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The Hartford republican: December 20, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918122001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 20, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ht JKattf otb HejMjbiimn. Fine Job Printing. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 01 Ai VIII PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 25 TO HEAD OFF VOL. XXXI. THE RUSH TO MARKET CUTS TOBACCO PRICES HARTFORD, 0J5I0 COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918. mado In your paper, a clipping of which was Inclosed in a letter from in this conmy wlfo this morning, nection 1 will stato that tho "Black On another pago of this paper tho Dovlls" havo produced and delivered ovorythlng that was oxpectcd of them. reader will find tho doctors' defense Thero havo been somo vory trying of tho "Combine," written by Dr. times, especially whllo crossing whon Oscar Allon, of Cromwell. Tho Docwo had a Btibmnrlno attack, about ten tor indeed undertakes a defonso of o'clock ono morning, whllo passing tho physician's Just right to collect through tho Irish sea, Just a day his accounts a right we In no way landing, and of nil feelings, that attacked hut docs not attempt an ono is not tho best; especially when pology for tho principle of tho "Comhow badly tho It ls not known Just bine," tho object of our denunciation. nut thoy stood ship Is damaged, Having somo notion of tho meaning tho test. I know from that minute of words wo brought this unthat any "Hocho" who faced them equivocal lndictmont: "Combinations would, bo a "good ono" (only dead to force individuals to a given nction, ones) and If I am not very much whether it is undertaken by captains there aro several "good ones" of industry or neighborhood regulain this registered in somo book, not tors, is n wrong and harmful princworld, duo to tho efforts of tho iple" There can bo nothing ammight bo of inIt "lllack Dovlls." biguous about, that statement, but In terest to you to know that my to avoid posslblo misunderwas named "Tho Battnlllon order gave standing of our purpose wo said, From Hell." It wns, and wo "with tho doctor, as with others givthem a hell of a time. Wo did our ing service, tho laborer ls worthy of say wo shall best, and I nm happy to his hire, and wo have no argument nil return, with tho exception of a few to offer ngainst the Justice of such who havo mado the suprome sacrifice, payment. Ho has n right to warn his that liberty might live. patient that his labor must be paid "It Is finished; well done thou good for under penalty of withdrawal of and faithful servant" aro tho words his services." With this plain stateI can imsrglno I henr from tho Godment before him Dr. Allen was forced dess of Liberty ns wo approach the to strain his logic to read in what we It was a grand said a defense or an apology natlvo shores again. for men wo fool proud finish. We nro happy; who refuse to pay their doctor bills. of the wonderful achievement of tho Tho prlnciplo of business combina folks back home. We knew that we tions for the purpose of raising prices could do it; tho folks back homo were is odious to, public sentiment, and has Now since wo suffered our backers. been prohibited by legislation by tho and bled, no mercy not ono dot to bo federal congress, as well as by tho taken from tho terms of the armis- legislatures of most of the states. tice. It ls tho Hun's own bitter dose. "Owing to the scarcity of doctors they Mako him take It. De will mako an Increased charge for Now on bohalf of the "Dlack 'night calls." Thece wo have It in vils" I thank you very kindly for your 'unblushing terms an agreement to iney uiiprcciuiu u. Ullio mention, prices with the frank stateWishing you and all of my friends 'increase merry Christmas and happy New ment that It was done because tho a doctors aro scarce. The combine was Year. entered Into before tho war closed. I am very truly yojirs. Sincerely, Tho length of tho harvest ahead JOHN L. LALLENGER. might be a long ono. Hut now tho Mnjor 814, Hat. war is over and tllb duutuvs' tvltl'StfoTr mm bo home again. And they will come DOES OKF1CIAI DUTY. prestige. with increased Few of them, we take it, will Join tho "ComEsnuiro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, Is bine" we assume as much because the first Ohio county otllclal to Impublic sentiment in regard to tho mat-tpose a fino on an automobile driver has been freely expressed. for speeding. A young man, a Mr. Wo note the Doctor says "Tho real Murphy wo understand, drovo his scientific doctor who is at tho same machine, through Dundee nt a racing time a good business man, is tho exnrrnst-od'an- d speed, and tho Squire had him ception, rather than the rulo." Tho brought before tho court for great, unvarying trial, and Imposed a fino for $25 and Doctor thus states a law of the human mind, nnd appar- This offense has tho borderings. boen committed with great frequency in every section of the county, but HEARD THE LAST GUN. other olficials hnvo been derelect of duty In not bringing tho offenders to Young nmn who saw the end of the Justice. Human life is too sacred to great conflict writes Interesting letallow reckless drivers of automobiles ter to his parents. to endanger It with Impunity, nnd Somewhere Near Germany, now that Squlro Dean has shown tho Novembor 14, 1918. way we hope our other ofllcials will Mr. Lee Mason, Join in the crusado and break up tho Ccntertown, Ky. The public will dangerous practice. Dear Father: Just a lino to dear commend Squlro Denn for breaking old Dad to let you know that I am the otllclal ice. still living, and heard the fatal shot m m- that brough peace to this old world KVKIIKTT TAYLOR DEAD. once more. I am proud to say I saw tho final end, and that I am still livMr. Everett P. Taylor died sudden- ing, nnd helping the Amorlcnn Exly, Sunday morning, nt West Frank- peditionary forces to rejoico over our fort, 111. After eating breakfast Mr great victory. Taylor started to his store and died This Is a great time in Franco now. suddenly whllo on tho way, death re- Wish you woro over hero to help us sulting from heart failure. Ills re- rojolco. I know you aro some happy mains were brought to Heaver Dam people in tho states, but Just think of for burial, Tuesday. Tho burial was us over hero. Don't you think wo conducted by tho masons, of which are tho ones to be happy? Mr. Taylor was an honored mein-bo- r. I am only waiting until I can hear Mr. Taylor was for many that big ship call us aboard for tho years a druggist, and later post- grand old United States. And it is master, nt Heaver Dam. About then I shall be happier than ever. I three years ago ho wont into think by tho timo wo sail I shall tho drug business at Nortonville, nnd havo seen as much of this country as inter engaged in tho samo business I over caro to seo. I shall then bo at West Frankfort, HI. Evorott was ready to stay at homo tho rest of my ono of tho best of Ohio county's citi- days with Pupa and Mamma. . Hut if zens, and a host of friends will Join it is ever to bo done again don't think tho Republican in sincere expressions I shall not bo ready to cotno back. I of condolence ttr his wife and chil- am Just llko I wns before I camo. I dren. wanted to como, and I told you all mm the time I did, but 1 really don't think you believed It. ADJUDGED INSANE. Your Only son In Franco, STILLIB. An Inquest was held in county mm coitrt Tuesday, to Inquiro into the NEW HANK FIXTURES. sanity of Peto Norman, of Cromwell, nnd after hearing tho ovidonco of Tho Hank of Hartford has bought, witnesses, tho Jury adjudged Norman of unsound mind and he will be sont and will install by tho first of tho Normun year, completo now flxturos. The to Hopklnsvilio Asylum. was sent to tho Asylum last spring now bank fixtures will bo tho most but nfter a fow weeks conflnment, costly and attractive of Its kind to his condition appeared improved, nnd bo found In a, small town bank in Kentucky. Tho base is finely polishho was returned to his homo. ho became violently lnsnno ed marble, and tho wire casing ubovo again, and It was thought it unsafo ls a modern design of a very attracto keep him at home lib Is u slnglo tive character. Hut with all tho added dignity of tho Hank's appearmail und lived with his brothor-ln-laNorman was u member of tho ance, "Mut" Hunter will still woar Kentucky Stato Guard, and was with that oldtimo farm boy sinllo whllo the Ohio County Company on the waiting on the customers of the "Old Reliable." Mexican border, two years ago. bo-fo- ro nils-takbat-talll- on or ly THE "DOCTOR'S COMBINE'? cntly without grasping Its significance. Tho mind that is scientifically great can not bo morcenary. To such a mind money-gettin- g is a mean necessity. Tho man devoted to his science, whom nnturo endowed with a ransccdant genius may, by the very oxcellonco of his labor, become tho favorlto rather than tho builder of a fortune, hut tho humbler genius, though no less earnest in his effort to becomo a benefactor of his fellow-mels by tho very earnestness and singleness of purposo a poor financier. It ls the rulo rather than the exception in the practice of medicine that tho better tho dbctor the poorer the financier. The reason Is not far to seek. His thought, energy, time, pride Indeed his very soul is dedicated to the single purposo of achieving what really great minds hunger for excellence In his profession. The purely mercenary mind should not enter upon any of the, liberal professions. Its place Is on tho stock exchange. Wo have the highest respect for tho medical profession, and wo aro now defending it against its attack upon itself. Wo were once in a doctor's office when he recelveif a call (from a poor family) somo miles away, to seo a child that was struggling with a foreign substance in its throat. The doctor called back "How aro you fixed for paying." I said to him "You ought to have been with the 'Money Changers' who were whipped out of tho temple." No, Doctor, wo have no defense for those who will not pay their doctor's bills, but we do protest ngainst sixteen members of your profession reducing it to the, level of a trade. Doctor, we want to assure you that the men who have, condemned our course arc not "Hit dogs." It would not bo a Justice to them perhaps to publish their names, but if you will call on us In person.we will give you a largo number of them. A young farmer In your own community came into our olllcc since wo received your letter nnd he never wanted for a dollar in his life, and is perhaps a patron of yours and paying his subscription remarked,"I will pay up for another year. If you send the paper blank for tho remainder of the' year your roast of the doctors' combine was worth the price of a years subn, Markets Thronged And All Grades Suffer In Slump. Dec. 17. Sales or Owcnsburo, 1,110,000 pounds of Pryor tobacco for $175,000 were reported by tho managers of the Owensboro looao leaf houses The general avoragu of $15.20 per from $1 to $3 hundred pounds under tho .prices paid for tho weed last week. Tho market continues flooded, there being so much tobacco. In Owensboro that local buyers arc finding trouble taking care of It. Tho bidding wns spiritless only three or four of tho big buyers being much in evidence. to-da1 of not moro than $100 and Imprisonment of not moro than thirty days for any dog owner who does not comply with tho law, and also provides a penalty of from flvo to twenty five dollars fino for tho sheriff or his doputy who docs not Impound any dog found without n tag. Dog owners should tako warning and provldo their dogs with tags before tho first day of January. m FOOD SPECULATORS Being Methods Sought To Regulate Prices After War By Robert W. Hobbs. Washington, Dec. 17. Somo meth od of continuation of government supervision of rctnll food prices is be ing sought to prevent an outbreak of food profiteering at tho conclusion of peace. Immediately on tho signing of tho armistice, it is charged, retailers began to Jump in prices, feeling that the war was over and that the decks were again cleared for buslnoss as normal, which they are said to have interpreted to mean "all that the traffic will bear." Tho enforcement division of tho food administration was at once flooded with complaints. It proceeded to hurry a warning to all state administrators and their assistants that the fair price lists were to be continued and the margins of profit allowed retailers oa staple commodities would not be varied while the administration was In existence. This will be until the President proclaims peace. of Herbert Tho final message Hoover to his confidental assistants before ho left for Europe contained a warping to them of the necessity oC activities against profiteering: "We should at once begin to relax the regulation and control measures of the food administration at every point where they do not open a possibility of profiteering and speculation. This wo can not and will not permit so far as our abilities extend until tho last day that wo have au- OUR HONOR IIOLIj. K, HopkiiisvUlr. Hopklnsvilio, Ky., Dec. 17. Tho looso tobacco floors are ho crowded, both with weed, growers and buyers .that nothing like cumulate salc3 y only flvo of tho can bo hnd. eight houses were zisltcd. in order to relirvr tho situation, sales will start ut S o'rlouk and continue until dark. About $400,000 pounds were Fold All were of lower typoj Prices ranged from JO to $20. To-ilnto-da- Tho names below are those of our soldier boys who were killed or died of wounds in France, and aro tho names that will be inscribed on the monument to be erected hero. Wo mndc a diligent effort to mako this roll complete but aro not sure we havo done so. If there are any other martyrs to their country, whoso names we did not get,, friends or relatives will plcaso be good enough to report them. Wo want tho names of those who were killed or died of wounds received In battle. Arthur B. Laws. Robert Davis. Sergt. Eddie Lee. Cecil Draper. Lee Kieth. Oscar Durali. John Crow, Chester Reed. Sergt. Chas. C. Main. Malin A. Denton. Cyrus Williams. Dudley Evans. Douglas Taylor. Clarence Gabbert. mm A KID IN COURT. The youngest oldest married man ever arralnged before the Ohio coun ty court was before Judge Cook, a fow days ago, on a charge of desert-n- g his Infant children. John Harrel, of McIIenry, married a few days be fore ho was fifteen years old, and although not yet twenty one, has been married more than five years. He still looks the kid. He and his wife seem to have formed the separating habit, and after a recent separation she had a warrant issued charging him with failing to provide for their two infant children. Harrel waived examining trial and was held' under bond to answer nt tho next term of circuit court. m f Glasgow. Glasgow, Ky., Dec. 17. Tho Glasgow market opened again todny after a postponnient of a week owing to No unsatisfactory prices offered. hurley wns sold. The "dark brought an average of about $13.50. Ls A committee of ten farmers watching tho sales with a view of to making koiiiu recommendations farmers to prpcuro better prices. Miidistiinillc. Madisonville, Ky., Dec. 17. The top price for tobacco on tho Burch-liel- d y was $27.50, whllo floor $26.50 was tho highest price reached at Wuko's floor, the offerings being not quite so good Monday. More than 200,000 pounds were offered, and the floors had to close many their doors this morning, wagons being unable to unload unto-da- thority under the law." Plans understood to have received approval at tho White House beforo THE SEASON'S SALES OWENSBORO MARKET Tho tobacco sales on the Owens? boro loose leaf market, to tho closo of last week, since the season opened December 2, at the- - various houses were: West Ninth-StreHouse. 1,393,605 pounds, averago $16.03. LnncnMcr House. 938,605 pounds average $15.05 Daviess County House. 579,850 pounds, averago $14.97 Equity House. 295,390 pounds, average $15.46. scription." til The averago y was about $1S. MOVES TO OHIO COUNTY. Ed F. Ewan and son Hertram and two children moved Monday, to a farm in Ohio County near Hartford, which Mr. Ewan recently bought. Heforo leaving Mr. Ewan expressed his regrets at having to leave Hancock county and said that ho had tried to find a farm In the county that would suit him, for salo at a price that he could afford to pay, but that he had not been able. There ls probably no better known or more highly respected man in Hancock county than Ed Ewan. He served tho people of this county as Deputy sheriff for eight years and for tho past four years served as sheriff. During his long tenure of office he managed the affairs of his olllco in many such a way that ho mndo friends and fow enemies. Hancock Clarion. Mr. Ewan bought Mr. Tom Duko's farm, near Sunnydalo. Bowling Breen. Howling Green, Ky., Dec. 17. The y throo looso leaf warehouses sold 400,000 pounds of tobacco at the following prices: Leaf, $12 to $24; lugs, $10 to $23; trash, $9 to $1S. Tobacco is coming In fast, and thoro will be sales daily. There will not bo any hurley sales until after January 10. HENRY IMRTLE INJURED. Mr. Henry IMrtlo camo very near losing his life Monday afternoon, when a tractor ho wns driving turned over and all but crushed his life out. Mr. Plrtlo attached his tractor to n threshing machine preparatory to moving tho mnchlno for tho purposo of threshing peas, on Trof. Henry Leach's farm. In hitching tho chain, attaching the tractor to tho mnchlno, h) hooked tho chain nvor instead of under tho nxlo of tho tractor, and applying his power tho tractor reared and fell baekwnrd, catching Mr. Plrtlo under it, badly crushing the upper parts of his body mid houd. Ono arm wns broken, his shoulder bone was fractured nnd ho received a severe and painful cut on his hond. Honry Loach nnd Virgil Elgin woro presont and lifted tho heavy mnchlno off tho Injured man. Physicians adjusted tho brokon bones, nnd Mr. Plrtlo will sbon recover from his Injuries. the President went abroad looked towards an extention of the Federal trade commissions' activities and their assumption ot tho fair price activities of tho food administrations and its enforcement division. No steps havo been taken toward such a transfer, however, and W. B. Colver, chairman of tho commission, points out the constitutional difficulty. The constitution authorizes the federal government to regulate interstate commerce, but the business of the average grocer or butcher is not only intrastate but usually 11 MAJ. LALLENGER WRITES LETTER FROM FRANCE Somowhoro in France, Nov. 24. Editors Republican, Hartford, Ky. Gentlemen: There li no greater exporionco than a lottor from homo iiouo greater than news of tho loved ones loft behind. That happy was my lot this morning, in tho far away land whoro our boys havo Hf bravely fought, defended and attained tho ono und only object that of putting tho dastardly Hun where he can in no way over again bo a hindrance to civilization uud liber- Suggestions that tneso activities bo transferred to the Department of Labor, which for years has maintained forco of trained examiners to report the rise and fall ot the cost of living (usually rise) meets with the objection from the department that tho value of this reporting service lies Field Brow. entirely in Its being absolutely diaverage $15.22 116,540 pounds, vorced from any administrative funcElictric House. tions which might color its Judical 66,255 pounds, average $14.61 attltudo. Totnl Salo For Tho Season. In any case the constitutional limit 3,386,245 pounds, average $15.43 wouldaffect tho labor department and mm also tho bureau ot markets of tho DeCHARGED WITH HUTTING. partment of Commerce, which is anAgnes Hrookins, colored, ot Ilaytl, other placo to which the activities must answer to tho commonwealth on might bo transferred. Members ot tho food administrathe unusual charge of butting. Has alleges that Agues tion point out, howevor, that tho adLawrence's wlfo assaulted hor by butting her, In billy ministration was successful through goat fashion. The county attorney public opinion in enforcing its rulings profiteering-wam will carefully scan the statutes to seo beforo its deflnation of accepted as a lawful dictum. It DIES. if tho law has provided any special of its lennlty for butting, but if It developes bolieves that a continuation Mr. Sam Leach dlod, at his homo thero is no special stututo covering community fair price boards undor resouth ot Heaver Dam, Saturday, and tho case Agnes will bo prosocuted for some other authority would forco tailers to accept their price basis, for was buried In tho family burying Just plain breach of the peace. consumers would refuso to trado with m ground Sunday. Mr. Leach died of such as exceeded these. RECENT WARRANTS. pneumonia following an attack of InA slogan ot tho food administrafluenza, lie was sick about ten days. poor, we tion would be the ruling