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The Hartford republican: January 24, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919012401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 24, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l) Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. OWENSDORO TOBACCO Rood, with JKarlfod DEVOTLil) TO ifojmblkm OF OHIO COUNTY Till! INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., E1UDA.Y, JANUARY 24, 1919. httjtra eager for the right 8tuir. Murli Dai !. Tobacco Sold. Howling Green, Kj'., Jan, 21. Throe hundred thntiMiiil pounds of diirk tobacco ware sold today oil the floor. Tho follow--- ' threw looso-Iim- f lug prlcos were received: Leaf, $12 to $J2; lugs, $1) to $18; troth, $S to $10 Tho next Hurlejv sale will he ; held Fridnj ' No. 30 IRELAND PROCLAIMS A The Peril of The Nations. The human race is just now passing through the most perilous period of Its history. A greut world war hasorn and broken "established customs and hereditarj restraints, nnd Authority where not openly disregarded, Is regarded with Indilforenco. In overwhelming tho monster of militarism It wns necessary to awaken the people to thoir powor, and knowing It, they nre slow to surronder it to established authority ngaiu. The soed of world wide anarchy has been sown and a harvest of disorder In ripening. The cry for domocracy has been heard around the world, and domocracy untoinpored by authority Is dostrojlng the order of the world In breaking' away from tho rule of steel wo nro rapidly approaching tho rule of clay. Orderly government is possible to a free people only when tho mnsses (fulcgnte authority to those best fitted to rule. The doctrine of democracy has been over taught. Is mad with tho fetish of the the sovereignity of the Individual, and the seductive doctrine is rapidly spreading to tho more tranquil nations of tho earth. The trained economist knows that habits and customs, rather than resolutions of congresses and parliaments, nro the restraints that moderate the conduct of peoples, and the incidents of war have cut these from their moorings and the end of which no man may foreseo. The womb of time Is, now big with social events and no mini knows what 11 joar may bring fourth. Eu-ro- MARKET PICKS UP Other Markets Show Good Prices As Season Advances others premises without permission of the owner. The real reason for the nrrost of the hoys seems to havo been that thoy wont Into a field where a couple of little fellows were grubbing sprouts' and ordered the ItitlA full.... t. .I..IM In. of being shot nnd otherwise annov od and Intimidated tho .smaller boys They were put tinder bond for thoir appearauce In county court when wanted for trial. FREE REPUBLIC ..!,.. :lrt" IsOf A New Nation Proclaimed To World WELLK.NOWX ( 1TI.K.V DKAD. Red Tdluuiii Ml oilier. Dublin, Jan. 21. Infuriated over "flic tobacco market In this district 21. Carlisle Ciirllslu, Ky., Jan itluues to lie on the upward grnjlu thoir detention In Jail while theic today are. Mr. George II. Ilarnes died at his comrades were Inaugurating tho T i" weed Ik soiling :il a higher price tolmrro sales roportod home at Beaver Dam, Friday. His "Irish ParUment," Sinn Tcin prison- than It Iiiim since the market opened i,rmurs Iioiiho, 251,180 pounds av-- 1 death was due to Influenza and ad- - eis how many Is not known this learniu All the good prlros ofj()r,Ke $4,099; Peoples house, 284,- -j in 'vaucpil age cMt unlay and In UflO He was 79 years old. Jail at Belfast, started a riot today. M mluv xtlll held puuiulH, ranging from $10 to Mr. Barnes hail lived at and near The police intervened and quelled tho sumo lustiinctw, thu market showed $j,f. The rod type was much strong- 'Heaver Dam all his life, and was an rlotew. Details arc still lacking, a dec tiled increase In average. ,)r( wth fulorcd tobacco steady. 'excellent and useful citizen. His The streets ol Dublin wero filled all ,j Yestirdnj over Ilvu loose leaf wlfo preceded him in death about day by hugo crowds, which distln-te- n Grade Fiieos riiilimiKi'tl. , floors 719,900 poiindH of Prjor wore! years ago. Ho Is survived by guished themselves by their orderll- 21 Jan The sold at nil uvoraue of $10.09, bringing Frankfort, Ky., $ 1 13.90.'. 00. There pniiikfor tobacco market Hold 170,-weseven children, a number of whom are tho growers successful and vvellknown business also 80,910 pounds of Hurley o0 pounds of tobacco today that Mansion House was Jammed when ' men. They are: E. P. Barnes, Hop- the session of "Dall Elreann' was for $1(1,43:5 03, at a rather com- - j eraged $34 3r. Prices ranged from klnsvIUe; Byron Barnes, Beaver Dam; opened. Tllero wero at least 3,000 12 to 81 cents. nmn average of $20.31. Grade prices were 'George Barnes, near Beaver Dam; persons in the meeting room. Of the amount of dark tobacco sold unchanged Mrs: Leslie Leach, Central City; Mrs. The declaration o! indlpendenco, ye.terdn). the Owensboro Iioiiho sold Shelby Taj lor, Baton Rouge, Louis- read to the assemblago amid thunder238,13(1 pounds for $10,328 00, makTin: litis iti;i't r.i.ic. OHIO COL'XTV HOYS OHIO COL'XTV HANKS iana; Mrs. Dan Kellej-- , Madlsonville; ous and constant cheering, asserts ing a gcnural averngo of $17.00, the WHO PAID THE DKHT and Mrs. Lizzie Taylor, Beaver Dam. that "the Irish people alone havo imu.ri.v nioniuriiKD best general average made as jet by Ireland has declared Itself a Repub-an- y Mr. Barnes was a brother of Mr. power to make laws binding on tho floor this season. This house nc. ia Instituting a National Assembly, We have mado a careful effort to John II. Barnes, the Beaver Dam Irish people." Organized banking in Ohio county also sold 40,230 pounds of Hurley sa.net formulating tho necessary dc-f$11,132 111, with an average of partments of an independent gov- - dates from November 1, 1SS2. Pre- get a correct list of our soldier boj's banker. It demands tho evacuation ot Ire land by the "foreign" garrison. This lb tho best sale, that eminent. $J4 0 It Is not a revolution. vious to that time S. K. Cox and who have lost their lives from any Mellenry Henry Alt members ot the parliament solhas been made by any .house this sea- -' just .. nulet. peaceful establishing- of ,.,.. O. ,,.... ,....1 had done a plgeop cause while in the service. Wo sub- FISCAL COURT CALLS : . . ,1 ROAD TAX ELECTION emnly rose atter the document had j... some or tno liuriey averages 01 an Independent government. on miuuBu m. mit below the list as far as we hav No """ u.uiiwhk uusimrbeen read and pledged themselves, this house jobterduy tire: Cnluwood war, no bloodsheil, no violent defiance Cox, who wns at the time clerk of the been able to obtain it. Persons havThe fiscal court, ia session here to use every effort to give effect to and Mclntjre, Maceo, 2,335 pounds of the Mother Crown; Just a declara- Ohio county court. Later tho Hank ing information of other mortalities, Mention of tho nt an average or $28.00. Tom Mere 'tion of Independence of the Irish race, of Hartford wns oiganized and open- If there are any, will confer a favor jesterdaj', heard a large number or the declaration. tilth, Stanley, 2.815 pounds for $1,- - Tho National Assembly Ls sitting with-00- 2 ed for business on the date mention- on us by furnishing their names and the most progressive citizens of the name ot Count Joseph Plunkett was county express their views or the best cheered to the echo. And the namo 82. at a high averagu of $30.00. in a stone's throw of the residence of ed. S. K. Cox, Charlie Pendleton, the manner of their death. Corp. Samuel Alsip, Horton, died' manner or handling the road qustion, of Sir Edward Carson was greeted Story nnd Quisen berry sold 1,170 the Hrltlsh Governor General, whojH- - - Mellenry and John Thomas and they were practically unanimous by hisses and catcalls. pounds of Hurley at a general no word of protest. There is were the original partners, as at that of disease overseas. Corp. David M. Uarnes, Prentiss, In urging the calling ot another elecK. J. Duggan erage of $37.50, J. Monohnn sold 1,- - no excitement In England over tho time the state took no supervision read an English 860 pounds for $591 "52 at .in aver- - Independent action of tho Irish peo- - over the banking business. The orig-ng- o died of dlsenbe at Camp. McClcIlan, tion on the road tax. The court had translation of tho declaration ot inf capital stock was $10,000. S. K Alabama. publicly invited citizens or the county dependence, which was first read in or $35.62. pie. Kngland sits as unperturbed as Prvt. Malln A. Benton, Hartford, to come before it to offer counsel Its original Celtic text. Field Hrolhers sold 24,820 pounds the parent who sees tho son upon his L'hk was elected cashier nnd H. D and advices in the matter, and the Two Policemen Killed. birthday leaving the Mellenry, President. Afterward the killed in action. lor $4,332.02 ut an average of $17.15. twenty-firs- t Corp. Lee Brown, Echols, died of large number or citizens responding 11. L. An-- ; parental roof to atteud to his own Blat0 enacted banking laws that Twelve men, with blackened races, The best price was $31 indicates the growing public interest this atternoon shot and killed two podemon, of St Joseph, sold 1.U35 fortune. Nothing Just llko it has required $15,000 as the minl- - wounds. lapltal Prvt. Jesse V. Crowe, Hartford, iu good roatLs. The largest farmer licemen, MacDonnell and O'Connell, stock and the pounds for $4S2 31 at an average of happened iir history before. It will '""" as Incorporated with the died of disease, overseas. taxpajer In the county said ho only three miles from Tjpperary. Theso Trash brought $13.25; lugs, $24.93 remembered that sometime agolu - mk '1 Prvt. John Crowe, Fordsvllle, died regretted the law did not authorize are the only casualties of Ireland's j England Mr. Cox was passed a law conscripting required capital. $22 50 and leaf, $30 and $31. a tax of one dollar Instead of twenty "independence day" recorded so far. Tho Electric house sold 50.6S3 Irish soldiers and that when Ireland easier of the bank until 1S95, when of wounds. Prvt. James. O. Durall, Rockport, cents on the hundred dollars for road Tho two patro'lmen were guarding tho ' UJ,i succeeded by Mr. J. C. Riley pounds for $8,177.27 that made un declined lo be conscripted nothing Was done about It. There w:is no 'who left tho Institution in 1001 to killed in action. work. The opinion was generally ex- conveyance of explosives that were to aveniKu of $10.14 h Prvt. Ira H. Goff, Horse Branch, pressed by those present that had the be used for blasting purposes at a the First National, which Ls Equity Homo sold 107,470 armed resistance; Just u refusal Tho people clearly understood the provi- nearby quarter. tho cnnscrintltm noundsof Pryor. for $25. 171. OS at an reeocnizo law.. now the Citizen's bank. After the died of wounds. Corp. Mathias Hlggs, Fordsville, sions or the measure It would have average of $15 09 with otop price Whether or not England will give up retirement of Mr. Riley Mr. John T What the twelve men did with tho " j tho Emerald passed by a good majority at the No- explosives Is not known at this hour. Isle without a forceable Muoro became cuahler, which position killed in action. of ?3G 00. Prvt. Presley Kissinger, Simmons, vember election. The situation here Is unexpectedly This house nlHo sold 19.145 pounds effort to prevent tho separation re- - ,le "el(l untI1 1914 when he was suc-o- f Hunter, the died of disease, at Camp Taylor. The order as drawn provides that quiet. The Irish Parliament has just Hurley for $3,300.32 with an aver- -' mains to be seen, but so far there ' cceded by Mr. Owen Prvt. Charlie King, Hartford, R., the money collected rrom each mag- been convened, the Irish Republic ago or $17.00, the top price being Is no evidence of Intention to stop Present cashier. Mr. J. W. Ford is $3G. jtho movement. The Irish are.a poo- -' President of the institution and How- - 1., died of disease, Ft. Orglethorpe. isterial district shall be expended up- been proclaimed, .and the session Is on the roads or the district In which developing in orderliness and sereniTho Georgia. The Lancaster house was the only pie radically distinct from the Urtlish, I"11 Holurpok Prvt. John O. Laws, Hartford, kill- It Is collected, and that the money ty. There has been no interference one that did not havo a sale jester-- ! and their bondage to tho Hrltlsh ,Jjn now ,,as n caplCal stock of $40,- shall be expended under the super- by the British government so far dny. crown bus been one of the greatest nno. $20,000 surplus and $2,500 un- - ed in action. Sergt. Eddie Lee, Sulphur Springs, vision or a competent citizen of the with the proceedings ot the "Dail Profits, and its volumo of crimes in history. Self dctermina-;dlvitl(,- d district. Tho "hand" system will be Eirea'nn" (IUsh Parliament.) tion of peoples Is tho doctrin of the ' business is nearly a half million dol killed in action. Tob.uco I'IimhIs llopkinsvilli1 Prvt. Jestus W. Long, Sulphur abolished and crews ot laborers will But the atmosphere, still as it may hour, and whether it is to be an lars. Ky., Jan. 21. HopklnsvIUe, Springs, died of wounds. be rully equipped with modern road seem on the surface, is tremendously Tho Citizen'!, Bunk. Dark streams of tobacco are pouring Irish Republic, or a larger measure Sergt. Charles C. Main, Beaver building machfnerv--. A campaign of charged. Any moment may bring an The first National Hank was orinto town from every road. The I of Homo Kulo for Ireland, there ls no May, 6, 1901. It was the Dam, died of disease, overseas. education will be uudertaken, and tho explosion. A spirit of restivonesa, wagons are crowding the streeLs and longer doubt that the vassalage of ganized Prvt. Wavy H. Malln, Beaver Dam, provisions of the measure fully ex- daring and defiance Is sweeping tho England is forever ended tirst and only National Hank organizthe indications are that a now record j' Ireland to ed in the county. The founders of died of disease, Fort Orglethorpe, Ga. plained to the people before the Isle of Erin on this, the day which ' for deliveries will he made before tho Prvt. Willie Orr, Reynold died election. Every voter is earnestly re- the Sinn Fein proclaim the greatest OFK AG IX, OX AGIN, this bank were, John C. Uiley, T, L. weok ends. Today's sales of 500,000 quested to inquire of any member of In Ireland's history. tiw.r. rttiW. 1 Ij..IU.. Griffin, C. J. Ithoads, G. II. Likens, F. of wounds. nnunila worn the heaviest of the m;i. M. Hoover, C. n. Felix and J. C. Dur-ret- t. Prvt. Chester Reed, Manda, killed the fiscal court about the details of The trouble near Tlpperary is all ji Min nnd prices continued altltudlnous Tho county hoard of health met The bank was organized by tho In action. the expenditure of the tax when vot- that has been reported so far in the I vyvTho poorest trash brought $11 and Prvt. John A. Huckner, Hnrtford, ed. Ohio county Is pursuing a road way of violence. One thing seems Tmo here Wednesday nnd clapped the flu election of T. Ii. Grlllln, President; went to $32 a hundred sj'stem abandoned by all the pro- certain that If there is any sort ot and J. C. died or diseabe, Pino Bluff. Ark. buvers showed a itindiness to bii for ban on again. Their action reminds G. H. Likens, us of the story of tho freight con- lUIey, Cashier. The original Hoard Prvt. Leslie Shields, Cromwell, gressive counties of the state, and as recurrence of the disturbances and every thing offered. I ' ductor, who had had numerous of Directors wero: T. L. Grlllln, C. J. died of disease. Camp Taylor. a better sj'stem must at some time the bloodshed of Easter, 1916, somo wrecks, nnd growing weary or mak- Hhoads, Alviu Howe, K. M. Hoover Prvt. Virgil E. Stones, Hartford, bo adopted, why not now? absolutely unexpected provocative ac Itest Da) AtOvveiiton. 