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The Hartford republican: January 31, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919013101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 31, 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. Jtortfotto U&pnblhavL Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. COUNTY ASSESSMENT 465,- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 31 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919. HAIlTFOItn IX GRASP OF Totnl number of polls returned 6,- 703. $1,559, Total value ot live-stoTHE FLU EPIDEMIC. , i l "" side and put on tho. ban. Hartford HOW ItOAD MONEY WILL nK SPKXT must of necessity soon be clear of the DRY AMENDMENT disease from sheer lack of fresh OVER TEN MILLION NOW PROCLAIMED While various parts of tho county If the 20 cent road tax carries tho material. However, tho recurrence C3D. were death houses of Influenza, road fund for Ohio County will be of the disease with the same subGrand total listed (or taxation $10,- - Hartford escaped with only a few just about doubled. The use of n ject seems to be n doubtful question. 002,784. Isolated cases of the disease, but less fund such as that will bo carefully One prominent physician says he has Some Precinct Figures Of Total exemptions claimed $964,- - than two weeks ago the dreaded provided for nnd a sensible economi- treated fifty of such cases and an- Prohibition Will Become 885. malady struck the town with the cal plan of road work will be estab- other doctor of wide pactlce says ho Ohio County Values Law January 16 Next . Is not sure that he has treated tho nnd the violence of the hurri- lished. Given Year same person twice. The manner in POPULAR KDITOK DEAD. ,At the very outset a plan of comcane. Only Tuesday of last week which the influenza spreads In isothe disease made its appearance hero prehensive report and. accounting to Col. James II. Lemon, the veteran nnd before the end of the first week tho public will be established so thnt lated communities and breaks out In completed C(,,tor ot tho Mayflold Messenger, died had spread into every nick nnd corner the people may know exactly what districts widely separated seems to be Commissioner Ward has Washington, Jan. 29. Ratification not well understood, nnd how long It of tho prohibition amendment to tho nn" in that city Sunday. Ills of the city. Wo ore sure the list Is is going on all the time. ?he assessment of tho property of nt yet continue tho county for thu year 1918, and Ioath was duo to paralysis. He was by no means complete, but we subIt is absolutely assured that there may is anybody's to scourge the coun- Federal Constitution was proclaimed years old. Col. Lemon mit, ns nearly as wo can get nn ac- will be no white guess. Anyway, it formally y the totnl assessment Is $10,002,784, seventy-on- e by Frank L. Polk, shirt Jobs embrac- try or four millions ntiovo 1917. Wo 1,a' hccn engaged In nowspapor work count of It, the names and numbers ing a largo number of road officials is the duty of every citizen to lend acting Secretary of State. The prohis aid toward limiting the trouble clamation is dated today the greater part of his life. Ho ot tho families afflicted within tho with independent authority and take It the tnxpayors will be Interest- -' but legal to the smallest possible number of authorities of Messenger past ton days. tho Mayflold ?d to know In some dtall tho volume founded .t, sural ambitions. tho department say and values of tho property listed for n,out twenty years ago, and later There will be adopted and enforc- people, and ovcry one should assist ratification was accomplished when K. S. Howard, wife and baby. In overy way possiblo to carry out tho taxation, and as space Is available wo '"'" ' " " ot the best small city the thirty-sixt- h ed a consistent practicable plan of stato acted favorably Mrs. Howard Ellis and baby. order of the board, in the most ef- on January 16, and that under tho dallies in the state, hall publish soma figures from tho road work, and one that can be roil d Cicero Crowder and son. fective way. figure Col. Lemon was a familiar recapitulation sheet as Wo think will terms of tho amendment Itself prohiupon and counted upon to extend It. I). Mnrtln and family of five. prrss meetings, bo of public interest. ,Thls week we a' t'e Kentucky bition becomes effective one year a scries of years, so tliai the C. K. Smith and Miss Ethel tiv-- r Mrs. IX MEMORY OF WADE. . are offering the number of acres of j whore he was shown the greatest from that date. county may learn through experiIllnkley. lcct and attention. We met him by precincts, Its vnluo and tin The nroclamntlnn wis hr Eight children of Prof. Ozna Shults ence how-- to build and maintain its Wade Martin died at tho homo of Mr. Pniw. nt omrtiv n-oPress meeting In t the i vnluu of tho Improvements thereon. Mrs. Muck Cook, daughter and roads. A good system kept in uso his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. the pre8enco of Senator Sheppard. of. l'roclncts Nos. 1, 2. 3 and 4 Wens not 'Louisville in Inst month, and enjoyed grand daughter. will develop enough experienced road very agreeable conversation with Saturday morning, Tex,8. author of tho nmmvlmBnt ma- Just now available, and we begin men to keep tho good work go- H. H. Martin, Will Schlemmer's daughter. January 25th., at 1'20 o'clock, after olution; former Secretary Bryan. Rep- him coming away from that city on an villi No. C, Magan. ing on and on. Barrett Russell, wife and child. Ho was at the Mngnn Some money must be expended a short, but violent attack of pneu resentatlve Randall, of California, No. ucres 9,012. Per aero Illinois Central train. O. D. Carson, n boarder. following Influenza. time In apparent good health nnd Funer- Prohibitionist member of the House, for roud machinery, and for use, care monla, Value of Improvements $16.10. Judge John II. Wilson's son. by and cheerful spirits, nnd his death comofficials ot the Anti-Saloand upkeep of that machinery, al services were conducted $29,045. Hooker Wlliams' wife aud threo ing so soon afterward was a groat require system and organi Kcv. R. B. Neel, assisted by Revs. League of America, the women's This will Cromwell No. acres 11,342. Per children. Chester Stevens and Russell Walker, Christian Temperance Union and nere $17.30. Vnlue of Improvements surprise to us. Kentucky nowspapcr-doEmory Schroater's wifo and four zation which can only bo had by loses one of its moat interesting n organizations. paying for It reasonably and prompt- at Green River church, near Crom- other $18,543. well, whero the romalns wore laid to members in tho death of children? Mr. Polk used several pens in affixly. No. Coolsprlngs acres 11,294. Joe Wilson's five children. editor, and we join heartWhat the county buys it should rest, Sunday afternoon, 'at one ing his signature, and presented them 1'er aero $10.13. Value of Improve- the veteran Judge C. M. Crowe's wife aud two ily with the state press In extending to Senator Shoppard, Mr. Bryan, Reppay for In cash. When it hires la- o'clock. ments $33,515. Wade sympathy nnd condolence to his fam- chlldrcin 0. No. of acres bor it should pay for it promptly. professed was born January 3rd., 1903, resentative Randall and others. Itockport North Otto Martin and Mrs. Coppage. ily nnd friends. faith in, and acknowledged The proclamation follows: This, is both economy and good busiPer arre $12.93. Value ImLorenzo Acton, wife and baby. ness, in a business like manner. The himself a follower of tho Christ in To all to whom these presents shall provements $32,040. . Cleve Acton and wife. REV. IIOYCK TAVLOK come greeting: above plans nro not experiments they March, 1917 and at once united with South llockport No. acres 9,593. Charlie Carden and daughter. BREAKS INTO PRINT the local Baptist Church, of which he Per acre $17,67. Value of ImprovePhillips, wife and child aro results of experience and should was Know ye, that the Congress of- the Raymond a member when called upon to , be adopted and will be if tho tax car-ments $435,570. United States at the second session. Hob Walker and three children. make the'jonrney over the dark rivor, Sixty-fiftIn tho matter of getting on the Select No. ncres 8,436. Per acre h Congress, begunlnthe year Mrs. Emma Hudson, family of live, ries "up yonder." first page of the newspaper tho Rev. $20,-S0- 0. 1917, passed a resolution in tho $8.03. Value of Improvements Rev. Fuqua, wife and three clill- - i It was tho lot of tho writer, perlloyce Taylor, a former Oho coun- OAPT. KIMBLY DIES. haps to know more of Wade, and of words and figures following: liun but now at Murray, Ky., has all i dren. Horse Uranch No. acres 11,179 Joint resolution proposing an Mr3. George White and three chll- fraternity skinned a clty Cupt. Marvin Kimbly died at the his ways, than any person, aside from amendment to the Constitution of JVr ncre $13.72. Value of Improve-- ! reverend Uoyccs family, for several his immediate spectacular aren. block. latest homo of his father, Mr. M. F. Kimbly, JiiPnts $28.7S0. E" Prison's two children years, our home, from even the United States: stunt was to defy the health author!' at Coralvo, Sunday. Mr. Kimfily has several RoHlno No. acres 16,607. Per ncro Resolved by the Senate and House tics of Calloway county In tho matter' Anly Williams' son and a boarder. been in the steamer service on. Green' tide until bedtime was as often bis $16.17 Value of improvements $48,-16- 5. ot Representatives, of the .United Mrs. Ernest Blrkhead was of his father. For Tho health board had riverirtll his life, and was well and home as yearsthat more, wo America In Congressas-somblc- d Lon Ralph's' two boys. or havo'been' State;3o.,.(two-thirordered oil public meeting places favorably known to tho patrons of thirteen of each house Eu3t Roavor Dam No. acres 10,- - closed, but tho Rev. Bovca overruled Frank Lowe and two children, neighbors to tho Martin famthe Groen river boats. Ho had been nonrest 325. Per ncre $40.17 Value of Mr. Louis Turner nnd wifo. j0W()r court j tno cuge f the ily, divided only by an opon alley or concurring therein) that tho followot boats, and the ing amendment to the Constitution u..&yu. provemenis Mrs. J. R. Pirtle and two children. Master of a number driveway. health board vs the Lord. In which be, and hereby Is, proposed to the West Beaver Dam No. acres 5,- - .. ,att , ,a wife andl""lur xtu,a ll laa""h K"luluu,) "" Mr. Fred Clearwater, ,,j nnd ,)00n f When Wado was learning to talk, pome nuenuons received irora uapi. States, to become' valid as a part oC reo cnuaren. tnti. i'er acre ssi.a i. vaiuo oi l in- - ordered closed. Sunday morning, do-- 1 Kimbly on numerous trips on his the best he could do in pronouncing the Constitution when ratified by ' provements $74,S25. K. Crabtrce. wife and child my name was to lisp "Tins." To fvinc the devil and the board of boats. He was unmarried, and his tho leglslutur.es of the several States ' Mcllonry No. acres 4,037. Per henlth. lloyce held his regulnr serMrs. J. C. Hill and boy. I is now tho only living mem- make it easier for him forbade his as provided by the Constitution: acre $9.24. Value ot improvements vices, and when ho undertook to re Dillis Bennett, wife and two chil father using "Mr,." and to the last time ho ber of his family. "Section. 1. After one year from -v- -' spoko to me, Just shortly beforo he pent tho service in the evening the, dren the No. acres 14,632. Per sheriff Contertown James Williams' boy. nnRBPrl nwnv It unq H11 "Tina." Rn i the ratification of this article arrested him while in the pulSHOOTING AT KOCKPOUT. ncro $43.97. Value of Improvements pit, and broke up the sorvlco. We Mrs. Minnie Wedding. far as I know there wns not a break 'manufacture, salo or transportation I03.7SO. Mr. Will Ilhoads' two children. are- - not ndvise'd whether tho Rev. or hitch in our friendship. He of- of intoxicating liquors within, the exA serious and perhaps fatal shootMrs. Ha'ra Barnes and boy. No. ncres 6,777. Per Tuylor will appeal the case to the Smallhouse no importation thereof Into, or the ing scrape occurred at llockport ten called me his "Pal." It made as portation thereof from, the States Mrs. Oma Turner. Vnlue of improvements higher courts of this world or those acre $13.38. difference with our young friend It appears that Miss Mary Laura nnd Emlle Pen- Tuesday morning. $26,915. to ,who was for or against mo, he and all territory subject to the. Jurisof the world to come. Buol James, and Henry, Frank neyor beverage purposes dleton and little brother. Fordsvillo No. acres 11,381. East forsook mo and was for mo, al- diction thereof for Is hereby prohibited. Schapmlre and three chil- and Elvis Douglas bad some dif- ways, 'expressing improvo--nien- ts Will Per ncre $15.52. Value of THK LIXCOLX BANQUET. his pleasure and ficulty that morning In which "Sec. 2. The Congress and the sev- dren. $40,710. congratulations when he Imagined is alleged to have Elvis Douglas concurrent pow- eral States shf " hl ' 2, Will Bean's wife and daughters No. acres West Fordsvillo success of any character had befallen Alvls S. Bennett, Secretary of tho threatened the life of Duel James. to mo. He to oniorce mis articio uy appropriate Sam Hiley's son, Jack. Por aero $16.90. Value ot Im- Republican State Central Committee, often made a confidant of Marshall Langford immediately arAt Silas Gibson's 7 cases. provements $44,980. me, telling me of his little, imaginary legislation. has sent a letter to the Republican rested Douglas and put him under "Sec. 3. This article shall be in At Rev. W. S. Wheeler's 4 cases. - AftnnjJUo No. acres 5,869. Por press of tho state announcing the antroubles as well as ot his incidents of, acre $12.20. Value of improvements nual Lincoln Banquet to be given at Tom Higdon, wife and two children. bond to appear for trial in Police pleasure. Such was our friendship, operative unless It shall have 'been court at 1 o'clock. A few minutes WH1 Himes and two boys. $28,185. the Scolbach Hotel, in Louisville, on the Boy of 16 and the Man of near; ratified as an amendment to tho ConMr. Patterson, wife and 6 children. lator, it is said, the Douglasses as- 50. Wade was brim full of energy stitution by the Legislatures of the No. acres 8,419. Per ncro the evening of February 12, 1919. 8hrevo ' John Mnhaney, wife and 7 chil- saulted James, who shot Elvis Doug- aud self confidence, the latter, by ; several States, as provided in the Vnluo of Improvements No special invitations will bo Issued, ;$7.72. las. The ball, n steel Jacketed one, dren. some, perhaps, would be termed a Constitution, within seven year's froa but every Republican in Kentucky Is W struck Douglas about three inches C Km Kf I).. cordially Invited. Plates are $2.00 nit,... nin Rufus Bradshaw's entire family. .u. iinua o.uuu. WiUVUll fault, but self confidence and energy. tho date ot the submission hereof to iui Ed Himes wifo and throe children. below tho heart, came out near tho niin1n1 1rlfl1 tinnnn nnrl 1vnliv n to the States by tho Congress." Vnluo of improvements each, nnd reservations should bo !?ro $8.94. spinal column, pierced a door facing I And further, that It nppoars from. f23.410. mndo by writing Mr. Bonnett iu .attributes that go to make up sterling and fell to the floor, offlc,al tloeumonts on filo In this do- CONFUSING TELKGICAM Buford No. ncres 10,4 09. Por mnnhoo.l. nn.l of these characters-- ! of tho event. Buel James and hit? wife, Besslo Partmont that the amendment to tho Facro $17.12. Value ot Improvements CAUSES PAKENT WOItltl" This, tho Fifth annual banquet givwas plentifully endowed. Kelly and V. L. An- tics he James, Warren ?47,465. coming on the en by tho Lincoln club, To the family wo extend our deep-- 1 wonsmuuon 01 1110 unucu siaics pro- Esquire Georgo W. Martin, former- derson wore arrested on a warrant cst and truest sympathy, nnd wo know posed as aforesaid has been ratl- Bnrtlett No. acres 16,446. Por ovo of tho State election, Is expected !fled by tho Legislatures of tho States acre $19.98. Valuo of Improvements to bo tho most largoly nttonded event ly of Cromwell but now of Munclo, charglng them with band ng oBother, or the Purpose of Injuring the said, $54,520. of its kind since its institution Indiana, had an unpleasant experiuaforgetablo and hard of Alabama, Arizona, California. Colo- , rado. Doloware. Florida, Georgia. Ida- Mr, Martin received pougla. The defondents gave bond Ralph No. acres 9,710. Per ncro United States Senator James E. Wat- - ence Saturday. dlfferent, er appearance bo ore Judge or d 412.CG. Valuo of Improvements $27,-84- 0. son, of Indiana, will bo tho guest of a telegram from Beaver Dam ,UUo ho, Illinois, Indiana. Kansas. Kontuc- b tho death otWade Martin, Cook for examining trial February ioss by ;hoSQ ,u tho honl0 just acro3, ky. Louisiana. Maine, Maryland. Mas- principal spoakor. Others to Bachusotts, Michigan, Minnesota, MI3- No. acres 9,262. Per aero dross tho meotlng aro Edwin P. Mar- -' Ksqulro Martin has a son named tuo Jru. Hofllu ' the Alley $13.69. Valuo of improvements $57,-15- 0. row, Congressman John W. Langloy j Wndo, as his brothor, Ranso, had a .V. our slsslppl, Montana, Nebraska, New Wo trust that the famllv. North Carolina. of the Bamo namo. Tho party I.,L ONLY 48 HOURS and Charles F. Ogdon. Judgo Ar-jsfrIenda and roa(,0rs will pardon the Hampshlro.North DIEDOF INFLUENZA Oregon, Coralvo No acres 4,554. Por ncro thur Potor, of Loulsvillo, will bo tho sending tho telogram ommlttcd to ln th,8 Dakota, Ohio. Oklahoma. and namiM aU8ou8 montlon which Wado Martin had Valuo of Improvements $20,-77- 0. r. $0.66. little token ot our esteem, but we Just South Daltota- - South Carolina, Texwell-- 1 Mr. John Wcsloy Keown, a diod, and tho Squlro was uncertain coujd not think or write in any other n8' utan Virginia, Washington, West until ho arrived nt Beaver Dam known farmer of the Adaburg neigh- - ,nannor, Wo didn't try, ln fact wo Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, Point Pleasant No. ncres 8,783 STEALING FROM PETER TO MAKE PAUL WHOLE ; whether his son or nophow was dead. borhood, died Sunday of pneumonia1. ii.in't wnt n w s T I And furthor, that