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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 26 ALLIES ARE ALL IN LINE ON TERMS HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1918. SHALL WE CHERISH HATE? With tho war over, and tho Huns at our feet, shall wo cherish a perpetual hatred against them for their crimes against tho human raco? Note, wo ray 'Shall wo?' Wo aro not undertaking to direct, or even ndvlso n course of action. From our viowpolnt tho Hun's crimes havo not been paralleled slnco Attilla lead hU barbarion hordes to tho gates of Rome.. Wo havo punished Germany's crimes against mankind by tho killing and wounding of millions of her citizens. Wo havo humiliated her prido by driving her rulers into exile, by the disarming of her solders, by tho surronder of her navy, by policing her cities, and now shall exact to tho last farthing of her power to pay, a fine, tho mngnitudo of which was never Imposed upon crime before Tho Oorman nation ha3 sounded tho last bugle blast of military domination. Tho Instrument is broken, the bugler kneels, helpless, If not pcnfltent, at tho feet of his master, and now wcro it better to callous his heart with withering hate or after exacting his limit of sncrlfico to atone for his wrong, tell him "To go his way and sin no moro?" Again let us say wo aro not counseling a course of action; only asking tho question, shall wo cherish bate? each, valises, traveling bags, suit cases, hat boxes nnd fitted toilet REVENUE RECORD cases on tho amount over $25 each; shoplng and purses, pocket-book- s, OVER handbags on tho amount over $7.50 BILL ench; portable lighting fixtures, Including lamps of all kinds and lamp shades, on tho amount ovor $25 each; and sunshades, on Tax Levy To Raise $6,000,- - umbrellas parasols $4 each; fans ovor tho nmount ovor 000,000 Is Passed By $1 each; houso or smoking Jackets nnd bath or lounging robes over $7.-5- 0 Senate. each; men's waistcoats, sold separately from suits, on tho amount each; women's and misses' ovor HAS 13 HOUR SESSION hats, $5 bonnets and hoods, over $15 each; men's and boys' hats ovor $5 each; men's and boy's cap3 over $2 Of each; men's and women's and missEstimated Reduction es' nnd boys' boots, shoes, pumps, Near $2,200,000,000 slippers, over $10 per pair; men's and neckwear Is Made. nnd boys neckties over $2; men's and boys' silk stockings or hoso over $1; women's and Doc. 23. Without misses' silk stockings over $2; men's Washington, women's, missa record vote, tho Sonato late to- shirts over $3; men's, gowns passed the war rovenuo bill, re- es' and boys' pajamas, night night and underwear over $5 each; kimoduced to ralso about $6,000,000,000 over $15 Jn 1919, and '$4,000,000,000 In 1920, nos, petticoats, waists each. levy of as compared with tho During the debate on tho luxury for next year proposed by tho House threo schedulo, Senator Johnson of CaliIn tho bill passed fornia, took occasion to recall to tho months ago. ' voto was taken at Senators tho fact that in August of When tho final revenue bill of 10:45 o'clock, tho Senate had been last year, while tho session for nearly thir- 1917 was pending, a group of sevIn continuous Republicans teen hours. Immediately after tho enteen senators, nlno vigorpassngo of tho bill tho Sonato began nnd eight Democrats, mado a tho plan ous fight for a tax of 80 per cent on Us holiday vacation under recesses until January all war profits. Ho said that those for three-da- y supported this amendment 2. Absenco of a quorum In tho who bad House, however, had prevented that had bcon donounced as enebody from putting a similar program and had been characterized as mies of the business interests of tho Into effect. pnssed with- country, and yet, at tho suggestion of Tho Senato out a roll call tho largest rovenuo tho Presidont nnd of Secretary tho present bill was mado to bllHn history. It Is designed to raise for contain a provision for an 80 por approximately f G.000,000,000 cent tax. paying tho government's war "How naively tho secretary of tho In wcro hoard In treasury says In Juno, 1918, that Only a few voices V Great Britain there Is a tax of SO per tho negative when the voto was tak- cent on war profits." Senator John- en. Among theso was Senator La json exclaimed. "How feeble wcro Follctto, of Wisconsin, who had pre- jour voices In August, 1917, when for viously boon defeated on a motion threo months wo were shouting that for tho adoption of a substitute bill fact, not only in tho Sonnto but reported by him. Tho voto on tho and whenever wo could obl,a Follctto substitute was 45 to G. who.rever tain an nudienco to listen." Thoso voting with La Follctto wcro I Senator Johnson said that $2,000,-- 1 Senators Borah, Gronna, Norrls, Nu- 000,000 of war profits had been por- -' gent and Vardaman. mlttcd to go into tho coffers of those Senator La Follotto claimed that who coined profits from tho "war and $3,200,-00- 0 his bill would raise a total of loss will havo to bo mado up In on war excoss profits, which Is this tho future by taxes on normal busl-- l $800,000,000 more than Is estimated ncss. ;to be raised under tho bill passed. v Senntor Pomcreno, of Ohio, asksaxokkui: r.ALi'ir. ed for a separate vote on tho amendment changing tho postal zono rates. Mr. Pearl Sandefur, of Nocreok Tho change wus sustained by a vote Ilalph, of near nnd Miss Leathel of 41 to 22. among the amendments was town, went to Owensboro, "Monday Chief and surprised all their friends and the tho restoration to tho bill of tho most of their relatives by getting marof "luxury taxes" which was schedulo groom Is a son of Mr. and put In by tho House and stricken out ried. Tho This sec- Mrs. John W. Snndofur, of Nocreck, by tho Sonato committee. n graduate of tho local High School tion was put back Into tho bill by land vory popular with all who knew voto of 38 to 32. Tho tax on tho him best. For a number of years ho articles iucluded In tho list was re- 'was an employe of this office. Tho duced, however, from 20 per cent to bride is n daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs 10 per cent. 'James T. Ralph who reside nbout two Another amendment, by Senator miles from town on tho Llvermore Thomas, of Colorado, lovles a tax of Sho attended High School contri- road. 100 por cent on all campaign Is likewise popular with her In excess of $500. This was horo nnd butions acquaintances, which aro many. adopted by tho voto of 34 to 28. it is our slncorcst wish that the Dy tho voto of 42 to 18 an amond- Sheppard, of sea of wedded life upon which this mont offered by Senator happy young couple havo embarked Texas, to include tho District of Cocatogory of statos and bo not darkened by a slnglo cloud, or lumbia In tho 'ruffled by billows of any sort, and territories afTected by tho lleed Uhat tho end of tho Journey bo as "bone-dry- " law was adopted. This 'pleasant as the beginning. amendment will nuiko tho city of and will stop Washington "bono-dry- " CAN YOU HEAT IT? tho trnlllc in "bootlogglng," which boon keoplng tho pollco authorihas Twenty cents a plant for tobacco ties of tho city busy over since tho Is tho record mado by Mr. Schuyler district was mude "dry." An old Sulphur Springs. An nmondment by Sonator Tram-mol- l, Acton, of of Florida, grants a month's gar don plot of Mr. Acton's had been extra pay to till oillcera and enlisted running heavily to morning glories, out tako mon who wore in sorvlco at tho time nnd in order tosp"bt, the "glory" bur-lo- y ho sot 500 wus signed, tho monoy of his garden tho armlstlco tobacco plants, Mr. Acton reto bo paid to thorn at tho time of Sonator Tratumell cently sold tho product of tho 500 discharge. their u 6ald tho purpose of tho nnioudmont plants for $100.10, or fraction moro was to enable tho men to "find them-solv- than 20 cents a plant. He sold tho in prodtablo occupations nftor tobacco for $35.00 por hundred. thoy leavo tho service." A BATTLE FIELD TKOPIIV. Tho luxury tax which tho Senate ' wrote into tho bill is oxpectod to proMr. Owen Hunter has on exhibiduce $95,000,000 in rovenuo. After tho schedulo had boon adopted, Sen-ut- tion, at tho Rank of Hartford, a GerMcCumbor offerod an amend- man holmot, picked up on tho Metz ment which was ndopted by tho voto bnttlo Hold by Lieut. J. W. Marks. It of 35 to 17, to exempt from tho list Is a heavy metal covering for tho Iioad, and is intended for protection tho following articles: 1 lion's and boya' suits and ovor-odt- s, of tho soldier's head from gun shot womon'a and misses' suits, and sword attacks. It has a fiber cushion that fits around tho head for cloaks and drosses. Tho other articles on which tho tho purposo of relieving metalic frictax of ten per cent applies are as fol- tion with tho head and also to act as an clastic protection ngalust tho forco lows: Carpets and rugs, on tho amount of tho assaulting Instrument. The In oxcess of $5 per squnro yard, pic- helmet was tho property of a Gorman ture frumeB on the amount of $10 private, who, no doubt, mot death on each, trunks on tho amouut over $50 tho Mctz battle grouud. PUT altcrnntlvo will bo open to Germany but to nccept whatovor terms aro offered by tho Allies. However it is to be expected that tho Gorman commissioners will haggle, hesitate and nttempt to modcrato tho torms, but tho Allies' terms will bn tho last word In tho pcaco settlement. It Is not thought probable tho Allies' peaco terms will bo ready for submission before early in March. No othor Wilson Tells Soldiers Allies Are Agreed on Basic Points. American Headquarters In France, Dec, 25. There Is complete harmony botwecn the United States and tho Allies upon tho basic principals that will form tho foundation of tho peaco which will write finis to the greatest war in history, and, It is hoped, to all wars. Such, in substance, was themea-sag- o of Christmas cheer which Wood-ro- w Wilson, commander-in-chie- f of the American army, conveyed to 10,-0troops gathered about him in a vast wheat field near Humes, somo twenty miles from here, In his speech 00 y. TUBERCULAR VICTIM. owensboro tobacco sales for last week RAPS DOG LAW. ht Mc-Atl- oo Sides For Friday. Lancaster 410,000 pounds, average of about $14. Daviess County 101,630 pounds for $17,320.77. Avr. $17.04. Owensboro 83,835 pounds for Avr. $15.14. $12,G89.2C. 61,625 pounds for Electric Avr. $14.51. Field 42,375 pounds for $G,296.-4- 8. Avr. $14.85. Equity Home 5,645 pounds for $550.48. Avr. $9.75. Total Sales Pryor 705,110 pounds for $105,203.39. Avr. $14.92. Total Sales Burley 7,730 pounds, for $1,079.20. Avr. $13.10. SuIps For Week. Owensboro 1,157,000 pounds.for $177,021. Avr. $15.30. Lancaster 90S, 975 pounds for $130,126.77. Avr. $14. 2S. Daviess County 5G1.210 pounds, for $S5,747.46. Avr. $15.28. Equity Home 398,055 pounds, for $55,874.82. Avr. $14.02. 1. 372,145 pounds, Electric Avr. $15.00. Field Bros. 240,115 pounds, for $30,351.04. Avr. $15.13. 3,648,100 Sales Pryor Total pounds, for $541,202.70. Avr. $14.-8- 3. $5G,-081.6- Esquire John illles, of Paradise, thinks tho now dog law violates man's ancient and primeval right to havo a trusty guard stand a faithful sontinel during the long dark hours of tho night. ' os or Total Sales Burley 95,080 pounds ono to a dozen chickens in one night. grown upon tho lands of Mrs. Bash-aRats and oppossums are very fond of for $10,157.91. Avr. $17. alleges of Fordsvllle, DoWltt fowls of all kinds, nnd the foxes that S. D. Matthews Sides For Season. rented land Owensboro 2,526,570, for $393,-65G.1- 7. would soon destroy the lambs and from Mrs. Basham, agreeing to give pigs. Avr. $15.55. ono third of tho crop for the rental. Woll, Just to make this letter short He alleges while the crop was still Lancaster 1.S03.35O, for $260,-3S2.S- 5. I will say that I can't find words to growing ho bought the Avr. $14.43. Interest of Daviess County 1,113,990, for express my contempt for a set of men Mr. Matthews, completed the cultiva'who have gone to Frankfort, clothed tion of the crop, nnd that rMs. Bash$1G6,975.83. Avr. $14.99. power to placo such an imposi- am refuses to allow him to harvest 0. with Equity Homo 671,595, for tion upon tho people, and I will send the crop. Mr DoWltt sots out that Avr. $14.62. 449,155, for $62,909.08. 'tho ilntlnr In Ttlnnlr nnahln tnr tho itni the crop is worth $500. Electric tag. Avr. $14.00. Respectfully, 4. THE FLU. Field .Bros. 354,755, for J. H. MILES. Avr. $15.15. m 6,919,415 Total Sales Pryor We havo mado careful inquiry as GABE LIKENS MARRIES. pounds, for $1,035,993.17. Avr. to tho flu situation throughout the County and find that It Is fast on $14.97. Mr. Gabe Likens nnd Miss Drue tho wane. At no. point, so far as our Total Sales Burley 21S.175 pounds, for $41,573.23. Avr. $19.05. Gold wcro married In tho chapel of information goes, was it on tho inTotal monoy paid out $1,077,-56G.4- 0. the Masonic Widows and Orphans crease. In the Centertown communiHome, in Louisville, Saturday after- ty where it apparently was most in For same week last year sales noon. Miss Gold has been principal oxldence last week, thoro havo been 3, of tho school nt tho Masonic Homo no now cases during the last few days, were 2,55G,920 pounds, for for a number of years. Mr. Likens though a few, perhaps between there at an average of $16. For season to this time last year is a citizen of Hartford, but is nt and Green River. tho sales were 7,530,473 pounds, for present holding a federal position in LETTER. $1,239, 899. 5i; at an average of Washington City. Alvls Bennett and Tom Sweatt were tho attendants. $1G.47. Wo received n rather Interesting Mr. and Mrs. Likens wcro prosented with a silver set by tho directors of letter through tho mall Wednesday, A GOOD EXAMPLE. tho Home. The couplo will resido from "somewhere In Kentucky," tho postmark of which we could not mnke William Delanoy, an enterprising for tho present at Washington. out. Tho lottor was written from farmer, living on tho Llvermore Franco, "or tho copy, whichever It APPLICABLE HERE. road, n few miles out of Hartford, has was" and simply addressed to "Dear set a good example in road dragging Upon entering tho postofllco of a Pa" and tho only mark of idontlllca-tlo- n that should bo followed by other of any character whatever was county. Mr. Dolan-c- y small town recently wo observed a farmers of tho has dragged a mllo of road now placard over tho cabinet with this tho Blgnaturo "Roy." A soldier's for somo time, and notwithstanding very sensible notlco "Don't stand communication with nothing at all tho rainy weather, it is in good con- against tho cabinet. Other's want to identify it, oven by tho soldier's dition. Farmers having teams now mail." Of courso It is done in a nearest relatives and friends, in a havo little work for tho m to do and thoughtless wuy, but It is embar- measure, looses its chlof interest could drag a section of tho road, rassing to havo to ask somo ono to which Is the solo reason for publica without making a real sacrifice. It' pleaso niovo whilo you got your mail. tion. Wo did not know how or whore m to commenco an inquiry to find out Is truo tho farmer owes tho public no THE PROGRESS OF PEACE. who wroto tho lottor or as to who sugobligation in tho matter, but wo sent it to this ofllco, henco wo could gest such action as a demonstration Nothing definite will be dono to- not publish it. of tho' vnluo of tho road drag. p ward tho peace conferonco until after January 1. Then tho commisSEVERELY AVOUNDED. WINTEK PRESS MEETING. sioners of tho separato nations will mooting Mr. W. A. Morris has boon notiof tho hold conferences to dotermlno just The Kentucky Press Association will bo what to proposo to tho conferonco of fied that his son, Herman, was seriy and tomorrow at tho tho Allies. Thon tho peaco commis- ously wounded in Franco, Octobor, hold 14. Prlvnto Morris was a volunteer Soolbach Hotel In Louisville. Tho sioners of tho soparateuppol social features will bo u luncheon for sionors of tho four principal coun- in tho old II. Company Stato Guard tho editors and tholr wives at tho tries, Franco, England, tho United and was transferred to tho National Courier Journal and Times offices, at States und Italy, will meet in common Army, and sent to France last spring. tho Invitation of Judgo It. W. Bing- council to dotermlno Just what peaco FOUR AVERAGE 02 YEARS. ham, dlnnor at tho Louisville Hotol, torms to offer tho Contral Powers. llowdolnham. Mo., Dec. 21 Living by tho business men of Loulsvlllo, an Tho lesser states, Rumania, Sorbin trip to Cump Taylor and and Montenegro, will bo hoard lutor. together In this town aro Mrs. Elea automobile a theater party. A treat Is la storo Tho Allies will not sit In council with nor sparks, aged IPO years; her sis for tho Kentucky editors. The edi- tho Gorman commissioners, but will ter. Mrs. Mary A Uroon. 98; tueir formuluto their terms of peace and 'brother William K Denham, 85, and tor of tho Republican is In submit them for Gorman adoption. nn wue, b $98.-207.0$53,-862.2$409,-1C0.5mid-wint- er to-da- ParadlsJ, Ky., December 23, 1918. Some months Editor Republican: mm back tho Commissioner of Agriculture CIRCUIT COURT SUITS. sent me a copy of tho new dog law. I had not taken time to read It until Among (ho suits recently filed in and to say 1 was surprised at circuit court wo noto an appeal from its provisions does not express my a decision in tho quarterly court by feelings. To a farmer a dog is what F. O. Coffman, of Point Pleasant. L. n sentinel is to an army, especially at E. Evcrly sued Mr. Coffman on an acnight. count for $63 for groceries furnished Tho law, If It could be enforced, Mr. Coffman's father. The evidence would destroy the vory thing It Is in quarterly court showed Mr. CoffIntended to protect; namely sheep, man had given an order to Mr. Ever-l- y hogs and poultry of nil kinds. Chain to furnish his father groceries, and every dog in Ohio county every night the issue Joined was whether or not for five years and it would be impos- it was a blanket order or a specific sible to raise sheep, hogs or poultry. order. Tho Jury decided It was a Tho various vnrmonts that den along blanket order, and rendered judgour crooks and river bluffs would bo- - ment against Coffman for the amount come so numerous and bold that It sued for. Coffman alleges the order would be. useless to try to raiso live- was for a specific amount, and that he stock at all. Is responsible only for that amount, It Is true that dogs sometime kill; and it was upon this ground Coffman so do men kill each other, with tho appealed to tho circuit court. country full of. Jails, penitentiaries Also a suit has been filed by T. C. and electric chairs. DoWltt against Mrs. Emma Basham One mink or skunk will kill from to decide property rights in a crop to-da- y, Henry A. Moorman died at tho homo of his parents, near Hartford, Sunday, December 15th., of tubercular nffectlon, contracted while In tho service of his country, from which ho was discharged at Camp Shelby, Miss., early last spring. Mr. Moorman was a bright young man, 25 years of age, cheerful and hopeful throughout his affliction. He was a member of tho Slaty Creek Baptist Church, near which he formerly resided. Deceased is survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moorman, threo sisters and seven brothers. After funeral services which wero conducted at tho homo by Rov. Edgar Allen, of Beaver Dam, assisted by Rev. Russel Walker, of this place, the remains were interred in Oakwood on the day following. The President said that tho leading ailed statesmen so far have voiced the same views upon tho pcaco conditions as himself. Pays Tribute to France. In another speech at the City Hall of Chaumont, the President paid' an eloquent tribute to France nnd to tho friendship between that Republic and tho United States, "a friendship," as ho put it, "which is not only tentative. but ono based upon a communion of principle." This address Mr Wilson concluded with a shout of "Vive la France!" In which his hearers joined with thunderous volume and with an nthuslasm and sincerity that brought tears of deepcstvcmotion to hundreds. Tho President was the guest of tho "Yankee'" division which has been in Franco longer than any other fighting unit of tho American army. Ho held a review of thousands of American veterans the boys who turned tho tido in the great war. Ho was visibly moved and highly pleased with the appearance of the doughboys. Weather Ideal. The Presidents reception at general headquarters eclipsed all expeta-tlo- n. "Wilson luck," which had become proverbial, held tho weathor in chock, and made it "behave," despite the threatening symptoms. Indeed, while the thousands of American fighting men marched past the reviewing stand tho sun broke through, as it to demonstrate its pleasure at the memorable scene. ' Tho Presidont was plainly moved and In his address, responding to "Black Jack," Pershing's speech of welcome, he displayed deep emotions. The general, who has just inspected the army of occupation on the Rhine, had hurried back to headquarters to "be on tho Job." Coupled with tho pleasure of seeing the American veterans of somo of tho greatest battles of the war, face to face, the President had tho gratification of being told Pershing that all is well on the Rhine, where thousands of other American boys aro on tho watch. - MARRIAGE LICENSE. A. W. James, Centertown, to Henri- etta Woods, Centertown. Frank Farmer, R. 6 Hartford, to