1 ing detailed reports, llnallv ndopted and J. C. Rilej Tho bank was or- died of disease, Camp Taylor. tion from either side will be responsiOwonton, Ky., Jan, 21. To lay's tho briof telegram that appears as a ganized with a capital stock of $25,-00Prvt. Douglas Taj lor. Narrows, THE EPIDEMIC SPREADS, ble. tobacco sales wuro Hie best tho Owen-to- n caption died of wounds. For at this moment the program of, market lias had this season. Six- was Keptfor this article. The tlu ban on most or tho winter, and Prvt. Charles Wakefield. Rockport, After tho passage, of the Federal Tho Influenza epidemic U fctlll tho Sinn Fein Is running smoothly, ty thousand pounds were sold at an spreading in most parts of tho coun- and the British government's officers avorage price of $32 per hundred, jut It is moru widely dlstilbutod Reserve Hanking law, thu First Na died of disease. Camp Taylor throughout tho country now than at tlonal reorganized us n state bank Prvt. Walter A. Williams, Rosino, ty. Uoaver Dam was struck hardest and armed forces in Ireland, though One basket In tho crop, owned by Hoy nny former time Tho Hartford and surrendered Its federal chartor, died of disease, overseas. by the recent reappearance of the Xiiiown to bo fully prepared for every, Tiinlr kfild fiii f(in Tifi tii iitj iilitotiml dis- - In tho eighteen jeurs of this bank's Prvt. Bcachamp W. Wllloughby, disease, but Dr. McKinney roports an emorgencj', shows resolute determinrI,Blcla"s,' wo undorbtnnd with sales. Kobort Hurford, of Lou- -' couragod by former ban results, ad successful history u number of Horse Branch, killed in action. improvement in conditions there. ation not to interfere. isvlllo, was auctioneer. vised letting the diseabo run its chunges have occurred In tho per Cecil Drapier. Briefly, the situation is that tho Hartford, that so long escaped the course, but the board finally decided sonnel of Its stockholders and Its Robort A. Davis, Hart lord, killed disease, is now in Its grasp. Perhaps Sinn Fein havo resolved not to pro-voI Itet'oid PiIccn t'oiitiiuit'. to nut on a nnrtliil lmn action. board of directors, violence of any sort, to main,. All lill,ir. lit tlu change In but there has been in Leo Keith, Horse Branch, killed in one fourth of the families in town Lexington. Ky.,.Jan. 21. Dozens undo flfte(m ..,.. flirniliyIln,lt havo flu cases. That part of tho tain a dotonslvo attitude all tho way tho actual manage of crops sold today at averages ofth(J countJ. w, bo forulddoll to at. mont of tho Institution, county ljlng west und northwest or through Mr. J. C. action. Viscount French, past a hundred or above, and two above tond gchooI hunday Mhoo, and a Rlloy nnd his sou, R. It., Fred A. Tanner. Hartford, that had so few cases in master in tho art of suppressing havo the ber at $50 a hundred, several at $G0 other public gatherlnga, excopt whoroj entire time supervised tho Immediate Clnudo Gabbcrt, Sunnydale, killed the former nppeuranco of the disease by sheer violonce, Is determined, $40 a hundred or better, qulto a nuin-$7- 0 tho local health officer will certify relation of tho is now coming in for Its sharo; in on tho other hand, to apply lessons bank with the public. in action. u hundred. No such prices for there Is no Influenza In the communiTho present olllcors of tho Citizens act, no part of the county seems clear ot former experiences to the present Hurloy tobacco hove ever boon paid ty. LOSES KNTIItn FAMILY. Hank are: J. C. Rlloy, President; Al- ot it. Fortunately ho disease is less situation Ho rofuses to give tho bore, according to vctoran warehousevln Rovvo, Vice President ; R. R. Rlvirulont than formerly, tow other side the excuse that ho started and men. COOTS HAS COMPANY. loy. Cashier and M. L. Heavrin, At Granville Harrison, a farmer liv- deaths nro resulting. it. torney. Tho Citizens Hank carries ing near Calhoun, u former citizen In the mansion house, at the top of ltrlgbt Weed In Heniiuiil Donver Coots, the sole and o tho largest volumo of government of Ohio County and brother of which floats tho Republican banner, A PRETTY COMPLIMENT. prisoner In the Hartford Jail, paper, relatlvo to its capital stock, of Thomas Harrison, of Hartford, and Carrollton, Ky., Jan. 21. There sits the Irish parliament. The galware 255,835 pounds of tobacco sold had company one night Inst week. any bnnk in western Kentucky. Alex Harrison, ot Dundee, has lost Mrs. II. B. Grlnncll, who writes tho leries are crowded. An army of coron tho Carrollton loose-lea- f market Krank Iiurdott, whoso home is in his ontlro family, a wlfo and flvo bociety column for the Leitchllold Ga- respondents aro present. Tho protoday, averaging $33.84. Iirlghts . Hancock county, raised a crop 011 tho HIG FARMERS MKETlMi children, since March of last yoar. zette Paid this pretty tribute to a ceeding are in Celtic. Not far away, woro in good demand. Iletls showed farm of Mr. J. II. Lojd. near Kords-vlllEarly last spring Mr. Harrison's wlfo Hartford matron; last week: at Dublin Castle, sits Field Marshal last season. Some tlmo during a groat advanco. Lower grades A state mooting or Kentucky farm- und three children deld ot measles, Mrs. Otto Martin, (Lena Coppago) French, grimly silent, watchfully stronger than two weeks ago, J. C. tho year ho mortgaged his tobacco ers will be held at Loxlngton from and recently tho two remaining chil- came up Monday from Hartford for waiting His whole attitude appears Moore, of Tumor's Station, made a nnd a horse to Mr. Loyd. Recently January, 28 to 31. Tho mooting will dren died or Influenza. Such a o the day with Mr. Martin, who had to bo to tho effect "Now that you, havo Hurdott sold tho horse, and as ho had bu hold at the Exporimont station crop avorugo of $05.50. raroly comes into tho life of business In court. Lena was in, tor it, what aro you going to do with It" not satisfied tho dobt, Mr. Loyd had whoro demonstration work will a man. There llos tho crux. It things con"Howdy" and "Good-bye.- " Sho him arrested for disposing of mort$U0 In Mnillsonvlllo Limit. to tho furmers attondlng. A looks as joung as in girlhood days, tinue as seronoly as they have beon Madlsonvillo, Ky., Jan. 21. With gaged property. Hurdott was urrest-o- d meotliiB of tho county agents will be YOUNGSTERS ARRESTED nnd beoms so happy with hor threo going up to this cabling, then the acid and lodged in Jail Thursday, but hold at tho same time and place, aud tobacco btrong today tho sale at both Uttlo blrdllngs ajid hor good hiuband test 'Will not como until 'the Irish parund Hurchflclds housos Krlday made some arrangement by ovory farmer in tho state w ho can do Wakes Carl Embry and Elbert Burden, aud muther liament attempts to act upon some of My most affectionate the aggrieved m should amounted to about 100,000 pounds which ho satisfied attend County Aeent two j'oung Heaver Dam boya, were ar friendship will ever follow this dear the measures which it Is outlining In Wakes' top price was $30 aud Ilurch creditor, and was released from cus- - Urowder and a numbor of Ohio coun- reted Wednesday on a charge of girl, who numbered many warm eloquent, It somewhat antiquated, ty farmers will attend the meeting hunting out ot season, and on an- - friends in her girlhood home Hold's was $28 50. All grnde3 were tody. language i pe i , j j re ld , or ...... I 1 ' i. , i Vice-Preside- J I IVleaf nt 0. ko ro-vo- lts lono-Btim- o, up-po- al ?ilJvez'mwFWFRrjm- - rj mwm r,,V T'- vf BETS! .Hl'l,fWW'tJMflliJ!JMBWWUWmil .' yr.x -..,- .."j' 1 FOCH FOR RHINE AS FUTURE BOUNDARY Great French Commander Commends American Soldiers. Trovon. "Wednesday, Jan. 15 It Is thd convlotlon of Marshal Poch that the Itlilno must lio mails tlio barrier He notweon Ocrmnny and Prance. when ho expressed this elenrly y received Amerlcnn newspaper correspondent. The Miirfltml i hero in connection with the meeting concerning the csteiiBlon of the German to-da- caso, 75,000: Uoclcford, III.,- 209; Port Wayne, Ind., 350; Louisville, Now Orleans, 20,000; Uoston, 20,000; Grand Haplds, 5,000; St. Paul, 8,000; St. Louis, 15,000; Kansas City, 2,000; Patcrson, N. J., Trenton, 2.500; New York City, 20,000; Cincinnati, 5,000; Cleveland, 40,000; Portland, Ore., 0,000; Toledo, 17,000; YouiiRstown, 5,000; Pa., 600; Scranton, 200; Aberdeen, Wash., 3,000; Wheeling V. Va., 750; Milwaukee, 7,000; Superior, Wis., 750. m 0; GERMANS IN BIG SALVAGE TRUST 0; Will Save Ships Sunk By ts, Is Their IT IS ONLY IN Boast s Chicago, Jan. IS. Shall the man submarine "get away with the Roods?' Will thn Gorman be allowed to salvage and steal the ships they sunk? The councilor of the Gornmn nnvv hna oponly boasted thnt they will! Ile boasts that In the salvage grab for Rttiikoii ship treasure the Gormnif navy will get more than anybody oNe- because they know whore to look! Cables and letters nro being rushed to President Wilson urging that the peace conference demand that thri German navy turn over to tho allies the complete record of the sulumi-riu- e Ger-pirate- ' Pleurisy Pains are located Just The Louisville j II if If the abort ribs. LumbaKo effects the same region but toward the ImckM Dullard's Snow Liniment is the remedy in cither case. If rubbed In thoroughly It eases pain, relaxes the muscles and the patient con move about Price fcc, freely and comfortably. Hold by Mnrnlml Poch pointed out the 50c and $1.00 per bottle. m thtit hnd been overcome and Ohio County Drug Co. it laid that peace must lie rammunaii-- 1 TO STItlKi: I'Oll rate with the price of victory. II Kill 1011 WAUIW many now was nentcn, lie auuen. nui with her resources, especlnlly in men. t'A'mpaign. recuperation in a comparatively short New York, Jan. IS. The Inter- With these records American. Engtime was quite possible. It was now national Ladles' Garment Workers' lish, Preach and Italian salvage exthe duty of the Allies to prevent fur- - Union, with a membership of 35.000 peditions will be able to seek out and aggressions. in this city, today authorized callng ther find their own ships sunk by the Ger Work of Amorjciins. of a strike next week, unless In the mans and to rescue much of the car- Marshal Poch praised the work o' meantime the employers grant de- go and ship. the American troops and said that mands for a 15 per cent wage Inhour woikiug Gen. Pershing bad asked that the crease and a forty-fou- r will have the advantage of exact American forces be concentrated for week. knowledge of sunken ship locations1 an attack on one sector. The allied The result of the strike vote was Unless the peace provisions prevent Generalissimo admitted that the announced at a meeting held late tothe salvage trust will grab tho richest front, where the Ameri- day In Madison Square Garden. It ships. The sub pirates will "get cans began their offensive on Septem- was greeted with cheers by thousands away with the swag." ber 25, was a "sector hard to tackle." of men and women. The poll showWhen peace is finally concluded, said he had told Gea. ed 12,721 members in favor of a The Marshal unless provision Is made to the con Pershing: strike and only 105 opposed. representing the trary, German and Austrian salvage E. J. Hilcrest, "Your men have the devil's own equal rights with the punch. They will get away with all New Jersey branch of the union, said trusts will have salvage experts of the allies in atGo to it." in the past when a strike was that. that tempts to rescue the treasures their The American attack succeeded, the called In this city, the employers went subs destroyed, from the ocean floor' Marshal continued, "and here we are over to New Jersey to produce their Already the Germans are plotting out-pu- t. on the Rhine." This time, he said, the trick with the aid of their sub records, The armistice was not concluded will be defeated. most precious Mayor Hylan today conferred with the retrieval of the too soon and the Allies got all they ships and cargoes. asked for from Germany without con- garment workers and their employers The United States government has tinuing the fighting. The Allies, the in an effort to adjust their diffound a mechanical method of salMarshal said, were prepared for an- ferences. Another conference, It was vaging ocean steamers sunk at levels other offensive stroke, which would announced, will he held next week. beyond the reach of human divers have forced the Germans to give up. Lame hack may come from over- The new method of raising sunken This was to have been made in Lorships is the joint invention of Wilraine on November 14 with six Ameri- work, cold settled in the muscles of liam Schneider and John J. Lipskl, the back, or from disease. In the can and twenty French divisions. two former cases the right remedy is Chicago men. Government InvestiYank Soldiers "Superb." gators who havo examined the inven"This is for me," Marshal Foch be- - Ilallnrd's Snow Liniment. It should rul)b-'in thoroughly over the at- - tion and seen it tested pronounce it can, "a happy opportunity to tell you " '.practical. As soon as peace is slgn- all th good things I think of the ' reeled part, the relief will be prompt 'nnd satisfactory. Price 25c, 50c and cd it will be put to work rescuing American army and of the part it "er l"le. Sold by Ohio Co., rich cargoes and ships which once played on our side. Your soldiers!1-0' Drug Company. m would have been classed total losses were superb. They came to U8 The diving ship locates the wreck, young, enthusiastic and carried for- .1',rr MAJSUIKI) MUX TAKH HKKD and, by cable, lowers a diving turret ward by a vigorous idealism and they h steel walls to the Tho married woman who is treat-lantr- having marched to battle with admirable gal- ei' r'Kht by her husband is, nine hun- - ocean floor. The turret is connected An optimes out of with the ship by telephone. "Yes, tliey were superb. There Is rtred aml ninety-nin- e one thousand, as true to him erator works inside, where the air y mV other word. When they appear-'everthe stars to thelr appointed pressure is kept at normal, lty eleced our armins were, as you know. fa-a- s urses. fur she is built that way. trical devices ho controls numbers of tigued by three years of relentless struggle and tho mantle of war laid Ij,,vo ,s ller vefy exlstance, and she "buoyancy chambers" lowered from wl" never prove raise to tne man she the diving ship by cables. He di heavily upon them. Let married men heed this rects the men on the ship how to "We were magnificently supported move these chambers so as to attach by the virility of your Americans. jaml I)r"ni by u- - Tlie husband who steel-plat- e walls of the B,ves his w,fe tnose litUo endearing them to the "Tho youth of the United States sunken ship. When all are adjusted brought a renewal of the hopo that attentions that he did when he called around the ship he signals and hastened victory. Not only was this her sweetheart before the marriage mighty cables, pulling together, lift moral fact of the hichest lmnortanci,. "eo(t never sit on his doorsteps with a gun in his hands to the entire ship and contents to the you also brought enormous ma- double-shotte- d hut terial aid, and the wealth which you lind tbe libertineti away, for his fami- surface. To make the work of salvage complaced at our disposal contributed to ly alter is safe. It is the married i3 all plete, government authorities should the dual success. Nobody among us man who thinks a meal ticket that is necessary to hold a woman's possess the complete records of the will ever forget what America did. affections who stands ever in danger German submarine sinking, so as to locate wrecks without delay. indigestion or distress of having his home broken up. A Heartburn, mm neglected wife is the most miserable of the stomach Is instantly relieved MANY LiVKS AT SKA of human creatures, and although she by Herbine. It focres the badly KAVKI) BY IWUAVAXKS food out of tho body and re- may remain as true to the man who is stores tone in the stomach and Dow- her husband only In name a3 the Hundreds of American bluejackets els. Price COc. Sold by Ohio Coun- needle to the magentlc north, that husband had better look out, undoubtedly were saved from death ty Drug Co. Hi for such a woman, in her loneliness because the American warships, while n and desperation, is easily led astray proceeding through the j'ilvw ItKCOVEItS by some other man who shows her seas, were equipped with paravanes, ITS WOXDHIl CLOCK through courtesy of the British adrespect and pays her homage. miralty. London. Jan. IS. With the occuPitted with paravanes, the war, pation of Htrassbourg by American ships fished out many mines ahead troops. Franco again came into pos- -' of the vessels. Novices often missession of what for generations has took tho appratus for topedoes. Tho been known as the world's most wonthing made a humming sound whon derful clock. adjusted to a speeding ship, owing to The cathedral clock was built in friction. 1574, but was reconstructed In 1842. Tho pavarane consists of a water-pian- o The clock's face In not so largo as to From Suffering by Getting shaped like a torpedo, having bo remarkable, but tho mechanism Her Lydia E. Finkliam's a pair of largo flat fins projecting on works all sorts of wonders. For ineither side of Its body. The tail Is Vegetable Compound. stance, when an hour strikes a cock J fitted with rudders to keep tho thing .crows- - -- Just uk tho cock crow for at. Pittsburgh, Pa. "For many months I at ""Y set depth. It is towed - -- and tho saint, in effigy, with Peterwas not able tc do my work owinrc to I side by a wire rope which runs from tho other apostles make their appeara weakness which the ship's bows outward. Tho wlro ance and walk around. caused backuulio and headaches. A rope is intended to pick up the mooro friend called m y ing ropes of mines and slide them MOKCIKOX SKKS attention to one of along till thoy reach tho nose or tho your nowBpapor paravanes, where a sharp saw Is fixed M.' IHtKAl) LINKS advertisements and slot. The saw cuts immediatoly my inside a Washington. Jan. IC "When tho husband bought through tho mooring ropo nnd allows inun in tho army are demobilized," three bottloa of the titino to float free, where it can be said Prank Morrison, secretary of the LydiaE. Finkham 'a ejlhor -- voided or destroyed. . VotrotabloCom- American Federation of Labor, y title to too cainu and tin arrange pound for me, bnfoni tho House of Immigration Alter taking two ment tho twin pavarane3 kept diagonCommittee, "wo are going to havo . bottles I felt fino ally iihouri of thn vessnl. Nnv'il i.mn bread lines in every Industrial center and my troubles caused by that weak- -' tho invontlon did mnrD thnn nnv All mm,. by May 1. After that date it is nicnn) fi lilnrr nf i linnnut "ovico to defeat Ger- who suffer as I did should try Lydia E. ' "thor 8,nB hoped that building will pick up and niany'a policy of attrition. Pinkham'a Vetretablo Compound." tuko some of tho men." Mrs. J as. RowtUEHG, C20 Knunn St. i SurvuyH of Industrial conditions In N. 8., Pittsburgh, Pa. , liimiunci'iaius iiioiet.s. Women who suffer from any form of many cltlo showing unemployment When you aro troubled with weaKnesa.as indicated uy displacements, wore presented by Mr .Morrison, urgor constipation, take Chaminflammation, ulceration, irregularities, ing legislation prohibiting Immigra- backache, headaches, nervousness or berlain's Tablets. Thoy strengthen tion for four yearn. Labor landors, "tho blues," should accept tlrs. Uohr-berg- 's tho stomach and ouablo it to suggestion and give Lydia ii ho Willi, inuilo tho survoy Tuesday ut Pink ham's Vegetu bio Compound a gestionits isfunctions naturally. Indillltf IWlUUMt. usually accompanied by thorough trial. Tho utitimuted number of iinoiu-ploye- d For over forty years it has boon constipation and Is aggravated by it. given by tho smrvoy inoludod: correcting such iiilments. 