You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: March 1, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918030101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 1, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fifi &) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. Jtefira DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS flejMtMixim Subscription $1 per OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Yai HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918, No. 35 dlu Is cast, and tho 157 boys havo Ion that somebody was trying to steal continue Dally tho Amorlcans on KECAST1NG THE MAP donned tho khaki, and aro at or on TWO MURDERERS his wife, and arming himself with a northwest of Toul nro their sector HUNS STRING their way to tho front. shot gun and a pistol, he had scarcely under a heavy German artillery nro, OF RUSSIAN EMPIRE GET SHORT TERMS left the house In the last threo weeks. uro answering tho enemy but thoy PROFITS IN HOGS. Ills wlfo becoming alarmed at his PEACE OFFER guns with spirit and effectively uhull- enemy's front lino trenches, threatening condition had. hint arrestIng tho Mr. Roy Foreman, a farmer living battery positions and wire entangle- Huns Cut Slav Domain Into Men Who Killed Chief Of ed and brought hero for lunacy In- In the Goshen neighborhood, has quiry. Upon arriving at tho court ments. demonstrated that there Is money in Police Keath Are FinalFour Kingdoms To Kill Hertling Likes America's louse ho struggled violently to get refeeding hogs even during tho cold leased, and It required tho effort of ly Convicted. Their Power. Ideas, Says All Must off for est possible winter weather. Mr. several men to forco him Into the Approve Tho. Foreman has Just sent to market judgo's office. Forty iU drafted men and two voltwelve pigs which nt five and six M. II. In Russia German methods of parunteers left Hartford over the After being out fivo hours.tho Jury .J about 200 returned a verdict at llo'clock today Tuesday tition and division of tlo once mighty months old averaged & E. via Owonsboro, " CAUGHT AGAIX RUSS ISSUE WARNING morning for Camp Taylor. This is omplro Into weak ami petty states pounds which brought him $358. of guilty of manslaughter against Mr. Foreman hart carefully kept a Mack Logan and Frank Trlbblo for tli last of Ohio county's quota for Is following tho old Homon tactics of Ellis Dush, colored, (Drusilla's record of his feed, including table . the murder of K. II. Keath, chief of man) who was arrested last week on tho llrst drnft, and makos the full two thousand years ag). It was tho slop, and after deducting tho marOfficial Plea Made For Up- number called for from tho county. policy of tho ancient conquerors, ket valuo of all feeds used, hart left polico nt Dawson Spring, Ky July a chargo of assaulting his wife, was A laruo crowd of friends and well where they could not (simulate ter19, 191C, nnd fixed their punishment brought out before Judgo Cook and a profit of $145. Tho feed used was rising Against German years in tho pen- vns about to ho released from custody at two and wishers gathered at the depot to see ritory enptured, to dlvble It into petty SO per cent corn and 20 per cent itentiary. At a former trial Logan on his own bond, when tho Bherlff tho boys off. Tho Hartford school, tntes lu order to limit .Is futuro pow- middlings Horde. and other protein feeds. marching with a largo Amerlcnn Hag er. Was given IS years, Trlbblo three and arrested him on a bench warrent In redrawing tho map of Russia Constable Furgcson was acquitted. at tli j head came In a body to tho charging him with falling to support RIG REMAND FOR MULES. At tho time of tho killing K. D. in infant child, and locked him up and tho school children pageant Germany l establishing four separate New York, Fob. 2G Tbu German Impurlal chuncellor uuuiii litis told was an Imposing Incident. Tho spec- states. Tho Ukraino iountry which Everywhere thcro Is evidenco of a Rodgors, who had been arrested by again. Ho was later released oa the Reichstag thai u general peace Ih tacle added Impresslveness to tho oc recently taking ndvantago of general scarcity of mules, and prices aro be- Keath and served a jail sentence, had bond. a warrant sworn out for Keath, It was a solemn scene to see disunion set up a socilled republic. ing poBslble of dUcusslon on tliu basis casion. marked up by the military and of fosr cm want la! iiriuctpIcK laid down tho boys bidding a final farewell to embraces tho rich gfaln fields of southern demand. Mules wero not charging assult and battery. The ROILED DOWN. ionic time ago by President Wilson tholr relatives and friends. The hoys southern Russia, and Is populated r.umerous when the European war be- warrant was given to Constable o( people, will who summoned Trlble, LoIn ait nddruss to Congress. Almost wore in tho best of spirits, and In- with thirty million gun and tho stock has been materiNearly 500,000 soldiers are now gan nnd Rortgers to assist in making In In tlm name breath, however, tho usu- dulged In many Jests of tho trip be- proceed to maintain a Separate entity ally reduced In tho France. meanwhile. Dealapproval qtrullficutlons went entwined amid fore them. This was tho most cheer- with Germany protection and ers aro scouring the country for stock the arrest. Rortgers is alleged to gather- al. Russia Poland n tho German to fill ful bunch of soldiers that has his iitteruucws, loavlnt; tho During the year of unrestricted tho urgent demand. Mare havo fired at Keath Wlillo tho war border will bo a slate 'independent of mules aro that tliu Contral powers, if they ed hero for the trip to the camp. wanted in tho South and rant was being read, and the officer warfare exports of the UnitOnly four of the boys, whoso names and Lithunaiila, which embraces tho South is willing to pay from drew his gun and killed Rodgers. Lo- ed aru doalrouw of ponce, Htlll liavo tholr States to Europe Increased from $25 old Idculu of a victorious peace to wo published last week as called for practically all the Rujslan Baltic sea to $35 per head over what malo gan was alleged to have fired the shot $5,300,000,000 to over $6,000,000,- service, failed to appear. Two of coast with the great ports of Riga mules aro bringing. On tho Chicago that killed Keath, wlillo Trlbblo and 000. tliu foro. p and Libau, will he the (bird chip hewConditional upon tho acceptnnrc these. Leslie Shults and John market fat maro mules weighing Furgerson had their arms around the had not had their physical exam- ed out of the Russian block. This roni 1,000 to 1,200 pounds are bring- officer, trying to take his gun from veil of tho principles of President The next draft for a half million Wilson was tho declaration by Chan- inations completed, and Ilortlo Ford trimming will leave Russia Siberia ing $200 to $250, the gentleness of him. He was shot in the back of the men will probably come the last of and tho Ilolshcviki, pud tho bleak cellor run Hertling that thoy must and Arthur Ralph who wero unablo the mare mules being the reason for head. April or tho first of May. not only bo proponed by tho Pres- to appear on tho account of sickness mountains of tho north. Four Rus tho preference. sian states.with their petty quarrels ident, but actiiHlly bo recognized by Stllllo Leo Mason and Guy S. FROM RED AXD HOARD Malo mules arc sometimes inGov. Brough, of Arkansas, who nil States and peoples. In addition, llcflln, impatient because the draft and disputes, will bo less dangerous clined to kill hogs and damage prophas just returned from a visit to to German ambitions tlian tho ancient thorn was no court of arbitration In had not caught them.volunteered and By an agreement mado through Washington, says the opinion in erty generally. Roth the United which Germany could pluco hor trust, went along with the other boys to largo If loosly hung togethor empire. States and English Governments aro their attorneys, Glenn and Kirk, Washington circles is that the war ho said. Tho old accusation that the Camp. Tho boys were put In This scheme is tho most dazzling un- In tho market for largo numbers of John and Mary Coleman, of Deanficld will last three years yet. transportation charge of Prof. Claude dertaking of modern times, and the malo mules nnd aro taking the plain, havo adjusted their divorce suit, Great ltrltaln's war alms aro world will watch with feavorish inter was reiterated by the chan- Shults, of Narrows. out of court. It appears that Mr. aged mules at $1S0. A Chicago trade journal says it est tho issue of the venture. It