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COL ROOSEVELT DEAD HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919 er President, and ho camo Telo-grani- Emlcn Roosevelt, cousin of tho formPASSING OF WORLD CHARACTER. ) to tho B Roosevelt homo immediately. In Col. Thoodoro Roosovolt, death removes from tho western hemisphere woro dispatched to tho ColoAND NATION MOURNS chlldron, who woro In other Its most remarkable of human characters. Perhaps not slnco tho birth of nel's parts of tho country. Two of tho Napoleon Bonnparto has tho world produced n character of such strength Colonel's sons, Maj. Thoodoro RooseInoxhnustablo as that World's Greatest Citizen velt, Jr., nnd Cnpt. Kcrmit Roosevelt, of thought, such Indomltablo will and such with mankind energy,Roosevelt Col. Roosovolt. In common nrc In scrvlc.0 abroad. Copt. Archio given to Thcodoro Closes Illustrious Our present Roosevelt nnd his wife loft Now York had hl3 faults. Wo lcavo tho record of theso to the historian. Career last night for Doston, whero tho Cap- purpose is only to cataloguo tho well springs of his phenomenal greatness. Airs. tain's wlfo's fnthor is ill. Endowed with genius of n high order, with a will that recognized no Kthel Derby and hor two chlldron aro with integrity without limit, with courago that know no fear and Oyster Hay, Jan. C. Thoodoro In Aiken, S. C. with Industry that know no limit but death, ho was destined to becomo tho $ Roosevelt, for rovoii years President Telegrams of condolonco 'nnd symof. tho United States, died nt his homo pathy began to pour in from most marked man of I1I3 time. No really strong man, In modern times, ha3 At Sagamore Hill at 4:15 o'clock this of tho country today as soon as tho so' aptly adjusted bis methods to his ends as did tho great man now dead. morning nows of Col. Roosovclt's death directly to tho core of problems, without wasting tlmo with convenTho f.mintiH American exponent oT known. voveV precetional methods. He climbed to tho pinnaclo of ' tliu HtrcnuoilH lifts," who had fought Relumed Homo Christmas. dent and custom, but tho manner of the man is lost in the purity of his Spanish-America- n war, nnd In tho Tho former President camo to his Perhaps a greater risked death in hunting big gnmo and homo on Sagamoro Hill from tho purpose and the magnificenco of his accomplishments. exploring tho Jungles of Africa nnd Roosovolt hospital on Christmas day, heritage is left to posterity In tho examplo Of tho reward that comes to inSouth America, passed away peace- but a week lator wns stricken with a tegrity nnd will and industry, than by his constructive labors for tho civic fully while asleep, tho victim of n Rcvcro attack of rhoumatlsm and welfare of mankind. Even his enemies can be generous now, and see In Mood clot In tho lung, resulting from sciatica, from which ho had been sufgreatness that made his namo known Inflammatory rheumatism traceable fering for somo .time. Tho rheu- tho wonderful lifo Just closed tho real to an infected tooth from which ho matism nffectcd his right hand and and respected throughout tho world. suffered twenty yujra ago. It became much swollen. Ho remainTo the very last Col. lloosovclt was ed in his room and efforts wero mado STATE REPUBLICANS MEET. active In the interests of his country. to check tho trouble Last Saturday BEADS ODDLY STRUNG His programme of public addresses, tho Colonel's secretary, Miss Joso-phln- o The Republican State Central comintended to help hearten tho nation Strieker, called to soo him, but (By. I. D. Claire.) mittee met in Louisville Tuesday for Its part In thu war and to strength- tho Colonol was nslcop In his room. There is a good deal of kick here night. A largo number of local leaden the reslstanco to enemy propaganMiss Strieker said today that no one on Marshal Langford, of Rockport. ers throughout the state wero in atda and pacifism, was interrupted late had any idea that death was so near Tho Marshall hain't turned in any tendance. Ed Marrow was tho prinin tho fall when he entered n hos- at hnnd. confiscated whisky for nioro'n three cipal ', speaker. Confldcnco In carrypital for treatment of his 1'iiHscd Away At 1:15 O'clock. weeks now. ing tho state this fall was expressed ailment, hut tho Colonel reTho ojkact tlmo of tho Colonel's by all tho speakers. The most im doubled his efforts in tho writing of death was 4:15 a. m., as nearly as If tho flu keeps up tho government portant action taken by the committee dItorinls and public statements, one can bo determined, for there was no ortcr tax tho excess profits of tho un- was the appointment of a committee of tho latter having been read only person nt his bedside at tho moment dertakers, to help pay tho war debt. to arrange a call for a state plat last night nt an nssumblngo arranged j,0 passed away . form convention to be held some tlmo by tho American Defense Society. His Announcement that pulmonary Had tho boys taken to tho uniforms in tho spring. At such convention laul day was spent about his home, embolism was the cause of Col. Roo- like the girls do, they'd all a joined a state platform will bo adopted and reading nnd writing. sevelt's death was made by W. Em-Io- n tho army long ago. a ticket of candidates will bo enDied While Alone. Roosevelt, quoting Dr. Hartwoll. dorsed to be voted for at tho AuCol. Itoosovolt was preaching preTwo funeral services will bo hold, I guess Battle Nail has gone to gust primary. An unusual paredness long before it was gener- one nt Sagamoro Hill, tho other at Gooso Creek, Tcnn., to see about his was the selection, at this earally believed that tho United States Christ's church hero, which tho widdor. He don't loaf about this ly date, of a campaign chairman to would enter tho war, nnd when the Rooscvolts havo for yoars attended, shop like ho used to. conduct the fall campaign. Chesley historic step was taken his four sons Tho Rev. Dr. George Talmngo.pastor, j Sca'rcy, of Louisville, was selected for wero among the hrtt , Is expected to olllclate. and a I want to apollgizc to uncle BUI this Important position. Mr. Searcy to volunteer for military serv'cc ' Keeno for Fluke's Epeakln' out in is thi best Republican organizer In Shock To 1I!h Friends. Quuntln, a Lieutenant of aviation, Tim Colonel's death camo as a moetin'. Undo Bill don't want every Kentucky, and his selection as cam- died fighting above tho Gennnn linos, si10ck to tho people of Oyster Bay, body to know what ho brings us. 'palgn chairman will go along way wind Archio. a Captain of Infnntry. was ns friends knew that ho was about toward Inspiring hope of victory in sent home, his left leg parnlyzjd by tho hoUBO tll0 grcater part of yester-- i If Judgo Cook don't mind ho'll tnc ranit nmi fn0 0f the party. Lieut. Col. Thcodoro jnyf reading and doing somo writing. havo nil the prcacHcrs agin him when a wound. CIRCUIT COURT SUITS. Roosevelt, Jr., Is with tho army of oc- m, lwo song abroad, Kermit and ho runs for reelection. He's takin' cupatlon In Gurmauy, and Kermit, a Thcorode. Jr.. aro respectively offl- - a lot of marrin' fees awny from them. Captain, originally with tho British eora with tho American I. N. Lanham, of Fordsvlllc, has forces in forces in tho Near East, now is an Franco and tho nrmy of occupation With DHHs Ward asscssin" 'em and sued Railroad Administrator McAdoo Dr in Germany. American plllcei tit France. Claudo Blankenshlp a taggln' 'cm no and the M. H. &. E. railroad for $345, Richard Dorby, who married tho guilty dogs should be allowed to alleged damage to his crop by reason Clot In Lung Immediate Cause. of insufficient drainage of ths defend- former President' daughter, Ethel, The immediate cause of Col. Rooso- escape. lent company's track. J. W. Smith Medical vclt's death was pulmonary emis a Major In tho Army Corps. It's gittln' about time the poor- - also sued tbo same combination for bolism or lodgement In tho lung of The death of Q'irutin, youngest n clot from a broken vein, it was stat house kooper, jailer, sheriff, or some- - $325 upon tho F?mo alleged damnrjes, of tho Roosovclt children, and tho ln-ibv onn nf his nhvslclans. Death. 'body else, was wlnln nnd dtnln' the Both these parties own farnw north Jury to Archie wore serious blows to jt wn8 Ba,t cam0 to him painlessly ! fiscal court agin. I always git in- - of Dundee, along the M. 11 d. K. tho Colonol's vitality, his physicians as ho slept. vltod to these blowouts so as I'll track. Tandy Qulsenberry sucj Clifton .said, nnd ho fulled to respond with Three physicians had been In at write 'em up, and I'm gittln dry and o vigor to tho treatment tendance upon tho Colonel slnco ho hungry. Hack for the recovery of ?12j r.lleg'i his to bo a just correction ot u horsfs administered nt tho hospital. Yet ho was token to Roosevelt Hospital sevwont homo tho day before Christmas en weeks ago to be treated for what With Miss TInsloy makln' tho fires swap. Qulspnberry alleges ho apparently much Improved and had was believed to bo sciatica. Tho pa tlio house, and Consar makln' them changed a horee w.i.th $175 with bcon fairly well, although suffering tient's trouble was later diagnosed as at tho offlco, Wilburn has a mighty Hack for a niulo w.':h only flfty dol I pain since then. lars. Qulsenberry alleges that be Is Inflammatory rheumatism which, ac- - easy tlmo theso cold mornlns. a poor judge, of .1 ntulu. and relied upHo died alone, while a faithful jcordlng to one of tho doctors, had negro who had nerved him since tho uuecieu I glvo Bill Riley 35 cents to hone on tho statements of tho defendent uvury juiui in hid iruciiL'mi my razor about a month ago, nnd I've as to the age and other good qualities "cfoP"fl m tno WiR House, alarmed by body. 8 unusuat neavy ureain- Illness. ' had to shave at Bill's shop ever sense. of tbo mule, and that tho defondent Short thiT l'autnl f inli&ialed the worth of tin mule. Miss Strieker said that tho Colonel lrC. lof mo ucuroom in can mo jiujrae. A moment later Mrs. Kooso- - had suffered an attack of Undo Sam Is cuttin' off tho liquor ROILED DOWN. veNt wu at hor husband's bedside. on Now Year's day and Ed Barrass has cut off tho water, and within a few minutes his cousin, an,i had since boon moro or less con nnd Hartford has to fall back on butW. Emlcn Roosovolt, tho only other fined to his room. War bills for tho past six months, termilk. paid by tho federal treasury, exceed near relative residing in Oystor Bay, Tho attack of rheumatism settled arrived at Sagamoro Hill to take mainly In Col. Roosovclt's right hand I don't want to lnslnuato that Ar- $10, 5p0. 000,000. ch.irgo of tho family affairs. bad. and Mrs. Roosovolt Bont at onco for thur Kirk's eyes are gittln President Wilson had an audlonco a nurso In the vlllngo of Oystor Bay. 'causo Arthur aint married yet, but Funeral Will Ho Private. His condition did not at first scorn I was puzzled when ho asked me ut with tho Pope, at tho Vatican, SatBccauso of Mrs. Roosevelt's wish, tho Colonel will bo buried as a prl- - to bo alarming and tho turn for tho tho suppor tablo tho othor night, who urday. vato citizen. Tho funeral, which will worso is bollevcd not to havo como was u certain gentleman at anothor It is reported that an order will In tho tablo. It was Squlro Butler Rhoads, church until last night. bo hold Wednesday But then tho soon bo Issued releasing all married Oyster Bay, N. Y. Jan. 6. The of Arthur's court. which tho family attended, will bo men from' tho National nrmy. .. private hour for tho Roosovolt funoral was squlro was lookln' unusually trim. officially announced as 12:45 TmiU'd Colonel Last Night. The Prcsldont has cabled tho UnitOno of Fluko's oyos la ns red as Tho Colonel's local physician, Dr. p. in. Wednesday for tho homo at Sagamoro Hill and at 2 p. in. an autumn sunset, and it would bo ed States asking ono hundred mlllon G W. Faller, was called to tho Roosomighty hard to make a lot of folks dollars for the roliof ot tho starving volt homo twice last evening, ho said, at Christ Episcopal church here. bolleve his story that while flxln' his of central and northern Europe to treat tho patient's inflamed joints. boat a limb struck him in tho eyo. FOR SALE. "I am bettor now; I know I am hoPadorowskl, tho world famed pianA lot ot pcoplo are entlroly too sustter," tbo former President told him ist, is to bo tho new President of tho 8 o'clock, Ono tract of land, 55 acres, terms picious especially about Fluke, during tho first visit at Ropubllc of Poland. wm but ho was called to Sagamoro Hill roasonnblo. Apply to Capt. W. E. DESCRIBES THE DOG. report that Bennett, U. S. A 120 W. 17th St., at 10:30 oa tho nurso's SImoi Sobolman, of St, Louis, is Owonsboro, Ky or L. D. Bonnott, Mr, Roosovolt was qulto ill. 27t4 Persons applying for dog tags aro 103 years old, drinks whisky, smokes as though my heart was go- It. F. D: No. 3, Hartford, Ky. "I felt required to doscrlbo the dog, for pur- and oats whatever appeals to his ap- ing to stop boating," the patlont told pose ot identification. But tho palm potlto. THREE 11UUYINGS IN A DAY physician. "I couldn't seem to his goes tovour old neighbor, Mr. A. R. got a long breath." Honry Ford has raised tho wages There were threo buryings In ono Renfrow, ot Narrows, for a descripTho Colonel suffered n BOvero atIn a lettor to of his employes to $6.00 a day, retack of rhoumatlsm and sciatica on day In tho Rosluo country last week. tion that describes. Now Year's day, but nono believed A fourteen years old boy of Vady County Clork Blankenshlp directing signed from tho presidency ot his that his Illness would likely provo Phelps died of meningitis, following him to mall a tag to bis father, Mr. company, and mado his son president fatal. Tho former President sat up Influenra, an eight years old son oft Mark Renfrow, of Narrows, Route at a salary ot $150,000 a year. riost of Sunday and retired at 11 Georgo Crumes died of Influenza, and No. 2, ho wrote: "Description of Tha problem ot unemployment is o'clock lust night. About 4 a. in. Mrs. James Goodwino died ot tuber- dog. Black, 4 white feet, yellow nt WashingMrs. Hoobovelt, who was the only culosis. Two of the burylugs woro spots on cars, broken jaw, all front worrying the authorities of tho family at Oystor Bay, at Old Salem comotory and ono at tooth oat, crippled in left hind leg, ton. The employment bureaus ot meitibor Clifton Foster also dlod whlto tipped tall, about fourteen the larger cities of tho country aro wont to hor husband's room and Roslno. ho had died during tho ot flu in that community lust week. years old and answers to tbo namo boslegcd daily by workers hunting found that Ills mother died only a few days carll-- 1 ot Alec. Will sell him cheep or employment, and tho dally dlschurgo night ot thousands of Eoldlsrs Is incrcas- tr i" V tai for n row " Roosevelt telephoned to Col. er. Mrs, . all-partbo-caHo-weworld-greatnelong-standi, re son-in-laJ ' J J old-tlmlnflamma-toryrhoumatlsm I to-d- lng tho difficulty. Tho opening of tho crop season In tho spring will bring somo relief to tho situation. Much of tho German heavy artillery and a number of Gorman aeroplanes will bo sent to tho United States, to bo put on exhibition in our principal cities. LAST WEEK'S SALES ON LOOSE LEAF MARKET President Wilson is expected leavo Franco for his return to United States about Fobruary lo will return to Europe later, for peace conference. ho will contest to tho 12. Three Million Pounds Of Prior Sold At Lower Prices For tho week ending Friday after noon, the six loose leaf tobacco ware houses of Owensboro sold 3,482,970 pounds of pryor tobacco. Tho grow ers waro paid nearly half a million dollars. Tho general avoraeo was $14.13 a hundred pounds, nnd com pared favorably with tho average for the corresponding week ot last year. There was a decided drop in tho tobacco prices on tho Owonsboro market this week. Of course, tho rush had sopiPithing to do with tho decline, but the bidding was never very oplr-itc- d, and one or two ot She big 'juors rofrained from buying during tho week. tho Henry Ford has given notice that the Michigan senator-shi- p ct with senator-eleNowberry, alleging oxcesslvo use of money In Jho election. It is said that tho disorder and want of cohesion among tho German people is causing a widespread demand for tho return of tho Kaiser to power. Four aeroplanes co flew from to Washington In 50 hours, Bit Stronger On Friday. a dlstanco of nearly 4,000 miles. Tho market closed a bit strntjor This Is tho first successful on Friday. There was a sale of ns;,-28- 5 trip successfully made. m pouaii of pryor tobacco that E.dd at a general averago of ? 