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Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of al al al al itidl-gosti- on THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. por-for- m """ 3r3 j'fijBJSfeiaggigg .v :mm r M pose nt this writing, he hns long slnco gono to his reward,) says the first BELGIAN PAPER church organized In this country, was MYSTERY OF WAR CHURCH HISTORY that nt Goshen, tho pcconil, tho one nt Dcthcl, the third the one nt Nocreek and the fourth tho onn nt Condltt's, near Point Pleasant. The Inst tlmo SK Organization Of The M. E. Ulshop McKlndree preached nt Hart- Huns Were Never Able To Discover Patriotic ford he was too feeble to stand unil Church At Nocreek preached sitting In u clinlr. Publishers Depicted The' first .Sunday school In this county was organized by Gen. Hubert Harnett, nbout tho year 1820. It was London Tho best-kesecret of (The following clippings from nn taught In a vacant house east of thu old Ihkiio of this paper were furnlsh-o- d Owenoboro and Hartford road near the war kopt despite the efforts of us by Mrs. J. II. P.itlon, of thin where tho Alexander school Iioiiho the best Gorman spies nnd persistent place now Mands, two miles from Hartford. nnd vehement nttempts of German Along with other undent Nocreek In tho year of 182fi a Sunday school' governor of Delgium to learn It history It makes Interesting rending, was organiod nt the brick church by was the secret publication of the litmid for which wo thank Mm. l'ntton.) Hev. George McNoely, the Pastor, tle Dclglan newspaper I. a Delglquo Tin- - Methodist Kplncopal Church at The ollleers wore (leorgo McNecly, Libre, which appeared throughout tho occupation of Delgium, wn or- President; John Denham, Vivo Presi- German No Crock, Ohio County, ganized In the latter purt of the lSth dent; ltobort Harnett, Secretary; nml breathing dcllance. Tho paper Is now published as a or In the beginning of the 10th cen- Thomas Stevens, Treasurer, Thomas tury. Tliu original members were Dalrd, Hlggnson Delt, Samuel Den- dally. Tho only Information the Gernett, G. L. Davis and Joseph Dennett mans could get about the secret pubfrom the States of Mlrylnnd, and lication was contained in the front The first camp meeting were the managers. On account of the neglect of sev- pago of the newspaper Itself. It conheld In this county w;ih held near on the land then owned ly eral of our fellow Pastors to keep n tained the following announcement: "Price per copy varying from zeI'hlpp.s, who was class lender record of their work we loose a long William McKender was Presiding link, or a succession of links in the ro to the Infinite (distributors not to Killer The first circuit rider was history of tho church at this place, a exceed this limit.) "Uullotln of Patriotic Propaganda. Joshua llarnes. Jessie Walker wan fuct that we very much regret. Wo "Hegularly Irregular. you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll here about 1X01 and organized many shall have to jump over a long period "Submitting to no censorship. In 1S05 preaching was of time in which no doubt a great churches. all right, if you'll "Telegraphic address: Komman-dnntu- r, held at a school house that stood not many Interesting events happened. ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and Drusscls. General olllces are The reader will notice the names far from the burying ground, near nail some Prince Albert for packing 1 tho crossing of Nocreek and near of the respective officers, also tho Installed in an automobile cellar, owof having what was called Dennett's .Mill; a names of the olllces, instead of Su- ing to the impossibility appealing all along the smoke line. Just between ourselves, you mill built by Asn Dennett on land perintendent, it was President and them In n stationary place. never will wise-u- p Men who never before could to Advertisements Suppressed. and then in addition owned by John Dennett. until you can call a pipe smoke a pipe and men who've "Advertisements: Dusiness being at meeting was held weekly nt to this they had as you will notice a Clos by its first name, then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testify a standstill we have suppressed our Jeffreys Dennett's and quarterly meet- board of managers. you land square to the delight it hands out! P. A. ings wore held at the house of John Dut we have to leave them hero advertisement page and advise our on that Dennett which stood in tbo Held and Jump from this event In the year supporters to save th'eir money for can't bite or parch! Both are Prince Albert ! now owned by Joseph Condlt Harnett of our Lord, 1&28, to the administra- better times." cut out by our exclusive patented Knch Issue opened with a letter to (and at this writing the above tion of Hev. J. T. Pender, In 187C, process ! Well, sir, you'll be so tho German governor-genera- l, scornnamed Held Is owned by David More-land- ) losing a period of 48 years. happy you'll want to get a photoRight now while the going's Drother Pender says: "I took fully prodding him. The Konimnn-tanthe site of this house wiu a graph of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old jimmy received his copy regularly. A nhorl distance Northeast Obed lien charge of the Nocreek circuit in Mar. pike with your smokethrottle wide pipe or the papers and land on nett's barn, at this time tho members 187C and am now closing up my sec Delglau saw to that. Two agents reopen! Talk about smoke-spor- t! woresome P. A. for what ails your ond year as pastor, this March the 1st, sponsible for distributing the paper us. far as can Quality makes Prince Albert so Thomas Steens who was class 1S7S. During the two years I have were caught, but the printing press particular smokeappetite 1 leader and Nancy, his wife. Ili.nry received 7!i members into the church, never was found. A reward of $20,-00- 0 Yon bay Ptincm A Ibrtl ectrywhtrc tobacco it tote. Toppy rtd bag: was offered for any information Slovens btctvarl and his wire Han- - have organized two new churches, or tidy red tint, handromo pound and half pound tin humidor and V that clauy. practical pound crystal flat humidor with tponga leading to the detection of the staff, societies one at Washington school nah Copyright Mlt moUitncr top that kctpt f Ac tobacco in uch pcrlscf condition bjr K. i. Krynolai house nml one at Island Station, Mc- but although many persous were arHlggorson Dolt and wife, Denjamln Tobucs Co, R. Ji Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SaleN. Co Denton and wife, John Dennett Jr., Lean county, have had quite a nuni- - rested, most of them were released nnd wife. Amos lllpsley and wife, Mr of good revivals, When I came because of lack of evidence. The Germans were outwitted by the i John Dennett Sr., and wife, Huben ," Nocreek the church was not divided to reason. Tho telegraph, telephone, the tne home of all art and literature, and Into classes but each society was In Helglan patriots who printed Dennett, JetTress Dennett, Sarah Denpaper at a different place each lime. tnat a11 great cities are modeled after PLANS FOR TRACTION express and railway companies, under nett, Mollle Darnett, Sally Darnott, one class. were at least six editors. A the country? government ownership, would doubt4 classes There At Wesley Chapel, I made Lucres! Darnett. Don't you know that the stalned-bu- t LINE TO OWENSBORO less be conducted In normal peace from there, appointed 3 as we had one be- great many Helglans knew the secret, The first circuit extended never revealed It. The paper glass window of the church in town has times just as the Government Salt Hhcr down to the Cumberland. fore. At this place I appointed the sometimes was put in letter boxes and Is merely a copy of a bit of beautiful operated the Postofflce Department all A log house was built about this tirst woman class leader ever known &y through an oval break in the these years, which would mean that time, at Hetltel seven miles east of on this charge; Mrs. Surilda C. Ste- sometimes was put under doors. Once the Huns seized all the printing ma- - branches of a tree; that all archltcc-chlne- s Bondholders Buy Property the mammoth aforesaid Hartford, where the frame meeting vens. At White Oak (now Shinkle and typo In Helglan printing ture is merely a copy of nature; that Of Evansville Rail-Wawould be greatly enlarged and many house now stands: Here a church wns Chapel) I made n new class the first olllces, but the paper still came out. j the arched entrance of a great build-Onmore of the faithful could be handed organized, aud among the first mem- year and appointed J. D. Chapman Co. the Germans were so hot on .Ing Is but nn Imitation of the natural juicy slices of political rewards. bers wore John Stevens, class leader, class leader ami tho second year, I apan avenue of trees? Note We have been reading glowing acalso his wife, Stephen Stateler and pointed Jas. Shaver leader of n new the trail of the paper's staff that it arch of on great counts during the past decade or two wife, William Stevens and wife, John class at the same place. Also J. II. was published in Holland and smug- - ! the decorations in stone Kvansvllle, Ind., Jan. 18. iBond-holde- of bow government ownership was gled Into Delgium, the copies being buildings; what arc they? Leaves, Graves and wife, nnd several others James was appointed to take charge today bought the properties working so magnificently In Switzerwrapped around various commodities, j branches, twigs, flowers. All cities by the name of I. each, all of whom of the Infant class or members. Very "! thing, and of the Evansville Hallways Company land, Germany, New Zealand, and came from Maryland. little system Is carried out In any- In one case the editor apologized for are Imitations of the real y be- -' the real thing belongs to us in the at receiver's sale here for the sum of some other countries, and The decendants of these together thing, tho people have been used to the smell of some of the copies, $333,000. The Company operates many of our people, among whom cause they contained lumps of cheese, country. who composed this church working without rule, traveling with with others When a professional photographer traction lines from here to Itockport, arq some of our supposedly wisest In 1.S4.) went to the church South. guides, and lu the main, are opposed butter and other groceries. The most daring achievement was or an amateur photographer of some Intl., Jit. Vernon, Intl., and Hender- statesmen, have been led, boots and There was also In 1SO0, a church to any definite plan of doing things. son, Ky. The Henderson line was baggage, into the government ownerorganized at Goshen, two or three Though some little improvement is against Von Falkenhausen, governor-genera- l. experience wants some particularly not involved. One Issue contained a car- attractive views, nine times out of 10 ship camp. Very few, if any, of these being made, and has been made In miles Miuth of Hartford. The purchasers will turn the lines converts have taken time nnd trouble country. He s, Among the members were tho tho past few years. Quite a number toon of the general, with tho legend: ho drives out into the "Always be kind to dumb animals. recognizes that pictorial beauty is i over to , a new company, ..recently or- - to investigate the truth of falsity of ,, , I'hlpps, Hockors and Coxew of the membership don't seem to care ganizeu nere aim Known as me cvans- Von Falkonhnusen," There was a chiefly rural rather than urban. propaganda that has William I'hlpps was also loader. This nnvthlng for the minister's welfare, IvIHc and Ohio Valley Railway Com- - this Socialistic been designedly fed to the American church also In lSlfi went to tho scores of them never pay one cent to facsimile of his signature. Falken- Farm and Fireside. pany. The outstanding bonds against public. hausen summoned twenty of His spies, gaping With wide-opeTho pruiichors in the support of the gospel. Houthern church. the old company amount to $1,329,-00- mouths, like birdlings in a nest, they giving them h banquet nt which best This is the closing of Denjamln the early part of this century (19th It Is announced that the new liavo gulped down this worm of So- means for locating the publishers was , century) were James Axloy, Jesse A. Stubbing fourth year as Presld-- I tl11 nln c r.rt3 n mi sin i r FOR FLETCHER'S -- v discussed. Tho ne.t issue appeared ,nlBn aml are seuking With might Walker, Goodman, Peter Cartwrlght ing Kldor." .1. T. Pender. get permission from tho ndlana Leg - aj)d f A with a photograph of tho banquet! o tranform th,s glorlt 1 write Dro. Pender's name at tho anil Thomas A. .MoFranklin Travis lsiaiure anil uongress 10 consmici Republic Into a Socialistic Democrarris. close of his record, as near like his j wagon bridge across cy a traction and PICTl'HKS YOU DO NOT SICK. in which private property will bo LKTTKH FltOM FKAXCK. Thomas Taylor moved here very own signature as possible. All that the Ohio Illver here and the Exten- confiscated nnd individual merit and early, ho was a local preacher; for remains on record of the history of surveyed from Henderson to sion line enterprise smothered out. Mrs. F. O. Coffman, of Llvcrmore, years he wielded groat inlluonce for the church at Nocreek up to Hrother! Don't turn up your nose at the 1.ams nliwt ttlll uu nun,, I uinu nm lift llltllt n, l.ll I. !..!.. farm, with Its fields nud woods nud Ky., has received a letter from her nui. sujt:i jiuwi JIUIUU'JIU I13, .IMU llftuc 1 llin i up of Pender's time. Is the names of the good and to the building Olllclals of the Company say they or mo worm, hills and valleys. Don't you know- - brother. 1'rvt. Clarence Hardin silicons esiamisnmenc churches; but he also became radical members of the church at Nocreek in j bellovo that both the bridge and exThey appear on tho that tho woods and open country nro Kvjtu the 2nd., nrmy Machine gun tension can be completed within two It hns held the high beacon touch of In his views and opposed the travel- tho yoar 1S14. liberty and has led the world's peo- and Small Arms Center A. I. O. 747, years. ing preachers and church govern- - old book ns follows: pics to this glorious day of freedom. A K. V., In France. NanThomas Stevens, Class leader; , mcnl and authority and was accordDuring more than u century and a Dear Sister: This is Monday eve, Hjir to the best uthority wo are able cy Stevens, Henry Stevens, was Stew-- i Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured soon be Xmas, guess you all will have by local applications, as the) tanisot reach quarter it has been conservative and .IC years; Hannah Stevens, from aril for tt,J Ket 't''ui't'a paper tho church. a tine time nt home. Just think of the diseased portion ol Xhv car Tbirc Is through its conservatism hns become left by Thomas saruh Harnett, John Dennett, Jef-- J Extracts of a only one way to cure catarrhal diafmsn. me when you are eating Christmas youngest sou of James and forles Dennett. Ellon Dennett, John and that Is by a constitutional rtnudy the wealthiest and most powerful nalaird, an you last week, Catarrhal Deafntig Is taustd tylining nf tion on earth. It has boon blessed I wrote dinner. ratio Halrd. Dennett, Casander Dennett, Samuel condition of the niuious Whin this thought nt the'tlme I would get back the Eustachian Tube.rumMlne uound tubeIm-is fwlth leaders most of the tlmo who did Thomas Haird was born October Dennett, Lucrccy Dennett Reuben or Inflamed you have a but who to my company In time to get more perfect hcarlne, and when It Is entirely not follow )i8tli, 17S0, In Now York county, Penn Dennett. Thomas Dalrd, Mantla closed, Ueafntss Is the. rtsult Units the cautiously and conservatively guided things to send homo for Xmas, but Inflammation can be nductd and thin tube Denton, sylvania. Atheia i In the winter and spring Haird, Denjamln to Its normal condition, hcnrlnp Its future is now lu the ' did not you see. Have been in tho restored destroyed forever Many cases of its destiny of 1790, the family emigrated to Denton, Francis Chapman, Hubert ' will bo deafness are caused ly catairh, which Is balances, 1 left my monif it is now In tho zenith hospital Bincc Nov. 10, Kentucky aud settled in Nelson coun- Dennett, Joseph Dennett, Titus Denan Innamed condition of the mucous ey, (110 Franc)) and everything I had Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru of Its greatness to depart from the ty, near Dardstown, where they nett, Obed Dennett, Tally Dennett, the blood on the mucous surf acts of the true and the tried, cast to tho winds with a friend of mlno when I emtio system. resided until 1790, when they Elizabeth Dennett, Rebecca Dennett, We will to tho hospital, so I am broke, but any case of give One Hundred Dollars for what It has learned from experience, thou Ilar-ilf- n Miranda Denton, Joseph Darnett, Wilmoved to Hartford, Catarrhal Deaftxts that cannot any. I am be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, Cir- and go to chasing the ignis futus of that doesn't worry mo n By Conserving Your county, in liam Ford, Anna Ford, Jas., Ford, and sometime culars free. All l)ruKpli. lie. Socialism, what will bo tho result? F. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. O. about well and think I will soon be they settled Ford, Anna Hoover, Charlotte tho following year Go and delve in the ruins of Greece sent back hi will have plenty for myAt Delt, Cephas Simons, Sarah Fields, In tho neighborhood of Nocreek. ITIIMC OWNKHSIIII' LUNACY' and Rome's fallen glory for your self. they had but few neigh- Kachariah Fields and Uiggorson Delt, that tlmo answer. History repeats Itself. Wis Well Sis, the thing is over and I The record shows that Henry Stev bors; the whole country between For Nervousness or Government ownership of public dom tells every American citizen, the can tell a few of tho places I hnvo Yellow Hanks, (now ens hns been class leader for GG years, Hartford and Sleeplessness, Try been over. When things wore so utilities Is a lunacy of tbo tlrst magni- freest sovereign that ever saw Owensboro) was unsettled, an entire and that Hlggerson Delt joined thu light to stay" of liberty, flourshlng nnd constant fighting I tude, which if carried to its ultlmato tho The end. wilderness occupied only by hunters, church In 1S15. tried to write nlco letters to every- conclusion makes a nation of people in tbo old paths and demand G. W. DAME. bears, wolves and some buffalo and There Is of their representatives In tho one and always said I was not close a nation of P. S. I copy this from an old sometimes n few Indians. From to the front. I did that to keop you absolutely nothing else to it. Wo state legislatures and In the Halls parHuch society no moral improvement church record that I find at the all from being uneasy and worrying have bad tho truth of the foreglng of Congress to leave off all experisonage and I am not responsible for or Instruction was to be expected. about me. Dut now 1 will tell you statement conclusively ami notorious- menting In governmental affairs.' be had In tho the mistakes, If there be any, I No schools could 1 have seen action on four different ly proven by tho government's opera- The Fool Killer. neighborhood, hut most of tho few write this for publication by request fronts, Verdun, St. Michial, Argonno tion of our I'ostottico Department, this, then scarce- of several of the old residents, people w)m lived In Quitk iHire For Croup. and Champagne Am suro you havo which, as overyono knows, Is nothing ly settled county, could road and to both churches. but u Mammoth plecounter where reWatch for the first symptom, road of those, write. Chamberlain's I think I urn a lucky boy, don't wards to the faithful aro distributed hoarsuets and give A Nerve Sedative containSurgeons agree that lu cases of Thomas wns converted early in the you? 1 will come home some day by tho political party that happens to Cough Keraody nt once. It is prompt 19th. century, "tit a meeting carried Drulses.i Cuts, Hums and Wounds ing Ingredients recognized m at" first "W tho Presbyterians and tho First Treatment Is tho most imand you won't know mo. lleforo I come Into power. It hai been de- ami effectual. on -, by Specialists as having cMiiie to tho hospital I weighed 1CS clared by some of the leading busiMethodist., tint after by tho Methodist portant. When an efficient antisep"An Eskimo wears the same suit ness men of tho nation, who know that now. alone. This meeting resulted In tho tic is applied promptly, thore Is nn great value in the Treat- pounds, buttoI can't say last night for what they nre talking about, that our of clothoH all tho year round," ' I wont church . prgnnlzatlon of the Methodist Episco- dnngur of Infection and the wound ment of Nervous Diseases. the first time In five months, and l'oatolllco Department could bo "l'vo hoard so," replied tho uitin pal church at Nocroek In tho yoar Imping to heal at once. For use on heard u roul good sermon which I operated much mora olllelontly and with thu Hhlny coa Hle.vo. "Sunio-tl- a man or bm. Hormone I tho Ideal 180:2 or 1S03. 1'ju tempted to mftv wy AT ALL DRUGGISTS with muoh loos axpsusa to IU putroiu certainly enjoyed. many Antiseptic nud Hunting Agent. Huy John Phlpp, who vas for Berth, wbtre that sort of things J by a private corporation uiidw - minister, but now It now aud bo roady for an emergenGive my lova to Mununu and all MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. years a travelingtodhloHUblo." Pittsburg regulation, than by hrui4jt Hope to l8 homo soon. tho uhlldrcn. nud has bean for muiyr yarn n loeftl cy. Price 2 fie, 50c, $1.00 nnd $1.50. und tho declaration tttand Ttfleerapb. good wishes to nil, Luck, lova and m lu Hurtforjl, (aud I sup- - Sold by Ohio County Drue Co. lireacher BIT OF ANCIENT ; K, n. n, WII-Ha- m SAY, ..iiHluiHuHHHBP Vice-Preside- peak-of-pleasu- re all-fir- ed ur I er ys ce rs far-awa- Har-nard- .- n, Children Cry CASTO R 0. ,.,...,... . uni-iiauui- I I . RBI Your Strength Nervous Energy s. Sa-br- $$ place-hunter- s. ' i tal ii ut, ( ' Mi MMtfntt.ttM! utw.w'uimm,mm,tuinmmKm0fmmm - t" iAf?!'',,w !. r rl Many persons, no well as a number HOME Hl'YING HOME IIl'SINKSS of doctors, whoso opinions nro ordl-nnrlworthy of respect, favor lotting We, as a business proposition, the bnrs down nnd let the disease Pnblhdicd Weekly by HAJITKORI) PRINTING COMPANY take Its course. The truth Is thnt never turn down a legitimate offer to Incorporated the disease Is little understood even either increase our circulation or widen tho general volume of our S. TINSLEY, by the medical profession, and handW. C. E. SMITH, ling It is a matter lnrgely of guess circulation or widen tho general President volume of our field, whether it bo In ' work. locnl news gathering or advertising. Editor THOMAS JOHN 1IENRV (irave fears are felt lest rapidly Not alone by the production of news W. fc. TINSLKY, Aocinto Editor Increasing unemployment ln.the coun- matter can a rural newspaper exist. Manager. nnd lluslncss try produce a condition of Bolshelk-Isn- i While we take and rarry legitimate ' like that now disturbing northern foreign ads, yet wc more especially Entered according to law nt the and central Europe. Labor leaders desire and solicit business of the home Tostomce, Hartford, Ky., as mall are nl ready avowing that labor will people. When we say home peoplo matter of the second class. not stand for a reduction in wages we mean those within tho confines of re- the home County, for, our motto "Deto We should be the last to ask for a Address all communications duction of wages, but wages must voted to the Interests of all the people The Hartford Republican. necessarily follow the law of supply of Ohio County" carried weekly at Present wages, like tho head of the first page, is really and demand. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. prices of other commodities, nro tin and truly e.presslve of our sentl- , , Subscribers desiring tho paper sent k at rosent ,var flR. incuts. When a man can't get what to a new address must give the old!, wuntnvar ... Uw. ho desires and must have, from his ! MllHVlVi UitCl address in making the rcaucst Business Locals and Notices 10c should not lose sight of the fact that home merchant, or if ho is satisfied per line, and Be per lino for additionthe laws of trade as the laws of the he Is being treated unfairly "which al insertion. land must be respected, and to at- rarely over happens" then, In cither Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tempt the impossible would be, but to event, we can find no fault with such of Thanks, Ec per line, money in adto party going elsewhere to satisfy his bring about similar conditions vance. Church Notices for services free, those now obtaining in some of the wants. If your neighbor loses his but other advertisements, 5c per line troubled countries of Europe. We dwelling by fire or otherwise, if your will Anonymous coiiiiuujiiu.vi.iuua have faith in the good senso nnd church needs repairing, or calami y receive no attention. pntrlotsm of the laborers of this befalls one or more In your you don't go to Hardlns-hurcountry, but sane counsel must pre, TELEPHONES. , Leitchfleld or Greenville to so vail If we are to avoid a calamity to 123 Cumberland licit aid from merchants and business labor and the public nlike. CO Farmers Mutual men of those towns, no, not by a long We assume no superior wisdom in shot, the business innu adjacent to JANUARY 114 tho matter of the tobacco problom, you, whether it be Kordsvlllc, Rock-por- t, Centertown, or other point, in but wo want to urge the growers of Hlllesboro, Texas, burn- that commodity in this county thnt every instance, is asked to bear the A mob at burden of charitably administering to ed a negro at the stakc.who was un- only by some sort of unity of action legal sentence oi death. And cau they hope to better tho condition. relieve the distresses of the unfortuder yet we charge the Iluns with being The county grows something like ten nate around him. This being recogmillion pounds' of tobacco, and it is nized as true by all of us, does it cruel and inhuman. of a quality that appeals to the trade. not become our bounden duty to add Mother-in-laWilson ought to be The one thing certain Is, thnt as long our mite to the home man's business, a very loyal American citizen. She as it hauls it to Owcnsboro nnd sells it if he be deserving, tho better to him to serve his community, not on the auction block disappointment Is" now enjoying an extensive Junker, of Europe at the expense of the tax must reward the mistaken policy. If only in a business wny but in the huntho farmers of the county can come dred and one ways demanded by so payers of the county. Let us uphold the to some workable terms of unity of ciety in general. The Republican offers its sincere action, and hold their tobacco in the hands of the home man, and of each sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow F. county, a purchaser will come to the other. Petty, of Louisville, In their sorrow- county for it. The expense of marful loss by death of their only child, keting' ten million pounds of tobacco KNIGHTS OK PITIIIAH MEET. Nts. Elizabeth Hanney. at Owensboro makes that policy im The Knights of Plthlas held their practical. It should be marketed at " The voters of the county will be home, and can he, at a price not less annual meeting for the election of j called upon soon to vote on the road than the Owensboro market, if the officers, Tuesday night. A full attax again, and It is the duty of every farmers can only find a way to co- tendance of tho members was had, citizen to fully acquaint himself with operate with each other in a practi- and the following officers were elect-ethe working provisions of the law If cal way. Hold the tobacco until th passed. buyer comes for it. Do not take it C. C J. C. Her j V. C U. S. Carsim to him. K. of R. fc S The matterof who the Republicans McDowell Kogle I We attach so little responsibility M. of F may nominate for president is so far J. R. Pirtle! anybody's guess. There Is no lack to the editorial utterances of the m. 01 k w. S. Tlnslej of capable material, but peace nego- Hartford Herald that we have hereto Prelate J. Bean W. H. Gillespie tiations are just now attracting the fore Ignored them, but this unbtush- - M. of A attention of the, country, and politics ling confession of shamelo.ssnes is so M. of W A. G. Nail ridiculous and absurd that we offer Representatives is being given little attention. to the Grand now we are going to the record -It to our readers as an evidence of the Lodge at Lexington, In June, J C. thu county clerk's olfice for such re ' Our good friend, Uncle Iiill School- depths to which the once respectable Her and McDowell Fogle. cord Information as is obtainable er, has entered the newspaper field Herald has fallen. Think, if tho Many deals are not put to record unagain at Somerset, as editor of the Idea is conceivable, of a professed SIIEKIKK DINES COURT. til some time after they aro made, Where ever Uncle minister of the gospel giving voice to Commonwealth. but the records copied are of transHill is there is always a newspaper, this unutterable endorsement of the Sheiiir and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher fers that have been made recently. were host and hostess at an elegant and we are mighty glad to see the old mob. C. A. Nabors to 11. F. Bean, lot in. ' "The Hartford Republican seems dinner given Wednesday to tho mem- Dundee, $C5il. war hoss back in tho harness. . 10 oe so conscience smitten and so bers of tho fiscal court. The table C. II. Brown to Aaron Pollard, Several subscribers of the Home deeply solicitous lest the carcass of was tastefully dressed and fairly burtract in Narrows precinct, SO acres, Telephone Company have asked us some kinky haired rapist of tin dened with good things to eat, and to cuss the managers of that line for south sulfer harm that he forgets t the guests were pleasingly entertain- $S30. J. H. Glenn to Ertin King, lot in inefficient service, but after cussing lay whether he approves, condones, ed. Thoe pre-ewere: Esquire II. Hartford, $1,000. on our own account we find our or discourage the otfense. them Verily no C. Rhoadh, George W. Roue. Quint George R. Erwinto J. M. Givens. ' stock of profanity is exhausted. jne. be he white or black, will eve.' Brown, Sam Stevens, William C. tract on Beaver Dam and Rochester ho excused on southern soil who vio Daugherty, Kd Shown and Ben Rice, road, 2G acres, $400. Democratic race for the nomi- lates tho unwritten law or attempts ..The County Attorney Arthur Kirk. CounJesse Phlpps to Oiice Everly, 21 nation for governor is probably made to spoil virture. Say Amen! Broth ty Clerk Claude Blankonshlp, Almsacres, Centertown, $S00. up of Black, Carroll and Cherry. We er." house keeper 'Charlie Smith and J. J. E. MattliiKly to Lon Gallowav, would venture a guess at the winner The position of the Republican on II. Thomas, Esquire W. S. Dean was 11 acres near Dundee, $2,10. we do not know how Stanley mob Inw can not be mistaken. but It is not in attendance at court, and Judge C P. Mlilkiff to H. W. Ralph. 4 4 and Beckham are going to line up edited by a decent citizen, and among Cook was not able to attend on ac- acres, Magan, $400. the state and federal otlicebolders. such there is no dillerence of opinion count of sickness in his familv. H. W. Ralph to S. S. Brown, 4 1 about the rule of mob. acres, war Magan, $500. If our farmers are going to con- good citizen respects the obeys The and the HAKLAN TINSLEY Lafe DcWeeso to Sam Bennett, 77 tinue loose leaf system of tobacco law. Adequate punishment for the AOM IN C'RHMANY acres, near Shrove, $1,500. eales why not build a loo&e leaf rapist is provided In for the W. J. Mldklff to J. J. Keowii, 35 house in the county. Breckenrldge, laws of all tho states, and responsible Mr. and .Airs. Elmer Tinsley, of ncres, Magan, $1,200. Hart. McClean and many other coun- people favor tho rule of law. So far Route B, recently received a letter G. A. Nell u Chester Smlser, 43 ties, raising no more tobacco than as wo have observed this preacher-edito- r from their son. Harlan E., written acreii, on Panther Creek, $1,000. Ohio have them. Why tho expense is the. only newspaper man in from Layn, Germany, near Cobleuz J. II. Richardson to Energy .Moore, of hauling to Owensboro? Kentucky who has over boldly and Ho is much impressed with the coun- 47 acres, $C0O, The result of the German elections, shamelessly advocated the rule of tho try there, which is made up of big ("has. S. Wedding to W. O. Lee. All 10(1 acres, Sulphur Springs, precinct. held Sunday, to elect members of the mob. We assume tho owners of tho bills, valleys and small rivers. edi- of the Ohio county boys in his regiNational Assembly, is encouraging. Herald will call this mob-ma- d $1,100. The Moderate Socialists won an easy tor to account for his shameless de- ment, the 321!.. Division 32, with the exception of Carl Wilson, of Rock-por- t, Do you get up at night? victory, and as they represent the fense of open disorder. Sanol is who was in tho hospital from surely the best for all kidney or bladmost esponsiblo goup of present GerIIIItTIIIMY DINNER. slight effects of gas, were well and der trouble. Sanol gives relief in man leadership, tho establishment of doing flno. Tho 322nd. crossed the 24 hours form all backache and blada responsible government may now be Mr Leslie Ward's birthday cele- German Sanol is a guaranteed and Luxemburg lino Dec, der troubles. and expected. remedy. 50c $1.00 a bottle at bration, at his home near Nocreuk 1st, having inarched through from tho drug store. 4C-Thursday or last week, was out of tho near Verdun. Franco, which point The Republicans o Ohio .county ordinary fifty-fouin that the guests, they left November, 17, crossing should give Ed Marrow 700 majority ono for each year of age, were Rhino December 13. Ho says tho for governor at the November elec- all his relatives. Of his "tho theso one was1 hardest work I ever did was tion. The party was never In better an aunt, the Martha "Ward, tho remain- night boforo tho armistice was sign nbape in the county. Our county oder being his children, brothers and ed, wo wero runing a telephone line fficials have been faithful and ef- sh,t,ers and cousins and their families. up to tho front and tho shells and The Successful Farmer Alficient, our fiscal co.utt has been the tvn eieganti dinner and a pleasant bullets wero whistling equal of any that over set in the day were enjoyed by all around us. ways Have Good Hogs. tho host and his 1 was in an old barn tho no.U morn court house, factional differences guests. , While roturuing from tho ing trying to tako a nap Get The have completely disappeared, and hoine'df her nephew when the Mrs. Martha Sergeant called me and said tho we ought to easily give the majority I MM Mil mi firing jni i Ward was thrown from tho horso sho would ceaso at 11 o'clock, I could Ed Is worthy of it. mentioned. was riding, and was painfully injur hardly bollove it, but at the end of ed. the last minute all firing ceased. I The Republican t confesses to an had been under shell fire so long 1 nbundance'ot Ignqrdncp in the matter ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. of moderating the spread of influenAll persons having claims against olt like u bird out of u cage and count myself lucky to got out at all." za, and a part of such denseness is tho estato of Laura Qulsettberry, de in its inability to see tho practicabili- ceased, will presont samo to mo for REAL ESTATE DEALS. ty of putting tho ban on only chil- poyment on or bororo February 1C, Another lot of Pigs. Some dren under fifteen years of age. Tho 1919, nt my residenco, near Olaton, The real estato deals in Ohio coun- nice females and service Jiu, in Hartford at least, is by no K :50t3pd ty . for tho past six months have boon boars. means confined to persons of such R. W. QPIHKNBERRY. Admr. Pedigree with all tho largest in tho county's history, age. In fact, relative to numbers, a Stock. and higher prices have been paid. much higljur per centago of people FOR SALE. Lot and two htory brick storohouso. Wo have reported the moro Imabove than below that ago is afflicted LOYALL P. BENNETT, with it. Opinions of the profession good condition and most doslrablo lo- portant trans,fers at tho time they .Volar) Public, laity dlffor as to the cation. Addros Hox 321, Hartford. were made, whora wo could get inns wall s the formation Jn regard to thorn, and Hartford, Ky., R. 7. best means of bundling the matter. I or apply at this of flee. 21tf. IThe Hartford Republican ly Sec.