Joslo P. Coghlll, R. G, Hartford. John T. Malln, R. 3, Beaver Dam, to Joslo V. Herald Beaver Dam. . Roy Saltzman, Roynolds, to Mary McFerrln, Roynolds. Claudo Fulkorson, Harrlsburg, 111., to WInnio Durall, Rockport, Ky. E. E. Burton, Beavor Dam R. 2, to Mrs. Nettle Vanovor, Beavor Dam. Frank Culbertson, Roslne, to Myrtle Goodman, Roslne. Blrtron Magan, Beech Valley, to Sadlo Edge, Adaburg. George P. Cooper R. 2, Hartford, to Lula Wolfo, Horton. Rupert E. Davis, R. 3, Hartford to Zclpha Harrison, Centertown. John Austin, McIIcnry, to Ola Oliver, McIIenry. Cecil W. Wcstorilold, Hoflln, to Lonu Hoover, Hoflln. Willis Ulalno Hicks, R. 5, Hartford, to Corino Hall, Dundee. m COUNTY COURT. R. W. Qulssonborry quallflod on tho 20th., as administrator of tho estatu of Laura Qulssonborry, deceased. Ophelia Harrld qualified ns administratrix of the estate of Frank B. Harris. A. E. Chapman was appointed ad yea- -, ministrator of Mary terdjy A Rondor, .A democracy." IN AIRPLANE MATTERS Tlio Food Administration wishes to specially caution every one that wo RELIEF WEEK fliuvc no Rtignr to waste. Lifting of restrictions docs not mean that tlio Mipply exceeds the demand; It means, Sensation In Senate Over FEW COUNTIES WERE ABLE TO rather, that the American people have A Story Of Former proven their ability to limit tlielr CARRY OUT COMPLETE Air Man usage without compulsion. If the old PROGRAM. AH and open day and days wasteful customs of now on should lie resorted to, the good accomplished through six moulds of Washington, Dec. 19, A letter in and rnreuil conservation would lie overLEADERS WILL TRY AGAIN come. Sugar Is obtainable In sulUelent from D. B. Llpsncr, former chief of quantities, hut we have 110 surplus. tho aerial mail servlco of tho Post-ofllWe Kilt plenty, hut wisely and without we have on Department, making a scries of 1 Food Organization Is Preserved Intact waste. Sugar has been selling nt an average gravo charges against the postmaster and Will Carry Forward Work of ten cents 11 pound. Had It not been general's management of tho service, of Saving the World Now That for the Tood Administration the price was filed in the War Has deen Won. by Sen-ntthe Sonato would have been .twice as high, to say Sherman, of Illinois, to whom least. Louisville, Dec. 10. World Itellcf the Food Hence, on this Mitre alone, tho letter was addressed. the Administration has saved the In Kentucky was 11 success as "Week Llpsner makes the charge that Otto Third and fur as It went, but because of the people of the United Slate more than Praeger, second assistant postmaster CMC. iiil llu Spanish Influenza It did not go f,ir.'ll''"w'"w- G. W. ROBINSON J. F. VICKERS GEO. BENTLY general, told hi m that I'ostmaster enough; hence the Food Admlnlstru We are going to continue to save General Burleson was financially inorganization will ho tlou volunteer Airplano preserved Intact mid the work will be food, but not for the Germans, We terested in the Glenn-Marti- n will save It for the people from wham Company -- .n at Clevoland, O. Ho charges taken up whenever the general health the situation permits. Not more than 120 they Germans have stolen all the food that the department is spending milAns. This term Is applied to typo OWENSBOBO Fllti: DAMAGE qikstio.v box. have hud for the last four and a counties wore able to carry out the of modern battleship of high speed, lions of dollars In constructing special AMOUNTS TO contem- half years. vliole week's program tis largo tonnage nnd heavy armament, planes for carrying the malls, Instead Pathfinder. plated. exceeding those of drcadnaiight clnss. j Owenshoro, Ky., Dec. 20 SpontaSnfe food reserves are the only In- of utilizing the planes turned over by The .Value "Doiingliboy." In those counties where World Itethe War Department. neous combustiitlon Is believed to bo M Ques. Why nro tho American sol- Characteristics of was observed, such as surance against food disasters. llcf Week Dis- the cnuso of n flro that originated in The charge Is nlso made that In- diers so fregiicntly called dough aro approximately ns follows: Jefferson, Washington, liracken mid , T ,e Pnst can never be undone i ic- competent men have been placed in boys? Ans. In days of Civil war placement 20,000 to .10,000 or more Kapler Bros' sugar and grain elevaiioyd, there were held church serviced' foml "ou h"u'l 1,i,vo conserved will charge of the alrplane.servlcc under U. S. Infantrymen wcro nicknamed tons; armored belt, 11 to 12 Inches; tor shortly after 11 o'clock last night, on Sunday, December 1, club rallies mum". "" " . Postmaster General Hurleson's direc- "doughboys" because they had on Indicated horso power, 24,000 to and which, at 1:30 o'clock this morn. .i.u...j.... ... on .Vo.li.n,lnv , s,.innl TCnrplwn on "v ' ' ."-maximum speed, 21 to 22 knots; ing, seemed destined to result In tion, and that tho death of an aviator their uniforms largo globular brass Friday, community gatherings through The world needs more eggs, Keep out the week and big county-wid- e damage exceeding $150,000. and the serious injury of another last buttons which suggested tho boiled main armament, 10 to It guns. rallies nt least once In each county. every honest hen 011 the Job. or Monday are directly attributable to dumplings served The elevator located at First nnd to sailors and ... The message of the Food AdministraCenter streets, has a capacity of know by them as "doughboys." This As a food control incisure In Nor- the Incompetency of men. tion that the "war conscience" must name has stuck to tho Infantrymen to about 150,000 bushels, and was filled Number Of Words In English. Offers PriMifs. now give place to the "world con- way to properly distribute the availQues. 1. How many words nro with wheat, oats, corn and alfalfa, Lipsuer asserts he can present this day and It is sometimes applied science" was Impressed with great able fat supply, producers are proAns. and cotton seed meal, and nil of It effectiveness, and It Is quite well un- hibited from selling butter direct to documentary proofs of his state without distinction to men in other thoro In the English language? Largo Dictionaries list as high ns Is burning. brandies of military service. in nil such consumers. derstood and appreciated ments. 300,000 hut largo proportion of those The mnchlncry Is valued at somecounties that the people of Kentucky, Postmaster General Burleson deFish sausage Is being manufactured aro seldom used. Ques. 2. What thing like $30,000 and tho value of now that the war Is over, will save any comment rn the The Word "Proto". clined to make more food than they did while It was In Sweden. Early In September Its charge. Ques. Plcaso tell mo what presto number of words comprised Shake- the grain and machinery Is estimated message must retail price averaged from Oo to ti'5 still going on. Hut this Esti- at between $250,000 and $275,000. Ans. Llpsner resigned recently from the Is and what It Is made of. Ans. speare's vocabulary? yet bo carried to the people of nt least cents a pound. The building Is of concrete, and aerial mail service on account of dif- "Presto Is an Italian name which mated at something above 25,000. 700 counties in Kentucky who were consequently will not bo destroyed. Franco Is now producing about one ferences with the postmas'.or general. means quick. It Is applied ns a trade prevented by the epidemic of Influenza The grain probably will burn for f gallon of milk where two and The Home Of Lafayette. Lipsuci' makes the tollo.via? asser- name to various commercial products rom receiving It. were produced before the war. Milk tions in his letter to Senator Sher- to indlcnto that they operate or take Ques. Where Is tho old homo of several days. It Is vlrtuully imposMrs. Morris ullTord, chairman of the has Lafayetto in Franco located and by sible to extinguish tho blaze, and the elfect quickly. State Conservation Division, Miss u been selling in Purls for 32 cents man: quart, but the supply Is limited and firemen have concentrated their efwhom is it owned now? Ans. Alexlna Bnnth, chairman of Schools "First J. B. Corridon, now superupon confining it to tho elevan, forts home, known as chateau and Colleges, and Mr. Fred W. Hard-vle- Is barely enough for sick people and intendent of the division of rallray Indians In IT. S. A nu.v. chairman of Iteligious uqd the babies. Is at Hauto Loire. Ques. Aro there any Indians adjustments, has been made supervi It wns tor. Fraternal Organizations, have receivpurchased with money belonging to There are now only five million hogs sor of the aerial mall. Ho hus had among tho American forces which ed from the highest authorities the coughs that resist or have helped defeat tho Germans? "French Heroes' Fund" and is being no aircraft experience. twenty-seve- n absolutely fullest praise for the success with In Gerniniiy, as compared with Ans. Yes, Indians nro serving In va used now as a home for French war dinary remedies require both oxtcrnal "Second; Dr. L. J. Dusslcr, form million before the war. Itut which they carried on World Belief $l,C00-a-yefollow-u- p American D. A. It. plan and internal treatment. If you buy clerk rious branches of the U. S. army orphans. "Week under dlllicult circumstance. there are none In Serbia and Poland erly a a dollar bottlo of Ballard's 1 lore- to make it complement of Washingand parts of Belgium and Fiynice, be- In my otlico, has been chief of section overseas. When the work Is resumed they will ton homo at Mount Vernon at the hound Syrup you get the two reme He is not an enbe found nt the head of things. They cause the Germans stole them all. of maintenance. Save fats! samo tlmo using it ns an orphanage dies you kneed for tho prlco of one. To Insure Dried Apples gineer. wnd their sympathy to tluoe County o Ques. What treatment can be giv- for French children and as depository There Is n Herrlck's Bed Pepper Po Conservation chairmen and County Third. J. Clark Edgerton, son of Few Escape. Administrators whose preparatory purchasing agent of tlio Post- - en dried apples to keep them free for Ih A. It. records and records of rous Plaster for the chest, frco will' tho each bottle. Sold by Ohio County There are few indeed who escape olllce Department, and a former avia from worms? Ans. When ready to groat European war. work went for naught and promise Drug Co. having at least one cold during the tor lieutenant In the army, has been store away after drying put apple. In them every means of in when the time for resumption of ef- winter months, and they aro fortu made chief of section of flying, which shallow pans and placo in oven, Helca.se of Depth Bombs. forts becomes opportune. nate who have but one and get testing, experiments and con- gradually raising temperature to Ques. In attacking German It may be early In January. It may through with it quickly anil without Includesflying; ho is only 21 years old. about 1G0 degrees F.. holding It wmivwwy&l'W'QtFmrV'mrs there trol of how woro tho depth bombs be late In spring, when the Influenza any 'serious consequences. V Take "Fourth For aerial mall division for about 10 minutes and taking care thrown? Ans. Those bombs, half a epidemic Is finally conquered; lint Chamberlain's Cough Itomcdy and ob superintendents, two postal clerks that fruit is not burned or roasted. dozen or so, aro mounted on whenever the time, the volunteer an InLeave in oven to cool and then store clined piano at bow of torpedo patrol forces of the Food Administration, serve the directions with each bottle, have been named. d In cans or Jars. who led the people of Kentucky In sav- and you are likely to he one of the boats. They aro arranged so that Inexperienced Stuff. ing the food widen won the war, will fortunate ones. The worth and they can ho sot to explode at whaty "Tho apparent reason for tho aplie ready to lead them again In saving merit of this remedy has been fully .Viiines In Hall of Fame. ever depth may bo desired and nro re- ws pointment of such an inexperienced the food which will save the world, proven. There aro many families Ques. I would like to havo the leased by hydrostatic pressure dovicu tind thus make victory complete. who have always used it for years staff is that expenditures are con- names of the men and women ad operated by crow. templated which experienced engin- mitted to when troubled with a cough or cold, tho Hall of Fame for great eers would refuse to sanction. t bread With the return of 111 and with the very best results. Americans. Ans. Following fc Light From linnets. to American tables following the re"The second assistant postmaster been Inscribed therein; George have WashQues. What is tho 'source of the yy laxation of substitute general has publlcally announced that ington, regulations METHODIST DELEGATES Abraham Lincoln, Daniel light given off by tho planets? Ans. m farmers of the country may expect a LAY EXTEXSIVK PLANS, Congress will be asked to expend Webster. Benjamin 111 U3C IUJ UVCTU jcumi Franklin, U. S. Planets are all dark bodies and light somewhat Increased supply of mill $186,000,000 lu the extension of the Grant, Thousands of voluntary John Marshall, Thomas Jef- Is evolved in none of them as It Is in teeds. The amount will he further Final plans for raising $35,000,000 aerial mall. This is to come on top ferson, It. V. Emerson, II. W. Long-follo- tho sun; light enlarged by the recently Increased letters from women, tellfrom them is reflected next spring throughout the Southern of an authorized expenditure of purchases of Hour by tne Food Admin-htralio- n Hobert Fulton, Washington sunlight. ing of the good Cardul Methodism to support foreign mission $050,000,000 for army aviation. Irving, Jonathan Edwards, S. Grain Corporation for export. Americans In Foreign Armies. "It seems to me that the time has Morse, D. G. Farragut. Henry F. B. has done them. This is Export of Hour rather than wheat work for five years and to provide Clay, Ques. I understand that Ameri (he best proof of the value Is now possible because of Increased for the centenary celebration here come to ask why the costly army Nathaniel Hawthorn, George cans who enlisted for active service ocean tonnage available since the sign- outlined Thursday night at the clos- equipment and personnel has been alof Cardui. It proves that A It. E. Lee, Peter Cooper, Eli with tho armies of any of tho allied ing of the u rials t ice. ing conference of 125 delegates as- most totally disregarded by the post- Whitney, J. J. Audubon, Horace nations heforo wo entered tho war Cardui is a good medicine A third factor which Is expected to sembled hero from all over the south. master General, who has embarked on Mann, II. W. Beechcr, James Kent, thereby renounced their American for women. increase supplies of mill feeds is the The concluding session was held an independent course of experimen- Joseph Story, John Adams, W. E. cltlzonshlp. Will such soldiers now cancellation of the "willing after the, banquet at the Hotel Chlsca tations which seemB to threaten 'a There arc no harmful or Channing, Gilbert Stuart, Asa Gray, have to become naturalized if they extraction rule" which, as a war time at 7 o'clock. Most of the delegates great waste of public money. habit -- forming drugs in J. Q. Adams, J. It. Lowell, W. T Sher- wish to bo American citizens? Ans. .measure, diverted Into ilour a consider-sihl- e "In this regard 1 wish to state that man, James MndiHon, Cardui. It is composed proportion of the wheat berry returned homo last night. J. G. Whlttlor, Those men may resume American clti- I was told by second assistant PostThe campaign will be conducted for ordinarily used for feed. Mary Lyon, Emma Wllard, Mario zonshlp by simply taking oath of alonly of mild, medicinal All of these developments combined eight days beginning April 27 and master General Praeger during tho Mitchell, Harriet B. Stowo, O. W. legiance to U. S. heforo any ingredients, with no bad court or are expected to increase the mill feed closing May 4. During this time the discussion regarding tho taking of Holmes, E. A. Poo, J. F. Cdopor, consul of U. S. selective service principle will ho ap- certain War Department equipment Phillips nrooks, W. C. Brynnt, Fran'iiilpMt fully and tills extra feed should be uvullable about tin- - end plied to tho forces of the Southern that the postmaster general was f- cos E. Wlllard, Andrew Jackson, To Overcome Baslifulness. of Dciimihcr. In presenting these Methodism to make the undertaking 11 inancially interested in tho Glenn-Marti- n Georgo Bancroft. J. L. Motloy, AlexTAKE Ques. I am very bashful and III 'A" facta the Food Administration warns success. Methodists who took part Company, of Cleveland. O." ttgalnst excessive optlmNm over the In tho Liberty Loan drives and the Llpsaer's letter was dated Decem- ander Hamilton, Mark Hopkins, at ease, particularly when mingling Francis Parkman, Louis Agasslz, socially with a large number of perHltuiitlon, since there will be a con- campaigns for tho Bed Cross and War ber 10, and In a telegram sent to Ellas Howe, Josoph Henry, Itufus sons or when meeting strangors and tinued xbonagi- - of mill feed compared will he "drafted" Into Senator .Sherman December 1G ho Chaote, Daniel r Boone, with years. The price of these Work activities Charlotto this makes mo appear nioro awk urge liberal subscriptions said tho department had decided to Cushiuan. feuds is being maintained by regula- service to ward and Ignorant than 1 really am. ask for $2,185,000 for tho purchiiso tion at an artllMaily low Uel which to the fund. Pleaso suggost something thut will Tho campaign leaders state that of airplanes instead or $186,000,000. obviously stimulates an abnormal IT. S. Army Organization. help 1110 to ovorcome this hnndlcap. Lipsncr telegraphed IS Hrlelly, more mill feeds are In thoy hopu to onllst 1,000,000'tithors. December Ques. Please give the niimbor of Ans. Ileal thing you can do is to primped and they will be available Tho Sunday Schools have been assess- Senator Sherman to the effect that men In each unit of tho U. S. army You can rely on Cardui. banish completely from your mind Aviator Smith was killed and Avlntor as now about the Christinas holidays, but tlio ed $3,000,000 for missions nlono. orgnnized and title of ofllcor all thoughts of yourself, of how you Surely it will do for you biipply will be short of demand and Ono-humillion of this amount has Sykos injured by being forced to In command of each. Ans. Field must look or what others must thing what it has done for so continued conservation Is necessary. icon allotted to tho Epworth Leagues. laud, and said that "more deaths will army, 914, 325 otllcers many thousands of other and men. com- of you. Cultlvato habit of trying sinTo the children of Kentucky and occur under present supervision." manded by Gonoral; army corps, cerely to pleaso others, learn to think women! It should help. to the grown-ups- , loo the Food Ad- State of Ohio. City of Toledo. 182,865 olllcora and men, commundod and talk ubout what they aro interministration hcmlrt the glnd news that Lucas County, an. "I was taken sick, Heartburn Is a system of indiges- by they need not stint themselves 011 Is Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he tion. Take a doso of Hurblne lieutenant general; division, 27,-8- ested in and glvo no placo in your seemed to be In ," senior pnrtnor of the llrm of OlirltiliiuiH candy. Santa Cluus, who Cheney & Co., doing business in tho P. J. such cases. officers and men, commanded by thoughts to anything except wrltesMrs. Alary E.Veste, City nny Tho pain disappears inwas one of the most faithful soldiers of Toledo, County anj 8tto aforesaid, s, of Madison Heights, Va. matter you happon to bo discussing. stantly, The bowels operate speedily major general; brlgado, two In .Mr. Hoover's food unity, after being und that said llrm will pay the sum of commanded by brigadier gon- Educnto yourself out of the habit of ONliT HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and you feel lino, vigorous and cheer"I got down 60 weak, decorated for vmioiis saeiillcial serv- and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo oral; regiment, Infantry, 3,805 (ar- foarlng pcoplo or fearing that you could hardly walk . . . Price COc. Sold by Ohio Counices, hiiN receied an honorable dis- cured by tho use of HALL'S CATAKRII ful. tillery, 1,542) olllcors und mpii, com- will inako a bluudor. MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHCNEV. Jusl staggered around. ty Drug Co. 111 Iloincinbor charge, and tills year will devote his Sworn to before mo and subscribed in I read of Cardui, manded by colonel; battalion, 1,000 that tho pcoplo you meet are only my presence, this titli day of December. entire time to making the world u D. 1880. olllcors and men, commanded by mu-Jo- r; 111011 nnd women, as samo as yourself, A. W. Or.KAFON, and after taking one bothappy place for little children to live A.(SenI) 100,000 SOLDIEHK Notary Public. company, 250 olllcors and men, and mako yourself bellovo that you tle, or before taking quite In. And if lie decides the world must Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken InWHEKLV DISCHABGED. all, I felt much better. I commanded by captain; platoon, CO aro tho peer of any of them, bolng he made sweeter in order to be hap- ternally and ucis through tho Blool on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sund took 3 or 4 bottles at pier, that Is his business and nobody for testimonials, free. Washington, Dec. 20. Well over men, commanded by lieutenant or carerul 0r couro to avoid egotism und V. J. CHBNKV & CO.. Toledo. O. that time, and was able to sergeant; squau, eight mon, com- bumptiousness. else'. .'100,000 soldiers huvo beon dischargSold by all druturists. 