Gercellor. Coleman had been confined in a cost the business interests of the many masters tho world sho can by An it endeavoring to divide tho TUB LEGISLATURE. for about ten years and that country $285.00 a ton to coal the STORM MONDAY AFTERNOON constantly fomenting tfuarrels among fiontliiiQiil of tho peoplo of Great upon his return homo recently, Ins four hundred supply ships recently and senatorial re- tho new states keep tho establishA legislative llrltaln tho spokesman for tho GorA right severe wind storm visit- wlfo had decided for somo reason sent to Europe. beman government declared that the disricting bill has passed both ment Intact, hut tho moment sho in- ed various sections of tho county that a permanent separation was Ti world Is longing for police, but that Houses, and will bo signed by tho comes unable, by either fbrco or Monday afternoon. Tho smoke desirable, and filed suit for divorce. The President has fixed the price trigue, to njwo or influeuco tho peoplo lato tho government of countries, enemy governor. This will bo tho first stack at tho Electric Light plantliere By tho terms of tho settlement, Mr. of the 191S wheat crop at $2.20 per n of tho Stato in thirty of this territory a general breakup was blown down, and left the town Coleman pays his wlfo tho sum of bushel. to Germany, wore inflaming the years, although the constitution pro- may any day again recast tho map in darkness for tho night. Candlci $500, and they agreo not to Interfor war. "There are," ho dramatically, "other voices to bo vides it shall bo done every ten of Russia. and coal oil lamps wore brought out fere with or molest each other. Tho United States is tho only naV U hoped these years. Tho Republicans will get a heard in England of tho closets and attics but most tion In tho war that has Increased PATRIOTIC MEETING larger representation in both llousos voice will multiply " of our citizens relieved tho situation A SERIOUS CHARGE its postal rato. as a result of tho legislation. by going to bed earlier than usual Little Rancor In Aildri'ii. Go to tho Methodist church Sun No serious damage was reported Annlo Pitman, of Rosiue, camo beAs n whole tho chancellor's adTen thousand peoplo were killed in and from out in tho country other than fore tho county judge a few days ago an earthquako In China, Sunday. " A bill has passed tho Senato giv- day morning at 10:00 o'clock dress was devoid of rancor, tho power to make mako yourself part of an occasion trees blown down nnd fences wreck- and sworo out a warrant for Stove o ing train conductors penkcr seemingly having as his Grlgsby, charging him with seduction to paint to those at home, who arrests for misconduct committed on devoted to arousing tho patriotic ed. Japan Is reported to bo planning spirit of tho people. Wo havo just s under a promise of marriago. Grlgs- to tako over a largo part of Russian ro dissatlsllcd with tho war In gen- trains. A PATRIOTIC FAMILY'. sent another bunch of our gallant by was at tho timo lu Butler county Siberia. eral and tho resumption of hostilities Senator Glenn has Introduced a bill boys on their way to a part In a desent to tho and tho ncalt Hussla, how generous Ger- requirfug horses and mules to work fense of our country.aml let us now Esquiro Hutler Rhoads, of Taffy, sheriff ofwarrent was for execution. man" Is Inclined to be. To this end that county Threo American soldiers wero killarouse the spirit of our peoplo to may justly claim tho honor of mak- Tho Butler county sheriff found tho ed In a German gas attack Tuesday. ho went to tho point of declaring tho roads, along with their ownors. support thorn In their perilous task ing the greatest sacrifice of Ohio man and put him undor bond for his that Germany had no desire to tho olllco of by every possible eneouragoment that county fathers to tho army of Uncle appearance for examining trial beA bill abolishing conquered territory In Courland, The Postmaster General has issued Sam. Threo of Esquiro Rhoades' fore Judgo Cook, March 9. an order raising the weight limit for Kkthoula, Lithuania and Livonia with- county assessor, and creating a coun- can bo given from tho loved ones at sons wero in tho bunch of soldior parcel post packages, when deliverin her grasp. In fact, tho broad as- ty tax commissioner, has passed both homo. Everybody out In tho country boys sent to Camp Taylor from hero Germany's Houses. It will not bo offectlvo un- who has a friend among tho soldiers ed In the first, second or third zones, GUT VACCINATED XOW sertion was made that Tuesday morning, nnd ho had a son- prtsent operations in Russia wero be- til tho tonus of tho present assessors In tho camp or at tho front who Is in from fifty to seventy pounds. already In tho army. Ho has expire. reasonable reach of Hartford should ing carried out solely to secure tho With smallpox provalent In varianother son in draft ago who will ous localities In tho county It Is attend this meeting. Food Boss Hoover has issued an fruits of tho peace she bad signed the "Tho Senato has passed a bill proTho following program has boon probably bo called in tho next draft. part of discretion for overybody who urgent call to the people to raise the with tho Ukraine Sqtilro Rhoades' father had four sous Meanwhile, altlio tho Russians viding for Increased pay for rural arranged for tho meeting: has not been recently vaccinated to biggest gardens ever this season. In tho civil war. and a Music by Orchestra. school teachers, making the minimhavo it dono at onco. It is the- only havo accepted Gormany's proposals Amorlcu by congregation, orSamuel Gompers, president of the security against tho spread of tills for peace, tho Germans are continu- um salary for llrst class teachors $50 NEGRO HOLDUP ing their inroads both in Groat and a month and second class $45. chestral accompaniment. loathsome disease County health American Federation of Labor, In a Scripture Heading and Prayer, by Tho bill also provides that when In north Sunday night wlillo returning from physician, Pendleton, will vaccinate speech in New York, strongly oppos t Llttlo Hussla. beingthoplaced in soma iiiouoy is not available with which the pastor, Hov. A. D. Lttchflold. tho opposition is hero, Cecil Daniel and without charge all persons unablo to ed tho ratification of tho national church Tho Rattle Hymn of tho Repubpath of tho Invadors, but evidently to pay tho teachers Intorcst bear Everett Shaver, two young men liv- pay for having It dono. It Is bettor prohibition amendment, arguing that ing warrants shall bo ibsued to pro- lic Lady Quaotto. tho pressure has not yet been ing near Honnetts, enst of town, to havo a soro arm for a fow days it would throw a largo body of laborReading "The Sorvico Flag," wero holdup, so thoy alleged, and than to havo to bo quarantined for ers out of employment. htay the progress of tho vide It. to Amelia Pirtlo. has endmy. Consldorablo lighting robbed by Aaron Mosley, a negro wooks. On account of a general food short-ag- o Presentation of Service Flag W. living In Huytl. Tho government has notified all tnkon placo nround tho town of According to the tho Legislature will probably pass 11. Harnes. canners to hold tholr entire stocks REMOVED TO SANITARIUM Pskov, which, according to .latest on tho young men's story thoy wore Calling of roll of nil tho boys In of canned goods subject to governhas changed hands several a bill authorizing tho uso of seines public highway near tho cemetery taking fish in tho rivers tho servko from Ohio county niid gato when thoy woro accosted by Tho canned goods Mrs. E. 11. Pendleton, in caro of ment requisition. times. In Volliynia tho town of and nets in answer by somo ono in tho congreKolonkowltz has been captured af- and lakes of the Stato, tho negro who demuudod two bits hor husband, Dr. E. B. Pondleton of private families will not be called gation, and placing of their namo on ter Doino lighting, and according to each from thorn. Thoy claim to and accompanied by Mr. II. P. Taylor," for. (lug Mr. C. O. Hunter. A HAM) OF TOBACCO tho Ilorllu olllclal communication have told him they had no monoy, wont to Lexington Tuesday, where Solo Tho Stnr Spangled Bannor, REVIVAL CONTINUES bands of tho llolshovlki in Ukraine but upon tho negro making some she will take treatment In tho Good I How llttlo drops of water and Miss Ruth Riley. havo been put to lllght by tho Gerviolent threats thoy gavo him fifty Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Pendleton Address Judgo J. W. Henson, of conts, whon they woro allowed to little grains of sand mako up tho Tho