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WHAT IS DOING IN TOBACCO TRADE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918. courthouse with a view of forming a pool, but tho majority of tho big goat growers aro offering their tobac co on tho looso leaf floors. Tho Amcrlcnn Tobacco Company closed down Its stommery hero, and It Is reported It will move to Owens'- boro. No reason Is given for tho rcmov-n- l. Henderson. 10. Tho Henderson Ky., Dec. highest dally avorago ever mado on loose leaf tobacco floors in this city was mndo today, when 80.GG0 pounds sold at $17.02 Vi Per 100. Leaf sold up to $30.50; lug's from $15 to $21; trnsh from $5 to $14; fired leaf sold up to $28.50 Several growers made an average of over $20. Growers are busy stripping, and delivery will bo largo during tho next two weeks. Tho American Tobacco Company entered tho market and purchased liberally. to-da- y NEW SUITS FILED IN CIRCUIT COURT A Divorce Suit. Eva Rogers sues Eugene Rogers, for dlvorco nnd nllegos grounds, which If proven, will authorizo tho court to grant tho decree. Eva states that sho and Eugeno wcro married in 1907 and lived together as man nnd "wifo until tho 24 day of November 1918. Sho alleges tho customary plea of cruel and inhumnn treatment, settled aversion etc. Sho alleges that for a year past her husband has not contributed to the support of herself or children, and that she has been forced to labor for their support. Sho also alleges sho is in fear of great bodily harm at the hands of the defendant. Pumpkin Stealing Case. A rather novel unci suit is that of W. L. Allen against Jake Shnver, In which Allen alleges Shaver has on divers and sundry occasions accused Plaintiff him of stealing pumpkins. says defendant went so far as to employ an attorney to send him a statement amounting to $25 for tho pump kins alleged to have been stolen. Al len thinks his character has been damaged about $2,500 worth nnd prays the court to award him judgement In that hum. McAdoo. Sues The first case of suit in Ohio coun ty against Director of Railroads, McAdoo, was filed here last week by Virgil Craddock, of Mcllenry. The suit grows out of the circumstance that Craddock was on his way home from Louisville, nccompanlcd by his small child, and that when the defen-den- t, McAdoo's train, stopped at Cecelia tho plaintiff secured the privilege from the train officials to go to a nearby restaurant to get lunches for himself anil tho child, under promise that officials would not move tho train until his return. He alleges tho train pulled out from the station with his child, without giv- ng him reasonable tlmo to return and board It, and that tho child, unattended, suffered for his attention. Craddock asks damages in tho sum of $2,- 500. It nppcars from tho petition of the plaintiff that tho order requiring suits filed against railroad companies to name McAdoo as director, was mado by the President, and not by the law putting tho railroads in the hands of a Director General. Just why the President was so anxious to named personally have his in such .suits is not apparent. But tho result Is a big lot of frco advertising of the name, McAdoo. Son-ln-L.ison-in-la- Prices Off And Farmers Protest Will Wait On Market. Glnscow Ky., Dec. 10. Glasgow's nnd tobacco market opened closed almost Immediately afterward, as the result of a moss meeting attended by opproxlmutely 1,000 farmers and growers, who protested vigorously against what they called tho unreasonably low prices.Meanwhile committees which were appointed by the mass meeting will call upon It. II. llarton, head of the Planters' tobacco warehouse, and other warehousemen, and ask that the growers be given an advance of one half of the fair value of their offerings, so that they may be prepared to hold their product for hitter prices. It was tho unanimous opinion of the mass meeting, apparently, that the current crop should bring 20 y - m A NOVEL LAWSUIT. cents a hundred. Frank Jonlon was cheered again and again when he declared that tho growers should wait for that price. Although tho first basket of dark brought $19 tobacco presented nothing higher than $14.50 was, realized afterward, and before the sales had proceeded half an hour the growers were in nn uproar of protest: Last year's average price was $16.-4- 0 y nverngo. $1.90 more thanUo-dny- s The growers Insist that $20 Is a f.ilr prlco for this year's crop, which they say has cost moro to produce than any crop for several years. Demand Ami Prices Strong. Hopklnnvlllc, Ky., Dec. 10 Everything went off auspiciously at the (jpuniug sales of dark tobacco hero to-da- A big crowd was in attendance, composed of buyers from other markets, fanners and citizens generally. The demand was keen and prices proportionately strong, and everybody seemingly went homo throughly satisfied especially the farmers. were 250,000 Offerings pounds well distributed among the eight sales houbcs. Prices ranged from $10 to $2S for trash to good leaf. Tho $28 is $2.50 above any previous high mark. Trash and low grades were about $2 off fiom last season's close, but tho bettor grades more than made up ko that as a wholo quotations showed nn advance. Tho day's nverngc could not bo ascertained, hut thoso houses reporting ranged from $15.20 to $17.35. Last season's opening salo was 177,000 punds; prices ranged $10 to $20.50 and the averngo for tho day was $13.-.1Last season's average was $14.-2y 5. 8. An unusual lawsuit was heard in Judgo Cooks' court Monday. Sdme months ago a Mr. Hendrix nnd his wife died, in Muhlcnhurg county, and Mack Hen- left tbrce'small children. drlx, brother of tho deceased father, qualified as guardian of the children, lu tho Muhlcnhurg county court. Later Mr. Clarence Uoark, of Ohio county, lrrother of tho mother of (ho chilto his dren, brought the orphans homo and qualified as their guardian, ThereupIn the Ohio county court. on tho Muhlenburg guardian swore out an hablas corpus writ for the children, In tho Ohio county court. After hearing the evidence of witnesses and argument of counsel tho court ruled that the residence of the parents determined tho residence of the children, and that tho Muhlcnhurg county guardian was entitled to the custody of tho wards. Wo understand the parents of the children carried about two thousand dollars Insurance, which will go to tho benefit of tho children. Tho unusual feature of this lawsuit is duo to the fact that relatives usually make an effort to escapo tho responsibility of caring for orphan children rather than going to Inw to incur tho burden. drummer taken sniping. - . Record Again Broken. Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 10. It is getting to bo a dally occurrence to smash the record for pryor leaf on n tho Owensboro markot. & Hamilton, of Henderson county sold 650 pounds of dark leaf at an average of $40 a hundred pounds tho highest over paid for a llko type of , weed. Tito load of 1,325 pounds brought $280.12 at un avorago of $2S.G5. Tho trash sold for $15.25, lugs ,$23.50 and leaf at $40. There was a salo of 391.965 pounds at a general of dark tobacco average of $1C.3G tho growers bolng paid $64,158.44. Tho American Tobacco Company buyers wore on tho floors for tho first tlmo and there was a uotlcoa-bl- o Jump in tho prices paid. Thoro will bo u salo of nearly a million pounds on tho Owonsboro To-dn- y Ha-gato-du- y to-dn- y market Lexington Opening Success, Lexington, Ky Doc. 10. Exceeding all previous first days In attendance tho amount of tobacco sold by one set of buyors and prices tho opening day of tho Lexington market wus considered u success by tobacco men. Two hundred thousand pounds clearing tho tloors were sold of tho Shclhurn warohouso No. 1 and two rows, on tho floor of Peoples warehouse, next door. Tho highest prlco banket at Shel-'bur- n sold at $61 u 100 and at-- tho Peoples ut $48. Howling Green. Howling (Jreon, Ky., Dec 10. Three hundred uml fifty thousand pounds of tobacco sold at prices averaging around 10 cents. A number of farmers met ut tho to-du- y One of tho best practical jokes pulled off by Hartford boys in recent years was worked on a young traveling man hero a few nights ago. This young hat salesman was making Hartford for his first time, and being a 'product of the state's metropolis, CAMP TAYLOR HOYS HOME VOK CHRISTMAS felt tho fullest freedom to practice an excessive familiarity with tho people of Hartford town. Even Announcement has been made that tho school boys noted tho fact that he all tho soldier boys at Camp Taylor, needed taking down a button hole or except thoso who have, enlisted for two, and proceeded to do it In n flno term service and thoso engaged in stylo. They told tho young hat sales- technical service, will be mustered man that in a certain section of Ohio out about December, 20, and will get county tho snlpo, an epicurean tidbit, homo by Christmas. The result will abounded, nnd generously offered to bo that in many Kentucky homos tako him on a hunt for the delicately this will bo the happiest Christmas A good flavored night bird. The hat sales- tho family has ever known. man fool to, and loading into a ma- sized bunch of Ohio county boys are chine they speeded away toward still in tho Loulsvlllo Camp, nnd wo "Hollneck." On tho wuy out tho will glvo them a royal welcome. boys described tho lino sport of holdA WIPE WANTED. ing tho sack whilo tho unsuspecting birds were being driven Into It, nnd genorously planned for tho hat man Tinsley's friend, lluttio Nail, asks to hold tho sack. When alum llvo us to notify tho tomato public that he mlloa from town tho boys tho un- wants a wifo, nnd Invites applications. suspecting drummer to n lonely spot Dattio is a widowor, without children in n dark ravino, and after giving or dependent relatives, and offers any him minute instruction about Just good woman, who will marry him, to how to hold tho sack and how to bag mako 17 per cent of tho living for his quary when all tho birds lu j two, leaving her only tho burden of sight aro safely sacked, tho boys providing tho remaining S3 per cent. boarded their car and mado a spin Battle would not tako better than for Hartford. Somotlmo afterward ' second prize at a beauty show but has tho oncu but now u number of moro or less good qualiand weary," ties, none of which wo can call to crestfallen Jow, font-sor- o mado his way to tho hotel and, no mind just now. Ho prefors u red doubt, slopt soundor for his experi- headed woman, but would not miss a ence. Jolinlo Mooro and John Ross match for a trifle llko tho color of a Taylor will perhaps mako themsolves woman's hair. Ho prefers an old scarce tho next tlmo tho Hebron-bu- t maid or it widow without children, salesman comes to town. but would tako a widow with not moro than nino children, provided shu owned a good farm, ayd seven of THE FLU SUHSID1NG. tho kids wero boys, old enough to Tho Influenza epidemic seems to (work. Ho will not consldor applica bo measurably subsiding in most tions of womon who uro not Induspars of tho county. Only nt Fords-vill- o trious or hnvo a fixed income Ratand Ccntortown, ns our Informa- tle is of a kind uud retiring disposition goes, Is tho disease seriously af- tion, tho kind that retires whon any fecting any number of people. Tho work is In front of him. He hangs round this shop tho most of tho time, county board of health mot horo Wednesday to discuss tho feasibility of niTd Tinslpy and ourself will donate removing tho flu bun in Hartford. n cow to tho woman who rids us of Wo suggest tho aptho nulssance. Thoro have beon no now cases hero for sovoral days, but on' plication bo mndo by letter and no oxchuugod. Wo will account of tho prevalence of tho photographs trouble in nearby communities, .tho guarantee Hat for whatever ho Is board did not think it wise to lift the worth, but wo will bo hanged If wo kuov, v. lui ho Is worth. buu yet. -I llcltudo for Undo Alec's health, got ANSWERS OUH INQUIRY TOR OLD THINGS. a glass of wator and Insisted on him THE GOVERNOR MAKES Raking tho tnblets nt once. Uncle SENSATIONAL PARDONS Her, of Rockport, has Alec happened to havo a box of rivets Mrs. Nellie been good enough to respond to our In his pocket, and tho druggist wns Inquiry for old and odd things of horrified when ho discovered .his news value, for which sho will pleaso patient about to swallow tho rivets. Youtsey And Jett Given nccopt our thanks. With Mrs. Her A little later Undo Alec camo back nnd bought a box of Blue Jay corn starting tho ball perhaps other correPardons After Years spondents will keep It rolling. Mrs. plasters. Tho druggist Insisted that In Prison. llor's letter is so well written wo shall ho bo sure to use' the corn plasters take tho liberty to reproduce It as Instead of tho rivets on his corns, but tho next morning Uncle Alec came In written. Rockport, Ky., Dec, 6, 1918 and asked tho druggist to pleaso tako Tho most sensational pardons tho corn plasters back, as he had disTho Republican, granted by Governor Stanley during covered tho trouble was only duo to llartford, Ky. his term of offlco wero thoso given to In answer to your request for news a tack In his shoo. But wo all mako Henry Youtsey and Curt Jett Wednes items that are odd and unusual, I mistakes sometimes. day. Youtsey was sent to tho peni am sending tho following: My daughtentiary eighteen years ago on a AGED WOMAN DIES. ter, Mary Chase Her, Is wearing a charge of complicity in tho murder necklace of jet beads that wero worn Mrs. Nancy Alford died at tho resi of senator Goobel, and Jett was servby her perhaps n dence of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Davi- ing a double life sentence for tho full century ago. They aro strung son, Thursday night, and her remains murders of Jim Cockrlll and Dr. Just like the Jot beads one buys to- wero buried near White Run, Friday. Marcum,, at Jackson, during tho day. Mrs. Alford had a stroko of paraly- bloody reign of Jim Hargis, in I have also a little shaving case sis Wednesday, and died only a few Breathitt county. that has been In tho family since hours later. Sho was ninety years Of all those charged with tho con1S20, and has beon In constant use. old, and tho widow of the lato Esqulro spiracy to murder Gobel Youtsoy My grandfather bought It in that year was tho only conviction that was fiPete Alford, of Whlto Run. and wrote the date of the purchase nally executed. At tho time of Goe-bel- '8 on the back of the drawer, and the WHITES TO REPUBLICAN. murder many prominent epub-IlcaMy writing still shows legibly. wero arrested, charged either father nlways used it when shaving In Franco, Nov. 10, 191S as principals or accessories to tho and now my boys uso it. Also my Editor Hartford Republican. crime. Politics at tho time was at boys hnvo some vest buttons that Dear Editor: I am writing you a fever heat, and an Impartial trial of were made from tho first half dimes short letter for publication In your tho accused men Was wholly Imposcoined by the government, that woro valuable paper. Twenty years hayo now sible. worn by their I havo been in tho European coun- elapsed since tho, Goebol murder and The date Is 1S27. tries for six months, serving my coun- there is Httlo doubt now In tho minds My brother, Joe Young, at Heaver try in the great world war. I havo of people about who Dam, lias an old deed of my father's been in all kinds of trials and tribu- fired tho shot, but tho courts at tho that was signed by governor Shelby, lations, but by the help of God I havo time wero partisan and an effort was tho first governor of Kentucky. We got through this far. I havo been made to fix tho responsibility upon also have a great many odds and