75c. do my work. I take it in by corporal. Hall's family Pills for constipation. Field battery ed from the army and returned to ci- manded More than 77.1,000 tons of sugar the spring when runconsists of 195 mon; firing squad of Auditor Anil Accountant. vilian status. Secretary Ilakor said were saved In the United Stales be20 mon; supply truln of 283 men; down. I had 110 appetite, Ques. What aro the duties of an y "I notice that a woman prominent tho rate of demobilization had tween .Inly .mil December as a result and I commenced eating. in war activities gut hurt in a motor now reached ISO, 000 a week and that innchlno gun battalion of 296 mon; auditor and of an accountant? Ans. nf the cerlilluitlou plan of the Food It is the best tonic I ever engineers regiment of 1,098 mon; I'ormor Is appointed an authorized Administration. This means one bil- car accident." tho War Department was pressing lleld hospital saw." Try Cardui. of 55 men; medical de- to oxainlno and adjust accounts by "Was sho badly Injured?" lion, tive hundred and fifty million its efforts to make tho average daily tachment of 13 men; amhulunco com- comparing charges with pounds, or llfteon and "Evidently not. Tlio car turned discharges 1,000 per camp, f vouchors, pounds All pany of CO moii. hoarlng witnesses, striking bullances, saved by every man, woman mid child turtle. When it was raised she was In tlio United Stutos. etc.. lattor keeps accounts or makes Every man, found underneath it, still knitting 1.70 woman and child in Kentucky can away for doar life, but much flustered What Is A business of keeping or examining FOR FLETCHER'S point 10 t lie llfteon und one-hadues. Please explain what la , books, such ns those of hanking nnd lifw iwn j.lm linil ilrmMiml '1 ctH.1i nit-uu-t by muis of Sm saved and say with j irniitieUam j mercantile houses, public oDlces, etc FLU INTERFERED WITH truth, "That Is part of tlio my contrlbu-tlo- ti to milking world safe for BURLESON REPORTED , The .Lancaster House IS NOW RECEIVING TOBACCO. night. Sales every day, buyers arc solicit your business :M iinte-bellu- ce the market. Sixth year same location same as last year under same management. Fees made. the record to-da- y or I I I Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Triplctt I I ' , $2,-0,0- 00 ts "' 30,-00- 0; h, 14-In- lC-In- one-hal- -- Chn-vagn- Deep-seate- d ar Wot-iiilcs- s -- fi tight-covere- 3For TA7aq1 2 n Women i.....u...ujnMi w, a Pea-bod- y, i y v after-effec- ts. one-fift- pre-wa- m The Woman's Tonic lf 70 ... regl-inont- ... to-da- one-hal- Children Cry - Drujmists lf Aso-IIoral- CASIORIA "super-droaduaught- ." aORKAT STiTHTON letters, written In April, 1917, gave tho emperor a warning thnt tho Central Powers woro nonrlng defeat. of tho ALL DOGS TO IJH REPORTED. HAS BEEN STOPPED It read: f Labor As Reported Reason For End Of Work Strikes Workmen needed by govornment In speeding up itH shipbuilding program nro being recruited In Louisville by representatives of tho Hob Inland shipyards, who aro bore In nn olTort to enlist 10,000 men from tho ranks of soldiers who nro being demobilized nt Cnmp Taylor and Cnnip Knox. Tho wngcg nt Hog Islnnd nro quoted .. In ..I. .. t. ...... ..- - uiiniviiicu In111 1 U UlllB Ull IliJtll ml Miml llfwl nrbor, while- Hkllled labor inny bo expected to rocelvo consldcrablo moro Tho fact that thousands of soldiers nro to bo demobilized nt tho two camps and that tho John UrliTiths & Son Cojnpany Is to abandon tho work of building tho enntonmnnt at Stlth-to- n has attracted tho attention of officials In charge of Hog Island shipyards. At a recent conference In Washington, held between John Griffiths, of tho firm of John Griffiths &. Son Company, War Department officials and representatives of the Louisville labor organizations, It was agreed as a result of the strikes nt Camp Knox that tho work there Bhould be discontinued. Suspend All Work. Tho government plans to suspend nil work nt Camp Knox nt this time, except small Jolw which may bo completed by civilians or by soldiers nt tho camp. Mr. (irllllths stated Inst night that tho buildings 1st, for threo of thu six brigades have been practically 3rd nnd 4th completed, while thoso for tho 5th Urlgndo are under roof. The lumber for tho buildings for tho 2nd and Cth Brigades Is on tho ground. Discontinuance of tho work by the government was attributed by Mr. (Irllllths to tho strikes, which have greatly hindered tho work thero of Into. Ho said that first tho steam litters nnd plumbers went on a strike, shoot metal and that electricians, workers nnd others soon followed. Frequently, ho said, tho soldiers have helped to unload tho cars and do con-stn-tlon- I "I nm thoroughly convinced thnt tho smnshlng point has boon reached. Germany, ns well ns ourselves, lins rencbed the nnd of her hesourccs. Responsible political authorities do not deny it, but military circles In t. Ilorlln nfo Indulging In I am convinced thnt, should Germany attempt anotlior winter campaign, nn upheaval will occur In tho empires. Thnt would bo far worse than n peace. "If tho sovereigns of the Central Empires aro unnblc to conclude pcaco within a fow month!, thon tho peoples of tho Umpire will do it, and n wave of revolt will sweep away all for which our brothers have been fighting. I'crhnp- - months will elapse America can throw tho strength of her battalions Into tho fight, but hor moral support Is n very great factor. Tho Central Powers can not y hopo for new Is to our disadvantage for our enemies have more time nnd can wait longer than we." The letter then outlined tho plans for the coming offensives against the Italians, French and British and continued: "When these offensives nro stopped, I urgo an agreement be reached with America beforo she Is ublo to chango tho military situation to our sclf-docelbo-fo- ro Do-la- disadvantage." Count Czcrulu explained his disbelief in tho success of Germnny's ubmnrino warfare and recalled to the Emperor statements mndo by Field Mnrshnl Conrad von Hoetzendorf while on a visit to Vienna. Tho Field Marshal said, according to the Icttet that England would bo checkmated and that America would bo paralyzed by the proposed submarine campaign. The letter ended with the solemn warning: "Wo aro at tho end of our resources. Germany can not count on our support beyond the latter part of thu coming summer. Before God and beforo your people, It Is your sacred duty to defend your people, your dynnstlc Ideals and your throne." Surgeons agree that In case of Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds the First Treatment Is most Important. When nn efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection nnd the wound begins to heal nt once. For uso on man or beast, Borzone Is the Ideal Antiseptic Buy It now and and Healing-Agent- . bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, GPc, $1.00 and ?1.50. sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m A C'llltlSTMAK THOUGHT. crete 'work. Tho trouble, Mr. Grllllths said, was duo to tho fact that after the signing of the armistice the government Insisted that men should not work overtime and that tho men wanted to work ten hours, two hours' overtime. Tho mon, ho said, also wanted threo hours' traveling tlrao and BO conts additional for railroad fnro between Loulsvlllo nnd Stlthton. However, a willingness to return at tho old wages. Continue, Only Needed Work. Only such work ns must bo done to savo buildings under construction will bo completed by tho government, In tho opinion of Mr, Grllllths, who said ho was not authorized to speak for tho government, but thnt it was his opinion that only a few minor jobs and possibly tho work on tho hospital was all thnt would bo continued. Major Radcllff, construction quartermaster at Camp Knox.sald he was not in n position to sny what tho government would do with regard to completing tho work nt Camp Knox nt this tlmo. He said that all kinds of rumors were afloat but thnt nothing deflnato had been decided on so far as ho had been Informed. A spcclnl from tho War Department yostcrday nnnounced that work at Camp Knox would ho abandoned. There aro now two nrtlllery brigades In tho camp, 170th and 24th, and they occupy areas two and five In the big cantonment. The 170th Is now being rapidly demobilized as aro tho and the 420th Ammunition Train 23rd and 29th Trench Motor Batteries. Whon this demobilization has been completed it will leave about 5,000 mon at Camp Knox in the 24th BriUrlg. Gen. by gade, commanded Charles F. Ulakely, nnd composed of tho 70th, 71st and 73rd regiments. It Is roported thnt no nrtlllery division under No. 20 will be demobilized at present, and tho 24th Brigade is a part of tho 12th Division and may remain at tho camp Indefinitely. ho said, some of tho men hnd returned to work nnd that all had expressed Hut Christmas Is not only tho mile-mar- k of another year, moving us to thoughts of It Is a season, from all its associations, whether domestic or religious, suggesting thoughts of joy. A man with his endeavors Is a man tempted to sadness. And in tho midst of winter, when his llfo runs lowest and he Is reminded of the empty chairs of his beloved, it is well that he should bo condemned to this fashion of the smiling face. Robert Louis Stevenson. "You hnvo tho privilege of naming all theso animals," said Eve, admiringly. "That Isn't so much," .replied Adam. "Tho Influential chap Is tho ono who will eventually put tho price tags on those sold for meat." Washington Star. Dizzy Spells and Sickheadach.es are often caused by Constipation. For Croup, splendid for croup," writes Mrs. for croupo," writes Mrs. Edward Hassott, Frankfort, N. Y. "My children hnvo'heen quickly relieved of attacks of this dreadful complaint by Its use." This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, and may bo given to n child as confidently ns m to nn adult. HUNGARIAN MINISTER FORESAW DEFEAT uUS Ir.cJ. Dec, 11 Vienna, Wednesday, Count Czerln, tho former gnrlan Foreign Minister, wroto frank-i.l- y of conditions In his corrospondonco with former emperor Charles, as was shown by letter, which Count Czornin Ono showed tho correspondent to-da- y, are easy to take and cause a normal and easy action of the bowels. AT ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Clkhtrt, Frankfort, Ky. To tho County Tnic Commissioner: in tho enactment of the dog law by tho 1918 Kentucky : , Legislature, certain duties aro speciI fied to be performed by tho County Assessor or tho County Tax Comtnls- jsloncrs, as they aro now known, on m BflB I' of which is, thnt they shall nnnually, HM famine Conditions'' t on or before the ,11st, of December, flLBMW--- -. Food Shortage approchrn famine Point 1018, make n complete report to tho county clerk nnd a duplicate report B--5 ? . ". AitoPrtnl 'to the Commissioner of Agriculture, , k ' setting forth tho name of every ownu.iicjcn. rrcycnv . ooa. oupprvr RJJJ3N But ftiure sct1o.& er of any dog or dogs listed, anil . since tho department Is anxious U ruui.iii.uii ui receive tho reports of tho Assessor frmuncia53ified at tho earliest posslblo date, J am calling upon you to thnt end and reV&&. C spectfully refer you to Bulletin No A&WA?ffi o ff MmsmcaRus s ia -tf fe 21 herewith inclosed nnd especially to Section 16 of said Bulletin. I bcllevo thnt you aro fullv conversant with tho requiroments of this new dog law, but In caso you aro not, v. I would thank you to plcaso read x J$!wi'-( M i ij. same carefully and glvo this department tho benefit of your most liberal looking tonnd hearty ward a most rigid enforcement of this most consequential law. Some of the Assessors havo failed to list dogs under four months of age, s which Is an error, because tho not differentiate as between a dog nnd a puppy, and oven If the puppy is only a day old, he should he listed just the samo as If ho is many days old. 4r This law was enacted for tho purseA pose of protecting tho sheep Indusjn-,w- i ." try of this Commonwealth and to Increase the production of samo and 1 hope you will impress upon your people the determination of thi3 departA food map of Europe today shows seat of government the little nation's gions, with conditions mobt serious in ment to enforce tho law to the fulnot a single country In which the fu- first thought was to express her grati- Finland. extent of tho power and authoriBohemia, ture docs not hold thrunt of serious tude to the Commission for Belief In Serbia, Roumnnla nnd lest Belgium for preserving the lives of Montenegro have nlrendy reached the ty vested In same, Irrespective of poldlfllcultles nod only small part which Is not rapidly approaching the fnmlnt millions of her citizens. famine point and nre suffering a heavy itics or religion, without fear or favpoint. With the exception of the Germany, on the other hand, need toll of death. The Armenian popuin-- , or. Ukraine only those countries which not figure in such a map for Ameri- tion Is falling each week as hunger .Therefore, those who fail or rofuso have maintained ma line coinmerre cans because there Is no present indi- tnkes Its toll, nnd In Greece, Albania to comply with the mandates of this have sulllcient food supplies to meet cation that we shall he called on nt all and Roumnnla so serious arc the food Act will most assuredly suffer actual needs until next harvest, mid to take thought for the food needs of shortages thnt fnmlne Is near. Aland expense of a prosa-cutleen In the Ukraine, with stores accu- Germany. Germany probably can enre though stnnntion is not yet imminent, provided for such failure. mulated on the farms, there Is famine for her own food problem If she Is Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria and TurAgain asking for your most earnIn the Inrxe centers of population. given' uccess to shipping nnd Is enabled key arc in the throes of serious strinest in tho enforcement-oBelgium nnd northern Prance, ns to distribute food to the cities 'with gencies. this Act, I beg to subscribe, well as .Serbia, appear on the hunger dense populations, which are the trouIn order to fulfill America's pledge map distinct from the rest of Europo ble centers. Iti world relief we will have to export Yours very truly, England, France, the Netherlands every ton of food which can be hanbecause they stnml in a different relaMAT S. COHEN, tion from the other nations to the peo- nnd Portugal, nil of which have been dled through our ports. This menns at Commissipncr of Agriculture. ple of the Uidted States. America bus maintained from American supplies, the very least n minimum of 0,000,000 for four years maintained the small have sulllcient food to meet Immediate tons compared with 0000000 tons preWheezing in the lungs indicates war rations of lielglmn nnd northern needs, hut their future presents seri- war exports and 1 1,820,000 tons exsame Is true of ported Inst enr, when we were bound that phlegm is obstructing tho air France nnd N already malting special ous dlfllcultles. The efforts to care for their Increased Spain and the northern neutral coun- by tho ties of war to the European passages. Ballard's Horchound Syr rup loosens tho phlegm so that it'ean needs, which, with those tries Norway, Sweden and Denmark allies. wliose ports have been open and who of Serbia, must be included In this If we fall to lighten the black spos be caughed up and ejected. Prlco plan, are urgent In the extreme and have been able to draw to some degree on the hunger map 6r If we allow any 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold upon foreign supplies. muht buvc Immediate relief; portions to become darker the very by Ohio County Drug Co. m- Most of Russia Is already in the peace for which we fought and bled The gratitude of the Belgian nation for the help America has extended to throes of famine, nnd 40,000,000 people will be threatened. Revolt nnd nnnrchy her during the war constitutes the there nre beyond the possibility of Inevltnbly follow famine. Should this strongest appeal for us to continue our help. Before nnother spring thou- happen we will see In other parts of FOR FLETCHER'S work there. The moment the German sands of them Inevitably must die. Europe n repetition of the Russian der armies withdrew from her soil and she This npplics us well to Poland nnd bacle and our fight for world peace was established once more In her own practically throughout the Baltic re will have been In vain. WHY HIGH HEELS. erty nnd Justice," but that fellowship TREES AND LIGHTNING DAMAGK. HUT WHAT DOES IT MKAX. must find expression, if It is to bo (By Beatrice Young.) expressed at all, through GovernThe lightning seems to have its fa(Now York World.) Washington, Dec. 14. My Bei-E- nn It becomes dally more apparent ments. To say that the Governments vorite victims nmong'the trees, writes godson, veteran of the trenches n naturalwith which the President Is now to John Burroughs, that tho President's bizarre trip to deal personally aro generally regard- ist, in the Century. I have never since 1014, spends part, of his leisure Europe is meeting with widespread ed as hostile to tho kind of peace that known it to strike a beech tree. wondering about women's clothes. disapproval at tho hands of the he advocates Is merely to state a fact Hemlocks and pines are its favorites What he really can not comprehend, what remains a mystery, in spite of American people. Tho latest evi- of common knowledge everywhere ex- In my woods. In other regions the his ponderlngs, Is why women wear oak and the ash receive its attention. big dence of this fact appears In an edi- cept In the United States. hats and high heels. Perhaps the American people them- An oak on my father's farm was torial In tho Now York World, tho He wrote me, to ask my opinion, responsible for this struck twice in tho course of many greatest Democratic newspaper In tho selves are partly ho told mo that, before doing so, ho United States, and tho ono that has situation. During the last four years years, the last bolt proved fatal. heard or sugar maple, is fre- had curiositythe matter discussed, but so many of them have been ardently The hard, stood tho closest by tho President in was unsatisfied. his or or quently struck, but only in one Inhis campaign for election, and his Of course, I wanted to know who-haor that they havo stance have I known tho tree to be policies. We submit administrative been talking about women's hats forgotton about the vital necessity of Injured. In this caso a huge tree tho editorial: Usually the and heels In tho thick of battle. Now that tho was simply demolished. been accord- being President Wilson has " me ono day that a few of ed a magniflclent reception in Paris, test has come, their own foreign sym- bolt comes down on tho outside of in his trench neighborhood but what does it all mean in terms of pathies are being turned against them the tree, making a mark as if n knife played a game of cards with a soIn support of a peace which bears had clipped off the, outer surface of peace? That Is what chleriy ciable priest. The priest lost. As tho American people, and In the little relations to the Ideals for which the bark, revealing tho reddish-yellopenalty tho boys declared that they have been sacrificing and fightIn several cases have I welInterior. largest measuro of the national deliver a lecture, on the spot, on beseen this effect. fare that is practically their whole ing. There nro optimists who the subject: "Why women wear Big: lieve that tho appeals the President But a fow summers1 ago an unconcern. Hats and High Heels." Mr. Wilson, Mr. Loyd George, Mr. Is making must Inevitably have a usually largo and solid sugar tree In My Godson writes: He did it, and Clcmenceau and Mr. Orlando aro not powerful Influence upon European my neighbor's woods received a not half bad, but since he begged fur They may ho right, chargo that simply reduced it to stovo making a private peaco. They are Governments. further light, I concluded that either determining for weal or woe the des- hut thus far tho President has been wood. Such a scene of utter destruc- tho priests discussion was too brief to say nothing that he could not tion I have never witnessed in tho tiny of tho world for tho next hun- ablo or the boys considered him an unredred yeurs. By going to Europe, have safd with much more telling ef- woods. The tree was blown to pieces liable authority. fect at home. If the traditions of as If It had been filled with dynamite. 