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THIRTY-FOUR Jtetftrrft lkpMicm DEVOTIil) TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE' PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAETFOED, OHIO COUNTY, ICY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 919. I No, 29 r new mediate departments will go to Howlhas handled a amnll purchase for the ATTORNEY WILL CORRECT ,,.,... mm n.i ii v hut. like Mr. Leo. has A VERY LOOSE PltACTH !; Till: REPUBLICAN ing Qrcen to enter school there as TOHACCG PRICES HIGHER soon as school horo closes. Mr. Rayfor spaco. Mr boon handicapped It Is our purpose to make tho mond Calvert, the Janitor of tho ON KENTUCKY MARKETS LINE Leo Is alHO handling somo tobacco nt A rather loose odlclal practlco SWING INTO hnH obtained In handling liquors ford Republican distinctively a local school has resigned nnd Messrs. Hnn-coc- k Fordsvllle, hut no purchases on a It Is our desire to devote and Ilauso havo been hired to inrirn urnln are bolnir mndo anywhere 'taken from tho owner, who was nl- - uowspapor. county. The fnnnors of Ohlo'lcged to have It In his possession for tho largest possible space each weok tako his place. In tho National Prohibition Now and DavloM countlo. lmvo formed a' unlawful use will bo corrected by mi to Ohio county news. With this ob- - Wo earnestly urge those who are Owensboro Market Shows A " Small Advance In pool with about seven million pounds action to bo takeu by attorney M. L. Jectivo in view wo want to undertake intending to take up tho Normal Sure To Become pledged, nnd if this pool Is sold soon Ilenvrln, In a caso involving tho con- - a sorlos of brief histories of tho old work to enter as soon as possible. Week A Law It is probable prices for tlio remainder flscatlon of two quarts of whisky be- - churches, lodges and towns of tho ROILED down. longing to Hoy Shults, of Rockport. county. We can niako this routine of the crop will advance. We nro not an authority on tobacco pricas, but The facts In the cane, as brought out a succoss only through the Oivcnsboro Market. Theodore Roosevelt's estats Is said fnneonl, N. II.. Jan. 15 Ratlfl-l.- n e bellove tho farmers will lose noth-- j In n trial of Shults In county court lion of the members of the lodges 525,000 pounds of prior sold TuesSoptem- - and churches and the citizens of the to be about $500,000. Sometime In Fedornl prohibits 'i lug by holding their tobacco for the Monday, nro: uf thi" day at an ifVerage prlco of $14.00 a. bor tho negro Shults, .a miner, was town, wo siiouid like to huvo tt I i mllMFIIt lu iitv Itampihlri VJlS present. The annual fire losfl In the United hundred. It brought the grower negro and number of those articles ready IWoi.i Sen-boarding with another d tcdny vhen the Stall i up $7S,S2G. A 300 pound basket o I li- States is $250,000,000. alopt In a house a Httlo removed from wo begin the serial publication. Hi to 4. vntod In favor of the ASSESSMENT COMPLETED. burloy brought I $75 a hundred man with whom formation wo want of tho churches is Miihodylng It. Tho Uouso the residence of tho pounds. Ono of the biggest rushes The distillers have organized a Complaint was ho date of organization, a list as com tlic revolution earlier in tho Dlllh ho was boarding. County Tax Commissioner legal status ot the entire season is on nt this mar-- j Ward has about complotod tho assess- - made to Mnrshal Lankford, of Itock- - plote as possible of their pastors and inovoment to fight the of the unt(onal prohibition legisla- ket. - prominent members, successive bullet-anN meat of the property of the county, port, that oxccsslvo drinking was goLexington. tion, and are prepared to spend a Chicago, Jan. 15. Within twenty-- t tho total assessment will run to lug on about tho sleeping room of lugs, nnd any such other matter as 1.6S0.000 was sold Tuesdny for tho million dollars fighting It in the ir hours and possibly sooner, tho nearly ten million dollars. This is' Shults, and the mnrshal procured i would bo of public interest. We highest price ever paid on tho local I Mlcd States will have voted dry by more than $3,000,000 larger than search warrant and found two quarts shall bo pleased to hnvo tho present courts. market. Tobacco being brought to pastors undortako to furnish us this ..'.Ion of thi Legislatures of thirty-m- x any former assessment. Tho State of whisky In the shack. The Marshal market by wagon for a distance of A permanent night guard will be Wo shall want to use, States which constitute tho 75 pur Tax Commission set ten millions for took charge of the whisky and Information. 35 miles. Ono crop sold at an aver"it necessary to road tho prohibition Ohio county, and notified tho conn- -' brough It to Hartford and delivered It where practical, cuts of the church stationed at tho grave of age ot S4 cents and another at IC8.15. Roosevelt. li.'o the Constitution. ty commissioner that this sum must! to the sheriff. At Shult's trial Mon edifices as woll as present or past Howling Green T'p to 2 o'clock this nftomoou tho be returned or the State commission day, Mr. Ilnavrin. representing him, pastors whoro the cuts can be furnish-woul- d Three hundred and thlrty-fiv- o D. Hlnes has been appointWalked Legislatures of thirty-thre- e States ralso the county by a per ecu- -' Inquired whnt disposition had been ed. Or the lodges, we should want, thousand pounds sol'd at prices rangTho tnge addition, to that sum. In or-- 1 made of the, whisky and tho sheriff tho date of organization, Its provi- ed Director General of railroads to ing: Leaf, $11 to $23; lugs, bad ratified tho amendment. $9 to succeed Director McAdoo. Mr. Hlnes wcro der that tho bunion of taxation reported It had been confiscated. lt,nent officers and members and etc. States which ratified $28.50; trash, $C to $15. City appears that tho whisky had been des-- 1 A history of tho town and villages is a native of RusselKIlle, Ky. ( olorudo, Oregon and Iowa. might bo equitably distributed nc- crowded with tobacco. Tho States which havo ratified the cording to property values, Mr. Ward' troyed before Shults had been ar- - should give tho date of their settle-ha- s HopkinsvUlc. Attorney General, T. W. Gregory upon the chargo of having it In iment or Incorporation, together with Arlzoun, amendment are: Alabama, labored energetically to reach rested on Offerings market 300,000 'appropriate montlon of the business has resigned from President Wilson's possession for tho purpose of sale, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Dela- tho minimum figures the State 1 pounds, and prices ranged from $12 ware, Illinois, Iowa, Florida, Georgia, mission had fixed for the county. Mr. ii"'10 law provides that after tho con- - men who havo contributed to build-Wa- cabinet, his resignation to be effec- to $31. Prices holding firm and of4. Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, may havo made some mistakes, ! vlctlon of a person charged with 1- lng up tho town, and the present busl- - tive March ferings large. we nope our Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massa- btit ho has labored faithfully to nron- - "ugaiiy Having liquor in nis posses- - noss uevciopemenis. ... .. The World Peace Conference met chusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Mon- erlv perform his duties and deserves 8'on for t,u' purpose of sale the court friends who arc In position to do so BOMB MARKET QUOTATIONS at Versailles Sunday, with representatana, North Dakota, North Carolina, much credit for his tireless Industry "hnH enter an order, directing tho will immediately take up this matter sheriff, or other olncer having it in and communicate with us In regard tives of the four great powers, EngOregon, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Caro- and honest effort. We offer our readers somo promis land, France, America and Italy, charge, to destroy It, but until tho to It. With tho proper lina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texan. cuous market quotations, on various owner is convicteti me liquor is pri- - wo can mane mis noi oniy an lnier- - sitting. Virginia, Washington and West Vir- MONUMENT COMM1TTKK articles affecting both their selling ginia. AXI) ORGAXIZES vnto property, and may not bo taken estlng news feature, but proscrve uso- MEETS Land buying interests. The President is planning to have from him without duo process of ful information for future genera- one Utah nnd In Nebraska Cotton mnrket Cotton prices are all the American troops home by AuWo have no defense to offer for tious. h"UM' of the Legislature acted fu- Tho committee', recently annotated lwshowing weaker, and may continue gust ot the present year. nMy on tho amendment yesterday bvJud:e Mack Cook, to havo charge, oven the legal use of liquors, but, a downward tendency. Lower prices SOME OLD HKIRLOOM. f the erection of n suitable monu- -' ovcry citizen Is entitled to legal pro nd final action was fixed for for jotton and cotton goods may now It is said that by the close of next reasonably bo expected. ir the other. inont to our soldier boys who gave lection of his property rights, whether New York Sunday afternoon we dropped In week tho necessary two thirds ot tho cotton prices are now In Colorado yesterday the Senato ' diolr lives in Europe for tho prescrva- - It ls invested in liquor or nucrt around 25 1 r the llfth time voted favorably on t;oll r the liberty of tho world. metlUonls a,"l Ul proceedings In this for a neighborly chat with our friend, states will have ratified the national cents fof March delivery. Somo ' amendment, adopting the Houso Judgo Cook's olllco, Friday, nnd!casl will iut the officers on their .Judge John IJ. Wilson, and while be- - prohibition amendment. months ago it was ten to thirteen aThe offer-ton solution on second roadlng. an organization by electing ' Kuard In handling such cases, hvon lng doligntfully entertained by tho cents higher. ROOMS. RED CROSS ll ft Vn up Judge J. S. Glenn, chairman. J. II Mm llniini. iiano tula OWillt- - rfftltc tv.w uImlirn till 11 J nvinllnnt M(fn (JIIVIII HMO cnliwi It t U?U lityV UIU lllUUi hlrcl and final reading camo UiC Llvo Stock Best butcher cattlo in Judgo showed us through his curiosi The Senate had previously, Thomos, secretary, and C. O. Huntorllw Iliust respect ti day Tho ladies havo been busy at the good demand, but common ''grades-movinty shop. The Judge has a com m en slowly, at lower prices. A(!A1X. 'LU dablo inclination to gather together Red Cross rooms this week, having Pri in o steers $15.00 to $16.50, heavy atlon resolution which was not con- - ,he committee are Judge Mack Cook' worked each afternoon. They aro the quaint and curious that link the t ,.rrent with the- - one adopted by tho and A. C. Porter. The committee shippers $13.00 and $14.00, fat Just when the people of this coun past to tho present. His collection making pajamas. They aro working heifers $8.01) to $12.50, fat cows $9 I ouso hold an informal dlsciihslon of the up some material that had formerly A writ issued by the Superior court character of work to bo ordered, but ty were congratulating themselves ( of Indian relics is the largest and been sent to the Indies at Rockport, to $11.00, medium $7.50 to $9.00, San Francisco was served on tho arrived nt no definite conclusion as over the passing of the influenza most Interesting wo havo seen out of .they had not been able to cholco milk cows $100 to $135, medibattle but which Governor of California yesterday, ro- - to the clmractcr'or cost of tho work. epidemic tho disease Is breaking out a museum. Tomniyhawks, work on account of the Influenza epi- um G5 to $100, common $45 to $60. 6 -- .lining him from certifying to thV-rhcommittee, will meet February again on a largo scale. There are i'axes, mortars n.W pestles, and In fact demic. Tho ladles hero are not ad Calves Market weak and $1.00 reported to be more than ono hun- pretty mucn every fjiono lpstrument Secretary of State at Washington tho , at 1:00 o'clock p. in., and will thoy will bo furnished further lower. Best veals $14.50 to $15, vised If ratification of the nmlnu designs for the work, of those dred cases In and around Heaver Dam used by primitive Americans. To us work later. medium $8.50 to $14.50, common The school, and protracted meeting, the most notable of bis Indian relics amendment. present thorn. who enro to $6.50 to $8.50. Western States whose Legislatures Tho money for tho payment of the at that place have been closed, and was the treasure pot and its shell SERVICES TO HE HELD Hogs Undertone weak, and only ara In session, but which have not monument will bo collected by popu-y- every possible precaution is being money. The pot was moulded of Best" TO HONOR ROOSEVELT top hogs hold tho market. ratified the amendment, follow: hir subscription, but tho committee taken against a further spread of tho clay and flint chips and afterward hogs 150 pounds and up, $17.10, I tab, Nuw Mexico, Wyoming. MInne-v- i not begin soliciting subscriptions disease. Klghtccn cases are report- baked. It, while In a plastic state, New York, Jan. 13 Friends of pigs, $13.75 to $14.75. Throwout sota, Wisconsin. Nebraska nnd Mis-'t- o tho fund until a design has boon ed In tho neighborhood of Sunnydalc. was moulded by hand and tho finger Col. Theodore Roosevelt have united $14 down. Big run at all other marourl. The amendment will bo sub- - selected and tho cost determined. It A fresh outbreak ls reported near prints of tho moulder are plainly visi- In urging the governors of all the kets. rolttcd to nil or them nnd Nevada, , will sny, however, it hopes to havo Fordsvllle, and additional cases are ble. The shell money is peculiarly States officially to suggest that all Sheep steady. Market Best whore the Legislature meets next the fund made up by a largb number reported about Roslne, Horse Branch shaped, nnd each pleco had a hole in proposed memorial services in honor sheep $8.50 and $9.00. Bucks $7 From various parts the center for the purpose of string of tho Monday. The Wisconsin Senate al - 0f contributors, n careful record of and Renfrew. Best lambs $15.00 and be held slmultano- - aud down roady ratified. which will be kept by the permanent of the county come reports of Isolated ing it. usly February. 9, the date of the pro- $15.50, seconds $10.00 to $14.00, Tho Judgo nnd his wife have a posed memorial service in Congress. Culls $8 to $10. Good demand for committee, charged with the duty of cases, and there seems good reason to SO.MK 1'UNHIXS. fear the now conflagration may again number of heirlooms of ancient or This request, tolegrnphed to tho vari choice offerings. caring for tho monument. sweep over tho county with reuowed igin. Mrs. Wilson has a darning ous Governors, was signed by Wil- " Corn $1.30. Soft roads and conforce. Fortunately fow cases of gourd, eggshaped, that has been in liam H. Tnft, Cardinal Mr. C. R. Taylor who lives on the OI.DKST TKACIIKU OIKS . Gibbons, gested railway traffic tending toward pneumonia havo developed, and only tho family for more than a century. homas Hrothors' farm, Just below Franklin K. Lane, Senator John higher prices. r0v. Willis Oreone Stewart, Ohio n few deaths havo occurod from tho Tho Judgo's fnther wus a ministcr.and Sharp Wllianis. Senator George E Produce Butter country 34 to 36. iAU srow nnd marketed $300 worth " Wk . ho has tho hymn book the preacher jipklns last season. Although county's oldest teacher, died at his renewed violence of the di Eggs Candled 54 to 57 ped doz. Chamhorlaln, ot Oregon; Senator used a contury ago. Mrs. Wilson has Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massachu farmers, and especially thoso home, noar Roslne, Monday. Ho Fresh outbreaks in other parts! Poultry lions 20 to 24, roosters, a tea cup that has been in her family setts; Senator James W. Wadsworth, 14 to 15, ducks, 20 to 22, turkeys, ) '" rtl llVor bott0"18', ralw was 81 years old, nnd died of senll- -' county aro roportcd, and tho fu, for more than a hundred years. Thoy Jr., of Now York; Senator William 28 to 30, geese, 10 to 15. iklns, fow people think of tho ty. Ho was a local minister of tho course of the epidemic ls an unknot have also a number of books that M. Caldor, of New York; Senator tfvly pumpkin as a cash crop, but Mr. Methodist Mr. church. Stowart quantity. Uvcro printed many years boforo tho MARRIAGE LICENSE "t.ylor turned this crop to account. adopted teaching as a profession when Hiram Johnson, of California; SenatMISSUS T1IK RKl'UllLICAX. oldest of the generation now living, or-elect I!e sold them whercever he could find a young man, and was one of the Medlll McCortnick, ot Illiwaa born. Only a half dozen Ohio county purchaser, but most of thorn were fow men in tho county to make teach nois; Champ Clark, Thomas A. EdiA Hartford citizen who is spending marketed at the mines. ing a llfo work. Ho taught In tho son, Charles E. Hughes, Oscar S. couples havo gotten married In tho AVITI1 THE OIL WELLS. past two wceltB. Thoro Is usually a public schools of tho county for tl10 wllltcr ,u a remote part of tho Straus, termor Secretary of tho ( lllLI)Hi:. RUN AWAY. nearly fifty years, Ho tnucht In ona'st0' misses tho Republican, accord- R. Garflold, John Mitch- lull In tho marlaga license markot James to a ltter wrltton n friend horo, Whllo developments of tho Ohio ell nnd Julius Holz. after tho Christmas holidays, and this reg-1'district. Mt. Pleasant, thirty-fiv- e - lar school terms, making n record "a fcw (,a's gentloman county oil field has been undertaken The aBOThe thirteen years old twin chllTho suggestion has the npprovai, year is no exception. Roy J. Williams 27, Reaver Dam, "Now I wunt you to write mo at Sulphur Springs nnd Olnton recent- tho tolograpi states of Col. Rooso-volt- 's dreu of Justlco Matthews, who had for n slnglo district never boforo to Grace A. Shults 23, Prentiss. boon living with Ksquiro John Ora - ' proached In tho county. laB letter and tell mo nll,tt news ly, so far Httlo oncouragement 13 in Uncle Wlll-!