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Subscription $ I parYiar No. 34 46 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918, It appears tho eldor Hicks spent much of his time with and his money on the pretty widow. The boy seems to huvo bcon very much at tho widow's home too, but it is not stated whether bis relations with her was of a guilty character. Hero tho stor ies of young liicks uml the widow's relatives begin disagreement. Hicks alluges that ho discovered his father had given the widow checks for considerable amounts, and the other people say Hicks had forged his father's uume to tho checks and was using the widow to gut them cashed. Young Hicks has made a cenfesstou to hiring u negro to kj 11 the womun, alleging ho did so out of consideration for his mother who was heartbroken over tho affair, details of which hud come to her, and because tho woman was wasting his father's monoy. Tho theory of the common wealth will bo that young Hicks com mitted the crlnio with his own hand. It appears from all tho facts reported thut all of tho purtles belonged to that free and easy element that too often breed tragedies. The elder Hicks accompanied by the Sparks woman spent some time In Ohio county Fast fall, and nro well known by uinny Hartford citizens. tho law, and for onco cschowed partisan udvantngo, and seated one ReBOYS GO TO publican and ono Democrat, neither of whom had received a majority Print paper, like many another commodity of public necessity, Is TO to procure for love or money. We announced last week that wo had over his disqualified opponent. M. CAMP TAYLOR bought a supply of paper, and would be able to come out with our usual L. Heavrin was attorney for Dr. eight page paper this week, but with tho shipment wo had notlco from the Iioubo that it was shipping usjthe last ream of papor in stock, and thnt It Kaiser's Demands For Inwas uncertain when it would be able to secure an additional supply. Under NO FLOUR O.V SALE Ohio County's Last Incredemnity And Lands this condition wo boo nothing elso to do but continue for the present to ment of National Army Ifasuc a four page paper. Wo aro advised that a number of We take it that our patrons would profcr a four Acceded To. page paper to no paper at all. Just as soon as tho paper supply will Justi- country stores have no flour on sale. Called. j fy doing so we will resume the publication of our usual eight page size. Tho groceryman must buy from tbo With the four pages wo carry all the home news thnt we could havo with mills other breadstuffs firty-flft- y MARCHING ON SLAVS tho eight page, and local news is the chief feature of a local papor. Wo with flour, and In tho farming com- TO ENTRAIN TUESDAY hope our patrons will approciato the unavoidable condition that forces us munities where the people havo ther to this action, nnd wo promise them we will remedy tho situation at the own meal ground tho grocers can not find salo for tho meal, and are una earliest possible moment. Teuton Soldiers Over Runble to buy flour for this roason. Tho Will Go via Owensboro Over ning Russia on Wide authortles havo worked out a plan L. & N. And L. H. & WITH THE RED CROSS. Front. by which tho grocer can file with the CLOVERPORT HAS St. L. Ry. , mills certificates from the farmers as The Red Cross movement in Hart- to their meal supplies, and In that SPECTACULAR FIRE ford is being pushed with energy and way correct the difficulty. The Russian BoUbevik Uovarnmant Tuesday morning forty-si- x enthusiasm, and much useful, work bae capitulated and announced " 81 Ohio lu Is being done. county boys will leave Hartford for readlnass, although protustlngly, to ROILED DOWN. Camp Taylor, for a period of train Tho slgu a ptace compact uuilur this bard volCross Standard Oil Co. Loses unteer American Redtwenty-tw- o is a milarmy, with terms Imposed by Germany. The President of Cornell Univer- ing before being sent to the battle Plant With 17,000 Gallion members banded together for sity issues a warning that the Amer- front In Franca. This will be the Notwithstanding tills fact, Teutonunselfish service to the American sol- ican people will be In grave danger last detachment required to complete o ic troops uro advancing eastward lons of Oil. diers in the camps and trenches. Russia oyer a front of 400 miles, of starvation within another year, the county's quota for the first draft. No Red Cross supplies nro sold and warns the farmers to speed up All the men will be white, as tha from Riga In the north, to LutHk, u Cloverport, Ky., Feb. 18. Fire to soldiers. They are donated as a production. order is to send only white soldiers cant fifty miles from tho East Uali-cla- n now. The boys will gather in here of unkuown origin, which started at gift of love and duty. border on tbu south. Apparunt-l- y, Monday afternoon; homes tor tha The overhead expenses of tho Red this morning entirely destroyed FROM Till: ROLLER MONTHY. thu fur tho operation has met It is admitted now that tho the plant of the Standard Oil compa Cross is a mere trifle, and nobody are destroying ships nearly three night will be provided for them by with un opposition. Thu north Funny, how a woman will go right ny of Kentucky at this place. The but tho soldiers profit by its work. ruacbeii of tho Dvlna Illver has boon times as fast as they are being built, the citizens of the town, and Tuesday Three million surgical dressings but hope is expressed that more ef- morning they will leave for Camp crossed by tho unomy; thu Impor on gambling for love when she knows fire was rather spectacular in character, as 17,000 gallons of oil and gas- are now being supplied to tho army fective means will be found to check Taylor over the M. H. & E. yla Owtant railroad town of Drlnsk, from tha cards are stacked against her. ensboro. oline burning made a brilliant and hospitals. Five million aro needed. their ravages. whonce tba roud runs north-oas- tOnly forty-si- x A grouchy man may not succeed fierce blozo. The head of the gas- Get in line, and help. men are required, Petrogrud ward to and eastLocal Chapter will keep headquarhaw ward to Smolensk, been In killing n woman's love, but he oline tank blew out and the flames exWill II. Hays, of Indianapolis, was but to provide against a possibility captured, and Lutsk, ono of the can brow beat it Into a comatose tended fully 250 feet in the air. In ters open Tuesdays, Thursdays and elected chairman of tho Republican of sickness, or other unavoidable acaddition to tho two largo tanks, sev-cr- a Fridays. famous fortrcssos of the Volliynlan stato. National Committee last week. Mr. cident preventing some of the men The Red Cross ladies will givo a Hays is a young man, and was chair called being present, fifty-fosmaller ones were destroyed, and triangle and forming tho gatoway men It was Josh Dilllngs who said, tho office, books and small build- benefit dinner in the basement of man of tho Indiana State Republican havo been ordored to report here leading eastward to Klor, has boon Monday afternoon. This dotacuuent tho Methodist church Circuit Court committee. entered without thu Russians at- "I'm opposed to fighting; but when ings. I git inter"-- , will make up the full draft number W. H. Kerr, the superintendent, day, March 4. tempting- to stay tbo foe. asflto,'Tm opposed to Twenty-nin- e formorly of Leltchflold, who took bed shirts completed, glttln' licked."' Protcata Against AtUcki. 'ilio joint probo commltteo of tho for tho county, of 157 men. The men charge February 1, discovered the and sewing progressing nicely, but Kentucky Legislature recommends called with thoir. order of liability The official announcement of the t Man is the thing woman marries firo and fought it with nn oxtinguish- - additional help will be gratefully ap- that thirteen State offices bo abol- of service follows: eepltulatlon was signed by Nikolai Loyd Cavender, Herbert E. Wright. or with no effect. Tho L. H. and St. preciated. Lenlno and Luou Trotzky on behalf after sho fulls at overy thing else. ished, and their duties combined with Tho following ladies desorvo hon- other offices. It is claimed that this Claudlo Daugherty, Nathaniel HudL. forco from tho shops did splendid of the pooplus commissaries of RusMan blazes the pathways of the service and prevented tho spread or mention for work done at Red action would save the State $100,000 son, Henry Chambers, Shelby A. sia: R protosts against Qormany atJackson, Goorge Williams, tacking ft country which has declarod world than woman organ! '.os a vif-fra- of tho flro, which besides tho Stand- Cross headquarters: ' Mesdames. annually. Cecil Rhoads, Russell Jones, Claude Shults, movement and extinguishes tho ard Oil company's property only Rowan Holbiook, C. E. Smith, Will ' the war at an end nnd which is burned some fencing, telegraph Bean, T. L. Griffin, Sam Darnett, J. its nrmios on all fronts, light. Tho railroad managers, now that Drover M. Brown, Leonard B. Bish B. Wilson, J. R. Pirtlo, Marvin Bean, tho government has guaranteed tho op, Nelson Blanchard. Leslie G. poles and cross tlos. but under tho circumstances, it says, Tbo man who tolls you how to Tho flro started in tho waeon Henry Carson, John Duko, U. S. Car- - interest on their investment, are In Shults, Kirby Park, Bertie Ford, Al-tthe Government regards itsolf as Ralph, Barnlo Baugh, Carlisle forced formally to doclaru its willing- - run your business seldom offers to shed, and us Mr. Kerr docs not sou, A. W. Logan, Owen Hunter, C. sisting that railroad employes should Williams, Robert E. Chlnn, Arthur neas 'to sign a poace uion tha condi- finance your shop. smoke. Its origin is a mystory. The M. Barnett, and Misses Letty Marks, havo a raise in wages. Rhoads, Clyde W. Hawkins, Everett only property of tho Standard Oil Ruth Riley, Florence Logan. tions which had been dlctutod by the e delegates of tho Quadruple AUIanco Husband's motto: If at first aba company saved was the horses and A bill has been passed by the Stato C. Loach, Noah Ward, Ruey P. TayTHE COUNTY DEBT. ." won't