roksu ruction on Euuter the' Christian church. BOYS BUT THRIFT STAMPS. O. M. Shults nnd R. 1). Bonuott, at tlons on tho Majors farm will start PP Sunday. During tho forty duys no S noon Sunday, and tho burial was In soon, j Women who suffer from any form of ulso. marriages aro colobratod, no social DIES OF Tl'lJKRCl'I.OSU. Haweevlllc, Ky., Feb, 11. Slnco Oakwood cemetery. This paper Joins wenkness, as indicated by displacements functions are riven and all elfort is tke Uiue at thrift stamps there has with thu community In sincere sym' nllammatlon, ulceration, irregularities directed toward a solemn recollection A sltorlff and two deputies wero backache, headaches, nervousness Frank Black, son of MIlUa niaek, bees a spirit of rivalry among tho pathy with tho boroaved parents and or of the forty days that tho Christ fast-e- d deceased, died at the home of his small beys here In the purchase of family in "tho accept Mrs. Itobr-their sorrowful nltllctlon in killed, in Arizona, while trying to ke,rK,'8. blues," should and givo suggestion in tho wilderness. Lydia E. arrost two brothers on a charge of stamps. The record Is now hold by tho loss of tho dear little boy. uncl.o Mr. Frank Black, Monday Con,Pound a thonrough'?rIalXeBetabl0 night and was burled Wednesday, at Lacer Baker, 10 years old, who la routing draft sorvlco. It looks u bit liko the Stanley ad tho Ilothol burying ground. For over forty years It has been The the proud owner of ten stamps. La. .Machine Wanted. ministration was using Ropre.ieiita. young man died of tuberculoid. Ills cer has earaed the money for his Fuel Commissioner Garfield, Mon- - correcting such ailments. If you have Another sowing machluo is want-o- d tlve Jack Oliver to pull tho Donjocrat- - i father, Mr. Milton Black, HU only stamps aad declares ho will have at Red Cross headquarters. Who .ay night, called off the heatleis Mon- - !?7,8Iu'riusT c,?raic,a.f,9n.8 wr,t 'or MedldM ' le treasury trouble chcutuuts out of a few months ago. days order, aud tho business of the twenty before nest year. will bo tho first to offer It. Lyn, The Hartford Republican sos-sio- w&WimteMMMfiMmMi $ jt Best Sale! All i Sec.-Tren- ox ia -- 11!1 i First quality Staple Merchandise, and an abundance of it, at REASONABLE PRICES ix-- 22-23- c; chns-tonct- h. WARM AND COMFORTABLE 23-27- c; 23-25- c: i lS-20- c. t 50-55- c. ' ' ?i2. ..? ILz! I MUNSINGWEAR cotton and j - u nderwear OUTING SHIRTS. UNION SUITS in 1 non-.uppo- rt Separate wool. garments in wool, cotton rib and fleece lined. FAULTLESS NIGHT FLANNEL FLANNEL SHIRTS in grey and blue. SWEATER COATS. "STRONGER THAN THE LAW" and and "OUR FAMILY" everyday i SHOES. Prices today are cheap, compared witH tHe Fall quotations ! irson & Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY imm&ww&mrNvmHwi -- llb-th- ' to-wl- 11 HUSBAND I SAVES WIFE well-know- I ( or lo lionoy-combe- ht self-deni- al - -- .to .&$ KKvvSl ct fis. Ai "! yflttCfAlGMr' b. WMMrtMtfMMMa will lako a courso In tho Stato mal. Nor- years Mr. Shrovo was about flfty-fiv- o old, and a woll known nnd much loved citizen. NEW 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. 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 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. raswKi;.yi;ragvraTOin: Mr. Marvin Black, nn employe of the internal revenuo service, at OwMr. Dave Tuttle, of Pattiesvllle, ensboro, camo up Tuesday to attend was among our culleri yesterday. the burial of his cousin, young Frank Black. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mines are the Bat Nail, tho Hartford Pressing parents of a girl, born Wednesday. Club man, who is a real urtlst lu Mr. John Allen, representing Bond pressing payment of those who owe Bros. Tie Company, was In town Wcd-- I him has been on the sick list for tho past week. ucsday. I DESIRE TO RENT somo good Mm. Andy Pockonpuugli died near Fordsvllle, last week, of a relapse of land, wish to grow tobacco, will pay cither cash or part of the crop as measles. rent, hnvo a good team. Address Mrs. Veola Brudfleld, of Dundee, CHAS. McCONNELL, McIIenry, Ky. wus tho guest of Mrs. R. R. Wedding Mrs. A. K. Anderson, stenographWednesday. er for Woodward & Kirk, went to Mr. E. P. LI lea, a popular teacher Louisville Wednesday to be present of the Renfrow country, was hero at the taking of some depositions by Wednesday. her employers. Mr. Hill Keens, of Trlsler, was In town yesterday. Help the Operators Serve You Better Mr. Dud MuIIett, of Narrows route 1, made a business trip to Central City yesterday. The county farm agent reports the wheat crop as coming out from under Its long coat of snow in and that present ap- of Tho Ohio County Medical Society pearances indicate a condition will meet at Beaver Dam this