tho States whoso Ter ncro $16.66. Value of improveLegislatures have so ratified the Bald following an attack of flu. Mr. ments $32,642. proposed amendment constitute threo-fourt- hs Koown was attacked by Influenza FriDIEI) OF MENINGITIS. We huvo long heard tho old udago Narrows No. acres 7,079. Por aero STEWART. ot tho whole numbor ot day, pneumonia dovelopcd within a $16.17. Valuo of Improvements $34,-03- about borrowing from Potor to pay A six yoar old daughter of Mr. Joe tow hours nnd death soon followed. Paul, but Hartford has un examplo Wrnnt Tlnrnn, Rfmvnrf ,1ln,l nt 1,U States In tho United States. ,,., Now, therefore, be It known that , .i Prontlss No. acres 10,160. Por of stealing from Potor to restoro mon- Williams, local agent of tho Illinois Ills romalns wero buriod in Antloch1,. aero 12.07. Value of improvements ey stolen from Paul. Tho accused Contral Railroad Company, at Boa-v- cometory Monday afternoon. Mr.January 21 of cpmpiication of d!s. I. Frank L. Polk. Actjng Secretary dt Dam, dlod after n brief illness ot Keown leaves a wifo and four chil eases. Burial of tho remains took omm ui iao umwu oioi., , thief Is u small negro boy whom na$31,065. ncros 6,946. Por aero ture dyed so black, folks call htm moningitls last. week. Tho little girl dron. Horbort No. Sc,ct ?n 2 place at Woodward's Valley, Satur- - nd ' Pu"unco the United Statutes $7.55. Vnluo of improvements $24,- - "Midnight." Perhaps tho boy at ono was playing nbout tho house ono nt- open air day, tho 25th. after Bhort, hereby certify that the THE FLU HAN ON. time had another namo, but ovory- - tornoon at five o'clock and at tho 300 funeral Borvices conducted by Rev.. States, do ' uus uucuiuu ' "raol,utncnl aiorusaiu Arnold No. ncros 9,300. Por ncro, body now knows him ns "Midnight." faamo hour tho noxt day was in hor rjhanman a3 Tho county board of health mot of improvements $13,. Tho boy, It Is said, lifted two dollars grave. Mho had had Influenza but $5.24. Vnluo a waB the younge8t son ot val,d t0 nU ,ntents and from Mrs. Howard Ellis, and whon it was thought sho had fully recover- here Wednesday and clapped tho flu Mr victor M. Stewart, and is sur-'- a Part ot tho Constitution ot tho Unit-ba- n 745. stat08- on as tight ns tho proverbial vlved by No. acres 379. Per ncro confronted with a demand for restitu- ed from It whon sho was attacked Renderhs 'wldow f'our children, cd In tostimony whereof I havo ss A numbor of tho fatner a Bi,tor, Mrs. R. A. Leisure, Mr. and Dick's hatband. $17.44. Valuo of improvements $2,- - tion, wont to Tom Llkons' moat shop by the deadly moningitls. aiid Dr. J. unto SGt ray hand nnd caused tno aoal mon ot tho town wero callod and while Tom's boy was making up a Mr3. Williams are both seriously ill 805. urothors, E. G. of Stato to bo Simmons No. acres 1,672. Porjdoposlt and slipped away with $105 of Influenza, and Mrs. Williams has Into consultation, and the. concensus jj stowart, tho latter doing sorvice ot tno Department aero $21.30. Value ot Improvements Ho went to a store, bought n suit ot not boon uotiflod of hor child's doath. of opinion was that tho ban should wUh tno M'odlcal Corps, U. S. Army. ! Done at tho City of Washington. There is somo differ- clothes and a pair of rubbor boots Tho Illinois Contral has no moro bo put on. $45,085. ou nccount of tho flu epidemic this 29th day ot January, in tho Year Housohold and kitchen furnlturo Is aud paid back tho $2.00 taken from popular agent than Joo Williams, onco of opinion hero as to tho practl-- 1 Mrs. Ellis. About ?95 ot tho money and he nnd his good wifo havo tho Cvihlltty of barring all public moot- - local newa has boon difficult to get of our Lord Ono Thousand Nine Hun-Jnrallied nt $280,085. ' "Midnight" seoma deepest sympathy ot many friends In and lntorf erring with tho usuaj this week, and if wo do not have as dren nnd Nineteen, Numbor of dogs over four months was recovered. I FRANK L. POLK, to bo beginning life with tho coxnmls- - tholr hour of sorrow over tho loss ot ctdor of business, but it seems 'ho large a volume of It as usuul, charge J (Signed) -- AltT2,285. I Acting Socrtary ot Stato. part ot dlacrotioa to tako the safe to tho flu. their dear littio girl. 263 automobiles aro listed at $95,- - slon ot some dark dcuds. sud-denc- ss '" fr ' d, J alc-nn- Mld-Wlnt- er n '' .it m anti-saloo- o - i to-w- it: .......... il.iI 13,-46- ad-van- lf an-nn- ... on Toast-Maste- 5. .. I ' cr r,u.o R"d PrP3 - hore-buslne- t0 . aod. -- ga r 5JJTT r WW'H "yr r ' ONE HUNDRED MILLION FAMINE BILL PASSES THE ISSUE SUBMITTED. SHALL WE HAVE BETTER ROADS? ' American Congress Gives This question is now put squarely up to the people of Ohio county to be decided by election March 8, 1919. Substantial Help Serious consideration should be given the matter of To Needy working the roads of Ohio county There is only one sure and certain way of getting better roads and that is by Washington, Jan. 24. Uy n vote of putting up the money for them. Other counties get them passC3 to 18, the Senate late way, but in no other way. that ed the House hill appropriating The present road tax to be voted on is only TWENTY $100,000,000 for food relief In EuCENTS on the HUNDRED DOLLARS and will relieve rope and tho Near EnHt. Thrco Democrats and fifteen Re- three thousand or more road hands from so much work publicans voted against the hilt. The right in the busy season. It will supplement the present Democrats were Gore, Uardwick and road fund to the extent of just about doubling it. It will Mycr8, nnd tho Republicans wcro Boput our roads in good condition all over the county and rah, Cnldcr, Pcrnald, France, Hard ing, Johnson, of California; Kcnyon, will keep them that way by the use of good tools, impleVoilctto. McNary. Moses. Penrose, ments and machinery so placed and used in each com- a l'nlndcxtor, Sherman, Townsend nnd munity as to get good results. "Watson. The tax is small and is paid in just the same manner wasn ngton, Jan. jj , ejt , rvlasts othc taxe$ t same tj to his attack on the $100,000,000 Eu- - i i tr j .r law, ana uy orucrs ui iL riscai j j me unacr ine ropean food relief hill today Senator live years. Court EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT AND EVERY Sherman, of Illinois, Kepuhllcan, reiterated his belief that some of the ROAD IN THE COUNTY WILL RECEIVE ITS SHARE money was to be used to feed Russian OF THE TAXES AND ROAD FUNDS. Dolshevlsts and charged that such No one man will control this money, but the best! plans were in furtherance of an al brains of the county will be called upon to apply the funds leged "settled purpose" of President The Banks, Wilson to recognize tho Holshevlk fairly and equitably in every community. The peace conference Railroads, Coal Mines, Corporations and Town Property Government. Russian policy, he declared, support- will nav mnr than half of the laves. All these pnnrcriis .. ,j .. ed that opinion. profit by good roads. T Referring to press reports that The tax asked for will be sufficient to widen the President .Wilson planned a contin ental tour when he returned from roads, cut many of the hills, and grade others, put the Europe, Senator Sherman said the roadbeds upon better ground, crown the roads well and President contemplated a publicity keep them dragged and drained, and thereby make them campaign to work up sontltuent for far more convenient, safer and better for travel. The immediate ratification of the peace roads are put to much greater and heavier uses now than treaty, which should Include recogniOld methods simply fail to meet the retion of .the Bolshevik Government. in former years. Proper methods of road work have to be The president, he declared, would quirements. "start a backfire" against every Sen- paid for. ator who opposed the treaty and that Truly an emergency exists that ought to lead you to all oflice holders would bo organized into a campaign committee to press vote "YES" on the road tax question. We mean nothing but business and an absolutely square deal to the people the treaty. Pennsylvania, of the county in the matter of keeping up a good road sysI'Sonntors Knot, of ,.nn(l Colt, of Rhode Island. Renubllc- - tem for every community. ans, spoke in support of the bill. The We expect, by calling upon the brains, the good sense lurmer s;im uuiiuuga lie never nuu and sound judgment of thinking men all over the county experienced so much doubt on any vote because the Senate's information to establish a system of roads that will put the products was vague, ho felt reluctant to op- and resources of Ohio county in position to be marketed pose a measure indorsed by the Su- with convenience and dispatch and at reasonable cost. preme War Council. Ho added that This is a fair, square proposition of development and bethe felt anxiety over tho possibility of terment. starvation, suffering and unemployWe respectfully submit it for your favor, ment in America. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. Senator Colt said ho regarded tho tn-tlI IT IS ONLY IN : t The Louisville Courier - Journal That You Can Read About The Paris Peace Conference Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. 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The Americans released by Villa beOre he rode out ct the town, reached Chihuahua City o After luaving Santa Enlalia, Villa Heartburn, Indigestion or distress led his baud in a detour towanl Chia, of the stomach is instantly relieved huahua City, burned a bridge at six miles south of the capital by Horblne. It focres the badly di ppeared. gested food out of t!w iMitly and re- and then Gen. James Agustln Castro, comstores tone In the stomich and bowSo4d by Ohio Counels. Price 00c. mander off the northestern 7on. the- - details here tuday cT Vity Drug Co. in , oo- lli's activjt; Senator Smith, of Michigan, obOK I'ALKSTINK T1IK jected to preventing the fund being Cliwnljcrlaiu's Tablets. used to afd Germany, If the President A few days ago 400 delegates from desired. all sections of the country, nnd rep-- J When jo.it are troublsd with There should bo no limitations on more than rt.000.000 Ameri- - gestlon or constipation, take Cham-ca- n Jews, assembled at PhlUdelphiu borlain's Tablets. They strengthen for the second session of the Amori-'th- u stomach nnd enablo it t per-ca- n Jewish Congress. Tho delegates form its tunctlons naturally. Inill-ver- o unusually enthusiastic because gestion is usually accompanied by of tho present bright prospects for tho constipation nnd is aggravated by it. rcotabllshmont of a Jewish nation in Chamberlain's Tablets ciuse a. gentle Palestine and tho realisation of tho movement of tho bowtsls aspirations of tho Jowish peoplo thu consUiwted condition. in throughout tho world during tho last 2,000 years for a homeland of their VINKUAIt SUItll UKMEUV own. j KOU IIKVUCUIII.- Vw V trU" " i.!f' ' jn iwti srOi That their hopes lit this respect aro well founded sooms evident from tho ono spoonful of vinegar fs a suro lioeu antidote for tho hiccoughs, according fact that tho project has alri-adapproved by Prance. Italy, Serbia and to J Garrison, of Ittintingtw. W. Va . also by our own Pruttidcnt, und moro- - from whom Mayoir Smltlt received u .over tho attitudo of tho dolugatos to latter yesterday atlornoun Mr. Gar- 1.1 4 ' tho peace confurenco is reported to rluon failed to state whether n tea r When travelling, be, almost without exception, favor- - table spoon wan tho roitufuito umouiit shopping, attending church able to the plan. to ouToct u cum . Mo oncloied cllping of a dispatch or theatre, don't forget to MORE THAN 401) PKUKUMItt from Loulsvlllw, prlntwf in Huntinghave handy a box of ton, newspapers which stated that Of 4,200 spnuios of plants gathorod Thomas Tucltt-r- , of this city bos os-- t and used lor commercial purposes In tblUiht'd a now mark in hlccm&hing various parts of Europe, 420 havo n 10,000 gulps In a 'fragranco that is pleasing, and enter period. largely Into manufacture of perfum- HiccouKhtng spoils of several hours iory soaps and sacheLs. Thoro nro duration have been common In Louis- Jmoro Bpccicu of whito flowers than of vIllo ,iurl(; ul0 ,,ngt wcek Nervous I any other color garnered, 'ino num. disorders, following lnuiicuza attacks, bor is 1,124 and of thoso 187 huve an und Htomuch troubles have boon bold ugruoablo scont. us Uio causoa for the unusual Next In order camo yellow blossoms, with 9D.177 of them being swootly porfumod. flowors that number 823, of which Ited aro fraThey will head-of- f S4 Headache or any other grant. Thu bluu flowors aro of 591 varieties, but only from .'il of thorn For Infants and Children Ache or Pain. can swoot iimelllng extracts bo ob In Use ForOvorSO Years BY ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD talned. Tlioro aro 308 dltforon1. blossoms of violet huo, 13 of which Always bears 411 L3 MEDICAL CO., Elklurt. Ind. the mamm w. mmmm turn mi Louisnra pleasantly odoriferous. Illiiliiwiiwii,! Slgnutuiu of ville Herald. so Ma-puled i Indi-resentl.1 hill fundamentally as a war measure, necessary to bring peace by establish ing orderly governments in Europe. Indorsing the protest of Senator Sherman against any recognition of the Ilolshevik Government, Senator Myers, of Montana, Democrat, said: "I am greatly surprised and disappointed that the powers in conference at Paris consented to enter Into negotiations with these people or recognize or meet them on a common plane. It will bring joy to tho heart o! every I. V. V., anarchist, and enemy of organized bociety in this country uud cause them to their conspiracy and efforts to overthrow this Government and all organized society." Denouncing tho Uolshovists as "the worst criminals ever Known worse Senator Myers than tho Germans," concluded. "Crime should be punished, not Sports, (Comics, Society, Fashions and everything else that goes to make up the best newspaper in the Central States. BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT ... V. charity, he contended, adding that if Germany were excluded from the provisions now the action would rise up to plague us In future years." Senator Lodge explained the limitation as insuring the feeding of "Ger many's victims" before the German themselves Senator Borah, of Ida ho, Republican, interrupted that "Mr. Hoover would not observe any limitations of Congress, anyhow." "It's true Hoover was entirely lawless in this country and will be in Europe, but we should lake our stand despite that." replied Senator Lodge. VILLA-I- S AGAIN OX IH.OODV TRAIL. Mexico. Jan 2S Francisco Villa lod 150 followers-- into Santa 1G5 miles southeast of Chihuahua City, early yesterday, killed four soldiers of u small Teder.il gar rison, hanged a civilian, detained the Americans connected with the wned mines in the Santa Eulu-li- a (liUriid and looted the stores and American-o- Juarez, Eulalia, ., rrv THE PUBLISHERS OF THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Are Enabled to Offer " The Daily Courier -- Journal AND j The Hartford Republican v In combination by mail for one year at only Regular Subscription Prices Are $5.50 L THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA$5.00 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.50 By taking advantage of this combination price arrangement you save the difference, $1.00. (This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions to either paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within 150 miles of Louisville in other States.) Ifvalready you are a subscriber to The THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN you may take Xntage of thor special offer just tho same. 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I When tho armistlco ending tho Serves In Franco know It would hnvo been a great reworld war was signed, North Carolief to you nil but It was impossible lina had thrco completed cantonLondon, Jnn. 2G. Pretty Dorothy for mo to get in touch with you by To Tho Fiscal Court Of Ohio County; ments, upon each of which approxiLawrence---th- e only English womnn wire ns I wns up where tho wires had Having been appointed to mnko settlement of the accounts of S, A. mately five million dollars had been who nerved ns n soldier In tho war been blown down. So you see I still Rrntchor, Shorlff of Ohio County for tho yenr 1018, for Revenue for County Inexpended. Tho Improvements laughingly tulU how alio fooled tho think of home and of old fnthor nnd nnd School purposes, I beg leave to report as a final settlement ns follows, cluded complete water, sewage nnd authorities and enlisted ns a man, ex mother; It don't make any difference lighting systems, many permanent periencing tlirlllltiK adventnrea ns n whore I nni. Totnl nmount of property listed for taxation for tho year 1918, less, exmine layer tin in the front lino trench you are nil tho timo ask- emptions, allowed house keepers, $7,2G7,G21.00, this amount howover must buildings, paved streets and ImprovFather os In France. ing mo to write you longer loiters. I bo credited, by the nmount of propcrtyV Included therein not subject to local ed highways. Those three camps nro now nbout Mrs. F. M. Jones. ot "Enlisting in tho onrly days In would bo'glnd to If I only knew Just tnxntlon, which is ns follows; to bo "salvaged," with a probnblo Palmer, Okla., writes: .Tunc, 1915 nnd putting in the nec- what you wanted mo to wrlto. . Since Vnluo of Agricultural Implements 115,696.00 roturn to $ the government of ono mil"From the lime I enessary drills in Pnrls, I had no dlffl-cult- y tho wai4 I really can't think of much, Valuo of .Manufacturing Machinery, 28,409.00 lion dollars of the fifteen million extered into womanhood avoiding discovery, and drill for nbout all the exciting things aro in ."..., nluo of Haw Material 4,505.00 pended, WHILE FIFTEEN MILI looked with dread over for tho day I wns nhlo to go over nnd all I can tell now Is about aluc of Intangible Property 52!,, 072. 