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COUNTY Jfortfrari DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ftejwtJblkau Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 32 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. in"ui I.i-ona dUR MEANEST FRIEND argument ot tho Board ot Health was KICK ON TIIK II AN. $4,430; No. dogs 43; No. horses 133, averago value, $90; No. mules 103, that it was impractical to release DEATii KNELL OF limited areas of the county nnd mainaverngo valuo $104. It Is not our custom to publish In putting tho Influenza ban on tho Narrows No. nutos 5, nverago cntiro county tho county board of letters received from our patrons, but tain It in tho remainder. Tho arguRAWDY HOUSES OVER TEN MILLION 540; No, dogs 56; No. horses 141, health is coming In for n kick from Jnck Foreman says, so many things ment appeared to bo pretty strong for averngo vnluo $82; No. mules 160, thoso parts of tho county where the nbout us that wo aro going to let fly both positions, but ns the Hoard had tho last say tho ban stays on. nvorago vnluo $103. ono of his just to show fires have Injunction Suits Are Filed .Some Precinct Figures Of Hnlph No. nutos 1, vnluo$400; fluProf. Wnrrcnburned out.nnd Messrs. he can bo when ho gets hishow mean head set. Peyton THE FLU SITUATION. vnluo of 11. & K. F. $5,020; No. dogs Olllo Wilson, R. U. Whlttlnghlll nnd Jack and his good wife early In tho Against Keepers Ohio County Values 56; No. horses 136, averago value Jnke Wilson came down from Fords-vlll- fall went to Hazard, away up In the Of Resorts Given Inlluonza conditions In Hartford $82; No. mules 148, average valuo, Monday and asked a release of Kentucky mountains, a town whero aro very much Improved. Only ono $110. F their town, claiming there wns not a tho flrstj story of a houso has one No. autos 2, nvernge case ot flu in tho Fordsvllle school room, the second story two nnd so new case hns developed In tho past Prentiss The death knell of "The Line." a Details for tlio Enht unit West vnluo $300; valuo of II. & K. F. district Dr. Park and others caino on up to the sky. You see ns they wook, anu tnose wno nave it arc North Mulberry street in Owensboro ,No. dogs 59; No. horses 176, Hertford, Decla ami Sulphur Springs with tho claim that climb tho mountain they can extend getting along nicely. Out In the is called, In from 'itockport has Dcen sounded. la 5 precincts not readily attainable, anil averngo valuo $87; No. mules thoso who had not died of the disease the building another room back. country tho situation Is 'worse than nights the red lights will be ex, average vnluo $97. ife begin with Magnn. community, had had it, and When he got away out on the front- It Avas last week. There are somo tinguished in that for all time, the jingle ot Mngan No. autos 1, vnluo $65TT Herbert No. nutos 3, average they could see no reason for includ- iers of the world ho got hungry to cases In almost every neighborhood, appears to bo more prevalent the pianos will be stilled and the in11 & K F. $5,480; No. dogs 71; No. valuo $333; vnluo of H. & K. F. $5,- ing the port of Itockport In tho block- know what was doing In Hartford, and it horses HI, nvorago value $82; No. ;020; Np. dogs 43; No. horses 135, ade. Hut to nil the arguments, ap- and ho knew how to got It but was about Sunnydale, Dundee and tho habitants of the residences In that section will have 'migrated to other Invorngo vnluo $83; No. ules 76, aver.mules 129, nvorago vnluo $97. peals, pleas and entreaties of tho sup too (lurn stubborn to take tho Re- north Bide of Rough river. It Is en- fields. Not only will the Immoral couraging to learn that comparatively Cromwell No. autos 3, value each age vnluu $92. plicants the hoard turned a deaf ear. publican until ho wns starved to it. resorts on North Mulberry street be few deaths are resulting. 11. fc K. F. $8,790; No. dogs j No. autos nono; valuo of Arnold $430'. Folks living in communities where Jack says he Is not a Democrat, but closed, but similar action will be takm 74, No horses 217, ngcriigo value II. & K. F. $3,755; No. dogs 48; No. thero is no Hit arc mad, mad as wet a reconstructed Rebel, and it the en in othor sections of Owensboro. THE TOBACCO MARKET. No. mules 172, average value horses 112, average valuo $89; No. hens. $80, One Irate citizen said his com- word Federal wns In his bible he Five keepers of resort3 on Mulbermules 104, average vnluo $95. $72 would tear the page out. Hut with all munity ought at least be accorded the Sales on the Owensboro loose leaf ry strcot have been caught firmly Coolsprlngs No. nutos 5, average Hender No. autos 10, nverage privilege granted Hartford; that of that he Is a dickens ot n clever felby the teeth of the 1918 statute, valuo $350; Value II. & 1C. F. $5,015; value $309; valuo of II. & K. F. waiting until everybody in town took low. Sometime ago we published an market Wednesday were light, and something; possible that they did not No. dogs 24; No. horses 27, the ilu bofore the ban was put on. No. dogs 56; No. horses 167, avorago excerpt from a lettor he Wroto n the tobacco, largely from Hancock realize was in effect. valuo $80; No. mules 171), average avorago vnluo $75; No. mules 5, There Is nothing to which we arc friend hero in regard to tho Repub- and Ohio counties, was of low qualiAt the last term of the criminal nvernge vnluu $32. value $97. put him on our mail- ty. willing to plead so much ignorance lican. We then Field Brothers sold 17,715 pounds court, Mabel Carr, Cora LaVanl, S, average ns to tho matter of No. Simmons No. autos autos 7, North Itockport tho llu ban. Wo ing list, and it ho has not been getting c, average value $389; value of H. & K. valuo $431; vnluo of II. & K. F. $4,- - do not even have an opinion about tho paper It Is the fault of his Demo- for $2,736.27 at an average of $15.44. Sarah L. Thomas, alias Minnie Edna Hell and Jessie Wester-fiel- d, houses sold dogs 23; No. horses 31, it, nor have we heard one expressed cratic mall service. Glad he missed Tho West Ninth-streF $7,935; No. cloga fi4; No. horses 080; No. entered pleas of guilty to the 111, avoragu valuo $80; No. mules nvernge vnluo $90; No. mules 30, for which we had much respect If a few issues. He deserved to be 30,470 for $5,189.50 that averaged $17.03. The Electric houso disposed charge of maintaining a nuisance by nverago vnluo $77. C8, nverago valuo $71. tho ban will save ono life we are for punished for saying moan things A Hno 4of 12,915 pounds for $2,149.41 that operating Immoral houses. 7, No. autos South Itockport it, but If it will serve only to pro- about good men. Hero is his con- averaged and costs was assessed agaiqst tho $16.64. & K. OHIO COUNTV FARMERS average valuo $:iS5; value ot II. long the stay of the disease in the fession that he was driven to the In tho Eastern division, the Lan- women. This was a self admitted TO BUY BREEDING STOCK county perhaps It would be best to wall. V. IS.SOO; No dogs SS, No. horses 19C caster house had the largest sale ot fact that they were guilty of tho ofaverage value $S0; mules 171 average Hazard, Ky Jan. 4. 1919 let It run Its course and be done with tho day, totaling 100,140 pounds for fense charged In the Indictment, and A number of enterprising Ohio it. Other communities Taluo $93. are poor Dear Tom and Tins: I had about now there Is no escape from the-rigiNo. autos 4, nverago value county farmers, with county agent guides to go by. Some ot them have convinced Mrs. P. that you two black $15,117.54 at an average of $15.12. Select The- -' Tho Daviess County houso sold 65,-2- provisions of tho now law. $360; value II. & K. F. $4,165; No. Ilrowdor, went to Hopklnsvllle tho put on bans and some have not, and republicans were my friends. We pounds for $10,692.86, that women were beaten at their own dogs 64; No. horses 110, nverago first of tho week to look over a herd tho result In tho3o thnt havo are un- got two or three copies of your much game, and Commonwealth's Attorney valuo $S3; No. mules 107, average of thoroughbred cattle, with a view to certain. Opinion Is freoly expressed despised paper, but wo didn't get one averaged $16.38. At the Equity purehaslng breeding stock. The con- by physicians and laymen and wo Tuesday nor today so she said "It Home the sale totaled 13,265 pounds Smith held tho "joker" up his sleeve, vnluo $93. The average without ovon mentioning the fact to No autos 1, valuo templated purchase involves a num- see little room for choice between Is Just ns I told you, a black Repub- that brought $2,098.80 Horse llranch $200; vuluo ot II.' & K. F. $7.C70; ber of Polled Durham cattle, the best tho opinions of the two that tho lican has to bo paid If ho works." So was $15.75 that w'lth the top prico his closest friends. On Saturday Commonwealth's At50; No. horevs 195, average combination milk nnd'bcof strain of epidemic may recur at periodic in- you will find enclosed her check for at $28.50. Tho total sales for Inst week, and torney Claude Smith and County Atvaluo $84; No. mules 101, average cattle In tho country. Immediate tervals for a yoar or two yet; and If $1.50, ho I hope wo won't miss any torney Herman BIrkhead, acting for those of the season follow: purchase yim not made, but It Is such is to occur bans will prove a more copies. vnluo $74. I tho commonwealth ot Kentucky, filed Pryor Sales For Week. Hoslne No. autoR 1, valuo $200; probublo a number of tho herd will poor remedy. If a real ban, one that I told Mrs. Foreman the flu was to Field Bros, sold 119.S25 pounds Injunction suits in tho Daviess circuit bought soon. Those accompnuing would isolate affected porsons and blame, but sho knows what is what. Vnluo of II. & K. F. $10,205; No. bo court against tho proprietors ot tho for $33,740.56. Avr. $16.88. ' lrrs lOJj No horses 206, averago Mr. Hrowder were: llonry Plrtlo and thoso coming in contact with them, Give my regards to Duko et als. Lancaster sold 500,180 pounds for alleged Immoral resorts asking for 1G6, average Will Ithoads, Hartford; Albert Chlnn, valuo $100; No, mules 3b - Your Rebel Friend, for a protective period wo should not an order ot abatement. The de$79,762.65. Average 15.9G. Mitchell Koudcr and J. A. Caldwell, hesltutc to favor It. But to close valuo $108 " L. P. FOREMAN. Owonsboro sold 1,127,130 pounds. fendants are Mabel Carr. Minnie At- Heaver Dam No. autos 16, Heaver Dam; J. K. Mitchell, Dundee only the schools and churches and put Kust drldgc, Edna Boll, Dave and Edith Avr SlCfid averngo vnluo $3G0; Vnluo of H. & K. (nnd Erk Fulkerson, Matanzas. JANUARY A PEACH. no workable restrictions on ordinary Daviess county sold 519.095 pounds .King, owners of the property In which K $13,175; No. dogs 56; No. horses congregating is of doubtful expedientho resorts aro kept, Jessie Wester-fiel-d for $S7,846.98. Avorago $16.93. WATER WITCH WOltK. 240, nvorago vnluo $85; No. mules cy. For moderate tomperaturo and and Cora LaVardc. Equity Homo sold 285,905 pounds 116 averngo vnluo $102. Tho only thing cortalnly known iiours of .sunshine January excelled The action was taken under the infor $45,061.94. Average $15.76. Mr John Undo John llllcy and West Heaver Ham No nutos 24, about influenza is that nothing of conof the Electric sold. 210,275 pounds for junction and abatement law that was average vnluo $340; No. dogs 36; Dell, door neighbors of ours, and sequence Is known. It appears to be all Janunries In the memories fortu-nnt- o (passed by tho last legislature. It Is mighty good men, ns their first names an infectious, contngcous and epi- "oldest Inhabitants." Thoso 11. & K. F. $14,750; $36, 956. SO. Averago $17.09. No. Value of enough to go to Florida for the Total for 2,868,885 pounds for one of the most drastic laws ot the horses US, nverago vnluo $82; No. would naturally indicate, decided to demic disease. Preventive and curakind over enacted in Kentucky. In Averago $16.44. dig a partnership well on the line tive treatment continue 'to bo mat- winter were unfortunato enough to $471.7SS.63. mules 115, avorago valuo $75. waste the expense of the trip and the tho next tew days tho attorneys for Pryor Sales For Season. Mcllnnry No. autos 20, nvorago between their lots. These Johns ters ot individual opinion with the cost of tho stay. Tho pessimist In Field Bros, sold 1,547,700 pounds the commonwealth will ask Judge valuo of II. & K. F. $7,900 ;No dogs very wisely decided to got a high class profession, and tho best wo may do Is sists that February and March will for $236,914.74. Slack for a temporary injunction Average $15.31 108; No. horses 91, average value water witch to locate, by tho time to keep tho windows open day and inako up for it, but supposo they do. Lancaster sold 5,469,885 pounds against the defendants. It this is" No. mules 67, avorago value honored nnd world tested method ot night and trust the rest to luck and $84; Why pull tho hill before wo get to it? for $797,S58.09. Average $14.60 j granted an early date will be sot for the peach troo forked twig, tho place Providence $91. Tho farmers havo taken advantage Owonsboro sold 8,289,170 pounds hearing pf a permanent Injunction. No. nutos 11, average and depth of the vein. And, ns any Contertown o- ot the fino weather, havo sowod plant for $1,295,998.93. Average $16.08. The new law requires that the vnluc $390; value of H. & K. F. $14.-2G- other John worthy of tho name would MRS. HAITI' WILLIAMS DEAD beds, ploughed tho fields, and can 2,327,375 commonwealth's or county attorney Equity Homo sold No. dogs 82; No. horsos 273, do, selectod a trusty "John" to do the afford a Httlo sovoro weather later on. pounds for $344,317.24. Averagce tako action when any one has been avorago vnluo $83; No. mules 1S8, wntur witching. John Glenn, locah Mrs. Hatty Cecil Williams died at mm found guilty of conducting an immorly nnd lovingly called "Old Timor," averngo vnluo $95. $14.79. the residence of Mr. A. A. Wlllams, DEMOCRATIC ROW BREWING Electric sold 1.G02.400 pounds for al resort. It also glvos a citizen the Smnllhouso No. autos 6, nvorago Is famed throughout Rough rlvor val- In OWensboro, Sunday, atteV a ten right i.o institute the proceedings. ley as the surest, cortalnest and. most days $240,228.24. Average $15. valuo $315; valuo of H. & K. F. attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Wil and For weeks tho Courier-JournAt the last term ot court tho above witch, living or dead, Total for 22,855,185 pounds for No. dogs 4.".; No. horses 138, rollnble water liams was a granddaughter of George scontlng a fourth named defendants entered pleas of average valuo $80; No, mules 84, and It was he upon whom tho C. Wedding, deceased, who was for Times have been $3,432,305.69. Avoruge $15.01. cnudhlate for tho Democratic, nomiguilty and woro fined. Thcrp wcro In duo many years a Hurley Hales For Season avorago valuo $92. other Johns called. member of tho Hart- nation for governor. Blacic, Cherry manner solemn In nnd No. autos 4, aver tlmo Fiold Bros, sold 19,425 pounds for othor women In othor sections of tho Hast Fordsvllle ford liar. Her remains woro taken to and Carroll were announced candicity who also entered pleas of guilty- appeared upon tho Average $10.14. age vnluo $400; valuo II. &. K. F. "Old Timor" Cecelia Monday for interrment. The way $3,129.C8. not 9. V.040; No. dogs 97; No. horses 182, nppolntod spot, gravoly porchod Owensboro Inquirer Bays Mrs. Wil- dates, but theso did why In somogroat Lancaster sold 293,875 pounds for and ngalnst whom similar thosa ings will bo taken, it was announced. V. 'ngo valuo $80; No. mules 177, hlmsolf upon Averago $21.35. the Johns' division liams was n beautiful nnd attractive fill tho bill. Just 5. In tho Injunction suits filed fonso, nnd llko n soldier sentinel on young woman and a social favorite Democratic papors wera constantly Owonsboro sold 1,127,130.02. Avr. era go ?iuu. hinting at a fourth entiy into the day the abatomont of the nuisances Averago $23,06. No. autos 8, post, waited for tho slow action of tho Itt Owonsboro. Fordsvllle West race was nof fully apparent to the 'orago valuo $355; valuo of II. & underground current of water to County sold 211,025 aro a3ked and tho closing of tho Daviess a unlnlntiated until the Democratic pnw pounds for $39,232.86. Average $18.- - property in which tho alleged ira-5- 0, F. $10,475; No. dogs 53; No. inovo tho switch. In due time tho MRS. HARNETT DEAD. Monday night. wow In Louisville I moral resorts aro loerfted, Is asked horses 179, averago valuo $75; No. slow but sure action ot tho quonch Now tho cat Is out of tho bag. Only thirsting stream, hidden In tho secrot mules 1S8, avorago vnluo $93. Electric sold 7,110 pounds for for ono yoar. It tho injunction. 13 A letter recently received horo by by tho granted, tho law requ!ro3 that all ot Average $38.38. Aotnnvlllo No, nutos 12, averago recesses of tho oarth, mightily moved relatives, tolls ot tho death ot Mrs. Beckham adherents, headed $G79.45. Instruments tho forked peach tree bough, nnd with ....... J..fi... . T)n vrr t rMn.f master mechanic of tho BockliP.m Equality Homo sold 18C.8G5 the furnlturo, musical valuo $350; vnluo of H. & K. F. ' Percy Haloy, wore proaont, pounds Avorago and fixtures in tho houso be romov- No. dogs 45; No, horses 8G, tho cortalnty ot tho noodlo pointing, for $32,334.33. Jan-t- o ab her homo in Logan, Ohio, on . and It 13 plain now .that Senator 517,30, icd ana sold oy tno snorm. tho .. .. avorago vnluo $81; No. mules 10S, tho polo Indicated tho placo and! . depth. ot tho vein. Tho dlo was cast. to apoplexy, following n few months Beckham's favorlto Is not yet a the avorago vnluo $111. Total Burloy sales, 894,145 pounds house is tnea to no cioseu ror one Perhaps Black, Cherry and tor $175,102.13. Avorago $19.58. lyear. A violation ot tho injunction Shrove No. nutos 3, avorago value Tho Johns at onco put a forco ot men ot falling health, thought to havo raco. ot II. & K. F. $3,950; to work to vindicate "Old Timor" and boon causod by tho shocking news ot Carroll savor too much of Stanley or Total Prvor and Burlov sales. 