-Tre- as. V fn.. iir nqigh-borhoo- d, g, production of Dodge Cars enable the manufacturers to establish the following prices on the various Dodge Models: T HE assurance of material for quality Touring Car Roadster Sedan or Coupe Commercial Car F. 0. B. Detroit, Mich. $1,085 $1,085 $1,650 $1,085 1, 1919. on-ab- le These prices guaranteed until July Give us your order now. d. J. F. Casebier Beaver Dam, Ky. '' 6c Co. " J J MW,IMM J "The House That Service Built" Service is the most important word in business y to test ours is to find out that we are ready to take care of any reasonable want at the veiy lowest market prices. We stand the test. to-da- nt j 1 i i I I We have on hand 12 Ladies' Coat Suits, 20 Children's Coats and 15 Ladies Coats. In order to make room for Spring Coats and Coat Suits, we offer them at a.reductoin of OFF. Come and take your choice of these Coats and Suits. We also quote prices on Staples: ONE-THIRD A good dress Gingham r, OH! I SEE! 1 f Q. I. c. jB Light Percal h Dark Percal L L one yard wide Brown Cotton One yard wide Hoosier Cotton 4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting 10-- 4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting 10-- 4 Bleached Sheeting One yard wide Messenger and Hope Bleach The very best Dark Outing Light Outing ; Utility Spring Ginghams Toil Du Nord Spring Ginghams. .!.'.....'. Visit us for your needs. 28-inc- h 28-inc- 9-- 25c 20c 25c 18c 20c 60c ft ore 7(jc 25c 30c 25c soc 40c Carson (& Co. w; Hartford, Ky. JZk - - . " " .! ,. iff-- . Si E3H .t.it Sec Luther Chlnn, Heaver Dam, Ky., for high class road wagons. $TO$$M9SftM9frMro9roM$MM9M9 Special Sale! Capt. Earl Bennett, of Owensboro, came up Wednesday and spent tho night with his brother, Mr. Rnmejr Duke. y AUCTION SALE! AT COURT HOUSE SQUARE J. W, Reynolds, of Owensboro, are the guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Reynold's mother, MrSr-Louls- e Spen- - J ,The i AuK We have a limited quantity of Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits; Misses' and Children's Cloaks that we have placed on sale at 25 per cent off of regular price. Everyone absolutely new and style. This means a up-to-da- ,ccr, at Fortlsvllle. Jones, with J P. Cnsc-hlthe Dodge Automobile people, of Heaver Dam, was hero on business yesterday. Mr. II M. & Co , er Hartford, Ky., Saturday, February 1st Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock A. XM., bf 25 to Iowa mares, weighing from 1,100 to 1,400 pounds, lour to seven years old and well broken. $ ' te Mr, Rain Gaines, of Kordsvllle, attended the fiscal court Wednesday, and urged the adoption of a better system of road building. Tho fiscal court has called a road tax election for Saturday, February Sth. Notice of the election will appear In this paper next week. AViinfcil .$35.00 Coat Suit $30.00 Coat Suit $25.00 Coat Suit $20.00 Coat Suit.... $26.25 $22.50 $19.00 $15.00 housekeeper. Settled white woman as Good wages to right A. party. Mrs. K. ANDERSON, Hartford, Ky. ft$$'TOVsros$w Mr. Lum Coleman, of Rockport, called on us while in town Saturday. Two weeks ago wo had nn account of Mr. Coleman's buying a dog tag, under protest, and had a letter from him later denying tho ownership of a dog, and demanding a pound of candy as an apology. Wo plead sheriff Bratcher as our authority for the story and sent Mr. Coleman to Aus for the candy. Wo found Mr. Coleman a very agreeable gentleman, and thank the dog tag incident for the pleasure of meeting him, mm C. A. PAYNE, JR., Auctioneer. C. P. TURNER, ClerK. A. B. COHEN. 2j . Cloaks and Children's Coats in like proportion. If you do not need now, the investment would be profitable for next year. Mr. Ad Howard, former deputy In olllce who was for several months nt Camp Taylor, has been mustered out of the service, and is back in Hartford again. tho circuit clerks Just received a car load of Columbus road wagons. If in need of a first clas road wagon call on, LUTHER CHIN.V, Beaver Dam, Ky. Judge It. W. Slack Is recovering us a reel that had been In her family for more than a hundred years. The reel was brought to this county by her grandfather, George Wedding, from Maryland, in about the year 1808, or one hundred nnd eleven years ago. Mrs. Mldkiff does not know how old the reel was at the time of her grandfather's removal to Kentucky. A reel is an instrument for "hanking" spun cotton or wool thread, and few of the younger generation has seen one. This reel Is in an excellent state of preservation, and has a cog wheel mechanism that clicks every time a hundred, rounds of thread is carried over It. Mrs. Mldkiff lives on the spot where her grandfather built the first houss Jn the entire Sulphur Springs community. TO THE PUBLIC. I have been released from military service, and shall now be continuously In my office in Hartford for the practice of medicine, and shall appreciate the patronage of the public. E. B. PENDLETON, M. D. I.Ol'ISVILLK MARKETS. Millinery Department. Remember, all Hats at half price. Big saving to you. Save money buy now. And remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. 7kzz&Gb, Hartford . Republican ..lANTARV J!4 I Mr. Alva Arnold, of Horse Branch, was among our callers Tuesday. Mr. L. Crnbtreo was In Louisville a few days the first of the week. FRIDAY It., II. & E. K. n. TIME TABLK. For quality try my line of Diamond outh Bound. No. 116 8:00 a. in. Island groceries. None better. Due at Hartford W. II. BAIZE. Rorth Bound, No. 114 6.4 C p. m. Due at Hartford Good clover hay for hale. Se5 (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) T1CI3 BURNS, Hartford, , Uor-ennf-l Ky. .. uour? 5 Wanted To buy 1,000 pounds of good popcorn. and Social Euents. Al.liMli ........... ..... . ii.iriioiu, iy. ..-K1AI-1 ! .. I Mr. and Mrs. John Bell took their small child to Owensboro Tuesday to Mrs Hle Condit, of Matanzas, was In town Wednesday. Mr Raymond Phillips 'was in ensboro Tuesday. Ow- have its tonsils removed. - liard county, visited tho family of Mr. and Mrs. I'lrtlo Nelson, of Hal Mr. j. a. Duke the lir&t of tho week I, fs If "19L9" does not appear on the Mr Rilllo White, of Narrows, was yellow slip on jour Republican mall us a check and wo will place It there. in town Tuesday. W. S. Tinsley was in Louisville' Mrs. Mary Cummlngs, of Hart ford. f Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv and Tuesday. Hooor, this week. Central City Ar- Mr, Grant Pollard, of Fordvllle, gus. Kvas in Hartford Tuesday. An examination for common school Prof Ozna Shults has seven chll- - diplomas will bo held at Hartford. i Beaver Dam and Fordsville today and dren down with tho flu. tomorrow. The $12,000 High school building, Wo want a correspondent at every at Morgantown, burned last week. principal center where wo do not alMrs Roy Keith died at her borne, ready have one. Send us a trial letter and ask for supplies. near Olaton, Tuesday morning. ! yM Mr On account of tho frosh outbreak New store every article In stock of tho llu, Mrs. J. H. Thomas did not absolutely now. make her contemplated visit with W. H. BAIZE. her husband here this week. A complete lino of shirts, tic and Mrs. Lucy Steel, who lives with collars at Mrs. Mary Rowo here, fell and dls-- , W. II. nAIZE'S new store. located her hip one day last week. Mrs. C. M. Ferguson, of Obion, She was taken to Evansvlllo for Tcnn., la visiting her father, Mr. R. T. Her! Uncle Alex Curtis went to OwensIf you have a horse or a farm boro Tuosdny. Wo do not know tho you want to sell advertise it in tho character of Undo Alex's business, and as ho Is a widower In search of Republican. a wife, wo did not think It well to By one of thoso unaccountable slips the newspaper Mr, and Mrs. John Myers, of near writer somegirl, Roslne, uro tho parents of a times makeswe buul last week that In a letter to tho editor of the tin. Major Charles DoWeese, was visiting born Monday morning. liubllcau. Mr. Ernest Woodward, who In the county. Wo should, nnd Attorney C. B. Is in Washington City, engaged In a meant, to say Major Clarenco Commonwealths days war tax case, says: "Sentiment hare James and Clarence are each Smith wus In HawsvIIIe a faw . . .1. 4at,1(tif Gen. Learnt! " uusiliimi, ill,. Ul 11IU IIIO t lirl in.iii,1.a .huhI. llnnrnfllr alrrnit j' growing forand against il Wood for Majors Jn the Military service, but president, .if Miu government Dr. CharlJo is practising modlolno t in.i..ni ' ownership," Martwick, In .Muhlenburg county. court. . from an attack of inllueuza. Judge Hogs Market steady, best heavies, Charles II. Ruhh, of Hopklnsvllle, is holding the Hawesville term of court 150 pounds and up $16.10 17.35; pounds down $U.00014.50; 150 for judge Slack this week. throwouts, $14.25. Cattle Shipping, $13.00 15.00; Man past thirty with horse and light, $10.50 $13. 00; fat heifers, buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder In Ohio County. Salary $90 per $S.00 12.00; fat cows, $9.00 11.- month. Address 424 South Meridian 50; medium, $7.35 9.00; feeders, ?8.0012.00;stockers $7.00 10.00; St., Indianapolis, Indiana. milch cows, common to choice, $50.-0- 0 100.00. Mrs--. Henry Shaver died at Heaver Calves Common to choice, $5.00 Dam Sunday. Mrs. Shaver was the 12.50. widow of I'nclc Henry Shaver, a vete Sheep and Lambs Best sheep $8.-0- 0 ran of tho Civil War, and wellknown 8.50; bucks, $7.00 down; choice to the older generation of the coun lambs, $14.00 15.00; culls, $8.00 ty. 9.00. Butter Country, 35 37 cents. Mr. Damon Tinsley, who Is station Eggs Candled, 53 56 cents a ed nt a New Jersey Camp, arrived Sunday for a ten days furlough, and dozen. Hens 22 24 cents; largo spring, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. cents; medium and O. R. Tinsley, of the Washington chickens, small spring chickens, 27 30 cents; community. roosters, 14 20, as to ago; ducks, Mr. Park Taylor, who has been 20 22 cents; turkeys, 2S30 cents; with the Army Aviation Corps, at Wa geese, 17 22; guineas, $3.60. m co, Texas, has been released from ar my service and has returned to the THEODORE VAIL employ of the Illinois Central Rail road Company. Is J!iIslic'Kl in Disguise, Sas Senator Sliciiiiaii Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church here, Saturday and Sunday The new Presiding Elder, Rev. L. K Washington, Jan. 20. Senator May, will be present. He will con Shorman, of Illinois, Republican, deduct the business meeting Saturday clared in the Senate today that Theoafternoon at 3 o'clock and will preach dore N. Vail, personal adviser on wire Sunday morning. control to Postmaster ownership of telegraph and telephone lines in orRev. A. D. Litchfield and Messrs der that tho property of the AmeriA. I). Kirk, J. 11. B. Carson and Judge can Telegraph and Telephone ComW. H. Barnes went to Owensboro pany, of which Mr. Vail is president, this morniug to attend tho District can bo "unloaded" on the Governcentenary Missionary Institute of the ment. M. E. Church South. "Theodore N. Vail is an assistant to Mr. Burleson and is interested in Hobart Baughn and Hobart Tins unloading the American Telegraph & ley, of the Washington neighborhood Telephone Company on tho Govern-inen- .t returned from Akron, Ohio, Wednesand Mr, Burleson "knows It," day. They had been up to the Rub Senator Shorman said. "Mr. Vail is ber City. looking for work, but say a Bolshevist in disgulso. Ho believes that work of desirable nature, or at in Govornjnent ownership of teleliving wages, is hard to find. graph and telephone lines because that is tho best method of unloadMr. Nat Lindley, of Point Pleasant, ing tho American Telegraph & Telewas in town Wednesday. Mr. Lind phone Company." ley lives on the farm upon which e his father was born, and lived to the TERMS WILSON'S SHIPYARD age of four scores years. The farm POLICY 'ALMOST CRIMINAL' has been In the same family for more than a hundred years, and in that Washington, Jan. 22. President time only threo deeds of transfer Wilson's failure to remove restrichave been made. tions against the construction in American shipyards of steel ships for Mr. Silas Stevens, of Cromwell. foreign account was critlzed in tho came to Hartford, Wednesday to urge Senate y by Senator Jones, of the fiscal court to submit a road tax Washington, who declared it unjustiMr. Stevens said the road fiable and "almost criminal." Such election. upon which he lived had already been a policy, ho said, not only compelled put in order, but he wanted his less shipyards to suspend operations, favored neighbors, living off tho throwing thousands of men out of main roads, to have road advantages employment, but resulted In these us good as bis own. contracts being awarded to firms In other countries. The flu is no respector of officials. Judge Cook's wife, daughter and litFOR SALE. tle grand daughter have it, Superin One tract of land, 55 acres, terms tendent Hdfrnrd and his entire family nre all ill of it, Mrs. C. E. Smith and reasonable. Apply to Capt. W. B. Miss Ethel Binkley are afflicted with Bennett, U. S, A., 120 W. 17th St., the t rouble, and Claude has, probably Owensboro, Ky., or L. D. Bennett, escaped so far only because ho was II. K 1), No. 3, Harjford, Ky, 27t4 at Hawesville attending court. tp Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING : . 1919 : $ The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars for the lowest possible price, consistent .with dependable quality, is too well known to require comment. Therefore because of present conditions, there can be no change in the price on Ford Cars. t : 4 212t Runabout Touring Car Coupe Sedan Truck Chassis $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 W The prices P. O. B. Detroit. E. P. BARNES & BR0. t 4'-- ! Beaver Dam, Ky. SPEND LESS Than You Make . And to-da- Bank The Difference THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU - CKNTUKV OLD RL'KL. BANK OF HARTFORD THirty-Si- x ira, I We enjoyed un excellent meal, of sausage, backbone, homemade cu cumber pickles our favorite dishes with many other good things (o eat, with tho family of Mr. W. P. Mldkiff, near Sulphur Springs, Sunduy. After dinner was over Mrs. Midklff, having road recent accounts of "old things" iu the Republican, showed Years in " Business to SmiSiujmmffsnmfiVUm :V he had consulted two eminent Jurists CAUSKS OF FAILUItK IN DKMOltlLIATION on the penal responsibility of the foremperor, were mado mer German (Lake Division News.) NOW IN SIGHT public today. The report wns drawn It is not a flooded labor market Larncude, dean of up by Ferdinand out of the the Paris Law Faculty, and Dr. A. 0. that puts tho Lnprcdolle, professor of rights of running, for returning Industrial Do prosperity would absorb this kind of Drys Would Clamp Lid As ' nntlnns In the same faculty. object of the inquiry wns to In man as well as any other workers Tho Tight As Dick's vestigate, from a purely Jurldicl.il Tho chnngod psychology of tho citiHat Band point of view, if the crimes committed zen soldier resulting from his milil tho cause of this failby the German government and army tary training Involved the penal responsibility of ure. Tho two greatest wars of tho TVnshlngton, Jnn. 19. Now thnt tho former German emperor, what people In the Inst cenJudge hi in ntid peaking should prohibition nmendmont trtlinnitl the national forces aro I whether his extradition could be de- -, tury, the English Crimean War and has been ratified, the "ilrv" our Civil War havo failed miserably manded. preparing to move tin Congress to perSeventy-liv- e fed-or"hone-dry- " j of the report gnve a In demobilization. The authors the passage of a ended net to carry the provisions of the long argument against bringing the cent of the Crimean voternns before a tribunal of com- - their lives In tho work house. The nmcnilment Into effect. fighting men who fall to "Wayne B. Wheeler, general counsel 'mon law, because his will command percentage of League of Amor-le- a, ed, but his nanti uiu nm cacuuh-- . make good In civilian life Is extremefor the has Just made public the provi- They say he was not the principal ly high. In the government service, While sions which tho "dry" forces propose offender, and that, therefore, ho could main only bo punished as an accomplice a man Is relieved of all of his natural to write Into this law. In the An International tribunal consequent- responsibilities, the need of providing they are as follows: for himself and his dependents a icuci-n- l ly must bo found. First The appointment of commissioner They consider the Hague Arbitra- which Is the strongest Incentive to enforcement law with sufficient and adequate power tion Court, founded at the 1S99 con- activity. Furthermore, a soldier is not exami assistance to secure the enforce- ference, Incompetent to try him, as was meant for cases where pected or encouraged to think of himthe court ment of the act. even tho kind of Second A provision for the abate- no penalty is to be applied. They self. Everything Is decided for by Injunc- argue an entirely new Jurisdiction clothes he must wear ment of liquor nuisances must be created, which should be the him. All self Interest Is destroyed. tion. well- Third Conferring of power upon first Instrument of a league of na- Ho Is not working for his own appear fare, or his own profit. Ho Is one of tho law enforcement commissioner to tions, and in which should prescribe rules and regulations, with exclusively the states which fought the countless units who must obey without thought of self. Germany. approval of the commissioner of A physically lit soldier after thre revenue, for tho manufacture Tho two French Jurists prove that and distribution of wine for sacra- the extradition of the former German years of warfare, takes no thought of ruler can not be refused, as he is not providing for his own substance, he mental purposes and alcohol for purposes. a political refugee. The report says: has been trained for three years In This to assimilate dependence, not Authority. "It Is Seek Necessary Crimes of war severe handicap to his successful reconspiracy. Fourth Conferring of all neces- war with and Interna- turn to civilian life can only be helpsary authority on officers and fixing are crimes of public law crimes." ed by n clear understanding of the not political law, of adequate penalties for violation of tional