believe, lio, lio again. harnoss. The loss is estimated to at Senate redisricting tho Senatorial lor, Jesse H. Bishop, John Walrlp, 11 bo about $5,000. Tho only indication that the cnomy districts, and it is expected to pass Rosel C. Park, Seth King Rliey. J. According to tho treasurer's report the House. A bill has been introduc- D. Ford, Clifford R. Maddox, Seth Tho man with a elenr conscionce will moot with hindrance comes In nn THE ASSESSMENT TANGLE. tho indebtedness of tho county is ed in tho lower Houso to redistrict Rhoads, Hardin Riley, Otis Sanders, announcement by Ensign Krylonko, can sleep bettor in u church than In about soyonty thousand dollars. tho legislative districts, and it looks Remus Barnett, Archie E. Maxle, a burlesquo show. Dolshevik coiamandar-ln-chiu- f. tha Never before In tho county's his- Whllo these figures look large, they now like, after thirty years of the Bertie C. Bratchor, Andrew J. Bat&s. In bis ordor ho instructs them to reWhen tho stock market goes down tory has such a tangle in the assess- aro not necessarily alarming. Eighty worst possible gerrymander of dis- Owen Bolton, Robert E. Howell, CUr-onGerfrain from hostilities. "If tho ment of property for taxation oc- per cent of the world's business, pub- tricts under which any Stato was ever E. Ward, Enis Dennis, Hubert mans rofuso," ho adds, "thou you it leuves many men stranded. curred. With the close of tho year, lic, corporate and prlvato Is done on divided, a reasonably fair distribu- Whitler, Bonnie Walker, Ernoat must offer them every possible reYoung, George Cloxton, Nurse II. Indebtedness is tion of tho State would be made. Never worry about your husband's tho proper time for the completion borrowed capital. sistance." Ferguson, Matthews H. Benton, Qto. stenographer. Tho kind of a man of tho work, very llttlo had beon not necessarily an evidence of bad Aid For Ukrainian. done, and the county court, by tho business. It is to bo Judged solely A Columbus, O., man, killed his W. Rhoads, Otis Bullock, Hiram A. As yet Micro is no lndicutlon from who would illrt with his stenograph In the case of wlfo, daughter, sister-in-lato advlco of tho Stato Tax Commission by tho Investment. concerning full in- er would find another woman Gorman sources and Carter, Ethel T. Howard, Guy S. er, took over tho supervision of tho tho county's presont Indebtedness, It mothor-iu-lawith a hatchet, and Hefiin, Stlllie G. Mason. tentions of the invaders, but it has illrt with anyway. work, but allowed Assessor Hincs las beon Invested largoly iu turnpikes then committed suicldo with a pistol. been assumed thut lu thu north the of it. whclh will be a county asset for many Ho left written directions for his funBEDS FOR THE BOYS. A man will spond a whole evening to assist in tho completion capture of the provinces of Livonia eral, even selecting his pall bearers. and Esthonla is contemplated and rooting for tho Allies at the club and Matters moved smoothly until In tho years to come. Monday night about fifty of the 4a tthat in tho south, In Little Russia, then come homo and act Just like a last wook whon tho County Judge callod upon Mr. Hlnos to turn in tho THE BOLSHEVIKI WAY. Tho Legislature is considering a drafted boys will be In Hartford aid is to bo lent tho Ukrainians In Prussian around the house. remainder of tho work in his hands, bill to prohibit the shipment of li- roady to answor the call to Camp tommlng the tldo of the RolHhovlki Tho Bolshevik! Position is "some- quor into dry torrltory, but provid- Taylor Tuesday morning. Spoaklug of tho socallod weaker which ho refused to do. Then tho The,, citimovement against thorn. Apparently, all is still chaos in sox, it Is notlconblo that tho wlfo Judgo called tho Stato Tax Com- thing new under tho sun" in national ing for personally carrying It into zens of the town will undertake to Russln, with civil war in progress at whoso word 1b law nover has to call missioner who sont Hlnos a telegram llfo. Wo will not sign a treaty with dry torrltory when it is intended for provldo homes for tho boys for- - their ordering him to turn in tho remain you and wo won't fight you" Is their pdrsonal uso. last night in tho old home town. "various points and tho food situa- lu thu police. ing schodules, which ho finally did. declaration to Germany. Tho Bol- Mrs. S. O. Keown is chairman of the sor-iotion dally growing worse So entertainment commltteo, and asks Many a woman can bo won by a Now tho county court clork will find shovlkl, which Is now directing, whnt- ROUTE NO. 1 DISCONTINUED. has bocoma tho lattor fuator that thoso who can take care of some of Trotzky has boon appointed food con- little brass who can't be bought with it difficult to got the recapitulation ovor directing is being given to tho shoot roady for tho mooting of tho Russian government, is nn organizaIt looks llko somebody had camou- tho boys to givo hor advice notice and given unlimited powers. gold. troller board of supervisors which meets tion of workingmon, and it rolles for flaged tho patrons of rural routo No. of how many they can care for. This Already ho has ordered the urrCst the second Monday in March. After socurity for tho position taken upon 4, from tho Hartford postofflco. It is tho last little personal service you speculators in foodstuffs. of ENTIRE FAMILY IN ALMSHOUSE. tho recapitulation shoot is complet- tho fact assumed that tho working appears that somebody moro Inter- can do for those boys before they ed it must go to for ap- classes in Germany will not allow ested In having a rural routo start loavo for tho bloody field of a forPIKE ROAD COSTS. Justus Matthows, his wife and four proval before boingFrankfort to submitted tho their government to ovorturn tho from Mcllenry than In the personal eign war to fight for the freedom children, ranging In ago from government of fellow working men convenience) of tho patrons of routo of our homos. Let us make their Thecost of motal roads built, or to thirteen yonrs, wero committedfour board of supervisors. to 5. ma in Russia. It will bo interesting to 4, from Hartford, carried a petition last night a pleasant one, and let started building last year, was tho Almshouse a fow days ago. Thoy A RKSlARKARLK LAWSUIT. them carry it away as a last happy Of this amount tho Stato see if this high notion of fellow-Intereto thq patrons of tho routo, and county paid come from tho Roslno country. Matwill bo justified byovonts. paid $17,383,10 and tho them they would got better memory of the folks back home. thows has always bcon a sort of Porhaps the greatest number of . ma $26,735.85. Throe and a halt miles service by having tho Hartford routo ll sort of character, but peoplo that over Joined In a lawsuit SENATORIAL DECENCY. SURRENDERS TO COU11T on the Hartof pike was constructed discontinued and getting thoir mail recently ho has bocomo almost toford and Contortown road at a cost tally blind, and having no moans of in tho Ohio Circuit Court are parties from a routo out of Mcllenry. Upon to a suit for division and sale of the Tho seating of Frank Rives, Demo this information, it is alleged, pracEmits Farmer, who has beea a a half of $21,814.86, and four and support, thore was nothing ulso to miles graded, und noarly two miles do but go to tho poor houso. Mat- roal estate of Aloe Davis, deceased. crat from tho Hopkins district, and tically all of the patrons of tho routo fugitive from justice, under a forplaintiffs to the Dr. J. L. Early, Republican, of the signed tho petition, and tho change feited bond, for several months, came There are forty-tw- o piked, on tho Boaver Dam and Crom- thows has a brotbor, who has boon suit, and flfty-flv- o dofondants, with Daviess-McLca- n district, by the State in and well road at a cost of $22,304.09. noarly blind from Infancy, in tho the further mention of tho holrs of Sennto Tuesday was about the most was niade.offoctlvo last Friday. Now court. surrendered himself to the Farmer was arrested about It develops that their daily and counAlmshouso. Tho children will prob Sarah Raloy, tho names and ad decent action a Kentucky LegislaTHE CLAY MURDER CASE. ty papers will all bo a day later in a year ago on a chargo of hog stealing ably bo sont to tho stato chlldrons' dresses of whom woro unknown. Tho ture has dono in recent years when delivery, and the same condition will and executed a bond for his appearTha murder of the widow, Joy homo, whoro thoy cnu bo cared for land involved is about 125 acres of a question of politics was involved. apply to much of their lettor mall. ance in court. Later ho decided to not especially valuablo real estato Tho two contests wore based upon This Incident should bo an nddod avoid trial by flight, and his recent Sparks, at Clay.Ky., mentioned In this and educated. lying out in tho Adahurg country. papor last week, is attracting countho sumo point of law. Hamby's warning to peoplo not to sign peti- whereabouts have beon unknown to It sceniB that ono Aloe Davis died majority ovor Rives at the November tions unlobB thoy aro fully aware FARM LANDS. wide attontion. Tho story runs: try of his bondsmen as well as to the court. without leaving direct decendants, election was IOC votes, but Hornby Just what tho petition means. ulneteon It appears that Farmer's mother had Jacob Hicks and hlB Ohio county farm lands are soiling and the collateral branch of the fam- was at tho tiino holding tho ofllco of mortgaged hor farm to secure her years old son, Hober Hicks, of ttynthlana, who were handling farm mora freely than ovor before in tho ily are making an effort to distribute magistrate, und under tho laws of son's bondsmeon, and when the ONLY SIX .MORE DAYS. Ac- tho State ifut entitled to bo legally machinery, with ncctylono lights as county.s history. Lltttlo farms and tho estate among themsolves. bondsmon wero about to get an orOur clubblnc off or with LnulHvllln der of salo for it, the young man side line, came to Clay, lu Wobster big farms alike aro selling ovory day. cording to the petition filed some of voted for for another ofllco. McFar- Interest, land received a majority of 925 votes I Daily Herald, both papers ono year camo in and surrendered to the court. county, sometime last fall. Tho older Tho renter of last year is tho land- tho holrs claim only a Hicks, who was still uudor fifty, be- owner of this. Tho recont establish- and many other claims aro for scarce- ovor Dr. Early, but ho was at thoLfor $3.25, expires February 28. Only Ho will probably remain In Jail until came, enamorod of tho widow Sparks. ment of a system of turnpikes and ly larger amounts. Estimating tho time holding tho office of Superln more days now in which you can tho March term of circuit court. The seems to have taken his ton into tho high prico of farm products are value of the land at $20 an acre the tendent of Schools, and was likewise take advantage of this unusual low offense with which Farmer Is charg 3a the mutter, and responsible tor this unusual activity smallest interest would be oulv worth disqualified to be voted for for an rate (or u years roauing. senu us ed was committed, It Is alleged, la ill eonflaeuce iu younger I $2.70. brother. In laud sales. tor a other office. The followed ygur order at once. the Adaburg community. yaitaa ala NEWS PRINT PAPER FAMINE. HUN'S TERMS In-t- 5 G.