00 LIONS MORE ARE TO RE SPENT from one month to the in tho evening in my ordinary tho country, and If 1 expressed my about ON THE NEW CAMP AT FAYETTE- next. 1 suffered with my opinion In regard to It on paper and drees. $ Totnl Valuo of nil property not subject to local tax G7.1.G82.0O V1LLE, X. C, constructing there just back and bearing-dow- n was in nnd n round Albert in tho Censor should get his hand on it "It My balance subject to local taxation 6,593,939.00 such improvements on a hundred pain, until life to me was tho days before tho battle of Loos, I guess he would think I wan insane thousand aero site, as aro to bo de a misery. I would think ' that I served as a regular Tommy and or something else. I could toll you Totnl $7,267,621.00 stroyed at tho thrco other North Car I could not endure the wns initiated into tho mysteries of many things about this country but t: Taxes Clunked To Sheriff Arc n Follows. Camp Sovicr, at olina camps, pain any longer, and I mine laying. I choso my own dugout I don't think you would caro to know. County Tax, $6,593,939.00 0 50c on each $100.00 $32,969.69 Greenville, Camp Green, at Charlotte gradually got worse. . . and occasionally I was tdniply "miss- Just take my advice and ns long as County Foil Tax on 6342, Poll tnx payer's, P $1.50 9,513.00 and Camp Wadsworth, Nothing seemed to help at Spartans-bur" wo can defend the U. S. A. you stay County Foil Tax on 227, Polls listed by County Clerk ing." 340.00 me until, one day, . . "It was quite possible that some of there where people are civilized. County Tax on $178,291.00 property listed by Clerk 891.40 1 decided to The answer made by the war de.' my comrades had their suspicious, You said Myron had signed up for L. & N. K. It. Co., Tangible Tnx for year 1917 1,598.60 partments to complaints concerning was not until 1 told my ser- two years. Well, I did not sign up; L. H. & St. L. lty. Co., Tangible Tnx for year 1917 but it 177.60 this outrageous waste is that it is TAKE Tho they signed me up, and just us soon I C. R. It. Co., Tangible Tax for year 1917, Louisville Division. geant that I wns discovered. 3,395.60 really economizing, because it was Hcrgoant man fashion gave the se- ns they unslgn me from up, don't Same, Tangible tax for year 1917, Owensboro Division 950.33 originally intended to spend thirty cret nway, and I was arrested one think but what I will como back home Same, Franclilso Tax for year 1918, Louisville Division 881.97 million dollars at Faycttcville, and evening when I was starting out to as soon its it is done. I am glad My- Same, Franchise Tax for year 1918, Owensboro Division 817.01 now only fifteen million will be spent light the fuse of one of our mines." ron did not get over In time to sco L. & N. R. R. Co., Franchise Tnx for year 1918, M. H. H. E. Dlv.. 2,288.07 a net saving of fifteen milions! pleasant L. H. & St. Louis Ry. Co., Franchise Tax for year 1918 Miss Lawrence smiled at recollec- real uctlun as It Is not 311.19 This permanent camp is being built many thing to see, nnd 1 think I havo seen Cumh. Tel. & Telg. Co., Tangible Tax, year 1918 -tion of her. arrest, nnd of the 191.47 nt Fnycttevllle; in violation ot the exInquisitions by generals, oven up to enough for us both. I have never Postal Telg. & Cable Co., Tangible Tnx," year 191 S 12.61 pressed will of Congress, at a timo She is a newspaper- heard from him but twice since I left Pullman Company Tangible Tax, year 1918 Lord French. 13.98 when administration partisans are woman, but declared alio did not go, home, have only heard from him once American Ex. Co., Tangible Tax, year 1918 117.43 proclaiming that President Wilson ex"I went since ho left for camp nnd then in for "copy" nor on a hot. Ky. Light & Power Co., Franchise, year 191S 17.50 pects to end the necessity ot war presaid for mo not to write to him at Yeainan Mut. Tel. Co., Franchise, yoar 191S in to do my bit," she declnred. .80 parations at the Paris pence table! "I took four bottles," She Is writing a book, "Sapper Dor that nddress as ho was expecting to Ohio Co. Farmers' Mutual Tel. Co., Franchise, 191S . 2.00 The Senate Military Affairs commitMrs. Jones goes on to othy Lawrence, late' of tho Royal En- leave at anytime. : I). C. Young, Franchise, year 1918 .75 tee, after a hearing, refused to apsay, "and was not only Well wo havo had a Xinas tree to- Adams Express Co., Franchise Tnx, 1918 gineers." 18.85 propriate money for tho purchase of greatly relieved, but can '. night for the company. Wo all had Dank Tax due County for year 191S e truthfully say that 1 have 841.12 the cantonment site at Fayettevllle, Surgeons agree that In cases of some candy to.iacco and enkej glvja not a pain. . . expressing a preference for the leaso Ilruises, Cuts, Hums nnd Wounds us by the Red Cross. Wo also hail a .' " It has now been two Total amount tnx charged to Sheriff $55,351.14 of the tract. After tho Senate had tho First Treatment Is tho most Im- little entertainment last night, given t: years since I tookCardui, Tredlts Due Sheriff ns Follows rejected the proposal of purchase tho portant. When an efficient antisep- by the boys In the company. Wo hint Tax, exonerated by reason of land sales for taxes and 1 am still in good $ 218.45 War department proceeded to buy a tic is npplied promptly, there is no lots of fun and everyone seemed to Poll Tax. exonerated by reason of land sales for taxes health. . . I would ad79.50 hundred thousand acre tract any-wadanger of infection and tho wound enjoy It. However it was Just a HttH Tax. exonerated by County Court, on $10.665.00 vise any woman or girl 53.33 This slto is almost entirely wnsto bcghiB to heal at once. For use on different from Xinas gatherings wclTax, exonerated by Fiscal Court, twice listed, on $S2,543 to use Cardui who is a 412.71 land. Only seven per cent o'f it is man or beast, Horoonc Is thp Ideal havo at honio. We had a very good Tax, exonerated by 52 polls, wrongfully charged sufferer from any female 78.00 under cultivation. Most of it has Antiseptic and Healing Agent. Iluy dinner today, but of course It was Tax, exonerated by 26 polls, twice listed trouble." 39.00 been a game preserve. Most of it is It now nnd ho ready for an emergen- nothing to compare with mothers Ry amount paid, C. O. Hunter, Treasurer, April 2, 1918. . , If yousuiferpain caused 5,406. SI said to have been bought hy tho owncy. 1'rice 25c, COc, $1.00 and $1.50. cooking. I really can't remember Ry nmount paid, Same, Aug. 19, 191S from womanly trouble, or 2,000.00 ers from whom the government 13 m just how mother's biscuits used to Ry amount paid. Same, Sept. 4, 191S Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. if you feel the need of a 8,256.30 acquiring it, at one dollar an acre. taste, but I think I would and could Ry nmount paid, Same, Oct. 3rd, 191S good strengthening tonic 6,642.63 The average price being paid by the enjoy about a dozen for breakfast lu, Ry amount paid, Same, Oct. 2nd, 191S A SOLDIER'S LETTER to build up yourrun-dow- n 5,000.00 War department Is said by North Car ...'.. system, take the advice THAT WILL INTKItKST tho morning If I had them. Ry nmount paid Same, Nov. 2nd, 19 IS'...' 5,650.34 olina papers to be ten dollars an acre. You asked mo if I had seen By - uy amount paid. Same. Nov. 19, 191S of Mrs. Jones. Try Car2.000.00 Upon this million dollar site, marked dui. It helped her. We ron, Matuow and tho other boys. I Ry amount paid, Same, Dec. 6th, 1918. Ehrenbrcitsteln, (Jermany. : 7.71S.23 up from something like a hundred believe it will help you. have not seen any of tho boys except Ry Claims paid for plowing on roads. 1018. Deccmbur, 4,141.17 thousand dollars, two and a half milMr. Lee Mason. those that left with mo that aro in Ry Commission, on $53,1S6.26, amount collected. 2,427j45 lion dollars in permanent roadways Centcrtown, Ky. this Regiment. I saw Klrby a few Ry Commission, on $15,102.44, School Tax collected 604.10 aro being built. The contract for AD Your letter just re- days ago; also (luy and the Hartford Ry Delinquent Tax exonerated by Fiscal Court, thls'day Dear Father: v 1.265.5S these roads was let after the armisJ. 63 ceived of November 23rd and I sure boys. Leonard camo over to see me Ry amount paid C. O. Hunter, Treasurer, this day.-- . 3,357.54 tice was signed. was Indeed glad to hear from you. lust night. Ho is .stationed about ' ' Some of these days the whole truth ti Total amount credits 1 havo just had the blues to some two hundred yards from me in an$55,351,14 will come out as to the proccedure extent for the Xinns box had other building. He. camo over to tell In order that tho Court may hnve a better- understanding of the nmount not reached me and the other boys mo hu had just gotten a box from C. of thLs tax which is available for the payment of the county's obligations, I In connection with tho construction Those in nil getting ono inndo mo feci Hko T. which had some Centertowns can- nni giving you the following, recapitulation, showing tho disposition, of the of these cantonments. North. Carolina are said to havo cost, me.iber welcoming unannounced visovcry ono had forgotten me. I knew dy in it, and most of nil had two S55.351.14. which Is ns follows: under the cost plus system, fully itors at ten o'clock in the morning I know plugs of VIcks favorite, and bellevo ' 1 must havo ono on tho way Total amount, paid Into tho County Treasury, and Road Claims. .$50,173.02 twice" the amount that would have and saying good-by- e at four o'clock was any chance you would mo I gave him a hearty wolcome, Tor Total Amount, Sheriff's commissions If there ; 3,031.55 boen necessary under the system of in the afternoon, and not a dull minnot forget me. I was setting hero tho VIcks was sure the best thing I Total Amount, twice listed 451.71 direct government construction or ute between. Of course wo did not 1 iu my little ollice this afternoon when havo had since I left tho States. Total Amount, exonerated by County Court 53.33 competitive bids. It is a rather re- have an elaborato dinner and It was tho mail orderly came in and I told had Just nbout quit chewing as It Total Amount, wrongfully charged polls 7S.00 markable fact that while the admin- not expected and would have been him Jf I did not havo a packngo there hud been a very hard matter to get Total Amount, for which land was sold 297.95 istration has been demanding tho out of place. No eating standnrds was going to be something doing. I It. and all you can get is Star Navy Total Amount, declared delinquent, and exonerated. 1.265.5S right t"o operate and direct tho rail- wero set; It was a talk feast, puro did not get tho package but did get and I don't care much about It. So ways, telephone and telegraph lines and simple. The condition of the tho letters, 'and It made me feel con- wo talked about olden times, chowed '. Grand Total of all property and poll taxes $55,351.14 and other Industries, it refused to crops and tho varying currents ol siderable better, for really I had been our VIcks and .had a good old time I further roport a settlement of tho County School Taxes as follows, ulld direct, through the utilization of family life within a radius of three or blue all day; had been working nnd for a whllo. I would have him to t: .. , its trained army experts, the military four miles were of vital importanco the rest of tho boys out having a pinch ino every few minutes to see Total amount charged to Sheriff on account of school camps and other great construction in those days. Nor wero tho current good time. whether I was in Centcrtown or Fort .". ,.,... .$16,153.24 tuxes for the yoar 191 S.. projects undertaken In its own behalf. affairs' of state and nation forgotten Yes. 1 will smoko them and think of Khrenbeltsteln, (Jermany. Credited As Follows; The explanation seems to be that In nnd whllo wo did not always agreo wo you mother, 1 think of you all very Well, as you aro now postmaster 101S. both Instances the methods adopted knew when to stop disagreeing, after often anil just wonder If you arc In tho littlo burg, you should write mo June Gth. by amount nald Countv Sunerintendent .$ 1,436.28 meant the highest possiblo degrco of gaining an addition to our small well nnd getting along O. K. I know often as I guess you can buy your September 5th, by nmount paid County Superintendent. 2,969.61 thu't extravagranco and waste for ntock of knowledge, from our neigh it's very hard on you all for mo to bo stamps cheaper than anybody else, I October 7th. by amount paid County Superintendent 2,085.07 which tho present national adminis- bor's view-poin- t. oyer here nway from you but you can't you? I don't think I will know November 2nd, by amount paid County Superintendent., 3.507.43 tration has becomo notorious. It scorns to me now, looking back niiiHt stand it. You must look at It what to do with myself when I get December 6th, by amount paid County Superintendent., 4,334.,97 North Carolina is. of course, not to those visits, that thoy were trethis way. I am here for your good, back there when I wnnt to send a hj- - property twice listed and exonerated 135.57 the only .state in which such cxtrava-ganc- o mendously worth while. We stopped and that right shall bo right. I havo lettor I Will havo to buy a stamp. !uv nrimortv sold' for tnes. land sides ."" .' 112.60 nnd waste has been carried on work ontirely when we had visitors tried and am still trying to do my Don't you think Undo Sam is migh- - nv orronoouslv charted noil tax 46.00 at a timo when tho people generally of this sort, which was in Itself a I know how, and It it ty good to his boys to let thorn wrlto duty as best Ry property declared delinquent ,.. 923 22 were making great sacrifices in order blessing. We compared notes with '"CajtkCH my life I have only paid as all tho letters thoy want to nnd It Ry amount, refunded wrongfully collected 22.73 that tho money might bo provided to thinking people who faced tho sumo ers havo done. You know how It don't cost thorn anything to send Ry amount this day,' paid County Superintendent 579.76 carry on this orgy, not yet by any problems which wo wero facing. Wo as before I came over hero. Every them? And on the other hand don't means stopped. The people ot this were kept Informed, In a sympathetic ody, or almost everybody, did not you think his boys aro good to him? . . .$16,153,24 Grand tojal to balanco, charges country, the every, day, working way, with the needs and affairs ot 1 will havo to closo for "ant their boys to como, knowing this timo Most respectfully submitted, this tho 23rd day of January, 1919. Perhaps wo "gossippeople, too, not merely the. rich, as the community. ho many boys that were over hero as I want to write mother a few linos W. C. BLANKENSHIP, the demagogues contend will be car- ed" a little. Well, what then? Do needing their help, so now you see and it's getting lute. Wrlto Commissioner to scttlo with Sheriff. rying tho burden of this colossal car- you know that the best thing you can the Lord can send a littlo ill sea so that mo when you find It convenient to nival or wicked waste upon their do or think may be made to mean is much worse than coming to Franco do so. Hoping to bo with you nil years. Tho next year will anything a warped and crooked mind to help their neighbor's boys Iu such sometime in the nenr future. money as soon as possible or I will bo backs foi SOMK FUNNY BLUNDERS servo to bring to the light of day may choose to mako. it mean? Rut no As over your only sou, Iu Germany. a groat time of need. compelled to lead an Immoral life." proportions of this unprece- one can afford to stop thinking and l'apa, 1 know when I need to tell STILLIE L. .MASON. Another wife Innocently says of her tho full public proflgacy, despite tho Calking asd doing their best on that Tho clumsy effort of the untrained dented I wanted to como you thought you all P. S. I hope you havo had a morry best express Itself is often amus- soldier husband that "he is myfai'th-onnatural effort of tho politicians in account. 'well you don't know what you aro Xinas nnd that all aro well. I havo mind to c, supporter," whllo still another power to change the subject. A num- Perhaps tho Grange and farmers'' I did want to como. not received tho cigars yot but will ing und sometimes pathetic. talking about.' asked about her relationship to clubs havo become a satisfactory subnot for the trip for I havo not seen soon I am sure, for which I thank you !,)0r ot Sundering expressions of do- - tho soldier, replied: "1 nm still his y pendents applying to the British au- beloved Lame back may come from over- stitute for this anything or any enducoment wjiut-ev- very much. wife." Asked for her allothaving charge ot allowances ment ot visiting between friends ot years. Rut thorities to mako a fellow want to como number a mother answered that work, cold settled imthe muscles for the dependents ot soldiers, ap "I have fouu boys and two girls." the back, or rrom disease. In tho do 'we not need both tbe public meetto this country, but I wanted to just THEODORE KOOSEVKLT. pears in a current journal, ' Among (or ono thing, and that is this, to "Ituth sides ot our parents are old two former cases the right remedy Is ing nnd t.he private meeting? Wo them we cull the following: holp whip hell out of Gormnny, and the need of and poor," remarks a soldier's bride, Mallard's Snow Llnimont. It should never can outgrow Uy Henry Polk Lowenstoln. A mother wroto:"I ain't got no friends, the truo kind who stay on I am very proud to Bay I helped do while from another comes the despair bo rubbed in thoroughly over tho lwinlr l,.;kv,in,i nn,l n , utrllnttiv ttw l.i part, the relief will be prompt no matter what happens; and we cun it. If 1 .should never llvo to tell you ing wall: "Please return my mnrrl- Ah! who shall wrlto his history? A wife, acknowledging age flamation." how wo done, you may know I did certificate; baby hasn't eaten in nnd satisfactory. Prlco 25c, 50c and uo more have truo friends without And who shall toll his story? receipt ot a duly executed insurance three days." $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co aklng timo to bo friendly than wo can Just as 1 told you 'I would boforo you And who shall namo his victory? m havo a crop of corn without taking 'blank declared: "I didn't know my Drug Company. left mo that night at Spartanburg, 1 And who shall mark his glory? 