ends over tho top seven times since I havo somo prominent member of the ReIn the way of old books and dishes been over here. It has been said that publican party, purely for partisan etc., that were the property of my tho 30th Division, to which I belong, purposes, and through no doubt of grand-parentis tho best division that tho Ameri- men on tho ground who really wanted Respectfully, to know the actual author of tho cans have In France. Mrs. NELLIE ILER. I am well and hearty at this time. deed. mm You know It takes a hearty man to Curt Jett was a nephew of Judgo FARMERS TALK TORACCO cat canned pork and beans and corned Hargis. He was reared In tho AT OWEXSHORO MEETING beef. Whon wo aro in battle wo mountains of Breathitt county, where don't have tlmo to eat much of any- human life was tho cheapest of comFarmers, who are members of Tho thing for dodging steol jackets and modities, and looked upon killing a Association, whiz bangs. American man as little moro serious than met at Owensboro Saturday to discuss They keep us busy on tho front. killing a wild animal. Tho trial and tobacco sales. George Jones, of Ohio Wo havo captured lots or German conviction of Jett broke up tho county was elected chairman of tho soldiers and have taken all kinds of clan, since which time meeting. In nominating Mr. Jones souvenirs from them. Wo wero In Breathitt county has been a fairly the speaker paid a compliment to his tho battlo when the Htndenburg lino good placo to live In. fitness, and said it was wise to select was broken. It sure was some hard Both Youtsey and Jett havo been . a chairman who had not been mixed battlo but wo havo had tho Germans exemplary prisoners and their parup In any former divisions. Much on tho run ever since. Tho Germans dons will probably provoke but Httlo loose talk in regard to former leaders call us tho "hot heads" from over criticism on tho head of the Governor. selling out, was endulgcd. It was f- tho sea. The countries are pretty Jett will enter tho ministry of tho inally decided to sell the tobacco level. The land is of a lime stone Methodist church and will later enthrough the A. C. A. at such prices nature and when it rains It is so slick ter Wllmoro College. Youtsey will as would bo satisfactory to tho farm- you can hardly walk on it. Tho retire to his farm, near Ft. Thomas, ers. French don't use any timber to mako but has not yet announced his plans anything. They uso brick, and some for tho future. OUR HONOR ROLL. of the houses are mado of mud and ' wheat straw. Timber Is a scarce THE COUNTKY NEWSPAPER. Tho names below nro thoso of our in France. Tho season here Is soldier boys who wero killed or died too short to grow corn, or anything No enterprise has been harder hit of wounds in France, and are the like that. Tho general crops in by war conditions and high prices names that will be inscribed on the Franco aro wheat.oats, sugar beets, country nowspapers. Printmonument to be erected here. We potatoes and lots of grass and clover. than tho ers have been called to the service, mado a diligent effort to mako this But I was surprised when I first camo havo been Increased, stock; roll complete but aro not sure wo to France for I was told that all the salaries paper, Job and print, has more than havo done so. If thoro are any other girls over hero were as pretty as a price, and yet printers' martyrs to their country, whoso peach. Well, I don't know about doubled in prices have not been increased in names wo did not get, friends or that. Perhaps they aro. I havn't proportion to Increased cost. The re relatives will pleaso be good enough seen any peaches since I havo been in report them. AVe want tho names France. But thoro aro thousands of sult has been that more than six to hundred country newspapers havo y of thoso only who wero killed or died families in Franco who havo gone out of exstence within tho past of wounds received in battle. sad hearts because some dear ono has year. Only thoso papers having a Arthur H. Laws. been taken from them In this great complete mechanical equipment and Robert Davis. war. And wo have plenty of broken tho best of management survive, with Sergt. Eddie Leo. hearts back In tho Stafes. Wo havo a prospect of permanency. In many; Cecil Draper. lots of boys'Vho loft their dear brok- Kentucky small towns, that havo supLeo kelth. en hearted mother and father, sisters ported two newspapers for years, tho Oscar Durall. and brothers, wives or sweethearts, two havo been consolidated or ono of John Crow. weeping and prayiug for their dear them has gono out of business altoChester Reed. ono to return. I trust that many of gether. In an era of high prices and Sergt. Chas. C. Main. these prnyers may bo answored, but Increased country circulation of city I know that some dear mother will Malln A. Benton. dallies, only tho fittest of the counm novor seo her dear boy .and moro, try weeklies can survivo. With all GOOD TOBACCO NEWS. because I havo seen lots of them these handicaps tho Hartford Ropub- knocked out myself. I am suro llcan, thanks to n generous patronage A buyer for an Owensboro tobacco thankful that tho Lord has spared mo of tho public, is on a substantial basis company was hero Tuesday and paid thus far. and Its management feels confident or $20, $20 and $12 for two crop's of With tho highest regards to all. its future. For moro than a year tobacco; tho crops woro thoso of Mr. Corp. ARTHUR H. SHIELDS. now tho present managers have given John Duke nnd Mr. Henry Heun. Co. A. 120 Inf., A. P. O. 749 the best of their humble talents and Tho prices on tho Owensboro mnrket A. E. F. France. tlrolcss industry to mako this paper up a bit this week. m havo abo stiffened worthy of tho public's support, and ADABURG. Tuesday's sales on that murket wero tho liberal patronage of tho public noticeably higher than at any prevloub Mr. Hosea Shown has sold his farm Is a pleasing reward for their labors. tlmo. Wo aro not an expert j)n tobacco prices, but wo suggest' to the to Mr. A'incent Crowo for $3,000. WEEKS TOBACCO farmors that they hold their to- Mr. Shown will move to Whlto3ville. laST KALES AT OWENSBORO. Mrs. James Wedding has sold her bacco off tho market unless prices apfarm to Mr. J. W. Keown for $800, proach thoso of last season. Wost NlnUi-Strce- i. Mr. Isom Edgo has bought Mr. m 443,876 pounds, avorago $14.41 Llgo Mosley's store. UNCLE ALEC'S TROUBLES. Lancaster Houso. Mr. Llgo Mosloy has bought Mr. 409,035 pounds, average, $13.99 James Farmer's farm, paying $1,800 Undo Alec Curtis is tho best fellow Equity Ilonu. in tho world, but llko tho rest of us, for It. 128,280 pounds, average $14.35. Mr. John Mooro has bought a houso sometimes. ho makes his mistakes Elect N House. A few nights ago Undo Alec wont in- nnd lot In Taffy, from Mr. W. D. 24,820 pounds, aforngo $ll.lt to tho drug store and bought a box Gray. Field Brothers. Mr. W. H. Cundlff Is vUitlng lite of tablets, guaranteed to euro a cold 25.S25 pounds, avorago $12.53 lu ono day. Coining back to tho children In Owensboro. DaIess Count). Mr. Lura Sapp, who has boon down drug Htoro nn hour later tho druggist 165, DSO pounds, avorago $13. S3 risked him If ho had taken his tablets. with pneumonia, U Improving. Total Sail's For Season. Confc-sblnThere Is no Influenza in this ho hud forgotten tho 1.1S7.41G pounds, avcragi, $14.03 mntUr the druggist, lu his kind so.-ns great-grandfathwell-informs. ar-tlc- lo to-da- ; Vi Y:mm?f' "MW r?wi j5" J J J ! BIG STOCK REDUCING i j t $' OU WILL have an opportunity to purchsae your WINTER MERCHANDISE at a saving that will appeal to any economic buyer. We have a large and complete stock, which during ordinary times, would have been disposed of. We are not financially able to carry this large stock, so we are willing to sacrifice more than our I profit in order to reduce this stock. We submit to you only a few of our many bargains with an invitation to call and inspect our stock. We have suitable Xmas gifts for every member of the family. V vJulu Dress Goods. i 14th Shoes! 28V-c And Continues Until Saturday, January 4th. Shoes! Shoes! Groceries. Sugar per pound Lard Pure, per pound Compound per pound Potatoes, Best Northern per bushel Matches Clean Easy Soap Toilet Soap Karo Syrup l'o pound can, 10c 30c 25c $1.80 5c 5c 5c J ' Ginghams, best, yard Gingham, effects, yard Calico, blue, yard Percals, yard Outings, yard Sheeting, bleached, yard 22c t 15c 23'Ac 30c 23 23 c a complete line of Men Women and Childrens' dress Shoes. Ladies' Black, Chocolate and Gray, regular $5.50 $7.00 and $7.50 value All other Ladies' and Men's dress Shoes at 12' We have just received r : : per cent off. You can't afford to miss our shoe bargains. c Sheeting, unbleached, yard 15c Quilt Lining, yard 43c Poplin, Mercerized 95c Poplin, Silk, regular $1.25, yard 60c Serge, regular 85c, yard 95c Serge, regular $1.20, yard $1.15 regular $1.50, yard Serge, best A beautiful assortment of Silks, regular price $1.08 $1.50, yard S1.00 Women's Knit Skirts A beautiful line of Children's Ready to Wear Dresses, consisting of all sizes, 3 years to 16 years, in the latest and most beautiful patterns and styles. During our Stock Reducing Sale we offer them at 15 per cent off. all-wool, Clothing. We offer a reduction off of 20 per cent on all of our Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. We have a complete line of Mayfield Pants. $3.75 Regular $5.00 Mayfield Pants Mayfield Pants $3.50 Regular $4.50 $3.25 Regular $4.00 Mayfield Pants $2.50 Regular $3.00 and $3.50 Pants $1.00 to $2.00 Boys' Pants 90c to $1.35 Boys' Overhalls $1.85 to $2.25 Men's Overalls 85c Men's blue work Shirts, special 2for 25c 20c 20c 25c 20c 25c $1.55 Peaches Apricots Pork and Beans, 3 for Package Coffee Greenwich Lye, 3 for Best Flour 24 pound sack Call us fol prices by the barrel. Kitchen Utensils We have a full line of Aluminum and Enamel 20 per cent off. 10 per cent off. 2(5c Hosiery. Children's Hose, Best Quality Ladies' Hose, Black Men's Hose, Black Cotton Men's Hose, Heavy Cotton. . . ., Men's Hose, Heavy Wool, Special 25c 20c '. Gloves. Ladies' Heavy Fleece Gloves Children's Jerseys Men's Leather Gloves Men's Leather Palm Gloves Men's Heavy Cotton Gloves 15c 20c 38c 45c 35c 50c 40c 20c ware at the following discount: Enamel ware 500 pieces Aluminum Lamps No. 1 complete Lamps No. 2 complete Tumblers all kinds set 4gc 3gc w Pay II ihest Cash Prices for Produce, Call us for prices. BotK phones. i ! BOSKETS CASH STORE CENTBRTOWN, - KENTUCKY. ii GERMAN DEFEAT WAS PLANNED FOR 1910 medlato action Is Imporatlvo; and wo aro (jullo as mush In tho dark ns to his purposes concerning certnln questions of territorial apportionment In Kuruno which nro becoming acute. Denial of Information. (Now York Hun.) it bidding fnrowoll, nniotiR Ho other thing, to even tho slenderest pretense Hint either tho paoplo of tho United States, or whom ho ngnin says he Ik tho servant, or tho Senators of tho United Slates, his constitutional pnrlnorn iu treaty making, nro entitled to the least enlightenment concerning his real rensonH for going abrund or his purpose while ubro.id a tlio bearer of the Wilson fourteen Any expectation that ho might, at the last liniment, take tho people nnd the .Sun n 1) Into his eonlldonce hat been rudely shntternd when the concluding piirngmph of his address has been read. Ho plays with fair words that carry no meaning. Tho denial of Information to tho nation Is absolute; tho servant goes out slamming the door in the face of the acknowledged master, standing In dumb surprise and awaiting an explanation of tho errand. Tho refusal of Information to tho Senate, his senior paituer In tlio treaty business In which ho Is engaged, Is so marked In the cynicism of tho Ignoring as to tumo nigh to the edge of Insult. mm V General March Outlines Work Accomplished By U. S. Wn hltiKton. Dor., fi.- - -- The nrmy liriiRrnm of oli;hty dlvlidotm In I'runco by June SO, 1U1, wan enihnrked upon with r inipli'ti' rnru Hint (Seniinny -could mul "M Id bo ifufimtcd during Remember your War Savings Stamp Fledge. anta Claus Help Swell the Total Sales of W. S. S. for 1918. Is Preparing For Unusual Activity for This Christmas Time. tho iirojooi w.n rtirrlwl mi, March, tlio t'lilef o the U.ifr, ili'cl.ri In hw annual report to Secretary Maker, Hindu imlillc That conviction wan IiimcmI upon n study or tho 'wholo war ordered by (iuiu'isil .Mi'rcli ly nfu-- r ho inwuii.iMi hl ilull--ti- H tlu lii'.nl of tho ainiv hint Mimh "Aftor n Htudy ot this oiitlro tho report says. "Including m ncctir.ito an ostlniato of tho potential fitrciifth of our allien on the wunter rout anil of tho prolmhlo Geriiian lreiiKtli as wis poswlhlo, I camo to the eoncliiHlon that tho war might ho drought to an end In 1910, provided wo wero nhlo to land In Franco by Juno tho 30th of that year eighty Amorlcan dlvitdona of Htrungth of 3,- 2G0.OO0 men. Tp to tho HlRiilnR of tho armistice , troops wore IicIiik traimported to Franco monthly In accordanco with ,, that program. The rosullH speak for themselves." Tho remainder of tho report U devoted to u presentation of tho stops It wns found necessary to tnko to build up an ndcqnato general staff o nnd tho nnnouiiconiont that a plan of reorganization for the nrmy, Including tho staff, Is being : worked out. ' "I have directed tho divisions of ' tho general staff concerned to study a I nnd submit for your consideration plan for tho reorganization of our nr- my, which will tako advantage of our cxpcrlenco In this war, which has brought about many changes In or- l 'ganlzatlon of nil arms ot the service, and has developed now arms not known when tho war started. The nlr service, tho Tank Corps, tho of heavy mobile artillery, ' tho proper organization of the dlvl- IV stons, corps nnd armies all will bo sot forth In the scheme which will ho submitted to you with tho recommendation that it he transmitted for tho iwislileration of Congress." 1910, l ff (Jcni-n- y. com-luratlsltu-ntlo- sltn-ntlo- n, 1'ew I'Ncnpe. There are few Indeed who escape having at least ono cold during the winter months, nnd they nro fortunate who have but ono and get through with it quickly and without nny serious consequences. Take Chamberlain's Cough Hcmedy and observe the directions with each bottle, nnd you aro likely to be ono of the fortunate ones. The worth nnd merit of this remedy has been fully proven. There are many families who have always used It for years when troubled with a cough or cold, in and with tho very host results. mm com-plet- The War is over. The Ban has been raised. Our boys are coming home In the most part. For those who fail to return, we honor profoundly. For those who return we welcome with inexpressible joy. What a Christmas we will have, and now we will celebrate, all of us. Let everybody get the Christmas Spirit. We need this year more than ever, the World .VVide expres sion oi unseuisiiness ana gouu win. Gift giving is the very soul of the Christmas Holiday. This store has always been headquarters for Old Santa Claus. It is so easy for him to load up here with everything he needs for his great Christmas Tour Our Grand Holiday Display of Santa Claus Fixings Is Ready For Your Attention. The children are especially invited to see what Santa fJlaus has clone. If it wasn't for the good boys and girls, Santa Claus would quit his job. The children is the motive power that raises our enthusiasm to white heat, while we are so enthusiastic on account of the ending of the Terrible War. Our Santa Claus will confine his presents more than ever to articles of every day necessities. Our Santa Claus must reach out his strong ami of relief and open up his mighty, hand with tons of necessities for the Santa Claus across the Sea. What a joy it should be to our children to know our Santa Claus was furnishing the Santa Claus over there with necessities for his children which they have not and can't get except from our great American Santa Claus. Children, our Santa Claus is the biggest Santa Claus in the World today; and this store is the biggest Santa Claus headquarters in this part of the Countiy. You are always welcome, and we are always glad to see you and we will join you Christmas Celebration. CHRISTMAS PRICES ON LADIES' COAT SUITS. We have reduced the price so that eveiy What a useful Christmas present for mother or daughter. suit in our stock may go out on a mission of Happiness for Christmas. Ladies' Coat Suits, $25.00 value; Christmas Price, $17.