23.- -' calls tor a fine of from $200 to $1,- $450; valuo pooplo, but at any rato noltucr of 749,380 pounds for $3,007,007.82. 000 and Imprisonment in Jail for No. dogs 00; No. horses 117, nvorago the forked stick. Wo havo no doubt tho death ot her son, Clinton, on a tho ploases Beckham This new General averago $15.90. from, three to six months, or both. valuo $60; No. mules 145, avorago tho vindication will come In good battloflold In Franco, last fall. Mrs. them movement is seoklng to bring the Tho proceeds derived from tho salo o time, us other wolla In tho neighbor vnluo $85. Barnott would havo boon 72 yoars ot race, of tho personal property shall, go to Olnton No. nutos 2, avorago valuo hood showed water at about tho dopth ago had sho' lived a tow day3 longor. prcstlgo ot a soldier into the nnd Major Donhardt. of Bowling OWENSBORO MINISTERS pay tho costs of the action. It any ot $160; valuo ot II. & K. F. $5,290; "Ohl Timer" indicated for our neigh- Sho was a worthy oxamplo of a noblo, JUST COMPLIMENT PAY Green, now In "Franco, It Is roporteU tho funds are left aftor tho salo ot 41; No. horses 104, nvorago bors, tho Johns. No. doss christian womanhood. Is being urged by wlro to savo the tho property they aro to bo turned valuo $80; No. mules 132, uvorugo Owonsboro, Ky., oBortiham machine. At any rnto tho GOES UP IN SMOKE. ( over to tho defendants. $92. valuo Fob. 3, 1919. from DOCTOR AND UNDERTAKER Domcoratio mix up look3 go-iIt tho defendants deslro to secure Uuford No. nutos 8, avorago valuo HAVE A FALLING OUT tho Republican's point ot tew and Mr. Claudo Smith, tho release ot tho property from the There woro two small tiros in tho $300; valuo ot II. & K. P. $7,350; Commonwealth's Attornoy, and 3'iiuos with tho Courier-Journ- al order ot aba'oment, It will bo necesNo. dogs 02; No. horsoa 163, avorago county during tho wool:. Mr. Habo Owonsboro, Ky. It loikr. 11 uo living on tho Hartford nndi Dr. Ford and Undertaker Blrk- - backing tho sary for thorn to oxecuto a valuo $88; No. initios 139, average Collln3. Dear Sir: At a meeting of tho by the court, to tho effect that Beavor Dam plko, lost sovon or eight (hoad aro at outs, and tho public la scrambling tho Democratic cg4 valuo $100. Association tho property will not ho uacd for ImOwonsboro Ministerial Tho a buggy (profiting by thoir differences. Hartlott No. nutos 4, average hundred bushels of corn nnd C hold today it was uuanlmously voted moral purposes. All costs ot says that for a number ot l'ORDSVILLE PERSISTENT. valuo $187; valuo of II. & K. P. $9.- -, when his crib burnod about o'clock! Doctor that a lettor bo sont you, expressing must bo paid by tho defendyostorday morning. Mr. Collins was yoara bo has beon perhaps tho prlu-nsloD50; No. dogs 102; No. horses 247, Representatives ot tho Fordsvlllo our commendation and approval of ants, Including tho fees for tho contributor to tho Undertaker's ami unaware of tho firo No. mules 229, avorago valuo $81; looking toward I for tho plaintiff. til awakened by tho mall carrier, prosperity and had waited with somo Graded school appeared beforo the your courso ot action .averago valuo $99. tho'impatlonce for BIrk to como across Board of Health again horo Wednes- the treeing of our city from Immoral Immunity from prosecution is given nverago who happenod to bo passing at 13, nutos Hoflln No. a fair commission, but had at! day with an nppoal for lifting the resorts. to any witness who testifies in tho valuo $323; valuo of II. & K. F. $6,- -; tlmo, but tho fire was discovered too with This- Association stands squaroly j,roceodnB3 Wn linrKnn 144.) Into to savo any of tho contonts ot last arrived at tho conclusion that flu ban in. that district, but tho Board Kin .lnirii r.1 -. -- -i.nrn. "" " ' no clow BIrk had finally and forovor detormln-- ) paid "Nay, Nay, it Is on tq stay." behind you in tms anu an similar is ivoraso vnluo $83; No. muios iij, tho crib nnd shed. Thoro is MARRIAGE LICENSE. od to hog nil tho profits ot tho busl-- : Prof. Warren Peyton, Dr. Denton and sues, and believes you also havo tho to tho orlcln ot tho tiro. average valuo $105. of all Floyd Davonport 18, Echols, to Mr. John Mason, ot Fordsvlllo, lost ncss", and that ho went, to work with Rov. R. L. Brandenburg were tho support nnd approval Corulyo No. nutos nono; valuo of! g citizens. and Agnus Hedges 16, Beaver Dam. to cut tho Undertaker's pro-- i representatives. Tho position ot tho JL & 1C. F. $4,030; No. dogs 38; No. hh meat houso, with a qunntlty ot.a will curing his pationta, nnd Respectfully. Darrol Sullenger 26, Hartford, to that Fordsvlllo people was that as thern NO. moat and othor property stored in ' fitn by 07 nvnrnirn v:ilnn $71: Clara Robertson 20, Hartford. Owonsboro Mlnlatorlal Assoc. tho bulldlDK. by tiro a tow days ngo. hu had not furnished BIrk any busl- - was not a caso ot tho flu in tho school .jfiulpa 34, avotogo vuluo, $65. Marvin Poroman 24, Narrows, to HORACE KINaSHURY, PRES. Tho building caught from a tiro used nesa for somo tlmo. Doc says self- -, district they should not bo required Point Pleasant No. nutos 7, Nellie Penu' 21, Dundee. W. C. BOON, SECY. to lujp the school closed, and tho sometimes ovorloaps itself. Isbuesa vnluo of II. & K. P. for stnokluc the moat. ASSESSMENT cr $6,-09- 5; w $4.-56- 0; Ald-ridg- ! et 80 No-dog- s t I 0; $5,-45- 0; al procoed-$59,1G8.2- Satur-$34,812.9- ; i:in-chlu- o, $5.-2S- 5; .... -- -- L row-ralso- rs bond-approve- tho-action- s op un-jcl- eys - --- law-abidi- ng aod-toarlu- I ; LABOR PROBLEM LOOMS LARGE number had been reduced to probably MISS 1,000,000. "Tho United Stntca Is likely to have, even with Industrial activity, In tho neighborhood of a million unemployed duo partly to tho fact that we havo tho highest Ideals existing anywhere, and when surrounding nro not equal to the Ideals, there Is a condition of unrest. A RANKIN SEEKS NEW JOB Unemployment Of Labor Is . Worrying Government Officials Congrcsswoman Has Problem For G. O. P. Leaders To Solve. Go to the Peace Conference With The Louisville Herald Pe now in he f the war, is breaking rijrht followed Fam-t-war news, pai ftjfSwter vm the breathlessly You who so y aiUnB to leart United States became a participant, are now eaer The biWcst news event the world has over seen fcepUn Dreadful Cough Cured. . pcvcro cough Is often followed by Washington, Feb. 1, MLss Jcan-nctt- c Doforo n a rough cough for which Cliainbor-laln'- rt .10. Washington, Jn. Hnnkin has passed up a lemon What is to be the fate of the vandals wno sev uic Cough Remedy has proven esjoint session of tho Senate and House and a very sour lemon at that to Mrs, P. V. Olson. pecially valuable, Committees on Labor, Secretary of Marysville. Mo., writes: "About two the Republican lenders In Congress. News Her candidacy for tho soft nnd lux,J,abor Wilson today expressed his years ago my little boy, Jean, caught These The job nlew on how tho problem of unetn-tiloye- d n severe cold and coughed dreadfully urious manyof clerk of the House, on i' . an ambitious and hardwhich labor In the Unlte'd States for days. I tried a number of cough working Hopubltcan ltebert L. Owon, U. S. Senator from Oklahoma. has his eye, is any t- Gujrlielmo Ferraro, famous Italian Historian. might le solved. He was asked to medicines but nothing did him good until I gave him Chamberlain's what has caused the flurry. Socialist. Albert Thomas, noted French d ,, answer theso questions: ,, it might seem easy to dis.1.. .. ..IvUUKU uvull'll. i. ,unv,..i i,u Justin McGrath, editor San Francisco Examiner. How many men are out of, ugh r,Rht awayi aU(, ,,L,fore ho had pose of Miss Rankin's candidacy by First James J. Montague, noted political writer. V. 'finished taklug one bottlo ho fas simply Ignoring it or combining the .work? Naboth Hedin, Paris correspondent Brooklyn Encle. . ..... votes of the men who believe In male . . .. , Second Whnt is tho government v-- ; Williams, White House correspondent. Jay Jerome doing about 117 m domination against her, but, on secni.lldren." Robert Welles Ritchie, noted special writer. ond thought It Is not as easy as It , Third What can uongress iuu The above writers comprise one of the jrreatest affjrrefratlons ol taieni Is n considerable lltKMOVKH l'KOKIT LIMIT OX.KOOI) seems. "I think there tver Uforo gotten toeether, and no other Kentucky newspaper will nav Thu difficulty is that the Republiimnniit nf hvsterla concerning tho their services. organization Is making problem of reconstruction." said tho WaahlnBtonf Jan. 31. Romoral of can national In addition, all of the news of the world will be repotted through th " We are la almost thc secretary. profll a particular effort to attract the supreatrcUnn8 on marBlna of Associated Press, to which The Herald is a subscrilwr, and last but not same kind of atmosphere as we were. f0O(,stuffSi excopt cottonaeu,i pro-i- n port of a woman of the country to least, the Louisville Herald has arranged to have the exclusive war. K at tho time we entered tho am, ogR8 aU(, canceUation o( the Republican party. Recently a Al that tlmo there was a fear that we t 1ccnwj rtl(llllremcnt3 0 lln,ort. special woman's department of the were not able to meet the situation The t(). Republican national committee was News nnd (Ustrll)Utors effecUv0 confronting us. 'morrow, were announced today by the opened under control of Mrs. Medlll This great newspaper has, for years, been the most enterprising of "And yet," he said. ' when the fjod nilminfstratlort on authority Of a McCorinirk, daughter of Mark Ilanna London newspapers; always accurate, it has for a long time been on the from great war crisis came, when the Ger- ,amatIon s,Bncil ,,y Prcs,ent wil- - and wife of the senutor-ele"inside" on all matters relating to British and continental politics, its through the West- Illinois. mans had broken at pnrJs correspondents in Berlin, Holland and RuHsia having furnished the most She Is "Lame Durk." ern front and apparently there was UI,or Th(j follo;v,ng onl. rellla sensational foreign news that has ever been published. The Louisville and Paris, our lcenac. nothing between thorn Miss Rankin is the first woman who Herald considers itself exceedingly fortunate to be able to furnish iw boys, whom wo feared we could not , Imm;rter3 and aistributors of ever aspired to a Job under the conreaders with this service. or train, or equip, stepped mobilize, organization. Furtherconu 0.a rye bar,ey and gressional into tne nreacn at v,uaicau more. Hlie has the traditional advanclovator3 nnd warehouses storing stemmed the tine oi tnu oncoming these grains and rice. tage which proposes that the clerkThe backGorman forces, turned them ship of the House shall be bestowed Those Under LirriiM. And you will always have all the news and have it first. ward, restored the morale of tho Importers, manufacturers anil dis- on a "lame duck" that Is, n memFrench and British forces and acliluv- - I tributors of fresh, canned or cured ber of Congress, who has been deIt contains the best editorials, and many other news features for all members of the family. Give your local agent your order; if there is none victory lor our uriim-i.- . e.l Miss Rankin ,jeof pork of multoa cotton Hm, cot- - feated for in your town send in the coupon below with your subscription. j tonseed products, lard, buttcr.eggs, is a "lame duck." ICcstrii'tioiM Kcinoveil. Sample copy sent on request. ' Under the circumstances, with the "Now, If we could meet a situation and sugar. Importers and manuf.ic-suc- h national organization Hour, wheat 'flour Republican as that which we confronted tures of rice, rice reaching out for the votes of women. stor-leabout two years ago in the great prob- - and wheat mill feeds and cold It is feared by many political leaders of' mobilization, surely our Intel- - age warehousemen, that If the kibosh Is put on Miss RanThe margin still allowed: ligence and our energy ought to be storage and fresh oggs. kin's aspirations It will have a bad Retail cold blc to meet the problems of demobI 7 to 8 cents a dozen; cottonseed lard reflex on the women of tho country, illzatlon." at wholesale, I Vi to 2 who may say that'tho "mere men" are One of tho first things needed to substitutes MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS DAILY By Mail recognition jrnt the country's industries into nor- - cents a pound on more than fifty- - standing for the sort of GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. All Ut ti Id l'MUl Zon. IncluJIne whlsh Is designed to catch mal gait was removal of the restric- pound packages, 8 to 10 per cent on of women of Kentucky nd Boutlum lnJIn. NAME d packages, and their votes without offering'them any tions on raw materials, said Mr. Wil-sp- less than I Year 5 to 6 cents and 18 to 2a per cent of tho emoluments of office. This has been done, ho added. Address .lob. It industry was to return to a normal at retail. Wholesale margins on eggs The KcnturhinnofHolds House pays clerkship the S MM. ' Mo- R. F. D. No. . according to the number of condition, the secretary declared, war differ year and is usually given by on finance and credit had services performed by the wholesaler JG.r.OO a SUte Term Here restrictions RocIosmI Timl of the . tho majority membership to be removed. Tills also has been or jobber. following coupon with Mail $ Check for In addition to tho regulations can- House to some defeated candidate I Yew., 3 Moa. done, and there now is opportunity remittance at once. Don't be inceled by the proclamation, all remain- for election to tho House. The place Pofrtofllre OrIT for the utilization of tho credits of The Herald for a without 1 regulations governing Is now held by South Trimble, of Ken Mo. MM. dividuals, corporations, municipalities ing special Kiprr.s Onlrr single day: formerly was a member on of such manufacturers nnd distributors of tucky, who and states for tho carrying of the House. His predecessors for enterprises as they may deem it ad- - butter wcro repoalpd. of Conmany years were Dealers Warned. engago in. visable to cd the stroiiK fcelinp which haa beer gress. In making Its announcement tho "Hut even with that." said Mr. Wll- A vast deal of adverse comment on aroused In tho community In tho mat was not a disposition on food administration warned dealers son. "there candidacy has been ter. He said that somo people on the the part of the business man to re- - that tho provisions of the food con- Miss Rankin's fact that last year street had asserted that the Juds' by the SHALL WE HAVE BETTER ROADS? activity on a post- - trol act. prohibiting profiteering and aroused sume his pre-wshe catered the Repsbllcan primaries should have been hang-- d for not would be rigidly war basis. If thero had been that unfair practices, as a candidate for the Republican sending tho pastor to jal! while othwo would have had no forced. Moners said ho should bo punished for by the President virtu- nomination for senator from This question is now put squarely up to the people of This action demobilization problem," he declarBeaten in tho primaries by Dr. oven having tho pastor arrested. ally brings to an end the activities of tana. Ohio county to be decided by election March 8, 1919. ed. the Ho said he assessed the maximum tho food administration, except for Lanilstrum. Miss Rankin made Always Some Idle. Serious consideration should be given the matter of race for senator as an Independent fine for tho reason that one of the the expectcontinued 'At the time we were engaged In the commodities,control of ollicials ex- cindldato and attracted enough votes bont informed men in tho community working the roads of Ohio county There is only one sure which, tho war," said Mr. Wilson, "prac- ed tho and certain way of getting better roads and that is by plained, Is necessary, either because to cansc the defeat of Dr. Lundstruni had broken the law and that tically all of our people were emOther counties' get them obligations or tho gov- and the election of the Democratic peculiar situation existed that tho putting up the money for them. ployed. But there always Is a con- of contractual on the ernment, or because of a determina- candidate. Senator Walsh. Thus church is on one sido while that way, but in no other way. siderable number of unemployed In stato stabilised prices. while Miss Rankin herself was defeat other are tho authorities of thewhich tho country, due to shifting, for vari- tion to maintain The present road tax to be voted on. is only TWENTY ed, which pats her in the lame duck rying to ameliorate a condition predicted by thc30 ollicials that ous reasons. Even in periods of In- It was also was the indirect cause It. sending cofflim to the- - sra vera rds at CENTS on the HUNDRED DOLLARS and will relieve would class, she remaining functions dustrial activity it has been estimated most of the defeat of tho Republican candi- a greater rate than at auy time with three thousand or more road hands from so much, work ceaso beforo March 1. approxiby exports that thero aro date, which la causing a good many in thirty years. right in the busy season. It will