- a famllyT Clydo Smith 21, Balzotown, to ' sight for either tho prospectors or ham, at Narrows, ran away n fow u Qrcen was ono of tho best of Ohlo!tl,at has Imppeued slnco wol Claudlo Ilalzo 21, Hartford, R. 7. lays ugp. and camo to tho Almshouse, county's citizen's and has gono, let want you to give 'i nomas ana .....o tho land ownors. Tho well at Olaton NEGRO ACQUITTED a balling out for mo. When I was nt has been abandoned as a dry hole, Everett Keown 19, Fordsvlllo, to whero tholr parents nro staying, ub hope, to a Just reward. homo and could hear tho news they and tho machinery moved away. Tho MatthowH and his cutlro family were Roy Shults, a negro, was tried In Muhlo Midkiff 18, Fordsvllle. porslsted in sending mo the old black Wallnco well, noar Sulphur Springs, Judgo Cook's court Monday on n J. H. Plummor 38, Boaver Dam, to committed to tho Almshouse about a 1IURLKV AXI) fiOLl). Republican, and mo trying all tho has been sunk to a depth ot about charging ot having liquor lu his pos- Ooldlo Davis 31, Boavor Dam. year ago, and lntor sovoral of the get It stopped, and as soon ns 1,700 feet. No certain ovldonccs of session for sale, In prohibition terriBonnlo Walker 22, Fordsvlllo, to ;,.r Wat Stevens, a farmer of v. timo to children woio provided homos lu tho ., .in,, ,. .4t, Tho bov and- irlrl that bad I...W, r. n,i ,. I1IUU ,J."..i '.llll'l Jtl I I got away up horo, clear out of tho n find Is so far In sight, but drilling tory, at Rockport. A numbor of wit- Ethel MufTeU 20, Narrows. iiiiu Bonding is still In progress, and tho fate ot nesses wero examined but it was only J. M. Whitehead 30, Simmons, to toeon living with Mr. Graham beenmo patch of burloy tobacco last season. ,woril1' tho u,a,nc(l IIuns dissatisfied and ran away, walking to Mr. Stevens sot C.OOO nlants of bur - '11 - I5ut l couldn't oxpoct anything this well will probably bo determined proved that Roy had two quarts ot Jennie- - Clark 22, Roslne. .... rt by the close of tho presont month. whisky in his possession, and as tho tho Almshouse. Theso children tobacco and sold tho product for bcttor ot a '),amcd republican." GOOD ROADS MEETING. whisky was Hill & Hill, a quality ot now probably bo located In homes In C22.B0, or at the rato ot nearly ten I lno rcc'"ieni oi mo iciior oraerou SCHOOL NOTES. unothor part ot tho country. liquor too high In prlco for bootcents a plant. Ho sold tho tobacco ua "' DD"U luu '" i"a Tho fiscal court will meet Wednos- -' j-legging, tho Jury acquitted him. while it was Browing In tho Hold for "leanest of Domocrats, who knows a day next for tho purposo of discussing nuwnper wuoii no eees m High Contortown nnd Graded 1,(K3AL TOIJACCO DKALS. $35.00 n hundred pounds. Mr. Sto- tho most feasable plan for working SOY I1EAN SEED. school opened tho Cth of January vons cultivated tho same plot of Hoborlandt and Sooty varieties, tho roads this year, and it is desired OFFICIAL DROPS DEAD. with good attendance. It was tho Thoro Is very Httlo nctlvlty in local ground in pryor tobacco tho season beginning of a new term, and sovoral tho beans for this section. Highly that every former nnd business man tobacco sales. S. II. Lee, it Owens- - previous and sold tho product for J. H. Small dropped dead at Ccn-Cit- new scholars entered tho High school. recommended tor hogging down, by In tho county who ls interested in about 250,000 $180. horo, has bought Sunday, Mr. Small was whllo n numbor is expectod to enter! Kentucky Experiment Station. Will bottor ronda attend this meeting and y tral o- pounds for tho President of the McHoury Coal Com- - this wook to tako up Normal work, yield from 15 to 25 bushols per acre discuss with tho mombors or tho TO TIIK l'UULIO. hero, and would havo handled pany, an Ohio county corporation, preparing to tako tho teachers' ex- In addition to 1 to 3 tons ot hay. court the best plans to bo pursued. a larger voluuio but for tho lack ot 1.00 per bushel. r. O. n Now don't remain away from this Prices I havo been released from military id aa(l ue011 nssociatcd with tho com- - amination in the spring. space. Tho "Westorfleld warohouso Rags tree on 2 bu. or over, 1ms than meeting and later criticise tha court twenty years. Ho was Tho faculty has decided to teach and Hums houses hero aro not open, sorvico, and shall now bo continuous- - Pauy about for tho plan adopted. It is a matter for business or ront, and Mr. Leo has ly In my office in Hartford for the vory popular with tha employes of thirty mlnutos longor each day in 2 bu. 25 cents extra. of public lutorost and ns many citiOHIO COUNTY IIBAN AND PEA company, wno win smcoroiy re- - order to gala some of the lost tlmo handling his tobacco In a shod, practice of raodlcino, and sh3ll ap- - the zens of the county aa. can do so should Mf-- u'a GROWERS ASSOCIATION. ma uoawi. Matthews and Roads, who ir. anau was a h necessitates dally shipments precinto the patronage of the public Hartford, Ky attend. huve tlursQ of; tho Primary and latur-u;;cuojor auu wcauny. E. 15. TENDLUTON, M. D. to Cnveusboro. Mr Bde, nt Dundee, STATES feature for c - iphu-lii'H- 'il d ' to-da- y I com-''1'1- rd 1- ' - to-da- y , 1 - t . ' I i I ot ' ' i "? j . ,t Dun-rnnnlr- 1lt wllly -C- "i" y, Ross-Vaug- Com-pAn- , Ki ! ",. ' . t, ''WV'FT";1 y t1 '",' '"'i'lr "Wi. fvi' 'yi KV ffffF 7 w r t,v- - - TrS-- ' ajf . ' ' p' ---- 4 , . ; .'".' '' jpin-.M.V-'Hw- T.wW.jiy.THwj.f '' y" "I m' t r Is fe t i ML ft Jt! ? f musing nnd entertaining event would burg county, but camo to Ohio counot ty In his early manhood. Ho was tho part played hy Joseph Carson, educated nt West Kentucky College, IN SOUTHERN STATES twelve years old son of Mr. U. S. Car- at South Carrollton, nnd DoPaw Unison. Early In tho ovcnlng "Argus" versity. Judgo Glenn's first nativities called Joseph to tho Btago and pro- In Ohio county was ns nn Instructor ceeded to mako a Magician of tho In Hartford college. Later ho took JeivK Armenians And Poles hoy. Tho hoy played his part with up tho practice of law to which he has devoted his cntlro nttentlon since. such oddity nnd Innocence that ho Excite Pity Not So Judgo Glenn was nt one tlmo 1'ollco a real featuro of tho show. The Negro m Judgo of tho town ot Hartford. M. 1 1. Ilc.'ivrlii. A IHMKK 1J10GKA1MIV of Tin: HAiiTiomi iiau M. Ij. Henvrln grew up on a farm While wo Americans wcro grntu-rfnusnear Hoslne. After attending the unilcrtaldnR tho tusk of- nink-In- S Whilo nosing for news It occurcd public schools ho entered Hartford tho world "safo for democracy" lo us that n catnloguo of tho Hart collego to complcto his education. He and attending tho aegis ot our nt tho Hnrt-th- o ford bar, with a brief biography of was admitted ovor nil tho races of ninnklnd. local nttorneys would Interest ford bar In 1SS7, but later attended. v wore sotting tho examples In law-- 1 our rea,icrg. The Hartford liar com-- 1 and graduated from, tho Law De wness right nt home which tho 1)arc!! ravorably with the boat bars of partment of the University of I.ouls- mot boniglitort nations might well tho statu, ami It li composeil of mon ville. Ho was elected county attorto Mhnmed of. We send navnl lleets ot nlBn character nnd attainments. ney In 1S97 nnd served one term. Ho successively mo military expeditions unit way maintained legal Oli.ules M. Cronr. round hc globe, to protect tho Ar- M. Crowo Is nn Ohio county pro partnerships with Shelby Taylor, Er0. osdacks, Ukrainians, Czechs, Poles, duct, having been born and educated nest Woodward, Arthur Kirk, and Kurds, .Tows, Kalmucks, menlant, 'jin the county. Ho wa born near nt presont nssoclnted with Otto MarStrtw, Kuthonlnns, Lithuanians, Al liuford, attended tho district school, tin. Mr. Henvrln bns mado In reTtfmi8 and so on but when It comes nnd lator nttqmled Hartford Collego cent wears a speciality of criminal ki protecting our own citizens wo Mr. Crowo taught school for fifteen practice. wn't do it. .1. E. Fugle. ears, four of which was at Pleasant ,' could do it of course, but wo IMilfit niifl J. E. Poglo Is ono of the oldest lawfnur nt WhltnM'llln. In on't; there's no politics In it and so Uwlogi cnunty 0 was admitted to yers nt the Hartford bar. Ho was oar gtatosmen Ignore tho whole mat- - tho practlco of law in 190C, nnd has roared In Casey county and was ad. ,, ,,,. , ... mitted to the bar at Liberty, but camo , .. ter. The publication of tho lynch-- 1 . Vie statistics at the end ot each year n,ntmentf one ycar ot the unox- - to Ohio county In 1S72, since which mnL-nnnr nvn n ruiiiii' nn inn k r Jpired term of Mr. C. K. Smith, who time ho has been a wollknown local j. i.ii ... .!..!,... Sana cu 4mericuu iuuuu ujmuumi, itt- u j . j)ecn elected Commonwealths attorney. Judgo Koglo has not been bA m 1vnnhtnia nu n ninitnr nf Attorney. Judgo Crowe Is at present for soveral years now In active course and If not proud of them we Police Judge of tho town ot Hart- practice, and is leading a quiet and iro at least not ashamed ot them. peaceful life at his homo. ford. Years of time and millions of mon-j- y Otto ('. Martin. 15. It. Wedding. will be spent on such a case as the Otto Martin is ono of the youngJudge U. It. Wedding Is a native Moonoy dynamite caco for instance Ohio countian, having been reared est lawyers at tho local bar, having and tho wholo world will get worked near Sulphur Springs. He was edu- been licensed to practlco In 1911. Ho in over It; our government can in- cated in tho common schools and un- was educated nt State University, and terfere to save such a culprit, but or- der the special tutorage of Prof. W. received a degree in law from tho dinary lynchlngs can be carried on IJ. Hayward, one of tho best known law department of that Institution. without let or hlndcrnncc; In many educators ot the state. Judgo Wed- He la associated with M. L. Heavrln ases the victims are innocent, but ding taught In the public and private in law practice, nnd is also Master lhat makes no difference. schools of tho county for 25 yoars. Commissioner of tho Ohio circuit Tho local and State authorities He was at one time Police Judge of court. Mr. Martin is ono of tho few Till never punish lynchers, for they Uosino. He was licensed to practice Hartford attorneys who did not serve inert? that lynching Is popular with law in 1SS1. He later camo to Hart- the public as a school teacher be of the people and is wink-i- d ford, whero he has since been a n fore becoming a lawyer. at and upheld by the police. Hu- McDom'll Kojjle. attorney and citizen. He was aian nature and odlcal methods havo elected Judge ot the county court in McDowell Kogle, is a son of Judge Tot changed since the time when Pon- 1909 aud served one term. J. E. Kogle, and has been practicing tius Pilate gave Jesus to tho Jewish law since 1911. Ho was educated Arthur Kirk. Tho central aiob to be cruciflcU. Arthur Kirk was born in the Tlar-nct- ts nt Hartford College, at State Univergovernment has plenty of authority to Creek country, north of Hart- sity nnd at Harvard. Mack is our interfere and enforce tho law, order ford, and has been continuously a solo bachelor lawyer. Mr. Kogle and and Justice whero the local authoricounty, although he was Mr. Martin were admitted to the bar ses neglect to do so, but the same citizen of the absent teaching in Louisiana for four at the same time. couiiIeratIons govern there; lynch-'oii- ? ears. Ho was educated In the com-- I 11. I Til) lor. Is popular and It would not do to j II P. Taylor Is the only one of our mon schools, nt Hartford College nnd afce any action against It. ' Howling Green. He taught school local attorneys who is a product of And so we just let It go and say Hartford. Mr. Taylor was admitfor a number of years, and was aothlng about it. Our orators may ted to the bar in 1SS1, nnd has boon to the bar In 191:2. In 1916 c!must the, dictionaries In painting h" was appointed county attorney to in continuous practlco sinco. ile is tf beautiei of tho new era of right till a vacancy and was elected to ono of tho few lawyers who has nov-- or Mnd justice that Is coming but they been a candidate for olllce. Ho is that office in 1917. Mr. Kirk is also kave no words to waste oa such a attorney for the L. & N. and L. attorney for the Illinois Central Hall-roa- d 'local little matter as the torturing and H. & St. L. railroads. Company, nnd handles consid YllUng of our own citizens without erable corporation practice. ('. K. Smith. iilal, by mobs of lynchers. We are It. E. L. Slmnu'i'iiiau. C. K. Smith is also a natlvo of Ohio so tender with Hun spies that we have R. E. L. Siiumormau is a natlvo County, having boen born und rcar-le- d not hurt a single one of tlicm but near Ccralvo. Ho completed his of Washington county, Tennessee. He there is nothing sacred about our education nt Hartford collego and camo to Ohio county in 1S90 and atown people. taught school for a number of years tended Hartford College. Ho reHence wo publish tho lynching recboforo entering upon the law. Mr. turned for a permanent residence ant for the past year, not as a matter Smith was to tho bar In in the county In 1S94, nnd married laving any bearing whatever on af 1S9S. After admitted to coming Hartford, Mr. Miss Jesse Ford, daughter of Mr. and fnfri lint i rtl t k r tlilln)l0 Mam Smith was for a number of years as Mrs. J. W. Ford. Mr. Simmormau , , nil tjliuiuilb llbuici mi u.iijii jcai j sociated with Mr. C. M. Harnett in was sworn in at tho Hartford bar in ire never exact, for the government the business and editorial manage- 1891, aud later formed a legal partdoesn't even take enough Interest in ment of the Hartford Republican. nership with Judgo J. S. Glenn, with the anbject to keep any recors of it retiring from the paper ho form- whom ho has been since associated. fter The figures have to bo mado up sim- ed a law partnership with Judgo W. Mr. Simmermnn Is also the proprietor ply from newspaper reports, and one H. IJarnes, which relationship still of the Hartford Drug Company. score-keepmay give a different J. P. Snnilcfur. In 1909 Mr. Smith was continues. tally from another. J. P. Saiidcfur is the Nestor of the elected county attorney and in 1913 According to tho reco-- d kept ! was reelected, being the second coun- Hartford bar, having been admitted Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegeo, Ala., ty attorney to be reelected In the to tho practice of law in 1871. Mr. ihevo wore 62 lynchlngs In this coun history of tho county. In 191C while Sandofur was reared in Ureckonridge ty In 1918, or 24 more than in 1917. j still holding tho office of county at ounty, but camo to Ohio county when Of tho 62 people lynched, all but four torney, he was elected Common-- j a young man, and engaged In school wore negroe3, and five of these wcro Ho was elected county at wealths Attorney for this district, teaching. xomen. Sixteen ot tho victims wore which offlco he .still holds. torney In 1S72, reelected In 1S7C, lcctt.scd of nssult, and tho other of- -j and enjoys, with Mr. C. E. Smith, tlw J. S. Glenn. looses ran all tho way from murder J. S. Glenn was reared iu Muhlon- - distinction of being ono of the two down to hog stealing. men ever reelected to that oft ce in Georgia was tho "banner" state O'llu county. kliU year, with u record of 18 lynch-- 1 W. II. llarncH W If. ISarncs was reared on a hits; Texas came next with nine and ysyisa is ussy Misslraippi third with six. All of farm near Hartford, and received lynchlngs but three were In the the his education at Hartford college iltontli the other three being in Cal- -' Mr. IJarnes was tho valedictorian ot Urbrrila, Wyoming and Illinois. From his class, nnd lib oration attracted fSSi'i to tho proiioiiL time tho number attention. Ho was admitted to tho i f raenrded lynchlngs lias bean 4010. bar in 1892 and formed a partnership with E. P. Neal, with whom ho Ul aBJJ,v jrouiH liiv IJ illltuilia lunoi tttceeded the leK-i- l execution. thus prarticed until the lattcr's death Hcr Sin-- Later ho formed a legal partnerIndicating that mob law is paramount I lOld by Her3Cif. eerily Should Con to civil law to u large u.tent. ship with Mr. 0. E. Smith, which relation still continues. Mr. Harncs Others. vince Surgeons ngroo that In eases of ! sorved nu Pollen Judgo of tho town ,lu",n,n1d wulls Christopher. lll.