after- 90 per cent for Ohio county wheat. noon at 1 o'clock. Tho Madisonville Hustler reports Mr. John Moore, the restaurant a suddenly aroused Interest on the man at Fordsvllle, Is slowly recov- part of the tobacco buyers to cop ering from a severe spell of sick- the balance of the crop In sight, and ness. that as a result of it prices are dooming. Mr. Virgil Elgin has bought the Mrs. W. M. Gough, of Owensboro, Blllle Hardwlck property, and is having some alterations and repairs went to Bowling Green Tuesday to made before moving into it. take treatment against a possible development of rabies. Mrs. Gough Willie Maiden, of Sulphur Springs, was bitten by a rabid house dog last with his family left for Oklahoma, Friday. Tuesday, where they will make their Mr. William Renfrow, of Olaton future home. route 1, Is slowly recovering from an Banker Holbrook says tho farm- attack of pneumonia. Two members ers aro bringing in wagon loads of of Mr. Renfrow's family, Mr. J. O. tobacco and aro hauling away wagon Renfrow and Miss Esther, have died recently. loads of money. Telephone subscribers are urged to call by number and not by name. In a community of this size the operators cannot possibly remember the names of all subscribers; when you call by name you delay your service and hamper its efficiency. All telephones are known to the operators by numbers which are on the switchboard directly in front of them. The directory is your index to the switchboard and should be consulted before making a call. J Call by number and help the operator serve you better. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J. HUNTER MATTHEWS, MANAGER, HARTFORD, KY. some time ago, and has been waiting on the examination. He will return to Detroit soon. If you have found a stray spectacle case, please bring it to this otUee and re'eoive a reward of thanks. Rev. Wllbert Hall, of Fordsvllle, was here Wednesday before the exemption board for examination. Rev. Hall Is suffering with tuberculosis of the bone, and went from here to Louisville, where he will undergo NOTICE OP SALE. The Fiscal Court of Ohio county will on the 1st Monday in March, 1918, offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder about 100 acres, of the Almshouse farm, the part proposed to be sold being the east end of said farm, and containing about " 45 acres of woodland, and about 65 acres of cleared land. This Is very desirable tract of land, situated about 2 miles east of Hartford.and anyone desiring to purchaso a farm will do well to look this land over before buying. There Is a good vein of coal underlying this laid, and also somo good timber. Terms will be made known on day of sale. FISCAL COURT OF OHIO COUNTY. By C. E. SMITH, SAM L. STEVENS, W. C. BLANKBNSHIP, Committee. ) ! 2kiiiGb, mwmm The Hartford VltlilAY Bv, i m iiiiiiimm Republican FEBRUARY 15 II. A BT. L. R. It. TIMK TABLE. 3o. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. ni. Mo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 3:40 as. 111 Lv. Ellmltch 5:36 Ar. Irvlngton 6:B Lv. Irvlngton , Ar. Louisville .7:40 8:35 111 Lt. Loulsvlllo Ar. Irvlngton . 10:06 a. m 10:40 a. m Lv. Irvlngton Ar. Ellmltch -- . . 1:04 p. m, M., H. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. outh Dound, No. 115 ..9:05 a in. Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 ; a. Due at Hartford 6.45 p m. (Both "Mtxod" Trains.) I n 1 fKldUUdl M..,n lluWu UllonttJ -- onrl Cnninl aim ouuiai uuoiuo, o Circuit Court is lu session in Rev. H. W. Morton, of Oaks, was Hartford Tuesday. , im J. II. Smith has bought the Poto Smith farm, nor Taffy. Two of Mr. Roy Kown's children havo French measles. -- Mr. John Park, of Clear Run, has moved to Beavor Dam. Rev. O. M. Shults, of Auburn, was aero tho first of tho 'wook. Mr. Tlco Burns, tho tobacco mau, pent Sunday In Ownsboro. Mr. Otha Daniol, of Olaton route 1, was In to seo us Saturday. Mr. John C. Riley was In Owensboro from Saturday until Monday. shool at Shlnklo Chappol today. f Prof. W. It. Carson will closo his Wnllaco Brown shipped a car load hogs from Beaver Dam Saturday. Mr. T. P. Johnson, of Olaton routo 1, was among our cullers Tuebduy. Mrs. m Iem, urt Frlaay 'or Stone, Ky., to Williams, of Beaver All ladles Interested in Red Cross Olden Brooks, of the Barnetts Creek neighborhood, has moved to work are urged to be present at the headquarters this Cross J. H. Davis" farm at Taffy, where he Red will ralso a crop. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Subjects of vital Interest to tho work will be Miss Mary Foreman, of Narrows, discussed. is spending tho week In Owensboro, tho guest of tho family of her uncle, Wo have a large supply of Blounts Mr. Charlio Foreman. True Blue Plows and also the Oliver Chilled Plows, which aro the best, Messrs. M. L. Havrln, R. B. Mar- wo think, on the market. Prices aro tin, A. D. Kirk and S. O. Koown at- reasonably low. ACTON BROS. tended the Lincoln Banquet at Louis- 3St2 n ville Tuosday evening. But for the love and devotion of Esquires W. S. Dean, of Dundee, a singlo couple, Mr. Hubert String-fiel- d Join nor husband, who is omployed and Sam Stevens, of Beavr Dam, thore. and Miss Lora Roach, of the are in Newport attending the State Rosino country.the county court clerk would have been minus a marriage J 11. Smith has sold his grist mill Good Roads convention. license, fee this week. at Taffy to I'lus Taylor, of Bells DlUIs Schroader, a former Ohio Run. county boy, and at one time in busBlack and Birkhead wcro in InMiss Lorcna White, of Chatham, iness here, has been admitted to diana last week, and bought six farm 111., visitod relatives at Olaton last practico lay at the Louisville bar. horses, which they will sell to the week. farmers of Ohio county. They exNo negroes will bo sent out of the pected to buy a car load to bring here, but found It impossible to get Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baird, of Shin present examinations, to the canton klu Chappol, aro the pround parents. ments, only white soldiers being in- them. cluded In tho present order for men. of a baby girl. i You that aro In need of Wagon Wo havo a full lino of Davenettes Harness, Collars, Bridles, Lines, or Mrs. Mary Embry, of Cromwell, Is Suits, which makes any parts that Is required to harness vslltlng her brothur, Mr. R. B. Mar- and Thrce-Piec- o a handsome parlor suit for a small your horso for good working sertin, this week. amount of money. vice, wo want you to know that we ACTON BROS. Miss Jennio McDowell, of near 33t2 havo tho goods at lowest prices. town, has gouo to Central City to mi-tACTON BROS. 33t2 Rev. R. L. Brandenburg, pastor of school thuru. tho Fordsvlllo Baptist church, attendIt Is estimated that, by G o'clock Mr. J. E. Felix, of Olatoa, Is vis- ed tho meeting of tho Ohio County this evening tho local houses will iting his uncle, Mr. Charllu Felix, Baptist Mission Board horo Tues havo handled In excess of 520,000 day. pounds of tobacco since Monday at Wlnnflcld, La. morning. This is, in all probability, Mrs. J. I. Goodman, of Owensboro, tho record for delivery of tho weed Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, member of tho County Bourd of Health, was was up Sunday for a visit with her at this place. husband, who is foreman of tho In town Tuesday. mechanical force of tho Hartford Mr. Georgo Brown and wife of Sunnydale, woro in town Saturday. Mrs. Gilbort Taylor, of Detroit, Herald. Mich., Is spending a few days with Mr. Brown renewed Ills allegiance to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin havo The Republican while in town, and rolatives at Beavor Dam. received notlco of tho safe arrival advises us that ho has boon a conMr?. L. C. Loach, of Owensboro, is in Franco of thoir nephow, Marlon tinuous subscriber since the paper visiting hrr daughter, Mrs. E. T. Heavrin, son of Dr. C. M. Heavrin, of was first issued. Owensboro. Sandofur, near Beavor Dam. Tho county Farm Agents are In an- E. T. and E. E. Howard, broth- xual session in Loulsvlllo. Our Agent, aro useful for Old nowspapors many purposes about tho house. Buy ers of deputy circuit court clerk, Ad- Mr. W-Browder, is in attendance. I dison Howard, woro in town Wed- Mr. Browdor's sister, Mrs. C. W. them from The Republican ofllco. nesday for examination by tho ex- Roach, of Olmstcad, Is dangerously Ethel Gilliam, daughter of Mr. emption board. HI of pneumonia, and ho may be callLon Gilliam, of Sunnydnlo, Is ed to hor bedsldo boforo his return. 111 of moaslc3 and pneumouin. t, After nttonding tho Lincoln at Louisville Tuesday night, Mrs. R. R. Wedding has rccelvod Mr. Deo May, of Olaton, was In County Attorney A. D. Kirk went on a telegram from East St. Louis anLouisville last week, visiting his to Newport to attond the Stato Good nouncing tho birth, to Mrs. J. L. brother, who Is a soldlor at Camp Roads Convention. Salleo, of a girl. Mrs. Sallco was Taylor. formerly Miss Eleanor Petty, of Hartford, and was a daughter of Mrs. Mr. Charlio Johnson, of near Otis Kissinger and family have is critically ill of cancer of tho Wedding. gono to Kirk, In Brockonrld'go county, stomach. Mr. Johnson was a candl- where Mr. Kissinger will engage in date for tho Republican nomination Miss Bollo Borryman. formerly a funning. tor Jailor last year. well known teacher in the Ohio coun ty schools, but for tho past threo of Horso Miss Myrtle Lambort, Byron and Leonard Black, of Lou- yoars doing Salvation Army Work at Branch, visited hor sister, Mrs. W. lsvlllo, woro called