man's difficulties on the part of his IMuiMinbli. "Director" the act. family and fellow-cltlzenThe sale, manufacture, The authors of the report com Fifth The disabled soldier who must exporta- mence by establishing that no penalty transportation, importation, build up a new life for himself has tion and possessing of intoxicating is possible against a nation any more this handicap of mental attitude liquor for beverage purposes to be than against a company, but that the aside from his physical handicap. manager or director of a company prohibited. Few of tho people at homo could Sixth All intoxicating liquor ille can be punished. do enough "war work" to feel that manufactured or gally possessed, "The emperor, in the first place," they were as vital a factor In winning sold, and all Implements used in the says the report, "as king of Prussia, the war as the boys over there. The Illegal manufacture of such liquors is president of the confederation, by war will not bo won for any of us -shall be considered contraband. virtue of special law in which hu- If we as a nation fail to restore our Seventh The phrase "intoxicating man will docs not enter. The Ger- fighting men to the lives they left liquor" shall include distilled, malt, man sovereign depends only on God when they served their country, and fermented, vinous, alchoholic or any and the sword. AVlth such conceprestore our industries to their old Intoxicating liquors. tion of power, It would be unjurldl-cl- al activity and progress. Eight An adequate search and to the highest degree to allow the Demobilization is a duty which peoseizure provision, similar to those emperor to escape responsibility for ple, tired of the strain of war. which have proved effective In the en- the war for which, under the constl-tio- are willing to shirk. It seems as If forcement of prohibitory laws In the the decision belonged to him things will sort of settle down If only ctates. alone; his responsibility for violation left to themselves. Hut demobilizaNinth The .sale of alcoholic patent of Helgian neutrality, which was will tion is a front line of service going on or proprietary medicines which are ed by him; his responsibility for acts in every community in tho l'nlted possible or capable of being used as a of terrorism by his troops, which he States where discharged men are beverage should be surrounded by tho willed and ordered." to their homes. same safeguards as the bale of alco"LVe Fire And Sword." The lives of our lighting men and hol. Tho report quotes a letter from of their families will be long. IgTenth Provision to prevent any the former emperor to the emperor nominious years of misery after a to evade scheme, device or subterfuge jf Austria in the early days of the few years of glory if we cannot pull tho provisions of the act. emperor together and prove that Americans with the war in which the German In accordance Eleventh wrote: can finish a war well, even If they national prohibition amendment the "My soul is torn asunder, but have to start one. e be asked to several states are to everything must bo put tt) fire and Lieut. Colonel L. W. Mulloy, of the legislation in harmony with the blond. The throats of men and wo- Canadian forces, writes along tho to carry out its provifederal law men, children and the aged must bo foregoing lines on "Demobilization" sions. cut and not.a tree nor a house left in the December number of "ReconSuch other provisions as Twelfth standing. struction." will destroy every vestage of tho bev-a x "With such methods of terror, erage liquor traffic throughout the UF.I) ('IU)SS. which alone can strike so degenerate United States and Its possessions. . people as France, the war will All of the "wet" states are to be finish befoie two months, while if I Tho A. 11. C. distributed 200,000 notified that It is their duty to enact use humanitarian methods it may flu masks among American troops In prohibition laws In harmony with the prolong for years. Despite all my France. "The beverage repugnance, I federal amendment. have had to choose liquor traffic never will be legalized the first system," rvico Tho Hod Cross disponsary in this nation again," bald Wheeler. Tho words "I" and "my" in the in Paris has a school where French of Con" as it will take report. women are taught district nur-inof tho states letter are italicized In tho gress and three-fourth- s ".Modern law," tho report conto repeal constitutional prohibition tinues, "does not recognize irresponand that never will be possible." Tho A. It. C. War Council has matle sible authorities, even at the summit I'lcpiirlng I. emulation. a further appropriation of $:',7r,,000 It brings a state It has been understood from the of hierarchy.its pedestal and makes it for general relief work In Siberia. down from first, of course, that statutory legislasubmit to the rule of the Judge. tion by Congress would havo to acwith the Hrltl.--h gov"There can," therefore, be no quescompany the amendment. Until tion of saving from the Judge a man ernment the A. H. C. has spent $2S;i, within the last week or ten days tho d chilwho Is at the summit of hierarchy, U00 In caring for leaders of the "drys" wore not thinkeither by the application of internal dren in England. ing of applying to the present of for legislation to go with law or international law." Through tho Hod Cross 2.JU,4:U Now they have the amendment. Christmas parcels wero forwarded to In view of asks ii;i:kiiom foi: practically decided that, IMIII.ll'I'I.VF. ISLANDS tho American Expeditionary Forces tho fact that there may not bo a. overseas. new Congress, upecial session of the Seattle, Wash., Jan. 18. Comthe necessary accompanying legisla- plete political Independence Is The Hed Cross Homo Service desired tion should be enacted at once. by tho Philippine Islands, Manuel L. means to prevent any disabled solThe legal advisors for the "drys" dier from making the mistake of rearo here conferring with senators and Quozon, presidnet of the Philippine fusing retraining. hore today. Quezon, who was tho representatives who havo been most Senate, declared in a statement Issued active In promoting national prohibiUed Cross rations of milk, corn and Philippine delegate to Congress from tion, and It was said today that with- 11110 to 1!17, arrived hero yesterday sugar, and soup kitchens in Madiera in a few days a bill probably will bo and the Azores aro tiding the islandready for presentation to Congress. on a honeymoon tour. "Wo want freedom," ho said. "Tho ers over a famine almost continuous Of course, after the national prohiL'nlted States, however, has been so during tho wur. bition amendment becomes effoctlvo Just and so honorable in dealing with tho United States District Attorneys tho Philippine Half of tho 80,000 French babies Islands that It would overywhere, and In fact all thu law bo ungrateful for us to bring up tho who died last year might havo been officers of the federal government, matter during tho prosent omergoncy. saved. "Visit every baby in Franco!' will be expected to look out for vlo "Tho statements of President Wil- Is tho Hed Cross plan to .save 40,000 lations of the law. One proposal un- son as to America's purposes nroused babies In 1919. at the conference der consideration tho enthusiasm of my country so that now being held hero Is that there bo Moro than 50,000 women serving wo wero determined to contribute our tho bureau of Internal created in In canteens nt practically every Imrevenue a new division 'which shall all, little as it was, to tho triumph of portant railway Junction In tho Unitgive all of its timo to tho enforcement tho American arms. "Many of tho Filipinos voluntarily ed States aro giving our fighting men of the prohibition legislation. Joined tho American army and navy. a substantial welcome. a In addition wo gave tho United States a destroyer and sulimnrlno out of our Disabled soldiers may have FOR FLETCHER'S very limited resources." uninsurable. If they allow tholr government Insurance to lapse, a I had n quour Mr. llrown dream' their loso tholr ehunco for Insurance WILL UK labl night, my duar. I thought 1 saw protection for tholr fnirillits 'JIIK TltlKD J5V I'UISNCH mother iiimii running olf witlyou. HoitttMteadiDK na an hpc, i., apMrs. Hrown And what dldyiu ay peal for veteran Yank. The ParU, Jan; 1!'. Soma punltg in to him? ka ar)roHated JJOo.ooO Mr. Uwiwf I uh4l btiu what k the report to which 1'romler C1mih- to uvamiiM MINI futrrvy lu land re coau rufmrrod ywtarday whan hu Mid wg running far. lUlghtly. sources for tho boys. SALOONLESS NATION English-s- al Anti-Saloo- n antl-Jurldlc- e. s. HEAVKIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnne-fClerk R. W. King. Ppllco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORHSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. ( Jlnrtford. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. lBt Monday In March 12 days Marshal Grant Pollard. 1IO.MI MADE WINKS Com'th. nnd Civil. WILL HE PHOIIIIUTKI) OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. May 12 daya Civil. County Board of Edur.itlon. Tho making of wlno or othor liquor let Monday in ..,. .. 1st Monday In July 12 days i.. .1... l...... r... ,... in iuu iiuiiiu mr iiriuuuii ure ir ti j E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Com'th. and Civil. beverage will not be lawful under Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartprohibition'" Monday In September 12 days ford, Ky. the terms of the national Civil. amendmont which is to become offec-- , W. Duff, FordsTllle,. Dlv. No. 4,n Monday In November 12 daya In January, 1920. tlve Ky. Com'th. nnd Civil. Section 1 of the resolution provld-- i Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, lng for uatlon-wld- e COUNTV COUKT. prohibition fol-- l Ky. .. j Meets lows: first Monday In each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Golf, Koslnc "After one year from the radlflca-tlo- n Judge Mnck Cook. Ky. of this article tho manufacture, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 0 Otis H. Stevens, Beavsale or transportation of Intoxicating Clerk W. C. lilnnkenahlp. er Dam, Ky. liquors or the importation thereSheriff S. A. llrntcher. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, of into, or the exportation thereof Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. from tho United States and all terrl-tor- p Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In. subject to the Jurisdiction thereTnx Commissioner D. E. Ward. Fcbrunry; 1st Monday In April; 1st of for beverage purposes Is hereby Surveyor C. S. Moxlcy. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Auprohibited." Coroner E. P. Rodgers. 1st gust; 1st Monday In October; In other words It will be unlawful Monday In December. FJSCAIi COURT. to make, sell, transport, export or Meets Tuesday after firat Monday County Board of Examiners 19t9 Import liquors for beverage purposes. In January, April and October, E. S. Howard S. S. (). C, Ellis Saude-fu- r. However, It will be lawful to make W. S. Hill. lat DlMrJct Ed Shown, Hartford, and sell liquor for all purposes exItoute 3. Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school cept beverage purposes and therefore Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Dear- diploma examination. it will be unlawful to make wine, er Dam. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. beer or whisky for medicinal and Mny, 9 and 10 Common school flrd District Q. D. Brown, Slmmona. many other purposes. 4th District G. W. Howe, Center-tow- n. lteaer Dam and Fordsvllle. Just what distinction will be made May 1C and 17 County teachers'' between "beverage" and "medicinal" (White) Hartford 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Dalzc. examination. liquor can not be safely conjectured County teachers" May, 2.". and 24 tow.n. pending the framing of laws by Con ,lth District W. S. Dean. Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. gress and the separate States. Juno, 20 and 21 County and Strictly construed "medicinal" 7th District U. F. Klco. FordsTllle. examination (white) FordsII. C. Rhoades, Hartmight be made to apply only to such 8th District vllle. ford, Route 5. spirits as may be prescribed in spe-- 1 June, 27 and 28 County and HAKTFOHD. clal Instances by physicians. On thM state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. other hand a liberal construction Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. might permit frequent dosage in conJuly, Ohio County Institute, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. siderable quantities on the patient's Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. own prescription. Is not uncom It Sept., 19 and 20 County ami mon for elderly persons anil Invalids KOCKPOHT. State teachers' examination, (white) to take the equivalent of several Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. llnrtford. drinks a day for tonic purposes and Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State in many instances the inference that Police Judgc John T. Jackson. teachers' examination (colored) Hartsuch ns Is for beverage purposes Marshal Will Langford. ford. would be as v er Motor Corps members give annualV ly about ,14,320,000 mites of scrvico cmcuiT uounx. to tho Hed Cross. Judge K. w. oweuiboro. O. K. tirnllti, HartCom'th. Attorney A worried Sicilian soldler-fnthe- r ford. a tiny motherless baby a grand-moth- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. a distance of three dnyj at Aliusicr Commissioner Utlo C. Marand nights by rail Hod Cross con tin, Hartford. densed milk rationed the expedition i JTriifcteo Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, and saved the baby. DIRECTORY i. V v v 20. - w 1 State-teacher- 7-- I I resented unjust. n, Loosely speaking a beverage drink I ' Is a drink taken as a luxury, while jnuy VUDITC CO. l lliuilliuai lllllll i iiiiu lll.ll 1M lilKl'II LOUISVILLE, KY. as a necessity, but Just where thiEilibtiibedlolfU; . ll. ....- ... iiiHiuuiini i.i t... iiruwii ii, ....i- ..r it.i. ...i ii.iii uu .i iu Ubtrut ,orim,n, develope much difference of opinion , 'u" lu f d before the matter shall be Judical!) for I jc&esm&nz settled. . '" FURS Mi. i I WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A pro-Tid- Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, oi Hazel Pal:h, Ky. Read what "I had a she writes: general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to I get up. had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend to:d me I had tried everything else, why not I did, and Cardui? soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." LalVVTk.t.J!&!ri IXsam? fHUfci tiiii 25SSS"nomy ammjr. ' tvcijr to-d- and Avoid Wast Get the Genuin egM e.7191: rmj Ri Trialaenl (or WEAK v n LUNGS or CONSUMPTION tttUat, A nulck rrlif f (or lht lltrJ. coucht, pilai in clirtl. nlchl turJlt. Iirraor or conmmplion. II il d ihicn, weik luntt sol help yon it coils you selbiat. OHIO MEDICAL GO. LOCK BO OIO FOR ONE MONTH COLUMBU O GOOD I1 Secured or Your Money Back rUACTKUl, HUSl.W.vt Kr I'llLLLUI-1'nlucah- O S T 0"N . LEXIHGTOH, KY., BUSINESS UKIVEfiSITT if you take tlio DraiiRhoa Traliilui?, tlio irnimnt; mm miMiin nr n inami-- - i on can tnUn It elf tnllcgc or '' I'hiiL Wrlto DimtJIIO.V.S (be ul Smw U ffZiw R. Smii RuVii Ci&tt Builneit, Short Hand, Tpo Writing and Tclcanphr Th! olJ an,! CjlUet da ruuih fur ynuct tftuttott and Vviir! . rurlnjt a ktg a talartett IKWUnn.lHplomriAw'nle! tfprUI Ourwi for Uov rrmurnt l:uutloirninf TbmAnil of Bocr..fnl unuluatro. Ikvln any time I llllll'S.uii.1rrthmrrr. tlaionof i 1.a lr l'rlnrli!. lio JaUL atludlnic tbia EhmIou. Cd BiiiL4 bouca. Vol trttuular, aldrv WILBUR ft. SMITH LEXIHQTON, KY-- ijlttial -- DR. , two-thir- J. H.THORPE E, EA Ii, THRO A T, NOSE K And Fitting of Glasses Masonic OWIiXSBORO. Templu ... USE LIV-VER-L- AX NEW ' THB SEWINC QUALITY.1) : L; ahull-shocke- Con-cre- ss TAKE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. The Woman's Tonic I NOT SOLD UN,DER ANY OTHER NAME. HOMrA Do you feel weak, diz- zy, worn-ou- t? Is your lack of good health caused from any oi the complaints so common to Children Cry ho-coi- ne CASTO RIA Then why not a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should belp you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She wi'l tell you how it clpedhcr. Try Cardui. women? give Cardui WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you piirrlmso the NKW HOMK you will lay of. Feci ripht nil tho time. Don't n llfo awrt n t tlie price you uiy, aud wiU from work for daya by taking calomfr havo keeps yor not fiavonu tiuUcHKclmlnof rquilra. when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x Tpfm on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troub Quality too, and easy to tako. Donl le. Safer take anything else. You can't alTorc Considered it, Eliminates poisons; cleanses by a tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat it lite ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect nnd certain in results. II C iicapest wit won't bo long before Lip' Ver-La- x in die eru) completely displaco calomel in evert home.!, Cnildren can tako it freely an! to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar antced. 50c and $1 in bottles. Noni H ,ou want rt Bewlni; machine, write for genuino without tho likeness and sign our lalt at cnUiloguo InTore you purchase turo of L. K. Grigsby. For ealo by I .. tt. W1LL1AMH. Hartfor Ki Hia New lloraa Semnir Hacfuae Cau Orange, Haal Electric MH Su-cr.- cd Every Woman Wnnts MM All Druggists M j In vei m liters yia when everything clss fails. postrfiita o:5d female th"y a'e the tuiuvm? 