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JUST A LAY SERMON Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY OUR FARMER OUK PATRONS OREETING. , 1919. No. 27 -- .Jj ji Tw1 u ? solemn eonforenoe, end w. looking up at thorn as If Octobor 1918 wo uuggoslod to tobac-o- o growers tho nilvJaalilllty of soiling comelous or wiat was passing. 1h oarly market, If thoy on Let Us Make Hartford The jid man g.sro tho lUUo follow thu no nnprices near thoso ol lastcould do season. nt required quartor, tnd llicjr starljl Prettiest Town In list after tho nppenranto of our ad ii.i a ran for tho clerk'a 01 co to g Season. Kentucky. the necessary tag, with tho playuii j vlco to sell on an early market, wo cal nows, and In tho absenco of some of tho law. Insisted upon displacing hool.i received tho following sarcastic Ict- - of our usual features. However, wo tho pastor but tho congregations of dot: jrelnlne: Joyously at tl. 'lr Perhaps n quarter of a dollar ne- i tor from an Ohio county farmer, who iaro 0ued nn,i running again, and If tho circuit) hnvlng becomo strongly With tho ndvanco of tho season r.. tninn litntf lti frl rt Mnilt 111' t in all the tide of'tlTie purohasftd ro- evidently assumed oar lrgnoranco of , industry and experience count for attached tq' their nowj pastor, bluntly tho price of tobacco continues to redltlona, orthntwo'n 'nyt,l,I,K wo Blmli glvc our readers a and firmly Tcfuscd to havo him beauty. lot, sanitary, and ailing 'ol through CS8. a measure of yauthfol hap; .tobacco market with tho tobacco mer bettor paper this year than last. Tho moved, ani slnco thoy were paying drop, tho Owonshoro market reachwero in loaguo It may wither nnd'decay or ing tho lowest figures of the season, chants. liberal patronago given this paper tho bill thy had their way as thoy this week. Soft weather, favorable, neglect and Indifferent o. It .imy Ky., Nov 10, 1918. InRt yenr demonstrates thnt 'id badatljch' say, n.i I the llov. Hnrtrord, tho VKTKHAN DIEM. AGH1 garbed in tho beauties of- - the handto marketing, resulting In a great ' Udltor Republican, our efforts to mako a clean nnd Cliap)!Jin5jvUi continue his olian;' rush of tobacco to tho loose leaf of man, or it nny drift along icraft "jfc! publication has been npprc- .; may 1'-jiaruoni, iy. V- ireadablo Mr. Samuel B. Trodgen died Dr in tatters and obscurity. lloors, has probably contributed to ifA'.EAVKR DAJI. Dear Slr:- - Wo have boon advised dated, and thU confidence Inspires .tber 30, nt the home of his ro compel tho admiration of other peolower prices. There is still a largo to cll our tobacco as cjrly asipossl-Uto please. With r. L. L. Trodgjn, near Clear Itui l0 greater effort ple and draw them to our fob', or It lIr UeorhoJJftvIs, U. S. N who la quantity of unsold tobacco in Ohio ith was due cnafly to senidt bit this yenr, on nccouit pf'tho wnr,j,eartH warm with gratitude for tho Fta'ionair'frNow York, Is visiting his county. may bo a place to bo seen and being over. Wo can. . understand splendid support given us In our efm 83 years old at 'the time shunned or forgotten. It Is for u tho reason for this, uiiTcbs it is be- fort to mako a first class newspaper parenU, )t. and Mrs. J. II. Davis. 4 death. Mr. Trodgen i; aurvlv tho voiMlct of . Owcnsboro. to say, for us to write Miss ICljlso Austin nnd guests, cause the seas now ltjlng open to we turn to tho task of tho new year one daughter- - and four ions, M. , our future. Owcnsboro, Ky., Jan. 1. There European coun- with runowed energy nnd determina- .Misses Mlbircd and Mary Loulso shipping, nnd all tho ".le Bales, of Gvansvllle, Indlar. Tho birth of a wen year hould havo retujiicd to Russollvlllc, after was a sale of 675,000 pounds of toilander,-- of Owensboro, Louis, rt tries, especially Germany, Austria, tion to prjiduco n nowspapor that will spondlag t,no holidays see the dawn Of a now oner of with Mls3 Aus- bacco on tho Owensboro market toford, nnd L. U. and C..W. Trodg. i, Hungary, Hulgarla, IUissla, Franco, command tho continued respect, con- things In Hartford. It should sop tin's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. day at an average of $14.25 ono or Ilolglum, Italy, Turkey and Grccco, 'fi(,enct! nnd interest of our patrons, h of Clear Uun. every man and every woman striving tho lowest averages of tho season. AuKtln. . r. Trodtren was a votoran of 'ho having raised nn enormous crop for Wo . nl, cnriy ,ate announco It tho brightest and most Misi Gertrude Gardener has to make Floors wero cleared r Iwtween the states in tho slxtits, tho past four years, aro now golni;!nn entirely now featuro of local news attractive place in this section of tho to Chlcngo, III., after a visit cxperl- - to flood tho market? of the world t,mt wl)1 0):ctCjand hold tho Interest delighted to recount his Henderson, Ky., Jan. 1. A new State It should sco us striving to heJ sister, Mrs. Ella Leach. - in camp, on tho march and on with tobacco. Wo suppose this Is tho ,)f ollr ron,iors a featuro that, so Mlili Kctherino Iler, of Rockport, topnotch price was hung up on the with might and determination i reason, nnd wo wish yoji would pub- - fur ns wc kn0Wj ,ing not ,,ccn un,ior. field of battlo. He was an n pleasant country town nto a Ky., vlulting Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo looso leaf floors hero today when lUh this to let the farmers know ,, . - ,lV. .... .on. linWHn.iin,p in anil highly respe-iebeauty, with ljoalth, pryor unfircd leaf sold at $40 per garden spot of . .w, ..w- - ., , .' Youur. friends and nolghlors. Mliy tobacco is goin-- to no so iow Kcntticky. happiness and prosperity as the hurt Uri J. O. Mcklnnoy, was taken to hundrcn pounds. The season's formbo so high and everything else till tngo of our dally life J Loulfvllle, Ky., last week to havo an er high price was $38.50. Lugs and iT Vo irs Truly, Tlli: HOYS AUK COMI.NC IIO.MK. operation for appendicitis performed. trash continued to show steady COUM'Y COL'KT DOCKKT ntiRlness nronerty could hi IniM A FAUMEIt. In prices, the former selling: proved with little expense, fresh paint Ho i convalescing. Wc lay no clnlms to gifts of propria And now tho boys nro coming ..... wv.,-- ' onnnrv nniirt wlM rnVOllB would do wonders and neatly arrang... E. E. Tarter has returned up to $30 and tho latter up to $19.75, " tlis. day. Only throe criminal cases r. ''1 '1 0I an ncua.nianco wun liomo Wo saw them yestcrdny on luiniij after a visit with relatives In tho highest lugs nnd trash prices oC ed window displays in commercial Jaa- - i'01"" n,1,or ot ulnoa men of the tho village streets with their wives, Arlington, Ky. a hurdred on the docket for hearing. business houses would add the season here. Frozen roads will Wo suw (tender and Jeaso Kanklns both "ta, wc nro in n Portion to get some sweothuarts or mothers. per cent to their appearance. I Mr. apd Mrs. Cecil Blankenshlp cause another big rush of weod from. ckport. aro charged wlthpron- - information not generally available to them in tho uniform of the army and aro receiving congratulations over .Webster ana union counues. aw-th- c Broken sidowalks could well l re- - ' , r f""or friends who nro tobacco wo saw them ln tho suits of the navy tal-oplaced and now ones added jhore t(. . ,r m ii....nr in nrohlbltln ter- 435, C30 pounds sold here to- Ulrth of a son nt their home. BroJclna Is Browcrs. and It has been onr earnest Our boys who havo drilled am1 waited could bo tpout ,, needed, and some time . and Agnoa Taylor at an average price of $15.03. Prlvato Jess Austin, of Fort Oglo-la- y purpow to pass tnts iniormauon 10 ln tho camps overhcro nru come ed with brenqh ofthe p ace In to advantage on tho streets In ouuiyK,. parents, Mr. (To date 5, 076,955 pounds havo been Tho Hartford j,omo bearing tho stings of dusapolnt- - thnrpp. Ga., visited his wo- - them for their bono'it. town. ti iHe buttsd nnothdf colopd 'Sold over local floors. .sections of tho nnd Mrs. Sam Austin, lnbt week. Ilopitbllenn aspires to command tho ,nont, that they wero not so tnrtunato lb somo places 'he fences riiid 11,.l Alford . has returned respect and confldeuco of Its readers, 'aR othors. Wc shuu 11 III! i'ftxI riiti . Mrs. Floronco ... .. a I Ll 111 H " I.UU' and present an Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Jan. 1. Tho ofyards aro well-ke,. .. , homo alter a. visit to ner ciaugntor. .. . i.fiunnW u . ...i i nu tin., m ...i.. uii.'ur,")." ....... .v nn.,. .i -, Hllirruic io our iiujo iiu (ui.ii;i':u Itro ntinrlln Wllllni.io nml Mr-- UII ferings on today's market wore light Hut there attractive appearance COUHT W.K1V FISCAL ' so only by dealing vlth thorn honest- - ;ti10 oan to the colors and rero loft Kiury ' amounting to about 75,000 pounds. should... be inoro of tlifin. ... ly. It's opinions may sometimes bo wn,rJai; , tho cantonmnnts .. .1... .n..lHr. .4...1 1.1 Youth lla"' ' " wiiii,ni This was nil common grades but the V niarnt huih'iu uv ii , regular sosllon of thij Fiscal ,. T0 ko0B l0 fcBl the nt nl. times advon- strength of tho market was further and then other people would li!k (mi! i will convene hero Tuesday. Tho fault;, but thcyhl. in oxpEfaseci. ai iuasi nru our Ulro. . As . Wo gather aboiitllhe lad ., iiiianis. all bo to .mr usua, rouUno work of nllowlL; coun iranKiy ... W npd the talk would attested by advancing prices all along .,... ; !... .. . r.. " mo iiiu uuiui- iu . .i. iimiuv.w h.v..vo, .w. .iio noarn '.. . i.orinnn cnnmins.roar M. crortlt. Tongues wero inutie tor mo .. . uusaeiivino ana jieaver uam i. tt.. . . ty claims will engage tho vinclpal ,, .u Owing to the lack of good tobacco nhd people will use them when we attention for tho ocsslon 'inneii !.wn teams piayed.In tho Op rbo tax !..... i ...tlfln.l m. TV." MMm :... .! aml rou. lno 8U,1B .0I ' .., II- ., . ...w wro njll junuiK." " ...i..v.v. IOrgei iiiaiiiuo. iiiuL era Houso, Saturday evening. Tho prices ranged only from $12.00 i, , nro tho subject of conversation ,, ,... .. v . but the ....... levy for tho year 1919 ... migni. give mo unwi . wuv niliitabla u n.i .!. .,, ., 8CM0 WO was 4 2 to 9 In favor of Beaver $25.50. With good stuff showing And he prop-- 1 ... v .. . i.. overhauling In every way this spriig ngmon tl) ca, a,10ther road, tax elcc- -i (rnsponslplo newspaper...states...the facts mVardly curses tho luo'ic.tiat loll Dam. . there is no telling how high the . ,cuwr i ll Mn"8 lI,em' homo Hor.'t ...., . w"" l" '"' marking tlmo tho head of1.. n.l -- prices would havo climbed. On one u mau """ ulinvn- ItIf richt un tonot sufficient lion lor an cany iiiuu u ..iu uJttreproduced nbovo was received wo you over forget that at too, was rca he, sales floor tho avcrago on the day's- there aro tho class. CLEAR RUN. ,iiI(, ,)(iforo lh-io result wore ns sure us wo nro now that to- courl ,jy nnij that It was not his fni)lt that sales was $19.87. Sales jvlll contln- fundH In tho treasury to do thtio of the November election In this mat- ., ui,i r,, n . .. b"u iii ,in . iu..u. :"". no nan no cnanco to ko ovur .o tun. ! .. vo -- j" iiniii nrontthings of a pubic nature, wm move io encouraging to h0 friends uiicuu nov. mcnani. .. Minna "t." " " "w ,iat joar, and we filed It -- I -- ..in !,. .....- - linmia nml w lllnir hcnrtn. .....i. - ,tnnn ll re- - weather conditions abato. r )L.t,,r roans mm inoy urv uisiai- away Hartford within a few days, Wo si... CORA WII.SO.V STEWART. with the express purpose of man couni ueciaro a nnd- - evory Igrct to loso Rov. Fuqun and family thor ba taken at an ear publlshlngflt-iifto- r ovonts hud JustifiI Bowling Green, Ky., Jan. 1. Total "business holiday occasionally aid ly date. If tho court decides to call Jlr. Lonnlo from our community. predictions? At tho press banquet nt tho Louis- . mm out and rako this old huitrK the election a vigorous campaign will ed our Wade will cultlvnto Brother Fuqua's sales of loose tobacco on tho three mm vllle-OI- d Inn Hotel. In Louisville, . Personally fe Ilnral wnrahouses hero amount .i.i.. ..,..,.... from end to end. bo made by the friends of tho ineos-ir- e SUHOOI.S CLOSINd. . . 'od Friday evening, we met for the first- a &- days spent thi n few t0 3BOn00 pound prlces consider to give the voters u thorough Cora Wilson Stewart,' time Miss something for a .l.i. ,.,.... .II..I. ,t llm nrmispil innnH- lark Monday. Ho has been mus- - Ing the best general average oi tne. iiulto a homo 1 itau UlilUiritlllUIMtt cavIa a tlintt ,'v"' ,... holiday, nnd we don't for one minute ii n, II 11... nrnvlQlmm .if i """ tho suffering Kentucky's Wonder Woman. We . . out of tho sorvlco at Camp Tny - soason. 'the weed generally was in. miu uiii.u vot a. dotilornblo result lmii known sometime of tho wonder- - .tered open good condition. Leaf, $12.50 to think wo arc more liberal or the Inlluenzn epidemic. Is the loss ful work MIss Stewart had done to- ,'minded than the rest of our citizens $22.00; lugs. $10.00 to $17.50;. usual hool year by he children ot r, Kentucky ot Illiteracy but only A And while we aro in the hustllni; oi tho election. If the election la A E gtownrt dreMOd ft trashes, $5.75 to $16.50. nml It s one , Ul,B per80nal meeting discovered (,hr,8tnlll8 d spiels. mood wo might find u vucnnt building ailed it will probably Iim held about trco , thc,r atoro for the irura " ' that time tho force by which sho worked tho )Cnofit of th(J tUo fo,kg of c,ear AMERICA TO ItltINO ALL, . of those deplorable 1v c and convert It Into a rest nnd read Un, lAut at tinvt inontll. AVAR TROPHIES HOME. nor money ran repair, uniy mo vo- - ,iracle. Sho is tlio only woman we Uun ()n account pf Ule bad wealhor ing room for our friends from tin U.. e , f . chll(lron. and somo ry few district schools opening very over unw who knew just what the , , V farm when they coma to town. V SHERIFF'S OFFICE yilAXCKS. Washington, Dec. 3S. All war m- iearly wore taught a sufllclont time wanted and Just how to got It. of them grown children, wero present flight use It for a gathering pluco for '" W "V .jownsi)eoplo, whore wo can meet to bo of nny real benellt to tho pu- - 'hen called upon to nddress th0 Tho occasion was u pleasing ono for torlal captured by U.6 American army .VpAAi. ,i ,..i,iin .,,..,,,. .... ,in,.fiQini!ii Tim now vcar brouglit will be brought home, Mr. Baker said, plls. Nor- - when tho ban is lifted jeBS )0ly she sald.more In ten mln- l'ot,nnt hour. Hut sneclnllv do wo flmiiKes In both the qr'sonnel and and the nchoolB might open ngnln, utC8 than, tho avcrago man would those who uttonded was tho guest of louny, io uo uispusuu oi m iB. Louis Trodgen '"" something or tlio Kinu for um uiiniiiiiion oi mu o. . 1. n or- horns- ,"ti,u torm In most districts has oxpir- -- 8ny in nn hour,- nnd her story was i,Pn .lolinson nnd Charlie Trodcon. may mrect. ine equipmoni inciuues . e(, Th(J c.ounly superintendent In- comp0te. When "cnlenco of the farmors and their lorce. Mr. Frank Rolmrts, inoro than 1,400 guns and trench, this remarkablo Saturday night and Sunday. lUe. who mado a good and oillcient form8 (1 mortars taken in action and thousvivos nnd ilaughtors ind kons whrni mt tho torm hn8 expired ,W01I11U, beenmo a zoalous apostle,; ands of machine guns and rifles. are with us. The town thnt ap- - (licur during tho past year, has ro- - L ,vI 01 Nos 2p 4 and G nnd ,)rcnc,llnB a crusado against lllltcra- :rtovx. Mr. Hoy Keown, who , has thoso lij Division 0 will closo Various proposals tor distribution. anU provides for the con- - igncu i' than 200,000 ndult kentuc- ii"ij.cy, inoro )s achool8 wlll Mr. James Calloway died a his of the captured natcrlal havo oecn vnlenro of the farnior is on the big h. '.- -n a field deputy, vork Ing on of buWo U0 , and cou,d ot read or wrlto. UlQl geaaon toad td surepss and prnsliorlty. Leti'i lartfonl. has moved to Forlsvllo.bnian has Just begun home, near town, on Deo 2Sth, of. mado. It has been suggested that I home nnd wjwo divided among tno states in bo tba' own in 1010! tjr- p Rm)Unt of the. pneumonia. Ho was an aged citizen hM m In tho ,und a friend to all who knew him. Portion to their equipment not yet no The Shoriff-hoI'M: lUCIGNK I "u" "" i"u" ','1' fall recevod his dls- I0 v.l-- T High chool students will W. Iron Hatchor has UNDER DEATH SENTENCE ' J .led upon tho noicctlOH oi u 'churgo from the navy and la' at c'"eu to express an opinion. complfto tho year. V.- - ul, who Ua been''' All the vacancy caiiicd by tho reslg- ' ' Mr E"i("5. " Undor tho provisions of tho new homo. MAUAN. fur the past two,' tlon of Mr. Roberts. Mr. Cicero IO! til t l DENVER IN TROURLE. Miss Flosslo Mason returned to dog law moro than n thousand Ohio er-- '( owder will contlniio his sorvlces I. tv-a civil yetr' ii s r county dogs aro now under sontenco llorea Wednesday, after spending the " -Mr. Louis Canary aud Wllllo Roach i'' be held at an! odlee deputy. Mr. Bratchcr nnd vice t ni.i . Deliver Coots is in Jail and will of dcath and tho sheriff will soon Christmas holidays with bor parents. l . . w,u mt (a " T, . d of ausll - 'l t doiiiitlos havo bad a succosstui arly .3 i court his Innocence ,beKin lo 8wlng inooioouy guillotine. E. II. Goodall, of Camp Taylor, noea tUom now. Lou3 8a,d doB- havo '",ui,,Br tho o vacancy. Mr. liiar work, and reg- fylifl t O' The assessor's book shows thcro aro spent a fow dtlys at homo Inst week. funorals woro cl(,ner than tag3. 'V"111"0 cu """,""' charges ii- - a to enter other ft'MMd tho public. I miK pirk' - l K. 111. uun, or biyu buuu u.... , oro lan 2 300 dogs In tho county ., nqnn WlH.nrfli,i bns rnii.rn- M isier-'W : Hunert hobs is at nomo on a xow acauiHi y an bus!: . r3'i rer iT:neci-- j' ' ., .- - r mo u i iuuiuiu IOI1V BUI OOllll lor lin nYiilrntlnn nr flin tllllO anvs IuriOUcrll. n.....i n.i Dlt, J. W. M AUTXVJ(1KAI. " tlt.it MriJ nto r wh-. wante,!' for trial, before regain- - ,.,,,,, f0l. i,rocurnK ,0K tags only! Leon lllsbop spent a fow days In ,,,,. ,,,,.,, h. Up put In tewporarjjji , its in . I Coots Is charged ab()llt eiovo J"P 'its lHHifty. hundred tngs had Owfcnsboro last week-t,izzi0 Groer, ot Owensboro, mBa 2. at lu, o''o LUtll tt.J ne!sfl r. J. W. MoC Mackley, of Beech Bnent n row daya iu3t Week with her Miss Mnry wlii breaking Into acorKo Hlckey's f0id uy tho county court clerk,' D U Od-- i bo nir'1h ; .' . in Owensboo .Ttiwlty man i (1U UW ijiuviuco iiiuu iiiu uiiui ut Uiuvt nviu. The' I. ll Uk icub wiuw of Bowing aunt, Mrs. U11U0 Aiatin. of tlid t. ' u.a.l chaanots thro . ,'., innlerqmonloualy taking an ovorcoat i,arboror of a dog who doos not pro gncB Duncan, V, Mr, Ai, stovoiis has been very ill , ( . ... . VI,. i. - ,. ,. ,w.w ,, . !. ,. , office . vs .. .... i.uuw.1 U3U IUBI uuw.. rrom itobi iiuiuuii.. iu ...io 1, ' Curo n. iuk uy jjucumuur i oi i;.itii Oro..., .isltcd friends and rolutlves but la now slowly Improving. i 1 S' :i 8J1 v'lC9 1 '"' of Ohio court. 1 I was boui nlini-rr'i. Juekv .. i ..... uu ... mat wwi-r-, .1 .1 ... .. t i .. llinnn ruM.hv.u fft CflTlin- ywir hiujt l.n n.. 1 e t n A unu 4. ujo iiurw a iow. ufvys ln.. .. .,!w...sw. V wiudu UCK UTCOr ims nau Ulu UU, UUL luu .lui.n uiiuu f ivu .' in iho noithcra tfrt o til COUU- tho i..A.. mri wo wouia cnrnosny .uitu lo noin mi l,,w lit prison. fliisscs uessio .iorns nnu annorva i8 ai)io to uo out again. '6Ajnii!',1,tt""B0U "vui'" .ear VWt:,. Ill 1,1a 1! IS and siunul'TJbout a week ngo, whon ho those who havo not already done so Johnson, of near Hartford' spent Hubort Ralph went to Hartford i n c!ti-t- n of he ooiiity moit ffPc Til!'' ANiI ." V.'ILL RKWAM). wpTckcd up, near tho McLean io got tho required tag at oncd. Monday and purchasod n supply of iXmas with Mablo Tlchonor. 