-2- ur '- ge ha Drest-Lltovsk- ce w w us ... $44,-118.9- st nd-vis- no'er-do-wo- sssjTir Iff FI I The Hartford jUHTFOKD Republican n..i.ii.i.vi tCMk!r by I'RINXINQ COMPAN Incorporated W.S.TINSLEY, . SMITHS jl President Sec.-Trea- s. I c. sv. MKN HKNRV THOMAS. Editor f, f. TlNSIiEY, Associate and Business Manager. . . .. .Editor Harttord.K,.. ' tlM, Address .. u.ll ...... . i..w'ot tb I'ortofflrf matter o. the cond ft all communications Hartford Republican. TO SUBSCRIBERS to NOTICE wnt to a ne Sabicrlber. de.lrli.g the ,ddr. mn.t gUe the old nddww In muklng thr .lr "ButlnUt Local, and Notlcw 10c r line and 5c trUne lor each additional Insertion. Thmke,5 ObttnartM, Resolution, and Card of a Hot, money In advance. other Church Notl.:e lor cervices Ire, bat dVerttainenti". it per line. no Anonymous communlcatlonii will receive I jJ ttentlo&A.. atira'tailajiA. JTRXra-- ii' . sjfs'iaritoiTEa. Xru.t-ao.- ..123 M FRIDAY,-.- .FEBRUARY 22 If the: government really wants to supply it should conserve the stop tho slaughter of veal calves. Tho Georgia Huns were a trifle less brutal than the Huns of Tennessee. They hung their negro, instead of burning him. our says he is in favor of ..giving the women tho right A friend pf I '! to vote provided they will pay poll tax and work the roads. GenPe'rsTilngV reputation as a commander 'of armies Is now secure. He has Issued an order to the military teamsters to not cuss the mules. Some grocorymen are said to be Why does not bootlegging'' 'flour. somebody tell tho Solons at Frankfort. 'They would legislato it out of business. Stopping the marketing of hem will bo an obliging act to the cold storage sharks, who will be able to fill up on cheap eggs to bo sold at starvation' prides next wintqr. Elqvcn weeks and three days ago snow !.'f ell, and It has been on the ground continuously since. Wo this record hus tho "oldest Inhabitant" skinned a city block. Tho people of Ghio county never before, and may no'cr again havi sj much money as they have right now, and tho enterprising merchant will go affer his share of It with a liberal campaign of advertising. Evidences are multiplying that the tho Central powers are and whllo spegrowing cific guesses are not justified, there appears some reason to hope that something 'may happen that will bring tho war to a close before the end of the year. people-'-owar-wear- y, MF ffri 11 P'l Upon every hand tho conviction Is growing that tho war Is awakening the people to the potency of their power, and that in the readjustment of forces after tho war tho old system of government by capital through tho politicians will break up, and that tho. voice of tho masses will be heard in no uncertain tones in tho government of tho nations of tho earth. We want to apologlzo for another editorial In this lssuo In which we essay to" 'give a Democratic Senate credit' for respecting a law of their own making and seating Senator Early, a Republican, but now comes tho defeated McFarlaniPnnd says the Senate didn't think anything about respecting tho law In the case, but seated Early because ho, McFarland, was dry. 'Thus Democrat will rob Domocrat of oven the one llttlo ewo lamb. n Senator Rlvos, of the district, wns guilty of about tho meanest uct of partisanship on record. Just after he had been seated in the Sonato, in a contest becauso Hopkins-Christia- r it his opponent, who had received a majority of tho votes cast, was at tho 'titno holding another ofllec, ho at once voted against seating Dr. Early, a Republican from Daviess county, whoso grounds of contest wero exactly tho same as those upon which ho, himself, had been seated. Ho Is not a wlso man who will not profit' by tho example of an enemy. Just now tho rest of tho world would do woll to tako a lesson from Germany; She comes perilously near forging fetters for tho rest of tho world, by a unity of purpose and a thoroughly systemlzed organization, down to tho Individual citizen. Tho lesson miiBt be p&ssol down to overy nation that would preservo Its Independence us well as ' ADA AJIHUIAXCI! 1HUVER lta entity. The United ijutcs has HOItSX'T XEEI) A TI.IIXG a fow in ojiilhs, passed within a loosely framed tfnbrlc to n from strongly centralized go rurnmciit, and Unoe Hospital, No. 101, A. E. F., Franco. economic order and sy Mgjji are being Dec. lfi, IS 17. &Tked out. clumsily but surely Dear Mother: I will now try and wrlto you a few Senator Jamca to ,11$ us that we must not critlclso ou public officials. lines to let you know 1 have received Tho Senator's logic is unsound. Crit- your letter, and, believe me, was icism, when made wJtk Judgment and awfully glad to hear from you and to for good reason Is the, gyroscope that know you and all the rest of the fnm-ll- y wero well nnd having a good keeps the public oillMal lu balance: True criticism Is but a statement of time. Hope by tho time you got this public opinion of at?, olllclal act, and that you will he having a good Christtho honest olliclnl should want to mas. Don't let me keep you from know tho public estimate of his nets. having a good Christmas. 1 havo plenty of work. You asked Honest criticism is helpful rather than hurtful to the public olllclal me what 1 am doing. I am driving nn who is honestly trying to do his nmbulunce for Dr.se Hospltul No. 101 and Mr. Ed Allen Is working In the duty. olllce and we seo each other every Upon Emerson's theory that nil day. Wo nre great friends and we things that are, are necessary, the sleep In the same tent. So you see present war.lnvolvlng most of tho na- I am with him more than you are tions of the enrth In tho fearful waste with his muther. Now don't you worry about mo. for of wealth and life, was necessary. It was a necessary result from existing I am having a good time and don't It Is to the disturbed need anything. conditions. A merry Christmas and a happy social condition what the violent hurricane Is to unequal nerlal pressure, Now Year. Your son, uid Is a way, a violent way. of a reCHARLIE R. IIAKXARD. distribution of forces. And out of c P. S. Mother, I bought a Liberty It will come a new social and econuni-tfabric. And let us hopo that, if Bond, also did Ed. So you seo I am Mills are not now clearly apparent, saving my money and helping U. S. this great conflict will not have been twice. Ada, Okln., Ex. (ought In vain. .irxioi: RED CROSS. Tho people of Hartford, and ot A Junior Auxiliary Chapter of UnJie county, should heartily with the county board of health ited Cross was launched at tho ColJudge J. S in Its effort to stamp out smallpox. lege Monday morning. Whether or not you know you have Glenn In a well timed talk to the been exposed to contagion, if you young class just entering upon tin feel stupid and have fever stay in, great world wide mercy work of and call a physician to examine you. this grent organization, outlined the Wo all have a selfish interest In us- usefulness of what willing little ing caution, for if the disease spread hands could do, and presented the much further the authorities will banner under which they wero to adopt drastic measures to check tho enlist, spread of It, that may cause the Mrs. John 11. Wilson and Mrs. This is Owen Hunter were given actlvo manpublic much inconvenience another case where an ounce of pre- agement of tho junior order, and thu vention is worth a pound of cure. organization was effected. A room In the basement of the The arrest of the negro, C'hlnn.ncar building has been fitted out as u Beaver Dam. on a charge of stealing work room, and here the children 45, and the subsequent llnding of of the lower grades are making Joke money where the woman books and comfort pillows for :h' tho The girls of an- convalescent soldiers. put is it, had probably tho fifth and sixth grades are knitother of those incidents the uncertainty of tho ting, and those of the seventh and of circumstantial evidence ilghth grades and of the high school by actual evi- are making layettes. When unsupported On Tuesdays and Thursdays of dence, circumstantial evidence may be, and often is, wholly misleading, each week the visitor to the work intl wc would not hang a dog con- room. In tho high school basement victed on it. We have given this will And two machines running, girls jubject some study, and could fill :i sewing, knitting, crocheting, etc., and d volume with Illustrations ill happy In the thought that they where circumstances apparently con- are doing something for the relief vincing turned out to ho wholly un- jf the Buffering, nnd at the snme trustworthy. Circumstantial evidence time learning to do a useful work. Donations of white, pink and blue Is nothing more tangible than suspicion, and suspicion has wrecked more outing cloth, soft domestic, and wool ilves and defamed more Innocent in all colors for knitting, will bo apcharacters than it has brought guilty preciated by tho school auxiliary. o persons to justice. However damaging appearances may bo there is REVOCATION OF FOOD LICENSE. ao just excuse for condemning any Washington, Feb. 20. Refusal to man or woman before wo have acaccept two carloads of beans because tual proof of guilt. has of advresc market conditions caused the R. D. Otter Company, of PROGRESS OK THE. WAR. Louisville, Ky., to lose Its food license. The Louisville concern has Tho war event of the week is the renewal of tho wur upon Russia by been notified to close its doors by Last week February 2.ri. At a Joint hoaring by tho German government. the Bolshevlkl announced that it the Federal Trade CommUsion and It was would neither sign a treaty of peace the Food Administration that In December tho compan-n- y war, relying on the ,ior continue the had contracted for two curs of sympathy of tho German labor eleprotect their country from beans, purchased from the vletii ment to reachdestruction. Hut tho voico of labor Grain Company. When they (InclinIn Germany was too feeblo to effect ed Louisville tho market had that result, and a German army Is ed and tho company refused to remarching on toward I'etrograd. The ceive tho consignment. Tho company will not bo allowed Bolshovlki have now offered to sign to deal In any commodity llooiihid una peace tioaty on German terms, but tho Hun army continues Its march der tho food control act. Falluro ,to on It us. 