14.36 THE RELIEF COMMITTEE. a hundred p'.t.nds. Th farma. t reTho Civilian Relief Committee, alized $S3,SC3.49. Tho average l)a a. with Mr. Ed Barrass chairman and big salo Thursday was only $.U 06. liurlcy Prices I,ow. Miss Elizabeth Mooro secretary, are The burley tobacco has not mado quietly doing much good work for tho returned soldiers and for tlio a very good showing on tho Owens families of tho absent ones. Fami boro market, this season. To dato lies, whose dependent is at tho front 279,455 pounds ot the bright weed or in the camp, who are in need of havo been sold, for which the growers assistance are carefully looked after received $51,075.34, an averago of nd their needs administered to. Re- $18.28. The week's averago on Bur-le- y was $14.24 on 39,720 pounds. timed soldiers may apply to this committee for every conceivable help, Tno burley market closed on Friday from caro ot tho sick to the matter of afternoon with a salo of .13,970 Insurance and the collection of al- ponuds at an averago of $15.98. This lowances. This committee will be tlmo last year 125,480 pounds ot Hurglad to glvo advice, in person, by let- ley had been sold in Owensbqro at ter or by telephone, to soldiers and an average of $24.68. To dato this year the farmors of their families. mm the Green River district have been paid $1,576023.45 for 10,652,165 COOTS HELD OVER. pounds of tobacco sold In Owensboro Denver Coots was given an exam- this season, the Burley In this amount ining trial in Judgo Cook's court Sat- representing only 279,455 pounds. urday, on a charge of SIMMONS. and was held for action of tho grand jury. Being unablo to give Editor Republican: Not much of bond ho was remanded to jail. Coots here. Nois a son of Palestine CottB, ot Sunny-dal- e, importance happening and Is nineteen years old. He body born within the past few days Is charged with breaking Into the that you or Tinsley are acquainted store of George Hickey's, at Duke-- i with. Quint Brown has been delivering hurst, and carrying away a quantity of goods. Tho evidence against him dog tags for tho past few days, but Mr. Hlckey and . he has, found only about a half dozen was circumstanclal. other witnesses testified to follow-ln- g people in this place who own dogs. a track from the store to Coot's And it is remarkable how many dogj home. The goods were found In sojourn about here. Rufus Mckinley was seen meandersomo hollow trees near tho Coot's Coots in accounting for ing his way out to Joe Young's Sunresidence. his absence from home on the night day. (Make this a local feature unof the robbery claimed ho was out til further notice.) E. C. Morgan and M. F. Chumloy hunting. have about decided to wait until tho first ot June to mako their New THE EXEMPTION BOARD. Years resolutions. Mr. Guv Runnoy, who recently relocal exomption Just when the signed his position as bookkeeper for board was ready to lock up shop and quit, It had an ordor from tho war the Broadway Coal Company, Is department to rearrange tho records planning to go to Iowa, where he will nccept a position. Mr. Ranney has of tho offlco, which will require severComal days to complete. Members, S. O. been a valued employe of tho Sam Barnett, with Miss pany for many yoars, is a highly reKeown and regret to loso Morlno Martin and Miss Harriet spected citizen, and we clerks, havo chargo ot tho him from our community. Floenor Rev. Albert Maddox, of Beaver work. Dam, began a meeting at this placo Monday evening. NOTICE. trans-continent house-breaking, '.. sor-vlc- cs ROSINB. I havo located In Boaver Dam for and shall tho practice of dentistry, Rev. Picrco filled his regulai apgratefully appreciate tho patronage on mo at tho A. pointment hero Sunday. Call of the public. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stewart of I). Taylor property. v Bonder, spent tho week end with relaM. It. TAYLOR, D. D. S. 25tt tives hero. mm d. Mis. Stevo Kendall and MRS. JULIA MITCHELL. aro visiting relatlvos in SuMrs. Julia Mitchell died at tho tler county. Mr. Arthur Ragland, ot East Vltw, homo of her niece, Mrs. Georgo D. Mnttlngly, in OwcnBboro, Wednesday la visiting Mr. Nathan Monroe. Mr. Frank Culbertsou. and Miss morning, ot infirmities duo tu hor advanced ago. Sho was born at this Myrtlo Goodman wero united in the plnco. Soptomber. lBt., 1824. and, holy bonds of matrimony at tho nast the ago ot 94. Mrs Mitchell brldo's homo Wednesday, Rev. Good, was tho widow of Thomas Mitchell, man officiating. Miss Sua Plerco visited her broth-o- r, who died about 35 years ago. Hav Mr. John Plerco, at Horso Branch, ing, for years resided in nnd near Hnrtford. the deceased will bo well Sunday. o remoraberod by tho older peoplo of SUPERVISORS APPOINTED. this community. Tho remains wero buried in tho Milton Taylor burial The county court at It's Mondny grounds, yesterday nftornoon. sitting appointed the following members of tho comity board ot superviAT ILEIfS mOCEUY. sors tor tho present year, Hartford, Eggs 55 cents a dozen, Rriday and C. I. Maxey; Beaver Dam, Claronco Donnls; Roslne, W. F. Sundofur; Saturday. Sulphur Springs, N. B. White; Fords-vlll- o. 40 cents for good, yollow button Virgil Matthews; Bartlett, Dan Saturday only, coffee now wholecents, for 20 cents n Mitchell; Contortown, Nat Lindloy sale price 31 aud Rockport. vitrei! Smith, pouud Kny-mon- r L. T . 2tki. t legislation to carry out tho president's RUSSIAN BOLSHEVIKI .recommendations will bo introduced by thorn after conferring with RepubWIPE SLATE CLEAN 1919 WHEAT CROP lican loadors. Tho President's mossago said that food shipments worth $1,500,000,000 must bo mndo from tho United States Capital, Church, Land, All Government Guaranteed to Kuropo In tho next seven months. To Be Cast Into The An intornationnl organization, direct Price And Must Make cd by Herbert C. Hoovor, will Bupor-vis- o Melting Pot It Good tho distribution of tho supplies, most of which will bo paid for by persons nblo to find tho necessary reLisbon, Portugal, Jan. 5. Com-plot- o Tho United States Govornmciit Is sources. Tho appropriation requestwiping out of the stato as at preparing to tako over tho entire ed by tho President will tako caro of prosont constituted is tho purposo of crop, estimated from pre- the population in other districts, no' 1919 wheat n revolutionary plan published in Portably in eastern and southern Europo liminary reports to bo more than tugal as tho program of tho Uolsho-vik- l. bushels, and oa it nl which have been ravaged by war. In nppenllng "to tho great sonso of tho world's morkct prlco. Tiii. vlll Tho proposals lncludo: ' entail a net loss to the Government of charity nnd good will of tho American Dissolution of army, courts nnd an amount roughly figured at from pcoplo toward tho suffering," tho civil government, stoppago of taxes, tho president said: ?150,000,000 to $200,000,000 "Whllo tho sum of money Is in it- cancellation of dividend obligations, difference between tho world's nvcr-ng- o and of nil legal processes Including market prlco and tho price guar- self largo, It is so small compared to land titles, confiscation of all producwo have undertaken tho expenditures anteed to tho American farmer. tive capital, proporty of church and A Joint resolution to provide for in the hopo of bettering tho world state and of precious metals even In this action, approved by tho Food that it becomes n mero pittance comof individuals. Administration nnd the Department pared to the results that will bo ob- the hands Organization of a commune by deleprepared for tained from it and tho lasting effect of Agriculture, has been gates from streets and wards and the transmission to Congress nnd will bo that will remain In the United States organization of a revolutionary army days by Chair- through an act of such broad humani introduced in a few nnd an official propaganda nro sched man Lever of the House Committee) ty nnd statesmanlike influence." Tho text of tho president'3 message uled to follow. on Agriculture. Its adoption Is urgO DIa, a republican organ, Is ed to enable tho authorized agencies follows: "Extended investigation and con- program, for tho publication of this to go ahead with their plans for the which It attributes to tremendious task of taking over tho sideration of tho food situation in sources. Here it is: biggest wheat crop tho nation ever certain parts of Europe disclose that Bankruptcy of the state. essentially the urban populations in had. Stoppago of payment of dividends, certain areas are not only faced with The legislation will provldo for private or from stato, leaving each 1. Extcntlon of tho Food Con- absolute starvation during tho coming right to pay, if ho considtrol act relating to wheat, especially winter, but that many of tho popu- dobtor tho ers he should do so. such parts of sections 11 and 14 as lations are unable to find immediate Stoppago of payment of all taxes. resources with which to purchase aro necessary. Dissolution of army, maglstrature, regions have been 2. Authorization to the President their food. These ponce, municipal or re to create a new agency for tho work so subjected, to destruction by war, oiiiciamom, only of their foodstuffs, but of publican guards, nnd of priesthood. or to continue tho Grain Corporation. not Abolition Of Justice. 3. Placing In the President's their financial resources and their , Abolition of official justice, suspen power of production and exports, that hands a largo fund, not less than sion of all that is juridically termed $600,000,000 which would be used they are utterly incapable of finding resources that can be converted law, and Iho exercise of legal right, and as a rovolving fund. abolition and destruction by 4. Sale of tho wheat and for into international exchange for food and burning of all title deeds, sharo deeds meeting conditions arising out of tho purchases. of inheritance, deeds of sale, endowimportation of wheat from foreign ment, and of all legal processes In countries. Quick Cure For Croup. short, of all documentation, juridical Minor provisions covered will bo Watch for tho first symptom, proventation of sale of 1919 wheat in hoarsness and give Chamberlain's and civil. Confiscation of all productive capi 1920 nt the Government guarantee. Cough Romcdy at onco. It is prompt tal and instruments of labor in favor Details Not Worked Out. m of the oporative syndicates. and effectual. "Just how tho details of meeting Confiscation of all property of the guarantee will have to bo worked WRITES TO COUSIN. church and state, also of precious out, I am unable yet to say," 2Mr. metals held by individuals. Lever stated today. "Although in Champaign, France, Dec 191S Organization or the commune, a my own judgement it will be neces- Miss Annie Carter, permanent federation of barricades, a sary to take over tho entire 1919 McIIenry, Ky. union in the revolutionary commune wheat crop by the Government, which Dear cousin: Your letter of Noone-o- r two delegates for each barIn turn would sell it to tho public at vember 7 received this afternoon, and of ricade, one for each street or ward. what would bo tho prevailing price was real glad to. hear from you. A The communal council to cltooso exof wheat. letter from homo is always appreciat- ecutive committees for each branch of "It is entirely possible, I do not ed by the boys over here. the revolutionary administration. thing probable, however, that the I am doing fine nnd about as lazy Revolutionary Capital Plnniti'd. world price of wheat would savo tho as usual. A declaration of tho Insurrectionary Government any loss at all. This, of Well, wo can tell almost anything capital organized in common, to tho course, depend upon the amount of now, so will tell you a little of my tho destruction of the wheat produced in other largo Coun experiences here. We left New York effect that after state it renounces all claims to rule tries and transportation condition." September the 9th, on the nritish over the provinces. Great wheat reser33 aie known to Ship Mlllta, and lunded at Liverpool Appeals to provinces, communes Ire held in Australia, Hrazll, India, Arthirteen days later; then loaded on a delegate represengentina, and it is believed tho 1919 freight train and after a twelve arid associations to to constitute the permanent plantings in those countries will be hour ride landed at Romsey, England, tatives, federation of associations, communes exceedingly largo, to nothtn of and went out to a British Rest Camp, and provinces which have revolted. increased yields that will nought rested one night, rolled packs and Official revolutionary propagandists in tho European countries engaged hiked to South Hampton, a distance to work among tho peasantry, who In tho war. of nine miles, nnd there boarded a cau only be revolutionized, not by Tho Government guar.intfo at Chi- ship for Harve, France. It was there any diccago is $2.20 per bushel. The world wo quit talking to people we met on the principles or decrees of tatorship, but merely by the revolumarket price is estimated variously tho road. Guess you know why. tionary fact that is to say, by tho as promising to be from $1.70 to $1.-9- 0 From thero we went to a French rest consequences which will be produced a bushel. The difference between camp for a couple of days; then in all the provinces by tho complete the low and high prices will be made boarded another one of those easy(?) extinction of the juridical lifo of tho up to the American farmer, whose riding freight cars and rode three national state. crop the Government la pledged to days and nights, landing at last at Creation of a revolutionary army, protect at the stipulated figure. Montport, France, just u short dis by itreets or wards, to repel resistMr. Lever declared today It would tance from Uordeaus. Thero wo did ance by burgeois, or conservative be incumbent in the Government to a little soldiering. Wo had very good Jesuitical reactionaries. keep faith, having carried on a cam- quarters Billets, they call them After the revolution has been made, paign to get a big planting for the here. Wo were quartered In old It is necessary to organize a species 1919 harvest. buildings, residences, barns and such of revolutionary general staff to Figures or The HMD Crop. buildings as could bo spared. While guide tho people. Here are figures showing tho con- at Montport wo cleared about forty ditions now confronting tho country: acres of ground, and built a target lNKliUKNXA SURVEY Tho planting in tho fall of 1918 for range, with shovels and picks and MADE IN KENTUCKY wiutor wheat is estimated nt 49.2G1,-00- 0 axes. Tho lumbor used was howed acres, an increase of 16.5 per cent from poles. Materials and tools are A report of preliminary Red Cros over the winter wheat planted in the very scarco hero. I rcnlljt do not soo diirvoy work done in tho counties of fall of 1917. If tho same increaso In how thoy manage to get along with Kentucky worst affected by tho inllu-onspring wheat is mado thcro will bo what they have. While wo wore pasepidemic, allows homes wrecked planted next spring 2C, 000, 000 acres, sing to tho other side of tho city, on ml children orphaned throughout tho or a total of 75,261,000 acres. our way to Classification camp tho stato. export for ten good nows of tho war ending reached Tho normal pro-wAbout 68,500 families woro visited years was 110,000,000 butdiola year- us. You should have heard tho nolso at tho time of tho first report on tho ly. Tho estimate of exports (wheat wo made when wo heard the good survey work, mado to James L. Fio- and flour) for tho 1918 crop are ex- nows. I know tho citizens must have sur, division diroctor of tho Civilian 1 pected to total aiO, 000,000 bushels. thought wo woro wild. It scorned Relief Department. ti like one continuous yell. Wo are Tho finished report will lncludo now in a Belgian camp, and hopo it besides a resume of tho disaster, comwill not bo long until wo will bo com- plete Information as to tho resources FOR FLETCHER'S ing homo. the various communities have for re f With best wishes to all I remain storing natural conditions. mm your cousin, Tho work of tho survey is being PltESIMINT ASKS IIKI.P ELMER HUNTER. Ilrcathltt, Porry and carried on-b- y FOR STARVING EUROPE Sergt. Co., K. 2nd Reg. Letcher counties by Sholley D. Watts; in Hardin, Dell and Knox counties by Washington, Jan. 4. President II. 11. Baldwin; in Rowan, Elliot and iti:ci:ivi:s appointment. Wilson's first legislatives rccomineuda-tfo- n Morgan counties by George Cottman; based on his study of conditions Dr. G. L. Montgomery, formerly of by Pror. Donald Dushano in Adair, In Europo looks to tho relief of dis- Centertown, has recently passed tho Russell and Green counties; by A. 