-"- For four years I of Hartford, and was elected county w 1 Guitcrt'd m i.u umt 'ii tiom lrretjuiarmes, weakness. attorney and sorved one tnrni. nervousness, and John II. WUmiii. Bertant. When an ofTiciont antlsep wa3 in a run down Zto in r.ppliod promiiliy, thore is no John 11. Wilson was reaiod near condition. Two of langor of Infection und tho wound our best doctors Prentiss, In Ohio county.and was edu Iteffnn to hol at onco. Tor use on i fulled to do mo any cated at Hartford collego. Ho was Vd cood. I heard so lleensod to practice law1 iu 1894. Mr. 4ut ' uvmit j;wtuuiiu ta viiv iuuai much about what Wilson served two tonus us county Antlioplic and Healing Agent. Iluy LydiaE.Pinkham's ; surveyor, now and bo ready for au omcrgen- was thrao times Pqllco k voKotnUloUom 'T.n Kllr. ...., -- ..., wv, tl nil mm. I f I r.ti Prlon . pound had dono for Judgo of Hartford, and was Judgo others, I tried it lot tho county court for ono tonn Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m; and was cured. I beginning In 1914. Judgo Wilson is am no longer ner IiYCKCM KNTHr.TAJNJlKNT vous, am regular, also a vory competent surveyor, und Is nnd in excellent often called upon for service, especialThu Kecond of tho serios ot flvu health. I believe Uio Compound will ly by mining companies and for Qthor LyoAum ciitertuiumuutit to bo given euro uny femalo trouble." Mrs. Aucu Important work of that character. ;4 tho Co I Inge Hall this winter was 11ulu:h, Christopher, 111. Nervousness is often it symptom of nte&ad ThurtHlay night of laxt wool: weaKnc3 or sotno junctional (ierwiKogavo somu ment, which may bo overcome by this Argus, the "Magician" If thrilling and inystlfjing exhibitions famous root una herb remedy, Lydia us dMeplivtt art of "Sleight of )). Pinkhum'a Vegetable Compound, by f tho For Infants nnd Children thousands of women havo lound lUnd." Th mot planning feature experience. In Use For Over Years If complications oxlst. writo Lydia E. the ugtertalnment wait the beAlways bcutt - -- ,., , I ynn. Muse., for wildering production of living animals PinJchamM'-'dicinoO- o ." I in vur ailment. fowls in .' un ''ictcd, Uf'eetto""j n '!' fie r.tcfaU, 4 W l.i i t riuuco la lint no nuMluu of thlo 4i.ii. 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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. s Sede Continues Until Jeavuary 25 Ladies' Coat Suits. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Rogular $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 ; '. Hoosier Sheeting. $30.00 27.00 Ladies' Shoes. 20c 25c One Lot Ladies' Shoes, $3.00 and $4.00 sale price, $2.50. Size 2io to 3. values, 4 $ 22.00, 18.00 15.00 10.00 Regular 30c, now Hope Bleach, Regular 35c, now Limited 10 yards to family. 4' Men's and Boys' Pants. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gloves. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $3.00, $2.75, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, $ .75, $ .50, now now now now now now now now now .' , ". ; Ladies' Coats. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Rogular Regular Regular $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $12.00, $10.00, $ 8.00, $ 0.00, h now now now now now now now now $24.00 18.00 15.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 : . . 4.00 . V. .' . '. ': W. ... .' $2.50 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 75 50 40 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 6.0O 4.50 3.75 3.25 2.50 2.00 1.50 I ... : .T.,. : . Ladies' All Wool Serge Coat Suit $35.00. Men's and Boys' Clothing. ,. Dress Goods. Serge, Poplin, Silk, Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe. $2.2o Regular $2.75, now 2.00 Regular $2.50, now 1.60 Regular $2.00, now 1.25 Regular $1.50, now 1.00 Regular $1.25, now 50c Regular 75c, now 40c Regular 50c, now 30c Regular 40c, now Rugs 10 Per Cent Discount. $22.50 Regular $25.00, now Blankets. Regular $10..00, now Regular $8:00, now . .' $7.50 6.00 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, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, now now now now now now now now now now now $2700 . ' , ." now 24.00 18.00 15.00 14.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 6.00 4.50 3.50 2.50 Percals and Ginghams. vr Regular $2.00, now 35c 30c $1.50 w 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 $15.00 14.00 12.50 10.00 8.00 $ Shirting. Regular Regular Regular Regular 35c, 30c, 25c, 20c, Men's and Women's Sweaters. $8.00, $6.00, $5.00, $3.00, S2.50, wMiar $2.00, Regular $1.50, Regular $1.00, 4 Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular now now now now now now now now $6.00 4.50 3.50 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 75 now now now now 30c 25c 20c 15c 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, '$3.00 and $4.00 Hats, now at $2.00 1.50 1.25 l.UU $2.00 ft Tit I Millinery. We have a nice lot of Ladies' Plats, now at" half price. now now now now now now now '. l Boys' Mackinaws. One lot of Boys' Mackinaws,regular $7.00,now.$5.00 i 75 50 ". i 40 Ladies' Skirts. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $10.00, now $8.00, now $7.00, now $6.00, now $5.00, now r Outing Cloth. Regular 40c, now 30c We have some nice Fur Sets that we will discount 20 per cent. $8.00 6.00 5.00 4.50 3.75 4 i ! r This SALE Will Be for CASH or PRODUCE WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PPICE FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. V 1 O IV v i $$ $$ .Of$4$$ot $$; : , ;fjnrwvt'vc ;$ hc?? :$ ??$$ r The Hartford QWRllWP m mm M w fjrr wftw$ ww.fwyr " ' wp 'JT f "! "rJP'WWWlJ rMT ' vm t 'V " ' T I sn$i jpj'jp un .. r - VX "' -- Dr. G. B. Dockery, of Beaver Dam. 'Is another of tny witnesses agin the The Docdoctont of total depravity. Entered according to law nt the Tho continued popularity of the PostoiTlco, Hartford, Ky., os mail tor brought mo n twist of tobacco of moving picture show Is an ovldenee matter of the soeond clasa. vintage of 1014. Tho picture show tho of its usefulness. people the to brings to tho doors of the who come to town and want Addreso all communications great lemons In human life that most to Folks Into tho court house yard to drive Tho Hartford ncpubllcan. of us could never liavo In personal hitch can find nn oponin' in the Tho mannors nnd cus experience. curbln' on the north sldo of the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBBRS. toms of different countries and peodesiring tho paper sent ples, tho petting of the drawing square. Subscribers to a new address must give the old rooms, nnd the hovels of the poor, Address In making tho request. Ed Barrass' show Is tho first durn-e- d Duslncss Locals and Notices 10c tho habits and cunning of tho crimipublic entertainment I ever seed addition- nal and vicious, the vlrturcs of tho per line, and 5c per lino for that didn't never give no free tickets al Insertion. good and the manners of the great, newspaper fellers. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards and in short brings the world to our to tho per line, money In adof Thanks, 6c doors. Aside from the entertainment vance. If this advcrtlsin business keeps Church Notices for services free, feature tho picture show is the great me and up, about caster Sunday, 5c per line. popular but other advertisements, educator of tho age, and de Anonymous communications will serves tho liberal patronage that Is Tlnsley will both blossom but in a, receive no attention. bran new suit. given it. mm --TELEI'lIONES. FARM FOR SALK. Meeting Cora Wilson Stewart has 12 Cumberland , , . . made us a convert to the moonlight "J Fifty one acres of land for sale at Farmers Mutual School campaign. There was little in a bargain. Lies near Dundee. Ky. tho camnaicn conducted in this coun CAL. P. KEOWN, 17 .JANUARY FRIDAY. ty last fall to Inspire confidence in 2912 Hartford, Ky. the movement but after hearing her mm incisively recount the success of tho CLKAR RUN. If you have a plan for road workmeeting of the fiscal movement which she so successfully ing attend the glad to see a court here next Wednesday and offer sponsored, we shall be In Ohio counRev. Birch Shields, of Heaver Dam, real movement started your plan. filled his appointment at tho Clear With the ty to wipe out Illiteracy. Run Baptist church, Saturday and proceeds at a opening of tho fall schools we hope Sunday. The peace conference enterprising Superinten Blow pace, but many complicated to see our Those on the sick list this week Involved, aud the pro- dent take up the work again, and are Mrs. Tom Nelson, Mrs. Bettye questions aro promise him in advance whatever as Chapman. cess Is necessarily slow. sistance we can give, in tho way of Mr. and Mrs. Artemus Stewart and publicity or otherwise. Secretary of Treasury, McAdoo have the flu. Dr. Gordon of Pleasant Attorney General, Gregory, have reIs treating them. They were An alarming situation obtains in RIdce signed from the Wilson cabinet, but 'reported better today. Europe. Bolshcvlkism already holds how long, 0, Lord, how long, must Mr. Lee Johnson hns had a lame northern Europe in its tiger-lik- e bungler Burleson remain? horse for several days caused, by grasp and is rapidly taking hold of its getting a foot fastened in a crack worse on the central states. Poland is in an- of the stable. It Is better now and Matters go from bad to archy and Germany is rapidly disinthe Owensboro tobacco market. This tegrating. It seems there is to be no able to work. lowest prices week's sales were at the Mr. Ellis Bartlett and family have responsible government in Germany ol the season, and there seems no with which the Allies can conclude moed to tho farm they recently neighborhood. prospect for conditions to Improve. peace. President, Wilson and Peace bought in this Mr. Lonnie Wade and family hnvo White are advising this Commi.ssioner belonging to Rev. The Hartford Herald gives our country that only by feeding thu 'nroved on tho farm home merchants a jolt in its big starving hyenas in central Europe it. E. Fuqua. j double column front page boost of the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hicks, of near a perTho Republi- will it be possible to conclude daughter, Mrs. Owensboro merchants. manent peace. Hunger breeds des jlleda, Uslted their can Is for our home merchants, llrst. peration in man as Hardin Lee Hoover, Saturday night. it breeds It in the Jast and all time. Sirs. Alva KirK, or linnioru. was beast of tho Jungle, and after fighting may yet be the guest of Mr. Jim Kirk and family the Huns with bullets It 'Saturday night and Sunday, May wo be pardoned for suggestnecessary to fight them with bread. our business men have the Baughn, of ing that Mr. and Mrs. Tone j pavements in front of their places justified in urging the fis- 'Washington neighborhood, attended We feel of business swept late Saturday night cal court to select a competent en church at Clear Run Saturdny. Dirty morning. or early Sunday some cuicnen lover nas uul-i-i visitgineer to have charge of tho work for pavements Sunday mornings are not this season. We recognize the limit- ing Mr. Clifton Hoover's and Mr. a good advertisement for the town. ed amount of money at the disposal i Enoch Murrey's chicken houses. of the court for road purposes, but FISCAL APPROPRIATIONS Ohio is perhaps the only county in whatever money is available should the state that allows wagons to drive be expended In the most judicious The fiscal court, at Its sitting Inst promlseously over the court houbo manner. Road building is an art. yard, lto ccurs to us that the off- It is not a novice's job. Only by the week made the usual routine allow of trifling icials charged with caring for the employment of a competent man can ances, many of them county's property bhuuld put a stop the public expect the best results. A 'amounts, but we follow with all alexcess of J100: to this practice. business with eight heads is doomed lowances made, in Edgar Barnard, borrowed money, from the beginning to failure. There The county attorney is urging the is a want of unity of action as there $2,500. cleaning off Is Bank of Hartford, borrowed mon- land owners to complete a want of trained fitness for tho right of way of the roads, as re- work. If thero Is only $25,000 to bo ,ey, $e,2:io. the W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk's ser quired by an act of the last legisla- expended on the roads it were better s ture. Already more than 0 vices, J355. to give a trained road builder S. A. Brntcher, Sheriff's fees. $20C. of the roads have been cleared, and of that sum to spend tho remainBeaver Dam Planing Mill Co., jail the remainder should be done before der than to liavo tho whole amount the spring farm work begins. Indiscriminately over the material, ?20G. scattered county. In ndditlon to tho more ad- j Mack Cook, salary as County lllicracy Commission is vantageous uso of the money to bo Judge, $S50. pie State Dr. L. B. Bean, salary as County planing a final drive for Kentucky expended on tho roads, a competent this fall. W. J. Bryan. Champ Clark engineer would ho worth his salary Physician, fl25. will he In overseeing the work of the overMaggie Grlllln, borrowed money, and other noted speakers brought into the state. Thoro arc seers alone. $150. E. S. Howard, salary as Superinyet 100,000 Kentucklans who can not at Let us all put our TWO .MURDERERS tendent, $1,000. roid or write. C. O. Hunter, salary County Treas shoulders to tho wheel in Ohio counTO BE EXECUTED urer, $200. ty and help tho great movement. We A. D. Kirk, salary County Attor hope to see our oillcfent SuperintenFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 1.1. James of tho Lawler and Kat Carney, Covington ney, $850. dent enlist thu enthusiasm Murphy Bros., abutment bridge, teachers In this laudable work, as af- bandits, will pay the full penalty of ter all success will depond most upon the law for double murder, in tho $014. W. P. Midklff, road bed, $574. them. electric chair at the Eddyvlllo peni1). A. Rhoads, bridge lumber, $200 tentiary February 21. y Stowart Iron Works, Jail cells, $1,- Tho matter of a rest room for our Gov. Stanley Issued the country ladles coming to Hartford (loath warrant In each caso aud di- 577. Chas. Smith, keeping nlinshouyo should engage tho attention of our rected It to Warden Chilton. citlzous. Theie Is no place now Lawler, Carney and another bandit ;$447. Worth Tlchonor, Jnilor's fees, $110 whore tho country lndy may feel hor-H- lf ontorod a building and loan associabridge flooring, Emmet Willet, at homo, uftor hhe has completed tion ofllco at Twelfth anil Russell her shoplng. and thoro Is nothing loft Hlroets, Covington, the night of March $1C1. o t. her but to return Imcdlatoly to her fi, last, during an election of dihome. It has been Migosted that rectors. Catarrhal Deafness oannot Be Cured tho Red Cross rooms bhould bo perThoy shot and killed Andrew Nord-mey- by local applications, aa they cannot reacli tbe tho tar. There U manently toservod for this purpose. and John Rhcm.and tho third ouly dlseasta uyportion of catarrhal sleaiiuaa, one to cure town will bandit was killed by tho chief of po- und that U by a constitutional remedy We hope the ladles of tho Catarrhal Deafness la ciuitd by an condition of tho mucous llntne ot take up this mutter and see what can lice, who was one of (ho stockholders thu Uuetachlati Tube. When thli tube It be donci present. Inflamed you have a tumbling sound or ! hcarlnir, and entirely Tho two men got away with sev- cloud, Deafness It tho when It Unleis the result. inflammation can bo reduced and thla tube people have hit upon eral thousand dollars and wore The French rtatorcd to Its normal condition, htarlnir will be deatroyed forever. Many cases of In Cincinnati next day. the best solution for tho disposition deafmas are cauord by catarrh, which la They propose that he of thoKalior. The Court of Appeals ufHrmcd tin Intlamtd condition of tho mucous surIlall'a Catarrh Medicine acta be sont, without trial, into the Afri- thnlr sentences last fall, donlcd them faces.blood on the mucous aurfaces of thru the the can Algeria, to be kept under guard of a rehearing aud recently issued thu syatem will glvo One Hundred We Dollars for soluany caae ot Catarrhal Uo'tu that cannot a body of soldiers. No better mandate A petition for commutatie cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cirtion could be found. His trial aud tion of tho penalty to life Imprison- culars All Druggists. ISc. F. J. CHUNKY m ( O , Toledo. O. ojcaeutloH would gratify those who ment was Hied with Gov. Stanley. x -- XJHMk a blood revenue, but the dlapo-uUIo- b t'ISNT'KRTOW.V. Vy the French would NOTICE. proposed iake him a living monument of the I hereby notify Mrs. Albert Boskett died at her the public not to ortalna). aud prolobc the punlahmeat town, Sunday nlg)L Her Malt would be so gratifying to an out-im- transact btjalneee with my boh, Willis home, near Hlcka.wJiQ teas btjeu adjudged aa im- remain were laid to rest lu ! world. becile, and la legally Incapable of Centertown Cemetery Moadgy. Mr. J. M. Stogner Is aerlgeMf HI of the Republican contracting. Tbe decision at this writing W T HICKS, Committee, State Central Cot unlitee to bold a Lllib Ullioj, who Las been" In the .Narrows, Ky , Route 2. BUte convention aud recommend or J9t2pd 4 I I I two-third$2,-00! to-daer ed endorse a ticket of candidates to bo voted for nt the .August pria As mary Is a wlso one. for tho minor rulo the candidates Published "Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY state offices arc unknown to tho rank nnd filo of the party, who vote at ranIncorporated W. S. TINSLEY, dom and without any dennato knowlC. E. SMITH, s. edge of the merits of tho several canPresident didates. A convention, made up of F.dltor dolegitcs of the party loader. of the 30IIX 1IF.XRY THOMAS various counties, would bo much bet W. S. TINHLKY, Aocinto Kdltor ter able to pans on the personnel of a Business Mnnnger. nnd ticket than tho voters nt large. Republican BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Soc.