rovival being conductod by mans. has been In fulling health for might ocean and the continents of Henderson. H.ivo Cnpitul Ik l'lcn. proceed upon their way. Tho boys growing steadily worso tho Rev. Cannon at tho Baptist church Is Song "All Hall," congregation. camo to town Monday and sworo out hospital treatment was decided upon. being continued into the second An olllclal proclamation Issued In laud is Illustrated by tho tidy llttlo OITortory Honedlctlon, Petrograd calls upon tho people to sum of money being raised for the a warrant for the negro's arrest. Tho Mrs. Pendleton's friends nro week. Much interest is being manm negro, Mosloy, has heretofore born a rally to tho causo of Hussla if tho Red Cross hero by contribution by that hor malady may bo In- ifested and a great deal of good is beTill: EXEMPTION HOARD. good roputatlon. Ho has boon for llolshovlki government Is to bo sav- tho farmers of ono hand each of toing accomplished. Rov. Cannon Is somo timo omployd at the local curable. ed. A call also lias boon Issued to bacco to tho Red cross baskot providpreaching somo strong and forcMul After weeks of strenuous activity garngo, and Mr. Pato, tho manager, tho peoplo of tho capital to come out ed by tho ladles at each of the waresormons outlining tho tonets of VIOLENTLY INSANE. und aid In tho digging of dofonsivo houses. Many farmers In dollvorlng tho local oxemptlou hoard headquar- says ho had always found him reliaBaptist faith, Tho mcotlug will trenches and tho general arming of tholr tobacco hnvo contributed nioro ters reminds tho observer of Gold- ble and trustworthy. Georgo C. Sowell a laborer, living close tonight. Tho than n hand to tho Red cross basket, smith's "deserted village." tho capital. s ' near Beaver Dam wiis adjudged a DROPPED DEAD. Realizing tho seriousness of tho mid the total will not tho Chapter board members, tho examining phyFARM FOR SALE. lunatic here Wednesday, nnd sent to situation tho American unibassador quito a llttlo sum of money. Mrs. sician and tho assistant clerks havo tho Asylum at Hopklnsvlllo. Tom Henry, who had lived mo Mon- Tlco Hums has charge of the basket hied awuy to tholr accustomed purand his staff nmdo preparations Qroon Rlvor bot139 acres, Sowell Is a recent emigrant to Ohio day to quit Petrograd with tho Chl- - at tho Hums house, .Miss Ucatrico suits, and only Clork Coombs, mak- of his lifo about Taffy, but who 7 llaynes the ono at tho A. C. A. house, ing somo final tabulations, Is on deck. recently moved to Whltesvlllo, drop- county, coming from West Virginia tom, remaindor rolling f neso and Japanese diplomats who about Christmas. His folks live at acres timber, balauco in high statu wore arranging to depart. Tho am- und Mrs. Henderson Murphreo takes For many wooks tho board rooms ped dead at his homo In that town Vu. Ills wlfo was a of cultivation, ?i milo from boat bassador informed tho Stato Depart- caro of tho ono ut tho Westorflold wero a busy hive whoro young men Sunday. Mr. Honry had been In HolIvuo.W. Is a natlvo of tho county, landing, grist mill and store, 2 Poako, who ment at Washington that tho Gor- house. There Is quito a llttlo spirit wero coming lu to bo oxamined, or bad health, for soveral years, but his woro married In miles from Prentiss and 8 miles from was only eight hours of rivalry botweon theso good ladles arguo with tho board about tho mat- sudden death was wholly uuoxpocted but tho couplo man army-the- n Soptombor, Ho is thirty Boavor Dam. Four room dwelling by his friends. Ho was about fifty Illinois last for securing tho greatest amount of ter of classification, and whoro aiarch from Petrogrud. und good out buildings. und wives camo in to plead for years old and leaves a wife. Ills bIx years old and has no proporty. Oh tho various battlo fronts op- tobacco for (lie Red Cross, und we If interested, write or call P. S. has heon unbalanced Sewell's mind erations similar to those that havo aro not allowed to stato tho umouut the son's or husband's exemption romalns wero buriod Tuesday in tor sometime IIo had au halucina- - Lashbrook, Beavor Dam, Ky. 3513 cemetery, from military service. Out now tho Union Grovo U progress for several weeks bq far colleeUd. ' rerun one-ha- lf ' do-p- 1 Fur-gorso- n, Htiujil-clo- n at Wal-trl- ' impcr-lallst- lc San-itnrlu- pas-klo- add-ud- , uur-pos- u in-la- w son-in-la- - sulll-cie- nt 's, sonio-tlmo.a- , appro-henslo- us 2-- 3 up-lan- d, par-ou- ts (, J9 nmrnxt iiwMM i ixuMi.il MUMimiti. The Hartford A Now York now spa-pconstituents. correspondent lit itches a presidential boom for tr.o big Senator. Hut the New York co rrspondent mny Published Weekly by It will be PRINTING COMPANY have protected too t audi JBABTFORD Kcntucklans somethlnE f ll Incorporated W. S.TINSLET, to havo Ollle's nain associated with m. M. SMITH. the presidency. President Republican er ikc 8ec.-Trea- B. -- Editor KN HENRY T1I0MAB If, . T1NSLEY, Associate Editor and Business Malinger. Enter! necor.llns to Inw nt th lVstotflo Hartford, Kjr., ns tunll tmtter ot the feicni" SUM, THE SCHOOL AC V ILIA It V. We made n brief visit to the High School auxiliary to tho local Red Cross yesterday and round a bus bunch of young ladles, under the direction of Mis. John Wilson and Mis Owen Hunter, working like a beehive, making clothes for the destitute little children of Fiance and Uelgluiu. Tho school children are making bootees, caps, capes, sacks and blan-itetoi a general fitting of clothing .or the little orphans und the work is being splendidly executed. Thi patterns are furnished direct from the countries to which the cloth-nwill be bent, and although mad. by the loving bauds of America! jchool children, the stjles Jo n it dif .er with those to which the children, ire accustomed. In addition to training the schuo jlrls In needle und machine work 1. s Imbuing them with a spirit of use illness and national appieclallon thai vill last as lessons lor a lifetime ilrs. It E. L. Slmiucrmju has gen ruuslv donated a number of blau uts from which the small blanket. u made, and the ladles In charge mite a contribution of any tisefu tutorial people Intel ested ma fee Call In and set ailed upon to give hose little patriots at work and u cel sure jou will teel an impulsi to help. g - all communications ffct Hartford Republican. Address NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS obtcrlbOTs to dftlrlog the tmi'cr the old Hdiiruu iddres must glvo request. Id int to a tie msllnij th BulnfM Locale nnd Notices 10c per line and Sc er line tor each additional Insertion. Cbltuarlt. Iteeolntlona and Cnrd ot Think..'K Mae, money In advance. Church Notices tor services lre, but otht tdTertlments, Sc per line. InOBjrmons couimutilentlona "III receive no ttentlon HEAVEIl DAM. Health of community generally good. Miss Incno Tailor, of Howling Irecn, Is tilling the place made ucuut iu tho school by resignation of Prof Clifford Maddox who was drafted for army serv Ice Messrs, Henry Lovd and Joo U Williams, went to Louisville on business rectintly. Mr. I. S. .Mason visited hU fumll here Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Jessie Carson went to Louis vllle tin a business trip Mr. Fred Cooper has rented and will move Into tho Sowders house .Mr. Udls Shuver, of Llvermore, Is1 visiting friends und relatives, hero Mr. Wllslo Tuvlor und Whltter Rogers wlio were In s.chool at Howling Green have come homo on uc count of smullpox. NARROWS. Mrs. A. It. Renfrew and ohtluten ipcnt last week with relatives in Bowling Green. Miss Eunice Shults, who Is teach ng at Roekport, visited her parents ilr. and Mrs. J T. Shults, Saturdav ind Sunday. Miss Essie Lvnch went to Louis 'Me Monday to purchase milliner itock for Leva I Hros. Miss Eula Woosley, who has been eachlng near South Carrollton, has Iosed her school and returned home Mr. Claude Shults left Monday tor 'amp Tavlor. Miss Cecil White has closed hei ichool In the Mosley district, ne.u tVhltesvlIle, and Is at home. Mis. Joe Loyal and little daugh er, Thelnia Alice, are visiting rela Ives at Cane.vville. Hfi9HOSH!liHH329 BC tO a. and Coats Our Department is filled with very striking and pleasing evidences of Ready-to-Wear I the approaching spring.' The New Coats, The New Suits, The New Dresses In fashion's latest and best styles are ready for your inseclion. They are everything you could expect in style and beauty. All the wanted fabrics and colors represented. Give us an opportunity to show you. Cttra'borlarid ... Taimsrs' Muxvaal TELSPKOITEC. ..... 