'husband had a middle name and If ho OltltKGON MAY RUN m (5. I havo tried In my weak way to time to plant it. Resides we need to FOR did do not bellevo it was 'none.' " AnIS VISITING A LOST ART? cultivate the art of visiting for our do my bit and bo useful, and that is I'RKSIIIKNCY OI MEXICO Ho served no master but himself, other wltn, whoso allotment was slow children's, sake. Wo need to show as much as anybody can say. And used (ho chast'nlng rod; incoming, clamored for it "as I need I am truly glad to say that my Iteg-ImoThe farm has Us social season as them what loyalty to our freuds San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 25. Mexto keep mo inclosed,' ican newspapers was ono that was chosen to fol- Ho feared no party, power nor pelf. assistance received in San An- well as the city and its roost popular means and how to maintain it withHis only Conqueror, God. which, though unconventional, quite tonio say We, as I think low the Evacuation. that Gen. Alvaro Obregon Bocial season Is just now at band. Its out break. It is so easy to crltlciso accurately lets ono realize ht'r nee It.. will bo I havo told you, left Franco the 21st candidate lu opposition to regular seasons aro or used to be tho when wo do not know, excopt by hearAnother conf-,sowriter, dOslrUic to President Carranza for tho presidency winter, after corn planting, after har- say. Tho Fronch, who havo tuugjit of November, camo through Luxem- Ot all great men in this great age, In God's most wond'rous plan, bo on the afe side, addressed b r bourg, Uolglum, nnd aro now ou the of Mexico. The announcement was vest nnd in tho mellow autumn when tho world so much in tho past four Rhino, Wo were on tho hike for nl- - Ho stands ns warrior, "neor nnd sago, letter t' "Mini Sir or She." made by Gen. Renjumln Hill, who tho very air is full of color nnd (ho yoars. havo a saying Hko this: "To vl VJnost thirty days. I thought sevoral THE GREAT AMERICAN. Wo got a gllmpso of ho seamy aide said Obregon placed bla candidacy last ot tho year's frultago Is being know all is to forgivo all." W.o elder. ot life in other letters, t Ono report llmoti I bud caught up with my walk gathered. Those special periods wero know and tho younger generation In tho hands of his friends. Quick Cure, For Croup. un an erring wife nays "she is staylue ing but I stayed with It and am proud faithfully obwrved In tho "good old needs to know that one ot the truest of it daya" but somehow tho past ton joys ot life cumuH from Watch for tho flint symptom, at a disslputad houie.aud it antalks of t Blurt Father, you said in your Utter hparsnens nnd give CliiunberUJn'e other aro found cajolery and threat year puruujw ajnc thti coming of tid FOR FLETCHER'S who y u had not heard from uieelnco the Cough Remedy at once.' It li prompt combined by the dependent the automobile tiero seems to be friends. And visiting help to mak m wrote: "Will you please sond me my I Venting ceased, I wrote you the day and offectuul. lts reul vUltlui;. Some of usi can ro- - friends. WOMAN "TOMMY" Sheriff Br etcher Makes Settlement For Taxes Life Was a to-w- Misery ... To-wl- g. ARDU j The Woman's Tonic To-wl- y. 2, Druggists to-dtt- y - t to-wl- J ; , all-da- er ed nt Children Ory face-to-fn- Uonrt-to-hQi- irt CASTOR A M' r'C ncsa of station I nm wise to tho laws enough to take care of the tobacco of life, and hunger for tho lofty lovo STRAY STREAKS sales for tho territory now ilcliverlnB of tho lowly cur. I may scold and thorc. The sensible thing to ilo Is to curso and kick tho cur, hut when he (Ky Fluko McFluko.) Weekly by establish a tobneco mnrket In Ohio Published comes patiently back, to crouch nt my nearly ton millions of HARTKOK1) riUNTINO COMPANY county, where feet and lick my hands, I will reward that product Is produced annually. Incorporated Only 1T.0 more days till July first, til in with n wealth nt lovo that never TINSL.EY, Our own notion Is, n pool of all Ohio so do your shopping for next ChristW. S. C. E. SMITH, yet gladdened a human heart slnco county tobneco, but If tho farmers mas now. s. President tho flrnt cock crow announced the ! persist In loose leaf sales they should dawn ot primeval day, I nsk notha market Editor I nil means establish fluch Id bo a Hustcr Newctun says he may not go ing of fortune, no favors of fame, and JOHN 1IENKY THOMAS county .There won quite as high for things In this world am becomo a beggar only for a faith. S. TINSLEY. Assodato Editor M" this least n difference of a dollar a bun as some ho knows, but when it comes And Ilmlncss Manager. drcd In the marketing cost between to reaching all tho way, from top to ful friend a dog. m homo marketing and selling at bottom he yields tho floor to no man. according to law at tho NOTICE. Entered Will not our leading tobacTostomce, Hartford, Ky., as mall co growers take up the mnttcr with I have located In Heaver Dam for of tho second class. Hill Hiley says it no trouble to tell tho practice of dentistry, nm! shall natter their fellow growers and see what the ultra, bone-dr- y or bust prohibi- gratefully appreciate the patronage to can bo done? tionist from tho other class of tho public. Address nil communications Call on me nt the A 'cause nearly every ono of them Tho Hartford Republican. Pneumonia, resulting from influ- Is doing his dnrndest to borrow liquor D. Taylor property. M. It. TAYLOR, D. D S. 25tf enza, has resulted in frequent calls from the other feller. NOTICE TO SUItSClUUEItS. graduate nurses to come to Hartfor MAKKKT IIKPOIITH. Subscribers desiring the paper sent ford for service. On account of tho Hen Taylor 'lows if that thousand to a new address must give tho old prevalence of the disease in various popcorn Albert Itlnl adveraddress In making tho request. Cnttlo Export steers $15 (f? 16.50; difficulty pounds of Business Locals and Notices 10c sections of tho state much tised for was brought to.lilm popped, heavy shipping ?1315; light $10.-5- 0 per line, and 6c per lino for addition has been met in securing such ugeful and IMsil was forced to tako it at tho 1.1; fat heifers $8 012.50; fat al Insertion. 'nttendents. Always useful, the train- - figures which he sells to Innocents, cutTS;c;ee?re:nmVneydlCnaaa!cd nurse ,. doubly appreciated while It wouldatcost tho Old Man nigh on a cows $9 Jp 11.50; medium $7 9; feedot ters nnd ennnors $5.50(ft$6.75; influenza Is scourging million dollars. tho dreaded ance. ers $8(01U.50; stockcrs $710.50; Church Notices for services free, the country. These good women, bulls $7 10 ; Choice cows $95 0) but other advertisements, 6e per lino. who arc devoting their lives to tho We wouldn't think of writing these 1!I5; medium nnd common $45(95. will Anonymous communications suffering, well alleviation ot human claslcs, but subscriptions havo fallen receive no attention. Calves Rest veals $12.50f?$i:t; deserve the title of "Angels of Mer- off to such an alarming extent tilncc medium $S 12.50; Common $55? touched cy." Only a human heart, we let up, the Hoard of Directors S. TELEPHONES. .. .uy .. .. 1.1.,. I -- -i ..r me nm, ug t) fetcl) em nJonB or ...123 to pitylay by the lighter pleasures of Cumberland Hogs 150 nnd up $17.35017.50; could . .. 39 wag Bnrp Fanners Mutual $H.-5- 0 " life and live in tho gloom of thq sick Mr. Ford, not hankering to move in Pigs $12.50 015.25; throwouts down. appalling shadows ot room and in the tho dead of winter, wo Juss goiter JAXUAKY ill Sheep Choice lambs $14 015; 1'IUDAY,. the chamber ot death. No dream of felt as tho we'd pull a few, to help seconds $9ii)$13; culls $S0$9; best fame, entice these wealth, no hope of old thing along a bit. sheep $SJ?S.50; bucks $7 down, mercy to enter a per- the And tho sun shines bright in tho messengers of .'rain eclipse of the sunlight of life, petual old Kentucky Home. We, supposed it wholly due to war Louisville Wheat mills paying where their only reward Is the knowl- - time conditions, but to save us, we figure out why so much dif- $2.14 for No. 2. In denying General Leonnrd Wood: edge of a duty done can't Corn No. 2. white $1.50. ference in wearing apparel. For in- a command overseas President WilOats No. 2 white 65c bushel. accumulate that with the Ci.iin t'lli. lfifllnc tv.irli ii)i ultfilllft Evidences son may have made tho General his ' wearing off of the novelty of his vis- - Meal and Lard. be successor in otlice. h 'it President Wilson's popularity in fore and waists lower than a free Pork $37.60; Lard $22.97. Produce will grant thnt the Europe' is waning. We hear little ot trade democrat ever hoped for. Wo Everybody Huttor Country 32 035. present antiquated system of road tho fourteen points now, and Europe axed Duke about tho matter and he Eggs Candled 4S0 51. working will sometime be succeeded is coming fo know Mr. Wilson as says as how he guesse3 its 'cause lofty ideals Poultry Hens 23 0 24; old roistby better methods, and why wait for we know him, a man with they have took such a big crop off'en but a thinker ot theories rather than the left and right, to say nothing of ers 14016; Ducks 20023; Turkeys another time. Vote the tax now. la doer ot deeds. Franco Is growing the immense swallow fork both foro 2S03O; geese 17022. of the numerous appeals made mm prediction Is being made in Tho and aft. 'to him by the Germans, and England ( root, SPRINGS. President sponsible quartors that set-H- e Wilson will stand for a third term, is going doggedly along toward Uncle Alex Curtis has In some way tho greater questions involved Induced John Henry to serve as his j There are a number of cases of to is said to have an ambition ot Mr. C. C compllsh where Grant and Roosevelt 'without overmuch consideration private htenog, to (Jo some important fin In this community. or Wilson theories. corresponding i French demands failed. for him. I bribed .Dennis, Thomas Tate, Mr. O. E. j The ono big fact that looms out ot Thomas by giving him a quarter, a Scott's two children nnd little Ivji prohibiting con- - the peace conference so far Is that bag of peanuts and a halt gill of Hill Dennis are all ill of it at this writing. The flu ban order who has Miss Maude Tichonor, ratnir will nut an end to the: England is going to havo the Dig and Hill,V to put a carbon and second been ill for sometime, Is slowly Im special term of circuit court, as it; Voice in settling the big questions at sfcoet tho m ji iiuhhui uanuo m would be impractical to havo a num- - issue. typewriter a day or so ago, and as proving. brought together, rope is not different from hu-b- soon as I get a photograph of the carMr. Willio Wllloughby died at the of witnesses the young folks may continue man nature on this side of bon copy completed I am going to 'home ot his father Sunday, ot pneu- their courting, as they require no , the Atlantic the people over there run it In this column, unless I get moiiia. His wife, who was danger-- j .will bo inclined to resent tho my expenditures back with a thous- ously ill at tho time of her husband's (President's implied assumption that and per cent Interest. If you don't death, is now improving. necessary Mrs. Leunie Sandefur, who had Subscribers in paying frequently j his personal presence was Unc, Uuc k i European statesmen been at tho bedsldo of her mother, H3V "1 did not think I was so far be - to guide the ,,. who is seriously ill, was called home hind" There is no excuse for any arounu me piuaus. inuru is uumon account of the illness of members patron being in doubt about the ex- - doubt now that had the President re- , ftomenow or oiner, miring .. t w.iuhini'tnn nrul m'mln uicse of her own family, who have Influm,. . i...i o juration nuie or. ins suuscruuiuii. mc ...niiimi bright warm days when the boys are date your subscription is paid to ap- - himself heard at the peace confer congregated on tho lots, playing enza. on your pa- ence tnrougn a commission oi reany Mr. Hobart Raymer, who has been pears on the yellow slip great American It would have been keeps, the pigeons fussing and the in Owensboro, returned home Friday. per, each week. garbetter both for his influence and his wife talking, talking that dnggon Mr. Cephas Raymer, of Hartford, den stuff, we sorter have a hankersince fame in that disturbed quarter. visited Mr. Oliver Brown's family It is now nearly three months ing for a couple of hooks and lines, a Tuesday night. the close of hostilities and the War necessary thirty-si- x states have cane pole or two, a Polk's best, topublishing the The Department is still Mr. Wash Jones and Air. Oliver the national prohibition mato can about half full of nice. Jui- Down's family are quite ill at tbl casualty list. There seems no Just ratified cy, wriggly red worms and a quiet, separents and amendment, and in January, 1919 the excuse for keeping writing. cluded spot somewhere down on the friends awaiting so long a time Tor United States will be as dry as the old river bank. Gosh, can't you feel Anti-liqusenticertain knowledge of the fato of Sahara Desert. ment in this country had crystallzcd the quiver and thrill as you imagine these boys over there. rapidly within the last dozen years a two pound bass hooks as he strikes for that bunch of writhing worms? A German General congratulates and the state of Nebraska drove tho I returning Hun soldiers that Hi y last nail In John Barleycorn's collln ! know you can John, and so can you the Doc. arc returning unbiaten, and thnt only a few days ago. We welcome Hie not a German rattae has been l.tiil tho experiment, and shall lend our ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE r the humble effort to the faithful enforceThe Allies tuignt nisi waste. same boast had they laid down like ment of tho law. However, wo can " All persons having claims against Enumerated below, which e,i a l ein'iny not fully share the hopefulness of the cowardly puprHo ajiproachcd their ii.Vlot.nl bounda- Idealist who expects a constitutional the estate of James Calloway, you will buy this year, and are hereby notified to pror amendment to radically change the ries. habits and customs of tho human sent same to me for payment on or mail in to us we will send aT-trace. Much lawlessness and crime, before April 10, 1919. This Janu- you a farm paper 12 months When tho now Congress meets March 4. It will demand a report lu scattered communities, may bo ex- ary 16, 1919. without charge: ARVIN W. LEISCRK. Admr. ot how billions of money raised dur- pected to result of illicit distilling. Rockport, Ky. ing the war has been spent, and the Such a result Is not an argument 30t3pd suos 4 Hog Island ship yard and the aero-jilan- o against nation wido prohibition, and A DOG FOR A FRIEND. Cream Separators. . waste may look like thirty wu only mention it as a contingency A drunken cents compared to other Inexciibablo that will likely result. Wagons By I. I). Claire. When called upon to nation must be sobered, and It is well cxtravigances. Buggies Will somebody pity a lonely life, pay tho unheard of sums taken from to lay tho axe to the foot of the tree. Cultivators 1 the pockets of the peoplo they will It is first necessary to strike down and give me a dog for a friend? Disc Harrows system and then let opinions of want not a kenneled pet, with the was spent. tho ask how It to desert me in an "A" Harrows the people build from the wreckage Tho floating of tho fourthcomliiK such a system, not perhaps as they hour of need, but a mongrel cur, Riding Plows Liberty, or Vlutory, loan of llvo or need, but such as In the very nature that knows only the duty of loving u Tractor Plows six billions of dollars, scheduled for of things thoy will have. Fortunate master. I know how to win tho loyo Walking Plows . . . un- ly for the government of the human of human hearts, but tho man with a April, is going to bo the biggest Shovel Plows dertaking tho federal treasury has race grave questions have a way purpose in life can illy afford to Corn Planters yet had to deal with. At tho present ot finally working tlienibolves out. court and coddlo and fawn at the quotation on former Liberty Bonds land while tired nerves will still be feet of the proud and haughty to ha Binders the holders havo lost already moro finding some stimulating beverage loved for a season, and then deserted Mowing Machines. . than $70O,0OO,0OO, and with the war when Gabriel sounds tho trumpet call when tho twilight of fortune fals. Hay Rakes O, givo me a dog, a groveling of time, let .us hope that nation wide it 3 golng to ho hard to . over Hay Bailers tho country to accept further drunkeness may never again ciihh beast, that, will quail at my curse, ' look attention at command and yelp Grain Drills our fair land. losses. with delight when I, condescend to bo Lime Sowers kind. Give mo u friend to love me ADJUDGED A LUNATIC. We Invite tho careful, attention of Manure Spreaders . . Mrs. Ernest Dashani, ot the Caney that I shall not live in constantly disour readers to tho advertisement ot Corn Shellers election. Wo also In- Precinct community, was adjudged ot turbed foars lest ampody moment or the road tax Corn Crushers may mortally ofvito any voter who Is In doubt about Unsound mind, in Judge Cook's court a thoughtless word Gasoline Engines . . any provision of thti law, to ask tho Monday, and an order was entered fend; a friend to lovo me, that when authorities through tho. columns of directing her committal to the asy- cursed in my anger or ground under Stoves this paper for "a through explanation. lum for tho Insane, at Hopklnsville. my heel would still follow mo to tho Tho fiscal court has nothing to con-co- Mrs. Hnshain had been in poor health very doors of hell. In addition to the above Lonely In life and hungry of heart and its mombers will ho only for a long time, nnd this is the fourtli inI want a friend whose attachment we handle a full line of farmtime she has been sent to tho asylum too glad to gjve ony additional formation possible In regard to tho for treatment. She Is a very indus- knows no end but death, and as tra- ers' supplies and we urgently manner ot spending tho money col- trious womun, nnd dose application dition recounts and history records request that you visit our to work, and a notion that she and only a dog knows such eternity of lected under tho tax, if voted. Had wealth or genius or lolt-ine- store before buying. lovo. hor family, along with everybody of spirit nttended the womb of Again wo want to urgo the tobacco else, wore colnc to starve, unbal Recently alio had my birth I should havo gono to my J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS i;rowr of Ohio rounty to break away ances liar niliid. from tho Owansboro mark at. Wo uliown evidence of violence, and It ' tomb with faith in tha faithfulness of Beaver Dam, Ky. have, no griovanco against Owaiis-bor- o, was doelded to have her confined in the human hoart, but liming beon Cumberland Phoue. bora to povurty and toll and to lowllbut that inarUst in not big the asylum. . XlstiStSlZX'U.'l-- - The Hartford Republican m Sec.