'I 'in territory, ovldontly with observe this order will bo punishable purpose of terrorizing tho Russian by heavy flue or Imprisonment, or people into submitting to terms most by both. ma favorablo to Germany. (JIVES (OLD CHECK. On tho wostorn front all Is eagerness and expectancy, without artlve E. E. Simpson, of Threlklll, Butlighting. The highest tension prevails, and the most terrlllc contest ler county, a former lineman for tho lu tho entire history of tho war is lumberland Tolophono company hero, expected to soon begin. Through Is wanted by tho authorities on a tho long whiter months both sides charge of giving a cold chock to Mrs. have boon In actlvo preparation for Isaac Foster for a board bill. Whllo tho final trial of strength. Men. am- employed with tho tolophone communition, artillery, supplies, and ev- pany Simpson boarded at the Comery elojnont that will go to mnke mercial Hotel, and upon leaving ho tho coming battlo the bloodiest and gave Mrs. Foster a check on a bank for the amount of his most frightful evor fought upon this have been brought in ready for board. Tho bank returned the check earth, action, and It is'prohablo that within with tho Information that Simpson tho noxt six months tho maMory ot had no money on deposit with It, L'uropo for a century to come will and hud not within tho past year. Mrs. Foster went boforo Judge Cook have been determined. and had a warrant of arrest issued for Simpson, nnd the Shorllf sent It .PROTRACTED MEETING HERE. to the ShorltT of Butler county for service. Rov. S. J. Cannon, an evangelist, of Louisville, Is conducting a serTRUSTEES TO ORGANIZE. ies of meetings at tho Baptist church hero, and great interest Is manifestTho Superintendent of Schools has ed unit much good is being done. Tho called it meeting ot nil the trustees capacity of tho church is taxed every of schools to meet here the first ovonlng, and only tho slzo of tho Saturday In March for tho purpose church limits tho size ot tho audi- ot effecting the county and division ence. Mr, 1. E. Ollvo, a theological organizations of tho county. Tho student at tho Louisville Baptist Sem- trustees ot each, division will elect a inary, Is directing tho music. division, chairman, and these din vision chairmen form th county Hartford Republican $1.00 per year board ot education. I'OHDSVILT.E. Tliore Ih a grout donl of slclsnoss In and around our town. Mrs, George 1'hllllps tiled early Tuesday morning of cancor of the Sho was 07 years old and Is face. survived by her husband and one daughtor, Mrs. Willie I'lurce. Mr. Lonion Whltlor, of Camp Shelby, near Hiittlesbiirg, Miss., Is hero on u visit to Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whitlcr. Lemon Is a mom-he- r of the ambulance corps. Lnrkln Denton has been confined to his room for bovornl days on account of measles. Miss Florence IMorco is very 111 at this writing. Mm. C. E. Miller and children vis ited her father nnd family at Dim-- , Joe fiom Saturday until Monday. Miss Birdie Burnett, who has been onflned to her room on account of rh nimatlsm. Is better. Mr. Arnle Hale has a ed case of smallpox. .rs. ii. j.,. ura.meuuun; has Gar ; man measles. Gorilon, the son of Mr. and Mrs Olla Wilnoti, died the 19th. of spinal Meningitis. Gordon was ton years dd und a very bright little fellow. He will be sadly missed In his homo, ichool, and Sunday school. Ho wns ilways present in his chins at Sunday school. Weep not for him, dear parents, sisters and brothers, God 1ms ieen lit to transplant htm in Heaven, is a beckoning star to guide you on. He lonvoK his father nnd mother, four dsters and two brothers, besides his Many playmates and friends to mourn ais dentil. Mr. Walter Richard is very III at 'his writing, of blood poison. Mr. Auty Lltsey, who Is attending icliool at Rusaellvlllc, Is at home for i few days. -! jp$f$PfiF&t$mH " Our New Spring Goods Beginning To Arrive New Coatsuits, Skirts and Coats r that embody superior style, quality and finish. Authentic designs fol- S lowing the best conception of sitf 7, I & "' M represents the cream of American p production. Every suit has that much sought-fo- r .! C 1 r a..:i.- - distinction of fin- - ish, fit and appearance so dear to the heart of every woman who pays attention to the propriety of her at- - I 1 tire, COOL SIMtlNGS Mr. S. A. Davenport, of Rochester, in this neighborhood buying tobacco. Mr. Will Hlnes went to Hartford Monday on business. Mrs. John Herrel, of Shultstov her brother, Mr. James Sam is $ J St 1J ft Our Coatsuits at $15.00 to $30.00. Our Coatsuits at $5.00 to $20.00. New Percales 20c to 25c. New Ginghams 15c to 25c. rR:ir,VTjgga-ftx- lllus-.ratin- g fair-size- jon. lnat Friday. Mr .and Mrs. Ben Woodburn, Mr mil Mrs. Morte Tate and son. Thorn- - j is, and Mr. John Smith and Clnyburn Wilson wore thu guests of T. C Den- ;ils Sunday. ; Misses Tansy and Imogene Wilson are quite sick with measles. Mr. Jesse Hedger nnd wife, of Rockport, visited his father, Mr. S. II. Hcdger, from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Rov of Mt'Honry, Is visiting hor father, S. V. Mnddox. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dennis went to Beaver Dam shopping Wednesday. Mrs. Agnes Tate and nlecos, Misses Corino, Thelma and Iva Dennis, spent Wednesday with Mrs. O. M Urown. Mr. George Wallace and fnmily, and Mr. and Mrn. Clydo Cliinn, of Williams Mines, visited Mr. James Sampson Sunday. Mrs. Halite Elliott and Mr. Don Woodburn and Mr. J. A. Ferguson arc on the sick list. o Miss Nona Heesley visited Miss I Ag-ns- Carson (L Co. HARTFORD. KY. $ SMALLPOX NEWS. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S 8AIB. Ohio Circuit Court. City ot Hartford, Ac, Plaintiffs. vs. Notico. Jonnlo T. Mosoley, Dofondsnts. Pursuant to a Judgment and ordor ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court rondored at Its October torm, 1914, In tho above styled action, for the purpose of paying tho judgment ot tho plaintiff against tho defendant In tho sum ot 6.76, with lntorest thoreon at tho rate of 6 per oent por annum from tho 1st day of January, 190C, until paid, and tho costs ot this action and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outer to thu Highest and host bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, March 4th, 1918, It bolng regular Circuit Court day, at about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., on u credit of six and twelve months, the following described propo, I ledger Friday. e HEAVER DAM. Mor-ganto- Feb. 20. A protractod meeting began at the Methodist church Sunday, The pastor, Rov. Moore, Is bet. ing nsbisted by Rev. Woldon, an Bro. Teetur has charge of tho choir. Great Interest is being manifested. Dr. and Mrs. Clarence DeWoeso y shaking hands wero In town with old friends. Clifford Maddox will leave for Camp Taylor tho 26th. Mr. J. H. Park has sold his farm near Clear Run, and will leave soon for Oklahomn. Prof. Tartar has resumed his work, nftor bolng cnllpd away for several days to the hodsldo of his wlfo, who has been very 111. Charllo Hurt has accepted a position with Beaver Dam Coal Co., at Taylor Minos. Mm. I. S. Mason returned from Hattlosburg last Wednesday, after a bhort visit to her boys, who will Both boys leavo soon for Franco. wero woll and awaiting duty's call. Mrs. C. E. Hoover has Just returned from a fow days visit to friends noar Clear Run. Mrs. Geo. Trout nnd children, Leu-lnnd Froddle Loitlso, nre contemplating tin outing trip to tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky soon. They will Join Mr. Trout who Is there now working In tho oil fields. Mrs. Louolla Rlnnkenshlp Is visiting friends and relatives In Owons-borovan-gelis- Tho county health olllcor reports smallpox still present in some sections of the county. Thero are two cases In Hartford, and one at Fords-vlllone at ltockport and one near Beaver Dam. Owing to tho fact that tho smallpox patient usually feels badly enough to go to bed boforo tho disease reaches tho infectious stage, and thus quarantines himself, prevents a rnpld spread of Infection. At Central Grovo and Narrows, where a fow eases dovcloped u fow weeks ago, tho diseaso sccm t- hava bcoi stamped out entirely. Thero wus u Hurry of excitement In Hartford a few days ago over tho dlscovory that a man with tho troublo had been out on the street, but tho health physician said there was u very llttlo dun-go- r, in the stage of the diseaso at the time, ot infecting tho public. Nono of those who so far have hail smallpox have suffered soveroly with It, and no deaths havo resulted. Tho county health physician will havo the post house at the county farm repaired, and in tho event ot a further spread of tho diseaso those suffoilng ot it will bu Isolntod tor tho protection of thu public. At tho worst thero Is no occasion for panic. Except fur tho Isolation and inconvenience it causes, and tho rathor loathsome nnturo ot It, smallpox is less to be dreaded than moaslos. - ic, erty, t: Ono houso and lot I imUKILLA'S MAX JAILED. ol o. Last wcok wo had tho first Install's ment of tho story of Ellis and troubles, with tho sccno laid at Rockport. Tho story oponod with Drusilla's tnlo of woo, told In tho County Judgo's ofllce, and had to do with the troubles ot Ellis Rush and Drusilla Bush, his wife, both ot color. Now In tho second act Ellis Is In jail and Drusilla Is happy; happy not becauso Ellis Is receiving punishment, but becauso the jail separates him from tho otli'or woman Drusilla says Is the cause ot all her troubles. Ditto for trial has not been fixed. 