regulation Tho evil doors, llko tho Sam Leach was onq of tho best, ns well as ono of tho best known, citi- havo always with us. Among those on which all others would depend. zens of the county. Ho was at one charged with evil doing recent we It follows: "For tho farmer, a roasonable retime Assessor of tho county, nnd later note tho following: R. 11. Harrel, of McIIenry, has turn; for tho dealer, a living profit; served as Justice of tho peace. He was a man of wide Information and sworn out a warrant for the arrest for the speculator, not ono cent; for public spirit, and always took an ac- of Charlie House, alleging that House the consumer, tho lowest prico con- -j tive interest in tho welfare of his purloined $51 dollars from his trunk, sistent with fair dealing." s community and county. The Republican extonds sincore condolonco to his bereaved family. mm DOG DAYS OVEU. With tho now dog tag law going into effect January 1, and less than a hundred tugs sold, It looks like tho dog days wero about over. The law makes It tho duty of tho sheriff to Impound all dogs found without tags after the first of tho yeur, and allows him a feo of three dollars tor his trouble. Tho law provides a penalty of a fino and sklddoed. Denver Coots, ot Sunnydalo, ls wanted by tho county ofllcials on a ot housebreaking. chargo It Is charged that ho broke into George Dickey's storo, at Dukehurst, and cairied away a quantity of goods. Coots is reported to have left his community Saturday night and has not slnco been seen. mm FIDDLE SPREADS FLU.i ty. thanking I am penning you these few lines you for tho kind remarks Mr. Dllllo Hoyd, a Centertoi chant, is an excellent flddlor, exercise ot tho art always crowd ot willing listonors nights ago whllo playing in his a goodly number ot citizens in to enjoy tho music. Amc numbor was a young man wit w. flu. Twenty of tho persons FOR SALE. Lot and two story brick storehouse, now have tho disonso, and flvf good condition and most dcslrablo lo- ot pneumoula havo developed. cation, Address Hox 321, Hartford, Incident should sorvo as a 21tf. to tho public to avoid congr or apply at this office. i r w - A-T-A- ? T u1 i - -- rjrrTrr- '" I'l'fi W "T coming down in torrents. I had been THE EXODUS BEGINS driving all day and my horses wcro tired. Knowing my pay would ho FROM CAMP TAYLOR "DOCTORS COMBINE" doubtful, I mndo Inquiry about who would pay tho bill, tho answer was: If you aro afraid to risk him you nood not come, nnd I did not go. It turn.States Mercenary Claims ed out thnt his arm was not hurt Mustering Out 2,000 Per Day It The Aim Of much, but ho did not know how bad For The Medical it might bo and thought It would not Officers Profession. cost anything to have a dootor to excomo nnd soc. All of us havo periences of this kind. (Loutsvlllo Herald) in Cromwell, Ky., Dec, 10, 101S. Thoro aro four classes of pcoplo: Escorting tho happy ones to outFirst, those who pay promptly, SecMr. John H. Thomas, ond, thoso who aro good pay but going trains without congestion at Hartford, Ky., We 's you slow. Third, those who could but railroad depots, Maj. Goorgo T. Dear Sir: A few weeks ago demobilizing forco of Camp in tho Hartford Be-- will not pay and Fourth, those who "ud nn editorial can be SCachary Taylor .under its rapidly perjOobHcan entitled: "Tho Doctors Com can not pay. Every man or fecting systom, discharged 1,319 enbine," In which you seemed very plnced In ono of these classes listed mon and o Ulcers from the 159th organizarather ho places himsolf there. much distressed over our Just a word about tho second clnss Depot Drlgadc, 2nd Development Battion. Wo could not help hut wonder is talion and Field Artillery Replacewhy? In your next issue you state or thoso who aro good but slow, it to moro ment Dopot yesterday. Of this nuni-b1liat you voiced the sentiment qf many our desire to stimulate them 700 were from tho first named over the county, and moro prompt settlement it takes too j;ood citizens all G. W. ROBINSON And organization, 300 from the developudvlso that wo meet and rescind such much of our time pay, ment battalion and 300 from tho rewo liavo taken because, of tho third class, those who could action as not have much placement section. This week 8,000 Us being a dangerous precedent and but will not, we do pity for them. They take our time or 10,000 from local organizations to the community. detrimental nothing for it. and several thousand .casuals which spired by tho spirit of rovengo. The To those who have been successful and labor and pay us disre- are coming in from other camps will Idea of subjecting tho criminal to hi securing medlcnl service, by just They aro the ones who talk we will admit, spectfully of us when wo present our get out of the military service. Tho physical torment ns part of his penalpromising to pay for it, d the felit is detrimental to them and of bills. We are always shy of story of hope is to get men out at the rate of ty Is abhorrent both to n 2,000 a day, beginning Monday, Maj. man and a Just tribunal. expect them to raise a low who comes to us with a jourso we y When, however, ono reads a "Gold disrespect for tho doctor who has Wilhelm said. dropping Iiowl, because The casuals from other camps will the comments of many an American head Is sure lla-bl- o previously treated him or his family; nrick" on a fellow's paid arrive at the rate of 1,500 a day, tho newspaper nnd the reports of tho pub- to bo moro or less painful, Just nine times out of ten he has not men of whom from He utterances of more or less dis according to how hard It strikes him his bill nnd be wants to fleece you. first thirty-eigHe wants to justify himself for not Camp Meade, Admiral, Md., including tinguished politicians, ministers, nnd you know. I will not question your motlvo in paying and so he talks about tho enlistments from Indiana, Illinois. others, ho is startled to seo the old writing this editorial, but take It for doctor and tries to leave the impres- Missouri and several scattered stntes, spirit of tho mob asserting Itsolf. granted you are sincere In your views, sion that he is no good and that his got in last night and were assigned - The enemies of tho Allies must not the 159th Depot Urland welcome this opportunity to give services were not worth anything. to quarters in will fillrtL In lilinnli.itl simply be punished, made to make (rfwln Htlinra reparation wherever reparation can you somo ideas from tho "Doctors" He Is tho fellow that sues you for upon the least provoca of 100 or moro from Camp Kearney, be made, wo are told, but their cities feeling that you are broad-minde- d Tiowpoint, enough to give every phase of tion. He is the broad, open, day Cal.; Fort Sill, Okla.; Garden City, must be burned, their lands laid light, robber. Ilrother this is tho Long Island, Chicago; Camp Devens, waste, that Is, wo must commit the subject duo consideration. a Mass.; Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, same crimes thoy have committed, There are mauy things connected fellow wo are after. Hattlcsburg. and which hnvo horrified us and outIn regard to tho fourth class, or Fla.; Camp Shelby, "practice of Medicine," that with tho aro not fully appreciated by tho thoso who can not pay. there is not Miss.; Camp Jackson, S. C; Cnmp raged our sonso of justice. Then "Laity," in fact they do not think a great number of people who really Humphrey, Ya.; Catnp Grant, III., what better nre wo than they? How fcry mnch about the doctor or his can not pay the doctor, but now why and other training centers. The 814 much further toward the truth and profession, only when they get sick, should we do their practice for noth l'lonccr Infantry, with 3C while off- tho light has our "Kultur" led us xad then they expect him to como ing? You do not expect the grocer icers and 1,119 negro enlisted men than theirs has lead them? It Is out of this spirit thut springs called regardless of the weath- to furnish them with groceries free of arrived at Hoboken, N. J. wired for will reach tho desire to seo tho war ended, not ask no questions charge, you do not expect the tailor orders yesterday and er, day or night, and you Louisville Wednesday or Thursday, of when tho things the Allies have about tho pay; and If he does ask to keep them In clothes, and fought for are fully obtained, but pay, somo even think he is would hardly think of sending them this week. about his (i'oimI ItiH'oi'd Made. only when, with the ends attained, d because he will not visit your paper one year with another. Up to C o'clock last night. Major there can not be present also the Why not put them on tho County or the sick unless he is paid for it. re- State or if not why not the neighbors Wilhelm said. Camp Taylor had mus- consciousness on tho part of the vicThe medical profession itself is sponsible In a great measure for many chip in and pay the doctor just like tered out of the military service 12,-7- tors that they havo had their revenge. grocery-ma- n enlisted men and 1,391 ollicers, Shall this war brutalize us, or shall of tho Ideas you expressed, Ideas they would tho merchant or go our part and or IT, per cent of the men from all tho we como out of It with our Ideals of we would which have been handed down from camps In the country since the armis- justice and honor still unimpaired? more. generation to generation. "Wo believe this Is Our Dumb Animals. I do not believe there is any pro- tice was signed. Years ago in the settlement of this in the a good record for the local cantou- country there were practically no re- fession that equals ours 'By next Wednes Heartburn Is a system of Indiges strictions on the practice of medicine. amount of charitable work done or i mont." said ho anv ono who felt s oluclined that is expected of us. And If thoso day we hope to finish up with the tion. Take a doso of Ilerblno In and could get him a few roots and herbs, who condemn because we are trying main organizations scheduled, all hut such cases. The pain disappears InAH of the latter that stantly. TliGbowcls operate speedily visit the slcK, anil win tor nimseu mo to break these fetters which Havo the casuals. title; "Doctor." Many of the older bound us for generations, were put get In by next Sunday will surely get and you feel flue, vigorous nnd cheerBy midnight ful. Price COc. Sold by Ohio Counpeoplo can recall knowing doctors of to tho test they would be surprised homo for Christmas. at their own lincharitablcuess and of the 21st the Cnmp will be pretty ty Drug Co. in this" type. chagrined at their thoughtlessness in well cleaned out and by tjio 23rd all These men wont whenever and consuring the medical profession for who aro scheduled to gqt homo by TO AVOID TI1K "FLU" wherever called and never asked for medi- Christmas will bo well on their way." no thksi: things. out a bare exist-anc- e, striving to put the practice of any pay. They eked Major Wilhelm, himself, will lcavo cine on a business basis. many of them worked at someMonday, December 23 for Cedar OSCAK ALLEN M. D. Keep the body and clothing clean. thing else for on additional support. Secy. Ohio Co., Medical Society. Hapids, la., his home, to spend the Keep the body warm and dry. They never made any advancement In m holidays. As announced those of the Avoid overheated, dusty, knowledge of medicine save that the Wheezing In the lungs indicates permanent camp forces iot to get rooms. which was gained from observation. phlegm Is obstructing tho air leave or furloughs for Christmas will Avoid crowds ns much as possible. I say ths with all due respect, to that passages. Ballard's Horehound Sy- get to go in time to arrive at destiWalk in the open air when weather thoso old pioneers of medicine. They rup loosens the phlegm so that it can nation by New Year's Day. conditions permit. did a great service for their respective Price caughed up and ejected. Moro Wounded Men ('timing. Tako plenty of rest and Bleep. communities and should bo honored be Sold Fifteen more wounded soldiers are 25c, GOc and $1.00 per bottle. Kat good, simple, wholesomo food. for the work they have so generously in expected today at tho base hospital by Ohio County Drug Co. Watch your symptoms closely. dono. from Des Moines, la. They havo been When in doubt go to bed and bend Medicine gradually became more of In a speciality hospital there. AVOMK.V for n doctor. a 'science, more restrictions were plac"Watch Your Step," Sergeant IrvUVH "Vi:i)DK" LIFK Keep living and sleeping rooms ed around it, the requirements being Berlin's "syncopated musical sucj well ventilated. came more rigid, until at the present Keep warm. Avoid chills. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 14. How they cess," with a happy chorus of good time you rarely see a doctor who is lived together as man and wife and looking girlies was the bill at the LibAvoid sneezers and coughers all not a graduate of a reputable medi- how the husband for two years had erty Theater last night with a final you can. cal college. Use good disinfectants on your concealed tho fact from neighbors performaaco tonight, the theater beThe. business phaso of medicine has and friends that "ho" was a woman, ing dark for the remainder of the handkerchiefs. Ask your druggist or not kept paco with tho scientific was disclosed following the arrest week. doctor about this point. You can use phaso. Now remldles and methods Second Lieut. Lewis II. McShann, menthol, cinnamon oil or camphor. here of "Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin IJert being were at treating diseases of tho 10th Battalion, 13'Jth Depot Dress warmly. Schmidt." discovered by the great students of Smoking a clrgarotto when arrested Brigade, for tho shooting and killing Avoid excesses. medicine, which necesslated continu- and denouncing Change underclothes frequently. "his" arrest as of a negro soldier, ono Private John al reading and study to keep abreast "damned ridiculous," tho "husband" Mitchell, of tho 442d Ueservo Labor Treat a "common cold" us soon as vt the times. This prevented in a kopt up "his bravado for some time, Battalion, Camp Knox, Ky., in the you discover It. moasuro, tho study of tfie business Keep a supply of clean handker- "ho" had told it story which discharge of his duty, was iiqultted It is a com- after of Detectives Hannegan side of tho profession. at Camp chlets handy. de by general court-martiChief mon expression made that: "Doctors clared ouo of the most remarkable Taylor and tho findings havo been Spread tho gospel of pruvontation aro poor business mon," that Is qulto In his experience. Tho shooting took place at among your friends. truo In most 'instances. Tho real Koop your noso and throat sprayed The "husband" Is really Mrs. Mary Tenth and Walnut streets In Louis..uiontiflc doctor nnd at the same Iiertha Schmidt, who came to this ville, on November 14, nliilo Lieut. and disinfected every day. Ask your time a good business man Is an country twelve years ago from Hun McShann was In military pollco ser- doctor or druggist for a good disin rather than a rule, Tho gary. Tho "wlfo" Is MUs Mary Asse- - vice. fectant to uso for tho purpose. , average salary of tho doctors of thoj I'rlvato Iliirkur II. Miller, of Bati'e, a cousin of tho "husband." previous to the war, wasi tato Just "I always hated mon as did Mary tery I). 4th Keginiont, Field Artillery only about eight hundred dollar.' u also, bo we both decided to get mar- Iteplacomont Dopot, Cardlngton. O... Surcreons acreo thut In caso of year. Any one who will give this a ried. Tho ceremony was performed men at mo base hospital yesterday of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tho ,s lnost ,mportant. moments thought will know that wo by a justlco of tho peace and wo pneumonia following an attack of Frsl Trcatmcnt jWhon an offlciont antiseptic Is ap- ean not Uvo on a salary of that t.Izo bought a nice little home in South St., lullueu'zu plied promptly, thcro is no danger of and keep apace with tho advancement Louis. We woro living together very Infection nnd tho wound begins to of medicine. Slckly children need Whltu'H happily until the pollco Interfered." .heal at onto. For use on man or The peoplo for whom wo practice Cream Vermifuge. It not only deare entitled to tho best bonlco that State of Ohio, City of stroys worms, If there bo any, but it beast, Borzono Is tho Ideal Antiseptic Toledo. Healing Agent. Buy it now and nn possibly bo renderod, and In oracts as a strengthening tonic In tho and Lucas County, s. oath der to glvo this, wo must havo Unit Is Frank J. Cheneyof makes (Inn of that he stomach and bowels. Price 30c pur bo ready for an emorgoncy. Price senior partner P. J. the for study, wo must take medical Cheney & Co., doing business In tho City bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug 20c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m County aforesaid, journals, attend Medical Soclotles, of Toledo, lid tflr.n and Statetliu oittn nt Co. , in find thnt ..fill nnv -m occasionally take o aud oneevery HUNDRLD dollars for each case of Catarrh that cannot ho and 'HALF FAHK ItAILHOAl) UKVHXGK. work. cured by tho use of HALL'S CATARRH JtATK FOB OLKHGY.MKX. FKAN1C J. CHENKV. What wo roally need Is to do less MHDICINI3. I Sworn to before tne and What is It tho mob always seeks? proctlcu and got mord for what wo my presence, this Ctli day subscribed In of December, D. St. Louis, Doc, 14, A special rnto A. W. OLEASON, PunishNot justice, but revenge. do; then wo bhould havo time for A.(Seal)16!6. Notary l'ubllc. faro will bo granted to ment according to l.tw will not siilllco. of one-hastudy and means to equip ourselves Hull's Catarrh Medicine U taken and nets thrnuali tor better and moro elllclent serlco. I thA Mlirntlc Klirf.irnu nf th.1 tli ninn.l nn It Is torture thut Is demanded. Of clorgymen ovor tho railroads beginMiftti,n Rnml i courso perfect Justice the law may ning January 1, according to a letwo niuisu a gruai iiiuiij ior luaunioniuiH. rreo. h J. CHCNEV & CO.. Tolailn O. y by tho Hov. W. S. It may tako a life ter received seldom secure, calls, und in most lustuiices, thoso Sold by all ilriiKirlsts. 76c. 1'umlly l'llls for constipation. u llfo; it can not muko repara- Foreman from Director aonoral pay us, are the ones who for Hall's who do not The letter from tho Director tion for tho Inexpressible spiritual talco up our time with unnecessary ono from I once hud a suffering a crlmo, Involving murder, was in response to XATUAL conclusion. trips; for Instance: Hov. Foreman, pointing out for example, way havo caused. But tho hurried call to drlvo about six miles boyoud tho punishment provided by thnt in many instances salaries re"Walt horo a inlnuto till I buy tu soo a fellow who hud fallen from the law men and nations may not go. ceived by tho clorgy did not permit Ids porch und ho bollevod hU arm shirt." It was about nlno ) "Why I thought you had one."- - They may not make oven tho slightest them to pay tho increased railroad dislocated. wok uujifcur-toward a punishment lu- - faro. ikKk at night and tho ruin tdu Froth. OH. ALLEN REPLIES TO The Lancaster House IS NOW RECEIVING TOBACCO. All Sales every day, and open day and night. buyers are now on Wll-holm- the market. Sixth year same location and under same management. Fees same as last year solicit your business on the record we have made. Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Third and Triplctt J. F. VICKERS HOW Ol'H CAVALRY HOILSF.S FA I IK. or book-keepin- g. GEO. BEINTLY wife would And every day slnco )il congratulato herself that now sho could bo content in tho knowledge Mini no wouiu come uuinu .in id iroiu.ij Ills worK in tun nuico oi tuu iirotncr-hno- d right-minde- ht Just how Uncle Sam cares for his cavalry horses Is told In a long letter to Mrs. Chnrllo Francis Darling, president of tho Worchcster Branch, Massachusetts S. P. C. A., by Lieut. James E. Mastorson, veterinary corps, V. S. A., now at Camp Grecnlcaf, Chlcknmauga, Ga. Among many Interesting things, Lieut. Mnstcrsou writes: "Wo havo had an exceedingly hot summer down horo, and no doubt you aro wondering If the horses ever get overheated;;' etc. Well, ordinarily, the latter conditions might happen, but all kinds of precautious nru taken. Wo work our animals six days a week and only nbout four or five hours a day. Two In the morning, two in tho uftnrnnon. and occasionally a little extra work now and then is.nllowod. Kvorythlng in Urn United States urmy'fs done by system. This wonderful system extends to the stable wtk and care of animals as well as mow "All horscliiid mules are quartered In corrals. Theso corrals havo a three-side- d long shed extending on each side. It Is 200 feet long, 10 foot wide and 1.1 feet high with a Hat roof pitched Just enough to let tho water drain oft. All parts of tho stalilo exropt thut reached by horses' heads aro whitewashed often. Fend boxes nre washed and cleaned dally, also disinfected at least once a wcok. "The front sides of our stablos aro entirely open shielded only from wind nnd rain by a canvas. If the horses do not stand In a draught, tho colder the stable tho hotter. This Is especially true of the cavalry horsos, becanso If caBcd to take tho field suddenly, t'hey will not suffer n sudden chill. "In case a horeo riccomes wot. ho is rubbed with dry straw until fairly dr euro being taken to follow from hindquarters to head, and always against tho way the hair grows. In case he Is wet, hot or cold, ho is sometimes blanketed. Tho legs aro d and later blanket Is removed und horse is groomed. "Each cavalry man as a rule, loves his horso far more than words can describe, but someof tho work horses, pack-trul- n and mules don't fare qulto so well. They canbo abused, however, especially If anipflicor Is near. If you think ofyjJUng tho society would like to k'qoWubout camp life or tho animals, let4lue know, and I'll tell you. If possible. sun-struc- k, hand-rubbe- of ltallrnad Trainmen. Then, ono day, he took a holiday nnd with his wlfo vlsitod a cousin nt Warron, O. Tho three went riding. Thoy In thu coiiblns automobile. came to a crossing. All threo woro killed by a passing train. mal-practl- CASTORIA llO.li: IUI.GKU TKLLS THIS. Bozemau Bulger made a trip back to his childhood's hnppy homo in D.idovllle, Ala., and when he returned to New York ho brought this one with him: A negro was on the stand In nn Alabama courthouse testifying to tho Tho details of a shooting scrape witness told how the prisoner nt thu bar drew a revolver and began firing at one Jim Henry and how Jim Henry ran to save hlmsulf. "You say Jim Honry ran?" Interjected tho Inwyer for the defence "Oafs mhut I said." "You are sure he ran?" "Sho Is!" s "Well, did he run Lint?" "Did he run fa . Say boss, et flat nigger had a had ono feather In his hunil ho'd a flew," Saturday Kvunlng Post. ' Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR "hard-hearte- 70 Mrx. Idt"ji Letter. In n recent letter Mrs. D. W Isley. of Litchfield. III., says, "I have used Chumborlnln's Tablets for disorders of the stomach und as a laxative, nnd hnvo found thorn a quick and suro relief." If you aro troubled with in digestion or constipation theso tablets will do you good. hi . NKGKO OVIIK IOU, "JINKS THK C'llL'VH;" Atlanta, Dec, 14. Will Wright, a negro over 100 years old, was a witness recently In tho divorce courts of Atlanta, testifying on behalf of his great who was seeking alimony. Wright, who was known along in IS48 as "Fiddling Bill," declnred on tho stand that, although ho had "called" at many a danco in tho old days, ho "hadn't fiddled any slnco 1S6C, when ho J'lned grand-daught- G m . no "Here, waiter, this plato is damp!" said a travelor who was dining in a A. Lldle, cheap restaurant. Cleveland. Dec, 1 after thirty years "on tho road" with "Ah" siild tho waiter, "Hint's your tho Krlo llallroad, abandoned his job soup! Wo servo only small portlonsb. to avoid danger from the trulns. In wartlmo!" QUITS ItOAD FOB SAFKTV 15UT IS KILLKO BY TUAI.V enu'eh." if l.C al LIVER BIDNT ACT BSOESTSON WAS BAD to Says 65 yew Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was RelieveJ - After a Few Doiea of t. Black-Draugh- oj Meadorjivllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia Hlgglnbothain, of this town.payf. "At my nge. which is 65, tho liver docs not act so well as when young. A few ycara ago, my stomach was all out of fix. I waa lf iiiiui-v..-.-aa- o. i t constipated, my liver didn't act My digestion wa3 bad, and It took eo Httlo to upset me. My appetite was gone. I was very weak... I decided I would gtvo a thorough trial ns I know It was hlchly recommended for this trouble. I began tak.ng It I felt eenUyandInauaturaJwnyi better after a few dosea. M7 nppctlto eel BlusgbA, tako a doso tonJeht Improved nnd I be'eamo stronger. My ou will fCe, frcsh touo bowels acted naturally and tlia least -jc. a package Ouo ojiu trouble vu noon righted with a tow All druggta Black-Draug- of " Seventy years of successful uso has made Tbedford'a a standard, household remedy. Every: member, of every family, at times.' need tho help that cao Elvo in clcanslni- - , .... " "jutcm nna relieving the troubles that como from constipation, indigestion, lazy Uvcr etc. You cannot keep well unless your Etomach. liver aud bowels nro in Co6U working order. Keep them that way. Try Elack.Draught. it acta promptly, Black-DraughtDlack-DraugBlack-Draug- dose j of Montenegro, parts of old pot brigades, development battalions cmplro nnd even Greece. nnd replacement units, 332,000; In GIVE UNIFORMS dustrlal furloughs, 18,000; division How Iron Is Tinned. TO SOLDIER BOYS WHEAT EXPECTED al troops, IS, 000; corps nnd army Qucs. Plcaso toll mo how sheets troops, 42,000; coast artillery, 38,' of iron nre plated or coated With tin 42,000; Medical 000; engineers, to mako what is called tin plate. Corps, 3,000; ordinance 4,000; quar Ashurst Offers Ans. Iron is first "pickled" by imttcen Per Cent Larger icrinastcr, 6,000; United States Senator mersing it in dilute sulphuric acid, gunnls, 26,000; military aeronautics, a Bill In Congress Than Last Years then polished by brushing it with section, 13,000; spruce production For Purpose. Crop. sand nnd finally Ulppcd in molton tin 30,000; Tank Corps, 7,000; chemical or molten mlxturo of lead and tin. warfare, 7,000; coal miners, 6,000; special service units, 10,000; Student Washington, Dec, 14. Glvo every Daylight Snhi nnd Conl Economy. "Washington, Dec, 1C. Tho largest Army Training Corps, 160,000; offi States soldier, Qucs. How did the daylight savWinter wheat crop over grown In tho cers' training schools, ,10,000; troops discharged United llatary of tho United Stales Is attached to local boards, 3,000, and sailor or marine his uniform nnd ing plan the last ru miner savo such promised by tho enormous ccrcago l'orto Itlcun troops, 12,000. with It ninety days' extra pay. great quantities of coal as has been Thnt's tho plan Senator Honry P. claimed? Ans. Daylight saving uown fall. The ncrongo In this atmeet, 1C pt-- r cent learger tlmn last Ashurst, ot Arizona, wants tho gov- idea is Bimply to turn clocks forward IV w reaiwnniliotnlh I9."27,000 acres. Thore nre few Indeed who escape ernment tojidopt ub part ot its de- ono hour during tho summer when daylight periods aro long, thus causWhiter licit wos sown this full on having id leant vino cold during the mobilization program. Senator Ashurst known that tho ing overyono to rise an hour earlier ?,0S7,060 ncrcs, or in. 9 per cent ,Mnlcr months, and they Are fortu- rniorethtui tho rovlsed ostltnnted area llto W10 ,. j,Ht onf) nIi got average soldier will come out of tho and so make uso of an extra hour ot The Under this plan moro peohown'ln tho full of 1917, which was throur.h with It quickly and without army without a HulTnlo nickel to his daylight. Receives More Than Five I2,3oi,ti00 ncrcs, the Department of any serious name, and thnt he'll have to buy a ple do all ot their sleeping during Take cnnscquuiccs. y tgritalturc nnnotinccd. Cough Remedy and ob- suit of civilian clothes to replnco his period of darkness and have practi' The condition of the 'crop on Df- t- Chamberlain's cally all of the daylight period for Minute serve the directions with each bottle, uniform under existing laws. So ho has combined two objects in their work or recreation. In this Immmt Jst. was OS. 5 of a normal. ami you two likely lo bo ouo of tho amimred with 79.3 n yenr ngn, Sj.7 fortunate oiies;J"riio worth and one bill which bo has introduced in way, Ills figured, each person reduces Swift & Company ltflO and a ten jtnr avorago of merit of 'this roineelV "as bcetfully tho Senate. It was tho first bill in- his consumption of artificial light by 188.2 proven. Thero aro'.inany fajuiillcji troduced at the December session of one hour dally and this effects a great saving In coal, seeing that coal is Tile area sown to Tyo is 6,820,000 tyho have olwnys 'Used It forbears Congress. bfc-.- , which is 1.7 per cent more than when troubled w'Jfh a cough orcold, burned to produce both gas and elecHome Xcw Uniforms. This amojjtot is paid to the farmer for live llluml-nant- s. roviscu esumaiuo. area sown in and wSih the very best, results, pn "It must bo obvlons," said Senator tricity which are widely used stock, by Sw0?flf Company "alone, during the fall of 1917, hJch was 6,708,000 mm Ashurst in explaining tho purpose of trading hoursoFevery business day. Ires. IjAST CASt'AlrY LIST his measure to me, "that every soldier PTho condition ot 'tho crop on De- HVIUj KOOX APPEAR highly prizes his uniform. Some are Jtosponslbllity For Liberty Bonds All this money is paid to the farmer, through nfcibcr 1 was 89.0 "per cont of a Qucs. Is the head of our goveVn-meso circumstanced that they will want use open market in competition with large and compared with 84.1 n year ago, responsible for the redemption Washington, Dec. 16. den to wear their uniforms and save tho small packers, shippers, speculators ami dealers. J8.8 in 1916 and n ten yenr average cithled tho War Department expenso of an extra suit of clothing. of Liberty Bonds? If not, who Is? 01.4. Ans. Government nnd nation are that practically complete reports after they aro discharged. The farmer, feeder, or shipper receives A crop of 7Cr,,U0O.0OO biiHhelk, or j of deaths In nctlon among tho Ex- "'Moreover 11s the years go by and pledged to redemption of theso bonds every cent of this money ($300,000 an hour, ,800,000 busnols more, than tho Imut,nary forces should- - reach the reviews nre held, each soldier will and nation's resources are back of .i j.m... rY...i.t'WA f want to wear "his uniform in parades. them as security. i record. In fnrecnnU"bv the Dp-- 1 1. nearly $2,000,000 a day, $11500,000 a week) in us next LrVerely wounded by 'December 27. rtment of In September, 19T5, 1 saw thousanGs cash, on the spot, as soon as the stock he has winter Vhcat yield, nlliAvlng ar'a ,... (leu. . said Uinf'Uie. nam- - of Union and Confedurnte votorane Dortpos of Scholarship. ' just sold is weighed up. I. .. TT11 I wr wnuur MMinh. iiuu hjiiiiikjvimiiu;er ofFunrcpftrted casualties lu pro- - march up Pennsylvania avenue thei Ques. flow did degrees such as cronfcwft roi,-fC- H !it ji-ar-s 0f varlllcatlon at tho central ro- - samp avenue up which, they marched D. 1),, Ph. D--, etc., originate and how Some of the money paid to the farmer durZS.ip liiiRhi-lfflySFt iif tho expeditionary cords olllco Ails. tho close of the Civil War fifty' long havo they been."used? ing a single day comes back to the company in stntcuiciit sitiiiinnrlzjntrOhu Ynrevs cui Decoinher 14, was 40,440 years before' Lln.a , and a Idw of them woto Scholastic distinctions existed in . .' a month from sale of products; much does not iKjri.imJ tiepurmiuiii mini. They wrre divided as follows Killed the same .uniforms they had worn in but practice of conferring , iltntit prnn in uctfMi, 390; died of wounds, 275; "ntA' n utntni come back for sixty or ninety days or more. '65 which they treasured as priceless. degrees by educational institutions iromtee far Inmsccnds the pwform- - died of disease, 353'; nccldentiy klll- But the next day Swift & Company, to meet the "Tho BiTernmerit',t:an make no use did not begin until medieval times nce1 e any past year in the "history. 0(li Bti goVuroly wounded in action. demands made by its customers, must pay out ot uiscarueujkuuiiprmH, mm 11 11 re when education became organized; kf th United '.States, 39,371. These include all "suspense tains tliemhev?wflj only be. moth universities then recognized need of another $2,000,000 or so, and at the present high I "Tfe'Vultod States Department ol cases ,. showing something I1IMLI IIV1III. under Investigation, tho Gen- eaten .11111 i'.ii........'irj. that certain ""r--:r" vt ' price levels keeps over $250,000,000 continuously IgrlavHuro and State agricultural eral- jld. "As lo'firatitinlfrjlucty day pay to courese of study had been tnken by tied up in goods on the way to market and in eade4 asled Tilmt the acrcapo bo in- Total casualties to November 23 In each 801uTer!?llorMind piapno after students. Degrees similar to thopa IreawM over tho big acreage of 4L'- .- tho -- i0,h fwndcat) DlvlslontNorth his discharge, wo'u;rijol forget that of modern times were first conferred bills owed to the company. I01,.80 planted lust full to ut leust Candina, South Carolina and Tounes-5,OM,- we have taken theeVmen out of ptln- - at Uologna and Paris in 12th ccntuiy. acres and suggested as J ,,uc National Ouara) were glwi as This gives an idea of the volume of the .tul 'occupations Uuii 'have wreuchell At first agrees served ns licenses 'to Vl.MKy 000 acres which It r.i-Swift & Company business and the requirements Tho cnsunHlos wer ilasslfli.il them from civilian life, and they have teach. could bo attained lfjus Killed in action., 1.168, served civilization with a courage and of financing it. Only by doing a large business A long l)wl of rounds, 283; died oftliseaso, valor beyond dulogy. ondltVo'ns were favorable. (lOiernnunit's Life Insurance Policies. can this company turn live stock into meat and ii nd Wmost purfect fall plant lug doa ot 0tll0r Ci,UReSi' 5- - .severely Would CosfijlB 10,000,000. Ques. My son who Is in the army at the lowest possible cost, prevent ooupicd wiwi an oxiruoruinary oumlo( 1lsl. Woaildpd. degree life Insurance 0 took out a government It WlIlost.(lioTnltad States waste, operate refrigerator cars, distribute to An tho jia,rt of tho fnrmors, :ro- - ' unll&tcrinlned, 805; sltehlJy 'wounded to grant .our men this ratra policy several months ago. THe'nani-e- d Un ihe seeding of a total qt 3,973; missing or captured, 193. Teiailers in all parts of the country and be mo as his beneficiary and wrote ninety days' pay, but the patriotism '000 acres. Gen. l'crshliig- reported Ihnt the recompensed with a profit of only a fraction of people has been so well prcrren that tho 'government would sliortly rsamo favorable season that nuuibcr ot duplicated casnalities dis- of the a cent; lapound a profit too small to have any lid tin. .amazing Incrcnte in covered In tho Central Records Olllce in tho iwar that ivHilu 'this sum of send me a receipt but no receipt has noticeable effect on the price of meat or live stock. money seems large, It will bo cheer- ever'come. Why this dela? Ans. fe has also given to tho grow- - slwo November 27 woald not operate papers are being sent vout by iilunt tho ilnest condition on re- - to reduce tho total for the entire fully paid, in my Jifdgment. It means Such s pos eight 1m- - Kxpldltlonnry Forces given In his only $2.40 per person for tho !100,- - the war risk bureau as rapldl 9S 5 per cent, with sible but there is an enormous 'volume nt wheat "States at 100 pertent summary of that date, us additional 000,000 peoplu Inttliia country. "This payment amounting to ap of such ,vork to be done. These Iver, and only ono State, and that casualties reported mure than offset proximately $100 "to a private, will certificates do not have to bu in the ltnportaiico in winier vueni, tht duplicates. Euan per Mit. give thu'soldier some means on Tihich hands of beneficiaries in order to to trawl and repluce himself in divil make tho Insurance protection effecllTke crop prumiso on the basis of tive; they simply serve as evillenco of life. yrcscnt acreage nnd condition, "1 am going to appeal to the Ameri the existence of tho contract of inFOR FLETCHER'S 1th allowance itor average sirring 4' can people to support this bill by surance and do not form any part M4onmcnt due to winter killing e need feel any apwriting their senaturs and representa thereof. d assuming an average season for mm tives, urging early and favorable ac- - prehension, therefore. If tills paper ftvelopment, is fur 7C5.00O.0OO bush- "Ma" said a newspapf-- mau't son, has not yet been received Tint If It .tion on 'It"" of winter wheat, which is SO.Olfl.- "J know why editors call themmlves V m does not ccime In reasonable time it 10 bushels more than produced In may bo well to communicate with Di'QUKKTIOS 'BOX. of recorll and 206.551.000 ly WJiy?" vision ot Naval utitehest and best bidder at the Court execute bond immediately after sale ishla'iinoro than 'tho winter wheat "So's tho man that doesn't like tho vision of Nnval and Military insur- 5 House dour In Hartford, Ky., on Mon-S- la with security approved by the Com(Pathfinder.) of thlb jear. IrodiMrUon article will think thero nre too many alio G.th day of January, 1919, it missioner, duo and payablo ia six ance. War Risk Insurance 'Bureau. Negioes Klocled 10 Congress. I "Tbfryo acrenge'thls autumn is peeplc .being the first day of the pegular a Hen will for him to tackle" Chritalan Treasury Drpartment, Washington, lerm of the Ohio County Court, at and twelve months and security. be Qucs. Have any negroes ever been lightly, larger than InBt, being C- - "VWrJcand Kvnngellst. retained as additional elected to the U. S. senate or house otlD.'C, sibotrl the hour of ono o'clock, P. M., as ComGiven under my hand ISO.OM compared 10 C, 708, 000 acres. -- . ou a credit of six and twelve mouths, missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court representatives? If 1.0 Mease name J eefcdltion is S9j0 per cent com- ie "Well." Said Snaggs, "1 Ihlnk many them ifollowinK described real estate, this the lGth day of December, 1318. from Disable! ttdltfU-rsper cent ird to S 4.1 average, last yenr and iloys have more sense than their mas- which and Indicate tLo'stato Thero Kduration for can a returned . dis situated in Ohio County, Kentucky, OTTO C. MARTIN. Ans. each namo came Ques. How itho condltlorui ters" cent 2fit3 Master Commissioner. l.4 iiear JtosJim. "Yes," chimed in Crag&s. M. L. Heavrin, J S. Glonn, log held down by poor conditions "I have u dog like that myself." (And have been two nego tenators and 20 tillled soldieif. or sailor lake advan nt two Txixit No. 1. Beginning Attorneys. th Important producing States ot yet 'lie couldn't make out vliy they negPi representatives, as follows: tage of the educational cppofLmitics white oaks oa the side corner ot Wm. Wilson's; thence N. 81 E. 40 1J. K. Druce. Miss.; Hiram offered by the government for such Senators This fore- - lauxijid.) Tld Hits. and South Dulcota. rth t?o tltrtsi black oaks; thence N. It. H. men? Ans- - "'Heconstrnctlon DiviRcvelk, Miss. "Representatives is 11 (somewhat larger production E, 62 Kiles:to a gum, hickory MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 145 Cdin. S. C; H. P. Che&tham, N. C; sion" has "been organized to 'handlo nnd black oak; thence 15 E. 44 poles an last year's record .crop of 89,- H. C DcLargo, S. C; R. II. Elliott, an matters refuting to allocation of to tvo nJcktiries and whito oak; Ohio Circuit Court. ,3,000 buMiuls." a whito oak S. C; 1'erry llaalson, Alu.; John returned soldiufo and sailors who thence 9 W.on104 polesoftooriginal sur- L. L. Arbuckle, etc., Plaintiff. a line and Vs; N. C; J. M. Langstfii, Va.; Joff ha e been dhabhal since entering tho vey. Kn i ou have naekache the liver I'tlng Pieman's 4172; thence W. A. Evans, etc., Dofendent. liong, Oj.; J. H. Lynch. Miss.; T. II. U. . service. J'ull lnforiaaioa cau with a lino of tho same N. 'I'd W. Idncys aro sura ip uo uu. 01 gcur. I)y virturo ot judgment the ;Sanol, it does wonders for Miller, S. C; G. W. Murray, S. C; C. bo obtained from and an application about 19S poles to a stake standing of sale directed to mo by and order tho Ohio kidneys and bladder A trial H Nash, La.; J. E. O'Hara, N. C; J. can 'bo made to "Hospital Division, 90 poles; S. 27 E. from a large whito Circuit Court nt its November term. bottlo will convince you. Get it , s. oak oa the big Toad.; thence on a di- 1918, in the abovo styled action for JH Halnej-C; A. J. Uawdlor, S.(C: Sur&fion General's Offlco, IJldg., "F", rect line to a stake standing 90 polos 46-10 drug store salo and division fc T. Kapler, Ala.; Robert .Smalk, S. 7th xnd H. Sfci., "Washington, 2- - C S. 7 E. from three black oaks, corner the purposo otI awill offer for salo ot the proceeds, at tin ; n. S. Turner, Ala.: J. T. Wall. PL'S (JA1.NKU to Wm. Wilson's land on tho big public outcry to the highest and road; thence, with Wilson's S. 7. E. best bidder oa a credit ot sir IX Ml'STKIt-OL'FJu.; G. II. White. N. C. (Oflliers In U. S. Army. SC poles to two white oaks; thence the Court Quea. Please give title and Tank again with Wilson's S. 7 E. 86 poles months atKentucky, House door In on Monday, JanHartford, Tho .Mule A Jljbrld. llngton. Dec. 1 1. Demobil.