1ij, gulng to Owen horo Mi. II..,. 1,.. tlm ulinrlr nt I lint Mr. Georgo Tooley diod of pneu- - dog tags for this community, '11 u"1 t o? raward a ogu.,. He wi j for mauy " .iinlu ,,", "' "" "" HTAK1) 11Y PASTOR. Mr. Churlle Mosley has moved to monla December the 26th. and brought hero nnd turn - ''unty, ' 'i'y praetlt"'! jv i tfg leadin ifTOKpcI a of Fordj Mrs. . i.i i r :ne;i. oj vwn ajpg eavera! unfoajia go organ!-- - tJ- ovt"" t0 tlm C(,urt' years ojd, and A novel J.ccleslastlcal trial was vecy BJauch Lewis whoIshas been- Owensboro, where, ho will engage in Improv- business. low with tho "llu" Coots Is nineteen Ldter h ueak In utwaipwu it.. u;r (jib geniie- - ' " " ' I ' a so" ot t'aiosuno v;ooia, oi ouiwj- - held hero IukI week ln which n minis- - Ing. v. y to his p:&ca OI r '' &. t,U nsboro an I bagrTO.XJw KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. to acount m, for the i dnlo. Ho was arrosted last summer Iter was called i stn: ooyi ;'' m it o: n TiMeniin si eet. whoi lire j Next Tuesday nlcht la tlio tiuio FOR SALE. charge but was ro- - tromeudlous crime Of using tobicco. V urtn Bur t on a vagrancy kh i ai in tin) M known fpr regular meeting of Rough River ' jnW7 bo rtt'-i l, i . i proapc oua trull! r leased. on a promise to go io worn.. It appears that tho mothodlst Eplsu was Mi Ond tract of land, 55 acres, terms Lodge, No. 110, K of V. Much busi- n, , .h tic ' hut later ityed w h tUa Unlj- fClio boy's paronta nro good honest copaj Annum uoniorenco, ai us icfcaetbl'g w Apply to Capt. AV. E. nws of vary groat importance ij up t .)uid. a (Jrtos Natlmal. 1)) i i.oonlo but tho lad ling a ropuUtlou sloti lust year, passed n' resolution ratoijablo, .,..t-..i- .d il.e t 'f,.i fellow's hu . ..!.I f n.A iu uumw lH.- Ifllllitmnlt.iillv lin.l.i tvnvn l..i um- - Uo .nett, U 8, A'., 120 V. 17th Ot.. for transaction and ovory K. of P, -v a wife nii one soul Arnold wl Of u dtsinsto lor worn unu ' iuu no ' "Jlu,KI' lo ''Uv w,!en to Uo present. Oi.piuboto, Ky., or L. IX Beunett. urgiidly toward the conventional . "lry imy prencher using tobacco. A Vho Is In ofUciiij pf the rk 'dlfforeuoo I Hut it put, tb- - last Uy In Cuitk, J Vi M. iLEit. C. C. Ky, report had none ki District Superlu- - U- !'' P. No. ' ,s t l. . i. li .1 bo litlLiir.cd :i,l ' ii ,k I)a?xi H li i.k, at iIao iKlinro.lf rlulits of liroiiCTty. 1W i. :o;-u- ' oniric. that nmoiig ttibm thoy hnil only nvo cents, and had Just dcchl'i' In tho fall of 1017 wo advised tho they would havo to kill tlielr Hti. bct-lTOWN Uoj?. The dog wh present nt t. farmers to hold tholr tobrcco for ON OUR HOME In prices on u Inter market. ar tendent thfct Rev. S. C. Chapman, pastor of (he Nocreok circuit, had THE TOBACCO MARKET Tho Hartford Republican comes to violated th)' rule, and tho Superin, trustees RUNNING L0WE1 It's patrons with It's first Issuo of tendent culW JJiostov.-nrtstho Now Year, unucr somo handicap. nnd otlierlifncors of tho circuit toEarly In tho week wo hndf a break- gether for'Jtiio trial. No ovldonco down of our llnotypo and had to was rcnulrdiKaa thex nov. Chapman Reducetelegraph to Chicago for ropalrs. frankly acknowledged an occasional Heavy Deliveries To Lowest Of The Tho delay In receiving tho part want- violation ojjtjlo tobacco rulo. The ed roaulted In a lesser volunio of lo- SupcrlntenileniVcspcctlng tlio lottcr s i .IS 'i ' .i.fi s "'. lgo !t ' H lj". . . cij to-da- y. I con--ve- rt d w- . ... --- aso y- - 'I , f I . . i pt I 1 io .... ... -e . I .'.,, 1 ,,ihi ,iiiu ,,, ,i...i .,,. ... ... :r';. " SlSSZl ... i" .,.,l?..i :..'.,.. .,. 0 ... .... r. ." to-d- I "'""' SreTnTo r.btTlTh.3t,o; I ... 'ol ' ." v- - ss 7 j 1 """ j Vy, Mrs ,' J la u"' ' d ji -- theialccs ... ,"" ' ' , w. -- jam ..,. .i., ,.,. ,. ... .,i . , . ',.:.....':..:...,., H. ton 4,' - ...,.. ?,..'"d j,,, ll -.- 1 - j. "" , 1 ti'' 'o n s wSl ll -- - -- l0' ..... ana ..... ar 1 iiiiij "i"'6 i - I JJ I s jfe j' MOUNT KATMAl'S ENORMOUS ABYSS Great Volcano And Steaming Valleys National Monument EXPLOSIVE ERUPTIONS "Valley Of Ten Thousand Smokes," Beginning Of Geyser Field. " At tho end of September last President Wilson created by proclamation tho Katmal National Monument. This reservation Incloses what tho oxploslvo eruption ot Juno, 1912, loft C'lininlicrlaln'H t'wj:H Krinedy. of Mount Kntmal, on tho southern Heforo using this preparation for a of Alaska, together with several shore valleys of steaming cough or cold you may wish, to know neighboring vents, tho largest ot which" tho Na- what It has dono for others. Mrs. tional dcopraphlc Society, which ex- O. Cook, Macon, 111., writes, "I havo plored It In Juno, 1917, named the found It gives tho quickest relief of "Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes." any cough remedy 1 have cvar used." The two features are Intimately re- Mrs. James A. Knott, Chlllcolhe, Mo., lated. Uock strata superheated slnco says "Chamberlain's Cough Jltemedy tho Rreat eruption underllo Katmal can not be beat for coughs ami colds." near enough to tho surfaco to .turn to H. J. Moore, Oval, Pa., says "I have instant steam the spring and drain-ag- o used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy waters ot many surrounding mile on sovoral occasions when I Was suf- BUILT BY ORDER OF CZAR Thus originates tho fering with a settled cold upon tho of foothills. steam which bursts from tho myriad chest and It has always brought about City of Harbin, Railway Center and Military Depot, Has Also Become m valley vents. The phonomenon Is a euro. Great Flour Center. familiar In the neighborhood of most still are classed as THINK TWICK I1KKOUK volcanoes which The city of was to orIIUVINtt NKW n.OTIIKS. der for the Ilnrbln czar built active. Steaming springs, a later e of nil the Btngo of tho vents in this valley, are Kusslns, who, 1n constructing the found upon the flanks of several of railway, found thnt he Invoice your wardrobe carefully the most prominent of our Cascade and bo suro you really need every lr needed the little village of Harbin ns n railway center nnd mllltnry depot. volcanoes, and are numerous around tlcle you plun to buy. Only u little diplomatic Juggling was tho baso of Lassen Peak. For the articles to" bo replac The comparison, however, between choose materials in garments whlih required, and the village began to grow Katmai's steaming valleys and tho will harmonize with tho rest of yoar up nnd expand before the puzzled eyes of Its peaceful Inhnbltnnts. The new geyser basins of Yellowstone is espewardrobe. It is economical to hijy I cially Instructive because Yellow- fewer garments at a time and to b ty Harbin did not absorb the old part. but was MWr beside It, so that the stone's basins once were what Katml's the best material one can afford. fanners still continue to raise their steaming valleys are now. Tho "ValTn rnnrlv-mnfrnrmnnta. nhnnw millet and wheat untroubled by diploley of Ten Thousand Smokes" Is pro- - con8orratiTe styles that may bc wo,n macy and troop maneuvers. bably a coming geyser field of enor a long time. There are few Chinese and almost mous size. The explanation is simSelect garments appropriate to tho no foreigners In the city. Russia disple. Dunsen's geyser theory, now use they are intended for and suitable courages alien immigration, and by generally accepted, presupposes a tn vnur Inrll vltlimllt v. It Is ncnnnml- - ngreement with China, only Russians column of water filling tho geyser ,cn, tQ Um,t tho number and varlety of and Chinese nre allowed to hold hind, construct houses or have nny permavent above a deep rocky superheated C(),ors ,n wardrolie. chamber in which trickling spring j stamlard materla,s of good Bra(e, nent business Interests In Hurbln. water Is being rapidly turned Into)auch . woo, fierB(J( broatlcIothi flan. Itussinn railroad officials and workers nnd Russian colonists nnd troops are Bteam. When this steam becomes crepe (,o chne , hB1Uf (Umty tho chief rqildents of the entire neighcom-an- d plentiful enough and sufficiently percal0i aTQ econoillJca, IiecnMsf borhood. pressed to overcome the weight of wear we am, ar0 neyer out of narbln Is called the "flat qlty." ex- -; tho water In tho vent, It suddenly tvi ' of Its position In the level valpanda and hurls tho water out. That ,t ley of the Sungarl river, with mounhayo tlmo aml abU ,f jJg oco is what makes tho geyser play. clothe3 or tains protecting It on cast and west. t0 ,nako , Growth Of Geyser Basin. It Is the flour center of the East. Tho IIU1 I. VI lUClllt Now, tho difference between tho fields are covered with grain, und down buying ready-to-weIn Yellowstono geyser fields and Kat- ments give preference to simplicity on (he Sungarl river front Manchu mai's steaming valleys is just a dif- - in Rtvln nnd cnoil wnrkinanshln lie- - coolies lotd endless Junks with flour In the modern mills of the ft Aa.'WAS ,.i li n tAit nnwnitiwn , - w" ( ground ,..,,-- ... lu cause they wear better and are easier ' clty tlrn rinntn nf tho pnrth nmlnr thnun ' to .launder, valloys is heated far above boiling , 0ne Barnlenl of g00(1 nmtcriaI w, His Use for Bryant's Portrait point, so that it Is not possible for j()ut,nst two ch but u m Actors are reverent souls, and whnt water to remain in the vents;it turns bo ecoIlomy t0 1)uy chenpor materJal they do not know about the men that ,.,... i io Biuuiii ua lasu as u uuuuuis anu Mil. have made our poetry and set down fiuiiiiuuin nuui uillj uiiioiwiljj . top in continuous rushes out at the Buy after tho rush season. Esti- for the rest of us the thoughts that flow. But when centuries or hun- mate the quantity of material re- we had rot the time to utter, Is of litdreds of centuries enough ellipse for quired before buying. 'Select a gar- tle momrnt. It Is a tale of long ago tho rocks between the surface and ment that will serve two purposes if that the George Itlgnold, tho deep Internal pockets to cool, tho possible. who played Henry tho Fifth In 1875. mid eroded a tremendous upheaval water will remain in many vents as all over the counI'.mong tlien water until, at regular intervals, I George was hampered by his mnth-io- r try, wu .seated one night In his dressonough steam gathers below to hurl whose Idea of godliness was clean ing room when a caller nppearcd. A it out. Then these valleys will beportrult of the patriarchal looking liness. One day a neighbor remarkcome basins of goysers und hot William Cullcn Bryant was tacked up ed on his rapid growth. springs like Yellowstone's. "Yes." said Ccorgfi, "that's ma's over the mirror. Is very large. Tho crater of Katmal "Ah, nignnld." said the visitor, "Tin Robert F, fault; she waters me too much!" Its clrcumferoncuv.says glad to admire our poet Bryant." Griggs, who headeKhn expeditions I,eo',le'8 Hon,e Journal- "ISry.int? Who's he?" which explored tho cntlro area, Is you "Why why don't know? 8.4 miles, measured along the highest Tlint's his portrait you have there." point of tho rim. "Tho area Is 4.6 'Is that old fllo n poet?" Itlgnold asked, "find! I didn't know. I got miles. Tho precipitous abyss, which him for a study In wrinkles." docs not extend to tho rim of the Kouthwc.it Hide, is somewhat shorter, measuring 2.6 miles in length, 7. G XV& A Raise In Wages. miles In clrcumferonce. and 4. Everybody likes to have his wages nquar in Hub In area. Tlio milky blue ralfcd, ami everybody feels n llttlo thrill of pride when ho Is told ho Is lako at tho bottom hi 1.4 miles long golnj to bo paid moro for his work. and nlno tenths of a mllo Wide, with Did you over figuro It out that you JaR NLiwrimni au area of 1.1 squarb miles. Tlio lit-- 1 ' were being paid wages when you go in tho lako tlo cresuut-shupe- d island to school, nnd can havo them raised measures 400 foot from point to every month tr you want to hurc. AtflM rViM point. Tho preclpiio from tho lako 1IJU nillM.Y, Illlil tllilin ttinit. J...U f.1. y I to tho highest point of the rim Is paid for your work In knowledge. SupI U.70O feet." pose this month you bring home a reDriving the Brain often port card which shows you havo been Mr. Griggs estimates tho capacity only fair In urltbinetlc. That's not I ot tho hulo ut 4,500,000,000 cubic Affects the Nerves, causbad. Hut you wnnt your wages raised. yards. If this holo wero filled with water, thoro would bo enough' to sup-- ! ing Nervous Irritation and So you work u llttlo harder and next month tho report Is good Instead of ply Now York City for 1. c:tfi days. fair, You've had n Hillary Increase. Tho rcreat eruption blow out 11,000,-000,00- 0 Nervous Headaches. Thai's tho only wuy to look ut It. cubic yards of material, moro When Nervous, fry using From tho American Boy. than forty times the amount removed In the construction of tho Panama How Finns Keep Warm. Canal. In many ways the Finns aro u very o-t- t queer people, us Is Illustrated by tho Tho liver loaos Its activity ut times Christian Herald. nnd nuedn help. Horblno Is an of- It Is during the terribly cold months foctlvo liver stimulant. It also purithat tho Finns revel In the mighty fies tho bowels, stn ngthons digestion ovens thut 1111 ono corner of every nnd restores strength, vigor and kitchen and often loom up largo and cheerful spirits. i vnslly Impressive In tho other rooms homo ns well. Tho tops of cheerful spirits. Sold by Ohio Co. The Standard Remedy for ' of it Finn these monster stoves aro perfectly flat, Drug Coit'liany. tu lead up on many years for disorders und stepstho weather ono side. bitterly ' becomes WlH'ii TO HACK lUWKON old nnd bleak, tho eutlro family will of the Nerves. KPIUNGS AS SITE tuK'd (iillts ami pillows und, mounting AT ALL DRUGGISTS to tliu toit of tlio Ms lieitter, spread Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., ,Doc. 2C At a down their bedding and Bleep very i largely-attonde- d MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. meeting of business rnmfnrtnhlv mill fnnhmierilv on tho y assurance was gly-j- ii mun Jito burd. hot bricks until mornlog. that Chrlutlan couuty would (io -. e. one-timTrnns-SIberlan df J lo-rau- se Its full share of subscribing to tho $80,000 fund which is to bo raised with which to buy G,00( acres ot land at Dawson Springs fd: tho location of tho $1,500,000 hqlpltal and vocational school to bo creeled by, tho government for sick and wounded soldiers under tho war rlskjnsuranco i bureau. Tho slto must m uonnicu whorovor tho hospital Is ljillt. Options aro already held on 31500 acres at an avorago ot about $1(j per acre. Dawson Springs has nlrcady subscribed $20,000, Hopkins Countj will glvo as much, Christian and Call well aro to contrlbuto heavily, nnd Paducah, Henderson, Owonsboro nnl Evnns-vlll- o aro also to bo ankcd to help. That Dawson Springs will bo named as tho location ot tho Institution by tho commission yet to bo named by President Wilson Is practically assured, and, onco named, construction will begin at once. Subscriptions made now will bo conditional upon tho selection ot Dawson Springs and the actual erection of tho buildings for n ponnanent Institution. HEART OF BRITISH EMPIRE . Good Reason Why Trafalgar Square, In London, Has Deen Given ' That Appellation. Trafalgar square has boon called tho henrt of the British empire, the most truty Kngllsh spot In London. It Is not of Leicester square or of Piccadilly that London Tommy drenins, but of Trnfnlgnr squnro, with tms stntup of Nelson In the renter. The Htntuc on the slender column Is England's hero. Tho figure of Nelson, tlirec times tlio nntural size. Is reared feet In tho nlr, with Lnndsecr's four lions of bronze at the lmse. Many of tlio most Important buildings of tho city ure grouped nrniind tho square. Tho Nntlonul gallery, with Its nrt collection, faces the Nelson colTlu; collection was begun In umn. 1S21 nnd Is one of tlio finest In tlio world. In the upper part of the square Is tho church of St. where Nell Gwyn lies hurled. This Inst bit of Information Is npt to Interest the visitor more than tho fact thnt Bacon was christened at tlio church's nltnr. The column stands nt the crossing of some of the most famous streets In London. Charles the First walked down Whitehall to his execution. Tho Strand, branching from the square, Is the main nrtery of tho city ns well ns the fnvorlto moctlnjr place of the pro-piBustling, noisy, crowded, fondly believed by Londoners to be broad, it is the busiest street In the empire. 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'Xv r DrJZalmor nnd Ills voclforcnt folIvory Carvlnas Owned by Plttoburglier lowers must hold up their hands In Are Declnred to De Almost holy horror when they rend theso doPriceless. y ings of our President In Franco. Paris, Dec. 14. Tho World's two During ninny yours II. .T. Ilrlnz of greatest Itepuhllcs, through tholr Pittsburgh lins gtillipred logi'Ilier one Presidents, reafflrmed tholr of the finest I'olliM'tloiis of Ivory carvfriendship unshakablo ings In America. Thcro ntu'prolmMy century-ol- d IV dozen notable eollcelloim of this hero today In two tonsts that nro sort In the country, mid unions tliptn declined to hecomo historic. the Heln. group of i;j()0 pieces lilds President Polncuro of Franco: distinguished rank, miy a writer m "I lift my glass, Mr. Prosldont, In Kerlliner's. your 'honor and In honor of Mrs. . As a rich nnd fascinating Xlolil for n t drink to tho prosperity WilKiin. discriminating collector, Mry carvof Urn Ropubllo of tlio United StatOB, ings nro perlmpH wltlinut a eer. In ii material (hut fw nlwiijn our great friend of yesterday, and of other days, of tomorrow and all houi cosily, too an a mlc, to ' time" subjected to poor or tiiedln"ro iniuislilp, tlu'.v niny well he (onsldci 'tl "I ralso my President Wlhon: iim tjpliiil of the artistic drt'lnpiiifiit Riant to the health of tho President of the time In which tlmy were pro- of th Fronch Republic anil to Mine. duced. They represent (he ;irt, more-o- v Polnciro nnd of tho prosperity r, not of one people, of oc period, France." hut, It Is scarcely tin exngg' nittouto wiy, of nil peoples nod all peiluds. H. NKKDtf DOCKS From prehistoric ages (low i through AT It II INK'S .MOUTH the civilizations of Kgypt nf.d Ahs)tIiL of classic Greece mid itmue have nnd come priceless examples of sculptured N'0' Switzerland. Dec., 22. ivories. The dnrk ages of Europe, hoi America enn be to Switzerland and meager in nrtlstlc Immures, have lie south Kuropo, not to speak of France, queathed us an unbroken chain of iu lint tho crossroads general storo is Ivory carvings. Much of tho most In to a rural country-sidtcrestlng of Mich work must h" uccred-itei- l Switzerland Itself Is tho richest to the centuries of the Gothic field for American enterprise, llut the thirteenth, fourteenth and first America must niako arrangefifteenth. The Renaissance nnd the fmitiirlou uiw.n,wi1l,if lint., ulnltl.wl II ments with tho Holland government wharf 8paC0 al tl,C Inollth f tho rIcI.