4 PAT DRAGS ROAD. Dru-silln- town ot Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, on Union street, and boundod on tho Enst by lot ot G. D. Likens; on tho South by Union stroot; 'on tho West by Dr. J. S. Morton's lot; ou tho North by A. T. Nail's lot. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond Immediately after sale with approved security and a lien will bo retained on Bald property as additional security. Privllego Is given to purchaser to pay tho purchase prico In cnBh without executing bond. Given undor my hand this the 13tb day of February, 19X8. OTTO C. MARTIN, H3t3 Master Commissioner. Ernest Woodward, Attorney. 8TILL AFTER IJOYCK. Tho Hondorson aioanor says the Hondorson Baptist church has unanimously passod a resolution asking the Rov. Boyco Taylor to square hlmsolt with tho patriotic sentiment ot his follow churchmen or resign as mod-oratIn tho Baptist church. Boyce is honest, oarnest and moans woll, hut his notions ot tho nation's duty in tho present hour aro sadly out of Joint with tho gonorul sentiment of his peoplo. or situated In the X NO TOBACCO ON MONDAY!. Patrons ot the Llvermoro road, On account of an order Issued by north ot town, aro expressing gratB. itude to Pat Dulaney for a mllo of Unltod States Fuel Commissioner, I havo thrco lino pens of E. Thompson Ringlet Uurred Plymouth tho best road In tho county. After Garfield, closing all offices and busl got busy with ncss houses on Mondays for the nexi Rocks. Just received two lino cock-ro- tho snow went off Pat to head two of my pons direct a drag, and kept busy till tho mud nine weeks we will receive no tobacup, and now that section of co on Mondays for the period menfrom N. Y. I am now booking or- dried road is as smootho as asphalt. The tioned. for cubs $2.00 per setting. der county needs more patriotic Pat's. 8. T. BURNS A SON. J. C. ILER. C1IICKKX9. ls Ttsl IT if 1 Tff ewp' jew vm im i mpsWinwa ,mrt.-- . ropnporcd, and tho Judge has a cozy ers having soundly matured corn llttlo don In which to receive and will glvo lt propor testH they will bo STRAY STREAKS consult with his clients, and repeat able to sell it at a profit. Owcns-bor- o, tho latest stories to Ills friends. Miss Mario Hardwlck, of (By Fluke McFluko.) Circuit Court will open Monday la visiting hero this week. Hurry and book yom order for B. week for a two weoks term. A numfilThey scorn to have fuel in suffiMr. U. S Carson and little sou, Jos- I). Thompson stock of fine eggs if ber of Important suits have been eph, were in Owensboro Wednesday. you want to havo some lino chicks. ed since tho last term, and this will cient quantities down in Tennessee to bum a "nigger" every now and Day old chicks be a busy court. $2.00 per suttlngi then. J. C. 1LKH. Hov. A. I). Litchfield and Mr. S. $3.00 per dozen. You who are in need of a good Loulsvlllo O. Keown went to Hoover says, you can't dross and Tho Memphis Commercial Appeal road wagon ono that will run light of Tousey, Is ono of tho very best weekly news- and lust long, and give satisfaction sell that old hen, but just leave hor Porter, .Mr. Hardin undressed to lay around. buy the Owensboro Wagon from papers In tho United States. Take It Graysou county, was In town yestor-daACTON BROS,, with Tho Republican, both papers 34t2 Our wife's been camouflaging us Hartford, Ky. one year for $1.25. for about ten days, along tho meat your Straw Matting You enn buy Marlon Ileavrln, son of Dr. C. M. line, with an old hog's hoad. SlMS's Wo have n full lino of Davcnettcs and Matting Hugs from Suits.whlch makes Hcavrln, of Owonsboro, and nephew turned it around, Inside out, up-sland Three-Piec- e ACTON BROS. 34t2 a handsome parlor suit for a small of Mr. M. L. Hcavrln, of Hartford, down, most every way for Sunday was the first Daviess county soldier and every other day of tho week too, Our advance shipment of New Spring GingHeeds, Daviess amount of money. Mr. T. H.Allcn, of ACTON BROS. boy to nrrlvo In France. In a lot-t- but finally we got wlso to tho familcounty, visited relatives In the coun- 33t2 hams, Percals and Wash Fabrics, White Goods, to his parents, ho says he stood ial face of the once happy pig and ty the first of tho week. Mr. John Allen, of Fordsvllle, has tho trip fine, but can understand now openly revolted, and then tho chickMar-loLaces, etc., has arrived and are ready for your just how pleased Columbus and com- ens had pig's head on their menu. Mrs. F. B. DoWItt 1 In Little sold his rcsldenco to Mr. Guy Allen, who is an agent for rades woro to como in sight of land. Mr. Hock, Ark., visiting hor husband, inspection. Wo know of a certain postmastor, who Is a Captain in tho medical corps tho Bond Tie Company, will probably move to Dawson soon. The steel and Iron supply Is be- not a thousand miles away, who on at Camp Pike. coming very short with our Iron Bed seolng a lady coming into the office i Considering the present market condition, County Attorney A. D. Kirk, his and Spring Factories, but there has for her mail, g6t up, took said mall Miss Bodiuo Carson, of near town, ca"outeii" the box, stuck it under one wont to Hussellvlllo, Saturduy, where stenographer, Mrs. A. K. Anderson, been no time during our business we count ourselves quite fortunate in securing bump- arm, turned around for something she will enter Logan Female College, and Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. reer htat wc havo had such a Smith, went to Llvermore Monday to er line of Iron Beds, Steel Springs, else before the lady came to the such an array of beautiful styles. for the spring term. etc. We have plunged into the mar- general delivery window and Whea take depositions in a railroad suit. ket heavy and by so doing are in a she galled for mall was told that poll tux The sheriff reported 986 you very low there was nothing for hor. The I DESIRE TO RENT some good position to mako This Is about Take our advice once, and buy these goods payers delinquent. lady protested that thero should be. poll tax land, wish to grow tobacco, will pay prices on an thing in this line. fifteen per cent of tho total ACTON BROS. Tho absented mlndod P. M. looked early, as merchandise is scarce, and transportaeither cash or part of the crop as 3312 payers of the county. again and of course found nothing, rent, havo a good team. Address McIIenry, Ky. Information has been filed with so the lady was forced to go home tion bad, arid later it will be impossible to dupliSubscribe for The Hopubllcau for CHAS. McCONNELL, tho county court that Archie Stals-wort- mallless. Sometime afterward, the your boy in tho arhiy camp. In no cate goods and prices. We keep constantly on a youth under sixteen years P. M.'s wife, or some other man's county superintendent asks us The other way could you please him so to give notice to the teachers of the old, Is a truant from school, and wife, asked him what that was he silks. well at so trifling cost. hand a complete line of woolens and county that tho money for tho sixth spends 'hLs time in idleness, and an was carrying around under his wing. not boon received order is asked from tho Juvenile court Imagine how ho looked when he reCompetent salesstock. McCall patterns in Mr. and Mrs. Bornico Neighbors, month salary has supervision of tho youth's marked, "I'll be consarned If that been visiting relatives at at his office, and he has no informu to tako who hnvo conduct. Tho boy Is a son of Arch alnt that girl's mall." Hon as to when it may arrive. ladies to give you any information desired. t Narrows and Dundee left Tuesday Tho matter Stalsworth, deceased. for their home in Iwoa. Bat Noll broke out the other day, We have a large supply of Blounts will be heard at the regular March county court. but they put him in again. No, Bat So you can shop at our store, being assured a largo supply of Rugs on True Blue Plows and also tho Oliver term of the Wo havo best, had not stolen anything, at least It Como and get first Chilled Plows, which are tho display now. that your every want will have our attention. Parts, supplies and needles for all Is not proven. They simply put him wo think, on tho market. Prices are picking Is good. choice while makes of sewing machines. Needles up to prevent his giving something reasonably low. ACTON BROS. 34t2 Don't forget this, and remember that it pays to ACTON BROS. 30c per dozen, shuttles $1.00 each, away. Softly speaking, Bat has 33t2 cash with order. If possible send smallpox. money. County Court Clerk Claudo trade with a houso that saves you Mr. Thomas Allen, formerly a mer- broken or worn parts when ordervery genorously contributed Speaking of Bat and one thing chant at Rosine, but for soveral ing, also name of machine. Machines a load of coal to tho local Rod Cross years a traveling representative for sold on easy monthly or yearly pay- and another, we've heard 11 men, 9 headquarters. Bond Bros. Tie Co.. now located in ments, old machines taken In ex- - women and three little boys say, that territory, has recently vis- change, Wrlte for cataloguo and lt thoy had to havo smallpox at alt, Mr. W. H. Dotson, of