'resident Wilson has sacrificed all tho When I answered my godson's letadvantages that came from distance European diplomacy aro overthrown Over a radius of 50 or more feet tho ter, I wroto many, many pages. I by no means and a peaco based upon true liberty fragments of the hugo trunk lay scat- have his reply assuring me It ia and detachment. that my advan- and justico is finally established, hu- tered. certain thnt corresponding development of the subject was perIt was as If tho bolt, baffled so long fect! tages will nccruo from tho applauso of manity will owe a debt of gratltudo tho Paris crowds? Wo should' liko mainly to President Wilson, but It by the rough coat of mall of the The conclusion to which all my to bollovo that such would provo tho can not be said thnt the present out- maple, had at last penetrated it and arguments pointed was simply this: exlook Is particularly bright. Popular had taken full satisfaction. Tho caso, but thero Is no evidenco whatWomen wear big hats to shado applauso Is only empty sound unless plosive force probably came from the ever to sustain tho theory. pretty faces and high heols to it can chango tho course of Govern- instnntaneous vaporization of the sap their Long beforo tho President was set off their dainty feet, and both to ' grcoted by enthusiastic citizens of ments that nro mora concerned about of the tree by the bolt. make them more pleasing to tho eyes, Of Franco, tho Prlmo Ministers of Great the immcdlato political value of the of their godsons! COOL SPRINGS. Britain, Franco and Italy met in Lon- spoils of war than about the futuro don to discuss the preliminary terms peace and security of mankind. Regulate tho bowels when they fall Mr. Harlan Stevens is moving to his of peaco. Tho result of theso disSickly need White's farm recently bought of Mr. G. W. to movo properly. Horbine la an adchildren Is still enshrouded in myscussions mirable bowel regulator. It help-th- o tery, but the correspondent of The Cream Vermifuge. It not only de- Shults, near Wysox. liver and stomach and restores a Mr. Pittinghill, of Vermont, is the World roportn a general belief among stroys worms, If thero be nny, but it acts as a strengthening tonic in tho guest of Mr. O. E. Scott. He will fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. tho governing circles of tho Entente Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug: countries that "tho President has stomach and bowels, Prlco 30c per probably locate In Kentucky. iu Mrs. Roscoo Wilson and children, Co. bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug means That been forestalled." m of Butler county, visited friends here nolther mora or less than that tho Co. When a ou have Backache the liver last week. Entento Governments have privately gear. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Elliot havo re- or kidneys are sure to be out of The schoolmaster was giving tho pledged themselves to make a Eugrand- Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho ropean peaco along tho familiar lines boys a lecturo on thrift ard pointed ceived notice that their little liver, kidneys and bladder A trial was GOc bottle will convince you. Get It of tho diplomacy that was responsi- out how squirrels stored up uuts for daughter, llttlo Barbara Elliot, 46-Howell, at the drug store ble for this war. In that caso tho the winter. Thon ho asked for on seriously ill of Influenza at of thrift among animals, Indiana. could Illustration United States Covornmont OWNS A FLIVVER. Messrs. Newt and Ernest WHIough-b- y hardly bo expected to become a party and ono boy cried out: have gono to Mississippi, where "A dog!" lo it. "What kind of an engiuo have "A dog? In whnt way does a dog they aro employed by the Bond Tie It is nil very" well for tho President you in your car?" Co. yester- practice economy?" to speak at tho Hotel do Villo "A donkey engiuo, I guoss. It's Mr. and Mrs. Morto Tate and Mrs. "Please sir, whon ho runs after his day about "the full fellowship of guests of Mr. nwftilly stubborn." Boston Fannye Scott wero the throughout the tall he makes both ends meet." thoso people here and Forest French's family Sunday. Tribune. world who reverenco tho right of lib j , I HUNGER DRAWS THE MAP 2f T" r .r:v WkI y.tssmBmamBt SfM WMmm iWNv. tMTseti'' ImhMxmmSStB Bass', .affc 3igreaittii-)y&WT jNl'ifc ir fiDiiF I u M$w;ssrri .ilsiPp $yimlL Iv. 1 law-doe- lEflSH iSkfiiJy i iMt S on nfter-the-wa- Children Or CASTO R A well-know- pro-Briti- sh pro-Fren- Pro-Belgi- the-"boys- con-cor- ns w he-mu- o yr inneapolis vr forenco only to answer such questions ns might bo asked him. Now comes tho announcement that ho will cut his stny shorter than ho originally Published Weekly by Perhaps ho hns discoverHARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Intended. ed, after getting on tho ground, that Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, thoso countries that havo paid tho 0. E. SMITH, fearful prlco In blood and treasures President to stop tho inroads of tho barbarian Editor linn havo somo fixed notions nbout JOHN HENRY THOMAS peace, ond nro not to bo W. S. TINSIjEY, Assoclnto Editor tho terms of so readily handled as an American nnd Business Malinger. . Congress. The Hartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McPluko.) of humanity. Nover was she heard to express any fear ot death. All Hint scorned to trouble hor was parting from hor loved ones. Sho wns n dovotcd wlfo and mothor, malting a To Our Friends: j sunshine, with hor Old Santa treated us badly Yea, tho homo like oven worso than a poor man's step- presence. Tho funeral services will bo held Inter from tho pnssago of her child. own selection, "Wntch thoroforo, for Doc. Plrtlo says Undo Sam missed yo know neither tho day nor tho hour somo great opportunity for making wherein tho Son of mnn Cometh. Nono know her but to lovo hor, short, but sure, work of Kaiser Hill's Hatchers when Ho failed to tnko Uob God dooth nil things well, but his wny nt times seems dark. Somo dny Walker "over thero" to gas 'cm, Entered according to law at tho wo'll understand. May tho great solWhat to do with tho returning rostomco, Hartford, Ky., as mall Physician bind tho broken hearts of ss Wo would llko to trade ardiers Industrially is Just now engagmatter of tho second class. rovclopcd, of tho well ing tho thoughtful nttcntlon homo tho bereaved ones and sustain them in this sad hour. This beautiful to country. They nro returning from grown corn on tho loft, little toe for Address all communications Europe, and being turned out of tho nbout a half dozen nlco wnrts. We christian llfo ended in n gcntlo pcaco-fu- l. Tho Hartford Republican. As sho lived she died. camps, by tho hundreds of thousands. promlso to nsk no questions ns to PEARL. They must find a means of llvllhood. where the warts como from. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Hut Just at tho timo when industries NOTICE. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent must absorb this vast quantity of laMo nnd I. D, Clnro aro always glad to a now address must glvo tho old bor tho war industries aro also turn- to sco undo Dill Kccnc ot tho Trlslcr I havo located in Denver Dam for address in making tho request. army of lnborors out Country como, 'cause ho nearly alHuslncss Locals and Notices 10c ing another big ways has a nlco plcco of smoking to- tho practice of dentistry, and shall employment. It is true that tho per lino, nnd Be per lino for addition- of gratefully npprcclnto patronngo Industrial waste of tho past two years bacco or something else as a llttlo of tho public. Call ontho at al insertion. mo tho A. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards must bo repaired, but tho readjust- reminder of his thoughts for us. I). Taylor property. of Thanks, Gc per lino, money In ad- ment of labor to industry is likely to M. R. TAYLOR, D. D. S. vance 25tf If we had only known In time, Church Notices for services freo, prove a problem of almost infinite great-esbut other advertisements, 5c per lino. difficulty. No moro serious condi- Duke nnd me, wo could have worn 3IOKK "OLD" THINGS. Anonymous communications will tion can confront a country than hav- sulphur in our shoes nnd an asafootl-d- a receive no attention. ing n vast army of lnborors without bag around our necks nnd missed holiWo earnestly thank Mrs. Llndlcy employment. And that is particu- tho "fin." Gustlno and Thomas havo courtesy In responding to our TELEPHONES. larly truo Just now when tho cost of both escaped. Ohl tho selfishness of for her request for n description of "old 123 Cumberland living is nbnormnlly high. Tho coun- some human beings. CO things," that link tho living generaFarmers Mutual try will be fortunnto if it goes tion to tho Ago through this readjustment without Aus Bratcher, Cicero Crowdor and lends enchantment to those objects .DECEMBER 27 disorder on n large scale. FRIDAY, bunch over at tho Sheriff's olllco that say that 'ccpting somo guy turns that served somo human convenience in remoter time, nnd wo aro suro Tho recent heavy drop in tobacco up with some "fcllor" with moro D And tho Great Giver of gifts gave prices on the Owensboro loose leaf booze thnn allowable, tho whole blam there is n gold mino of such news value in tho country if thoso in postho world a Christmas present market illustrates the chaotic system ed shebang will be noglcss nnd drier session of It would report It for us. Peace. the farmers have for marketing this than a last year's chip, throughout product. Tho loose leaf sales plan these and all the holidays to come. Llvermoro, Ky., Dec. 23,1 9 IS. Tho New Year is at hand and let Is a faulty one. Tho tobacco growers us each resolve ;That as we would The Republican, must get away from it or devise some Uncle Elec Curtis is ns soro as n Hartford, Ky. havo others do unto us, we shall so do grading scheme for equalizing prices mashed toe on Leo Slmmcrmnn, at I havo noticed In your paper for unto them. by grades. Delivering a product the Ohio County Drug Co's. place. somo time a request for old tilings, women, to a given point and putting it up at Uncle Alec says when he brings In of a news value I will send iho folFour negroes, two of them auction to be sold to the highest bid- anything for Lee or tho store, he has lowing. accused of murdering a doctor, were is the manner of a bankrupt, not to trade out his fees and If tho days I have in my possession an old desk hanged Friday, by a mob, In Missis- der a business man. Imagine a mer- on which ho collects happens to be sippi. And still we talk about the of that belonged to my chant putting up his wares to be sold cold Leo makes him tako cruelty of tho Hun. bearing tho date of at sucn prices as tne blddcra may and If the day happens to be exceed- IS 02,Harnett, and with the initals A. U. inchance to pay. The successful mer- ingly warm Lee forces him to take but ' We note a number of weekly newsscribed on It. It has fifteen drawpapers will issue no paper this week. chant counts the cost of his goods, chocolate. ers, one of which is n secret drawer, adds a reasonable profit to that cost, Tho Republican has a contract with that no one who is not familiar with The last we heard of John Henry, It would find. Such drawers were its patrons for fifty two issues a year, and keeps his goods on his shelf unand we can see no just reason for til the buyer conies to pay the price. he was in a crouched position In front for the purpose of secreting money, The process Is both sano and simple, of a largo plate-glas- s mirror In tho and common to desks ot those old robbing them of an issue. and there is no reason why the farm- thirst quenching emporium at the Ho- times when there were no banks. 1 havo also a The appropriation of a million and er should not pursue the same busi- tel Wattcrson with one hand upon his peculiar shaped Jar, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. half dollars to pay the expenses of ness methods. So long as the fann hip the other clnsplng a small gl.iss which my Bnrnett, unngs ins unsold product to a goblet, and his face, gee! I can see brought tho President's junket to Europe er from Virginia to this counlooks a bit like extrnvlgance to the market, at which no settled price for It yet, 'twas covered from his eyes to try in 177S tho property Df four is fixed, so long is he at tho morcj way below his chin and almost from poor peoplo who have worked and It generations. starved in order to buy War Saving of the tobacco merchant. The only ear to ear with eggnog, yes, there I have an old prayer book, thrt hap possible solution for the trou'de is for must have been at the least, $1 29 stamps and Liberty Bonds. the Steven's family record In it, that the farmers, by unity ot nc'inn to fix worth on the exposed portion of his dates back two hundred and sixTho present congress has appropri- a rcasnoable price for the various mug. The wastefulness of some peo- teen years, to my ated $G7, 000, 000, 000 or more than grades, and wait for tho I.uycr3 to ple, under or in some conditions is John Stevens. It was brought from Inawful. d tho nation's wealth, and come to them for their product. Maryland to Ohio County by my moro than tho combined cost of the deed, It is remarkiibl'j hat afler reStevens, In 1779. cent years of successful operations of Editor John Henry Thomas went war to England and France In the In the matter of old papers, I havo four years has been going the pool the farmer-- should turn to Louisville, Tuesday to spend the tho subscription list for the building on. In the light of this fart it again to the antlqupte syitum of the remainder of the week there with his of tho old brick church, that stood at family. County Attorney, A. D. Nocreck many years ago. Some or is not dltllcult to see why tho country auction block. Kirk, procured a fine, dressed turkey your readers will remember tho elected a Republican congress. old Why not patronize your own industry and keep One of tho certainties of the fu- nnd loaned Thomas his hand bag, for church, nnd no doubt the list bears which ho was to carry said turkey tho namo of There are two crater like holes In ture Is the adoption of nation wide the price of selling tobacco down by bringing your of tho pavement, near the Bottling prohibition by the United States. The to the city and deliver it to Mr. many people in and around Hartford. tobacco to the EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. Works, that formed minature lakes liquor business is doomed. The old Ernest Woodward, who. by special If you would like to have the list 1 during the recent rains. If there is system of manufacture and distri- arrangements was to meet Thomas at will send you a copy of It. owned and operated by the fanners of Daviess and any authority In Hartford to see that bution of liquors is breaking up, and the "th Street Depot and thero reRespectfully. adjoining counties. Our average today Dec, 9 it is done, we suggest the condition be ought to be broken. It was an evil ceive tho fat "torn." Alas! John MRS. MARY H. LINDI.mv. $16.03. way remedied. Tho removal for whose just defense no man was Henry detrained at the Pcnn. Sta1 in 8ome (We shall bo pleased to have It of a few paving bricks would at least willing to stand. The end sought by tion, about a dozen squares from the for publication; along with such hisagreed place of meeting. Mrs. Thom tory ns you may know prohibition Is Ideal, Is allow the accumulated water to drain nation-wid- e of the old but Is it practical? Wo think as wrote us that they had a fine tur church.) into the street. It will prove a dlssapolntinont to its key dinner Christmas. 'Woodward We know wired Kirk that his family had no Incorporated 1JEAVKR DAM. After one of the boys in the Leltch-llel- d most earnest advocates. High. School had dropped his how useless it Is to argue with tho turkey. What's tho answer? 604 East Main Street pistol on tho floor, with a discharge Idealist. If tho end sought Is deMr. John Stevens, or Detroit, Mich., OWENSBORO, KY. IN MEMORY Is visiting rolntives here. of the weapon resulting, the Principal sirable then his method for accomOpen Day mid Night. llotli Phones. rounded up and searched tho boys plishing that end is not open to quesPrivate Archlo Burgess, who has and relieved them of ten guns. We tion. Wo know no apology to offer of Mrs. Estill Tichenor, who de- - been stationed at Camp Taylor, has m are not familiar with the practices for tho drink evil, but we do know- - parted this life November Sth, returned homo. Miss Geneva Taylor, of Chattanoo of tho Hartford school boys, but we that In all tho history of tho human 1918. She was tho oldest daughter brother and tho two boys knows all hope they do not turn the hchool race no radical changes In the moral of Mr. E. B. Tichenor and was born ga, Tonn., Is spending tho holidays A TENNESSEE WIDOW ANSWERS RAT'S AD. nbout runnln' tho still, nnd thoy'ro habits or mankind havo been effectu- November 24, 1918. Whs married with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Taylor. building into an arsenal. ally changed by act of parllment. to Estill Tlchonro February 12, 1902. makln' a mint of moiiey. You can Miss Ruth Gray, of Carthage Tonn.. help fill up tho Jugs nnd keep wntch Secretary McAdoo's suggestion that Wo know no apology for tho sex evil, To this union were given two chil- is spending tho holidays with her Gooso Crcok, Tonn., for tho revenuers whllo thoy mako the Government control the railroads and yet prohibitory laws have Im- dren, a son and daughter. Sho mother. Dec, 25, 1918 llckor. Its by her husband, for a period of flvo years seems to posed only indifferent restraints. We Is survlred Mr. Archie Davis, U. S. N Is visitI seed In Darling Battle; the now. in east sellln' for $4.00 a pjnt havo met with very llttlo approval would not arguo against prohibitory small son and daughter, a broth- ing his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Tennesieo, and tho boys Hartford Republican thai you wanted thinks It will One by one our Davis. outside of raili oad employe circles. laws for the regulation of moral er and sister. Evorybody a wife, and as I fill tho description on Gooio Crook Is already Heavy Increases In freight rates and a wrongs, but insist that legislation can friends are slipping away. Alas! Mr. Aaron Westorfleld and Miss drcssln' r tho weddln," Hnrry on. big deficit in operating expenses since never effectually modorato tho ex- our days aro as a shadow. Anothor Jessie Smith were married In Detroit to a "T", I'm nnswerin It. I hain't got but seven children but Yours In hnste, the government took over the roads cess of human appetites. We do not voice Is hushed and still. Dut hope last week. n few months ago offer little induce- opposo tho law, but attempt to fix whispers from behind tho darkost POLLY ANN PORTER. Messrs Carl Miller and Orvlllo thoy air all boys, and all but llttlo ment for tho country to continue the attention upon tho minds of thought cloud and says: "She is not dead, but Hodge, who have boon stntloned In Tommy Is big onuf to work. My P. S. I've just decided to come ful mon of tho fact that the only prac sleoplng." experiment. Cincinnati, O., havo returned home. halr'll just suit you. It's ns red as n How shocked and sorely grieved O, I on to Hnrtford nnd havo our honeytical manner or controlling appetites Mr. Everett Likens, who has been Tennessee. October sunsut. Mo nnd nucfc Tho influenza epidemic seems to and passions is by education, not by were tho hearts of hor many friends in Franco, spent the holidays with know I'll suit you all right. 1 feel moon In old Kalmuck. havo about spent its forco and the coorclon. Education at tho fireside. and relatives when tho sad news his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Li- Jlst llko I knowod you Battle; I havo nnd Arch will bo tli.ir Now Years Though our hearts nro kens. heard my half brother, Bill Hawkins, ovo- Lovtnly, death toll muy soon bo reckoned. It In tho school, In tho church, In tho wns told. is said already 450,000 lives have social relations of peoplo. And so saddened and wo deeply feel the loss I' U.LY. Dr. W. F. Samuels, of Loulsvillo, talk M) much nbout you. Guess you been sacrificed to the disease. Much long as mon depend upon legislation of one wo loved so well, yet thero Is Ky spent the week ond with Mr. nnd knowod him as "flghthr Bill" when to accomplish that end they will neg- that consoling thought that she hns Mrs. J. M. Taylor. ho worked with you in old Kentuck, as wo wore terror stricken by the y of tho United States into the lect tho only effective and final moans gained a homo in heaven, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hurt nnd chil- on the telophono gnng. You seo tho war this dlseaso has destroyed many for doing It. Aftor nation-wld- o is is with her father, mother, and other dren, of Echols, Ky., spent tho holi- Hawkinses will nil fight they'ro ralsod to It but I'm a, whole lot times tho lives taken by the war. On- In operation common drunkenness lived ones gono on before in the days with Alferd Hurt. ly after tho dread scourge is past do will demonstrate its impotoncy to ac- presence of the Creator whom she Mr. E. G. Austin has purchased pencofullur than I usod to bo. Afwo begin to reallzo that wo havo pass- complish what Ita most ornest ad- sought In the days of hor youth. Sho tho farm of Mr. O. P. Brunton. ter my other husband got killed by LOYALL P. BENNETT ed through tho greatest plnguo that vocates expect of It. Hut It is well having professed faith in Christ at Misses Elsio Austin and lone Tay- the revenuers, I'vo beon sorter on has afflicted this country In its entire to try the experiment, nnd when it tho ago of fourteon and Joined the lor, who are attending school at the compromise. It you'll treat mo NOTARY PUBLIC. history. A hundred years hence It fnils tho public will" bo forced to turn West Provldonco Baptist church of Bowling Green, Ky., are visiting their and tho boys half way right you won't will bo known as the great scourgo of to means of moral training to right which sho was a member for 28 years. parents. have any bad troublo with us. Buck is scvontcon and Arch is slxteon, and In 1915 sho Joined tho'McHonry Bap1918. Ohio county alone has given moral wrong. m they nint a goln' to soo their Mama up moro than 100 lives, ond other DOCTOR'S ONLY CHANCE. tist church. She was a devoted unci Imposed upon thoy'vo got Hawkins consecrated member. deaths may yet orcur. Let us hope Its QUITE ANOTHER CHAP. Her 31 years Wlfo Hello! Dr. Bunyun? Yes? blood in their voins but if you'll of Christian llfo Is worthy of Imitalike may not appear again. Truly she was a christian In Como right nway. Mr. Llttlo had an- let'em do as thoy ploaso thoy won't A rooklo was reading un nrtlclo tion. give you much troublo. That's the The President's trip to Europo Is about tho Kaiser, which compared deed and In truth which is sulllciont othor one of his spells. Doctor (half an hour later) Why way I manage thorn. They both toto evidently proving a disappointment to him with Nero. "Who was Noro, to oxpress In n word what her llfo was.. Though an invalid for almost didn't you send for mo sooner. You guns, out wo neeunt glvo 'em no him. He started with tho avowed Dlil?" ho usked ot a fellow-rookiFOR SALE. purpose of sitting In tho Peiice Con- "Wasn't ho a man that wus always hor ontlro llfo sho bore hor afflictions Rhould not havo waited till your hus money to git cartridges with, and the patiently, never falllug to oxpress her band wns unconscious. Lord knows thoy won't work for it. ference, but porhaps moved by wide- cold?" I'Irs ready for January dcllvery.f L 100-lI sco tho paper says you don't caro Wlfo Well ns long ns ho had his spread criticism at homo, announced "Naw," was tho reply "that was thankfulness for any kindness shown Sow. hor, nnd did at all times nil that souses ho wouldn't let mo send for much about work, but that don't before ho reached Franco that he Zoro, nnothor guy altogether." mako a bit of difference. My halt was In hor power for tho betterment you. ,ow i ork Evening World. would be present at tho Peace Con- - Transcript. Hartford, Ky., R. 7. Scc.