123 CO 1 riiin.vY MARCH If not Judge Slack then why not Judge John H. Gllltin, of Scottsvlllo for Judge of the Court of Appeal? P. BARNES HMftWHlHRX 1 & BRO. day, at about the hour of one o'clock p m , on a credit of six und twolro months, tho following described prop- General Pershing is calling for fhe of shoes for each soldier. We hope he Is not preparing the bovs. pairs Beaver Dam, Ky. for running. The girls, God bless 'em, in till' time of scarcity of cloth are doing their very best to make both emit of their dresses meet. The traveling men say that tbr hotel keepers are a little too darn ed patriotic In carrving out Hoover's orders to economize in foodstuffs. Tin: ri:d cross. Mrs C. E Smith made a nice large ted Cross service Hag and presentee t to the local headquarters. -- twent three Nineteen sweaters, nilrs of so and twenty eight hosplt Tho Owensboro Messenger Js whol il shirts, the work of the local Rec "ross ladles, has been shipped tc ly unable to understand why a Doni ocratlc State Senate would let i tational headquaiters at Cleveland Heaver Dam has been granted per little matter like the law stand ii Dillon to organize a local JinllLir? Its way of seating as good a Demo hapter ot the Red Cros. crat as Mr. McFarland. Mcllenry has applied for permis Tho government should Issue r Ion to open an auxilary chapter. Mr. J. 1. Iloslc gave a benefit ex mandatory order to the public to oh servo meatless and wheatless day lililtion of hlb picture show at Rock or lift the mock order that punishes )ort that netted the Red Cross treas wo poor devils who live in hotels ury $23. with corn hi end for bicakfast vvhllt M RRIACi: LICENSE. tho people in their homos aio eat ing light Hufty biscuits. L. I) Moiris 21. Poulsvllle tc G The best evidence that a Democrat ilereedes marlou 17. Fordsvllle. ic Legislature expects the next State J. Rrow .19, Fordsvllle to Hattic administiatlon to be Republican I Ireer :!2, Adahurg Eveiett Kissln seen in its stienuous eftoita to abol ;or IS, Hartford to Emma Hoovei Ish a largo number of useless otli es Iti, H.iitford. FIojs McCastlen 22 It will take care, however, that tin 'romwell, to Or.i Hell Clur.: 2s present Incumbents of these useles A E Johnson 2!, Para 'lomwell olllces hold on till their present terms lico to Iocs M Elliot 21, Green expire. tiver. William E Daugherty 21. rnold to Donie Keown IS, Anuilil That was a lino bunch of bovs thai enneth R Maddox 2u Rockpoit to left tho M. II. & E depot 'luesda.v iosslo A Cates IS, Roekport. morning tor a final destination oi "somewhere" in France. Lot u MRS. .MAUV ASIIRV. hope they all return for a happy ie union with tho loved ones at home Mrs. Mar .Vshbj, widow of J. E after they have plaved a patriotic Vshby, died at tho homo of her part in restoring the fieedoin of do laughter, near Went Providence, mocracv to tho nations of the earth fstpid.iv morning at 2 O'clock lurlal seniles will take place Wo have ouleied McFlul.o iiihIpi at lu O'clock at West Provi pain or a two per cent cut in s.Uarv leiue Deceased leaves a lare-- niitu-ie- r prepare a half column weekly oi of dliect relatives among whom Is that ubomlnablo "Stray Streak" drs Shults, wife of stuff, and It will appear regulail.v Ona Shults. hereafter, Tho stuft is m rotten that wo sprinkle catholic acid about out CARD OF THAMCS. desk whilo wo proof read It, but miidi pooplo Hko it. Theio is no account We wish to extend to our kind ing. for taste as tho old woman said leighbors and triends of Haitford when she kissed her cow. md Prentiss community our he.utfelt y hanks for their many acts of WJH. Kaltenbachor, tho political and kindness to us during the dopestor for tho Louisville Tlmo llness nnd death of our d.iillng and tho shrewdest political guos.xoi laughter and sister, Sarah Louise among Kentucky newspaper wriurs May God's l idlest blessings bo with hays Hon. M L. Heaviin, of 11 aih of jou in tho earnest praver ot b .being boomed toi Hie ReMR AND .MRS JOE WILSON AND publican nomination for Attorney CHILDREN General next year. Mr. Ilwiviln ranks with tho very ablest la.i.vers MWWIULE. In Kentucky, and would make a .a On account of tho muddy condition pablo nnd ethcient stato olllcla! )l the roads many of our farmeis are 'rating their tobacco and shipping it The sudden Hushing into tho lime-ligh- t, 'o Owensboro at Washington of Olilo Jame Mr urn! Mrs J L. Miller hud as romlnds us that a Soniitoil.il election ijuohtb Sunday Mr. and Mis. W. II will soon be nt hand. Since the Dodtfon and daughter, Leila, or HinPresidential electlun when Olllu went der, Okla , Mr and Mrs. J. T. Miller up nnd 'down tho laud solemnly asand children, Mr, A. T. Tomes, Vnlera suring tho mothers of tho country md Stella Ilrown, and Mrs. James T. that if Wdodrow Wilson was elect- Davis und son Elmore Diamond. ed President tho bones of their soiib Mr and Mis W. 11. Dodson left would not bleach on a torolgu bat- Monday for their home in Oklahoma. tle tiold, Washington has kept Ollle Thov woio uccoinpanied by Mrs Dod-(o- n In tho background, and tho public "s niece. Miss Mtidaliuo Miller. has heard llttlo of tho Roaring Lion u Mrs. Lulu Powors received a of tho Pennyrllo, but with tho apSunday announcing tho serious proach of tho election something Illness of her daughter, Mis. Wayne must bu done So Olllu makes a '.oe, lu Oklahoma. Mr. Lee and speech in (ho Senate defending the amlly wont to Oklahoma from this President, vvhutover that may moan, place only u few weeks ugo. and tho Provident wilteu Olllu u let-tMr. Joo Velsor, of Island, has of congratulation, und of course bought Mr Jeff Aldridge's farm, nil tho Kentucky pupers will print ioar hero tho President's letter, Ami then to Piof and Mia J. W Kirk aro tho h make, useuiuik-- doubly suro Olllo'b proud parents of their llrst born. name-- getu duo prominence before bis It U n L'lrl, uud was born Feb. 27tb. sym-lathirt-fortole-gruior -- ionic good tint nr Terms will be MvslI.K ( OMMLsslONEH'S SALE. made know n on u tv of sale CENTEUTOW.V. FISCAL C'Ol'RT OF OHIO COl.NTY Ohio Circuit Court. Messrs. .Matthew Henton, Stllllt lly C K SViril. Otv of Hartford. &c , PlalntlQa. Owen Holten, Leonard Ilish dason. SAM L 5 E ENS, vs jp and Guy Hetlln left here Tues Notice W C 1 LNKENSIIIP. lay for Camp Tavlor. Jonnle T Moseley, X.c , Defendants. Committee. Mrs. O'Flvn Is the guest of! PurnURiil to a judgment and order ter daughter. Mrs. E M Morton of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court .SEED I Oli,N FOR SALE Mr Shelby Hoskett spent Frldav renderod at Its October term. 1914. md Saturday of last week In Louis-lllTho price of mv Hoonc County iu the above at led action, for tho White seed corn from this ditto un- purpose of paving tho Judgment of Quite a crowd of joung folks d til further notice, shelled, graded, the plaintiff against the defendant a candy pulling at Mr. Tom sacked, ready to plant is ?i 00 per lu tho sum of ?f 7C, with Interest Jenton's last Thursday night. bushel. The seed is from a plot of thereon at the rate1 of C per cent per ..us. jiiwu iujwu is urj- sick ai .,,- .i,,,, in average of annum from tho 1st day of January, his writing 10S biiBhels per acre, Is perfectly lUon. until paid, and the costs of ,,.- u. ..... ..a.cuiiuiianu , ii. it .. mature(I ,lry and tight on cob If this action and the cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry no week-en- d . c. Knott strong germinating, vlgoious witn .vir. growtnd wite. ing, high v folding, acclimated seed to the Highest and host bidder nt Prof. J. C Lawrence went to will increase the crop only flvo bush- the court house door in Hartford, Saturday. els per acre, thoro will bo an addi- Kentucky on Monday, Mrrch 4th, Mr. Hvron Mason and .Air. Spur-;eo- n tional 85 to 10 bushels of corn on 111 IS, It being regular Circuit Court Park went to Owensboio account of ono bushel of seed. The with the soldier bovs. best Is the cheapest JOILN T. JACKSON. Parts, supplies and needles for all .1 Itf Roekport, Kv nakes of sewing machines. Needles K !0e per dozen, shuttles $1J)0 each, NOIiCE. ash with order. If possible send iroken or worn parts when ordor-n- g, Notice is horoln given thtit th" tin also name of machine Machines derslgiuil l.ir.d owners of ohlt iai i (old on easy monthly or jearly s, ty. Kent n'k, will petition Hi j hi) old machines taken iu County Court at its Apill, 10 is Write for catalogue and term ,to establish a public Did run No obligation. Agt-ntwant-d- . niiig from the Hurt ernis ford and A. C McKINSEV, road to tho Mclloiirj and 124 West 3rd St., road, which course Is as fol Ilt4 Owensboro, Ky lows. Heglnnlng at tho Contortown and FOR SALE. Hartford road on Joe Ford's land; thenco running lu u soutl.erlv diTour good work hor.ses. See J. rection about ItOu jards acioss the . Cl'RTISS, at once, Hartfoid, Ky lands of said Joe Ford to the Limit of Mrs Elvira Miller about DOu .ml EPWORTII LEAtiFi:. to the lands of Joo T. Miller; th'i,, running In an oHsterly direction Tho local Epworth League will tho lands of Joe T. Miller following programme Sun- icross render the about 100 vards to tho lands of Lonoy day evening, C: J 5, next: Minton; thence running in an easSubject "Winning Others to terly direction across tho lands of Christ." Loney Minton about 250 vnrds to the Lender Raymond Yelser. of-Sprinlands of tho Williams Coal Coinpiu g Song Rescuo tho Perishing. uy; thenco ncross tho lands ot tho Scripture John 1, 85-IWilliams Coal Company to tho Prujer Hy Pastor. and Centertown road. "How to Win Others to Chiist." Olvon under our hands this llm Wade Mai tin. Hth day of Februury, 1'JIS "Why be a Fellow Worker" LONEV MINTON. Heat rice Hean. E M FORD, sought-fo- r Praver Judge J. H. Wilson JOE FORD, -Song True Hearted, Whole HeartOSCAR STEWART, ed. .1412 I). L. FORD. "A life of Personal Work" Martha Rhoads. "What Wo Should bo Doing Dallv for Others" Alllo Litchfield. Song Come Every Soul by Hill Oppressed. Announcements. Hcncdlctloii. 