Blngor, Tennessee terms. No obligation. Agents want-A- . they prayod tho Good Lord to deliver ited relatives in Ohio county. Okla., and Mr. J. II. Dotson, of C. McKINSEY, ed. them from smallpox via the Bat Nail visited relatives in Larue 124 West 3rd St., route. To all of which, yours truly You that are in need of Wagon county last weok. Owensboro, Ky. says amen. Harness, Collars, Bridles, Lines, or 3t4 any parts that is required to( harness Mrs. Clarence Walker, of Louis your horse for good working serNEGRO ACQUITTED. We've noticed a marked difference 1 vlllo. who spent several wcoks with vice, we want you to know that we In the stripes on hosiery lately, that tho family of Mr. A. W. Logan, rehavo the goods at lowest prices. Dud Chlnn, a negro, living noar is, between horizontal and perpen' turned homo Tuesday. ACTON BROS. 33t2 Beaver Dam, was acquitted, on ex- dicular stripes. For Instance, the amining trial In Judgo Cook's court horizontal stripes "wo've been no Mr. Otis Bennett, who has been In Mrs. Martha A. Miller died at her yesterday, on a chargo of grand lar- ticing, we can see, by looking around Rock tho Pino Tree State for some time, home near Sunnydalo, Sunday. Bur- ceny. with Whlto Plymouth a bit, all of it, but the perpendicuHartford Republican ties, has returned to Ohio county, and has ial was at Marvin's Chapel cemetery, TJhc chickens. Tho caso exhibited some unusual lar variety, we, as a general rulo, located at Beaver Dam. after funeral conducted at the features and the trial attracted not can't seo qulto all of one end. FEBRUARY 22 FRIDAY Mr. Moat Schroador, of Olaton Mrs. a llttlo Interest locally. church, by Rev. M. G. Snell. mm Tako your produce to tho store routo 1, was a visitor nt this oWcc of Abo Miller, The facts relied on by tho prosNOTICE OF SALE. best Miller was the widow that keeps In touch with the deceased. ecution wore wholly circumstantial. kU.A BT. V. R. R. TMH TABLE. Tuesday. market prices. 8:33 p. m. Friday morning Chlnn went to Ellis Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county fo. IIS due at Bllmltch BROS. ACTON Dr. Warden, of Ccntortown, has 3412 Mrs. Will Delaney died at hor Stevens' houso to buy some milk. will on the 1st Monday In March, to 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. T. 3:40 p.m. sold his storo and lot to Mr. C. home, a few miles out on tho Liver-mor- e He gave Mrs. Stevens a paper bill, 1918, offer at public sale to the high111 Lt. Ellmltch i Mrs. James Nanco went to Owensroad, Tuesday, and was buried and sho went to a dresser and got est and best bidder about 100 acres, 5:35 p.m. S. Overton. Ar. Irrlngton boro Wednesday, to spend a few days burying ground her pocket book to make tho change of the Almshouse farm, the part pro6:58 p.m. Lv. Irvington linotype at tho Alexander Mr. Boyd Baugh, of Beaver Dam with her husband, who is a Wednesday. Mrs. Delaney was about Sho alleges that she left forty-fiv- e posed to bo sold being tho east end Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. operator on tho Messenger. . 8:35 a.m. routo 1, called on us whllo in town fifty years old, and leaves a husband dollars lying on tho bed and went of said farm, and containing about i 111 Lt. Louisville She died of Into tho kitchen while Chlnn was sit- 45 acres of woodland, and about 65 10:06 a. m. Wednesday. and several children. Ar. Inrlngton No, wc aro not dunning you, but ting a few minutes in tho room alone, acres of cleared land. This Is very Lt. Irrlngton ..10:40 a. m. pay us grip. County clerk Claudo Blankcnshlp If you feel like you ought to . 1:04 p. m tract of land, situated about Bllmltch and that immediately after the neAr. attondod tho Mldklff sale, at Slato for tho paper wo have been sending miles east of Hartford.and anyTho Red Cross ladles will keep gro left sho missed tho money. A 2 If., H. ft K. R. R. TIME TABLE. you wo will appreciate it. Rlpplo Tuesday. headquarters horo open on Tues- warrant was sworn out for .the ne- one desiring to purchase a farm will louth Bouud, No. 115 m. days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and gro's arrest and Marshall Flom Stov- do well to look this land ovor before .:05 a. One at Hartford Mrs. S. O. Keown spent Saturday Miss Vera Miller, of Hopowoll.lott will bo pleased to havo tho ladles ens brought him here Saturday and buying. There Is a good vein of No. 114 Korth Bound, Sunday In Loulsvlllo, visiting 6.45 p. m. Sunday for Crossvillo, 111., where- she and from tho country when in town, lodged him In Jail. At tho trial it coal underlying this land, and also Oue at Hartford hor son, Llent. Gilmoro Keown, who whether visiting or shopping, drop developed that Mrs. Stevens, accord- somo good timber. Terms will be ongago In teaching. will "Mixed" Trains.) (Both Is stationed at Camp Taylor. In and spend an hour with them. ing to her statement found forty dol- made known on day of sale. wlfo left Mr. Henry Carson and lars of tho money undor a table cloth, FISCAL COURT OF OHIO COUNTY. Seo us for your Garden Rakes and Wednesday for a business trip to By C. E. SMITH, Another week goes by with tho is- Saturday morning, but sho insisted Hoes. Tho houso whoro quality and Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati. SAM L. STEVENS, sue of a slnglo marrlago license by that tho negro had sent tho money Personal News lowest prices provall. W. C. BLANKENSHIP. tho County Clork. Birch Ronfrow, back by another nogro, who had put ACTON BROS. Committee: Mr. Robert Davis has openod a 34t2 21, and Blanch Leo Sandefur, 14, it under tho cloth while sho was coal mino near Rickets, and will furand Social Events. aro tho hap- away from homo Saturday morning. y both of Horse Branch, Lloutonant Claronco DoWoeso.for-merlSEED CORN FOR SALE. nish tho local fuel supply. py people who kept the marriage Tho negro Is about forty years old of Fordsvlllo, but now In the bond book from being blank this and has always borne an excellent The price of my Boone County Mr. R. B. Martin has bought a farm Medical Corps at Ft. Dodgo, Iowa, week. reputation. Mr. Heavrin for tho do- was in Owensboro from Mr. A. M. Barnett.Just north of is at homo on a twelve days leavo. Whlto seed corn from this date unJ Mrs. Tico Burns kenso argued that Mrs. Stevens had shelled, graded, town, for which ho paid $1400. Saturday. Mrs. Martha E. Taylor died at her herself put tho money on tho table, til further notice, has sent to Tho Adjutant General sacked, ready to plant Is $6.00 per Tuesday. She and was honestly mistaken in her exemption homo near Matanzas, Disc HarrowH cheap for All kinds of tho best grades of tho members of tho local many months memory In tho matter. Tho court bushel. The seed Is from a plot of Two 12-Is given had been a sufferer for an average of grass sood, as choap as tho choap-o- st board a sorvlco pin, which ELLIS & BRO'S. cash at W. E. with a cancerous trouble, and hor took Mr. Hoavrln's view of the mat-to- r, three acres that made 108 bushels per acre, Is porfectly at W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S. 34t4 in recognition for their sorvices. Sho was unexpected. tho defendant. and acquitted death was not matured,, dry and tight on cob. If Go to W. E. Ellis & Bro. for roofTaylor, dereturned tho widow of William qualiMrs. Leila Fulliorson 34t2 strong germinating, vigorous growDavo Tuttlo, of PattlcBvlllo, ing and building papor. n sister of tho loto W. MARKETS. ceased, and LOUISVILLE ing, high yielding, acclimated seed fied In county court as administrator Wednesday to hor homo at Matanzas, F. Condtt. Mrs. Taylor was 71 years deceas- aftor spending a few days with tho of tho ostato of James Shrovo, Mr. Basil Wcstorflold, of Fordsheavies, 165 pounds will Increase tho crop only five bushhor death. Hogs Choice old at tho tlmo of family of Mr. Owen Hunter hero. per acre, there will bo an addied. vllle, was in town Monday. and up, $16.60; 120 to 165 pounds, els McKonnoy, president of $15.75; pigs $13.1014.10; roughs, tional 35 to 40 bushels of corn on Mr. P. O. Vulcan Chilled Plows, Blue Bird account of ono bushel of seed. The Mr. M. L. Hoavrin wont to FrankMr. Crowo Thomas, of Narrows, Centortown Coal Company, was $15 down. engag- Plows, repairs and parts for saino tho fort Tuesday, whero ho wus export steers,$11.50 best is tho cheapest. was In Owonsboro Saturday. on business and re town Tuesday Cattlo Prlmo contost and points for Oliver Chilled Plows, in JOHN T. JACKSON, ed In tho opening and 12.00 ;hcavy shipping, $10 11.50; 34t4 ported that tho work of W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S. Rockport, Ky. at Esqulro G. W. Rowo, of Center-tow- caso. company's property lights, $8.0010.00; fat heifers, $7 34tt developing tho Tuonday. was in Hartford Ceutortown was progressing nice 11; fat cows, $910; medium Puul Tilford, son of Capt. Jorry at s, If ministers will furnish us advanco TREASURER'S STATEMENT. ly. Contracts for all matorlal for $7.259; cuttors, $6.5087.25; notico of protractod meetings wo will Tilford, of Fordsvlllo, caino to town building and machinery for equipMr. Linnio Evorly Is erecting bulls, $610; $5,506.50, bo glad to publish them without Wednesday and Joined tho engineers ping tho tipple havo boon lot, and lt feeders, $7 10; Blockers, $6.50 Tho statement of tho county treashandsomo storehouse nt Matanzas. corps of tho army. Ho will go to charge. urer, recently filed with the Fiscal Is now believed that the plant will 9.50. Camp Taylor. William Johnson, a farrier living Calves Tho market ruled steady, Court, shows that ho received from bo ready to run coal by tho first or last E. S. Howard Is In dlod Suporintondont near Sulphur Springs, of April. middle best veals, $11.50 12; medium, $9 all sources $73,168.85. Ho paid out Miss Olivia Harrison, of Narrows, Bowling Green attending tho state 68,969.83, and has a balanco In the woek. J 11.50; common, $69. mooting of county superintendents, who has been unending school at near treasury of $4,194.02. now Sheop and Lambs Not There is an opportunity Just Owensboro, Is nt homo