supplement the present mately a million unemployed In tho members to doubt her tltlf to sympaKlnes Jfre Not I'aiil. THU V. S. OONCJItKSS road fund to the extent of just about doubling it. It will decountry. In periods of industrial PAVOltS KltKK lUKhANU thy on thi eround of Kir being a The minister loft tho court rwira put our roads in goqd condition all over the county and pression, this figure runs up to thrco' ' ' tame d'ck. without stating whether he would and four million." Some XSepuhlicniis Ultter. Washington, Jan. 20 Tho Houso tcop up the fight and hold auotuer vill keep them that way by the use of good tools, imple Thero was approximately tho latter Foreign Affairs' Com mitlou soon will On top of this record, many Re- meeting soon. ments and machinery so placed and used in each com-- i number oi Jdlo in tho country In 1914, report out a resolution declaring for publican are a bit bltttf In their utjtod by Attorney Key munity as to get good results. It when thu Europeun war broko out, comment on fllfss Rankin'o candidacy, that Mr. Taylor ha not yet paid for, Ireland. The tax is small and is paid in just the same man" tho secretary asserted, hut when tho of tho and tboy assert alio has na right to ettnor ot tno lines nssessau. iuruni. among members . . , Inqnlry i l United States entered tho war, tho commltteo today disclosed that a ma- ask favora from House Republicans. est taJ same nuiv ouwr uixe:, arc iiaiu, uiiu it imiy l la .i n.,i i. iu niir.r...i i.v Ktnt.i ana Under the law, and by orders of the Fisc jority or them favored this action. Thoy assort that they will i.n'. "s'.and" imv tcm davs in which to make settle- - five ycara. lo tho Tho commitloo will moot to execu- for MlD3 Rankin's olccti threatening mont. Mr Keyos further said that Court EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT AND EVER! n&flir&Tftfii c Sttffi Saturday morning to for- clerkship and they are tive session aro not paid he will Issuo ROAD IN THE COUNTY WILL RECEIVE ITS SHARE her If the fine mulate Its report on tho Boveral Irish to ntnit i'n active fight ayuns"atten- a capltiK and havo tho mlufotor placed OF THE TAXES AND ROAD FUNDS. cull Miss rtankin'a friends resolutions uov; pending. jail. first in No one man will control this money, but the best Tho resolution Introduced by Rep- tion to the fact that i.ho v the . a soat in Congress resentative Gallagher, of Illinois, on woman to hold brains of the county will be called upon to apply the funds I'Oril SCUUKSTKU make-which extonslvo hearings havo boen and that the Rapubllcuns would The Banks, .I'Oll r'HKSlPK.VCV fairly and equitably in every community. tho wiwmm's vote E. Fink- - bold, provldoH that tho Amorlcan dele strong, bid for Instead I took Lydia Railroads, Coal Mines, Corporations and Town Property K reuosnUIug Miss Rankin peace ham's Vegetable Compound gates at tho Versailles lay bnforo by thusrde td. tlioy assert. It will bo As lwoplo of democratic countries pay more than half of the taxes. All these concerns sho in bo inatructud to r or ibo llko t lion'or their grout military and Was Cured. profit by good roado. right of Ireland tho lirst flce in the tho conference tho by placing them in Important ludopcndenco uwl Bolf- - n.ir'tv that 3 winHur. hss In en chorci The tax asked for will be sufficient to widen the some, of the pooplu of Baltimore. Md. "Nearly four years' to "freedom, for BUh af important pliao and; it civil positions troubles, ner dotorntlnatlon." I suffered from organic Franco urc boglnulng to consldor roads, cut many of the hills, and grade others, put the vousness UI1U 11UUU- It Is stated that the commltteo will would bo pin 'i of tho cause Marshal Koch as a candidate for tho roadbeds upon better ground crown the. roads well and and evory aches go this far. This consuusur. of tho party to the womeas month would havo to not of tho Kopuhllc. Whllo keep them dragged and drained, and thereby make them ctay in bed most of opinion soomB to lio that the moasuro ho haH won notnblo suecoss as com- Treat- to bo reported to the House will fax more convenient, safer and belter for travel. The tho , time-- . mandor-ln-chlof all tho allied ar' ments would relievo It to bo tho scnao or tho Conroads are put lo much greater and heavier uses now than FOR FLETCHER'S mies and Is rovered and honored lu mo for n time but gress that Irola.d should bo accorded Old methods simply fail to meet the remy doctor was all tho allied countries for his master- in former years. but waya urging mo tt. tho right of selMotormliiatlon, ly strokes which sont tho Huns down quirements. II Proper methods of road work have to be that no direct method of presenting In doroat. thero Is ot courso some paid for. My D5Btor usked mo tho mattor to tho British government WISTOR IS 1'1NK1 vVT' FOK SKCONO TialK question as to whether ho possesses K AVkOito try Lydia E. Truly an emergency exists that ought to lead you to Vegetable will bo adopted. tho qualities requisite for a successful A resolution of this character la be 'Compound boforo question. We mean nothing Murray. Ky., Jan. 31. for tho. statesman. In 1'rance, howovor, no vote "YES" on the road tax consenting to nn lieved to bo cortaln of passage in tho statomnnsblp la required of but business and an absolutely square deal to the people operation. I tooK Houso, whoro it la boliovod a large .ec.ond tlmo within three day3 the unusual conBtl-tutlo- n, uyu uumta ui uui a ' I l... LuU. HH.ntl Inmlnrllv nt Mm mnmlinrs favor HOIIIO Itov. 11. 111. Taylor was today fined tho president ns, uudor the of the county in the matter of keeping up a good road sys. 16 I1US CUUlIllUtvijr i .. ho hus but comparatively Uttlo tem for every community. misdeI'Jl'il 5100, tho, maximum lino for . Cured mo uiiu lay uwiuu " mx".. power; tho president Is made mre .a o T1rtnll1W I tell all my friends it will bo brought up most probably meanors, aftor having boen convicted real or less of a figurehead, most of We expect, by calling upon the brains, the good sense of vio- more who havo cny troublo of this land what on tho next day for suspension ot tno In tho Calloway Circuit Court government being glv-o- u and sound judgment of thinking men all over the county Lydia B. l'lnkham's Vegetablo lating tho order ot tho Stato Board tho power of B. rules, and passed, backers of tho hag done for me."-Nl!tX- IU to other ofllclals. to establish a system of roads that will put the producti1 ot Health, regarding the holding of COOCalvortoaUd., Balti- movement aro confidant. UniriTNGiiAU, and resources of Ohio county in position to be marketed -- CKpublic raootlngs during thu prova- more, Md. .. . ... A scald, burn, or severe cut healfl with convenience and dispatch and iii M'nifin nil M uj.ivi. .a niillil Mint has Intestinal worms onco oi jmiuuu.. reasonable cost. It ia only natural for any woman to neglected. Tho family that droad tho thouchtof an operation. So la haudlcappod in Its growth. A few ia. prayer moatlnB at tho Baptls. slowly If This is n fair, square proposition of development and bet roatorwl w Linimany women havo boen Church on Wednesday uIUt. after keeps a bottlo ot Ballard's Snow health by this famoua ramody, Lydia h. doeee of White's Cream Vorinifuge ment on hand la always proparcd for terment. (!oinrOUtlU. Utter dustroys and expels worms; tho child having heon fined for a similar linM,rr'a Vn(,.H,l We respectfully submit it for your favor. . such uccldonts. Price 26c, G0e and it sn operation lias been advLM linprovoa and thrives feuso tho name day. lrom $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by Ohio Co., will pay any v ... Deplores BtronK lVelln;;. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. .'10c. per bottlo. Prlco " wondnrrully. l, fcuch ailments ti i .i- " in Tho court in hla statement deplor- - Drug company. m Sr.W Uy cbid County Drug Co. .... , Get This From From Pens Of All Angles Master Writers ... Off-han- Y v ' Service Of London Daily Express ;m ct I ..., 1, , Read Louisville Herald Daily m THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper n. fifty-poun- $5.00 $1.40 $2.60 '. 50c. " THE ISSUE SUBMITTED ar - 8 j mm mm ANOPER ATNN con-fovou- co b'. hu-ro- ea vill if proh-ldonc- y de-cla- ro IPl' ilil Children Cry OAST O R ' A of Tink-.(rhar- ...... Com-nnu- nd atinn ..-- at tl-.r- .t ''' f KOMH IIOI.I) SAVINGS OK MAItSK 1IKNIIV COUNTY HISTORIAN. AX OVTI.INK OF I'liA.V MJAGCK OF NATIONS U fs Tho Council of Dofonco hns appointed Miss Lettlo Marks as War Historian I. I'nrls, Feb. 1st., Tho following Is for Ohio County. She will prepare a complete record of all soldlem I nm accused liy my Rood friends nnd civilian activities during tho wnr. A detailed report of tho men who tho outline of tho plan for tho league of tho llrnuklyn Kaglo of tho ntrocl- - served tholr country In tho nrmy wjll bo made, and iiIro nn account of the of Nations proposed by the Committee ous crlnu' to imraphrnno I'llt tho various cITortH on tho part of tho civilian population will bo compiled. A of the international societies: younRcr of being not Indeed "a copy of tho Kecord will bo filed at Frankfort and one will bo retained hero Firstl- y- To submit nil disputes young mnn," but n "pessimist." nt tho county seat. Tho olllclal war record blank accompanies this article arising between themselves to meth1 nm no oiitlnilst of tho Hilly nnd tho parents and relatives of boys who havo served tho colors arc asked ods of peaceful settlement. Sunday (tort, who fancloa tho adoption to till out the same and send It to Miss Kettle Marks at Hartford, Ky. Secondly To prevent or suppress of tho prohibition amendment tho jointly by tho use ot all means nt Hacc , coming of "do Julillo." Why Bhould Numo nnd Hank their disposal nny attempt by any the nblo and venerable orpin of tin Homo AddresH (P. O. ) Stnto to disturb tho peace ot tho City of Churches not have written at world by arts of war. onco Instead of pessiThirdly To establish nn Intornn-llonNnmu and address of nearest relative. mist and let It ro nt that? court of justice charged with Karly fu life, while yet a recogtho duty of deciding nil justiciable nized hnnohnll authority, Mr. Sunday Father's name and address (If not given above) disputes and to Insure the execution (Uncovered "pay dirt" In what Col. of Its decisions by all appropriate Mulberry SellorH called 'piousness " International sanctions diplomatic. He made It an unset and began to Juriilic, economic and, if necessary, ," nl . Great National Daily Paper QZ For 3IX Months SoUth's Leading Farm Paper 11 lJ LeadingNatfonaijUaQaiine , For One Year ONLY for OK Two m Daily For Only 1.40 Great National Paper Paper FOR THREE MONTHS Sooth's Leading Farm FOR ONt YEAR -- V l celestial notes, countersigned liy himself and made redeemable In HcMTPit. Krom that day to thin ho has been following the lead of tho renowned .Simon SiiRgs, who, having In true Camp meeting stlo acquired "the grace o' Cod," turned loose as nn cxhorter, Hhuutlng "Step up to the mourner's bench, my lirelberlnR, step up lively, anil be paved! 1 come In on na 'er par, an' see whnt I tlraw'd! KollRlon's the only game whar you can't lose. Illm that trusts the Lord holds fo' neon!" Tho Hilly Sunday name has made Hllly Sunday rich. Having exhausted the evangel turns to the Demon Hum. Satnn, with hide and horns, has had his day. Prohibition Is now the winning card. The fanatic Is never either very discriminating or very particular. As a rule, for him and taking "Ism" will Todny it happens to be nil lllce. Imsiio Mother's Maiden nnmu Ago Peace Terms Now are being debated by the international delegates assembled at the Paris Congress. Gigantic nt cntranco Into service Married or single. .'. . Date of entrance Into service Camp where first training received Uranch of Service AH.MY military, Fourthly (1) To establish International representative council, which will provide for the development of International law and take common action in matters of general concern. (2) The representative council will watch over the freedom ot nation a and the maintenance of international order. (3) Considering Itself Invested with the moral guardianship of uncivilized races, tho representative council will secure the execution nnd. In enso of need, promote tho developconvonants ment of International necessary for the protection and progress of thoso races. (4) A permanent Committee of Conciliation shall take in hand all differences between tho associated na- t lons. The Committee will act, in Instance, as conciliator or mediator, nnd If necessary, will refer the differences, according to their nature, cither arbitration or to a court of justice. It will bo charged with making ull such Inquiries as It considers useful and will determine the necessary limits of time and conditions. In any and every State refusing to obey either the award of the arbitrator or the decision of the tho application of appropriate sanctions will be proposed to the Representative council and tho associated Governments by tho Committee. These sanctions will be obligatory In the case of violcnco or aggression. Fifthly To limit and superviso the armaments of each nation and the manufacture of nil material and munitions of war, having regard to the requirements of the league. Sixthly To renounce the. making ot secret treaties. Seventhly To admit to tho league on tho basis of equal right beforo the law all peoplo able and willing to give effective guarantees of their loyal intention to observe Its convennnts the-firsconi-mitt- .- - Reconstruction gions will be determined. There must be greater plans for the rehabilitation of the devastated re- (Indicate by underscoring) S. A. T. C. Infantry, Artillery, Medical Corps, Aviation, Naval Heserves, Marino Corps Food Supplies for the millions in the enemy countries as well as among the Allies and in America. Thus arises the Nnme nnd number of company nnd regiment NAVY Name of Ship. . Transferred to Promotions Date of Discharge Casualties Homnrks '. Farmer's Problem programme. Every farmer in the must keep posted on European affairs through a after-the-war ' ., I ." . .; ' " .;.;.. Daily Newspaper ? ' that pays particular attention to foreign news. L The one in this territory is THE LOUISVILLE with its complete foreign service, through the Associated Press and The New York Times. Also he must read a COURIER-JOURNA- "whisky," se It will be tobacco. Flnnlb, having established the spy systom and made house-to-houespionage a rulu of conventicle, it will become a misdemeanor for a man to kiss his wife. From fnKera who have cards up their hIccvcs, not to mention snakes In their boots, v.e hear a great deal nbout "the people," pronounced by them as If It were spelled "pee-pul.- " It is the unfailing resource of the professional politician In quest of votes. Yet scarcely any reference, or referee were faultier. constitute The people en masso what wo call the mob. Mobs have rarely been right never except when capably led It was the mob of Jerusalem that did the unoffending JeIt was sus of Nazareth to death. tho mob In Paris that made the Helen of Terror. Krom that day to this mobs have seldom been tempted, even bad a chance to go wrong, that they have not gono wrong. The "people" is n fetish. It was y the people, misled, who preclpltntcd the South into the madness of .secession and the ruin of a hopelessly unequal war of sections. It was the people backing if not compelling tho Kaiser, who committed the hari-kafor themnelves and their empire in It Is the people leadorless Germany who are now making havoc In Russia. Throughout tho length and breadth of Christendom, in ull lands and ages, the people, when turned loose, have rarsed every Inch of boll to the square foot they were able to raise, often upon the slightest pretext, or no pretext at all This Is merely to note the mortal fallibility of man, moat fallible when horded In groups nnd prone to do In the aggregate what ho would hesitate to do when loft to himself and his Individual accountability. of limTer a wide dispensation power, despotism, we nro told, embodies the best of all government. The trouble la that despotism Is If nvnr. wise. It Is its naturo to -" " Inconsiderate being essentially As flsh, grasping nnd tyrannous. 'ule, thcrefqro, revolution usually 'orce has been required to ehungo reform It. In fine and in short, ours Is n world of sin, diseaso and death, perfect-abili- ty not doslgned nor intended for mortal man. That Indeed furnishes tho strongest nrgumont In favor of tho Immortality of the soul, life on of eternal earth but the life. It would bo a cruel Deity that condomned man to tho brief and vexed span ot human existence with nothing beyond tho grave. ri sel-iin- m nnte-chamb- er raven after his kind," tho crow tribe abundance, and birds of prey, from tho great griffon vulture, the "eagle" of Scripture, to tho sparrow-hawk-, are a feature ot tho country. In tho deep tropical Jordan Valley wo find a sort of aviary of real tropical birds, which found their refuge from tho last glacial epoch the lovely little sunblrd, or "Jerlco humming birds," tho land feeding, white breast ed kingfisher, and a species of Is in gre-garlo- ItlM) CltOSS Hod Cross commissions for the re Farm Paper that will aid him to increase production. The one farm paper edited especially for the farmers of this section is THE lief of Uoumanlii and have been organized. Montenegro American lied Cross nurses, living in box cars, advanced Into Germany with the army of occupation. .A special Red Cross mission to in vestigate tho conditions lu Siberia sailed from San Francisco recently. INLAND FARMER published twice a montfi in Louisville, and now embracing "Home and Farm," "Kentucky Farming" and "Farm and Family." On tho coast Is found tho great Indian fishing owl, nnd among tho rocks of Marsaba the monks havo half tamed tho orange winged blackbird, which Is really a startling of African type, as much out of his latitude as the hyrax one ot the birds peculiar to Palestine, the pretty Ilttlo pigmy Moabito sparrow, which lives In reed beds and is ono of the rarest birds in the world. thrush. ' Cross provides double- busses for wound ed American soldiers who want, to .' see London. The Hod FOR ONLY $2.60 offers a six months' daily The Courier-Journsubscription, together with a full years' subscription to The Inland Farmer and a year's subscription to al decker sight-seein- g E Tho Wool House, built at Southhampton, in the days of King Canute, Is now ubed as a garage for the American lied Cross. WOMAN'S WORLD a national monthly magazine, devoted three-for-on- Do you get up nt night? Sanol Is aurely tho best for all kidney or blad-dSanol gives relief in troubles. 