-Trea- ' 0v-ensbo- Fordson Tractor I now-a-da- uuiK , A tabulated cost of plowing 23 acres of land and the time it' took to turn this 23 acres up side down with the FORDSON by Messrs. Foreman and Graham on the Goff farm, about 5 v, miles west of Beaver Dam. The Kerosene, Gasoline and Cylinder Oil Cosl 47c Per Acre ac-tli- ng er nt .,, Every hour and 12 minutes they turned up one acre of soil. These statements are the results of actual experience unsolicited, but no man in any business inthis advanced age should go blindly along and not know positively what it is costing him to do business. They wanted to know Kl if the selling claims we make were positively backed up by actual experience. They know now that their investment in a FORDSON TRACTOR is a paying one. They have plowed, they have hauled wheat to market, they have i i k ?J ' If You Will Check Any of Articles hauled hay to market, they have haul-e- d logs to the saw mill. In fact, the FORDSON has done everything almost that a mule can do on the farm except eat corn and hay. d, Farming is Taking on New Life, New Ideas, New Inventions. Quick action is as necessary in f arm mg as any other business. Farmers are fast realizing that something faste;rR than mules must be had in this age of intensive farming. THE FORDSON FARM TRACTOR is just the thing for our Ohio county farmers. It costs less to buy. It costs less to operate. It will last longer and do more work than any tractor on the market. We s r d ready to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction any statement we make, and we want you to ask those who have seen them operate, and call on KM M V er TlEJ H'WJH "V : ! m rK'! 7ui!3 i f. pur-eua- Messrs. Foreman and Graham for their experience and their opinion. al, E. P. Barnes & Bro. Distributors BEAVER DAM, KY. ' ss f r?"' itMiMHf 'r JW "ttm'kmm mkmimlri n ,. , ,fc. 'ImM k ifr ' 4. ty u H Jt Special Sale! 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 oft" of regular price. Everyone absolutely new and style. This means a up-to-d- ate $35.00 Coat Suit-- . ..$26.25 $30.00 Coat Suit $22.50 Coat Suit $25.00 $19.00 $20.00 Coat Suit $15.00 Cloaks and Children's Coats in like proportion. If you do not need now, the investment would be profitable for next year. 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. Ikz&Co, .The 'Y Hartford Republican JANL'ARY HI . Esquire Quint Drown, of Simmons, was in town yesterday. rillDAV,. County Clerk lllunkcnship has sued an even 2,500 dog licenses. Good clover hay for sale. Is- M II. E. It. H. TIME TABLE tfouth Bound, No. 115 S:0E a m. Due at Hartford Korth Bound, No. 114 See TICK BURNS, Hartford, Ky. One at Hnrtford 6.4 C p m. (lloth "Mixed" Tralui.) Island groceries. For quality try my lino of Diamond None better. W. II. BAIZE. 'I Personal News and 8oGial Euents, i : Mrs.. Clarence Vnlkor, of Louisville, Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lognn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Miller, of near Ilenver Dam. have a boy at their hoiihc, born Tuesday. Mr. I. S. Mason Is being favorably mentioned for the Republican nomination for Represontntlve. Mr. Ed Barruss was In Owensboro Tuesday, marketing mmiio tobacco grown on his farm last season. m Esquire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. called on us Wednesday. Mr. S. H. Oglesby, of Ccntertown, Martha Cannuhan, of Fords-vlll- e, was nmang our visitors Tuesday. Miss Othu Hell, of Ccntertown, has Our old frlond Frank Wallace, of returnod to hor homo nfter a visit Kosine, was in to see us Tuesday. with her aunt, Mrs. S, A. Brntcher. Mr. Hardin Chapman, of Adaburg. Mr. W. II. Coombs, of Mayfleld, Is called on us while in town Monday. Mr. Coombs' wlfo ill of Influenza. New store every artlclo in stock had it Just before she left Hartford. absolutely new. Mrs. James Nance, of Henderson, W. H. BA17.E. camo up n few days ago to visit her A complete lino of shirts, tics and mother, Mrs. W. T. Woodward, who was 111 of rheumatism. collars at W. H. BAIZE'S new store. Sheriff S. A. Bratchor went to Mrs.. Laura Austin, of Beaver Dam. Frankfort Tuesday to make his final Mr. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hooker settlement with tho Auditor, R. R. Riley accompanied him. Williams. Mr. Gayld Taylor, who Is with tho Wanted To buy 1,000 pounds of Illinois Central Railroad Company at good popcorn. ALBERT RIAL. Hurtfoid. Ky. Louisville, spent tho week ond with his mother, Mrs. Moso Hudson. Mrs. Frank Bruner went to Whltes-vlll- e Miss Gorln Fleenor, who is teaching Sunday, to attend' her father nt Harrlsburg, ' III., attended tho who Is very ill. funeral of hor cousin, young Wado Mosley left Sun- Martin, at Greon River church, SunMiss Winnie D. day for Bowling Green, whero she will day. enter Normal School. Mr. Fred Tinsley, of Noeroek, re Owonsbo'ro, Riley arrived from turned Monday from Mr Wallace had been to undergo an Friday, to whero he Union City Tennessee, Ho camo home spend a fow days with his father. Mr. operation for fistula. much improved. J. C Riley Miss May Muuzy has returned to car load of Columg wasons. if In need of a her homo nt Morganlluld, after bus road tho guost for sovurul days of llrsl class road wagon call on, sheriff and Mrs. S. A. Bratchor and LUTHER CII1NN, other friends hero. Beaver Dam, Ky. Just received a. bu-In- v Hcv. nnil Sirs. W. If. Foreman iav. visited their (laughter, Mrs. Lon AlWe nro having flno weather now len, at O,wcnsboro, thd first of tho nnd the farmers are very busy. week. Miss Lily Havcnor Is spending tho Mr. K. C. Hycrs, of Olnton, was week here as the guest of her sister, among our visitors yesterday. Mr. Mr. Ethel Johnson. The families of Messrs. John SmiHyers reports influenza prevalent In his community, as It is In most other ley, Hardin Chapmnn, L. L. Trog-doKills llartlctt and Ott Hhoads sections of the county. all havo tho flu hut arc better now. Mrs. Tom Nelson Is still very sick, H is the first born, and a girl, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. she has an nbsccss on one lung. Dr. Chiiinloy, of Simmons. Mother and Duff is treating her. Charllo Trodgon was seized with n labe are doing fine but his friends are fooling anxious about M. F. stroko of paralysis tho 18th Inst., ho was paralyzed In his throat nnd Mrs. Olcvla Mudd, n trained nurse, tongue, but ho is nblo to be up now arrived on the midnight train Mon- and has recovorcd his speech. Mr. Leo Johnson's baby has been day, from Louisville, to attend Mrs. very sick with a cold but Is better C. K. Smith, who has pneumonia folnow. lowing an attack of iulluenza. Artemus Stewart went to Owens-bor- o Monday, on business. If the figure nine does not A little daughter has como to llvo twice on the expiration slip on your paper please have us put It on with Mr. and .Mrs. Everett Kissinger. at once. Hut we prefer you author- They call her Loveta. Several new telephones nro being ize us to use the number 20. Installed In this neighborhood. Mr. Harve Travis went to Daviess It is a boy, and No. 9, at the homo of Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. Tobo Hoover. It county today, to look at somo hay Name and corn which he contemplates buywas born yesterday morning. Thomas lliley. Mr. Hoover lives ing. a couple of miles east of Hartford. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against Mrs. Morgan James, of Beaver Dam, died Wednesday morning of tho estate of B. W. Oglcsby, deceaspneumonia following influenza. Mrs ed, are hereby notified to present James v;ih about I years old, and same properly proven, to me on or leaves a husband and two children, before March 10, 1919. Persons knowing themselves indobtcd to the Itay Cook returned to Camp Taylor said decedent will call on me nt once yesterday after a few days visit with nnd make settlement. This January 28, 1919. his parents, Judge and Mrs. Mnck S. H. Oglesby, Admr. Hay expects to bo musCook here. Ccntertown, Ky. tered out of the servlca within a few ."Ilt-p- d days. MARRIAGE LICENSE , Mihs Susie Schlemmer, of Tell City, The influenza epidemic seems to Indiana, arrived Saturday to attend i Mr. Will Schlemmer's small daughter, affect tho matrimonial, along with Only Mihs Schlem-'m- most other .kinds of business. who has pneumonia. is a sister of Mr. Will, and Is a live couples have married within the past two weeks. graduate nurse. Charles W. Black 35, Beaver Dam, Mr. I. S. Mason has been attending to Athcl Withrow 35, Central City. Earl Coghlll 20. Hartford Route 1, IiIh father, Mr. It. J. Mason, near Bu- jford, this week. The elder Mason la to Trccca Farmer 18, Adaburg. Everett Taylor IS, Beaver Dam, to ninety years old, and having received an Injury in a fall recently, is in Fannie May Smith IS, Select. I a serious Joe Leisure 29, McHenry to Mrs. condition, and may not rc- -. Eliza Eddy 25, Kosine. cover. Ernest Wilson 23, Beaver Dam, to Wauled Parties to clear from Hazel Cummlngs 20, Echols. m ,0'K tn TWO hundred acres, bot- -l BURNED TO DEATH. toni Land Large Timber mostly cut stumps rotted out, very .on", and Pansy, tho five year old girl of 'easy clearing. For particulars apMr. Tom Rogers, of near Balzetown, A. W. LOGAN, ply to was so severely burned, Friday of Hartford, Ky. last week, that she died the followMiller, nineteen years old ing day. Mr. Rogers was burning Hocker son of Mr. Luther Miller, a farmer, bushes in the field, and the little girl living neiir Goshen, died of Influen got too near the fire, her clothing za, Tuesday, 'and two of Mr. Miller's caught firo and was burned from her smaller children are sick of tho body beforo her father could give as Tho little girl suffered trouble, and nt the hour of our going sistance. to press were not expected to live great pain until the following day, when death camo to her relief. Her but a few hours. remains were buried in Fairviow Alec Vlck, an honest and indus- cemetery. me trious colored man, living in north IH COUPLE WED. 18 Hartford, is one of Hartford's most unfortunate victims of tho flu epldcm-1- s. and Miss Fan-ny- o Mr. Everett-TaylIlls wlfo died of tho disease May Smith, of Mount Pleasant, Wednesday morning, and himself and woro married Sunday by Rev. Jeff all of his children, eight wo believe, Embry, at the lattor's residence. The are down with tho trouble. rouplo aro each only eighteen years old and Iuino, let us hope, many So far as wo aro nblo to learn years of wedded happiness before none of those ill of influenza, in Hartthem. 111. ford, is thought to be critically . Few new-- cases havo been reported HOMES. within tho past few days. However, Two elegant homes In Hartford, this may bo largely accounted. for by Ky., for sale at a bargain if taken tho fact that practically all the at onco. All modern Improvements younger people either have It now or and convenience. On Flno water. havo previously had it. a popular stieet. See mo at once. JNO. B. WILSON. Prof. Ozna Shults will take tempom rary chargo of tho postofflco here toJOHN CARNAJIAN J)KAD morrow, succeeding Mr. Ernest Birk-hcaresigned. An examination for John Curnnhan, who a number of ellglblcs to permanent appointment years ngo lived with his mother, Mrs. will be hold at Beaver Dam Febru- Martha Elslcr, at Narrows, died reary 19, but it will probably bo several cently in Indiana, and his remains nonths before the permanent appoint- woro brought back to Deanfleld for ment is made. Tho postotllco de intorrment. About ten years ngo partment is Intormlnably slow. Jo)n, who was an cmployo of a trac tion company in Bnuthorn Indiana, LATEST AllOUT ROYCE fell from a car and received an to his head, from which ho nover Klsowhoro In this issue we haVO ntnnlotolv -- npnrnroil nnil tn which an account of tho Rev, Boyce Taylor's bis death was finally traceable. dnflanco of tho health authorities at Murray, Kentucky. Since writing SORGHUM MILL PROFITABLE that report wo soo the Rev. Taylor has been arraigned in court, fined Mr. W. L. Loisuro, of Rockport, $100 dollars, paid tho fino, and again Route 1, round a small sorghum mill defied the authority of tho law by a profitable enterprise during the holding prayer meeting. He and his "working up" season. Mr. Leisure congregation aro slated for another made ubout 1,400 gallons of sorghum trial, and it seems that nothing short for his neighbors on sharos, and sold. of the depletion of tho Rov. Boyce's bis rental molasses for a littlo more finances will bring him to respect tho than $400, authority of tho courts. mm mm ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. OWENSRORO TOBACCO MARKET All persons having claims against tho estate of Laura Qulsonberry, deTho "low" area prevailing at Ow- ceased, will present snmo to mo for onsboro for somo time in tho atmos-phopeymont on or before February 15, of tobacco prices seems to 1910, nt my residence, near Olaton, 30t3pd havo lifted, prices havo gone up. Ky. COO, 000 lbs., of pryor tobacco Bold on R. W. QUISKNBERRY. Admr. that market Wednesday at un averBEAVER DAM. age of $17, and hurley wont to $81, Mrs. J. II. Davis has returned to tho highest prico ever paid for tobacco in western Kentucky. Thore hor homu near Rob Roy, after a visit Is still little local buying in Ohio to hor sister, Mrs. Maubra Rannoy. county and the bulk of the county's Mrs. l'eal Wcstorflold dld at hor tobacco is going to the Oweuiboro home Friday morning of pneumonia and was burled in tba Ltrlckhouse market. n, ap-pc- ar er clear 4 Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING : 1919 The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars for the lowest possible price, consistent with depen- dable quality, is too well known to require comment. Therefore, because of present conditions, there can be no change in thq price on Ford Cars. Runabout Touring Car Coupe k Sedan Truck Chassis The prices F. 0. B. Detroit. .$500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 E. P. BARNES & BRO. I Beaver Dam, Ky. wwvww 4 , SPEND LESS Than You Make And - I Bank The Difference THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU I t I I i BANK OF HARTFORD THirty-Si- x or Years in Business 2t d, ry nooga, Tenn., was called here by the serlQiis illness of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Williams. MlssMary lko Mason is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mason, of Livia. Little Mary Kolly Williams died suddenly, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Ms. J. E. Williams, after a brief illness following the flu. She was buried In Sunnysido cemetery. Miss Innis Stevens, of Nashville, Tennesseo is visiting relatives hero. Mr. Charlie Williams, of Stone, Ky., was called hero by the serious Illness ofvhis brother, Mr. J. E. Wil Hams. mm-T- Mrs. Wosterfleld was tho dying of influenza. I do not know A. B. Leach deceased. of a single one dying of It over here. You wanted to know when I would She Is survived by her husband and come home. I do not know, but do four children. Miss Grace Williams, of Chatta- not- - believe It will bo long now. I cemetery. daughter of like over hero fine, but wquld like to see some United States dust again. (It rains over hero almost every day. Sometimes a month will pass wltn- - jout a glimpse of tho sun, but It has not been bo cold over here as It is in our northern states. Wo don't have to work very hard anymore, and I think our work will soon be finished. Tell everybody hello! for me. Goodnight, OWEN E. JUSTIN. OH! I SEE! i . THE 1'UBLIC. I have been released from military service, and shall now bo continuously In my otllco in Hartford for the practice of medicine, and shall appreciate tbe patronage of tho public, E. B. PENDLETON, M. D. SOLDIER WHITES HOME. . The Successful Farmers Always Have Good Hogs. Get The o. I. f yFffTjBc. Js MI ytHH Mfr- ( (b . im Dr ro Latrecoy, France, Dec. 27. Mrs. Lon Austin, Dear Mother: I was very glad to havo a letter from you, nnd to know that all aro well-I- t was soventoon months ago yesterday sinco I flr3t ontored camp, and I huve now been threo 'months in Franco. You msntionod in your letter about so' many people baCk In tho statu. Hartford, Ky. Another lot of Pigs. Some nice lemales and service Pedigree with all boars. Stock. LOYALL P. BENNETT, Notary Public, Hartford, Ky., R. 7.. . RllHLMHttHeK Hfm' 'JfWtfriEiiyi iiiitpiinnu ' VaaaaKXIinHaaaaaCIWr gWwryr" ij; wqpwNf mL''";'j " i, PP'F '!''!H ') H' '" ft- - 1 I to: L ' r I? r , L r. Hj l :. If ' ft H '4 r 1 F S' I i. pollco motor boat, tho Fanolla, has ncrcs of wheat upon which they usod UO A IKS KAIIN LESS UNPKU U. S. CONTIIOL been put into uq on tho Ohio Ulver 4,61 8 tons of fertilizer. hero with Eugeno McKInney, former "In Floyd county, for example, tho (nllutni ltrd Cross Workers In France Increnso In tho ncrcaEO of wheat Washlngton, Jan. 23. Railroads Jailor of Vandorburg county, In CIUCU1T COUUT. IHIAYKH DAM. Were Despondent sown last fall as compared to tho fall in 1918 undor government control chargo. Tho boat Is to bo used as a JuiIko H. W. Slack, Uweuiboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney,. of tho previous year was 1,119 per and unusual war conditions earned patrol of tho river to stop tho Impor- Coiu'tti. Attorney O. K. timiili, HartClerk It. W. King. Bordeaux, Jan. 24. Misses Gladys cent. about $718,000,000 or $250,000,006 tation of liquor. It Is said that durPollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. ford. nnd Dorothy Cromwell, sisters, of year 1917, $370,000,-00- 0 ing the laHt three months vast quan"In Pike county It was 1,465 por less than in the Marshal R. F. Stovcns. C. I'orter, Hartford. New York, leaped from tho rail of cent, and In nrcathltt county It was leas than in tho record year of tities of liquor have beon brought Clerk A. Otto 0. MarAbutter Commissioner fords villi:. the French steamer La Lorralno ns 1,500 per cent. 1916, and about tho same ns In 1915 hero by river from Owcnsboro, Ky tin, Hartford. the steamer was In tho Garonne Ch'm'n. Board W. H. Jones. This became apparent today on the and Henderson, Ky. Tho Initlnl nr- per cent of Increase In Bell But the "d-- C.1 P. Koown. lUvcr hound for Now York today. county Is a puzzle to mathematicians. basis of definato reports to the Inter rest by the squad in charge of tholTrus,0 J,,rr Clerk Olla Cobb. were drowned. The bodies Both Hartford. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. As far as anyone knows, thcro was state Commerce Commission of cam pollco motor boat wns made Friday1 have not yet hcen recovered. Marshal Grnnt Pollard. not an acre of wheat In thin county Ings of 195 principal railroads thosn when William Bnrnes and Leonard l8t Monday In March 13 days Both the youiiR women belonged to during 1917, but in 1918 forty-nln- o Coni'th. nud Civil. having annual operating revenues of Steels were arrested. Twenty-fou- r OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKNDAU. the American km uross am: were ttamm 80We(, 172 acres Now what more than $1,000,000 for eleven gallons of whisky was found In their lBt Monday ln May 12 days Civil. County Boitrd of IMitnitlon. turning nomc. iv luucr luuuu in percentage of increase Is that?" months and unofficial calculation of boat when tho olllcers nabbed them. la' Monday In July 12 days E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. to the their statoroom and addressed administration reports Indicate will be Coin'th. and Civil. Dlv. No. 1 J. M, Hoover, Hart--for- d, commanding officer of their Red Cross 12 days When vou havo Backacho tho liver considerably smaller than those or boat, but tho pollco boat was too swift 3d Monday In September Ky. unit Informed him of their Intention or kidneys are suro to bo out of gear tho preceding months. Also sub-Tr- y for tho violators. The men will bo Civil. Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, FordsvIIIo, to "end It all." Sanol, it does wonders for tho Jcct t0 a ht rovlsIoni tho ncurca nr. tried in the City Court January 28 4th Monday In November A 1J days Ky. l The Misses Cromwell had spent liver, kidneys and bladder on the chargo of violating the stateUom'th. nnd Civil. Got It torlc'' tno "rat public view of tho 50c bottle will convlnco you Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, much time at tho front, and friends of railway operation last year, wide prohibition law. at tho drug storo COUNTY COUUT. .Bald they had complained of being Ky. so far as earnings nro concerned. Meets first Monday lh each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, RosIdo, tired physically and mentally. LOOKOUT FAKMHIIH! Kecelnts from frolcht. 'imfwenirer. KACII CAltltlKS.lOY WITH Judge Jlnck Cook. Ky. Tho Cromwell sisters were twins, CICADA IS COMING express and other transportation dur- HIM, SAYS WOMAN, 2 County Atfy. A. D. Kirk. 32 years old. Thoy had been In the Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beavlng tho year amounted to npproxl- Clerk W. C. Blankcnsbip. service of the Ucd Cross since Febru- matoly $4.S73.000.000. or $832,000.- er Dam, Ky. "Ken24. Washington, Jan. Boston, Jan. 25. Hero is tho phiSheriff S. A. Bratcher. ary, 191S, most of tho time at tucky and neighboring states will bo 000 moro tnan ln tno Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, provOU9 year. losophy of happenings expressed by Superintendent E. S. Howard. Chalons-Sur-Mnrnwhero they were Invested with the seventeen-yea- r Ky. lo Operating expenses Jumped to about Mrs. Nancy Herlnger, nt her ninety-secon- d Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. engaged in canteen work. For sov- - post durlnc tho comfnir season. Thoui Time of Meeting 1st Monday la. mm nun nv i i.nnnn birthday party: vv, . f.,..,i,uuu, . . .. .. T ' . Tax Commissioner oral ttmntha thnv rnrr within rnnirn year D. E. Ward. February; lrt Mondny In April; 1st is iiKeiy to ue one oi mo(000 more thau ln tho preceding year, "Everybody carries his own happi """""""" """ and in the midst Surveyor C. S. Moxley. guns of the German wo r,...,. ,nrll9. , ,. nn reor,i , Monday ln Juno; 1st Monday ln Au- i i(jiiiniiiii ness with them. You can either ..u. .v..u. il'i'uils iu inu ruiiruiiu Coroner E. P. Rodgors. of constant airplane raids. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st see nothing alarming .in tho pros-- 1 Indicate- that freight make It a happy place to be, this old canteen closed, the sls pects." said an entomologist of tho ndminlstratton When the FIRCAJj COURT. Monday In December. or you can bring yourself to trnfnc fell off in December, with the earth, tcrs entered the evacuation hospl nnimrtnipnt . nt Agriculture here to- - I..1......1 .., Moets Tuesday after first Monday County Board of Examiners 1919 ..i. ,.. ,.- - ....v t IfL minim CllMJIIlllh ..r h'V"i 4UIMI BHIl- l- tho end of everything very soon; Just tals. where they continued work un- - K E. S. Howard S. S. O. O.', Ellis Sande-fu- r, ..Tho periodical cicada, tlio real raenta ,,ctlnc.I for Europe and the ns you look at things. I have always ln January, April and October. 1st District uci uibu inuouii,, .. Ed Shown, Hartford, W. 8. Hill. n.m fnr tho Insect commonlv calleil cessation of tho hauling of other war beon Just ns happy as I am the Immediate superior officer of the locust, will do the most damngo in material, while expenses could not be nouto 3. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school lth her two daughters, three Misses Cromwell, told the Associated Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee ami reduced materially. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- diplopia examination. Hartford, This condition grandchildren and four great-gran- d Tress that they were the best liked about nineteen other states located er Dam. Beaver Dam and FordsvIIIo. earnings, or railway children she played tho piano and sent the net and most devoted workers she had. principally in the Central West." May, 9 and 10 Common school operating income, which has been de- sang for tho entertainment of her sni nistrictQ, Bi Drown. Slmmom. Miss Uarnett believes that the re4th District G. W. Rowe, Ccnter- - Beaver Dam and FordsvIIIo. clining steadily since tho record birthday guests. action from the long strain and high FLU STILL SI'ltKADS town. May lf nnd 17 County teachers mm month of last July, to probably nervous tension under bombardments 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze- - examination. THROUGHOUT STATIC (White) Hartford. or $30,000,000 officials becaused the sisters to become dei town. May, 2.1 and 24 County teachers' lieve. This may be compared to inThey were cheerful and spondent. FOR FLETCHER'S 'nth DlMHrt W. S. Dean, Dundee. Shelbyville, Ky., Jan. 24. With come of $59,204,000 In December of examination (colored) Hartford. happy when they left Paris, she said. S00 cabas of intluenza In Shelby coun,7th District B. F. Rico. FordsvIIIo. June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd 1917, when blizzards and curtailment District B. ty and 92 new cases reported within of traffic sent earnings to what was examination (white) FordsC. Rhoadea, Hnrt- Jth AUTTKIt TAKKS TUMIJLK! ford, Route G. vIIIo. hours, the ban then considered a very low record. the past twenty-fou- r "So you lost out on that oil specuKGGS ItKKAKING TOO! June, 27 and 2S County nnd has been again tightly clamped on the e HARTFORD. lation. Why, I thought tho broker county and every effort is be- MOW OHIO I'OLICK BOAT statu teachurs' examination (colored) entire Mayor J. E. Bean. you they had a gusher." told Chicago, Jan. 24. Joy for the ing made to halt the spread of the Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. MARKS ITS FIRST ARRKST "So he did, but ho must havo rehousewife. Butter took another drop epidemic. July, Ohio County Institute, Tollco Judge C. M. Crowo. ferred to tho man who wrote tho jof 3 cents a pound on Chicago marDr. J. I. Whlttenberg, of the State Hartford. Marshal E. P. CaBebler. Evansvllle, ind. Jan. 25. A new prospectus." Boston Transcript. kets today, making a decline of 19 Board of Health, arrived here yesterSopt., 19 and 20 County and j -- cents, wholesale, since January HOCKl'OIIT. 13. day with a supply of Mayo serum to State teachers' examination, (white) More so, eggs at 54 cents are from prevent influenza and has opened Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. Hartford. to 3 cents lower, a drop from 13 headquarters at the courthouse, Z Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 2f. and 27 County and Stato to 15 cents within .the last few days. where he will administer the prevenPollco Judge John T. Jackson. teachers' examination (colored) Meat prices have also tumbled, pork, tive to all who may call. Marshal Will Langford. wholesale, dropping from 30 to 22 The high school building, with cents a pound. school dismissed, has been turned into I "The butter and egg market is par-ja- n JOHN WRITE & CO. elnerBencv hogpUal anil all sovoro WILL YOU alyzed," said one wholesaler today, cases w,u be treat0(, Two there TAKE "and will drop still lower. With 1)otor amhulnlIce, were 8tnrteil from ' KV many men and women losing their Camp Tay,or Literal assortment &mSSfi&ZStliE K for shell)VvlIIe ,ate last and lull value paid jKaWJMTfp i Vfll yiTt wartime positions, they could not pay n,hf n,, ,,,, ,. ...,, ,,, ,,.,,..,,. .. the prices that have been asked." tlents from the distant ends of the A Trtalrcinl Contending that butter and egg county. ' BaStsSSsBBBBalBL S aaJa' Bt prices are still under control of the for WEAr federal food administration, agents 1,000 Case In Barren. fy' naBaHMHM.HaHM.aSBia.BSaaiBSS(Saaa-aa- M ' LUNGS or of that department began an investGet the Genuii I PSrgjLBBBBB Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 24. A new m W I igation here today to determine why epidemic of influenza is sweeping CONSUMPTION Avoi and jrtaaBBaV Vast A aaar SastWfrfLaa .retailers are making a profit of from Barren county. There are more aU M Bataaar taaaBr 10 to 20 cents a pound iu "butter and roporteil now than during the A quick relief for that licc.l, rundown fcrline, 10 to 13 cents n dozen in eggs. cal, hrmor courhl, paint In clirtl. nichl first outbreak during October and Nothacct. yek lunct or con.umpllon. II il does vember. It is estimated that there a) J3o you get up at night? Sanol is Every Cake Del help you II co.ls yoa notiing. IxSassSy-are now 1,000 cases in the county. Lock Oox 016 aurely the best for all kidney or OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMIMIO o. troubles. Sanol gives relief In There are many Isolated cases report24 hours form all backache and blad- ed where it is impossible to get mediI der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed cal attention. No action has been GOOD K?& remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at taken by county authorities to pre 4C-the drus store. lEfluin, vent tho spread of the disease, and H grave results are feared. Many cases Uc uJ itanm I. TOw K Soill Bi.Ina. Cuflcti WKX IN NUROPK WANT Sccurod or Your tSlciicy Back If lou tako tbo DruiiRhou Training, Hio fiutlnets, Short Hand, Typo Writing and Ttlearaphr TO CO.MK HOMK of pneumonia have developed and a a i ,iu oM rtrt largo number of deaths have occur-- 1 can takn It it Cuiltge or ; rnril Writ. CoI(fo ennui'l wnuel mui h for PIUl'CllO.V'Jj l'llVLTK A I, 11LI.V1S IXILLLUI 7(n'atfraciMCanUtoarl 07. red. There are also a large number Washington, Jan. 24. Represensvcnrlrc & Aitf taliincS I'ailurali. kr j llrioaitawfirJt tative Garland, of Pennsylvania, Re- of typhoid fever cases In the county. Hircl.il Cjntjtfor (lor rrriuirnt f:niilunipnft publican, who has Just returned from jiioysiinrs vi niCTTWini -. .-I itrlaaiUfu JIriilntiytlm. Serious in Monroe County. overseas, where ho spent Christmas Tomlcinsvllle, Ky.. Jan. 24. W. F. ., mm -- at Coblcnz with American soldiers ina CHMOn Ci BurlLt homiM.- 1'or iwrtlculan, Marm. l rVILBUR R. SMITH troduced a resolution today demand- Marrs, postmaster at Mount Hernion, UEX1NQTON, KY. j E) K, EA R, THRO A T, NOSE ing "tho return of tho soldiers by this county, died yesterday from j And Fitting of Glasses every transportation facility that can pneumonia, resulting from tho flu. J Masonic Tho flu is spreading rapidly in the be mado available," and for humeOWENSBORO. KY. Tomplo THE ri lato discharge on arrival in this rural districts of this county, and iov-erSEWING country of drafted mon and members deaths have resulted during the m MACH'f last week. of the National Guard. vr m "Something ought to be done," Mr. QUAUTY.l ."DO Cases In Nlcholas.- Garland said. "The men don't have Carlisle,Ky.,Jan.24. any Idea when thoy will get back, It is estimatand have been told they will be there ed that there aro fully 500 cases of NOT a year longer. There is nothing Influenza in Nicholas county, and sevSOLD nround thorn but rain and mud and eral new cases were reported today. U N,D E R tombstones and ruin. There are In ono family, that of Crowe Shea, ANY plenty of French and British there three children's deaths aro reported, OTHER to police tho country. Tho privates and two deaths have occurred in tha NAME. think that tho officers getting big family of W. T. Murray. pay want to keep them there." WARRANTED FOR AU. TIME. Representative Garrett, of Tennes- MOItGANTOWN .MAN If yon purclin) tlio NKW HOMK you will Peel rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay of, see, Democrat, replied that Secretary ACCIDIINTLY SHOT, jrum wuik. iur uujrn uy uiMiijj vaiomo hnvo a llfo nsjwa nt tho price you jviy, and wilt Haker had but n short time beforo I when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yoi not liavoutt cndlcks chain of riilr8. The above diagram shows the distribuon your feet, whiloreliovlngyourtroub ' Morguntown, Ky., Jan. 23. Hay told tho Rules Committee that tho le. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Doii tion of the average Swift dollar received return of men had received moro at- Shtiltz, n farmer, 24 years old, living & Quality "& take anything else. You can't nlToK tention than any other problem be- at Little Bond, this county, accidentZr I .si I iu niiminatca poisons, cleanses Byi ConsideretfL from sales of beef, pork and mutton, fore the War Department, and that ally shot himself yesterday afternoon. tern and relieves constitution. A nnt ! it Ji the ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur He was cleaning a rifle, all vessels that could bo obtained and their during 1918. in its effect nnd certain in results. II were devoted to tho service. preparing to go hunting with a neighC ucjpest won't be loner beforo wil m-bor, when tho gun slipped from his comnlctelv dianluco calomel m overt in the end KTATK'S WHKAT hand, struck n chair and was disI home.( Children can take it freely an YIKL1) INCKKASKS charged. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar lo buy. antccd. 50c and ?1 In bottlea. Non 1019 Yttr Book of irittrettlne and The bullet entered his abdomen I penuino without h ou wantnscwlinrjnachliir.wrlto tot) the likeness and signs Washington, Jan. 23. "A htrlking and ranged up and behind the heart. instructive facts snt on raqacat. or lateat cotaloirue bfturo you jiurcluuo. luro oi a xl, urucsDy. f or sale by example of tho way American farm Shultz was rushed to Louisville in Addrtti Swift C& Company J. U. WILLIAMS. UsrtXor Kf The New Home Sewinz Machine Co.. Orange, Kiss.) ers responded to tho nation's call for J tho care of Dr. R. W Klttinger. Union Stock Yardi, Chicago, Illinois an increased production of d He is married and has two .. 1 I food crops Is tho way ono district In Western Kentucky, embracing sixteen counties, answered tho "COD, KKAltlXCi SHARKS, wheat programmo of tho Agricultural SWALLOWS HIS MONKY & College of tho University of Kontuc- Boston, Jan. 21. Tony Grandctto, iy and tho Federal Government," of tho dory fishing fleet, caught a rod I Ji the Department of Agriculture In its stomach ho found an Kng-- 1 &&1 noiincad today. IIbIi sovereign. Ru.rctd when everythln? tike fall. 5 i ' llvirJ..," FOR PFRSf-lM"In 1917 more wheat was planted Along tho waterfront thore Is a ii. r. Dissolved In water for cbuchca atopf und hziait S in that district than ever before," the difference of opinion. One U that Hi et.ii lY ; .ire the SUprrvv f polvjc calnrrh, ulceroUon and inflom. statement Hilda, "and I ant (all there 'be fish feared the eherks would get ","',,i ' i'1. , 'aaua tci.nei! ( J;Ccommer.dee! by lydin E. , f ?A Kil'i-Y- LIVEN AND v wim a big inrreeee in the aereoK" 1U money and preferred to be ble own year.' In bunker. The other is that the nah 4TOMAOri TROUBLE j I ftfltfl ih.A... an. nder for 11a1 . A i.r!,.' eown over the lut-rlou-i .1 U is. .fa "r onoirJenL t ic(L'au ever mxa J ( II. Z W17 there were 4.014 farmers la picked up the coin fro some sole '' aw. . . . J ,uhtu ' eannur. 1 laSWyr'-"4s"this jlJstriet wbo pleated 122.S52 that had hew suuk by a lubmnris. "- 3lfcrUSirrtniattaccaigL.ttt.gti-.-y - GIRL TWINS SUICIDE. DIRECTORY -- I ' e, '. ii .... -- i,t nt ,.,v nhi ' ,.., ., J J """"'i .'' . $25.