-Mwealth of carved Ivories of I tii.uu mill lwifinlv .... .tVntn lnilln f'lihm IUH1U " ' Switzerland can use millions of dolnnd Japan come Ivories of oVop hi torlc Interest nnd especially In the lars' worth of American iron, coal, work of Japan, of genuine artistic grain, and cotton, hcrfy machinery achievement. nnd, especially, hcavyt iimbcr. In normal times, Switzerland an- Periods of exceptional turbulence such ns the fnll of Constantinople, the ,,,ally bouclit less than $1,000,000 reformation In Kngland and the French Worth of g()0(1, fron, lho united States revolution, huvo causeil thodesiructlon and Its exports to tl.o United States of lucouiparablo treasures. That so exceeded $25,000,000 yearly. Rotmuch litis survived seems cm so for Is tho gateway through which wonder. The explanation lies in the terdam Switzerland In 1912, began to Import very nature of the carvings. Imports reached American coal. 100,000 tons In 1911. TOOK FLING AT BOOSTERS Though heavy lumber Is tho greatest need liore, coal is vastly ImportVisitor's Surjgcstlon Probably pfd.Not Tend to Make Him Popular ! ' ant. An American hero with a In Los Angeles. apartment was permitted only one ton Merle Sldcner, local ndvei Using of coal and ono cord of wood to heat man, recently returned from a West- tho placo during tho period of three ern trip In which he visited tlr' city months. Coal cost $C0 a ton, wood of Los Angeles. He was impressed $84 a cord. with the boosting of the Los Aegeles citizens mid said he learned tb.it an Heartburn, indigastldn or distress Oregon colonel from Portland Vf3 the of tho stomach is Instantly relieved guest of honor at a bautpiet In Los by Herblne. It focres tho badly r Angeles. The usual food out of tho bo'dy and respeeches were made, all boostlnc tho 'kdow-e- ls city of Los Angeles, hut each spiaker stores tono In tho stumaclminil Sold by Ohio CounPrleo 00c. Angeles had not regretted that Los ; ut been founded on tho coast. Tlte.rt enk-cr- s ty Drug Co. nil stild that had the city beiu on the coast Instead of ten miles 6' so. CRATHR LIKK SIIKLL HOLM. from It, the city would be the gJ.Ji'h spot of the world. The visiting (coloRepresentative Slnnott, of Oregon, nel was culled on to speak and said: recently described Crater Lake on tho "Gentlemen, I am Impresbcd with oor of Houso In theso words: your city as much ns you nro and be "Southward, Crnter Lake, cauliU lieve that I can suggest u wny In ronliko and circular, 7,uuo reel nignv " which you can accomplish your ia porciieu uniiing iiiu ianajjn-i-ncndlcula- r All of the citizens present Inritcd" sides of slnggy lava rlso forward engerly, for this was upTOt'ibt from waters of tho solution that hud long hcciifju g ovor a thousand feet Indigo blue G miles across and 2,000 The colonel continued:" for. "This Is what you should do.'y,Ob-tal- n foot deep. "To tho sclontlst, a mighty, volcano a large pipe, run It from tho cen" ter of your city Into tho ocean nnjl If collansed within Itself, Mount Ma- you can stick as hard as you can blow zama, 15.000 feet high, telescoped. the ocean will soon be In your city." fNTo tho poet, 'the sea of slloncc,' Iudltinapulls News. 'a lake of mystery." "To mo, a shell holo of a war' of On That East Tenth Line. worlds who knows? They were standing around botist-ln- g "Could tho great blind pjet have about how bad their Individual 'ueGn this marvel ore his pen had was. Central euld street car service his hosts of rcbol an his was "rotteucr" than CoIIcgf. Lucifer and gels Pennsylvania said Illinois got the best Hurled headlong flaming- from tho of the ears, and the best of service. A , ethereal sky, South side man declared the South With hideous ruin and combustion. nlde service was the limit. After they down had all bad their rounds u little man who lives ou the East Tenth lino 'in Mlltonlc Imagery here he'd have filghed and Mild: found tho Impact." V'Of course, vo don't speak of it us i 1 F':-cutcd Mortnllty Heport Influcnza-Inou-monl- n from tho beginning of eplicm-l- c to December 1, 1918. Inllit enza .D773 All ngos Undor 1 year ..115 15--5 10 The Lancaster House IS NOW RECEIVING TOBACCO. All 4.44444444v. i Pncu monla 124 139 , years. year3. . .. .840 .145 210 G8 Totnl T 7017 490 30150 f j the market. We Sales every day, and open day and night. buyers arc now on Fees 10-115-220-3.10-4- 5 0 0 0 yuars. .259 years. .010 yours. . 11 GC Uti 17.12 j? 49 81 2GG i 308 d 700 1232 452 219 421 same as last year Sixth year in same location and under same management. solicit your business on the record we have made. yoars. 1040 192 79 42 115 95 j vk 40-5- 0 50-G- jcars....373 years... 177 ! e. grt ., . six-roo- m Over GO years. .300 124 29 Soptomlior j 71G J 4094 3378 Octobor 433 2799 2300 Novombor figures represent the' Tho ahovo certified returns of deaths mmlo to tho Stato Statistics ILurcau of tho Stato Hoard uf Houl'i. As will bo seen In tho total deatls there wcro 3035 between tho agob of 20 and CO, tho productive period of life. When It Is' realized that thesd deaths represent tho heads of homes (ho best nnd most useful of tho corjiuumity citizenry, all trades and pro csslons, or In tho words of a promlnci . insurance ofllclal,' Tho most d8n;iidal)lo risks," then do wo understand what an economic burden llili ophkmic ha3 assumed. From n public health stdndpoint, however, thoro has evolved one distinct material gain An evolution In public sentiment toward tho work of disease prevention: Public spirited citizens, public officials in a largo measure, social and rellglou- - organizations, all gavo tho most val'inblo assistance to Health and lUd Cross forces and In a way that 'A as never attempted before, and from this united endeavor will bo dqvoloped a new conscience nnd such a forco for common good that tho further progress of health work will hi enhanced ton fold. A'reody the health fortes of tho County, stirred ns ncveitiltcforc Jby such moral support have tauten bn now courage, and in IhclglU'of tho research work being done and the plans for Intensive uso of every know agency for prevention tho outlook for tho future Is agreeably i ' Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company t 6. W. ROBINSON Third and Triplctt J. F. VICKERS URGES NEW LAW. Necessary In Order To Huvo Anny linker Says GEO. BENTLY x - for tho Near East, including Egypt, Palcstlno, Syria nnd Asia Minor. A birthday cako for a gassod Amer- after-dinne- bright. t0 o Lame back may come from overwork, cold settled In tho nancies of tho back, or from discaiu. In tho two former cases the right remedy is liallird's Snow Liniment. It should be ubbed In thoroughly ever tho affected part, the relief will lie prompt and satisfactory. Price 2.1c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co., Drug Company. m m wi-h.- ItKI) CltOSS. An edition of tho Red Cross Magazine has been printed in Spanish. Uoy Scout troops hav .becnorgan-ros- s In the lzcd through tho Hed l: 1S Holy Land. I lit-ln- Nine Red Cross amliulances help tho municipal authorities UuJZarls to fight tho "flu." Tho Shanghai Chapter of tho A. It. suppltoi amounting to $20,000 to the Siberian Relict Expedition. C. has shipped - , I Ilotugeo Poles, Galiciuns, Letts and White Russians 4.0J0 of them stranded in Vladivostok aro cared for by tho Red Cross. ' -- ican corporal who captured a machine gun position, and Inter captured two "Washington, Dec. 20. Immcdlato Gormans about to shoot an Austra- legislation authorizing resumption of lian, was all In tho Red Cross day's voluntary enlistment in tho army and work overseas. tho repeal of provisions of tho selective servlco act, limiting enlistments "I hate dot Red Cross because It to tho period of tho war, was urged has broken the bravo spirit of tho today by Secretary Baker In a letter German peoples," said a German to Chairman .Dent, of tho House Miland added that tho Red Cross itary Committee. had taught tho German civilian popuWithout tho legislation, Secretary lation America's strongth. Baker said, tho army, after tho proclamation of peace would not have sufLSHnd Ilritlsh soldiers and sailors ficient forces to perform cssentlnl milwho had learned to row at Saint itary duties, including tho policing Dunstan's Hostel, took part In a of the Mexican border. scries of races at the Marlow Rowing Must Ito Discharged. Club steered by tho sisters of St. 'This legislation is urgently necesDunstan's. Thoro woro 21 single sary," ho wrote, "because a3 soon afscull entries. ter the proclamation of peace as tho existing emergency will permit those All discharged soldiers arc to bo who have enlisted or boen drafted to allowed to retain any sweaters, wear- - serve during tho emergency, must all, ing apparel or other supplies that In accordanco with tho law, bo dls-haof these been donated to them by tho charged. Demobilization American Red Cross, It was announc- - Jvmcn is now being rapidly made, and cd by W. C. Knowles, director of tho it is expected soon to release them Bureau of Camp Service, Lako DI- - at a rato of over 30,000 a day or iOOO a week. American Red Cross. An instruction to this effect was ! "The only men wno will romaln In sent to tho Lake division from the the service aro those men who enDepartment of Military Relief at Red listed in tho regular army on or prior Cross Headquarters in Washington. to April 1, 1917, or those whose enTho instruction is based upon an or- - listments havQ not yet expired. This small number has been cut down by dor issued by the War Department. casualties and other vicissitudes unA preliminary report 'of the Red til tho entire military force of the Cross survey of tho after-effecof United States that can bo retained in Influenza In Kentucky has Just been tho service will bo absolutely inadenir.lo to James L. Fieser, Lake dlvj- - quate and Insufficient to perform slon director of tho Civilian Relief such essential military duties as polic- Ing tho Mexican border, garrisoning work for tho American Red Cross. The survey, which Is being made our insular possessions, manning tho of tho United to find the actual facts regarding the seacoast defenses character and extent of the damage States, occupying permanent posts done by- - tho epidemic, has located and garrisons, guarding and protectmany wrecked and disabled homes ing tho large amount of recently acproperty and quired government and children made homeless. The men appointed to make the maintaining and operating tho camps survey in tho counties worst hit by and cantonments In this country to the disease are visiting 08,500 homes which troops returned from overseas and Investigating the resources of may be sent for prompt demobilizavarious localities for dealing with tion. Early Passage Asked. tho aftermath of distress. "Early passage of this legislation will' enablo the War Department to Chamberlain's Tablets. When you aro troubled with Indi- replace by voluntary enlistment men gestion or constipation, tako Cham- drafted or enlisted for tho emergency berlain's Tablets. They strengthen who can be discharged from the tho stomach and enablo it to per- service and returned to their homes ' form Its functions naturally. 'Indi- and families." A bill embodying tho dcired legisgestion is usually accompanied by constipation and Is aggravated by it. lation will bo introduced tomorrow. Chamberlain's Tablots causo a gentle ruovoment of the bowels, relieving LORD DIDN'T KNOW OF "FI.U" HUT JUDGK DID m tho constipated condition. prl-sonvo 200,-vision, ts with thoso of the health department, ho Ignored tho latter. And so it camo to pass that when John Harris, volunteer inspector, ventured into tho gathering placo of Hutcherson's flock, hero ho found many llttlo children present. Harris stopped tho meeting. "Theso children will havo to leave,' ho told the preacher. "The health commissioner has ruled that children under 1G years of ago can not attend public meetings." "Got out yourself." Hutcherson r ' told him. Harris got out. But ho found a4 policeman and tho two returnpd. Preacher Hutcherson chased thorn both away. Later they went back, stopped tho meeting and Hutcherson the Roller was rolled to" the polico station. In City Court Judge Sanders asked, "Why did yon let thoso children attend your meeting?" "The Lord says, 'Suffer tho llttlo children to come unto me, so I let them como in," Hutcherson said. "Truo "Yes," said tho Judge. enough. But when tho Lord said that ho didn't know anything about the 'flu'. Fifty dollars and cost." a Cured At A Cost Of 25 Cents. "Eight years ago when we first moved to Mattoon, I was a great sufferer from Indigestion and constipation," writes Mrs. Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111. "I had frequent nead-achand dizzy spells, and thero was a feeling like- a heavy weight pressing on my stomach and chest all the time. Every morsel of I felt miserable food distressed me. I could not rest at night and felt tired and worn out all the time. One bottlo of Chamberlain's Tablets cured mo and I havo since felt like a different person."- - m es q "You look tired." "No wonder. I've just been gassed for 45 minutes." "You don't say so! Who did It?" ld. Birmingham "A politician." Age-Hera- JUDGE JIAGKK DIES AT OWENSBORO HOME Owensboro, Ky., Dec. S. W. Hager, 27 Judgo chairman of tho Kentucky Workman's Compensation Commission and publisher of tho Owensboro Inquirer, died at '9 o'clock tonight at his home in this city. Judgo Hnger had been in ill health for sev- .lnKtfiii iiiiv 1ntirinvi ijnv ftlrln. entirely. 15ut that Isn't the worst. FOR FLETCHER'S Tie other morning one of my iiclgh-tor- s and I were fattiudlng on tho back platform of ui East Tenth street car. Well, at Tenth aud Sterling streetu It atAI.NK HUXTEUS KILLED. tho car swayed aud bumped ho violently that It Jolted u lead pencil out AugustaMe., Dec. 28. A ton oi of the pocket of my neighbor and llut the others wcro gone. Indian-- 1 cloven lives was taken during tho apolls News. hunting season In this stato. Four woro shot, being mistaken for deer; Appropriate Name. ono was nccldontly killed by a comAs ho polished his customer's hoots panion; two accideutly shot them- tho bootblack puffed nt the end of n,,0,ve() ,, four wero drowned Dur- cigar. Thinking to have a little fun UB tho 1917 hunting season thoro at the youth's expense, tho customer wore seven fatalities. asked him If ho always smoked cigars. I -- . "Oh, yes, pretty ofteu," declared tho GKItMAN AMIIASSADOH youth. I I"'1 l , ., . ,TIj,.j MMIIM.-- 1AIITAI. "What brand do you generally JITJdli'ii j.... ... ...--- . ,1 smoke?" was tho next question. "Itoblnson Crusoe, Mr," cmuo the re London, Dec. 27 Unilor pressure ply. 'troni'tho Entento, says n Gorman Tho customer pondered awhile. wireless dispatch received today, tho "I never heard of thut brand," ho German Amba' idor to Turkey and said. Uaf! left Constantinople. "It's a name I'vo given 'em myself." hla staff aro expected to reach Genoa on suld the youth. "You see, guv'nor, oldThy Saturday. Crusoe was a castaway I" Children Cry CASTORIA A recent letter from a little Porto Rican school boy reads, "If you like mo to sold some, tho people like tho Red Cross buttons hore(" Pumpkin plo won tho voto of American Camps anil ospltals overseas for a Thanksgiving treat. The Hed Cross provided Uie pic. 1 eral months, but It was announced that his condition had taken a chango for tho worse. Judge Hager had served as Stato Treasurer and stjito auditor and was tho Democratic nominee for governor in 1908, mm St., Louis, Mo., Dec. 28; When having been defeated by Augustus E. CHRISTMAS TOBACCO opponent. Republican MOXKV IS PLKNTIKUL tho Rov. John W, Hutcherson, Holy Wilson, his Roller preacher, found tho "com- Judge Hager came to Owensboro in Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 23 Christ- mandments of tho Lord" conflicted 1910. mas money is flowing among tobneco growers of the Green River district. From sales niado in Owensboro they have been paid a total of $1,077,56G.-.4- 0. - CALLED HER FAMILY Tho Military Govermlr of'Palcstino has asked tho Red Cross tq"undcrtnke woavlng oa. a.largu fjCMo furnish ouipioyincniganu cunning, ? Formerly a poo?ho.ise 250 tons of Rod Cross itore 'holpod to trans- lorm u uuo one, oi me largest ana finest Amorlejlir 'hospitals In Scotland. Directory otbUiQ Industrial plants of tho Morgan Memorial of Boston aro plaurPug- - to niako tho necessary 'chnngM 47 train woundod soldiers propcrlV V . Y rVi& Mud Specialist 1 r ru Several olllccrs from the front speak of n famous bootblack In Purls who Is known us tho "mud specialist." Tho Individual can tell every soldier client what section of the trenches ho halls 4 from merely by examining the mud on ' J.ls feet. It Is wild that ho rarely makes a mistake, mid can spot a mail's battle station anywhere between , l'pros and Verdun with marvellous accuracy, uppurcntly each sectlou of tho lloug line having Its characteristic ibruu'l of mud. hospital at Vladivos of 200 beds, a staff of Aindi can's ml Japanese physicians, Quick Cuiq fl'or,,('roiii. Watch for tho flrsV- - symptom. 10 Aiue lcama"nd 15 Jupaneso gradu is,''-!'- ' and give . Chamberlain's ate nun It Is prompt Co igh Honicdy 'at onco. Uflng tho Btlllroom as a garago m am' effectual.' for bnb? carrlica and, tlio bar for serving food, tho A. It. 0. Child Wol-fur- e .SOJIOOL-ItOOHl'MOK. i Cniter In Loudon has establlsh-o- d your ltejf,tn'tlu East End "Pub." Teaohor What! Forgotton pom ii agsln? What would you tfelak 'r'iolm Flnjoy head, of tho A. II. or soldlor who wont without a gu i r, O. oopimifcslon to Palostlno,' has been was an 'omray I'd think ho Si lHurk cd Rod Cro33 Uouiuilsslunor l'asolng Show. 51r. 1KH The A. It. C. tok has i capacity s j ofli-co- There havo boon 0,919,425 pounds of Pryor sold at an overago of $14.97 K a hundred. Tho Uurloy sales totaled 18,175 pounds, ut an average of $19.05. The Pryor nverago Is $1.55 under Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Tcaas Lady, But Now tho avcrago realized by growers on moro than. 7, 000,000 pounds at this She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For tlmo last year. Her Recovery. Tho past weok saw the greatest rush of tobacco to Owensboro In tho history of the business. Moro than torso City, Tex. Mra. Mary Klf the better. That was six years atf 3,600,000 pounds ofy Pryor tobacco man, of this place, says; "After the and I am still hero and am a well, wero sold at an average of $14.83. strong woman, and I owo my life tj It is admitted on cvory hand that birth of ray little girl... my sldo com. Cardul. I bad only taken half tho tho prices would have been higher tnenced to hurt mc. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel better. had thoro not been such a rush and congestion of tho weed. It was with to bed. We called tho doctor. Ho The misery in my sldo got les3... 