homo to attond Middlesboro, will soon embark for P. Barnard, at Ceralvo, the first of tho bedsldo of thoir brother, Frank, Franco, to tako part in the great tho wook. who died at tho rosldonco of his Salvation Army work being pushed over there. undo, Frank Black, Monduy night. Mrs. Shelby Taylor returned to her homo at Baton Rougo, La., last wook, Percll Brown, son of Esquiro Quint Mr. James Shravo, of Pattiosrllle, aftor an oxtendod visit to relatives died Monday of kidney trouble, and Brown, of Simmons, was horo Wedin Ohio county. his remains wero buried Tuesday in nesday for examination by tho extho Pleasant Grovo burying ground. emption board. Ho failed to pass Young Mr. Roy 11. Foreman, of tho Punorul services will be hold at a the physical examination. Goshon neighborhood, will leave Sat- later data at Pleasant Grove Baptist Brown has been employed for some urday for Bowling tlreeu, where We church, of which he was a member. tlute at Detroit, Nlh.,aud came home treatment. Mr. Robert Castlen, tho efficient book keeper at the A. C. A. tobacco warehouse, is sure some patriot. He Is sitting up late of nights waiting for tho draft call, and incidentally taking knitting lessons under the tutorship of tho young ladies of tho Red Cross. Mr. James Lyons, who is at work for an oil company In Kansas, suffered the misfortune to havo one of his legs broken, near the ankle, by coming in contact with an engine, during tho latter part of January. Mr. Lyons is in a hospital In Wichita, and when heard from yesterday, was doing as well as could be expected. mil i in m NOTICE OP WITHDRAWAL. . W. sor-ious- ly Ban-quie- Ma-gn- u, so aro in a ket heavy and JOHN A. REITZ & SONS. 30t4 position to make you very low By Francis J. Reitz, Sole Owner. prices on anything In this line. ACTON BROS. 33t2 SEED CORN FOR SALE. My home grown, Boone County Parts, supplies and needles for all White sped corn is well matured, makes of sewing machines. Needles simply fine, quantity limited 30c per dozen, shuttles $1.00 each, dry and so order early, price 1 3 per bushel, cash with order. It possiblo send broken or worn parts when order- shelled or in ear, no charge for crate ing, also namo of machine Machinos or sack, order from this advertisesold on easy monthly or yearly pay- ment and it you are not thoroughly ments, old machinos taken In ex- pleased with the corn return it and I change. Write for cataloguo and will refund your money and fay terms. No obligation. Agonts want- transportation both ways. JOHN T. JACKSON, Rockport, Ky. ed. A. C. McKINSEV, 124 West 3rd St., Owensboro, Ky. 33t4 BROOD SOWS FOR SALE. The government says there Is a groat shortage of hogs. Having KVANREIilST COMING. three more brood sows than I require, Rev. S. J. Cannon, the widely will sell a Podland China, a Poland Jersey cross and a regknown Loulsvlllo evangelist will ar-rl- Chlna-Duro- c horo Sunday to open a sorios of istered big bone Blrkshlre, all prolimeetings at the Baptist church. fic breeders, will weigh 300 and up, Price 20c Rov. Cannon is not a sonsationaltst, first class in every respect. mt a mlnlstor of tho old school whose tho pound. JOHN T. JACKSON. appeal Is to tho reason und tho conRockport, Ky. science of tho people. Tho song ser- 29tt e vice will bo under tho leadership of NOTIOK. a member of tho staff of tho Southern After October 1, 1017, I will be la Baptist Theological Seminary of Loulsvlllo. Everybody Is cordially in- the office of Dr. A. B. Riley frost V.99 vited and earnestly urged to attond p. m. to 4:00 p. ., and la say oatec over Williams Drag Store from : those services. a. m., to 12:00 boob. DR. E. B. PKNDUROX. ' 14tt SUIT FOR ASSAULT. d, ' Mr. Francis J. Reitz, of Evansrllle, Vanderburg county, Indiana, heretofore trading and doing business In Kentucky in his own name and under the name of John A. Reitz A Sons, has ceased the transaction of business in Kentucky, beginning January 2nd, 1918, and no person is authorized, as agent or otherwise, to transact any business for or in the Tho stoel and Iron supply is be- name of the said Francis J. Kelts coming very short with our Iron Bed or under the name of the said John and Spring Factories, but there has A. Reitz & Sons, and all such authorbeen no time during our business ca- ity heretofore granted to or exerreer htat wo havo had such a bump- cised by ar.7 and all persons whater lino of Iron Beds, Steel Springs, ever is revoked and withdrawn. etc. Wo have plunged Into the marThis January 2nd, 1918. by doing Melvlna Wltham nnd hor husband, Henry Wltham, of Williams Minos, havo filed suit against James Shults, of tho same community, alleging, that Melvlnu tho said Shults detained .Vltham, against hor will nnd consent, with intention of assault, and that as a result of such attempted assault sho suffered great physical pain and mental anguish, and asks for damages In the sum of $1,000. Tho will cuter a denial to the cbargo. Straw Wanted. We want a number of tons of baled straw wheat, oat or rye. WUl pay market price. Am'b., American S. L. KINO, Mgr. e drunken man entered the telephone exchange at Campbellsvllle, Ky., Saturday night and flourished a pistol. The lady operator called her father to her rescue aad the two men shot each other to death. A f, - tMiMi - rni'in-iruf-- 't .MMUkMli ;. 