- of men in U. S. armyifrom private to to two white oaks; theuco again with uary, 6th, 1918, it being tho first day give tho slio and highest (ufflcer. Aaia. Private, S. 21 E. 32 poles to a, chest- of tho regular term of Quch. Pltase Wilson's ktMlhMf tho military forces at home rVKfflSK tho Ohio Coun 41 E. 52 poloa to two dam ot a niulo. Ans. Sire, Javkass; earning In momentum, Gonernl vv sergeant, secoinl lieutenant, nut; thence S. dogwood on a branch; ty Court, at about tho hour ot one hickories and o clock, P. M.. tho following describ 2. first lieutenant, captain, major, lieuItarch!' chief of staff, nnnounced to- llaui. (of horsfl genus). Ques. E. 58 poles to a black ed real thence S. 24 located near Reaver What 1. a jackass? Ans. Male ass; tenant, cotionel, brigartler iy. with approximately half of the gonenti. oak; thence S. 65 W. 26 poles to u Dam, in estateCounty, Kentucky: Ohio belongs to horso family but d lifers Ilextennnt general and .general. maple, and black oak; thence S. 1700,860 men in tho homo camps on Certain lots in the Sowdor's adE. 34 poles to a stone; thence S. (55 A dition to tho town of Beaver Dam. from homo in being smallor, hnvlng lovembw 11 specifically designated Those Nervous Headaches W. to a sugar treo; thence S. 24 & Ky , together with all tho improve-idon- ts 110 hard, bony warts on hind logs and r aUBf UiscMirgo. IFor Croup-splendE. 30 poles to tho beginning, containfolwhich are the lot of so having eurs rolutlvely much longer thereon, and to tho AVur Department, ing 325 acres, more or less, and re- lows viz. Being lot described as O. for troup," writes Mrs. mNit No. 6, Block corded in deed book 13, pago 113. than those of a horse. Ques. 3. Aro arch said, Indicate a rate of on East side and for croupo," writes Mrs. EdMMW Main Street, beliiR many Excepting 30 acres sold to John fifty feet front ot Ans. Yes, or ward Hassett, Frankfort, N. Y. "My mules monjjrols? and ono hundred and MhMfli of about 15,000 men a day. TOobbs and 126 acres sold off ot ald seventy llvo feet deop. more properly, hybrids. litaklH bo doubled when domoblll- - Mothers. children havo been quickly relieved tract by order of the Ohio Circuit Also lot No. 17 fronting on 's tion iPin full progress. Tho lists ot attacks of this dreadful complaint Court to Monroe and lying on the street, in Block, O, Bald lot be Postage, rinn Krani'isco to Iionilon. dMUft ted troops as given out by by its uo." This rpmeily contains south side ot the Illinois Central Rail- ing fifty feet front and onu Iiundnv5 Ques. What postage is required to no opium or other narcotic, and may road, leaving 169 acres, more or less, and seventy flvo feet deop to an alley. MK of stnff bhows thnt of the A plot of said lots Is on a file in tho carry a letter from San Krnncisco to be given to a child as conlldeaUy as ordered sold by this order. visions, which aro to bo Tract No. 2. About 40 acres of f'mitifv fUnrl'u utMpii it Ohln Pmtitlu cents tor to an adult. London? Ans. Three " W. UUUUIJI IT.. imotiwii d last, 15,000 men already ru Imh.I lt.A,nl In Akin Hniintif ,.,,., .. nn(,. . W...U w,uui,, aim mi Kyi 8am0 ,,rOp0rty deeded each ounce or fraction thereof. Mmb selected for early dis- lv and bounded as follows: On tho north t0 N F Arbuckle, decoasod. by Ire. Disposition of (ionium Prisoners. MAK115R COMMIKSIO.NTU'S SALK by a dirt road leading from Horton to Arbuckle and Annie Arbuckle, itu bit l108",10,',..'!" th0 ea.l by Vl0 ,lan.'L8 0'.wlfe. on April 7th, 1908, and shown Ques. What was done with tho In sAlkion to tho figures for tho 1. by Ansel Wilson, on uy deti(, r0COrded In Deed Rook No. Ohio Circuit Court. loops JluHiio, Gonorul March said thousands of Germans taken prison by the C. M. Crowe, Ailmrs., tc, Plaintiff. C. Hullroad and on thtf wobt portion 3, ,mK0 pC9 ohlo County clork., ers by tho U. S. and allied armies? Ut ,M9 .omcors aim i;io,ao- -' men oi lands of Mru. Snell, being a umcn Vs; Tj'B pnrt.ham)r wju bo required It. lltlonury forces up to De- Ans. Thoy wore confined in various Mary A. Wilson, ot al.. Defendants. ofihe William Wilson farm add con-- 1 prison camps. l)y vlrturo of u judgment and or- Ycjrcu iu uii aiiwi iuuuu uj ijuoau eieeuto bond with uccurlty to bo aj-- E had been designated for Wllboii. ot al. on January U. 190U, ,)r()V0li by the Cpmnilsslonor. payable .. der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, Hit of tliChO 1,373 oIIIcqi'h and six months and a lien will be Seldom Fail to Relievo ontered at Its November, 1918, torm SU'1 0i.i;cofd 'I? i?.Vl b.ooItJr2, Tho Hal Iain Ktutes. Older County Clerk's offlco. itn already have sailed for tllneij on the, property sold as an ni- in the above styled action directing Any Ache or Fain. Quos. Please name Jlho Balkan. mo as Commissioner ot the said Court And It is oxpressly understood that dltloual security. acrtse set out and deecribed Given under my hand as Cou tato in Kurope. AnsT Name or- to Hull the hereinafter described land tliHll bops !',ciKiiaie(i ror roisabo 8al$ by AH DruOB1' Tor of Mary Bsuuett dinarily includes nuinuiila, Serbia for 'the purpose of dividing tho pro- In answer Wiiaon Wilson guardian nibw'uiwr of the Ohio Circuit Cnr' ua In the United State now thU the 14th uty of Uwenilw M . Ilenustt ceeds, after of all costs Hud Mary ( OuO "i In addition to 17.- MILES MBDIOAL. CO,, llkhart,- lld. usd BulBM'l. in Ualkmi peninsula, inoluUlug the the piymont sals, among toe awl Wtlaon. U no -- i contg of this WTTQ C. afAIt'm 'u ' . n ir U In ' , si 4 SmiKi though it it gomstliutti xtwiUsd c ra tilf idy dhKhuruetl. and n or tho parties .entiuwl thereto. I win or-- lhf lmd or r d sold h i'ln v.UI bu .j V- - . C- -, AUey. 11m co tho t Mowing clttietti: De- j.lude acme parts of Turkey, part fqr for sale at public outcry to Ut$ Aecdrd crop of Austro-Hungarlnn j Fanner to-da- Thousand Dollars a From nor-ma- lT nt . i ' 1 1 A '' -- s . aor i- 00 u,oa: , ea-ir- by-produ- cts 5240,-000,00- - Swift & Company, U.S.A. Children Cry v OASTO R'A No-on- jr yr '" Hurea-nkeunrn- a E ils Hy-liin- ii, yr T ny jj lllPJ VI scn"-por- Suffer 'Z. id Housewives Sow-dor- -- ,,,,, ,. ... .wi.'Bg in-50- C 1 wnin--- - -- 1 If' yrvii.r i... The ' Hartford Republican HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY rublMicd Weekly by Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Soc.-Trea- President JOHN' IIENltV THOMAS W. S. TINSLEV, s. Kdlt or Ii.Idltor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law nt tho Postomco, Hartford, Ky., n3 mall mutter of the second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to tho Subscribers to a now address must give tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c por lino, nnd Be per lino for additional lnsortlon. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, Be por lino, inonoy In Church Notices for 6crvlcc3 froo, but other advertisements, Be per line. Anonymous communications will recclvo no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutunl FRIDAY. .DECEMBER 2S notice to subscribers. sent paper desiring mnnd of tho court. Other counties with no moro funds have bettor roads, nnd tt is worth whllo to inqulro how It. Tho nlglicst they accomplish court In tho stato has ruled that tho Magistrato can not collect pay for noting as road commissioner, nnd it is not improbablo, if tho present manner of handling road funds Is continued, that soino citizen may invoko tho stntuto against it. Our road system has too many heads. Tho war In wns not won until nil tho allied armies wcro plnccd in tho hands of Tho samo princin single command. ple should bo applied in our road work. Tho work of tho present Fiscal court has been, in tho main, highly commendable, but the handling of tho roads has been an inexcusable bungle. Every successful business has n single mnnager, who Is trained for his servico, and our road management should be put upon tho samo business basis. Eu-ro- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. By I. D. Clalro. So many of tho boys Is nwny In the nrmv that Tlnsley Is organlzln' n mar ried moils' club to glvo nil tho girls n present. I don't say Christmas whether I nm a member of tt or not, woman In tho causo tho goodest world keeps a watch on this stuff. KEZZ3EB3B , 8 id m yr J .vj ,' Battle Nail's Wlfo Wnntcd nd has MMM made my reputation if it did ruin Bnt'8. Six big magazines has already iflSi rl ast mo to take n job as nd writer. I feci sorry for Tlnsley, causo he'll havo to stick aroun this old town all cndurln Christmas, nnd mo in LotilsvlIIo. And this Is goln' to bo tho last Christmas boforo tho nation-wld- o goes into effect, too. dry-as-du- at ms r S tftfEfeiCTMAi J mJ L"-- s. .AsTfc jjm mi k mwW?Jfrr-&Z-TV kw.E. a Q Mm M. JL rr MJlmI v . nMl tirvU iWcMmA GIFT jiA5JA'fV' vrVr f I 1 SJ V V 'Hu.V- I I - - ..- - M 1IM llWN T T.V A. M Haw W I w Join The Eager Shoppers WHO THRONG THE STORE MAKING READY FOR THE GREATEST CHRISTMAS THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN Our stock in Ivory Goods is com )letc Mirrors, Nail Files, Buffers, Puff ManiBoxes, Hair Receivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brushes, Box and Roll-u- p cure Sets from $1.50 to $15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets from $3.50 to $25.00. HARTFORD ROY MARRIES. 50 20 and Sunday Open the churches of No danger schools Sunday. crowding in Hartford churches. To our patrons and friends, and to our enemies It we have any, wo ex- tend hearty Christmas greetings. If you have not already Joined the Red Cross do It now. The war indeed is over, but our boys aro still In a strange land and need the generous help of the Red Cross. . Trouble is reported to bo brewing in Mexico again. While Uncle Sam has his army intrlm he ought to march down and whip "ell out of the Mexicans, and be done with It. Burlesqueson makes no better Job than the mannglng the telephone postoflico department. Wo rarely try to use the local telephone system if we have time to write a letter, or walk and take the message. After American daddies have spent millions providing foreign titled husbands for their daughter'? it is a shame to have those perfectly lovely titles spoiled by the kingdoms and empties of Europe turning Republics. In a four column statement announcing his candldncy for governor Lieut. Governor Black hays he has always been a consistent prohibitionist, but harbors no ill spirit against the liciuor business. The Lieut, is setting his traps to ketch 'em gwyno and a cumin'. Mr. Henry Grillln nnd Miss Catherine Helen Cell were married at the parsonage of tho First Baptist church It is mighty onhnndy not to have a Rov. 5 and 10 cent store In town when it Owensboro, Saturday. In Boone, pastor of tho church, officiat- comes timo to givo Christmas ed. Mr. Griffin is a son of Mrs. T. presents. L. Griflln, of Hartford, and is a prosperous farmer, of Ensor, in Daivcss The Miss Mills that oporates our county. Miss Bell's homo was also linotype, don't want to marry. We're at Ensor. glvln' her this free ad causo wo don't want to loose her from tho shop. RECENT LAND SALES. Mo and Tlnsley havo entered into Tho records of tho Ohio County an agreement that when our men Clerk's office show the following land friends goes to Owensboro or Louisdeals havo been recently made. ville and don't bring us nothin' we II. W. Taylor, Beaver Dam, to L. won't mention their trip in tho paper. C. Leach, 95 acres $3,000. L. C. Leach, Beaver Dam, to V. T. Wouldn't it bo funny if the preachHunt 91 acres, ?2,500. ers was to form a "Combine" like the Tllford Aldridge, Beda, to H. Will doctors, and refuse to marry people Taylor, 10G acres, $5,500. who was bohlnd with their former Anna J. Glbbs, Rockport, to Louis-vill- o mnrryin' fees. Gnss and Electric Co., 1 town lot, $1,700. Tho Ohio County Drug Company Rolllo Westerfleld, Hartford Route has an assortment of talkin' ma G, to John D. Goins, G7 acres, $1,220. chines. Lonnie Parks, Hartford, to John D. Goins, 67 acres, $1,220. MULE STOLEN'. Jas. H. Thomas, Hartford, to Holland Shown, 113 ncres, $3,800. Stolen from my barn, near Sunny- Joe Ford, Hartford, to Jas. H. dale, Saturday night, November 14, Thomas, 113 acres, $2,000. ono red sorrel mule, fifteen and a Adolla Moore, Hartford, to W. F. hulf hands high, four years old, large Acton one town lot, $2,000. head and dim white spot on nip. Arthur Westerfleld, Fordsville. to Barefooted when stolen and had not Mattie Pollard, ono town lot, $400. Will pay for been recently sheared. Rossic N. Taylor, Hartford Route trouble of furnishing information 6, to R. T. Taylor, 57 acres, $750. that will lead to the recovery of the Holland Shown, Hartford, to Law- animal. The state pays fifty dollars rence Bunger, 130 acres, $2,500. reward for capture of a inulo thief. J. II. Kuykendoll, Nocreek, to II. MARY E. WILSON, Notify W. Haynes 151 acres, $S,0()0. tl-- p Narrows, Ky., Route 2. G. T. Tucker, Rnsine, to B. D. Lei(EXTERTOWX. sure, GO acres, $400. " When tho soldier boys gits back thoy may do n good denl of niarryin', but tho boys that stayed at homo aro pretty well stocked up with wives. Most of 'cm married to keep from goin' to war. Ivory Clocks, inlaid designs Ingersoll Watches a large assortment. Shaving Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Shaving Mugs, Cigarette Cases, Xmas Cards, and Seals, Xmas Books for old and young. Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Dolls the best assortment in town. A! Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in abundance. Our Christmas assortment of TOILET WATERS AND PERFUMES in all superior odors, was never more complete. the We are headquarters .for BOX PAPERS at prices from 15 cents to $1.25.. We have a complete line of subject to your inspection. Call and have them demonstrated. We have many other appropriate Xmas gifts too numerous to mention. Our prices are all right. We invite your inspection and patronage. Columbia Grafonolas And Records REAVER DAM. Just as soon as the ban on free speech is lifted we want to ask that a cataloguo bo made of all the jackasses, in tho Federal .service, who were invested with authority to glvo autocratic orders to tho American people about their lndlvidual"actions, habits and customs. Many newspapers aro commenting upon the assumed impossibility of securing a jury, In the event the was brought to trial ono paper suggesting the necessity .of summoning a venire of ten million men. Wo have no patience with such an indictment of the integrity of mankind. Wo believe we could select a jury of twelvo Hartford citizens who could bring In a verdict based solely upon tho law and the facts. Miss Lilian Hurt, who has been in Evansville, Ind., has returned home. Messrs Wilson Taylor and Hamilton Render, who have been attending the Military school in Russelvllle, Ky., have returned home. Mesdames J. O. McKinney, E. It. Taylor and M. D. Hudson were In Louisville the first of the week. Mrs. Harley Qulnn and children, of Louisville, Ky., aro visiting Mrs. Quinn's mother, Mrs; Nettle Chauvan. Mr. Ion Crowe, of Central City, was in town the first of tho week. Mr. Leo Stevens, who has beon in Detroit, Mich., has returned here. Mrs. Clent Horn and sister, Miss Loureen Stevens, aro tho guests of relatives. result, and n far reaching result, of tho war will bo tho largor voice the working people will have By or In the matter of government. through somo strange law of tho human mind, by which without previous agreement is possible, the worklngmen of all tho countries of tho world aro demanding a largor voice in their governments. Somo friction is going to result in making the now alignment, but tho problem will work Itself out. Tho Inequality of the distribution of wealth has not been unknown to tho working classes, but they wanted tho way to correct it. The war has clearly jdiown how, in times of distress, the government must rely upon its tndU vldual members, and in this way has taught tho people tho potoncy of their power. The great conflict has not only made the nations, but tho multitudes, more democratic. One Mrs. Ben Thomas died at her homo Sunday night and was burled in Bethel Cemetery. Mr. Joda Railey and Mr. Delmar Mosley left Wednesday for Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Martin aro re ceiving congratulations over tho birth of twin sous. Mrs. Henry Cummins died at her homo Sunday night of paralysis. Mr. Everett Taylor, former postmaster here, died at his home In Illinois, Saturday. His remains wore brought hero for burial and buried in Sunnydnlo comptry. Ho is survived by his wlfu and two sons. Mrs. Minerva Taylor, of West Frankfort,' 111., is visiting relatives hero. MAGAN. The lino tobacco season Alford James and Miss Henrietta Wood were married at the homo of Rev. L. W. Tlchenor, last Rriday. Isaac Ashby, who has been station Harrison for ed at Ft. Benjamin somo time, is at home. Orlando Bolton came home Fridny, from Camp Zachary Taylor. Rev. J. J. Willet, of Owensboro, was In our midst a few days this week. Miss Nola Tate Is visiting her parents, at Leltchfield. Mr. J. H. Hill, who has been very low for somo tlmo with typhoid, Is Improving slowly. Miss Bertie Mao Stevens spent Monday with her sister, at Kimbly. The "flu" situation does not seem to bo improving much at this place. There are several cases at this time. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. s'i;iii Incorporated. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. r last week The Fiscal court will bu called upon g to adopt somo system for tho next year. Wo hnvo no plans to offer, hut the present system is ai elude, antiquated nnd ineffective. If the court hits no bettor plan In viow wo Buggetit It uppoint n committee of its members to inquire into tho boat systems! iu uh in our astffhboring sountfei. It is no ajww Ui ay that w tut do no bailor wjth Us l$uilttMl fud( ut the com. noon road-workin- has put the farmers busy delivering tobacco. Two boys from this community, Dudley Evans, son of Dozler Evans, and Douglas Taylor, son of Mrs. Nnn-q- y Taylor, havo been killed in Franco. Arthur Whitehouso und Wilbur Roach havo gouo to Owensboro on business. and wife Mr. J. W. Westerfleld went to Louisville Sunday, to visit their son, who wns wounded in Trance, but who is now In camp Taylor. Vernon Dughn has boon mustered out of tho mllitury servico and has roturned homo. Mrs. Sallio Oreor is visiting lior daughter, Mrs. Myrtlo Taylor, in Owonsboro. Mrs. M. R. Muffott has rocelvod notice that her napkew, Woslio Dnnlol, Uss boen wounded in Franco. Mldklff and family visited Willi Muffett and family Sunday. Hbr satisfied, while somo aro sntls-lle- d with prices received. Mrs. Emma Kissinger Is very sick. Mr. Clyde Funk has been mustered out of tho military service, at Camp Taylor, and has roturned home. Mrs. Cassle Peach and little daughter, Loudcll, who havo been visiting relatives here, have gono to Hartford to be tho guests of Mrs. Oscar Wado for a fow days. Mfc8, 1eacn naa oeon in Oregon for tho ilijst two years. Miss Katie Hlckeyof Bells Run. visited Mrs. Maude Trogden Saturday mm v. and Sunday. NOTICE TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Mr. Hardin Chapman has .received notico that his son, Everett, has been Since tho "influenza" lias kept our severely wounded in Franco. " long thero will bo s schools closed so a great deal of coal left over in each RESOLUTIONS. district. I wish to udvise each trustee to sell the surplus coal and return Whereas, It has been tho pleasuro the proceeds to tho County Board of of Almighty God, In His undeniable We think that in tlijs Education. infinite wisdom, to call our way we can save enough to go a long and Brother, Deliner Stewart, who way in furnishing our schools next departed this lifo on tho 5th., day of year. Oct., 1918, at 2:30 V. M. nt his resiE. S. HOWARD. S. S. O. C. dence in tho village of Cromwell, Ky., m therefore be It DUKEIIURST. Resolved, That this Lodgo extend to our beloved Brother it's slncoro No InfiiQiiza in this community nt thanks for tho unceasand heart-fe- lt present. ing und untiring efforts which ho has A few farmers havo delivered their nobly put fortli in tho maintenance tobacco to Owensboro recently. Mr. Joe T. Snell is on tho sick list. of this lodgo, Brother Stewart was born In Ohio Mr. Willio Hnrdln was in OwensCounty, Ky., on Jan. 4th., 1891 und boro tho first of tho week. Green Miss Golda Baughn, of Adaburg, his body wns laid to rest in tho River Cemetery on tho Cth day of spont last week with bur cousins, Oct., 1918. Misses Vera and Tina Mldktff. Ho was raised to tho subllino deRoger York, of Camp Taylor, has gree of Master Mason Nov.,16, 1912. been mustered out of tho service, and Wardon Senior Ho was elected has returned homo. Secretary In Misses II. Berry nnd Lonn Combs 1913, Master in 1914, went to Hartford, shopping. Monday. 19 1C, which olllco ho held till tho Mrs. J. D. Mlllor and little son tlmo of his death, Therefore bo it resolved, That this pent from Sunday until Tuesday with y, Lodgo has lost the most elflclont Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Miller, of Mngan. It had ever elected for that Mr. Cornell, of Willow, West Vn., worthy Brother Is spending tho winter with his son, olllco, a truo and whom wo all had learned to love und Mr. W. F. Cornell. und inMr. nnd Mrs. Honda Lake, of Clear respect, his family a kind dulgent husband and father, his Hun, are tho proud parents of a baby parents nn honest nnd obedient son, girl, christened, Besslo Ernestine, nnd the community a citizen whoso wc unsolfulness und pleasant disposition CLEAR Rl'X. will never bo forgotten. 