1 difficulty that buyers handled their treated mo... but I got no letter. I continued right on taking the Cardul purchnses. jot worse and worse until the misery until I bad taken three bottles and I It is believed that tho market will bo stronger after tho first of tho year was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any moro for I was well and never felt bettor In my llfo... I when tho sales will bo resumed three months and Buffered such arony again. . have never had any troublo from that Big buyers have boon cautious In that I was Just drawn up In a knot... day to thls.' , bidding, nnd competition has not been I told my husband if ho would get Do you Buffop- frpm headache, bacl: spirited. me a bottlo of Cardul I would try It... ache, palus In sides, or other diatom, m an When ou have Backache, tho liver I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you ful or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. fajmed-outif 6o, Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho evening I called my family about weak, nervous and give Cardul, the woman's ton liver, kidneys and bladder A trial me... for I knew I could not last 50c bottle will convince you. Get It many days unless I bad a chanco for trial r drug storo ut m - ? tho 4C-y- jH Ktzw 1 K tut- 'fW dU',A.i.dVfo- mfrt$MVi$i Ki , -- The Hartford Republican scrlptlon lnw to bVlnR hor fcarlcs sons to tho battlo lino In dofenso of tho Mother country. tho cold win-tdnys wo envy tho hnppy lot ot tho lilIsHful farmer, whoso lnrder and coal shed filled, hns notliliiR to do but chew his tobacco, oat three meals n ' day nnd loaf at tho village etoro. And llko a lU of this too, while wo work oloven ) aver all day nnd until (clock at night. And yet, we can icinombor when wo lived in Just such lilissless Ignoranco of tho Impplnosn nt nut. ln null mivlpil tlin 111. in who wore a collar and tlo sovon days in STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluke- McFluko.) - Published Weekly by AKTFOIU) I'lUNTINQ COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, "W. S. Mrnn, Ark., two slators, Mrs. C. E. Bidoy, Cedar Rnplds, Iown, nnd Mrs. Willlard Lake, Simmons, Ky., nnd ono Mother ltufus McKlnloy, Simmons, With tho coming of or TINSLEY, as. President Sec.-Trc- 30HN AnXRY THOMAS W. a. TIXSI.KY. Arsoclato nnd Uuslncss Mnnngcr. Postomco, Kdltor Kdltor Ky. Sho was a kind nnd loving wlfo Thcso havo been just about the dri- arjd mother nnd though wo dcoply est wot holidays wo hnvo over gono fei'I tho Iors of ono who wns loved up ngnlnst, but, llko Uncle Hill F l- s6 well nnd miss tho voico that Is iner's Nlggor In Jail, was by the stork Milled, wo would say " Loved ones peas, If wo don't como to llko 'cm, grtevo not, for sho hns only obeyed wo most assuredly aro destined to tli' numinous of 'ono who docth nil If-co- You Share in a Great National 1 Saving When You Buy WIRTHMOR $l' WAISTS, . accustomed to 'cm. Every tlmo wo hnvo n bYonkdoivn and n chnnco for a day or two off, mnA nml ,ta ,01 tll Mamo rlvor season is n Innllnr In RWnnn cold to fish, or tho squirrel (I, a ivnuV Imil to ... Li- - mul wo Address nil communications , ! n.i iii, i.t. nma closed nndt0wo can'ttohunt Even Ifwife ! ork, our Tho Hartford Republican. point ot1 ?" There's a difference In tho won't.. let us out. Dollovo , mo . Sanmn- I ., , , , , ... vlow. ma, lis n nam cruei worm ai uuim. sunscmnEits. notice Wo havo no choice botweon DemoSubscribers desiring tho paper sent Bat Nail has been pestering tho llfo must glvo tho old crats in tho matter ot tho appoint to a now address new postmaster for tho out of John Henry about that cow he In making tho request. ment of tho address Business Local3 and Notices 10c iTnrfnr,i nnatntilen. but wo do have. and I woro to glvo Bat. I denied all " per lino, and Be per lino for addition- ' along with tho public gonerally, an' responsibility for tho cow or anyal insortlon. Bat readily which thing Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards interest In tho efficiency of tho con- ngrecd, olso, to "nobody over held or ho said No other busi6c per line, money In ad- duct of the otllce. of Thanks, vance. ness institution In tho county Is so considered mo responsible for anyChurch Notices for sorviccs freo, vitally concerned with good postal thing." Bat offered to compromise but other advertisements. Be per lino. scrvlco as tho newspaper, which Is with Thomas yesterday for a one galAnonymous communications will almost wholly dependent upon it in lon crock nnd milk dipper. receive no attention. giving satisfactory service to tho pubMy wlfo took me to tho movies last lic. It in always a pleasure to comTELEPHONES. Tio.ny nignt anti in iurn, i iook ner a public official for a proper mend 123 Cumbcrlnnd GO conduct of his otllco, regardless ot to church on Sunday night. These Farmers Mutual his politics, and wo hope to bo ablo wero tho first gatherings we havo tho new postmaster, been In since tho Mil hit this burg and !l to commend ay, .JANUARY prid whoever may bo appointed, but we Judging from tho attendance at the serve fair notice now thnt we shall two different places, thero must be dispatches from tho peace demand for ourselves, and tho public a lot more danger up at tho church Recent conferences in Europe say mighty wo serve, a reasonable measuro of than down at the show house. efficient service, as a right nnd not as little about tho "Fourteen Points." Editor Greep wns certainly In his a courtesy. glory over nt tho Herald office TuesWo do not recall who first said day night when the basement overIX LOVING MEMORY. "Give a fool rope enough and ho will flowed. Being n preacher and a hang himself," but wo do know ho v'AVIIlTKSYILIii:. Of Alice Douglass Itannoy, born member of tho Christian church, he was wiso In his day and generation. March 1G, 1914, and departed this did not mind getting nil wet and sogMr and Mrs. B. A. Hickey returned Wo aro tempted to refer to the life December 1, 1918. Just 1 days gy from tho hoofs up,vand took to the big drop Jn temperature, but the after hor mother was taken the great water Just like a duck, but 'twas (o tb'ir home in Central City a;tir with Mr. comment would bo too obvious. Low white angel of Death again descend- mighty hard on me, n sort of cold oen i nff the holidays temperatures obtain In all northwest- ed apd entered tho homo of G.iy collared methodist, working In that Htckf 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn-keern States'. water, helping tho parson get the as IT Ranney and when it aiconded ag-.i(ferman Midralt returned to It boro ns its precious prize the soul Herald out. k. at Owensboro, aiter biing Though a bit delayed, winter at of Alice Douglass. She was four 9 CbrU'inas. last is hero, and we havo no Just years old and died of spinal meninAt last, A. Rial, the popcorn man. young people were delighted complaint coming unless It under- gitis, following influenza, and ncr has resumed his former glory, that i'v.t 1 dance given at Mr. Bon s.im takes to repeat to play a return en- body now rosts beside that of hcr sphere In which he movThursday night ard every gagement of last winter's show. mother, in Oakwood cemetery, Hart- ed beforo the flu ban went on, viz: .'iacfji ant reportod a dandy tin o. Ky. She has gone from IhU tramping on your feet, standing on.on' ford. lary Tyler Cook spent Xmas Wo believe ITof. Cherry is tho worU, novor t0 know C3re or Borrov 's corns, mussing you nil up and his place, and also Mr. V1- best man offering himself for the am, nhaU forover rest safo , hcr snilllnir salt In vntir ivi ns 1m ilia. ' Democratic nomination Tor governor, raothcr.8 arma. iereavod loved ones, penscs his wares to tho patrons of trr Gt : isr Bessie Mattlngly and Mia:; but it is not the habit ot tho Kcntuc- Hhn1, thps ilofnr ,,, the movies. Ho don't only do this Ed a !hown were in U.tcnblx.o ky Hcmocrncy to nominate its bust a land where tears aro unknown. between acts, he does it while in the ho pi g, Thursday. man for governor. act. B r. Edgar Shown is spcnling trj A precious ono from us has gone, When Col. Roosovelt dies, as in tho Jim Bennett went into tho Clerk's wee (id with his brother, fr. Uea- A voico we loved is stilled, natural course of events bo must, A place is vacant in our homo of Adaburg. Ofilce 'tother day to havo his dog ni9 3!" P it will bo a great relief to tho Demo1 r. Ilyde Keown, of Adab irg, wa licensed. When Jim made his appliWhich never can be filled. cratic editors, who aio suffering a cation for tho tag the Doputy Clerk in 'h asvllle on businers. Siturday constant irritation over the Cnlonel'3 God in His Heaven hath recalled IV. ad Mrs. Robft Wlllinm an. axed him If It was for himsolf'vliere-upo- n public declarations. his face went red and ho re- Mrs V H. Haffey npnt the io!iday The boon, His love had given. plied, "No its for the dog at home." witl E . and Mrs. Wedding. When tho new Congress convenes And though the body moulders here. M a !d Mrs. f - jw Palton of Ada- The soul is safo in Heaven. in extra session in March, as it is almy wife and I sat around the urr :ne the gur s, of Mr. Jo'muie As MR. and Mrs. M. F. CHUMLEY. most certain to be, the light will bo it' ill nd fami' hearthstone tho other night, she beo turned on tho manner of expend:.: as .aisy v. . u-- .g is vltlting ing in a rather joyous and speculative CKRAIiYO. itures of the eighteen billions of dolrjia ivo at this place. Mr. Leonard Kimmel, of Musclo frame of mind, superinduced by the lars the government dispensed since Shoals, Alabama, i Spending the yuletido spirit I presume, tlio it the war began. IJALI) KXOR. holidays wltlt his parents, Mr. and wasn't yuietide spirits that was af1 fecting my condition, spoke up from Mrs. L. A. Kimmel. We call attention to our liberal With 1 merry Christmas and a hapMrs. J. O. Everley and children, of her corner about as follows: "Old clubbing offer with tho Louisville py New Year to all! Courier-Journa- l, appear- Evnnsville have returned home after man! when you havo mado the last Times and big Jump, when you hit 'the great diMrs. Itowan, teacher of the Rob ing on the second page of this paper. spending several days with relatives vide, I have figured out an appropri- Roy school, and little daughters, you are planning to take ono or here and at Hockport. It Master William Denbart and ate epitaph to placo on the board to Lockio Jnd Wolnin, were pleasant liotu of these metropolitan dailies you visitors with the family of Mr. L. can save money by orderifig through Mltchel Park Maddox, of Providence, be stuck Just west of the spot in L. which you aro planted. It is this: Leach. Friday. are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. 'the Hartford Republican. Mr. (iinlo Whlto has bought Mr. 'Here now reposeth a good husband, W. D. Barnard. an ideal one, and never more in any Joe Stratton's farm, for which ho With tho beginning of the new Mr.Odra Allen hns erected a new ' other spot will hu lie." Somehow paid $l,f00. .year our county officials have com- resldpnce here nnd moved Into it. my mind just naturally went to good Hfiljert Stewart is moving oft Mr. pleted a year's service, and wo aro Mr. Owen Jones, of tho Steamer, .pleased to say they have all dis- Bowling Green. Is spending the holi- Huns, tho old timo good Indian, and Mr. JaniH Howard's farm, nnd Gene charged their duties faithfully, hon- days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. when 1 consulted Mr. Wobster as to and Henry Her aro moving on it. tho meaning of never more to "llo" Mr. Tom Johnson is moving on Mr. orably nnd well. It Is also a pleas- l. Jones. I confess I was not so very much Joo ilalzt'.s farm. ure to say as much of tho lone DemMr. Leonard Kimmel spent from Mr. J. M. Leach lias in his possesocratic official who appropriately oc- Wednesday until Sunday with ills impressed with wife's epitaph. m sion a sword that was used by his cupies the cold north corner of tho cousins, Orvillo and Crsp-ble- r, Dan IX LOYIXG .MEMORY OK in tho Revolutlon- court house. of Paradise. Jary war. Miss Mary Ethel Evorly has reMyrtle McKlnloy Ranney who de-- j Mr. R. V. Davis 1b expecting his Not considering the increased trib- turned home after spending soveral pnrtod this llfo November 27 1918 daughter, .Mrs. Myrtle Dockory, homo ute paid through higher freight and days with relatives nt Island sho was born August 22. 1891 nnd soon from Eastorn Kentucky. .Airs. passenger rates the people have paid Mrs. T. F. Balls, of near hero has was married to Guy Ranney Septem Dockery lias been away two years, directly from the Federal treasury moved to Centertown. ber 11, 1909. Sho took sick Nov- and In that timo has lost her husband $150,000,000 for tho privilege to alMrs. Mattyo Wood spent from low McAdoo direct tho railroads for Tuesday until Thursday with her ember 17, and though attended with and three children. care a period of less than u year, uud now father, Mr. P. R. Robertson, of Pond tho tendorestduring and tho aid ot live Mr, Curtis Sandefur cunio homo physicians hor illness, after Monday from Ged, La. .that distinguished candidate for tho Run. ton days succumbed to .pneumonia Uncle Len Leach Is tho oldest citi l'rcsldoncy insists upon the people Mrs. Emma II. Fulkorson is visit- following influenza. Sho leaves a zen of this community. Uncle Len continuing the extravlgant experi- ing Mr. Henderson Klrtley and famihusband nnd three children, Guy Is 81 yea Is old. ment for a period of flvo yenrs. May ly, of Island'. IlL'n S VP.irS AllfA ni.llirlno nnn Mrs. AiIe. Sandefur, of Cromwell, tho good Lord savo us from being Mr. Ilezra Rowe has rented and 4 an,i ..' willlm.. .0 is visltlnil hcr sister, Mrs. Jmnes McAdooed. , moved to Mrs T. F. Ball's farm. mollthSi aIso fathor R p McKlnloy. Black. 'I Mrs. Eva Green has roturuod to I Returns from tho recent election hor homo in Cumberland City, Tenn. id England Indicate that the Lloyd Sho was accompanied by hor mothor, . fleorge government, which went to Mrs. D.'W. Kimmel. the country for n voto of confidence Mrs. Minnlo Fulkorson visited her n the conduct of tho war, has re- brother, Mr. Marvin Everly, of Wilceived a majority of five to ono. Af- liams Mines, and hor son. Mr. Cecil ter so recent a voto of want of con- Fulkcrson, ot Nelson, last week. fidence in hls.own administration, by Mr. C. P. Morris visited his cousin, bis own country, it must havo been Mr. Jim Garrett, of Owensboro, a few einbarrisslng to President Wilson to days last week. m M Ll I M bo In England just at tho timo tho Jewel, tho little son of Mr. and! of tho recent English election Mrs JoiT Curtis, who has been quite! result was being announced. in in iiiuiiiuuiiiu, is inougnt 10 uo May bring an abundance of happiness) soino better nt tills writing. It Is tho irony of fato that leaves Mr. Weslie Rowo has moved to tho and prosperity to every one, and we I Ireland bound hand und foot while J. B, McConnel farm. invite you to partake of the bargains tho purpose of tho great war Just closed Is declared Jo havo boon to glvo AUSTRALIAN' GRAIN IS here for you. to the peonies of all nations, great OX WAY TO ENGLAND and small, (the principle of it is little wonder that London, Dec 28. Australian nnd Ireland roasted conscription and tu t Now Zealand havo 124,000,000 bushEngland flld not daie to onforco it. els of wheat for export, besides tho Given the' local DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, JEWELRY th.it grain America unn sond abroad. is ai;corJ.JMCsnnda or Australia, Ire- - Ships nro now bringing the Aus- .....,.. ...... ... It iirn ra.ml mi .. vwji- - III.. .I Aj m i.iii;iuiiu nan limiu ... l. s.y, "I" '"i"""" .rtliKlUaVlllO, "largely-attomlemeet men hero eiy- assi """ n that Christian co Mi.lT would Entered according to law nt tho Hartford, Ky., ns mall matter ot tho second class. to .. i things well' nnd which wo must nil answer, sho hns gono on tho voyngo thjt wo must make nnd from which noiio over return. Rio has departed this world for a land much fairer limn this, whoro sorrow ncvor comos, wlicro tho streets nr gold and thoro Is no night to mar tin brightness of eternal day, and is no with her mothor who dl6d nlno years ngo, nnd Just a fow stops nway fl In ho laud whosu portals wo call death, they stand nnd beackon to loved 'lines. Sio professed faith in Christ nt thq ego of 12 years nnd until her death was a dovotcd christian and surrly such a beautiful llfo as hor's Is Worthy of Imitation, for nono know her but to lovo her. Tho sunshino of tor presence will bo sorely missed Imt'ilod docth nil things well and may he o wUh nn, BUgB,n thJ bercave(, one In this hour. Her beautiful eart'ily cxistcuco is ended and sho Is sleeping thnt sleep from which thero Is no awakening. "lie comforted, yo loved ones who weep Sre is not dead, she is Just asleep, While angels cluster 'round hcr head Asleep with Jesus, sho is not dead. Ml!. AND MRS. M. F. CHUMLEY. SSTF 1J n .y y ii "iy jm Fl&3r - 1 MHIV VTvfiii1 a UlO1! tj-i- tr l rt i A 1 .1 t iflTJVt 1 il MUX Y. I I X1 k i UaM 7 if 1L X of r C ' &l b i dollars are saved HUNDREDS of thousands annually to the women of America through the great economies of the WIRTHMOR PLAN the plan that makes possible these wonderful dollar waists. GOOD STYLE, GOOD FIT, GOOD WORKMANSHIP and GOOD SERVICE are the qualities that adhere in every waist that is worthy of bearing jl 4 -- the WIRTHMOR label. Sold in just one good store in every city and sold here exclusively. ; y. -- NEW WIRTHMOR MODELS ON SALE TO-MORRO- self-satisfi- ', .., ,, ,. Carson szssssa (&. Co, 8 ! Hartford, Ky. s BHBBBIPV-Vj- "TO TSV'l.T 'yifTw mi-j- - groat-grandfath- NewStoves i Most people are particular when it comes to buying a cook stove. They want the best or none. It js right that they should have the best. We handle the FAMOUS PROGRESS BRAND of COOK STOVES-th- e tried and proven kind. Biscuits are always brownest when cooked in a Progress Stove. Best value for your money. No-In- n. P,iin ; Itls Our Wish That The YMr 1010 V JJ 1 If It's Furniture You desire, get what you need from us and save money. W. H. BAIZE j ACTON BROS: AJ HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ..,... d to-d- ,l : 1 I .fl , . - - -- - -- - i We You! Thank I Miss Doll Walker, of Morgnntown, enmo hero Monday to rcsumo her work on tho faculty of tho High school. Somo parsons on tho bridge, hero Wednesday, observed n cow, that lind been drowned perhaps, floating down tho rlvor. ' il On the Threshold of 1919 i i' Miss Kennedy Collins loft Monday for Howling Green to rccumo her studies at Howling Oroon Business University. Mlsa Lurono Collliw returned to Oroonvlllo Sunday, after spending tho holidays with hor parents, Air. and Mr3. Uandall Collins, hero. We congratulate our customers and friends upon the dawn of peace, as it radiates from the blood stained fields of France to the four corners of the earth, and extend to one and all our sincerest wishes for a full measure of prosperity and happiness throughout the new year. 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, but as in the past, we will do our best to supply your needs in the best way possible. We wish you a joyful yuletide, and Condensed Statement at the Close of Business Mr. K. Y Park, who has a position in Central City, returned to that I plnco Tuesday, after spending a fow days hero with relatives. County Farm Agent, W. W. Brow-de- r, returned Wednesday from a Christmas visit to his former homo, at Olmstcad, In Logan county. Mlsa Mary Bean, after spending tho holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Bean, has returned to Portland, Ohio, where sho has a December 31, 1918. -- RESOURCES. Bills Discounted $283,262.87 Overdrafts 756.46. Stocks and Bonds 59,030.00 Banking House and Lot 3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures. . 