-Trea- N". for some time, is at homo. Harvey D. Plummcr, who has been nt Camp Taylor for como time, has (By. I. D. Claire.) received his discharge nnd Is nt BarleyBill Hohenzollern nnd John home. corn wcro bosses In their dny, but School l3frogrcsslng nicely at this they hnvo had their day. place after being closed several woaka on arcount of the "flu." I git a right smart of help out of Rev. J. J. Willet, of Owensboro, Tinsley around tho oinco when the tilled hie regular appointment Satweather Is too cold to fish. urday night and Sunday. U. S. e v SPEND !.E Than You Make And ma(;an. from here have gono to with tobacco. Mrs. rtstor and Dellie Mldkln ltnve returned home from a two weeks vlHlt with relative In Canalou, Mo. Mrs. Rebecca Brown ha bwn cull ed to tho bcdsldo of her daughter-in-laMrs. G, U. Brown, near Bells Run. Mr. Ogle Kelly, who hns been In tho Navy for the past eighteen months, visited his fnthcr, Mr. N. P. Kelly, a few days last week. Several from here attended tho dance at Mr. Beat Norrls' Saturday Severn 1 t CnvwiBboro t t Bank The Difference t night. Mr, and Mrs. Wfillacc Stevens have moved to Fortlsvllliv Mr. Walter nnd Heber Midklff aro visiting relatives In Illinois. The flu is getting near us again Mr. Zach Greer, wife and mother and Mr. and Mrs. Olllo Taylor have It now. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magan arc staying with .Mr. Magan's mother, Mrs. Dellie Magan, while they arc having some work done on their house. mm THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU BANK OF HARTFORD THirty-Si- x County Clerk, Blankenshlp ran out of dog tags sometime ago, since which time he has been taking applications with the underptnndlng the tags would bo furnished later. He received additional tags Monday and will bo able to supply all applica tions. Years ii Business Mrs. W. K. Stevens, nt NoCrcek, tees In trut at any time when and brother, Mr. John Barnard, of on after the house Is completed. South Carrollton, left Tuesday for July IS 19. Jeffcrsonvllle, Illinois, where thoy Subscribers names will spend two weeks with their Thomas Stevens John Bennett Sen father, Mr. J. P. Barnard. John Bennett Jun j Joseph Bennett Mr. Bllllo Schroader, a sixty-foyears old farmer, living on Route 1 Jos R. MIdkltf from Olaton, grew, unaided, a tobacco Samuel Ilennett crop last year that he sold for $110.!.-S- 0 Lewis (!. Logan cents. Air. Schroader sold Ills Henry Stevens crop for $20 a hundred for leaf, Iug4 lligglnson Belt Benjamin Benton and trash. Jeff ires llrnnett o Mrs. J. 11. Thomas, of Louisville lluzzel Ward by Note will arrive in Hartford the first of Tho Balrd the week, to spend a few weeks with Thomas Hrlnn . her husband. .Mrs. Thomas has been Obed Bennett spending the winter in Louisville, Robert Ilarni-t- t Titus Bennett where their children are in school. Mlhael Keley j ItOl'RBO.V COIWTV IIORKK WR1TKSV1LLK. CARR1KS SIK7 IX HOOh' ur call'd KIXA.NCIAI. STATKMKXT Cth OK CO. SCHOOL I'l'NDS a.. Paris. Ky.. Jan. IS. Hverett a farmer living near Millersburg, Nan-gl- e, Bourbon county, rode horseback to Paris liifct Saturday and cashed a check for $187 at a local bank. On his arrival homo that afternoon he found he had lost the purse containing tho money. He returned to Paris, carofully scanning every foot of the pike in nn etTort to find Ills money, but without success. When he wont to put his horse in the stable he noticed tho continual pawing of the animal, ns though something was hurting it, and, breaking away the hard coating of mud, he found his purse, with tho money intact, wedged in tho horse's hoof. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CA3TO R j FOR ! m THOSK "II POLYPS' $ cts Klnancial Condition of Ohio County 25.00 School Hoard As Shown By The Rec25.00 ords On January The 7th, 191S 20.00 ASSETS. 15.00 Assets as shown by deposit 10.00 bank 5,435 03 20.00 LIABILITIES. 5.00 g warrants issued by 15.00 t. Shultz 1. 311. 73 20.00 IS 00 20.00 J. M. Hoover 20.00 Paid on Oakland school 19S C5- house 5.00 j 15.00 Hartford High School 473 00 (Tuition) 15.00 . lliOO 15.00 II. O. Autry " Heaver Dam Planing Mill Co 150 0 10.00 75 tAV 5.00 Isaac Poster , Teachers' fund 2,000 00 I Lot for Schroader school I 5C 50 house very busy deliver- Rent on room for colored school Tlie farmers are S 00 In Div. 1. Sub.. O ing tobacco, as they are anxious to weather and Other liabilities by way of get through while the contract 1.3S6 32 roads aro good. new cases of thei u have A few Total HabilltloH, due and under been reported In town. outstanding contracts. 5,691 20 Mrs. Ula liennlng aro visitMr. and 230 12 ing relatives at this place this week. Deficit Masters Ray I), and Coy C. Shown The above statement, made front their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. tho records on filo In County Supt's , Hosea Shown. iilllce, shows the condition of thi Mr. Irn Mosely and Mr. C. C. Sharp treasury of Ohio Co. School Board ou were in town Monday, on business. the aliuvo date. Mr. Chester Wells has arrived home K. S. HOWARD, S. S. O C from camp. Financial Statement of County Mr. Arnold Howard has gono to School Board, B. S. Howard, TreasSpringfield, Ohio, where he will en- urer. gage in work. RKCKIPTS. e Carried forward 5.135 OS XOTICK. Kiom S. O. Keown 2.30051 Kroin S. A. ltratcher. . . Dnm for I have located in Beaver 1. C. It. R. for Graded the practice of dentistry, and shall Schools gratefully appreciate the patronago From W. C. Blankenshlp., of tho public. Call on me at tho A. From salo of school lots. 1). Taylor property. From other sources M. R. TAYLOR, D. I). S. 25tf !? 'Out-standinI if .... 11 1 .... o On Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1 Tnklng census' rilL'RCH BUILT OXK will olTer for sale at my farm, 'ransfor to teachers' sal. . . Building and repair iir.M)i:i;i ykars ago two miles West of Hartford, Chalk, Buckets, Brooms, etc on the Livermore road, the Mrs. Mary B. Llndley, of Liver-more, Kuivker Thero aro eaithifuakea reported in South America. Bockor The Monroe doctrine turning over. Now York Sun. PUBLIC SALE. ' ' 122,777 79 Total DISIlimSBMKNTS. Outstanding warrants...? Incidentals 1,31172 2,:t-M.0- 300.05 0,000 00 2,205 90 38S 27 2,733 92 37S.21 1 20S.78 tr. has boon good enough to furnish us for publication tho subscription list for building tho old brick church at NoCreok Methodist church in LSI 'J, Just one hundred years ago This was tho second church built in Ohio county, tho firbt one being at Goshon. Peter Cartwright was the circuit rider, and his circuit extended from Suit rlvor' to tho Cumberland rlvor, and it required six months for the preacher to muku his circuit. Ills trips wcro made on foot, with saddlo bags containing a hymn bonk and blblo, thrown acrohs his shoulder Tho subscription list wo aro reproducing isfiom tho original document, which wo havo cloioly followed. Wo the underwritten aubacribora blud nnd oblige ourselves to pay the sum annexed to our names towards Building a Methodist Meeting House of Brick 40 feet in length and thirty t in ullh in the no '' it ' i''h 'u is i Mo; iv 'o 'i lJi ij. Hi ii '!s?ld ttt auuiim Si iierjiutt. iluury liUvcin, Jabu i.oji-net- t, Jr, aud Robert Harnett, Trus- i iiU'-mt- following described proper- ty: One mare; pair of good young mules 151; Total dlsliurhoinui.to ..... i0,93102 5,810.77 lalanco. Jan, 1st 1919. .. hands high; two colts; 10 Wo thu above statoment to head of cattle; 400 bushels the submit of Ohio County as n of corn; 10 tons of hay; 12 truo stiiteinent of receipts and disSchool of head of hogs; wagon, buggy bursements Jun.tho Countyto Jan. , 7th, 1918 Board from and all kinds of farming im- 1919. It Is Impossible) to mention thol plements; Buick car; house unmo of each Individual who has hold and kitchen furniture; Icolvcd n warrant on tho County fund,1 Haynes piano, cost $300 five although tho record of same is in years Nago. These different this olllco subject to public lnspcc- tloti. Tho records of this ofllco arojj articles will be sold at sonv opon lo ovory of Ohio Co. M. S. Howard. S. 8. O. C. price, as I am going to quit We. the auditing commltteeJb-ivofarming. euinltiod the records of Count Terms made known on perlnteadeat, E. 8. Howard, and fladu tne ulo . rf nort to be correct day of sale. H L. CARTBK. JAMES T. EALPH, O. W. lUJf' Hartford, Ky., Route, 8. '0 ' tax-paye- rs High school tuition County Board, Supt. oxp.. All othor oxper.j" ro-- tax-pay- er . i Su-'- Tl . Auditing-Commi- t 1 - .J aft.. . i, -- !. r rg.iini mi iin mimVm iinfiTViil v -- BIJBBPjBBPfcrtW'iMf''11 iiiwpjWffi-- ; i - '"" 'v D t Sale Begins January 20, Closes February l, 1919 Having sold our house, it will be necessary to remove our stock to other quarters at an early date. Therefore, we have decided that there shall be as little to move as possible, hence we are offering every item of our big stock at greatly reduced prices. Look the list over carefully, we are sure that every thrifty and economical purchaser will find lots of things necessary to their daily life and comfort, things that you are obliged to have at a substantial saving. GROCERIES WIRE ; I m TOOLS . . Hour Ter Bbl Hog Lard Per Can, Coffee, Regular 25c Beans, col. 10c . . . $1200 $13.75 .20 50 lbs net . 8tt Beans, Navy 15c 5 BarsC. E. Soap, XO: 5 Bars S. M. Soap, : 1 Doz. Cans Tomatoes 1 Doz. 1 1 ' ..; : . 12 Ms 2d 25 Farm Fence Per Rod, Regular, 484c value, Farm Fence Per Rod, Regular, 55c value, . Bale Ties, Regular, 2.25 value Trace Chains, Regular, 1.65 value, Lone Star Hames, Regular, 1.25 value, Breast Chains, Regular, 1.50 value, 39 in. 48 in. .45 .50 2.00 1.45 1.00 1.25 Axes, Regular, $2.25 value, 3 $1.90 75 Time Fork's, Regular, $1.00 value Planters Hoes, Regular, .85c value, Spades, Regular, $1.35 value, Tile Spades, Regular, $1.75 value, FURNITURE . 75 $1.20 $1.50 200 1.90 1A0 1.45 CHINA WARE Can Corn, Doz. Cans Hominy, Doz. Pkg. Rolled Oats, - Pie Plates, Dec. Regular, 1.25 value Dinner lates,- Dec. Regular, 2.00 value, - .75 1.50 1.75 .50 1.35 2.G5 Beds, Regular, $5.00 value, Beds, Regular, $11.00 value Beds, Regular, $12.00 value ,. ... . 34 .v. Cups and Saucers, Dec. Regular, 2.00 value, . ;. $ 9.50 Pie Plates, White, Regular, 75c value, ...... .. ....... .$10.50 $ 4.5Q $ BROOMS Dinner Plates, White, Regular, 1.75 .value, .SO Regular 90c values, Regular, S5c value MOPS Wash Bowl and Pitcher, Regular, 3.00 value, STOVES ' 7o Mattresses, Regular, $5.00 value, .... Mattresses, Regular, $9.00 value Mattresses, Regular, $12.00 value, ...'....-- . Dressers, Regular, $17.00 value, Dressers, Regular, $22.00 vlaue, Dressers, Regular, $28.00 value, Dining Tables, Regular, $12.00 value, Dining Tables, Regular, $24.00 value, Buffetts, Regular, $22.00 value, ; Buffetts, Regular, $34.00 value, Kitchen Cabinets, (Regular, $20.00 value, ' 7.50 $10.00 Regular, GOc value, Regular, 40c value ENAMMEL WARE S .45 .30 Steel Steel Steel Steel 4 4 4 4 0 4 4 qt. Kettle, Regular, 90c value qt. Kettle, Regular, 75c value, qt. Kettle, Regular, 75c value, .80 .05 .05 Range, Regular, $55.00 vale, Range, Regular, 50.00 value, Range, Regular, $45.00 value, .'.. Range, Regular, $55.00 value, Cap Cook Stove, Regular, $35.00 value, Cap Cook Sove, Regular, $32.00 value, ....4. Cap Cook Stove, Regular, $30.00 value, Cap Cook Stove, Regular, $20.00 value, .$48.00 $45.00 $3S.OO ; .$15.oa $20.0G $25.00 $10.00 $20.00 $16.00 $27.00 m $47.50 .$32.50 .$30.00 .$25.00 .$17.50 (it. Kettle, Regular, U5c value 34 qt. Dish Pan, Regular, 1.00 value, 17 qt. Dish .50 .. . . .85 .95 1.25 .50 .45 I Ll'l ' Pan, Regular, 1.20 value, . 8 qt. Tea Kettle, Regular, 1.50 value, . 3 qt. Coffee Pots, Regular, COc value, . . 2 qt. Coffee Pots, Regular, 50c value, . 12 qt. ConibinettB, Regular, 1.75 value, TIN WARE 1.50 qt. Heavy cov. Buckets, Regular, 45c value, ... 8 qt. Heavy cov. Buckets, Regular, 50c value, 10 qt. Heavy open Buckets, Regular, 50c value, . . ! qt. Com. cov. Bucko's, Regular, 45c value, 8 qt. Com. cov. Buckets, Regular, 50c value 10 qt. Com. open Buckets, 40c value, G .40 .45 .40 .35 .40 .30 HARNESS Wagon Breeching, Regular, $11.50 value, Wagon Breeching, Regular, $15.00 value, Team Bridles, Regular, $2.50 value, Team Bridles, Regular, $2.00 value, Team Bridles, Regular, $4.50 value Buggy Harness, Regular, $25.00 value, . . . ,. Horse Collar, Regular, $5.00 value Horse Collar, Regular, $5.75 value, 110180 Collar, Regular, $7.00 value, Horse Collar, Regular, $0.00 value, Check Lines, Regular, $G.75 value, Check Lines, Regular, $0.75 value. $17.50 $19.50 $30.00) $ .$10.00 .$12.50 $ 2.15 $ 1.75 $ 3.75 $21.00 $ 4.25 $ 4.90 $ G.00 $ Kitchen Cabinets, Regular, $22.00. value, Kitchen Cabinets, Regular, $35.00 value, Safes, Regular, $11.00 value, Safes, Regular, $12.00 value RUGS 9.50 $10.00 5.00 $ G.25 .$ 5.00 Rugs, 9X12 Taps, Regular, $20.00 value, Rugs, 9X12 Taps, Regular, $2S.OO value Rugs, 9X12" Taps, Regular, $30.00 value, Rugs, 9X12 Axminster, Regular, $35.00 value, $17.50 $23.50 $25.00 .. $30-.0- It is impossible to enumerate more than a few of the many items in our big stock, but Every Article Goes at the Same Proportionate Reduction. Nothing old or shop worn. If you fail to take advantage of these prices you loose and we must move the the goods. Produce will be accepted at its cash value. Nothing charged at these prices. I if lk H W HARTFORD, KENTUCKY amCTrrft?mma &2ss3sassassomil P''t jv - f,r$' nMHVVMMn MP4 juijinjuvcnj - WV'" ' Why Meat Prices Vary in Different Stores & Trim ttttn Good to choiea Common to nutilum ttrerf Yparlinin. fnlr to fancy TAtcowi Ami heffrrf Cinnlnfr eown xnii hetfrra lltills. pUIn to t Poor to fncy el Wcrtern range ilccrt ttr .J19.WOMS5 . 1TC0M19 8S . I0 76!f..?6 . 16 00(i 19 M . 8MM51S . 7.3S6 Y.V. . . r r- io.ootuu 6.7SW1B7I - f if highest at $20.35. Why this variation in price? Because the meat from different animals varies greatly in quality and weight Although the quotations shown are in nine divisions, Swift & Company grades cattle mto 34 general classes, and each class into a variety of weights and qualities. As a result of these differences in cattle prices, (due to differences in weights and meat qualities), there is a range of 15 cents in Swift & Company's selling prices of beef carcasses. Chicago on December 30th, 1918. The list shows price ranges on nine general classified groups with a spread of $13.85 per cwt the lowest at $6.50 and the These newspaper quotations represent live cattle prices in i I I I it "In These facts explain: Why retail prices vary in different stores. 2 Why it would be difficult to regulate prices of cattle or beef. 3 Why it requires experts to judge cattle and to sell meat, so as to yield the profit of only a fraction of a cent a pound a profit too small to affect prices. 1 Si I if,- - Swift & Company, U.S. A. Kill I Jl fr ' ItKAVKIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clork It. W. King. Pollco Judge J. V. Coopor. Twcn-lowc- d. Marshal II. P. Stevens. o lOBDHVILLH. ' Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonei. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. Mnrslial Orant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOli Li:.muu County llonrd of Ktliiriitlon. K. 8. Howard. S. S o'. C. Com'th. ami Civil. proclamation was signed by nine Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Motfdny In Septombor 3d VIKW. 12 days Soviets, representing several hundred ford, Ky. Civil. sailors, thousnnd W. Duff, FordsTlllo Dlv. No. (Carried over last week.) 4th Monday In November 12 days Ky. Brother Marlow, of Fordsvlllo, Com'th. nnd Civil. London, Jan. 11. Women nro Dlv. No. 3 II. I Cnrtor, Narrows, slaughtered llko cattlo In tho street preached hero Saturdny night. COUXTV COUltT. Ky. .Mr. J. W. Danlol was tho guest ot fighting In Borlln, tho Morning Post Meets first Monday lu each month. Dlv. No 4 Itobcrt doff, Uoplno, loams from its correspondent nt relatives at Narrows Saturday nnd JiuIko Mack Cook. Ky. Stockholm. Tho majority of those Sunday. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Slovens, BearMr. O. C. Daniel sold n cow to Mr. killed anil tho total runs into .hun Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshlp. er Dam, Ky. dreds aro women, tho correspondent Ilodney Camp, n, fow days ago, for Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No. 6 Not Llndloy, Center-tow- n, $7G. says. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Miss Mnymco Fleldcn, of near Sul Around tho Ilcichstng alone fifty Jailer Worth Tlehnnor Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In corps, chiefly women, somo with bul phur Springs, is the guest of tho Tux Commissioner D. B. Ward. Fobrunry; let Monday In April; 1st babes clinging to their family of Mr. Ed Wright this week Huncyor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Au Mrs. Foan Wilson sold JG6G.29 necks, wcro carried off in ambulances Coroner E. P. Itodgors. gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st worth of poultry and eggs during tho Thursday nftcrnoon. FIHOAIi COURT. Monday In Dccomber. year 101S. "The Government" continues tho Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday County Board of Examiners 1919 dispatch, "has massed troops nnd arin January, April and October. E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Snndo-fu- r, tillery outsldo Berlin. This neces1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, W. S. Hill. sarily means much moro bloodshed, FOR FLETCHER'S Route 3. Jan. 24 nnrt 25 Common school but it can not bo helped. Tho gov2nd District Sam L. Slovens, Beav diploma examination. Hartford, ernment means business anil is er Dam. . m Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. thoroughly determined to wipe out 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. May, 9 and 10 Common school COM'ltS IiAXI) SALKH. the menace. 4th District O. W. Howe. Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllc. In the Baden elections, the first in town. May 16 nnd 17 County teachers' The master commissioner sold Germany for the national constituent (White) Hnrtford. assembly, tho voters declared over- eight tracts of land nt the court house nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. examination. May, 23 nnd 24 County teachers' whelmingly for a democratic repub- door hero tho first Monday in January. Tho land was sold by order nth District W. S. Dean. Dundee examination (rolored) Hartford. lic, rejecting the extremists. B. F. Blco, FordBvlllo. Juno, 20 and 21 County nnd Stntp of tho circuit court to satisfy Judg- 7th District B. llhoados, Hart- teachors' examination (white) Fords-lllBorlin, Jan. 11. The government ments for debts or in tho distribution 8th District ford, Bouto fi. intends to recapture tho Vorwaerts of estates. The S. P. McKInncy house nnd lot Juno, 27 and 2S County and building and the state printing works lMHTFOItU. In Boavor Dam was bought by Mrs stnto toachors' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. tonight. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. The Spartacidos havo captured the S. P. McKinnoy, and sovon town lots July, of the McKlnr.ey ostato uoro bought Ohio County Institute, ExceL-Io- r Hotel nnrt fireil on the Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowo. Hartford. Bahiinof, one of the most 'im- by J. T. Embry. Marshal E. P. Caseblor. Sept.. 19 and 20 County and The 100 acres of the Scth IJIley portant railway stations of Berlin. HOCKPOHT. State teachers' examination, (white ) Tho fighting hero has been more estate was sold to Annie Jackson for Ch'm'n. Board Jnmos Wilson. Hartford. sovero than that which took plnco in 11.000. Clerk Bushing Hunt. Tne NVolIa TIchenor land, 100 Spt. 26 and 27 County and Pint. Petrograd nt the height of tho Bus- Police Judge- - John T. Jackson toachors' examination (colored) Hart sian revolution, Tho casualties to acrea- - waa nought by Thomas Tatnm, Marshal Will Langford. ! ford. for $2, COO. date are: Tho Mrs. Welnsheluier house and Killed, 200. 'lot. In Hartford, waa bought by M. We Wounded, S00. Knock the Spots Out ofThingt liL. Heavrin. WILL YOU Total, 1,000. A- - Anderson Mur-lne house and The government has regnlnod all TAKE m Knckport, was bought u railway statiuns but one. The un-'lderground railroad Is in operation "MvnD- - Martin ami Kirk, for ?S2b 1.9 acres of the Ansel Wilson again. Strikes continue. Part of Beilin is withrut light or wator. Po- estate was bought by Earnest Wilson Fronch Dry Cktned end Prcfscd l. n TrealirenI Superl. r Manner. lice headquarters are bristling with lor $1,700. for V. EAK Ssa,9K. wK o machine guns, and the counter revoLame bnck may como from over- Send us your Garments and Ct.- v W IIINRS or - tt uij. lutionists hse ordered a. goneral lj j iirThem work, cold settled in the muscles of strike. C0H"UKPTI0 tho back, or from disease. In the In furious fighting this aftornoon CLEANED CLUAIN two formor cases tho right remedy is he government troops recaptured two It should Packages callod for and uollversA j food depots and the oillce ot tho Ballard's Snow Liniment. A quick iclif ( fur thai lirnl. tuo ilm n frrlms Iirmot couchi, paint In cluil. nlchl Tageblatt. A heavy attack by tho be rubbed in thoroughly over tho af- Til!; ak litnr or con.umriuon. II It docc ELTE PRESSING CLUP rh3ci' part, the rollef will be prompt j Spartacides on tho chancellor's palace fected oot help you It coU you nothing. q and satisfactory. Price 2Cc, 50c and was repulsed. A. Iva Nail, Prop. LoCf Oox 016 OHIO MEDICAL GO, per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co.. COLUMRIIB r The Berlin citizens' council s 51.00 nAUTFOHD. KBNTDCKT. Drug Company. m asked all Inhabitants of the capltol to arm themselves in defense against SHHKirF'S LAND SALES. u. ; j worso than In Borlln or olsowhoro. Street fighting in continuous there. . Troublo nlso Is reported from Drcs- Borlln, Jan. 11. Uolshovlkl troops ,lcn whcro tho "reds" mnrto nn uinutir cut in. an attack with hand grenades successful nttompt to solxo tho nows-n- t fuilKU il. V. oiuck, uweusboro. dawn In nn effort to storm tho l'anors llart-lurStrikes arc rnmpant In Iho Bhlnc-wn- s xahu in. Alloiuej U. K. tiumti, Uclchstag hulidlng, but tho attack ,an'1 nm! Westphnllnn town. Sporadic firing fol- repulsed. fnctorlcs hnvo had to shut clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. ,,own bocnus lh workers totaling .UuMor CouimiMtuner Otto U. MarMinister of Demobilization Noske, tin, Harttora. of tho commandant government 100'000 walked out. Iriittco Jury Fund Cnl P. Koowu, """ troops, Insists Hint n declaration of Hartford. Quick Cure Kor Croup. martini law Is necossary. W"tcli for tho first symptom, 1st Monday In March 12 days A proclamation was Issued by tho Com'th. and Civil. snllors at Kiel, domniullng tho im-- 1 ,,oarBneB" nni1 Blvo Chnmberlnin's "onieiiy at onco. It is prompt 1st Mondny in May 12 days Civil. mediate resignation of Chnnonltor l0"" In July 12 days ill 1st iMoiiuuy Klbert, Sclieldemann and Noske. The nnd offootunl. un-ma- do MOB'S TOiili OP LII-'IN BKltl.IN IS IIOItUOKWIXG DIRECTORY r 20. ed Children Cry CASTORI A ir c c. 7-- An-halt- er J I v ot -- Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR GERMINAL REMEDY "FOR Or3E MONTH i. iiiSSM ,iasHujf Wsf v-- ' K IX J.OVIXG BK.MKMBKAN't'B oi-- ' ni.Mit uttm: i ms Where thou hast gone bofore. Farewell, little Lois, On earth we'll meet nomoro, But we hope to meet you, darling. On tlmt linnnv I'nlilpn chnrn One who loved her, NOL.A C. of Mr. and Mrs Jams B.'i'.o on December 31, 191S, anil tool: fro milium a bright faced llttlo Juwel, Louis L. She was live yearn ae 1 thivy Uas old. She was only i l:t.l ou earth, but O! the sweet bloom Sn lw.iven. This lovely Burt, m yo.inf; .mil Called benco by oarl;' iloi.ii'., fair Just come to show hou twei-- t anil lair Id I'aradlso would bio mi. Death came with friendly can Tho open Bud to heaven uonvoyod, Ami bade It blossom there. But the little lips u of ton kissed Aro closed forever now. Those sparkling eyes that shono so K're sin could barm or sorrow ride Chiiiiibfrlain's Tablets. When you are troubled with Indigestion or constipation, take Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen tho stomach and enablo it to perform Its functions naturally. Indigestion is usually accompanied by constipation and is aggravated by it. Chamberlain's Tablets cmiho a gentle movement of tho bowels, reliovliit; tho con&tlpated condition. in "O-- 4. r u i CLK.Ul BIT.V. (Carried over last wook.) Mr. Pat Hoagland lost a horse last blight week. It had boon In the fumily n Btmoalh that silent tomb. long time. Mm. Fannie Murray returned Sun- That llttlo heart tout bent so high day from u visit with her mother, Free from all caro and gloom, who hns boon 111, Is hidden now from tho sho lovod Mr. Blislui Brooks has bought Rr- oBuouth that silent tomb. nost Pntton's farm, near Barnotts Crook church, and Mr. I'atton will Doar llttlo Lois wo miss you so moo into tho house with his fathor, All through tho dny where o'ro wo go. Mr. Tom I'atton. All through tho night how lonely it Mr. Tom Hnnloy Is moving hero seouiH, from Sponcor county, Indiana. Ho is No littlo hands wake ino from my moving into tho hoiibo rocently droMimi. by Mr. Bean, on tho "Bab bit Ilauoh." Mr. l'enn moved to Wo mills thuiu threoili Bll tho Daviess county. Monday. Uncle Jewut Chapmen 1h on the ilck i""r. Wo ihIm tbaw an other the aim and list tula week. floweis, Most of thu doss around Clear Run Dy u- night wjipe ever w a, are wearing tags now. I suppose Uwir little ImU, we rain yon m. they will be ashamed to kill sheep j now, after assuming su muck dignity. Tii little bed Is empty new. i0 TM Utile clothes laid b.r, Heartburn, indigestion or dUtrcss ' i loy Hotner's hon, V. n. o' the stoauck i lustnntlr relieved T 4atli's cold .11.1.3 doth lie. l Herblne. It focres the badly food out of fi bJy aud to-dp, HttlA pilgrim, to thy home. t!" ' 'tni ich t'O, ' tO-l!' 'l v bllvsful shure. fjB yo ' ei. Price COc. oM by Olilo Coiiti- "Wo Liu you Utre, but ioua wUJ com VfXM VOJl If Drf Qm, . vn-cat- vry - J- -l I .'- JBESiri' iiii: 11 iiiii uuui mu " en i 1119 Shnrlir lilt lai Socttuot It ffil.r H. rrJSi Briu CJIe. Tageblatt office most of the 200 Bed of Innd8 for tax03 thc w. ci .u . rt...i... -- . flnt a,on,,By ,n Tflrcrjph, defenders wore klled or wounded. 'this month- - Thu WM wo beIeV0 m Secnrf r- Vn..- - .,.. n-- i, ' """"' """ """ PJinunar.a f imIixF f.ill dlil nn.1 if voii taVo tlio DratiKbnu Trolnlmr, tUu iKr cm lo ft fcr i Lieltkni'cht Hepoi tt'tl Dead. the smallest numbor of la'nd salos for traiuimt tlmt lu int jn. u m ,orr You VvVflli Sr)lo slnpn tlio ,..-- ,. .vv, .... ' S V?"S'.ci'.''S."r f irn .Tnn. " 11 Cnmmlins'Pn. rntu.rt taxes mado jolti n.lttp!n m.iw rll Thn ... nrnntlro I,.. xjiuiuiiu.va I'JiMTll'll, I(U.M.M;ss l (ILL1.U1 " "' Onurwif it tiOT I'iiIumi.. k persists that Dr. Karl Liobknecht is , been adopted. rrmnrnt LniitUjninit. All tho land so sold, 1 hoinnd tif n c nfnl tnitijum, lttvtaai t m except three or four tracts, for which dead. Universal service in cabling . pai. jij jauit Auetiatiia tM the first rumor Thursda) evening cau- accommodation purchases wero matin, Jorirticnun.aMnwi tioned against giving It full credence, was bought in by tho sheriff, for LZXIHQXCH, KY. baing it was unconfirmed. It still the county and htate. It Is the duty El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Is, but the report was repeated over of tho county attorney to fllo suit And Fitting of Glasses nnd over today, and circumstantial j for possession for tho county and THE stories, tiding how tho leader of the state, of land sold, if not redeemed Mnsonlo 0WENSB0R0. K TemplB SEWINC Cerinan "reds" died, aro beginning to ' within a stipulated time, como in. Ho Is said to havo been MACtn'E' OF w shot through tho head. j LIV-VER-- LA QUALITY. Liebkuctcht's death. If It nrovc; true, is u bloody blow to the Sparta jn cidos. A woman, Bosa Luxemburg NOT I lieu uos.i ns nor uibcinics call tier I SOLO has boon hN chlpf lieutenant for U N,D E R years and will probably Htop Into his ANY shoos. Her fanatical devotion to the' OTHER of, "cause," coupled with utter fearless- NAME. lioss and llaming olociuonco, havo won ' torrorisni in Germany the majority of Attacks come when least WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Its adherents, but behind tho woman, If yon purolmso thf N!'' BOMB yoj Mill ejrpected. Directly come ill guiding, organizing and plnnnlng, was Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay oh hno u llfo ntwict nt tho prl- o you y, will always Liobknetcht's bruin. rom work for dnya by taking en Ion u notli.ivoiinciullcsHcliaiiiofrcpiilrji. nul feeling mjsJces you c when pleasant Liv- keeps y-( ausf Doomed to Km!. , m your feet, whilareliovingyourtroiil-- . Unless somo picturosauo Ilussi.in QuaL'ty that you have a Hezirfc 13 lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don, steps upon tho German stage to net take anything else. You can't nffor S 1 & Considered lr sy the time to commence tak- it-- Eliminates poisons, cleanses niii in Mcbkuecht s role the ciiu.so of thc tem ami relieves constipation. A i l'ic "reds" is, thoioforo, boliovod doomed ural remedy, natural in itsacttona, uur ing some treatment. to follow him in death, for it hah been in its effect and certain Jn results. It Ci.cjpcst larguly a personal movement personwon't bo Ioiil' beforo Lio.VoLax Wi i in (lie end completely displaco calomel in cverj ally inspired and maintained. W fi! b S? XSK flfi home. Children can tako it freely uim Tho situation In Berlin today Is de to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottle guar scribed in monger dispatches from nnteed. 60c nnd $1 in bottles. Non ,ou want a sowing machine, write for trenuino without tho likeness und sigo. our lnlikt twtaloKiio biforo j ou purchueo. that city to have been tamparatlvely IB Of Hw v r?.iV A Uiro of L. K. Grijisby. For Bulo by qulot, the fighting continues In some Ih8 New Home Sewme Matk'ne Co.. Orange, Mass. . li. WILLIAMS. parts of tho city. Tho Government B HarUor troops appear to havo tho situation ' on tho wholo, well in hand. Tho! -"-Vnnmt .. Breslau rallwuy station and police i headquarters, however, remain In the :ciq hands of the Spartacidos. Cow law .i v.JHiar ment soldiers hare seised Die Bote Fahne, Llebicnerht's official o- -r n " js a Tonic and Regulator f',' ,tl'v w Ammr . In the niedntinino the Hbort govI'ST.-'l.- t ' tit .V. ernment fac?s. a grave problem li. th recommended in Function 1 rv-. Inspoc-- I ,' ". . u.j . ise Kast, whore the yolm aro thoMMgl Dujo-'o- f.r li, i Jflllco nrojll l 4 Heart Disorders. 'Igiii of fresh Mgrwuiventas. Ubort j ii s 'i(i j.-"ii Ilhlo Co, il J i. r. . lTj. 'ft.! i3.i!" h ui sent out i:u apiH.il fur volume 'ia! I" iOUD BY ALL DBUGCI6T9 -- WJ. iiilm f.,.' .i "iln'(t Lhe Poles,' chi' -- " Ui litk.v4! i, "! t j iflntr V.' 