24 hours form all backache and bladder troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 u bottle at the drus etoro. or 4G-- yr 1'ALKSTINK Swarms of European OP MUDS. birds visit l'alostlne in winter und many breed there, Bays tho El Pasco Times. Tho cranes, as In Dante's flue, picture, still pass In winter "trailing their long drawn lino across tho shy," and lu tho spring tho volco of tho turtle dove Is heard in tho lnnd. Tho Holy Uand Is appropriately a 'xtrongnold ot tho pigeon family. Tur- tlo dovis are found, the wood pigeon comcT in inyrUiui In winter, and the of true oim"ii rlettu. this mfinnr,doveuoin BiU i itv, Is ',VI11 nt t,ime, thrmi?ir 'ho cinin- vry A, a contruet to iAlr Tho Hod Cross has Introduced the "rag rug" into Italy. Many varieties (.Villus Hill or Colds. Tho easiest and quickest way to get of these rugs aro now made in the rid ot a cold is to take Chamberlain's workrooms from sewing scraps. Cough Remedy. This preparation Up to January 11. naturalization has been In use for ninny years nnd fully proven. No matter papers bad been granted 1C2.SG4 men its value what remedy you use, howover, care In the American lighting forces must be taken not to contract a sec- aliens before they entered the service. ond cold before you havo recovered During the Holshevlk strike In from tho first one, and there is serious tlunger of this. A man of middle Switzerland, tho A. It. C. distributed ago or older should go to bed and milk to tho Swlhs soldiers' families stay in bed until fully recovered. It and supplied hot coffee to tho soldiers guarding the streets. Is better to stay In bed threo day at tho start than threo weeks later' reconstruction The government in on. program Is already In operation In 2! 0 IlMKIt IN TUB CKI.I.AK hospitals with an enrollment of MAKING soldiers in handicraft, technical nnd trade work. (Cincinnati Times-Star- .) peck; coarso brown "Malt, ono train, operatAn Allied sugar, six pounds; hops, four ounces; good yeast, ono teaeupfull," Is the be- ed by tho American lied Cross, will everywhere ginning of a certain receipt now be- tour Siberia, stopping ing circulated In printed form. It along the line to tight tho typhus Still an- in stricken localities. Is labeled "Strong Ilccr." receipt advises tho amateur other A large gymnasium for tho 1200 how to muke malt. Coming events nro casting their unit moil required to take care of shadows boforo them. Thoro will ho tho vast American convalescent popubooks ot homo chemistry which will lation of Vichy, Franco, Is one of tho tho many Hed Cross activities there. occupy tho same relations to collar that tho cook book does to the Tho Croix do Guorro hns been kitchen. And while "mother" is in tho kitchen making tho pies which uwarded to Lieutenant Thomas It. brims her fame, "father" Is In tho cel Plummer, of Now lied ford. Mass., lar browing beer. Hut he will never who died suddenly from overwork becomo famous. For this "strong while In cjiargo of a ned Cross canIs teen In tho Vosges. d boor" that will bo If ever bo pretty bad stuff. going to The first man on shore from the breweries are again permitted to nono of them will advertise the transport Northern Pacific, which wont aground on Fire Island, found a boor "that father used to muke." Wo can almost imagine tho tem- bonllro and u cup ot hot coffeo und perance melodrama ot tho futuro, us tho Hed Cross Canteen scrvlco waitdovlsed by some sentimental play- ing for him. wright. It will bo called "Ten Nights Handles of magazines dropped from In tho Cellar," and Its most affecting aeroplanes, brought lied Cross cheer line will bo "fnther, dear father, to the men In tho front lino trenches. come up and go to bed. Tho clock In Now tho ned Cross ships periodicals tho parlor strikes two." to tho Army of Occupation holding the Ilhino. That Terrible Headache. m Do you have periodic attacks of "Tho language you uso to that hoadache accompanied by sickness of mulo Is perfectly shocking." tho stomach or vomiting, a sallow "Yes," replied the 'driver. "It skin und dull eyes? It so, you can seems to get u rlso out ot everybody get quick rollof by taking Chamber- but tho mulo." 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Sold by tho Ohio county Drug m Company. you 15 Cash Saving of $1.00 The regular six months' subscription rate of The Courier-Journalone is $2.60, The Inland Farmer for a year 50 cents and Woman's World for a year 50 cents. al CARS IN WILSON PARTY. f FOR ONLY $1.40 Three-month- s' Hucyrus, O., Feb., 1, That a fleet forty-liv- e cars aro attached to President Wilson's party, now touring Kurope, is tho news received hceo Tho information comes from Private Garlen Fairchlld, of this city. Ho is with Motor Truck Repair Unit .108, and Is ono of the men in charge of the fleet. of offers a Special Trial Subscription, together with a full year's subscription to The Inland Farmer. Thi s is a The Daily Courier-Journ- al 50 Cents Cash Saving is never quoted at The Daily Courier-JournIes3 than $1.40 for three months. This offer gives The Inland Farmer at no additional cost. al All Subscriptions miller ami $1.-1- tliin 0 spoola! offers must lm mmi! ilinvt to Tlio Courlcr-Jouriiii- l. No audits' (oiiiniis.slons will be iiHonitl. Tlio $2.(10 Iy only in prlrt's HW2 Kentucky and 150 Miles of f.oulsvillo in other State, v T1h r.ifos beyond lftO miles ami within (IOO miles r Louisville arc $2.70 mill $l.-t5- , rneetlcly. Slightly higher rales IhjoiuI (100 miles. Impurities from your body as you would dirt from your home. Constipation is the cause of much disease. Keep your system clean by using THE LOUISVILLE TIMES if an eien-in- g can lm substituted (or The Daily Courier-Journa- l, paper is preferred, at the xauie raU's for cither of these special club offers'. Take Advantage of These Big Bargains Use The Special Order Blank Below e9 Safe MildSure Highly recommended for Torpid Liver, Biliousness, Constipation and Indigestion. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILKS MEDICAL CO., Special Club Subscription Blank TUB COUIUKK-JOURNAl- i, Date Ixmlsvllle, Ky. al 1919. Mark X in front of offer you wish to tako, for six months, together with Sond Tho Dally Courier-JournTho inland Farmer for one year and Woman's World for one year, or Sond The Dally Courler.Journal for threo months,, toRuther with The Inland Farmer for ono year, In accordance with your Special dub Subscription Offer, published in Tho IIAIirrOltlJ, KY., WBKKIA' JtKI'UIU.ICA.V. Name Street or It. F. I). No T. O alMM . - CASTOR A l sn tu, Wlion oil uavo ttacknolia tUtj liver or kldueye mo aura to be out of guar Trv Sanol. It doe wonder for tin liver, kidneys ami bladder A trial ou. Gat It 'oOc bottln will convince For Infants and Children -.-.a- rt Uso For Over 30 Years Always bears --rf En COMMISSION can be nlfowoil om thong olnUi). JjJv- Qry oOUMMJdtt N0 AUENT3 Ilkhart, Intl. to HemlttRuw. iglpjd for $.'.......... flt MUMrft ' , - .. at the drug btoro, 4Cyr .'!. WtJfffC T"-JC- i , ....r ic - r for postal Inefficiency. Mr. M. L. STRAY STREAKS Heavrln last week received a letter returned to him thnt ho had written (Uy Fluko McFluko.) to his nephew, In France, In January Published Weekly by COMPANY of last year, nnd only n couplo of HARTFORD PRINTING weeks ago Mrs. C. E. Smith received It would havo boon an enormous Incorpornlcil W. S. TINSLEY, n letter mailed to her by Mr. Smith, saving to wo prohibitionists, ns well C. E. SMITH, nnd as to the, Just moderately, drys, If we s. in Owcnsboro, in September, President and these nro only IllHstratlvo of could havo hnd this flu epidemic Editor hundreds of other letters that have some two years ngo. JOHN HENRY THOMAS similarly delayed. W. S. TINSLEY, Asoclnto Editor been Its an awful dlssapolntmcnt to a mill Business Manager. When tho history of tho eight mnn's family to hnvo tho head of the years of President Wilson's adminis- establishment tnko out a lot of inEntered according to law at tho trations Is written the war will not surance, pnyablo nfter death, ami Postomco, Hartford, Ky., as mall bo set down as the gravest problem then out-liv- e tho wholo bunch of exmatter of tho second clnas. he hnd to meet. The storm cloud of pectant dependents. to labor disturbances already looms Address all communications largo on the horizon, and will break Uncle Alec Curtis "hnlnt done Tho Hartford Republican. long before his second administra- nuthln" yet, nbout tho things I know tion closes. Tho disturbance Is com- ou htm, but he's on the penitent scat NOTICE TO SUnSCKIllEKS. ing on too largo a scale to bo calmed and that's ono sure sign of weakenSubscribers desiring tho paper sent by concessions, nnd will have to bo ing, so I am giving him further to a new address must gl,vo tho old met by firm, nnd may be, drastic chance to fix before I publish certain address In making tho request. 10c measures. The President's biggest fact and things in this column. Business Locals and Notices per line, and 5c per lino for addition- task lies still before him. "Old Timer," otherwise- known ns al Insertion'. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards Hartford has' Louisville beaten to John Glenn, by somo who lived nigh ad-Tof Thanks, 5c per lino, money in tho bushes In the matter of weather on SO years ngo, Is talking strongly ce. Church Notices for services free, for tho next forty days. Hartford of going to Florida, but says he don't but other advertisements, Cc per lino. was dank and dark and dreary all know just what part of the peninsuAnonymous communications will through the day Sunday, and tho lar Stnto he will lnnd In, owing to receive no attention. groundhog hereabouts never once tho fact that ho has not yet received sighted his shadow, and tho winter Is satisfactory and conclusive InformaTELEPHONES. done for here. Hut poor old Louis- tion as to where fishing and huntiiie 12.1 Cumberland ville, the town of tho night prowlers is best. CO "jfj Farmers Mutual "" and low gass pressure, was spotted burning sun, nnd under a bright and Albert Rial says Editor Creep's FEBRUARY for forty days and forty nights must statement that tho Herald hit ono FRIDAY shiver and shake and freeze, nnd all patron who In.l .uen a constant, con- saw his inuous and never falling reader ol because the groundhog The flu ban Is on the churches shadow. said sheet since the year A. I).. 177 0. nnd schools, but it is not on anyand Alec Porter's averment, that h thing else bo as you can notice It. Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. was .lxnig to "jlne" the church wIk-credit tilt- - till Ian went on and stopped the Smith deserves tho highest The President is to start home the of the Ow proceedings, when i. .. good citizens of togeitier 14th. May bo Europe can gouge cnsboro for clearing up the Immoral makes vhnt ho calls ono lair of big along a while without him. Wc did. resorts of that city, after tho police and old fashioned . power of the city had failed to do It. Whatever tho future political for- Mr. Smith, without taking the police It jolts our nanny to get our fatunes of Ed Marrow may bo it Is power into his confidence, filed In- vorite, dally paper nnd find that .plainly true that he is tho best loved unction suits, iu circuit court, against some doggon make-u- p guy has made Kontucklan alive. tho proprietors of the immoral re- tho whole durn thing up wrong, getabate ting Indoor Sports the markets for more It tho flu prevents a few county sorts andA asked days an order of"soiled should be, BringingwhereFather where up later the few ment. terms of circuit court iu this and stole Sport News Sports a lot of lawyers will be taking rooms doves' folded totheir tents friendly Indoor Bringingheld forth. has made up Father cities more whore Alms- quietly away with Charlie Smith, at the to the siren songs of illicit love. This his permanent home, and the editorhouse. action of Air. Smith's illustrates what ials on Scynthia Grey's page. and. Remember if the road tax Is voted a public official, with conscientious consarn him. Uncle Hud's Attic was the railroads and other corporations conviction and courageous energy, left out altogether. nnd the incorporated towns would can do for the public whose interests ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE have to pay more than half the total he is elected to senc. tax. amount of the All persons having claims against The unauthorized statement has This la Muhlenburg county's turn gone to the public that the money the estate of James .Calloway, are hereby notified to preto furnish tho state senator, and we raised from the proposed road tax, if understand Judge Walter Wilkins the measure carries, will bo used for sent same to mo for payment on or may be a candidate. He Is a first building pikes. It is unfortunate before April 16, 1019. This Januclass lawyer and a mighty good Re- thnt such a statement should have ary 1G, 1919. v publican. ARVIN W. LEISURE, Adair. gone out. It is the intention of the Rockport,' Ky. court to devote the money so 30t3pd . V It Is consoling to know that here- fiscal to grading, draining and rerained after we shall be required to obey ducing the grades of all the roads in MARKET REPORT only the law, and not every Depart- the county, and it is not.tlfiTpurposo ment jack ass who takes it into his of the court to use one dollar of it There is a pretty general downhead to order the American people for building pikes. The money rais- ward tendency In prices, which ex what they shall eat for breakfu.st. ed in each magisterial district will tends to a wider range of articles of living inch week. Lower cost be used in the district in which rais The peace conference seems to be ed, and will, even in the district, be seems to be on the way. wasting valuable time in discussing so (ruin distributed as to improve all, and Idealistic notions of a league of na- not simply the most Important roads. Corn General selling of corn led tions. It were the netter thing to Wo were present at tho sitting of the to lower prices. Cash coin selling do to conclude peace ,send our sol- court when the order calling tho elec- at $l.Ti3 and May delivery at $1.13. dier boys homo and do the day dream- tion was made, and can vouch for the Wheat $2.14 ing afterward. I.hoslnoU. statements wo have made. Cattle Steers, export $1C; lights It is a notable fact that Just as soon 14.00; stockers $8 12. We havo read with great interest $llf as the Government takes its price Hogs Best hogs ?17.2.r; pigs 150 comments, of the fixing fingers off a commodity the tho newspaper pounds and down ?12.75iQ' 15.50; price of it goes down, which fact state, upon the life of editor James throwouts $14.10 and down. leads us to believe that very much of Lemon, of the Mnyfield Messenger, Produce the high cost of living was duo to who died last week. Col. Lemon was lluttor Country 25fJ2S; Creamthe meddling of government agen- not perhaps the ablest or best known ery 4S. editor of the state, but he had an Incies. Eggs Candled 30 33. dividuality that came In for widu Hens 23?D24: smull spring chick At last there is a rift in the high comment. His commentators were 141? 