14, .- - i PREFERS BEATS TO LIFE UNDER HUNS Woman Tells Thrilling Stovy of Escape From Invaded Towns. i ' the Oonnaii Hum in HrtiiiWt. Iuvaln and ijrtiKHO. including an oecape from nlmt while ?ruttd by in n aeroplane, waa brought back by tin daring MIw U. thmnctt Ilurlotjth,, a KnglUh newspaper womahwbo went over thero"' to ea thing aa tboy ' ., aro. want to die If we-- , had to "I'd Juat llvo in a world whero the Herman he aitW, her eyes was victorious." libmlug. "I've afcn them, and I how they treat the women who know come into their powor. Everything you road nboul atrocities Ib tnn and more than can oyer be told. And It'n Belgium today." going on llelglura Is being aystematirnlly by tho Qerpians, she declarFood is scarce and in Bruges ed. tlie Belgians hate .substituted ruts and mica aa their dally subsistence, alio said: "1 went everywhere on foot," Mian Burleigh: "that's why thoy didn't suspect me. Whenever I mot a Herman sentry I began picking (lowers and they took me for a natlvu. "Later in the season I skirted the noa coast, retreating from town to 1 town, as the Germans came in. bridge at Ostend and stood on the watched them march' In. Then I took friend of mine a nurse who was and an old man found' ns a sailboat by which we went by sea to Dunkirk. An aoroplnne swooped down on us. but fortunately the Urltish guns flro on it, so we were savif 1 ed. "There can be"no peace until the (Jurmutw are beaten. They must be imshod out of Belgium before we talk have to do It of iieaco, else all over aguln In fifteen years," she ' warned. -- J A Hint to- the AbmI. If people past sixty years of age could liu persuader! to go to bed as smon as they take cold and remain in bed for one or two days, they would recover much more quickly, especially If (hey tirite Chamberlain's Cough Ueniedy. There would also bo loss danger or the cold being fallowed by any of tho more serious Oe-to- nd op-onwe-sha" - New York, Feb. lala of ndrentOre within . A thrilling the succeeefal proeecwtlon of the war hut thooy ire not rendering the service of which they would bo capable If taken officially into the AdminisParty lines havo been tration. Hw.pt ludde in support of the war. When this waa done In the nations abroad the Governments constituted themselves of the best brains and experience to be had, regardless of Only In the past party divisions. United States Is preference given exclusively to those allied to the party Everywhere else their Is In- power. coalition of all parties In official reorganauthority. An ization at Washington, an n Cabinet, ia needed to maintain the enthusiasm and confidence of the country. The President will see this himself In course of time, but the time to act effectively Is now. New ItHffNTtVH OD AffTtMOSY the critdo oil. into increased uollne. Dr. U.u.ufte is Amcrlrftn Eleetro-Chomlcg. j quanli-- I lies of MagTOTOM00MWWMeW T ThonRlit ToHMe In Hnntbeft Com iy, Vermin. Antimony Is one of the tecessniv war mhiarals for which the iTnlti Htates oped. ,i al meml'or of tho Society. Vi ; and of which larger should be promptly dev. Accordingly, in view of i is dependent on foreign con domev.'-snppt'ie- s destvabllity of having information all possible domestic sources of ttniony, the Arabia mining dislr . In Humbolt County, Nev., has cently been examined by n goolur of the United Stat-- s Geological sn rey. Department of the Interior. This mining district, long ai Its first period of ncltlvity In the sixties, has become active again the stimulus of the presont l prices of lead, antimony, and sllvi York Telegraph. , The pioneer smelter in Nevada. Oreana, on the Central Pacific K $100 Reward, $100 of tills p.irr wilt be road, was built in 1S65 to rcd.u The raiders plcu.srd 10 that tlvrWis at least ore of the Montcntma mine, the p one drrnded rtlsiw that science hat oipal mine ill the Arabia di-- i to cure In nil Its tce and boon able flint 'aturrh. Catarrh bclrn: Krcatly The ores of tho dlstri'-- are no! condition!) Intlootii il liv ponstitutlfinMl In that they consist almost whn'i tr- - ..tintnf. Hall' require-- ' rntnlltutlnrml g takrn Irnoi-- i illy and bindheiiuite, the Catarrh Mcdklnn Put-f- i iu.t tl'rn the rUn'nI on tVailed hydrous