'S.IAiJ y A h Una: v ' ' !' ivo 4 I .. iti. i 1, oi i '.ro. , etviaA MiO'CAW sr thrc.i It ' 'P " "" " ' (u- - u.h ,, "" Cm Just nov. the ...u (ini l.i tl lln- -i jmqm " ""-- the terrorists. " r""""i' r . iiOSSTS" - GOOD ni vm .V 1 ..j C .1 DR. J. H. THORPE SSSS? ! i USE mJK 1W """'nF i j ti&mmoP For Lazy Liver ano the Troubles Consiipaiion. Ver-Lw- j I avare on ft, ncmr 'i isffm 3 "'--"- Every Woman Wmita juCj 1 0' vt' '.. mxm&A i itc x "e iM v.' f s V- 1 t iUUiiUt 0 V...J iJ Dtj $&i ff- jULiiikm mx : liliMi- t i -- ' ' il fielii Itfcileili i ill ' ilillllli iiitTiiiifiirl'iiifiiLrfiifiii - ,ili j Jj. ... MjJifc tk A f. i&., I IMfKHHi mtilATtlI .i af, il.li . J , " t mm h r i - jftaVi'i iXLaL' " iJt- . M- -- " - nv-f- - ' k- 3 Big Reduction Senator Albert Loach was among mnnds a pound of candy as an apology. Wo wont onto Aus Uratchor our visitors Wednesday. about It and ta told us that it was Coleman, but wo won't risk quotMrs. H. K. Hatcher, of Dundee-- , ing Aus ngaln. visited In Owcnsboro, last week. Miss Corlnno Shults has gone to Daviess county, where she will cngago in teaching. To buy 1,000 pounds of Wanted good popcorn, ALHEIIT RIAL. Hartford. Ky. Oood clover hay for sale. Sco ski: OUR 1IIO ADS. 4 TICH BURNS, Hartford, Ky. Judgo Cook married Mr. J M. Whitehead and Miss Jennie Clark, la the county court clerk's office Wednesday. County Clerk Blankenshlp has Issued 2,227 dog tags, or four hundred more dogs than were listed with the Assessor. Mrs. S. O. Keown and Miss Maggie Marks are tho proud recipients each, of n string of heads sent them- - from Paris, by Miss Wllllo Smith. M 17 Commonwealths Attorney, C. E. The real estate fever, so prevalent Smith, returned from Owcnsboro out In the county, has now spread to Tuesday evening, and went to Green Hartford, and two important deals ville Wednesday on legal business. were made hero this wedk. L. L. Sheeting, 1 yard wide 18c Acton Brothers have sold their busHoosier Sheeting, 1 yard wide 22c Mr. G. B. Likens, of Washington iness house, near the railroad to Mr. City, has resigned ns president of the Charllo Garden. Dress Ginghams Acton Brothers 25c to 40c Citizens Bank hero and Mr. J. C. came to Hartford about five years ago Light Percale, 28 inches wide 20c Blley has been elected to fill tho va- and engaged in the grocery, hardware Dark Percale, 28 inches wide 25c cancy. ,nd furniture business, and have built During our Millinery Sale we will give a ten per 9-- 4 up a splendid trade. They are now Brown Pepperell Sheeting 60c Mr. W. W. Blloy has sold his barber putting on a sale of their stock of cent reduction on all CLOAKS and COAT 10-- 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 65c shop to D. T. Smith, of Cave City, goods, and while they have not an9-- 4 time to invest in needed SUITS. A splendid Bleech Pepperell Sheeting Hart county. Mr. Ulley has not de- nounced their future plans, It is ex65c termined upon the line of his future pected they will engage In business 10-- 4 Bleach Pepperell Sheeting PEICE. To see us 70c merchandise at a LOW again somewhere In town. We are business. About twenty ladies' new Cloaks to close DAYS will mean money not advised whether or not Mr. Car-de- n during these SPECIAL People of both tho town and counwill engage In business In the off. out at saved. DON'T FORGET THIS. Make our ty would confer a favor on us, as house purchased, but assume it will i , Call on us for your needs. well as our readers, If they would bo used as a store house, either by store your trading place for 1919. call us and report news items of pub- himself or other parties. rTy . lic Interest. Mr. A. I). White, who has been ! in the grocery and hardware business Man past thirty with horse and here for the past thirty years, has buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder sold his business house on Main per street to Mr. Tom Likens. Mr. in Ohio County. Salary 490 t month. Address 424 South Meridian Likens will use the building for a grocery and meat market. Mr. St., Indianapolis, Indiana. White will probably engage in tin Mr. Ernie Brown, formerly with mill business with Mr. J. W. Ford. tho A. C. A. here, and now manager Mr. White was In the milling business of tho Association's business at Is- hero at the old water mih, many land, spent n couple of days In Hart- yenrs ago :nJ'is one of th-- j ''est mil- CORP. ARTHUR. SHIELDS road and firing on us as wo marchod ' rs In the country. returned Sat- - ford tho first of tho week. Judge John AVRITES TO PARENTS toward thorn with bullets buzzing mm The Hartford Republican wAay tnm a B. Wilson trp to Frnnk )u8luuss around us in the ulr Just like been. FOB SALK. Our country friends who have not fort. Tho Germans were all fixed for fightOne tract of land, 55 acres, terms ..lA.NI'AHV 17 Somowhoro in France. seen a German soldier's helmet may DAY Fill ing In tho Hlndenburg line. They Apply to Capt. W. E. by observing tho reasonable. Decembor, 0th., 191S. do ao when in town If you hnvo something you want had a tunnel dug ttpder the ground U. S. A., 120 W. 17th St.,, show window of tho Ohio County Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. S, J. Shields. which was about four htuidred yards tf., H. ft E. It. R. TIME TABLB. to sefl advertise It In tho Hartford Drug Company, or a desk la the Bank Owcnsboro, Ky., or L. D. Bennett, Dear Parents: With tho groatost long, In the middle of which was u Hopubllcan. It. F. D. No. 3, Hartford, Ky. 27tl onth Bound, No. 116 of Hartford. I will wrlto you a low of pleasure channel which small boats could .U:0C a. m. r,a at TTnrtfnrrt lines to let you know that I am well. travel. It reached from tho railroad Son r'nniwr Urns' bill ad on third -- v .i. Ti..-- .t Mn 114 OLD BUSINESS FIJtM. " nunu uuuuu, w. Mrs. S. K. Cox wont to Owcnsboro Hope this letter wilt find you all en-- f to the town which was .Bollecourt 8.45, p. m. page this weuk. Their bargain sales Saturday to attend tho burial of her Due at Hartford Joying the very best of health. ... or .it iiiu They had rooms in tho sides of this Thomas Brothers, grocorymen, Is Trains.) will coiiiiuuu iiiuii .i... -- u (Both "Mixed" sister, Mrs. Bottle Lamar, who died I am in a rest camp now near very nice for the In Detroit, Michigan. Tho remains the oldest business firm in Hartford Segrle Vinrle, France. I havo not tunnel which were soldiers. They also had a place fixed They have been continuously in the George Barnes and of Mrs. Lamar were burled In Tho families of d MM grocory business since 1S78. They been to tho lino slnco October 19th., where they took all of tho dead GerMitchell Baldwin, on tho Beaver Dam cemetery. when we mado our last drive. My mans and made oil, soap and fertilisucceeded L. J. Lyon. Tho firm was i: pike, aro afflicted with lnlluenza. experience In tho trenches was zer which sure was somo sight to Personal News oiiglnally composed of John and Po- first Major Charllo Doweesc, of Ft., In Belgium, near Ypres. It was see for there was the chopping block or, and when Ellis, a younger brother, Mr. E. I Foreman, of Narrows, Dodgo. Iowa, called to seo us AV'edncs-daas tho Ypres front. Perhaps whero thoy cut them up and tho grow up, he was also taken Into the known and Social Events. !: was tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. The Major Is on a fifteen days you havo read about it in tho papor. Foster Bennett, Sunday and Monday. furlough and will return to his post firm. Ellis died somo years ago and Although we did not go over the top kettles whero they had been boiling them. There was also a pile of Gertoday. He oxpects to be released John and Pete still continue the busi- while wo wero In Belgium, wo went mans lying there so you sco that ness. Mr. John Thomas, tho senior Dr. Ev B. Pendleton has been mus- from tho sorvlco soon. In the trenches to hold tho lino. Our Gormany is not a civilized country. member of tho firm has been continspent Tuesday and tered out of tho military service, at Mr. TIco Burns experience over the top was the They are the most cruel and savage uously in business lu Hartford sluco first Wednesday lu Owcnsboro. Camp tlreenleaf, Ga., and returnod Mr. Grant Day, of Sulphur.Sprlngs. 1S5.1. Ho originally engaged in tho drive we mado on tho 29 of Sept. It looking rascals I over saw. They . homo Sundny. was horo Friday. Mr. Day said he saddlery and harness business. Dur- was ono of tho largest battles that would stay injhelr machine gun post Shorltt S. A. Uratchor was in had no special business in town, but ing the war Lyons men came through was fought, the battlo that broke the and shoot at us until they saw that on husluess, Tuesday. Miss Hattlo Johnson and Mr. Harry as it was his fiftieth birthday he Hartford and took, the last brldlo and Hlndenburg line, one of tho stronger they couldn't stop us then they would, points the Germans had. Tho Britis. . throw their guns down and scream woro tho wanted to go somowhoro and decidof Providence, saddle in Mr. Thomas' shop. Lyon Wells, of Fordsvlllo, Johnson, Mrs. Annlo six times t "mercy Kamared! mercy Kamared! wcok end guests of tho family of Mr. ed to como to Hartford. was paying no bills, and Mr. Thomas nd Australians had tried visited In Owcnsboro last week. break this lino but failed and It wa with their hands up. I folt like 1'orry Sandofur. had to start his business all over broken by the 30th Division. Tho punching my bayonet through them, Mrs. Margaret Mains, of Beaver again. of Fordsvlllo, -I '. m. Ulla TVnnlr Tfnlmrts. , unit to which I belong. It Is said to but we had orders to take them L. Brooks and Lorenzo Dam, advises us that wo wero in orror Messrs. E. aB in Louisville, Saturday. fighting Division In prisoners when they surronderod. bo the best Hoovor were tho guosts of Mr. and in reporting her son, Sergt. Charles When vou nave Backacho tho liver L. Brooks, in Owonsboro, tho C. Mains, as killed in France. Tho or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear France. Wo havo been In nine Wo havo captured lots of Germans Mrs. J. IiMr. S. L. King, local manager of tho young man died in Franco, but his Try Sanol, It does wonders for the drives slnco we have been In France and lots of their machino guns and n a went to Loulsvlllo Monday first of tho wcok. liver, kidneys and bladder A trial and I havo led a squad over the top have also captured 7 death was duo to pneumonia. JnTW "' ' several heavy ar50c bottle will convince you. Get It every time except the last time wo tillery guns. Tho Germans wero Mr. W. M. Heflln, who recently 46-building, at tho drug Btore Tho $12,000 High school went over. In tho last drive I was farming on the land wo took from Tho members of tho Soldiers' Monmoved to Owcnsboro from this counat Morgantown, burned last week. in charge of a platoon. I must say I thorn. Thoy had some wheat sowed ty, was In Hartford transacting somo ument Committee will appreciate a RED CROSS NOTES. havo been lucky to go through what and lots of land turned preparing report of data, by their families, of Friday and Saturday. store every artlclo In stock business, Now get hurt. Tho fourth for a crop next year. Ella , Mao all Ohio county soldiers who were Tho ladles aro now sowing every I have and not absolutely now. oft wanted to know it I was with any of Tho bank of Hartford has Installed killed In battlo or died of wounds afternoon, at the Red Cross rooms, platoon of Co. A. 120 Inf., camo W. II. BAIZE. tho front at ono time with only nine tho home boys, I am not. I am during finishing the pajamas. new fixtures, and now has ono of tho in curred in battlo, In Europe knock- with tho boys from South Carolina, Tho knitters have just turned In a men, all tho rest having been and nicest furnlturo equipments among tho war Just closod. A comploto lino of shirts, tlos ed off and I was ono of tho nine. Wo North Carolina, Tenn., and some from tho small town banks of tho state. nice lot of knitted garments, to be wero relieved and wont back to a Kentucky but I never knew any of collars at Rev. Russoll Walker returned yes- shipped within a few days. W. H. BAIZE'S now store. rest camp and stayed five days then them uncll I camo into sorvlco. I In terday from a visit with relatives On account of a break down At an oxocutive meeting of tho Red tho water works tho Baptist church near Pattieville. While visiting In Cross chapter, Mrs. John B. Wilson wo reorganized and went liUo battle am getting along with all the boys aro carrying somo Interesting was Wo flno and find they are all good fightnnablo to have steam heat Sun- that section Brother Walker married resigned as chairman of tho Junior again. tho Bocond Tho greatest battlo of all was. the ers. Tho war is about over, I think homo news features on day, nnd hold services at tho court Mr. Bonnie Walker and Miss Ether Red Cross Auxllary, and Miss Bell Hlndenburg but of course some of the boys will pago this wcok. hoiiHO. Muffett. Tho wedding occurred on Walkor was elected to fill the vacan- battlo that broke tho Wo havo to stay ovor for somo tlme'yet. line, near Bellecourt, Franco. cy. tho groom's birthday. in 1 don't know whether I will bo one of For quality try my lino of Diamond Mr. W. M. Flolderer, tho olllclont Miss Mngglo Marks resigned ns wont over and caught the Germans Wo would toss a smoke the boys to stay or not and of course tho dugouts. Island groceries. None better. prescription clerk for tho Ohio county At tho annual meeting of tho Board Secretary of tho Ohio county Red W. II. BAIZE. Gor-mnI would rather come homo but it I Drug Company, went to Loulsvllio of Directors of tho Farmers Dnt.k, of Cross Chapter, a position she has bomb into tho dugout and the would come running out with am called upon to stay I am not llko credibly held sinco tho organization appropriately Sunday to spend a few dnys with his Centertown, W. II. Bean was up howllowlng "Knmred, the fellow who says ho can not stay. Jailor Tlchonor very of tho Chapter, and Miss Elizabeth tholr hands President, J. N. Nail court house mother. We would search I was corporal of the guard last mercy Kamared." lowered tho flag In tho Alvln Rowo Cashier and tho Monro was elected Secretary. Also death of souvenirs off night, also today and as it Is time to yard to half mast upon tho Miss Moore was given a substanclal them and take all the Commonwealths Attorney, C. E. position of assistant cashier was of them and send them to the rear post my relief I will bring my letter Colonol Roosevelt. to which Alvln Rowo was Increase In salary as secretary of the Smith, who Is engaged In a two weeks court, choson. Civilian Roliof Committee. Judge J. with one or two Americans to show to n clpso. With best regards to tho fellow who term of tho Daviess criminal A way. Tho Germans are all. H J i Btrango that S. Glenn was allowed $100 for rent them tho grocery bill pout Saturday night and Sunday with not fair fighters, us long ns thoy can bera to pay his CORP. ARTHUR B. SHIELDS his family horo. Aus Rratchcrowes Lum Coleman, of tho rooms for Red Cross work. pay his got In a trench or any other placo Co. A. 120 Inf., 30th Dlv. American month will forget to of Itockport, nn apology. Aim told us year. you can't get anf chanco at Expeditionary Forces, A. P. O. 749. per bill onco a Chailio Barnard, son of Mr. May-woi- n story, which wo published Inst wook, Do you get up at night? Sanol is whero if coming to Hartford surely tbe best for all kidney or blad- them, thoy will fight, but after we Barnard formorly of Hartford, of Mr. Coleman o.,-nn...-- i nt Dundee was troubles. Sanol gives relief lu recently from Franco bring- and buying a dog tag just to humor der hours form all backache and blad- run thorn out of tholr trenches we 24 and renewed his suu-nj- il returnod Friday pretty French wlfo ills wife and children'', and now Mr. der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed put them back In a hurry. I havo Mr. ing with him a FOR FLETCHER'S across an open field In sight of to Tho Hopubllcan. Mr. Baruord Is now living at Ada, Coleman writous that he has neith- remedy. COc and f 1.00 a bottle at wont who were in a sunken been taking this pap.r Oklahoma. the Germans 46-has . er wife, children nor dog, and de- - the drug store. '?iutinuouly. since Its first issue. In order to close out our entire stock of millind hats ery, including shapes and THURSwe have placed the stock on sale for DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAYat 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 withdraw;!. ready-trimme- Tho Republican comes to Its road-er- a with ton pages this week, which was mado necessary by tho largest volumo of advertising ever carried by an Ohio County newspaper. Last week our volumo of local news was reducfd by reason of tho largo number of space udvortlsmcnts carried, and when the. advertising volume was even greater this week than lust we docldcd rather than rob our patrons of news feature we would incur the extra expense of two additional pages. Note tbe bargains offored In tho page ads of Cooper Brothors and .Barnes Drothors, of Heaver Dam, Acton Brothers, of Hartford, and of S. J. Tlchenor, of McHenry. A big line of bargains aro offered In these advertisements and a careful reading of them may save you money. At least see If they have what you want FOB SALK. Lot and two story brick storehouse, good condition and most desirable location. Address Box 321, Hartford, or apply at this office. 21tf. IIUSIXKSH RKALS. You Gain By Buying At Home Our buying position is such that we are able to assure all our patrons of our ability to meet any and Frieda, little daughter of Moso Du-va- ll, of Heaver Dam, died of pneumonia Saturday. Her remains were buried nt Sunnydale Sunday. all competition, quality considered. We are here on the ground, at your command, to render the best possible service. We aim to carry 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 few items : Co&i Suits And Coats I&3R&G& ! Carson (& Co. tp Hartford, Ky. I Elm-woo- y. ro yr ts cro-ate- d, th fuJrt, yr Children Ory CAST. O.R. A A 4i t T. TICHENOR'S lArrM bin mm mm MM Vsm H&i IB&U&fl "V mm 1 Appreciating the business given us during 1918, we are going to give you, and too, in face of the fact that nearly all articles of Merchandise offered for sale are advancing, the opportunity to purchase seasonable Every shrewd buyer should attend this goods at less, in many purchases, than they can be bought for Appreciation Sale which to-da- y. SALE! lUIi h mm r ki BEGINS All Char $29.00 Ladies' Coat Suits $25.00 Ladies' Coat Suits $19.00 Ladies' Coat $15.50 Misses' Coats $11.00 Misses' Coats $7.00 Misses Coats $11.00 Children's Coats $10.00 Children's Coats $9.00 Children's Coats $7.00 Children's Cloaks. . .r $5.00 Children's Cloaks $2.25 Misses' Raincoats $3.50 Boys' Raincoats $10.00 Boys' Overcoats $5.00 Boys' Overcoats $23.00 19.00 15.00 11.00 8.25 5.00 8.00 7.50 7.00 5.00 4.00 1.75 - 23 ales- Made .