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The Hartford republican: February 14, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919021401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 14, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stye ten Jfortfxr;& DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ftejttibliam OF OHIO COUNTY Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. "FLU" APPEARS TO Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HAKTFOBD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1919. No. 33 ,n B out the twenty-fiv-e CIRCUIT COURT SUITS he had lost and yot Indulging tho emotlpn of ecstacy VIOLENCE RELENTS LINCOLN BANQUET RECENTLY FILED HERE returned the remainder. He was nt having been one of the Immortal held for examining trial, and being Ami Sympathy Moved, few to witness tho divine spectacles Meeting Harmonious And Attendance Condones. Tho No Jury term of circuit court has unable to give bond was lodged in Sleeping Operator WANE of tho death of n God to redeem a Very Large Is BE ON THE appears to bo above forbeen held for nearly a year, war jail. Harris world. , farm work and tho flu bans prevent- ty years old, and has a family. Ho Whllo taking my leave of the most If the party who nsked us to cuss largo nnd enthusiastic as ing, A but tho filing of suits goes merri- is a miner, nnd works at Echols. De- ngrecnblo visit of my life I obsorved semblage marked tho fifth annual i the Homo Telephone Company tor A large number of have fore being locked up out Few New Cases Awd Not So In another room, tlc door of which banquet 'given by tho Lincoln Pr6-- j ly on. recently filed. Manysuits them warrants for Elwood Harris sworeTom him could havo been on court squaro Roan nnd of Btood slfghtly njar, n silent and sal-e- tcctlve Club at tho Scclbach Hotel,' been at two o'clock Monday morning' v;o - Serious At Any Point Bolutlon, as I then believed, of In Louisville, Wednesday night. Thei aro of no Interest to the public, and Wright, chnrglng them with gam- should havo delighted to gratify his ' s manner. Over main guest of honor and chief speak- wo mention only those commonly re- - bling. Harris also swore out a war- lust for profanity and avarice for reIn County. ho , garded of news interest. rant for Elwood Roan charging him venge. I Haw on empty crndle, near a window er of tho occasion was "Jim" Wnt- J. H. Miller, of near Dundee, sues with selling whisky In prohibition ItH bed nnd covering as whlto ns the Jboh, U. S. It was at the deadest hour of tho Senator from the "Hoo'.ior" tho Louisville & National Railroad new blown Illy, on a table nsldo and State. night tho hour when thieves sneak Company and Walker D. HIncs, DInquiry by telephono and from on tho mantel above I observed a out to steal and ghosts walk when Congressman Langlcy, In his ltd physicians, iih to "(In" conditions wealth of toys, some to thrill the irector General, in tho sum of three IlRtiCKIXRinriti AXD OHIO sleep Is the sweetest, that we wero drrss launched a boom for tho In- thousand dollars for alleged damage COUNTY" LINK IX DOUBT throughout the county shows n de- touch of baby hands and others-tawakened and sent on an errand for a falling off In tho opidcinlc. At pleaso tho fancy of baby eyes, and In diana Senator for tho Republican in Infill riinanfl liv ttin nmlinulfnipntu rided very sick patient. To LniiR'.ojr , There is n dispute of long standing doctor for a d of defendcnt.8 gnuleg cnanRlng tho no point could wc learn of moro than careless order about the room were nomination for President, a midnlghtcr-to-beto bo awakened a long ng for ha old h between Ohio nnd Rreckinrldge qoun-- . n vory lew, in ran scattering, c.iu ;HcnUorC(1 tho dnl,lty garments of an said "Then is naUirn course of thQ wntow of tune religion of tho fathers of tun ,tc",rjver in tho matter of the lino separat- - at that hour would be little short of tics of lato development. Tho pruvalency xpoI)B,ve lnyclte. nut nowhere ap-- public, these are some of tho reasons , Ing tho two counties, nt a point near criminal for any lesser excuse than gaHo m tho malady appears to bo gener- - ,)Careil lh0 obJect ot thU lavish at-.- al Tamcr t why I would like to see a man iKtho court t0 divorco hcr trom the bed Askin. County Attorney A. D. Kirk! the calling n doctor for a patient over tho county, wo could not find ;lmil,oni ,t occrre,i to me then that violently ill. Anxious to relieve tho nny point or territory 01 mucu mzo i, ..,,,, ,,,, ,m, receilliy rol,i)eti this Jim watson l'rcsiucnt ot mo ci.ucu land board ot her husband, Ira Tan- - last week took up tho matter with patient and to return to bed, wo Stales." the Hreckinrldgo county authorities nor. Mrs. Tanner avers sho and tho that was wholly frco from trouble family ot an only babe. thumped the door, stamped tho porch Th" above sentence roeolvul i and now seems to have the matter in duo to influenza, although in small Alone In my room I wondered at jovaton and Watson was compelled to defendant wore married in 1910 nnd course of adjustment. It is proposed and helloed until after we had awak separated on Washington's birthday sections tho cases wero of a few tho manner of n woman who could we acknowledge tho oatlon bcf-irthe 1915. She alleges desertion nnd non- - that the county surveyors of tho two ened the entire neighborhood dnys duration perhaps. bravely repress her feelings of recent Kentucky Congressman aroused our neighbor, Tom Black, to procould support as grounds for divorco and counties, with two additional com- use his 'phone to have grief lest sho unduly burden a friend. . It appears that complaints call the doctor. Wo asks for forty dollars a month ali missioners, one to bo appointed by rang, and rang until the mucles la been lodged with tho State Uoard of I knew It was not the habit of a moth- ceed. Everybody was In a splendid humor mony for acsupport of herself and each county, make a survey of tho our right arm wero sore, and t,hen the Health, at tho County Hoard's er recently risen from tho gravesldo overflowing with enthusiasm. line and finally establish it. Only three children. tion In forbidding nil public mect- - of her darling dead. I wondered, nnd used tho left. We also rang tho Convention Called. &c, within tho whole too, why Mr. L. had never mentioned William Hatler sues Joe Hatler to J an area ot about a dozen farms is 'phone right and left, but never a ings, schools, The Stnte Central Committee choao enforce a contract for land sold, for In tho dispute. county. Dr. J. I. Whittcnbcrg, of tho event to his partial friend. "number pleaso" came back over tho , Lexington as the place and May payment was for Loulsvlllo, Sanitary Inspector On a subsequent visit to the city I ns tho date for holding Platform Con- which neither deed nor wire. Exhausted in 'arms and paOXLV KLtiVtiX APJ'KAR made, but which land, the plaintiff the Stnto Hoard of Health, was In was repeating the touching Incident FOR TUB EXAMIXATIOX tience, but with lower lips and resovention to formulate declaration of tho defendant moved on and tho county making investigation of of my visit to the Ls. to a lady whom principles on which the next camlution still in working order, wo hikThe in possession of. continues tho situation Wednesday and yester- I happened to know was their friend. paign will be waged. Tho examination held for county ed down town for the doctor. Rut as amount is $127. day, but we could not find out what I was trying to express the depth ot usually aro when needed doctors school graduates, recently was ho thought of tho matter; nnd of my sympathy for theso pcoplo in te!SOMK applicants worst, this ono was miles away. Wo by only eleven ViCTX (ILEANED MIX til) OX MAIL MATTERS. course he would say nothing at this loss of their babe, and for their neroic IT.OM ASSESSOR'S HOOK The flu epldomlc has' so completely returned to consult the patient about time for publication, that Is, with courage In suppressing their grief, a substitute for the family doctor, and An amusing error, of a boy mistak- disorganized the public schools that loference to any recommendation ho when tho lady, interrupted, "It is not a bit in- - ing n lunik fnr thn nnst nffirn. nn- - only a few pupils wore prepared for after getting the necessary directions. The assessor's books are may have decided on making to eith- dead, it never came, and all that you The usual number we awoke another neighborhood in terestlng for the odd items and vary-- , cnrred nerQ ft fow d ,)oy the examination. in- er tho State or County Hoard. arousing our good neighbor, Uncle' B.nw was sentiment of tho maternal ., ng0 A .inio of applicants is about seventy-fiv(ii? values mentioned, ns well as for . .. nnmir iivnivn vnnrs n u wniKen If conditions continue to linprovo stlnci mooming uuu toe uwui, u. "" those appearing for tho examina- - Jim Bennett, to use his Cumberland. th0 moro 8ubstantial facts recorded.. In this county, and the territory surwith the required grade, Starting the ringing and cussing pro P 'ln tooldB" rounding us, wo fcol that the ban eTof'th hnow, as fid rccapltulatloIl sheet we cess together we cussed under our Those graduating wero: to patrons sealing deposits in e,,., should and will bo lifted before April jyou, a man, can never know, tho mad j0u0WjnB: 76.2 breath our violence against all teleBedford Robinson Ivelcjpcs and sending them to the bank,J 1st, and that with comparative safe craving oi a woman s sum iu icti mc; .1 TlHllA..Illn 1. phone companies was gathering im..nn , ,. t .... .. . I U1AU UlnilUI U U &,....a.w .11.1 IT ...M.Jk uclltci 4. petus when after repeated rings a voice, pleadingly, plaintively and ap peallngly sleepy, softened our wrath nnd appffased our anger by putting a period to our troubles, and for once , , " .. . .iiiiKpn. ftrniipniv nsKeii whul 111 liio " " - n .. .iiii.iiv j ii.fiiiii.f. mnmj iiinti n riui nnil ii- wo ., imr iitntinn iiiMiiir iiihl n lives. .ui.'