'cdy, i f.iu .sar. la havo S Gov-uruai- 3i FOHK1DNSY, LIVER AND j STOMACH TROUBLE H ft in tho bv Mtr.onlnaty cfcMunj ,,! witriclM modlcwe ever o!4 iSrsj. hre. JOc. alt drugiUu. lr .pij K 'a counter. over a r"'vr'T-T-r''"'-'- Dusolvcd In water for dcuche top pelvic catarrh, ulceration aid Inflam. nation Recommended by Lydin E. Pinlthnm Med. Co, for ten years. A healins wonder for catanh, I J. ty rnr ppn;riMAi uvmrup I "- - I 7 A.xJy "- - MJdUt ii ii aiiwii, .. ' JUaMrMBStv?w tWfl - QUESTIONS A NS WKUKD. Jccts fostered by tho farm bureau and tlio county agent are contributing In K. M. House of Texns, a maked degreo to tho prosperity of t, Qucs. Pleaso give mo tho tho community. Hulda Is not tho H and a brief biography of Col. K. only cow In Ottcrtall County that hai picked up in butter fat In the past two M. House of Texas, President Wllson'i friend nnd ndvlsor. Ans. He is natiyears. J'iiniht Order Minn Hy llio ("iirloatl. hIioiiIiI pass UiroiiRh the cattle or to ve-born American; bom nt Hous The Licking county (Ohio) Farm lie used ns holding after having been .n n Court Iloy.s Mine Crusher For farm- ton, Tex., 1SB8. Educated at Hopllnii) 1.. cuuiu, iscci oiicreu 10 incni. Iliircnu ordorcd 17 cnrhmds of kins Grammar school, New Ha veil, er's Um), till enr nnil llmoil 100 acres of Inml especially steers and dry cows that When the fiscal court of Allen Conn., and Cornell unlvoralty. Ho is placed are being wintered, may ho given Six nnw llino spreaders worn described ns "active in Democratic in communities which had nuver had clienpor feeds than grain, such as county, Ky went with tho county politics but nevor a candidate for ofd corn stover, straw, and agent to see a field demonstration largo majority Sixty niona thr in Ibo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been where limestone had made red clo- fice." Ho has gone to Europe nnd hay, with one or two pounds of cotof whom had nover used l'lino, elsewhere at various times as special u uiu iur over over m years, Has home the signature of The ton need meal. They should ho given ver grow abundantly whero beforo llino tliroiiRh the liureau. ana nas Decn made under his per-county agent In August mailo IC tenia all of such roughages, however, that clover had been a failure, the favor of representative of President Wilson. S.UUU1 supervision since with a relish tho court was gained to tho extent In dllTrnnt parts of tlio county, 39 they will consume cUc&, K Allow no one to decelwo Its Infancy. wuxSVY. The llnlirnnlleni Family. t. vmi of shlrli showed the need of llino. Urecdlng rows and young growing that when the court mot in regulnr .All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Qtios. Did tho Hohenzollorn fami Iii oil l.i to hIojih were taken to hold uiIiiiiiIh should be given sufficient session an appropriation was toted are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health for tho purchase of a limestone crush-o- r. ly over rule England? Ans. No. in 'll nt; to Inform farmer im to llino feed to onalile them to make a of Tho crusher coat $2, f00. It is Quos. 2. Are tho Hohenzollerns In growth. Most of tho feed In ""Afifc ?,Ild Children Experience against Espsriuuat. where II could lie secured wed outfit, and for eight way related to tho wnMtPd when lr' c, and how and when to apply It that does not given to a young animal a portable the year the county sigont, anyEngland and Franco? present rulers months of of Ans. Mothmake niiic growth. ' Castoria is a tinrmlrts t?uiJLiLiiit: im n a i -in Uif gone, uuiuiiiji3 PHtfU4--- . n i by order of tho fiscal court, has con- er of Wlllielm II. deposed kaiser, was I'ofiiln Spnijlng I'nlil I'lirm Itmciiu Tl...-- . ..j ouuuunc r"""" .VUUJ.K, aim n..,i.j... CJVTUU3. nl.,n It IS nle.innnl- "" T trol of tho machine. It Is taken a daughter of Queen Victoria of 1 County (N. II.) Kurin HuKoimilliii; t') Odd .lolix neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. around from community to communi- England and hence Wlllielm and Its ? T fi :t S per acre for tho The really thrifty and Industrious rt in naed age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears it has through a careful farmer never lacks for work, even In ty to crush the natural limestone rock Ucorgo V. of England aro cousins. ))i into grower toen in constant use for the relief of Constipation; Flatulency, 3. How old Is tho Fpr.ilng project, which Included SO January. Ordinarily here Is a great- for agricultural purposes. This work Ques. Wind Cchc and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrfehness work Is done at cost for tho farmers. and how long did ho occupy tho arisia nT s on which cherk plots wore left er number of days unlit for work In the oilier four months of uy regulating tne Stomach and Bowels, aids the in I 100 ncroB whore no ehecl; plots than In any other month of the year the crusher Is used by tho countyyear throne? Ans. Ho will bo 60 In Focd; giving heaIthy and aatural sleep. on January; occupied throne a little f (p left. The greatest gain wa !) I Hut in the Southern States, onppcially Panacea The Mother's Friend. , moro than 30 years. Ques. 4. Is his pc-n yield of 211 bushels per along the Gulf Coast .Section, thore is roud work. father dead? Ans. Yes, died Just kV a. .igaltiRl 112 IniHhelH on the it ti rarely a clay that some ouUiitc work Wlllielm acceded to throne. Mdarea. Tho next highest gain ciin not bo done Thero is much need S.ijs County AkciiI H'sis Hig Factor. i'. To operate a farm of 319 acres with Ques. C. What Is the ago of the ,s Ki per cent, u yield of 17a bush-- 1 for repair work on fences, barns, tenformer Bcars'the Signature of ds on the sprayed area as ng.ilnst 1 13 nnt hoiihcs, etc., clearing of land, only two young boys to do the work !5G years crown prince? Ans. !fu Is 9frTt2to old. part, j mending of old and constructing of is not nn easy Job. To make It proon tho unsprayed ." Fields were sprayed three times on new fences, oiling and repairing of duce a net profit of $1,SOO in one Co i forms of the average, at tho cost of $1.50 an tools, Implements, and harness, and year under those conditions Is conA farm Ques. aero for each application. Has an various other odd.s and ends that cm sidered a real achievement. of the U bo tnken care of and that will fcreatly er near Kuckford, Coosa County, Ala., S. army the right to wear dress unihelp when tho real spring work comes In n letter to the United States Do- - form nt any time? Ans. War deHog Auction SuIivh I'ruflliihlr Hogs valued at $100,000 were sold on. January is a good time to get patriuont of Agriculture, gives this as partment has ordered thut men who r use next summer the record made by his own sons. In time of war havo served honorably J fi""'- - I" miction sales In Novom-!""- 1 at 11 g '"" " I well known that all Hut he adds that the county agent ns of Ilcesr In U. S. army, navy or ma-- 1 iter by the California Farm liureau Kind You Have should bo seasoned beforo us- - was the big factbr In the achieve- rlne corps, regular or volunteer, and .Marketing Association, which com-,I"sIt was the agent who helped whoso most recent service was terv nen necessary to use posts ment. ' prises the marketing departments of the farm bureaus in King. Tularo nnd ""110 tr" Inferior tlmbors It pays to to select the seed and gave advice on minated by honorable discharge, musKern counties. Tho prices received lr,'t them before sotting them. This drainage, terracing, pasturing, and ter out or resignation may wear on am described as moro satisfactory,! treatment can bo given now. provid-tioln- g the caro of tho cattle and hogs. "In occasions of ceremony uniform of much better than thoso paid ' lho posts are seasoned and dry a general way he has helped by or- highest grade they hnvo held by bre hy the local buyers. Tho auction j onough to take the treatment. For ganizing the boys' pig nnd calf clubs vet or other commission In such regusales also have taught tho hog rals- -' f," information regarding tho trem- thut are working wonders for the Im- lar or volunteer service. ors the Importance of raising better j """lit of feueo posts and other timber provement of stock," writes this Also he adds that thsl counThe Word "Kibosh." hogB. as they havo seen that packers ""Ply to the Forest Service. United farnler. ty agent and his wife "have caused Ques. What is the meaning of discriminate! between hogs fattened r States Department of Agriculture. the canning industry at home to In- "kibosh." Ans. This is a slang on grain and thoso raised on skimmed crease 500 per cent In tho last two term meaning nonsense, No Money humbug, Suggestions Sating Krcri. milk und alfalfa pasture alone. inAdrance stuff and nonsense, or bosh. Phrase, ' Tho type of steers used in tho feed years." Satinfno "to put the kibosh on" Is frequently lot l"a " the iireeel largely dcter- tloa GuaShow How To (.row More Corn. ,I MBSSHBnHcaMPKrJSiflH Uicediiig Kwes Distributed. used in some sections, meaning to ranteed '"" success or feeding opera- Thc Clermont County (Ohio) Farm IowestNet breeding ewes aro curb, suppress or stop. One thousand through tho county agont, tlons. The typo of steer that makes Ilureau. Fa ct o-last year demoustrnted how tho leld tn best use of the feeds consumed being distributed among th3 farmers Prices of Hock Island County, III., through U. S. Declaration of War on Austria. of com could bo Increased hy manure' tisunlly puts on the most meat In the Ques. What was tho date on tho of the county farm Terms A. nnd acid phosphate and by liming region of tho valuable cuts. Saving ol ' fattening steers It is advisable bureau and county agent. These which U. S. declared war on Austria-Hungary- ? On a total of 7G acres of corn 22 I 100 to Ans. Dec. 7, 1917. average Increaso to use a variety of feeds In the ration ewes will be placed on 66 farms and farmers produced an 20OFacchanges in the ration, either will form centers for developing sheep From of 10 bushels nn ncro by broadcasting Sudden . A. ETARCK tory Direct VAESIOCNT The Magnetic Xccdlo. S loads of and 200 in quuntity, quality or form of feeds growing in this. country. Pur bred Ques. What Is the needle of the pounds of acid phosphate an acre. used, should not be made. To do so Shropshire bucks are being placnl compass made of and whero is the with practically all tho now flocks. IN YO0I group of fields on which 3 "ol onl' wastes reed, but may serious-carloaFrom a north magnetic pole? Ans. Needle OWN HOME of ground limestone wero,," nffect tho health of the animal, ..- Wa will shlD you a. hcnutlfnl Rt.irrlr piinn n in ,ir. , i ii is simply magnetized iron. North ration used must pay expenses Associations Ship I.Ie-S(ocused tho yield was increased an aver-''1'"- 0 payment reaulred. home. No w nsiir u thnt mn nin nmn of and test thiscash for 30 days. If, at All end of that time, you doninv find It nu 111., now has live magnetic polo is in neighborhood pulvurs' '"'fore it can begin to give returns on piano ago of 5 per cent. Two lime the la Sallo County, not the hignest grade, awwstest tonr J and finest piano in. every way, that you have ever A means of cutting k shipping associations doing 70 degrees N. latitude, 97 degrees W. were purchased and last spring oncj1"0 investment. seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send and we will, in that event, txn-- the frolcht both wavs. T. Is Starck Pianr, mint m.ii iruvi with vnu farmer ground 200 tons nnd another 1,,ow expenses Is to limit tho uuneces- - a thriving business, according to tho longitude. or there is no sale. Feed tho comity agent. One association has 100 tons of stone from their farms sary reeding operations. Savi $150.00 or More Easy Paymoito steers In groups rather than in stalls. been doing business for the pai 12 (ilant Sequoias of California We shin direct to you from our factorr. tt Ton pay no cash down, but after DO daya Feed .should not be cut, shredded, or months and in that time has shipped prices that save you upward of $150.00 in the Qucs. Please tell me about the you can Dcgw payment on tne lowoi inu. t'aiinlnK A llccf Vcurliii; In 10 Hours. ground cost of your plana. We guarantee to (urukh est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano when they give practically as 75 carloads of stock. The mauage. big trees that grow In California. you a better plans for the money than you can From tho hoot to the can in 10 good manufacturer. Thc3e terms are arranged to prepara- receives, marks, and .oadc the stuck Ans. Those gigantic trees of pine ccure eewhere. You are ouured of receiving cult your convenience, and it Is possible for hours That is the transformation tion. results without such Uroken ear corn In the ration, for market. At the Chicago Stock- family aro called Sequols in honor of a at:dcto sweet tsud durable high grade you to buy a piano, for your home, without piano. missing the money. . through a beef yearling went In a when tho cuttle nro followed by hogs, yards each man's coiHgnmeut is an Indian chief of that name. Mam aiircn demonstration conducted by the home gives Playor-Navbetter returns than when fed weighed and sold scpa.atcly, and each moth sequoia is the largest trca that 2nd - Rani largaim Every Starck Piano h demonstration agent in Montgomery as ground corn. Starck an man receives what hlc stock bring, grows, attalnging height of 300 or TCe have constintly on hand guaranteed tn 25 yean. the best and most beautiwas killed County, Tex. The yearling Thll Kuarantea ha back a larse number of slightly ud ful Plarer Pianos an the less his proportionate share of tho more feet and diameter in some cases of it our 35 yean of plana pianos of alt and in tho morning while tho agent was market iou wui oa i experience, and the repuexpense of shipping. This system Is of 30 or 40 feet. Some of larger standard makes taken In exlighted with the many exKate Manure getting the canners ready, sterilizing change for new Starck Pianos tation of an clusive features of these Thero has never been a time when Silling one of tho demands for a more trees, it is estimated are from 2,000 responsible piano house. and The followiwonderful instruments, and tho Jars, nnd preparing tho pots for ng- are a few sample bargains: will be pleased with the cooking. Tho meat was cut from the the making, saving and utilizing of economical system of marketing and to 3,000 years old. Wood is soft and 50 Froo Muslo very low prices at wttica Weber $110.00 all sorts of farm manure was to es- is a popular branch of farm bureau white when tree is first cut open but tney can be secured. Lessons hones In neat, convenient sizes, and Steinway 92.00 In this county. It turns red on exposure to air. GovPlane leek Frts. Chickering 90.00 Ta eTery purchaser of which was to be served as roast sential. All fertilizing material Is work that Starck Pianos, we give free Send today for our new Kimball ernment is preserving big sequoias 95.00 beef was drcged In flour and cooked high in price, and some kinds can not music lessons. In one of beautifully Illustrated piano Starck 195.00 in Mariposa grove, Calif., as wonders the best known schools in book which gives you until bo had in sufficient quantities at all. wash pots of hot grease in Chicago. These lessons you large amount of InformaSend for our latest complete of nature. can take in your own home, brown. Tho steak was cut in small Farm manure may be used for a numtion regarding pianos. This bargain list. by miiL This represent! book will interest sal vpleces, cooked In tho wash boi'er, ber of purposes to a much greator one yean irw instruction. please you. Write today. ndvantngo than commercial fertilic gra-.vFor Infants and Children' Gun. The Hun's iVackcd in cans, and covered wl'.h 1843 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Have the Allies captured Whllo theso wero storlll'li'g In zers. The total quantity of manure In Use For Over Years theQues.German gun that from a point big Lrtnf1ni Jfc nil Mm lwtwtu U'nnt Itiltlftt can bo greatly Increased by keeping Always bears ""HVU "U I'UMVU ?.' lUUkllVI ifit straw, leaves, and other some 75 miles distant was used to lid after tae.su wore cooked llu meal bedded-witthe k sheds and stables as well as Signature of aa remov " from the bones an J lOi hurl sholls into Paris? Ans. Tlio Oe nn ans dismounted t it before tho frouud through a food chopper for refuse about the farm. allied force got to it und sent It to hash, loaf or croquette meat To All KVAX.SV1IXK TAKES STKl'S tho bcof stock was added whatvojjp'i-hie- s "Hulda" An )rlluur Cow As safo place back of their lines. ReTO GKT HACK TKKMIXAl.S cent reports say it is now rusting in on hand and all oxc as fa'., wero Two years ago Hulda was Just an an old artillery yard In Wost Prussia. iivorago tonnago for each way was and this was canned for simp in ......... ....!... ..,.. lScCBlMl Evansvlllo, Ind., Jan. 18. Harry Kango-findln- g and other delicate parts tho menntimo the liver, heart, and ordinary grade cow, getting on in Nothing approaching llBJf Jl. ltowbottom, one of tho representa- of gun wore removed, it is said, and 4C.1S0 tons. tripe had been cooked nnd was speedi- years, and with no future unless tho this average has boon accomplished m ly placed in tins. Thrco canners prospect of winding up as a .canuor tives from Vandorburg County in tho taken to von Illudenburg's headquar--i. heforo in tho history of tho world's m State Legislature, upon his return to ters. heated by coal furnaces wore used, may bo called u future. No "Joluui-na,- " shipbuilding. Here ts your opportunity to Insure or "Korndyke," or "Da Kalb," Iudlanapolls Monday, will take with and by night tho entire beef was in No other Ave ship ways at ono plant ogoinst embarrassing errors in spelling, tho bill to create a port of Evansor nny such aristocratic attachments him cans for future use. ltrginnliiK And End Of Civil War pronunciation and poor choice of havo averaged moro than 40,000 to Ilulda's namo. Just plain Hulda, vlllo, which will bo tho first Btop towords. Know the meaning of puzzling give tho day, month deadweight tons in a year, according Ques. Plcaso war terms. Increase your efficiency, How One County Fought KodeiiLs and no more. She was 12 yoars old, ward tho building of tho proposed and year when Kort Sumpter wast0 marmo exports. which results in power and success. Moro than 50,000 "acres of farm and In 1915, so her record shows, she river terminals at tho local wharf. marking tho beginning of bombarded, There havo boon records of a single Tho proposed terminals would have tho Civil War, and when General Loo WEBSTER'S land badly Infested by prarlnv dogs produced only 246 pounds of butter way of moro than 40,000 tons in a a movable wharf attached that would surrendered to General Grant, mark- year, was a. condition that tho Huerfano fat. but thut was whero one large HEW INTERNATIONAL county (Colo.) Farm liureau started Last year Ilulda's owner, n farm- rise and tall with tho Ohio Hiver, and ing the ond ot tho conllict. Ans. ship was built in a year. er of Ottortall county, Minn., Joined a freight would bo brought up and scut Fort Sumpter was tired on April, 12, out to change. With tho DICTIONARY is an Tho last of the vessels constructed g teacher, a universal question of all tho agencies it is estimated that Association and began to down from tho boats with movablo 1SG1; Lee surrendered April 9, 1SC5. at this plant for the year was Mo juiswercr, mado to meet your crop3 worth $38,085 wore saved dur- tako u now Interest in tho caro and trams operated by electricity. Large steamship Edgefield, that was delivneeds. It is in daily uso by ing tho 1918 season. From SD to feeding of his cows. In common storago rooms nro planned in connecKqiilnoctlul Storms, Uo ered on the last day ot tho yoar hundreds of thousands of suc-ccsjiul men and women the world over. V7 per cent of tho pests wero killed with tho others of tho herd, old Hul tion, as well us waiting rooms for pas Qucs. Is thore really any connec- is a 9,C00-to- n vessel. 