this week, 1 Association this weok. Tho Parent-Toachokinds coming to fill nursing an arm, very soro from vac- for somo enterprising farmers to enough cholco Straw Wasted. same local needs. Best sheep, $9 10; has passed tho century mars in make a bit of money, and at tho Deputy Circuit uiorK, Auuison cination. We want a number of tons et tlmo render a useful sorvlco to tho bucks, $8 down; best lambs, $16 Saturday night and HowArd, spent great 16.50; something choice, higher; baled straw wheat, oat or rye, WU1 tho Mr. H. P. Taylor returned Satur- community. On account of old family hearthstone, pay market price. damaged by tho frost, seconds, $12 12.50. Mr. James Truman has moved Sunday by tho day from a trip to Lexington, and amount of corn Asa's., American farm, noar Sulphur ut Rockport. lions, 24c; young chickPoultry will tako Jfrom tho Weller was accompanied by his daughter-in-la- fow enterprising farmors S. L. KINO, Mgr. old turkoys, Springs, to his old homo at Davison using seed corn that has ens, Mrs. John Taylor and hor tho risk of ) : Mrs. Fannlo B. Stovens, of PrenStation. not been properly tostod. Many of roosters, 14c; ducks, FOR SALE. canofllce und renew- llttlo daughter, Esther Stuart. tiss, called ut this Kggs Caso count, not havo a sound corn to them will subscription to Tho Repubbuy dled, 45c. At tho state mooting of county ed hor Judgo John B. Wilson has moved test and others would rathor Four good work horses. See J. been a con. . -- J Un,i th.in tnln thn troublo to LoutsvlUo ltst lican. Mrs. Stovons bus offices over Rod Cross farm agents held at reader of Tho Republican Into tho suit of Tho rooms have boon test It themselves, and If those farm- - The Hartford Ropubllcuu$1.00 year E. CURTISS, at once, Hartford, Ky. week. It was doclded to standardize tinuous headquarters. Us first issue. She was on the Oklo county, aad surrounding, coun- slnco way to visit hor son, Mr. Emoraon Stovens, at Control Grove SPRING GOODS NEW '. to-da- y. y. er h, Blan-konsh- lp Sun-nydal- o; - JM - - de-slra- 16 Early-McFarla- n, can-nor- rs mom-bersh- ip. - w. 24-30- c; 24-26- c; 19-20- c. 40-42- c; .w. t, ,r, - frX.X9r mvr '--- - umiWWM"" 5 1 r Farm Department is carkly so that stacks, 'will not furHaul uianuro when Iho ground nish harborings plnrtis and food for frozen. ' rats. removing piles of straw, Uy Pigs will not drink sulllclont cold good gains during tlio trash, and lumber which harbor rats wnter to ninkc Provision should In Holds and vacant lots. winter months. Uy protecting tho hnrks. owls and warm tlio drinking water be made to good plan dur- other natural enemies nf rats which at this time, it Is a aro not so destructive to poultry as ing cold weather to mix ground warm water to rats themselves. feed with sufficient d rat dogs Uy keeping make a thin slop. on farms and about city warehouses. inUnless farmers aro sulllclcutly Uy keeping provisions which rats work to form terested lu farm bureau truly and mice will attack In an offeclvo organization which mouse-proo- f containers .represents the farming interests of and destroying rats and mice sys Uy of the county, hero Is smalt chanco great tematically by poisoning, trapping, ;. the county bureau meeting with and by organized systematic hunts. well-trainerat-pro- of ! i . . i Slop the Farm Leaks. Evory one knows what happens when water Is put into a barrel that has stood empty In tho sun for a while. The water leak3 out between tho staves. Many manufacturers hire men to study out ways of stopping audi leaks In their business. It Is said that a well known automobile A Community Creed. Tho following community creed is company offers a small fortune to any man who will save a fow cents published in this season's announceIn the cost of building prominent ment of farmers' Institutes: the parts of an auto. Just so In farm1 believe iu tho integrity of ing. Tho most successful farmer Is people. In my home, my church tho one who has the best organized I believe business, wrhlcli Is best adapted to my school and my business. conditions, and has tho fewest I believe In my community. "leaks." Kvery dairy farmer knows I bellevo In the enrichment of FOR FLETCHER'S tho Uabcoek test shows how much and community life. I believe In the elevation of the butter fat Is In n cow's milk. I moral standards of my community. When Von Have a ('old. ,, i' believe In tho service of my fel- Conprw Pork by Presenting Cholera With a gradual but certain dlniin-utlonIt Is when you have a severe iild low men. our meat supply In propor- .hat you appreciate the good qu.ill- I bellevo that to serve I must rise above selfishness and petty jealous- tion to tho population, the soaring 'les of Chamborlaln's Cough Keme- priccsfor livehogs, the forei!;n dely. Mrs. Frank Crocker, Pana, 111 . ies. writes: for com mand arid tho Increasing probabil"Our son Paul I bellevo In ity of as high or higher prices for 'aught a so.'ere cold last winter that munity betterment. I bellevo In the application of the soraino time to come, tho Kentucky mottled on his lungs and he had terspoils. We were Golden Rule to community alfalrs. farmer will find It not only highly rible coughing profitable, but a patriotic duty to niu-erv- e greatly worried about him as the the health of his meat produc- .uedlcino we gavo him did not help Control of Tobacco lliidworm. him in tho least. A neighbor spoke As a result of work at Quincy. Kla.. ing animals. Much can be accomplished if the so highly of Chamberlain's Cough a method of combating the tobacco budworm by means of a mixture of attic individual attention Is given Remedy that I got a bottle of it The arsenate of lead and meal has been o the preservation of the health of tirst dose benefitted him so much perfected and this remedy now is ive stock as is given to the culti- that I continued giving it to him until he was cured." m used generally, says a report of the vation of crops. Never were hogs needed more to Bureau of Entomology, United States Department Tho replenish our meat supply than now. NOTICK. of Agriculture. Keep hogs free from disease and method effected a saving of at least $20 an acre over that previously In - from external and Internal parasites Notice is hereby given that tli unOrganize township and county Hog dersigned lar.d owners of Ohlc urn vogue. j Cholera Prevention Associations ty, Kent.iek,- - will petition th.s t III) Promote a campaign for hog chol- - County Court at its April. 131s. Get Mil of Itntk and .Mice. In tho United States rats and mice era control and extermination before term .to establish a public rundestroy each year in homes, factor- - it becomes established In your com- - ning from the Hartford and Center-tow- n ies. stores and warehouses, in cars munlty. road to the Mcllenry and Con- and on ships, crops, poultry, and othtertown road, which course Is as fol er property valued at moru than To Combat Onion Malady. lows: an amount equivalent $200,000,000 To combat neck-ro- t a destrucBeginning at the Centertown and to the gross earnings of an army of tive storage rot of onions In various Hartford road on Joo Ford's land; 200,000 men. Grain, eaten and wast- localities of the United States, the thence running lu a southerly died by rats and mice on many farms, United States Department of Agri rection about 350 yards across the would pay all of the farmr's taxes. culture next season Is to assist grow- lands of said Joe Ford to the lands States, communities, and individ- ers in testing a method of controll- of Mrs. Elvira Miller about 500 yards uals can help eliminate; rats and ing the disease, with tho hopo of pul- to the lands of Joe T. Miller; thcr.co mice: ing the method on a practicable basis running in an easterly direction Dy requiring that all new build- ior commercial use. Specialists of across the lands of Joo T. Miller ings, wharves, and other structures the department will bo assigned to about 100 yards to the lands of Louey bo ratproot; that existing buildings the districts afiected to advlso farmMinton; thence running in an easof construction bo further ers and to help In tho installation terly direction across tho lands of protected by having basement win- and equipment of necessary strucLoney .Minton about 250 yaid- - to the dows and drains covered with tures. hinds of tho Williams Coal Compan-ny- ; scroens, gratings, etc.; and that exThe districts known to be Infected thence across the lands of tlio isting buildings that are not g Include tho principal Williams Coal Company to thu bo made so by remodeling. centers In Massachusetts, Connectiand Centertown road. Uy constructing sewers and drains cut. Ohio. Indiana, Delaware, WisconGiven under our hands this tho so that thoy will not provide entrance sin, and Oregon. Tho disease oc14th day of February, 1'JlS and retreat for rats. curs In other States also. Losses LONEY MINTO.V. Dy Insisting on gl eater cleanliof from 2j per cont to 75 per cent in E. M. FORD, ness about markots, stores, and gen- whito onions sets htivo been recordJOE FORD, erally throughout cities, vlllages.and ed In tho vicinity of Chicago and in OSCAR STEWART, tho country districts. northern Indiana, lted and yellow I). L. FORI). 