'in civil life ho had hold many posiSoma of the runner aro delivering tolmeeo and others are holding tions of honor und trugt; Cashier of tttIr it fur higliur pries. Not ninny farm, tho Crom wall Deposit Ilauk, nnd with hlf father, J. J. Stewart, are ar raturnln from murljot very ioll and tho various stations held In our Lodge wore discharged with honor nnd credit. llo it further resolved, Thnt wo do by these presents desire to convey In unmistakable lnnguago, our genuine friendship for nil that ho has dono for Cromwell Lodgo No. C92, Cromwell, Ky., nnd tho community in which ho lived. Resolved, That n copy of these res 4 olutions bo sprend on our minutes, given to Mrs. Dolmcr Stewnrt and a, copy sent to tho Masonic Homo Journal nnd tho two- - county papers for publication. Respectfully submitted, DR. OSCAR ALLEN, R. C. RAINS, CLARENCE JAMES, Committee, Unanimously adopted Dec, 8th, 191S. . Santa Claus Is Coming Soon home Christmas. t ! bo-lov- We are preparing for Santa Claus to visit every 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, Beds, Chairs, Rockers, Children's High Chairs and Chif-ferobe- r t t l t l t X s, Drc-r.cT.1- 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 every 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. t Sec-rotar- ACTON BROS !rtr $$$'$ HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. M -fr Xmas IIoubo Slippers nt Fair's. Xmas at Fair's Store! Our store as usual has made special arrangements with Santa Claus for his entire output of presents for both the older people and children. You can come to our store and trade with the assurance that your very need will be supplied. Mr. I. S. Mnson was in town couplo of days this wook. Finest lino of Writing Paper In town. Also Christmas goods. Call a and sec. JAMES II. WILLIAMS. t ttiM44ittmitmAt,AUAAAl. f Luclotm Oranges, finest Bananas, County Attorney, A. I). Kirk attended Esqulro Rico's court, at Fords-vlllc- , sweetest Apples choice Fruits of all kinds at Saturday, The Kaiser Has Had 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 look- ing for that present. Goods of all 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 Fountain Pens, Photo Cases, Lockets, Safety Razors, Cigarette Cases, Vanity Cases, Picture Frames, Lavalliers, Rings of all kinds, Fobs and Chains, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons. A big line of regular Watches, clocks, silver Ware and a fine lot of Eastman Kodaks and supplies, and hundreds of other pretty and useful gifts, which you can't afford to miss j It. Mr. J. 11. Thomas will go to Loulsvlllo Wednesday to spond tho holidays with his family. L. DBA VI3II & GO'S store A Good Licking j f X X X One, two and thrco ply roofing, tho sort that makes n roof, no-le- found at W. E. ELLIS & Bro's. If you want something good buy 2314 some of Libbics Sour Krout at Mr. Ed Barrass went to Owcnsboro ACTON BROS. Monday nnd returned Tucsdrry. Ed High grade lino of box and mixed mndo tho trip by road wagon and camo back sore very sore. randy on sulo at J. A. TATE'S restaurant. After recovering from an attack of Kor quality try my lino of Diamond tho flu, Mr. O. D. Carson has returned to Reeds, In Dalvcss County, where Island groceries. Nono better. he has a position with the A. C. A. W. 11. BAIZE.- Coffee Is out of sight but wo still Rabbit season is now open, will pny'tho highest market price, cash. hnvo some of tho best at tho old prices. Come at once and avoid the W. E. ELLIS & Bro. 20t4. R. L. DEAVER & Co. rush. Tho best place to get Cups, Saucers, Mr. Stanley Matthews, formerly of Plates, Salnds, Pitchers, Glassware Fordsvlllo, but moro recently of and Lamps Is at Owensboro, and Miss Ida Morris, were acton anos. married In Owcnsboro Saturday. Mr. Byron Foster, of Atlanta, Ga., EITlo May Boyd, tho fifteen year will arrlvo here tomorrow to spend tho holidays with his mother, Mrs. old daughter of Mr. Blllie Boyd, of Centertown, died of influenza WedIsaac Foster. TOY. DEPARTMENT All toys will be found on our second floor. Come and bring the "kids." Our line contains the best the market affords. You will find a corps of competent salesladies to show you every attention. X LADIES' DEPARTMENT ', This department is brim full of gifts that are NEW, PRETTY AND USEFUL, such as Handkerchiefs, Furs, Coats and Coat Suits, Silk Hosiery, Collars, Wool Toques, Skating Sets, Sweater Coats, Silk Underwear, Silk. Skirts, Efoth Robes, House Slippers, Towels, Wash Rags, Table Linens, Napkins, etc. . MEN'S DEPARTMENT Never was this department in better condition. Don't slight the men. They are easy pleased. Just Socks, Ties, Plain and Initial Handkerchiefs, plain or bordered, Wool or Silk Muffler, Fancy Collars, Tie Pins, Silk Skirts, late style hat or cap, New Suit, Hand Bag, Shaving Set, House Slippers, Gloves, Etc. Sure, any of the above will suit. Competent salesmen to wait on you, and to suggest the needs of men. What more can we add; simply this: COME, and we will show you how it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. nesday morning. Mr. Boyd is a merG. Austin, of Prentiss, has chant at Centertown. Mr. E. .sold his farm to Mr. R. L. Simmons, The school teachers arc to have a and will probably move to Hartford Christmas gift coming. The State for tho winter. Superintendent mailed out checks Go to W. II. BAIZE, next door to yesterday to cover the teachers' pay Bank of Hnrtford, for Ladles' and to date. It will bo welcome. gents' Silk Hose, Scarfs, HandkerWo have four large shipments of chiefs and etc. candy. Including Lowney's famous Harry Orumes, son of Mr. Charlie box goods, that will he here In plenty Crumcs, of Roslno, was among those of time for your Christmas shopping. ILER'S Grocery. recently reported as having been severely wounded. In France. Fresh Oysters, Cranberries arid Everyone that Is In need of a Cook- Celery will begin coming to us this ing Stovo is in need of a good one week and will continue to come all and that Is the kind we have thoso during the Holidays. You can these articles at any time by biscuit brownors. oming to us. J. A. TATE. ACTON BROS. Mr. Isaac Foster, who doing construction work for a mining company In Muhlenburg county, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his family here. Is ' seeing. We test and fit eye glasses, too. J. B. TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. KOWAX HOLBROOK, Sec. & Treas. J. K. ROBERTS, Prcs. A. BRESLER, X C. T. SHANKS, V. P. Ass't. Sec. & Trcas. se-cu- ro I 1 ' Tie Daviess County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) f X Ikl&l&CG The Hartford Republican 'M Ladles' fur sots at Fair's. Special Xmas prices In millinery FRIDAY. ., H. .. .DECEMBER at Fair's. Leather hand bags nt Fair's. Your E. n. It. TIME TABLfi. husband ncods one. Bound, No. 116 outh .....9:05 a. m. One at Hartford Buy your wife or daughter a Xmas Worth Bound, No. 114 6.45 p. m. cloak or coat suit at Fnlrs. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) Mrs. O. D. Carson was the week end guest of'tho family of Mr. D. E. Ward, at Nocrcek. I Personal News and Social Events, $ Miss Mattye Kuykcndoll, of has accepted a position with Roskett's Cash Store, at Centertown. k, Men's Scarfs nt Fair's. Xmas table linen and napkins at Mr. Uriah Coppage, of Olaton, was gucst-o- f his son, Mr. A. B. Coppage. Hancock Clarion. the week end Fair's, Sir. M. L. Heavrln was In Tuesday. iW Louls-vlll- o Commonwealths Attorney. C E. Smith was in Fordsvlllo Saturday, attending Esquire Rice's couit. Mr. It. B. Martin Is visiting his Earl-ington. See Fair's Christmas silk hose for Ladles and Gentleman. Mr. Leo Mason, of Ccntertown, called on us Wednesday. sister, Mrs. John A X. Taylor, nt complete lino of shirts, ties and W. H. BAIZE'S now store. collars at MIssos Dulnh Mooro and Clllllo Felix woro In Owcnsboro, Tuesday, of Men's and Sweater Coats at Fair's. nig lino Ladies' Only six moro days for Xmas shopping. See Fair's for presents. Got Christmas shopping. Box Candy, that nlco pleco for Christmas from of furnlturo ACTON DUOS. Pens, Pocket-Book- B Perfumes, Fountain and other novol-tle- s. JAMES H. WILLIAMS. Mr. W. H. "Miller, of Fordsvlllo, was among our visitors, Wednesday. 4 Iler's Grocery will have fresh oysters colery and cranberries for your Christmas dinner. Find a stuplo lino of fruits, candles and staple grocorles at R. L. DEAVER'S store. Luclla Kahn and Frank Hincs (colored) were married in Hati FriMr. Romney Duff.of Dundee, was In day. Luclla was formerly the helpWednesday. Mr. Duff has Just meet of Walk Kahn, but was recently town returned from Pittsburg, and says he divorced. saw lots of snow and Ice in PennsylMr. Duff went to Louisville n making your Christmas gifts vania. J yesterday, where he ,wlll enter the li.cludc a year's subscription to tho Republican to somo friend who would transportation service of the I. C. appreciate It. Others do It. Why Railroad Company. not you? Mr. II. Will Taylor, of Bald Knob, bought a farm from Tllford Aldrldgo, We have several largo shipments near Bedn, for which ho paid $5,500. of oranges, apples, grapefruit, coco- Mr. Aldrldge bought the farm four nuts, raisins, figs, dates and nuts of years ago for $3,000. This, along all kinds for your Christmas basket. with many other recent land ILER'S Grocery. deals, illustrates tho big increase in laud values in tho past few years. Mrs. Tico Burns and Miss Ruth Leltchfleld went to owensboro WedMr. Clay Vinson, of Owensboro, and nesday. They will also visit Mrs. Miss Isabellc Flicker, of Evansvillc, Burns' parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. S. were married at the Trintlnty Metho Petty, beforo returning to Hartford. dist church, In Evansvlllo, Monday. Mr. Vinson is a son of Mr. J. T. VinJ. C. Her has many new books or- son, merchant- - of Beaver Dam. Mrs. dered, both for sale and for his cir- J. T. Vinson and sons, Charles and culating library. A membership to Virgil, were present at the wedding. tills library would be a fine Christmas gift to one of your friends. Schuyler Acton and his son, Rom ney, of Sulphur Springs, demonstratOur correspondents seem to have ed the profit to be made with proper slowed down In action. It is disap- enre of sheep, in their experience pointing. If you are out of supplies this season. They had ,ln the spring notify us; don't quit. The country let- eleven ewes and one buck. Tho ewes ters aro the best feature of a coun- dropped 16 lambs. By forced feeding of the lambs and proper care of try nowspaper. tho flock, they sold the lambs and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix are grand- wool for $226. parents. A boy was recently born to Tho Huwesvllle Plalndealer says: their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Kniskcrn, In Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Mrs. Joo LamaBtus, of Lower Bot were visiting their daughter when tom, delivered to tho local market C. B. Jr. was born. in ono day $55.36 worth of chickens." Mrs. Lamastus was formerly Miss Coffee hns gono to an enormous Lois Martin, of Rosine, nnd if we prlco, but wo hnvo several thousand were not nfrnid tho goodest woman pounds on hand. It will pay you to In the world, and Joo, would see this, put lu an early order and avoid tho wo would say she was, so many years ago, our old sweetheart. Plalndealrush. er will please not copy. ILER'S Grocery. W. S. Tlnsley who, when not fishing or hunting at tho mouth of Grassy Creek, Is associated with tho running of this paper, and "Oldtlmer," alias, John Qlonn, left several days ago, on the Angler, for said creek; since which tlmo no news of their conduct or whereabouts has been receivEsqulro John M. Graham, of Nar- ed by their enemies hero. Wo have rows, called on us Monday. Mr. I somo suspicions as to both, but are Graham Is caring for tho twin chil- I too charitable to express them. dren of Justice Matthews, who with Capt. and Mrs. Z. H. Shults arrived his wife, Is an inmate of tho Almshouse, and Mr. Graham had brought In Hartford, Saturday, from Camp tho children In to visit their parents. Groenlcaf, Gu., where tho doctor was lu tho modlcal corps of the military Cnpt. E. II. PojUlc.ua, of tho Medi- sorvlco. Capt. Shults has been musHo was cal Corps, stationed ut Camp Green-lea- f, tered out of tho service. On., camo homo Tuesday on n formerly of Pleasant Ridge, but sold Capt. Pondleton hls.proporty there before entering tho ton days furlough. oxpoctg to bo mustered out of the military service. lie has not decidervlco soon, and says ho w'Ul bo glud ed on n location yet, but will probably point la Daviess to sH back to his "Old homo town" practlco ut 3omo county, j gun. Dr. M. R. Taylor, of Louisville, has located at Heaver Dam for tho practice of dentistry, and will appreciate tho patronage of the public. Dr. Taylor Is a son of Mr. Don Taylor, and is wellknown at Beaver Dam and throughout the county. X X I 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. X t X f Notice Tobacco Growers Why not patronize your own industry 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 Both Phono. OWENSBORO, KY. Open Day and Night. and 6 inch druin tile, and 24 Inch W. E. ELLIS &. well tile. 23t4 Now store Ilro. k every urtlclo in stock Miss Mattyo Tichenor spent Sunabsolutely new. day with the family of her brother, 'W. II. BAIZE. Mr. Everett Tichonor, at Centertown. Mr. W. L. Wedding, of Fordsvlllo, - It you are In need of a nlco Kitchcalled on us while In town Wednesen Cublnet, wo have that one that you day, should hnvo. ACTON BROS. Itov, T. J. Acton, of Olaton Route 1, was among our visitors WednesMr. (Subbort, of Sunnydalo, has reday. ceived notlco that hLs son, Clarence, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dundee-- wai killed in action, in Franco, woro In Loulsvlllo, a few days this September 12. wook. You can get your Christmas Mixed nuts.. JilgluiHt quality, and Qcaugw Apple, Grape, Crauburrlp Celery, Candles and uuts nt the bast lino of fruit In tow a. AGTQN BROS, J A. TATE. , We aro reminding you again that tho yellow slip on your paper is not only for tho purpose of effecting delivery, but a weekly notlco of the expiration of your subscription. And If your tlmo has expired it is an invitation to you to pay up. I have located In JJeaver Dam "for the practice of dentistry, and shall gratefully appreciate tho patronage of the public. Call qn mo at the A. D. Taylor property. 25tf M. R. TAYLOR, D. D. S. e Mrs. Henry Smith, of Prentiss, has Call on The Republican for Fine rocolved a letter from her husband, Henry Smith, at Bordeaux, Job Printing. Dr. Franco, saying that his name was on tho sailing list for the United States, and that ho was expecting sailing orders any tlmo. Dr. Smith has had eight months service In the United States Army Medical corps, in France, nnd was, wo believe, the first Ohio LOYALL P. BENNETT county physician sent to France, and NOTARY PUBLIC. the only one stationed there. Mrs. Smith expects the Doctor home as a "wm New Years present. r Worth Tichenor is a new type of Jailor. No sooner than he locks the prisoner In ho begins an effort to procuro bond for tho unfortunate fellow, or Implores the court to turn him out on his own promise to return when wanted. Most Jailers want the Tee for "the keep, but Worth, in the goodness of his heart, turns advocate for tho prisoner's liberty. Indeed It Is said that on one occasion, at least, ho furnished a liberated prisoner with a horse to ride home. (Hartford High School. We can heartily recommend, Prof. Loach to tho people of Welner, as a high class citizen ,a cultured gentleman and a capable educator. m NOTICE. OH! I SEE! Prof. Henry Leach will leave the 26 Inst., for Arkansas, where ho has of the accepted tho Prluclpnlshlp Welner High School, for tho Spring term. The former principal was elected County School Superintendent of his county last fall, and rotiros from teaching to wiiins the dutle of lili offlce. Prof. Leaeh in a former of Ohio County Superintendent whoujs, und for'morly taught la the li O. I. 1L m 3d L c. 'j, T"Ho SEEVErWff' WsieV f" CImE FOR SALE. Pigs rculy for January MUO-l- b. delivery. Sow, Hartford, Ky., R. 7. MASTKIl COMMISSIONKK'S SALK. will bo sold subject to tho homestead mlssloncr of tho Ohio Circuit Court Interest of tho widow. Lctha Mc this tho 14th day of Docembor, 1918. Kinney. OTTO C. MAUTIN, RED CROSS FUTURE Ohio Circuit Court I will also sell at tho samo tlmo 25t3 Mnstor Commissioner. Salllo D. Jackson, etc., Plaintiff. and placo on tho samo terms, tho Dames and Smith, Attorneys. Vs. CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKPORT. lots in tho Sowdor's Ilalllo T. Jackson, ot al, Dofcndnnt. following the town of llcavor Dam, toJudge R. W. 81ack, Oweniboro. to MASTKU COMMISSIONER'S SALK. IS LINKED WITH Ily vlrturo of a Judgement and or- wn : Ch'm'n. Board Jamc WHson, Gom'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartder of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, Clerk Rushing Hunt. llclng lots Nos. 13, 14, 15, 1G, 17 ontorcd nt its Novombor term, 1918, ana Ohio Circuit ford. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. is in diock n. Nos. 10, 11 and 12 U. S. Carson, etc., Plaintiff. Court. for tho purposo of a salo and division In lllock T Nos. 13, lfi nnd 1C Marshal Will Langford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. vs; real ! llirtstls I ROLL CULL of tho hereinafter described (1 l . 4n nn Itlnfllr V cstato which Is Jointly owned hy the 21, 22, 23 nnd 24 in Ulock Q, Nos 21 Defendants. Master CoinnilNsloncr Otto C, MarBEAVER DAM. y v r mru ofVi i'i Igmcnt nnd order parties to this action, and for tho 90 . 'I u nn.i oa i.. payment of tho ,.. tin, Hartford. costs of tho action as H.11IIIU". """ "7 " """" " i..i.. of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, en. "u'"h 'Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. i '. lum tUMVUVUU ..III a.. I. iUClllllIlOV U.,,.1 l. i.. i ...n jib .1 tunis ui 11. iin miiUi i ...in ... iyuii ! IUIUII ui nit Novumlicr term, 1918, Trusleo Jury i .1. liiu hi i Clerk R. W. King. l'uiul Cal P. Koown, mo ns Commissioner to Vol! UaVISOn, ill War tOUnCII tteaU, ! offer for salo at public outcry, to win i... 't n" tho X.nfi ,J,""0 ilh,Tni?Il!i!ainy; Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. tho herolnaft or real csiato for tho highest nnd best bidder, at the Court il'Lc,?1 ''"i'0' Hartford. Outlines Tasks That " " "" " " '", Hnnan ilnnr. In Hnrtfnrri. Kv.. on Marshal It. I Slovens. iiuriiosii n jsniinnir run nainfn nr Mn.i.. i . . Monday in March ia days Wclnshelmer, deceased, paying tho Mondny th Clh ot January. 1919, Ot I li? S 1 v I I'ORDHVIIiLi:. Lie Alieaa (,oI)t8 thorcr ' , ic ,'J ni)0ut tho hour of one o'clock p. m., Com'th. and Civil. r 1 r i"," mnlnilor of nml ft ""vision of tho re- ' Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones.' tho proceeds. tho following described real estate in j n' If nny. ,8t Monday In May 11 12 days Civil. among tho parties outltlo.l ihnr,.n "'.Nos- !l. Ohio County. Kentucky: Clerk Olln Cobb. " .!", "' ,P,.. 'aJI 5. ".." ",c?(l .r 'will offer for salo nt public outcry to ' 1st Monday Nest week' 's Red Cross Christmas Lying near Rockport and bounded in July 12 days Pollco Judgo C. P. Kes'slnger. s ol tho nlfihrat nnd best bidder, " ," "'" VorK Jtoll Call for members Is character- - as follows: .'". at tho Com'th. and Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. ," Mcglnnlng nt the S. E. corner of ized as "the foundation of tho Red ", ,' f f 0,.lrt H,)"f Ior in Hnrtford, Kon- - . A. iinuoira lot on uonion s reel Coo0- - ,)y S. P McKlnnov No T.v.i . . V on .f10"""?. January Gth, 1919. 3d Monday in September Cross" by Chalrm, an II. p. Davison of 12 days T' "J "guinr ; Civil. the Ilcd Cross War Council in his lj " 22 and 23 in lllock It. aa 'shown hi ,? . !r..l" r"h " ' i u, V'"' '" .7"...V"-'""l deed of record in tho Ohio County .1.. win. statement describing Uie future of tho V," "."in uuu o ciock I'. M.' nn i.h Monday In November 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR iiiu iiuur Red Cross. County Board of Education. nnd four links to n stona; thenco S Clerk's offlco in deed book 53, pago a credit of six months, tho following Com'th. nnd Civil. described real estnto located in HartW. 4 rods and 24 links to S. W. "Wherever our polJIers and sailors 83 Leaving E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. may be, the Red Cross will stay with corner of Q. M. Denton's lot; thenco aro ordered tho following lots which ford, Ohio County, Kentucky, COUNT!' COURT. sold A house and lot III Hnrtford. Kv.. E. 20 rods to a Blono In tho 13, 14, IB nnd 1Gby this order: Nos. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hnrt them until they arc demobilized. Noth- S. in Block K, No. 9 located on tho corner ot Clay and I.o- ing which we may do will be left un- lino of bottom land; thenco S. 79 In Ulock J, Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 cus or (Dog street) fronting on Clay Moots first Mon(lftJr ,n cocn month ford, Ky. to n E. 13 done, either for tho men in Uic war of westrods nnd 16 links street corner nnd 24 In Block Q. and No. 24 in Street, nnd bounded on Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsville, sido of Denton if exthn rmhHi hv Jiuigo Mack Cook. zone, their families at home, to whom Clay street, on tho West by Locus or Ky. S. 28 'i E. 29 rods Block R. tended; thenco Tho purchaser-wi- ll County Att'y A. D. Kirk. bo required to (Dog street) on will continue to bo devoted the minis- nnd 12 links to a Mono; thenco S. the North by lot Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Cartor, Narrows, execute bonds Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. trations of the Ited Cross Home Scrv-3co,- 49',i W. 5G rods and 22 links to n proved by tho with security to bo ap- owned by John Sutton, and on tho Ky. Commissioner, promises Mr. Davison. at low water mark; thenco up ately nfter salo, payable in immedi- East by lot owned by M. L. Heavrln. Sheriff S. A. Brntchcr. stake six nnd Dlv. No 4 Robert Ooff, Roslne, Ilclng snmc nroncrtv cnnvovml said river binding on low water mark twolvo months and n lien n Superintendent E. S. Howard. Volunteer Aid Needed. Ky. to sugar treo on bank of Qreon River tained on the lands sold as will bo re- larlo C. Rial (Wclnshelmer) by C. J. Jailer Worth Tichenor. additional "The wake of the war will, however, at mouth of Doo Run; thenco N. 3fi commissioner of tills Ohio Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Beav 'reveal tbo prevalence of disease, and E. 104 poles to a sweet gum, nsh nnd security. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Lircuii uourt. on Given under my hand ns Com nnd which deed Sentombnr a. isun. er Dam, Ky. irfve rise to emergencies which in all hickory; thenco N. 31& W. to tho missioner of thn Ohln r.lrnnll rn.- is of record In Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center- Comrs. Deed Book A, page 194, Ohio Iparts of the world will call for unlim- public road on I. C. R. R. right of this, December, 14th, 1918. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. County Clerk's otilce, nnd being same way; thenco with said rond and right town, Ky. ited voluntary effort. OTTO C. MARTIN, property inherited bv thn nnnina in of way Timo of Meeting 1st Monday In "Here will be the opportunity for opening wostwnrdly to Jackson's Alloy 25t3 Mnstor Commissioner. FISCAL COURT. this action from tho decedent, Mario right of way; on M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. ilhe American Red Cross. But even S. 30 E. 2G5 I. C. with east sido thence February; Ut Monday in April; Is C. Wclnshelmer. of this feet mm jour Red Cross must not act and Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday Mondny in Juno; 1st Monday In Aut alley to N. E. corner Elizabeth Kcvll's Tho purchaser will bo required to act most effectively alone; we lot; thenco with her lot line S. 15 E. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. uAuuuio uonu wiin security to bo ap- In January, April and Octobor. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st proved by tho Commissioner, payable 1st District Ed Shown, must labor in with the 10 rods and 13 links to corner of Hartford, Mondny In December. Ohio Circuit Court. In six months and lion will 1m rinin. 'national Red Cross and relief societies same; thenco with her lino south A. Route 3. D. Kirk, ct, al., Plaintiffs, County Bonrd of Examiners cd as additional security. E. S. Jof other nations, to the "end that not 23 V W. 3 rods and G links to the line Vs. Given under my hand as Com- 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. V. ,alonc tho heart of America but tho of Vakeland's lot; thenco his lino Mary A. Anderson, etc., Defendcnts. missioner of tho Ohio Circuit samo; thence er Dam. Duff. heart of all mankind may be mobilize! lot S. 39 W,to corner of to a stono In By vlrturo of n Judgoment and or- this the 14th day of December. Court Hrd N. S2',4 31f feot 191S. District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Ion behalf of suffering humanity." Jnn. 2G nnd 2C Common School der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, OTTO C. MARTIN, Ham's lino; thence with lines of Hli District G. W. Rowo, Center Diploma Examination. term, 1918, for tho 2Gt3 Mr. Davison declares tho American Ham's lot to corner of J. L: Hendrio entered at its Master Commissioner. M. L. Heavrln, Barnes nnd Smith, town. Red Cross to be planning "to develop lot; thenco with his lot line to S. V. purposo of paying tho judgements of May 10 and 11 Common School Ilts permanent organization in this corner of said Hendrle's lot; thenco I tho plaintiffs herein, amounting to nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze. Diploma Exnminntion. Attorneys. kviiii nnniiinr nt tim TTniutrin 'lni Hnnu ?250.00 with tho Interest thereon nt country on a scale never before town. May 17 nnd IS County Teachers' com per nnnum .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S N. 9 W. 11 rods and 1 link to Plum J"" "7 "L in time of peace." SALE. Hli District W. S. Dean, Dundeo. ff"111 t'j 1 t" ilay of April. 191G, un- Examination (whtto). street; thence with south Bide of Home Work to Grow. 7lh District B. F. Rico, Fordsvillo. Plum street S. SI W. 9 rods and 22 i l" '"""""" "" cosis iiiciuuing mo May 24 nnd 25 County Teachers' Ohio Circuit Court. t "Study." he says. "Is beinc siven by links to west side of Benton street; I c?sts ?f.tu,s ?ale'.1 w.u offer for sale Pcllah Rnnney, et al., Plaintiffs. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). lm"110 vuirry io mo nigiiest and Ben-a- l Vs; the national organisation not alone tot"oneo north With west side of ford, Route 5. Juno 22 nnd 23 County and Stnt J best bidder, on a credit of six and Hilda Kfinney, ot at.. 'problems of internatloualxellcf, mittg!ton streel to the beginning. Defendants. Teucliers' Examination (white). moiuns, ni me louri House (2.) Being a certain tract of land iweivo By Virturc of a judgment and orin this country for enlarged nrtans HARTFORD. a Juno 28 nnd 29 County nnd Stnto house. door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- der of sale directed to mo by tho n,. ,,non wn,cl1 there Is ... dwelling .... h. .;,t.i. ;nm,nM nf t day the Gth of January, 1919. nt Ohio Circuit Court, .v. Trn... ni.in n Mayor J. E. Bean. entered nt Its Teachors' Examination (colored). Ihcaltb oHn"itlnn development of .., ",.i, .., . i,nn...n n about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m.,j November term, 191S, for tho pur VUU4fcUt ui,.., Clerk J. A. Howard. Sept. 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato "Shaft Place", for a more partl-rCt- s mo louowing described real estate, pose 01 n sale ami division of .the nro- Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowo. Teachers' Examination (whlto). ..ucs which cular tlescrlpllon of this land see ceeds, 1 will offer for salo at public unu other "A certain lot described In deed of outcry to the highest and best biddor Marshal E. P. Cascbler. Sept. 27 and 28 County nnd Stnto of deeds from A. W. and E. W, may contribute TdTTieTiealth And Rowan Holbrook, I Davis and I. R. and Mary F. Nicholls L. C. Napier, dated Commissioner, to on a cmni 01 six and twelve montlm. piness of men, women and children, March, 7th, 1900, at the Court Houso door in Hartford, ' j! fllnn enn r "" 1nA1nn.a n n Tho work of supplementing govern-,,1A?.."'o." ,.i7 ,"..., T i ,ua bounded as follows ivoniucKy, on .Monday. January, On the north side by Bluff street; 1919. it being the first day of Cth. ti; KnOCK the Spots Out Of Thlngl Iqiental activUIes, which the Red Cross' Cs"a3bi,sh;ent of a ine In case of S. A. the "e WILL YOU regular term of the Ohio County f " win do caiica upon 10 oo in ail Paris, Jackson vs Lem Curtis, and others. ."" " """,l Property of Mrs. Agnes Sneddon TAKE of tho world, will bo upon a great said land Is bounded as follows: o,.,Lt'0,:,,:.r ,of e . ... "B iscale, but it will call for human serv- ginning at a sugar tree and beech on -- " v .w... .. ...,, t,,u luiimuu iium;i IIM- - nf RrPPll w. xrt. ivvnt.utv, "" wwuVt o'clock. P. M., tho following described IlfVnr? MlOllCG IV. I .vandttiiMa I' t li n IintlU.In .".tfeni-- ..ll.in . . n cu'Aat ffntit naVi he ntucky and KnoV.n .is the .lano real vstoto situated In Ohio County, rip r 1AI nnln "What the Red Crosa needs now H:""-?"?- ' intW illlam's lot and being tho samo lot Kentucky, ' A'.' ...,.,.. -- ',. inot so much contributions of money. ' j .... 'conveyed to Mnrv A. Amlnrsnn hv W. Beginning nt a beech S. W. corner rrench Dry Cleaned and Preiitd U A Tnalrcenl las the continued devotion and loyalty day of to John James survey, a corner to Superior Manner. tiinnno s 4"U w to's- - Nichols and wife on the i .ia uieniDers. V,.,1 ,, ""'. James Shields, thence N. 1A E. 1G0 bank of Green River; thenco down "".V A, , hFUbbbbbbbbbbW Sl for WEAK KBBBk. ... ..., wu.. poles to a black gum and two smnll j Bond na your Garment and MT7 bBKbbbbMbeLw jisioind srvel itho samo to uie ucginning, coniain-i- ;, Co"yl".in -. book LUNGS 01 OA i de0.d "aB,c-white oak pointers; thence N. SS1 Which tract of land Them ?: Annual, membership Involves the'lH vv hvtcs to The .was conveyed to the plaintiff, Snllle execute purchnser will be required ap- v. iiiu poies to a white oak In t CONSUMPTION of only one dollar? bond with security to be ico B. Jackson, on tho 3rd day of August, proved by the Commissioner and a Shield's line; thenco S. 1& CLEANED CLUAN poles to a mnplo and small gum; L. Jackson which -- SilS98, by Elizabeth defrays all the administrative ex- (lec(1 , ,,, rocorrt ln de0ll Uook. s. lion will be retained as additional thenco S. 88 E. 100 poles to the Package! called for and uellver4. A quick relit t for thai llrfil, run down frrline. bo In equal beginning, containing 100 acres, moro security. tpenses of the organization, but leaves 1Ktg0 47, Ohio County Clerk's of- - lironortion Said bonds to couchi, palm la chnt. nlchl iwrili. hrmor payable in six or less. and .k suirautaiiai uaiaiicv, wuicu, iogoujenf,ce THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB rhacet. wrak lunci or contumpllon. If ll dot months, respectively. The purchaser will bo required to iwitli all funds subscribed dlrcctlv for A certain tract or mnu suu-ate- d al help you il colli you nolblof. (3.) ( an Com Given undor my hand irellef, are " solely devotgd to that pur Lock. Box eio and lying ln tho County of Ohio. mlsslnner of the Ohio Circuit Court, execute bond immediately after sale J A. Iv Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL CO. r ,jU. with security to bo approved hy the IposeT COLUMRU n Kentucky, near tho town of this tho State of 13th. day of December. 191S. Commissioner, said bonds to be pay-- 1 HARTFORD. RENTUCK. L TfcSTCiTc.uroTiheTSi is thus "?kp?rt. belnn'" atqa7B7l,; af9l OTTO C. MARTIN, ablo In six nnd twolvo months re 1 hpCrnTtone ; Uienle N. 25t3 J- - be called at Master Commissioner. spectively and a lien will be retained Uhroogh enrollment In the ReTTrost ' L50'es .t0 a?'aK. 011 tho real cstato sold as additional ' thence N. HEAVRIN & KIRK, Attorneys. dOOD LEKKiGTOli, KY., BUSiNESS UHIVERS1TY security until tho payment of both ' Ithe American people may send a nw? 77 w s0 poies t0 a certain beech and l6age to our soldiers still overseas and gmn;' thenco S. 31 be. ui Uecnmt U W3Wr R. SaJi Bobku CJUtt E. 50 poles to'MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bonds in full. Given under my hands ns Com'to the peoples of the world that wo are the beginning, containing 20 acres, fiutlneit, Short Hand, Typo Wrlllng tnd Tcteoraphr' missioner ot tho Ohio Circuit Court Secured or Your Money Back Ohio Circuit Court. ThU oM ami (nJtuU'at not merely content with seeing oui more or less i you take tbo Druuehon Training, tha this the 14th day of December. 1918. Tatum, Plaintiff. you it rtuicMtand towar.l (arms United with our allies ln victory, Said land to be 6ld subject to ft T. II.Vs training that IniAlnM mnn lndnnuv Ynn OTTO C. MATIN, scoring a ktgk malanrif can tako It at college or bit mall. Write Ibut that our abiding purpose is that rental lease held by Hockport Ooal K'ovella Tichenor, et al. Defendants. 25t3 loltton,I)tplomJiawrlrit Master Commissioner, SIUUUIIO.VS IIUSIXKSH COLLEUK HpUl CoarmtforUoT tho love, the sympathy and the intelll Co. Attorney. M. L. Heavrln, By vlrturo of a judgment and orcrfimnt llniplonnrnt I 1'tdnub. Kr ThmitutnJa et lurw wnfn bo rededl igenco of all America shall f irrajaato. ltrataanjtlmc. Being same land convejjf-i- l to bailie der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court nrPAltTMrNT TO!! LAl)II'.H.tin,rth.nrw catrd to the permanent service of man- .n, Jackson on August 3rU, 189S, by entered at its November torm, 1918, Regulate tho bowels when they fail Vrinolp!. KU IaJIm atUndinir hi a 'kind. UM BwidM liome. STot jrtleulr, nUrv. John T. Jackson, which deed is ot in tho abovo styled action directing to move properly. Hcrbine Is an ad me as Commissioner to sell tho hererecord in deed book.... pago ft SMITH - LCXJNQTON. KY mirable bowel regulator. It helps inafter described property for tho Ohio County Clerk's office. pro- tho Iivor and stomach and restores a E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE will be required to purpose of the division of tho Tho EXILED BELGIAN TOTS execute purchaser immediately after ceeds among the parties entitled flno feeling of strength and buoyancy. bonds, And Fitting of Glasses public sale, with security to bo approved by thereto, I will offer for salo at Price GOc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Masonic THK Said bonds pay- outcry to tho highest and best bidder, tho Commissioner. 0WENSB0R0. KY. m Templa SEWING SEND GREETINGS JO able In six and twelve months re- on a credit of six and twelve months, Co. spectively and a lien will be retained at the Court House door in Hartford, MACHUNK on tho real estate sold as additional Kentucky, on Monday, January, Gth, OF Call 011 TI10 Republican for Fine J being tho first day of tho 'security u.nUl tho payment of each 1919, it U. 3, QUALITY. V-VEr..Tl County Job Printing. regular term of tho Ohio 1.. lillliu ill mm, ' nlvnti (miliar mv hand as Com- - Court, ut about tho hour of one 'JL. tiitculnnnr nf thn Ohio Circuit Court. o'clock P. M. tho following described i Washington.- "Fraternal and cor this tho 14th day of December, 1918, Tta 't'Stoto, loca'ed In Ohio County, NOT Kentucky, OTTO C. MARTIN, dial greetings" have been sent Amer- SOLD hi Ohio Ono tract or parcel of land Master Commissioner lea's school children by GOO Belgian 2 5t3 County, Kentuckyi On the Waters of girls and boys now returning from M. L. Heavrln,, Attorney. ANY tho North fork of Muddy Creok and exile at Havre. OTHER Ui.iyrHit rmiMlSKlOXHIt'S SALE. bounded ns follows: Beginning nt a ....-..-- A giant scroll bearing some C2C NAME. Mono 1 H. McDowell's corner; thenco with his lino N. 9. E. 98 polos to a names thanks American children for Ohio Circuit Court. stone, nsh, beech and maple, polntors tho aid their country has sent Belgium Martin Flenor, etc., Plaintiffs. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. In his lino; thenco S. C7 E. 178 poles Came to this Woman after through the war years. Vs; two dogwoods von If von nurrhiue the X121V HOM'i: - will beech " Letha McKlnnoy. et, al., Defendents. to a stone, hickories und Edward's lino; Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's r. I. , on "Long live the allies! Long live in reel ricnc an mo umc. uon Liny t" havenllfciuisctnttlioprkeyouruy.nnawill By vlrturo of a Judgment and or- and three iBelgium! Vegetable Compound to Long llvo Uie United States 1 E. 32.8 from work for ckya by taking calome, , notliavoantndk-hHclinluotrtixilrs- . of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, thenco with tho samo S. of America! Honor to tho American der WJ1UII jiuunuilb rcruu ixvvpo jv, Restore Her Health to mo at its November, torm. poles to a post oak and hickory, pointon vour feet, while rclicvimryourtroub Red Cross and to its Commission for for tho purposo of settling tho er, corner with P. H. 54McDowell; Quality Jo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Donl W. 77 IJlO, of S. P. McKlnnoy, deceased thenco with his lino S. 'Belgium! Ellensburp, was noles to a stono on a branch whore married 1 was Waih. "After I time tako anything else. You can't nffort Considerei! T I .Htw "The Belgian Dcholars. boys and.""'1 PayinB . uio- inuonoiiess uguinst nn nuh not well for a long . . wl aiirv'if iron fern till it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses by .. .. ..- . .....v t uiiiM rRiaio. iniruLiiur ...hi. . uii tuain . ut i i wiiii n and a good deal of tern and relieves constipation. A nat . iiiiviH iririn. i inn .. . ri'iriiiii. it b the u ii- , 111 i'jiiih 111 ii with another i,,.. ,.,.i t.n n I lll nirnr rnr his corner: thenco o" the time was not ural remedy, natural in its actions, mik "".,, ",?,"'"' .V "11 appreciate with a deep emotion the," . " 127 ' nlKhest of his lines N. C7 W. ablo to go about in its effect and certain in results. It Cheapest value and tno reality or mo htgnuml best 1)I(i,ier. nt tho Court House liulea to tho beginning containing Our greatest desiro won't bo long before Lio- - Ver-La- x wil (services rendered by the American U00r In Hartford, Kontucky, on Mon-jltc- d 100 acres mora or loss, and bewns to have a child completely displace calomel in everj u the end Cross to the Belgian population, day January Gth. 1919, nt about tho ing 100 acres off tho south sido of a in our home and ono homo Children can take it freely am ?tnl-.iiM. on a credit tract of 225 acres deeded to Jas. II. Idriven out of their dear country, and hour of ono o'clock P. -K day my husbund With perfect safety. Every bottlo guarOS. "m and refugees In a foreign land. lot six and twolvo months, - tho follow- - ThomasJennieMinnie E. Thomas by 16, camo back from anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Norn McDowoll on March If you vrnutHBewlnsimichltH-- , write Xat estate- located In I. and B described real town witli a bottle genuine without the likeness nnd sign f,i. li, mn In... Cnimlnr'ii mlillllnn In tlin tnu-- nf 1917 by dood of record in deed book fhov hv. our latest cutalouo before you purcba&o. 's of Lydia E. - ,Etant and generous solicitude, alwayt. Grigaby. For silo by County: onver Dam, 0hlo County, Kentucky: number 37 page 361, Ohio ny The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mas& Vegetablo turo of L. K. Bald (ready where thero is a good to do, a Clerk's olllco niul conveyed HjLTtfortL certain lots in tho Sowdor's Kl Compound and i. B. WILLIAMS. . to reliovo, a mlsfortuno tc.iRtlon to tho town of Beaver Dam, Thomases to Willlum Daltzell and wanted me to try it. of date Icorufort, with tho improvements thoreon, be- - Dennis Tichenor by deed in deed It brought relief Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22. 23. 24, 13, March It, 1908, of record mftunmii v. 1 r n tan (limnwniii mna from my troubles. "They also eend their grateful and,!," l"ts book Number 46, nt pago 443, Ohio I improved in health so could do my I i,gs! . -t auonate remembrance to County Court Clerk's olllco, and the pjwo have a little one, all children of America, whose Jgt aia of UroaU street, each lot interest hereby convoyed was by will housework; owe nowLydia E. Pinkham's to and big brothers have crossed the ' lnK D0 foot front ami ICO feet deep to of tho said William Baltzoll which is of which I Compound." Mrs. O. S. Vegetablo 'big ocean cither for the American Red jm alley. of record in will book E, at pago 107, Johnson, R. No. 8, Ellensburg, Wash. Cross or In the gallant, powerful and Also lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8, Ohio County Clerk's olllco, devised to 337?5l There aro women everywhero who rznxi glorious American army to share in 9, 10, U anjl 12 fronting on Mndlson grnntors. Wzg&M Us Tho1 interest of tho infant de long for children in their homes yet aro tho triumph and tho right of dvilixa Stioot in BJck K., being GO feet will bo retained ns a lcnied this happiness on account of 1(10 feot to fendants herein FOR PERSONAL HYRII--MP- . Pucefed 'when everying ehe crao functional disorder whicli in most tion. to hulp tho Belgians reconstruct fi out ami I'ftlUitng back Diisolvcd in vntcr for douchct topp lion on 1110 lanu soiu. 1110 rurcnuHr In neivoui p:os'.ratio und fvmalo aiia.. . ? ,,, would readily yield to Lydia E. ..,., is tin ir l.omos, nnd to savo theli "" .""T',' . wm l ronuiroil to oxocuto bonds pelvic catarrh, ulcorct'on end Inflamthey me the uuprun ,' '.cakucftse 'jsUiam's Vegetable Compound. country mation. Recommended by Lydiu L. tcirei.'yv m thousands have testified. tu 1. I'. McKinney by Kmuilo Immediately attor nale with gecurlty Puch women should not givo up liopo anil .nrtfUal ar..ttnm to bo approved by the ConunUslonor. Flnkham Med. Co, for t'n years. u1ieedr. et hI, Jiy dMtl daUU Juno utd ttoy huvo given this wondoriul . FOR KIDNSVcJ LIVER AND A licalin wonder for coutracUi, Una Amcriwr 8, 1U. Mil of word lu dood book puyoblo in six and twe.ve inontlm our 'itu cntcrrh, a tri J, ur for npcial ntlvicQ STCJVJACHT30UCLE eore throat and or oyc Economical, , oio unity iiier t(b .UMO"'. ,..T ritu Lydia li Pinkhun Medieins Co., .: is (hi It t i.iodkir.u over tW a addltiuual no eii on tha Und Bold imcnxnuy tiutuma u J sn,K;l p.,w. riu OffiM. in,' Mas Thn result of 40 years I ever dnufgiifu counter. lu aiuftuu, cr pawriMj jj i.aikl CouiWa . Bwkki. Mali. aoaerlbMl property, to-- 1 The bo I . uiwitfr my himd a Coji.