-Trcas. honcot-to-goodne- At this joyous holiday season we turn in gratitude to you, our friend and patron. We heartily thank you for the t good will you have shown us. Our friendships are our dcad-and-gon- c. asset; and the spirit of the days, with its timehonored customs, provides opportunity for us to greet you. We W tf extend our most cordial greetings and best wishes for your peace, prosperity and happiness and for those whose happiness de great-grandfath- pendsupon you. Sincerely yours, Carson (L Co. great-grandfath- r, one-thir- er en-ti- ro - 1 Notice Tobacco Growers V ts EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. up-fo- co to-dn- OH! I SEE! f Pic. K b. e. 'A" Miss Dowcy Johnson, of near here, Mr. Dowoy Bean, of Bowling Green, Is visiting relatives Jn tho county Is spending tho week with friends and 4- - We Thank this week. thick and fast relatives In Rochester. Miss Blanch Pnrk, of Beaver Dam, Soldier boys nro nrrlvlng homo bo wo can't begin to keep Is tho guest of Miss Edna Black, of near town, for tho wcok. tab on them. Mrs. J. A. Illlbro nnd children, of Miss Mary Bean Is homo from Portsmouth, Ohio, to visit her par Nocreek, aro guests of ShorJff S. A. Brntcher and Mrs. Ilratchcr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bean. Mr. Odo Selliert, of Ml. Carmcl, 111., Mr. Edward Duke, of Stone, Ky nt homp for tho wcok with his Is spending the holidays hero with his children nnd Mr. and Mrs. A. Grigsby. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Duke. Is- Keep The Young Folks At Home ! How to keep the children at home evenings : That's the question that faces many parents. Too old to be disciplined, too young to select desirable environment, just how to handle children in their teens is a problem. Why not make the home so at- tractive that they'll want to stay there? 1 V First we want to extend our friends and patrons our sincere thanks for their liberal patronage through the year Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. By your generous assistance the year has been' a successful one. Merchandise along many lines has been scarce, but we have done our utmost in trying to keep stock in good condition, as well as keep the price down. The future, no one can foretell, tut as in the past, we will do our best to supply your needs in the best way possible. We wish you Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Acton, of MichiMr. Henry James, deputy tax com missioner, was hero Monday confer- gan, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stovo ring with Tax Commissioner, Ward. Ellis nnd family. Mrs. Acton is a sister of Mrs. Ellis. Mr. Danto Bennott, of Decatur, Mr. French Autry, of Islnnd StaAla., arrived hero Wednesday to visit relatives and friends for a fow days. tion, Is spending Christmas hero, the guest of his unclo nnd uunt, Mr. and Miss Norino Black, who has been Mrs. Cicero Crowder. nltcndlng Logan Femalo Collcgo, at Gross Schroader, stationed at Camp RiisRcllvllle, is at homo for tho holi Jackson, S. C, 13 spending a short days. leavo ,of absence In and near HartMr. and Mrs: II. L. Tnylor, of Toc- - ford with friends nnd relatives. coa, On., arrived Monday to visit Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. Davis Royal, of Taylor's parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Fordsvllle, are spending several days Ford. with Mrs. Royal's parents, Mr. and If you need Farming Implements, Mrs. J. T. Wnllaco and other relawrite Fordsvlllo Pinning Mill Co., tives near town. they can furnish you at reasonable prices. Mrs. W. W. Hnrris, Wife of tho local manager of tho Cumberland One, two nnd three ply roofing, Telephone Company, went to Mortons k roof, Gnp, Wednesday, to visit her partho sort that makes a ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Slsk. found at W. E. ELLIS & Bro's. 23t4 Mr. Bill Kceno, of Trlsler, visited Wesley Daniel, of Fordsvllle, is re- this office Monday, and will be pleasported in a recent casualty list ns antly remembered by the editors by hnvlng been slightly wounded, in reason of some fine smoking tobacco ho was good enough to bring us. France. no-lea- t t & 4 Capt. A. B. Riley has been disCapt. E. B. Pendleton went to Owensboro Monday, where ho will re- charged from military service, nnd main for a few days under medical Is now with his family in Evansvllle. The Captain will return soon to Harttreatment. ford for the practice of medicine Mr. Bill Riley and wife will spend again. Christmas day with Mrs. Riley's parMr. Waltman Brooks, after spendents, Mr. and Mrs. Silo Taylor, at ing a few days here, the guest of Mr. Greenville. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, .returned to his Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hcavrin left command at West Point, yesterday. Tuesday for Owensboro. They will Mr. Brooks is in tho artillery branch also visit relatives in Hawesvillc of the service. while away. Oda Powers, Davo Smith, Elbert Go to W. II. BAIZE, next door to and Elvis Murphy, of Siinnydale, were day on Bank of Hartford, for Ladles' and arrested here Christmas gents' Silk Ho3e, Scarfs, Handker- charges of breach of tho peace. Bond for each was fixed at $50.00 for chiefs and etc. their appearance in Police Court toMr. Ray Cook, of Camp Taylor, morrow. came down Sunday for n six days Mrs. Alva Kirk, of Route u, who furlough with his parents, Judgo and has heen with her husband at Camp Mr. Wado Martin Is visiting Mrs. Mack Cook. .The Hartford Republican McClellan, Ala., for quite a time, has at Cromwell this week. returned home. Mrs. Kirk expects The nnmo of Elvis Johnson, of Bar.DECEMBER 2" 4 and C Inch drain tile, and 24 inch rets Ferry, appeared in the casualty that her husband will bo mustered list, published Monday, among those out of service and return home at an well tile. early date. ' W. E. ELLIS & Bro. wounded In France. 23t4 M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLK. outh Bound, No. 116 Bertron Magan, of Beech Valley, Mr. Webber Clark, who has been 05 . in. Duo at Hartford Mr. James Billing, of Glasgow, Is nltcndlng school at Bowling Green, and- Miss Sadie Edge, of Adaburg, tho guest of tho family of Rev. A. D. Korth Bound, No. 114 were married by Judge Cook, in the came down to spend the holidays with 6. 45 p. m. Litchfield. Due at Hartford county clerks office Monday. Mr. his parents, at Rockport. (Both "Mixed" Tralui.) Magan is twenty and Miss edge is Miss Mattyo Duke, who has been Miss Maurino Martin and Miss Just sweet sixteen. Tho young couteaching at Campbellsvllle, is at homo Harriet Fleoner, left Tuesday for a ple are getting an early start on their this week. Christmas visit with .Miss Gorin Flce-ne- r, matrimonial voyage. Personal News at Harrlsburg, Ark. Miss Verna Duke, of Greenville, Is Messrs HInton Leach, Oscar Ben-et- t, spending tho week with her mother, James Phipps and Glenn Tinsley, County Clerk, Claude Blenkenshlp, Kuents, and Social at Dundee. who have bepn In the S. A T.. C, Lexwent to Owensboro Saturday to see his who is there under ington, have been finally mustered out of service and aro at home here "Mr. Isaac Foster, is hero from treatment of a physician. for tho holl.days. They will return Central City, to spend a few days Mr. J. W. Thomas, of Narrows, was with his family. Mrs. Ernest Blrkhead and Misses to Lexington to enter K. S. U., as Jn town Monday. Martha Carolyno Pate and Mary War- regular students onm January the 6th. spent tho weok end in Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haley and Infant Esquire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, child, of Utlca, arc guests of Mr. and ren Collins PASTOR RUSSELL Louisville, Christmas shopping. was lu town Monday. WALKER REMEMBERED Mrs. Steve Ellis. Tho Hartford Baptist congregation Mr. M. B. Barnard will leave 'With contributed quite a nlco lot of very Capt. John G. Keown Is here for See ad in this paper about the New his family, early in the year, for useful presents to Rev. Wnlkor and tho wcok with his family. Edison sold by West Point, Miss., whero ho will enfomlly by way of remombranco and as FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. gage in farming uml stock raising. an ovldenco of tho osteom in which Miss Mattyo Tlchonor went to Rov. Walker Is held by his church Tuesday, for tho holidays. Four cars of corn woro shipped The Womans Club will meet with week, for which Mrs. Ira Benn tomorrow afternoon. hero. from Hartford last Sheriff S. A. Bratchor and Jailer every article In stock $1.30 per bushel was paid. Now store An interesting program has been preWorth Tlchenor woro delegated, emabsolutely now. pared and a full attendance Is desir- powered and entrusted to mako tho W. II. BAIZE. Tho two months old baby of Mr. ed. delivery as substitutes for Santa and Mrs. Estll Funk, of Clear Run, They used wheolbarrows Claus. last-weoMr. Luther Ward, who wont from though instead of sleighs and as Bro. A complete line of shirts, ties and died of erysipelas Bed a to Illinois thirty years ago, is collars at Walker was not furnished with an Mr. Garfield Barnard and family, visiting for the first time tho scenes of Inventory W. II. BAIZE'S now store. of tho things started to him of Dundee, woro Christmas guosts of his boyhood. Mr. Ward's family Is via tho Tlchenor and Brntcher route with him. Mr. Wade Martin is spending tho Supt. E. S. Howard and family. ho does not know whether any of tho week visiting relatives near Crompresents were lost in transit. you owe us on subSend us what Miss Daisy Wedding, who is teachwell. scription and wo will credit you with ing lu tho Girl's High School, of Fair-mouCARD OF THANKS. West Virginia, is hero for the Lieut. Royco Iglehcnrt, of Battle sending us a Now Years present. I wish sincerely to thank the memholidays, with her father, Judge R. bers of tho Fordsvlllo Crook, Michigan, Is at home on furChristian Squlro George Martin, wife and lit- 11. Wedding. lough. church for tho beautiful and valuable tle son, of Muncio, Intl., aro spending present which they sent mo. Tho Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. gift Is gratefully appreciated by their For quality try my lino of Diamond the holidays hero with relatives. will meet in regular session Dec. 28tb, pastor. Island groceries. Nono hotter. Mrs. LaVaughn Hill, of Lima, Ohio, at 7 P. M. All members aro urged to W, II. BAIZE. WALTER GREEP. is tho guest of ho uncle, Mr. E. D. attend, as much business of Importance is on hand. EAST VIEW. Pastures fairly good picking nt Cox and Mrs. Cox, of this place. Farmers nro very busy stripping Christmas is a feature of tho winter A number of men from this and and delivering their tobacco. Miss Kennedy Collins, who has of 1918. been attending Bowling Grcon Busi- adjacent communities will bloom out Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of OwensIn now suits Christmas judging boro, spent tho weok end In this comS. Bean, of Horso Branch, ness College, came homo Saturday. Mrs. J. by tho number going to Owensboro munity with friends. 4s tho guest of Dr. L. B. Bean, her Esqulro James A. Bollng, of Nar- tho first of tho week, carrying suit father-in-laMiss Tula King, of Adaburg, recently spent u fow days visiting Mrs. rows, moved to his farm, on tho Hart- casos. Lou Smith. Mr. Cecil Felix, who has been re- ford and Hardlnsburg road, three Messrs. George Pntton nnd W. T. Fist Sergeant Clinton F. Barnett, cently employed in Tonnesseo, is at miles east of town, last wuuk. youngest son of the lato Rov. W. B. French wero In Owensboro, Wedneshomo this week. Mr. Charlie King, linotype operator Barne(t, was killed in action on Sep- day, with tobacco. Mr. B. J. French made a business Miss Lureno Collins came up from on tho Central City Argus, with his tember 2Gth, according to a telegram to spend the holidays with wife and baby, cum a over Saturday received by Mrs. Barnett from tho trip to Habit, Thursday. rocnvlllo Mr. IL T. French was lu OwensboWestern Christher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randall to spend tho holidays with his par- War Department. ro, Saturday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Klug. ian Advocate. i Collins. "The Phonograph With a Soul." Will help keep the young folks at home. It will mfikfi vnnr limisp i ppnt.nr fnr vnnr pViilrlvpn's fVipnrlc And vou can feel safe about their surroundings. What rollicking good times the New Edison assures. The young people can dance to it; sing with it; and then, as their mood becomes quieter, can slip in some of the beautiful Grand Opera aries and listen to the world's greatest artists. i, They can hear Anna Case, Marie Rappold, Matzenauer, Chalmers and other great stars sing their best roles exactly as they render them on the stage of the Metropolitan. Not a mere imitation, you understand, but a so complete and perfect that when artist an dinstrument sing in comparison no human ear can distinguish the one from the other. The famous Edison tone tests have proved this hundreds of times. For your children's sake as well as for your own you should investigate the New Edison. Call to- morrow for a demonstration. Laz-zarN, The New Edison i a joyful yuletide, and a prosperous, happy New Year. Sincerely your friends, f Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 2km&&CK ,....: ROWAN HOLBKOOK, Sec. & Treas. J. F. ItOBERTS, Prcs. C. T. SHANKS, V. V. A. BRESLER, Ass't. Sec. & Trca3. The - Daviess County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) Is now open for business. We will take care of any business intrusted to us and see that eveiy 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. - stop-mothe- r, I J.B.TAPPAN Wishes all his friends and patrons a happy and pros- -t perous New Year, and has tried to show them he ap preciates their patronage by never being higher, but in many instances lower than the same high quality goods can be bought at other places. He will continue to treat you in this live and let live way if you will entrust to him a portion of your patronage in the future. Lots of nice New Year s presents. Also eye glasses carefully fitted. n, J. B. TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. IIEFLIN. Mrs. Tom Tanner and son, John went to Hartford Saturday shopping. Tho two small children of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson's, Anna Bell and Hazel who wero poisoned Sunday m morning by drinking lemonade aro CROMWELL. j getting along nicely. Mrs. Arglo W. Leach visited Mrs. Mr. John Nance, of Owensboro, vlsUed tho family of Mr. N, M. Russell G. W. Leach of Prentiss, last week. Mr. II. T. Drake has sold his housu from Friday until Sunday. Mr. Jan Thomasson and son. Noble, and lot to Mr. T. W. Wallace and will wont to Owensboro Monday with a niovo to Beaver Dam, the first of loud of tobacco. Mrs. Dyer Davis and two children. Mr. Hlpsloy Rlggs who has been working in Alabama, has returned of Rob Roy, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. Borah. homo. Mr. Rurlc Brill, of Camp Jackson. Mr. Paul Russel who has been in tho service of bis country, has receiv- ! S. C,, is at homo on a ton days fur- ed his discharge and arrived homo I lough. Ittiv. Ulreh Khli'lilK nreaehpil hnnv Friday night In good time for ChristHis mother says ho is tho Sunday morning. mas. Mrs. Laura Stewart and little son largest but most highly appreciated Christmas present sho over received. James Coleman, visited friouds anil Mr. Vnsco Balrd, who is at home relatives in Reaver Dam, last weok. Mr, Birch Shields, of Camp Knox Ik on a furlough, is spending tho holidays with his wifo nud paronts, Mr. at homo on a uhurt leavo of ab.sonco. tlm-yea- and Mrs. E. C. Baird, of Chapman neighborhood. Mr. N. M. Russell nnd family visited Mr. S. L. Whltakor Sunday. Mr. Arthur Balrd who has been stationed at West Point, has received his dischargo and has arrived homo. !!lvi.I.IH'"llMliii'l w. . . A.5 T1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. land situated In Ohio County, Ky., 1)0 sold sulijoct to tho homestead 'MASTER MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 'will and bounded as follows: On tho north interest of tlio widow, L.ctna juc by a dirt road leading from Horton to Ohio Circuit Court. Klnnnv. Ohio Circuit Court Iloslne; on tho cant by tho lands of I will nlso sell nt tho samo tlmo U. S. Carson, etc., Plaintiff. Ansel Wilson, on tho south by tho I. Vs; Salllo D. Jackson, etc., Plaintiff. CIRCUIT COURT. and placo on tho samo terms, tho C. Railroad and on tho west by tho Vs. following lots In tho Sowdor's ad- Mary Collins, ct nl., Defendants. Judge It. W. Slack, Owentboro. Dy vlrturo of n judgment nnd order lands of Mrs. Snoll, being a portion Halllo T. Jackson, ct nl, Dofendant. dition to tho town of Ucavcr Dam, of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, en- of tho William Wilson farm and con- - Com'th, Attorney C. E. Smith, HartUy vlrturc of a JudBomcnt and orCourt, llcing lots Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 tered at its November term, 191S, Ivoycd to Mr3. Ansol Wilson by Susan der of sale of tho Ohjo Circuit ford. entered at Its Novcmhcr term, 1918, and IS In block D. Nos. 10, 11 nnd 12 directing mo as Commissioner to sell ' K. Wilson, ct nl, on January 'it, liiOO, division In lllock T., Nos. 13, 14, 15 nnd 16 tho horolnnftor real cstato for tho 'and of record In deed hook 22, page Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. for the purpose of a snlo and real !ln mock K., 9 in block J, Nos. 19, 20, purposo of settling tho estato of Mario i5G7, Ohio County Clerk's office described of the horolnnftcr Otto C. Mar,t u In lllnnk O. Nna 21. Wolnsholmer, deceased, paying tho notfitn which Is Jointly owned uy inc..,, oo oi jt j3 expressly understood that Mnster Commissioner action, and for theq2j 03' and 24 in Ulock K, being tho debts thereof and a division of tho ro - 'theH 1 G acres set out and described tin, Hnrtford. parties to this payment of tho costs 01 tno acuon ";snmo lots conveyed to S. P. McKlnncy .maimicr or tno proceeds, ir any, n answer of Mary Wilson Dennett Koown, well as tho costs of this sale, I wlUlI)JP tno Hvnnsvlllo Iirowlng Company, 'among tho parties ontltlcd thoreto, I nnd Mary Wilson Uonnctt guardian Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Hnrtford, offer for salo at piumc outcry, 10 wiu ,)y (lced (lntcd Jlin0f 4tll( lgl7 nn,i ot wm offer ror salo at puuuc outcry tof0r Anccl Wilson, is not Included In tho highest and best bidder, nt tho tho land ordered sold herein. hlchest and best bidder, at the Court rprnr,, ln ,,pc.i 1,00k 53. naco 21. 1st Monrtny In March I a days House door, in Hartford, Ky., on. Excepting therefrom tho following Court House door In Hnrtford, Tho purchaser will bo required to ot January, 1919, at lotg BOi(1 0). g p jicKlnnoy to on Monday, January 0th, 1919, execute bond Immediately nttor salo tho 6th Com'th. nnd Civil. nliout tho hour of ono o'clock p. " ti,cr ualncs. Nos. 13. 