.p 79.7 a soft answer turned away wrath,, devil Is the matter with it?" In tho Hnrland White lo tins loi-- navo sucu ciuorteiuuin ,8 lh0 ,,lircst and Hwcotest woman of household and moantlm(t tho cashler 30.4 and wc granted a pleanary pardon for dii,coverlng Lizzie Shrader ot the order ns will Innd each and , oycr kneW( nnd sho ,,n4 uai,., lllbj. Tho total value 7S.C all telephone grievances, past presont t na(. ,.npiiencd ro,)ned Not n Roba Bolin , ovpry violator In Jail, or nt least fine . snPrn,i to those tanu- - jKHcneniurnureioruieiuiiutUu..-iWhn- mu and to come. I recalled tho deadncss o ,.,.. . nUar rooni' ty inaKCS lilm or her good nnd stout. pnnllBh '"B In tho world, son, only this is a of the hour and tho soothing sweetOXti OX RROWDKR. b.mk and not a postofllce. ness of the embraco ot Morpheus' of mother love, who must bear .away a u,0 , than Uic valuo ot out. -c4TUB ti.MI'TV CKADLti. County Farm Agent Drowder and a arms; I recollected the exclamation of with them an Impcrisinihio incmor) n.,,B a snKi0 bed.- OPPOSKS ROAD TAX. ot what a uany moans to a woman. number of Ohio county farmers went Don Quixote's Squire, tho ni03t enThnt oho county pconi0 nro n0or . , .... ,12 MlllWU ,. ,,, r.,.t IIIUV lia your visit, and how sue i.j. " "- to Hopklnsvllle last week to look gaging rascal of the middle ages she told mo uf U LilU 1U,I Centertown, Ky. Vow of life's tragedies aro ho touch- - i0ft tb(. door ajar. She adoros her thirty thousand citizens over somo registered herds with a whose history has come down to us, only list Feb. 10, 1919 lucly sad and so appeallngly pitiful lUBi)and, nnd whom ho calls friend ,SD,UUU worm ui uuima, ui inuuij view to buying some breeding stock. "God bless the man who invented Editor Republican. Mr. Albert sleep." Pillowed on my couch, tranas tho dlssapolntment of the maternal (jm8 ,, 0i)P,, doorway to her heart, cents worth of books per capita. Ono of tho company, Hartford, Ky. Such nn example, Involving iand yoll mily say you nro one of the instinct. the county lists only 3.S20 sheep. Dear Sir: Relieving that, tho peo- - Cliinu, whose hair was a bit long and quil under the touch of returning the blending of devotion to nn Ideal ' favored few who have read tho .l or only about ono sheep to the ten plo his fact? covered with a heavy beard. drowsiness and mindful ot tho pashould consider both sides of ..t..n inllnnt rnnliriiiitlon to events. j,.nu ui.irv olwi un r.iiitlnnslv w .... . iruarils porsons. For taxation tnese snecp (o spruco up a bU wh0 , thetic sleepiness ot the voice at the quostion "beforo Voting to Increase i Hoptown, and . S8 camo under my observation somo 'from lho cye3 0f a vulgar world. Iinr, nfter a barber had switch, I highly resolved that henco-for- th 20 ac!, but lt kllled ago. nnil In a innnnor, no far as rnn, Bin(l that a writer has visited her j,y dogs wouU, be ll3totl wlth Ul0 taxes, and knowing tho fairness and clipped his hair, shaved his face and If I must call a physician at two time llborallty of your paper, I am ask- neatly trimmed his mustach he pre o'clock in the morning I would walk Know, wiinoui a parunei in revuiuuu ,(lin(, ami witnessed tne aiieiu uui -- , , ,, rniirt at S"5 a head. ,ing you for space to state tho rea history. solemn sacrcdness ot tho maternal sented quite n changed appearance. to Beaver Dam or Buckhorn for one Ohio county farmers and Rllllc neighboring city I was heart yearning to bo nppeased, and Schapmlrc together own 17.202 hogs, sons why I. think the people should Noting tho change in Mr. Chlnn's ap- before I would disturb the peacolul Whllo in n not vote the Road Tax. I want to pearance Mr. Jnmes Caldwell ap reposo of tho dear woman at tho Invited Into tho homo of a follow you must, as I know you will, re- which they list at $9.10 each. say in tho beginning that I shall not my craft, who happons count to tho world this most beauti members of proached Agont Browder, who was en- - switchboard. 1737 town lots aro worth for taxato bo ono of my few partial admirers, ful and touching story of tho holy tion purposes $160 each. Tho price ".V,.0" YV '" . ::tortninng a groupo of friends In the u,.., ui "-- -'" LIV1A. ;ww. whoBO name for reasons tho sequel roiaton of mother love and baby love Mr. and introduced ,,otel ,obby abked would probably be much high- as 1 see lt. I am opposed to the tax of my story will innko obvious, I can llness ever recorded since the birth of er. Chlnn as Mr. Johnson, a Christian for two reasons. First, because I Mrs. Susie Fuqun nnd children, ot Agent Rrowder not reveal, lt qualifies to say that a bubo in a manger In far off Rothle- There are 1CG5 bee hives in the don't bellovo the burdens of tho peo- - county stockman. I had known him Intimately for a few hem. loxprcssod his vory genuine pleasure Masonville, spent Saturday with her average j county, which are listed nt an Plo should bo Increased an dsccond, -bister," Mrs. Minnie Wilson. a years, and that our admiration was valuo of $3.00 per hive. Judging by becauso ot tho "Increased valuation I nt mceUng Mr JohnBon aud olUely 1 had not previousTho families of D. S. French. W. warmly mutual. BAUTII QL'AHK I'BLT. askod him to Join tho group, ot which stings and the the groat number of don't think It necessary. Taking tho Mr. Browder was chief spokesman. W. Hartlett and J. A. Stewart have ly met lib) admirable wlfo, about small amount of honey wo get out of county for last whom tho fabric of my story Is woven. Tho most porcoptlblo earth' quako a little experience in bee keeping, wo assessment of tho Hopklnsvllle Is a Vet town, but wo tho flu. year and this shows an Increase ot a Mr. Robert Mosoley spent one day in- - years, Upon entering his homo observa- - Bhock noticed hero think the boo hives nro listed entire- Itltlo over 25 per cent for this yoar. assume Rrowder did not do the right night, ly too high. Monday tloji Impressed mo with tho ordorjwas experienced thing by tho crowd or they would last week with his brother, Mr. Ira Tho statement of tho Commissioner not havo come home and peached on Moseley, of near Whltesvllle. nnd elegance that attested tho tasto windows and doors fairly . danced, a shows that there was paid Into tho him. Mrs. Moore and children, Fannlo Devot- - many retired TOI1ACCO SALtiS pcoplo who had and Industry of Its mistress. Including and Finis, ot Red Hill, spont Sunand not ed to hcr husband nnd anxious to bo oariy Woro awakened AT OWKXSRORO County Treusury last year, W" Road Claims, tho sum ot $50,000.. GIRLS WHO ASSISTED day with Mrs. Nannie Wilson. gracious to his friend sho greoted mo preallzlng nt tho tlmo us to what ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Harlan Boyd, of LOCAL HOARD EXONERATED with n welcome nnd attention that 'uad happened, got out otbed In ordor Wednesday's sales ot tobacco over Taking tho Increased assessment spont Saturday- - night and prldo of her husband nnd (0 jry to discover tho whys nnd whoro-pleasc- d the loose leaf floors of Owensboro, 25 per cent at the same rato there honored tho My attention has just been called Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert tho fancy of his guost. I ni ,rorc3 0f tno myatorlous rumbling nnd wero rather light, at .what might be would bo nn Increase of $12,500 In by nature and habit n student of Hit- - j uncartlily rattling, when all around consldored fair or steady prices. Re- taxes. Quito a tidy sum. Then If tho to an article appearing In tho Hart- Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Cundlff and 1R-- tlo man character, and upon mooting was a0 auiet and still. Two distinct pot ts show that a good grade ot to- County would take tho 8 or 10 thous- ford Herald of February 12th, with daughter, Iva Hone, spont SaturI shall call hor that for con - Waves or quakes woro felt. "Mrs. L. was a and dollars spent for Stato aid each roforenco to tho books of tho Local being offered. There bacco Is paid --osvenlenco of a name I was wonder-struc- k total ot 119,225 pounds of pryor of- year together with tho $4,000 which uXOinption Board. The writer ot this day evening wtth Mr. nnd Mrs. R. R. (most ot with hor apparont dual charnrticlo Is mlstakon or Is In error when Cundlff, ot Buford. IX COUXTV COURT. fered which brought $19,404.20, or for plowing on roads is wasted) wo would havo about $25,-00- 0 ho alleges that tho young people who Mr Elinor Wilson made a business ' thirty and acter. Sho was not abovo an averago of $1C32. moro to work with nnd would so generously contributed their tlmo trip to Owensboro last Tuesday. was charmingly beautiful in graceJames, ot Cromwell, rewero alsa 5,900 pounds of Cluronco Tliore tho Messrs. F. D. Westerfield ami Otis fulness of manner, as In outline of cently qualified as Notary Public. hurley sold that brought on an nver-ng- not ueed to increase per taxes for and labor in assisting In the work of cent which the Board caused tho mistakes. Th'i Clark spent Sunday with tholr moth40 County purposes. body nnd Mncnmont of fuco. Hor per hundred pounda. ,W, P. Ralloy wa3 appointed and $24.75 with tho Increase in usscssment ot books which aro incorroct wero not er, Mrs. Joslo Clark, of' Hartford, vigor ot mind and strongth of body qualified as guardian ot Roma Ren25 por cent would moan an increaso kopt by these young people at all, nor Route, 7. LAST WtitiKS SALKS woro nttonded by that softness of frew. to ON LOOSti LEAF MARKET in taxes of 75 por cent, for Couuty by tho members of tho Local Board, graco of action that, to appointmannor and S. L. Fulkorson has been WIUTESVILLE. purposes, which would bo a burden to lut by ti,0 c0rk nnu uis assistants and :tho critical obsorvor, so beautifully ed and qualified as administrator of There Marvin P. Klmbly, deceased. Tho six looso leaf tobacco ware- a great ninny people, whatever mistakes appear In tho balances a human churuclor. Tho public school Is increasing rap-IdlTho quostion is, will the pcoplo books woro caused by tho negligence was a simple dlrectnoss ubout hor V. L. Jarnngln quallflod iib admin- houses In Owensboro sold last week as several from Fordavlllo nro 1,458,830 pounds of tobacco at an vote lt? I think not. ot tho clerk and his assistants and attending hero on account of tho - mannor that nppoaled to tho observistrator of John A. Jarnagln, Respectfully