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $30.00 value; Christmas Price, $24.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $35.00 value; Christmas Price, $27.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $40.00 value; Christmas Price, $32.25 Ladies' Coat Suits, $50.00 value; Christmas Price, $39.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $60.00 value; Christmas Price, $47.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $75.00 value; Christmas Price, $64.75 SHOES FOR THE HOLIDAYS. A pretty shoe for Christmas will give confidence to the wearer,t and increases the admiration of her as- -in-you- r Till: CI.KUCYM.WS IMItKOT. (Dumb Animals.) "' Fir t Treatment is most important. d Whin an efficient antiseptic is promptl, there Is no danger of infectl m and the wound begins to For use on innn or heal it once beast Itorzone Is the Ideal Antiseptic and IUmIIiik Agent. Buy It now and l'rlco bo re dy for an emergency 25c, .iic. $1 00 and $1.50. Sold by in Ohio County Drug Co. Kt When ou nnvo Dnclcacho tho livor or kidneys aro snro to ho out of goar. Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho A trial liver, kidneys nnd bladder Get it COc bottlo will convince you. 4C-at tho dniK storo ap-lliyr Cut Sun;eniiH agree that in caso of lluriiH, Hrulsos and Wound's tho indifferent health who had a pet parrot told her servant she had left her one pound a week so long as I'olly lived. Ono day, the servant, who was longing to receive tho promised pension, it is feared, said. In an impatient voice, " if the old lady would only die!" A short tlmo after the mistress came in, Folly cried out, "if tho old lady would only die." Terribly upset and thinking her end was near, she sent for tho parson, n near neighbor. Hearing her tale, and seeing the depression called by Folly's speech, the parson said, Oh, Hint's nothing, parrots say all sorts of foolish things, the bird is perhaps dull mid wants a companion, I will send my bird over; he is full of spirits." In a short time the parson's parrot was brought over When tfio cover was taken otf Its cage, the old lady's bird at once repeated his new phrase, "Oh, If the old lady would only dlo!" Hardly had It uttered those words before the parson's parrot responded iu tho voici of his master, "We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord." Iu a letter from Knglaud. An old lady of CHRISTMAS MILLINERY. of the Holiday Season will make a demand for many new hats for the Ladies and chilThe activities We have prepared an abundance for the Christmas shoppers, and we have made special prices too. dren. A nice assortment of styles for you to select from and it won't hurt your pocket book too much to buy one. As it is, getting toward the end of the millinery season, an early selection will be preferable. TOY LAND. The minature playthings for the children that represent the big things that mamma and papa use in every day life starts the little mind toward the big responsibilities and big undertakings he or she must assume after reaching manhood and womanhood. A big assortment of Dolls and all kinds of toys are spread now for your observation. Tanks, field guns, carts, wagons, automobiles, trucks, engines, street cars, pile drivers, buggies, sewing machines, horns, hammers, hatchets, shovels, hoes, spades, balls", irons, bell toys, dishes, and hundred of others, all of which you must see to appreciate. ' CHRISTMAS CLOAKS. With the price marked at its lowest notch. A superb assortment of colors and materials in all sizes for Ladies, Misses and Children. A price range from which the most frugal or the most f astideous can make a selection. We never ask you to come and buy our merchandise; but before spending your money for a We may have just the cloak you want. We may save you some money. cloak, look at our cloaks. All kinds of China Ware, Glass Ware, cut glass, silver ware, knives and forks, spoons, cassaroles, salads, cake plates, water sets, and every thing in regular table and fancy china. Cut Glass Pitchers, tumblers, nappies, comports, baskets, sugar and creams, celery trays, and sanashake We are exclusive distributors of the FAMOUS '.'QUEEN QUALITY" Shoec for women. More women will be celebrating this Christmas in Queen Quality shoes than any other one brand of shoes made in America. Why are they so popular? Because they are better shoes. You can have shoes in Brown Calf and Kid, Mahogany Calf and Kid, Gray Kid, Field Mouse Kid ; or you can have black shoes in Kid, Calf, and Patent. BILLIKEN SHOES The greatest shoe of the 20th Century for children. The highest type of modern shoe making. It takes care of children's feet. Billiken shoes for your children will be a Christmas treat for your children's feet a long time after Christmas has gone. In Mahogany Calf, Light Tan Calf, Blacks in Kids, Gun Metal, or Patents. Get acquainted with Billiken shoes for children. a IMtKSIDUNT WILSON'S MKSSAGK TO COXCKKSS Soiiiewlmt rerfuiuiory. . it.i in-- : m:KKitvi:i. (Now York World.) Asldo from tho few words Ho.- - -- My wife Isn't bright. by Mr. Wilson to his diplomatic Slio(crushlngly)- - I can see that, errand his address wns almost us from tfio kind of i man sho mnrrled. e perfunctory ns ono of tho written messages of the Presidents. li-- i could have said no less of the triumph of our arms lit. tho crisis of tho war, or of tho devotion ot the people, or of tho nocesslty for wise measures of reconstruction, or of tho Importance of plachiB our vast Industries upon a peace basis with proper recog-iiifn- n of nubile rights. Ho might havo said less In regard to tho woman HiiffraKO by national amendment nnd Mf ho had not been Intent upon going ff abroad upon an errand which few , Americans understand; he might havo said a great uoai nioro on inu aiiu- ' Ject of tlio railroad nnd shipping J problems for wtilcn wo nro sorry in ,'Bny ho had no solution to offer. old-tim- Children dry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R 'A FOR m CHINA TOWN. salt and peppers. CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS. .Nobody Doubts Sincerity. (Now York Times.) Tin, luxmtrt nf tlds countrv must bo ...,,.......----.---- . content with tlio I'resiuenis assurance that ho Is their servant, thut it he his endeavor "truly and falth-- J If will fully to intorprot the principles and purposes of tho country wo lovo.' Nobodv can or will doubt tho Frosl- I". dent's sincere ilesiro to roprcsont . ...... 1.1 .. v IKpIs i .-j . Amoricuii .1. .....u. Tll uiuuftm Is that upon imuiy ot urn trouhlo "bases" of peace drawn up by him ' inHt Jnnuary Amorlcan thought la as ' yet, unformed and tho American peo- pie know his thought only us ho has , put it before thorn in tho broadest Thoy navo Wlliii' Rpeclllcally. of what ho Hy no knowledge irariU St dp' to kjv In reaped of tlio freo, and the Iowtiue or t)(r ;iie quite Ignorant of . he will recouiuiettd for ul safety of the Hua- here tk &M1 of ! Those Epileptic Attacks by Using A SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MIUIS MEDICAL CO., ,. WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY. Silk hose makes very appreciative Christmas presents for men, women and children. High grade silk lisle stockings are equally as attractive. We are well supplied with a good stock of hosiery; all leading colors represented as well as black and white. PONY STOCKINGS for your children will prove a splendid investment; In blacks, whites, dark brown, and medium tan. If you don't want to be a customer at our stocking counter, you had better not buy the first pair, for it is sure to bring you back. BEDDING SUGGESTIONS. Wool Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Comforts, Sheets, pillow cases, sheetings, pillow tubings, etc. WIND UP. You list with a corset, gowns, corset covers, brassieres, sweaters, skating sets, toques, and all sorts of ar. For the Ladies: Toilet sets, manicure sets, comb and brush sets, nut sets, nut trays, serving trays, handbags, jewel boxes, hand mirrors, pictures, beads, scarfs, bed spreads, table spreads, table linens, napkins, towels, bath mats, bath robes, and hundreds of other nice things you may see by taking the time to look through our stock. For men : Military sets, traveling bags, collar boxes, smoking sets, neckties, socks, shirts, hats, caps, suit of clothes, overcoats, raincoats, leggings, shoes, overshoes, handkerchiefs. No trouble to please your man of clothes, overcoats, raincoats, leggins, shoes, overshoes, handkerchiefs. No trouble to please your man out of our collection. HANDKERCHIEFS. The Christmas handkerchiefs are all here and the spirited buying should warn you against delayed selection. Women's crepe de chine handkerchiefs in the largest variety of patterns and colors you ever saw. Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes 3 to 6 in a box, from 25 cents to $1.50 per box. Some white embroidered and some with colored embroidery. Nothing that is new in handkerchiefs has been left out. ! A Nerve Sedative that has been successfully used in the treatment of Epilepsy, Hysteria, and other Nervous Disorders for the past thirty years. en.n.irt. InJ IT IS NO USE TALKING. do your entire Christmas shopping under our roofs. Do it with more satisfaction You can practically and less effort, with the loss of the least time of any place in the Country; and finally, you can wind up your season of happiness by buying War Saving Stamps as a Christmas duty to yourself and the Government. EI J ! P. BARNES Dam, Ky. Beaver ZXXVKZH &-BRO- . h .t r- - - mimrmmm "y " "' 'i " mM'. 1 1 mm in iwwmiiiwwiiwunii;!!'!! f . v -- wr ira 3mw. d.Tho funeral of Mr. Dolmor Stewart, preached at (Ireen Hlver church, Sun-J W. S. TIXSM2Y, t)case. day, wns attended by n largo number nml IJiislncss Manager. k people. Hev. Ulrch Shields delivof i Kriltor aienn in Ills paper, Tho ered the funoral sermon. Mr. O. M. Entered according to law nt the Ma(llg(mvlllo HBtcr, Btrongly Hartford, Ky., as mall, tests against the failures of tho Crow, of Hartford, delivered a fitting eulogy on tho Hfo.of his follow mem maltor of tho second class boards of health to protect the peo- ber of tho Masonic fraternity. i nml to ple against the most Infectious Address nil communications . . . the deadly disonso now nfllictlng jog owners nro siow nnoui reg Tho Hartford Republican. American people, llo truly says istering their dogs with tho county Hint if an entire family in sick of clerk. There nro about 1G00 dogs or a corps lied dead in tho In the county, and so far only tho sunsciuncns. xotick Subscribers doslrlng tho paper sent house, any member of the family ablo owners of 5G of them have applied to a new address must glvo tho old to do so may go out among tho public for license tags. Tho dog law is ef- READY FOR THE WHO THRONG THE STORES-MAKIN- G address In making tho request. 10c at will. Moro than 300,000 Amcrl-- f fppllvn .Innltnrir 1. 1H1H. ninl nnlnaa CHRISTMAS THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN Locals and Notices GREATEST Business can people are reported to have died per lino, and 5c per lino for addition- of tho disease, it shows little signs of he dog ownors get busy soon, taking m out license tags, a wholesales killing al insertion. Our stock in Ivory Goods is com )lotc Mirors, Nail Files, Buffers, Puff Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards abatement, and yet no stringent of dogs will occur. Muni-cur- e means have been adopted to curtail of Thanks, 5c per line, money In Boxes, Hair Receivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brushes, Box and Roll-u- p the spread of It. Hoards of Health Sets from $1.50 to ?15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets from $3.50 to Do not fail to read tho big ad of Church Notices for services freo, Issue rules galore but make no seri but other advertisements, 5c per lino. ous effort to enforce them tho Hosket Cash Store, of Centertown, $25.00. Anonymous communications will in this issue of tho Republican. It Ivory Clocks, inlaid designs Ingersoll Watches a large assortment. recelvo no attention. offers some real bargains in these In tho nomination of a state ticket Shavincr Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Shaving Mugs, Cigarette Cases, Xmas war trjing times TELEPHONES. net year tho Republican party could advertising is ofalways prices. Liberal Cards, and Seals, Xmas Books for old and young. nn evidence of 123 make no better choice of a condldnte Cumberland enterprise. The rule is, that from "0 Farmers Mutual for State Treasurer than Mr. Frank country village store to the great Green, of tho First National Hank, of the metropoliCentral City. Mr. Green Is one of department houses of the .RKCKMIIIIIt li FRIDAY., In the state, tan cities, tho biggest advertisers are ho most elllcient bankers doing the biggest business, and offer Is an active and loyal Republican, cat's away the mice will having served a number of years as the greatest bargains. When the play, and while the President Is In Chairman of tho Muhlenburg RepubEXCELLENT LINE OF BABIES' AND INFANTS' TOYS AND DOLLS The sport editor of this paper, Mr. Europe Congress will shoot paper lican county committee, and Is a genthe best assortment in town. Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in wads, tell stale Jokes and mark time. tleman of a type that commands pub- TInsley, was very sick the first of the abundance. lic respect. After writing an editori week, too sick in fact to help around Our Christmas assortment of TOILET WATERS AND PERFUMES in all state to pay It's al urging the necessity of tho Repub- tho shop. Ho Is no better yet, but as Tho failure of the the superior flavors, was never more complete. school teachers Is resulting in many lican party nominating a ticket, the tomorrow will be the last day of tho teachers closing their schools and personnel of which would command open season for shooting squirrels, We are headquarters for BOX PAPERS at prices from 15 cents to $1.25. turning to other employment for a the respect and confidence of tho pub- duck and etc., he packed his traps We have a complete line of livelihood. lic It occurred to us that Mr. Green left on his houseboat for the was just such a typo of man, henco Fords Camp for a couple of days LTLJ shooting. May good luck attend him, The President, attended by his the mention. of and retinue for if it does It means a good dinner wife, mother-in-lacooks, bands etc.. on the steamer With Ed Morrow as an asset the for us Monday. Wo do not know to reach Republicans have an excellent chance who went with him nor a hat. if anyWashington, is expected to carry Kentucky next year. But thing, they took along to prevent France that accomplishment Is possible only taking cold. Perhaps the next road tax election by the exercise of good sense In se t should be had along atooic. i;n wild lecting tho remainder of the ticket SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY hog day, when the mud Is knee deep and the management of tho campaign. AND SATURDAY ONLY. to a mule. The need tor roads under It is no use for a Republican to dewould be more such conditions lude himself with the notion that One five gallon oil can $1 75 Kentucky on a btraight party vote is Five gallons of oil 90c not Democratic. If the Republicans Sale price of five gallon oil can subject to your inspection, Call and have them The tobacco growers .should not are to win they must win by offering i filled ?2 00 by $35 and 40 a hun- tho people a better ticket and a better lay much store demonstrated. One bag of Northern Potatoes.? 