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Two ounces of butter or othor fntB V:ach week. Two-fiftof a pound of meat each week. Ono egg every two weeks. One pound nnd n half of sugar each jr.uinth. d pound of oatmeal each month. Pint nnd a lmlf milk daily for babies under ono year. Halt a pint of milk dally for sick K Ono-thlr- (y tho army, thousands of factories nnd on war worked short-hnnde- d work. Tho result Is, today Germany Is prnctlcally stripped of war nnd can not becomo a great Industrial competitor until tho world furnishes her materials, Practically every factory has Its with workmen's council, tho soldlcr'fl council In an effort to control tho now government. It will requlro many years for Germany to restore its railroad ftjM.omw to pre-wHtnndards. During the war, rondhods and rolling stock Now they are further dutorlornted. crippled by tho armistice donmndB. German rnllrond service is now tho worst In'the world. Puetiunger trnlns seldom average more than too iii'.os nn hour. Civilians are often tor-.o- d to wnlt two'duyB ut a railroad slitlen before they can boa id n trntn, because of tho congestion caused bv tlio mucirunt of troop. In every respect Germany Is In n bad way, nnd tho manses rcnlizo that their plight will still bo worso when tho paying of damages begins. ma-torlar GERMAN PREMIUM O.V WOMAN'S SHAME Occu- With tho American Army of pation, Coblcnz, Jan. 4. There used to bo n story going the rounds of tho American press to tho c. fleet that during tho war tho German authorities were openly countenancing nnd encouraging illegitimacy. Wo always rather doubted that yarn, but because of a statement mndo by one of tho most Intensely German i women we hnvo over oncountorcd we nro compelled to bellovo Hint there wns considerable truth in it. She Is about tho Inst person who would make such a statement unless It wero truo. Shu Is a woman who is still thoroughly loyal to ho country. She nttempts to justify every act ot her pooplo In tho war. However, sho is n frank critic of many things the government did. "When a girl had an illegitimate child during the wur she received 100 marks," said tho woman Iast night. "Tho money was paid by tho gov ernment. Tbero was no secrecy about It. It was common knowledge thnt the soldiers could so euro leave by stating their Intention of going home to contract what you might call war marriages which wero not marriages at all. clergymen "llowover, all tho preached real marriages and the propagation of children. Any time a woman went to church she was as to her status and the number of children she bnd. If she was married nnd hud no children she wns rather cblded. If she was slnglo but of marriageable ago she was also rather rebuked for not marrying arid having a family. "If a woman lost her husband in tho wnr she got a pension of about 15 marks a month. If she remarried sho got 1,000 marks in a lump sum, tho monthly payments ceasing." "Did knowledge of tho governI cross-examin- . lltTHUUH. lljjy o "Thero is no moro recognition ot In ono month 200,000 Filipino RST SKIPPER TO school children enrolled as Junior British law In Ireland and no mnro recognlzatlon ot British courts of InFIRE L. S. GU.V DIES. lted Cross members. justice," ho declared, "Wo are withNow York, Jan 4. Capt. Emery In Frnnco alono, tho A. It. C. main- holding ns far as possiblo every cent tains 7,500 hospital beds nud has from the British imperial treasury. Rice, who commanded tho Mongolia, English law is alrendy a farce in Ire- the first American steamship to sink C0U beds In Its convnlcscent houses land. England may hold the country, a Gorman submarine, and who made forty-on- e voyages across tho Atlantic Canada has learned that vocational but sho does not rule it. "Wo In Ireland aro prepared to during tho war, died at tho training reduces the disabled man's pcrfod of convalescence to a mini- mako every sacrifice that can come New York navy yard hospital of pneuphysicians who have used now In upholding what we havo won. monia following influenza. He was mum. Cardul successfully with Thoro can bo no turning back. Ire ill only a week. their women patients, for It was on April 19,1917, a few Some 27,099 Italian war orphans land stands for this In tho face of years, endorse this mediand soldiers' children havo been un- England, if necessary In tho face of days after tho United States entered cine. Think what it means world. Tho invlnclblo tho war, that tho Mongolia fired the to be, in splendid health, der the care of tho American Red tho whole Irish nation has once moro demon first gun for America. Naval gunCross. like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardul a trial. strated to the world that It cannot bo ners, who sighted in British waters a submarine about to attack the great Down In Argentina, 150 Hod Cross crushed." All chapter members knitted 1025 sweatA resolution was adopted urging steamship, shattered her periscope ers and ."i00 pairs of socks in two the passing by Congress of a Joint and sank her. Delighted with this months. resolution now beforo the Foreign clean hit at 1,000 yards, they named Relations Committee, which provides their gun "Theodore Roosevelt." o Tho A. It. C. sent flvo tons of food that America's delegates to the peace to Stenay to provide for tho Ameri conference bo requested to work for WOXDERFl'Ii AND LITTLE KXOWX ISLAND that following the signing of tho arcan and French prisoners crossing tho Ireland's plea for border there. Another resolution urged tho Presi mistice so many people In Europe, Whlto Island .thirty miles distant whose activities had previously been dent to carry out In tho case ot IreBritish Tommies, comes from Belaltl land his assertion that "all peoples from New Zealand, is probably the closely associated with the prosecuIlllghty which means homo to are entitled to and most extraordinary island In the tion of hostilities ,wero released for world. It consists of an enormous other services. a Hlndo word meaning the seat of mass of rock nearly three miles in government. This situation has resulted In a circumference, rising 900 feet above considerable number ot people reachAM,IKS ACCOUNT FOR tho sea, and is perpetually enveloped ing the ports of embarkation after Red Cross chapters In China or shortage." 202 GKIIMA.V In dark clouds which aro visible for having mado all their plans for Euganized native spinners to provide Us. Old Rulers Drct-lirregarding illegiti- wool for an order for 15,000 pairs almost 100 miles. ropean The old government deceived tho ment's attitude sorvlco. Many who . had, London, Jan. 4. Tho Allies demates increase the number of that of camel's hair socks. The island Is rich In sulphur, which planned to go had Bald good-by- o to pcoplo about tho crops. Gormuny now stroyed or captured 202 German sub- for some reason has kind of children?" sho was asked. not yet been their friends, aud naturally were emfaces actual famlno, with Its imports marines during tho war. In addition adequately utilized. you think tho German women "Do In the week following tho signing In the interior barrassed when their sailings wero stopped from Poland, Hussla, Ruma- o these, fourteen Gorman submarines is a aro crazy?" she said, with great of tho armlstlco lake full fifty acres in extent, the 40,000 Inquiries nla nnd West Gorman provinces. woro destroyed by tho Germans them- water of which has a temperature of cancelled. heat. passed through tho Red Cross IJuroau Tho officers of tho Red Cross havo licrmnn worxmen are now suusisi-In- g me selves, 10 In tho Adriatic and four on 110 degrees Fahrenheit, and It Is of Communication. on 1,100 food calorics a day, as been greatly distressed at tho necessl- "Hy tho time a man has lived long Flanders. Seven others wero intern strongly impregnated acids, ty of disappointing so many who had. with compared with 3,000 bororo tho war cd in neutral countries. enough to know how to givo good adGreat quantities of steam escaping with flno spirit and loyalty, mado There Is one enemy with which no American workman havo 4,800 caloriThe surrender of German subma- - from craters on ono side ot vice," said Undo Kbcu, "he's done armlstlco will bo signed. Annihilathe lako, plans and sacrifices, to go to Europe es a day. Ines is not yet completed. The num- form the cloud that continually enlived long enough to know that talu't tion and extermination nre In Red Cross service. the Red ber already brought This means that tho Gorman work- no It Is felt, how-ovuse walbtlu' the time." Washing- Cross terms of into British ports velopes the place. gots less than tho Whlto Plague. man y that full understanding of the fifty-eigis 122. There aro at least ton Star. e circumstances wjll mako ovory one of tho heat producing food thnn does e bo surrendered. The Germans THE DECL1NK AMI I'ALL The Red Cross Christmas Roll Call still to appreciate the unwisdom of sending tho American. "What do you think of a man who had nn answer that "echoed around still are busily engaged In building OK THE GERMAN EMPIRE abroad anyono whoso services nro not Thousands of our women nnd chilsubmarines and to this tho Allies aro will constantly deceive his wife?" from Stockholm to tho world nro dying for lack of nourishneeded. This Is especially truo bedren 's "I think ho is u wonder!" We aro witnessing the greatest, the cause of tho extreme difficulty ot arVladivostok, from lluenos Aires to making no objection for Uiey will be ment. at tho disposal of tho Allies whon swiftest, tho most dramltlc tragedy ranging Journal. Cairo. I vUltod many food storos In'Frnnk-Yo- rt for return passago for those completed. tho world has ever beheld. When who go from now on. To send addiknd other cities, nnd found them ' German surface warships actually ono thinks of all tho groat things that tional personnel under such condiTho Red Cross distributed 4000 practically ompty. Many ot the meat brought blankets to tho returned prisoners by ono into British ports wero less Germany has accomplished for tho tions would bo fair neither to them niarkbts nnd bakeries nro closed bebattleship than stipulated In world, It's contributions to art, mu- nor concentrated at Nancy and established to tho Red Cross. cause thoy hnvo nothing to sell. a canteen which fed several thousand tho armlstlco terms. The reason for sic, literature and science, Avhen ono Tho Red Cross has arranged that 'Y Industrial workers nro becoming this Is that neither tho Saxon nor tho thinks of what Gormany might havo ovory men. such person receives an moro dlscontonted daily ovor tho food Mackeusen has been completed by tho done for tho world, but for her falso of their scrvico and conditions in llorlln. Nino hundred Just beforo tho French supplies German yards. Tho German battle- leaders, ono feels Uko echoing Capt. a Matement as to why It could not thousand former munition workers ship Baden Is to bo handed over in- Philip at Santiago: gave out, a trucklond of R. C. sup"Don't cheer, be availed of, and it is hoped that this nro now back on civilian allowances. stead. Sho will leuvo German waters boys, tho poor dovtls aro dying." Unpublic statement will mako clear why During the war they woro allowed ap- What Lydia E. Pinkham's plies reached tho StIIomeit Hospital ror Scapa Flow within a week. der our very eyes Is dying the great tho change had to bo made. proximately a pound of bread dally. Vegetable Compound Did at Motz whero returned wounded . est of modern empires, In some re-- j prisoners are arriving, 50 at u time Kach is now reduced to half a pound. For Ohio Woman. PRIVATE PRAISES RED CROSS spects, tho greatest nation of our work- THE HORN LOAFER. lleforo tho war tho German times. May it bo the last of tho "If somcono could havo brought to mnn earned nn uvorngo of $300 and Pal-voCharles E. Kenuth, of 1082 empires! And out of Its blttor anMiss Gray, tho teacher, was giving spent half of it for tho family's food j Portsmouth. Ohio." I suffered from mo even a glimmer of truth that I nvonuo, Toledo (O.) who has guish and travail may thero arlso in a lecture to her pupils and was enNow ho cams $7C0 nnd spends four-fifth- s I irregularities, pains in my side and was wus not a cripple, thnt I could do so weak-- at tunes l ovory normal thing normally without been In Franco with the Marines for the future, without foreign Inter- deavoring to impress upon thorn of it for bnd food. tho could hardly get, e a single almost a year, is now In a P'UM hos- ference, a new, and honest, and a inevitable of laziness and . Slnco tho revolution nnd tho overaround to do my makeshifts or accepting work, und as I hud galling favor, tho light would havo pital recovering from wounds receiv- glorious democratic Stato to ihelp idleness. Sho drow a very vivid picthrow of tho militarists, Gormnn lafour in my fnmily been won beforo it began," Bald point tho wny toward the goal ot all ture ot the habitual loafer, tho man o ed In tho Argonno Forest. bor is moro insistent In demanding and thrco boarders "We wero after n machlno gun po- mankind, llborty, fraternity, equali- who hates work, and his ultimate W. Davis, a wngos, and most proprietors Porto highor it made it very hard sition," said fate, nro granUiw 'heir domnndb, fearlnr for mo. Lydin E. Rican fruit grower who sailed for asked about Private Konuth when ty! Tho Nation. the fighting in which ho "Now Frederick," she said, to one confiscation of nil inPinkham's Vege- Franco to take this message to our Uolshovlam and WHY SAILINGS had been wounded. table Compound disabled men. of tho children who bad persisted In dustries. wns recommended WERE CANCELLED looking out ot tho window, and whose "Tho bullet that hit my leg'fractur-e- d Labor ltwlars nro odvocntlng a to me. I took it IRELAND PROCLAIMED It," ho writes. mind was filled with tho Joys ot baseclaims und tho lowering of taxes. und it has restored Immediately the armlstlco terms ball and othor kindred sports, "toll "When I got buck to tho drosslng Tin: newest republic my health. It is unique plan for payment of war station, thoro woro 'bcuueoup cigar- woro signed, tho commissions of tho mo who Is tho wretched, miserable, certainlv the heat They proposo that ovory manufactur- medicine for woman's ailments I ever Now York, Jan. 5. A ropublfc now ettes and n cup of chocolate for mo Amorlcan Red Cross in Europe cnbled Individual who gets clothes, food ami' n government contract saw." Mrs. er who has Sara Shaw, R. No. I, exists in Ireland and ovory force of from tho Red Cross, and this was just that all plans for sondlng liorsonnel lodging aud gives nothing in return. l ' shall return to tho now government Portsmouth, Ohio. pooplo will bo used to up- a beginning of what tbnj lmv i done to Europo should bo cancelled, with . Frederick beamed upon hjs toachdr. Mrs. Shuw nroved the merit of this tho Irish eighty per cont of his wnr profits. uio exception oi certain specinc cases. :"i0nso. ma'am" ho cried, "the iflf- bo'ndopt-ed- . medicino and wroto this letter in order A hold It, Dr. Patrick McCnrtuu, known for me. Tin proposition is llkoly to Sovoral hundred persons who had by!" Country Gontlomun. "Hero In,(the hospital In Paris I that other Buffering women may find m tho "envoy of tho Provisional Gov relief as sho did. x alroady obtained their passports had ernment ot Irolrnc' " t'eslurod in tin have Ivmii with a fine bunch ot . No Grout Stores Found. Women who pre sufTorincr as she was dl from different units and ben authorized to proceed to Hurooe. "Uook here!" pried the ogelted mai apposition that German fac should not drag ulona fronj duy to day iddress at a meeting held hero toTh" very part of tho country. hut before tbey could tall further m- - to the druggist"You or "' tored euonnoun quantl-ictur- d without trlvinc this famow root ami night to congratulate lU,m. Dlarmutd ph'no lnstuad of quinine this mom me, there jm een some bled aihfeois twine from the Red Orb "flen " T.lnni Mellows, all rMuh und food darlug the herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'kVe tjes ni in ' ' w jundfd, (iii ill ions in Europe to cruel nil fop! ' ii u"l.i i! I'lun l'Miiorst, upon Huntrial, Fter sin- " m'iio'ih fur wqrld tablet Compound, miry u wir. advice in regard to sudi alfr i I and ih-r. i.'un, HI to P f l'llll 1. I'ji.l I' lui' Til p.r i M t 'n In i. i "! i" it ii i diuglst l ,,tte t )LvrHn.PinkbatnM i'itiii I CO'" '' u . i ' ut in tin i : 'I mo iiux1 'i u p' it .1 ot Hi TIki fi Ult of its 'ti.ty l. 1)0 I .. I'.