per hundred so kindly s not these young pcoplo who Tho latter appointment was average price ot $1C23 er's xonfidonco and an air of firm"flu" at that placo. CLINTON S. ROWE. assisted us in tho work. ness that commanded his respect. Sho merely for the purpose ot clearing up pounda. Mrs. Victoria Taylor, of Owons-borKEOWN, soason havo S. O. Burloy sales for tho was roflnedly congenial nnd marked- some records. relatives at this is visiting l'OKER GAMK TROURLti Chairman Local Board. totaled 1.02G.300 pounds at an averly cheerful, and yet about hor was an place. mm somo trans-condaHtiV. WIIKKLKR. ot $19.85. age lndoscrlbablo notlco that A large crowd attended tho dance Marshall Lankford, of Rockport, PNEUMONIA VICTIM. Season's sale of pryor was 24,314,-01- 5 event, not common to hor beat Mr. Powers' Monday night and pounds, tho average price ot brought Ben Harris, of Echols, Rev. William S. Whooler died at his kind, had come into her llfo. There Homer, tho slxtcon year old son of every one reported a good time. fore Judge Cook Saturday afternoon, was not a morbid note In hor voice, home hore Wednesday afternoon at which was $1(5.57. Mr. Joe Howard, of Laffoon, who on a warrant charging him with the Mr. and Mrs. Alec Mngan, died SaturFor tho otnl season's sales, of mo appoal for pity In hor face, and yot 5:30, from an attack ot spinal menthoft ot $25 from Tom Wright. When day at his .home near Magau. His died from influenza, was brought to Bijrlal hurley and pryor, tho growers have 1 read some pathetic myBtory Into hor Ingltis, following Influenza. brought beforo tho court Harris remains wero buried in Pleasant Hill this placo and burled a few days life. If a great sorrow, then lt had ot tho remains took place nt West been paid' $3,076,723.52. Besides his par- ago. On account of the "flu" only claimed that while drunk he engaged burying grounds. i m been softened and refined by somo Providence yesterday afternoon, in a pokor game nnd lost $25, and ents, ho is survived by two sisters short services woro hold at St. Mary's Thirty thousand wives and widows ovont not unlike that of, ceased la survived by his wlfo, two who married that when he sobered up and missed and one brother. Tho entire family cometery. of ot Canadian soldiers Abo fatuiful dlsclplo turning away daughtors and flvo sons, threo Several new cases of the "flu" havo gone to Canada who his money be took ubout forty dol- wero afflicted with Influenza, none ot overseas, have tfrom the Calvary sacrifice, ladened iu- - whom aro now in France with the lars that was lying around loose, took them being able to attend the burial developed at this place. woro uever in tho country boforo. ideed with inoffacable sorrow, and U. S. Army. woman's-mysterioutor-rtor- y. i of ; I e trh ed .... .. - " dTiiS "TlT i.., , T ZoSZZ 1 ..... ..,. e. .......... a s ,,. ,. .,. .- ,r I "'.',"!".",,.. ,,,, I J dl-nn- , .,, the, ,....... IIZ JT" v -- . o, y, o, r- nt L Iwnr- - "l m fj ! l,K" 7VH !'!" f- - Wflfck Wi'MW" WORLD'S GREAT BURDEN OF DEBT morco and economic cctivlty of every kind." , SEATTLE PARALYZED m War Adds 167 Billions To Bonds Of Leading Nations. Latest complications oC the debts of trading notions, figured tiy the Mechanics and Metals National Bank of thu Now York City, together with debts before the war are shown here: August I, 1011. 1,000,00.0,000 United States 3,500,0' 0,000 Great Uritnln 0,500,000,000 France 4,600,000.000 Itussln 2,800,000,0110 Jtalv ' t Seattle, Wash., Feb. C United States troops from Camp Lewis are quartered tonight in Seattlo and to "stand rendy for nny emergency," as nrmy otflcors said today, resulting from the general strlko GKKMANY 18 BANKIMJPT this morning of 45,000 shipyard AND PHOPIiK KTAKVIN'U workers who wnlkod out Jan. 21 to enforce demands for increased pay. Major John L. Haydon commands Paris, Wednesday, Fob.B GerPortland, Ind. " I had a displacement and suffered in many is pictured as a land of grave- the contingent of 800 soldiers no badly from it at times I could not bo on my feet yards by Lieut. Col. Searl Harris, of Seattle, and Oen. Frank 11. Watson nt all. I was all run down nud so weak I could not the United States Medical Uescrve has under him in Tacoma, .16 miles do my housework, wns nervous and could not Ho Corps, who has Just returned to Paris from here, two battalions and n madown at night. I took treatments from a physician . . .$18,400,000,000 Entente nations . after having investigated conditions chine g.un company. Equipment of but tlioy (U;i not help me. My Aunt reconinientlcu 5,200,000,000 east of tho Rhino. Ho says that tho tho soldiers Includced 200 hand gre.(Jormnn Em.&Stntes. Lvdiii l'l Pinldiam'rt VoimLnlilnnnintiiintl. 1 tried Austria-Hungar- y 3,700,000,000 German nation Is bankrupt, the peo- nades, MaJ. John McD. Thompson of it and now I am strong and well again ami do 8,900,000,000 ple aro actually starving, and that tho Camp Lewis Intelligence departTeutonic nations iny own work and I give Lydia Ii. Pinkham'a I Mrs. Jo si: Compound tho credit." R "probably no one will evor know tho ment said. $27,300,000,000 number of casualties suffered by GerKimiilk, 935 West Jface Street, Portland, Ind. Grow! debt, all Authority for tho use of troops was Jnuiiary 1, 1!1I). -many during the war." granted by secretary of War Hakcr, Every Sick Woman Should Try fsfei . $ 21,000,000,000 "There are no eggs, no milk and upon novices irom uov. lurnest United States kY 40.000,000,000 only half a pound of beet sugar for of the situation in Tacoma nud Scat-- ; Great Urltaln ho says In tie. person a month, 30.000.000,000 each France Thiity-fiv- o thousand union men 27,000,000,000 giving details of tho situation. "Shop Russia in the vicinity of Seattlo quit work 12,000.000,000 girls have lost from ten to forty-fiv- e Italy pounds in weight, whllo everyone today, labor leadqrs said, but in Ta- Entente nations . fl.10,000,000.000 shows a lack of vitality. I found coma response was not so general, 40,000,000,000 fihlldron going to school shod with and the principal unions Involved Gcr. Em. & States LYDIA E.PIMKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. Austria-Hungar- y . 24,000,000.000 paper sandals or with cloth shoos to there were car men, timber workers, atC 1,000,000,000 barbers and retail clerks. which wooden sotcs had been Teutonic nations . tached. Street cars stopped running In "No one knows tho composition of Seattle, schools closed, restaurants $104,000,000,000 Gross debt, all Trees will literally in In 1914-1bolng and theaters closed their doors, news- have a proof of tho annihilation of PLANT TttKKS I'OK The figures show that tho incroaso tho black, gritty bread that is PALLKV SOLDIKItS keop grocn tho memory of our fallon the mnttcr. by ticket. papers suspended and other since August, 1014, is 166,700 million issued in limited quantities It Is n singular trait of tho human heroes. Twelve censed oporating. dollars, which represents the actual Tuberculosis is increasng and sltln Wo very much like the plan now animal this ono of preferring to arcontracted by these nations in diseases, due to lack of nourishment "soup kitchens" were established by guo things rather debt Gas iu tho stomach or bowels Is a than test them. being discussed of planting n trco for consequence of tho war. Debts of and lack of soap, are prevalent. One culinary unions to feed strikers and If any man can provo by actual dem- ovory fallen soldier. Trees aro among dlsngrocablo symptom of a torpid livlow diet which others who depend upon restaurants minor countries are not included. beneficial result of tbo onstration that a llvo fish dropped the best monuments and nrc likely to er. To get rid of it quickly tako They amount to many hundred mil- hs been etorced upon the German for meals. Patrons of the kitchens Into a pall of water would not inoutlast even marble shafts. Tho dif- Hcrhiuo. It is a mnrvolous liver peoplo Is found iti the fact that it has were lined up and served iu military lions. Barbor shops closed crease the weight, ho would win ever- ficulty, of course. Is with the inscrip- stimulant and bnwol purifier. Prlco figures are, tho hotped many who wore overeaters. "mess" fashion. Vast as the abovo lasting fame, for ho would establish tion, which can not be welt placed in- COc. Sold by Ohio County Druj; and and elevators stopped running. debt obligations of the nations will Brlght's dlsoase has decreased m Thero is Only emergency telegraph business n prlnciplo which Is against nil science delibly upon a troo. Hut a perman- Company. compilation diabetes has disappeared. The not end oven here. no more gout in Germany, but, on the from Seattle was handled by the tele-rap- h and all experience, and ho would ent record can bo kept of tho soldier makes no allowance for obligations companies. The telephone sys- open up a vast new world of discov- for whom the trco is planted nnd tho FINDS IIOXKST PEDAGOfiUK, to be incurred for further military other hand, intestinal diseases have ery. roncwat of the Inscription bo mado HO HUKKKItH KUO.M .SHOOK groatly Inoroased. Theso aro attrib tem continued in service. purposes, for tho demobilizing of ar Hut tho champions of such theories a part of the Memorial Day exercises No disorder has rcsultod from the mies, and for pensioning them. Nor uted to coarso broad. Doer that is Wcnatchec, Wash.. Fob. 8 Mndgo strike, Mayor Olo Hansen of Seattle will not adopt the simplo process of reach year. does It allowfor the restoration and being sold has no substance." arWo can tlinlc of no memorial which Cashing, n chief deputy auditor here, in said. No disorder has been reported testing their claims; they will Conditions which ho had found replenishment expenditures that will guo with everyone they meet and they would bo moro acceptable to our he- Is trying to recover from the shock impose upon the nations the duty to Germany havo led Llout. Col. Harris from Tacoma. opinion, he says, that many to tho Mayor Hanson said the troops prob- are delighted If they can prompt their ro dead wero they ablo to lndlcnto sho received rccontty when she opon- incur futhcr loans. victims to go to the trouble and ex their choice, than a tree under whoso pil n lnttnr friiin A. (i. Ilnwin. nrlncl- women and children will die or be- ably would bo assigned to There-wil- l be, beside the expense of not supplied with with the police in keeping order and pense of writing to some newspaper shade in after years tho weary passer- pal of the Chelan Kails school demobilizing tho armies, tho work of come defectives If for an answer. Even when tho ans- by might rest and perchance cat of ltowio hud returned tho warrant for in guarding public utilities. rebuilding and restoring, of housing food. overran Franco "Tho Germans who "Seattle Is not under mnrtial law, wer Is given, however, it doesn't set- tho nuts or fruit as lie rend the in- - his salary with the statement Hint on an unparalleled scale and of road- he says, "should be punished and nor will it bo placed under mnrtial tle the controversy; the question con- scriptiou and recalled tho dollvcrcncc he would not accept pay for tho threo imperamaking. Thero wilt bo tho stantly takes new life, like tho phoe- of this country and of tho world weeks his school wns closed on but not the law," Mayor Hanson said. develop- permitted to starvo, tive need of agricultural tho calamity which threatened count of the Influenza epidemic y-Municipal street cars will be oper nix bird which burnt up nnd would shipbuilding and improvement women and children. Hungry men ment, and women do not make good neigh-bora.