& Etc. $2.25 per yard Silk S2.00 per yard Silk $1.00 per yard Wash Silk SOc per yard Wash Silk 75c per yard Wash Silk FEB. 1 : . y rr at Re ular Prices f Wool Dress Goods. $2.50 $1.75 $1.25 $ .90 Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits. Silks Wash, Dress Goods, $1.70 1.60 80c 65c 60c 40c 45c 75c $1.00 $1.50 $1.75 30c $2.50 $2.25 $1.90- Ladies' Waists and Dresses. $6.50 $4.50 $3.50 $8.00 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 $1.25 $2.25 $1.75 $2.00 $1.50 $1.75 $1.50 $2.00 $2.75 $2.25 J" 50c per yard Table Linen ... i 2.50 7.00 3.50 Ladies' Skirts and Underskirts. per yard Table Linen. $1.00 per yard Table Linen $1.25 per yard Table Linen $2.00 per yard Table Linen $2.25 per yard Table Linen 40c per yard Indian Head $3.50 Counterpanes $3.00 Counterpanes $2.50 Counterpanes 10c Embroidery 15c Embroidery 20c Embroidery GOc .. Waists Waists Waists Waists Waists Waists Waists Waists Dresses Dresses Misses Dresses Misses Dresses Blouses Kimonos Kimonos Kimonos Outing Gowns $5.25 3.50 2.50 2.25 ,. 2.00 1.75 1.20 1.00 1.90 1.40 1.65 per per per per $ .75 per yard yard yard yard yard $1.75 1.40 85 65 X X 50 5 Hose and Half Hose. Half Hose 60c 50c Men's Half Hose 40c 40c Men's Half Hose 30c 25c Men's Half Hose 20c $1.00 Ladies' Hose 75c 75c Ladies' Hose 60c SOc Ladies' Hose 40c 40c Ladies' Hose 30c 35c adies' Fleece Hose 25c 25c Ladies' Hose 20c Same discount on Boys' and Misses' Hose. 75c Men's J J 8c 10c 15c 1.25 1.25 1.00 1.50 2.00 1.75 J J T J X 'fc : t $11.00 Ladies' Skirts $9.00 Ladies' Skirts $8.50 Ladies' Skirts $6.50 Ladies' Skirts $4.50 Ladies' Underskirts $2.75 Ladies' Underskirts $2.00 Ladies' Underskirts $1.50 Ladies' Underskirts $9.00 7.00 6.50 5.00 3.25 2.00 1.50 1.25 Best Gingham Best Outing Hope Bleach 32c 25c 25c Men's Work Shirts and Dress Shirts. $1.75 $1.50 $1.25 $0.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 - Hats and Caps. $4.00 $3.50 $2.50 $2.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 Ties and Tie Sets. $2.00 Ties and Half Hose Set $1.50 $1.50 Tie and Handkerchief Set. . 1.00 1.10 $1.50 Men's Ties S1.25 Men's Ties 1.00 75c Men's Ties 50c SOc Men's Ties 40c 40c Men's Ties 30c Millinery Department. All Hats at half price. Ribbons and other goods 20 per cent off. Work Shirts Work Shirts Work Shirts Silk Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts. Men's Shuts Men's Shirts $1.50 .....'... 1.25 1.00 5.00 3.00 2.50 1.50 Men's Hats Men's Hats Men's Hats Men's Hats Men's Caps Men's Caps Men's Caps $3.25 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.75 1.50 1.15 J J X 1.25 1.00 Men's Caps Men's Caps .75 Men's Caps $ $ .50 Men's Caps 1.00 75 I 50 40 T are fully appreciative of the business given us during 1918, and it is our purpose and intention to serve you more faithfully during this year. We place our store and force at your service, and you will find us always glad to advise with We mfV JHjjBrw J t I ir ,R s . We even invite you to bring to us you on any subject, and especially points relative to the purchase of merchandise. your mail orders, and if we do not show you a saving with immediate service and better attention, and money to be had on returned purchases without waiting, we will frankly admit it and let your order have its course. You may need us sometime when you do not have money for your immediate purchases, then let us have the opportunity to serve you first, if we can show to your satisfaction that our prices are no higher. If you are our cuistomer, meet us at this sale and let us get closer together. If you have not been our customer, visit us anyway, bearing in mind that the business relations of men of the same community should be mutual, and that by getting closer together our obligations will be lighter. We wish you a prosperous year and again offer you our service, with the hope of an increased and more profitable business to you. ; tJMm VWf m XJP 0 McHENRY, ICHE NOR KENTUCKY. PV41 ! U M , r.UsmM- -- 4jihiSWICMM .IV. T -- 'rF' T" ""V-JL-J- " - r u.. s v nlly contain ono or moro of tho choml-ca- ls COUNTY AGENT MAKES known ns borax, boric acid, or salicylic acid. Harmful results aro II I! I FOR YEAR 1918 especially likely to follow tho uso of food containing theso preservatives by tho very young, tho uged or tho feo-blMMMCnnntl IRTIllill Dr.ichtM.i .m& P-nnd others of weak digestion. M bid Ing It posslhlo for tho buyers to Ynttio Of lilino. Year Just Past Has Been Sif) rfV S. Department of Agriculture. produced on carload lots of uniform guaranteed U. t'iolds treated with llmo A Busy One For W.W. and Children. tons of cured liny uunllty. Tho fnrm bureau hired tho i an avcrnno of 1 Kind of PowN To Keep. Browder built in sultablo stock .an aero moro limn uulitncd flclds In auctioneer, usually desire not Householders tents of ground limestone, burned scales, and built tho necessary pons only eggs for tho tablo and for cookfen ffi i llmo, nml liyilratcd lime, conducted Payments for stock sold wero inaila ing, but also an occasional chicken to In cash to tho fnrm bureau, which Hon. Mnck Cook, County .Tudgo and by the fnrm bureau through the counr.i?m oat. For this reason ono of tho Members of Fiscal Court of Ohio Co. FJ ty .iRont In Chomiing County, N. Y. deducted 1 per cent to cover expenses. breeds, such as tho Ply,'- - Ujs f Tho fnrmorfl secured from 1 to 3 Oentlemon: A f.irmcr who lined n ton of ground CLNT. mouth Hock, Wyandotte, Uhodo IsAI.GOHOI.-0- T With the ending of tho year 1918 limiwtonu to the aero secured 1,840 cents a pound moro by selling In tho land Iloil, or Orpington, Is profcrnblo AVcyJetau' 'rrcnaralifntbnVi u . I wish to mnko to you my nnnual auction sales than by iKiiimls of cured liay, compared to ' !" r.!niilrtliii''-l!i:Iuto tho smaller egg breeds, such ai of tho work dono In tho county pounds on mi uttlimotl acre. An- any other means. tho Lcghorna. Not only do tho ma-tu- for that period. other, who applied 700 pounds of fowls of theso breeds, because-oTho year has been full of troubles lmproirs Vntlclfus of Soy Ileniis. llmo to nn acre, obtained tholr larger sizo, inuko bettor tablo and worries cnuscd by tho nwfulnoss I j lltcrcby ITomohn.' pound ngaliiMl 1,401 pounds on Tho Increasing utilization of tho fowls thnn tho Loghorns, but tho in nnllinod ucro. A third fanner noy boun nn food nnd In numerous young chickens for tho samo reason of war and dlsonsc, war, by taking so aiccrfuln.-san(,,'-,i .cit .t ton of burned llmo to the ncro manufactured products has resulted mako bolter frleri and roastors, many of our boys from home, dlsonse, iioKherOnram.to'rrJaiwi"- by the great scourgo of influenza mil outlined ;!,IO0 pound, compared In nu Increased public inturost In this Miticrnt.NoTNMCOi, whoroas chickens of the egg lirocda which swept our whole land, with so crop and a consequent lnrgor acreage. to 1,040 pounds on unlliiied land. are only sultablo for tho smaller much HlcknoM nnd death, In connecTho United States Department of broilers. tion with tho war took so many of l J3 t iiiiuiiiinll) 'uultry Itiilsing Kncour- - Agriculture has extended Its floltl ' Jixlml'thttt I? our people from tho activities of life, work with soy beans during tho past IIRCll. hVlf I'Ycdcr for Hogs. car, especially In connection with HM... Tnirnrann f'iltnlv Mllfl. fnrm leaving our farms short of tho neces- Tho formation of community poulI'vrji ltd HIS. bureau; through the county agent, , try breeding usiiocIntlonB Is bulng on- - tho testing of Improved varletlos suits. Yet wo have been Vh'ervrrtn tunr from numerous Introductions oiiragod by tho llureau of Anlmnl has Just completed a profitable self- AnclprulnWyfcr l.iduitry of tho United States Dopnrt- -. from Asia. Much hybridization in- feeder demonstration for hogs. Ten able to do our shnro in the producof nil kinds of foods. Wo havo GonallpnllonandDwrrhoM. of Agriculture as u part of Its volving tho crossing of tho noiiBlinl- - 'pigs from ono litter wero fed skimmed tion . a niiinnlli onrt tflfii ntniiilnfil mado splendid crops of corn, wheat, ... .............. "-to auiixi in improung huck-- j tniliii i .in milk nnd allowed to eat at will from oats, hay l! and tobacco and havo proloss or SAMP .md making poultry raising moro nt-- 1 commercial sorts has been dono. n containing bran, shlp- resuiUniilhcrcfr3rinI:far.tduced moro meat In cattlo, hogs and of the most important pig3 Prominent umong tho tractive stuff, and hominy meal. Tho '.3 " r 5 rncSirailcSinaturcoC of community Intorcat in ctles now grown aro the result of tho farrowed March 1 and sold on Octo- sheep than ever before, and in n groat many cases havo been building rcccnt-ftto- rt betu-poultry aro concentration of j department's work. Sovcral an avcrago daily ber 22. They made up our lands and homes. aro tho Haberlnndt. gain, from on ono variety, opportunities ly distributed date of birth, of 0.93 5! Tho following report will give you Virginia, Wilson-FivHahto, Ulloxi, pound. Tho total cost of feed was for rolleetlvo ninrkctlug. economy In S0r NIvV WJiiM Iiiij.mr nnd selling breeding stock. Manchii and Peking. The testing of $200. Tho weight of tho hogs at sell some Idea of what your county gent tic .mil Increased skill In poultry manago- - varieties for rood purposes lias given ing tlmo was 2,100 pounds, or an has been doing in tho county during iiit?. SnPa i fry. JoJtvi S tho past year, which would havo been "HCS bean, Kasy Cook, n SsKu p nient. Already 4 8 poultry-breedin- g n vertigo of 21C pounds each. Tho i 'J i r : j greater, wero It possible, and had It to any other tested, and the hnvo been formed. In l'crlor received $18.50 a hundred, farmer A Irgtnla Plymouth Kock j Hahto, a variety especially valuable $.199.00 for tho lot, making a net not been for the many duties Imposed a llarred association has developed a coopera- - for uso ns a green vegetable. Hrccd-tlv- e prlflt of $199. CO, or $19.9Gper head. on him by tho war and which could Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUII COMPANY. HEW YORK CITY. not be helped, but nevertheless took with , selling plan of n sizo that re- - ing work is being continued a up a considerable amount of hu llmo - varieties of high oil and protein con- iulres a malinger to handle tho busl- ' Cured At A Cost Of 25 Cents. . . .. ilnttl During tho year the following work " ness. organizations or mis Kinu are Innl nml hlnh fnrn ifro "i ti act nil ,... " " "Klght years ago when wo first wss done. not only beneficial to the members, moved to Mattoon, I was a great sufCGG visits wero mado to DemonPoultry Studies Wide In Scope. lmt by stimulating a lnrgor output of ferer from indigestion and constipa- strators, Farmers and Business men tho tion," writes Mrs. Kobert Allls-in- . they In its efforts to encourage poultry products broad developoment of poultry rais- Mattoon, 111. "I bad frequent ncad-ache- s 194 visits were mado to Agricultural Ix'tielit the public as well. Club members. 1211 Interviews and. ing In tho United States, tho llureau and dizzy spells, and there was 904 Teler..,. ir.i.rM. 'or Animal industry or tno unucti a feeling like a heavy weight pressing Consultations were held. ..i.,,!....!.... iii,.i. phone calls wero answered. In a campaign to letlro scrub bulls 'States Department of Agriculturo is on my stomach and chest all tho time. Day and night meetings of Farm' Every morsel of from tho bonis of tho stnto. seven conducting Investigations to establish I felt miserable. No Money raising many vn-I- food distressed me. I could not rest ers Clubs and others were held, S2G7 best methods of inAdvnnco Wisconsin count!. have made plans persons in attendance at these meet-nig- s. Sallslno follow tho exann.lo of Fond ilu I.ac rletlcs of fowls. Tho present scopo at night and felt tired and worn out " Making n total of personal lion Guar tho work Includes not only tho nil the time. Ono bottlo of Cham i'ounty. which In ono month placed entood visits, consultations and meetings of A ". pure-bre- d sires on farms, 3S going feeding, breeding, and care of pigeons berlain's Tablets cured me an 1 I have all kinds of 30G7. Making a grand lAiiveBtNet squabs, guineas, turkeys nnd since felt llko a different person." m o-to herds Hint never before had hail "nil total of 11,334 persons reached Prico a pure bred .sires. Tho drive against '"any other birds, Including ostriches through the above visits, consultaHKCKXT liANII SAIXS. mtjIi sires was htarted at the Decern- - Tho flesh of squabs, turkeys, guineas. Terras A tions and meetings. Official 255S county Kso anl '1,lcUs mukc3 a Pleasing conference of Wisconsin Saving of variety In tho diet, and with wild C W and Circular letters were written, 791 J. H. Stevens, Prentiss, to S10O to i.K nts. and is In charge or n steer-- 1 Bulletins were sent out, 2 GO hogs !?200 lug commltteo representing the c- - f'wa ow becoming less available, it Stevens 41 acres, $1,500. From Fic . A. ETARCK (!. W. Shults, Wysox, to J. H. 3to- were vaccinated against cholera with t r !on or sonlce. tho State college Is important that a sufficient number tory Direct serum alone, 42 cattlo wero Inoccu-Icte- d leading stockmon, and'"' domestic birds be raised to keep vens 140 acres, $1,S00. ,i;r!eulturo. for blackleg. 5,284 miles were Nancy E. Wilson, CO acres on Mud- H'hcUls of farmer's organizations, tho market constantly supplied. Tho IH YOUR traveled In tho work. believe that tho cllnilnntlon ' Problem now Is chiefly ono of farm dy Creek, to W. II. Murphy, ?100 Urn ikrs OWN HOME Ve have carried on demonstraproduction, which requires export and other valuable consideration. f Pip scrub and grade slro will groat-- 1 We will ship you a SO Piano free trial. In tions in wheat, corn, oats, tobacco, home. No cash payment beautiful Starckwe ask forthat days' will play upon, your 'knowledge if adequate- supplies aro to required. All Dottle II. Stevens and others to A. you Is uso t Improvo their markets, and np- ye, soy beans, alfalfa, crimson clover, nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the continued, M. Harnett, lot in Hartford, $l,S0O. buyers visit-- 1 highest grade, sweetest tonJ and finest plane in every way, that you havo ever prod ite that seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send Nanio E. Daniels, Boa'er Dam, to sweet clover, red clover, winter vetch, and we will. In that lug Wisconsin for dairy cows Insist event, pay the freight both ways. T 1b Starck Visno must make good wlta you. orchards, limes, fertilizer, soil buildA .oclntlons Dotelope Itapldly. G. T. Daniels 42 acres, $S00. or there is no sale. Unit bulls. stock sired by pure-bre- d A. J. Cummings, Dundoo, to Dr. J. ing, cattle feeding and hog feeding. Tho first bull association In the Save $150.00 or Mora Easy Payments In our Boys' and Girls' Club wo had was organized In 190S A. Duff 28 acres, $2,900. We thlp direct to you from our factory, tt Ton pay no cash down, but after 80 day Auction United States Mnncj llj I.Ur-Stm- k Male G soy bean, 1 potaprices that tae you upwards o' $150.00 in Jio of trial, you can begin payment on the lowG. W. Baldwin, lot in Echols, to N. 14 corn members, Live-stoc- k cost of your piano. We guarantee to (urnUli est, easict terms ever suggested by a piano auction sales wero held V the Michigan Agricultural College. to, 4 tobacco, 3 beef calf, 24 pig and manufacturer. These terms are arranged to jou a better piano for the money than you can was a cooperative venturo similar W. Dockery, $300. 1hU year by tho Kern County, Cnl , It suit your convcnInce, and it is possible for stcure e'.swliere. You arc assured of receiving W. P. Midkiff. Hartford, to Her- 24 poultry members, a total enrollexisted in Europe you to buy a piano for jour home, without a satisfactory tweet: tontd durable high grade farm bureau. This Idea was woith " those which have On ment of 7G members, a great number piano. missi.ig the money, , July 1, 1917, bert W. Burton 14 acres, $500. time. 1K $1.10,000 to some California farmers for aiaro 4R.Vai Bnaril J. D. Duke, tract on Nocreek, to of which not only did their work fine, County secur- -' U'ero woro In this country 3C active Player-HaIn 1918. When Kern but studied their Agricultural lessons 2nd- - Hand Bargain 34 acres, $1,100. Every Starck Piano U Starck ar p1 tho sen Ices as county agent of associations In 17 states, with a total Oma Shown suaranteed for 25 yean. We hate constantly on hand the best and most beautiCooper, lot in Fordsvllle, to that we gavo them In connection with J. D. has back This a large number of slightly used flcorgo S. Kroutzcr, of Australia, ho membership of l.lfiS, owning 1S9 ful PItver Plane an the tho work, and took final examinaof It our 35 yean of plane and necond hand pianos of ail J. W. Odell, $750. d market. iou win' dc & bulls. Theso experience, and the reputold bow tho farmers in that com- - mire-brestandard makes ULen in exlighted with the many exCortis G. Bennett nnd others to tions, standing high up in their change for new Starck Fii-- ss tation of nn old established, clusive features of the county on certnin days organizations cnnblo the owners of inutilty In that responsible piano bsusc. The followand wonderful Instruments, and herds to unlto In tho purchase Hupert Bennett, tract on Nocreek 50 grades, thereby securing certificates ing are a few sample bargains: brought their llvo stock to a central s""" will be pleased with the of merit from the Collego of Agrimay acres, $1,000. 