1 j e. en-oje- erty, to-wl- t: ,,, ,,, - , o In tho town of Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, on Union street, and bounded on tho East by lot of G. II. Llkons; on the South by Union street; on the West by Dr. J. S. Morton' lot; on tho North by A. T. Nail's lot. The purchaser will be required to execute bond immediately nfter salo with approved security and n Hen will ho rotnlned on said property ua additional security. Privilege Is given to purchaser to pay tho purchase price In cash without executing bond. Given under my hand this tho 13th day of February. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN. 33t3 Master Commissioner. Ernest Woodward, Attorney. Otto house mid lot sltuuted jf?aftftAWtei Oar New Spring Goods eginning To Arrive pty-nent- s Cent-i-tovv- Cen-torto- New Coatsuits, Skirts and Coats that embody superior style, quality and finish. Authentic designs fol- lowing the best conception of American and foreign authorities. Our stock Coatsuits represents the cream of American production. Every suit has that much distinction of finish, fit and appearance so dear to d& av Mothers the heart of every woman who pays 1 attention to the propriety of her attire. 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. ' mm Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A I Mgfreys I 9 NOTICE OF SALE. Tho Flbcal Court of Ohio county will on thu 1st .Monday In March 1918, oiler nt public sale to tho highest and best bidder about 100 acres of tho Almshouse farm, tho part pro posed to be bold being the east end or bald farm, ami containing ubout 45 acies of woodland, and ubout CC acres of cleared laud. This is very tract of hind, situated ubout 2"i miles east of Hurtford.und any one desiring to purchaso a farm will do well to look this laud over before buying. There is a good vein of coal underlying this land, uud also er mirage i FariieQMm A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. StTCBly.fi re jreari cootinu. Mil w2 hrlo krc) tba LttU .oca U?yr d heUIir. 2)c. Uuk i rxu oWtk'i r I f fnrfl itoictkikI tl yti dttlrr nnty lu uim tint kt lUmpt am w. I m4 M- - ji FREY'S VERMIFUGE cu otei you. Krp. txxd. Wr. cakuX ll uh it the bcit teibmonitl trsa ri. ipiBtai. E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. HD. ui yt lie ill Carson (EL Co. HARTFORD. KY. - ztauz ki irtwr fltnn Mrs. T. C. Strntton. of Cromwell, Is vory sick of kidney trouble Martin nnd Jacobs liavo Installed n grist mill near Millers storo on tho Lcltchflold road. Spring Coats! Our first shipment of Ladies' Spring Coats, Suits, and Silk Dresses and Skirts are now in our house ready for your inspection. We congratulate ourselves on being able to show you a line that we consider by far the prettiest that we have ever shown. We show them in all df the leading spring colors. You can come to us with the assurance that you will get the newest in style and fabric. McCALL PATTERNS V " Hud Hrown, of near Djanfleld.dlou Tuesday of tuberculosis. Ilev. Walter Orcop nnd George Johnson aru teaching a moonlight Mrs. Aunio Laslibruok has gone to sehool at Horse Hranch. I niFvmv (mwk place women of taste upon the tame st) le basis. The woman In moderate 1 4 1 DrrolKM PmoiiM circum can easily atfor J to clothe herself stylishly; the woman of means may well beproudtowear stances McCal! signed dc- - gowns. Mr. and Mrs. Iko Shown, of tho Washington neighborhood, liavo a Mrs. Cora Chupmnn, of Uoslno, wee bit of it girl nt their houso. died Sunday and wan burled lu tho HosIih! cemetery Monday Slio leaves Mr. uml Mrs. W. T. Woodward, a husband nmt five children. who had imciit tho winter with their son, Clayton, lu Texas, returned homo Vulcan Chilled Plows, Hluo lllrd Friday. Plows, repairs and parts for same and points for Oliver Chilled Plows, county board of health ut W. E. ELLIS & PRO'S. 34t4 has ordered all porsoits In tho county over twenty one years old, who havo Mrs. T. Q. Kortnoy and little son, not been vaccinated, to bo vaccinated" Karl, of Central City, visited Mrs. at once. Kortney's sister, Mrs. C. K. Smith, from Friday until Wednesday. Mr. Owen Hunter went to Utloa yesterday to attend the burial of his Mr. Charllo Johnson, of near cousin Robert Hunter who died of died last week. Mr. Johnson spinal meningitis somewhere in was n cnndldato for the Republican nomination for Jailer last year. Tho-Davlss Ma-gan, Oavless county for an extended visit with relatives, t ijb4 i"fc,'-- y sffiSvr . r - " j"m McCall Patterns for March NOW ON SALE Joe Wilson, a farmer living FERTILIZERS specially prepan-- 1 in Hartford, lost n colt for Kcntusky Crops and Soils. ,'ow Sunday. Mr. Wilson has lost eight goods. horses within the last two years. 3Ct4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO Mr. two-year-o- ld JONES HK3H GRADE ANIMAL SPRING MILLINERY. Our Millinery Department will be in charge of Miss Hazel Berry, a lady of wide experience. Miss Berry will arrive Monday, and will immediately care for your needs, if you desire to purchase before our regular millinery opening. Capt. John G. Kcown, traveling Mr. Estil Park, who has been with collector for tho J. I. Case Farm tho Ohio County Drug Company for Machine Company, came homo Sun- several years, has resigned his poday for a few days stay with his sition, and will go to Kansas to visit his brother. Scrgt. Cecil Hoops, an Ohio county Mrs. E. W. Ford Included a year's soldier boy stationed at Camp Green, subscription to Tho Republican to N. C, is on furlough, and Is visiting tho birthday presents made to her his parents and friends at Taylor father, .Mr. W. P. Render. Uncle years old WedBfllio was ninety-tw- o nesday, and is btlll halo and hearty. Miss Mny Rogers has accepted tho The Republican Joins his many prlnclpalship of tho Fordsvlllo Grad- friends in wishing for him many ed school made vacant by Prof. more happy birthdays. Claude Shults' regisnation to enter tho army. W. S. Taylor, an Colleges Student, and graduate, has Judge J. W. Hcnson, candidate for been elected to tho Chair of Agrlcul-ura- l tho Democratic nomination for Judge Education at Cornell University. of tho Court of Appeals, will speak Prof. Taylor has many friends and at the court houso Monday. relatives in Ohio County. Ho is a son of Squire II. B. Taylor of PrenJ. V. Stimpson, tho Owensboro tiss and a Grand Son of Mr. W. B. lumber man, has put in a saw mill Render of this place. to cut the Henderson McDowell tim The management for tho Simmons ber, east of town. It will require nbout a year to work up tho timber Coal Company has arranged for tho importation of fifty negro laborers on this farm. from Detroit, Mich. It appears that I DESIRE TO RENT some good the demand for labor in tho northland, wish to grow tobacco, will pay ern cities has drawn moro colored either cash or part of the crop as laborers from the South than aro rent, havo a good team. Address needed, and thero Is now a homeCHAS. McCONNELL, McHcnry, Ky. ward movement on tho part of ne gro laborers. A little four years old girl of Mr. Mr. Robert Castlen, of Owensboro. Joe Wilson's died Saturday night of whooping cough, and was burled who has been bookkeeper at tho A. Sunday in tho family burying ground C. A. tobacco warchouso hero for at .Prentiss. Funeral by Rev. R. D. sometime, received a call Monday morning to como to Camp Taylor for Bennett. army servico in tho Medical Hospital You who aro lu need of a good corps. Young Castlen Is a clever road wagon ono that will run light boy and made many friends during and. last long, and give satisfaction his short stay in Hartford, who will buy the Owensboro Wagon from wish for him a safo return when ho ACTON BROS., has performed his 'duty to his country. Hartford, Ky. SCIIOOI INSPECTOR HERE. Mines. 