2." dred sales on the loo-- c loaf market. declaration of principles than their One can pure hog lard $15 00 We have many other appropriate Xmas gifts too numerous to mention. Such prices are paid only tor a bas- opponents offer. The party must see Ten lbs. Peaberry Coffee $2 75 Watch the ket of a few pounds Our prices are all right. We invite your inspection and patronage. that every man nominated for a stato Ten lbs. good coffee $1 00 average price sales That tells the ofilee next year In a man who will Four rolls good toilet paper . . . l!5c talc of tobacco prices. command tho unqualllled confidence Ten lbs. pink beans $1 10 of the people, and a man who is es- One peck good eating apples, . ti.'c. In auWe should biiggest to thoso pecially titted for the ofllce for which Tenlb.s. navy beans $1.35 thority that as soon as It is at all he Is nominated No candidate must Ten lbs. bacon butts liiriirp iratrd. $2. SO practical the churches ami Sunday go on the ticket for whom a defense Fifty lbs. Hour $3.00 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. schools he allowed to open. These must be made before the people. Ton lbs. sugar '...$1.10 agencies for maintaining public .Kentucky Is in a bad way financially, Ten cakes soap, ..G0c moral should not be closed for a day and tho people will welcome an Ten cakes Ivory soap 70e an emergency demands. honest and capable effort to bring Ten cakes longer than Proctor & Gam'blo them relief, but they must bo offer-- , soap 70c The adoption of tho commission ed men and measures that will com- - Three boxes oatmeal Call on The Hepubllniii foe I'lne :!5c provform of country government has niaml their confidence. A squaie .lob Pi luting. ILER'S Grocery en practical in those counties whero and honest deal in politics, no less it has been tiled, and should be than In business, Is imperative to per An election manent success, adopted In Ohio county for that purpose will be held In this fe W I Think it county next November tXii We Eat AA t& 4 'ARI OF THANKS. over; talk It over with your neighbor, and have your mind niado up when it We want to express our grateiul k comes time to vote, JeV 32 2Aiumm appreciation of tho kindness, sympa? Christinas gifts will enmo freer thy and attention, given us by our this year than last. Much money will good friends and neighbors during yet bo needed by tho government be- tho brief illness, and at tho death, fore our boys are gotten home, but of our dear mother, Mrs. Nancy o, on account of its length wo can not publish It In our current Issue, but will bo glnd to givo It spneo next week. No policy criticised by this I'ulilMicri Weekly toy company paper shnll bo denied a decent hearnAiiTPoitn ing toy Its advocates, and wo welcome Incorporated W. S. TINSLBY, thp opportunity this Rood physician C. E. SMITH, s. offers us to ninko our position clearer President In this matter. Wo assure the doctor Milting us, Hint It will bo a roal pleaIMltor JOHN' IIKXUY THOMAS Assoclato IMltor sure to give- hearing to his side of the The Hartford Republican that i'iuntino Soc.-Trca- Mr. Frank Tlchcnor, who Is with tho War Ordnnnco Department, nt Aberdeen, Md., enmo homo Saturday on n ten days furlough. Frank Is n son of jailer Tlchonor, and only a fow months ngo was married In Indianapolis. His wlfo has since resided with his parents here. nlrt r ae uroiCTKi A priwuaiinn II m. s-jr- iM , r?vv- - ffe V TV id IN TOWN tesM mm 0s . I to Join The Eager Shoppers , nd-van- Excellent Line of Babies and Infants' Toys and Dolls . w to-da- Columbia Graf f itiolas And Records Iwitiii sad I A - OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Rub-No-Mo- re Emmg;t!i!&H3EgB3 I o44 $o$$.e$$$$$.$H Slioilliorn and Polled Sliortlioni w.rtv How Shall Its Memory Be Preserved? W & MX : Cattle Auction.' FRIDAY. d. : time. Chrlbtmas gifts, where given solely as an evidence of good will, should bo selected with a view to thotasto of the recipient, not to the tasto of tho giver. Co-i- t does not always measure the gratitude of tho gift. Appropriateness is tho solo measure by which to Select tho Christmas gift. little freer now and will Incline to .1 little play tho country breathes a Mrs. J. K. DAVISON Gratefully, and Hrothers. FARM. of 95 acres for sale. Level, .productive, no wasto land, plenty of?water. School house on ono corner, coal bank on adjoining farm. Will sell at a bargain if trade is mado by Feb. 1st., 1919. ' Tho storm of protest raised, not onE. G. AUSTIN, ly by tho Republicans, tout by tho Prentiss, Ky. . President's political and personal friends, has modified his bizarre no RKAVKR DAM. tion to bit in the international peace conference, and it Is announced now Farmers are very busy stripping that ho will bo present at tho confer- tobacco. ence only to unsvwr such questions Mr. Chester Leach has moved to as may bo asked him by tho peace Heaver Dam. Mr. Dyer Davis moved commissioners. It was blunders like on his farm. this that cost the President tho elecMr. nnd Mrs. Richard Sandofur political tion to his purtv, and his visited Mr. Ezra Crowder Sunday. enemies welcome this latest effort of Mr. Ira Haven, who was stationed Its titular head to complete tho wreck ut Camp Taylor, has been mustorcd of tho Democratic party. nut of tho servico, and returned to his Tho lato Kaiser Is reported to too homo at Cromwell, Tuesday. Thero are several cases of flu In Mondiug lifs time chiefly In writing a voluminous defense of his action re- this community. Sirs. Elder Her, of near horo, has ! lative to the war. It Is said his health is rapidly failing under the received notice that her husband has nervous strain incident to con- been moved back to Camp Taylor, templating a possibility of facing a and is in tho hnipltnl. Mr. Albert Rains, of near Mt. trial for his engulfing tho world in blood nml death. It Is hardly possi- Pleasant, has gone to Louisiana to ble that his physical and mental Rppnd tho week with his brother, afstiungth will stand tho strain of his ter which ho will go on a trip to Mexl- humiliation, and it is not Improbable L' that duath or liibunity may rob an outUogulato tho bowels when they fall raged mankind of a victim to punish for tho mot collonl rime of ague. to move propurly. Horblne Is nn admirable bowel regulator. It helps ? ay w hwv recoived a lengthy lettur thu liver and stoiuuoh and un Ohio county physician, who Una foaling of strength and buoyancy, from to modify our critiolimi 'Ptieo COo. Sold by Ohio County Drug nwilwuk Wo regret Co. of the doctor' combine in In monuments of lasting granite, in the pages of countless histories, in the chronicles of returning he roes; the exploit of our arms will De preserved uy these means. But more vividly, more poignantly, will the war live in men's hearts through the songs that were sung in the trenches. Keep the Home Fires Burning, Tipperary, Over There, The Long, Long Trail; these songs will grip men's souls for all time. When the boys come home, they'll want to hear them. To hear them on 26 Head DEC. 20 26 Head , f Bert B. Stith will sell his entire herd of register- ed cows and bulls including the great Bull Max Mas- tepeice by Avondale. A fine opportunity for our stock men to increase their herd near homo. Many "The Phonograph with a Soul." so faithfully that no is to hear them the living, breathing artist from human ear can detect the instrument. Unless you have heard one of the famous Edison tone tests, you may question this assertion. Few people credit it until they're convinced by actual evidence. In tone test, the artist sings in direct comparison with the instrument. More than 1500 Edison tone tests have been conducted ; more than 2,000,000 have attended them. And not one person has been found who could say when it was the artist he heard and when the New Edison. Not one could detect the livvoice ing voice from the Call at our store and hear the New Edison. RE-CREATRE-CREAT- The New Edison of the best bulls in Ohio County come from this herd. Sale on the farm 1 mile West of ! - ELIZABETHTOWN, KY. ROWAN 1IOUIROOK, ! J. I Sec. & Treas. ROIIERTS, l'res. A. HRi:si,ER, T. SHANKS, V. 1 Ass't. See. H Trem. lOMtot The Daviess County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) FordsYille Planing Mill Company ,1.1111, -' I 9','ttt'0' tt'llUMV .,.. Mtni!i,..'r. r.' A a Is now open for business. We will take care of any business intrusted to us and see that every man gets a square deal.. We know how to handle tobacco and have one of the largest and best lighted houses in Owensboro. GIVE US A TRIAL. FORDS VILLE, KENTUCKY. if i s W Coet Suits AND Coats Another shipment of Coats and Coat Suits now in our house. To say they are pretty and stylish as well as cheap in price, is only a mild way of expressing their real beauty and mid-winter value. If you have not bought and really intend to make a purchase NOW IS YOUR TIME. $25.00 values Serge Coat Suits An endless variety of Ladies Coats, prices ranging from $12.50 to $35.00 Come in Velvets, Beavers, Cloth, Velvour, Chiffon, Broad Cloth and Fancy Mixtures. Beautiful line of Children and Misses Cloaks in all the desirable new fabrics and shades. SEE US. USE ECONOMY. TRADE WITH YOUR HOME MERCHANT. See the goods before you part with your money, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. .$30.00 values Sefge Poplin Suits $24.98 $21.98 Miss Mnry Mauzy, of Morganflcld, Ksnulro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, is tho guest of Sheriff nnd Mrs. S. A. was In Owensboro, Wednesday. Hrntchcr this week. For quality try my lino of Diamond M. D. Harnnrd nnd George Johnson Inland groceries. None better. left Saturday for Mississippi, where W. II. IMIZB. they will look for locations. Iter's Grocery' will have fresh oystOne, two nnd throo ply roofing, ers celery and cranlcrrlo3 for your k tho sort that makes a roof, Christmas dinner. found nt W. E. ELLIS & lire's. Ed Cook and Son have sold their 2IU4 merchandise buslnoHS, nt Dundee, to Hlg stock Farm Wagons on hand Mr. Comlilo Nabors. bought hoforo recent advances. Prices Mr. Alnoy Caneblcr and fnmlly, of right. Terms cash or note. Heaver Dam, have gone to Louisville, FOItDSVlLLK PLANING MILL CO. wheru they will reside. Mr. .1. A. Hllbro and family, of n, Nocreek, vleltod sheriff and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Potty, of were gu.osts of rolatlvca horo A. Hratcher Sunday. Mrs. Hllbro Is r of Mr. and MVs. a . from Friday until Sunday. Hratcher. Wo know of a wedding that will Wo have several largo shipments hut wo nro tako )laco tomorrow of oranges, apples, grapefruit, cocohound by bonds of secrecy. nuts, raisins, tigs, dates nnd nuts of Prof. Frank Urunor, who has been all kinds for your Christmas basket. ILER'S Grocery. with relatives at Whltcsvillo for some time, came homo Saturday. Messrs. C. M. Crow, Howard Ellis, Lieut. Charlie Hawkins has been James Ralph, Otto Martin nnd Judge mustered out of tlis military ser- Mack Cook, attended the funeral 'of Dcliner Stewart, at Green River vice and has returned home. church, Sunday. Hnbblt season Is now open, will Miss Electra V. Carson has returnpay the highest market price, cash. ed from a visit with tho family of Air. W- - E. ELLIS & Uro. 20t4. G. L. Thompson, in Mississippi. and Mrs. Miss Carson also visited friends at Itcv. A. D. Litchfield Litchfield spent Sunday with the, West Point, Mississippi. k. family of Mr. John Sandefur, of Only one marriage license has been issued at the county clerk's office this Lieut. L. S. Igleheart nnd wife, of week; W. L. Wilson, 50, and Mrs. Waco, Texas, will arrive In Hartford Alice Stearsman 45, both of Olaton. Saturday to spend the holidays with Second marriage for each. relatives. J. C. Her has many new books orMiss Myrtlo Lashbrook will go to dered, both for sale and for his ciry to spend a few culating library. A membership to Owensboro days with Miss Josio Holmes, at the this library would be a line Christmas gift to one of your friends. Fredcrlca. no-leaHon-dcrsofoster-daughteto-da- . Santa Claus Is Coming Soon ! We are preparing for Santa Claus to visit every home Christmas. We are looking for Santa in our store. We have a large supply of staple and fancy Holiday Merchandise for Santa's inspection and we are going to do our best to help Santa Claus load up. Below we make mention of some articles that we are calling to his attention. FURNITURE. Three piece Davenette Suits, Buffets, Dining Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, Dressers, Beds, Chairs, Rockers, Children's High Chairs and Chif-ferobe. s, Rockers. CHRISTMAS CHINA. All kinds of China Ware, Glass Ware, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Salads, Cake Plates, Sugars, Creams, Celery's, Glass Pitchers, Tumblers, Nappies, and eveiy thing in regular table and fancy China. , CHRISTMAS DINNER. All kinds of Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Celery, Cranberries, Oranges, Apples, Grapes, Citron and Orange Peels, Staple and Fancy Canned Goods anything required to make a good Christmas dinner. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. : 25kxi&Gb, The Hartford VUW.W ., II. & Republican DKCKMIIKU IK Sec Hattic Nail's ad for a wife, in this issue of tho Republican. Mr. Otto Martin, and wife wore in One at Hartford K. TIME TAULB. South Bound, No. 115 Mr. 9:05 a. in. Duo at Hartford tives at Cannolton, No. 114 North Hound, of tho week. 6 p. m. E. K. Louisville a couple of days the first of tho week. Ulllla.-Schlemm- visited relaIndiana, tho first ...6.4 (Uoth "Mixed" Trulni.) Seo Ohio County Drug Company's Hirks Tlchenor has sold his farm, We have one of the best equipped near Clear Hun, and has bought his Job Offices in Western Kentucky, and father's old farm, near Oakwood a foreman who is an artist at his Cemetery. trade. Neat, clean, lightly job work lends respectability to your business. Mr. House, the county road in- Let us do your work. spector, has finished his work for the year, and has returned to his home Coffee has gone to an enormous nt Paducah. price, but we have several thousand pounds on hand. It will pay you to Go to W. H. HAIZE, next door to put In an early order and avoid tho Hank of Hartford, for Lidles' and rush. gents' Silk Hose, Scarfs, HandkerILER'S Grocery. chiefs and etc. Mrs. Lon Ralph returned from Mesdamcs Randall Wattcrson and Owensboro Wednesday, where she Jefferson Wnttorson and Miss Dorcas had gone to have a throat operation Lyons spent tho week end with performed on her small child. The tricuds at Narrows. operation was effective, and tho little fellow is getting along nicely. Mrs. S. T. Cook and children, of Hanock, Hutler county, returned As an inducement for person, who homo Sunday, after a visit with Judge live at a distaco of forty miles or less Mrs. Mack Cook. and from Fordsvllle-- to trade with us, wo will pay train faro both ways, if you Hov. Cecil StovonR and wife havo purchase as much as $25.00 or more gone to Graham, in Muhlenburg coun- from us. ty, where Hov. Stevens is conducting FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL CO. a protracted meeting. , The Kaiser Has Had A Good Licking Now we can turn our attention to something else. About the 'next thing of any importance is Christmas; and it is not a bit too early to begin looking for that present. Goods of all t kinds are veiy scarce, but we began buying early, here and there, so we are in a position to show you a splendid line of Ladies' Wrist Watches Gents' Wrist Watches . Military Goods A Good Lot of Ivory Goods Traveling Sets 'and Manicure Sets Razors, e Cigarette J r ' t display ad or Christmas this issue. goods, ,in I Personal News and SoGial Kuents. t Mr. Henry Leach spout Sunday with his brother, Mr. L. L. Leach, nt Heaver Dam. After Mr. Mack Daniel, of Olaton, called on us Wednesday. a visit with relatives hero Mr. Lay ton Park returned ville, Monday. to Louis- Mrs. M. L. Heavrln spent a few Capt. John Keown spent Sunday days the first of the week wlthjjreln-tivosJ- u with his family here. Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Everett McKinnoy, of Heaver Dam, aro tho proud parents of Mrs. W. L. Howe spent the week a son, born recently. with friends nt Sunnydalo. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, Tho Aloxnnder school opened Mon- had dinner with tho family of Dr. J. day. Miss Iono Hedrick is tho, teach II. Tappan, Tuesday. er. Mr. Harrison Kuykendoll and famiMiss Myrtle Maddox spent last ly, of Nocreck, wore Sunday guests week with her parents, at Heaver of Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Hell. Dam. Mr. Gordon Young, who conducts n Now store every articlo in Btock printing establishment at Heavor absolutely now. Dam, called on us Wednesday. W. H. HAIZE. Arrangements havo been perfected 24 Inch to allow every soldlor.it Camp Taylor 4 and C inch drain tlle,-an- d to spend Christmas nt home. well tile. W. E. ELLIS & Uro. 23t4 Miss Mary Murks, who has been Mr. Wilbur Johnson, of Sulphur tenchlng at Pontotoc, Miss., hns arSprings, called on us whllo in town rived homo to spend tho holidays. Tuesday. County Clerk Hlankonshlp and Mrs. Mr. Wilbur Johnson, of Sulphur Hlankonshlp wont to Louisville WedSprings, called on us whllo In town nesday, and will return tomorrow. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.yDon Tuylor and Mr. A completo lino of. shirts, ties and and Mrs. Morlo Taylor, of Louisville, havo moved back to Heaver Dam. collars at s(oro. , , W. II. HAIZE'S.now Mrs. A. S. Petty, of Whltosvlllo, Miss Mattyo Kuykcndoll Is the camo up Sunday to sou her laughter, Sliest of her aunt, Mrs. John Hell, Mrs. Tico Hums, whu is ill of influenza. this week. in Owensboro Mr. J. 11. Allen, of Fordsvlllo, was Friday. , FOHDSV1LLE PLANING MILL Com- ' Lost Ono neck piece of fur not. on Uoavor Hum nnd Hurt-for- d pany recently received a car load of Fox-grapike. Five dollar reward for Farm Wngona. Pricey roasonuble. return to Hartford Republican of Send us your order. Mr. W. E. Ellis and wife, who went MIssNorlno Harnett who has been Mississippi about two Fordsvllle, has returned to Laurel teaching at months ago have returned to Harthomo on account of the school havford. Mr. Ellis says ho could savo ing been closed again. more money living in Hartford and working nothing than Esquire Hen Hice. of Kordsville, doing good salary he could in Mississippi. at a Hen is just was in town Wednesday. recovering from tho flu, and is as Wo will appreciate suggestions for skinny as a poor man's dog. the quickest, cleanest and easiest After a visit with his parents, Mr. manner of clearing tho soot from a and Mrs. James Lyons, Mr. Willis Ly- stovo pipe in which an elbow Is used. ons has returned to Louisville, where Wo have such trouble of our own and feel sure a number of our readers ho is attending a dental college. would be interested. Commonwealths Attorney, C E. Guardians aro required to make Smith and Mrs. Smith and Misses Etta Holder and Ethel Hlnkley, were in settlement with tho county court Ow'ensboro Friday, Christmas shop- every two years, and many of them aro delinquent In this duty. Judgo ping. ' Cook is mailing notices to all such Miss Louiso Smith, or Fordsvillc, delinquents to appear and make tho nnd Mr. Carl Ford, of Enid. Oklaho- required settlements. ma, but recently of Camp Taylor, nre visitors with tho family of Dr. E. W. Mrs. E. P. More and children went Ford, evening, Wednesday to Narrows whore they wll spond a fow days with Wo had a good news letter from a relatives, after which they will go to carrespondent at Heavor 1)am, this Akron, Ohio, whero Mr. Mooro has a position with a motor manufacturing weok, which wo could not use tho writer did not sign her company, to make their home. i namu to it. As an inducement for persons, who Do not fall to read Dames Hros., live at a distance of forty miles or ad on third page. less from Fordsvlllo, to,trado with big Christmas They offer some unusual bargains In us, wo will pay train fnro both ways, Holiday goods, as well as general If you purchase as much us $25.00 or merchandise. more from us. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. The Fordsvlllo High school opened last Monday, but later In tho weok Tho Sulphur Springs school opened three of the faculty were attacked Monday a week ago, and one pupil dewith influenza, nnd the school was veloped the Influenza immediately closed ugaliu after the school opened, and now a number of the pupils aro afflicted Tho board of We havo four largo shipments of with tho disease. candy, including Lownoy's famous health has ordered the school closed box goods, that will be here In plenty uguln. of tlmo for your Christmas Chopping. ILKH'S Grocery. Caleb Hean, of Sulphur Mrs. Springs went to Hopkiusvlllo tho first Deputy Sheriff, Frank Roberts, of of thu week to seo her husband, who F'ordb?illo, Is. hero usslstlng sheriff has boon under treatmont at tho Hosahorlff, pital for tho Insane, for somo time. Deputy whllo Hratcher Hoy Keown, Is unablo to work, on .Mr. Uenn bus boon under treatment for tho past two monthe, and has unaccount of u recent attack of dergone only blight improvemaut. so Fountain Pens, Photo Cases, Lockets, Safety Cases, Vanity Cases, 'Picture Rings of all kinds, Fobs and Frames, Lavalliers, A big line of regu- Chains, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons. Jar watches,- clocks, silver Ware ana a line lot 01 J Eastman Kodaks and supp.lies, and hundreds of other pretty and useful gifts, which you can't afford to miss f - seeing. . We test and fit eye glasses, too. J. B. TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician ' ! 1 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 Notice Tobacco Growers Why not patronize your own industiy and keep the price of selling tobacco down by bringing your tobacco to the EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. owned and operated by the farmers of Daviess and adjoining, counties. Our average today Dec, 9 $16.03. , EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated 604 East Main Street Ilofli Phones. xOWENSBORO, KY. Open Day mid Night. was before tho Ernlo Eskrldgo county court Wednesday for examin ing trial on charge of seduction under promise of marriage, preferred Hath tho parties live by Leflo Kirk. Tho In tho Fordsvllle vicinity. waived examining trial, and' the caso will bo referred to tho grand Jury at tho next sitting. Wo are going to do a cash biulnosii or quit business, and wo aio not goWe nunisclnto ing to (lult'luuiiuvw. patronugo but wb want patronage that will moot tha Saturday payroll. If tho yellow slip on your paper shows you are in arrears send In tho amount duo, nnd wo will receive It with thanks. Suggested list of gifts ror Christmas: Iron Bedstead, Sowing Machine, Congoleum Hug, Kitchen Itange, Daisy Churn, Nickel Plated Tea Kettle. O'Codar Mop, Clock, Kitchen Cabinet. Large Uug, Pocket Knifq, Shaving 0;itllt. Hocking Chair, Hoys' Axe. Hoys' wagon. Toy Train. Itillo, Shot Uuu. Any of the above and many others can be bad at FOHDSV1LLE PLANING MILL CO Order at once. waaKsms.m M jr,t i 1 jtt Tf" 1HO MKHCIIANT MAIUXK. """ Bpn."f" llMill "P INFLUENZA HAS GONE FOR GOOD dcr last named bartner Surgeon General Blue Says Return of Epidemic Not Probable. (Loutsviilo Herald.) Washington, Doc. 7. In view of serious recurrences of Inlluonza epidemics In many ltarts of tlio country, Surgeon Gcnoral Rupert Uluo, of tho United States Public Health Sorvlcc, hns Issued through the Washington bureau ot tho Nowspapor Hntorprlso Association, this reassuranco: "Tho country need not fear that tho lufluonza cpldomlc will return. It "lias como nnd gone for good." Sporadic Outbreaks Hxpectcri. Dr. Hluo explained that sporadic outbreaks of tho disease may bo expected In various parts of the country, as In all epidemics, and added that, like the poor, we have Influenza always with us." Dr. Uluo doesn't believe there will be, this winter, anothor such general visitation as that which has exacted a toll of 330,000 civilian and 20,000 soldier and sailor lives in this coun- ' I haf glfon up mlno kingdom, mine nrmy, my gold nnd mlno nudomobcel dot dcr vorldt can bo freo and happy choost llko dor nllles ordered It, und vltch I could not brovent. Gott didn't stay mil me, so how could he holb hlsself? I haf no 111 feelings, egsccpt In mine head, und I vant dot der bcoplcs will glf to Gott der samo batronagc like dey glf to mo und der llrm of Mo und Gott. 1 belief dor bigness vlll bo In safe hands mitomlt me, but If I nm needed nt any time I 1U bo vllllngs to hclb Gott oudt ofen If ho didn't holb mo oudt In Helghim, und France, und Flanders von I bellcfed ho vns on mit mo. Hut for dot 1 haf no der grlofanco now. It makos Ho nefer mind mlt me now. If Gott choost 'gets along mitomlt mo, I vlll be liupp If only I know ho 111 not miss Mo in der biasnoss. After all It vas a helluva biasness anyhow, but how did I knowed It until It vas all otcr? In der future address all ledders to Gott as I haf now such a blssncss dot I do not know verc I vlll bo one-daI don't belief I from anodder. know choost now vero I nm, und vot I hope is dot noboddy else vlll efor 11ml oudt. Yours mlt a heafy heart, Vonce Kaiser WJlhelm. Ex bartner mit Gott. of dor blsness firm of Mo und Gott. kcr-flunk- cd ItiislnrNs Men 1'or Oirrjlnn merce To All Lands. Com- Atlantic City, N. J Dec. 5. It was apparent from tho action taken today by groups representing hundreds of Industries nnd branches ot business Hint strong appeals will he made to Influenza cases are still reported from coast to coast. . Some alarmists try to trace a likeness to the pneumonic epidemic which swept Chlnn a quartor of a century ago, and tho cases of "black pneumonia" which appeared in Tonopah and Goldflcld, Nov., fifteen or twenty j cars ago. Kpidcinic's Cniws. Causes of tho great epidemic are obscure. By some, it has been attribMCGIIOKS uted to war diet, by others to war-tlm- o overcrowding i ncamps, etc.; In looking over the records of the others ascribe It to climatic condi- recent session of circuit court we obtions. served the granting of a divorce to With no agreement as to causes, no Taylor from Efflo Nail Taylor. specific preventive has yet been au- Jason The couple were married in Hayti in thoritatively announced. 190S and separated in 1913, and have "There are little pockets in various lived continuously apart since. They places which the epidemic might have years old. 1.l.,..n.l , r . llt..n ...l1 ' nn.l t, had one child, a boy nine -- .U K.,.,.CU. U. d wUh h,s mothor bn(.0 on these a recurrence of the disease ' atlon mlt was glven lnt0 tho a small scale may be expected. by a decree of ili- coming of the cold and In-- 1 'care of the father "Thc 'vorce. Unlke most folks suelng for clement weather, bringing colds and divorce, Taylor alleged on act of in- bronchltls in its wake, will also cause constancy, no cruel and Inhuman the distaso to reappear in some! no incompatible temper or places. recur In its treatment j,ettlo He simp- aversion. Mixed and virulent form for some years, per-- 1 .1.. 1. ......... 1.1a ii tfo ,tfttl linfltlfr ll. b linns. liRPniiSH it hns nrnctlcallv ex- - ' sorted him. The evidence submitted exhausted tho number of its potential went to show that during the five victims. ears of their married life Taylor hud ocen industrious, aim nuu iiititiiiuu For f'rmiu of his wito and child, " snlendld lor croun." writes Mrs. Ed croupe." writes Mrs. IM- - some f tho witnesses testified she splendid for ward Hassett, Frankfort. X. Y. ".My" did not have to work out for the children have been quickly relieved white people as many ol the colored of attacks of this dreadful complaint women do. We know little of the cause for by its use." This remedy contains ,i,. o.iiiuii nr ntiipr tiiirrntiiv nml mnv 'which tho woman deserted hor hug- be given to a child , conUdently as band and'earu little in this individual m case. Hut a break in the most vital to an adult. attempt at human happiness, whether In tho white or colored family, is to OtVU'Y WIMIIXMSll.WK.V. us tho most solemn and appalling tragedy that afflicts the human race. Itrilisb ll.iltleships nml Dcstrojcrs ,We assume the color ot the skin does Steam Into .lalidc Hay. not callous the heart, nnd the negro. le6S tlla tlie white man. may fall London, Dec. 7. The British bat- victim to mariiai inieuciiy. nep.i- t Instil n Hercules, with a naval dele-- I gallon aboard, escoited by five torpe- ration and divorce are traceable to do boat destroyers, arrived in Jahdo tho mlsmatlng of characters, anil Hay Thursday, says a dispatch to tho should be a lasting lesson to the Exchange Telegraph from Copenha- young people about to enter upon the marriage state. We have no gen. Jahdo Bay is the port of tho Ger- sympathy with tho advocates ot soul man naval station at Wilhelmshaven. mating though such tragedies, like the hurricane, tho earthquake and m tho revolution, must sometimes break Mr. IslejS Letter. In a recent letter Mrs. D. W. Isley, their way through tho crust of soof Litchfield, 111., says, "I have Ubed ciety but it is truo that certain Chamberluln's Tablets for disorders characters are moro nearly adjustable of the stomach nnd as a laxative, and to each other than others, and marhave found them a quick and suro re- riage should not be entered upon lief." If you are troubled with in- until some years of adjustment have digestion or constipation these tablets Bono on through a series of couit-shlp- s. Mlsmatlng of temperaments m will do you good. are much more common than appear Oh- - llAltTM:i(.SlIII. on tho service. Divorces are only DISSOLUTION tho upheavals where conditions beHut sermons are Notice is hereby alretty gifen oudt come unbearable. dot der bartnershlp blsness vot vas of little moment. The world will go way, and tho on in tho time-wor- n bedween Me und Gott, is dissolved und dot I will not hereafter bo re- storm, tho earthquake, tho revolusponsible for any action of der latter tion und divorces will still mark tho any more. I glf mine free consent way. oa dot Gott bhall now haf his own vay togedder mit der responsibilities of "II POINTS TOO STHONG, GOD ONLY HAD TEN" all bills duo and payable In der vot is nlretty no moro yet. Ven Gott had der chanco to mnko Manshcster, Eng., Dec. 7. Tho good mlt mo ho vouliln't took It; ven Manchester Guardian gives as n trim 1 told mine beoples dot Gott vas mlt story an account of Premier demon-ceau'- s una In Flanders, ho vas ofor In Paris, first romark on reading tho und von mine beoplos vas In Franco, account of President Wilson's "fourhe vas in Belgium. Ven I vanted to teen points" noto. go by Amorlkn, he vas by Amerlka "Fourteen points," ho Is quoted as first, und so It vas mit mm all dor-ze- saying; "hut that Is a bit too strong I vas beliefing it vas Mo und the. good God only had ten." mm Gott, von It vas choost mo by mlne-he- lf (HITS WISH OK KAISKH'S yet. IM'KKAT, Til UN HE DIES. Vot I know now I lsh I vould hnf knowed before I took Gott for mine Hollliighani, Wash., Dec. 7. burtnur. For doso und oiulnr reasons dor lmrtnorMhip of Mo und Gott "Thank God, my wish has boon gratiIs lioroaftor now und forufor ausgos-piul- t. fied. I'lio Kaiser huu been buaten. 