- ""TTT'Trriiri TtnfW t . jcin.0 ia at your service. atvn flptor with tiM liupovpiMtu Utften DIRECTORY A nd-dltl- , T ri..i " ini. . ' ,3 -1 gRlodt S li 'L f "' ' I ,,,"., I " ."s. " "'"'",',r ,' I ' :,a. "S.lf Si to-w- it: 20. ;?' A !. can-loo- i'r ., r-- ... j"";w'r. hap-recor- t!!ini:ia'anlil!Ilt1 t; I A . " ' ' Be-Itn- e, ,i,' ... ?.,.'' - pn fcl S?.1 j !;ciies and Mens Garments ,.". to-w- lt: 93S GERMINAL REMEDY yy OUR' v.-...- .H "paj-men- FOR ONE MONTH r " ;,a. -- I R OS IT I ON (o-l- iu - t DR. J. H.THORPES cm 1 1 USE LI R-L AX NEW V -- to-wi- t: THE JOY OF J For Lazy Liver and under MOTHERHOOD the Troubles of Constipation. HOME .....,.. v- ", d .. i .. . '" ..0. ' - v Pink-ham- 'if tbeg.VX"? ffi d n WW Every Woman Wanta ftKMPt3iaiiaaEEHi nal ca9 iikiv e 1 1 I 1 Farm Department supply for homo uro Tccd Dry Hoiiglingo KlrstThcn Hllngo fliifilclont Hcforo starting to feed Bllago to ot ovory kind ot seed avail licef cnttlo this winter, a caroful esti- able. After deciding what crops aro mate ot tho totnl amount on hnnd to bo planted noxt yenr, tho farmor uhould bo made, as It la not good will do well to locato and purchaso practice to feed Bllago In such a way scods now, unless ho has them ot hLs Failure to order now .as to exhaust tho supply nnd bo com- own growing. pelled to feed dry roughngo following may result In gottlng only inferior tho sllngo beforo turning to pasture seeds, ns tho denier usually fills early In tho spring. If n Bhortago la an- orders with tho best. ticipated thoro nro two ways to meet tho sltuntlon either feed dry roughDoes The Horse I,lo Down? ages altogether for n tlmo at tho beOne occasionally sees tho statement ginning nnd kcop tho sllngo'untll tho thnt horses seldom, if over, Ho down. hitter part of tho feeding period, or That there aro horses whoso carefeed n smtill nuwunt of sllngo and takers havo novcr seen thorn resting othor roughngo throughout tho win- In thnt wny wo do not question, wo havo heard It from stable ter Sufllclont sllago nnd other rough-ngr- s men who hnvo carciuny observed should be provided so ns to them. Hut no ono who knows anyfeeding tho cnttlo by tho 1st of thing about horses, and who has seen January nt lonst, and to last until tho thorn strcched out nt full length In 1st to tho lGth of April. This later pastures and In stalls, nnd who has dato Is suggested so as to keep tho noticed tho unmfstakoblo ovldcnces animals off the grass In tho spring on tho horses thomsclves In tho mornnnd protect tho pasture as long as ing of having lain down, will credit possible. Ilest results from feeding the assertion. Many a horso Is so bo-.g- in Now York, Dec. 14. November's swing of tho pendulum of history r ;" f from war to peaco, which rovorscd At.r.nitnr.-- .l PEft CENT. the eastward flow ot America's fightI AVctJclablcfrcparationforAs-$a,- - is cJmilntlmVthcIbod ing millions tho greatest translimJthcSlomadisandHmrelsrf oceanic troops movement over known Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Wood, spent brought tho American peoplo faco Sunday with Mrs. Wood's father, Mr. to faco with tho tragedy of the casP. H. Hobortson, ot Kchols. ualty lists. Thereby Promoilng Digestion rhPPrfitfnpnmtRcst.Contou!S Hov. nnd Mrs. II. W. Danks, of NelGonoral Pershing's announcement f. r ft i i son, visited Mrs. Hank's mother, Mrs. that more than 58,000 of tho expedif neither Onlum.Morphine nor aJk.V. a W. D. Darnard, ono day last wcok. Mineral. Not NAkcoth., tionary forces had given their lives In Mr. Hay Hockcr, of Centortown, tho nation's cnuso and that 14,000 jkcfjjtofcidDeSMivammR " spent last Sunday with Mr. Karl Car others, exclusive of prisoners, woro Jhonptmicm jlUSriuia ter. missing, created a profound impresos in MitfSerd of Klmblcy sion, but tho human touch ot almost Mrs. Silas Ilrown, Jmeimat ; Mines, and Mrs. Henry lilshop, of 190,000 wounded, 1G.000 of whom al JlitmrimnttScJ I II 1TV C f libmSnt Kronos, spent a tow days last week ready havo been returned In various i (tmfudStgar )lSibiy7rrafhnr with Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddlo Heflln. stages of helplessness to their natlvo l?;xc Uf?w"v Mr. Hay Klmmol and sisters, Misses shores, promises to glvo tho country A iiMnfnl Remedy for eWS Myrl and Nova, visited their cousin, Its first real appreciation of tho sacri;ni,7i Gcnstipationand Diarrhoea llngo nro obtained when soma dry doubtless too sensible to He down on n Qcorgo Cnscbler, and family, ot fices of its sons who followed tho flag H5?lo ftnu rcvuna"'""" roughage Is fed along with It. Un- rough, filthy, unbedded floor, but glvo Mr. TnccnF Sleep Paradise, from Friday until Sunday. on foreign soli. 0. t legume hays are used n small him a comfortable, less rcsutUnglhcrcfrCTnJnManiy. stall, Tho method of their debarkation amount of cotton seed meal, ono-hnnnd not only will ho Ho down but reg Stomach Trouble. denies to tho wounded facsimile Sijnatureof to one pound, should bo uspd. pay his owner with better service "Heforo I used Chamberlain's Tab- the popular honors paid their comSS-nnd more years of sorvico nnd more lets I doctored a great deal for stom. rades In full health. But tho War SMS years of usefulness bocausc ot tho ! fjrECEjmOTGoHPflO-Protect lloff Otitic In Winter. felt nervous and tired Department, operating along lines Inach troublo. and asec- During tho winter tho beef steers more perfect rest thus obtained. hiezi NEWJVUKivr. all tho time. Thcso tablets helped tended to give tho Ho to tho prover oiMjei. vhnuld be kept In a dry lot nnd promo from the first, and inside of a bial "ingratitude of government," has vided with a windbreak from tho What Destrojed The Sheep Industrj? week's tlmo I had improved In every arranged for medical, recreational north or given free access to an open Review wny," writes Mrs. L. A. Drlnkard, and educational attention, whoso nlm Humane Tho National sheil. In hoiuu sections of tho South says: "Tho dog hnH earned his keep Jefferson Cl.ty, Mo. m Is to restore theso maimed heroes, ns whether conditions alone may Justify In dollars nnd cents, a hundred times mm fully as possible, to physical comport may not over. And yet, ungrateful persons Exact Copy of Wrapper. weather conditions nlfino THCCCNTAUH COMPANY, NIW YOH CfTT. HKAIiTH AUTHORITIES and financial independence. Justify open sheds, but when tho sav- and foolish doctrinaires would like to GIVE PREVENTION RULES Aro Tenderly Cured For. ing of feed and manure and tho pro- destroy tho dog on the pretext ot From tho day of their arrival at tection or pastures from tramping In sheep Industry, when it is the Tho Stato Hoard of health has giv New York or Newport News, tho ports such well known thnt tho sheep Industry en out wet weather uro considered, tho following rules to govern sheds will provu to be profltablo In the United States was destroyed the public as a prevention against ot debarkation, to their into civilian lite, a host of Good Urecding animals may because of international competition, Influenza: Samaritans army Doctors, nurses require even moru protection during by the cheap wool of Australia, where 1. Keep away from crowds of all nnd orderlies and workers of tho Hcvero weather than an open shed labor Is $G a month nnd land Is worth kinds. American Red Cross will minister would provide. $5 an acre and Americans have bet2. Keep out of the sick room and ter paying crops at home. Oh, the away from houses with sickness, un- to these sufferers from a ruthless enNo Money Kggs saved for hatching should folly of it! Tho stupidity of It! The less your services nro needed. Keep emy's engines of war. Harbor hosinAdvanoo not be subjected to high or low tem- hcnrtlessness and Insincerity of It! clean and wear n mask It you do go. pital boats, debarkation hospitals, Satiafac hospital trains and general hospitals peratures. Host results nro usually Thcso silly people will not win In 3. Walk to your place of business (ion Guar for reconstruction of convalescence 'lTaWWBff3HKpfanHal by keeping them In a moder- this bloody crusade. Tho heart and If possible avoid crowded cars. obtained anteed form a chain of service linking the IxiwestNet ately cool placo, about 50 degrees P. morality ot tho world is too big to 4. Cover your cough or sneeze westward-bound fleets ot transports Fa ot 11 Is not advisable to hold hatching sanction n wholesale butchery ot this nnd keep away from people who do Pricoa with tho homes of the wounded. And eggs longer than 10 days or two kind, which Is opposed by truth, com- not. j.at In the service the Medical Debarkamon sense and loyalty." wcekir. A 5. Keep away from dirty eating k f Terms of K tion Corps, suddenly thrust Into the Average wheat prices In tho last and soft drink houses. Saving February, March, and April are tho publicity by tho col foreground of lO0 to ear, ns estimated by the Ilureuu ot host months for hatching. C. Open your windows at night, lapse of Central powers, plays an Im Crop Estimates nnd excluding States adding extra bedding it necessary. From Fac P. A. STARCK portant and picturesque part. Importance of securing the greatest producing less than 1,000,000 bushels lory Direct PRESIDENT 7. Call a physician if you or your Tho end of tho war found tho port manuro rnnged from $1.83 u bushel In Utah family show any signs ot sickness. possible roturn from tho to medical authorities prepared supply can hardly bo overestimated. to J2.CC lu South Carolina. 8. After influenza Jtny In bed unIN YOUR shoulder tho heavy burden laid upon It is infinitely greater when tho protil your doctor advises you to got up. own HOME them. During nineteen months ot ('iiiiMiinptlnii Of Wool Increased. duction of food Is vital to tho Nation. 9. Do not handle anything from a oiiiu vuu il iitniiiiiin I'innn fn tt i u .. ;., "'"1"?. ,s in .ii,ni "?""""upon, jrumhnm. mil we U8K t"'..""a' win piay you An Increase In consumption of ap- the sick room until it has been boil- American participation in 'the conflict """ ."!' ..S' and test S, piano for 30 days. If, at tho end of that time, you do not nnd It use they had maintained an embarkation .,.. i.... the 1,700,000 pounds of ed. . In Now York waterfowl may not proximately ... nlKhest erade. sweetest ton J ami flneat ninnn in nnai-- u h hospital service, treating the comparat perfec liberty to send lttackand we will. In that f e,i2.for the, raoney. you are ways. T. to now be taken with a rlllu in tho forest wool, grease equlvelant. is shown for 10. Have and do llttlo visiting unevent, pay freight both Piano must make good with you. Starck atively rare cases of illness nmong or there is no sale. preserve counties or on Long Island. i thi in (in th ii f OrfiliprJ 1 HI 8.' ivnr pnn. til this epidemic Is over. troops ready to go overseas. When New Jersey has mndo it unlawful to sumption during September; tho Savi $150.00 or Mira Easy Paymiats 11. Cordially cooperate with your We direct to you from Tou pay no cash down, but after SO days hunt from an automobile, or by the Octobor utilization belnp 60,000,000 Health Officer and Physician in pre- American forces entered the trenches prices shin save you upwards ot our factorr. at that $160.00 In ih ' pounds, grcaso yuu am oegin payment on ine lowsmall groups of wounded, evacuated vi equivalent, as against venting tho spread of influenza. aid of lights carried thereon. An net ' cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnklj est, ui. easiest terms ever suggested by a piano you a better piano for the money than you can from hospitals in Franco, began to msnufscturer. These terms are arranged to of tho Virginia Legislature Imposes fiS, 300,000 pounds used during Sept-o- n Ry order of the Board. You are assured of rnvirlnv "cure elsewhere. cult your convenience, and it is possible for filter through the service on this side game wardens tho duty of killing ember. This report is made by tho a tttiifactor? sweet tontd durable high grade you to buy a piano for your home, without G. SOUTH, M. D., JOHN missing the money. of the Altnntlc. With this experience piano. . dogs found destroying shcop. Rhode liureau ot Markets, U. S. Department President larmi accentuated by the lessons of tho al3Yoasi Ciit)rt Island has made a distinct advance In of Agriculture. N. McCORMACK, M. D., J. Hayer-MaiM-a In 2nd Hand largaliis repatriating lied governments Every Starck Piano It Stocks of wool consumed during umo protection by prescribing for s Secretary. Starck an guaranteed for 25 years. We have constantly on band their wounded, tho debarkation sys glv-ththe best and most beautitho first time a bag limit of not more Octobor, in pounds, by classes, as This guarantee has back a large number ot slightly ustd ful Plver Piano oil tk put in readiness for tho re tem was of it our 85 yean of piano and pianos of all 15 game birds In possession. en by tho bureau, were: Grease, 36,-TTou win be market SEN!) THE niLLS TO "HILL, experience, and the repu standard makes taken In exlighted with the many ception of injured men at tho rate ot tation of on Federal migratory bird treaty 165,727; scoured, 10,817,372. change for new Starck Pianos features ot ties responsible piano bouse. to 15,000 a month. and The followwonderful instruments, and This report shows Massachusetts as act regulations pormit the possession New York, Doc. 7. Some '"loyal 10,000 ing are few sample bargains) will be plessed with the 50 Fraa Musi To Handle Cases. migratory birds during tho open being the largest consumer, followed Americans hero nro "wearing troubled Prepare ot very low prices at whictt Weber $110.00 tney can be secured. Lessens . season and tho first 10 days follow- in order by Pennsylvania, New Jersey, looks these days. These aro thoy Steinway ' 92.00 During the war and a five weeks' Chickering Plana lask Frcv To every purchaser of 90.00 ing tho close of the season. Rhode Island, Now York, New Hamp- who invested heavily In German war porlod following tho signing ot the Starck Pianos, we give free Send today for our new Kimball 95.00 shire, Connecticut, Ohio and Maine. bonds. Thoy aro wondering from armistice, mualo lessons, In one of approximately 11,500 beautifully Illustrated piano Starck 195.00 book which gives you the best known schools in Sato Seed Anil Troublo. wounded had been received at Now whom they aro to collect. Chicago. These lessons you large amount of informaSend for our latest complete can take In your own home, If seed grain for sowing noxt tion regarding pi jdos. This York nnd 4,500 at Newport News. Second hand bargain list. by mall. This represents wok wiu interest ana spring has not yet been saved, It year'! free Instruction. And the authorities wcro prepared, on SOLDIERS ARMED. Please you. Write todar. should be done at once, for It is hard A STARCK PIANO CO.. olllclal advico from Washington, to 1818 Starck Bid., CHICAGO to find good seed after most of the For Infants and Children London, Dec, 7. The Berlin gov- handle 5,000 cases In tho next four crop has been hauled to town and ernment has revoked its decision to months. In Use For Over Years sold. A good fanning mill Is n great The nrmy embarkation sorvico nt disarm the troops returning to BerAlways bears help. If your own seed has becomo lin, according to a Central News dis- New York, which sent three-fourth- s the badly mixed, hunt up nt ouco a Signature of ot the nation's 2,000,000 men overpatch from Amsterdam. neighbor who has puro seed. seas, Is expected to debark a majorit All It is best to stick to tho old and Deep-seate- d coughs that resist or ty of tho returning forces, and tho w CLEAR RUN. Howaro of tho varieties. dinary remedies rcqulro both external westward flow of wounded also will man who wants jou to buy n now and Internal troatmont. It you buy be directed hero, with somo diversion tho proud parents of a baby boy, born A flue stripping season is on nnd a dollar bottle of Ballard's variety at an enormouso price. If Hore-houn- d to Nowport News and possibly, later December 7. 'tho crop specialists In jour Stuto or tho farmers nro busy stripping tobacSyrup you got tho two reme on, to Boston. To carry on tho work Mls3 Clara Bills spent Saturday In tho Department of Agriculture co. dies you kneed for tho price of ono. at this port the medical department nnd Sunday in Owcnsboro. Mr. Glenn Stowart hns sold his Thoro"l8 n Herrlck's Rod Pepper Po has a personnel of 7,306 groator havo been recomiuonding varieties Tho High School here will open especially adapted to your conditions, property on Clear Run, to Thomas rous Plaster for tho chest, treo with than tho entire Medical Corps when tho ilrst of tho year. locate some seed. Ask your county Murray. each bottle. Sold by Ohio County tho United States entered the war. Profs. Vass and Uoblnson, teachers agent, or your Stato extension direc Mrs. Ousslo Peach, ot Oregon, Is Drug Co. m On this staff, headed by Col. J. M. of tho school hero, havo returned to tor, or tho United Stutos Department visiting relatives here. Kennedy, votoran of twenty-fiv- e years school at Howling Orcon. Hov, Birch Shields preached at tho of Agriculture ubout tho varieties and ALLEGED PLOTTERS SHOT. of service as an army surgoon,'950 Quito a good (leal'ot moving is goClear Hun Daptlst church Saturday. where to get them. are medical officers, 983 nurses, men ing on here. DICTIONARIES ore in use by busiHo delivered an Interesting sermon, Stockholm, Dec. 7. On tho. pro-te- and women, 5,184 enlisted men and Mr. and M-- s. Eugene Illbbs spent ness men, engineers, bankers, pastor no sure that tho nutlo at tho head nftor which ho was of having discovered a counter- 189 civilian employes. Sunday at Adair Hill. judges, architects, physicians, for tho coming your. of tho flock Is purobrod. revolutionary plot, tho terrorist comThe operating facilities includa farmers, teachers, librarians, clerMr. Ernest Pino has returned homo Mrs. Jesslo Honglnnd has moved mission at Mohiluv sentenced 14 per- oggregnto capacity of 10,900 bods, Purebred poultry moans uniformity gymen, by successful men and Uniformity of pro- into tho house with hor paronts nnd sons to death, according to a Petro-gra- d two base hospitals with 250 beds, a from Undo Sam's service. women the world over. of products. Mr. Spiegal Is hero wiring tho now ducts means increased pruflts, if pro- will stay with thorn until her husband Among those sen- reconstruction hospital at Columblu dispatch. Are You Equipped to Wis? regains his health and returns home. tenced woro Prlnco Eristoff, who was University for cases too sorlous to bo turbine for Williams Mines. ducts uro properly marketed. The New International provides! Mr. and Mrs. Loo Johnson and fam executed with his two sisters, and tho moved to iuterior institutions, five (Jlvon the samo euro nnd food, the means to success. It is on puro bred fowls muku a greater profit ily nro visiting at Mr. Davo Havonor's, Prlnco and Princoss Syiatopolk-Mtrsk- y. harbor hospital teacher, a universal quesboats with 300 beds tion answerer. in tho Burnetts Creek vicinity. than mongrels. each, sovonty-flv- o ambulances with GettheGenuin If you seek efficiency and adMrs. Oscar Wade, of Hartford, is fifty addtlonal hold in reserve by tho vancement why not make daily and Avoid spondlng a tow days with relatives KAISERIN'S MINI) FAILING Look After Tho Seed Supply. Hod Cross, and four hospital trains, use of this vast fuud of InformWast . slWmTLjV BS F1 tfWSBBBl Tho important part tho uso of Im- hero. each accommodating upward of 200 .TaI ation? Mr. Mosby Hoover, of Phllpot, vis400.000 Vocabulary Terms. 2700 Panes. Amstordam, Dec. 14. Tho Kai- patients. proved seeds ot all farm crops has 6000 Illustrations. Colored l'latea. played on the quality and yield has ited his father, Mr. Clifton Hoover, ser has suffered a sorlous mental 30,000 Subjects. 12,000 nomv Ulographlcol In tries. broak-dow- u according to a dispatch MrllKXUV. fully established by numerous Sunday. been Every Cake Regular and Edition. mm from Amorongen, where tho former .experiments and demonstrations lu Wrlteforspeo-ime- u Lfocont years. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud Mycre have Imperial couplo nro Interned. CERALVO. In many instances tho pugfiti, ii lustrations, takon possession of tho Hotel, which Increases due to tho uso of good seed cto. Free, a was formorly managed hy Mrs. Kddlo C, Junior, tho llttlo son ot JOHN WHITE &C0. Ilorlln, Dec. 14. "Dr. Karl set of Pocket havo boen vory striking, Thoro will, MBsW Maps it you I says tho Slclnllst organ, Mr. and Mrs. Kddlo Hollln, died Nov. no doubt, bo a scarcity of hlgh-grad- o mXluFZMtk- LOUISVILLE, KV. numo this paper, Mr. Chester Faught has ihmvoiI In Established la 1S37 Is suffering from the samo tmjmSiSMSi seeds of several staplo crops next sea- - 30 of pneumonia following Influenza, G.&C. Mf .&lr???Z2l!a to tho proporty occupied hv Mr J P Liberal assortment son For this reason It Is worth nnd was burled hero the following moral Insanity as the MERRIAM and lull value paid Wi&'i,fk f whllo to call tho attention of ocry day, after services conducted at tho (Nothing ho says should bo taken McKInney. Mr. and Mrs. McKlnnoy CO- I seriously until hU mental status has have taken rooms nt tho Ilofd fanner to tho necessity of so- - Jiome, by Itev. It. W. Danks. WJ Sfrfpjfljld, Uia. Mr. Rob Uonnett aud Mr. Dan boen medically examined." Mr and Mrs. Churlio Itoj nolds aro storing a V " -- Ll r,niliirsi zzzzxzzzcx: lectins and properly Iiii ? ti'rVM1 Cnsoblcr, ot Paradise, woro In our midst recently. Miss Mnrguarctto Drown, of spent Thursday with Miss Myrl Klmmol. Mr. J. II. Ward, who has been living near hero, has moved to Central City. Mrs. Mnttyo Wood visited hor aunt, Miss Manda Wado, ot Centcrtown, ono day last wcok. Mr. Orvlllo and Edward Cascbior, of Paradise, visited their cousin, Mr. L. A. Klmmol, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Old Heflln, of Providence, and Mr. Hubert Bishop and slater, Nolllo, of Kronos, attended tho burial ot llttlo Junior Heflln last Sun-dnCcn-tortow- n, y. P AGE SHOWS WAR'S TRAGEDY Reversed Flow Of Soldiers Now Brings Maimed To View. jpNct Contents 15Pluid Praetor j GASTORIA ' itefil bvKc-JllL- UsWQ ,V, fi . r'i"rVr ' .3 For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria fcSSSSBffiPS Always Bears tho Signature of mm -m- !?a liaS-fla- l r it' well-bedd- hi 0 S8 lf home-comin- m 5' For Over Thirty Years 'RPrrSvUuSljyi CASTORIA Starck Pianos oy Easi S200 I' wr """Y .'... .k... '. Qfl IMVQ' CDCC TDIAI .t "" fSTTiT-ci- "111. 1 Player-Piano- nn ho second-han- Player-Piano- CASTOR l A 30 i FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Reublida'h. Webster's New International xt fcssan :MEco J.Snr" r2Bk7 VAVVI Bsr719. B9Ell7zl Ccoiir-JPhlc- India-Pap- Llob-kucch- t," Vor-wnor- ts, - ' 'rb immrmw'' M SHERIFF'S SALES Tor State, County, School, Dor nml State onl Tax for 1018. Notice Is hereby given that I, or ono of my deputies, will on Monday, January 0, 1019, between the hours of 10 o'clock n. in., and 2 o'clock p. in., at tho Codrt House door In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, expose to public sale for cash In hand, tho lollowlng described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay State, county, school, dog and State rond tax duo thereon and unpaid, and tho Interest, penalty and uvsts thereon: S.0S G.SG .Mrs. Delia Moseley, 12G a. . . H. A. Schroador, 30 a B. O. Shroator, town lot .7. D. Wilson. 25 a No. 2 West Hartford. "Daniel King, town lot Mosely, town Mrs. Jennie lot Wilson 40 n., balance . . J. Iledn. Xo. J. Y. Hoover, 123 a C. V, Hoover, 90 a G. E, Smith, 75 n A. S. Smith, 45 n M. F, Tlchenor, 5G a Xo. I Kiisl llnrftoril. $ A. V. Austin, HO a W. K. Cooper, 25 a Mont Gaddls, 50 a A. L. Gaddls, 25 a G.46 .... 4.62 12.75 13.53 " 92 5.34 6.77 4.S2 .... 7.62 35.31 11.42 21.08 10.01 31.34 S.64 Xo. I Sulphur Spring'. $ Henry Ashby, GO a Mary B. Bratchor, Gl a John F. Doffron, 24 a James Fitzhugh, 130 J. Harris, 52 a Jesse King, 50 a W. R. Maiden, 60 a A. Mary K. Nix, 40 a Harret D. Peach, 5 a R. L. Toms, 41 a Jas. H. Wright, 124 a Win. L. Wright, 50 a a 4.35 IS. 50 25.10 G.80 9.25 7.52 4.64 1.41 7.01 13.56 8.13 Xo. ,"i Mngnn. S.97 Cicero Wade, 100 a 7.01 C. B. Baughn, 75 a 2.12 F. M. Wedding. 12 a 1.77 Kate Midkiff, town lot Clayton Wallace, 68 a. No. 30 5.86 Oliver Midkiff, 3 a 5.34 Precinct Xo. Cromwell. 2.S4 Dennis Walker, town lot 2.41 ? Lizzie C. Austin, 35 a 8. SI Elner Wilson 60 a. G. A. Clemments, .Von Resident.' Xo. :tfl ..11.95 (credt.) $3.12 60 a. Mrs. Sallio Ambrose, 7.75 w H. Johnson, l a. $ 2.68 , 23 Precinct 5.46 Edna Maples, 50 a. . Marvin Black, 100 a. No. 1 7.62 a. S. W. Pool, 10 21.13 Precinct 5.38 J. W. Phelps, town lot 7.S2 J. W. Farmer, 51a. . .' 8.94 Miss Mary Rannoy, 100 a. 3.S2 E. S. Foreman. 51 a Xo. 7 Cool Springs. Mrs. S. F. Goodman. 68 a. . . 12.1S 12.84 G. H. Raymor, 90 a 19.97 It. F. Gray. 13 a 21.50 R. W. Taylor, 119 a Jno. Hudson heirs, 53 a. No. It. H. Taylor, agt. S. I. 100 5.47 25 Precinct 8.83 a 3.79 John Owen Hocker, town lot. 14.50 R. T. Taylor, 100 a 15.00 U. Karnes, G9 a 5.89 II. W. Taylor, 26 a 4.35 J. L. Lashhrooks, town lot . . Xo. 8 Xorlli Itockport. 3.2S J. P. Miller, 5 a 9.7'j 5 "Floyd Baker, 3G a Finis Moore, 52 a. No. 23 S.07 Gerry Barnes, town lot 3.79 Precinct two town C. V. Crabtrec, Mrs. Eliza Mosely, 50 a. No. 12.73 lots 7.94 29 Precinct 3.55 Andy Devine, town lot 5.47 C. W. Newton. G2 a. . by Agnes Mrs. Bell Hugh, 6.59 A. Powell. 1,8 a 3.SS Sneddon 2.68 J. E. Rickett, 53 a 2.44 Mrs. Nannie Heck 7.71 Verna Sharp, town lot 4.79 J. R. Hlnes, town lot 13.30 M. F. Sharp. 100 a . 18.15 S. I. Landrun, 74 a Mrs. Cyntha Shull, town 6.84 W. H. Nenibo, 3 a 2.38 lot .". 6.22 F. M. Whalen, town lot 4.36 Andrew Thorp, town lot . 4.84 Margaret Williams town lot. Aren Wells', 103 a. No. 23 3.82 Resale Williams, town lot 12.50 Precinct 28.26 J. T. Wilson, 130 a Steve Woodward, 69 a. No. 25 Xo. 1) South Rockport. 6.60 Precinct 7.86 W. V. Graves, 100 a Dolley Wedding, 20 a 3.23 2.68 Mabel Herald, 7 a 2.12 Mrs. Efllo Wilson, 25 a 5.79 Mre. II. P. Her, town lot E. F. Sinifb. 157 a. No. 29 Mrs. Sallio Jackson, 165 a. . . 30.03 19. OS Precinct 4.78 Reubou Scott, 33 a Steve and Jay Westerfield, G5 7. SI S. II. Smith, 80 a 11.91 a. No. 6 . 7.09 ' L.L. Vonts, V-- a Xo. ar No. H7 Colored. G.75 OUio Atherton, 60 a Xo. lO Select. H. M. Acton, 1 a 10.36 $ 12.07 A. II. Easten, 50 a 9.11 J. B. Albin 90 a 5.29 Louie Barrett, town lot 5.29 J. M. Hoover, 120 and 120 Albin, 8 a Thomas A. 2.12 Mrs. Bethel Chinn, Vs a . 4.78 W. 1. Baize, 5 a a 33.22 Kugeue Chinn, a 2.G3 S.09 C. M. Hoover, 45 a 7.30 Paul Carter, town lot A. F. Butler, 80 a 3.94 . 10.09 James Roy Hatfield, 70 a. . . "M. J. Emhry, 93 a 15.53 Lula Drane. 2.12 5.89 J. C. Kirk, G6 a S.82 Willie Klpcr, 40 a 7.S5 Gus Ford, 37 a j 7.48 II. C. Simmons, 100 a V. L. Kipor, 26 a 9.25 E. S. Foroman, 50 a 3.23 6.12 T. S. Sumner, 40 a 7.01 Kstll K?own, 13 a 5.58 0. W. Gibson, town lot 5.56 Zella WestorfiPld, 50 a 4.36 Kfflo Hizer. 1 a Hstil L. Morris, 21a 2.G8 5.34 Richard WatMin, 76 a 7.71 N. B. Wilson. 23 a 4.09 da Ilawkius. town lot lli'.'mc-li- . (Yralvo. 11 a Xo. Xo. Hoio G.SG Vig Hocker. 1 Ms a $ Maggie llnlzo. 40 a S.13 $ Burt It. Barnard, 24 a 1.85 Jennie Nail, town lot ' 6.41 Marvin Durham. 3G a 5. 89 W. H. Duvall, 43 a William Parks, 4 a 5.32 1. II Juo. Durham, 24 a Magglo Ferguson, town lot . . 5.S4 12.89 Frank Render, SO a 2.79 Mrs. II. It. Williams, 102 a. . . Asa Uuycratt, 15 a 7.71 Mr.s. J. A. Shultz. 9 a 3.23 2.6S1 Xo. a7 Pt. Pleasant. Alice Wilkersou, 55 a I.tzzio Tuncil, town lot 2.12 2.9G Ernest Kirtloy, 10 a Usllu Worley, 11 a 7.31 Calvin Taylor. 4 a 1.8G Ittislnc. Xo. 12 34.35 Anderson Thomas, town lot . W. M. Kirtloy, 105 a 7.56 . 7.52 Xo. a8 N'nrrows. it. G. Awtry. 50 a Gaylou Taylor, town lot 12.30 .' . 4.35 Charley ContTor, 8 a Agnea A. Brown, 65 a 7.57 S. A. BUATC1IER. 3.90 C. F. Pullian, 4 u L C. Craig, 20 a 10.7G SherllT, Ohio County. 5.34 C. W. Sharp, 2 a. and town J. A. Collard, UL a 5.89' 3.23 Do you get up lot J. A. Campbell, 6 u at night? SanoP is 8.83 surely Cullnrd and Muthbws, town Kstll Willis, town lot the best for nil kidney or blad5.97 lot Ralph. Xo. a der troubles. Sauol gives relief In 5.61 Mrs. Ida Kelly, 04 u Jan II. Goodman, !)5 a 13.30 24 hours form all hacknebe and blad19.58 Rachel Midkiff, 16 u Joe Ilatler. SG a 1.44 der troubles. Sunol is u guaranteed Hurt heirs by .1. CI. Gray, 70 Mrs. Nancy Russell 80 a 7.10 remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at 3.52 R. A. Wedding, 57 a y acres 46-11.16 tho druc storo. 9.29 Xo. ill) Melvln Koislngur, 12 a. . .. ROS1NE. 4.78 Ella Stovens, 65 a G.69 T. L. LuiiRford, 25 a Mr. Alonzo James, of Butler Coun4.35 O. E. Scott, 230 a Lewis heirs, town lot U7.42 ty, has bought Mr. J. R. Albln's prop 5.12 Barney Moore, 40 a Xo. ill Herbert. 5.30 J. H. Blokot. 83 a Mrs M. A. Otto, 8 a 7.47 erty, and will movo hero the llrut of Ague Itoddish, 50 a 352 Henry Hosklns, 46 a G.94 tho year. Mrs. Ernest Busham, who has been 10.29 Mrs. Louisa Payne, 75 a Robert Robinson, 42 a. , . , 2.12 HI for soino time, Is seriously worse. V. H. Stewart heirs, 125 a. . 7.44 Jas. II. Worth, 75 u 10.41 Miss Ircno Taylor, ot Central City, 4.67 Imho Schroador, 8 a Xo. ,'ia Arnold. G.9C Yitulu Arnold, 4 a A. F. Stewart, 18 a 3.88 ahd Miss, Martha Taylor, of Cromwoll, Mm. Rosa Scluoadcf, GO a. . 7.99 L. W. Allen. 50 a 9,54 wore, guests ot Miss Loretta Crowdor '. 8.69 W. II. Byors, 30 a Truman Taylor, 40 a G.00 Sunday, Mr.s. Emma Cox Is on the sick list. 5.17 P. C. Beasley, 05 a. Albort Wright, 5 a 7.52 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stevens, of 9.49 Ellis Coy, 20 u Juatleo Wilson, 00 a 7.01 G. T Wright. 50 a 12.36 Lavionce Coy, 80 a 9.50 Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. Benuio L T Wright. 200 a 33.24 L. II. Carter, 60 a 797 Bo3well, spont Sunday at Mr. F. M. vJo, 4. 62 N. L. Embry, 80 a Watson, 8 a 11.87 Crowdor's. ........ ...... .... .... .... ... .... Knst Heaver Dam. G.59 W. II, Marrlatt ot nl 50 Mrs. Annlo Arbucklo, town lot "" ' 17.08 Ca8sandor Allen, 21 a ' J. P. McCoy, 112 a S&.74 7.01 I. K. Miller, 40 a 5.91 Anna Robinson, West Henvor Dam. Xo. 11 h.Oli Ilnnrv Ilnldon. town lot. ... $ 5.34 Emhry, 30 n I Newton I 4.83 Mrs. Mnry Hunley, town lot. 7.01 Ed F. Kelley, town lot 7.57 Mnllon McDowell, McHcnry. Xo. lf 5.10 $ Frank Crane, town lot 11.50 J. W. Geary, 81a aclms. George Growbarger, G.46 town lot . ..." 5.89 J.C. Hocker, town lot 5.34 J. R. Likens, town lot 2,12 Mrs. Mary Likens, 18 a 5.12 R. Likens, In J. Xo. 1(1 Centertown. 5.9 1 $ M. L. Ashby, 47 a 5.71 W. B. Chapman, ! 5.09 Ollce Everly, town lot 5.06 Herman Hosklns, 22.54 L. M. Hatcher, 109 a 4.99 J. M. Iglchurt, town lot 7.01 11. W. Oglesby, 24 n 19.72 E. M. Rowe, 155 a. . Xo. 17 Snmll House. 14.06 A. J. Addington. 70 a 29.91 H. P. Addington, 90 a 5.11 W. G. Ellison, 25 a 11.14 E. C. Jackson, 85 a 6.44 Mrs. M. E. Jackson, 32 a. 2S.74 Vlg Morton, 75 a. 27.47 C. E. Wolcott, 150 a 1.35 Viola Whlttaker, town lot . . 4.33 N. L. Wlthrow, 30 n Xo. 18 Kordsvlllc. S.G9 $ Payton Basham, 80 a 5.71 Ernest Uogard, 40 a 3.S5 Mrs. Pearl Huff, town lot . . 9.30 D. M. Matthews, town lot. . . 15. 2S Estll Murlow, 75 a 6.9G Walter Marlow, 75 a 8.29 Grant Rusher, 3G a 5.79 Mrs. N. B. Smith, 85 a Xo. JJ East Kurds llle. 3.07 Mary L. Newton, 50 a. .' . . .$ 6.80 J. F. Overton, 35 a 5.95 S. W. Overton, 35 a A. M. Peckenpaugh, 96 a. . . 27.02 Xo. a) Aetna tile. 15.80 N. W. Baize, 57 and 45 a. . . 5.47 Mrs. M. A. Kirk, 68 a 12.87 Ira Norris, 84 a 9.80 W. A. Probus, 37 a 5.49 Saltsman Billy, town lot 2.96 Mrs. Celie Thorton, town lot. v Xo. ai Shrew. ' 9.20 B. F. Huff. 100 a 2.12 Mrs. Eliza Obenchaln, Ohio Co. Telephono Co. Pat D. 2.40 2a 13.65 C. W. Sharp, 46 a 3.21 Mrs. J. N. Sapp, a. Xo. aa ointon. IS. 88 C. E. Daniel, 200 a 19.46 James Hoover, 165 a 6.25 L. J. Wilson, town lot S.G4. E. E. Wilson. 45 a Xo. a:s itufoiii. 4.91 5 Dollie Bell. 130 a 4.G4 Vasco C. Balrd, 22 a 7.71 Warden heirs, 125 a 9.39 Rhoda Jackson, 50 u 24.48 Isabell Morgan, 130 u 29.32 Clarence IUddle, 92 a Xo. at limtlett. 3.35 Mrs. Ida Boles, GO a II. II. Chapman, 90 and 53 '. 10.31 a M. G. Funk, 50 a 11,46 17.7Q R. E. Fuqua. 185 a 3.96 Mrs. T. A. Gray, 100 a 8.70 Zack King, 64 a 3.79 Mrs. Clara A. Wade, 75 a. . . 8.41 D. W. Westorlield, 92 a. . . C. D. Wcsterlield, 40 and 150 ' a. 34.05 Xo.lil ,, a... In BUI Evans, 10 a. . . . Goorgo Frame, 124 a II. B. Grocn, 33 a S. J. H. Keown, 123 n V. L. Swift, 37 a. R. L. Smith, 6 a. . Thomas Smith, 60 a No. Kit Render. 2.07 8.92 6.51 7.09 6.01 4.95 4.67 9.67 9.25 10.3G 7.01 MIXISTKIUAIi (SHEETINGS. To tho Neighbors nnd Frlonds and all others greeting: You with the rest of us nro otlll enduring tho prioccasioned vations of being shut-inby tho protracted flu epidemic from which more thnn 350,000 ot our countrymen and no mo 20,000 of our soldiers havo died in tho Inst few months. You with nil others nre desirous that the best thing be done nnd wo nro chcorfully with to tho end the constituted-authoritiethat tho plague may bo put down and the lives of our loved ones and frlonds lie spared. You are well awnro that religion doos not consist In tho observance of rites and ceremonies, but Is tho attitude of the heart toward God and that moro than anything else there Is needed among us thoso who will carefully exnin,lno thoinselves anil order aright their conduct toward their follows. So In theso times when our houses of wnr ship must remain closed nnd wo are being denied the peaceful nnd important prlvllego of nssenillng ourselves for tho purposo of ruvcrcnt worship nnd meditation on things dlvlno, lets not waste the time In Idle speculation over things that nro not eternal, but In the home and on tliu streets and elsewhere lets talk of Gud nnd Ills goodness, of the mighty sacrillco which Jesus made for us and lets show our appreciation of it all by living soberly, rlteously and godly In this present world, looking forward our to the glorious appearing of Lord when ho shall return to. make up his Jewels from among thosu who havo been found fi.ilhful. T.ie Advent season is fast approaching and we earnestly admonish everyone of you to let your conduct be becoming Whose you nre and disciles of Him. whom you serve. And may all of the of this good cheer and happiness Greatest Fact in Human History be yours. Remember tho destituto nnd distressed and send Christlike help to 11 within your reach. With all hearty goodwill I am Yours truly and Fraternally, A. D. LITCHFIELD, Minister. P. S. Did you forget your Thank Offering? If so please look It up. s, s Christmas Gifts Now Ready. A wealth of useful and appropriate gift things has been assembled for you. A gift from this exclusive shop for women, men and children not only la J. C. Carpenter, 18 a J. R. Carman, 25 a Arthur Faught, 30 a Mrs. Jno. Schneawdwse, town lot No. $ Ed Klrtly 75 n Mrs. Allco Smith, 2d W. II. Stowart, 35 a Additional. Mrs. Llzzlo Amos, 40 a. No. 6 5 Precinct L. E. Arbuckle, 50 a V. C. Ashby, 81 & a A. F. Bellamy, 53 a. J. H. Babbit, 80 a 51 a. No. 13 C. G. Baxter, :tl Simmons. .... 18.19 3.23 6.12 5.46 17.08 19.14 3I.S8 7.71 18.19 reflects the good taste of the giver, it insures the full appreciation of the recipient. Below we mention articles suitable : Precinct J. A. Clark, 15 a. No. 23 5.S9 1.26 la .... Harry Depp, town lot Mrs. Emma Evans, 10 a. No. 20 Precinct Elton Evans, 50 a J. W. Holder, town lot W. I). Hardin, US a Claud Kitchens, 40 a. No. 7 ....Precinct 2.23 7.91 For Ladies: Kid Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Camisoles, Towels, Waists, silk Hose, Hand Bags, Cloaks and Umbrellas. MufTs, Collars, 9.35 24.43 4. SI 4.55 G.74 Al Precinct Irvln Morris, town lot Body Mitchell. .40 a Cal Murphy, 100 a Mary E. MIze, 64 a Boss Mortin. 02 Vi a W. M. Phlpps. 46 a F. L. Royal. 94 a L. W. Reynolds, 51a . Lon T. Smith, town lot John Short, (col) 4 a O. L. Turner, 40 a. No. 23 13. 76 ... 7.71 20.38 6.46 6.46 6.92 2.12 S.13 S.27 For Men: Silk sox, Gloves, Ties, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Precinct J. C. Westcrfk'ld, 120 a. No 23 Suitcases, Handbags, Shoes, Overcoats, and lots of items suitable for boys and girls.' Visit our Store for your needs. Respectfully yours, Precinct Mrs. Martha Wcsterlield, a 27,0 1S.76 2S.95 m PUBLIC SALE. will offer for sale, at action, at in.! residence two miles west of Hartford, on the Llverniore road. December 31, 191S, the following described I Carson 44 (BJl Co. r v .... HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. BUYING' WAR SAVINGS STAMPS HELPS YOU AND UNCLE SAM. 2a... property: Two work mules, six work horses and ono young horse. Also 37 head of cattle. Eight Hereford cows and two bull calves, six months old. cows and bulls eligible to registration, one four year old registered bull, and the remainder stock cattle. I will also offer some full blooded Duroc hogs and a number of stock hogs. Also general farming Implements, Including mowers, rakes, plows, harrows, drills etc. I will also sell a quantity ot household and kitchen furnlttire. Terms made known on day of sale. The Ladles Aid, of Wesley's Chapel. Nocreek, will serve lunch at the noon hour on day of sale. M. B. BAItNARD. .... jFarm Wagons l , Different sizes and kinds. reasonable prices. We have them at Rubber Roofing' Big stock. Different grades in 1, Plys. The kind that lasts. 2 .... Hartford, m m Ky. and 3 T.U'KV. Stripping tobacco is all tho go. Most evoryono are trying to get off a load before tho holidays. Mrs. Alva Kirk arrived here Sunday from Alabama where she has He has been been with her husband. moved to Camp Taylor and expects a dlroharge In a few days. Privato William Clyde Funk is at home. lie received his discharge last week. Wo are glad to seo tho boys at homo again. Schools are on the drag slnco they wero dismissed. Miss May Smith ami brother, Ellis, of Hartford, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk. Mr. and Mrs. Ronda Lake aro rejoicing over a fine baby girl. Uncle Samuel Trogden is very low. IIo was ono of the old soldiers of '61 nnd wo hopo ho will live to fceo the return of nil tho young Sammies. p Red Cedar Shingles Two grades. i Standard quality. Hi-flin- Cook Stoves RANGES, HEATING STOVES. Fully .... ' J la Large Rug's 9x12. TllPO Pretty Patterns. - Bier .... .iv TJnpUnn- P.lifiii'a u.ttiig xyuitiitj. assortment nf J T Shot Guns and Rifles Write for prices. We pay the freight. "It doesn't seem right," said tho man with worn-ou- t shoes. to .... "What doesn't seem right?" "That a mere cow can afford wear all that leather." m FordSYille Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON', .MiimiKor. .MASTER f'OMMISSIO.VKIt'K SALE. EORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. south corner ot school lot, In Z. Har-rel- 's lino; thenco S. 17 K. 12 poles to a stuko near a black gum and maple, cor-no- r; 'A. Harrel's and Conl company's thence N. 32 U K. 40V4 poles to a stnno near a red oak, J. T. Carter'H 44 poles and corner; thenco N. 47 17 links to n stake, being Carter's corner, thence S. 43 Va W. 23 poles to a stake In corner of school lot; thenco wllli lino of school lot. S. 45 E. 30 milu ntifl 1 lltikn in tin lippfiiiitnir. Containing 7.95 acres. Tract No. 2. Uegliiiilng ut a corner near school house at S. W. cornor of tract; thenco N. 83 K. 34 poles and 1.1 links to a. cornor near well; thence NCI 'is H. 13 poles and G links to tho corner near school building; thonco N. 4Ci W. 50 pole3 and 13 - yr ... ...'... Ohio Circuit Court. Alice Woodburn, ot nl.. Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice of sale. Arthur Her, et nl., Defendants, Ily vlrturo of u judgment nnd order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its Sept. term, 1918, in tho nbovo styled action, for tho purposo ot a sale and distribution of tho proceeds among tho Joint owners of tho land herein described, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest und best bidder at tho Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, January 6th, 191'J, on a credit of six and twelvo months, at about tho hour ot ono o'clock P. M., the following described property, Cert u I n tracts ot land situated In Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Truct No. 1. beginning at an ash, to-wi- t: links to a cornor in lano to "Huytl;" thenco S. 52 W. 23 poles and 5 links to cornor Jn said lano; thonco S. 14 K. 7 polos nnd 4 links to tho Maudy Martin line; thenco N. 80j 10. 4 poles and 3 links to Mandv Mar. tin's coiner; thonco S. 9 K. 24 poles nnd 21) links to beginning, 8 acres, moro or less. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond immediately after s.ilo with approved scuritv. A. llin also bo rotalned on said land as additional security, alven under my hand this tho 19th day of December, 1918, OTTO C. MAKTIN, 2r't3 Master Commissioner. A John U. Wilson, Attorney. con-tuinl- '; JWwrwvwfwiHfja ! : vi w . . r&