- " ated on tho city lines ns soon ns then bo born again nut of Its own of transportation, to say nothing of Ta Chief of Police J. F. Warren can pro- - ashes. (schemes of economic and social reI it would be of small account if this vldo police to go out with every car. form that aro regarded as absolutely habit of humanity only went as fnr as A scald, burn, or severe cut hoals it was announced by Superintendent cbsontlnl to future national efficiency. asking questions like these, but th family that Murphine, of tho municipal lines. Tho Tho bank maintains, in drawing slowly if neglected. SHALL WE HAVE BETTER ROADS? Seattle wns lighted by electricity same habits aro found permeating evconclusions from the figures of the keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniery department of llfo from the lowpropared for early tonight, tho fireman and engivar debts, that none of tho large na- ment on hand is always People will nr-gest to the highest. Price 25c, 50c and neers at tho municipal light plant tions will default Its war bonds, nor such accidents. and contend and light over isThis question is now put squarely up to the people of per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Co., having refused to obey their union's 1.00 nook to cancel them by any outright sues that they could easily settle, Drug company. Ohio county to be decided by election March 8, 1919. m order thnt they strike. confiscation of wealth. Seattle pollcesaid they were ready once for all, it they would only tako "The moral obloquy and financial Serious consideration should be given the matter of on common A big truck car- the trouble to meet !or any emergency. chaos attending deliberate repudia- UHHAPEK WHEAT KOK ground and submit their opposing working the roads of Ohio county There is only one sure a machine gun and with Handtion of war debts," the bank says, 110 NOW INDICATED rying built up around Its edges stands views to the acid tests of facts and and certain way of getting better roads and that is by lings "would be greater than any of the putting up the money for them. Other counties get them Three former reason. nations could bear." During tho reWashington, Feb. C While the .it the police station. Francis IJacon revolutionized huin no other way. construction period the nations will farmer would be paid ?2.26 govern- army lieutenants have been assigned man thought when he taught people that way, be zealous to restore their prestige ment guaranteo for the 1919 wheal to the truch. The present road tax to be voted on. is only TWENTY stop arguing and go to nature for Motorcycle police wcro Instructed to and return to normal business pur- crop, tho wheat would be sold to the Even when ho was CENTS on the HUNDRED DOLLARS and will relieve. to watcli sharply for offendors who their knowledge. suits with their reputation and finan- consumer at a price to be dictated bv 1C years old he saw the fallacy three thousand or more road hands from so much work might possibly spread tacks on the only cial standing firmly established die law of supply and demand under of the old philosophies, which, as he It will supplement the present among the people of the world. To legislation approved tonight by the streets to puncture automobllo tires. said, wore calculated more to per- right in the busy season. the extent of just about doubling it. It will Insure this, first ami foremost will lie Houso argiculture commlttoe. The For sovoral days stories of enormous petuate controversies than tv enlight- road fund tbo need thnt their credit shall re- government would lose the difference sales of tacks for this purpose havo en tbo mind. put our roads in good condition all over the county and , main unquestioned. Ilussls offers u between tho purchase and sale prices been circulated hero. will keep them that way by the use of good tools, imple-A statement Issued by the strike present-da- y example of a nation that With tho government given abso-luto- " Dreadful Cough Curuil. ments and machinery so placed and used in each ccjm committee of tho Central Labor Coun has lost position and confidence control of tho wheat market In A severe cough. Is ofton followed by r through tho endeavor of a do facto tbo United States, members of the cil, which Is directing tho strike, said a rough cough for which Chamber- munuy as 10 gei gooa resuus. tho walkout was a success. All lines government to avoid mooting Its just committee Bald, it would bo difficult The tax is small and is paid in just the same mam lain's Cough Remedy haB proven esobligations. Governments in the to detormlno what would bo tho price jf Industry in which union workmen pecially valuable. Mrs. P. W. Olsen and at the same time other taxes arc paid, and it only la wero employed wero crippled, tho past have gono out of existence, yet If tho usual law of supply and demand Marysvlllo, Mo., writes: "About two five year3. Under the lav, and by orders of the Fisci unitary shows how ofton tho people wcro In operation, but they thought itatement said. .q-years ago my little boy, Joan, caught Court EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT AND EVERY 0 acIt would bo based largely upon the of those nations nevertheless a sovoro cold nnd coughed dreadfully A child that has Intestinal worms ROAD IN THE COUNTY WILL RECEIVE ITS SHARE knowledged and met the debts con- world maskot price. Somo witnescough A few for days. I tried a number of ia handioapped In Its growth. tracted in their numes, rather than ses who havo testified at hearings nothing did him any OF THE TAXES AND ROAD FUNDS. medicines but have the snorodnoss of tbolr word the committee havo predlctod a doses of White's Croam Vermifuge good until I gave him Chamberlain's No one man will control this money, but the best destroys and oxpel3 worms; the child destroyivorhl price of $1.25 a bushel. dishonored and their credit It rollevod his brains of the county will be called upon to apply the funds miaodlatoly improves and thrives Cough Komoily. On tho basis of such a price the cough right away, and boforo ho had Price 30c. par bottlo. fairly and equitably in every community. The Banks, The band maintains that Incheaslng government would stand a loss of wonderfully. m finished taking one bottlo bo was Railroads, Coal Mines, Corporations and by Ohio County Drug Co. Tovn Property wealth of liHtlottB, combined with about $1 u buahol, but commlttoe Sold 1 cured. think it Just fino for llttlo carefully drawn tux plans, will members would "hot vonturo a pre' All these concerns. ' m will pay more than half of the taxes. children." THKV SUV AT FACTS. ovantimlly bring about tho wiping out diction ns to what tho total loss might of- profit by good roads. d .MAY STKIKi: ltm JJEL'It of the war dohtB. It shows that in bo, ns forecasts of thu 1919 crop The tax asked for will be sufficient to widen the One of our readero writes saying: upon many factors. The crop tho century following the battlo of roads, cut many of the hilb, and grade others, put the 6 nation gained Is estimated now at about 1,000,000.- - "Here is a question that ofton comc3 A "no beer, Newark, N. J., Feb., Waterloo the llrltlsh up and, nlthough you might think It no work"' slogan was announced to- roadbeds upon better ground, crown the roads well and vastly In prosperity, although its debt 000 bushels. The bill approved by tho comiulttoo 3llly, 1 arguo with my frlonds about it day by representatives of 30,000 keep them dragged and drained, and thereby make them was larger than ever before. In similar fashiou it is showu how tho Is a substitute for that presented by jvory now and then: After eating building trado workers, who con- far more convenient, safer and better for travel. The" wealth of France Increased in face tho food administration and Dopart-raon- t isy u pound of meat, etc., at dinner, demned nation, wldo prohibition and person weigh uny moro than votod to ask tho Essex Trado Coun- roads are put to much greater and heavier uses now than of Agriculturo. It glvos tho toes a of war. Notwithstanding the blows Old methods simply fail to meet the recil, comprising; many thrfttsand union in former years. to her prosperity dealt by tho revo- presidont discretion powers to con- .joforo?" This is ono of tho questions that men In Nowark and vicinity, to start quirements. Proper methods of road work have to be lution of 1789, tho Napoleonic period, tinue tho present agoncy for bundling tho revolution of 1S4S and tho Prus- tho wheat crop or create a new one, .vlll never stay answered It Isn't a movement for u strlko throughout paid for. sian war of 1870, Industry