10; turkeys cost of living cloud. The tide is of one mind , that he was bold and ens 275'30; roosters 2S30; geese 1722. turning slowly, but a sensational fearless, nnd never hesitated to obreak may startle tho country at tho state an opinion, whether right NOTICE. newsmost unexpected moment. Prices are or wrong. Of such aro I have located In Reaver Dam for largely a matter of sentiment and papers worthy of tho name made up. tho practice of dentistry, and shall sentiment is a mighty uncertain Tho editor who fenrlessly expresses gratefully appreciate the patronage quantity. his honest opinions always commands of tho public. Call on mo at tho A. respect, even though he may bo often D. Taylor property. If you aro of roadworklng age In error. There Is no place in pubM. R. TAYLOR, 1). D. S. calculate how much road tax at twen-- . lic life for tho cowardly cur. Tho 25tf ty cents on tho hundred dollars worth newspaper is the public exponent of COUNTRY AND CITY LIKE. of property you would havo to pay popular opinion, and only when it and then compare that with tho valuo tlares to express such opinion, fearless By I. D. CJalro. of tho six days you now work on tho nllko of the loss of personal friendship sentiment A wealth of protty road, and see if it would not be .cheap- or business patronage, is it worthy of clusters around tho quiet peacotulness er to vote the tax. popular respect. of country life. It Is a pretty thought t to recall tho family gathering, noon Without in anyway laying claims EAST VIEW. and night, around thu hearthstone of to gifts of prophesy we lay a llttlo tho Isolated farm house, set amid tho credit to ourselves In tho matter of d trees. It is counsel wo gave tho farmers about Ralph, of Central City, cluster of Mr. Earl good to think of tho country lanes, Belling their tobacco. Early In tho spent tho week end with relatives in bordered with matted grass and the season wo advised them to sell when this vicinity. along which get something near the they could Messrs. James Stewart and Charllo pretty wild flowors, prices of lust season, and later when Hpovor were In Owensboro, Saturday, youthful lovers walk and talk and plan and build castlos in tho air, and prices went off wo suggested they on business. where the Innocent mirth of childin and hold for better prices, e, Harlan Halrd and family, of Muson-vlll- hood breaks tho evening stillness both instances our advices' were juswere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. It pleases with cheerful merrlmont. tified by events. Albert Stewart, Saturday and Sun- to recall tho oft repeated gatherings day. As we seo it, tho reason for tobacco at tho old community church, thnt Mr. and Mrs. Alfred French visit- song Belling at lower prices In Owensboro and prayer and shouts of glad ed the family ut any other point in the .state LI via, Sunday. of Mr. Lon Coots, of ness have hallowed through tho years, than and thero is even a grand if solemn for many weeks wus that tho OwensMr. Henry Howard and wife, of beauty in the sadness of passing tho boro market was too small to absorb the immense volume of tobacco Kansas, are visiting relatives In this old church yard, tho final resting pluco of those ouco loved but gone. marketed there. Tho only remody community. Will Hamilton, of Owensboro, is In But tho beauty of such scenes lies for this condition Is for Ohio county growers to devise some manner of this community, on business. only to thoso calm and sober minds marltotlng at homo. They tthould Mrs. Alton Yates died Fob. 2nd., that havo not touohod tho fovercd cithur pool, and all sell together, from un attack of Influenza, followed pulso beat of tho countless throng. But to ma they aro a holy memory. or ttUblWh a loiuo loaf house in the by paeumonla. hur remains wero burlI ed ou thw following tiny at RaruaU'a rather than a present pleasure. county. Cnitk. lore rather to feel the nervous heart Quite a number is tali Motion are throb of tha vaet elty, freighted with The Wilson administration will vigorous and tireless mergy. I love probably be the longest rjuierborad un'lieteii with influenza. (The Hartford Republican Scc.-Trea- the morged thunder of the tumult thnt rises from tho moving energy of tho mighty multitude. To mo thero is n restful quiet about tho early morning hours In tho heart of tho great metropolis, before tho day ftorm fully breaks: a thrill about itho busy lunch hour, when men and women weave, like shuttles back nnd forth, a human fabric of many colors, and at night I stand in place and indulge tho solemn grnndlor of tho flaming lights, the mlrlad colors, tho blondlug voices nnd tho hurrying crowds. 1 havo an Idle evening hour. I spend It before the stage, tthcro tho skilled artist exposes tho excollenco of his mastery, or with a group of friends iu'n grill room or a garden, where music nnd flowers and efface for pleasing companionship the time thu hard memory of the drudgery of the day, or perhaps with a slnglo congenial friend 1 find a qulot nlch In ono of the great holsteiies, amid palms and statuary, nnd time files as the winged bird. A weakness, may be, but I love energy nnd action nnd tho haste and hurry thnt Is found only In the midst of a multitude of men. May thu tide of fortuno.hurry me hence. i iM i Is i 7 Am -- ;hi ' - an NOTICE DOG OWNERS ! I From this date, it being my duty to do so, I will be compelled to kill any and all dogs found running at large or without license tags. 32t4 S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio Co. mm j i vm& r 'JPfe PhTll MmM.m . " -- mi w Xr-- r ii ' 2.fc i vr-& i mf- - i A. E. Anderson & Co., spirit of the times. Order now. Hartford, Kentucky. Local RcptCKnutivc fc Chicago, make clothes that reflect the ':-- STAIFMNGVOUNEED W. H. BAIZE, - ItOII.KI) IIOWN. - Thugs and thieves aro overrunning most of the large cities of the eastern and central states. Returning soldlors are replacing many criminals that high wages Induced to work rather than plunder, aid they have habits returned to their criminal again. Street and house robberies arc more numerous than for many years. The German National Assembly has assembled nt Berlin, nnd an orderly government may now be expected In the broken and torn empire. "President Wilson lias cabled Secre- "The House That Service Built" to-da- tary of War Daniels to urge congress to adopt a vigorous rfnvy building campaign. y The Federal Wnr Labor Hoard has ordered tho Louisville City Railway Company to Increase tho wages of Its to forty-fiv- o employes from thirty-eigcents un hour. ht Service is the most important word in business to test ours is to find out that we are ready M to take care of any reasonable want at the very lowest market prices. We stand the test. 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 ONE-THIROFF. Come and take your choice of these Coats and Suits. We also quote prices on Staples : D The Connecticut state senate refused by a vote of 20 to 14 to ratify thu national prohibition amendment. May corn, on report of heavy buying by tho Allies from Argentina, went down to $1.1.1. Frank Morrison, secretary American Federation of Labor, stated to a Tuesday, congressional committee that half million American , laborer wote out of a job. The United States, when tho war closed, had a total army strength of 3,703,273 men. The 327 artlllory of tho 84th division, comprised of 1,342 men, has arrived at New York. The Indiana legislature has adopted woman suffrage. a A good dress, Gingham 28-inc- . - 28-in- -- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of B. W. Oglcsby, deceased, aro hereby notified to present same properly proven, to me on or before March 10, 1919. Persons knowing themselves indebted to the said decedent will call un mo nt unco and make settlement. This January 28, 1919. S. II. Oglesby, Admr. 31t3pd Centcrtown, Ky. CROP CONDITIONS Light Percal Dark Percal . . L L one yard wide Brown Cotton One yard wide Hoosier Cotton 4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting 10-- 4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting 10-- 1 Bleached Sheeting One yard wide Messenger and Hope Bleach ' The very hest Dark Outing Light Outing Utility Spring Ginghams. . -. : Toil Du Nord Spring Ginghams.. Visit us for your needs. h ch .' 25c 20c 25c 18c ..20c 60c 65c 70c N i 9-- 25c. 30c ."" " 25c 30c 40c n t wind-wave- Early wheat In flno condition; lato wheat pulled. Stock In good condition and feed plentiful. Tobacco beds nearly all burned, and averago crop Forty per cent of old Iu prospect. crop still iu barns. Little spring clover will bo sown, on account of Plowing goner-a- l lots In Contertown, $2,000. high prices of seed. Gcorgo W. Crunk to L. M. Smith, over tho county, including river lot in Render, $C00. vulloy lands. Frank Roberts to Katfo Roberts, acres and value not stated. RECENT LAND SALES. M. P. Render to E. O. Austin 10C J. W. Farmor to I. T. Westorflold acres, $2,000. Mary A. .Wilson to Jako Raymond, 1,C00. 34 acres on Panther creek. Rough River Lahd and Improve- lot near Mcllenry, $500, L. M. Ward to W. H. Parks 148 ment Company to II. A. & Roy St. acres, ou Rough rlvor, $0,400. Clair 307 acres, near Dundee, T. C. Hosoy to Mrs. Nuncy Keown, E. R. Jones to E. R. Wells 11 aero lot in Cromwell, $GG0. Rov, R. D, Bennett to Loyal P. lot In FordsvIIIo, $2,000. 0. Ettu ABhbyto J. A. St. Clair 112 Bennett, 110 acros, on Nocreok, on Rough river. $4,000. acre Miiyhew Ralno to R, F. Balzo 40 11. L. Uenvla to U. J. Pays 1C warm, near Mdlanry, $1,800. acre, naar Herbert, $8,000.' Rowan P. Cox to W. F. Hudson, Will Curtis to J. II. Kuykeiidoll 2 $0,-000, ?6,-60- Carson Hartford, Ky. (l Co, 129 acres, on Hartford and Calhoun road, $13,000. Aaron Pollard to Laura B. Chappell 42 acres, near Sunnydalo, $1,000. . Martin, It. N. Pato to R. 50 acres, on Hartford and Centcrtown road, $1,300. O. J. Stewart to II. T. Murray 30 ncros, near Ambroso Forry, $350. NelHo W. Petty to E. P. Cnsobier, lot in Hartford, $800. J. C. Mngan to Donnls Walker, lrj in jrorusvuic. ?ouu FOR BALE. Lot nnd two story brick Ftorojiogffse, good condition nnd moat diflrabhR; lo- oatlon. Addraas Box oL'l TIartfo or upply at thin office. m CUI.U- - WW M I. n2t4 Mrs. Mattic Porter, of Heaver Dam, Jones' Fortlllzor now In Btock at spent a few days tho first of tho week w. 12. ellis & nno. 444444.fc Mr. J. H. Thomas will go to Louisville, Wednesday, to spend a few days Spo ' E. Kills ami Ilro., for Halo with his family, and whllo there will Tics, Barbed Wire, Flold Fence, attend the Lincoln Banquet, at this Smooth Wire nnd Poultry fence. 32t4 Scclbach, Tuesday ovcnlng. Mrs. U. T. Collins will spend tho week end with her (laughters at Howling Green and Greenville. with her niece, Mrs. Leo Hicks, who Is very ill. Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING 1919 V t i,. -. It . y Jt.rij.. -- ' f J', ' ,llt u I",, iii Readyto-Wa- r Department 3 Attorneys Otto Martin and W. H. Mr and Mrs. Penn Taylor received Hnrnes went to Evansvlllc, Wcdties-- I a telegram Sunday morning announcilny, to attend to somo legal matters. ing the Illness of their son, John Ross, at Akron, Ohio. Mr. Owen Mr. Caleb lienn, who has been at Hunter, and wifo who is a of for tho young man, loft at once sisterAktho Hospital at Hfipklnsvlllc, Tor treatment for some lime, camo home ron. They found young Taylor sufWednesday, much Improved. fering with appendicitis. They arrived home with him on the midMr. Veacliel Westerflcld has enternight train Tuesday. Ho is doing ed the local tobacco market nnd is fairly well at present, but nn operabuying tobacco for delivery at the tion may yet be nccetsary to relieve Wcstcrfleld house. him. The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cats for the lowest possible price, consistent with dependable quality, is too well known to require comment. Therefore, because of present conditions, there can be no change in the price on Ford Cars. Runabout . . Touring .Car. f .i. U. Sullenger Mr. Barrel and Miss The Hartford Republican Coupe has Clara Robertson woro quietly mnrrlcd abandoned its old system ,of long Our Spring line of Ready to wear Garments are at the home of tho bride, Saturday Sedan evening. Only a fow intimate friends credits. Wo gratefully appreciate arriving daily. This week our entire line will be in the patronage of our subscribers, but Truck Chassis witnessed tho curcmony. the house ready for your inspection. want to send tho paper only to people who read and appreciate It, and pay The prices F. O. B. Detroit. We are showing for Children and Misses a comj Miss Mnrgaret Williamson, who has up occasionally. We havo dropped boon teaching In the High school plete line of Gingham and Percal Dresses, from 2 to bore,, has gone to Central City for a more than four hundred delinquents 1G years old, ranging in price from $1.50 to $5.00. visit, aftpr which she will go to her from our mailing list within the past four months and mean to conhome at Wysox until the flu ban Is 1 Ladies' house dresses, size 34- - to 44, Gingham tinue the dropping process until wc lifted. carry only tho names of subscribers to $4.00. and Percal, $2.50 pay dp with reasonable reguReady-to-WeSergt. K. It. Wimsatt, of Baltimore, who Skirts and Waists, from $2 to guest of his sister, Mrs. larity. Mil., was tho $10. Sergt. WimKck nial, Wednesday. !j Mr. Ozna Shults entered upon the Spring Coats and Coat Suits from $12.50 to 5. satt will visit relatives In the county returning to temporary administration of the post-offifor several here Saturday. Mr. Shults is his Camp. e, asstbted by his daughter, Miss Mrs. It. D. Walker and Miss Hell, living on Fredcrl-c:- i Mrs. John l street, is 111 of Influenza. Mr. Boll Harriet Fleenor. Miss Harriet is an . had tho disease several weeks ago, experienced postal employo, and her employment In the office met with the and although Mrs. Bell nursed her I will begin buying by sample at my warehouse ia Miss husband through his Illness she- - did approval of overybody here. Gowns, Teddy Bears, Chemise from $1.50 to $4. Shults is a bright and pleasant young Hartford immediately. All grades accepted. not at the time contract it. See me Call and see the line, get our prices, and likely lady and should, with a reasonable before selling elsewhere. garments you will decide that to buy ready-mad- e Wimtcil Parties to clear from degree of experience, make an efficient postal clerk, and Mrs. Walker ONB to TWO hundred acres, botwould be cheaper than, buying piece goods and havtom Land Largo Timber mostly' cut Is an old. clllclcnt nnd obliging ing them made. See us, and remember that it pays stumps rotted out, very employo. Tho Professor will draw on', and Hartford, Kentucky. easy clearing. For particulars ap- the salary and graciously entertain to trade with a house that saves you money. the patrons, and there is good reason A. W. LOGAN, ply to to expect tho new management to Hartford, Ky. either peace or more war. It must please the public. be a great ono In America, due to the Miss Edna Black, accompanied by fact that tho war is practically over, MATANZAS. her father, Mr. Frank Black, went and more especially that victory has to Owcnsboro the first of the week, come to her armies. where she underwent, an operation tie We aro having fine weather, and j Although not surrounded by the for tumor of the throat. Miss Black tue farmers aro very ousy. usual scenes and customs of the times has returned home, much relieved by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vandover spent. the spirit is here Except the operation. Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. for the guard and necessary work this Enumerated below, which Vandever's parents, near Island. is a holiday for the men, and the you will buy this year, and Last week we reported the death Mrs. I). T. Tichcnor is very ill of cooks aro preparing a big dinner for of a son and tho critical Illness of two Influenza. them. No turkey, cranberries, cake mail in to us we will seud othor children of Mr. Luther Miller, Mr. W. A. Brown has bought the etc., but just a big substantial meal you a farm paper 12 months ' 'aI't. John G. Keown speiU Sun- - of Goshen. Another one of Ir. Mi- boat house, formerly owned by Mr. of roast pork and other dishes that The Hartford Republican days with bis family hero. without charge : ller's children died Thursday night,' Arch Patterson, and Is using the ma- go with the army meal. it and tho rest of tho family aro im- terial to build a workhouse on his I have another good companj', Co., JDRUARV 7) lla For S.ile- - First class timothy. proving. Fill DAY farm. "D," this time, but It has been pretty Silos -- . Mrs. Nellie Render, who has been badly shot up on the front. I havo E. D. Cox, Cream Separators.. Mr. Cal P. Keown brought to this very sick, is able to bo out again. Hartford, Ky. not yet been sick a day, or even JU H. & E. K. 11. TIME TAUI.K. :i2M Wagons olllco a garden beet that weighs ten Mr. Harve Condit is contemplating from duty for any cause. No. 116 louth Bound, Buggies Grayson county has started a move- pounds, that was grown on his farm, a trip to Arkansas soon. I suppose the hikes wc mado into ,....9:06 a in. Due at Hartford Cultivators Mr. Gaither Hazellp is having Germany will go down in history ment to establish a loose leaf tobacco near Magan. The stock beet grows No. 114 North Bound, much larger, but thl3 Is one of the lumber sawed preparatory to building along with Sherman's march. We , Disc Harrows 6.4 E p. m. warehouse. Dae at Hartford largest of the ordinary garden variety a house on Mr. Jake Igleheart's mado about two hundred miles, some I (Both "Mixed" Traln.) "A" Harrows farm. days marching twenty-fiv- e or thirty Wanted To buy 1,000 pounds of that wo liavo over soen. ) Riding Plows Miss Kathleen Tichenor has return- miles. The exeprlence has been Tractor Plows AL.UUKT RIAL. Ilnrtroiu, Ky. Duel James, of Rockport, appear- - ed, from Hartford, whero she has worth much, and I am very glad that 2 Walking Plows . . . nil lint'nrn .Tmlfn Pnnk Mnmliiv for nv- - been attending school. I was lucky enough to get with tho News Personal Mr. Ernest Martin and wife, of army of occupation, having missed Mr. An is Wedding, of Narrows, Inmlnlng trlul, on a charge of shoot-wi- ll Shovel Plows inovo to Nowburg, Indiana, nextilng Ellis Douglas, last weok, but tho Cromwell, aro visiting Mr. Martin's the firing lines by only ono day. I Corn Planters and Social Euents, was on my way to the front when the week, whefe ho will ongago In farm- - trial Was continued indefinitely, on parents here. Binders i I Miss Annona Llndlcy, who has been armistice was, signed. lug. account of tho flu ban. Douglas Is Mowing Machines . . attending bchool at LIvermore, spent I hope you and the rest of tho famireported to bo recovering. Hay Rakes ... a Saturday and Sunday at home. ly aro well and en'joying Christmas. -u .......i iuimuh lire rininln iiinnkcnahin is 111 01 ' 'I'll.u lrnlnnli f'hlllml 'limnlmf il Hay Bailers I havo no Idea when we are likely to formerly of Now Ground Plows can't bu beaten. Mr. E. Fi Hocker, influenza i Sold by died InBt week at the home, J. O. ILEK'S COMB DOWN PRICES start home after peace is signed. Grain Drills , Yours, & BUO. W. B. ELLIS of his daughter, Mrs. Hnttlo Nagel, Lime Sowers Leo Hicks is very low of 32t4 FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW Mrs. ALLISON J. BARNETT, at Washington, Ind. Ills remains CASH, CASH AND MORE CASH. Manure Spreaders . . tuberculosis. Capt. 39 Inft. Mr. Mrs. J. It. Plrtlo and llttlo son, woro interred at Leltchficld. Corn Shelters of Mr. bpent tho week end with Hocker was tho father-in-laGo to W. B. ELLIS and Ilro., for Ferdinand, Corn Crushers S?IiS.T." Can pure Hog Lard Kowo, a former foreman of IIKFLIN. 