anl.linoii.Uo of dtKtroyln (f ilt Kulnu ttio None of the ore bodies have tho fdi.n.i.itlnn f tin pmicnt :HiTii.th In- baili i.c up thr iii.l ivi s'l: T in" ir In Uolnp Its explored to n vertical depth gr fo much vml. In Tu pi .prkoiM hive of HntlV than 2t'0 feet, ami the zone of ir Min fiut, r 'vra (lfin iliit l'i. v offer One tend sulphides haa nowhere h Tr.i .i 'i ?li .inr aPO that It f.ills reached. The primary ores of Itimir i! Dullir'" for!i- -t Fond for "f testimonials. to CO., Toledo. .listrlct were formed Addr-o- s F. J. CHt'.N'lTr under i nni,Tglst, 1C M by nil Ohio. 1 I t ! ilver-brarlnMim-oilh-r'ili'-.i-. : .About f'onstlpnt'on. of diet tond to Cert tin n ll't o the bownls. The check iie-.most coum-.ii'of th, '(-- are eheeae.ten ni'l both ti l, i k. tin the otjier hand applet and ba- law fruits, nanus, ai.- i t:i,i ham bread o id hole wheat liiVvd proiiio'e a movement of Cio how !s. hen the bo'cls ere badly conAtliiated. however, tho sure way is to take one or two of Tablet.- Immediately after upp r. m -e i Ch.un-I-erlaln'a L3cdi Co&.t i,;oi.:ci' Ttv; r.oi Diitivitov We have r.i: i i:.ii's A...) .uci: i s . onsj ..-- bii:io,tj of of food wotth Kil'ioT "f do'.l.ir-tLei'. r:--V o need all tlic.j I'ilii r ii ; 1'ow lili and litem. Let-n iro to take l 11 of .nlllio- - Ji if, i.u ' .h"lr nr i il a of ilr a. app'.m. l e'liu ; and i tlldi.lK 'I. no- ., ..Hi I'olp redu.,- 11 . in od . . . r i ; I ; Suits LA- , Hub ClotfiiMg HARTFORD, KY. lo '. ii tii-.- i itivmlii i'i 1 1 '1 i,i Inn' h .. -- I I i o ...- i i.r.i c a lev; , Ohio 111', mii i , i ill - .. ' lit e r ,i ami a i!' ; . '( n" . FAMOl'S ItlSSIAX CLOCK HIOMFICANT OF THK HACK - m $& iliguimes. I" IflAOII KNOW OTHElt I1Y 8TKNT. Insects recognl.e each other by simill. Among the bees, each distinctive cias8 of workers the guard, tho fanner, the pollen carrier, tho waxmaker.the architect, etc. hus ltt own diatinetive odor. And besides this oaeh bee has lis own xopanue hive odor, which is Us jiusjgporl into its own purtjuular home. When You I!mii a Cold, i II is when you have a severe cold thnt,you appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy. .Mrs. Frank Crocker. I'anii, HI., Run Paul writes: "Our eaught u severe cold Uibt winter that o aoltlad on his lungs and be had spolln. coughing We wen1 greatly worried about him aa the medicine we gave him did not help A neighbor spoke li i tn in the least. po highly of Chamberlain's Cough itomudy that 1 got a bottle of it. The ttrst doso beiu'llitod him so much that 1 continued giviug it to him unm til lie was cured." tcr-rllil- , which has long been a proud possession of the chief city of that country. Just think of a collosal clock which presents nearly a hundred difThat is ferent faces to observers! what Petrograd has. Can you blame eather the inhabitants for their vane changeableness, or uncertainty as to whether or not tho "hour ha? struck" for true Hberty7 But apart from its psychological effect on the people, this wonderful Russian-clocIs worthy of attention. it really To be entirely accurate, "Hus dan," the works havinr been mudu in Switzerland. Illustra live of its magnitude, is the fact that two years were requlrod to put th' clock together after its mechanist) had been forwarded from Switzer land in d toched picccsl upon It i'tdietiles simultaneously faces, the time of day its ninety-fiv- e at thirty different spots upon the eartb'-- i .surface, besides tho movement of the earth around the sun, thi phases of the moon, the signs of tin zodiac, the puH!,n(,c over the meridian of more than lifty stars of the Northern Hemisphere, and tho date according to the Gregorian, Greek Mussulman and IK brew enleiidars. Speaking of clocks I wonder if i! U generally known that thty are the nvontion of a geaius who subsequently becuuuie one of the l'opos of Home As a recorder of time, the sun dim served its purpose for many centur los, but was available only when thi Students of t li 4un was shinliu;. moon and Ktars were able to tell witl 'onslderiible accuracy the time, but as with the Mtn dial, it was only wher 'he :). was cloudless that lileir nil k little singular, is it not? that apropos of the kaleidoscopic change that have been going on in Russia, no one. so far as I know, has called attention to the amazing timepiece A " temperatures by sra Illation, in vi. w of this or. some of the stronger veins may ry ore In depth. This possibility, aether with the chance that a zoa. , enriched silver sulphides suggests thrt tho district a Us deeper exploration than ha.i Ocen attempted. The principal of antimony in war is to harden "deep-seated'oxUt-depth- ',..IS i,,V. i'.i,. i'ii; si.'i- ' I i ). a ('. f i li. i' i than Qk ill ae lo, ic .in I fe A ' W jU j. Caj :lt:d 9QQ&SM&VmA$t&tXSSV Children Cry for F Catcher's T v . c . '1-- tr o! ::n, I! . i'i i iir it' this u t; .oris. in. iitdividii'i Ivl)-. ' ..);'-,1 t ". ;s:': : ! c . - lli.e ' - IS 1 v of l:. ,s'i i i., ! ef- - iMitin ' ' : tell.i .1 s rats ana ,r. ,t St itea Po;i r Mi,. Ih Cn.