--h . .y by 1. lh fur Jit- vurieucu Zj ufcyvur survive. .1, i t r.rt . to-d4 No milk for others. Olllclnl Cnril Xeodoil. Government food cards aro necessary to secure all theso things, only gocso being excepted, savo in tho rich agricultural regions, whero tho farmers find It impossible to ship food to tho big cities because of the breakdown of transportation facilities. Tho masses of tho Gorman pcoplo are subsisting on cabbage, carrots, potatoes, white beets nnd brend. Tho rich nro nblo to secure meats nnd butter nud eggs by paying enormous prices. Butter Is now $7 to $9 a pound. Chickens nro $10 each. A fat goose is $25. Steak Is S4 a pound. Horse meat Is CO cents a pound. Sugar Is 14 cents a pound. Genuine coffee, $12. Tea, $15 to $25. Eggs, 33 cents each, f Soup meat, $2. CO n pound. "Gormnny's 1918 crops woro only a third of tho normal yield beforo tho war," bnld Wurni. "This was duo to the bad weather and the wido spread yvf Influenza among the farmers, tho hhortngc of farm Inbor and horses and cattle and tho failure of fertilizer. Tho refusal of a million and a half of Russian prisoners to work nfter tho signing of peace between Gor-manud Russia added to the food land that tho Irish question will bo GREAT WAR'S TOLL. settled within tho next six months clthor peaceably or bloody," said Dr. 0,420,501 Killed Tims Rank Noto Worth $10 On Ono Sldo Fnr, Report McCnrtnn. "Wo In Ireland nro not Itii'.ilii Ie.ids $5.00 On Reverse afraid of shedding blood In our righteous cause, nnd if England attempts "Wttukcgan, 111., Jan. 4. Mayor Iiondon, Dec. 28. to intcrfero with tho establishment of tho official figures With tho issue Ponrco has a federal rcsorvo bank of tho French of our republic, It will bo n declaralosses In tho war it is possiblo to or-nolo ho can call clthor n fiva or n ten tion of wnr on her part nnd tho blood rivo nt tho npproxlmnto dollar bill, but bo's not sure how thnt will bo spilled will bo on her tho nppalllng toll of life. cstimnto of is worth. much it Tho dead, hands." so fnr, numbered G,42C,504. Pcnrco, when relieved from his Tho InDr. McCnrtan declared that beforo dividual national losses in dead thus strenuous duties ns mnyor, conducts n pharnmaclst'8 shop hero. And ho tho recent election tho pcoplo of Ire- fnr announced nre: British employs 1J. A. Ilnrtko ns nn assistant land had bcon asked to voto for sep 706,726 French phnrmncist. 1,071,300 Tho lnttcr took n 1)511 in aration from England. This, ho Amorlcnn 58,478 trade tho othor dny, but does not, said, nccountcd for tho swooping vic tory of the Sinn Fein. Russian 1,700,000 recall from whom. Ireland, ho continued, "tonight Is n Austrian 800,000 nudlt- Whon tho frco nation," nnd llkoncd that counGormnn 1,600,000 wlia mutlt so Rnllan 500,000 cd tho casli thnt night ho found lilni- - try's condition to that of Poland, but Tho total German casualties nro In fact, said the Irish republic as yet bnd not solf many Uirios bewildered. ho had his doubts nbout himself nf bcon recognized by nny other nation. given by tho Berlin Vorwnerts ns nnd tho ,umlan totnl was ter ho counted it four or five times Ho assorted that tho Irlih hero bnd only to find himself short five dol- raised a fund of $S,000,000 to carry placed at 4,000,000. Servln, In killed, wounded nnd prisoners, lost 0 lars, then ten dollnrs to tho good out their programme. men. should bo apand ngnin tlvo dollars short. In vain mm plied to tho Irish pcopK m cMuIng ho counted. Finally Pcnrco scratched his head within President Wilson's meaning," WIIiHOX "HOGS" CAltliK, SENATORS COMPIjAI.V nnd pawed over tho bills cnrofully. declared Mr. McCnrtan. "1 believe Suddenly he discovered a banknote thnt President Wilson haj the power Wnshington, Jan. 3. Scnntor with a ten dollar design on ono sldo to Insist upon n republl" in Ireland of Illinois, Republican nnd a flvo dollar design on tho other. and thnt he enn get tho peoples of Sherman, It developed tho bill, genulno tho world to recognize tho republic criticized in nn address todny whnt ho described as the uso of transatenough la ono of four misprinted at without riuthcr bloodshed. "Gcnernl" Mellows, who gnlncd lantic cables" for tho transmission of tho mint in Washington. Hut tho banks who mado tho dfsclosuro could his title ns one of the leaders ot the detailed reports from President Wilnot determine whether the noto was Enster robcllion in 1916, declared son's visit abroad, while parents were Sinn Feincra elect- anxiously endeavoring with little sucworth $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10 or $15, so that seventy-thre- e tho olllclnls nt Wnshington hnvo been ed to tho British Parllmcnt would not cess to obtain Information relative to take their b'ats in the House ot Com- the welfaro of their sons, now in nsked to decide. mons, but will remain in Ireland and American nrmy overseas. "I havo no objection to this news," try to shape the destinies of Ireland JtKI) CltOSS. In Ireland." Ho asserted that tho he said, "but I want mothers who Ho Tho A. K. C. has donated $75,000 Sinn Feiners would convene a nation- awake at nights to obtain information first as to whether their sons aro i for child wellfaro work In Great Bri- al assembly In Ireland, from tho Irish question would bo presented dead or in hospitals, and then tho tain. BUM PRINTING a Health -- . B1 ( m m Afeout Many women thousands? o! sufiering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the uso of Cardul, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofHayne.N.C. "I could not stand en my feet, and Just suffered terribly,"' she says. "As my suffering was so great, and mayor-propriet- or 320,-00- he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardul. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardul did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." " TAKE CARDUB The Woman's Tonic She writes further: am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardul, for I was in dreadful condition." H you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, elc, every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many wlil-M- '1 to tho Peace Conference. news." ',1 Druggists -- er, one-quart- er ht Cas-scll- t "BEST MEDIGINE FOR WOMEN" od out-com- Lau-ronc- ono-arm- fej-lou- r.-- - - ! - .' bt , . . ii .1-- i ! , on their own resources, nnd as a result of It havo given thoughtful consideration to civic affairs, wo should bo glnd to favor woman suffrage but Weekly by Published great majority of HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY convinced that tho women will not glvo themsolvcs tho Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, troublo to mako such Investigations, C. B. SMITH. through tho want of Inclination for President tho ballot, wo can not sco tho necessity of forcing a privilege upon them Kdltor JOH.V IIRXRV THOMAS con servo no useful public W. S. TINSIjKY, Asoclnto Kdltor that nml Business Miuingcr. Tho tobacco market shows no tenIt Is Entered according to law nt tho dency toward Improvement. Postofllco, Hartford, Ky us moll proving n great dissapolntmont to the mnttor of tlio second class. growers. Burloy seems to havo slumped ovon worso than pryor. It to Address nil communications Is difficult to understand why If burThe Hartford Republican. loy was worth ?35 a hundred In August It should bo worth only $18 now. NOTICE TO SUUSCmilKKS. Again wo wnnt to urgo upon tho toSubscribers desiring tho papor sent bacco growora that they are doomed to a now address must glvo tho old to perpetual dissapolntmont so long address In making tho request. carry their product to tho Business Locals and Notices 10c as they por lino, and Cc por lino for addition- auction block. Some means should as al Insertion. bo found for grading tobacco Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards wheat, corn, hay and etc., aro graded, of Thanks, 5c por lino, monoy In so that a glvon quality of tobacco will Church Notices for services froo, bring a given sum of monoy. Tho but other advortlsomonts, 5c por lino. remedy is concerted action, nnd leavAnonymous communications will ing the tobacco in tho barn until the receive no attention. buyers come after it. When they find tho mountain won't como to TELEPHONES. Mahomet, Mahomet will como to the 123 Cumberland 00 mountain. , Farmers Mutual The Hartford Republican Soc.-Trc- as. Miss Muriel Wilson, daughter of Superintendent Howard has received from Frankfort tho money for Mr. Joe Wilson, has accented tho 'vacancy on tho faculty of Hartford tho teachers' fourth month's pay. High school, caused by tho resignaMr. Robert Ward, of Illinois, Is tion of Prof, O. I). Carson. visiting relatives and former neighLittle business was tfanaplnil In bors in tho Nocrcok neighborhood. county nnd quarterly cuurl. Intra MonCounty Burvoyor C. S. Moxloy, of day. None of tho dote'ldoi'U or lit Fordsvlllo, was in town Monday. Clem gnnts was ready for trial, and tho Is still a widower, much ngalnst his entire docket was set forward for fu ture hearing, will. Mr. W. Mi Murphy, stono contracCommonwealths -- Attorney C. E. Smith la prosecuting criminals in lh tor of Bowling Groon, was horo TuesDaviess ctntnty criminal court this day transacting some buelnoas with Murphy'a Mr. tho Fiscal Court. week. firm constructed tho abuttmonta for Mrs. Sam Leach qualified In county tho Dundoo nnd Narrow s' bridge court Monday, as administratrix of across Rough Rlvor, several yuan tho estate of her husband, Sam Leach, ngo. deceased. If you llko tho Republican nnd It Is useful as a newspaper, tell Persons having claims against the Red Cross Hustlers will plcaso pre- your neighbor about It nnd nsk him sent them to Miss Clara Robinson for to take It. You can help us In n business way and help your neighpayment. bor to keep In touch with tho hapElmer Edison nnd wlfo and penings of his homo county, nt tho Mr. baby, of Select, were tho guests of samo time. deputy sheriff, Cicero Crowder tho A petition will bo put In circulafirst of tho week. tion at once, requesting tho fiscal Friday morning of last week was court to call an election, submitting tho coldest, so far, of tho season. the question of commission form of It Is Tho thermometer in Hartford regis- government for tho country. bellovcd tho measure will carry by n tering four abovo. largo majority. Tho election will bo Dr. J. O. McKinnoy, of Beaver Bam, held nt tho same timo with tho reguunderwent an operation at a Louis- lar November election. ville Hospital last week. Ho Is reported improving. An eleventh hour pngo nd cut Into our volume of local news this week Mrs. Gllmore Kcown, who has been It Is to tho credit of tho Republican visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, ns an advertising medium, that we loft for her home In Washington City carry two wholo pago ads for enterTucsdny afternoon. prising home merchants this week. For tho smaller volume of local nows A civil service examination to qual- wo offer these bargain ads, that will ify ellgibles to appointment of post- prove profitable both to our readers master at Hartford will be held at and to ourselves. Beaver Bain, February, 19. Tho Soy Boan Growers' AssociaA daughter of Andrew Groves, of tion will meet at Ed Barrass olllce Roekport, died of lnlluon.a Suuri y at 1.00 P. M. tomorrow. Ohio counnight. There aro no othor cjses ty grew about five thousand bushels of the disease at Roekport now. of boons last season, and Is reported to bo tho leading soy bean counWe were compollcd to leave out ty in tho state. Tho dcvelopoment some of our corrcspondonco this week of this profitable farm Industry on account of our largo volume of largely due to tho effort of count-faradvertising. These news letters will agent, Browder. appear next week. bo-llo1 Big Reduction t ymiit a X 4,ZWmT&.r - o CV. If I ';..y FRIDAY JANUARY 10 FISCAL COURT. The fiscal court has been in session since Monday, with all the justices present. Little business aside from routine allowances of county clnlms has been transacted. The county levy was Hied at 50 cents on tho $100 worth of property, poll tax at $1.50, school tnx at 15 cents on the hundred dollars and $1.00 poll tax. An order Was entered directing that no road contract should bo let by a Justice, where the cost was more than $50, until the same had been submitted for tho approval of tho whole court. County Clork, Claude Blankenshlp was appointed a committee to settle with tho sheriff. No definite plan for road working was adopted. The court will take up this quostion again at a special meeting in February, when it meets to pass on the report of the sheriff's settlement. In order to close out our entire stock of millinhats ery, including shapes and we have placed the stock on sale for THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY at exactly HALF PRICE. If you need a hat here is an opportunity to get one for a MERE SONG. Remember THREE days only, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, then the price will be withdrawn. ready-trimmed 11 M Germany has had her war dance and must now pay tho fiddler. Tho country would like to have a reason for the government taking over the Atlantic cables after the war is over. Begin to think about how you arc going to vote on the County Commissioners proposition this fall. It will bo up to you. Count Bcrnstorfi says all tho nations havo accoptoil President Wilson's fourteen points and all that Is left now is their interpretation. Aye, the freedom of the seas, to Illustrate. Not until Ireland has been granted Homo ule, and tho negroes of our own south guaranteed against death at the hands of mobs, on mere suspicion of crime, will the world bo made safe for democracy. Co&i Suits And Coats During our Millinery Sale we will give a ten per cent reduction on all CLOAKS and COAT SUITS. A splendid time to invest in needed merchandise at a LOW PRICE. To see us during these SPECIAL DAYS will mean money saved. DON'T FORGET THIS. Make our t store your trading place for 1919. ffl K Personal News and Social Euents. I It is reported that tho has just had an operation performed on his ear. We had thought for some wrong time there was something with Bill's ears; otherwise he would have heard tho voice of mankind pronouncing his tloom. f n, Tho American sociation has pooled 7,000,000 pounds of tobacco In the Green river dis trict, and buyers aro said to bo negotiating a rurchaso of the pool. As The High School opened at Monday. Center-tow- Mr. J. W. Thomas, of Narrows, that Of all tho touching honors may be paid to Col. Roosevelt per- In town Monday. haps none other will approach the Mr. Cary Crowder, of Horton, pleasing incident of a squadron of aeroplanes flying over Sagamore in town Monday. ton Hill, shortly following Mr. Koosc-volt- 's Rev. Walter Grcop preached