3s doin:;. You simply guide it with the steering wheel easier than you can 'guide a team every thing right at your finger tip3 with plenty of power. You can work as many hours as you with in all kinds of weather on all kinds of jobs. sit where you can watch the work the implement you couldn't ride your horses and do a good job of cultivating, plowing, drilling, mowing or any other Kind of farm work. Neither can you do it with a tractor. With the Tractor you Moline-Univers- See Iipw the operator of a Moline Universal Tractor sits on the seat of the implement just as he would if he were driving a team. You know Two-Wheel You Ride the Tool Not the Tractor b HIM ft WW ORIGINAL iv New Woolens, New Wash Goods, New Silks, etc., in abundance. McCall Patterns in stock. Shop at the store of convenience, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money Does All Farm Work Without Horses It U Tirnw nnniirrh tn An nil farm nmrt. yet light enough to work on soft plowed ground without packing the soil. -It will cultivate as ivell as plow. -- It will do your discing, harrowing:1 v RACTOR Hi! SNdWK I&l&Gb. The Hartford FRIDAY, -- -- -- -- Republican s.:MARCH For those good ONION SETS you ."G- tneed go to Acton Hros. Mr. Wllburn Phillips, of Aetnavillo, was lu town Tuesday and qualified as deputy county court clerk -- planting, mowing, haying, harvesting---i- n short, anything you can do with horses and all belt work on the average farm. It will do all this easier, quicker, cheaper than with horses. It pulls the load of 5 horses and furnishes 10 to 12 horse power on the belt! It is made and backed by one of the oldest, strongest, most dependable farm implement companies in the world, and built in the largest tractor factory, m the world. It is the only tractor which'will do all farm work without horses. It is low in first cost and inexpensive to operate. I (12) -- Jo. Personal News : : and Social Euents, Mr. and Mrs. William Vaughn, of McHcnry, spent Sunday in Owensboro, the guest of relatives. Miss Ileulah Moore, of this city, has accepted a position ns llnotypo operator in Tho Republican olllce. The Automobile Has proven beyond a doubt its economy and efficiency, and as a means of transportation is one of the prime factors in the successful prosecution of our everyday business. Dr. L. It. Dean was in Owensboro yesterday. Mr. A. B. Renfrow, of Narrows, was in town Monday. Mr. M. F. Chumley, of Simmons, was in town Monday. Go to W. E. Ellis & Pro. I ILK for 3 H2 und building paper. Mr John Davis wife, of Taffy, is very low of lung trouble. Mr. nnd Mrs.' Willis Ilollln. of wore In town Mondav C Two cash at W. 12-1- Hef-1- u, Disc Harrows cheap for 13. ELLIS & BRO'S. Mrs. Fred Stanley, of Beavor Dam, visited In Leltchfleld last week. Mr. W. S. Brown, of Centortown, called to seo us whllo In town Mr. E. S. Mauzy, of Beaver Dam Routo a, culled on us whllo lu town Tuesday. You can buy your Straw Matting and Matting Rugs from ACTON BROS. 34t2 O. W. Williams, of Botvor Dam routo 3, was among our visMr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foreman, of On account of tho storm Monday Narrows, visited their daughter, Mrs. ovenlng wrecking the smnko stack Foster Bennett tho first of tho week. on tho electric light plant, Hartford has been in the dark for several All kinds of tho best grades of nights. Light service was resumed grass seed, as cheap ns tho cheap- lust night. est at W. E. ELLIS & PRO'S. In reporting last weck-th- o trial of Tako your produco to tho storo Dud Chlnn, charged with grand larthat keeps in touch with tho best ceny, wo said ho was charged with market prices. stealing tho money from Mrs. Ellis 3412 ACTON BROS. Slovens, when wo should havo said Mrs. Ellis Smith. Mrs. W. B. Frost, of Owonsbro, camo over Saturday to bo with Iter Mr. J. D. Holbrook, of Buford, mother, Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, who and Mrs. Mary F. Westerflold, of is seriously ill. Mngau, wcro married at Owensboro lust week. Mrs. Westerflold was tho Mr. U. S. Carson bought a faun widow of tho lato James Vester-flcl- d, Monday from Mr. Willis Ilollln, of a merchant at Magna. Hollln. Tho land lies on Rough river just bolow town. According to tho Concord correspondent of tho Hartford Herald tho Seo us for your Gardon Rakes and oil wells near that place havo quit Hoos. Tho houso whoro quality und working on Sunday. This suddenlowest prices provail. ly dovelopod piety on tho part of 34t2 ACTON BROS. tho oil wells is certainly a novelty. J. W. Davis, assistant stato school Inspector Is hero to check up and adjust tho accounts of dent Shults and Superintendent Howard. No irregularities aro involved, but as tho time- for tho completion of this work expired soiue-tlm- o ago tho Inspector camo hero to arrange It. The Farm Tractor Now looms up as an unmistakable evidence of progressive farming, and bids fair to excell anything that has ever SMALLPOX WANING. Only two new cases of smallpox aro reported for tho county this weok Ono near Sandefur's crossing and ono at Davidsons Station. Hartford Is now, It Is bolloved, through with tho So far thero havo been disease. about a scoro of cases in tjio county, but no deaths or serious illness has resulted. been introduced to increase production at a minimum cost. .it. V Mr. and were ily of Mr. tho first of Mrs. Z. Hnrrel, of Rock-por- t, tho guests of tho famTom Black a few days tho week. itors Tuesday. Wo havo a largo supply of Rugs on display now. Como and got first choko whllo picking is good. 34t2 ACTON BROS. Tho Stork visited tho family of Attorney C. E. Commonwealths Smith was in aroenvlllo on legal bus- Mr. und Mrs, Lonoy Johnson, of tho Hickory neighborhood, Sunday and iness Wednesday. left a weo bit of n girl. Mr. JJoll Fryiniro and son, RanMrs. Barnard, wlfo of Mr. E. P. dolph, of Horse Branch, wero lu to Barnard oast of town has smullpox. nif, us Wednesday. This is tho third inomber of Mr, Mr. James Park, a rural carrier Barnard's family to havo this disoaso. at tho Hartford olllco, lost a valuaHurry und book youi ordor for E. ble horso last week. B. Thompson stock of flue eggs If fllrs. Moo Leach, of Roslno, loft you want to havo some flue chicks. Day old chicks Tuesday for Cullfomia whoro sho $2,00 por sotting. 3,00 por dozen. J. C. ILER, will Join ,ier husband. CHICKKXS. I have thrco flno pens of E. B. Thompson Ringlet Barred Plymouth Rocks. Just received two flno cock-ro- ls to head two of my pons direct from N. Y. I am now booking orAt a rccont meeting of tho Concord ders for eggs f2.00 por setting. Baptist church James Allen and Fred J. C. ILER. Pattun woro elected deacons. Thoy will bo ordained tho second Saturday REV. J. W. WKLBON night in May, Rovs. Shields, of IN BEAVER DAM Beavor Dam, and Jenkins, of Owensboro, will ussist ut tho ordination. Rev. J. W. Woldon, of Loulsvlllo. Ky., who is assisting Rev. Mooro, tho Mr. Frank Black left Tuesday local pastor, in conducting a series morning for Evausvillo, whoro ho of meetings at tho Methodist church, expects to buy work horses to soil at Beavor Dam, delivered ono of tho uguin to Ohio county farmers. Tho best patriotic Iocturcs nt tho opera heavy sales of mules in recent mouths houso, Sunday ufternoon over hoard has created a scarcity of work thoro, so pronounced by tho best critIn tho county, and thero is now ics. Rov. Woldon is a spirited ena wldo demand for them. thusiastic speaker and thoroughly demonstrates his positive belief in A local in this paper last wcok, his every uttoranco, not only in tho mentioning that Miss Mario Hard-wic- expression of his countenunco, but by of Owensboro, was visiting in overy fiber of his body. Rov, WolHartford was taken from tho Owens- don is working up a great revival boro Messenger. Later wo learned thoro, having great crowds, profound that Miss Hurdwick had not como to attention, and it appears that Ueav- Hartford, but had just been married er Dam is to have a great spiritual luwakcnlug. to Mr. Duvo Rudd, of Owensboro. ls k, 4 With This Idea In mind we have to offer our customers the MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR. In stock right now. We have consider- ed the tractor proposition from every standpoint of which we are capable, and firmly believe that we have the tractor best adapted to the needs of this section. Tractor may be seen now at our warehouse, and public demonstrations will be later. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky, ItmmMi immmmmmmn WRWJWWWOW'WB Vf ww v rs- - CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES MONDAY The Circuit Court will convene hero Monday" for a two wooks term. Tho docket Is n modernto ono in length, as Judge Slack and Comimu-wcalth- s Attorney Smith have cleared the docket of much of tho rubbish thorn by their predecessor in office. A number of Import. mt suits are on the docket, and it will be n busy term. Tho docket follows: CIHC'L'IT COIT.T DOCKET. How To Use Tbi,e TELEPHONE A 'W Did it ever occur lo you that you might not be using the telephone in the .' right way? Do you speak sideways, above, below, or six inches away from the transmitter of your telephone? Ck First l'-- Day March Orders.) I. ' You should talk directly into the transmitter not simply at it. Keep your lips about one inch from the mouthpiece. Speak in an even tone. It is not necessary to shout. There is much that can be said about the proper way to telephone, but these little rules will help. When you Telephone Smile ' TELEPHONE CUMBERLAND AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J. HUXTEU MATTIIKWS, MAXAGCIt, HAKTl'OIU), KV. rm Department HATCH KAKIA" chickens give the best results because they are, as a rule, the strongest and most vigorous. They are produced from eggs laid while the hens are in their best period of laying, hens lose something of their vitality and" their capacity to transmit vigor to their offspring, and chickens are, on the so whole, decidedly inferior to early-hatchIn inherited vigor and constitution'. Hecausc they are more thrifty and d chickens vigorous, make quicker, better, and choaper growth than late chickens. Thrift chickens get more from a given quantity of feed than others. Weak and undersized chickens often consume as much feed as larger and birds and still make no preceptiblo growth. Early chicks Withstand Meat. Early chickens develop beforo summer to the stage where they can withstand extreme heat and the attacks of parasites, which are most numin hot erous and troublesome Lato chickens are likely weather. to bo caught by severe heat jubt at tho stage of their growth when in their weakened condition they then become an easy prey to Hco and mites, their growth is interrupted, and when tho cold wet wcathor comos in tho fall they are peculiarly to it. Vigorous early chicks find the coolness stimulating and arc not injured by the dampness, itodiuos Hutching; itisks. Early hatching reduces tho risk duo to tho vicissitudes of hatching. When eggs do not hatch woll oarly in tho season there Is timo to ml tho reason for poor hatching and correct it beforo tho season Is too far Early-Hatche- d late-hatch- ed advanced to get reasonably early In chicks in the numbers desired. that case poultry production may not be reduced at all, and egg production When Is retarded only a few weoks. late hatching is not satisfactory tin- crop of poultry is cut short and egg production falls. Early-hatche- d cockerels aro ready for the market when price aro highpullets lay when est. Early-hatche- d prices of eggs are highest. Look After Fiirm Tools. Farm machlnory in rccciu years has played a very important role in 'rop production. and this year Its place in farm operations is more important than ovorbofore. The proper amount and kind of tools will enable the farmor to work more land and early-hatche- bottor-develop- K IA. i increased use of machinery frequently makes it possible to manage tho farm with loss help. Ono of the greatest causes of deterioration of farm tools and implements Is the ex posure to tho woather and the failure upon the purt of the farmer or laborer to clean them properly before they are put away for tho season when they aro not In active use. 'here is a wido variation In tho length impllments of life of tliobe farm treated properly and those left to rust out in tho fields. This difference is sufficient to pay liigh interest on tho initial cost of good farm storage and care during tho winter months is responsible for much of the tho best time in which to repair machines and put them in proper mechanical condition. The farmer has everything to gain ami nothing to loso by placing his order us early as possiblo for now machines and ropair parts which will be needed next soason. If this fact Is truo In normal times, its Import-tanc- o Is magnified many times now that shipments frequently rcqulro longer time. Tho farmer hus boon advised times concerning tho withut number desirability of overhauling farm tools during tho slack .uid Implements season. Whether such advlco Is Instead I took Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's wceBsury or whether it is acted upon is to :i Vegetable Compound in normal times now.notThoquestion for be considered need and Was Cured. ample machinery, running smoothly nnd without breakdowns in IMS, Baltimore, Md. "Nearly four years sulTered from organic troubles, ner is more important to the farmor I than ever before. To this end steps Six Years Ago, Thinking She Miglit Die, s vousness nnd Says Tcsa3 Lady, But Now nnd ovory should bo taken this winter. month would have to She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Prdsss Cardui For stay in bed most of Don't overstock your yard. Twon-t- y Treattho timo. Her Recovery. to thirty wjuurq fuel for each lion ments would relievo mo for a timo but U an avoragu allowance my doctor was Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary tho better. That was sis years r.go urging mo to wnctJI1! Jiavo an operation. C o(d pastures are OHsoutial for nnd I am still hero and am n woll, of thl3 place, says; "After tho My sister asked mo profitable boef production. i. Plant try Lydia K. I'ink-- -' pasture grasses uvur the wasto lands birth of my llttlo girl... my oido com- Btroug woman, nnd I owo my lifo to ha m's Vetrotablo and care for the pasture us if It menced to hurt me. I Cardui. I had only taksn half tho had to co back Compound before bottle vhon I buan to feel betUr. a consenting t o a n were a regulur nioiioy crop. to bed. Wo called the doctor. IIo operation. I took y Fho misery In my Bldo got Imb... 1 fi ve bottles of It and treated me... but I cot no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardui How's I It has completely s cured me nnd mv Vt'e otter One Hundred Dollars Howard cot worso and worse until tho misery until I had taken threo bottles and I work 13 a pleasure I tell all my friends for ttny case of Catarrh Hint cannot bo curoil by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. was unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any moro for I wao well who have any trouble of this kind what Mo1U'Iik hns tioen taken Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com- byHallV Cot.nrli Tern for tho past thirty-liv- e and novcr felt better in my Ufa... I luturili null. pound has done for me." Nbllie It. years, and lias become known as tlio threo months and suffered such nRony have nevor had any troublo from that C09 Calvcrton Rd., Balti-mormost rdluble lomedy for Catarrh. Unit's Brittingham, I Catarrh MedKine acts lliru the Hlooil on that wa3 Just drawn up In a knot... day to this." Md. Mo Mucom mirfac.g, tho Pol. 13 only natural for any woman to It I told my husband if ho would get m from ilm IllooU and hfullng tlio dls-.Do you suffer from headache, backdread tho thought of an operation. So portions. me a battle of Cardui I would try it. . . ache, pains in many women have been restored to After you have taken Hall's Catarrh aids, or othor discomhealth by this famous remedy, Lydia E. Medicine for a short timo you will see a I commenced taking it, however, that forts, oach month? Or do you feel Finkham's Vegetable. Compound, after ;r at Improvement In your Keneral an operation lias been advised that it li- ultli. Bturt tMkliitr Ilall'H Catarrh Midi-cin- e evening I called my family about weak, nervous aud fagged-outIf bo, at once and will pay any woman who Butters from foi testimonials, Ret rid of catarrh. Send free me... for I knew I could not last civo tuo woman s tonic, a such ailments to consld r trying It beco- - Toledo. Ohio. 2 A .cln?.jy?Y many days unless I bad a change for trial. fore submitting to such c trying ordeal. Sold b nil Drueudts, 71c. J. 71 ed lo 11 DOCTOR KD AN OPERATION Everett, Guy C. 1). weapon. 