and accu- and appropriates $1,000,000,000 as a axactly silly or It would not keop tho stato July 1, when tho tomporary Truly an emergency exists that ought to lead you to I xvsltfllilfr lnt Intir vft u mulation went on lu Franco, so much revolving fund to curry out tho guar- bobbing up in this way forever. Of 1 T I'lismuiwuK iv uciumua rf .! i . thero Is but ono answor to It: fectlvo. Tho delegates favored man- - voie ii'XTTat uu inc ruau tax question. we mean nOUling 1780 tho antee, with iourso so that compared ! Members of tho committeo bollero the weight of tbo meal is bound to ufacturo and Baio of light wtnea and but business and an absolutely square deal to the people woaltlt of Franco up to tho oponlug ' C il. 1 1 t of tho great war had increased ruoro that a regulatory body similar to the increase tho weight of tho person who beors. mic ui me tuuiuji nt ll. tuuuer ui I Keeping up gooa roaa sys food administration and a commer jata it. than eightfold. for every community. Surgeons agroo that in cases of tem Hut tboro uro lots of pcoplo who Tho determining factor of tho cial agoncy like the United Status We expect, by calling upon the brains, tho good sense I) urns, Uruises and Wounds tho vfliolo matter in tho future," tho bank Grain Corporation will bo necessary think otherwise and argue other- Cuts, concludes, "will after all, Ho not so to enable tho government to take ovor wise Thoy will not tnko tho trouble First Treatment Is most Important. and sound judgment of thinking men all over the count'A to satisfy thomsclves of tho actual When an Efficient antisoptio is ap- to esiBuusu a system or roaas inai win put tne products much in the bulk of indebtedness as and dlsposo of tho crop. Licensing system similar to that fact by trying it, but thoy contlnuo to plied promptly, thero is no danger and resources of Ohio county in position to be In tho productive power of tho people marketed of infoction and tho wound begins now iu effect, placing all agoncles try to sottlo it by sophistry, who support that Indebtedness. with convenience and dispatch and reasonable cost. Auotber classic question of this to hoal at once. For uso on man or upon thu wealth production handling wheat under government This is a fair, square proposition of development and beV of the pcoplo, tho support of war control, is authorized by tho bill, and sort is whether a live fish placed in boast, Iiorozono Is tho Ideal Antlsop-tl- c and Healing Agent. Duy It now icrmciu. debts will bo goveroucd accordingly, whatever agoncy the president may a palo of water will incroaso the We respectfully submit it for vour favor. and dobts wilt bo wiped out not by establish will bo given broad powers weight of the whole. Of course it and bo roady for an omorgoncy. Prlco uuy repudiation or conscription, but In handling tho crop and controlling wilt; otherwise the weight of tho fish 26c, COc, $1.00 and S1.50. Sold by I vsnivs LUUK1. m would cease to exist and wo would Ohio Co. Drug Company. by encouraging industry, trade, corn- - exports of wheat. Ta-co- fluenced by constitutional conditions, ana In order to cure It you must take An Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was by one of the best physicians finscribed n this country for years. It Is composed of somo of tho best tonics knosrn, combined with somo of the best blood purifiers. Tho perfect combination of the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All DniRRlsts, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. With LOCAti APPLICATIONS. M tlier cannot reach tlio teat of tlio disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, rreatly In- Catarrh Cannot Be Cared BY GENERAL STRIKE m Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women TltifTnln Over 45,000 Men Walk Out In a Sympathetic Strike. PCr T T nm Mm mrtflinf nf fnnt nlilblrnti mill fnr nearly throe years I suffered from a female troublo with pains in my bat k and side, nud a gcnoral weakness. I had professional attendance most of that timo but did not seem to get well. As a last resort I decided to try Lydia K. Tinkliatn's Vegetable Compound which I had seen ndvortlscd in tho newspapers, and in two weeks notiectl a marked improvomonr. I continued its uso and ant now frco from pain and ablo to do all my house work." Mrs. B. U. Zieunska, 202 Weiss Street, Uuffalo, X. Y. (rV 1 runt I i I A E. PINKHAMS ALE COMFOU ND.I S. 'Vi no-fro- m THE ISSUE SUBMITTED r but ta V be-t'o- ro f tvui-kiit- troilf iu ltni iiio n..l.. llu a . .'I if at "" ( G nuiAmilHwricni wuni ri3WL, .. Trr" properly tax of Twenty (20) cent on each One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars worth of property In Ohio Counof such n body an Durnnt had INDEMNITY NOW suggested, Since that tlnto must of WORRYING CONGRESS ty, shall bo levied for Hvo (5) ycarB next Immediately folitho nations havo. bocomo signatories JMEV lowing said election, Including the to condltloiiH agreed on, Principal I I a ja 4 a I m t I I4 I h a rt wjiitii Ih ttutu tinI iiuiiuiia juiii- year 1919, for tho purposo of lmprov in 1vi r'w tacc Keprcscntativc bays uiiu tit ,nc Bhnll ,nnintaiii society which is Dealers Millers And Ex- - ing and constructing, cither or both, to cnre for the sick nnd wounded In tho roads and bridges of tho County. Urgent Part Of Claims Porters Discuss .Snld election to bo advertised, held "mo ' wnr nl"' B'vo "ttontlon to tho Should R Pairl Situation training of nurses nnd preparation and conducted In tho manner nnd according to tho several provisions nnd In Intcrvenng of hospital supplies requirements f the laws of tho Comtimes of peace, Provisions have heen Swift & Company Washington, Feb., 4. Grftln deal- monwealth of Kentucky, now in force larls, Feb. 7. -- The fllinnclal Clnlllis ,' i,,,l wlmrnbv ..nrh mirlntv la liimnil .. " 9. " ers, exporters nnd millers today pre- governing such elections nnd under f nRdinsi iiurmnny are moat t to paid, say, 13 by sending rcprcsonta per hunBurRcni, iiaron van Dun Houvcl, a liven nnd putsch to any country suf- sented to tho "House of Agriculture tho general election laws of tho Comdredweight for live beef linnmhcr of the llelfilan Peuco delegn- - fering from war, pestilence famine, Committee varied suggestions for monwealth of Kentucky, whero same Itlon nnd of tho Peace Conference foodH or other great calamity. year, profit methods of carrying out tho govern- relate and apply to elections bold to only y Committee an Reparations said ment's guarantee to producers of determine the above question, nnd no 13 cents! In words, if we t Terint Of Kiillttiiicnt In l S. Army. J2.2G n bushel for tho 1919 wheat nmount of money, In excess of the had paid $13.13, we would have llclgliini, he declared, docs not hnvc crop. All agreed that tho true mar- amount that can bo raised by tho levy Quc. For what tcrniH wero men time to wnlt for an agreement to be bound to nerve when they entered the ket price, as determined by tho world In any one year shall be expended In made no reached as for tho exact figures of U. S. Army? Ana. Tho.se who en- conditions, would drop below tho that year. Or, if we tho Indemnity which is duo lief received S. A. Uroteher, Sheriff of Ohio tered regular army between Nov. 1, gunrnntced rate and that tho govern- obtaining nt least partial repo 1910, nnd time U. S. entered the war inont should make good the differ- - County, Ky is hereby appointed, or of a cent per pound less rntlon. The baron snld that n per- enlisted for term of seven years, first enco directly rnther than by maln- - dered and directed to advertlso the' for dressed beef we would have ., centage of tho Indemnity should bo .t - II1U -- i ., " three In active service and last four tnlnlnir nrtldcliillv thn hlebpr nrlm. ( n. unit I'UiJiuou UL .i.- - UIWLIUI1 UUUj i,u,u " paid Immediately. made no profit. In regular army rcsorve. ing witnesses aiso agrceu mat tlio tho amount of taxes to bo levied .each L Those who Belgium, ho added, needs food audi cnturcil military tervlco after l S lstlng United States Grain Corporn- -' year nnd the number of yenrs fori" is doubtful machinery at once. Her working entered war, either .is volutcer r :.s tion, or Homo similar body, should bo which it is to bo levied nnd collected I men nre idle; her industries nre at draftees, were bound to mi Mi Maintained by tho government's agen- as aforesaid, In thu newspaper pub-- , other business is on so close ser'he n standstill or working nt n loss, and ror cy for supporting tho price to grow- llshed in Ohio County, having' tho duration of 111'- war onlv of profit. jtor foreign trndo will ro to other ers. They differed ns to methods to largest circulation for thirty (30) , HiMH'llcliiry ot Solill.if. ' Mirkots unless something is dono This is bringing producer Qucs. Can a ;. di'l'i ' who 1. is tak- lo prescribed by legislation, which the days before tho said elections and tho j without delay. said Sheriff will cause n poll to bo en out $10,000 government insurance committee is preparing to draft. close Heavy JOsses Kuffci-cd- . opened in eacli and all tho precincts. Should Huy (Jralu make any person or persons his ' together should be the llaron van Don Heuvrd snld it of tho following may bo named as and throughout Ohio County, on The grain dealers proposed that in would take much time to reckon beneficiary? object of Aim. Any one or more tho corporation actually buy the grain lno named date, as the law In such j f A V It fit ft n ujtt.ii filtlltiAn Ul 1)nlla.t a )lUDflva bcnollclary: Wife, child, grandchild, nt $2.20, sell It to millers or other cn8es tllrccts. and ho may advertise, MhUIL'O J1UIKIUIII material into a useful form. military operations, brother, sister, adopted brother, ad- consutnnrs nt a nrlrn illrtntn.i iiv nll election by having a certified i and enemy requisitions. This remarkable showing is due to Tho opted sister, stepbrothor, stepsister, world markets and acquire tho coun- - con' of tn,s or(k'r Published, as nbovo fairt, of damages Is ynried. The parent, grandparent, or try's surplus for export. The ox- -' directed, and W. C. Rlankenshlp, enormous volume, perfected