40J.00O Words. 2700 Pastes. 6000 Iland tion between the ron tho areas treated. Poisoned grain da got better caro and feeding than sengers and a business olllce equinoctial s lustrations. 12,000 IJlodraplilc-.i- l Enwas placed on 50,780 privately owned shohnd been used to getting, and sho!I,orat,Dff tower, all on tho second storms and tho equinoxes? Ans. tries. 30,000 Geographical Subjects. "Aro you sure tho baby resembles CBA.10 rUIZC (Utehest Award) acres by 300 at a cost bogan to wako up. That your, as a l'"0''. storms are undoubtedly due in !mo?" said o Ksposition. the proud father. Huliln nrmlnpoil aool of $854.20, and 11,130 acres of public directly to position of earth relative! KKIXAK and LDU PAPEIt Editions. "Absolutely. Cured At A Cost Of 115 Cents. Aron't you pleased?" WRITIi for Specimen 1'anr.. KKIiU lands wero treatod with poisoned pounds or butter tat. to sun iu spring and fall but no moro luclct May ti yuu name this paper. This yoar. ns a grain by individuals who killed 90 "Right years ago when wo first so than other storms, preceding and "Yes. I'm pleased. Tho only Hulda C. & C. MERRIAM CO., Springfield, Mass., If. S. A. er por cent of tho dogs and saved crop hits demonstrated what so mo old moved to Mattoon, I was a great following thom, at thoso seasons. thing Ih that tho youngster will get 2. cows can do if thoy are glvon half a .and range pasturage valued at from Indigestion and constipaover being rathor red faced and A field party chance. Hor ownor tried milking her tion," writes Mrs. Ilobort Allison, NAUNCI1 2(1 STKKIi VlISSKLS, won't." and 1 probably AI.Ij KKCOUDS SMASHING troated 27,225 acres of public lands, threo times a day, and she camo Mattoon, III. "I bad frequent headWashington Star. using 9,040 quarts of poisoned grain, through tho testing year with tho aches and dizzy spells, and there was -oSeattlo, Wash,, Jan. 18 Smashing klling '95 per cent of tho dogs and roally remarkable record of 716 a feeling like a heavy weight pressing "Too had about Tom and the girl pounds of huttor fat. avlng crop and range valued at on my stomach and chest all tho tlmo. all records for shipbuilding, tho Skin-uNoithor ono ot them & Eddy Corporation's plant No. 1, he's ougaged to. Hulda stands as a striking exam- I felt miserable Every morsel of ple of the practical rosults that farm- - food distressed mo. I could not rest in this city, launched twenty-si- x stool is good onough for the other." Jpl'tlll.i KoukIi Feed With lleof Cattle, ors aro getting through business or- - at night und felt tired and worn out stoamshlps in tho year 1918. Tho "Whero did you get that idea?" "I've been talking the matter over Evory ton of straw, every ton or ganlaatlona br their own. In all the time. Ono bottle of Cham- veisuls had an aggregate tounugo of Uoston with both families." stover, and every ton of coarse, 'nil county, tho cow testing nssocla-chea- p berlain's Tablets cured mo onl I )iav 2 12 400 deadweight tons. rg:gffnn:;:;::;it:t;st:it::.:;3'Stsf As the plant hay live bhip ways tho hay produced on tho furnis tloa und other better-fannin- g pro- - iluco fult like a different person." ai Farm Department .... woll-ciire- Children Cry for Fletcher's ? ,MS?)Z. Just-as-goo- d" satls-facto- ry at is CASTnRA - . $V-MlIati0V- .i,ua r cc-it- ! e vi GzmmE CASTORS A always bii'-liel- s j cr C4fS The $ez& fat-ho- ' "1 In Use for Over 30 Years Always Bought ls Starck Pianos EiiaiMt n'cs ) 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL k. live-stoc- Player-Pian- o second-han- riayer-PIaao- CASTOR l A 30 second-han- y, Loug-ICung- M W live-stoc- FO R FINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Republican. GVcu(tuUiAecL cr cow-testin- ed I'anama-l'aciij- suf-tor- $2,-78- bald-head- ed er -- A?t tfww mrwflR'"W'WWVT? T . f y - - l"! rjgr""."T",n'"'"'---- v - ifn" ? ..w.wrmMWwir'r ' f "t ' I" " MM I 1 Mil llllli K I M S vms . 'S7t! VYiin NDSALE iiiusua! loieetus T. 1! ! J IS E very Oay Lots Are Being Bxhausted an New Ones Added to Take Their Place. This sale is a great buying .opportunity, and nothing vill be left undone to keep a full quota of bargains up to the money is easier counted than Merchandise. You last minute. Following this sale v.e take our annual inventory can make your money work for you in this sale. Saturday, February 1st, this sale closes and everything goes back to regular prices. Ten per cent reduction means a ood saving. Don't be careless and unconcerned and neglect your duty to yourself and your family. Everybody get busy and come to this sale. the merchandise home. Take your time, pick out the stuff you need, and you are sure to feel good when you get - l V ;; -- &&&.' MMMMiP-kmo- - E. P. BARNES BEAVER DAM, l BROTHER, KENTUCKY. ' ' Ibitbiwmmmebebbbb : ' "'" AMH . 4 T lowed by the footsteps of those I CKllAliVO. (arc indication!! 01 preparauoaa iur UNVIJ-- SAM PLANNING loved In the long ago. It was a solemn ur era amuub 01 lue DRY LAW hour, and I turn to the world, strange J.m 21.. Jewel, the little son of By I. D. Claire. who propose to manuiacturo liquor and changed, with a feeling of Mrv and Mrs. Jnff Curtis, died Jan., illegally after July 1st. Not only In I stood. Sunday morning, amid the 22. Means of Washington. Jan sadness awakened by tho 12, and was buried at Lone Star the Southern mountains, the principal grave stooes of my childhood, and usiforclng prohibition after July 1st I the operating region of moonshiners, but lived again in the long past life of silent and stately tombstones that following day. are under consideration liy officials in largo cities of the East and Midmarl; tho happy playground of my j Mrs. K. C. Heflln and children are :ny youth. oi the Department of Justice and the i boyhood. visiting Mr. Henry Hlshop and fami- dle West, smhll stills have been I stood alone on the play ground Internal Revenue IJureau. but steps, found recently. Owners of some of i ly. of Kronos. to create a special enforccmentagen-;y- theso are said to havo admitted their of the old school house, where I XOTICK. Mr. Sherman Howard has bought my will not le taken until Congress in opera- learned the charted letters and what is known as the George Case-bie- r legis- intention of putting them bae had time to act on pending of the greater lifo I hereby notify tho public not t farm and moved to the same. tion after prohibition becoraea ef- first simple lessons lation giving this function to the fective. that lay beyond. This old log build- transact business with my son, Willis Mr. Hubert Itishop, of Kronos, jovenue bureau. been long removed, IlleUs.who has been adjudged an Im- was in our midst one day last week. The advent of prohibition, official J ing had indeed This bureau now has about 500 say, Mrs. Itlnuch Jones visited repeal revenue laws ap- - but memory lingered on the life that becile, and Is legally Incapable of her will not agents who could be assigned to plying to taxc on spirits. nqr nullify UB - uul contracting. "" father. Mr. J. T. Her, ot Hartford, a 7' including violation detection, liquor W. T. HICKS, Committer. few days last week J"'""- -' , " , existing provisions for fines and lm-i- " 7.., ., 500 now engaged partially in running 2!K2pd Narrows, Ky., Route 2. uu ul prisonmeut as penalti- - for illicitly uut Miss Cora Kverly Is the guest of u down illicit llfiuor "distillers. Olll-tia- manufacturing liquor. ba.cU. t0. nle wllh tho, forct" ,f hur cousins. Misses Vivian and Mary believe, however, that this force I'AU.VIKW. munueruuii irom a aiunuiufiuu or;. Kverly. of Williams Mines. I lived again in the opening mind of would have to bo enlarged by sov-3?Mr. Vernon Kverley left Monday natitimes to effectually enforce a child that saw In the pupils, largo THE LAW OF ROADS. lluv. Xorman Robinson preached for Detroit, Michigan. on-wide Tho Departprohibition. Its first gllmpsv of the big at Cane Itun Saturday and Sundty. and small. Miss MyrI Itrnwn Is visiting her life at home. ment of justice ultio stands ready to the Tanners of this Cleaning oft the right of world beyond the simplelifting of tho burning plant buds. community arc unrle, Mr. Archie Ilrown, of McIIen-ry- . assign many of its secret agents to I aw again first ng prohibition enforcement, if this is way by the land ownera horizon of that greater world that ilr. and Mrs- - O. C. Daniel anil son left doomed necessary. public roads is re- was lator to recede Ira boundaries to spent Sunday with friends lu Horns forMr. Leonard KImmelwhere Monday he will Detroit, Michigan Even with an augmented govcrn-r.Cf- ll distant part3 and peoples. I lived ISrunch. acecpt a position. force devoting its entire efforts quired by the law of the for the moment in tho joyful romps Mr. Charlie Duncan is having a Mr. Morgan F.ldcrs who has been and pleasing games that made for me house built on his farm. to preventing manufacture and s.alc State. a new world and a now life. Time Evelyn Christian, of Horso Ilrancii, living on the J. II. Ward farm has at liquor, however, officials declaro Out of a spirit of fairness had removed most all that reminded is visiting farm. the bull of enforcement work would her grandfather, Mr. J. W. moved to the Illltio "Sharp this guest Miss MyrI KImmel was fall on Stnto and local police author- to the people we have held me at that far away time, except the Daniel. Mnrgarett ities. Federal agents would not at- up the enforcement of this unchanged grounds and a single tree, There Is a fresh outbreak of Inllu-eu- of Misses Jennie Mao and McDowol, ot HoTton, from Saturday tempt to cover the country thoroughunder which I had often sheltered in this community. First, to enable the from tho heat of tho autumn sun. Miss Mary Ashford, ot llortou, was until Monday. ly, but would operate only in thoso law. seom-t- d people to save their crops Mr. Clrunt Howard, of Yeaman. Is The children with whom I had romp- - tho guest of her slhter, Mrs. O. C. districts whore the local officers spending a few days with his broth, or unwlllng to enforco tho a critical time, and then ona,,forwU,OIII,aiforMe:,ch"1,1- - Daniel, Frlduy and Saturday. unable . ' lsh attachments, . rnttord to law properly. Miss Ileulah Wilson Is with her er, Mr. Shermnu Howard. aCCOUnt Ot Uie SeriOUS Cpi- - four wmlll ot the earth, and many of sister. Mrs. liny Sandors, at Iteyuolds, Mr. I'mle Cureh and daughter, I't'dt'i'iil Agency Ni'iVhsary, ' Miss Oussle, of I'cholH, attended tho Most thorn have goue on O. their last rt- - this week. Olllcials say that tho fact that the demiC Of influenza. . burial ot little Jewol Curtis last Monprohibition measures is a Federal act of the people have complied day. might ho interpreted in some states KAHM KOIl SAI.K. Mr. Owen Jones who has been at The ', childhood, and I turnud from It with which novor have had a referendum With this law already. Rv'n heart saddened with reflections of Fifty one acres ot land for salo at homo for tho past few weeks has reon prohibition as throwing the bur i.aKl Trmor rln en Timv 1'" lonK aK turned to his position as pilot on tho i Cf ' den of enforcement on Federal olll- - n l u bargain hies near Dundee, Ky. Steamer Howling Green. aiulu. For this reason, and becauso reuruury tain, is auiuuiuuui Thim r paai)ed ovor the hill to my CAL. P. KKOWN, Mr. Morrlweather Itlciiardson, ot fouling in sumo communities that pro timG. Therefore, let it be lrth place and the- scenes of my 29t2 Hartford. Ky. Howling CJieeti, visited his slbtur, Mrs. Tho hills,, and rocks childhood. hibition is not bupported by local done within that time with- Uraco Ilakor, recently. almlU 4VhlcU , llayod n8 a yoiltll woro jopular opinion, government olllcials ' BAST VIKW. OUt further notice Or trouble. 3tlll stundlng as grave stones to tho Mr. W. H. lilackliurn. of this agency boliovo that somo Federal place has moved to Hockport. llf0 ot my uuy''"d. but u eiso wus a measure of superviJanuary 8 1919. must oxorclse This Farmers In this vicinity aro vory .' Mrs. Grace Iiakcr is visiting nor changed. The old house, hallowed sion ovor law enforcement. proparo-tor- y, parents, Hev. and Mm. J. II. ItlciiardOhio County Fiscal Court. aa thu Uomo 0l lny dear parontet WBB busy burning plant-bedolllcials who havo given spo-r.iThaw for another crop ot tobacco. son, of Hanson. MACK COOK, Judge, lone since removed mid strangers aro study to prospoctlvo probloms Mr. Walter liell, who sold his farm Mr. Hipsley lllggs, of Heflln, wAs Hero A C.n Attrsrnnv. mvAms of the dear old spot growing out of prohibition anticipate VmV. ' again I searched the recessos of iuom- - to Mr. Charllo Hoover, has moved to in our midst Saturday and Sunday. prohibithat In the early part of tho Mr. Ulonn Maddox, of,Mnntnnza, Is ory ani1 llke a modern plcturo film, UUca, where ho will reside In future. KOV UKAN KKKI. tion period more violations will bo Miss Ethel Hoover, of Daruetts vibltlug his grandmother, Mrs. W. I). one after another of childhood memo- selllug or attempted through tho with rolu-ttv- Hansard. iu ruvlow. The dear old Creek, spent tho Meek-en- d lloborlandt and Sooty vurletlo4. rlM ldiuor made before prohibition beand friends In this vicinity. Mrs. W. S. Hill and son, Douglas, came effective, than through the tho boans for this section. Highly mothor. who for many long years, Mrs. Mary French lu on tho sick visited relatives at Hockport from sacreu PreclnctH. and tb nlundcstlno manufactures of whisky. recommendod for hoggins down, by trod UP 'Saturday until Monday. , honowd father, who was for so list, Ilootlegglng must bo doult with main- Kentucky Ksparlmont Station. Will Mr. and Mrs. Kills Morris, of Hock- master ot theso premises, aro . There are a number ot cases of tho ly by local authorities, and l'odoral yield from If. to 2r, bushels per acre loK flu in this and tho Pleasant llidgn port, visited rolutlves hero Sunday. agents probably will iluvotu propor- lu addition to 1 to 3 tons t hay loPlnB just ovor tho hill In tho quint localities. "nioon-Bhlnlno'otery. Memory! how strangely tionately moro attention to F. O. II pBr bushal. Prices u HUKMN. o soul that stands In UI,0Q In tho detection of which Hags free on 2 bu. or ovor, luaa than lt tuo ,0,eulw cemetery ot the doad and agonta already 2 bu 25 cents extra. the internal rovonuo yM Tho farmers ot this community oao PaBt Unls OHIO COUNTV H12AN AND 1'BA iue trained F0R FLETCHER'S IJUy burning plant bods aro rontal Interest thoso who read It, OHOWKItS ASSOCIATION SHIN Found In Thsro aro some new caaea of flu '':e' '"auuliiK vrt ground hal Hartford, Ky "ut i.oenuo ugJ'nti 3ay th?ro a'ready TUB GKAVK STOXKS u ly I s- ls c". ... ,".. al in this neighborhood MIsm Katharine Stevens who has been visiting Miss Marlis.a Foster for the past few days has returned to her home, near Ileda.. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Pattisn nra tho proud parents of a big boy Mrs. .Mary Drake, of South Carrol-to- n, is visiting her hlstur, Mrs Pearllo ThoinasHoii, of this pluce Kenneth Awkity, of Illinois, visited :t S. J. Whltaker's this week Mr. and Mrs. I.owis Kastorday spent Sunday with .Mr. Jesse Foster. niter and Murllsse Foster. Knth- erlne Stevens, of Ueda, and Gibblo Howard, of I.hermoro, visited at N. M. Kussoi's last Saturday The stork visited the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Thomasson's tho 18th and left a ten pound boy NOTICK. r ad-jofni- of the public. Call on mo I r Taylor property. 2.ritt M. It. TAYLOR, Whan gratefully appreciate the patroni I have located In Heaver Dam tfor tho practice of dentlstrj. and uhaM at tho D. D. S i i 8A'& I M rm j li 3 Cr e t m za at or kidneys aro suro to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho liver, kldnoyH and bladder A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Got it ut tho drug storo 4G-- ou nave Hnckacho tho Hver ... ItAM) ICNOIt. -- & J JJZJZ nu t- s, Rl n es llrother Drowning, of llnaver Dam, Illled his regular appointment this placo Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nuto Havon aro congratulations on a big boy Mrs. Jay Westerflold is ill with pneumonia. igiwa Mr. and Mrs. Kugono Ilor aro tho proud possessors of a now girl. Mr. Hnh Miller hns bought tho old Hickory school house lnml from J. W. Taylor. Mrs. ltobort Llles, ot near Cromwell, is seriously III at this writing. MIsa Fannie Mae Smith Is visiting; her sister, Mrs. Hoy Stowart, at Taylor Mines. Tho M. T. Pleasant choir mot and had a llttlo singing Sunday for tho tlrst timo since Octobor. .t -- '"' ADMl.MSTICATOIfS NOTICH All persons having clalma against the estate of Jainoa Calloway, are horoby notified to pro-se- nt same to me for payment on bororo April 1G 1019. Thls JonvV ury 1G. 1919 AUV1N W LEISCRB. AiHr "Jvd Hockport, Ky. ed, g" $4-0- W - lee,l Children Ory o, !'" CASTOR'A vr