1,500.00 Cash on hand and due from banks 116.83&89 Total $464,388.22 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 40,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 Undivided Profits 2,383.30 Deposits 399,140.42 Due Banks 1,264.50 Dividend No. 62, 4 per cent clared Dec. 31, 1918 semi-annual,d- e- 1,600.00 $464,388.22 lion D. Ringo, of Owonsboro, has been appointed chairman of tho Stato Tax Commission, to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of Gen. M. M. Logan. Mrs E. V. Her left hero Monday for Mobile, Ala., whero sho goes to spend the winter with her and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Arnold. son-in-la- Total A BANK FOR THE PEOPLE SINCE 1882. Bank of Hartford OFFICERS .7. W. FORI), President KOWAX HOLBROOIC, uOtv 1 : Tho county school board will meot hero Monday. Tho board will fix tho school levy for tho now year and at tend to such other business as may nominee of tho Democratic party for come beforo it. governor. Ho was nt the time of his Squlro Q. It. Brown, of McIIcnry, death Chairman of tho Workmens was hero on business Monday. Squlro Compensation board. Brown brought in about 30 applications for dog tags for owners of dogs Mr. Everett Albln and wife. In his emmunity. Helen, of Rosino, who recently had a divorce suit pending in Ohio Miss Wlllyo Llndley, of Point circuit court have effected a reconPleasant, was tho guest of friends ciliation, much to the gratification of there, Saturday and Sunday.cn-rout- o their friends. to Georgetown, whero sho goes to reJudge Lucius P. Littlo died at his sume her school work. homo in Owensboro, Monday. Judge Clytc Miller Jarnagln, son of H. Littlo was for twelve years circuit C. Jarnagln, of Roanoke, La.. Is Judge of this district, and was well He was spending a few weeks with relatives knowu In Ohio county. and friends In "tho Cromwell and eighty years old. Beaver Dam communtles. Mrs. Spurgeon Foster died of, The Hartford .Republican ingMr, and Mrs. TIco Burns aro spendtho latter part of tho weok in A number of hor Hartford friends pneumonia, at her homo near RoOwonsboro. graciously remembered, with Christ sino, Friday. Several members of .JANUARY Jl FRIDAY mas presents, Miss Wllllo Smith, a Mr. Foster's family have Influenza, For quality try my lino of Diamond popular Hartford girl who is now do- and one of his sons has pneumonia. Island groceries. Nono better. ing Red Cross work In France. A fresh outbreak of tho flu is reportU H. & E. It. R. TIME TABLE W. H. BAIZE. ed In the old Salem community, loath Bound, fcfo. 116 Tho Lady Maccabees will meet in north of Roslue. 9:06 a. m. nt Hartford Due Littlo Miss Cora May Southard, of regular session Thursday, January, North Bound, No. 114 Mrs. Gllmoro Keown, of WashingA full 6.46 p. m. Simmons, Is spending tho week with 9, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. Hartford Dae at Mrs. S. O. Keown. membership Is urged to he present ton City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. (Both "Mixed" Trains. ) as the annual election of officers will O. Keown. She has had an acuto at tack of bronchitis since arriving, but Mr. R. II. Gillcspio was in Louis- bo held. is improving. Mrs. Keown is em ville last week, visiting his daughter, We aro still receiving all payments ployed In ono of tho Federal depart Miss Bess'lo Gillcspio. Personal News offered for subscriptions, with New ments at Washington, but will probaWe want a correspondent at a num- Years gratitude. Just because Roll bly resign when her husband, Lieut. ber of points in tho county whore we Riley was first Isn't any reason why Keown, returns from France. and Social Eueots. you should not Join the New Years do not already have one. brigade. Dr. A. B. Riloy, who has been a Captain in tho Medical corps of Mr." Floyd Keown, of Fordsvllle, Mr. Byron Miles, of Towanda, 111., Undo Sam's army, and recently stawas In Hartford Wednesday, attendMr. II. II Slnnott, of near town, arrived at Glendeano last Saturday tioned at Camp Sherman, Ohio, has ing to somo legal business. was In Owensboro", Tuesday. to spend a week with tho homo folks. been mustered out of the service and Mr. Jefferson Waterson, who is Mr. Miles was hero Tuesday to seo is In Hartford again for the practice ' Miss Sulllo Bean spent tho weok employed at St. Louis, Mo., spent the his sister, Mr. R. M. Wooster Ho has offices next and of medlcino. end with relatives at Dundee. door north of tho Commercial family. holidays with his family here. Hotel. Tho doctor gained somo valuMr. J. II. B. Carson mado a Wo are indebted to MrTRoll Riley, able experience while doing hospital Mrs. Laura Stevens will go to trip to Loulsvlllo last week. Loulsvlllo tomorrow, where she will of tho Citizens National Bank for practice in tho military service, and make her home with her son. our first New Years present. Roll will pass it along to his old patients. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock spent came In bright and early New Years NOTICE. a fow days in Owensboro this week. Miss Lcttlo Bell returned Sunday morning and renewed his subscrip-to- n from a visit with Misses Hettio and for tho year 1919. I have located in Beaver Dam for J. D. Taylor, of Cromwell, called Ruth Riley, at Union City, Tonn. the practice of dentistry, and shall at this olllco whllo in town, Monday. Wo must insist upon our corresCapt. W E Bennett, U. S. A., re- pondents omitting mention of tho gratefully appreciate tho patronage of tho public. Call on mo at tho A. Mr. Harvo Condltt, of Mantanzas, tired, of Owensboro, was tho guest of visit of one nolghbor to another. was hero oh legal business Tuesday. relatives hero Monday and Tuesday. Such mattors aro not of news inter D. Taylor property. M. R. TAYLOR, D. D. S. est to our readers. Unusual neigh- 25tf m Mr. C. B. Carden shipped a mixed Miss Elizabeth Mooro began Thurs- borhood gatherings may be properly LOST 150 IN AIR. load of stock to Louisville Monday. day a sorlcs of visits to tho principal mentioned. towns of tho county in the interest of Washington, Dec. 28. Tho War Now storo ovory article in stock tho Red Cross. Mr. Ben Taylor has boon In Birds that 150 absolutely new. Eye, Indiana, this wook to attend tho Department announced W. II. BAIZE. : opened Monday burial of his brother, who was killed American commissioned officers of Hartford school tho nlr after having been closed in ore than In Borne machinery ho was ropalrlng, in actionservice were killed in 1918 in Franco. Mr P. II. McDowell has recently two months on account of tho influ- by the engineer starting tho machinery to operating without knowledgo built a new resldenco near enza epidemic. I of tho young man's position.' ! Commonwealths Attorney, C E. Miss Beuluh Mooro left Sunday Smith will go to Owonsboro, Monday See tho splendid financial for Bells Run to resume (quelling, for a two weeks term of tho Davloss of tho Bank of Hartford In this Jt school. issuo of The Republican. criminal court. This oldest banking house In the county has Wdlor, of Dundee, Stockholders Meeting Miss Ruth Mr. J. 0. Miles, of Glendeano, vis had an unusually prosperous year, spent tho wook ond with Miss Boulah ited his and daughter, Mr and its statement shows the Iargost To bo held ut o A. O. A. Building Mooro. and Mrs. It. M. Woostor, of this volumo of business in Its history. place, first of tho week. Mr. M. L. Hoavrln Is confined to Wo sent two communications to SATURDAY, JAN. II, 1919 his room with some affection of his Floronco and Irene Fry mi re, of the wasto basket this weok because bladder. Horso Branch, spent a fow days last tho writer did not sign his name. Lot Thero aro homo mutter to week with their grandparents, Dr. us Bay for the hundredth time we up licfciro thix body that is of vital A complete lino of shirts, tics and and Mra. W. L. Lawlnco, at Narrows. positively will not publish uny writ- Interest to each null every member collars nt ten matter that comes to us uuslgnod. and jou aro earnestly to W. II. BAIZE'S now store. Seo Fordsvllle Planing Mill Combo on hand nt 10 o'clock A. M., Katur-da- X Judgo S. W. Hagar, owner of tho pany's advertisement in this paper. January lltli, 1010. Mr, W. 0. Norrlngton, of Macco, Write them for prices on anything Owensboro Inquirer, died Friday. guest of friends In mentioned in tills ad. and you will Judgo Jlagar had Boryed a term as S. L. ICING, was tho wook-en- d ' hear from them promptly. Hartford. Milliliter, Hartford Brunch. Auditor, und mis ut one tlmo tho 4. ' V. President C. O. HUNTER, Cashier a prosperous, happy New Year. Sincerely your friends, ; HX i6b Ma-rla- m New Year's frftt444tt Greetings ! To Our Friends and Customers : Closing our books for the year without thanking you for the business you have given us, would leave one of our principal debts unpaid. We there- t fore want to sincerely thank you, not only for' the business you have given us, but for the most agreeable relations under which your patronage was given. The year just closed, in point of volume of business, has been our 'largest and most, successful, for which we are thankful to you. We trust that 1919 will bring nothing but happiness and good cheer to you and yours. Sincerely, I ! OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. $ mmmm ' A General Line of Hardware Furniture Stoves i Wl B Farm Tools Buggies Wagons Lumber - NOTICE! son-in-la- w Shingles Metal Roofing Gasoline Engines Feed Grinders Edison Phonographs Can be purchased at v -- Rubber Roofing Doors and Sash Paints and Varnishes Fordsville Planing Mill Compan JAKK WILSON, Manager. y, I .$ FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. fr i- - X X? IT i !- will bo sold subjoct to tho homcstcatl MASTKH COMMISSIONER'S SALK.Mand situated In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as follows: On tho north Interest of tho widow, Lctha Mc- by n dirt road loading from Horton to Ohio Circuit Court. Klnney. Ohio Circuit Court. Roslno; on tho cant by tho lands of samo tlmo U. S. Carson, etc., Plaintiff. I will nlso soil nt tho Salllo n. Jackson, etc., I'lalntlff. Vs; Ansel Wilson, on tho south by tho I, nnd placo on tho samo terms, tho CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKPORT. Vs. C. Ilallroad and on tho west by tho following lota In tho Sowdor's ad- Alary Collins, ct nl., Dofondnnts. Tinllln T. Jackson, ot nl. Defendant dition to tho town of Beaver Daln, to- Dy vlrturo of n Judgment nnd order lands ot Mrs. Snoll, being n portion JikIko R. W. Slack, Owonsboro. Ch'm'n. Board James Wllsonv Uv vlrture of a Judgement nnd or of nnlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, en- - of tho William Wilson farm nnd con Coin'th. Attorney C. B'. Smith, HartClerk Rushing Hunt. c, lcr of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, i ,0,8 No3i 13 14 1Bi lc 17 torcd ot Its November term, 1918, 'voyed to Mrs. Ansol Wilson by Susan Pollco Judge John T. Jacksouk term, 1918, nm, ls ,n ,)lock D NoSt 10f ford. entered at Its Novonibor nn(l 12 directing mo ns Commissioner to sell K. Wilson, ct nl. on Jnnuarv 27. 1900. Marshal Will Langford. for tho purpose of n salo and division n nlock T No3 13 14 15 nml lc tho hereinafter real cstnto for tho and of record In deed book 22, pago Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. .v.... i mock K 9 In block J, Nos. 1U, 20 , j purposo of settling the cstato of Marie C67, Ohio County Clork's office oi a mu ...iiuruiiuuiui . .. a . 1. tn ni ir BEAVER DAM. Otto C, MarCBUIIU Willi:.! la juimij unu nil mrwiiii 21. 22. 23 ana 24 in HlocK o, nos si, wcinsncinior, deceased, paying I'll tlio expressly understood that Master Commissioner And parties to tins nction, nmi lor uio 22( 23 nm, 2., ,n 1Jlock u ))Clnf, tho ,iol)l8 thereof and a division of tho re- tlioD 1 itG Is tin, Hartford, Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney, ncrcs sot out and described payment of tho coats of tho action ns Bamo ,0,g convoyca t0 g . p, McKlnncy ninlnder of tho proceeds, If any. In answer of Mary Wilson Bennett Clerk R. W. King. ' CbI P. Koown, well ns tho costs of 'this salo, I will,, tho j.jvnnsvlllo Ilrowlng Company, among tho parties entitled thereto, I nnd Mary Wilson Bennett guardian Tn,!,,C0 J,,ry salo nt public outcry, to tno , (,CC(1 (ntc(l Jun0) 4th( 1917j nml ot w, orft,r for gnlo nt ,m,,Ic oulcry t0 for Ancel Wilson, is not included in Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. offer for iiartroru. Iti,,, iiini.net ...... t.not i.i,i,in .... ii. tho lnnd hlchcst nnd best bidder, at tno court i,,,i, r.n nncrn oi ,,,i i ....w ...,...UVV nmi MV.V .'...11V.., n Mnrshnl R. F. Stovens. sold herein. ordered Houso door. In Hartford, Ky., on, Kxc0,)tjnR therefrom' tho following Court Houso door In Hartford, Ken Tho purchaser will bo required to 1st Monday In March 12 days , "lORDSVILLK. juommy uiu ui ui u....ui..j, lots sold by S. P. McKlnncy to Lit- - tucky, on Monday, JnnunryGth, 1019. execute bond immediately nftor salo Com'th. and Civil. IIUUIIL IIIU ilUUl Ul JklV V .iu.rv j. ..., Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonc. IV""" wiin security approved uy tno uom- - 1st Monday In May 12 day Civil. ; tho following described real cstato in nml IS In block A Nos. 10. 11 nnd torm of tho Ohio County A . Court, at ,..i.Dio.,n. .i.. D. .i.i.. i.. Clerk Olla Cobb. Ohio County, Kontucky: ,, twolv'0 ,nontha and n'llen will .i. 1st Monday 12 In Block T. as Bhown by deed of nbout tho hour of ono o'clock P. M. on bo In July 12 days . .... Pollco Judge C. P. Kesolngor. Lying near Ilockport nnd bounded mmaam.I Ih ,1m nlitn Hntlnl., rMv!.'.a nf. I II ftmilit nf DlV IHnNlllH lllu t (1ln.l. . 1m ... Di u, ui-.- ii wv..... 1H.U1UJU inu wiiiu wuuiitj wium iwuuiiiu(, rniniiinil nq nilillllnttnl aoniinrv. as follows: Com'th. nnd Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. fico in deed book 53, page 2 I. tiescriue.i reai csiaio locnicti in nan- Glvon under my hand as Corn-forBeginning at tho S. E. corner of Ohio County, Kentucky, Also tho following lots sold to Fred imlssloncr of tho Ohio Circuit Court 3d Monday In Septoiuber 12 days M. A. linden's lot on Benton strcot: Cooper, by S. I McKlnncy, Nos. 21, iv houso nmi ioi in uariiord, Ky., this tho lCth day ot December, 191S Civil. thenco S. Sl'i W. 9 rods nnd 13 22 nnd 23 In Illock H, as shown by located on tho corner of Clay and Lo OTTO C MARTIN OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. links to tho S. W. corner to Harrcl deed of record in tho Ohio County cus or (Dog street) fronting on Clay 4th Monday 'In November 12 days Master Commissioner. Brothors' lot; thenco S. 9 Vi E. G rods Clerk's offlco in deed book Gil, pago Street, nnd bounded on tho south by 25t3 L. Heavrln, J. S. Glenn, County Board of Education. M. Com'th. nnd Civil. and four links to n stone: thenco S. 5S. Clay street, on tho West by Locus or Attornoys. 4 rods and 24 links to S. W. 83 W. Leaving tho following lots which (Dog street) on the North by lot E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. t corner of Q. M. Benton's lot; thenco are ordered sold by this order: Nos. owned by John Sutton, nnd on tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COUNTV COURT. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartto a stono in tho 13, 14, 15 and 10 In Block K, No. 9 East by lot owned by M. L. Heavrln. S. S1' E. 20 rods Moots first Monday In each month. ford, Ky. lino of bottom land; thenco S. 79 Being same property convoyed to in Illock J, Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 E. 13 rods nnd 1G links to a corner and 24 in Illock Q. nnd No. 24 in Mario C. Rial (Welnshclmer) by C. J. Ohio Circuit Court. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Judgo Mack Cook. of west sldo of Benton street if ex- Block R. Lawton, Commissioner of this Ohio L. L. Arbucklo, etc., Plaintiff. Ky. thenco S. 284 E. 29 rods tended; County AU'y. A. D. Kirk. Vs: Tho purchaser will bo required to Circuit Court, on September 3, 18SG, Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows,. and 12 links to a stone; thenco S. oxecuto bonds with security to bo ap- nnd which deed is of record In W. A. Evans, etc., Defondcnt. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. W. 5G rods nnd 22 links to a proved by tho Commissioner, lmmcdl-atel- y Comrs. Deed Book A, pago 194, Ohio Ky. 494 By vlrturo of Judgment nnd order Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. stake nt low water mark; thenco up Dlv. No 4 Robort Goff, Roslno after sale, payable in six nnd County Clerk's olllco, and being samo of salo directed to mo by tho Ohio Superintendent E. S. Howard. said river binding on low water mark twelve months and n lien will bo re- proporty Inherited by tho parties to Circuit Court nt Its November term, Ky. to sugar trco on bank of Qrccn River tained on the lands sold as additional this action from tho decedent, Mario 1918, in tho nbovo styled nction for Jnllcr Worth Tichonor. Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stovens, Beavat mouth ot Doo Run; thenco N. 35 security. C. Wclnshelmcr. the purposo of n salo nnd division ot Tiuc Commissioner D. E. Ward. E. 104 polos to a sweet gum, a3h nnd er Dim, Ky. Tho purchaser will bo required to tho proceeds, I will offer for salo at Given under my hand as Com Surveyor C. S. Moiloy. W. to the missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court oxecuto bond with security to bo ap public outcry to tho highest nnd hickory; thenco N. 31 Dlv. No. 6 Not Llndloy, Center-tow- n, public road on I. C. R. R. right of this, December, 14th, 191S. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. proved by tho Commissioner, payable best bidder on a credit of six Ky. way; thenco with said road and rigiu in six months nnd Hon will bo retain- months nt tho Court Houso door In OTTO C. MARTIN, TIrao of Meeting 1st Mondny In. of way westwardly to Jackson's Alloy 25t3 FISCAL COURT. ed ns additional security. Master Commissioner. Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, Janopening on I. C. right of way; thence Given under my hand 03 Com- uary, Gth, 191S, It being tho llrst day M. L. Ilcavrln, Attorney. February; let Monday In April; 1st S. 30.E. 255 feet with east sldo of this missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court ot tho regular term of tho Ohio CounMeets Tuesday after first Monday.! Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny In Aualloy to N. E. corner Elizabeth Kovil's this the 14th day of December, 191S. ty Court, at about tho hour of one in January, April and Octobor. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st lot; thenco with her lot lino S. 15 E. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. OTTO C. MARTIN, o' clock, P. M., tho following describto corner of 10 rods and 13 links 25t3 Master Commissioner. ed real estate located near Beaver 1st District Ed Shown. Hartford. Monday In December. Ohio Circuit Court samo; thenco with her lino south Routo 3. M. L. Heavrln, Barnes and Smith, Dam, In Ohio County, Kentucky: County Board of Examiners E. S. 23 W. 3 rods and 5 links to tho lino Dellah Ranney, ct nl., Plaintiffs. Attorneys Certain lots In tho Sowdor's ad JInd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Vs; thenco his lino of Wakcland's lot; dition to tho town ot Beaver Dam, nl.. Defendants. er Dam. DufT. lot S. 39 to corner of samo; thonco Hilda Ranney, et judgment ana or MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ky., together with nil tho Improveuy viiiuru oi ;i N. 82V4 W. 315 feet to. a stono In Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jnn. 25 and 2G Common School ments thereon, nnd described ns fol- 15nl District to me sale Ham's line; thenco with lines of der ofCircuit directed entered by the Ohio Circuit Court. lows: viz: Being lot No. G, Block O, Itli District Q. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Dlplomn Examination. Ohio Court, its lot to corner of J. L. Hondrio November term, 1918, for thoat pur A D. Kirk, et, al., Plaintiffs. Hani's on East side of Main Street, being Mny 10 nnd 11 Common School lot; thenco with his lot lino to S. W. poso Vs. fifty feet front and ono sale and tho procorner of said Hendrle's lot; thenco ceeds,of I awill offer division ofat public Mary A. Anderson, etc., Defcndents. seventy five feet deep. hundred and .'tli District W. C. Dnugherty.Balzo-towu- . Diploma Examination. for salo with nnothor of the Hondrio lot lines May 17 and IS County Teachers By vlrture of a judgement and orAlso lot No. 17 fronting on Sow-der- 's N. 9 W. 11 rods and 1 link to Plum outcry to tho highest and best bidder der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, street. In Block, O, said lot be- flth District W. S. Demi, Dundee on a six and twelve Examination (whlto). street; thonco with south sldo of at thecredit ofHouse door In months, entered at Its term, 1918, for the ing fifty feet front hundred Court Hartford, May 24 and 25 County Teachers-ExaminatiPlum street S. 81 W. 9 rods and 22 Kontucky, on Monday, January, 6th, purpose of paying tho Judgements of and seventy five feetnnd ono an alley. 7th District D. F Rico, Fordsvillo. links to west sldo of Benton street; 1919, it being tho first day of tho the plaintiffs herein, amounting to A plot of Bald lots ls deep ato In tho 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart(colored). on file thenco north with west sldo of Ben- regular term of tho Ohio County $250.00 with tho interest thereon at County Clerk's olllco of Ohio County. ford, Routo 5. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd Stato- ton street to the beginning. about tho hour of one tho rate of 6 per cent per annum Ky.. and being samo property decdod Tcachers' Examination (whlto). (2.) Being a certain tract of land Court, at M., from tho 17th day of April, 191G. HARTFORD. upon which there Is a dwelling house, o'clock P. M., tho following describe til paid, and all costs Including un to N. F. Arbucklo, deceased, by Ira Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd State the Arbucklo nnd Annlo Arbuckle. o'clock, P. his tho following described lying in Ohio County, Kentucky, on real estate situated in Ohio County, costs of this sale, I will offer for sale wife, on April 7th, 1908, and shown Mayor J. E. Bean. Tenchers' Examination (colored). the bank of Green River, known as at puunc outcry to tno nigiiest and by deed recorded In Deed Bonk No. t: Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd Stato tho "Shaft Placo", for a more parti- Kentucky, Beginning at a beech S. W. corner best bidder, on a credit of six and 32, pago 559, Ohio County Clerk's Pollco Judgo C. M. Crow'o. seo Teachers' Examination (whlto). cular description of this land twelvo months, nt tho Court House, olllco. Marshal E. P. Casebler. record of deeds from A. W. and E. W. to John James survey, a corner to door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon Sept. 27 arid 2S County nnd State Tho purchaser Shields, to Davis and I. R. and Mary F. Nicholls Jamesto a blackthence N. 1 twoE. 1G0 day the Gth of January, 1919, at executo bond with will bo required apgum and security to bo small seo decis- poles to S. A. Jackson; and also auout tno hour of ono o clock p. in.. proved by tho wlilto oak pointers; ions ot tho Ohio Circuit Court In tho W. 100 poles to a thence N. S8 In the following described real estate, in six months Commissioner, payable and a lien will be white oak We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi a Iino.in case of S. A. establishment of t; on the property sold as an adShield's WILL YOU 160 thenco S. 1 Jackson, vs., Lem Curtis, and others, poles to line;maple and smallW.gum; "A certain lot described In deed of ditional security. TAKE said land Is bounded as follows: Be- thenco S. a88 Rowan Holbrook, Commissioner, to Given under my hand as Com E. 100 the ginning at a sugar tree and beech on beginning, containing 100poles tomore h. C. Napier, dated March, 7th, 1900, missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court acres, tho bank of Green River: thonco N. or less. bounded as follows: this the 14th day of December, 191S. 25 E. 104 poles to a sweet gum, nsh On tho north side OTTO C. MARTIN, The hickory; thenco S. 77 E. 140 executo purchaser will lie required to east by Short Street; by Bluff street; 25t3 .and on the south by Master Commissioner. French Dry Clctned and Preiied la i bond immediately after salo to two white oaks and two ioles A Trealmen! property of Agnes Sneddon C. M. Crow, Attorney. Superior Manner. W. to with security to be approved by the tho on the westMrs. Long street. In hickories; thenco S. 42 m by and (or WEAK. o't Green River; thenco down Commissioner, said bonds to bo pax-ab- le banU re- the town of Rockport, Ohio County, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Send ua your twelve in Garment! and Kmr ECMBgMNmv SJJi LUNGS or the same to tho beginning, contain- spectivelysix nnd lien will months Kentucky and known as the Jane and a Ohio Circuit Court. ing 100 acres. Which tract of land on tho real estate sold as be retained William's lot and being tho same lot Them additional was conveyed to tho plaintiff, Salllo security CONSUMPTIOK payment of both conveyed to Mary A. Anderson by W. Alico Woodburn, et al Plaintiffs. until tho on tho 3rd day of August, B. Jackson, S. Nichols and wife on the day of Vs. Notice of sale. CLEANED CLUAN by Elizabeth L. Jackson which bonds in full. 1898, which deed is of record In tho office Given deed is of record in deed book, S, missioner under my hands as Com- of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Arthur Her, ct al., Defendants. Package! called for and uellver4. of tho Ohio Circuit Court A quick relief for dial tired, rundown (trllng, By vlrture of a Judgment and ordor pago, 475, Ohio County Clerk's page . couclu, palm In cliril. night ucat. hrrnor this the 14th day of December, 191S. Court in deed book No. Tho purchaser will bo required to of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB rhirct. weak lunci or comumptlon. It il doc C. MATIN, OTTO tract of land situ- 25t3 ' (3.) A certain not help you 11 cotU you notkloft. execute bond with security to be ap rendered at its Sept. term, 191S, In Master Commissioner, f ated and lying In the County of Ohio, proved by tho Commissioner and a the abovo styled action, for tho purM. L. Heavrln, Attorney. A. Ir Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL CO, tho town of SZuSlU State of Kentucky, near gum, ash lien will bo retained as additional poso cf a sale and a distribution of tho HARTFORD. KENTUCKT. Rockport, beginning at a security. Said bonds to bo in equal S. 77 E. 49 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. proportion among tho Joint owners of nnrt hlnkorv: thence and payablo in six proceeds Ohio Circuit Court. poles to a stake or stono; thenco N. months, respectively. tho land herein described, I will offer a stono; thence N. T. H. Tatuni, Plaintiff. 2 E. 40 poles to GOOD as Com- for salo at public outcry to the highGiven under my hand KYM BUSINESS llHEBiir to a certain beech and Vs; 77 W. 80 poles missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, tho Court E. 50 poles to Novella TIchenor, et al, Defendants. this tho 13th, day of December. 1918. est and best bidder at S. 31 gum; thenco llie. aal Socmwr W3bw R. Scft Bukn CilWt By vlrturo of a judgment and orHouso door in Hartford, Ky., on Monthe beginning, containing 20 acres, OTTO C. MARTIN, Bu line 15. Short Hand, Tpe WrlUnrj and Tcltoraphrr der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court 25t3 more or less. Secured or Your Money Back day, January 6th, 1919, on a credit of Master Commissioner. . ThU oM an.! nfitntiaV a land to bo sold subject to a entered at Its November term, 1918, HEAVRIN & KIRK, Attorneys. vol ice ran do tnuca lor Said If yon tako tho Drntubon Training, thd six and twelvo months, at about tho jouftt JViutaMf and Inwinl tmiDinir tluit liUftinn mi.nl nrlnnwi Vnn in tho abovo styled action directing a h(g dtanrtt rrontal lease held by Rockport Coal mo as Commissioner to sell the herehour ot ono o'clock P. M., tho follow- can take It at college or lil mtUL Wrlto position. I Hplomaairanlril HprcLiI Onurwfnr CJoy DIUl'UIIO.VH 1'ltACTKHL HUSlXEwH ttlLLEGr Co. t: inafter described property for tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ing described property, mimon t Ilutplnnnrnt. rdach. Kr 1 hminnia et tuctvminl Doing samd land conveyed to Salllo purpose of tho division ot the proCertain tracts of land situated in Ohio Circuit Court. rradtut. Jlftfln any time. TinPAItTMnNT mil LuIIi:H.tinlerthiirr B. Jackson on August 3rd. 1898, by ceeds among tho parties entitled C. M. Crowe, Admrs., etc., Plaintiff. Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as vision ot a Lar l'rtn?lpl. KX) JaJlea attend In a ibla John T. Jackson, which deed Is of thereto, I will offer for salo at public BomIoo, Cl BatrdLf nomua. rorparllculara,a4irc. record In deed book.... pago...., outcry to tho highest and best bidder, Mary Vs; Wilson, et al., Defendants. follows: LEXINGTON, KY miBXJH 9U SMITH A. on a credit of six and twelve months, Tract No. 1. Beginning nt an nsh, Ohio County Clerk's office. By vlrture of a judgment and orTho purchaser will be required to at the Court Houso door In Hartford, Hnr-rol- 's EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE corner of school lot, In 52. after Kentucky, on Monday, Jauuary, Gth, der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, southlino; execute bonds, Immediately thenco S. 47 E. 12 poles to at Its November, And Fitting of Classes salo, with security to bo approved by 1919, It being tho lirst day of tho entered abovo styled action1918, torm directing THE tho Commissioner. Said bonds pay- regular term of tho Ohio County In tho Commissioner of tho said Court a stnko near a black gum and maple, Masonic mo as OWliNSBORO. KY. SEWINQ able in six and twelve months re- Court, at about tho hour of one to sell tho hereinafter described land Z. Harrel's and Coal company's cor-no- r; Templu spectively and a Hon will bo retained o'clock P. M. tho following described thenco N. 32 Vi E. 40 poles to MACHKNt of dividing tho profor tho on tho real estate sold as additional real estate, located in Ohio County, ceeds, purposo payment of nil costs a stono near a red oak, J. T. Carter's OF after the t: .security until tho payment of each Kentucky, among Deluding tho costs QUALITY, bond In full. LIV-VER-LOne tract or parcel of land In Ohio tho parties entitledof this sale, will of-f- corner; thenco N. 47 W. 44 noles and thereto, I Given under my hand as Com- County, Kentucky, on the waters of 17 links to a stake, being Carter's ' for sale at missioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, the North fork of Muddy Creek and highest and best public outcry to the corner, thenco S. 43 W. 23 polos to I bidder at tho this tho 14th day of December. 1918. bounded as follows: Beginning at a Houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Court a stako in corner of school lot; thonco MonNOT OTTO C. MARTIN, stono P. II. McDowell's corner; thence day tho Gth day ' of SOLD Master Commissioner 25t3 with his lino N. 9. E. 98 poles to a being the first dayJanuary, 1919. It with lino of school lot, S. 45 E. 39 of tho pegular poles and 12 links to tho beginning. M. L. Heavrln,, Attorney. stone, ash, beech and maple, pointers term of tho Ohio County Court, at -- In his line; thenco S. G7 E. 178 poles ANY Containing 7.95 ncrcs. 3IASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to n stone, beech and two dogwoods about tho hour of ono o'clock, P. M OTHER on a credit of six and twelvo months, Tract No. 2. Beginning nt a corand threo hickories in Edward's lino; tho following described real estate, NAME. ner near school houso at S. W. corner Ohio Circuit Court. E. 32.8 thenco with tho same S. 1 , etc., Plaintiffs. poles to a post oak and hickory, point situated in Ohio County, Kentucky, of tract; thenco Nl 83 E. 34 poles and Martin Flenor, er, corner with P. II. McDowell; near Rosine. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Vs' 13 i Tract No. 1. Beginning at two N. links to a corner near well; thenco X,ctha McKlnnoy, ot. nl., Defondonts. thenco with his lino S. 54.W. 77 irvoumirchnsotlioXKW 1IOMK von rllV 61 13 poles and 6 links to E. By vlrturo of a judgment and or- poles to a stono on a branch where white oaks on tho sldo corner of Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay Ot h.ivo a life onset nt tho price you jay, ami will der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, an ash and sugar tree stand, Wm. Wilson's; thenco N. 81 E. 40 tho cornor near school building; from work for days bv takincr calomr not liavoan endless clialu of repairs. to mo nt Its November, term, his corner; thonco with another poles to threo black oaks; thonco N. thenco N. 46 directed W. 50 poles and 13 when pleasant Liv Vtr-La- x kecp3 yo? 45 E. 62 poles to a gum, hickory links to a corner in lano to 1918, for tho purposo of settling tho ot his lines N. G7 W. H Quality 127 "Hayti;" on your feet, whilorcliovtnjjyour troub estate of S. P. McKlnnoy, deceased poles to tho beginning containing and black oak; thonco 15 E. 44 poles thonco S. 52 W. 23 poles nnd 5i lo. Safer too, and easy to take. r)on and paying tho indobeness against 100 acres more or loss, and bo- to two hickories and white oak; tako anything else. You can't affon Consider e4 said estate, together with nil costs ot ing 100 acres off tho south side of a thenco 9 W. 104 poles to a whlto oak links to cornor in said lano; thenco S. I it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses uy. E. 7 poles and 4 links to tho tcm and relieves constipation. A nat this action and salo, I will offer for tract of 225 acres deeded to Jas. II. und beech on a lino of original sur- 14 it a the salo at public outcry, to tho highest Thomas and Mlnnlo E. Thomas by S. vey, bejng PIgman's 4172; thenco Mandy Martin lino; thenco N. 80 ural remedy, natural in itaactions, sure Cheapest and best bidder, at the Court Houso P. and Jennie McDowell on March 1G, with a lino of tho samo N. 29 W. E. 4 poles und 3 links to Mandy Mar- in its effect and certain in results. If door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- 1917 by deed of record In deed book about 198 poles to a stako stundlng Uo- - Ve in the end E. 21 won't bo long before calomel Lax wil day January Gth, 1919. at about tho number 37 pago 3G1, Ohio County 90 poles: S. 27 E. from a largo whlto tin's corner; thonco S. 9 completely displace in hour of ono o'clock P. M. on a credit Clerk's olllco and convoyed by said oak on tho big road; thenco on a di- poles and 20 links to beginning, con- home.! Children can tako it freelyeverj an! to buy. of six and twolvo months, tho follow- Thomases to William Baltzell and rect lino to a stnko standing 90 poles taining 8 ncres, moro or loss. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar ing described real estate located In Dennis Tichonor by deed of date S. 7 E. from threo black oaks, corner antccd: 60c and 5l in bottles.! Kom fblj Tho wont a sewing tho Sowdor's addition to tho town of March 14, 1908. of record in deod to Wm. Wilson's land on the big oxecuto purchaser will bo rcquirod to gcnulno without tho likeness and sigue ourIf you cntuloguo beforemachine, wrlto you purchase. latcat bond immediately after salo Beavor Dam, Ohio County, Kontucky: book Number 46, at pago 443, Ohlolroat: thonco with Wilson's S. 7. E. Grigsby, For sale by ot Certain lots In tho Sowdor's ad- County Court Clerk's olllco, and tho!8C l)oles to two w,llto oaka! thenco with approved scurlty. A Hon will turo I K. The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mas dition to tho town of Beavor Dam, interest hereby convoyed was by wilPOB0'" with Wilson's S. 7 E. 86 poles also bo rotainod on said land as ad J. H. WILLIAMS. . lUrtfor. K i beto two whlto oaks; thenco again with of tho said William Baltzell which is with tho improvements thereon, ing 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 chest- ditional security. Glvon undor my hand this tho 19th 1G, 17, and 18, all of said lots Ohio County Clork's olllco, dovlsod to nut; thenco S. 41 E. 52 poles to two 14, 15, hickories and dogwood on a branch; day of December, 1918, lying in block E. und fronting on tho grantors. "Wmits E. 58 poles to a black thonco S. 24 east side of Broad street, ench lot beTho Interest of tho Infant OTTO C. MARTIN, ICO feet deep to oak; thonco S. 65 W. 26 polos to a 25t3 ing 50 foot front and horeln will bo retained as a Mastor Commissioner. an nllcy. lien on tho land sold. Tho Purchaser mnplo, and black oak; thenco S. 24 John B. Wilson, Attornoy. lots Nos. 1, 2, 3. 4. 5, C, 7. 8. will bo required to oxecuto bonds K. 34 poles to a stono; thonco S. 65 Also rrtTfc raw ri 9. 10, 11 and 12 fronting on Madison Immediately after salo with security W. to a sugar treo; thenco S. 24 BF tnr M?J Ul hi In Block E., boing 50 feet to be approved by tho Commissioner, E. 30 polos to tho beginning, containStreet ue&auk (thY&'E & and running back 1G0 feet to payable In six nnd twolvo months ing 325 acres, moro or less, and refront Q'UKi i.d vncn evrrvthlr. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE '.s faill. FOR FLETCHER'S respectively and n lien will bo retain- corded In deed book 13, pngo 113. an alloy. Dinolvcd In water for douches (top Jn ner.ouu prothAuom Excoptlng 30 acres sold to John female And boing tho samo proporty con- ed on the land sold us additional sepelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflam'.vcakued ' Dobbs and 126 acros sold off of said ihv ni th fkiii,i...n voyed to S. P. MoKlnnay by Funnle curity. mation Recommended by Lydia E, remedy, ru thousands have tewaieii S Recder, ot al, by daod dnted June Glvon under my hand as Com- tract by ordor of tho Ohio Circuit F'inkhnm Med. Co. for ten vrar. 8, 1914, and ot record in duod book missioner of the Ohio Circuit Court Court to Monroo and lying on tho Do not give n child n rlllo or any r"On KHJM?V-MVt- s SWn 9 A healing wonder for rural catarrh, -Ohio County Clork's this tho 1 1 tli dav of December, 1918. south sldo of tho Illinois Central Rail- other Instrument of torture for STOMACH TWOUBLE soro throat and tore eye Economical. road, leaving 169 a ores, moro or lose, ofilco. OTTO C. MAnTIN, H ezluftoliiULfy rleADfina an.) it ti !.. lAbt , Christmas, and dlscouragy ever cold iwuu. such KlV- V, Tho abovo dosorlbad property, to- - 25t;i ordered told by this order. Mator Cominlwlonar. tf'OlTea, JCV, til druisuti, or ro.txi I yi avt a iirniU s counter. L ethowwilth tho Improvuieuts thuron a1011K your frlouds. roiu. Ir.ar'.sl'.n ode I oinpmy. HuiUu. 