facilities cities, towns, vlllegcs parent, grandparent, or Dorters suggested that' the cornnr.i- - c,crk of thc 0Ill County Court, Is (packing plants strategically located, mill iinviiiD citizens nnvo suuurcu ot his wife is ho Is married. Hene-llcia- lion's functions bo limited to paying ordered and directed to furnish said j branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), heavy losses. Tho Belgian Govern" can bo changed within per- farmers the difference between tho i Sheriff with a certified copy of this and an 'army of men and women ment alone spent three billion francs mitted class at any time In writing, government prico nnd tho market order, as it appears upon the Order' chosen and trained to do their special for carrying on tho war and mom .subject to regulations of war-ris- k ln- - mico nt which tho grain was. sold, Dook, In time for said publication. thnn two billion francs for feeding suranco bureau The said Sheriff and County Clerk work. without actually taking possession, the populations in occupied territory. and consequently without piling up a nre further ordered and directed to This, and many other points of When the bowols becomo Irregular grcnt quantity for oxport. do and perform each and everything Forced war contributions exacted interest, are found in the Swift & from the provincial Governments dur- you are uncoinfortablo nnd the longTho millers were interested mainly required under tho laws of the ComCompany Year Book for 1919, just ing more than four years aggregated er this condition exist.s tho worse In having tho corporation given au- monwealth of Kentucky, In "advertispublished which is brought out for the from 50,000,000 to 70,000.000 francs you feel. You can get rid of this thority to protect millers against ing nnd conducting such election nnd Hcrblne. losses growing out of the falling of in the preservation of tho ballots and a month, tho Unron said. Private misery quickly by using public as well as for the 25,000 Swift citizens have been despoiled of their I Take a doso on going to bed and sco thc wheat prico from the present the canvassing and certification of the & Company shareholders. copper and olhor valuables and 'how fine you feel next day. Price artificial level to the true world price, votes and said election is directed to GOc. Sold, by tho Ohio county Drug nnd tho fluctuations The Year Book also represents the sufferings through unemployment in the world bo held In all respects as required by m prico before It becomes havo been accentuated by tho high Company. packer's side of the Federal Trade stable under law governing such elections. It is ordered that it is thc sense cost of living. More than C0,000 the corporation's administration. Commission investigation, upon which LACK OF KKCU'UOCITV. houses in Uclglum have been deRepresentatives of the respective of this court, in thc event said elecCongress is asked to base action stroyed. interests appearing before the com- tion results in favor of tho levy and against the industry. (Washington Stnr.) , Seized Itnw Material. mittee today did not agree wholly collection of such tax. as aforesaid, "Have you ever tried to love your among themselves over many details the money thereby derived shall be so In un effort to ruin Uclglum comMany who have never heard the used nnd apportioned, as that in each petition after tho wnr, thc llaron con- enemies?" of their proposed plans. packer's side are sending for the Year "Yes," answered the Magisterial District of the county tinued, Germany seized all raw ma- Would Continue Functions. Book. there shall be used the sum derived, terlals and the greater part of tho (man." I have tried.but I never got a In thu main, however, tho grain as aforesaid, In such district, for imreal enemy to reciprocate my affection machinery and electrical Installations Would you like one ? Merely mail dealers advocated that tho grain cor- proving and constructing either or In tho iron, steel and manufacturing with any degree of reliability." your name and address to the Chicago poration continue to function much both, the roads and bridges therein, plants. Tho Cockcrc.ll steel plant, for office and the book will come to you. as has dono In the past. Thus from said tax, though tliLs shall not 0 which employed nearly grain from In any way restrict or impair tho extho dealers would collect workmen before the war, has farmers, paying thc guaranteed price, penditure of other lawful funds in been stripped ot all machinery and Address with a mnull deduction for commls- - each respective Magisterial District, Vnr Tnfnntc and PhltHrpn useless. Out of the 3,200 rendered ' jslon, and turn over tho grain to the for said purposes, just as funds arc breweries In Helgium, 2.S00 have at the guaranteed now and have heretofore been used, I grain .corporation b"en robbed of their copper material Always bears price. The corporation then would so far as such funds may be neces-sar- y Union Stock Yards, Chicago ot all kinds. the i uL&zi j sell it nt the prico it judges to reprnnd available and in thc manner Signature of esent tho world price, determined by provided by law, and that a more That Terrible Headiuhe. j International competition, and export and effective method of workDo you have periodic attacks ot &J were re- ing the roads bo put in operation by sickness of Do you get up at night? Sanol is tlio surplus. Spokesmen headache accompanied surely tho best for all kidney or blad- luctant to predict what the world thnn is now in effect. gas tho stomach or vomiting, n sallow price, or the truo market price, would Ayes and nnys being called for, reCO skin nnd dull eyes? If so, you can der troubles. Sanol gives relief in sulted as follows: B. F. nice. Yes; get quick relief by Inking Chnmbor-lain'- s 24 hours form all backacho and blad- be. Other suggestions of thotdealcrs W. C. Daughcrty, Yes; G. V. Howe, Tablets as directed for billlous-nos- s, der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed U. C. and you may bo able to aviod rumedy. GOc and $1.00 a bottlo at woro that tho govornmont should not Yes; Q. P.. Brown, Yes; 40-acquire storage warehouses or mills Kuoads, Yes;- - Sam L. Stevens, Yes; you obsorvo tho di- tho druc etoro. theses attacks if ot an emergency Ed Shown, absent and W. S. Dean, In anticipation t. in rections with each package. tions into thc empyrean heights ot D0(JIX(J IT caused by flooding tho market aftor Motion carried and so order- BILLINGSGATE IS a impo?sibIle human yearnings, the next summer's harvest, and that the ed. When ou navo DacUacho tho liver American nation drifts. We drift in (Pittsburg Sun.) grain corporation should not bq call- -' MACK COOK, J. 6. C. C. or kidneys are suro to bo out of gear. HURLED AT WILSON Russia. We drift In Mexico. Wo "Hubby, if 1 were to die would you ed on to handle other grains than Stato of Kentucky,) Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho drift on the bank of war and peace. a trial marry again?"- liver, kidneys mm uinunor wheat. )Sct. Get It EOc bottlo will convince you. We drift on industrial reconstruction. "That question is hardly fair, my County ot Ohio. ) Millers Alv Protection. 4u-t tho drug storo on domestic policies and indear." 1, W. C. Illankonshlp, Clerk of the Senator Sherman Indulges In We drift nuked protection Tho millers ternal peace. Tho only definite goal "Why not?" against the expected decline from the Ohio County Court, do certify that QUESTIONS AXSWKHKI). Exposure Of The Is profligate expenditure nnd luigo "If I were to say yes you wouldn't present artificial level to the opon the foregoing, is a true copy of tho taxes. It, and to say uovor again market prices, .It was explained, only order of the Ohio County like President Fiscal Meaning Of "No Man' IjuhI." "Nothing but" tho grossest of egowouldn't sound nice." upon a to keep the usual quantity of flour Court, calling an election, Please tell mo what is Qucs, tism took him to the peace conferIn transit to consumption points, nec- Twenty (20) Cent ltoad Tax, as jinoant by the expression "no man's ence, where no executive of any other essary to maintain n bteady supply. of record, in Fiscal Cuort OrUaryl." Ans. ltofers to area betweon Washington, Feb. S Senator Sher-nin- u, civilized power sits. Ho cannot reing military lines. So called An accounting would bo maintained der Book, No. 3, pages 616 and 617. of Illinois, Republican, deliver- sist the lure f tho limelight. The ' Given undor my hand, this. 2Gth with tho grain corporation, by which fcoVieither sldo possesses it. ed an address in the Senate Tuesday, groups to which he panders applaud, tho corporation would pay tho dif- ,dny of January, 1919. L assailing President Wilson nnd his nnd tho average man looks on In f "Inlorurbnn." W. C. HLANKENSHIP, fenuliiK ference betweon tho wheat price ou undisguised disgust." . Clerk Ohio County Court. administration. He took tho subject, silent but with o Please tell mo the moaning the day when flour was shipped and t to tho foregoing order, "Supremo government nnd price ou the' day when tho word "Intcrriirban." Ans. a lower Pursuant SCIENTIFIC NOTES. nnd assorted that tho Presins "botween cities." It Is dorlv- and by virture of tho power vested flour wns delivered. by virture of in mo us Bheriff ot Ohio County, ident was supremo from two Latin words, "inter" New Altitude Ilrronl. A British Kentucky. I hereby cause the afore- usurping authority. between, and "urbs" city. Much ot the speech .was dovoted to aviator a short time ago flew to a said order to bo published as required by law, and furthor direct and shall an attack upon Henry Ford, who, Sen height ot 30,500 foot in a British airFOR FLETCHER'S Ileliirn Of Soldier Dead to V. K. The strain of modern bus cause tho various officers whoso duty ator Sherman said, was "an alleged plane, establishing a new altitude Ques. I'leaso tell mo whothor I r iness life is too much for can have tne oouy oi my oou wao it is, to open a poll In each of tho vot- superman" becauso ho invented an in- record. The pilot and tho observer wero both frostbitten and tho observing