death, raining flowers upon the Horse Branch Sunday. Roosevelt home. The death of Colonel Roosevelt Mr. Tip Bean, of Dundee, leaves the question of a Republican among our callers Monday. candidate for President- - still at sea. It is not believed that Mr. Roosevelt Mr. T. L. Tanner, of lteflln, called would himself have been u candidate, on us while in town Monday. but It is agreed he would havo been a moving factor in the nomination of Mr. Luther Chapman, of Beaver a candidate, as well as in the writing Dam, called on us Saturday. of a platform. Mr. J. W. Cheek, of Asklns, was The Memphis Commercial Appeal, among our visitors Tuesday. Domocratic to the core, hands this well deserved rebuke to Postmaster Mr. John Goff, of Contertown, call "Mr. Burleson od on us while in town Monday. General Burleson. does not cut an Imposing figure taking over the cable lines 'as a war Mr. Anthony Shartzer, merchant measure after the war is over. Every- of Asklns, was in town Saturday. thing ho has touched in an administrative way, ho hns bungled." Attorney Otto Mnrtin was in on legal business Tuesday. Tho wisdom of the Fiscal court in retaining tho county farm agent will New store every article in stock bo commended by the most progrescounty. Mr absolutely now. of tho sive farmers W. H. BAIZE. Browder has proven himself eminently capablo of porformlng useful serM1S3 Annlo Ray Carson is in Louls-vlllvice, ami his larger acquaintance with attending tho Conservatory of our farmors and their needs will mnko Music. him more useful this season than ro o, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mi'Olivll md son have returned to their home at Heaver Dam after a few lay vitit with Mrs. Mitchell's parouK .dr. and was Central City Mrs. Harry Culbertsou. Argus. was Blankenshlp and Mrs. Claude Blankenshlp did not go to Beaver at Dam Sunday. Their Sunday trips to that city aro so regular that it Is a matter of news only when they was don't go. of Roekport camo in Tuesday to get his dog tag .W Mf ii.VLMJif. m. .Mr. Coleman was pretty warm agalns' MUlT tho dog tag law, and said ho had decided to kill tho dog rather than buy the tag, as a protest against tho --gsssiJiZ3smw7TiTO ' a . i,jujjjfcv x .HETTWfnai 'mt&thivyu iraaraagre fool law, but his wlfo begged and th children cried for tho faithful dog. ZJiaSJlriTVl.ll until ho suppressed his angor and giBMtaotiifr jfih,iMakS submitted to tho Injustice. Mr. Lum Coleman, m5$L iMffSif "jrfafrs ATKu ahe : Mr. Caney Davis, of Daviess county will cultivate Mr. M. B. Barnard's farm this season. Mr. Barnard had Mrs. Q. C. Shanks colobrated her a sale Wednesday, and will inovo 9Sth birthday yesterday. Sho Is still to Mississippi, where he will engage enjoying good health, and may live In stock raising. many years yet. Mrs. Shanks Is the widow of Col. Q. C. Shanks, deceased, Association and who was a The Parent-Teachn nnd will meet at the school building this character In Ohio county afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. The an half a century ago. Ho was contemnual election of olllcers will bo held porary of E. D. Walker, W. F. Gregoat this meeting and n largo atten- ry, II. D. Mcllcnry, J. C. Townscnd dance Is earnestly urged. and others of tho old group of prominent Ohio countlnns, who havo long The county board of education met since gone to their reward. hero Monday and made tho school tax lovy for 1919 at 15 cents on tho hundred worth of proporty. A comfortable balance is in the treasury, and tho levy is flvo cents less than for A. C. A. 191S. er well-know- Roy Shults, of Roekport, camo to Hartford, Monday to testify as a witness in tho caso of another colored man, charged with selling liquor in prohibition territory, and while patiently waiting for the caso to bo called was himself arrested on a charge of having liquor in his possession for tho purposo of sale He gave bond for his appearance In county court next Monday. You Gi 6 uyin At Home a "notices Mr. J. I. Goodman, who was for Stockholders Meeting overal years foreman of tho mechanical department of tho Herald office, To bo held at tho A. C. A. Hulldliig and who a few months ago wont to Winchester, where ho was employed SATURDAY, JAN. II, 1310 heretofore. A complete lino of shirts, ties and on tho Sun, has returned to tho Mr. McAdoo's five, years govern-- , collars at Herald olllce. There tiro some lnalters to come W. H. BAIZE'S now store. ment control of railroads seems to up before this body that is of vital Mr. James T. Ralph has sold his interest In each mid every member have struck a mag. The press of tho For quality try my lino of Diamond farm, in tho Nocrcok neighborhood, mid j on are earnestly requested to county with a few notublo exceptions in Canma Johnson, for $8,000. Mr. bo on hand at 10 o'clock A. M., Saturhas vetoed It. The tremendlous sac- Island groceries. No no bettor. W. II. BAIZE. Johnson recently sold his farm with day, January lltli, 1010. rifice at which the government hns operated tho roads together with tho tho purposo of going to Mississippi, A son of Floyd Grumes, a farmor, but changed his purpose and decided management inclilclcncy of such S. L. KING, living near Koslne, died of influenza to remain In Ohio County. booms to havo firmly fixed tho sentiMn linger, Hartford Branch. ment of tho country ugalnst furthor Wednesday morning. meddling by tho government with tho Major Clarenco DoWeese, of. tho Treasury Department, railroads. Army Modlcal Corps, Ft. Dodge, Iowa, Federal Farm Loan Bureau, ' is at Fordsvlllo thl3 week. Ono measure of rollof from unNational Farm Loan Associations, f employment of tho returned soldiers Form No. 220. Rev. H. u. Truman, of Fordsvlllo, will be obtained through tho return FARM LOAN of many women from otllco and fac- was In Hartford Monday, meeting his STOCKHOLDERS'. NOTICE old friends and acquaintances. tory to domestic pursuits. HunTho annual meeting of tho Stockholders of THE HARTFORD" NATIONAL dreds of thousands of women, during Judgo W. H, Barnes loft Sunday, FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION will bo hold at tho olllco of tho Secretary-Treasure- r, tho war wore drawn from their homon to lake places made vacant by mon for Whltoahurg, In Lotcher county, McDowell A. Foglo, In Hartford, Ky on Tuesday, January 11 galled to tho eervlee. Not all of theeo where ho noes on legal builnoas. 1919, at 1:30 o'olock. P. M., to elect Directors to servo ono year, and for will give up thtlr places, but a Mr. Curtla Sandeftir, of Vlatoa, La., eueh other bualneaa as may properly como bofore the meeting. Title will olMt number of them are exneeted to to aa to materially moderate tha etm-t)o- ft will return to his home Saturday, be a very Important meeting. IIon Stockholder should make it a point after tpoadlnf a lev weeks with rela- to attend. of mala employment. tives hi Ohio eouofcr. U wn tb gju.ua-.ju.- ui awt . Mcdowell a. fog lb, week mmI tfuaettOf Mr. and Km. R. Qa aeoount oi that email Secretary-Trcahure'j'" v of women who are throws up ri. U&rtta saU nr-oeatar. Our buying position is such that we are able to assure all our patrons of our ability to meet any and all competition, quality considered. We are here on the ground, at your command, to render the best possible service. We aim to cany the lines which will enable us to fill all your wants ; to carry the goods which will suit your needs, give the best satisfaction and make you permanent patrons. If you will visit our store you will find we are prepared to take care 'of you, quality and price considered. We quote prices on a fev items: 1 yard wide 18c Sheeting, 1 yard wide 22c Hoosier Dress Ginghams 25c to 40c T.Co Light Percale, 23 inches wide 25c Dark Percale, 28 inches wide 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 60c 10-65c Brown Pepperell Sheeting 4 Bleech Pepperell Sheeting 65c 10-Bleach Pepperell Sheeting 70c About twenty laches' new Cloaks to close off. out at Call on us for your needs. 9-4 9-4 T ' A L. L. Sheeting, C arson t . C H Hartford, Ky. 4 ? REAL BARGAINS $ O & This will be an opportunity to purchase your winter goods at a big saving. This great bargain event will come as a blessing to many thrifty shoppers. A large portion of our stock of high grade merchandise will be reduced below its actual value, regardless of the extreme high prices of all merchandise and no prospects of any merchandise being cheaper. In fact, the leading writers think there is a. possibility of goods being higher this season than they have ever been before. We have a large stock of Winter Goods, consisting of Ladies' Coat Suits, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Dress Goods of all kinds, Outing Cloth, Cotton Flannels. We will submit to you a few of the many bargains. x SeJe Begins Jan. Ladies' Coat Suits. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 s . 11-Cl- oses Jan. 25 Ladies' Shoes. 20c 25c One Lot Ladies' Shoes, $3.00 and $4.00 values, saie price, z.tu. size zy.2 to 6. Hoosier Sheeting. $30.00 27.00 22.00 13.00 15.00 10.00 $ & Regular 30c, now Hope Bleach, Regular 35c, now Limited 10 yards to family. $ Rlen's and Boys' Pants. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gloves. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular " Ladies' Coats. , Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $12.00, $10.00, S 8.00, $ COO, now now now now $24.00 1-- now now now now : ; ( 15.00 10.00 " 8.00 7.00 6.00 4-00 $3.00, $2.75, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, $ .75, $ .50, now now now now now now now now .' $2.50 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 V Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $10.00, now $8.00, now $6.00, now $5.00, now' $4.00, now $3.00; now $2.50, now $2.00, now : ?. $8.00 6.00 4.50 '. . 3.75 3.25 2.50 2.00 1.50 ' . .. J .. now 75 .50 40 Ladies' All Wool Serge Coat Suit $35.00 Men's and Boys' Clothing. Dress Goods. Serge, Poplin, Silk, Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe. Rugs 10 Per Cent Discount. $22.50 Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $2.7o, now $2.50, now $2.00, now $1.50, now $1.25, now 75c, now 50c, now 40c, now . $1-g- Regular $25.00, now 9 00 Blankets. - " ' hn JJJG 4Uc Regular $10.00, now Regular $8.00, now . . $7.50 G.00 aUc Linoleum. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 6.00 $ 5.00 $ 3.50 Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits,.now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now $27.00 24.00 18.00 . '15.-0- ., . 14.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 , 6.00 4.50 3.50 2.50 Percals and Ginghams. Regular $2.00, now ,35c .30c .. . $1.50 If r -- Regular 40c, now Regular 35c, now Men's and Boys' Overcoats. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $20.00, $18.00, $15.00, $12.50, $10.00, now now now now now .- Shirting. Regular Regular Regular Regular 35c, 30c, 25c, 20c, now - $15.00 14.00 Men's and Women's Sweaters. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular TWular Regular Regular $8.00, $6.00, $5.00, $3.00, S2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, now now now now now now ' ?6.00 4.50 3.50 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 75 now now now '. 30c 25c 20c 15c 12.50 10.00 8.00 One Lot of Men's Hats. Men's and Boys' Caps. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, $ .75, $ .50, now now now now now now now ". . $2.00 $3.00 and $4.00 Hats, now $2.00 1.50 1.25 at now now Boys' Mackinaws. One lot of Boys' Mackinaws,regular $7.00,now . $5.00 . Millinery. We have a nice lot of Ladies Hats, now at half price. l.uu : ' 75 50 40 Ladies' Skirts. $8.00 6.00 5.00 4.50 3.75 Outing Cloth. Regular-40c- We have some nice Fur Sets 30c that we , now will discount 20 per cent. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $10.00, now $8.00, now $7.00, now $6.00, now $5.00, now This SALE Will h4 o o WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. in a W&JL 5" qj?K TV tf W$ & $V-y- y' U tr IT 3a s 0- - ', $$$$$$QQ$y''9'' vt HwwHfwv ; :tjj5-e'$'?e'o- o privnto business thoy must pay their own expenses. Whon on furlough dischnrgo from service, To llcninln Overseas, Will Servo As or nftor their however, thoy nro allowed reduced Jlut llnlo nml Kxpccls To Knjoy Many CIRCUIT COURT. HEAVER DAM. Replacement Units. More Ycnrs. rato of faro. Judge It. W. ttiuck, Uwuuiboro, Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. ihjiu'Ui. Attoruc) (J. E. amltU, HartWashington, Doc. 27. Kentucky Clork R. W. King. St. Louis, Jnn. 4. Defying Fnthor The Harvest Moon. ford. nnd Indlnna relatives of somo of tho Police Judgo J. W. Coopor. challcng-c- d Time, Simon Sobelmnn has Ques. What is tho harvest moon Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. soldiers In tho .IStli National Guard R. F. Stevens. Marshal g contest, nil comers to n and why is it so called? Ans. This AluMcr Couiini.Hloiicr Otto C, MarDivisions and tho 84th Nationnl ArFORDSVILLE. nnd, n ho nenra his ono humlrcil nml my Division may not have an oppor- Is nniiio nppllcd to moon when it ia tin, Hartford. In flint nnrt nf Ha nrhlt whom it Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonoa. ninth birthday, declares ho Intends In .... t..n. I.'....., tunity to welcome homo tho boys fn, IS 1ai.ih ft'...... " uu, Clork Olla Cobb. " " to bccomo tho worlds oldest citizen. makes tho least possible anglo with khnkl for a long time. Hartford who la wealthy, Is n guest Sobelmnn, Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslhgcr. Infantry and machine, gun tho ecliptic, about tho time of niitum lBt Monday In March i2 days The Marshal Grant Pollard. nt tho Jowlsh Old Folk's Homo hero. mil equinox In northern humisphoro units of both nt those divisions, It Com'th. and Civil. "1 expect to llvo many yoars longwas announced, today, havo been se- and about thno of vernal equinox In OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Monday in May 12 days Civil. er," ho said. lected aa replacement units with southern. Ordinarily moon rlsos 1st County Ront'd of Education. Monday In July 12 days Sobelman, who was two years old . t-which to roplnco men in the nrmy ot about HO minutes Inter each succeed- 1st E. S. Howard, S. S. O, C. broko out, toCom'th. nnd Civil. whon tho war of 1812 OUK HONOR ROM. occupation who aro sent homo. This ing ovoning, duo to Its changing poDlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartday can read without oyoBlnsses, can means that thoy probably will bo in sition in tho sky, this dlffereuco be- 3d Mondny in Soptombor 12 days ford, Ky. oats,, drinks and At llmo Civil. hear perfectly and Tho names below aro thoso of our Germany as long as tho American ing called "retardation." W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. Binokcs when ho pleases. soldlor boys who wore killed or died troops nro required there. Other of fall moon near autumnal equinox1 4th Monday In November 12 dnys Ky. living Is responsible for my of wounds In France, and nro tho units in tho two divisions nro to be In our latitudes, whon retardation Is "IllgUt Com'th. nnd Civil. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, "It people names that will bo Inscribed on the discharged soon. Rood health," ho said. at a minimum, thoro is moonlight COUNTY COURT. Ky. pay less attention to their dlot monument to bo erected hero. Wo would nearly nil night for soveral succes- Meets first Mondny In i each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Go ft", Roslno, y right livthey would llvo longer. mndo a dlligont effort to mako this Lame back may como from over- sive nights. Bccauso in former llmo Judge Mack Cook. Ky. doing what you please: I roll completo but nro not sure wo work, cold settled In tho muscles ot farmers often worked during theso ing I mean County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Div. No. G Otis II. Stevens, DcaT cat whatever 1 want whether it bo have done so. If there aro any other tho back, or from disease. In tho light nights nt harvesting their crops Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. cr Dam, Ky. doughnuts; I drink whiskey martyrs to their country, apwhoso two former cases tho right remedy is the naino harvest moon hns been pork or Slier iff S. A. Bratchcr. Dlv. No. C Nat Ltndloy, Center-tow- n, nnd smoke." nnmes wo did not got, friends or Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should plied to tho satclllto during that Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Peppermint and alcohol nro tho on- relatives will pleaso bo good enough be rubbod In thoroughly over tho af- period. Tnllcr Worth Tichonor. Tltuo of Meeting 1st Mondny lr ly medicines Sobelmnn hns over tak- to report them. Wo want tho names fected part, the roliof will bo prompt Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; 1st Mondny in April; 1st en, and ho nover has been attended of thoso who were killed or died nnd sntlsfnctory. Prico 25c, GOc nnd Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Mondny in Juno; lBt Monday in Ausurgeon In his 109 of wounds received in battlo. by n physician or por bottle. Sold by Ohio Co., $1.00 Coroner- - E. P. Rodgcrs. FOR FLETCHER'S gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st yoars. John O. Laws. m Drug Company. FISCAL COURT. Monday In Dccomber. of fourteen Sobelman Is tho father m Robert Davis. Moets Tuesday after first Monday County Hoard of Exnmlncrs 1919 e Scrgt. Eddlo Lee. children, four of whom rcsldo in Rus QUESTIONS ANSWERED. In January, April nnd October. E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Snndo-fu- r, Cecil Draper. sia, where ho was born July 1, 1810. AT MOONSHINERS (Pathfinder.) 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, W. S. Hill. Ho said his wlfo had nover been in Lee Klcth. WORK IN LARUE. Books Cotcr For Paper-Boun- d Routo 3. Jnn. 24 nnd 2G Common school died when she was good health and Oscar Durall. Ques. Can you givo mo a method 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- dlplomn examination. Hartford, ninety. John Crow. Ligo and Jim Warren who llvo near books may bo by which paper-covere- d er Dam. Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. his father was one Sobelman said Chester Reed. have been arrested for runstrong durable cover? Hlbcrna bound with May, 9 nnd 10 Common school 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. in Russia Sergt. Chas. C. Main. of tho few millionaires Ans. Glue to each paper cover a sheet ning moonshine stills, and have been 4th District Q. W. years ago, ago. Thirty-thre- e Rowe. Center- - Denver Dam and Fordsvlllo. years llnlln A. Ronton. slightly lcarger sentonced to pay n fine of $100 nnd of thin cardboard May 10 nnd 17 County teachers' town. Cyrus Williams. during tho time of tho severe oppresthan original covers. Cover sides serve thirty days in Jail. Tho raid mh District W. C. DauBhertr.Balzo- - examination. (White) Hartford. Dudley Evans. Jews in Itussla, Sobelman sion of tho cloth, cut to required was mado by Deputy marshal! James and back with May, 23 and town. teachers Douglas Taylor.' camo to America, after property valusize, paste on, fold down corners on C. Drewry, of Louisville, assissted by tltli examination (colored) Hartford. District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Clnrenco Gabbert. ed nt ?G5,000 which had been taken covers, gluo them In place two other rovenuo bilkers. Tho caio Inside of s' Juno, 20 nnd 21 County nnd 7lh District B. F. Rice. Fordsvlllo. Mathlns Higgs. from him by tho government. and then paste sheet of white paper was tried by Judge Evans, of Louis- 8th District B. C. m examination (whito) FordsHartRhoades. ville. Tho owners report that the over inside of each cover. vlllo. ford, Routo 5. Heartburn, indigestion or distress WILSON TODAY VISITS moonshiners claim that the influenza Juno, 27 and 28 County nnd MOTHER'S EARLY HOMK HARTFORD. of tho stomach Is instantly rclioved tell mo how to pre- epidemic is responsible for their arQues. Please state teachers' oxnmlnntloii (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. It focres tho badly di wall-papbv Herbinc. pare paste for and how to rest. Their stills had been rl scd Hnrtford. Carlisle, England, Dec. 2$ This prevent it from souring. gested food out of tho body and reClerk J. A. Howard. Ans. For for years when tho Influenza at rook July, Ohio County Institute, stores tono In the stomach an! bow- bustling railroad center, where In medium size room add to two pounds the community and they inn dp tho Pollco Judge C. M. Crowo. Hnrtford. by Ohio Coun olden times Briton and Scott often els. Price GOc. Sold E. P. Cascbier. Marshal of ordinary corn flour (wheat flour first lot for their own family, as the Sopt., 19 nnd 20 County nnd in battled for supromacy, was busy toty Drug Co. when available is as good or better) epidemic spread their business grew ROCKPORT. Stnto teachers' examination, (white) m Presiday preparing a welcome for two pounds or one quart of water and until thoy were doing such a volume Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hnrtford. dent Wilson when ho comes tomor"WEST PROVIDENCE. teaspoonful powdered of trade that the roport of their busis Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 20 nnd 27 County and girlhood homo of his row to visit the i"hii alum. Add water gradually, stirring ness success reached Louisville Pollco Judge John T. Jackson examination (colored) Ilnrt-- I Here and there tho Stars and beating throughout until smooth case has recolvcd considerable : is building a mother. Mr. Azzio Maddox Marshal Will Laugtord. ford. jiuI Stripes nam; larily in 'ho snthroughout tho state. Lame tenant house on his farm. Mr. batter is obtained. Then add one atmosphere and an occasional gallon of boiling water (make sure County Herald. Tumor wll occupy it next year. Is decorating his shop winMr. Aryls Maddox, who has been merchant that it is boiling hot) and beat the We Knockthc Spots Out of Tiringi WILL YOU ribbons. Navy, came dow with whole into smooth paste. To finish CAPTURED GERMAN In the United States Decoration, however, is not gener-i- l, paste TAKE add fow drops of oil of cloves homo Christmas. FORMER NEIGHROR for the oHlcial word has gone out to keep it from souring. Thin paste gono to Mr. Clarence Royal has that the. President declares his visit with cold water to desired consistency "Say, you look Tennessee. Ottawa, O., Jan. Tho people, "o bo purely Informal. Mrs. Ora Maddox, of Hartford, however, are making their own pre- when desired for use. like a dutchman that lived down the French Dry Cleaned and Pressed Iz i A Treafrcenl who has been visiting her brother, parations and piko from mo in Ohio once. You Superior Manner. the police force has , arc Exploded. How Mine-Mr. A. L. Maddox, went to Beaver been augmented for WEAK ain't a brother, or something, of Gus of a i cxiKV-atlvjQues, 1. How arc mines that Goecko's, aro you?" Dam to spend the holidays with her Send ns your Garmonts and Var LUNGS or The presijargo crowd tomorrow. exploded? are laid by mine-layeThem 6lstcr, MYs. Luther Render. Albert Lammcrs, who lives on a dent on arriving will be escorted past CONSUMPTION explode when ship or farm near here, prodded one of a Ans. They J. .Mr. Kenneth Maddox will build a tho old Roman wall to the Crown and CLEANED CLUAN other bodies como in contact with groupo ot German prisoners ho had residence soon. Mitre Hotel, a famous old coaching and was drivPackages called tor and uellrere. Mr. Willis Hopper Is recovering hotel, where he will be presented with them. Ques. 2. What kinds of nets captured single-hande- d A quick ifliflor thai UceJ, rundown trrllnr are used to sweep mine fields with- ing toward tho American lines a few cj(. brmoi cousbt, palm In cbrst. nlclit from an attack of measles. tho freedom of tho city and will sign consumption. K It doc High View school has been closed the city roll, which contains many fa- out exploding mines? Ans. There days before tho armistlco was sign- THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB ihacei. wrikIIlunn or nothing. Dot htlp you coil you c is no device that Willi not explode ed. on account of measles. mous names. A silver casket conA. Iva Nail, Prop. 2uK?,,a!? OHIO MEDICAL CO. they are struck in certain mines if "No. Al, I'm Gus." Mrs. It. B. Carter has a letter taining tho engrossed address of HARTFORD. KSNTCCKT. way. Ordinarily mines are swept up Lammcrs tells of tho Incident in a from her son, Hiram, who is In will be sent later to Washingby dragging long cable between two letter Just received here. Goeckc, ho France, saying ho was near enough ton. vessels. says, returned to Germany for a visit to the front to hear them send across GOOD BUSINESS OlEBSilT LEXIKGTOH, Kf Just before tho war started in 1914 n barrage every night. to TOr ft. Snfci Bulam C&cc he. Usl Sum Redemption of Liberty Bons Coupons. and was compelled to servo in tho Mrs. R. W. Maddox has receved Butlnett, Short Hand, Typ Writing and Telegraphr FOR FLETCHER'S Ques. What agencies were desig- German army. a letter from her son, Boyce, in Secured or Your Money Back ana injinmnni An ranch for ee nated by the secretary of tho treasury France, saying he had started on his 0- tmmt jf AAA P.l if you tako tbo DnniRlion Training, thu ,,..... a jt,.,.."..... mi wv men inoorwj. loa rug to pay the interest on Liberty bonds? THE RED CROSS AN1 GERMANY. iramiDK inai nusinmn ocunnsT lawrva . way home. r position. IMpioma awanld can tnko It at aillege or Uu mall. Wrlto Ans. Interest coupons when duo COLLEQr D1UUUII0.VS I'UACTIL'AL BU5I.K bicl! Ootirwofortlcnr- ?rnnirnt lluiplojmcnt. GERMANS IIA1) LIFE STORY rduch. tr nhouiifi(!a nf lurcptifni are redeemed at banks and postofll-ce- s. Several letters have, been received (trmdusU.. llfifttnanrtlm. OF YANK LIEUTENANT (.'HUM'S NEW YEARS GIFT. lrfterest on registered bonds is at Red Cross National Headquarters, ron iA!ii?H.t.n)rrthtQprr-U nnrAiminxr attending of a J vvlr 1'rlnolpal. JiU paid by cheeks sent out by treasury asking if any Red Cross money is to CMslBurJLf liotuo. Vor rtlcuUr, adJn Berne, Dec. 2S. Lieut. Henry department. Ir icsponso to our Invlta'toi for LEXINGTON, KY. R. SMITH bo used for tho benefit of Germany or Now Year gifts our old friend M. F. Lewis, Germantown, Pa., captured, tho Central Powers. found the German oillcer who quesEi E, EAR, THROAT. NOSE i Chumley sends us the following: What Is Sandalwood? Tho general manager has written a And Fitting of Glasses Simmons, Ky., Dec. 30, 1918. tioned hi in possessed amazing knowlIs circular letter to division managers, Ques. What is sandalwood? THE edge of tho American air service. Editor Republican, there a perfume made from it and If stating that in case they receive such Masonlo OWliNSBORO.KY.. 8EWINC "That fellow told me the smallest de- so where can I purchase some? Ans. Inquiries they may answer them in Templa Hartford, Ky. MACW'I Dear Sir: For my New Years tails about myself," Lewis said, "to This Is wood of any ono of several following way: OF present this is what I told my wlfo: say nothing of genoral American avia trees of the sandalwood family, native tho 'No any kind whatrelief work of QUALITY. Ho told mo my tion information. LIV-VER-LI don't want no automobile, AX to East Indies and other islands in ever is contemplated by tho American full name, tho date and place of my I don't want no diamond ring, tropical regions of Pacific. Wood Is Red Cross within the Central Powers, I left the States, when I don't want no gorgeous present, birth, tho date highly fragrant and for that reason except such ns may bo posslblo for the I arrived in France, whore I went, NOT I don't want a "doggone" thing is prized for mnnufacturo of orna- benefit of American or Allied prisonSOLD I was transferred from ono when But the Hartford Republican. mental urticles, such as glove boxes, ers, refugees and Internes." So she Is sending the wherewithal. squadron to another. Ho knew desks and etc. Perfumo is oxtraeted It is understood, ot courso,, thnt everything about mo except whether Very truly yours, OTHER from tho woojl, particularly heart of the regular field of activities of tho I liked my beefsteak rare or done. 01 M. F. Chumley. NAME. tree; this is used for toilet purposes, Red Cross will bo carried on in con- for incense, etc. Druggist or per- noctlpn with tho army of occupation. SQUARE PECS. i BRITISH TO SINK HUN WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. fumer probably can supply it. V FLAG SHIPS FLYING-REIf you nurchnso tho NKW 1IOMK you wIlV "I vant some powder." In tho morning whon the heartily Feel rfftht all tho time. Don't lay of hnvo nllfo unset nttlioprlco you pny.oud will To Renew Old Flics. "Mennen's?" hated alarm clock emits Its disagreeAmsterdam, Dec. 27 Tho British from work for days by taking calorrfr not Imvoan endless chain of repaint. " No, vinimon's." Ques. Please toll mo how to Keeps yoi able dingle, just when tho bed feols Admiralty Is prepared to tako drastic when pleasant JUu- - Vtr-La- x old fllos by means of acid. "Scented?" on your feet, whilo relieving your troub so good nnd Just when you feol tho measures against tho propagation of Quality Boll In strong soda and water "No, I vill tako It mlt mo." le. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. DonTi need of nnother half hours sleep, do Iiolshovism in that part of the fleet Ans. Considered tako anything else. You can't afTon! bnlutiou to remove grease, oil, etc., you think of your Job favorable or remaining in Gorman hands, accordit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By a then dip in bath consisting of nitric AVIATOIl OOKS it is th5 otherwise? Do you think of tho oth-- ing to a llurlln dispatch tern and relieves constipation. A natTho part and water four parts UP rtO.OOO KKBT ural remedy, natural in its actions, surf fellow who seems to have such n sinking of vessels displaying the red acid, ono Cheapest ot courso require longer in its effect and certain in results. If nlco Job at better pay? Do you make flag and tho execution of crows In- Courso files 3. Flying a IirltlHh won't bo long before Lio' Vc'Lax wil time in this bath than fine ones. Anin the end London, Jan. up your mind to look for another, n fected with Bolshevism aro threatenin evert other method is to put one and ono-ha- airplane at Ipswich yesterday, Gapt completely displaco calomel freely an more congenial Job? totuy. home.t Children can tako it ed, it is declared. pints warm water in wooden LanB established a now altitude ro- - wtfh nnrfoct Hn7tv. Rvitv ltfittln Mar Listen, young fellow, If you do feol Tho text of tho order attributed to vessel, qut in files after they havo ord, roachlng a height of 30,500 feet anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Norn K ,iiu wnut a sewing tnnchlne, wrlto for that way, your work is Irksome to tho British Admiralty reads: our Intctcitaloguo before you purchase cleaned as above, nnd add three Observer Wowors who accompanied ' genuino without tho likeness and sign you, if your oyes seek tho clock all 'Vessols under red Hag will bo been finely powdored bluo vitriol Capt. Lang, collapsed whon his oxy- turo of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by Tb New Horns Sewinc Machine Co., Orange, Mass,". day lung, and minutes drag by ltko mnk without warning. Vessels with- - ounces and threo ounces borax. Mix thoro gen hottlo broko, bat recovered. Iloth I. H. WLLUAMB. . HartforA Kr hours and hours like days, there is out ollicers will bo dealth with in nc- -' i juBt ono answer you'vo got tho cordance with tho laws of war. If a ughly and turn files to make sure the mon wero frostbltton during their mixturo comes In contact with every tllght. SkOC&UEtiulVJ an,.mr,vi. wrong job. You'ro doing somo other single man is caught propagating m Wrnits 1S&1 .M follow' work, and ho's doing yours. Holshovik ndens tho entire crow of part of them. Finally add 10 and one-haounces sulphuric acid and Tho Hun helmet Is especially X&35! "j K - fl As tho old saying goun, you aro a tho vessel will be shot." tfAzmvarr.a half an ounce vinegar. When files to protect tho nock. auea!Ww'toPSbH square peg in n rouud hole. You , w r irjr erii - .saro properly cut, dry well, rub with How wisoi That Is Just whero don't fit. So it's up to you to uitbor Chamberlain's Tablets. - 7 vi rf ZfVrjRT atY : wrap in porous paper. Germany ia gottlng it. American ?: g mU-fl- t. hunt a new hole or tie a When you ure troubled with indi- olive oil and ivj, "i.ttk m iyi Hoy. 13P in fe ?! 