1'iul now it comes oudt dot Now I can die In pneo." Thin wm the exclamation of Wll- vita I van Kiting miuu uimi der irou untw, he tuK vlftug iuu der double IIhiii Kolllen. 89 years old, h wa cro. Yt triad to glf him drttWI of the wlifiilng of tho armistice lwt.t (h.mce of hU llffctluie ult me. with Germany. After that ho lost ludied a few days ll to now too Ute. Anybody wit tercbt Id Uf MUr avaUa vtll 10mm tMk t latw. i try. tho Government to loosen tho hold It took on business during tho war emergency, and resolutions In support ot such measuros will bo presented at session of the Reconstruction Congress being held under the Initiative of tho Chnmber of Commerce ot the United States. Scores of resolutions, adopted nt ten major groups, were referred to the Clearance Committee of the which will report There seemed to bo almost a universal demand for a greater merchant marine to carry the awakened commerce of the country to all lands .Many groups passed resolutions for i.wu ,ntitrnl of business and removal " of restrictions and regulations gov ernlng production nnd distribution In connection with this there was much, sentiment for business retaining, through voluntary rather than forced action, some of the regulations enforced by the government regard-n- g Here and wastage In production. there In the group meetings It was pointed out that Government supermm production had shown the Deep-seate- d coughs that resist or vision over while Fedrequire both external needless wnste, and that dinary remedies eral control Is not desired there and internal treatmont. If you buy might be some means devised by Hore-houn- d a dollar bottle of Hallard's government might aid in Syrup you get the two reme- which the the conservation ot raw and other dies you kneed for the price of one. materials. There is a Hcrrick's Hed Pepper PoOn the other hand It was also rous Plaster for tho chest, freo with pointed out that business and indusOhio County each bottle. Sold by try can tako care of this phase of " Drug Co. production through the lessons learn ed during the war. D1VOKCKI). Con-gross, and Sunday School was nt tho Baptist church in tho afternoon. Mr. Carl Bennett, who has Just boon discharged from military service, eamo homo to spend Thanksgiving with his fnthor, Mr. Sam Bennett, nnd wilt slend some tlmo here. Mr. Bonuctt hns been in tho Officers Training School, nt Ft. Monroo, for the past six weeks. Mrs. Kay Cokio died at (ho homo ot her mother, Mrs J.uile Day, Saturday uvenlng nt C:00 o'clock, und Bnymifs was bulled in the Now Christian church cometry Sunday DIRECTORY. CIKCUIT COUItT. R. W. Slack, Owonaboro. C. B. Smith, HartCoin'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C, MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee .Jury Fund Cnl P. Koown, JudKC HOCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Hoard James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. JackBOD. Marshal Will Langford. Cli'm'ii. Board W. T. McKcnnoy Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. It. F. Stevens. Marsha' ' I'OltDHVIIilil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olln Cobb. Pollct Judge C. P. KMnlnger. Marahal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALICND Count J lloiud of Kdueatl K. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, K. V1 ih:avi:k dam. Hartford. days Civil. days 12 days 12 days 1st Monday In March 12 afternoon. Coin'th. and Civil. i Miss Stella Qulimberry In seriously let Monday In May 12 day 111 at hor homo here, with a compli1st Monday In July 12 cation of troubles. Coin'th. and Civil. Mrs. Maud McClellnn and Nter, Miss Eunice Shults, lfft Sntunliv 3d Monday In September Civil. night for Hockport, where the began teaching Monday, In tne Hockpoit Ith Monday In November Coin'th. and Civil. High Scluol. COUNTY ZzSPSBBBZZZz COUUT. Hart- Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, ot Palmer, Okla., .writes: "From the lime I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to ... Stomach Trouble. "Before I used Chamberlain's Tablets I doctored a great deal for stomach trouble and felt nervous and tired all the time. These tablets helped ..... fpjiM ft.,, flrt !iml Intitiln iif n. . .. ...... ........ lilt; ti, ii.i nj week's time I had Improved in every way," writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard, m Jefferson City, Mo. - TAKE ' " 10,000 AHMEMAN'S SLAIN. mm .,.,,,. Tuiks Massacre Thousands Eacii.itliig Towns. 7 While CA "I took iMrs. 1 Meets first Monday in each month. ford, Ky. W. Duff, FordsTllle Dlv. No. Judge Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,. Clerk W. C. Hlankcnshlp. Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No i Robort Goff, lloslne, Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis H. Stevens, BeavD. E. Ward. Tuv Commissioner er Dam, Ky. 8ureyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, Cormier E. P. Hodgcrs. Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday Ir FISCAL COUUT. February; let Monday In April; 1st Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in AuMeets Tuesday after tint Monday gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st in January, April nnd Octobor. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny In December. E. S County Hoard of Examiners Ilouto 3. Sam L. Stevens, Heav- Howard, Mrs. 1. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. W. 2nd District Duff. er Dam. Jnn. 25 nnd 2C Common School 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Howe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze-town- . Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Teachers (Itli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). May 24 and 25 County Teachers' 7th District B. F. lllce, Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Hhondes, Hart- Examination (colored). Juno 22 nnd 23 County and.Stato ford, Routo G. Teachers' Examination (whlto). HARTFORD. Juno 2S and 29 County and State Teachers' Examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination (white) Police Judge C. M. Crowo. Sept. 27 and 2S County and Statu Marshal E. P. Casebler. 20. ' n. 3 U9 We Knock the Spots Out of Thing WILL YOU -- 1 Dec., Turkish Amsterdam, forces massaereed 10.000 Armenians wlille evacuating the towns of Baku. Oltl and Ardahan In the Caucasus, according to reports received by the Vorwaerts of Berlin. The Woman's Tonic lour bottles," Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." Ifyousuifcrpaincauscd from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need ol a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice Try Carof Airs. Jones. dui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. 1 Ladies' and Men's Garments Trench Dry Cleaned and Prenod U Superiwr Manner. Send as your Gkrmenti Them and V.b v TAI-- m 1m GERMINAL REMEDY iiNk SBSB2SmA' A TAKE OUR Treclmenl 101 YfCAFv " DECLINES .lOIJ. Wm. 11 T.ift that he had announced here detlnately decided to decline the offer to become a baseball commissioner to national com succeed the present mission. New York, Dec. 7. LUNGS or CLEANED CLHAN m tiv-.-Jiuauj,--iLa-- Krav'4&3$cTOA CONSUMPTION Packftgei cnlled (or and uellrurt i THE ELTE PRESSING CLUii A. Ha Null, Prop. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. a-- Augell was always Insisting that he believed wars as well is murders and crime could be largel j preuuteil by teaching children toj seize every opportunity to sa a kind word or do a kind act that should Make either a human being or a dumu uilmal happier. Mr. A quick tcllrl lor that lirrJ, run down lorlmr couchi. pi i in in ctiiit. ulrhl i.nrj!. tirmnr rliagri. rik tunc or t onmmption 11 it doc not belp you II col you nolhmg. f. Lock Ooi CIO OHIO MEDICAL CO, n COLUMnn FOR ONE MONTH P7 XAKItOWS. f.uni! ar Mr. John lien t row '.s WJ all sick of influenza. ' For the first time within the past H two mouths we hnd chinch and sun-da- y at' this place Sunday. school Brother May, tho Presiding Elder of !; tho Owensboro district, preached at tho Methodist church at 11:00 A. M., i Kfi Secured or Your Money Back . DSITIO'N l'durh. kr GOO D I !i nillUIUIl. hi.. UUUil LOd UltllLllu.il bcuJScmKrl.iraxirlt.SniaEulicuU!tc w niKiureo iiiiiucpoitv Dulnej, If you tnko tho Dmuittion Tralnlni;, tlia irainnjL' i'ini nuMiirMri.'iiin'Kiix' inn din tulo It nt eotleui r hit mini Wrlto tnitnu Uiai'UIIO.VK 1'IUITK.U, IIL'SlMss IOLLLUI Short Hand, T)pc Writing nnd Tel' graplir . .: 1i oM an 1 in. ( Ii r" rin il.i d j ti for 7 u t ttalcotlnt4 irlt t m rmil a ht,h in. Krn)uAt,4. Hivlil l'.,iirifirl,iit rrmu,.it l.niilii)mcii(. 'Jhouimnai, 0U cf rltion.)MrKmi. at trj. I I H HI DR. J. H.THORPE. w All Druggists 1 1 EYE, EA It, TllROA T, NOSE J.68 I 1 mm ii:rAitTMi:yr nm iiMM,Un.ifrii,urrr. 1 U )aU, attendiDit tl.l I J, ly )'rlnnl(i.l. P'lon. CMd B4ri. homt J'or rttruln, IJnu - LCXINQTON, KV. rVILBUR R. SMITH tl.lua of n Jleiiln an. timn. o'ful And Fitting of Glasses Temp's Mnsonlo OWnNSBORO. KY. e Prompt Answers It is the duty of the telephone operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the If the called party is slow to party-called. USE LI V-VE- R-L NEW AX NOT SOLD U N,D E R THE SEWINC MAcHkNB OF a QUALITY. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. ANY OTHER NAME. HOME answer the operator is as helpless as you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the subscribers not answering promptly. You can help the service by answer ing your telephone promptly. Il'ben you Telephone Sn)Ue bart-uorsh- lp t Peel rteht all tho time. Don't lay ot from work for days by tnkinjj calome , nothaveant'iullcHHclialiiorrciuilm. keeps yot when plcusant Llo- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relicvingyourtroub Quality lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Donli tako anythinjr else. You can't afTori Considered Bjb it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattern and relieves constipation. it ii tlie ural remedy, natural in its actions, eur Clicapest in its cITect and certain in results. It won't bo lonp: before x iV- - VcLax wit in the end completely aisplaco calomel in even hornet Children can tako it freely an! to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo jruat ' Pj anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nom Ifyou wnutasuulnir iiinpliln,. writ., r.. J Kcnuino without tho likeness and eigur our latest caUiIot-uyou jiurcUubo. Grimsby. For salo by turo of L. K. The New Horns Sewinz Machine Co., Orange, Masi . H. WJLLIAM8. - lUrUor. Kl WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ifyou piirclmso tlioNHU' llOMT. vnn utit bavoatiroBMrtnttliprU'cyouMy,nndwlU lt. 4 Electric Betters TOR KIDnr.Y,L!Vf1 AN it itf t! e bi' ,t fcJ! - . CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporntwl JV. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. Succeed whsn cveo'thini; el-- e fails. In nervous prostrr'too und '.veaUnesse they o;o tha bupmnv f remedy, ai In inCi bva U .ti. for ppDcnMAi Diuolved In water fc r mation A heahrif, tore ttu , ,i r.wfrrri'' -- uc' c3 linlcbam P c :cd. "nn . 't f, ,p J ifjim. Li op, I ta aa aTOKACH vtjr;u:.i r: r , .. r. a.f jcj.i. over. druppU 'j coi'."Wf. uurttiMj ii ' oi'' r 5(j.. .11 .! .it. Aa!Vll.tf.7.a,nr SwawJ". '1 H"rjcj.yi.'F Farm Department f . tho farraora build largor and moro MAXIMUM MARGIN ON HALE 1JY IlKTAIIiKllS TO CONSUMERS cxpcnslvo hoUBCS than aro necessary but In many places too llttlo attention 1b given to proper houses for Tho Food Administration has deswlno. termined that any sales of food commodities nt tho gross margin abovo Produce tho lnfcrtllo egg. Inferinresents capital Invested. It should Colony limine For Hojj.n. eggs aro produced by hens that delivered cost In excess ot thoso tile dicated below nro unreasonable, and Nearly every farmer producing be housed properly and not left In n havo no nialo birds with them. t ot tho wny will bo registered ns prima fact .swlno rnn prnfltnbly ubo one or moro fenco corner or other out tho mnlo birds has no Influof a vlolntion of tho statuto and luovnblo hOKhouscn. On many farms, plnce, for wooden paits to rot and ence on tho number of eggs laid by of tho abovo regulation. Porccntngo ositeninlly where tlio winters aro mild, metal parts to rust, which, oven for tho hens. may cauBo moro dejinny bo calculated on tho selling movable hog houses will meet nil tho short periods, price. Dolivcrcd cost shall mean tho bwIiio for slieltur both terioration than tho season's use. .needs of tho eggs aro often caused cost at the railroad steamboat or rroin tho hot sun of summer and tho by tho fowls being confined, becomFeeding Hacks For Sheep. other terminal in tho retailer's town. of winter. dampness ing nvorfat, and from lack ot mineral Combination bay and grnln racks Wlicro tho retailer Is not located in a Tlio movable or colony hog houses in utter. railroad or steamboat town ho may especially suited for tho needs of aro probably tho most convenient for nrr feeding small lots ot shoop. Tho include any hauling chargo in the dethe farmer Just starting In tho hog open-en- d Ono great law of food canscrva-tlo- n rack Is sultablo for uso In livered cost. b and also for tho business, is to turn Inedible feeds Into feeding can bo dono by The lesser margin Indicated is not members. These houses can bo mov- barns where cheapest posslblo directly from tho feed alley cdlblo foods In tho a minimum margin, but is a maxifield to field us tho pigs aro passing ed from manner. Tho dairy cow will utlllr.c diffimargin for those whoso cost of rhnnged from one grazing crop to an- to the rack, thus obviating tho materials, incdlblo by humans, such mum which follow from entering doln business is less, such as stores Their use makes It easier to culties hay, and will other. shep- as grass, cornstalks, and keep tho hogs healthy, as tho Iioiibo pens filled with sheep. Some 'turn thorn Into milk, which is sultablo which do not perform tho services of credit and delivery. herds prefer a rack with closed sides may bo moved- us soon us ono plnco for human food. Other farm anunsanitary or unclean. Tho Instead of slats; such a rack requires imals also aro converters of roarso Maximum Margin. becomes through an movnblo houses can bo built moro that tho hay bo eaten Wheat Flour, Original Mill Pkgs roughage into eadiblo foods, but aro cheaply than tho larger ones; they opening at the bottom. one half bbl. and more $1.00 to $1.20 efficient as tho dairy cow. can be Increased In number as tho per bbl. Shepherd's Don'ls. herd gets larger; and It the farmer Is Wheat Flour, Original Mill Pkgs. girl in Ohio a memA 1. Don't keep sheep on wet land. u renter they can bo takon with him ber of a girl's club won first prize ono fourth bbl., and less $1.35 to 2. Don't feed molty or spoilt hay, In her county by putting up, unas- $1.00 per bbl. If ho should move. roots, silage, or grain. Wheat Flour, Broken Mill Pkgs. sisted, 9110 cans of fruits and vegeta.'J. Don't forget to keep salt and Voultry Houses And Fixtures. .01 4 per lb. bles. Select a location that has natural fresh water bcforo'iho sheep. Barley Flour, Original Mill Pkgs. 1. Don't neglect the sheep in winlralnngo away from tho building. A Wheezing in tho lungs indicates 18 to 22 per cent. dry, porous soil, such as sand or ter. Keep them in good condition. Barley Flour, Broken Mill Pkgs. that phlegm is obstructing tho air C. Don't forget to tag tho owes passages. Ballard's Horchound Sy- .01 jirivolly loam, Is preferable to a clay per lb. boforo breeding and lambing time. rup loosens the phlegm so that it can soil. ltyo Flour, Original Mill Pkgs. tho bo caughed ut and ejected. Price 18 to 22 psr cent. C. Don't forget exercising the building In most localities south, which Insures tho bred ewe. Bye Flour, Broken Mill Pkgs. .01 A should face Sold 25c, COc and $1.00 per bottle. 