-000,0- j Children Cry C AS "TO R 'A State-teacher- s' I 7-- n J ' The jHav W ? OUR Swift Dollar GERMINAL REMEDY . w: for 1918 derttrAW BbV S mimu MONTH FOR ONE BBBBBBBl&aV9BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBt 7v ' OS ITi O'iM au n, Kffis laissur al u mssm mr mm $ 12.96 ?q "' Raiser Wpafy Expenses Jr T- . Lgp tfw mmm I so ToStock I J USE Li V-VER- -LA NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME "'i'f J ts, Ml I much-neede- Swift Company, U.S. A. ietric u-i hi very Woman Wau nn-in- Ti 1 ri A,",' VsdJtliSiSiSKaK&y 'l N-- V jfA ajtaj Farm Department Miinuro Doubles Yields 1 IiourIU a farm of 40 acres In 191U of which Hovcral ncrns had heen turned out iw being too poor to culti- To, each 100 pounds of moat, uso SOCIALIST AGlTATOItS. Tho Socialist agitators of tho world nro in tho throos of n mighty ecstasy ovor what thoy consldor tho result of the World War. Thoy claim it has put tho bottom rail on top and that henceforth thoso who produco tho fat of tho land will llvo on the fat of tho land. They proclaim that tho ago of gold of which poots have ovor sung and philanthropists ovor prayed is being ushered in, in which nil mon will bo' truly a band of brothers, containing neither a millionaire nor a pauper, neither a master ior a slave. They announco tho dawn ot a blessed era in which labor will not fear tho Cormorant, nor capital the They have felicitous Commune. visions of a common store-hous- e from which will como abundant supplies to a common table around which all humanity will sit and feast. They tho old regime in toto and clamor for tho abolition of private property rights. They demand a gov ernment by soviet committees, having communal control of all Industry and co 2A Met ionlf nts 15 fluid Prach I mean by this that our an animal. livestock should have plenty of good For Infants and Children. feed nnd good care. If you keep only n few of all kinds of livestock and r rS?iyi k vate:. save tho mnnuro you will bo able to iVaKMt To nave Hie noil I placed logs, polos build your land up and then If you and liriiHh across tho low places at will adopt n suitable rotation of crops tho end of the field nnd Romctlmcs I you will turn your farm over to your '"ItMfa built small dams to catch tho rich soil children much moro productive than $7& M ALGOHOL-arERUi.when you began on It. nnd liritiK the Hold nearer a level. ci AVc8Ciauicrrcpirmw.iiv- '- i Thru I went to work to innko and ! nvKCPUla . I which should bo clean. Thcro will MA Irf Tho rig's First Itlrtbday. sno nil tho nuinuro possible. I make 4s5ES ' ilnlhcStofoachsnndDcwretstf bo a drainage which Is better taken pig One thing tho well brnught-u- p n groat dunl of manurd by feeding my W5uCst caro ot in a barrel or a tight box. livestock In tho barn. 1 uso loavcjy should miss Is his first birthday. If Lcavo straw and sawdust for bedding. This he's given tho right stnrt, nnd kept cure nnd the meat six weeks in tho I TliprpiivPromoilniSDKwtioa tho extra heavy pieces a growing at top speed, which is only bedding keeps tho stalls clean nnd ab. week longer. It any pieces arc to bo uV sorbs the liquid mn n tire. Tho ma- Mother way of saying most profitably, smoked, take them out of the pllo and neither Opium, Morpninc n yn:, nure Is hauled out nt different times ho wilt be ready for the market nt hang in tho smokehouse, ' MncraLNoT rjuicu w. without ! of the year and put on such crops seven1 months of ago, nnd make his washing, nnd smoke until of tho re.TiuiTmrsni jarptaTWavr-"'"-- ' ns thought best. I also plnced logs owner more money if sold then than quired color.Ue carfeul not to have Jhmpunitt nnd poles across the lower sldo of my ho could nt nny other age. And tho MxSnM the smokohouso too hot, uot over 120 JiothtVt SiUs n ir barnyard, catching a great deal of shorter his life the less likely ho Is degrees. AnlsfSitf foSrVsi nsPv:,;1 manure, leaves and rich dirt which is to get sick. The farm dollar turns Jlf&rtM'IfSiiJ' trade. Their propaganda contem. Ifmn Sfd over quickly when invested in pigs. fllso hauled to tho Held. plates .: Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured mighty belting tho globe with a 1 believe in saving everything that .6 mj' Socialistic Democracy that by local application!, as they cannot reach can possibly be used for fertilizer nnd (Jet Sonic Hoes, fie u.- the diseased portion of the ear. There I AhclpfutRcmcdyfcr will overwhelm every other political S?."3.5V only ono way to cure catarrhal deafness, PPl.vliig It to Hie soil continually nnd llecs hnvo always been profltablo and that U by a constitutional remedy. faith and forever put an end to the Constipation and Diarrhoea, an persistently I use strnw, grass, ven when tho prlco of honey has been Catarrhal Urntacss la caused bylining of sordid selfishness ot individualism. and rcAxrishnessmul condition of the mucous leaves, weeds and even brush on bar- fnr below what It should be, consld-in- g the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Socialism Is an hallucination that loss ok Sleep Ilia. rcsuUin4lhrefroin"anC- Inflamed )ou have a rumbling aound or ren spots Now that It Is hearing, and when It li entirely loads otherwise sensible people Into its food value. tho Three ear.s ago I had my 'hired coming tip to about where it should closed, IXarncM labe the remit andUnless tuba n wild orgy of anarchy in search of r.u5ira;teSi$natureoC lilflnmmaUdn can rtduced this to Its normal condition, hearlnir jniin rake and haul pine straw nnd luivo been nil nlong they will prove restored destroyed forever. Many cases will bo of heaven on earth. It Is a contagion . forest lcnrs on the land during the much moro printable. Uccs do not deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is that robs men and women of their 5 surTjreCEVTAWlCoilPWV. "is rough winter months, nnd I believe ask for nny more expensive keep than an Inflamed condition of the mucous thru reason and causes them, as they wan-tifaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts 4? j the blood on tho muctjus surfaces of the this has paid me better than any oth they have always had. for they gather system. NEW YORKiJ In the desert ot their weird imag Wir will EQffiffiSlsHjpP!! er work ho has done. We literally It from tho flowers themselves with any case orgive One Hundred Dollirs foe inings, to seo mirages ot bountifulness catarrhal that cannot . BCbV HisrsV sTsVssvrrsssssss? arm. w ti tsiswi covored tho land with fifteen to twen- no cost to us, and all they usk us to be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir- they are about to como Into possesculars free All DruRElsts. 55c. ty loads per acre. Tho result hns been furnish Is u homo for them to live I. J. CHC.NKV & CO , Toledo. O. of, produced by tho brain ami sion 1 "ft5"l exceedingly gratifying. Tho leaves In and a placo to put tho honey they brawn of others. It propagates on SOIJHKKS MAY STAY IX AKMV. the delusion that if the other fellow caused but a slight increaRO In the gnther for us. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUft eOMMNT, NCW YORK CITY, Keeping bees Is faclnating, lirst crop, hut each year tho results and has more of tho world's goods than Washington, Jan. 24. To solve you, or is worth more financially than have been moro In evldenco. Four there Is usually a boy or girl about yearn ago tho land was washed and tho farm who would bo pleased to tho problem of unemployed dis you are, he has robbed you ot tho h barren I produced only have tho bees us their own special charged soldiers, tho War Depart- - overplus of his possessions ovor bale of cotton per ncro. buslnuss, and when this is granted ment has ordered that no man bo yours. The Socialist aggregation is to one-hal- f This year I gathered from this land they will study up on them and make .discharged from tho army against composed largely of peoplo who ar .about Kovcn-elghof a bale pur acre. them produco a good Crop of honey, his desire until such timo as he can gue, without any basis whatever for The beginner should not try to keep obtain employment in civil life. their argument, that the world owes It wns announced today that or- them a living, irrespective ot whether too many bees. Ono or two colonics I'uro Pork KuiiMigc. A good formuln for pure pork snus- - will do for a stnrt, but if you wish ders had been telegraphed to alt de they work for it or not, and if they JatKC. which has been tried and has to go in deeper you may try a halt partment and division commanders at nro hungry, thirsty, naked, a prisonNo Money to re- er or an unwelcomo stranger, It is jf,glicn good satisfaction is as follows: dozon, but I certainly would not try Secretary Ilaker's direction, laAdvnnce To each 100 pounds of meat, pre more tho first yeur. You must learn to tain nil men who desires to remain evidence that the existing order of SntiHfoc-(Io- n Guar ferably CO to Gfi per cent lean und 35 handle bees to make them do their temporarily In the service without things is radically wrong and needs antecd to 40 por cent fat, ground through best. You will want to study them prejudice to their subsequent dis- to bo changed for their special beneJowctttNct fit. When an individual gets out of tho finest plate, use 1 V6 pounds of nnd what to expect from them, nnd charge to take employment. oty Tho order follows: Bait, four ounces of black pepper, two bow to manipulate the hives to get Joint with society, with religion, F'rioos Order I Issued. - the maximum yield. All this will bn powers that be, and sours with the mncort of sage, and one ounce of nutTorms A. "All commanding officers will tnko on everything generally, pneg he heads .Mix all togctnur wen, sprinKio explained In the book If you buy ono. Saving of nnd the rest you must get by practlco j steps to insure that every enlisted straight for the Socialist camp. The )vcr tho meat and mix thoroughly. 10O to If the sausage Is to bo kept for sev No ono can tell you all you should -- man In their command understands heart of Socialism pulsates with revothoroughly the War Department does lution, bloodshed, disorder and chaos. From Fao two know. ers! months. It should have . A. ETARCK tory Direct r " 1 r T PRESIDENT "How to keep Ileos," by Anna Com- -. not desire to discharge any soldier The nightmare that haunts every Sopounds ot salt instead of 1 Vj pounds. Grsorffo. It should ,also bo stuffed in casings stock, Is ono of tho best books writ- -' who cannot secure civil employment, cialist adherent is that capital is ho mado clear to every sol-al- ly It is cspecf-jl- t will has him shackled in a ir packed in jars nnd covered with ten for tho beginner, and valuablo for women and girls who ' dler that where he would normally torriblo slavery; and as his ball and lard. For convenience nnd to insure "Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your Mrs be discharged under orders for chain gall him, ho shrieks for an imocping, it can be mailo Into enkes. wish to take up beekeeping. home. No cash payment required. All vie ask Is that you will play upon, use tcin-an- d is a practical beekeeper, mobilization he may remain aginary liberty. and test this piano for 30 clays. If, at the end of that time, you do not find it the fried, packed into containers, nnd cov ton J that you have she came up through all the poraily in the military service at his Socialism, with its barbarous free-lov- o highest grade, sweetest are at and finest piano in every way, and we will. In ever ered with lard. seen for the money, you perfec liberty to send ltback, that stages, wo are told. Thoro aro sov- -, own written request until such time eent, pay the freight botn ways. X Is Starck Piano must make eood with you. tenet and it diabolical comor there la no sale. The munism, seeks, In this most momenoral good bee Journals and most farm jus he can secure employment. Alauiu;: (amnion ( oms ray. SavB $150.00 or Mora Easy Payments papers detoto considerable space to fact that ho requests to remain in tous hour of all human history, to Vo will ull admit that tho hlgh- We ship direct to you from our factory, at Ton pay no cash down, but after 80 start beekeeping now that Its Importance thei army temporarily does not in any take advantage of the disorganized prices that cave you upnurdi o' $150.00 Id ia of trial, jou can begin payment on the lowlireil dairy cow Is tho best money- is being fully recognized. cost cf your planu. We guarantee to furnish est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano way operate to compel him to remain condition of society and government Toa a better piano for the money than you can manufacturer. These terms are arranged to maker and that every fnrmcr who You are assured of receiving secure '.sewhcrc. Look up a good houkoeper's supply- -. In the army for a long period ot time to establish its false doctrine that suit your convrnl'nce, and it is possible for kecp.s cows should kcop only tho best you to buy a piano for your home, without a Bit!i(actc sweet tontj durable high grade hotiBu advertisement and send for agalnst his will. Any man who everything belongs to everybody and miis;g the monry. place. cows. Hut there Is another side of their cataloguo and make up your would normnlly have been discharged thus destroy ever incentive that huaiaren OK.Vlaas-- Cnronla many an avcrago this question that Player-Hai2nd-Hamind what kind of hive you want, it ho had not expressed hl3 desiro in manity has to rebuild the world. InBargain Every Star Piano t .farmer Is facing: How to get better and you will got a lot of Information writing to remain in tho service may dividual merit has always won, and Starck at IVe have constantly on band guaranteed lot SS years. the best and most beauti. cows. How is tho man who hns little This ipiirantee has hade a Isrge number of slightly iwd fut Plaver Flano act Issa from the catalogue about equipment. thereafter bo discharged from the always will win. Divide up the necond hand pianos of aU it our !S years of plane cf snd market, money going to got into pure-bre- d iou win do O experience, and the repustandard makes taken in It would bo well to study somo about bervice at his own request, whenever earth's wealth, as the Socialists deilighted with the many extation of an dairy business? Hy way of the com- the bees boforo you buy a colony, ho thinks he may secure employment. mand, giving to each Inhabitant Uls for new Starck I'lanos clusive features ot these responsible piano fc'iusc The followand wonderful Instruments, and mon cow. Whllo tho common grade and ing are a lew sample bargains : All such men as aro retained temporawill be pleasej with the pro rata, and in a Jshort time the then you aro ready to begin 50 Free Mus!o very low prices at wWn no great record as a monoy-mako- r, cow has $110.00 Wcoer rily under tho above authority will thrifty and ingenious at onco. will possess they can be secured. ) Lessons 92 00 Stclnway still a groat many fnrmors nro be attached to (bo most convenient again tho bulk of the world's money, Piano Beok Fris, Chickering 80.00 To eay purchaser of making n comfortahlo living from hor, , Send today for our new Starck Pianos, we giie, free unit and where their services will bo goods and lands. This in accord "Virginia" Ham. Kimball 05.00 piasso Of course no man should bo content music lessons, in ontf of 193.00 beautifully Illustrated you Starck A reader wants to know how to most useful." with tho immutable law ot reward, book which gives the best known cchools in pntil he has tho best In his line ot cure large amount of informaChicago. These lessons you folon Conditions. changed by tho flat Send for oar litest complete Effect and it can not bo ham "Virginia" stylo. Tho tion regarding pianos. This can take in your own home, business, but It is often necessary Second hand bargain list. book lowing receipt is published by tho De In connection with this policy. of rod-fla- g lawbreakors who covet will Interest and by mail. This represents tor a farmer to do his best with tho partment of Agriculture, which, it is adopted after orders were issued last their Industrious neighbor's belongplease you. Write today. one year's free instruction. 1813 SUrok Bldfi.. CHICAGO), material at hand, P. A STARCK PIANO CO.. said, has been used foryoars in Mary-- 1 week for demobilization of tho com- - ings, Law and order is tho direct I know a farmer who stnrted out land and Virginia, nnd it Is further bat divisions in tho United States, it product of Intelligent Individualism, with a dozen scrub or grado cows and added that meat cured In this way has was said that action to prevont a aud unless private property rights are iv ho hns the best herd ot dairy cattlo been found sweet and palatable attor largo proportion of theso men from held Invlolablo and capital thereby you could wish to see. And they nro facing unemployment was taken not stimulated to invest ami devolop the too. Ho started by monoy-mnkoronly to protect tho soldier individual- natural resources of tho world, labor, foodlng tho best balanced rations that ly but because of its effect upon em- tho mighty giant, is inactive and powAll ho could grow or get. Ho bred to ployment conditions throughout tho erless to lift, the race to a moro perpuro bred sires and raised tho calves country. fect lifo, and civilization, as a conso-lucncfrom tho best cows each year. Ho i Wlb BlHlIn c Anothor aspect of tho now policy must lapso back into bar- fonse. lie outlined what ho termed built a silo and raises alfalfa, which Is that tho families ot married barism. It wero a thousand times "tho Ido;i of tho Kroat leader who has with tho grain grown on tho farm will continue to draw their al- better tor a nation to bo in the cono and of others" and frequently reduces feed bills. Instead of soiling lotments from tho Government dur- clutches of Autocracy than to got In . notod terse saylnB8 ot bia frJondf his grain ho feeds It to his cows and Need Help to Pass the Crisis Safe ing this temporary service. For tho tho deadly coils of tho Socialistic ser tho lato Theodoro Itoosovelt. ly Proof that Lydia E. Pink-increases tho fertility of his soil. All timo bolng, at least, tho War Depart- pont. Gen. Wood said nl? plim was to of tho calves aro raised until a year Lara's Vegetable Compound ment will havo ample work to kcop t ain youths not mo-- e than six or two old. Whenever ho can ho ' be Relied Upon. Can Cured At A Cost Of 25 Cents. tho mon busy In handling demobiliza."buys a good cow of his breed and his "Eight yoara ago whon wo first months. Ho polatod out that thon , tion Ot other troops nud in Btorlng Ho registered. 