3 gestion or constipation, take ChamTraveling Epousos Of Soldiers. Fort punroNAt. HYC- r.. ?.'. ..rytii..g c'st f.lls. 4 They Htrengthon Your work ths work for which berlain's Tablets. Disoci!vs0 ta w .'cr i . c , I'opp Ques. Do soldiers and Bailors havo Do you get up nt night? Sunol is pero.i are fitted should bo and will be the stomach and enable It to r "h, . " ' ' ''"im. pe'vic yay the cost ot their transporta- serttly tho Imt for all ltidnsy or bladnot work but play. Twelve o'clock form its functions naturally. .Indi- to nation '.h fi... i t L,ii. ;. i (hod. . or are thoy der trniiMlag. Sanol gives relief In finkham Co. !i- - t'n yi and flv o'clock will creep upon you gnation is usually acoiiinpanled by tion out of their own ri A buidj.,r v. . .r '. . . . ' 1 vi i ,i -- . sijd you will scratch your eonallpatlM and U aggravated by It. curried free? Ans. When they ate 24 hour form all backache and bladuoawaifij iu tti t .u.y i .ti a gently ordered from en tUoa to auoui r der troubles. Snol Is a guaranteed head ana wonder wbro in the' (ill Chunbor Iain's Table's expenses are all pan) remedy. ? 1.0,0 a bottle at Ik 50o and ' on 'flto dy has fane. And the (MtuserU of. the bowel. lolkvln their travelln iiJ by I l1 "" H, 46-y- r WMa tnweiius ou to ilrus ttore. Mr ffcmuueat. ssv ntUmkiJtg yap will & to ek swajBsnpea wwiww 109 YEARS OLD long-livin- with n light heart, thinking moro of how much you nro going to accomplish than of how many mro dnys pay day. Your boss will nppcnr ns n friend not as a driver. Of courso ho wants a real dnys work from you nnd It you hnvo tho right Job ho'a going to get it nnd thnt without n grcnt deal of effort on your part. And before .you know It your boss will And you almost Indlspcnsablo and you know. tho right work Is pass-tim- e, Remember nnd its up to you to tako stock of yourself and see whero you belong. bo-fo- ro o- KENTUCKY TROOPS. DIRECTORY ' . 20. Children Cry CASTO R A State-tenchor- er 7-- 11 three-fourth- Statc-tencher- s' ua-Hci- ty i!c-lad- en Ladies' and Men's Garments 5$t OUR GERMINAL REMEDY rs FOR ONE MONTH TV wel-coi- Children Cry CASXORIA OSITIO'N av Ajiiiiio.a AS Ja-l-it -- i LaSSfe DR. J. H. THORPES USE NEW . ew For Lazy Liver an! uder the Troubles Constipation. HOME , or y. lf lf cd sa iiiA,,ra n Every Woman m life-lon- CMJia ij,:t atP W ymfSjzirjn 'yi' '. - iy t; c-- ti.- 'r-r- P.J Im M-d- -- "ylf -- i" ' ;t i rt f nkivm 'hi"' 'i''" r i ' -- !,.'"&'a.V .Jiaw-- - . ..ifcikJ.. JS.U.-1'j- .. -- fctA, i im.L . . n . Auef- - Ml,. -- - 'S8.tzB aOKiMWi-- m rS V SOLDI Kit IN KKANCE nro to bo drawn. DItOPS INTO inrv'Mi: Tho Argontlno grain quotations nro especially worthy of study ns Bhowlng Mrs. M. S. Patterson, of Olaton. tho effect of prices geographical remoteness nnd lack of ndequnto ship- has received tho following bit of rhymo from hor son, Corporal Wal-tping. Thoy havo mado matorlal Patterson, humorously reciting ns a result of pcaco. It is posslblo to ncqunlnt American Tcinporafiiro Of Oronml Water. somo of his experiences In Franco. tompoturo of ground water through chnnnols considered rollablo, Tho Waltor Borved thrco years In tho Surgeons ngrco that in cases of TrnrlcH with latitude season, ilopth, producers with recont quotations for Drulscs, Cuts, Burns and Wounds regular army, most of that tlmo In and geological conditions, says Fnrm-ot- n' certain foodstuffs and feeds abroad. tho First Treatment Is tho most Im- tho Philippine Islnnds, from which llullctln 941, "Water Systems for Tho prevailing rato ot oxchango has portant. When an efficient antisep- ho returned only last spring. Hav Homes." Ordinarily at a dopth boon observed In expressing values in tic is applied promptly, thcro Is no ing dono foreign sorvlco, ho was pt terms of United Statca curroncy. of 40 to GO feet, It la about GO from further sorvlco abroad, danger ot Infection and tho wound Franco, and Is nearly uniform throughbegins to heal at onco. For uso on but upon arriving homo, and finding in Paris lato llctail prices of straw out tho year. At lessor dopth, mnn or beast, Uorozono Is tho Ideal tho country in real war, ho enlisted and ntmosphorlc changes nro 'in Scntcmbcr ranged from S2G to $50 Antiseptic nnd Healing Agent. Duy and was sont to Franco. Hut, ns he per ton. Lucorno (alfalfa) was quot likely to affect It. Hcnco, If thcro Is It now and bo ready for nn emergen- says, gqt there a llttlo too lato to got much fluctuation In tho tompuraturo, cd at $58 to $70 per ton. Potato cy. Prlco 2Gc, 50c, $1.00 nnd $1.50. into Una of battle. or It tho water Is made turbid by rain, prices ranged from $2.22 to $3 por Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m a supply of shallow origin Is Indicat- bushel; butter from S3 cents to $1.02 Wo wero out upon tho ocean, dodged. Deep ground waters aro gener- n pound, and poultry from 40 cents LOUSE MOST DEADLY ing submarines and mines, ally progressively warmer, tho deep- to $1.82 per pound. Although tho OK ALL WAIt INSECTS And wo did nbandon ship drill about er obtnlned, the incrcaso running at fixed retail prlco of horseflesh was 17 ten thousand times. about 1 degree for each CO to CO feet cents per pound late in September, They dropt us at a seaport; perhaps (Urltlsh Wireless Service) It was sold through unauthorized increase In depth. London, Jan. 2. Of tho Insects retho name was Brest, channels for from 41 to SO cents por sponsible for tho denth or disable- Thoy ran us to a "Host camp," somo pound. Million Kiirincr.s nunc County AgriilH ment of hundreds of thousands In tho officers named in Jest; Kngland At present moro than 1,000,000 war zone, tho louso is declared au- Up a long, long trail awlndlng that Whnlcsalo milk prices in England thoritatively fanners are tucmhers of organization? never seemed to end, to have been ono of tho assisting county agents In their work. havo been placed on a scalo which most deadly and to havo accounted With a pack upon your shoulder that Through these agents tho American stipulates a prlco of 50 conts por gal- for at least a mlllon persons. would mako a mulo bend. farmer nnd his family nro now In lon between Nov. 21 and December That, however, is only a rough esMay closo personal touch with n largo 1C. After that dato and until timate, nnd tho probability Is that tho A mllo or so along tho road you rest d corps ot men nnd women 1, 1919, tho prlco Is 50 to 51 cents toll was Infinitely higher, for In Scr-vi- a your weary back, per gallon. m linked with tho Federal and Stnto nlono typhus, a louse-born- o Your splno Is like a question mark; Snlt7.crland. institutions for the promotion of Agyou wonder It don't crack. disease, Infected nearly 1,000,000 Tho fixed wholesale prlco for pota- persons and killed 500 a day In Jassy. riculture that farming pcoplo cun reaAnd when your destination's reachtoes of tho 1918 crop Is $1.74 por dily nvail themselves ot the results whllo 200 of tho 1,200 medical offi ed you lay down on the floor. proof scientific research and practical ex- bushel. Purchases from tho can- cers In tho country died from tho In a shack that nover had a window can bo mado only by the perience tho world over to aid them In ducer disease. This disease spread ovor and that never had a door. their work on tho fnrm and their tonal authorities. Uussla, Austria, Germany and the You tako your pack from off your Germany. , life in the home. Ilalkans generally. back and sadly wonder how In September peoplo wero paying Theso figures are vouched for In a You carried It on nervo and grit, when somo one hollers chow. I'licreN a Difference When A County $174 por pound for saccharine which publication prepared by Lieut. Lloyd, n few months ago sold for about $"5 who was chief entomologist In NorthHas nn Agent. Ho says: Now you havn't eaten for near a day, There was no county agent in Unn-kl- u per pound. About September 15 tho ern Ilhodcsla. "Typhus, ono of the most dreaded 'you fall in lino and there you county, Miss., last year, and tho prlco of butter In Uerlln wns $1.04 per pound and in Hamburg 98 cents epidemic diseases of man, Is-- entirely stay armors individually could not market their produce. In per pound. The fixed producers' duo to tho activities of lice. The For nn hour or moro befre you ent. fact, only ono car load of potatoes maximum prlco for potatoes during same remark applies to tho relapsing O, llfo In theNarmy is hard to beat was shipped out of tho Star during September wns 58 cents per bushel fever over tho greater portion of tho Next morning you start for tho train, world. Still a third Uiscasc,trcnch now starts tho story of pain. tho season. Conditions nt present in Ilrandcnburg nnd 52 cents in fever, has been placed to credit ot A brief description of French car, Is nro vory different. Knnkln now has Doheniin. o tho louso, and possibly oven 'now the beyond the writer's wit by far; ngent who believes In a During September meat in Bohe-m- la full extent of It's guilt Is not known." A two wheeled truck with two sldo ns is evident cooperative shipping, cost from $2.05 to $2.56 por Lieut. Lloyd, in discussing tho ty doors; holes in tho roof, cracks from this Information received by tho pound, and flour was soiling for phus outbreak at the notorious Whlt-tenbuIn tho floors; United States Department of Agri slightly mora than $1 per pound. Camp in Germany, from A plana box typo, sixteen by four, for culture: I 5 which the German doctors fled, makes thirty nino men or moro. "This year our county agent organ- Plum Jam, which formerly cost ized a cooperative club nnd looked nf-i- cents por pound retail, sold during the statemcnt,"tho Germans know, as Wo wero so closo when a word was 'Qnntntnlmr fnf tl 0?l l.rtr nntmil we do, that typhus is spread by llco, spoke, It you didn't move an arm tho marketing ot our produce Spain. and that tho cpidcmls could have been was broke. Also he gavo us information as to Kctall meat prices during Septem- cut short nnd stamped out a week treating seed nnd necessary fertilizer. This year our agent mnrkotcd 22 ber were: Hcef, 31 to 32 cents per after Its commencement by tho dis- The meals consisted of corn willy and Ono of punk, tho pack nnd tho floor curs of potatoes cooperatively for us pound, nnd lamb, 33 to 34 cents per infection ot all prisoners. mado up your bunk; anil secured tho top market price. pound. Tho retail prlco ot potatoes the fow good points about insect-bordiseases is that they aro entire- Two days of this in the sardine car, Some of the farmers of this commun- varied from $1.14 to $2.22 per bushBy a re- ly preventable, If preventive mea ity havo mado our $100 par acre. el In different' localities. and we arrived at a town called prlcc-flxin- g regulation It will be sures aro taken In time and carried HUdare, This incrcaso of 21 earn- - Is, duo to cent dlTorts of nur ngent, as we could not possible to sell "whitish" sugar for out in a thorough manner." Then came tho order for us to return; for one crack at Frits our hearts market our produce alnno nt a profit. 18 to 19 cents a pound retail. Ttll.ssln. "Mr, Iiurk's information given on did yearn. Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured Milk has been selling In Moscow by local application!, a they cannot reach But wo repeated instead the trip over the propor uso of fertilizer has been for the diseased portion of the ear. There la again, and landed In Breast in worth many dollars to mo nlono. Wo under restricted consumption only ono way to cure catarrhal deafness, over 100 bushels of seed about 19VG cents per pint bottle, nnd and that la by a constitutional remedy. a puddle of rain. have secured an more lately at considerably advanced Catarrhal Deafness the cauaed byllnlne of Needless to say wo aro waiting the v. heal through our agent." mucous condition of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube la reprices following tho romoval of chanco for somo troop ship to Inflamed you have a rumbling found or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely poke her nose out of Franco. prey, including eagles, strictions. la the result. Unless the doted, Deafncaa Tiirds of Argeiitlnn. Inflammation can bo reduced and this tube Wo shall come home in better times, liawks and owls, may he Included In restored to Its normal condition, hearing Tho Royal Commission in Argencases with nothing to dodge in subs the list ot flesh cntlng nnlnials that tina has purchased cereals for tho Al- will be destroyed forever. Many which of Is deafness are caused by catarrh, an Inflamed condition of tho mucous and mines. on tho wholo nro moro useful than Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru lies nt the following prices por bushthe blood on the mucous surfacea of the On the way over wo shall try to unharmful, becauso their chief econom- el: eyttem. ravel the mystery ot all ot this ic function Is to destroy noxious roWe v.111 AVheat, $1.50; oats, 45 cents; corn, any case ot give One Hundred Dollars for Catarrhal Deafness that cannot kind ot travel. dents. be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. CirG2 cents. Threo years In the Islands wo looked culars free All Druggists, 76c F. J. CIIENKY & CO.. Toledo, O. Although tho reports aro fragmeneach day for a ship to tako us to Controlling Codling Moth. i tary, they show by tho wide variance the U. S. A. "During tho past year biological KKANCE CANNOT DIK. In different countries how tho war Then over hero tho verdict of Fate, codling moth havo been 'studies of tho has Interfered with normal produccontinued by tho bureau of Entomo- tion or distribution ot food, and In If France Is dying, sho dies as day was we airttcd a Uttfe too lato . logy, United States Department ot some cases both. The European In tho splendor of noon, sun- Pleurisy Pains aro located Just beAgriculture. Also much experimen- prices for tho most part clearly reflect If Franco Is dying, thon.youth is gray low' the short ribs. Lumbago effects tal work, bearing upon various practi- tho shortage of ' foods, but In aurcolcd. the same region but toward tho back. cal points In control ot this serious cases of regulation, as for instance, And stool Is soft and flame is cold. Ballard's Snow Liniment Is tho remepest has been dono in various ortho English milk schedule, an arti- France cannot die! France cannot dy in either case. If rubbod In thorchards. In cooperation with tho ficial factor is introduced which must dio! oughly it easOfi pain, relaxes the musColorado Agricultural Experiment bo understood if nccurato conclusions cles and the patient can movo about Station, in tho Grand Vnlley of CoIf Franco Is dying, sho docs ns love freely and comfortably. Prico 25c, havo chlld-to-blorado, Hpraylng experiments When a mother dreams hor 50c and $1.00 por bottle. Sold by Indicated that a schedule of bIx apm Ohio County Drug Co. plications of arsenate of lead, at tho If Franco Is dying, then God above Si prorato of four pounds of powdered Died with his son upon tho tree. COW HAS QUADRUPLETS. duct to 200 gallons of water, with France cannot dio! France cannot flsh-o- ll the addition ot 4 pounds of dio! Adelo, Ga., Jan. 4. A cow benoap, will make un cffectlvo treatlonging to Albert Wood, near hero, valloy. ment for the orchards In that It Franco Is dying, true munUiuJ blow at tho high cost of beef by giv-hdies, Just landed a sledgo-hammFreedom nnd Justice all gcMur. lng birth to four When locating tho woll. tho directhings. tion of surface and underground calves, which glvo every sign of arIf Franco Is dying, then llfo woro wise riving at boefsteak period In a year dralnago should bo considered, to tho To borrow of Death such Immor- or so. end that tho water supply may not by tho sink drain, tal wings. ho contaminated Franco ennnot dio! Franco caniu.t cesspool, or other sources of filth. die! 3l Farm Department Children Cry for Fletcher's co or aaaaaaaaWsaflF mm sasa. saaaaaaaaaatasv ,k sK H W k. W Ibe Kind soa-fion- .il Its infancy. you Jn th All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good- s0 CjjCZrj- in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per-BOnal suPervlslon since All0Vf no one t0 dccdve You Have Always Bought, and which has been Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty year3 it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, , wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. arising-therefrom- What is CASTORSA wcll-lralnc- GENUINE CASTOR I A Bcars the Signatu ALWAY! i3 CZ&X ZcUcAisi In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THS CMTUS COfNV, HIWVOKK CITV. 