7. Don't let tho lamb go too long by Ohio County Drug Co. most sunlight throughout tho year. in per lb. Allow about three equiiro fuel of Hour without sucking. Corn Flour, Original Mill Pkgs. S. Don't negrect to feed tho lamb jpaco per bird. Proper vontllntion IS to 22 per cent. SWAGKK SMtiKIiKV TO jmd sunlight moan a dry house and grain as soon as it starts eating. Corn Flour, Broken Mill Pkgs. J01'0 XIltt'YOKK. !). Don't let parasites kill your per lb. lu illhy birds. .01 lnmb for lack ot home fresh green Ulco Flour, IS to 22 per cent. Washington, Dec. 5. Representaper lb. Cornnieal, Bulk ruder tho Federal migratory bird pasture. Louisville, Don't shear your ewes until tive Swngar Sherlcy, of 10. truly act the sale of all migratory Cornmcal, Original Mill Pkgs. IS retiring chairman of the House Compamo birds Is prohibited throughout warm weather. Appropriations, has formed to 22 per cent. 11. Don't tie your fleeces with any- mittee on Hominy IS to 22 per cent. tho United States, except for tho a law connection In New York City .scleiitlllc or propagating purposes, or thing h'ut wool or paper twine. Sugar All kinds in Bulk .01 per profession in practico his 12. Don't hesitate to aak anyques-tion- s and will of waterfowl raised on farms or prethat metropolis after his term in Con- lb. of tlio county agent, or write to serves under proper permit from the Sugar, All kinds in Refiners' Origof Agriculture at gress ends. the Department Secretary ot Agiiciilture. inal Pkgs. .01. Washington, 1). C. Evaporated Milk, Unsweetened 18 need White's to 22 per lb. children Sickly Loam llr-- l I'or Soy IJiuih. Mellow Vermifuge. It not only deOat Meal and Rolled Oats, Bulk Tlio soy bean may bo satisfactori- Cream Although the soy bean will succeed stroys worms, if thcro be any, but it per lb. on nearly all types of soil, tho best ly grown in connection witli other acts as a strengthening tonic in tho 20 to .01 Oat Meal and Rolled Oats, Originresults aro obtained on mellow, fer- farm crops. Although the chief ad- stomach and bowels. Price 30c per In vantage, perhaps, is a bettor balanced al Mill Pkgs. 20 to 25 per cent. tile sandy loams or clay loaim bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Rice, 20 to 25 per cent. general, tho soil reualremor.ts of the ration, tho results of experiments in'i Co. Beans, White or colored, 20 to 25 soy bean may be said t bo about tho dicate a larger yield ot forage, as woll a per cent. same ns those of corn, nlthough soy us a greater variety. ! STRUCK IS OVKIl; Starch, Edible, 20 to 25 per cent. beans will miiko a morn satisfactory WOMKX GO OUT Corn Syrup, Tins, 20 to 25 per growth on poorer soil than corn, prollo A Poultry Producer. cent. Keep better poultry: Standard bred vided Inoculation is present, but they Cleveland, O., Dec. 5. After an Canned Corn, Peas and tomatoes, will not mnko near' as good growl a poultry increases production and imy 2,400 striking conference, Standard grades, 25 to 30 per cent. on poor soil as cowpea". Practical proves the quality. of tho motormen and conductors Canned Salmon Chums, Pink and experience indicate that ho cow pea Select vigorous breeders: Healthy, Cleveland Hallway Company, who Red, 25 to 30 per cent. soy bean on vigorous breeders produce strong succeeds better than the quit work Tuesday morning, voted Canned Sardines, Domestic 25 to tho heavier clays and on tlw lighter chicks. to accept tho proposition 30 per cent. Early late sandy soils. Hatch the chicks early: ot President John II. Stanley, ot tho Dried Fruit, Raisins, Prunes and batched pullets produce fall and win- company that ho would dismiss 150 Peaches, 25 to 30 per cent. by ter eggs. As yet the soy bean is troubled woman conductors by March 1. This o Lard, Pure Leaf, Bulk .05 to .06 Preservo eggs for winter uso: In general, it few serious enemies. cause of the strike and per "lb. cheap for use when high removes tho fungous when may be said that no Insect or tho men will resume work for the Lard, Pure Leaf, Tins, IS to 22 per pest hns assumed any great economic in price. day tomorrow. cent. tho Produce infertile eggs: They keep first Importanco in connection with repreTho company officials and Lard, Substitutes, Bulk .05 to .06 better. Fertile eggs arc necessary sentatives ot the employes met to culture of this crop. per lb. for hatching only. agreement which night and signed tho Lard, Substitute, Tins 18 to 22 per Cull the flocks: Eliminate unprofitTime To Oserlinul Machinery. strike. The women con- cent. able producers and reduce the feed ended tho Tho proper time for overhauling ductors have been employed since Breakfast Bacon, wnore Pieces, .06 farming machines is during their bill. Keep a back yard Hock: A small September 1. period of inactivity and boforo the Notwithstanding nearly three days to .07 per lb. Heavy Bacon, Whole pieces, .05 to rush of spring work. If put ff un- Hock in tho backyard will supply without street car service thero has .06 per lb. til needed, delay incident of getting tho family tabic not been the slightest lawlessness. Grow your poultry feed: HomeHams, Smoked, Whole .06 to .0J repair parts promptly, prc.-- or ..thor per lb. ot grown feed insures an available and State of Ohio. City ot Toledo, work, and tho hazy recollection In quoting sliced ham and bacon, Lucas County, us. tho past season's difficult ei' inuy economical supply. Frank J, Cheney makes oath that he Kat moro poultry and eggs: By eatusual differential to coyer actual hinder tho efficient prosecution of is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. add ing poultry and eggs moro freely you Cheney & Co., doing business In the City shrinkage. . .this work. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, "Original Mill Packages" as used At tho end of the season's work it will conserve tho meat supply. and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each product in tho same mill container is a plan well worth while to nnko One of tho most common mistakes and every case of Catarrh that cannot be as received by him. out a schedulo of needed repairs and of HALL'S CATARRH cured by in the feeding of dairy cows is that MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. "Broken Mill Packages" means adjustments for a particular machine Sworn to before me and subscribed In good cows aro not given n suffi- my presence, this 6th day of December, when retailor removes contents fro'm and 111c it In a convenient place, so the reA. W. QLEASON. A. D. 1SS6. original mill packages and seUs in when tho opportunity arises tho work cient quantity of feed abovo that Notary Public. (Seal) smaller quantities. may bo taken up and prosecuted ex- quired for tho physical maintenance Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken inacts through By other special regulations the Tlio machine itself rep- - to obtain the maximum quantity ot ternally and Surfaces of the the Blood on peditiously. System. Bend milk they aro capablo of producing. the Mucous , for testimonials, free. retailors' maximum margins havo alF. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. so been fixed In accordance with thu Sold bv all druggists, 7oC. or partial open-froTho curtain-fron- t following list: Hall's Family Pills for constipation. house is conceded to bo tho BOYD Potatoes, White Irish 25 to 30 per best typo for most sections. Tho cent. colony plan of housing poultry may Onions, 25 to, 30 per cent. FOR FLETCHER'S bo adopted to an advantage on many Eggs, (whether sold In carton or farms. This system does away with not) .07 to .08 per doz. the danger of tainted soil. Butter, .06 to .07 por lb. Tho roosts should bo built on tho APPKAIi TO WILSON. Butter substitutes, Olomarglno, sumo lovel, ;i feet from. the floor, With Nutmargarlno, etc., .05 to .0'6 per lb. Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from n a dropping board about G lhches Cheddars, Amsterdam, Dec, 7. Tho Jewish American, Cheese, femalo trouble which caused mo much them. Good roosts may bo mndo Woman's Council of Frankfort, Twins, Flats, Daisies, Long Horns suffering, and two which represents 45,000 Gor- and Y. A.'s .07 to .08 per lb. doctors decided of 2 by 2 inch material with tho upper that I would havo edges rounded. Margins on Victor Flour samo ns on man Jewish women, has sont a wireto go through un Tho nests may bo placed on tho less telegram to President Wilson Wheat Flour. operation before 1 side walls or under tho dropping appealing to him to interveno In Pocould get well. FRED M. SACKETT. "My mother, who boards. It is best to have thorn land on behalf of tho Jews. Tho tel- Federal Food Administrator of Ky. hud been helped by (darkened, as tho hens prefer a se egram says that horrlbio massacres LydlaE. Pinkham's cluded place lu which to lay. havo occured at many places in Po- THU XAVV IS AGAIX ogotablo Comland, especially Lomberg, and that pound, nilvijcd mo OPKX I'OK KXMKTMKXT Kurly hatching with proper feeding the Jews in Poland aro undergoing to tr it boforo and management, insures early egg medieval tortures for tho sake of tic", ltrelievedmo production. To tho young man who la ambitho It ton mv troubles pullets that lay posslblo,fallmark uso their faith. tious to bco thu world, to whom tho and in tho bo I can do my house work without any Heartburn is a system ot Indiges- tho auvontou.ro ot traveling, tho opdifficulty. I cdviso any woman who is them in tho breeding pou for tho ufllicted with femalo troubles to givo following spring. lu portunity to loam a trado, appeals, tion. Take a doso ot Herbino Lydia E. PinUiam's VegeUblo cases. Tho pain disappears in- horo is a wontlelfur chanco to do all such n tiiil and it will da us nuch for stantly. Tho bowels operate speedily and ho' paid for It. Tho Navy has Proper Housing Helps Hogs. tii m." tin. Makii: JJoyj 1121 6th Serious decrease In hog and you feel lino, vigorous and cheer- again opened all ot Its branches for St., N. E., Cunton, Ohio.x Sometimes there aro serious condduring 1917 bus brought forth a ful. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio Coun- - four years enlistment as was anition w'.iera n hospital operation ia tho doinand that farmors and pig club jty Drug Co, m nounced by tho main Recruiting Stact''y alternative, but on tho other hand mumburs materially incrcaso their tion for Kentucky ut 412 South so many women liavo been cured by this Fourth Street, Loulsvlllo, yesterday, E. swine production to meat the needs of fnnou3 rootnnd herb remedy, Lydia Tho official dispatch from Wnsh-- I 1 iridium's Vegetable Compound, after our soldiers and our allies for pork Ington states that men will bo accopt- doctors havo cuid that an operation was and pork products. Propor housing necessary cvry woman who wants 'will bo un important cd In tho Navy regardless of tho fact factor in such For Infants and Children to avoid an operation should irivo it n they aro registered with a local trial beforo submitting to tuch a increased production ns It will re- In Use For Over fair Years that hoard as no draft board will (haft duce tho amount of feed consumed tr ing ordeal. havo anything moro to do with a man If complications exist, writo to Lydia and will prevent losses from exposure Always ; E. rinkhumM' iieko Co., Lynn, Muss., 'especially uh desires to enliu In tho navy. with the early spring lit- Slgi fo- - ndvice. Vio 1 suit c f many years who now enlists will bo ters, lu some bcctlous of the county experience is t your I ovl-den- co ! Soft-shellpig-clu- m Children Cry for Fletcher's Ibo Kind in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- 7 You Have Always Bought, and which has been All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good CSjC&zfcjtacvr. - 60nal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. ' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ' age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrislmess. arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. 'hc Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORS A ' CASTORIA always c-- (ffdM 0 Use For Over 3 THK CKNTAtjRCOMPANV, NEW YORK CITY, ?Bears the Signature of Years The Kind You Have Always Bought .01. fm Stare k Pianos m sais. in Advance Sntisfnc (ion Guar No Money anteed lowestNet Prices Fa ot s-- Easit Terms Saving oi A . A. ETARCK eRCSIDENT all-da- S200Fao Front tory Direct lO0 to to-d- Pre-serv- will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days free trial, Jn your home. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, usa and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the hlgnest grade, sweetest tone J and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send Ittack, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. X Is Starck Piano must make good with you. or there is no sale. 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WrlteforFpoo-i- ui CASTORIA 30 J Liberal aasortmant and full valuo paid Hides and Coat 9Una I MRS siric. hVL-ryon- ib& wvc srtisi 'i' r!- - ' HvaFJ etc illustrations, r'ree. a sot ot Pocket n puges, nttins pjlwr. Maiu U you Lis G.&C. MERK1AM CO.. Sprinjfuli, NiU. mMIT'lJiT. 8.70 Jno. Hudson heirs, 55 a. No. Kack King, 1 a jJod Hatlcr, 86 n 25 Precinct 5.47 heirs by J. 0. Gray, 70 . no Mrs. S. A. Ilhnadn, 127 a. . . . 18.60 Hurt 8.41 John Owen Hoeker, town lot. 3.79 E. I. Smith, 30 n acres '"" Mrs. Clara A. Wndc, 7G n. . . 3.79 11. Karnes, 69 a 15.00 .For State, County, He hool, Dor nnrt 9.29 Kcsslngcr, 8.41. J, L. Lnshhronks, town lot . , n. . . 4.35 Stale llond Tx for 11H. 4.78 D. W. Wcstorncld, 92 L,ln8fonl( 25 n J. P. Mlllor. 5 n 3.28 35 C. O. Westeruold, 40 and 1G0 Lewis heirs, town lot 34.05 Finis Moore, 52 n. No. 23 A Notice Is hereby Given that I op 512 Mooro Ma No. 2.T Ilcflln. Precinct .? 3.79 one of my iloputlcs, will on Monda, 530 to g ft 6.75 Mrs. Eliza Mosety, 50 n. No, January 6, 1919. between the hours 358 Ollln Athcrton, 60 a CO a 9.14 29 Precinct 7.94 of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o clock p. ,0.29 A. H. Hasten, GO n jert , ,)n80M ,2 C. W. Newton, 62 n. 5.47 M., at the Court House door In HartSlcwnrt her3, 125 a. . . . 7.4 1 J. M. Hoover, 120 nnd 120 . 33 2 A. Powell, 18 n 6.59 n ford, Ohio County. Kentucky, expose 4.67 Sc,ironi,eP 8 a 2.68 7.30 J. E. Rlckett, 53 a to public salo for cash In hand, the G.96 C. M. Hoover, 45 a Stewart, ,.,IS a following dcscriiic.t property, or .. 7.71 15.53 Verna Sharp, town lot 7.99 James Roy Hatflcld, 70 a. Schro-,,,.G0 . . . Roja 8.S2 M. F. Sharp, 100 n 13.30 much thereof as may be necessary to Trumftn TaJ.,ort 40 a 869 J. C. Kirk, 66 a nnv Stntn. rnimiv. SCHOOL uok "" Albert Wright, 25 a 9.76 Mrs. Cyntha Shull, town 5.17 C. C. Price, 50 a A wealth of useful and appropriate gift things 9.25 lot 2.38 Stato road tax due thereon and un- Louisa J. Wright. 13 a. 1.29 It. C. Simmons, 100 a 7.01 Andrew Thorp, town lot paid, and the Interest, penalty and Justice Wilson, 66 a 4.36 9.49 T. S. Sumner, 40 a has been assembled for you. A gift from this ex4.36 Areu Wells, 103 a. No. 25 costs thereon: 12.36 'Zella Wcsterfleld, 50 a G. T. Wright. 