32t4 Mrs. Pirtlo's fnthor, .Mr. D. L. Smith, James ull kinds of feeds. 12.25 Gasoline Engines . . Bbl. Eureka Flour tho Itupubllcau office. In Owenaboro. 1.05 Bag Hen Feed, no grit The farmers are busy burning plant Stoves ... B. ELLIS and BUO., havo tho W Keg Nails 5.25 beds. 3214 Tho Bluo Bird Plow Is ono of tho Miss Mary Sue Johnson, daughter field seeds that grow. $75.00 Monarch Range.. Mrs. Mollio and Dora Patton and best if not tho best Steel Plow on tho of Mr. mill Mrs. Byron Johnson, of In addition to the above Bag Oyster Shell l.io Mrs. Maggie Straube visited tho fami sol- -; market. McIIenry, and Mr. Ira L. Poison, of See Mr. John B. llazcllp, a Horton Bag Mussel Shell 1.15 ly of Mr. Luther Dooley, at Nocreek, we handle a full line of farmW. E. ELLIS & BUO. Salt Lake City, Utah, woro married at dlor boy, has returned from Franco. .1214 25c Thursday. Cans Lyo Hominy, sweet. ers' supplies and we urgently Norfork, Virginia, Jnnuury 25. Mr. 25c Cans Gooseberries Mr. Willam Awkoy, of Mt. Carmel, request Mr. It. I). Walker left Wednesday Poison is in tho United States navy Mr. Joe Roborts, of Fordsvillo, callthat you visit our 50c Til.. Is ;it tlin hedsldo of bis son. Ken- 20c Cans Com Tho young couple will ed on us whllo In town, Wednesday. morning forAkron, Ohio, where ho at present. 50c Leth, who Is vory ill of typhoid, at tho store before buying. 20c Cans Peas will accept employment in an auto- make their homo in tho west. 25c homo of his uncle, Mr. S L. Whit- 15c Cans Pumpkin mobile factory. sale. Suo Good clover hay for GOo Cans Poaches 1.25 i taker. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Miss Beatrice Haynes nnd mother, TICE nUKNS, 50c 20c Cans Kraut jjr, Lonnie Hoover and family, of Mr. Howan Holbrook camo over of Owensboro, cumo over to Hartford, Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dam, Ky. :$0c Bcda, and Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Rubsoll lb. 40c Candy Sunday from Owensboro, to tuko Saturday and returned Sunday. They Cumborland Phono. 10 lbs. Navy Beans 1.25 woro the guests of tho family of Mr. Mr. Alnsley Barnard was in Ow- uhargo of the Bank of Hartford whllo braved tho chanco of 1.10 Silas Shaver, Sunday. a car. 10 lbs. Pink Beans cnsboro on business, the first of tho tho cashier, Mr. Owon Huntor, was roads nnd mado tho trip In 2.50 Mr. Willis Hetlin and family, ot away. Miss Hnynes and her mother have 10 Jbs. 30c Coffee weok. many friends hero who .extend to 3 Packages Arbucklo Coffee.. 1.00 Owensboro, visited Mr. Heflin's broth25c er, Mr. Brlce Hetlin, Sunday. Mr. John May, U. S. Revenue thorn u hearty welcome when tboy 3 Cans Butter Beans Mrs. Frank Black spent tho week 25c 6 Boxes Macaroni Mrs. Mary Drake, of Nelson, who was in town tho first of tho visit tho town. end with tho family of Mr. Bernard Agonts, 10c off on Brooms and Mops. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. The Successful Farmers Al weok looking after income taxpayers. Owensboro. Felix, In GOOD PRICES ON GALV. TUBS. Pearlio Thomasson, for the past fow Ho does not find them numerous In A potltlon was filed with tho cirways Have Good Hogs. days, returned to her homo, Friday. cuit court Tuesday morning, asking Misses Addle Tunstall and Antha Hartford. Mr. Caney Davis and family, of ) Get The visitfor an inquiry Into tho sanity of tho Al RARNKTT'H CHRISTMAS Bennett, of Barretts Ferry, are LETTER TO GRANDMA Nocreek, visited Mr. Robert Johnson's Mr. Bruno Frey, of Toll City, Indi- Row O. W. Gordon, of Prentiss. Rev. n Louisville. ing friends family Sunday. ana, visited friends in tho county Gordon is an excellent citizen and has Mr, und Mrs. Carl Renfrew and litMr. Allison J. Barnett wrote, Nail returned Wednesday last week. Mr. Frey rocontly mov- beon a minister in tho Baptist church Mr. Iva deceased wife's ed to tho Indiana city from Narrows, for many years. Ho Is eighty years Christmas morning, a letter to his tle daughter, Mary Lucile, of Beda, from a visit with his In thin county. old, and his mind has becomo en- grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Bennett, vlsltod Mr. and Mrs. Lute Easterday, relatives at Smith's Grovo. feebled as the result of weakness duo which wo aro pleased to reproduce Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Shown, ot for tho readers of tbo Republican, of Just received a car load of Colum- to old ago. Carter, of Coutertown, m vW??mw5rrtTr7vSaIC' Mr. John which Mr. Barnott "wm formerly edi- neur Hartford, visited Mrs. Shown's whoro ho will bus road wagons. It in need of a i' has gone, to Owensboro, slstor, Mrs. Ausel Patton, Tuesday. tor. County Attorney A. D. Kirk left first class road wagon call on, ongago in tho barber's trade. Some Mr. Nathan Montgomery, wife and Another lot of Pigs. December, 25 Monday evening. Ho declined to bo LUTHEJt CH1NN. I awoko this I llttlo daughter visited Mrs. Mont nice My Dear Grandma: placo Interviewed In regard to tho Beaver Dam, Ky. females and service Miss Sarah Heavrln, of Horso Wilnnd purposo of his journoy. Wo do morning to find tho ground, trees gomery's paronts, Mr. and Mrs Branch, was the guest of Mr. and boars. Pedigree with all Mr. Tloa Burns U buying a consid- not know whothor'thero Is a woman and mountains ot Germany covered liam Straubo, Sunday. Mra. M. L. Houvrin lost wook. Something "is going to happan. Stock. U on erable quantity of tobaoco lu tho ter- in the oaso or It it is a on so in court. with snow, lust us it usually got Ohrlstmaa day in tho Stata. It I Look out glrlal Mr. Hipaloy Rigga, LOYALL P. BENNETT, Magic Poultry and Stook Toiilea, al- ritory about Hartford. Mr. Burns The boat information we could Poultry and Stuek built a vrarehouM Uery in the tall out of him ww n wattage to cpavay a different Chriatmaa from what I oa ot Ualln's wellknovm bwhaJora. Notary Public, so il. A. Thomas' and'H well prepared to handle Jil to Jtidga OOQk that ho wWd return, baYH ovor epaat before, being rtg'it h." purch&bed oomo fine furnitra Sold by Homodloa. Hartford, Ky., R. 7. country wilWuc tvK lu the an amy a purchaie. within a fow days. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 32t4 $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 : E. P. BARNES & BR0. ar Beaver Dam, Ky. I days-befor- ce Muslin Underwear Sell Your Tobacco! VEACHEL WESTERFIELD, 2-- 7kz&l&Co, --- IfYoi Will Check Any of Articles to-da- H ab-fce- nt a .... H -- ! .'.... .... q I mld-wint- OH! I SEE! I o. I, c. igK T',"T"V?T7, '1ITnT-- T MpMtMMiH 'll"ll"HT.WiW)fy!,'),ll'Mlf '5 T.-i- , WW X f QUESTIONS ANSWKIIKD. Qucs. How can Ink stains bo ont of linen? Ans. For ordinary Ink Btalns rub with lemon Juice. If this docs not romovo stain dissolve one part oxalic ncld In two parts water and rub well with a soft cloth. Ho stiro to wash nnd rlnso well afterward as acid Injures fibers of cloth. Ink NfnliM On Jjlnen. tnk-c- n Informed. Men mny ho discharged on their own application If there Is sickness or other distress In their families or In case thoy aro needed to resume employment In nn Industry or occupation In which there Is urgent need of their services, provided that such dlscharco will not disrupt or crlpplo an existing organization and that nrriiy services of men who apply for dlschnrgo can be spared. Mending Cracked ltiihltrr Hoot. Trtwldcnt May Sock Olllco Third Time Qucs. Is thero any good way to any law that would Qucs. Is there prevent Wilson from being nominated mend a cracked rubber boot? If so, Ans. how 'and with what materials? Ans. for a third term as president? Usually when rubber boots start to No. crack they aro not worth mending, ltubbor patches can he put on with 1'hotogrnphs to Men In France. kodak pictures bo sent cement, samo ns automobile tires aro Qucs. Can not always In letters to soldiers In Franco and patched, but results nro any extra postage required on let- reliable or satisfactory. Cement nnd Js ters containing such pictures? Ans. patching material can bo obtained bicyPictures, unmounted, can be sent in from dealers In automobiles or postage cle supplies. Instructions arc furthis way, only regular lettor nished with cement for using it. Ticing required. m whllo slow lacerations wero most common nnd tho usefulness of being It has long been known that n high conscious of them In the keen way speed bullet may plerco a mnn, nnd of pain Is easily seen. Such Is tho insensibility of tho hucnuso so llttlo pain, that ho Is unof tho wound, whereas a man organism to an uncommon form conscious slower bullet would cnuso extrcmo or Injury that, according to this phyi pain. An explanation of this Is found slcl.m, n "devise of exquisitely Sharp by u noted surgeon through his re- knives driven at superlatively high searches Into tho evolution of actions speed might cut tho body to pieces without causing any pain whatever." nnd responses. s During the long courso of developIndigestion ment of man nnd his ancestors, swift piercing nnd laceration of such ns inTako a row closes of Chamberlain's bullet, wero Tablets as directed for indigestion, flicted by a high-spee- d not encountered, nnd hence no pain and you will noon forget about your reaction against them would evolve, stomach troubles. Try It. in TACTS AllOUT PAIN. DIRECTORY Judge CIRCUIT COU11T. H. W. Slack, Owensboro. Cuiu'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Col P, Kcown, HKAVKIl DAM. Ch'm'n. Uonrd W. T. McKenno?. Clerk U. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. F. Slovens. ft-- i J FonnsvitiU'. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. 11. Jonet. Clerk 0la Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. Hnrtford. I LIVER DIDN'T AST 1st Monday In March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. OKKICIAIi HCIIOOIj CAI.KXI1MC lilt Monday In July 12 dnyg Comity Hoard of Kdiicatlou. Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday In September E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. lloovor, HartCivil. 4th Monday In November 12 days ford, Ky. Dlv. No. W. Duff, FordsTllle, Com'th. nnd Civil. 20. Si - t Vi Ml 1 Sons of The Qucs. Please tell mo how many FOR FLETCHER'S of Germany has .jsons the ' -- anil whether any of thorn were killed six sons. in the war. Ans. Ho has Slil'KK.KPPKMNS All of them, like their father, kept KT AVOItliIVS 11KST parts of war way from dangerous tone, and none wero killed. London. Fob. 1. Naval authori ties announce that tho 'rigid airships Origin Of Negroes. n type now under of tho Ques. Where did the negro origi construction In Great Britain will he nate? Ans. Original home of race at least twice as good as anything is bellved to have been all of Africa Hrltaln now possesses and "probably outh of Sahara, India south of superior to any other airships in the plains, Malaysia and greater world." part of Australia. Altho no details of these new nlr-- i ships have been made public, the naCamels In Sahara Desert. val authorities say the German modQues. Are camels still used to have a capacity ern Ans. Yes; cross the Sahara desert? approximately 2,000,000 cubic feet of railroads have been built only across of gas and possess a range of action hort expanses projecting from desert rom 4,000 to S.000 miles with a maxproper. imum full speed of about 7fi miles an hour and the ability to rise to a Kour Greatest Umpires. height of about 20,000 feet. Ques. Please name the four greatIt is claimed that the rigid air est empires In the world. Ans. Un--t- il ships now in use or about to bo con- the war upset the world, breaking striiced could, in settled weather. up some of the greatest European na- cross tho Atlantic and return with tions, four greatest empires were: out decendlngs. ' British empire, Russia, Germany and Austria-Hungar- y. Now probably Gas In the stomach or bowels Is a only Great Drltian, Japan and Tur-tc- y disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv can bo called empires, though er. To get rid of it quickly take final status of latter is uncertain. liver Heroine. It is a marvelous stimulant and bowel purifier. Price & Why Civil War So Called. Sold by Ohio County Drug 60c. Qucs. Why is the war of the re- Company. bellion, 1S61 to 1S65, called the Civil -war. Ans. Iiecauso it was a con- PKKIHCTS WOItlil) PWMIMTIOX. flict between two sections of the country. Any war between differSpeaking In Washington, a few ent sections or parties of the samo evenings ago William Jennings Bryan country or nation is called civil war. said he believed the time had come when the fight for prohibition should States- Sow In Union. "If democbu made international. Ques. 1. How many States aro racy is going to be what It ought to there in tho Union? Ans. 4S. Ques lie it has got to be a democracy of 2.What was the last state admitted? sober people," he said, "with tho banAns. Arizona, admitted Feb. 14. ner of prohibition flying Just beneath 1912. Ques. 3. Has Alaska ever the Stars and Stripes wo will invito Ans. No. been admitted? As a first Ithe world to Join us." step toward carrying tho fight for 'I lie Swiss Military System. prohibition to foreign lands the NaQues. Pleasu explain the Swiss tional Dry Federation, of which Mr. military system that we hear so fre- Uryan was president, was changed quently mentioned In connection with olllelally to the "International Prohi proposed changes in our military bition Federation." ao .system. Ans. Serviee in national Surireons agree that in cases of militia on which Switzerland depends for defense is universal and compul- - i Cuts, Hums, Urulses and Wounds tho sory. few being exempted except for FIrt Treatment is most important, Men rejected or When an Efficient antisoptic is physical disability. aro required to pay certain j piled promptly, thore is no danger taxes in lieu of service In army. Ma- - j of infection and tho wound begins bllity to service extends from 17th to to heal at once. For uso on man or end of 18th year, actual service be-- I beast. Horozono Is tho Ideal Antlsepuuy it now r.r 50. First 12 years tic anti tieaung Agent, rmn virniinr are spent In llrst lino called "Au&zug" and be ready for an emergency. Price or "elite," next eight In "landwohr" 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by in linil remaining eight in "lnndsturm." Ohio Co. Drug Company. m In case of cavalrymen service is 11 imOUTII HHOKKV. years in auszug and 12 years In land-jvch- r. men who All in landsturm are Two Jews wero on a Journey on a have undergone some military trainyou anyIs made up hot summer day. "Havo ing. Unarmed landsturm thing with you Mathlas?" asked one. of all other males from 20 to 50 "Yes, a hottlo of wine. What have years of ago who can be made availyou, Moses?" able for any kind of "Dried tongue." services. Initial training of soldiers "Good! We'll dlvldoour proviIs given In recruits' schools, periods 05 days for infantry, engineers sions." being Matthias produced his wlno and it and foot artillery, 75 days for Hold his 90 days for cavalry. was divided. Then ho asked artillery and fellow traveler to brJng out his proSubsequent trainings, called "repetition courses," aro given during 11 visions. "I?" said Moses. days each year for seven year.s "Why, yes the dry tongue you said After in case of cavalrymen. eight you had." this all under rank of sergeant ara "I havn't got ono now," was tho Landwohr excused from attendance. cool reply. Hoston Transcript. men aro called out but once Tor traino ing; this extends over a period or 11 WHAT SHK WAS LOOKING FOIt army is days. Administration of partly in hands of cantonal authori(Portland Telegram.) ties who promote ollleers up to rank o A man hurriedly entered a Federal government of captain. to rind an address in the tele-phomakes all higher appointments and Is directory, but ho found a lady concerned with all genernl questions. bludylng tho book very Intently. Ho for mobiNumber of men available waited patiently for a whllo, but sho lization before tho war was approxi- seemed no nearer tho object of her j oxcluslvo of about mately 200,000 seurcii, uuu as ins iiuiu was iiiuuuu 60,000 in organized landsturm. he finally ventured: "If you aro In no great hurry, ItHiirn or U.S. Soldiers. madamo, would you bo so kind as to How soon aro our soldiers Quos. allow mo to glance lu that book for overseas to return to their homes? J Hit a moment?" Ans. War dupartmont says men "Oh cortainly," replied tho lady, conure hoinn ruturnoil as rapidly as "I was Just looking It ovor to find a dition permit. Commanding teener-u- l pretty name for my baby." of xpedltlonury force determines . . . be vhen particular onfauUaUontj MdvuutHgiMiualy raturnetl. As soon FOR FLETCHER'S ug orcaniutlQMS nro OtutgMted for jetmu the public lu U. S., aio ul ouvu super-ZeppeliIndo-Oangelc supor-Zeppclins ed ! nt post-of-llc- Children Cry C ASTO R A COUKT. Moets llrst Monday In each month. Judgo Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Dlankenehip. Shcrlrr S. A. Hratchcr. 