places within tho county of Ohio ternal combulsion engine. the nerves. You need a died in Franco brought back to the er collapsed as a result of his oxygon Saturday tho 8th day of March, has an "Tho United States," said Senator Government on U. S. Ans. Fiscal Court Calls nerve sedative. Try Neither suffered ot bottlo breaking. a 1919, to tako tho sense, of the qualinounced that it will later on bring tho Road Tax Election fied voters upon the question as set Sherman, "is no longer It Republicrule any permanent injury, however. The people. S. soldiers back to y. S. is tho bodies of U. out in tho nbovo and foregoing men- now of tho alleged superman at tho highest point previously attained was for burial. For a long tlmo private Ohio County Fiscal Court, Regular tioned order. head of a group or class aggregation 28,900 feet. This record was made Individuals doubtless will find It ex Term, January 23rd, 1919. Witness my hand, this tho 27th seeking their own advantage. Neither by ad American pilot of the Wilbur tremely difficult it not Impossible On motion of Esq. Q. 13. Drown, It day ot January, 1919. is it a government of law. It is a Wright aviation field last September. to bring back soldiers bodies on their Is ordered that tho question of voting 8. A. MIATCHEK, rule ot some men, selfish greedy, amown account. May Salvage Potatoes. Tests made a tax of tho sum of Twenty (20) Sheriff, and dreaming. bitious, impractical conts on tho One Hundred ($100.00) Others build a class despotism found- In laboratories of the Vr S. departOrigin Of Tlio Ited Cross. 4 Dollars worth of all property subject HIS CONQUKROR. ed on spoliation and pillage unrcbuk-e- d ment of argiculturo have disclosed Ques. Please tell ino how old the y law to local taxation, under Section I Red Cross organization tho fact that most of the starch can is and outline in public places." A Nerve Sedative that is 157 a. of, tho Constitution, for tho Declaring that the nation "hovers bo recovered from rotten or frozen Ans. Dates lly J. II. Mnckley. lits beginning briefly, Improvement and construction of tho Strong men may laugh at sentiment, on the bordorland between peace and potatoes, hitherto regarded as wholly from 1863 when international con recommended for Nervousfungi public roads and bridges ot the counwar," and pointing out that Ameri worthless; tho was called at Oenova, Swit And all Its mystic train, ference ty, be submitted to the voters ot Ohio G'en strains of patrlotio air Swiss clti- - ness, Sleeplessness, Epilep fighting and enduring hard- and tke freezing apparently do. not cans are zerland, Henri Durant, a SpeCounty. Said tax to be levied each ships In many climes, Senator Sher affect tho btarch dolotorlously. Appeal to him In vain. lecn, had published a work In which sy, Hysteria, Chronic Headcialists ot tho department suggest year for five consectutive years imman continues: lie called attention to tno neouiuss ache, Nervous Irritation, mediately following said election. tuby sick and hardships endured Put thero's orio sound beforo whoso "While they risk their lives and en- - that the great stocks ot spoiled the-biand for use by those ad- Tho taxes to bo collected and account might hardships in alien lands our bers now rojected and dumped in had como un duro vounded soldiers that markets should bo salvaged for His lordly banner dips: Presldont spends nine weeks in cere der hiH. observation u-- whilo sorvlng on dicted to the Alcoholic or ed for by tho Sheriff at tho Bnmo tlmo ... . .. arm I.. ttiKQ . o mony, banquets and visiting with tho starch that may bo obtained from and in tho samo manner and by tho Tho cry ot "Daddy," welling up i laioiucai lorco in iiuuua Drug Habit. ifli"" rncnmmendcd orcanizntion of same process, that ho collects taxes, kings, tho powerful ot tho earth, in thorn. From baby'H smiling lips. mm and an election is hereby ordered to It is the old society for caro of disabled ondless stately palaver. universal SOLD BY ALL DKUCGISTS be held throughout Ohio Couuty, in story ot magnlflonco and misery, ot Owing to tho hostility of tho French holdiors, also that sick and woundod 11 tho voting precincts MILES MEDICAL CO.,,Elkliart, Ind. (herein, oh the 8plcndor,and sufforing, of selfishness, Prosa thoro Is a probability ot tho too regarded as neutrals in time of, FOR FLETCHER'S I 8th., day ot March, 1919, upon tho und sacrifice Whlla ho coins new peace conference bolnc movod f rom. An international conference in vmr. proposition of whether or not a 1C of the leading nations fol phrases and chases infinite abstrac- - Franco to bomo neutral territory. Vov2 t ' ill B4, GIUM WANTS itho world were represented. Thcro stops woro taken for tlio organlza-'tlo- n FIXED WHEAT PRICE I vo A h a4 & 13 Dolkrs-1- 3 Cents dollars the other f,,t .... --- When last was cattle to-dn- ' ' be-fo- quarter It profit. had a "-- ,.-- - a margin whether any run lii-ui- nl J F1 A the and the consumer pretty which any industry turning raw step-paren- stop-pare- I ry slow-spoaki- 12,-00- CASTOR l A lnllitarniniaf9nVA4 inuseruruveraviears Swift & Company adn-quu- to HIE yr yr V np-pea- rs MP Children Ory CASTO R J & Ohio-Count- decay-produci- ..- ' OJiilclTen Ory .... CASTOR A . .M.JI&. lf j m ' (mwt-- h -- - ViPHJ?Pwww ,. ,- ,.,.i ii . - - - wn . " .. . KW- -r . . miniiniii,. . The Hartford hand that plants the memory trco may not Indeed llvo to sco It mature, but no community of patriots will ever suffer the soldier's nnmo to bo I'ublMicd Weekly by HARTFORD l'lUNTINO COSirAXY forgotten whllo the trco stands n Incorporated solemn monument to the honored W. S. TINSLEY, dead. C. E. SMITH, Republican tho farmers expenditures over tho trifling prico of n reap hook, but the "burden" added billions of wealth to agriculture. Tho tractor plow costs tho farmer mnny times tho price of tho wooden luouldbonrd, but makes him many times richer, and a trifling addition to tho tax now paid wll many fold, not only n tho reduced cost of transportation of the farmer's products over tho public highways, but In the convenience and comfort of travel. Mr. Howe's secupon a ond objection Is founded misconception of tho amount of money necessary to condition tho roads of the county. It is porhaps truo that the ordinary county revenue for road purposes would, after tho roads have been widened, drained, grades cut and etc., bo sufficient to keep them in a fair stnto of repair, but it is entirely inadequate to accomplish the purpose mentioned. Tho matter of twenty cents on tho ono hundred dollars worth of property could scarcely be magnified to a "burden," and it happens that tho largest taxpayers In tho county aro tho most vigorous advocate's of the road tax. rc-V- THH iii n mum moil i i..im egwiut Jiumuuti jp?imjMSi juiWks0S3K,a:,i?n.T-T.i- p JalifcS!!' Jew, tHRRHH -- t Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 6c por Hue, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, 5c per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cnmbcrlnnd Farmers Mutual FIMDAY al insertion. With the sitting of the now Con Editor gress tho, country may expect to bo JOHN IIEXIIV THOMAS W. S. TINSIjKY, Assoclnto Editor amazed by tho exposure of tho oxtravlganco and wasto in tho iind Himlncss Mnmigcr. money by tho use, of the public government during the past two Entered according to law at the Whllo tho country was Imro9tomce, Hartford, Ky., ns mall years. periled the people stood for whatever second class. matter of the orders came out of Washington but with tho advent of peace will bo Into Address nil communications terested In stock taking to seo how The Hartford Republican. far wo arc from national bankruptcy. Liberty bonds arc now soling around sunscmnens. notice four per cent discount, with another Subscribers desiring the paper sent six billion loan to bo floated in tho to a new address must glvo tho old spring. Tho Democratic party Is address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c long on theory but In practice It has per line, and 6c per lino for addition- been always n poor financier. President Sec.-Trca- s. to , 123 . SO KKIIRUARV 14 It appears that the government ownership policy may be the undoing of McAdoo. If the Society of Nations works well the Government may get all the casualty list of the present war published before the ne.ct one begins. The Butler county fiscal court has ordered a road tax election for March 15, just a week after ours is to be held. Let us set our Butler neighbors a good example by voting the tax. V I K.4 t Lee Simmcrman says, as how, It used to be an Invariable rule for A news dispatch from Russia says at our salesroom. people to place coins upon the eyes Archangel fallen. We had has ot their dear departed ones, while thought if there were any angels in A friend asked us yesterday why that Bolshevlki ridden country they we did not keep our readers posted lying a corpse, but somehow or other a corpse don't havo much luck in had fallen a long time ago. on the progress of the peace confer- keeping on their lids "Uncle Bill' Schooler, editor of ence. We told him as a first reason and, the practice has the Somerset Commonwealth, ac- that, so far as we could see it wasn't been well nigh broken up since knowledges the Kift of a bible."Uncle making any progress. There is a Ernest Dlrkhcad got to bo an under Hill" does not state what particular reat ,,eal of talk aI)0Ut a Society of taker. missionary socintv the donor was Nations, whatever that may mean. but if anything really definate has lepresentlng. Alvah Palmer, carrier on Route 1, been done toward laing the plank Mcllenry; Jim Park, Ed Davidson The traditional love of this coun- for the Huns to walk e have seen no Karl Anderson and Frank Lowe, try for Prance was stronger as a account of it. So far it has not been were all Invited out to a big G o'clock tradition than by pergonal inter- even determined Just what nations dinner one day last week and you course, according to reports of our may have representatives at tho con- may not believe It, but nearly all of soldier boys of their experience in ference, and we can hardly