50 a So. 1 Knst Harftord. 7.71 12 50 3H.24 Richard Watson, 76 a Precinct clusive shop for women, men and children not only !.. T. Wrleht. 200 a S.OS $ (Vralvo. No. 2(1 A. V. Austin, HO a Stove Woodward, 69 n. No. 25 4.62 Tlios. J. Watson, S a 6.S6 $ 6.60 "V. H. Cooper, 25 a 8.91 Bert It. Barnard, 24 a Sfr. Precinct Wright, 77 a reflects the good taste of the giver, it insures the full I 6.46 Adam 5.89 Dolley Wedding. 20 n 3.23 Mont (Inddis, 50 a Marvin Durham, 36 a Kn- -l Homer Hani. Xo.18 4.62 5. 84 Mrs. Utile Wilson, 25 a 2.12 A. L. Gaddls, 25 a 6.59 J no. Durham, 24 n. . . appreciation of the recipient. W. H. Marrlatt et al 50 a. . . 4.78 7.71 E. F. Smith, 157 a. No. 29 Dcnnlo Grlllln, 11 a Mrs. H. B. Williams. 102 a. . . Arliucklc, town Mrs. Annie Mrs. Delia Moseley. 126 a. . . 12.75 19. OS Precinct 3.87 No. 27 Pt. Pleasant. lot Below we mention articles suitable : 3.44 li. T. IUley, town lot 17.08 V. 9.37 Steve and Jay Westerfleld, 63 Hoeker, 25 a Allen, 21 a Cassander 511 13. 11.91 N. A. Schroader, HO a a. No. 6 25.74 Ernest Kirtley, 10 a 7.31 I McCoy, 112 a 2.92 J. R. G. Shroater, town lot No. !17 Colored. 7.01 W. M. Kirtley, 165 a 34.35 I. K. Miller, 40 a 5.31 11. M. Acton. 1 a 10.36 J. D. Wilson, 25 a 5.91 No. 28 Xurrovt.s. Robinson, 1 a 1.24 Anna Wedding Heirs, town lot 6.19 14.66 Charlie Carter, S5 a $ 27.14 W. M. Baltzell, 50 a Mrs. Oscar Stevens, town lot No. SI Wet Hartford. 5.29 Louie Barrett, town lot Sa D.im. Charley Condor, 7.57 Xo. II West Heaver $ 14.14 2 12 J. II. Ford, 41 a 5.06 H. F. Foreman, 100 a 14.75 Mrs. Bethel Chlnn. a ;, Henry Balden, town lot, . . .$ Muffs, Collars, Kid Gloves,. Handkerchiefs, .' . 9. SI 2 63 E. M. Ford, 25 n 5.34 C. F. Piillian. 4 a 10.76 Kugene Chlnn, Vi a Embry. 30 a Newton 3 91 Airs. Amanda Johnson, town Paul Carter, town lot 4.83 C. W. Sharp. 2 a. and town 'Mrs. Mary Hunley, town lot. Camisoles, Towels, Waists, silk Hose, Hand 13ags, '. 2 12 lot 7.01 3.23 Lulu Drane, Kelley, town lot lot 'Ed F. 6.77 7 85 Daniel King, town lot 7.57 Estll Willis, town lot S.S3 Otis Ford, 37 a JMnllon McDowell, Cloaks and Umbrellas. 47.01 Ik. Henry Leach, 120 a 3 23 E. S. Foreman. 50 a 7.57 Xo. 2t Ma Ralph. J. Stewart. 5 5S Mrs. Jennie Mosely, town 13.30 C. W. Gibson, town lot Mrs. Ida Kelly, 61a Xo. 1." McHcnry. 4.S2 2 68 lot 1.14 Elbe Hizer, Rachel Midklff. 16 a 5.10 7.C2 'Frank Crane, town lot ....$ 4 09 J. W. Wilson 40 u balance . . 7.10 Ida Hawkins, tnwn lot C.16 Mrs. Nancy Russoll SO a W. D. Fuller, la. ....... No. :$ Iteda. 6 !6 11. 1C Vlg Docker, 1 Vfc a 11.50 R. A. Wedding. 57 a a 35. SI J. W. Geary, SI J. Y. Hoover. 12:5 a 185 Jennie Nail, town lot ."Ill No. Pu'iillss. 'George ndms. Growbargor, 11.12 5 32 0. W. Hoover, 90 a 5.97 William Parks, 4 a 5.10 !Mr. Minnie Chapman. 30 a.. Silk sox, Gloves. Ties, Suspenders, Umbrellas. town lot 12 Alonzo Hartlett (by Board) . . 12. IS 6.69 Funk Render. SO a 5.SU JElla Stevens. 65 a J.C. Hoeker. town lot 21. OS 3 2! G. E. Smith, 75 a 27.42 Mrs. .1. A. Shuitz. 9 a 5i34 'O. K. Scott, 230 a Suitcases, Handbags, Shoes, Overcoats, and lots of 10.01 ,J. R. Likens, town lot 2U Smith. 45 a. A., Llzio Tuiicll, town lot No. :?1 Herbert. 2,12 Mrs. Mary Likens, IS a 31.31 1s TIchcnor, 56 a M. 'Nanry J. Brown. 30 a $ 2.12 Calvin Taylor. 4 a. items suitable for boys and girls. J. It. Likens, la Xo. I Sulphur Sprins" 7 56 7.47 Anderson Thomas, town lot II. Bicket. S3 a 5.46 J. '12. U. Tichenor, town lot $ 8.64 Henry Ashby. CO a 12 ".u C.9I Gnylon Taylor. twn lot 10.20 Henry Iloskius, 16' a Visit our Store for your needs. 4.35 W. M. Wllks, town lot Mary II. Bratcher, CI a S. A HHATCIIHR iMrs. Louisa Payne, 75 a 2.12 S.O.. IS. 50 Clyde Ward. 50 a John F. Dorfron, 21 a Sheriff, Ohio County 10.11 Jan. II. Worth, 75 a No. HI Centertown. 25.10 James Fitzhugh. 130 a No. :R! Arnold. 5.94 $ Respectfully yours, M. L. Ashby, 47 a C.S0 FOR SALE. A. J. Harris, 52 a 3.SS Yitula Arnold, 4 a 0.25 H. J. Brown. H. C. Brown and Jesse King, 50 a 9.5 10. IS L. W. Allen. 50 a It. Bishop. SI a 7.52 Lot and two story brick storehouse, W. n. Maiden, CO a 10.66 J. It. Byors. 100 m C. Brown, 13 4.64 J. H. and H. good condition and most desirable lo-- 1 Mary K. Nix. 40 a 6.00 cation. Address Box 321, Hartford. 4.35 W. II. livers, 30a 1.41 Harret I). Peach, 5 a 7.52 or apply at this office. 11.10 P. C. Beasley, 65 a 95 a 21tf. 7.01 II J. Brown, E. L. Toms, 41 a 7.01 J. 3 6 Ellis Coy. 20 a a 13.56 Rosco Bishop, 11 a Jas. H.Wright. 124 9.50 5.71 Lawrence Coy, 80 a HICKORY. S.13 W. I). Chapman, 3 a Win. L. Wright. 50 a 7.97 5.09 L. B. Carter. 00 a There are several case.-- , of intlu HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 9.76 Ollce Everly. town lot Young. 7S a William 11.S7 enza In this neighborhood 5.06 N. L. Embry, 80 a Herman Hoskins, Mugaii. No. , 2.07 22.54 Bill Evans, 10 a Mr. Sam Leach is very ill of pneu7.01 L. M. Hatcher, 109 a 75 a . C. B. Baughn, S.92 monia, following an attack of Influ 4.99 George Frame, 124 a. v M. Iglehart, town lot 1.77 J. Kate Midklff. town lot 6.51 enza. 7.01 II. II. Green. 33 a. 5.S6 11. W. Oglesby. 24 a BUYING WAR SAVINGS STAMPS HELPS YOU Oliver Midklff. 3 a 7.09 5.70 S. .1. II. Keown. 123 a Mr. and Mrs. Carded, of Prentiss, J. L. Porter, admr. town lot. (I No. Cromwell. 6.01 visited Mrs. Steve WestirCield last V. L. Swift, 37 a 19.7 $ 2.41 E. M. Rowe, 155 a. AND UNCLE SAM. Lizzie C. Austin. 35 a. 4.95 week. 13.91 R. L. Smith. 6 a H. M Tichenor, 35 a a. 60 Clemments, G. A. 4.67 6.02 Thomas Smith. 60 a Mr. Netter Miller has bought R 11.95 J R. Whitehead. 27 a (credt.) ?::.12 P. I. Ikon's farm, and is mot lug to it No. :t;t Render. 14.09 No. 17 Small House. ij A. Drake. S5 a : .$ 10.16 this week. 7 ,l! A. J. Addington. 70 a 8 14.06 E. R. Bishop, 35 a VW. H. Johnson, 1 a 7.67 Mrs. Julia Taylor died of apoplexy said. ' I have been looking for my and taking everything Into account, 29.91 E. J. Bishop, town lot 5.46 II. I Addington. 90 a Susan Knhn, town lot tho present crop is much more satis- 9.67 November 25. She left four chil- calf ' .1. C. Carpenter. IS a 5.4G W. G. Ellison. 25 a ii.U Edna Maples, 50 a Mr. J B. Faught and family, of factory than that of last year 9.25 dren. Interment in Mt .ion ceme11.14 J. R. Carman, 25 a 7.62 E. C. Jackson. 83 a S. W. Pool. 10i a Centertown, visited the family of Mr Tobacco buyers are In life saddle In 10,36 tery. 6.44 Arthur Faught. 30 a 5.3S Mrs. M. E. Jackson, 32 a. . . J. W. Phelps, town lot force, but the growers are holding Prof. Henry Leach, of Hartford, E. R. Bishop, Sunday 28.74 Mrs. Jno. Schneawdwso, town 8.94 Vig Morton. 75 a Miss Mary Runney, 100 a. . . Mr. Ernest Price has returned their tobacco in the hope that prices . 7.01 visited his parents Saturday night. lot 27.47 No. 7 Cool Springs. C. E. Wolcott; 150 a may be better later on, but as Is alm from Camp Taylorr 4.79 1.35 Willie Watson. 10 a $ 4.95 Viola Whittaker, town lot . . Vurdy Adkins. 1 a Do you get up at night? Sanol Is Mrs. Ora Maddox, of Hartford, Is ways the ease, some will sell as soon No. :U Simmons. 4.33 12.84 N. L. Withrow, 30 a.' G. H. Raymer, 90 a $ IS. 19 surely the best for all kidney or blad- spending several days with her sister, as they get an offer. The bujers claim Kd Klrby, 75 a 21.50 No. IK FordsWlle. It. W. Taylor. 119 a they are buying a few crops every 3.23 der troubles. Sanol gives relief in Mrs. J. W. Loney. SO a $ S.69 Mrs. Alice Smith. 2 a agt. S. 1. 100 Payton Basham, It. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shoulders and day. C.12 24 hours form all backache and bladH. Stewart, 35 a 5.71 W. 8.83 Ernest Bogard, 40 a der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed children, .Mabel, Irene and Madeline, More land has changed hands 3.S5 14.50 Mrs. Pearl Huff, town lot . . Additional. It. T.Taylor, 100 a remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at motored to Owensboro Saturday. In this community since last fall than 9.30 Mrs. Lizzie Amos, 40 a. No. 6 5.89 H. M. Matthews, town lot . . . II. W. Taylor. 26 a 46-the drug store. Mr. J. II. Autry and family visited ever before in tho same length of S 5.46 10.43 No. 8 North Rockport. Precinct Pole Miles. 50 a mm relatives at McIIenry. Sunday. time, and still the sales go on ; Estil Marlow. 75 a Dr. 17.0S ? 9.7 15.28 L. E. Arbuckle, 50 a Floyd Raker, 36 a MIDWAY. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Igleheart, of J. A. Duff has bought of .Mr. Andy 19.14 5.97 W. C Ashby. 81 8.07! Frank Matthews. 13 a a Gerry names, town lot Centertown, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hoek- Cummlngs a small farm for which ho 34. S8 6.96 A. F. Bellamy, 53. a two town O. V. Crabtree. How swiftly time steals along! Walter Marlow, 75 a 7.71 8.29 J. II. Babbit. 80 a 12.73 Grant Rusher, 36 a year soon shall have pass er, Hartford, spent Sunday at Mr. I paid $100 per acre. Iot3 Another M. Brown's. 5.01 Mrs. N. B. Smith, 85 a 5.79 W. E. Baunon, 71 a. No. 31 Jerry Dawson, town lot ed Into history bearing a record P. Mr. and .Mrs. B. W. Hoeker and XOTICK TO IKK." OWNERS. 4.08 3.55 C. B. Withers. 1 a Andy Devlne, town lot Each year brings Precinct of great sorrow. daughters, Bouluh and Artie, visited by Agnes C. G. Baxter. 51 a. No. K tt.s sorrow and pain hut surely the Xo. ID East Fords llle. Mrs. Bell Hugh, Vp to December. 9th. 191S, there IS. 19 year 1918, now fast approaching its Mr. Tatum and family, of Simmons, have been only 56 licenses and tags 3.S8 Mary L. Newton. 50 a ? 3.07 Precinct Sneddon ( recently. 2.44 J. F. Overton, 35 a 6.80 L. H. Brown, 100 a. No. 23 clost, surpasses any, bringing sadness Mrs. Nannie Heck dogs In Ohio county for tho Messrs. Pirtle and Layton Park, of Issued for 5.95 19.04 to so many hearts. , 4.79 S. W. Overton, 35 a .1. R. Hincs, town lot Precinct year 1919, and there are about 1600 Louisville, visited their parents, Mr. 15 a. No. 23 18.15 A. M. Peckenpaugh, 96 a. .. 27.02 J. A. Clark. Such changes within one short dogs In the county. The Acts of tho S. I. Landrun, 74 a Mrs. 1). M. Park, last week. 5.S9 year! 6.84 Candy Smith. 40 a 15.29 But, uiid all the changing and Precinct W. II. Nembo. 3 a 1918 Legislature require that on or 1.2G scenes of life there is One unchang 10.87 Harry Depp, lo'wn lot 6.22 W. R. Wells, 80 a P. M. Whalen. town lot before tho first day of January of each Sl'Ll'lICK SPRINGS. 4.84 No. 20 Actnnlille. ing, whatever may pabs away. Mrs. Kmma lOvans, 40 a. No. Margaret Williams town lot . . year, each and every person who 3.S2 X. W. Baize. 57 and 45 a. .. 15.80 The moist "weather of the past few owns, harbors or permits any dog or 20 Precinct Williams, town' lot Thfjro are several cases of intluen-zi- j Bessie 7.91 4.52 Elton Evans, 50 a is. 26 ,S. A. Ilendrlx. town lot, here. At this writing Louis, the days has made a lino tobacco Benson dogs to stay upon his premises shnll J. T. Wilson, 130 a 5.47 J. W. Holder, town lot 9.35 live yer old child of Mr. Jas Iluize nnd the g'rowers are worKmg over- license and procure a tag for such No. S) South Hockpoil. Mrs. M. A. Kirk, 68 a 12.87 W. I). Hardin, 118 a town 24.43 is dangerously ill. time to get their crops stripped out dog or dogs from tho County Clerk Mary A. Anderson, Ira Norris, 84 a 3 87 W. A. Probus. 37 a $ 9.80 'Claud Kitchens, 40 a. No. Great excitement prevailed In this and ready for the market when tho of his county, which tag shall be worn lot 4.S1 community last Saturday. .Mr. Will price gets right. 5.49 j 7.86 Kaltsman Billy, town lot Precinct W. V. Graves. 100 a by the dog for which tag was Issued 2.9C L. N. Lanham, 52 a 8.69 Mrs. Cello Thorlou, town lot. On uccouut of thf prevalence of at all times under penalty of tho law. 8.36 Francis' child, two and a half years Ira Hartley. 37 a 2.6S Xo. 21 Shrew. 4.55 old, was-losIrviu Morris, town lot nearly all day. It hap- Influenza and n rainy day tho W. F. And It Is tho duty of the sheriff to Mabel Herald, 7 a 5.79! May Gentry, 100 a $ 6.71 pened to get awny from the house Acton salo was called off Tuesday. kill any dog found without 12.82 Iledy Mitchell. 40 a Mm. It. I'. Her. town lot such tag D.63 II. F. llutf. 100 a 9.20 Cal .Murphy, 100 a Quite a number of farmers are upon It, under the provisions of tho 13.76 and wandered Into the woods; and Mrs. Sullie Jack.on. 1G5 a. . . 4.78 Allen Moxley, 55 a 6.11 U. S. Moxley, 125 a 15.56 wns found, unharmed, In a neighbor's done gathering corn, and while tho said Act. Rauheu Scott, 33 a 7.81 Willie Moxley, 50 a 3.79 Mary E. Mize. 64 a 7.71 barn lot about n mllo from home. crop Is not nearly so large as It was S. H.. Smith. SO a W. C, HLANKKNSHIP. 7.09 Mrs. Eliza Obeuchuiu, 2 a. 2.12 G. W. McMnhan. 60 u 11.25 On being asked where he had been, ho lust year, tho finality Is much better. L.L. Vents, Vj a Clerk Ohio County Court. 20.38 Xo. 10 Select. Ohio Co. Telephone Co. Pat I).- Ross Mortiu. 02 Vj a $ 2.40 W. M. Phlpps, 46 a 12.07 6.46 J. It. Albin 90 a 1.1 .65 6.46 5.29 C. W. Sharp.- - 46 a F. L. Royal, 94 a Thomas A. Albin, 8 a .21 L. W. Reynolds. 51 a 7.57 Mrs. .1. N. Sapp. 3 a 6.92 S. W. Bulo. 100 a 4.78 Xo. 22 Olulou. Lon T. Smith, town lot W. 1). Iluize, .1 $ S.69 Sylvester Awtry, 63 a .44 A. .1. Stewart, 40 a 15.02 A. P. Butlor. 80 a 1 .03 10.09 Ed Burkloy, 117 a 8.13 M. J. Kmbry, 93 a John Short, (col) 4 a 5.89 11. C. Daniel, 30 a 7.01 it. C. Taylor and Nettle Mll,-lo- r. Willie Klpor. 40 a 9.91 7.48 C. K. Daniel. 200 a 18.88 185 & a V. L. Klpor, 2(5 u 19.46 O I. Tiirnuc 41) n S'n !!. 6.12 'James Hoover, 165 a Hstil Keown, 13 a 5.56 t'lmilo.f Quluubcrry, 60 a. .. 8.27 Precinct 9.48 Kstll L. Morris. 21 a 5.31 L. J. Wilson, town lot 6.25 'J. C. Westerlleld, 120 a. No 23 N. II. Wilson. 23 a day. and Hot-sAH and 8.64 18.76 Precinct llraiich. Xo. II JE. E. Wilson. 45 a. now on $ No. 2:1 llufonl. Mrs. Marth.i We.sterllehl, 270 3.23 Maggie Iluize, 40 a $ 6.41 l)ol!lo Bell, 130 a a 4.91 28.95 W. II. Dnvall, 43 a in and (vasco C. llalnl, 22 a 8.97 1.64 Cicero Wadu, 100 a. T. II. Freymlre. 82 a. (credFees 1 12 a. M. Wedding, 12 a. 3.64 17.41 Oliver French, 40 ited by $3.50) 1.41 Warden heirs, 125 a 7.71 Clayton Wallace, 08 a. No. 30 Maggie Ferguson, town lot . . We on we have made. 2.79 Rhoda Jackson, 50 a 5.34 9.39 Precinct A(a ilayuraft, 15 a 2.6S Isaboll Morgan. HID a. 2.84 21.48 Dennis Walker, town lot Alien Wllkurson, 55 a 2.96 Clarence Rhld!oT92 a 8.81 29.32 Kluur Wilson Delia Wnrloy. 1 1 a ,. No. ISO Nou Resident. No. 21 Mai Melt. No. Ill GO u. $ 7.52 J. A. Ambrobo, 100 u 18.11 Mrs. SallU) Ambrose, M. G. Aw try, B0 a 1.35 Mrs. Ida Doles. 60 a 2.6S I $ 23 Prejijnct 3.35 AguM A. Drown, OB a. , 3.90 Ollio Bean S8 Vs u 15.S4 Marvin Il'lankk. 100 u. No. 1 L. C. OrolK, 20 a X Third and fi.34 11. H. Chapman. 90 and 53 21.13 1 Product , A. A. Colhird. 1 V4 a C.SU u 7.82 10.31 J., y., Farmfii;. B.,1, u A; Uttmnluril. 6 u J. J. F. VICKERS G.W. ROBINSON GEO. BENTLY M. G. Funk, 50 u 3.82 11.46 K. S. Foreman, 51 a Cuttard and Mttthwi, uw 5.97 R. K. Puo.ua. 185 ti 17.70 Mrs. S. F. Goodman, US u. ,. 12.18 lot 5. CI Mis. t. A. Gray, 100 u 19.97 3.96 It. F. Gray, 111 Ja .1 Goodman, "5 a SHERIFFS SALES .I 8 I 12a..... Christmas Gifts V ...... Now Ready. .... I .... .... '. I .... For Ladies: I kil .... la la I ... la ... ' For Men: ' .... . 1 J Carson (& Co. la " yr .... .... .... .... .... .... t 4.t4. .... 1 . t The Lancaster House IS NOW RECEIVING TOBACCO. open day night. ...'... .... Sales every the market. buyers arc T ...... .... under same management. Sixth year same location same as last year solicit your business the record Ro-lii- c. Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Triplctt f f