-- t of Arrieuliurt- V..V.T '"r'; 3 v " v' or It. . :ij lead in bullets. e SCALE OF PUOK1TS OS KI.OCH OITL1N. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A S T eO R i -A FOR sea!--profit- t'hnm'.i '.iln'j. T.iMets. Those Tahl. are intended cspe I.rily for ,!i,., tders of the to.usch r HTirl l,lU-.- l . If J m ... V.lll 'i.rt lli,ll -" ..,.'" (lieu wun neain.tirn, iimi;;e ion ot thuy will iio you n, good. . : , k xvv. n ra vv 4 - is r. f , y V. l , V JT"!! jJiiiV."Ibo A. wUZi txu-xi- .",V (. ' . in ills tor over over 30 yvars, h.ts borne the i! .w ELnd Vou Have .lways Bought, ar.d which h$ TT. i ..TcT 0- -1 of KMIIV !".-T.ir'ir.-ato! . , t).' T ,r .; . NO , T. ii. a Washington. Feb. 2 --for wholesale and retail i". rs in wheat flour was suggested .he food administration tonight cli. .he warning that any d in excest ot tboje piu.iosed w,.-iconsidered cau.io lor invoiit:; don. The scale fellows: Wholesalers Gross maximum ! it not to exceed from 50 to 75 e m.u-gins ill'.' -- ;os. : .in.i Ahe-i i o: it.h- l.l'.-- e ,i,-- . it u le .t i ' .; in., .ai. rtnrliii; id. lit. i :i .eiu.rmij'i'i l"r, tu.'.t hi r arrmt t'lr.'o t C,!llnl I'i 1.! to h.v l lieai ll4,l t'tea, thru a A i. 9 J n All and " rr ut E.tnc; lav.nts that iriUe with and endanger the hr.u i ft . ana ' Cnildrcn Experience against Experirr.c .:. Just-as-go- ? GCJ. ilnifnnnn,..,,,!,,.,',..,,,,, U.VVIII, Ci jntcrfcitj:, laitadong and hits been tuaJe und eonal suDervisiun sinre in li..? .' UU :.. ., lit 11 iltdii t l.nowth-i- - re. II. s . ,,;o,s u, v n Gross maximum irlglnal mill packages not t6 i ftu SO cents to $1.20 a barrel de: ..lis. t na--n the character of service on less than original lr.ili ,vck-ige- s not to exceed one cent a i :d. ' were Dealers cautioned also gainst charging more than var iirotits on wheat flour und : inst iar-il- n taking more than a reason:.!-- ' on wheat flour siili"titeir .. "Substitutes for wheat flou;," the anuon-rood administration ont ,urc mid. "should not be soKI . .han a reasonable advance o.v dull purchase price ot the p. . k irk-j- t sold, without regard or replacement aluo." d; i . i . ; i ula-lood- s t- barrel. Retailers CASTOR I A For I::fant- - nd Cal'idreo i is a hnrr,::psa aubstituta for Castor Oil, Pare r:c, and Soothi:n: Syrups. It Is pleasant It cent i.ns neater Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic 8ub8t...ice. Vj. n,re i,. I:s guarantee. For more than thirty : it :. .3 Ktn ia coisiaat use for the relief of Constipation, Flatule.: v, Viud Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverisunei mltheufiv.m, an-- by regulating the Stomach and Bowoh , ,. the as: iiu'iation of Food; giving healthy and aaturtl &L The CLiUirca's Paaacca The Mother's Friend. Carter Drctys IVhaf js CASTORIA t, J - j !n Use For Over 30 Years i the SiUiii.tore of O V, V'W- - U ENUIK2 t'tfv CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS V vt 'i fW y 2 .' .v c. -- (&3jy&2&&&u littl0 i la fee twJ t; j Is. Cl 4 i The HJnd You Have Always Boucht TH ri'3f For Over 30 Yeai& CC. CfNtAtlH V Jr wie wo i' . . 1IHK14S A IH'MTMCHM MOP TDK I'OUKHKI) FUXHM r.i Make It yourself. Mart with an old broom. Cut the Hiruw. tiff Just below the wires which luiM It to the liuudlo. Cover this with uu old stocking and sew on ttKLhia cover- iK the legs of other old storking out about twelve inehu long und h strips up to two slit lute inches of oue end. Sew theae around tho surface In rows about one Inch nitart until the mop Is of the deslr-(H- i thickness. Then dip tho mop in- ' to a aolHtlou of ouo-hal- i' iii of ! pavulin and one cup of ki aHd allow the liquid to dry on tli atrip. The mop may be kept inoUi by roiling It tightly when not In nuts ' nad eaverlag It with a paper bug. one-incro.-ou- n variou forms, but were unreliable for more than brief periods. Like many important Inventions, It was reserved for the studious scholar In one of the religious confraternities In u monastery near Geneva (o giv to the world a mechanlsri neiolng only lo be wound up fropi day to day to tell tlie time, independent of sun hiue or starlight, uud unerring In In accuracy! The Invention of tho clock datet hack to the clone of the tenth century, wheu the learned monk, napi-e- d Gerbert, of the Order of the Bene-di- d lues, perfected the first clock, to work by a grduatod mechanism. Gerbert was a native of Auwrgne in France, und came of bumble family, lie became famous afterwards for hi;. learning in a Spanish inouastery, aud was intrusted by the Kmperor Othnl I, with the I'dut-atloof his son and uu lessor. On the death of Pope Orogiiry V, in the year , ho wun elected to succeed him as the one hundred and forty-thir- d successor of M. Peter. utilized in , fi CASTOR Cliildxen Or J FLETCHER'S FOR .A . . e V I. '".', I.v.J-or. Tvi d I We Knock the Spots Out of Thing i ' i:.fe, ret--t. d C.i. .i .i lil.ilil.". GASOLI.NK VlIILI) TlCIi': ; J. t ).