60 Frei Musto very low prices at wWca Weber .... ,...$110.00 market plnco. where It was gathered f ono good bull, so that each culture at Lexington showing the B. P. Taj lor. Hartford, to C. M Lessons Steinway 92.00 tney can be secured. a registered bull of in carload lots of llko quality nnd own n sharo InThough work and grades they secured in tho Piano Boek Frcs. Checkering 90.00 Ta every purchaser of Parmer 57 acres,$l,000. qunllty. still In Its B Tho Kom County sold at auction. Send today for our new Starck Pianos, v, e give free Kimball 95.00 T. C. Stratton, Cromwell, to Samuel work, and wo aro expecting great rebull assocla-tralla- n beautifully Illustrated plaao music lessons, in one of - fancy, tho 195.00 book which gics you a bureau held a sale on tho AusStarck sults In the futuro from these boys the best known schools in promises to becoino Brown 50 acres, $100. Chicago. These lessons you large amount of Informaplan nnd afterwards form- - tion movement Send for our latest complete can take la your own home, tion regarding pianos. This very grent factor In tho Mrs. Fannio Blair, lot in Hartford, nnd girls. Thero aro many things bargain list. il an auction sales plan department. oventunlly a by mall. This represents uuok I would llko to Incorporate In this win interest ana r to Logan Babbitt, $050. please you. Write today. one year's free instruction. I Tho rami bureau centers on certnin Improvement of dairy cattle in tho to report, but I could not tell it all if I Itobort Simpson, lot in Render, 1813 SUrck Dldg.. CHICAC P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. designated days brought in their live United States, try, and it would mako it wero to Boston Butler, $500. stock for salo at local railroad sta-- , ' Sam T. Daniel. Oluton. to B. W. too long, so I leavo this with you. Dangerous, Tho county agent notified tho CiiiiiiIiik Prc"crwitlcs lions For tho year 1919 we hope to do Qulnsenborry, 95 ncrcs, $1,000. packing eomjanles of tho dates and j The uso of commercial presorva-placEquality, to tho greatest yoars work wo havo oyW. C. Bullock, lot in of the sales and nsked thoin lives" of any kind in canning is not er done. With tho war closed and II. Addington, $1,300. to r,end representatives. A commit- - only necessary but may bo dangerous. J. M. II. Murphrce, to W. our people returning to regular vaHnrtford. reappointed from thu farm bureau, Tho most commonly known proservn-udghe- d Re ublica-i- . All cations wo hopo to sco greater imV. Acton, 102 acres, $9,000. nnd graded tho stock, male- - tives and "canning powders" usu- Dollah C. Banncy, Cromwell, to provements than wo havo ever seen before. Roscoo Wilson 75 acres, $1,C00. Bakorsvlllo, California, last weok. Wo hnvo already, Installed In tho Ada Embry and othor3 to Cecil Mr. M. II. Ucasley delivered Ills toCounty, ono plant for tho crushing Taylor, Horso Branch tract, $2,500. bacco to Owensboro last weok. W. II. Parks tract near Priedaland, of llmo st one for agricultural purMr. Joo Wilson, of Ilutlcr county, poses and hopo to havo sovoral moro to Wonis Park, 71 acres, $1150, returned homo Monday, after a W, L. Sheffield, Hartford, to Jas. put in during tho year, as wo con- wcok'si stay with friends anil relatives sider this ono of tho greatest works in Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite R. Miller, 72 acres, $3,200. this neighborhood. that can bo dono for tho farmer, fort Mrs. Haust Austin died Sunday, o a long wliile I suffered willi stomach trouble. I would we want to sco these lands htillt up Plourlsy Pains aro located Just have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most and was burled at Shultstown gravo-yar- il disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with tho short ribs. Lumbago offects and tho homes Improved, more and Monday. butter.oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have tho samo region but toward tho back. better stock, until wo mako this tho Mrs. Joo Fulton and Iilna Hoops DICTIONARIES are in use by busiI had used pills and tablets, but regular sick headache. Ballard's Snow Llulmont Is tho rome-d- y best county in tho Stnto. woro guesta of Mrs M. M. Heasloy ness men, engineers, bankers, We aro hoping this year to get after a course of these, I would be constipated: It just In ojther caso. If rubbqd in thorjudses, architects, physicians, Monday. seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were oughly it cases pain, rolaxes the inns-clc- 3 our alfalfa ncrcago incroascd very farmers, teachers, librarians, Mr. Cephas Itaymer moved to a by successful men and no good at all for my trouble. I heard and tho patlont can movo nbout materially as well ns soy beans and farm below Haroford, last weok. Women, tho wcrld ootr. freely and comfortably. Prico 25c, red and sweet clovor, nil of which Mr. Itobort China has returned THSDFOESD'S 50c and $1.00 por bottle. Hold by uro neoded so much here to help from New Orleans, where ho had been Are You Equipped to Win? restore our lands and furnish feed m Ohio County Drug Co. Tho New International provides past six months. lu camp for tho P3JSLS for our stock. Wo want to sco the the means to success. It is on teacher, a universal quessheep Industry much increased on tho TRUSTEES TO ORGANIZE. tion answerer. hill farms and to this end I will strlvo JOHN WHITE & CO. If you seek efficiency and nd as best I can. Superintendent Howard has vanccmen t why no t mako dally LOUISVILLE, KY. Wishing you nil a "Happy nnd to facilitate tho organizations use of this vast fund of InformCttsblisbcdlal337 ation? by Prosperous New Year" and thank-- 1 of tho various school division assortmont Ubaral 400,009 Vocabulary Terms. 2700 Pastes. recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured going himself into each division to Ing you for your hearty ad full value paid C0UO Illustrations. Colored Plate. me. 1 keep it in the house all the time. It is the best 30,000 Geographical Subjects. U.00U with mo in this great work in moot tho trustees rathor than havo lHoirJihk-j- l Kutrkj. liver medicine made. 1 do not have sick headache or them all moct at Hartford, as hereto- tho post, nnd asking a continuation r Edition. rtru!ar and acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht fore Superintendent Howard will o it In thu futuro, to mako this Wrlteforfpeo-Iii- u the jailed liver and helps it to do its important work of u pages, moot with tho trustoes of Div. No. 1., year tho groatcst of all, which wo can E'rt5 illustrations. throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysJanuary 22 at liarnctts Creole; with not do without your holp, I remain I ret, it iti tem. This medicine should be in every household for tt Very truly yours, met Div, No. 2, at Pordsvillo Ma4 if y u :r275l use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel numo tliu W. W. BROWDER, with Division No. 3, at Dundee yestor-dusluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh toiupr County Agricultural Agent. will moot with Division No. 4, G.&C. morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. A. i i ttwr at Roslno, Fobrunry, C; with Div. frafl& MERRLWl COOL SPRINGS. CO.. No 5 at Boavar Dum, February 7 nnd lsenlfiv ONE CENT A DOSS 0 73) I. (Carried ovor last week) ? " SprlngfWld, Itifs. with Division No. C at Contortowa, '";.:' i Mr. Jesbo Brown left hero for Farm Department mi o, !" GASTORIA 3r Infant Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria 23 fJHBI (gVp iu-"-t'- nn 08 farm-burea- ro-p- ro od f Always Bear: tl C,-- -: Signature;' C' $ W m cd i . ,.. l?!!!! " I I self-feed- er - ny varl-ant.ig- ft f r J' iSG For Over Ye era e, Thirty floft-bolll- - 1 high-quali- ty it-,- .,1 Sfarck Pianos Fact I to n ! Enei.jt It E TtMl out-of-sta- 'I m Player-Pian- trua-tnt- 1'Iayer-PIano- ni Second-ban- cs FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Cll on The )MAGH TSOUBIS w ; I t i bo-lo- w Webster's New International cler-cyrne- n, do-eld- Mwl MzSlmM to-da- y; r1 ym mm, ' t India-Pcpe- if ii.U' .ESESSSgSSSSE 111 EIWIHEMILHEHSflLHLflLHLllLflEiBflLflHHSH y I -k I IllPlllil rillBrflV 1 JLVjLilatJ & f & M ' 'Nothing Reserved Except Grocerier, Automobiles, Tractors, Farming Implements and Accessories A' - JVW iy ' -- lrHB feaiL 10 JL 1 Jl vlybSviJ w'I&gq 1 1. IW W , y. Everything Else t' j l.'S Subject to a Per Cent Reduction. I w off, and that a rich harvest of good merchandise at bargain prices will greet you every day during our BIG END SALE. Besides THOUSANDS of YARDS of LOOM END CALICOES, PERCALS, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS, WHITE GOODS, SUITINGS, FANCY LOOM 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 than present regular m, Wb prices. 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 ad eace conditions impose duties and responsibilities no less important than war. Be on hand the first day of justment. Supply every necessity during the big sale, ibis sale and every day thereafter until every necessity is provided. Use your savings on purchases to swell your subscription to feed and clothe the war stricken I?! vir.ross the sea. Watch For The Red Tags. Red Tas Mean &' This is to remind ycu that the bars are down and the lids g Bargains. f Clothing Department. Some extra special prices oa small sizes in good suits. Sizes 33 awd 34. Regular reduction on all heavy weight Winter Suits, and 5 per cent off, of everything in this department. jLWTiiA Ready to Wear Department. The prices below mean n clean sweep of this department The early buyers will be able to make the best selections. 515.00 Ladies' Suits, Loom End Price $ O.05 $25.00 Ladies' Suits. Loom End Prii; 14.05 S30.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End f'ri're 10.05 535.00 Ladies' Suits, Loom End Price r. 22.05 $45.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Price 25.05 550.00 Ladles' Suits, Loom End Price 20.05 SCO 00 Ladies- Suits. Loom End Price :5.05 575.00 Ladies' Suits, Loom End Prioi 15.05 yard. Loom End Department. Thousands or ynnls or Loom End Calicoes, imperfect In printing; short lengths, llest Calico Is worth 25c per to-da- y specials SIZES :t AM) ;m. ... .7 3X2.50 and $10.00 Suits, Loom End Price 51S.00 and $15.00 Suits, Loom End Trice 822.00 and 520.00 Suits, Loom Knd Price $25 00 and $24.00 Suits, Loom End Price JlKGUIiAlt .SIZES. 515.00 518.00 522.00 $25.00 S30.00 32.00 $40 00 Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suith, Suits, Suits, Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Prlco Loom End Price. Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Price i 9 0.05 10.45 1K.45 - 10.45 , $11.05 12.05 15.05 18.05 111.05 Ladies' Cloaks. 512 50 Ladies' Clonks. Loom End 515.00 Ladies' S1S.00 Ladles' 520.00 Ladies' 52't.OO Ladies' 525.00 Ladies' 530.00 Ladies' 5.".". 00 Ladies' $ 10.00 Ladies' 5 15.00 Ladles' 550.00 Ladies' Price $ .;.--, 20.05 '. :K5.05 m Men's Overcoats. $22 00 Men's Overcoat, 525.00 Men's Overcoats, 2Z 00 Men's Overcoats, $32.00 Men's Overcoats, 545.00 Men's Overcoats, Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Price Loom End Price UXTKA SPKCIAI.S. 15.00 Men's Mackunnw Coats, Loom End Prlco. $12.00 Men's Overcoats, Loom End Price $16.00 Men's Overcoats, Loom End Price 5G.50 Men's KaJncoats, Loom End Price 3S.00 Men's llaincoats, Loom End Price 512.00 Men's llaincoats, Loom End Price $18.00 Men's llaincoats, Loom End Price 517.75 10.75 111.75 Cloaks, Loom End Price Cloaks, Loom End Price Cloaks. Loom End Price Cloaks, Loom End Price Cloaks. Loom End Price Cloaks. Loom End Price Cloaks, Loom End Price Cloaks. Loom End Price Suits, Loom End Price Cloaks, Loom End Price IO.05 - 12.05 :..--, 15.05 17.05 10.05 22.05 25.05 2O.05 115.05 Loom End Price per yard Thousands or yards of Loom End Pcrral. slightly Imperfect In printing; short lengths. Host IVrcala worth 40c per yard. Loom End Price per yard 1 Lot of high grade Outings, solid colore and fanclM. worth 35c per yard. Loom End Price per yard 1 Lot of Loom End Dreas Gingham. Perfect goods, good quality and good patterns. A regular 35c per yard value Loom End Price por yard 1 Lot of Staplo Checked Ginghams, a regular 30c per yard value. Loom End Price por yard 1 Lot of High Crado Dress Ginghams, full piece, our regu lar 40u per yard value. Loom End Prlco per yard 1 Lot of 32 inches wide, fancy Plaid Suiting, a regular 35c per yard value. Loom End Prico per yard 1 Lot of Dark Hlue Everett Cheviots, standard quality and width, a regular 35e per yard value. Loom End Prlca lcr yard 1 81 15c v 25c jc jr ;Oc .2..C c 24.75 a 1.7." Ladies' Dresses. Ladies' Dress.es, Ladies' Dresses, Ladies' Dresses, Ladies' Dresses. Ladles' Dresses, 53O.0O Ladies' Dresses, 512.00 513.00 520.00 522.00 $25.00 Loom Loom Loom Loom Loom End End End End End Loom End Price Price Prices Price Price Price $ 8.05 1 1.05 15.05 18.05 20.05 2 1.05 1 1 Lot of C. A. S. Percnls, Loom Ends, perfect goods, Lights, lleds, Ulues and Grays. A regular 25c per yard value. . Loom End Prlco por yard .? . . . . . . 0.45 0.O5 Foulards, with polka dots. A regular iuc per yard Value. Loom End Prico per yard e Lot of Satteen, black grounds, with largo, fancy ttowers. A regular 50c per yard value. Loom End Price per yard yard-wid- Lot of Dark Ground 1. 25c fy 8.05 4.45 5.15 7.75 12.75 1 Lot of 5c :t5c Children's Cloak 2 to Years Old. . 1 Silk Ginghams, In Taney plaids. A regular 50c per ynrd value. 1.90m End Prico per yard Lot of yard-wid- e selfe striped Silks, (1 good shades. A regular 50c per yard value. Loom End Prlco per yard-wid- e, Boys' Overcoats. 4 to 8 Years Old. $7.1)0 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Prlco Children's 53.00 Children's Children's 55.00 Children's 5C 00 Children's $.1.00 Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Loom End Prico Loom End Prlco Loom End Prlco 'anl $1.05 2.45 K.75 j. ynrd-wld- o 1 Loom End Price Loom End Prico 4.25 4.50 1 fancy figured Silks, a regular COc por yard value. Loom End Prico per yard Lot of yard-wid- e heavy corded Skirting Silks, a regular 51.75 per yard value Loom End Prico por yard Lot of 25c ;ir,c 51 00 t.i $9.00 Hoys' Overcoats. Loom End Price 12 to IS Years, Old. $4.05 5.05 Ak" Children' Children's 57.50 Children's JS.00 Children's 5 1.50 5C.00 ClIILDIJEN'S CLOAKS 7 to 14 Year Old. $:t.45 4.50 5.75 O.00 .. . White Quilts. cprners, some squaro. White Quilts, Loom End Prlco Whito Quilts, Loom End Prico Whito Quilts, Loom End Prlco Whito Quilts, Loom End Prlco Whito Quilts, Loom End Prlco Whito Quilts, Loom End Price Whito Quilts, Loom End Prico 5 1.50 Whito Quilts, Loom End Prico 55.00 Whito Quilts, Loom End Prico 57.00 White Quilts, Loom End Prico Somo cut I ' . ft E-- $8.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price 510.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Pric. . . . .' $12.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Loom End Price $10 00 Hoys' Mackannw Coats, Loom End Price 6 Hoys' Moon Hrand Slickers, nges 8 to 10 years old. regular 53.00 grudo. To clean thorn out $0.00 8.00 0.00 $7.00 Our $1,00 Cloaks, Loom End Price. . Cloaks, Loom End Prlco Cloaks, Loom End Price Cloaks, Loom End Prlco $0.00 Chlldron's Cloaks, Loom End Prico 510.00 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Price. 515 00 Children's Cloaks, Loom End Price 0.75 7.50 0.05 ?1.50 52.00 52.25 $2.50 53.00 53.50 ?4.00 '.'.'.'.'.- - s, 7 .!.'!.' !!!'.!!! .' '.'.''.'.'. is'-- i'ci 50 , 9 Ladies' Raincoats. .'!!!!.'!.'!" ',.,', ;!!!!"" ii a',t- '.' 50 Sweater Specials. Men. and Price Hoys' SI, 25 and $1.50 Gray Sweaters, Loom End 05c $1.05 $4.00 Ladles' llaincoats, Loom End 55.00 Ladles' llaincoats, Loom End $0.00 Ladles' Kalncoats, Loom End 57 00 Ladles' llaincoats, Loom End Prlco Prico Prico Price Khaki Sweaters, Loom End Price 57.00 Men's Hope Swealors, Loom End Prlco $G GO Moil's $2.05 .05 4.05 5.05 n .05 Children's Raincoats. Protect the kiddles from the spring rains at 00 Chlldron's Kulncoatu, Loom End Prlco J!l 50 Children's llaincoats, Loom End Prlco 1 00 Chlldron's llaincoats, Loom End Prlco 5 00 Children's llaincoats, Loom End Prlco ;0 00 Children's llaincoats, Loom End Prico 3 . Table Linens. SOc.por yurd Tublo Mucus, Loom End Prlco por yard nr,c S5c por yard Table Mnena, Loom End Prlco por yard. ..'.'.'.,', ,'arc 51.00 per yard Tablo Linens, Loom End Prlco por yard! '. ! ! ! ! ! 850 51.75 per yard all linen Tablo Liunons, Loom End Price i p'oV ' yard $1 is, 52.25 por yard all linen Tablo Linens, Loom End Prico por yaru-- Blankets. 00 Kecular Blankets, Loom End Prlco. . 512 CO Regulur lllankets, Loom End Price. 513 75 Regular Dlankets, Loom End Price. $1) n very small cost. .$0.45 . $1.75 2.45 2.75 8.45 o.or, a.75 :i.)5 53.00 por yurd till linen Tablo Linens, Loom End Prlco por yarU $1,05 $2.50 IOLmllf'0 BARNES BEAVER DAM, CTgiir"?ss?aTCT)rggrg7 m. B R O T H KENTUCKY. m R p !M aaaiuatiaaiayaiaisMaaTOis'.i g tmatmttammmuimtini mi$w,m?Ji'mmmimimm$iti