11, 15, 1G, 17 .it being tho first dny of tho regular with security approved by tho Com- 1st Monday ln May 12 dnyi Civil. following dcscriuea reai esuuo " ,i ig in block D. Nos. 10, 11 nnd term 01 tno unio rouiity court, nt missioner, tho duo nnd payable In six ho i mock T, ns shown by deed ot about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M. on and twclvo mouths nnd a Hen will be 1st Monday ln July 12 days Ohio County, Kentucky: Lying near Rockport and bounded recora j tho Ohio County Clerk's of - in credit of six months, tho following retained ns additional security. Com'th. nnd Civil. US IUIIUWHi IICO 111 dOCd IIOOK II .1, IiagO -- !. uvuin:u tviii urwiu luunuu in 11,111- - Given under my hnnd as ComOhio Ueginning at the S. B. corner of ,lso tho following lots sold to Fred ford, house County, Kentucky, t: Ky., missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court 3d Monday In September 12 days and lot in Hartford, A M. A. Hadcn's lot on Denton street; irnonpr. i,v s. P. McKlnncy. Nos. 21. this tho lGth day of Dccembor, 19 IS. Civil. thence S. Sl1 W. 9 rods and 18,02 nnd 23 In Block II, as shown by located on tho corner of Clay nnd l.o- OTTO C. MARTIN, 1th Monday ln November 12 days llnks to tho S. W. corner to Harrcl deed of record In tho Ohio County cua or (Dog street) fronting on Clny 2Ct3 Mnster Commissioner. Brothers' lot; thence S. 9Vi K. G rods Clerk's ofllco ln deed book 53, pago Street, and bounded on the south by M. L. Heavrln, J. S. Glenn, Com'th. nnd Civil. Clay street, on tho West uy Locus or nnd four links to n stono; thence S. 58. Attorneys. S. W. mm W. 4 rods and 24 links to 83 Leaving the following lots which (Dog street) on the North by lot COUNTV COURT. corner of Q. M. Benton's lot; thence nro ordered sold by this order: Nos. owned by John Sutton, and on tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SAM-:- . E. 20 rods to n stono ln the 13, 14, 15 and IG ln Block K, No. 9 East by lot owned by M. L. Heavrln. S. Moots first Monday in each month. Being same property conveyed to lino of bottom land; thence S. 79 In Block J, Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 Ohio Circuit Court. Judgo Mack Cook. E. 13 rods and 16 links to a corner and 24 in Block Q. and No. 21 in Mnrlo C. Rial (Wclnshelmor) by C. J. Lawton, Commissioner of this Ohio L. L. Arbucklc, etc., Plaintiff. nf wnst slilo of Benton street If ex- - Block R. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Vs: 28 VI E. 29 rods tnniletl: thence S. Tho purchaser will bo required to Circuit Court, on September 3, 1SSG, Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. and 12 links to a stone; thenco S. execute bonds with security to bo ap- and which deed is of record in W. A. Evnns, etc., Defendent. By vlrturo of judgment and order 49 Vi W. 56 rods and 22 links to a proved by the Commissioner, immedi- Comrs. Deed Book A, pago 194, Ohio Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. stake at low water mark; thenco up ately after sale, paynblo in six nnd County Clerk's office, and being samo of sale directed to mo by the Ohio Superintendent E. S. Howard. binding on low water mark twelve months and a lien will bo re- property Inherited by tho parties to Circuit Court at its November term, said river Jnllcr Worth Tlchonor. to sugar treo on bank of Green River tained on tho lands sold as additional this action from tho decedent, Mario 191S, In the nbovo styled action for C. Welnshelmcr. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. tho purposo of a salo and division of nt mouth of Doe Run; thenco N. 35 security. Tho purchaser will bo required to tho proceeds, I will offer for salo nt ComE. 104 poles to a sweet gum, a3h and Given under my hand as Surveyor C. S. Moxlcy. W. to tho missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court cxecuto bond with security to bo ap- public outcry to tho highest and hickory; thenco N. 31 Coronei1 E. P. Rodgcrs. proved by tho Commissioner, payable best bidder on a credit of six public road on I. C. It. It. right of this, December, 14th. 1918. in six months and Hen will be retain- months nt the Court House door in way; thence with said road and right OTTO G. MARTIN, FISCAL COURT. ed ns additional security. Hnrtford, Kentucky, on Monday, Jnn-uarof way westwardly to Jackson's Alley 25t3 Master Commissioner. 6th, 1918, it being tho first day Given under my hand as Comopening on I. C. right of way; thence M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. Meets Tuesday after first Monday missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court of the regulnr term of tho Ohio Counmm S. 30 E. 255 feet with east side of this alley to N. E. corner' Elizabeth Kevll's MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. this the 14th day of December, 191S. ty Court, at about tho hour of one In January, April and Octobor. OTTO C. MARTIN, o' clock, P. M., tho following describ- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, lot; thenco with her lot lino S. 15 E. 2513 ed real estate located near Heaver Mnster Commissioner. 10 rods nnd 13 links to corner of Ohio Circuit Court. Routo 3. M. L. Heavrln, Barnes nnd Smith, Dam, in Ohio County, Kentucky: same; thenco with her line south Dellah Ranney, et al., Plaintiffs. Certain lots in tho Sowdor's ad- 'J111I District Sam L. Stevens, BeavAttorneys. 23 Vi W. 3 rods and 5 links to tho lino Vs; dition to tho town of Beaver Dam, er Dam. of Wakeland's lot; thenco his lino Hilda Ranney, et al., Defendants. to corner of same; thenco ?ol S. 39 Q. B. Brown, Simmons. By vlrturo of a judgment and or- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ky., together with all tho Improve ftnl District ments thoreon, and described ns folN. 82 Vi W. 315 feet to a stono In der of sale directed to me by the lows: viz: Being lot No. G, Block O. Ith District O. W. Howe, 'Center-tow- n. Ohio Circuit Court. Ham's lino; thence with lines of Ohio Circuit Court, entered at Its on East side of Main Street, being Ham's lot to corner of J. L. Hendric November term, 1918, for the pur A. D. Kirk, et, al., Plaintiffs, fifty feet front and ono hundred and 5tli District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze-towVs. lot; thence with his lot lino to S. W. pose of a sale and division of the pro corner of said Hendrle's lot; thenco ceeds, I will offer for salo at public Mary A. Anderson, etc., Defendents. seventy five feet deep. Also lot No. 17 fronting on Sow By vlrturo of a judgement and or with another of the Hendrlo lot lines outcry to tho highest and best bidder N. 9 W. 11 rods and 1 link to Plum on a credit of six and twelve months, der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, der's street, In Block, O, said lot be- (Ith District W. S. Denn, Dundee. of term, 191S, for tho ing fifty feet front nnd one hundred 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. street; thenco with south side nt tho Court Houso door in Hartford. entered at its Plum street S. SI W. 9 rods and 22 Kentucky, on Monday, January, Gth, nurnose of navlne the luduements of nnd seventy 11 vo feet deep to an alley Ktli District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hartlinks to west side of Benton street; 1919, It being the first day of tho the plaintiffs herein, amounting to A plot of said lots Is on n file In tho ford, Routo 5. west side of Ben- regular term of tno Ohio county $250.00 with tho Interest thereon at 'County Clerk's ofllco of Ohio County. thence north with property ton street to the beginning. Court, about tho hour of one the rate of 6 per cent per annum Ky.,N.and being samo deceased, deeded HARTFORD. by Ira F. Arbucklo. (2.) Being a certain tract of land o'clock at M., the following describe from tho 17th day of April, 1916, un-lt- o P. his upon which there is a dwelling house, o'clock, P. M., the following described til paid, and all costs including the Arbucklo and Annie Arbucklo, Mayor J. E. Bean. lying In Ohio County, Kentucky, on real estato situated in Ohio County, costs of this snle, I will offer for Kile wife, on April 7th, 190S, nnd shown Clerk J. A. Howard. at public outcry to the highest and by deed recorded In Deed Hook No. tho bank of Green Hiver. known as Kentucky, 32, Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowo. tho "Shaft Place", for a more partiBeginning at a beech S. W. corner best bidder, on a credit of six and office, page 559, Ohio County Clerk's E. P. Casebler. cular description of this land see to John James survey, a corner to twelve months, at tho Court House Marshal Tho purchnser will bo required to record of deeds from A. W. and E. W. James Shields, thence N. 1 E. 160 door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon I. R. and Mary F. Nlcholls poles to a black gum and two small day the Gth of January, 1919, at execute bond with security to bo apDavis and about the hour of one o'clock p. 111. , proved by the Commissioner, payable to S. A. Jackson; and also sco decis- white oak pointers; thence N. 88 ions of the Ohio Circuit Court In the W. 100 poles to a white oak ln tho following described real estate, in six months and a Hen will be re- We Knock the Spots Out of ThJngi tained on tho property sold as an adestablishment of a line In case of S. A. Shield's lino; thenco S. 1 W. 160 "A certain lot described in deed of ditional security. Jackson, YS., Lem Curtis, and others, poles to a maplo and small gum: as ComGiven under my hand said land Is bounded as follows: Be- thence S. 8S E. 100 poles to the Rowan Holbrook, Commissioner, to ginning nt a sugar treo and beech 011 oeglunlngi containing 100 acres, more L. C. Naplor, dated March, 7th, 1900, missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court N. this tho 14th day of Dccembor. 191S. bounded ns follows: the bank of Green River; thence ash or less. OTTO C. MARTIN, On tho north side by Bluff street; 25 E. 104 poles to a sweet gum, The purchaser will be required to Master Qommlssloner. rrench Dry Cleaned and Preii 4 U and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 140 execute bond Immediately after sale east by Short Street; on the south by 2513 M. C. Crow, Attorney. Superlcr Manner. poles to two white oaks and two with security to be approved by the the property of Mrs. Agnes Sneddon W. to hickories; thence S. 42 Commissioner, said bonds to be pay- and on the west by Long street, In bank of Green River; thence down able In six and twelve months re- tho town of Rockport, Ohio County, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Send ui your GarmonU and Bar the same to the beginning, contain- spectively and a lien will bo retained Kentucky and known as tho Jane v Ohio Circuit Court. Them ing 100 acres. Which tract of land on the real estate sold as additional William's lot and being the same lot Alice Woodburn. et al.. Plaintiffs. was conveyed to the plaintiff. Salllo security until the payment of both conveyed to Mary A. Anderson by W. CLEANED CLUAN Vs. Notice of sale. day of S. Nichols and wife on the IJ. Jackson, on the 3rd day of August, bonds In full. which deed Is of record ln the office Arthur Her, et al., Defendants. 1S98, by Elizabeth L,. Jackson which Packages called for and uelrrarM. ComGiven under my hands as deed is ot record in deed book, 8, missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court of the Clerk of the Ohio County By vlrture of a judgment and order . page page, 475, Ohio County Clerk's of- this the 14th day of December, 191S. Court In deed book No. of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB The purchaser will be required to fice. OTTO C. MATIN, execute bond with security to bo ap- rendered at its Sept. term, 191S, in (3.) A certain tract of land situ 25t3 Master Commissioner, A. Iva Nail, Prop. proved by the Commissioner nnd a the above styled action, for the purated and lying in the County of onto, M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. Hen will,, bo retained as additional poso of .1 sale and distribution of the State of Kentucky, near the town of i HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. Said bonds to bo ln equal proceeds among the joint owners of Itockport, beginning at a gum, ash SALE. security. payable proportion in six and and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 49 MASTER COMMISSIONER'SCourt. Ohio Circuit the land herein described, I will offer months,- - respectively poles to a stake or stono; thenco N. GOOD as Com for sale at public outcry to tho highGiven under my hand 2 E. 40 poles to a stone; thence N. T. H. Tatum, Plaintiff. Vs; missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, est and best bidder at the Court 77 W. 80 poles to a certain beech and E. 50 poles to Novella Tichenor, et al. Defendants. this the 13th. day of December, 191S. gum; thence S. 31 Houso door in Hartford, Ky., on MonBy vlrture of a Judgment and orOTTO C. MARTIN. tho beginning, containing 20 acres, Secured or Your Money Back day, January 6th, 1919, on a credit of der of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court 25t3 Master Commissioner. uioro or less. If you tako tbo Drnnghon Training, the sold subject to a entered at its November term, 1918, HEAVRIN & KIRK, Attorneys. six and twelve months, nt about the Said land to be trainlm; that business nin lndomo. Yon above styled action directing mail. Wrlto lolau hour of ono o'clock P. M., tho follow- can tako It at atUtge or I'll MJKIXEKK COLLEQK rental lease held by Rockport Coal in the Commissioner to sell tho hereDBU'UIIO.VS mo as MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ing described property, t: Co. l'dach. kr inafter described property for the Being samo land conveyed to Salllo purpose of the division of the proCertain tracts of land situated in Ohio Circuit Court. II. Jackson on August 3rd, 1S98, by ceeds among tho parties entitled C. M. Crowe, Admrs., etc., Plaintiff. Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as John T. Jackson, which deed is of thereto, I will offer for sale nt public Vs; outcry to tho highest and best bidder, Mary A. Wilson, et nl., Defendants. follows: record in deed book. . . . pago Tract No. 1. Beginning at an ash, on a credit of six and twelve months, Ohio County Clerk's office. By vlrture of a judgment and orEYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Tho purchaser will be required to at the Court House door in Hartford, der of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, south corner of school lot, In Z. Har-rel- 's after Kentucky, on Monday, January, 6th. entered at Its November, 1918, term execute bonds, immediately And Fitting of Glasses line; thence S. 47 E. 12 poles to salo, with security to be approved by 1919, it being the first day of the In tho abovo styled action directing a stake near a black gum and maple, payMasonic tho Commissioner. Said bonds re- regular term of tho Ohio County me as Commissioner ot tho said Court Z. OWIiNSBORO. KY. Barrel's und Coal company's cor- Temple able In six and twelve months Court, at about tho hour of ono to sell tho hereinafter described land Hen will bo retained o'clock P. M. the following described for tho purposo of dividing tho pro- ner; thence N. 32 spectively and a poles to E. 40 on tho real estato sold as additional real estato, located ln Ohio County, ceeds, after tho payment of all costs a stone near a red oak, J. T. Carter's tho payment of each Kentucky, security until ncludtng the costs of this sale, among corner; thence N. 47 W. 44 poles and USELIV-VER-LAbond in full. X One tract or parcel of land In Ohio ofI 17 links to a stako, being Carter's my hand as Com- County, Kentucky, on tho waters of the parties entitled thereto, will Given under fer for salo a public outcry to the of tho Ohio Circuit Court, tho North fork ot Muddy Creek and highest and best bidder at tho Court corner, thenco S. 43 23 poles to missioner W. this tho 14th day of December. 1918. bounded as follows: Beginning at a Houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Mon- a stake in corner ot school lot; thenco OTTO C. MARTIN, McDowell's corner; thence day the 6th day of January, 1919. it with lino of school lot, S. 45 E. 39 btono P. II. Master Commissioner 25t3 with his line N. 9. E. 98 poles to a being tho first day of tho pegular stone, ash, beech and mnple, pointers term of the Ohio County Court, at poles and 12 links to the beginning. M. L. Heavrln,, Attorney. ln his lino; thenco S. 67 E. 17S poles about tho hour of ono o'clock, P. M Containing 7.95 acres. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to a btono, beech and two dogwoods on a credit of six and twclvo months,' Tract No. 2. Beginning at n corand threo hickories In Edward's lino; tho following described real estato, ner near school house nt S. W. corner Ohio Circuit Court. E. 32.8 situated in Ohio County, Kontucky, thenco with tho samo S. 1 of tract; thence N. 83 E. 34 poles and poles to a post oak and hickory, point- near Rosine. Martin Flenor, etc., Plaintiffs. 13 u corner near well; thenco er, corner with P. II. McDowell: Vs; Tract No. 1. Beginning at two N. links to 13 poles Letlin McKinnoy, et. al Defendents. thenca with his line S. 54 V2 W. 77 whlto oaks on tho side corner of Gl E. and 6 links to Feel tight nil tho time. Don't lay ofi By vlrturo of a judgment and or- poles to u stono on a branch where near school building; from work for days by taking calomo thenco N. 81 E. der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, nn ash und sugar treo stand, Wm. Wilson's; black oaks; thenco 40 tho corner 4G N. thonco N. poles to three W. 50 poles and 13 when pleasant Lie- - Vtt'Lax keeps yor directed to mo at its November, term, his corner; thenco with another 45 E. 62 poles to 11 gum, hickory links to a corner In luno to "Haytl;" on your feet, whilorcliovingyour troulj 127 1918, for tho purposo of settling tho of his lines N. 67 W. E. 44 estato of S. P. McKinnoy, deceased poles to tho beginning containing und black oak; thenco 15 whlto poles thonco S. 52 W. 23 poles and 5 le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don and and paying the Indobeness against 100 acres more or less, and be- to two 9 hickories poles to a whlto oak; links to cornor in said lane; thenco S. tako anything else. You can't nfTorc oak W. 104 it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bys wild estato, together with all costs of ing 100 ncres off the south side of a thenco E. 7 poles and 4 links to tho torn and relieves constipation. A natthis action nnd sule, I will offer for tract of 225 acres deeded to Jas. II. and beech on a lino of original sur- 14 thonco Mandy Martin line; thence N. 80 highest Thomas and Mlnnlo E. Thomas by S. vey, being Plgman's 4172; ural remedy, natural in its actions, Burt nalo at public outcry, to tho 29 W, lino of and best bidder, at tho Court Houso P. und Jennie McDowell on March IG, with a 198 poles tho samo N.standing E. 4 poles nnd 3 links to Mandy Mar- in its olTcct and certain in results. II to won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vc-La- x wit door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- 1917 by deed of record In deed book about 27 E. 24 completely displace calomel in ever day January 6th, 1919. at about tho number 37 page 3G1, Ohio County 90 poles; S. big E. from a largo whlto tin's corner; thenco S. 9 diroad; thenco on a poles and 20 links to beginning, con- homci Children can tako it freely ant ono o'clock P. M. on a credit Clerk's ofllco and convoyed by said oak on the hour of rect to stako standing 90 poles with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar acres, more or less. ot six and twelve months, tho follow- Thomases to William Baltzcll and S. 7 linefromn threo black oaks, corner taining 8 E. $1 Non ontcca. ing described real estato located In Dennis Tichenor by deed of date Tho purchaser will be required to genuino 50c and tho in bottles. eigne big tho without likeness and tho Sowder's addition to the town of March 14, 1908, of record In deed to Wm. Wilson's land on S. 7. E, execute bond immediately after salo with Wilson's tuxo otL.K, Grigsby. For ealo by Beaver Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky: book Number 46, at page 443, Ohio j road: thenco two wn,to Cortaln lota In tho Sowdor's ad- county court and tlio 8C P,M t0 Wilson's S. 7oaks: 8Gthonco with approved scurlty. A Hen will 1. H. W1H.IAMH. Hartfor K poles also be retained on said land as addition to tho town of Heaver Dam, interest hereby cSivwod wm by wlU:B,n wlth nnU' ihnnpn E. .iimln with wlilio with tho Improvements thoreon, bo-i- of the said William Baltzcll which Is ditional security. lots Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 13. of record in will book E, at pago 107, Wilson's S. 21 E. 32 poles to a chestGiven under my hand this tho 19th 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, all of said lots Ohio County Clerk's office, devised to nut; thenco S. 41 E. 52 poles to two hickories and dogwood on a branch; day of Dccembor, 1918. lying In block E. and fronting on tho grantors. E. 58 poles to a black OTTO C. MARTIN. oast kIiIo of Broad street, each lot beTho intorest of tho Infant de- thenco S. 24 W. 2G polos to a ing 50 foot front and 160 feet deep to fendants herein will bo retained as a oak; thence S. 65 25t3 Muster Commissioner. maplo, and black oak; thenco S. 24 an alley. Hen on the land sold. The Purchaser stono; John B. Wilson, Attorney. S. 65 Also lots Nos. 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. 6, 7. 