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved Says Superintendent E. S. Howard. After a Few Doses of t. Jailer Worth Tichenor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. 3. Moxloy. ' Coroner E. P. Hodpors. Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful use hai Hlgglnbotbam, of this town, enyrv "At FISCAL COURT. my age, which Is 65, tho liver, does mado Thedford's a Moets Tuesday after flrrt Monday not act so well as when young. A few standard, household remedy. Every In .January, April and October. member, of every family, r.t tlmee, 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, years ago, my stomach was nil out of Houto 3. need the help that can 2nd District fix. I was constipated, my liver give In cleansing Sam L. Stevens, Beavthe system and re-- ' er Dam. didn't act My digestion was bad, and Hevlng the troubles that como from 3rd District O. B. Ilrown. Rlmmnn. It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, 1th District G. W. Howe, Contcr-el- c petite was gone. I was very weak... You cannot keep well unless your ' town. I decided I would give Black- - stomach, liver and bowels are In good 'c,n 1,str,ct W. C. Dnugherty.Balzc Draught a thorough trial as I knew It TiorMng oruer. icep mem that way. flth t6wn. District W. was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, 7th District B. S. Dean, Dundee. F. Rico, Fordsrille. trouble. I began taking It. I felt gently and in a natural way. If you ,8th District B. C. Hhoades, Hartbetter after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, tako a dose tonight. ford, Route G. Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tonorrow. Prico IIAKTKOni). bowels acted naturally and the least 25c a package One coat Mayor J. E. Bean. trouble wu aoon righted witk a few XH. drnxiia Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Ujco' I DIGESTION M0 Black-Draug- COUNTY Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, MM Ky. Dlv. No 4 llobert Goff, Itoslne, Ky. DIr. No. 5 Otis H. Stcvons, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lludloy, Contor-towKy. Time of Mooting 1st Monday la February; lit Monday In April; 1st Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday in December, County Hoard of Examlnors 1919 K. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Kills Saade-fu- r, W. 8. Hill. Jnn. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvillc. May, 9 and 10 Common school Beaver Dam nnd Forilsvllle. May 16 and 17 County teachers' (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. Juno, 20 nnd.21 County and Slnto teachers' examination (white) Fords-vlll- o. n, Black-Draugh- ft Black-Draught- xril Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- t. June, 27 and 28 County and state teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. July, Ohio County Institute. Hartford. 7-- Tread KOCKPOHT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Hushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. Sept.. Sept. ford. 19 and 20 County anil State teachers' examination, 2G (whlto)-Hartford- . nnd 27 County and State Hart-- I .teachers' examination (colored) Get Wast and Avoi the Genu ineHVl L4r.fW4 UKICV Every Cake iGS2WW iTWft W 3 1 fi tfatfWE-B- n ir w . e TZJF2&in Surcccil wnen evcrythircft ilse fails. In rcivr.ui prostration anJ ftm&le vcaVncsst the nto tSe Kuprrtnr tencdj', ai thousands have testified. raers Li BUSINESS I P'OSITIO'N 19 FOR Klt3NY,LIVER AND bTOMACH TROUBLE ft - the bcit mudJcino ever SOU If you take tho Drnnebon Tralnltii;, tho ilninj; that l'tnlnom ni"ii In.iorwi. You can tako it ut college or lu mcM. 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Sni& Eufcru C&it Dullness, Short Hand, Type Writing ind Telegraph r jl j nu 014 ana tnjiuntiai flnllrrrfl ran An marh fnr roust ttatco4tTid towar ! fciirlniE a Aigk talarutt jwWtlon. )fploniaawardol Kpeclal Ourofor " USELIV-VER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. T ' NEW NOT SOLD U N,D E MAsWt QUALITY.! THE SEWINC OF n j R ANY OTHER HOME There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy-dut- y vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire. Among these good tires you will find exactly the treads best suited to your car and your driving conditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will gladly point them out to you. NAME. Feci rfRht all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for daya by taking calom when pleasant Liv- - Vet'Lax keeps yot WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, whiloreliovlngyour trou,b If you purchase the NKU' HOM1'. you will Je. Safer too, and easy to take. DonA a life asset tako anything else. You can't afTort linvohavo an end at tho price you ay, and will loss clmln of rejwlrg. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bj'b not tern and rclievca constipation. A nat Quality ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its cllcct ami certain in results. It Considered wiF, I "St I ,"t I bo long before Liv- - Vc-La- x won't completely displace calomel in ever it is t'" homo Children can tako it freely an? with perfect safety. Every bottle vxiar ChcujA.$; snteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles.' Non in the eat) genuino without tho likeness and sign turo of L, K. Grigsby. For sale by to buy. i tl. W1L.UAMB. . HutforA Kl sewing machine, wrlto for. It .ou wunt a ear latcit catalogue beforo you purchan). F l(Sfr,"in'is United States Tires are Good Tires ! 9sst GE5wi?lvL tS&M'? XtXiIUEilS A WILL YOU TAKE OUR A Treafmenl Tbe New Home Sewins Machine Co., Orange, Mas fEvory Woman. Wants"5 for WEAK 01 LUNGS CONSUMPTION lu .... OMl&ren Cry 'FOR ONElitcJ,MONTH fcellne A qjlclt rrllcf tor tliat cougbi, pains In clickl. oieht ii.ve.iu. Iirmot veuk luuu or ouun.ptiun. li It dots set htlp you It col yeu Dolkius. rhaut, i FOR TERSONAL HYG1CNB Dissolved In water for douches ttopp pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam-mntioRecommended Ly Lydia E. Finldiam Med. Co. for ten ycari, A hc.ilina wender for na- -I c- tarrh, toro tliroat and sore yes Kconomlr o?. n. - x? CASTORIA OHIO MbUIUAL UU. Lock box Oi e Km suimAmryacJcwui. COLUMBUS O ,3ai?1Srf'W K.riJ " IMIlt VUliU..,. .IK.I(U. IMau.I,Vt f mmJ gcmaciiitt' ivwrr. of $275.31 and you havo a grand pront for tho boys of J2.2CC.C4 from 33 acres of land and 23 small pigs. "Htnoko Screen" Hnves Potatoes. A member of tho farm buroau In 3i Children Cry for Fletcher's 111 IK 1 Hardin county, Ohio, saved a field of lato potatoes from frost last fall by tho use of a smudge. Tho hail mado practically no growth during July and August becauso of dry weather, but woro maturing In good shapo when, on tho night of September 21, tho temperaturo dropped below freezing point. Preparations had boon mado for just such an emergency. Haled straw had been placed in readiness, and at 10:30 that night tho fires were started. It was found that a heavy smoko could bo made by using wet straw nfter the flame had been applied. Fires wero kept burning in 102 places, nnd It is estimated that 10 tons of straw were used. Tho entlro field was kept covered with smoke, nnd nfter the sun had been up a fow hours tho following day it was plain that tho potatoes had been saved. The potatoes green until October 1. Other foliage, not completely covered with smoko, was killed by tho frost. 20-ac- ro po-ato- cs lxxxxccccNNxxsc!C!C sss The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and - jCJ&fflyZjfaj- sonalhas been made under his per-suPervJs,on Elnce its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- ? - - cd Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty ycqr3 it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is C ASTORIA V Ut. Pruning Kliudo Trees. Mississippi: "Please Inform me the most suitable time for pruning can't help cutting loose joy'us shade trees." everv time vou flush your Shade trees can bo pruned If needed at any time from the fall of tho hits 'i nil' smokespot with Prince corrtiM ' HUU II' '" r leaf till the buds swell in the spring. JI.J. Kejnohls '111 P you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy Tobacu) Co''11' Winter pruning of trees tends to proninft nnd ciVarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy Summer mote growth in summer. 1 ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fou- r pruning is a check to growth. In removing a limb of any size note care It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastu- re fully the ring or creases in tho bark I to give you more For, P. A. is trigger-read- y near tho fork with tho treo body. If you cut Insldo this ring you will run tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecaroer. tho risk of having a decayed hollow because has the quality. made. 1 you cut far outside this Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down ring you will lcavo a stump that tho oite your tongue or parch your throat. that P. A. did bark will not grow over. Therefore will! For, our exclusive patented process cut just outsido tho rings of bark And, tongue! and tho bark will close over tho cut cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails in a year or so. In cutting off a limb Toppy red bagt, tidy red tin, handsome pound and half pound tin growing out nearly horizontally bo and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with humidors careful to first saw on tho under side moistencr top that h.ceps the tobacco in such perfect condition. sponge and then cut from above. It you saw N. C. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salethe limb only from above you will havo It fall and strip down the bark on the under side and make an ugly farm labor will depend to a consid- place on tho body of the tree. Paint erable oxtont on the wages that wo the cut place with white lead and oil arc able or think we will bo able, to colored to make it less consplclous. pay. Certain it Is that farm wages will not soon. If ever, go back to preUefore the wnr the United States war scale. Men who havo been coax- was dependent upon Holland and othed away by er European countries for practically Huy Plant Foods Cheap nnd Sell High deficiency or excess of any of the eleIn machine shops and munition all of its bulbs. That may never be good cultiva- ments of food may result in serious Jobs Deep plowing nnd factories will he slow in coming back true again. Tho United States Detion; winter breaking and cover dlgestlvo disturbances. a partment of Agriculture, at its bulb Mineral material or ash is need- to eropaotho.r .than legumes, plowed basis, even though furni at Bellingham, Wash., has dein proper propo'rtoif if tho aninials under, do not add any plant foods to ed money thoy may be able to save moro species of commercial tho soil. Thoy add nothing, but thoy aro to continuo to grow and remain by so doing. But if wages remain veloped several bulbs to such an extent that tho good health. The necessity of changu tho form of what is already in high so also must the price of wheat, stock produced has proved superior imin tho soil. More of tho plant foods bulk in tho ration is of more cabbage, apples and all other cropi imported stock of tho same spein tho soil aro mado available and portance than most people imagine. which requlro labor for their produc to more aro uhcd by tho crops, becauso In fact, most of tho trouble oxperienc-- ! tion. Wo can hardly expect Congress cies. Wrger crops aro grown. These ed In hog feeding has been caused by or the President to set maximum or ! Suc- Saving Fertility Means Saving Money practices tako plant foods from tho rations lacking proper' bulk. minimum prices after tho war-tim- e My experience in farming has object of fanning. culenco Is another feature which noccsslty of stimulating production soli, but that Is the Tho more plant foods which can be should not bo lacking In the ration. has passed. Wo must come back to 'taught mo the vital importance of taken from tho soil in large crops, the Feeds containing excessive quantities la supply and demand or a cost of saving fertility at home. For the .of barnyard manuro and the nibetter the farming; but good farm- of dry. woody fiber, unless accompani production basis. Production costs ed by some form of succulent forage, trogen of legumes are valuable not stop there. ing docs not so many varying factors stomach nnd intestinal dopend on only in furnishing food for tho growIt plant foods aro taken from tho produce that in timo of flux llko tho present ing crops but also in building up the Moldy feeds frequently largo crops and Bold at high troubles. soils in they aro hard to determine. Supply prices, thon, Just ordinary commou produco forage poisoning. Excessive and demand will ultimately have full laud. By tho rotation of leguminous sense should dictate to any farmer quantities of ergot In grain fod a certain sway as in the past. timo will produce crops on my land, 1 eliminate the that ho must in time replace theso necessity of purchasing that most explant foods at a lowor cost than ho diseases. received for thorn when sold in crops, Somd feeds, as for example cotton- 5177,800 Siivctl By Selling Slacker pensive clement of fertilizer, nitroHens. gen. After turning under these or his fertility will decrease, his land? seed meal, prove to bo very satisfacA saving of $177,80G worth of crops the land is well sprinkled with refuse to glvo him large crops, and tory and economcal when fed in reahis business fall. sonable quantities to certain animals, grain was effected by tho culling out lime to sweeten the soil. For this counties purpose, I haul llmo soil by tho hut if Inrger quantities uro fed may of slacker hens in forty-fiv- e Young nnd Old. result in sickness or even death. Any of Missouri as tho result of a poultry-cullin- g wagon load from a near-b- y llmo hill. Clubs Help campaign conducted by tho Tho stables are kept littered with Tho men and .women who organ- sudden changes In feeds, such as from girls' clubs strlvo to In- dry to wet feed, or an abrupt Intro- United States Department of Agr- an abundance of leaves or fine straw, ize hoys' and e. in order to savo every particle of literest and train tho youth .of the duction of fresh, green grain, tends iculture and tho State Collego of Tho demonstrations wero quid or solid manure. Tho stalls aro to derange digestion, produoo colic country in bettor methods of A to- cleaned frequently. For garden pur and bettor homomnklng. Tho nnd othor stomach and Intestinal dis- nttonded by 17,145 porsons. orders, particularly among horses tal of 7.3S3 hens examined, which re- poses I compost somo of tho manure lovoloplng generation is glvon an and spirit that in many cases Stock is sometimes poisoned through sulted in tho elimlnat'.-M- i of 282,-69- 8 in a broad, flat heap, well layered hens that other- with dry leaves. However, tho most havo not only spurred thorn to high excess of piles of ltmo, paint cans, or wise would Uavo been pormittcd to of tho manuro is hauled directly to undoavor hut havo causod tliolr el- fresh paint on walls. remain on tho farms as consumers tho fields nnd spread evenly over tho ders to adopt bettor methods of farmof grain. Tho estimated saving prob- land. 1 never make compost piles ing and housekeeping. Texas Claims VIj; Club Champion. Williamson, County, Toxas, claims ably is too low, as it was assumed for tho field crops. Not only would tho national pig club champion, ac- that each culled hen would havo paid that method bo very expensive, but I Standard Breeds of Ducks. Thero aro 11 standard breeds of cording to tho local county agent: for her lcoop after February 1, which have found that tho best crops aro mado when tho manuro Is hauled ducks which havo been admitted to Tho namo of tho clnimont is Elton is probably not tho caso. from the stablo to Jhe field, whore Perfec- Savtor, who started with a tho American Standard of it can get busy feeding tho plants. tion. Thoso may bo divided into 3 sow pig, selected from a famous herd :W Acres, il.'J Pigs, Olvo Hoys $i By practicing crop rotation, thero is Poland China classes: (1) tho meat class, including registered Twonty-thro- o boys undor 1C years always a place whoro the manuro can tho Pokln, Aylesbury, Muscovy, Rou- in Kansas. It cost $25. Tho first en, Cayuga, Buff, and Swedish; (2) littor from this sow was 11 pigs or ago, in Haywood county, Tonn., pig ho spread and its valuable humus in tho egg class, which Includes tho In- which wero sold, whon thoy wero six club, ouch bought a pig. Tho averago corporated into tho soil instead of dian runner and (3) tho ornamoutnl mouths old and weighed 2,2331b, for weight' of tho pigs was 78 pounds. being leached away by rain water class, composed of tho Call, tho Crest- $G27.8G. From tho second littor of Most of thorn woro registered. In from piles in tho barnyard. Tho hon houses are cleaned fro- ed whlto, and tho Black East India. 