-ri V.ui.v ri'C I r :. u u cr.-- Detroit, Fob. i. Tho yield from crude oil has tii; i by i method Just perfected by nr. A. H. Itamage. -- kea The, inventlou Imposiilble any gasoline short , no mutter how great the demand r the war may be. In tho Itumuge process tl oil Is . changed as it pa thru stIIU uud uppaiatus, wliUh i n.vert 4 f 1 Ladies' and Men' 'TOLLS V-VER-iAX Garments French Dry Cleaned and Proceed ia Superior Manser. Bend e. yen. i"lxiva m t.w! It Kvr Wrftle MiVt S3 vi For Lazy Liver and Hie Troubles oi Consiipation. Fiael richt all tho time. Hon't lav oft fnun work fortlaya by taking cahxn' Liv- - Vcr-La- x keojia m". when on your feet, while roliovingyour trui le. Stifor too, nnd oany to tako. Jim. tako anythinif clso. You can't aftr. it. Eiiminatca poiaona. clfanaea a teni ami reliovwi constijuition. A nut uriil remedy, natural in itsketionH, aum iii ita oircct ami certain in results. 1 your Oannenta Vheai MK tut ,t ) ., 1 j.nw J a" & S. Ejj..riM!iu,r'"Y, iw"' 4nt-j- k. J :; I . CLEANED CLHA IS Paekageo called for and ueUverec , , ., file' flTi! PRESSING CLIli 4. Wa Nail. rVuv. HARTFOKO, KMlfFVatLt. Jtutrjsf rafyrft-.- . m Sr $9 dbtt m (XA Kentaclt;- - wmm was m iikr.2l!fr& ' .' t.-- M ynr liy, Wso Te?k How She Was Relieved Eltcl-DL- L After Fc. Dwe of ( F.K.-- ism, r.T ai lu ncivovn ') J v.bn evcrythli ekr i Mi. and itniu-xuy aie the . ir 'a ILI rrfii'i re iR, ! . iiiaplaoo cnluinel m ev r;, lioine. ClilMren can tako it freely an with porfoet aafoty. l!vcry botilo kii."-in bottles. Nm . HnttHil.O BUe ami gt'tuiliiu without tho liketieaa and ait;na turu of L. li, Urlgauy. lor aalo by mmi.mamr. lUrtioM if-comploU-l- won't bo loiur, before LiO'Vv-La- x wil DR. !, J. H. THORPE K RAH, THROAT, NOSE And hHltint) ol'C,lannn OWIiNSHURO. KY. Afi vo I ILL at tU- NO TOBACCO ON MONDAY. AIWIHHX c.uu.i:r. . ti t On account or an order Issued ' by All around the country th f ' U growing that the rreidint it to his Adm!nltratitu. and to nniluH's poaltlua in the great war, in tail into intimate counsel mu of aa. imrty or of all parties wi.o cm give i. liim strength and the . .: r- Cuiicd fta'e4 Ku.l Commissioner, Gaitiehi, riuv.'ii; nn oftuse and Vual- u. ie ' "at u Mo'n' for thi uest e v. v.. v. ii revive no tohae- w ri i.u- the period men- '" . OtH doeee or 8oven(y yean of euccecsful use hu UiCglabothaa. of this town, h5 "4U nude TUedtord'a a nr an, vhleh m 65, the llv r doea etaudard, Iteuaehold rfavdy. Dvery a well m when youir.' v fiev aot laetabrr. of cresy fr.''iy, nt tu.es, rem ago. my itov.u-- w a '1 t of ri"ii !'. I ' '; ' t r. fix. 1 waa eenatluated, vo- - Unitwtmm. Ky.-- Mra. Black-Draug- rORKlUN -- irtjda have teailiod. euprcim-r:mcujr- , Tit! VST! AND nHHaauii ounitr. : Mnxnnlo TeinplM Black-Draug- at t over - r 1nu jaw BHiikn, "'-'..- fldal set Mr digestion wa.3 1 .u-- , t, A ik . .i. MtMlM- -. I r i H look ee Uttle to upset me. petite waa gone. 1 waa ver" w f decided I would ;! 1 .' av It... ' f.'nu-T- i, v,- .1 liver, untcis your i: ..y firm i fKvery Vuau Wuufsi wJtW4?av xWi -ii- YOU TAKE OUR Truheni WEAK JLj?? GERMINAL REMEDY A re.-im?M- liver ' - 1 e ilea of grout ability and large perleaee, such as Theodore Hooar-vet- t. William H. Taft. Charles E. en, llvigkee and KUhn Root and there fore aru many others are dolnx their utmost to uphold the .11 P Cuu-ruax-m-l- i ,.. . V ; a tboroofh tr.! it highly receuoit ndml for tU , ieoeas-b- . !..!, 1 .trouble. 1 begaa t.K eg it. fait cntly . provbettor after a few dooaa. My sch beimproved and 1 became stroue .. if You vill feel u . bowels acted naturally tnl i .' L ST. CLAIR. a .st TT jv Auu)iuUtrati.r (rouble wsj soob righted wlti, a few All Un.L. U. in;'-- i . )ih .".. 'n y iJ -i- ifcfeTirtiii. .ih utfc, ' ...5.'-.i:- .' v r. . i . .. . . i . jainst wa Do1m Un 4. i C'i I' It yo pelvic Kahon Piakh-r- a. -. om tonight jttaprow I'riee Cwitt lrc,ii, y, i1ii!f.1n'lvuu)11 irttdt-- ... lW.41 cijic avr' llVl'Ikh iii i tr Wit foowsw ft s .'-i . .!-. mMsrvk &s iinir O" . (Of I IIMCC nr t( d,.ua.v by . 1 ., IHa?AWWKtM A iinlik . II. I . CONSUMPTION lux A heatiai '" Mr '. Co. lor il ijer tr uat .,.!, n . 1 iji.t a . a Tati, J. I. nl. 7'" f j, j' In il.i.l. ulgli iiiiik.. t k.im., vt. ,ik l.uiui in .....uiurlUm. mil klp yui l .! titwi it.lliiii,!. FOR ONbmIE MONTH Uuwn i Hi ...!. r UU , J. Wl (OHIO MEDICAL CO, CUCUMUU3 O. -. iis.