8, will bo required to oxecuto bonds E. 34 poles to a tree; thenco S. 24 thenco 9, 10, 11 and 12 fronting on Mndlsou Immediately after salo with security W. to a sugar E. Street ln Block E . being 50 feet to bo approved 'by the Commissioner, ing 30 poles to tho beginning, contain325 front and running back 100 feet to paynblo In six and twclvo months corded Inacres, moro or less, and reSucceed when everything else falls. deed book 13, pago 113. FOR FLETCHER'S an alley. respectively nnd a Hon will bo retainIn nervous prostration aud ftmalo Excepting 30 acres sold to John And being tho samo property con- ed on tho laud sold as additional se.cakncssc they ore the bupaino Dobbs and 126 acres sold off of said veyed to 8. P. McKlnncy by Fannlo curity. remedy, at thousands have teulified. tract by order of tho Ohio Circuit Rcedor, ot al, by duod dated Juno Given undor my hand as on tho FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND It has boon ntllclully declnred that 8, 1914, nnd of record in doed bonk of tho Ohio Circuit Court Court to Monroo and lying STOMACH TROUBLE pane Ohio County Clark' this tho 14th day of December, 191S. south sldo of the Illinois Central Rail-roi- tho homing pigeon in war Is ninety. leaving 169 acres, moro or less, It ij tho best officio. ever sold OTTO C. MARTIN, soven per cent eincient as n means of ordered sold by this order, over a clrcgglj-'The Rlmvo duscrlbod propoity, to 26t3 counter. MnKtar CommiHsIonur. ' No, 2. About 40 acres of communication. JIQUJUUttUIWl gether with tho imprqymuuts thereon fract Barnes and Smith, Attorneys to-w- lt: DIRECTORY ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco JudgtJ John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Lnngford. HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clork R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDS VI LLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. KcssliiBor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart ford, Ky. Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, FordBvllle Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosine Ky. Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beav er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center- town, Ky. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In. Fobrunry: 1st Monday In April; 1st Monday ln Juno; 1st Mondny In Au gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; lst Mondny in Dccombcr. E. S. County Board of Exnminers Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Duff. 4 3 ,,i 3-- I ' Ken-Mond- ay y, to-wl- 8i tf y, i -- n. ! to-w- it: Jon. 25 nnd 26 Common School Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common Schooh Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Tcncuera Examination (white). May 21 and 25 County Tonchcrs Exninlnntlon (colored). Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Examination (white). Juno 28 nnd 29 County nnd Slato Teachors' Examination (colored). Sept. 20 and 21 County and Examination (whlto). Sept. 27 nnd 2S County and State Stato-Tenchcr- State-Teache- rs' to-w- Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 WILL YOU TAKE OUR 2a GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealir.enl for WEAK, LUNGS 01 CONSUMPTION feellnt. A quick relief (or that tire J, coucht, ptlni in chcit. nltht iweaU. hemor fbacri. weak lime or coniumptlon. K it you il cesli you nolhiol. OHIO MEDICAL CO. FOR ONE MONTH Jott-olbet- p ( ZuZ0Z UHTY DI'OSITIO'N I'lUC-riCA- F, LEXWGTGH, KY, BUSINESS he. taJ Sacrtmr ! TOtr R. Satt EcsIkH CAti fiutlneu. Short Hand, Type Writing and Telegraphr TM10U ant injtutnttet Oolite can da znnrh for jounWutcptmltowrJ ooirtng a kigh milantS !ltlont Diplomafor CIot tilrlI OrariMt iirdM frrfeluatec llrla anytime. DKPAnTMnNT TOIt LAlHi:H,un.crthiarvr- l'rlnolpa.. )00 laJIn attending thla vWionof a Iji-ISomIoo. WILBUR cmnipnt JUnplunnrnl. ThOUMfld (if DR. J. H.THORPE Gd Burfc. homva. FortftrtlruUr,iddrc R. SMITH LEXINQTON, KY-- to-w- lt: NEW NOT OTHER NAME. THE SEWING MACHlNt OF QUALITY.') . I For Lazy Liver and.uDER ANY the Troubles of Constipation. HOME win-bav- v not havonn endless olinln of repairs. ti ,1 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchavj tlio JJi:V HOMK you a llfo nwet nt tlio jirlco you juy, and will i"H Quality 5 Considered it is the Clicipcst in the end tnf J to buy. or Intent Hit If you wantnsewlnir ninohlne wrlin cnuiloguo beforo you purchato. New Home Sewine Machine Co., Orange, Ha&l Electric sifters e a Every Woman Wants' ril 1? Children Cry R IIaJliHTTTn79TV for OASTO 'A d, & caLui"r5l,?n.c1. ww 1 T rinkhr MerCo! tore throat and .ore eye, Econn.r.lr,! .... " . ltrnrrfmarw flU Dutolvcdln wter for douche, ttopr SrA,. Tupu-tisuzz- F'irtT". 11 5 aa-Ba- . P?W. y I fc W Farm Department Profit In Hens. (National Stockman.) Eggs nro now retailing hero nt 73o per dozen. Morchnnts tell mo they .got fow from tlio country and much of the tlmo are unablo to fill orders. On account of the high prices of feed not nearly as many chickens ns usual woro raised this season, nnd for tho .snino reason tho Hocks wintered will ho consldcrobly cut down. So high prices mny ho looked for nil winter. and prospective, Prices, present fully warrant extra feed nnd care for hens. There Is llttlo datigor of making laying hens too fat excopt perhaps In tho case of the big, sluggish Asiatics, kept In conflnmnnt. One of tho most prodtictlvo flocks I over White Legknow were tho pure-bre- d horns that bad corn lying before them all tho tlmo. There Is llttlo danger of overfeeding oithcr tho American or tho Mediterranean breeds. Kept In conflnment lions should havo a variety of feed, and It Is safe to follow 'to tho letter tho rntions mado out and used g In sonio one of tho different contests. Tho question of profit In keeping lions seems never yet to havo been satisfactorily settled. I am now living In town nnd keep 2f hens, nnd keep account of them. I buy my feed, mastly nt wholesalo of farmers, and get a. net profit per hen of right .around $1.50 per year, on n receipt of 10 to 12 'dozen eggs per hen. Ilccauso It costs farmers much loss to keep hens with their free range, they should make n greater profit, but 1 know with most farmers the poultry d. ond often business Is a side-issu- e Kcw kcoj) any account with them and can only guoss at results. I bellovo tho business merits better attention than It generally gets. neg-locto- era' Week nt tho College, January, 2Sth to 31st. It should prove Intensely Interesting to farmors to bo ablo to see tho leading makes of tractors all togothor nnd doing various classes of work. livestock Suggestions. The innnncr In which tho livestock nro wintered determines largely tho profit or loss from them. As a rule. only growing or producing animals should ho wintered, becauso tho ex- penso In feed and enro Is great. Tho breeding stock, young growing animals, dairy cows nnd work stock, must bo wintered, whether this period of feeding takon by Itself proves prof itable or not. Consequently all anl mala must be wintered as economical ly ns possible but this docs not necessarily mean that they should only be fed mifllclcnt to keep them nllvo during this period. Tho Idlo animal should receivo no more feod than necessary to maintain it, and tho niu- turo of this class may even bo allow ed to lose weight, if it can bo replaced with cheap feed next spring without economic loss. Hut it seldom pays to 'allow an animal to gro. . . .mniasla allnw an animal grown and sold for tho pounds it weighs to loso weight, and with the very young animal, tho I dairy cow and breeding stock, to re strict iiiu luuu uiuy uu uiu Kiuuivai ui oxtravagrance. It will often pay better to dispose of nn animal rather than feed it during the winter, but It seldom pays to starvo one. Heo keeping may not seem a very Important branch of agricultural work. Yet ono Now York State man sold $13,000 worth of honey this year. eclved at a certain cheeso factory this fall as in former years, although tho samo number of cows nro supplying milk. Tho patrons of this checso factory aro trying to mako money by feeding their cows sparingly. Wo have never found a dairyman who has mado money by scant feeding. It may bo calculated on papor that to deny a cow a liberal ration will yield a largor profit than correct feeding, bul In practlco tho dairyman who feeds his herd llborally is tho ono money. That is who is mnklng what men keop cows for. The prices of dairy products are with tho now wholly keoplng prices of feeds. If there woro money In dairying boforo tho present In prices of both feeds and dairy products, thoro surely is money in dairying now. If tho farmer finds he ban not sulllclont roughago or can not obtain an adequato supply of feed for his entire herd, It is better for him to dlspnso of n few of his poorest cows nnd feed and caro properly for those that ho retains. There was never n better time to dispose of unprofitable cows than now and It Is nothing short of ridiculous to urgo anyone to keep an unprofitable cow. Tho world Is short of grain nnd forage for cattle. This makes it advantageous for ttyo man with unprofitable cows to dispose of them and thereby snve tho forago so tho good cows may havo an adequato supply. If the patrons of tho chceso factory mentioned abovo would dispose of one-haof their cows, say tho poorest, and feed the remaining so that they would produce twice as much milk as they did when on a poor system of feeding, It would mean a larger net profit and a saving of nt least 25 or more per cent of tho feed of the patrons of that cheese factory. It has been demonstrated beyond doubt that a dairyman who feeds his cows liberally and eliminates tho unprofitable cow will make money. This has always been true and It always will be truo. We havo a record In our ofTico of a herd of 28 cows fed sparingly that did not produce as much milk in a year as a herd of 8 cows fed liberally and the 28 cows consumed more than twico as much feed. Tho man who owned the 28 cows received only enough milk to buy his scrimpy ration, while the man with tho 8 cows, feeding liberally, mado a good profit. Wo havo many such instances on record that w'ero gathered from farms whore tho cows havo been tested. In the faco of such ovldence and facts, no'.sano man will keep a lot of unprofitable cows or feed his herd sparingly. nd-vanlf I moved from tho racks dally and may well bo fed to horses. Tho amount of grain advised is based upon tho supposition that tho lambs havo had grain slnco bolng weaned and aro in good condition, nnd that tho hay was cut at tho right stago nnd put in good condition. If tho lambs havo not had d grain start with of a pound each, and It they aro pretty thin, or tho hay poor thoy will need moro grain than advised. Oats havo novcr proved a profitable grain in a fattening ration under normal relative prices ot oats nnd corn, but for growing lambs they nro valuable; and when tho cost per pound is no greater than that of corn, oats may bo profltnbly fed. Uarloy has n slightly greater feeding valuo per pound than oats. Nono of tho grains need grinding for sheep. It will not pay to feed bran nt tho prlco given, nor ollmcal If the hdy Is half clover of good quality. About 90 days beforo the lambs aro to bo sold begin tot increase tho corn nnd decrcaso tho proportion of oats. Within 30 days have them eating one pound each daily, preferably In two feeds, and dlsplaco the oats entirely with corn. Tho barley may be retained in tho ration or not depending upon its relative market value and the supply. Thoro is nn old adage that the eye of tho master fattens lambs. No one by following a hard and fast rulo prescribed by some one who does not see tho flock will havo the highest success in feeding sheep. The feed er must bo able to toll when they are doing well, and Just when the feed needs increasing. Then sheep need more in stendy weather. To bo a successful sheep feeder one must watch the appetite of his flock, and vary tho amount with weather changes. (II. 'P. Miller, Delaware Co., O.) Ohio Farmer. one-thir- Children Cry for Fletcher's She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in uso lor over over m years, nas Dome the signature of - ana nas oecn made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- uv ., .v v.aw iv UVVVIVV, JTUU Hi LUIS. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is it3 guarantee. For more than thirty years it has fceen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Focd; giving healthy and natural eleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUINE CASTORIA (Bears the Signature ALWAYS Cua&Y cUC&M. NW VOWK CITY. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CKNTAUWCOMMNV, s B. P. SNYDKK. Huron county, Ohio. IJco and Chicken House. (National Stockman.) Pleaso toll tho quickest way to rid tho ham of chicken lice. Also would like the opinions of ho mo stockmen readers in regard to the best kind of e for a farmers who wishes to keep about fifty hens. J. H. SMITH, Heaver County, I'r. 1 presume that what is meant in this inquiry is chiclton mites, as It Is only rarely that body lice of fowls nro oer found off tho fowls. Tho best and only practical way to rid any building of mites Is to spray It with lira paint or strong solution of crude carbolic acid or dip. If this is thoroughly done the mites will bo destroyed, but that will prove to bo nn enormous task in the ordinary barn, and will prove Ineffective at best unless, t the sumo tlmo, the fowls aro kept out of tho building. And If tho fowls aro kept nut thu mites will soon disappear Vlthout any special treatment. So tho final answer is, "Keep tho fowls out of tho barn, at least as fur as roosting is concerned." The best house for a flock of CO hens is one about 12 by 1C to IS Tho Teet, with a plain shed roof. front should bo seven feet high and tho rear five to flvo and a half, on tho height of the caro-take- r. window Have ono fair-size- d In the front ami an opening about 3x5 feet, to bo protected by a muslln-covorHhutter on cold, stormy days and nights. Put tho porches along tho roar (north) wall, put a concrcto Jloor If you can possibly nfford It, and make the house walls light and freo from any danger of drafts. Thoro are a number of details that might bo added, but this Is a good general phut for a farm poultry house. For complete uouho plans wrlto to tho Poultry Department of Pennsylvania State College, nt Stato College, Pa. II. W. J. Chicken hen-housed Wo have a Utter of pigs 8 weeks old. One week ago ono of them would not come up to eat with tho others, and I took It away, and put It In a separate pen. Ho tried to bite on n wooden partition, scratch with one or both qf his front legs, fall backwards, walk backwards, danco around In n circle as If drunk, fall down, tremblo like a leaf, stretch all four legs out as If dying. Then he would get up again, sit on his hind gs, hold his head up, havo his mouth wide open so that water ruhs out, and act as if choklngr thou ho would go around as It in n normal condition but would not cat. Then a llttlo whllo nftor tho same thing would happen again. L. A. I. Connecticut. Indigestion is causing the fits and tho feed is to blame. Give each pig n iloso of castor oil in milk; then feed milk containing a little flaxseed meal nnd an ounce of llmewater per pint. Gradually add wheat middlings and ground barley or rye to tho milk as tho pigs improve. Allow freo range and supply nlfalfn hay as an additional feed. .., llnkflii.v Vnplnll Kit. Mrs. Isley's abetter. In a recent letter Mrs. D. W. Isley, of Litchfield, III., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders of tho stomach and as a laxative, and have found them a quick and sure relief." If you are troubled with Indigestion or constipation these tablets m will do you good. A visitor to a small country town lost his dog, an animal which ho priz- Starck Pianos No Money inAdvanoe tion Guar LowcHtNet Satisfac- antoetl Fact J , I ! I havo some Jersey heifers that woro bred quite young. They will bo milking 10 and 11 months when freshening again. Which would give the best results, to give them three months' or six weeks rest? And if you give them threo months' rest would they havo a tendency to go dry too soon next time? It. H. S. Phoenix, Arizona. As a rule it is not good policy to ollow a cow to go dry much over six weeks if it can bo helped. Too long a period of rest often makes if dif- - j llcult to get tho cow in calf, whllo too short a rest lessons likelihood of a full flow of milk. Six to nine weeks' dry period should sulllcu lu tho cases mentioned, provided the cows nro well fed. I'cod For Fattening Lambs. Pleaso advise a ration for lambs which aro to bo sold fat after shearing. Feeds nvailable and prices of samo aro as follows: Corn, $1.50; onts, 75c; barley, $1; bran, $2; oil- meal, $3.25 cwt., and mixed hay $20 per ton. C. E., Klllbuck, O. With lambs In good thrifty con dition 60 days is long enough on full feed to finish them for market; hence the feeding should be govern ed accordingly. If these lambs are cross-bree70 and now weigh pounds or more it will probably pay better to finish them as soon as pos sible and market. Heavy lambs are discriminated against. Merino lambs should bo cared through and shear ed. With the gains on hand and at tho prices mentioned, mix them in about equal proportions by weight up to within 60 days of the time they are to be sold, and feed a half pound per head dally together with all the hay thoy will eat, or more than they will eat as sheep should not bo required to eat tho coarser portion of tho hay. It should bo ro- ds ed very much. Rushing to the office of tho local newspaper, ho handed in an advertisement offering flvo dollars r6ward for tho return of the d,og. Half an hour later ho thought he would add to his advertisement the words: "No questions asked." So he hurried off tho tho office again. When he got there the place was empty save for a small boy, who looked very sulky. "Where's tho staff?" asked the tourist, glancing around the deserted room. ' "Out looking for your dog," was the aggrieved reply. Our Dumb Animals. "" Stomach Trouble. 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These lessons you can Use 1& your own borne, by mall. This represent one years tree instruction. ft targe number of slightly used and second hand pianos ot SB standard malcca taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The followand Player-Pianoing are a few sample bargains j We have 'constantly on hand 8UrckTiarer.piano aro the best UA most beauti- tlaytoHaaM Ussins Weber $110.00 92.00 Steinway Chickering Kimball ful Pver riam oq tfee t"ou wiu market. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, sod will be pleased with the very low prices st wWcn they can be secured. Starck Second-han- 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Plana CASTOR fA For Infants and Children Send for our latest complete Send today for oar new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding plsnoa. This book wlU interest and please you. Write today. laek Frtv In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1848 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO SW$Sli& FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. THE MAKING OF A FAMOUS HK1 CROSS APPRECIATED. Loss of Horns. Tho value of barnyard manure and Through an accident n Jersey holf- tho best mcnns of taking enro of it and applying It are given too llttlo or of inino lost the shell off her horn. attention by Kentucky farmers and I Immediately cleansed nnd steriliztho wusto that results, on the averago ed everything thorbughly, put the farm, would appall tho owner It he shell snugly on again, and fastened It to tho core with small sterilized knew how great was tho wuste. Dr. Charles 10. Throne, Dlroctor of screws. What aro tho prospects of Ohio Experiment Station, has been this shell growing permanently fast .invited to come to Kentucky to toll again? It I should loso It and reour pcoplo the results of his twenty-liv- e move also tho shell from tho other years of experimental work with horn, would those cores become sufDr. ficiently hard nnd smooth to bo dressmanuroH and other fertilizers. Thorne probably knows moro about ed up into a nico matched pair of manures, their valuo, and propor uso, .Bhapoly horns, as thoy wero beforo? Chicago, 111. II. J. It. than any other man lu tho United States. Ills lectures will bo ono of What happens when a human nail tbo features of tho Farmers' Weok Is knocked off? It grows again from exercises at tho University of Kentuc- the pododorm nnd, in tho samo wuy, 'a now horn forms from tho sensltlvo ky, January 28th to 31st. core of matrix. Injury, however, Tho furm tractor Is coming to play may cause tho matrix to secrete an a moro undmore important part in abnormal or deformed horn. Examtho work of tho furm. Tho high cost ination, no doubt, will show that tho ot feed and work animals and tho sloughed horn Is simply acting as a largo amount of necessary idleness shiold for tho new horn forming upof work animals make tho tractor a on tho vascular core, Hoard's Dairymoro economical source ot power on man. many farms. Tho College of AgriPoor Cows Ami False Kcoiinmy. culture of the University of KentucTho high prices of foods have led ky (a giving especial attention to farm tractors and has a considerable num- sumo dalrymon to practice falso ocon-om- y Wo aro Informed that thoro ber of different makes which will be used In demonstrations during Farm- - 1j only halt as much milk being re- - MEDICINE How Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use. A visit to the laboratory where this successful remedy is made impresses even tho casual looker-o- n witli the reliability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the making of tills great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used anually and all havo to bo gathered at the season of tho year when their natural juices and medicinal substances are at their best The most successful solvents aro used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that comes in contact with the medicine is sterilized and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine Is pasteurized and sealed in sterile bottles. It is tho wonderful combination of roots nnd herbs, together with tho skill end caro used in its preparation which lias made this famous medicine bo successful in tho treatment of female ills. The letters from women who havo been restored to health by the uso of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which we ore continually publishing attest to its virtue. "Tho Red Cross puts tho soul In of the meeting, Sergeant Walter Stur- soldiers" judging from a manuscript gin, ot Oakland, California, nanueu that has just been received at Lake her a little noto which has boon Division Red Cross Christmas Roll "unanimously passed" tor submission Call Headquarters from tho London to tho first Red Cross worker that Headquarters ot tho American Red caino along. Cross. Tho messago reads: "This was tho noto: Tho boys of Ward "A" at tho big "Wo, tho noys ot Ward "A" appreAmerican hospital at Dartford, near ciate fully tho work done by your London, hold a mass meeting tho other day. "Tho meeting was 'callod by "common consent" and for no other particular purpose oxcopt to dibcuss "things in general" including the of tho election in tho United States and tho armlstlco negotiations over at tho front, and the satisfactory conditions of everything and everybody around tho hospital. "In other words it was Just ono of tho many things that the ingenious Amoricun soldiers is always doing to keep life sunny and happy. "There woro speeches about tho olectlon, and speeches about tho Kaiser, and speeches about the hospital and speeches about tho American Red Cross. "Unfortunately thero was no secretary at the meeting und no minutes were taken of tho proceedings und tho speeches. "Hut a llttlo whllo after tho meeting, ono of tho Red Cross women happened to pass through ward "A" and as ho went through, tho chairman wonderful organization in giving us a helping hand whenever needed. be"Thanking.you a thousand-fold- , llovo us to be, Sincerely yours, "Tho Uoys of Ward "A", U. S. 