10th Division was tralneu to porfc-tloherd will soon bo moved to.Mattoon, I was a groat ill im,i!nr'i fi:c war material and in similar tasks, la four months. Ho said that says the silo is the host investment in addition to its annoying symptoms, I from indigestion nnd constipaas DJCTI0NARIE5 arc in use by busiuna an attacK or ithat lo over mado. "Sllo.s, cows, nl- ?Vr- tion," writes Mrs. Robert Allison, tho plan of Industrial tralnlug along Pleurisy I'alns aro located Just ness men, engineers, bankers, military training, as now beln.f grippo which lasted 'falfa and doop plowing," ho says, judges, architects, physicians, the short ribs. Lumbago effects Mnttoon, 111. "I had frequent Head- with out at Camp Funston, Is entiro-l- y all winter and left nny man's farming a suc- tried farmers, teachers, librarians, "will mako mo in u weakened tho samo region but toward tho back. aches and dizzy spells, and thcro was by successful men and successful. The training systom, Cl'SS." If condition. 1 felt at Ballard's Snow Liniment is tho reme- a feeling like a heavy weight pressing IF women the world over. Thoro Jg anothor sldo of tho scrub-cotimes that I would dy in olthor caso. If rubbed In thor ou my stomach and cheat all tho timo. ho said, was similar to that ot tho u cow a natural Is Arc You Equipped to Win? question. noverbowellntjaln. Qilghly It eases pain, rolaxea tho mus-c!o- 3 ( felt mlsorablo. Kvory morsel ot present National Guard systom. I read of Lydia E. "To keep tho smallest numbor of or is It becauso bIio is getting scrub The New International provides and the patient can movo about food distressed mo. I could not rest Pinkham's Vegin uniform as a standing army, the means to success. It 13 on scrubby caro? Thoro aro thousands etable Compound trooly and comfortably. Price 25c, at ulght and felt tired and worn out men to havo tho largest numbor thorteacher, a universal queshut poor cows in farm herds today of nmt what it did for 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Ono bottlo ot ChamHold by all tho time. tion answerer. raho ready whon tho 'women passing Ohio County Drug Co. mt-)3that given a good ui berlain's Tablets cured ino and I havo oughly tralnod to If you seek efficiency and ad- - H through thoChnngu tion und proper care, would mako u m "si.- -s o. vanccmentwhynotmnkodaUy M slnco felt llko a differont person." m country calls, is tho plan," be said. of Life, so I told my prediction that there, will bo no "The uso of this vast fund of inform- - H profit. WIIiIIEIjM TO UKTUKN c'octor I would try is atlon? ns old as S5 Dlink Havn't hello soon began to it I in strength London, Jan. 2G A Berlin dis- soon you Why years, Ulank. working ' warn aispcstllenco. thoIt,timo, hi upon:? us 400,000 Vocabulary Terms. 3700 Pages, comes llku Still gtin for 6000 Illustrations. Colored I'Lues. No Dollars In Starvation. patch to tho Daily Mail undor Fri30.000 (.eoiJriinlilcal Subjects. U.OUS and tho annoying unawares and tho most democratic for tho samo people? own farm tho crops i sWWjHMBuNnfini day's dato says: lllographlcal tntrlvs. "A sonsational Grow on your Bvmntoms dis method for a nation llko ours is to bo Blank Yop; wlfo," mother-in-laRegular and EdHicra. tor which It is adapted and which appeared and your Vegetablo Compound special edition selling rapidly on tho propared. You can not massago and olght kids. If you havo a has mado mo a well, stronir woman so streets horo, maintains that tho Wrlteforspeo-imo- n tho markot domandu. away by flno rhotorlc the passions of paged, slnall farm near a good market you I do all my own housework. Ilacannot and his family intend to reillustrations, IS ..1 T ...!! Vnrnv. nations whoso methods and morals iunnu.lt ete, Iroc, a combination rUCUIIlIUUJIU liUlU U. T)ll... ,' turn to Gormauy as soon as tho na- UNIVKKSAL THAINIXft could have no hotter sot of rocket tablo compound wo wgniy ui women ADVICK OV GKS. WOOD aro ontlroly dlfforont from our own." tlrnn nnultrv and small trults. I dls- - passing through the Change of Li To.' tional assembly has glvon the country J laps U you His roforonco to "tho fino loaguo naina this IlENSoN, 131G S. Orchndfi a legal constitution." I havo loft sheop out ot tho covor paper, Topoka, Kas., Jan. 22 Calmly ot nations already existing between SJ count. Hy all moan3 Uoop a fow good St., Urbana, 111. G.&C. to "tho next war" MaJ. Gon. England, Kranco and America not Women who suffer from norvousnes, MERKIA.M Bhcop, tho number depending upon backache, headache "heat Hashes," Leonard Wood made a strong appeal wrltton in ink, but iu tho blood of CO- , tho size ot tho farm. In keeping all and "the blues" should try this famou Springfield, brought FOR FLETCHER'S bufore a Joint oosalon of tho Kttuuas common sacrifico" of llvo stock romembor mat uo root mid herb remedy, T.ydla E. 11: . kinds Legislature for rational do- man cor starved a dollar proflt into ham's Vegetsblo Ccmiwuhd. eight pounds of salt, thrco pounds of warm syrup (any good syrup can bo used, Bugar syrup may bo substituted,' two ounces ot thrco ounces of black pepper, and two ounces of red pepper. All tho nbovo ingredients should bo mixed together thoroughly. It will first lump up and darken. When tho lumps are smoother out, tho ingredients nro ready to rub in tho meat and should mako a coating over it. several years. Tho receipt follows: The syrup causes It to stick. Tho meat can bo put in a barrol or box or piled on the floor or table, homo-mad- o nnlt-petc- r, m r.i rpMfMi CASTORIA Genuine Castoria s44i . Mothers Know That 1 j Always liiiiiJELIIB! Bears the ni. 1 Wau Signature. of rh.r.rfninr-andRestContans- ! mm jf In at use For Over er fc! '. Thirty Years Donr-nrj- s CASTORIA one-fourt- ts Starck Pianos Fact EaaUat S200 r 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL n M riayer-riarma nd Player-Pian- , s, won 6F FORFINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Reublicart. fli'L miuulc mxc sol-dlo- rs Webster's Buf-fcr- or New International bo-lo- w der-Gyme- n, w SJv milk-produci- I 1 L w India-Pap- or Children Cry CASTORtA to-tlu- y hmwn ft ! t - 'f t i I t roft(i be put in operation tlinn Is now in effect. Ayes and nays being called tor. reOhio County Fiscal Court, Regular sulted as follows: II. F, IHce, Yes; Term, January 23rd, 1919. On motion of Esq. Q. 11. Ilrown, It W. C. n.tugherty, Yea; 0. V. Kowe, h ordered that tho question of voting Yes; Q. 11. Ilrown, Yen; B. C. n tax of The sum of Twenty (20) llhoads, Yes; Sam L. Stevens, Yes; cents on the Ono Hundred ($100. Q0) Kd Shown, alisent and W. S. Dean, ab Dollars worth of nil property subject sent. Motion carried ami so orderhy Inw to local taxation, under Section ed. MACK COOK. .1. 0. C. C. 157 n. of tho Constitution, for the Improvement nnd construction of tho State of Kentucky,) )Sct. Tnbllc ronds nnd bridges of the counCounty of Ohio. ) ty, be submitted to the voters of Ohio 1, V. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk of the County. Said tax to bo levied each Ohio County Court, do certify that year for five conscctutlvo years mediately following said election. the foregoing. Is a true copy of the Fiscal The taxes to be collected and account- order of the Ohio County upon a Court, calling an election, ed for by the Sheriff, at the same time r.ixl In the snmo manner and by the Twenty (20) Cent Road Tax, as aptame process, that ho collects taxes, pears of record, In Fiscal Cuort Orand an election Is hereby ordered to der Book, No. 8, paces 61S and 617. Chen under my hand, this 21th 1p held throughout Ohio County, In &I1 the voting precincts therein, on the day of January, 1919. W. C. I1LANKENSHIP. 8th., dny of March, 1919, upon tho Clerk Ohio County Court. proposition of whether or not a Pursuant to the foregoing order, property tax of Twenty (20) cents and by vlrture of tho power vested s on each One Hundred ($100.00) worth of property In Ohio Coun- in me as sheriff of Ohio County, ty, shall bo levied for five (G) con- Kentucky, I hereby cause the aforesecutive years next immediately fol said order to bo published as required lowing said election. Including tho by law, and further direct and shnll year 1919, for tho purpose of improv cause the various otllcers whose duty hurry-u- p ing and constructing, either or both, it is, to open a poll In each of the votthe roads and bridges of tho County. ing places within the county of Ohio Said election to bo advertised, held on Saturday tho Sth day of March, and conducted in tho manner and ac- 1919, to take the sense of tho qualicording to the several provisions anil fied voters upon the question as set icqulrements of the laws of the Com- out in the above and foregoing men monwealth of Kentucky, now in force tioned order Witness my hand, this the 27th governing such elections and under the general election laws of the Com- day of January, 1919. s. a. im.vrciittu, monwealth of Kentucky, where same Sheriff. Ohio County. rolnto and apply to elections held to determine the abovo question, and no A RARE BARGAIN. amount of money, in excess of the amount that can bo raised by the levy in any one year shall bo expended in A Combination of Leadthat year. S. A. Bratcher. Sheriff of Ohio ing Periodicals.that'may be County, Ky is hereby appointed, orwith Pleasure, 'and dered and directed to advertise the Read time and purpose of the election and wont bv every Member of the amount of taxes to bo levied each your Family. year and tho number of years for HERE IS OUR OFFER: which it is to bo levied and collectcll sit) aforesaid, newspaper pubThe Hartford Republican, lished in Ohio County, having the Farm and Firesidp, Jj;rgest circulation for thirty (30) Woman's World, days before the said elections and the Bald Sheriff will causo a poll to be Cincinnati Weekly Enopened In each and all tho precincts FOUR ONE In a'nd throughout Ohio County, on quirer, ALL the named date, as the law hi such YEAR ONLY $2.30. cases directs, and he may advertise Prices are still advancing Qitlit nlnntlnn ln Imvlni. n rntnf,l topy of this order published, as above and we cannot' guarantee this directed, and V. C. Ulankonship. offer Very long. BETTER uiiTK in ine umo uoumy uourt, is ADVANTAGE NOW BEADS ODDLY STRUNG tl,i3 tln, in Louisville ordered and directed to furnish said TAKE Sheriff with a certified copy of this and save the difference. AdIt's no troublo to feel good when order, as it appears upon the Order dress, (Ily. 1. 1). Claire.) you work hard and keep your Honk. In time for paid publication. I've been tolcrablo trlflln'. but I conscience clear. I often tell Tinn-le- y Hartford Republican, The said Sheriff and County Clerk that when ho complains of feel- uro further ordered and directed to Hartford Ky. never did fiddle, fish nir fox hunt. bad, but he won't pay any 'tcntlon &u and perform each and overythiug required under the laws of tho ComThe President made a hit in En-- , l0 " sov ItRAfr SKK1. rope, hut the hit 'pears to a bin the monwealth of Kentucky, in advertisCKSTKHTOW.V. ing and conducting such election nnd Hfberlandt and Soqty Varieties", biggest when he first got over there Miss Mario Pate spent from I u the preservation of the ballots and the beans for this section. Highly until Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. the canvassing and fortification of tho recommended for hogging down, by Its worst enemy will have to Nannio Hoekor. vote's and said election Is directed to Kentucky Kx'perlment Station. Will that January didn't turn tho cold Mr. J. F. b: held in all respects as required by yield from 15 to 25 bushols'per acre shoulder to tho fellow with the emp- last Friday. Koss went to Island, Ky., lnw governing such elections. iu addition to 1 to 3 toim of hay. ty coal house. Mr. J. II. Oglcsby wus found dead It Is ordered that It is the sense Trices $1.00 per bushel. F. O. 11 at his home hero Friday, Jan. 21th. of this court, in the event said elcc- - JUags frco on- 2 bu. or over, less than I see advertisements of Institutes His remains wero laid to rest Sattion results in favor of the levy nnd 2 bu. 25 ocntH extra. (or curin' tho liquor habit and the urday p. in. at Waltons Creek. , raJlcction of such tax, as aforesaid, OHIO COUNTY nHAN AND PEA tobneker habit, but if 1 hear of ono Mr. Leslie Murphy, who is working the. money thereby derived shall bo so GUOWKItS ASSOqtATION. for tho curln' of the fishiu habit I'm at West Point, vrslted his fnmily linittqrd. Ky. .i goln' to have them treat Tinsley. . used and apportioned, as that In each Saturday night nnd Sunday. Magisterial District of tho county Prof. Hoy Fororaan and family horo shall be used tho sum derived, PAIJlVlIiW. Somebody orter a told Darrel spent the week end with Mr. nnd k aforesaid, Jn such district, for imThe boy alnt had no ex- Mrs. Frod Miller, of Goshen. proving and constructing either or Mr. Elton Wilson has ,een musterperience iu such things, and he's a Mr. Alva Callaway purchased a both, tho roads nnd bridges therein, ed out of tho military service, and buyin' a lot o' furniture ho won't f&rm from Mr. J. F, Ross last week. L'Oin said (ax, though this shall not reached home Sunday. never need just a batchin'. Vimou moved bore Mr. Wlliain Mr, Joo Westerfiold has sold his In any way restrict or impair tho from LIvcrmoro lajt week. of other lawful funds In farm to Mr. Frank Landrum, considHartford shore Is a "Nine o'clock" , wich respective Magisterial District, eration 50,000, ion ham-:town. From thut hour on till midMr. J. W. Daniel is at tho bcd3ido night me for fcald purposes, just as funds aro Lot and two story brick storehouse, and Leo Slmmermun has It now and have heretofore been used, of his daughter, Mrs. Clyde Magan, all to ourselves, 'copt when Fleldercr good condition and most desirable, loso far as huch funds may bo neces- - near Narrows, who 1? 1J1 of influ- cation. Address Ilox 321, Hartford, bus the nary and available and In the manner onza. 21tf. or apply at this office. IJol-lar- (provided Fiscal Court Calls Road Tax Election JnB tue by law, and that a more ada- - The Great Loom-En- d Sale Closes Saturday Night February 1st. left for bargain selling. This is a call, and the last call for those who appreciate the importance of saving all they can in making their nec, essary purchases. The bargain list, as far as possible, will be kept full up to the Jast hour of the sale. As fast as lots are exhausted and can't be replaced, others will be made to take their places as near as possible. Hundreds of busy workers have been diligently picking out from our immense collection of bargains the items best suited to their family use. Lots more work can be done in the short time There will be no relaxation in our efforts, and every visitor is assured a real bargain feast no matter when you come. in-th- E. P. BARNES (& BRO. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. i i vT .In' I ... "The House That Service Built" Sen-ic- e to-da- y - is the most important word in business to test ours is to find out that we are ready to take care of any reasonable want at the yeiy lowest market prices. We stand the test. Sul-leng- tr. . wlde-a-wake- s. 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-THIR- D 1 (fjp US Board Of Health Order. At a meeting of the Ohio county Board of Health, held at the office of the Judge of the County Court, January, 29, 1919, on motion of Dr. J. W. Taylor, seconded by Dr. J. O. McKinney, it was ordered, by unanimous vote of tfie board, a quorum being present, that all of Ohio county b?f and it is, put under ban for prevention of the spread of influenza. There shall be no congregating at churches, schools, courts, stores, postoff ices, hotel lobbies, shows, or other places of business or amusement, or at funerals, public or advertised sales at stores, or public meetings of any kind, private parties or entertainments with more than four persons present. Barber shops, stores and other places of business must be ventilated. Persons must not loaf at such places for any length of time at all, but must attend to their business and move out at once. Town authorities, school boards, postmasters, merchants, managers of business, town marshalls, constables, magistrates, the sheriff and his deputies and all other officials, and physicians are hereby ordered and directed to do all and everything within their respective powers to carry out this order. This order shall be effective from and after thi3 date until the further order of this hoards and in any event until April 1, 1919. OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. Cleaning 01T the right of way by the land owners adis reEverybody is suggestln' what to do joining public roads with tho Kaiuor. Why not muzzlo quired by the law of the and chain him and let llryan carry III tit along as a sidn show on lih State. Ohatauqua lectures? Out of a spirit of fairness to the people we have held Jim Ham Whiskers Lowls tolls us up the enforcement of this .ovorybody orter stand by tho pints. Hut that's law. First, foul teen to enable the what Woodrow tola us u few days people to save their crops at tho 'lection. a critical time, and then on Miss Slmmorman has a heap of account of the serious epitroublo with Loo. It tak03 her two hours to git him to go to bed at demic of influenza. Most night nnd threo to git him up In the of the people have complied nornln'. with this law already. The By It don't look llko tho government rest must do so now. prohibinrtor adopted February 15th, is sufficient tion just when uo many laborers air Therefore, let it be out of Jobs. What can tho poor pro- time. fessional prohibitionists turn to now done within that time withto iimko an honest Uvlu'? out further notice or trouble. This January 8, 1919. If the Democrats air utmln' to governorship from Ed Marstoal the Ohio County Fiscal Court. row ugln thoy will havo to do it in MACK COOK, Judge. Logan county or Ualloy's Mill preA. D. KIRK, Co. Attorney. cinct, Iu Franklin. Thoy ouu't do it We havo often wondered if the rousou that Undo Sam didn't send thu married men to war waj 'causo lie know'od thoy wus already in it up to their eyes. THE LAVOF ROADS. A good dress Gingham 28-inc- .;" ... Prcsl-dont- 's bo-t- ur .'.V Light Percal Dark Percal . L L one yard wide Brown Cotton Ono 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. h 28-in- ch '. 9-- 25c 20c 25c i8c 20c 60c 65 70c . J ,25c 3qc 25c 30c 40c natlon-wld- o Carson jSLnd. .Jttj..r . iffl n gJM, L Hartford, Ky. Co. 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