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We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can You are assured of receiving secure elsewhere. a tatUfactor? sweet tontd durable hlch grade prices that tare you upwards o' $160.00 at plane but after 30 day ot trial, you can begin psymeni on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a plaao manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without mltsirig fhe money. -- ,, . OUsTVK You pay no cash down, Every Btarck Piano H guaranteed for 25 years. Thia guarantee has back o! it our 3& years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd-Ha- nd largalnt a large number ot slightly used We have constantly on hand 50 Fraa Musia Lessons Td every purchaser of Etarck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own home. by mail. This represents one year's free instruction. pisnos of all and second-hanstandard makes taken in exchange tor 'new Starck Pianos The followand Player-Pianoing are a few sample bargains i , Weber Stelnway Cbickering Kimball Starck Send (or our second-han- $110.00 92.00 80.00 85.00 195.00 litest complete bargain llet. am Btarck Player-Pianthe best and most beautiful Fl.ver Piuu on the i'ou win oe & market lighted with the many exclusive feature ot these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at wWcn iuvj van uv Bccurva. MaycfMaMt Plana P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1848 SUrok Bid., CHICAGO I Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which give you large amount of Informs, tion regarding piano. This book will interest and please you. Write today. loak Frtv o. FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of AH , Kinds Call on The Rer ublican. as .t Meat Substitute. A pound of cheeso supplies moro than twice as much energy as a pound of fowl or round steak and almost twice us much protein as tho same amount of fowl or hanr. It Is, pound for pound, moro nourishing than nnd meat. Why, theroforo. do wo not uso It us a substltuto for meat? , Aornriiiiu' to tho Department of Agricujturo, wo do not approciato tho value of cheese as a food; wo think It Is Indigestible. Yet moro than HO per cent of tho protein of cheeso is digested nnd 90 por cont ot its energy Is available For this ono reason nlono it should form an Important pnrt of tho dally faro. When cooked It Is as easily digested as any other article of dlot. l'OHEION IMHOKS. m Stop That Cured At A Cost Of 25 Cents. CASTOR l A For Infants and Children Headache! It's Stopping Your Work Use "Eight years ago when wo first moved to Mattoon, I was a great suf- foror from Indigestion and constipation," writes Sirs. Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111. "I had froquont nend-ache- s and dizzy spells, and there was a feeling llko a heavy weight pressing on my stomach and chest all tho time. I felt miserable, Every morsel of food distressed mo. I could not rest at night and felt tired and worn out all the time. Ono bottle ot Cham berlain's Tablets cured mo mil I havo slnco felt llko a different person." m "We have been married ton years In Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature ZC&&&&L THK KKAVK DOGS OF WAIt. stances where dogs, after receiving mortal wounds havo dragged painfully along for hours to bring their messages. One ot tho ndmlrnblo qualities of these trained dogs is the serlousntfss with which they tako and execute dangerous missions. ' A well trained Red Cross dog will not bo sworvod from his business from hunger, or pain, oboys only his officer, and works to tho point ot exhaustion unless ofilctally relieved. Instances havo nover been wanting to prove that tho Creator made no mlstako whon ho mado a dog; but this war brings out tho act moro clearly. fa-tlg- I53S0 'OO jxlwl 3UMd vsn uonn3 n,l iii worn not tdoiv 3U.IUM j3',U u.u?JS JUJ ! H3,rV.I-ViaX- pw pio"nidg MVIHH3UI I ogwo,i-vitn;n- '3 9 '3 j pU, For Any Ache or Pain. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL, .CO., Elkhart, Ind, i without an argument." "That's right. Let her havo hor own way. Don't nrguo." Dostou Transcript. s Issu-.- d Tho Food Adminibtratlon has the following statomont: From Information recolvod by tho United States Food Administration id ri,i I, I When ou navo Dackacho tho liver or kidneys are sure to bo out ot gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for the liver, kidneys nnd bladdor A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Get It r nt tho drug store 46-y- A certain fox terrier on tho firing Get the Genuine lino In Franco has a record of having and Avoid pBLflB sk wass. saved 1G0 lives, nil fighting mon, says Waste asT tho North Dakota Banner. Thero aro lo many other dogs In Franco with g records on tho bat tle fields. A regiment could bo mado Evory Ca up of soldlors saved by dogs that havo run tho gauntlet of tiro to hunt for wounded aud bring strouchor boarors to thorn. uuim nunc & CO. Theso dogs ot war carried messages LOUISVILLE, KY.. U.nblihcJ la 1837 through zones ot flro from trench to tronch, rushing from cover to covor, ', liberal assortment vaiU9 pain Jtt "aKTaFwatsahjaV Jti but always going truo to command oad lull and bringing tho meiiHagos, If not taw FURS Ullod in tho attumpt. Thcro aro la- hon-orabllfo-suvln- :K7an IWVaflB ' si33rqns)K!lduVoar)ooo'oe 'in uji roidtui)oia OUO'II monmisni pJOj00u'uC HU009 'sWdOOZt J3A0 pnatt oqi uouiou pun aora injssoo -- ons losnucsnoiii io spojnuntr K( osn uj bj i "epaou jiio.C qooui o opuui 'jaioAmiu uopsonb jrsjoAiun u 'jotpuoj Sin --- (pjvv i"i!ii) uuiwoIi;r P" aviflDaa ,r "aziif uuvaa jtip xxv UJi-Tu wj AHVNOIXDia rgSfv10 IVNOIlVNtiaiNI M3K tsjoons pua Vbwpuji jno 9SV9JJUI od umtupj tpq sum) Jim spsoM 'Mfcav jo' li )Oip jockI lr mmsm ja Suiuxls u tucan SupsBUvqau ;tu;va J gjrtsu) c jCuiivioddo Jno t pua uoiiipmuojj &! M W w ijpmgwj'l 5 loj;yff;rfci't-'i"i'"'''-i""''s!- r I 1 Nothing Reserved Except Groceries, Automobiles, Tractors, Farming Implements and Accessories. Subject to a 10 Per Cent Reduction. Everything Else Watch For The Red Tags., Red Tags Meati Oig Bargains. This is to remind you that the bars arc downvand the lids off, and that a rich harvest of good merchandise at bargain prices will greet you every day during our BIG LOOM END SALE. Besides THOUSANDS of YARDS of LOOM END CALICOES, PERCALS, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS, WHITE GOODS, SUITINGS, FANCY SATEENS, SILKS, VOILS, SCRIMS, &c, every remnant and every odd lot from every department will be out on tables at money saving prices. Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks, Dresses, Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Mackanaws will be offered at prices that will make a clean sweep of the entire stock. There has never been a more opportune time to buy merchandise than now. Spring merchandise in almost every instance will be higher now than it was before the war ended. The world must be clothed largely from our supply and still higher prices may be expected. Lower prices on merchandise may be several years in adjustment. Supply every necessity during the big sale. Peace conditions impose duties and responsibilities no less important than war. Be on hand the first day of this sale and every day thereafter until every necessity is provided. Use your savings oh purchases to swell your subscription to feed and clothe the war stricken across the sea. Clothing Department. Some extra Bpeclal prices on small sizes in good suits. Sizes S3 and 34. Regular reduction on all heavy weight Winter Suits, and 10 per cent off, ot everything in this department. EXTRA SPECIALS $12.50 518.00 $22.00 $25.00 and and and and $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $24.00 Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Loom Loom Loom Loom SIZES .IS AND End Price End Price. End Price End Prico . Ready to Wear Department. The prices below meiin a clean sweep ot this department. Tho early buyers will be ablo to make the host selections. $15.00 Ladies' Suits. Loom End Price $ 0.05 $25.00 Ladies' Suits. Loom End Price. . .' 14.05 ". 10.0." $30.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Prico $35.00 Ladies' Suits. Loom End Price' 22.05 $45.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Prico 25.05 $50.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Prices 20.05 $60.00 Ladies' Suits. Loom End Price $75.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Price 85.05 15.05 Loom End Department. Thousands of yards of Loom End Calicoes, Imperfect In printing; short lengths. Best Calico y Is worth 25c per yard. Loom End Price per yard to-da- He Thousands 4. 9 C..05 10.45 liUS 10.15 yards of Loom End Porcal, slightly imporfect In printing; short lengths. Host Pcrcals worth 40c per yard. Loom End Price per yard Lot ot high grado Outings, solid colors and fancies, worth 35c per yard. Loom End Price per yard. ; of 1 5c regular $15.00 Men's .$18.00 Men's $22.00 Men's $25.00 Men's $30.00 Men's $32010 Men's $40.00 Men's Suits, Suits. Suits. Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Loom End Prico sizes. $11.05 12.05 15.05 18.05 . 21.05 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $45.00 $50.00 Ladies' Cloaks. Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Prico Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladies' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Prico Ludles' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Prico Ladles' Cloaks, Loom End Price Ladles' Suits, Loom End Price Ladies' Cloaks, Loom End Price S 8.05 1 Lot of Loom End Dross Ginghams. Porfcct goods, good quality nnd good paltorns. A rogulnr 35c por yard value. Loom End Prico per yard Lot of Staple Checked Ginghams, a regular 30c par yard value. Loom End Prico per yard Lot of High Grado Dress Ginghams, full pieces, Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Prico Loom End Price Loom End Price , ;. . ... 20.05 KJJ.05 Men's Overcoats. $22.00 Men's $25.00 Men's $28.00 Men's $32.00'Men's $45.00 Men's Overcoat, Loom End Price Overcoats, Loom End Price Overcoats, Loom End Price Overcoats, Loom End Price Overcoats, Loom End Price KXTKA SPECIALS. $15.00 Men's Mackanaw Coats, Loom End Trice $12.00 Men's Overcoats, Loom End Prico $10.00 Men's Overcoats, Loom End Price $0.50 Men's Raincoats. Loom End Prico $8.00 Men ' Raincoats, Loom End Price $12.00 Men's Raincoats, Loom End Prico $1S.00 Men's Raincoats, Loom End Price 9 0.15 O.05 .... 17.75 10.75 21.75 10.05 12.05 IS. 05 15.05 17.05 10.05 22.05 25.05 20.05 K5.0.V 1 1 1 Loom End Price per yard Lot of 32 Inches wide, fancy Plaid Suitings, a regular 35c por yard value Loom End l'rico per yard Lot ot Dark Blue Everett Cheviots, standard quality and width, a regular 35c per yard value. Loom End Price m, per yard Lot of C. A. S. Percals, Loom Ends, perfect goods, Lights, Reds, Blues and Grays. A regular 25c per yard value. Loom End Price per yard lar 40c per yard value. our regu- .21c 1 I 24.75 ilt.75 Ladies' Dresses. 512.00 $15.00 $20.00 $22.00 $25.00 $30.00 ....,...' 8.05 Ladles' Ladies' Ladles' Ladies' Ladles' Ladles' Dresses, Dresses. Dressos. Dresses. Dresses, Dressos, Loom End Price Loom End Prico .Loom End Prices Loom End Price Loom End Prico Loom End Price $ 8.05 1 1.05 15.05 18.05 20.05 21.05 1 1 Lot of Dark Ground Foulards, with polka 10c per yard value. Loom End Prico Lot of yard-wld- o Sattcen, black grounds, ilowcrs. A regular 50c por yard value. per yard dots. A regular por yard with largo, fancy Loom End Prico r Lot 1 of yard-wid- e. 4.45 .". 5.15 7.75 12.75 $2.00 $3.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.00 . Children's Cloaks. 2 In lar 50c per yard value yard-wld- Lot ot o OYinr Old. End End End End End Prico Prico Price Pi ice Prico $1.05 2.-1- regular yard 1 COc Silk Ginghams, in fancy plaids. A reguLoom End Price por ynrd solfo striped Silks, 6 good shades. A por yard value. Loom End Prico per Boys' Overcoats. I to 8 Yuis Old. .$1.0.1 5.0.1 Children's Children's Children's Children's Children's Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks. Cloaks, Clonks, Loom Loom Loom Loom Loom :J.75 4.25 4.50 1 fancy figured Silks, a regular COc por Lot of yard-wld- o yard value. Loom End Prico per yard heavy corded Skirting Silks, n regular Lot of yard-wid- e $1.75 por yard value. Loom End Prico per yard Mfants; KLy Iff give $7.50 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price. . $0.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price. 12 to 18 Years Old. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS Aro.s 7 to 11 Yours. Old. White Quilts. $.-1- $8.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price $10.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price $12.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price $10.00 Hoys' Mackanaw Coats, Loom End Price C Hoys' Moon Brand Slickers, ages 8 to 1G years old. regular $3.00 grade. To clean them out $(1.00 8.00 0.00 $7.00 Our $1.00 $4.50 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Prico $C00 Children's Cloaks. Loom End Price $7.50 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Price $S,00 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Prico $9.00 Children's Cloak:), Loom End Prico $10.00 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Price $15.00 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Price 4.50 5.75 .. '. . . (1.00 ; 0.75 7.50 0.05 Ladies' Raincoats. Sweater Specials. Men's nnd Hoys' ?1 25 and $1.50 Gray Sweaters, Loom End 05c Prinu $0.50 Men's Khaki Sweaters, Loom End Price $1.05 $7.00 Men's Ropo Sweaters, Loom End Price $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 Ladies' Raincoats, Loom End Prico '. '. . Ladles' Raincoats, Loom End l'rico Ladles' Raincoats, Loom End Price Ladles' Raincoats, Loom Eml Prfce .$2.05 a.l)3 4.05 5.05 Somo cut corners, somo square $1.50 White Quilts, Loom Eiyl Prico $2.00 Whlto Quilts. Loom End Prico $2.25 White Quilts, Loom End Prico '$2.50 White Quilts, Loom End Prico $3.00 White Quilts, Loom End Prico $3.50 White Quilts, Loom End Prico $4.00 Whlto Quilts, Loom End Price $4.50 White Quilts, Loom End Prico $5.00 Whlto Quilts, Loom End Prico $7.00 Whlto Quilts, Loom End Prico I '. P fV ' $1.25 1.05 1.85 2.00 ; ".no :j.0O 3.50 :u)5 .1.25 5.05 Table Linens. 50c por yard Taolo LInons, Loom End Price por yard .J5o 8Cc per yard Tablo LInons, Loom End Prico per yard (55c $1.00 por yard Tablo Linens, Loom End Price per yard. .Kin $1.75 per yard all llnon Tablo LInuons, Loom End Prico por .' yard $1.25 $2.25 por yard all linen Tablo Linens, Loom End Prico por yard $1.05 $3.00 per yard all lluun Table LInons, Loom End Prico per yard . . $2.50 Children's Raincoats. Protect tho kiddles from $3.00 Children's Ruineoats, $3.50 Children's Raincoats, $4.00 Children's Raincoats, $5.00 Children's Ralncouts, $6.00 Children's Raincoats. tho spring rains nt a very small cost. Loom Loom Loom Loom Loom End Prico ...... Blankets. $9.00 Regular Blankets, Loom End Price $12.50 Regular Ulaukets, Loom End Price $13.75 Regular Blankets, Loom End Prico $0.15 8.45 0.05 End Price End Price End Prico End Prico $1.75 2.45 2.75 3.75 K.05 E P. BARNES & BROTH R Mmf KENTUCKY. - r.jvtji.r y.'4 mrBia flfrjrejityj:rrra.j -'- . 4... ...-- i n ipmhi u " mailing u""fiv mrvxscvwwfWiB . a 'np .flri.ia um. WH flnWTYSJHra.TffWI wl tkv r..3 w,. .i ub ui 1r i iim j j wwwn rvvnra vnw m mta w .. rr J .!.. .. - L itiwftif X . . " MMWMWl,rv,tfii L. w-- '" ' ( ,- "jlii!"- ' ' "'I'-- T" J ""''j-""- 'i""" J I I m n HI . n urn " III. I