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MERRIAM CO, Springfield, UiJJ. HIM UlijPilliPIPPP raW MWfWflwr111 ' '" nf uv V T'tv '- ' SHERIFFS SALES Vor Htnle, Comity, School, Dor nnd Stale Komi Tnv for 1IM8. Notlco is hereby given that I, or ono of my deputies, will on Monilny, .Innunry 6, 1919,-- between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock p. in., nt tho Court Houso door In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, exposo to public salo for cash In hand, tho following described property, or so much thorcof as may bo necessary to pay State, county, school, dog and State road tax duo thereon and unpaid, and tho Interest, penalty and cogts thereon: S.03 5 V. Austin, r.O a G.4C Mont Gaddlfl, 50 a 4.C2 A. L. Gaddls, 25 a Mrs. Delia Mosclcy, 12C a. . . 12.75 13.53 N. A. Schroador, 30 a 2.92 13. 0. Shroater, town lot 5.34 J. 1). Wilson, 25 n No. U WoM Hiirlforil. Mrs. Jcnnlo Mosely, town No. 1(1 Ccnlcrtown. M. It. Ashhy, 47 a V. I), Chapman, 3 n Ollco Krorly, town lot Herman Hosklns, In L. M. Hntchor, 109 n J. M. lglchart, town lot II. V. Oglcshy, 24 a K. M. Howe, 155 a 17 .Small Ilou-70 n II. 1 Addlngton. 90 a V. O. Klllson, 25 n E. C. Jackson, 85 a Mrs. M. K. Jackson, 32 a. Vlg Morton, 75 a C. E. Wolcott, 150 a No. A. G.94 0.71 J. C. Wcstorllold, 120 a. No 23 5.09 5.0G 4.99 ToiuTShortTTcol) 4 a O. L. Turner, 40 a. No. Precinct 87f3" 23 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. 8.27 18.76 28.95 8.97 2.12 By I. D. Claire. Tho follor who said n good nnmo was better than great riches wasn't talklu' In wnr times. .... i $ 22.54 Precinct Mrs. Martha Wnstorflold, 270 n Cicero Wade, 100 a 7.01 F. M. Wedding. 12 a 19.72 Clayton Wallace, G8 a. No. 30 J. Addlngtnn, Precinct 1 .". .. 1.00 Dennis Walker, town lot 29.91 No. nil Non Resident. 5.11 Mrs. Sallle Ambrose, 60 a. 11. $ 23 Precinct G.I4 Marvin lllack, 100 a. .No. 1 .... Undo Alec Curtis says if Hat's Wlfo Wanted ad gets tho goods he's goln 5.34 to do somo business with tho Republi2.84 can's want ad column hlsself. 2.CS li ,. No. I Dust lliirttnnl. .... lot No. it Beil.i. Hoover. 12.1 a C. E. Smith, 75 a A. S. Smith, 45 a M. F. Tlchonor, 56 a 4.S2 J. Y., 35.31 21.08 10.01 31.34 $ Henry No. I Ash by, Sulphur Spring. CO n S.G4 Uratchcr, CI a Mary John F. Doffron, 24 a James Fltzhugh, 130 n Jesso King, 50 a W. It. Maiden, CO a Mary K. Nix, 40 n K. L. Toms, 41a Jas. H. Wright. 124 a Wm. L,. Wright, 50 a 11. 4.35 IS. 50 25.10 9.25 7.52 4.G4 7.01 13. 5G S.1I .01 No. C. II. Daughn, MitKun. 75 a. Kate Mldkln', town lot .!.... No. ! Cromwell. $ Lizzie C. Austin, 35 a C. A. Clcmnicnt.s, CO a. (credt.) $3.12 W. II. Johnson, 1 a Edna Maples, 50 a S. W. Pool. 10 a. J. W. Phelps, town lot Miss Mary Itauney, 100 a. . . No. 7 4Vol Knrlnf. G. II. naymer, 90 a It. W. Taylor, 119 a. It. II. Taylor, agt. S. I. 100 It. T. Taylor, 100 a. W. Taylor, 26 a No. H North Kockport. $ Floyd Baker. 3G a Gerry Barnes, town lot C. V. Crabtrec, two town .11 Viola Whlttaker, town lot . . N. I.. Wlthrow, 30 a No. 18 FoiiNvlllo. $ Paytou ISasham, SO a Ernest Hognrd, 40 a Mrs. Pearl Iliiff, town lot . . 1). M. Matthews, town lot... Estll Marlow, 75 a Walter Marlow, 75 a Grant Rusher, 3G a No. II) Knst KoriNtllk $ Mary L. Newton, 50 a J. F. Overton, 35 a S. W. Overton, 35 a A. M. Peckenpaugh, 96 n, . . No. !!( Aetna villi. Mrs. M. A. Kirk, 68 a Mrs. Cello Thorton, town lot. No. 21 Shrove. II. F. Huff, 100 a Ohio Co. Telephone Co. Pat 1). a C. W. Sharp. 4G a No. SJJ! Olnton. C. B. Daniel, 200 a James Hoover, 1G5 a I.. J. Wilson, town lot . . E. K. Wilson. 4 5 a No. iKl Ituforil. Dolllo Hell, 130 a .$ Vinco C. llnlrd, 22 a Warden heirs, 125 al Uhoda Jackson, 50 a Isabell Morgan, 130 a Clnrence Itldillc. 92 a 28.74 Precinct 27.47 J, W. Farmer, 51 a 1.3G Mrs. S. F. Goodman, GS a. .. 4.33 H. K. Gray. 43 a Jno. Hudson heirs, 55 a. No. S.G9 It. Karnes, G9 n J. I., I.nshbrooks, town lot . . 15.28 J. P. Miller, 5 a a. No. 22 C.9G Finis Monro, 52 5.71 3.S5 9.30 25 l'reclnct John Owen Hooker, town lot. 21.13 7.82 I Mowed to bring Tlnsloy sometbln' 12.18 when I como back from Loulsvlllo 19.97 Miss Tlnsloy said sho'd druther , but I wouldn't. 5.47 Tho way some pooplo gossips shows is cheap if everything elso is high. they think reputations ass li 3.79 Tho Democrats inndo Cartor Glass 15.00 Treasury so's If It 4.35 Secretary of the went brokp they'd have a good 3.28 for it. 3.79 i so 8.29 , Precinct Mrs. Eliza Mosely, 50 a. No 3.07 29 l'reclnct Newton, 62 a C.30 C. 5.95 A. Powell. IS a 27.02 j. e. KicKoit, .:; Vorna Sharp, tow n'l",,i" 5.17 M. F. Sharp, 100 a Cyntha Shull, town 2.9 G Mrs. lot 9.20 Andrew Thorp, town lot Area Wells, "103 a. No. 25 Precinct 2.40 13.C5 Steve Woodward, 69 a. No. 25 .. ',Jl p'j-- "'' 13.30 2.38 4.36 12.50 6. GO, ' I ., ., . 'cm.. ..... iii- -- .. mm uuu ,i uriiiK ouiiiu nut n. uii.it customers like it to. r - -r- I wonder what lias went with the old fashioned Hard Shell Ilaptists that used to sing their sermons lu- sieau oi preacu em. Cattle Buyin; Swift & Comp; tfb 9000 head of cattle, on an average, is Swift & Company buys more than .... Tho Huns got what they set out) for. They snld they had to have more room for their crowded population, and they got It. every market day. Each one of them iV "sized up" by l'reclnct 18.88 Dolley Wedding. 20 a 19.IG Mrs. Elllo Wilson. 25 a G.25 B. F. Smith, 157 a. No. 29 Precinct 8. 64 If the dog owners don't hurry up glttln' dog tags there'll be a great 3.23 howl go up about New Years. 2.12 I 19.08 11.91 Stoo and Jay Westerdcld, a. No. G G5 11.95 No. "21 Rarllett. 7.75 Mrs. Ida Doles, GO a 5.1G H. II. Chapman, 90 and 53 3fp2 a p.3S Uj. u. Funk. 50 a 8.94 Ui K. Kuqua, 185 a I ,..., i. a Zack KIl,B G4 Clara A. Wade, 75 a 1). W. Westorlleld, 92 a. . . 8.83 C. I). Westorlleld. 40 and 150 14.50 E.89 12.S ..... ini 1 II. .... lots v; Jno. Durham, 24 a 2.14 Mrs. II. B. Williams. 102 a. .. 18.15 No. 127 l't. Pie.isimi.-- ' 6.S4 '. Ernest KIrtloy, 10 a 6.22 No. 1!8 Nnrnms, , 4.S4 I'harloy Condor, 8 a 3.82 W. Sharp, 2 a. and town Ii lot 1.86 Estll Willis, town lot 2.68 No. 'J!) Uulpli. 5.79 Mrs. Ida Kelly. C4 a 30.63 Itiuhol Midkiff. 16 a 4.78 No. HO l"rentlss. 7.81 Ella Stevens, 65 a No. 10 Seli'ft. 'O. B. Scott, 230 a T.V. D. nalze, 5 a 4.78 So. ill Herbert;. S.G9 A. P. Butlor, 80 a J. II. Blckct. S3 a M. J. Emliry, 93 a 10.09 illenry Hoskliw, 46 a " 5.89 Mrs. I.oulsa Payne, 75 a Willie Kipor, 10 a C.12 Estil Keown, 13 a i No. SKI Arnold. llors-No. 11 Itniurli. II.. W. Allen. 50 a V. L. Kiper. 2G a 7.18 V. II. Hyors, 30 a. .. $ Maggie Baize, 40 a J.M .'IP. C. Ileaslcy. 65 a. G.41 W. H. Duvnll, 43 it Ellis Coy, 20 u Maggie Ferguson, town lot . . 1.41 Laurence Coy, SO u. 2.79 L. B. Cartor, CO a. Asa Hnycraft, 15 a 2.GS Alico Wilkorson, 55 a N. L. Embry, 80 a 2.9C IMI1 Holla Worley, 11 a Evans, 10 a No. 11! Hosiiic. George Framo, 124 a 4.35 II. It. Green, 33 a Agnes A. Urown, 65 a L. C. Craig. 30 a 3.90 S. J. II. Keown, 123 a. . . . .1 5.3 1 V. L. A Collaril, 1 ',' a Swift, 37 a .89 R. I.. Smith, G a J. A. Campbell, 6 a. . JfiJT H. Goodman, 35 a .61 No. itiS Render Hurt heirs by J. G. Gray, 70 J. C. Carpenter, 18 a .. acres 3.52 J. R. Carman, 25 a x Molviu Kosslnger, 12 a 9.29 Arthur Fnuglit, 30 a 4.35 .Mrs. Jno. Sclmeawdwse, Lewis heirs, town lot town Harnoy Moore, 40 a 5.12 lot Agues Reddish, 50 u 352 No. :t-Sluiiiimis. 10.29 Ed Kirtly 75 a Hubert Itobinsou, 42 a $ 7.44 Mrs. W. II. Stewart heirs. 125 a. Alice Smith, 2 a 8n Isaac Schroador, 4.67 JW. 11. Stowart, 35a ' S.G9 Truman Taylor, 40 a Additional. Wright, 25 n Albert l Mrs. Lizzie Amos, 40 a. No. G G T. Wright, 50 a 12.30 j Precinct $ 1.. T. Wright, 200 u 33.24 iL. B. Arbucklo, 50 a 4.62 W. C. Ash by, 81 Thro. J.Wutson, 8 a a, No.lii Knst lleaor Dam. J. 11. Babbit, 80 a. . AV. II. Marriatt et al 50 a. . . 6.59 C. G. Baxter, 51 o. No. 13 Mrs. Auiilo Arburkle, town Precinct 3.87 J. A. Clark, lot 15 a. No. 23 Cussandor Allen, 21 u 17.08 . . . .Precinct .1. P. McCoy, 112 a 25.74 Harry Depptown lot 1. K. Miller. 40 a 7.01 Mrs. Emma Evans, 40 a. No. 5.91 Anna Robinson, 20 Precinct No. 1 1 Wot Heaver Dam. B0 " Houry Balden, town lot, . . ? 5.0G f w",? ?,nS' . nimiui, luivu iui . . , . 1. 'Nowton Embry, 30 a 5.34 ,W. 1). Hurdin, 118 a Mrs. Mary Hunloy, town lot Kitchens, 40 a No. 7 Ed V. Kolley. town lot 7.01 Proclnct Mallou McDowell, ' Irvln Morris, town lot No. 15 .Mellenry. Body Mitchell, 40 n 5.10 cal Murphy, 100 Frank Crane, town lot. ... $ ' 11.50 Mary E. MIzo, G4 a J. w. Geary, 81 h Growbargor, Goorgo udiiis. lltoss Mortln, 62V6 a town lot 5.46 W. M. Phlpps. 46 a .1 C Ilockor, town lot . 5.89 F. L. Royal. 94 a Mrs Mary tokens, 18 a. 2.12 L. W, Reynolds, 51a ) It .ikens, la 5.12 Lon T Smith, town lot .. .. Andy Devlne, towiv lot by Agnes Mrs. Bell Hugh, Sneddon Mrs. Nannie Heck S. I. Landrun, 74 a W. II. Nembo, 3 a F. M. Whalen, town lot Margaret Williams town lot. . Bessie Williams, town lot . . . No. U South Itockport. W. V. Graves, 100 a Mabel Herald, 7 a Mrs. H. P. Her, town Ut Mrs. Sallle Jackson. 165 a. Ileubeu Scott. .'3 a S. II. PmUU, 80 a .... Hoover. 45 a James Uny Hatfield, 70 a. 12.73 J. C. Kirk, GG a 3.55 il. ('. Simmons, 100 a M. i 9.7'i 8.07 C. No. T A. II. Kasten, 50 a Ileflln. . .. a 3.SS No. 2tt Ccraho. .... t .... o I la t la. ... '" I 11 ... , H. M. Acton, 1 a 10.3G They bad mpetln In Hartford Sun-ila- y 5.29 9.39 l.oiilo Barrett, town lot but they didn't break no 11 ti rules Mrs. Bethel Chinn. a 2.12 2I.4S as beef. about crowdln. a 2.63 29.32 Eugene Chinn, Paul Carter, town lot 3.9 I If the buyer pays more than the Tlnsley and "Oldtlmer" reported no I.ula Drane, 2.12 animal is w.orth,the packer loses money 3.35 lurk on their huntln' trip. Bright CtiH Ford, 37 a 7.85 idea, on it. If he offers less, another' packer, as the huntln' law was already K. S. Foreman. 50 a 3.23 out. 10.31 or a shipper or feeder, gets it away V. W, Gibson, town lot 6.5S 11. 4G from him. Bltle Hlzer. 1 a 2.68 17.70 A I.KTTKU FROM RANCH. da Hawkins, town tot 4.09 3.9G If the seller accepts too little, the live1 u. a G.36 870 Vlg Mocker, Private Ed Hoover vrltes his Inoth-e- r, stock raiser gets less than he is entitled 1.S5 3.79 Jcnnlo Nail, town lot Mrs. Bcttlo Hoover, of Beda, an William Parks, 4 a to. If he holds out for more than it is 5.32' Interesting S.41 letter from (he 'and of Frank Bonder. 80 a 12.89 j worth, he fails to make a sale. ilcad Huns and deep shell holes. .1 A Shultz. 9 a 3.23 3 4.05 Mrs Lizzie Tuncll, town lot A variation of a few cents in the price 2.12 In France, Nov. 27, 191S. Calvin Taylor. 1 n 1.86 per hundred pounds is a matter of vital 9.14 1 Dear Homffolks: revelcod your Anderson Thomas, town lot . 7.56 importance to the packer, because it 33.22 letter and was glad to hear that all 12.30 7.30 Gaylou Taylor, town lot doing well. I am in tho best of wore means the difference between profit S. A BUATJUHEH. 15.53 health at present and have had qulto and loss. Sheriff, Ohio' County. 8.S2 a few narrow escapes In the last days -- 9.25 of the war. Do you get up at nlsht? Sanol is 1" have been on '1 the north of the best for all kidney or bladsurelyU. ' G.84 western front since my first trip to der troubled. Sanol gives relict In hniir ffirm nil linrli-.,..linml lilirt- - tho lines, which was in the beautiful Yosges mountains. troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed 1 speak i ... 1 tho truth when I saw that remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at trench life Is 111010 like r summer retho druj ntoro. r sort than like open warfare. 1 was in tho St. Mlhlel drive, and OFR HONOR KOI. I.. &j 3 "3 had iiulto a little experience, but was S.83 unlucky enough in the last few days. The names below aro those of our iKrf.JMj' .solillrr boys who were killed or died 1 was with the boys when the Boche 13.30 of wounds lu France, and aro tho were thrown back across tho Mueso 1.41 names that will be Inscribed on the rher. Tho town whove we aro quartered monument to be erected hero. We 6. 69 maile" a diligent effort to now Is called Longuyon. Wo aro not mako this 27.42 roll complete but are not sure wo far from Luxemburg. I hope to see have done so. if there are" any other lots of nice scenery now and sonic ARGI.E W. JiKACII WIMTKS. weeks old baby. The funeral ser7.17 martyrs tit their country, whoso historical places, as tho fighting has vices woro conducted by Rev. R. E 6.91 names wo did not get, friends or ceased. I have not boon paid for a Fuqua, Friday afternoon and the reFort Pleasnoy, France, Nov., 24 2.12 relatives will please bo good enough long time, as I was not here when tho y is Dad's day mains were burled in tho Clear Run Dear Dad: to report them. Wo want the names payroll was made up. burying ground. I will write as often as I can. 9.51 of those who were killed or died It and soldiers In France can write letSeveral from hero attended church G.00 of wounds received in battle. Is difficult to get papor now but hope ters to their dads and toll them the at Barnetts Creek Sunday. 7.52 conditions wil Improve. news they wish to. I am fooling flue Johu O. Laws. Mr. Clyde Funk has arrived homo 7.01 I had a lettor from Clarence Shown and still In school, tnklng a course In Robert Davis. from Camp Taylor and is making 9.50 nnd ono, from Uncle Ed also. Uncle sniping and observation, am well preparations Sorgt. Eddlo Lee. to build a new house. 7.97 Ed wants to send Andy Rowan over pleased and think I will bo in school Cecil Draper. Mr. Floyd Davis and wlfo went to 1 1.87 horo to gas tho Roches. Ha! ha! Can four weeks. I am at Fort Pleasnoy, Lee Kielli. you beat that? I will write and tell about 75 miles from Paris, it suro Is Hartford nnd purchased a load of fur2.07 0car Derail. niture last Thursday.. 8.92 him that wo have given them enough somo place. I have learned to speak John Crow, Mr. Tom Nelson 6.51 for tho present, nnd to save his gas a little French since I hare been farm near Beaver is moving to his Chester Reed. Dam. 7.09 for tho next war. Sergt. Chas. C. Main. "over hero." I like some parts of Dost wishes to all Republican read- - r J G.01 With love to all. Franco line, but thero Is no place like ers for a Merry M.UIn A. Benton. Xmaa and Happy 1.95 1MIVT. EI) IIOOYKIt. tho good old U. S. A. I have been In Now Year. Cyrus Williams. m)iiio hard fighting and have been Dudley Evans. 9.G7 ovor tho top a number of times, whore BOILED DOWN. Douglas Taylor. BAJ.B KNOB. 9.25 marhlno gun bullets wore Hying Clarence Gabbcrt. 10.36 H, Chorry, of Bowling all around us and shell firo was someProf. II. M.tthfas Hlggs. Wo aro having some bad 'weather Green, has formerly announced his thing awful and you may know that with our o Christmas. 7.01 candidary for tho Democratic nomi- I have hud some closo calls, but camo PUBLIC SALK. ' Ten of Mr. Jako Leacho's family 1 am thank through O. K for which nation for governor. lucludlng his duughtor son-in- 18.19 1 ful. There Is one thing "or several law. Mr. and Mrs. Guy and will ofor for sale, at action, at Snodgrass, 3.23 my residence two miles west of Hart Franco roports a loss of 1,400,000 things" I forgot to mention "Tho who aro In on a visit from III., havo 6.12 ford, on tho Llvermore road, Decem- men killed since the opening of hos- Cootlos" a now nnmo for tho old tho flu. "Gray-Back,- " torthey certainly did ber 31, 1918, tAo following describod tilities In 101 1. Mr. E. P. Sandefur has in his posment us but I havo been able to get session an old property: razor that has been I havo 5.IG been In rogularly used Gormany will hold an election Jan- rid of them since Two work mules, six work horses during tho life of 17.08 and 0110 young horse. Also 37 head uary 19 to olect a national council. school. Dad I was with my outfit four generations, also a J. H. Rogers 19.14 of cattle. Eight Hereford cows and all firing ceased and it was n rlllo mudo when about tho same dato as 7.71 two bull calves, six months old, cows 500,000 Italians lost their lives in happy bunch of boys, bollovo 1110, wo the razor. war. Of this number. 200,000 wore Just ilxing to go over tho top and bulls oligiblo to registration, ono tho Mr. Horaco Leach has been mus-ter- d 18.19 four year old registered bull, and tho wore killod In battle. again when tho order camo. I am in out of service at Camp Taylor tho 11 f th division and wear the Red and has remainder stool: cattlo. I will also returned homo. I know it is 0110 of the best c.89 offer somo full blooded Duroc hogs Capt. Robert A. Bartlett, tho noted Diamond, Misses Vena and Belva Sorrols, of 1.26 und a number of stock hogs. Also explorer, will undertake in Juno a divisions, It Is now ou lt',s way, McHenry, have been visiting relatives general farming implomentB, Includ- trip to tho north polo, by aorophuio. or In Germany. I will Join It when lu this community. 2.23 ing mowers, rakes, plows, harrows, Russian casualties during tho war out of school. Tell everybody I am Messrs. Willium Rafferty, Elda woll and will bo homo somo sweet Her and 7.91 drills etc. I will also soil a quantity Nacie Crowder havo returned day. I like to hear from homo often, from Camp Taylor. 9.35 of household and kitchen furniture aro roportod ns 1,700,000 killed, 24.43 Terms mado known on day of sale, woundod and 2,500,000 made as It is always on. my mind. Will have lots to tell you when I come Tho Ladies Aid, of Wosloy's Chapel, prisoners. "Do guns have Iocs?" n u,,.,.ii 4,8i nuqruoK, win secvo mucn at tno noon homo. usked of his father. COIIPL. ARGLB W. LBAOH, 4.55 hour on day of sale. A POCKET SEARCHER. "Nil, my son," was tho reply. Co. K, 0. U. S. Inf. 6.74 M. 11. BARNARD, "Then why do gus havo A. P.O. No. 7"45, A. E. F. 13.7c Bacon And is your wife quick at brooches?" asked tho irroprosslblo Hartford, Ky. '. o 7.71 everything? one. TAFFV. rOKSALU. 20.38 Egbort Woll, everything. not Lot and two story brick storehouse, When she's gettln Into her own Tho freedom of a city was onco 046 The death angel visited tho homo publicly accorded 6.40 good condition and mo3t desirable lo- - clothes sho's not, but when she's to a dog GrDv-frltr Address Box 321, Hartford, Ing through mine sho Is. -- Voukors of Mr. and Mrs. Estill Futile Thursday Bobby, by the Lord Provo.r 6.92 of ' ove and took from them their soven Ulluburg. 2.12 or apply at thi3 office. Statesman. 4.91 4.61 7.71 f in. n, i oioreii. Everybody orter to make a good Years resolution. l'o made mine. I alnt goln' to associate with Tlnsley and Bat Nail nomore. New j .... experts. Both the packer's buyer and the commission salesman must judge what amount of meat each animal will yield, and how fine it will be, the grading of the hide, and the quantity and quality of the fat. Both must know market conditions for live stock and meat throughout the country. The buyer must know where the. different qualities, weights, and kinds of cattle can be best marketed la .... .... .... Swift & Company, U. S. A. m A dr 46-y- To-da- ' 1 fil n. us t'