40 acres of Barnes and Smith, Attorneys. No. 2. About Tract MASTKIl COMMISSION'RH'S SALK. ' DIRECTORY i,'.i .,. u 1 .i;.iiiu 9-- ,t,i .,. ','... ,., ... d, to-w- lt: 20. n. to-wl- to-wl- Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR GERMINAL REMEDY FOR ONE MONTH ( ot-Jl- ' POSITION J. H.THORPE LI0H. ccm-lD- to-wl- DR. to-wl- or USE NEW . AX ;u For Lazy Liver and1 under the Troubles oi Constipation. HOME pEvcry Woman KhB?B.riKSC9 Children Cry CASTO R A A pago, ccmiL-w1.- '"' 1 Q ?S ) IHWWMl WiNjiMM L WUnutyiMmi9g t0gH&f"' fif Farm Department Hclertlng An Incubator. A largo number of rollabla triakes in of Incubators aro manufactured thlfl country. Soino mnchlncs hnvo lioconio popular In cortaln districts liccnnso they woro ndvertlscd oxton-slvo- ly rntlior than on account of special ndaptnblllty to tho climatic conditions, Cheap machines aro less reliable, require mora attontlon, and wear out much quicker than lilghor-prlcc- d lncubatorA. As tho valuo of tho machines Is small compared with tho valuo of tho eggs used during tho normal Ufa of tho Incubator, It is poor economy to purchnso a mnchlno which Is not rcllnblo. Whenovcr It is well to select nn Incubator which is t;ivlm; Rood satisfaction In your vicinity, bo that you may got tho boncflt of tho oxportenco of othor pos-hIIi- Iu bred cnttlo already hnvo learned tho lesson. Tho prlnclplo Is as truo of grades as of registered stock, but many owners of grndo cattle seem to havo overlooked It. Cooperative bull associations oncourago tho keeping of only ono breed on tho farms of Its and tho establishment of that breed in tho community. A rop- utntlon Is thus established for a community which nttracts buyers and which Is rnrcly posslhlo whoro breeders work individually in marketing of Gormnny's payment toward tho expenses of tho army of occupation. Tho Gormans now havo given tho Americans, in accordance with tho terms of tho armlstlco, 45,000,000 marks. Tho money has been transported 'by Amorlcan motor truck and by train. In soveral Instances Bomo of tho millions wbro shipped from Horlln by train, under guard of German soldiers an" "anaporwu t "cuirai zone, whoro R wns turncd ovcr t0 tho lcins wh carr,cd tho mony t0 con pinc- ' " moy neau- cu in vauus near American quarters, whero American soldlors guard it night and day. Amcr-mombors '- KRUPS' QUITS Mnrto Onus 00 YcnrvWill Turn To Textiles Berlin, Dec. 28. For nearly sixty yonrs tho Krupp Works ,havo boon making big guns and shells and armor plate for Germany. For Blxty years tho backbono of militarism in Qcrmnny has been tho lnfluenco of tho Krupps. Now tho' Krupps works aro to bo turncd Into toxtilo factories, so it is announced. Tho 250,000 employes who havo boon engaged on Implements of war will turn to products of peace. Tho carrying out of this program Is tho best guarantoo that Germany will not again bocomo a military power. Founded by Frcdcrlch Krupp at Esson, in 1010, the Krupp plant first mado such harmless things as mint dies and stamps for buttons from cast steel. Tho oltlor Krupp had a secret process for cast steel which ho con-lldto his son, Alfred, beforo his USrtiwvSsTA iJaI A. Net Contents 15Tluid K Drachma mm i.'--i CASTORIA For Infants and Children. lir.V.lll.M.M HASTORIA at r.nllOT.-.- T Plift GENT. ' AVciclnWcrrcparnlionforAs-- ' similntin'illiclood byRcfjulallnglncStorcaclisnud uwcaw. - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria their stock. Freely. Tho only fresh fruit many families In tho north havo during tho cold Uho Apples oporntors. Iiirtihator Axioms. Follow tho manufacturer'! directions in Betting up and oporatlng an incubator, Seo that tho incubator Is running utcadlly at tho desired tempcrnturo boforo filling with eggs. Do not ndd fresh eggs to a tray containing eggs which are undergoing Incubation. Turn tho Kgs twlco dally after tho second and until tho nineteenth day. Cool tho eggs on co dally, according to tho weather, from tho soventh to Turn tho eggs before caring for tho Janips. Attend to tho machine carefully at ' tho nineteenth day. months Is tho applo. Different ways of utilizing tho kitchen standby aro sure of a wclcomo from tho cook. Tho Dpartmcnt of Agriculture suggests tho following ways of serving tho applo: Fresh apples may bo stuffed with sausago and then baked; sliced and fried in fat to sorvo with meats, or served raw in salads. Canned, dried or stowed apples may bo varied greatly by changing tho flavors used. Canned apples mnko a delicious ad dition to custards or scouffles, adding a piquant flavor. Canned .dried or fresh, they form nn ncccptablo basis for Drown Betty made with crumbs. Fresh or canned tho fruit may bo utilized in short cakes, and in applo sauce. regular hours. Kcop tho lamp and wicks clean. Keep Cloth Looking IJke New. Test tho eggs on the soventh and To havo fabrics, after laundering, fourteenth days. possess their original appearance, Do not open tho machine after tho icnro must bo tako with colored ma eighteenth day until tho chicks aro terials that they do not fade, and with hatched. white materials that they may remain snow-whitAside from this, sugHints On Marketing Egg. gests tho Department of Agriculture, Uniform products command tho much depends on tho sizing of cloth. Pure-bre- d fowls produco Too much stiffening spoils Its ap- "best prices. uniform products. Jpearnnco and too Uttlo is quite as Uegln marketing tho cockerels as', . 1 at- pounds or soon as they weigh MMt lloUBOkooporB uso starch for tain a mnrkctablo weight. stiffening ordinary clothing. Starch and brown- - keop, tho c,othB c,can ,ongor nnd a,. Market white-shelle- d shelled eggs In separate packages. H0 actf) as an nbsorbent for slaln( thus When selling eggs to the country MvJng wcw on th(j flboj. hy mak,ng merchant or cash buyer, insist that 0Jtccsg frJcton , lnunucr,nB unncccs. tho transaction bo on tho quality sary Manufactur0 aud other sub- lm8'8, (stances besides starch to their llnlsu- Qhfn nr .Intlvnr niPH fvvlpn np tlirpft ,cu mixturo anu tncir practices nave " times weekly been adopted In home laundry work Small or dirty cggs'fihould bo used with success. at home. For instance, borax gives smoothg lnfertllo eggs will withstand ness; paraffin, wax or turpentine givo conditions much bettor than gloss; aud alum a certain degrco of fertile eggs. pliability. Tho substance used to whiten is bluing, which counteracts A d'ooil Disinfectant. tho yellow tinge. To uso in finish destroy the ing process successfully tho mixturo Good disinfectants sorms oi coiuuBiuuH uiBuunua, i.iu a- ,Jlust bo carefuUy worked into tho tornal parasites, aucn as nco ami fabr,c t0 ,nguro unlform nn,8n. Ths mites, and In some cases tho eggs of ,a tono by dIplnB ln and out ot lho parasitic worms. Tho eggs of some Btarch an(, b,u,ng and rubblng wcl, Kinus oi worms aro so rcsisiam mui betweon tho hands, disinfectants other tnnn neat navo Httlo effect upon thorn. Tho dlsln- Pleurisy Pains aro located just be- loctants should bo thoroughly applied ,,ow tho short r,bs Luml)ago olroct8 to tho Interior ot the houses, worked tho samo region but toward tho back. into all tho cracks and crovicos, Ballard's Snow Liniment is tho remespread ovor tho colling and tho floor, dy In either case. If rubbed in thortho roosts, dropping boards, and nost oughly It cases pain, relaxes the musboxes. At tho sanio time feeding cles and tho patient can movo about .and drinking troughs should bo disin- freely and comfortably. Price 2Cc, fected by pouring boiling water Into 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by them and afterwards drying them in Ohio County Drug Co. m tho snn. Disinfectants are most easima ly applied to tho walls and colllngs GUNMAN'S PAYING UPKHKP. wltn.ft spray pump or using a brush. As it is difficult to keep thorn from Coblenss, Friday, Dec, 27 Ntnq Coming Into contact with tho face and million marks arrived here y h(nds tho mora harmless of tho mix- from Derlln to bo turned over to I he tures should bo usod. Ordinary lime American army authorities as pnrt wush mode from freshly slaked llmo ll excQllant, and its properties aro wcl known to all. In tho caso of an actual outbreak ot virulent disease it to tho llincwash C HsUriBtR vls well to ndd ounces of crude carbolic ucid to each gallon, to Increase Its activity as a e. Surgeons ngrco that in cases of Bruises, Cuts, Ilurna and Wounds tho First Treatment is tho most important. When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of infection nnd tho wound begins to heal at onco. For uso on man or beast, Uorozono 13 tho Ideal Antiseptic and Healing Agent. Buy It now and bo ready for an emergency. I'rjco 25c, 50c, $1.00 and ?1.G0. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m death. Alfred Krupp's brccch-Ioadln- g rlflo a nd cannon were adopted by tho Prus ITALY SACIUKICKS sian army In 18C1 nnd marked tho SONS beginning of Krupp fame and Gorman military power. Tho Paris, Dec. 21. FIvo hundred known for Us heavy factory becamo ordnance and arthousand Italians lost their lives in mor plate. tho war. Of this number 200,000 The business was continued under were killed in action. This state ment was mado to tho correspondent tho control of Fredrlch Alfred Krupp, grandson of tho founder, until his y by Salvatoro Darzllla, former death In 1902, and then decended to member of tho Italian cabinet, who Krupp. accompanied King Victor Emmanuol Bertha to Paris, ln explaining Italy's sacriA WOODMAN IN fices and her claim to territories preTKOUHLE IN SCOTLAND. viously held by tho enemy. Slgnor Darzllal said: Somo timo since a private soldier "On tho ovo of tho pence conferby the name of Richard Lee was ence, whoro Italy must claim the ter tnken before the magistrate of Glas ritories uuo nor ior reason oi na- gow for playing cards during divine tionality, it Is well tho world should servlco know tho sacrifices sustained by her. It seems that tho sergeant had comAll Italians trust America as an immanded the soldiers to church, and partial judge. parson had read tho prayer "Italy lost 500,000 dead. To those when the ho gavo out tho text. Those who had actually killed in battle must bo adda Bible or common prayer book reed 300,000 who died of disease, parferred to it, but this soldier had Alticularly malaria, contracted ln neither Bible nor common prayer bania, Macedonia and along tho book. Instead ho pulled out a pack Plave. Tho Italians severely wound of playing cards and spread them out ed numbered 300,000 while 500,000 before him, first looking at one and of tho G, 000, 000 called to the colors then another. Tho sergeant ot the were taken prisoners." company saw him, and said "Richard, m put up tho cards, this is no place for IIALF-MIIjMOX to-da- iiU Thereby Promoting Digestion Cheerfulness andRcstContaos neither Onium.Morphtncnor Always Bears the Signature, of B Jy Mineral. Not Narcotic SJlt XcciptcrowrssxintncEiR J'umpXui Sent ."MStJ Sf V mY.f m rf MxSfnM MochrUt JntttirriL .. 1 : 5c: CCljuU PmMSBsar A lorsl Sml Sn Mi c JCnkrprtiifhnr (,MnfidRcmedyfcr " LOSS OF SLEEP lcvcriaiui-'- " Gonstlpab'on and Diarrhoea ana ose For Over resulting ihcrcfrcjn-inManc- ':: u E Facsimile Sijnatnrect XniccNTAcnCoHPAKK. iar.e.C' :S5S' rv ze I r,c,-- iEfQSESiffiFwPH ', ti .'v:u. i a. ? " Thirty Years NEW TfOtii4 CASTORIA THE CKNTAUH COMPANY. Exact Copy of Wrapper.' Hf W VO CITY, Stare k Pianos No Money inAdvance Sotiiilao tion Gunr JyOwestNet anteed Prices Eas Terms Fa ot oy Saving of S100 to From ""' ... .... I mnr-Itotln- only ono way to cure catarrhal deafners, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tutie, When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbllnc sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred any case of Catarrhal Deafness Dollars for that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All DrugKlsts, 7Cc. F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. "Never mind that." said Richard. FOR When the servlco was over, tho , constable took Richard a prisoner and brought him before tho mayor. Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured "Well," said tho mayor, "what by local application!, an they cannot reach the diseased portion ot tho car. There is have you brought tho soldier hero CASTO R A Children Cry FLETCHER'S them." icai A Fnc-tor- 200 P. A. ETARCK PRE3I0ENT y Direct for?" "For playing cards in church." "Well, soldier, what have you to say for yourself?" "Much, sir." "I hope very good, if not I must 1UG CONTRACTS OFF AND BILLIONS SAVED TUISlftl iiiiu disinfectant. Kssentlnls For Success. murkotlng Successful parcel-poof butter requires that cxtroiuo caro bo taken to Insure tho delivery of a satisfactory product to the customers. Tho following nro n fow Important considerations in marketing butter successfully by parcel post: uniformly A 1. should be produced. 2. It should bo proporly packed In neat and attractive packages. 3. Tho shipping container usod should amply protect tho. butter from deterioration and damage. 4. Tho packages should bear tho .nddrojs of tho sondor and bo properly .addressed to tho customer. 5. Tho most expeditious mail sor--vlfrom tho mailing otllco should bo usod to insure tho dollvory of tho "butter in tho best conditions. st high-product co NERVOUSMOTH Tells How Lydia E.Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Philadelphia, Pa. "I was very weak, always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt EicKiy most, oi uiu timo. I went to a doctor and ha said I had nervous indigestion, which added to my weak condition kep ' mo worrying most of tho timo and ho said if I could not stop that, I could not get well. I heard so muchabout Lydia E. Pinkham'a me to try husband found myforaweek wanted a little betand felt it Vocetable Com- - Washington, Dec. 20 More than sixteen billion dollors of cash appropriations and contract authorization voted by Congress for war purposes will be expended, Represonta-tlv- o Sherloy, of Kentucky, chairman of the House of Appropriations Committee, announced Total appropriations and authorizations voted during tho war amount to about $57,000,000,000, including $10,000,000,000 ot authorizations tor governwartimo loans to foreign ments. Tho loans actually made now total about $8,000,000,000. "Moro than eight billions of cash appropriations and approalmatoly eight billions of contract authorizations will bo converted back into tho Troasury," said Representative Sherloy. Most ot tho money will como rom tho War Department, tho largest o, saving, of course, being from becauso tho greatest amount of money was appropriated for that. "Tho contract authorizations do not represent monoy that will be returned as a result of cancellations of contracts. These authorizations woro voted by congress for dopart-mon- ts to contract to expend, and most ot tho eight billons was unobligated." Hearings of tho. Appropriations Commltteo on the subject of what monoy could bo returned to tho Treasury aro not near completion, and Mr. Sherloy said a dill would not bo reported until after January 1st. Examination of tho War Department Is practically comploto. to-da- y. ord-nanc- it . Is ter. I kept it up for three months, and I feel fine and can eat anything now without distress or nervousness. ' 'Mrs. For Infants and Children North Taylor St., J. Worthline, Jlssorintluus Kncouriigo Community Philadelphia Pa. In Use For Over Years llrcedlnjr The majority of mothers nowadoya are bo many demands Always bears ( ion yuurs uu u luuiiui 111 iiutiuciu overdo, there and strength; tho result the "Wisconsin began to breed Guernseys upon their time weakened, Signature of Wummf A ' lie now has n is invariably a In uHolstoIn district. nervous condition with headaches, back-uchirritability and depression and Tlno herd nnd wondors why buyors develop. "Uradloy says his now houso Is .novor como his way. Tho reason is soon, moro serious ailments Lydia E. periods in heated with hot air." when buyers want Guornseys It is'ateuch Vegetable life that Compound will Pinkham's "Then it is well hoatod, I'vo hoard thoy naturally go to a Guornsoy dis- restoro a normal healthy condition, us Uradloy talk." Baltlmoro Amorlcan. trict. As a rulo tho breeders ot pure- - It did, to Mm. Worthline. 28-1- CASTOR IA 30 &u punish you." "I havo been," said tho soldier, I "about six weeks on the march. have neither Bible nor prayer book; I havo nothing but a pack of cards, and I hope to satisfy your worship of tho purity of my Intentions." Then spreading tho cards before the mayor, ho began with tho ace. "When I seo tho aco it reminds me that there is but ono God. When I see the douce it reminds me of the Father and Son. When I see tho troy it reminds me of the father, Son and Holy Ghost. When I see the four it reminds me of the four evangelists Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. When I see the Ave it reminds mo of tho five wiso virgins who trimmed their lnmps; thero were ten five woro wise and flvo wero foolish and wero shut out. When I seo tho six it reminds me that in six days tho Lord made heaven and earth. When I seo tho sovon it reminds mo that on tho seventh day God rested fiom tho great work ho had mado and it. Whon I seo tho eight it reminds mo of tho eight righteous per sons that wero saved Noah and his wifo, his three sons and their wives. When I seo the nine it reminds mo of the nine leapors that woro cleansed by our Savior, thero woro nino of tho ton who never returned thanks. When I soo tho ten it reminds mo of tho Ten Commandments, which God handed down to Moses on the tables of stono. Whon I seo the King It reminds mo of tho Great King ot Honven, who is God Almighty. Whon I soo tho queon It reminds mo of tho queen of Shcba, who visited Solmon, for alio was as wiso a woman as ho was a man; she brought with her fifty boys and fifty girls, all dressed in boys' apparel, for King Solmon to tell which were boys and which wero girls. King Solmon sent for water for them to wash. Tho girls washed to the elbows and tho boys to tho wrists, bo King Solmon told by that." "Well," said tho mayor, "you havo described every card ln tho pack ono." hal-lowe- dt We will ship you e. beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, ln your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, nso and test this piano (or 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find it the hlctiest erade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at pert ec" liberty to send lttack, and we will, ln that event, cay the frelcht both ways. T. Is Starck Piano must make cood with vera. , or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 'oWnlll Easy Too pay do It Piynufs Starck Sav. $150.00 or Mort Wc ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upwards o' $150.00 to Jia cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can secure e'.sewhcre. You are assured of receiving a sfitUtactor? sweet tontd durable high grade piano. ash down, but after SO djr of trlil, you can begin p&ymeni on the low est, easiest terms ever tuggestea oy a piano manufacturer. These termi are arranged to suit your convenience, and it ii poaaibie tor you to buy a piano for your home, without missing the money. , . the beat and moat ful Flver Pluoa Every Btarck Piano la guaranteed for 25 years. This guarantee baa back ot it our SS years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 50 Fri. Musi. large number of slightly used and second-hanpianos ot all standard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The follow, and Player-Pianolog are a few sample bargains i We have constantly on band lliyrMMMt awe Player-Plane Lesstns Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools ln Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own home, by mall. This represents one years tree instruction. Starck $110.00 82.