34t2 Dy threshing and marketing grain onions are not attacked as seriously as tho white varieties. $100 Reward, $100 The disease known as neck-ro- t is The caused by a fungus. Tho paraslto en- pleased readers of this paper will bo to there Is at ters tho wounded necks of tho bulbs one dreadedlearn that that science least disease lias at harvest time and gradually rots been able to cure In all its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh belnB itreatly tho scales until thoy becomo dried Influenced by constitutional . conditions up and worthless. Of tho control requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and Measures that havo been tried, ar- acts thru tho Blood on tho Mucou- - SurNeed Help to Pass the Crisis Saf- tificial drying of tho onion sets In faces of the System thereby (lettroylnir tho foundation of the disease, Blvlnir tne the conelyProof that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's crates Just after harvest has given patient strength by building up doing assisting Its tho heat results. Tho object of this stitution nnd proprietorsnature In work. The Vegetable Compound have so much method Is to euro tho necks as soon faith In the curative powers of Hall's Can be Relied Upon. Catarrh Medicine that they offer One ns possible, and thus check tho funHundred Dollars, for any rase that It fulls gus boforo it enters tho llosh scales. to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHRNEY & TTrVinnn 111 .Tilrin(riiflncrnr,f I t In various lots treated recently, tho Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. CO.. Toledo. '5c. in addition to its annoying symptoms, i nau an attack of rot was reduced from 14 to 1 per grippe which lasted cent; from 47 to 7 por cont; from C3 all winter and left to 7 por cent; and from 02 to 10 per me in a weakened cent condition. 1 felt at For Infants and Children times that I would never be well again. of Horses. In Use For Over Years 1. I read of Lydia E. If farm horses nro turned out Always bears Pinkham's Veg- togothor, romovo their shues. the etable Compound " XiUo tlu horses clean up Signature of i roughage; avoid all possible waste women n ass in l' . through theChatigo in feeding. If leguminous roughages of Life, so I told my aro fed, a llttlo straw or eorn stover TAKKV. doctor I would try will bo lionftclnl. it. I soon began to i 3 lie earoful of mares In foal. tjt-iWinter seems to have cleared awuy in strength und tho annoying Avoid strains or other dangers. and farmers are busy burnlni; pluut svmntoms Uis- 4. Hoar In mind tho care receiv- beds. annenred and vour Vecetablo Compound ed by tho colt tho first 18 months Mr. Ira D. Funk suffered a very has mado mo a well, strong woman so I do all my own housework. I cannot of hi3 llfo will bo a big factor in painful accident last Wednesday evrecommend Lydia E. Plnkham's( Vege- his worth at maturity. ening when he stopped on a nail, uttable Compound too highly to women most stlcklne it entirely through his passing through tho Cnango of Life." Tho most common tost for deter- foot. Mrs.PitANKllENSoN, 131GS. Orchada mining If soil is uold or sour is by Mrs. Addis Hoover, of lleavor D.uu, St. Urbuna, III. Women who sufTer from nervousnoss, moans of bluo lltlmus paper, which Is the guest of relutives at this place. "heat flashes," backache, headaches can bo obtained at a very small cost Most everyone attended thu spoilund "the blues" should try this famous from nearly evory drugglit. A small ing at Mt. Moriah Friday night. 's root and herb remedy, Lydia E. quantity of moist soil from the field Vegetable Compound. Hurvs Smith sold his easolluu mill rs so-,cl- al Order your seeds for tho homo gar-- ; Many gnr-- : dou In plenty of time. sedens are a failure because seed Is too lato after the reliable dcnl-.'.ecured havo disposed of their supply. Run a germinating test in order to determine the vitality of tho seed. JIcKlnlay ntul Taylor, of Dells Hun. .Mr. Clyde Fnnk ami wife, and lloulah Gnincs wont to Suiinydnle Sunday afternoon to see her father, who Is a worker for Uncle 8s in. and would only be at thst place u few hours. llarvo Smith has purchased Iho I'cto Smith farm and will move on to it lu a few days. A now telephone Hue Is belns; put up from Artemus Stewait's wtore. on Clear Run to Taffy. It will be comCull out your breeding pons. pleted In a few days. vigorous henlthy stock. Miss Susie Raymond passed Feed green food. through this plnco Krlday I'ftermmn Silage is splendid for lnIug hens. mroute to her home from Norrovk. Watch for colds. whore alio has been employed its Plan the mntlugs. toucher fur the pust seven months To secure uniformity there must Mr. Lnnntu Wade ami ramlly movbe uniformity In tho parents. ed on Itoscoc Uiilrd's placo Inst week Several of tho Uivs aro preparing Some food may become dangerous to leave hero the 23rd for iho enivon before It shows outward signs of campment at Camp Taylor. decomposition. Always keep food in clean utensils and use it without unAbout Coimttpndoti. necessary delay. Certain articles of diet tc -chPrk movements of tho bowel' The first reason for having good most common of these nro milk cows ou the farm comos the and boiled iMIk. On tho other hand j fact that they provide the chonprst, raw fruits, especially apples and bi best, and most wholesome food for tinnas, also graham bread and wlnlr ' tho family. Their value Is hard to wheat broad promote a move utrnt of estimate when wo consider the mt ooweis wnon me noweis nre unount saved on tho bills. Their pro- badly constipated, however, the sure duce is, a superior substitute for way is to take ono or two of Chamiiany foods necessarily purchased at berlain's Tablets Immediately after high prices. In fact, there Is no supper. m economic way of doing without plrn-- y - B' of good milk .cows on the f.n n ms FOR FLETCHER'S deep-rooted Cue-onlrho-se.te.i coinpnclod Into a ball, tho hnll broken Into halves, n strip of lltlnius papor lnld ncross ono part and tho parts prosscd firmly togothor again. After an hour or so tho ball of soil should bo again broken apart and tho papor removed. If tho paper ahows n decided pink color tho iniu-pl- o of soil Is acid. If n crop such us nlfalfa is to bo grown, It will be well to test samples taken from both tho surface and the subsoil. Is lo Charles QQG9WXmQG&GGQS&&9S&SG& w 1 1 eddies OSk.t uits Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, Y. fc, d8 V fc 9ttWitt'Q&&&9&SS&&9S&9&i aUkt TlSflfsjintfJihfyf ..! i Children Cry CASTO R A Children Ciy C A STO R A i ssnw ViAfcA-V- l VTCjjSV "n. ji M B m H ife HH m B Net Contents IjTIujiI Drachm A Hint to the Agcil. If people pa.st sixty years of age could he persuaded to go to bed as soon as they take cold and remain In bed tor one or two days, they wonld recover much more quickly, especially if they take Chamberlain; Cough Remedy There would also lis less danger of the rold being followed by any of the more serious diseases. m '5 .' ft :':'y) ' to on Mothers PLUCUNT. y For Infants and Children. Know That Genuine Castoria Ai"i:nimi. AVcc!aukfteparatiM6fA s.imlntiiWlheliwaDyiievu" Of lir.tiltieMem.uh'; and HowlIS g -- Children Cry FLETCHER'S OASTO R 'j FGR 3Sid Thereby l'romolimi Diicstta Mineral. Always Bears the Signature of I ('haiiilierliiln'.s Tablets. These Tablets ar intended especially Tor disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels It you are troit-blo- d with heartburn. Indigestion or constipation thoy will do you good. m Not J.AHGOTIC Jm M ln h&erou&s.vtizu Juipli.- Mitt ift htm .Cf rii SSS For - ihoinfiilKtmedYfcr Gonstii.ilioii ami Diarrhoea.; restiltinfijhjrrcmijnlnfancy facsimile v; and cvrnsnii" t mi: i v Si.i:li 1 -- Use For Over y , Sifter," 7rfi.-TniGoMP- :jr.wTuicl Thirty Years Women KxjLt Copy of Wrapper. In use for over 40yearsl Thousands of voluntary Idlers Iran women, telling of the good Casdul has done them. This is the best proof of the wins cf Cardui. It proves thr.t Cardui i.; a gcod mrdicine for woticn. T'tcrc are no harmM or habit-forming CASTORIA B&5ZH1SZZZZ We Knock the rat-pro- of Spots Out of Things rat-pro- onion-growin- Vi Ladies' and Men's Garments For Lazy Liver and Cleaned nnd PreBisd French Dry U. t USE LI V-VER-- Cardui. only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad aftcr-cKecl- drugs in It is composed Suporlor Manner. Seud us your the Troubles of Constipation. Garment! snd Mar. Them s. CLEANED CLHAN Packages called for and uellrerva WOMEN TAKE THE LITE PRESSING CLUE A. Ivu Null, Prop. MIDDL IIAinTOlU), KENTUOKT. The Woman's Tores Vii mn .r.1.. - "... I. .1 n- . x mmrvk-- x ('jtaBwnaana; V 4? s CASTO Rl A 30 a&7&Zc$& 'ri m&msm fpg-- Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken slclc, seemed to be . . . ," YvritC'3Mrs. Mary li.Yesle, of .Madison Heights, Va. "I fiGt down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just daggered around. I read of Cardui, nnd after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much belter. I took 3 or bottles at lhat time, and was able (o do my wo: k. Hake it in (lie spring when run down. had no . rpcti'-- r yiAK and I commenced ealiug. It is the best tonic I ever taw." Try Cardui. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay o9 from work for daya by taking calomel keeps yon when pleasant Liv- - Vtt-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyour trou,b le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl take anything else. You can't afford it. Eiiminatca poisons, cloansea y tem and rclievea constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It win won't bo long beforo Lio- - Vc-La- x completely displaco calomel in cvcrl home.t Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. None genuine without tho likeness and sign ture of L. K. GrigBby. For sale by " . cccd .' n si f WILLIAMS. Hartfor 'i sii'.un wcun4-, bu ii'. r, 't s oi i oLwAaVrzouDLE v? . '. t r i .i : K'Ji .OV, LIVEHAND evuytl.v.fj else falls, p'c..tfj;irt and femalo thy uic thu aujiremo th havo testiiled. 'u-n- DR. Manonlo J. H.THORPE THROAT, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses 0WENSB0R0, KY. EiE, EAR, a B ... nit('.Hr,e ever cold Tempi "4 'a counter. KTttJJPIMWaJ 1 Every Wonum W:mi' WT&tosxx: ISISONAI. WILL YOU TAKE OUR 1 Wm TOR J Wmm BHIPm BJSTVV ni GERMINAL REMEDY A Trtalimt for WEAK LUN6S AH Druggists J. TO 5c5?V? Pink-ham- iutei.i! m XA !,. KlYwTott&.&lZXrL) Hm riti.Mi.uMy rlauwaa tn wrcr for douche ttops pelvic catirri, ulceration and Inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkharn Med. Co. for. ten years. A healing; wonder for naa! catarrh, soru throat and sore a Frnnn.rii Disso'-'.-- tr CONSUMPTION A quick relief for Ibat tlied. ..,. ftcUor. courbt. oilai la chut, nl.1,1 i. ihifti. wtik luoci or cvaiumpllwa. If It isti not alp yon 1 cotta yea salUaf. a Lock ox.eio OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMVUB.O. 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