5185 Shelby Morris forulflcatlon. TilOS Arthur Duncan C. D. wen pen. 51:17 Claude tlraves soiling liquor. Iieace. 52 IS Same C. 1). weapon. 5120 Same carrying weapon. 5:124 Murray Crowe II. of peace. 5430 Harry QrllTIn eellliiK Honor. 5U25 Loreuzu Hamilton petit 5431 Same same.' 51 19 Mack Owen -- same. 522G Murray Crowe IT. A. langiuige. Klftlith Dnj .UhitIi is. 5233 Claude Graves C. 1). weapon. 5355 L. M. Honch cutting timber. 3241 Jesse Eulkerson, et a I, mur- 5187 Alex Kelly procuring liquor der. 5141 Tom Wright false swearing. tfj 1). V. wor- 64 12 52D9 Heed Hurt, et al., ltasll Lawrence liquor for sol' ship. 5117 Clyde. Funk knowing female 5277 Owen Cash, et nl., petit lar- 6463 J. P. Taylor appeal. ceny 5464 Same same. 527S Henry Whittakcr 0. D. weap- B4B8 George Johnson road over- on. seer. It H. of 6469 Ktifuss 5279 Joe St. Clair, et al Carter same. peace. 5411 Noble Taylor same. ."2S4 Herbert .Mldkiff C. D. wrap-o- n .Vlnctli Dm)' March CSiSEdresn 5326 Rarnest Lltsey murder. soiling liquor. 6460 K. B. Sitllenger cutting line ."290 Tesslo Hassott 5298 Same same. tree. 5294 Joe Early, et al., housebreakThe Grand Jury will be impannel-e- d ing. the first day, and it Is composed 5299 Caney Daffron soiling liquor of the following named citizens: 5;',05 Marshall Xnll murdor. B. O. Dodson. V. W. Balso. Robert 5311 Hardin Tanner, et al. G. lar- Hlckey. J. W. White. Arthnr Smith. ceny. Jack Wilson. W. T. Sanders. Chn 5IJ14 Tom Oiler soiling liquor. Martin. J. C. Iglehcart. J. W. Muffett. The Slnd You Kivc Always BouKht, and which has been 5:125 Ike Krank &c. breaking It. It. A. W. Ilecker, J. W. Odell. J. 1. in ibe for over ocr 30 years, has borne tho signature of depot. A. F. Carden. C. I. Maxey, D. ' and has been mnde under his pcr- soiling liquor. M. Jones, Will. Dimes, J. W. Gray. 5S30 Dave Duke sonal supervision since its infancy. Six cases. Vasco Atber on. W. (5. Kirk, O. S. w&ryr. AUow. n0 one t0 deceive you in this. 5352 Alvey Foglo H. of peace. Stewart, Willie Hari. March Free. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " " urc but .;;:;. same is. i). weapon. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Sam .lames. D. weap535" Leonard Anderson C. The pettlt jury will be linnanneled Iniunts and Children Experience against Experiment. on. the second day, and the following deserting citizens .have been summoned for 3359 George Hlllard child. eastern is a hai rales substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Pettlt Jury service: furnishing L. to 53C4 Moso Hurt Drop:, nnd S.uluiig Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 3. P. McKlnncy. Joe Eskrldge. A. jicither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its minor. Two casos J. Drown. W. Y. Wedding, C. W. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has selling liquor. Kanney, 336i! Marion Likens L. Jolly, A. Abbie Iwen in cmistant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, 58t!T Same saino. Woods, Balrd, J. It. J. L. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness 330S John Cnloinun seduction. arising Allen. O. W. Williams, Clayton Boz-arttherefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Dowels, aids 3371 Claude Ford disturbing worLuther Miller, J. Thomas Cox. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. ship. Thad Barnard. Harve Coudlt, John The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 5372 Elvis Graqt same. Brown, Seth Payne, W. N. Stevens. I), of P. 5.173 Claude Ford Dennis Ashby James Sandefur. S. T. same. 337 J Elvis Grant Brown. It. T. Jackson, W. L. Wade, 5375 Claude Ford.&c insulting lan- Sherman Con lit. K. W. King. T. L. guage. Loyd.T. W. Diniel. A. F.Qulsenberry, Bcars the Signature of 539S Ellis Hush dosortlng child. K. C. Hyers. .lake Southard. Norton knowing W. Fleener. E It. Hlshoji, Hiram Mil-e- r, 5899 Charles II. llasham female. A. M. Smith. 5402 John Decker selling liquor. 5403 Homer McXutt liquor to mi ll or. FOR FLETCHER'S 5404 John Hendor liquor for snlo. liquor. Five 5105 Same selling cases. ' 54111 J. W. Whltesidos sanio Kind You Have WASHINGTON. Feb. 22. -- Secre 3412 Same liquor for sale. tary Ilaker explained in n statement r CrNTAUM COM, VONK CITV, 5413 Jake Ilowen public assembly. today that the reguK&E2S2ffi5?Y?3E3PIWi d 5411 Same C. 1). weapon. lations governing sale, gift and serv3415 N'ed Douglas selling liquor. ing liquor to oldlers In uniform do Savon cases. not relax the government's hold of 3 122 Same liquor for sale. the situation, but on the contrary We Knock the Spots Out of Thinga 5423 Same same. are Intended to strengthen it as they 3421 John Decker F. L. to minor. will facilitate detection and convic54 25 Same liquor for salo. tion of bootleggers. soiling liquor. 512G S. IS. Iirooklns Tho exception which permits serv5427 Same same. ing llguors in private homes to bona-lul- u detaining 5432 Leonard Anderson guests, Secretary Baker declared, Frsuch Dry Cleaned and Prctiod la woman. Buporlor Manner. oE permits of no suhterfugu, and he Ravi 5433 Same C. 1). weapon. warning that If the exception wore 5434 Ought Daldwln, &c Injuring abused he would deal with It prompt- Uond ns your Carmelite and Mar Them property. ly nnd vigorously. 5430 John Henry Simmon- s- dosorto-o- Feci rtptht all tho time. Don't lay oS lng child. CLEANED CLiiAN from work for days by taking calomel 5488 Irvln Burden same. keeps yo when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x Packages called for and uoltrervi FOR FLETCHER'S 5489 Charlie Peach samo. on your feet, whilo relieving your troujy f 5440 Hen II. Whltohouse too, and eaay to tako. Don lo. sumo. T" THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB tako Safer anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysA. Ivh Null, Prop. tem ami relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sura UAItTKOKU, KKNTUOT. in its clTcct and certain in results'. It won't bo long beforo Liv VcLax will completely displace calomel In ever home.) Children can tako it freely ant vaseru irssuraaMHZBSfl with perfect safety. Every liottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles None genuine without tho likeness and sign turo of L. K, Grigsby. For salo by & BITS IIS Town Martin L. 'to minor. Claude Wnbster selling llqnor. i Hud Taylor procuring liquor. 54 IS Henry Harnes knowing female. 54B0 Qulntlne Park C. I) weapon. 5461 Jesse Wilson dtwertlnR child. BIBS Archie Comllt seduction. S 180 Jesse Cook doaortltiK children. 5 IB" Walter nirkerson sumo. BI6J Walter Kennedy Ac P.ln P. for parents. 64(53 Veachcl Pilaris I), children. 64 04 Will Peters same. 34 OB Garfield Mason seduction. 340 Aole YVIUoughby D. children Trial Docket Sewntli D.ia.MhitIi II B2S0 Mose Wilson eiitliiiR. B30G Dick Stewart shooting. B348 Tip llensley V. local option 3382 George Jewell liquor for sale. 543S Knos Lawrence disturbing 5 R4 14 M-If- ?flraGG$$$rorosrosM09OT! rKk -- Laidies ICoBt I Suits I at 0s -- lar-enc- y. l. S' st(? Hub Clothitig Co. HARTFORD, Y. ?i2S y for Fletcher's Hol-broo- k. C&ZJ&ffi77r,j. Jcv;. - Just-as-go- What as CASTORiA h. SEKUSNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Children Cry R wWfyST a Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought CASTO newly-amende- 'A The Ladies' and Men's Garments For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. USE LI V-VER-- LAX " Cliilclren Cry . CAS OR A CALLED fi EB FAULT EBectrE n if vtf a duyt, a no oew c '.- head-nche- mm ! Succeed vwieu everything else fails. In nervous p usi.v.-.uunl female we.il.iiesse tiny i.e the bupretne Itterfi ' II W1LLIAMH. lUrtor rB DR. Mnsonlo J. H. THORPE NOSE EE, EAR, THROAT, Tomplo Kll-ma- FOB KIDKiEY LIVER AMD STOMAOHYtlOUBLE jt "nMiviiiwnij ever sold toun'.cr. And Fitting of Glasses 0WENSB0R0. KY. ife$ Xto y This? WILL YOU TAKE OUR Every SVuiutm "VmiCsN GERMINAL REMEDY e, exp-UInt- ? I FOR I'K.HSf)NAI. HYRIRIJU. Dissolved In vater for douche stopr pelvic catarrli, ulceration nnd inflammation Iiecommendcd by Lydia E. Pinlilism Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and toro eyes. Economical. n.l uw, .n.LI . fV dean no MU eilft"tru 1&kjU . k. ll dnjjsku. oc pw.p..J ty VmJ. I Ji ('xton roil,l Cum woy. tlalou. Mim. d lmr' OHIO MEDICAL CO. InPm A Treatment for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relief for that tired, rundown fetliof, couifhf, pslns la client, night iweali, bemor. rbaei. weak Iudks or cooiumptloa. It ll doss set b!p you it cssts you uotblof. m FOR ONE MONTH SllEt!.0 - KM .' T- r-n- . t" - pi J' .- - .Z fXi iy.;;v'sis4-w;-