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 fou win De & market lighted with the many features ot the wonderful instruments, an4 will be pleated with tha very low prices at wblca. they can be secured. beautio taW Send for our latest complete Second hand bargain list. Send today for our new beautifully llluatrated piano book which girts you a larare amount of informa tion regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Pllrtf ISltt Fttw P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1848 Starck Bid.., CHICAGO I FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. is tho greatest ltnavo, but I do know ho Is tho greatest fool." "When I count how many spots ln tho pack of cards I And 3GG, as many days as thero aro In tho year. When I count tho number of cards ln the' pack I find thero aro fifty two, tho number of weeks In tho year; and I find four suits, tho numbor of weeks ln tho month. I find thero nro twelvo picture cards in tho pack, representing tho number ot months in tho year, and on counting tho tricks I find thirteen, tho numbor of wcoka "if ho Webster's New International in a quarter. "So, you seo, a pack of cards serves for a Dlblo, almanac and a common prayer book." Get the Genuine .aiiMB and Avoid Waste T thIa-- ox-ce- pt run-dow- n, o, "What Is that?" "The Knavo," said tho mayor. "I will give your honor a description of that, too, it you will not bo angry." "I will not," said tho mayor, "If r. wsggg h - tSan kB-wOaB tfETiSS .aVaaVm.V in use by busi- - B ncis men, engineers, bankers, architects, physicians, judges, farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen, by succestful men and women the world ovcr. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provides the meon3 to success. It is on teacher, n universal question answerer. If you seek efficiency and advancement why no t make dally use of this vast fund of InformDICTIONARIES ore ation? jii i vvr.avaap- Economy n Every Cake 400,o0 Vocabulary Terms. 270OPaee. Colored Flatus. 6000 Illustrations. 30,000 Geographical Subjects. 11.0M liioCrat.hlcul Entries. Regular and India-Pap- Edltlens. Writeforspeo-trai- n JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. Established In 1837 Lrbaral assortment nd iuh vaiuo palw you do not term, mo to bo tho knavo." The greatest knavo I know of is tho constable who brought mo hero." "I do not know," said tho mayor, , FIIRS mSM JK'-IK paws. Illustrations, etc. a set of locket Maps ii you Fr, Dumo pupcr. tula G.&C MERKIAM CO- Sprlnjfkld, - . mj'ijmimii 'I ROWAX HOMtROOK, Sec. Trcns. .1. F. UOnERTS, Iros. C. T. SIIANKH, V. 1 A. RKKSL1311, Ass't. Sec. & Trcm. SHERIFFS SALES For State, County, School, 'Dor nnd Htntc Iloail Tax for 1018. Notlco Is horcby given that I, or ono of my deputies, will on Monday, January C, 1919, between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. in., and 2 o'clock p. in., at tho Court Houao door in Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, oxposo to public sale for cash in hand, tho following described property, or so much thorcof as may bo necessary to pay Stato, county, school, dog and Stato road tax duo thorcon and un paid, and tho interest, penalty and costs thereon: Xo. 1 Knst llnrftoril. 8. OS $ T A. V. Austin, 50 a Mrs. Delia Moseloy, 126 n. . . 12.75 13. G3 N. A. Schroader, 30 a 2.92 B. G. Shroatcr, town lot 5.34 J. . Wilson, 25 a Xo. 1! West Hartford. Moscly, town Mrs. Jennlo tors. Clara Tie Daviess County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) A. Wndo, 75 n. . . Xn. 25 Hcflln. James Roy Hatfield, 70 n. . . II. C. Simmons, 100 n Xo. 20 Ccrnlvn. Mrs. H. n. Williams, 102 n. Xo. 2S XnrrouH. Estll Willis, town tot Xo. SO lCnlpli. Mrs. Ida Kelly, 64 a Xo. .10 Prentiss. Ella Stevens, 05 n O. E. Scott, 230 n .- 3.79 . 1G.53 9.25 7.71 8.83 13.30 C.C9 Happy New Year To You For ycais we have had the pleasure of extending New Year Greetings to you. It is with some degree of satisfaction and pleasure we start at our beginning and come down through the succeeding years and note our advancement and expansion wrought by untiring, honest efforts for the mutural benefit of ourselves and our customers. Nor are we in the least unmindful of the part our customers have played in helping us on toward the goal of our ambitions. It has been your loyal support that has helped us to bear the burdens that were ours, and made, us able to be of service to people of four counties instead of one. It has been your expressions of n that has brightened every task and made you an integral part of every duty we have undertaken to perform. .suli-stanti- 27.42 C.94 Xo. .11 I Is now open for business. We will take care of any business intrusted to us and see that every man gets Wo ltnnw lmw to handle tobacco and have one of ,..! rk..tnnKMn t. i .1 i S the largest ana oesc ngnieu nousus m uwunauuiu. I GIVE US A TRIAL. . 1 1 1 -- a square deal.. i j Herbert. 2.12 9.54 6.00 7.52 11.87 2.07 8.92 6.51 .... lot Notice Tobacco Growers Why not patronize your own industry and keep the price of selling tobacco down by bringing your tobacco to the EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. owned and operated by the farmers of Daviess and adjoining counties. Our average today Dec, 9 $16.03. Xo. :t Ilctln. Y. Hoover, 123 a G. E. Smith, 75 a Xo. ! Sulphur Springs. $ Henry Ash by, CO n Mary II. llratcher, 61 a John P. Doftron, 24 a . Jnmcs Pitzhugh, 130 a. W. It. Maiden, CO a. Jas. II. Wright, 124 a Wm. L. Wright, 50 a Xo. ! Miikuu. J. Henry Hosklns, 46 a Mrs. Louisa Payne, 75 a Xo. i!2 Arnold. L. W. Allen, 50 n W. H. Bycrs, 30 n P. C. Itcnsley, 65 a N. L. Embry, 80 n Bill Evans, 10 n George Pramo, 124 n H. B. Green, 33 a S. J. II. Kcown. 123 a V. L. Swift, 37 n R. L. Smith, 6 n. 4.S2 Xo. :t:t Render. Paught, 30 n 35.31 Arthur Mrs. Juu. Schneawdwso, town 21.0S lot 7.09 6.01 ........ 4.95 10. 3C 7.01 EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated 604 East Main Street Jloth Phones OWENSBORO, KY. Open Day niul Night. HflHMEXC3HM2EBMftjiHiHiHIHBMttflBAHHHHE HINDENBURG HOME derground, and thero wore two en- trances, ono through the villa and tho other from tho grounds. Tho main UNDERGROUND entrance was from the house and led WAS Hun "Warrior" Proves To Be Only Opera Bouff Hero Tho forSpa, Belgium, Dec. mer headquarters of the Kalsor and his general staff is disclosing some extraordinary queer facts these days about the men who engineered the world war. Take for ono, Hlnden- burg, Germany's superman, around whom reams of poetry have been written .disclosing him as a fearless Napoleon lending his troops to victory. As a great matter of fact, he spent a great deal of time in a wonor derfully constructed "funk-holo- ," dugout, underneath the grounds of his villa here. Spa, it may bo noted, is almost on and so fur from the German where the batilcllnes used io no that It was almost a day's journey In a fast motor car to get within sound of tho big guns. Had Two Hiding: Places. The Kaiser, too, had a similar hiding place at Noubols, near a comic opera trench system, about which he Is said to hnvo paraded for the benefit At both of their of motion pictures. villas thore woro delicate electrical Instruments which would set up furious huzzlng whenever an airplane approached anywhere near. At tho first sound from this contrivance and thn Kulser used to run People to shelter. It Is reported. who worked about HIndenburg's establishment said that bo was continually running for cover. Aum.cd Al Ills Valor. America's representatives on tho international armistice commission aro now occupying Hlndonburg's headquarters, and they were amazed when they discovered this underground refuge of tho great warrior. Tho entrance wan through tho dining room Prom there a flight of stops led down to a tiled anteroom, which, by tho wjj, now sorves as n vory good pantry for tho Americans. From tho tiled room thoro was another fligth of htoprf that led down to tho real dugout. This was blocked by a huge iron door about ono inch In thickness, which could bo locked from tho liiBlde only. Within It was fastened by a double bolt which would do credit to an American bunking cstubllbhmont. Dugout Kiiii'b I'uiiilslifil. The dugout Itself was luxuriously equipped. On the floor was. a heavy flowered carput und a Louis XV table and chairs added to tho artistic arrangement. Tho walls, which woro woro painted of corrugated Iron, solid white, und the wholo place brilliantly illuminated by electricity On a little tublu wuh an electric fan to koep thu marnhul cool in summer, uhilQ an elactrlo stove provided hent In winter. Tho room was about fourtQOii by twelve ftMil and wan protected by four to lx faot of oarth nbovo it. The omiHiior'8 dugout was similar, , ticapt thut it wjii much deeper un rg down a long flight of steps. Another touch to tho picture was added today when German resident told tho corresponof dent of tho Associated Press that the crown prlnco spent virtually all of his time in amusement. QCARTKItLY COURT DOCKKT. Tho Ohio county Quarterly court here Monday with one heaviest dockots in recent 3i tho If parties to all tho suits nonths. on the docket aro ready for trial the will probably continue for oeral days. The following cases .lave been set down for trial. Home Insurance Company vs Thad .vlll convene ser-do- Klper. 26 a 7.4S T. W. Wallace vj. William Bisch- - W. H. Dti vail, 43 a 6.41 Maggie Ferguson, town lot . . 1.41 J. E. Mitchell vs. W. H. Watson. Alice Wllkerson, 55 a 2.6S Samo vs. C. T. Baxley. Xo. 12 ltdslnc. Same vs. J. R. Myers. L. C. Craig. 20 a 3.90 Same vs. L. C. Myers. a J. A. Collard. 1 5.34 Same vs. Clarence Smith. J. A. Campbell, 6 a 5.89 Same vs. C. C. Hines. 5.C1 Jas. II. Goodman, 35 a Samo vs. A. W. Mldkift. Hurt heirs by J. G. Gray, 70 P. A. Ames & Co. vs. T. C. Schroadacres 3.52 er. Melvln Kesslnger, 12a 9.29 Peter Smith vs. D. N. Havener. Lewis heirs, town lot 4.35 vs. Walter Allon. T. L. Deliart Barney Moore, 40 a 5.12 Vlr. Carolina Chem. Co. vs. C. B. Agues Reddish, 50 a 352 Carden. Robert Robinson, 42 a 10.29 Coleman Wolf vs. J. It. Herring-to- W. II. Stewart heirs, 125 a. . . 7.4 1 Isaac Schroader, 8 a 4.C7 Herndon-Carte- r vs. Pred Balzo. Taylor, 40 a 8. C9 Harry Woodburu vs. 1). O. Ham- TrumanWright, 25 a Albert 5.17 mond. G. T. Wright, 50 a 12.36 Same vs. J. I. Clark. L. T. Wright, 200 a 33.24 Same vs. O. D. Hellin. Xo.lit Knst Iteau'r Dam. Same vs. K. A. Davenport. W. H. Marrlatt et al 50 a. . . 6.59 vs. Emory Tilford. Same town Mrs. Annie Arbuckle, A. I). White vs. N. A. Schroetor. lot 3.87 M. T. Likens vs. W. P. Kennedy. 17. OS Dr. J. R. Plrtlo vs. N. A. Schrooter. Cassandor Allen, 21a I. K. Miller, 40 a 7.01 Anna Robinson, 5.91 PUBLIC SALR. Xo. I I Wo-- t Ilcuvvr D.iiii. 1 will offer for sale, at action, at 5.00 tny residence two miles west of Hnrt-for- d Henry Bullion, town lot, ...$ 7.01 on tho Llvormoro road, Jnnuury Ed P. Kelloy, town lot Xo. 15 Mi'IIniry. S, 1919, tho following described J.. W. Geary, SI a 11.50 property: 5.12 Two work mules, six work horses J. R. Likens, Xo. 10" CViitcrtnuii. and ono young horse. Also 37 heud j 5.94 night Hereford cows and M. L. Ashby, 47 a. . . of cattle, 5.71 two bull calves, six months old, cows W. B. Chapman, 3 n. 5.06 and bulls eligible to registration, ono Herman Hosklns, 1 u .... W. Oglesby, 24 a. 7.01 four year old registered bull, and tho Xo. 17 Small House. remainder stock cattle. I will ulso oiler some full blooded Duroc hogs W. G. Ellison. 25 a 5.11 and n number of stock hogs. Also N. L. Wlthrow, 30 u 4.33 general farming implements, includXo. IS Fordsville. ing mowers, rakes, plows, harrows, 1). M. Matthews, town lot. . . 9.30 drills etc. I will also sell a quantity Walter Marlow, 75 u 0.96 of household and kltchon furniture. Grant Rusher, 36 a 8.29 Terms mado known on day of sale. Xo. Ill East Fonlsvllle. Tho Ladles Aid, of Wesley's Chapel, Mary L. Nowton, 50 u $ 3.07 Nocrook, will servo luuch at tho noon S. W. Overton, 35 a 5.95 hour on day of sale. Xo. 20 Aetuavillo. M. It. BARNARD, ... Mrs. M. A. Kirk, GS a 5.47 Hartford. Ky. 2.90 Mrs. Colio Thorton, town lot. Xo. 21 Shrove, ' . van saw:. 9.20 It. P. Huff, 100 a Lot and two story brick storahouso, Xo. 22 Olatoii. good condition and most deslrablo lo18.83 C. E. Daniel, 200 a. cution. Address Box 321, Hartford, 19. 16 James Hoover, 105 a or apply at this offlca. 21tf. L. 6.25 J. Wilson, town lot. ,. ,. Xo. 2:1 Ituford. root of u rabbit a "U de loft hind 4.C4 Vasco C. Balrd, 22 n lgn of luck?" n 24.48 Mr. Krastus' Isaboll Morgan, 130 "TIs," remarked ' Xo. 21 llmtlctt. Plnkloy, "if you owns tho rest of do 3.96 Mrs. T. A. Gray, 100 a Washington Star. rabbit." V. L. n. Barnard. .1. P. Stratton Kate Midklff, town lot Xo. tl Cromwell. $ Lizzie C. Austin, 35 a G. A. Clcmments, 60 a. (credt.) $3.12 W. H. Johnson, 1 a S. W. Pool, 10 a J. W. Phelps, town lot Miss Mary Ranney, 100 a. Xo. 7 Cool Springs. G. H. ftaymer, 90 a R. W. Taylor, 119 a It. H. Taylor, ngt. S. I. 100 a K. T. Taylor, 100 a Xo. 8 North Hockport Gerry llarnos, town lot Andy Devlne, town lot by Agnes Mrs. Hell Hugh, Sneddon Mrs. Nannie Heck W. H. Nembo, 3 a P. At. Whalen, town lot Margaret Williams town lot. . Ilessie Williams, town lot Xo. 1) South Hockport, W. V. Graves, 100 a Mabel Herald, 7 a Mrs. U. P. Her, town lot Mrs. Sallie Jackson, 1C5 a. . . Reuben Scott, 33 a Xo. 10 Select. W. 1). Raize, 5 a A. P. Butler, 80 a M. J. Embry, 93 a Willie Klper, 40 a Xo. :t I Simmon. 8.64 4.35 Mrs. Alice Smith. 2 a 18.50 W. 11. Stewart, 35 n Additional. 25.10 Mrs. Lizzie Amos, 40 a. No. 6 7.52 Precinct f 13.50 S.13 L. E. Arbuckle. 50 n W. C. Ashby, 81 Vj a J. H. Babbit, SO n 1.77 J A. Clark. 15 a. No. 23 3.23 6.12 5.46 17. OS 19.14 7.71 5.S9 al .Precinct 2.(1 Elton Evans, 50 a W. Holder, town lot 11.95 W. I). Hardin, US n 7.75 Claud Kitchen, 10 n. Xo. I 7.91 9.35 21.43 7 7.62 S.94 Precinct 5.3S Irvlu Morris, town lot 40 a a 12.34 Ross Mortln, 62. a 21.50 W. M. I'hlpps. 46 a L. W. Reynolds. 51 a S.S3 Lou T. Smith, town lot 6J 4.81 4.55 6.74 7.71 20.3S Body .Mitchell, Alary E. Mlze. appro-citatio- 14.50 John Short, (col) O. L. 6.46 6.92 2.12 S.13 S.27 4 a .... .... Turner, 40 a. No. 23 .... ... .... Precinct S.07 3.55 jj. C. Westerfield, 120 a. Xo 23 Precinct 3.SS Mrs. Martha Westerlleld. 270 a 2.44 G.St Cicero Wade. 100 a 6.22 P. M. Wedding, 12 n 4. SI Clayton Wallace, CS a. Xo. 30 Precinct 3.82 Dennis Walker, town lot Xo. :W Xon Resident. 7.SC CO a. 2.6S Mrs. Salllo Ambrose, 23 Precinct $ 5.73 30.63 Marvin Black, 100 a. No. 1 Precinct 4.7S IS. 76 2S.95 S.07 To Say ,We Are Thankful Means But Little, but Years of Profound Unselfish Service is the Real Time Expression of Gratitude. Never before has just such a New Year come to the world. The great events wrought by the war of the past four years have prepared us for greater new things than have ever been known before. OUR BOYS are returning home from world wide mission of righteousness. 2.12 5.31 2. Si .... 2.68 21.13 7.S2. their . 4.7S S.69 10.09 5.S9 vs. T. V. Stratton. Xo. 1 1 Hore Mrs. S. P. Goodman, OS a. .. Juo. Hudsou heirs, 55 a; No. 25 Precinct R. Karnes, 69 a J. L. L.ishbrnnks, town lot . . J. P. Miller, 5 a Mrs. Eliza Moscly, 30 a. No. 29 Precinct k C. W. Newton, 62 n. A. Powell. IS a '. . . J. E. Rlck.'tt. 53 a Mrs. Cyutha Shull, town lot Andrew Thorp, town lot Aren Wells, 103 a. No. 25 J. W. Parmer, 51a 12.18 5.17 15.00 4.35" Great systems of government and national structures have been overthrown, that something better hight take their place. 3.28 7.94 5.17 6.59 2.6S 2.3S 1.36 ...... Woodrow Wilson, Our President the leading statesman of the world ; representing the leading nation of the world, is now across the sea with his great American plan for a league of nations to promote perpetual peace and give liberty and righteousness to all the people. The foundation no doubt will soon be built, but upon it the structure must be built. So you see even now when peace is certain, these very peace conditions impose upon us many duties and responsibilities no less necessaiy than those of war. The hungry must be fed. The naked clothed and Bolshevism suppressed. ' .... Precinct Stove Woodward, 69 a. No. 25 12.50 6.60 3.23 10. 3C Precinct Dollny Wedding, 20 a Xo. :t7 Colored. H. M. Acton, 1 a Louie Barrett, town lot Mrs. Bethel Chinn. n Lit In Drano, E. S. Foreman, 50 a C. W. Gibson, town lot Elbe Hlzer. 1 a da Hawkins, town lot Vig Hockcr, 1 "a a Jonnlo Null, town lot William Parks, 4 a .... la .... 5.29 2.12 2.12 3.23 5.58 2.68 4.09 G.3C 1.85 We Must Play the Leading Roll. , Our la 5.32 12.89! 3.23 Llzxle Tuncll. town lot 2.'l2 Cahln Ta!or. 4 a 1.86 S. A. BUATCHKR. Sheriff, Ohio County. Prank Rendr. SO a Mrs. J. A Shiilt., 9 n .... Food and Our Clothes Must Go Into Every Part of the World. la night: Sanol Is surely the best for all kidney or bladder trouble Ranifl gives relief In 24 hours form all backacho and blad der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed romedy. 50c and ?1 00 a bottlo at tho drus store. 46-yr Do you get iip nt t to Don't think then that there will be more good merchandise at lower prices than you can buy. Higher prices still may prevail. ' ' i ill I I iimii iwf Muni. !, ii,awi m 'I 0HI I SEE! PUBLIC. We are going to carry on our business in our usual way; offering our customers the merchandise they ought to have at the price they ought to pay, continuing to place their best interest even before our own and remembering always that the ultimate success of our business depends wholly on the faith and trust of the people. May we never give ourselves over to Vash hopes, but may we always continue in our efforts at self control. May we be earnest and of good sound judgment, that the great benefits of peace may come to us throughout this land of ours and to the rest of the world gradually and wisely without interruption. LOYALL P. BENNETT NOTAUV f 1.400-lb- TTFryy 1h n!fttf'' r JL 'pMmMf -- ..,...., .... tiiij mSB mcrJi.: AfeATH E. P: BARE ' FOR SALE. PIjjh . irudy for January delhcry. Sow. Beaver Dam, Ky. ' 'A r Hartford, Ky., R. 7. U niai. ''HfMnfwiinMnji -- j vmmfLtist-jLw'?-1