12 pigs tho boy sold 9, for which ho 180 days thoy produced a gain of Adding fSDOO, the 2CG pouuds each, at a cost for feed of quontly and tho manure from tho' "puddlo" duck roceived ?225. Tho common is kept on many farms in the middle amount refused for tho sow, and 10 cents n pound, Thcso pigs at flock of 150 fowls i3 also spread on tho feed bill of $172, tho tho timo of the local pig club show tho land. West and South nnd is gonorally of As a largo percentage of potash gain was $1,052.35, which was tho wore worth 1G conts a pouud at meat small size, a poor layer, and nu and llmo is contained in wood ashes, profit mado in 15 mouths on an initial 'prlcos, making a profit of 4 typo of markot duck. cents Four of Elton's 'a pound averaging a not return to I am careful to havo tho contents of tho Muscovy, all of our eco- investment of ?2G. ovor tho flolds. nomic broods of ducks aro said to follow club members made a profit loach boy of $11.97 over cost of all our ash cans By saving all availahlo homo fertilhavo originated from tho Mallard, or of ovor $500; eight, over $250; nnd food a total gain for tho club of izer humu3 in manuro, nitrogen Jn cloven, over $100 out of one sow pig i $275.31. .common wild duck. I each lu tho past year. seo what tho corn club In tho legunio crops, potash in ashes, (tow, dono:Thlrty-tbre- o groatly roduco fertilizer oxponses. To eamo community has Feeding For Health. boys, 1G and undor, oach culti- niako a comploto fertilizer, I havo to I ''arm Ijiihor. Asldo from tho coinmunlcablo buy only ono element, acid phosphate, certain.-Tha- t vated one aero of corn, according to Of ono thing wo may bo k will diseases, tho owner of cheapest of tho com13 that tho supply of farm labor instructions furnished by' tho county and it is (ho greatest losses can bo find that hi3 avorago of 53.1 mercial fertilizers. traced to tho diseases and conditions this year will bo somewhat greater agent, produced an arising from somo form of abuso of than last year, though probably not bushels to tho aero at $1.40 a bushel Duck Population. tho Btomacha and intestinos of his equal to tho supply boforo tho war. 'soiling price $74.48 making a to According to tho census of 1910 uu a result of lmporpor feed- Nor will tho need for farm labor bo tal production for all of $2,457.81. unimals cents thero were 2,000,525 ducks in tho time, for wo Cost of raising corn was 27 ing. Tho propor balancing of ra- co great as in pre-wthoroforo, has a material inllu-nc- o havo learned how to use power ma- a bushel, or a total cost of $477 51, United States, valued at $1,GG7,1G4, tions, upon tho health of stock. Con- chinery to a surprising degreo of ef- leaving a clear profit of $1,980.33, showing u docroase In mimbor of Now add to this tho pij; club profits nearly 40 per cent as compared with tinued feeding oi a ration having a fectiveness. 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"" t,"T""i ;..;' M " TT riT Mfct " " 4aMMlabMMii w5ifwR5HPpp!flltWvWWWWWWWfWWS(Etfli X- - BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (ny. I. U. Clnlrc.) A Louisville market report says Is wenker, but it shorcly wasn't Qtiotln' the bonrdlu' house kind. I 4, $ SPEND LESS Than You Make And butter llein' married don't keep mo from glttln lots of letters from, tho girls, but they air nil for publication. higher. Liquor went up quart Inst week. The cost of llvin Is goin' a heap 80 cents a 1 The food profiteers ortcr ralso a sky high monument to that feller Hoover when ho dies, for holdln' up the country while they went through Its pockets. Bank The Difference THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU ! ! Ad Howard Is plnyln' ndvnnce Ho Is agent for womons' rights. a wearin' of a wrist watch. It was funny that Illlllo Ilryan would let Woodrow beat him to it with that leaguo of nations pipe dream. Governor Stanley has saved the State a sight of money lt would n had to paid out for grub If he hadn't pardoned nearly all tho criminals out of the penitentiary. Congress Is foolln' away a lot of time while tho boss is proddin' with his fourteen pints. Ku-ro- BANK OF HARTFORD i 2 Thirty-Si- x Years in Business j 2 Tho ban on church mcetlns' is belli submitted to by most folks with becomin' christian resignation. The war beln' over won't put the 5 powder works all out of commission. The girls will still use it. Tho statesmen of forty years hence may not boast over boin' raised in a log cabin but he can brag about crankln a Ford. m 4ft THE RIFLE STRENGTH OF ARMIES COMPARED "Side Turned For Allies In May And Rose Rapidly Ij I: olllcers nnd men, including ISAV DENNETT WHITES SIKTKlt, MItH. . liAKE t&c Marino Corps on duty with tho array in Europe. A statistical table ww.de public today by tho War Dusen, Germany. Dec. 22. I gives this figure. Dear Sister: As I have a bit of feaelnded In the table is a compara- - time wln attempt to wlrto you a few tiro statement of the strength of Al- - Hneg JIavo not hear,t (rom you or Hob Gcnnan forces on the West- - any one for more than ' a month, vm. Trout by months, beginning April thin. thu niaU ia (jetting, misplaced m H,i3J, showing that on July 1 for or something. How are you all? litmus. the Hvst tluie the Allied "rifle suppose all back home are bavfug Two elegant homes in Hartford, srtmngtb" exceeded that of tho Ger- - j,j.lns tor a hjK Christmas, but I have Ky., for 3alo at a bargain if taken ' wsas. none, know it will not seem like at once. All modem improvements Jja ride strenglh, vlm-h me.sin men Christmas to me. Fine Trnter. On and convenience. "standing In the trenches teatiy to go rjou't think I ever told you I was. a popular street. See mo at once. n the top with tho bn:oii.-t.the front, but was Tor seven weeks, JNO. 15. WILSON'. Allied total on July 1 was 1 "SOJi.-- jwas jn my first battle on Sept. 2Cth., twrajured with 1, 41o,(J0it for the Ger- - wns jn actlon when firing ceased, and, Fiscal Court Calls &. jbolievo mo, It was a hard old life. Did Road Tax Election a November 1, when tho vivxivj't not get a scr.rtch, but sometime I had been exhausted and hl,U(r5t wished I could get wounded, to lmat-1In- ti strength reducod by alwit j Ket ,acj- - to tne hospital, and tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, Regular ball, 1 he Allies had a rifle strength f .worst of ltfs, we have had nearly as Term, January 23rd. 1919. 3,fl$,000, representing odds of il hard u life over Bince wo quit flring. On motion of Esq. Q. ft. Ilrovn, It quit firing Is ordered that the question of voting of two U one-.Tuat a few days after 1. nsThe A nerl Tir.3 Ifioui wo started ou our march to thu a tax of tho sum of TTrenty (20) to arrie, the Allied superior- lthino, tho first week was not so bad, conts ou tho One Hundred (8100.00) ity showed a continued growth over but after that It was raining, and Dollars worth of all property susliject . who had lr(.p'l n nothing but rain and mud, rain and by law tcfijcal taxation, under Section 3? . 1 o a htrongth of SHo.oi-oJ&mWL-O- r mud, all tho way Wo woro four 157 a. of tho Constitution, for tho great German drive was weeks on tho march, about 165 miles, improvement and construction ot tho Vfcen the lmcSied lu tho spring of 1918 tho crossed nolglum', Luxemburg and public roads and bridges of the countawny liad a definite superiority of then into Germany, over the lthino ty, bo submitted totho voters of Ohio approximately.. 20 ..,per eont, the tig and now wo aro . about 29 miles bo- - County. Said tax to be levied each . . ..... ii f Allfwl " jyonu, fciauonou in a nine oiu uar- - year for flvo consoctuttve years imwhs lor April i hiiuwiub mi Ger- - ,nan town whore thero is nothing at mediately following riBc strength of 1,245,000 and a said election. MWitutnl of 1.5C9.000. The Germans an to buy. no placo to go, yet that The taxes to be trollected1 and accouut-.- d reached their maximum Juno 1 with ' huuiuihilu so bad If wo woro getting for by tho Sheriff, nt the same time 3,33.O00, while tho Alllos reached pionty to cat, but wo aro not. I am and In die same manner and by the Urir maximum on September 1 with ,noro ,nSKuisted now than I have ever samo process, that ho collects taxes, beon sinco I havo beon in tho army and an. election IS hereby ordered to 1.M2.000 The Bieanlng of the rlllo strength, Some of the fellows think vo will bo b8 heli. throughout Ohio County, lu wpan which the lalilo Is based, is homo by spring, but I think It will bo all the voting precincts therein, on tho 3&it clear by tho fact that an Amcrl-ca- a July, or porhnys long after. Wo can't ith., day of Starch. 1919, upon the division with a total strength toll. Tho Germans treat us bottir proposition ot whether or not a or approximately 27,000 fighting mon than tho French did. Don't think I property tax. of Twenty (20) cents over want to see anything In France ou each Lt rated an 12,250 rifles. (100.00) DoTha department's table Bhows that again, In fact I don't hayo nnydoHiro llars worth of proporty In Ohio Coun tha niah of Amorican troops to Ku-ro- p to ever sou any thing ou tills sldu of ty, shall bo levied for flvo (5) eon- when tho Gorman groat drive tho Ocean again. I havo been nick soe.ttivu yxara uast Immediately folveajs launched not only succooded in for a month, not onongh though to lowing said election, including tho tiaJdaK good all Allied fosses from get off duty. This is a torriblo pluco, year 1919, for tho purpose of Improvmoatb to month at the front, but rains nearly every day and mud every ing and constructing, either or both, rieadlly Increased tho strength of tho whore. Has not boon vory cold yet, the roads and bridges ot tho County. Said election to be advertised, helti Allied armies uetually ongaged. Fig-u- rt but they say lt gota real cold after on tho hundreds of thousands of ChriBtmas. Hope It does not this time and conducted In tho manner and according to tho Bovoral provisions and Aawrieans who wore In training ho- as it is bad enough now. Write soon and don't expect much requirements of tho laws ot tho Comtted llio lines are not given. monwealth" of Kentucky, now in force Tho table, prepared by Gon. Tcr-sM- mail from mo, With love, staff, showing tho compara-tl-igoverning Bucn elections nnd undor l'VT. It AY "UKMNETT, strength of tho armies for the tho general ejection laws of the Com Uattory C. 322nd. F. A. N. A. jsbl months covered, follows. monwealth of Kentucky, where same, A. M. F. Via N. Y. Gorman. Allies relato and apply to elections hold to --. , t 1,509,000 dntormluo tho abovo quostlou, and no 1,215,000 Aprtl 1 A 1MI NISTltATOH'H NOTICJ!. l.COO.OOO imount of money, in oxcess of tho Hny 1 l.ais.ooo All persons having clalina agilnst amount that can bo raised by the levy l.oao.ooo 1,496,000 JMH 1 1,412,000 tho oatato of Laura Qulsonborry, lu any one year shall bo cxpeudod In 1,550,000 Joiy 1 1,395,000 will proaont aamo to mo, for that year. 1... 1.672.000 1,339,000 payment on or bofora February 15, S. A. Hrntchor, Shorlff of Ohio Ssftlfttnbar 1.1.6S2.00O 1,223,000 1919, at my residence, near Olaton, County, Ky., Is hereby appointed, or Ootelwr 1... 1.594.000 860,000' Ky. 30t3pd dered nnd directed to advertise the KoraiUor 1..M8G.00O n. v. QUISDNUURUY, Admr tlmo and purpo30 ot tbo election and Kjvcmber 11 tht American or - ; 03 tii-''o5-- 2t up-vxz- was signed and when tho American waar effort was at its peak, was Washington, Feb. 5. Tho total nXsvmsth of tho United States army nit Xoveraber 11, when tho armistice ni" in Europe was composed of SO,-8'officers and 1.S68.474 men. 1,162 officers and 21,072 men wero at sea en route to Europe. The marino contingent in the Expeditionary Eorco ou that date was 1,002 officers and r.1,383 men, making the total European army strength either in France or en route there 2, 003, 935 olllcers and men. In the United States on that date were 1,G24,409 army personnel and in tho Insular possessions, the Canal Zone, Alaska, etc., 55,735. The total strength of the Siberian Expedition on that dato was 29S officers and S.S0G men. AN AXC1KNT IIAIILOW. In a letter to the editor of the Republican Ilov. T. J. Acton, of Ola-tomentions some ancient heirlooms. While trifling in value these old keepsakes may be mentioned with interest to our readers. It has' been several Dear Kditor: years since 1 had taken tho Republican, but recently subscribed again. But as I must say it has improved. I havo known the editor sinco he was a boy, and he has ever been a friend of mine, 1 may be a little partial. I notico your recent request for reports of heirlooms, and will mention that I have a barlow knife that my father gavo me in 1861, when I was only eleven years old. I also have a necktie, or cravat as it was then Halo called, that my grandfather year ago. bought eighty-fiv- e Yonr friend, T. J. ACTON'. n, the amount of taxes to bo levied each year nnd the number of years for which It Is to bo levied and collected as aforesaid, In thu newspaper published In Ohio Comity, having tho largest circulation for thirty (30) days before tho said elections and the said Sheriff will cause a poll to ho opened in each and nil the precincts in nnd throughout Ohio County, on the named dato, as the law In Hitch cases directs, nnd ho may advcrtlso said election by having a certified copy ot this order published, as above directed, and W. C Ulankonshlp, Clerk of the Ohio County Court, Is ordered and directed to furnish said Sheriff with a certified copy of this order, as It appears upon tho Order Rook, In time for said publication. The said Sheriff nnd County Clerk nro further ordered and directed to do nnd perform each nnd everything required undor the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, In advertising and conducting such election and In the preservation of the ballots and the canvassing nnd certification ot tho votes and said election Is directed to be held in nil respects as required by law governing such elections. It is ordered that it Is the senso of this court, in the evont snld elec tion results in favor ot the ley and collection of such tax. lis aforesaid, the money thereby derived shall be ;o ued and apportioned, as that In each .Magisterial District of the county there shall be used the sum derived, as aforesaid, lu such district, for Improving and constructing cither or both, tho roads and bridges therein, from said tax, though this shall not in any way restrict or impair the expenditure of other lawful funds In each respective Magisterial District, for snld purposes, just a funds are now and have heretofore been used, so far as such funds may bo necessary and available and In the manner provided by law, and that a more and effective method of working the roads be put In operation than is now lu effect. Ayes and nays being called for, resulted as follows: II. F. Rice. Yes; W. ('. Dougherty, Yes; G. W. Rowe, II. C. Rrown, Yes; Yes; Q. R. Rhoads, Yes; Sam L. Stevens, Yes; t. Ed Shown, absent and W. S. Dean, Motion carried and so ordered. ada-quate ah-sen- ! Fordson Tractor 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 '7 miles west of Beaver Dam. The Kerosene, Gasoline and Cylinder Oil Cost 47c Per Acre MACK COOK. J. O. C. C State of Kentucky.) )Sct. County of Ohio. ) I, W. C. niaukenship, Clerk of the Ohio County Court, do certify that ihe foregoing. Is a true copy ot tho irder of tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, calling an election, upon a Twenty (20) Cent Road Tax. as of record. In Fiscal Cuort Order Hook, No. 3, pages 616 and 617. Given under my hand, this 25th day ihT January, 1919. W. C. 0LANKKNSHII'. Clerk Ohio County Court Pursuant to the foregoing order, nud by virture of the power vested In me as sheriff ot Ohio County Kentireky, 1 hereby cause the afore said order to Iip published as required by law, and further direct and shall cause tho various officers whoso duty It is, to open n poll In each of the voting places within the county of Ohio on Saturday the Sth day or March, IOIJVi to take the senso ot the qualified voters upon the question as sot out In tho above anil foregoing mentioned order. Witness my hand, thb the 27th day of January. 1919'. S. A. IirCATCHKR, ap-leA- rs 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 in this advanced age should go blindly along and not know positively what it is costing him to do business. They wanted to know 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 hauled hay to market, they have hauled logs to the saw mill, hi fact, the FORDSON has done everything almost that a mule can do on the farm except eat corn and hay. .Ji w cr."-Una- Sheriff, Ohio County A RARE BARGAIN. A Combination of Leading Periodicals that may be Farming is Taking on New Life, New Ideas, New Inventions. Quick action is as necessary in farming as any other business. Farmers are fast realizing that something faster than mules must be had in this age of intensive farming. THE FORDSON FARM TRACTOR is just the thing for our Ohio county fanners. 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 stand 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 Messrs. Foreman and Graham for their experience and their opinion. n CtS-ninn- .... Head with Pleasure and profit by every Member of your Family. HERE IS OUR OFFER: The Hartford Republican, Fawn and Fireside, Woman's World, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer," ALL FOUR ONE YEAR ONLY $2.30. Prices are still advancing ind we cannot guarantee thfc offer very long. BETTER TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW and save the difference. Address, Hartford Republican, Hartford,. Ky. SOY HKAX SUED. ra Hoborlnndt and Sooty varieties, Ant Highly recommended for hogging down, by Kentucky Experiment Station. Will yield from 15 to 25 bushels per aero In addition to 1 to 3 tons ot buy. F. O. R Prlc3 $4.00 per bushol. Rags free on 2 bu. or over, I033 than 2 bu. 25 emits extra. dlHO COUNTY 1JEAN AND PEA QROWRUS ASSOCIATION. tho beans for this section. LP. Barnes gggrra5g??rrTgyrr.3 & Bro. M Distributors EEAVER DAM, KY. H tl Hartford, Ky.