expect the boys were able to be out on their administrators notice the tiial to begin until the jury box Is routes on tho .second and third day that country. filled. So many nations with such after gathering In the swell cuts. All persons having clnims against A press report ot a battle with tho varied interests are pressing to be the estate of B. W. Oglesby. deceas Bolshevik! in Russia says five Ameri- heard that little definite action may Our old friend, Joe Eskrldge, of ed, are hereby notified to presen' can soldiers were killed. We are not be expected for some weeks to come. Fordsvlllo, while in town tho other same properly proven, to me on or at war with Russia and why this sac- The President's fourteen points seem day, dropped into this office and from before March 10, 1919. Persons rifice of American lives? Perhaps to have been lost in the shuffle, and here called up his wife. Mrs. Esk- - knowing themselves Indebted to tho there Is a reason, but we should like all we hear of them now is when the rldgo on learning that Joe was in said decedent will call on mo at onco Germans insist upon their adoption. this joint, ordered and to know It. directed that and make settlement. It appears the fourteen points appeal he not come home without renewing This January 28, 1919. Remember the m.id tax election much more strongly to the German her subscription to S. H. Oglesby, Admr. this sheet. Thus, March 8 Read carefully the fiscal i notion ot peace terms than to Hng- - Joe grew poorer by $1.C0, Centertown, Ky. and Thoni-a- s 31t3pd court order, elsewhere in this issue, land, France and Italy. Tho most being in Louisville, I am better and If there is anything further you 'conclusive developeiuent Is that Kng off by 12 bits. 1'Ort SALE. want to know about itask the county and Is letting Wilson and Clemenceau judge, county attorney, or some ot'ier do the talking and that Lloyd Georgo Lot and two storv brick storehouse. While I have been trying to grind t ; will do most of the writing. member of thp fLwil tourt. out a bit of stuff for the old sheet buim uuiiuuiuii mm mubi iicsirauio lov John Henry has filled himself to the cation. Address Box 321, Hartford, Hancock county is going to hold a The petticoat vote by national con- uttermost with 21tf. tho good things from or apply at this office. road tax election March 15. The stitutional amendment was defeated tho Lincoln Banquet 'at the Seelbach, good roads rlvlval is spreading like by only two votes in the United States hour ho sltteth under the vild fire. Tho reap hook and wood- Senate Monday. Thus ends the suf- and at this greatness, shadow of as 'twere, peren mould board plan ot working frage campaign for the present conhaps with both feet upon the, now, roads is too ancient and ineffective. gress. The Republicans will control empty table. Yes, I can see him with Let us abolish it, and establish mod- tho next congress, and as in recent The great World War is ended. And Spring is my mind's eye enshrouded in smoke ern methods of road building. j years they aro Herod In from the richest, the mellowest and with us again. And new Spring Goods is arriving bloomln' reforms, it Is" highly proba alluring Huvanas, with a happy and A Society of Nations wisely organ- ble they will submit tho amendment. daily. We are now showing a complete line of1 ravishing smile beaming from his ized should contribute toward a pa- The question of female suffrage pur- countenance, conduo to present White Goods, in long cloth, nainsook, white waisting, cific settlement of tho difficulties be- sues a strange course In these United tentment, a sort of halo reflected tween nations, but the fact must not States. There is nowhere a popular organdies, flaxons, embroideries and laces. ' from his dignified brow and hoary be lost sight of that national dif- demand for It, tho fact Is notorious very late in tho mornlocks, where, ferences, as personal ones, must, un- that fully ninety per cent of tho ing, only steaming cloths and bandder breaking pressure, be settled by women of tho country do not want It, ages may be found. It's a funny old Long Cloth 20c to 45c per yard. rule of strength rather than by rule and yet its eventual adoption is about world Isn't It? Tonight I envy John, Embroidery 5c to 50c per yard. of justice. as certain as any future event can be. tomorrow I may feel much better Twenty years ago Popullstlsm began ho, and, by tho latter thought I Laces 5c to 50c per 'yard. ! H Kentucky must keep A. O. Stan- expeilmenting by sowing new and un- than am consoled. ley in office it were decidedly better tried seed for tho propagation of exNew Dress.Gingham 25c to 30c per yard. to havo him In tho United States perimental and visionary legislation NOTICE. LL yard-wid- e Sheeting 18c per yard. senate, where he will be small pota- in the western states, and In order to I havo located In Beaver Bam for toes and few in tho hill, than to havo multiply tho advocates ot their novel- tho practice of dentistry, and shall Hoosier Sheeting 20c per yard. him Invested as governor with tho ties included female suffrage in their gratefully appreciate tho patronago 9-- 4 power to pardon an army of crimi- program. Having put it over tho of the public. Call on mo at tho A. Brown Pepperell Sheeting 60c per yard. nals out of tho penitentiary to prey plate in a number of states west of tho D. Taylor property. 10-- 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 65c per yci upon the peaceful and Mississippi river, and Invested a few 25tt M. R. TAYLOR, D. D. S. citizens of the commonwealth. 9-- 4 million female voters with a voico In Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 65c per yard. thp electorial college tho politicians, OAIH) OP THANKS. 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 70c per yard. . At a timo when tho government and I usually cringing and cowardly, sud- public generally aro trying to devlso denly discovered a mares' nest in a our many friends Wo wish to thank Hope Bleach 25c per yard. means to find employment for our re- great popular uprising for universal and neighbors for their kindness and turning soldiers tho work to be af- suffrage. Tho adoption ot woman attention during tho sickness and on forded on public roads, if tho tax is suffrage will present tho strange the occasions of the deaths ot our Come, telephone or write us for your needs. We voted, is a factor worthy of consider- spectablu of forcing an imaginary two children, Hocker and William ation. Tho money collected in each privilege upon many mllions ot citi- Arnold. still have a few Ladies' and Children's Winter Coats tnaglbterlal district will all be spent zens who have not asked for it nud the new tamplc line May God's richest blessings atto close out a bargain of 1-- 3 off. In tho district whero collected and do not want it. A. E. ANDERSON & CO., tend each and every one ot you, is will furnish much employment for CHICAGO, and you will want our prayer. Mr. Clinton Rowe, of Centeitown, MR. and MRS. LUTHEU MILLER. to place your order for new In ii letter appearing elsewhere in clothes. m Someone has suggested that some- this paper, states his objections to ADMINISTItATOR'S NOT1CK body that loved a soldier who died voting tho road tux. His first obAll persons having claims against S&.TAIIPRING YOU NEED "overthero" plant ii treo to perpetuate jection is an ago-ol- d ono; ho opposes the estate ot James Calloway, dehis memory. No more appealing sug- adding to the burdens of the people. ceased, ' are hereby notified to pro-segestion has been made, and we hope Mr. Howe's error is in assuming it will samo to mo for payment on or W. H. BAIZE, that some lolng hand will plant nn t be an added burden. It will not bo a before April 10, 1919. This JanuKy. elm or an oak sacred to the memory burden, but an Investment, paying ary lG, 1919. Hartford, of some soldier filond who died for several ATtVIN W. LEISURE, Admr. hundred per cent. Tho Local Representative, his country in a far away laud. The modern binder addod immensely to 30t3pd Rockport, Ky. The Saturday Evening Post and the Louisville Courier Journal will begin March 2, concurrently, tho serial publication of of tho "Memoirs Marso Henry." There Is a pathetic touch In the title. It Is too suggestive of the approach of tho period of the life work of tho great Kentuc ky editor. Henry Watterson is the last of the old school of Kings of the quill. Ho was not, indeed, always right nor always agreeable, but always versatile, always honest and always fearless, tho trlntlty of virtues that makes an editor loved by tho upright, hated by the hypocrlts and feared by the rascals. At a time when democracy has risen to the flood and is overflowing Its banks, and mankind is breaking loose from the restraints and customs of ages ti of see visions and dream dreams loose order and easy wealth. It Is to see so wise a counoe'or. and so fearless and advocate of social order, turning into tho last year of his fourth score. We join a host of his counrymen In wishing for tm veteran editor yet a long and usetul leaie of life. Let the " Cleveland " help you increase profits! Cleveland tractor is thousands of farmers the way to greater profits from their farms. It means quicker work better work and at a lower cost. Saves men, teams gets the crops in on time gets them harvested and to market at the best time to sell. m FOH SALE. or S Thousand hard brick, 1600 soft brick and a lot of good hard bats. 7 THE It will pull a two-botto- m 33t2. ELLIS ICE CO. Hartford, Ky. m STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) We saw an old rounder very carlv tho other morning carrying a yellow and apparently, much used shoe box under ono arm. and as wo passed him wo remarked, "Brother, your box is leaking." The first thing ho said, was, "durn tfiat stopper." I suggested that he come into our ollice to fix it, but he wouldn't, or at least he didn't. plow and turn over 8 to 10 acres a day in medium soil. It will pull a harrow, a pulverizer, seeder or harvester. It will furnish power for any ordinary farm machinery. . . Use it with Oliver Plows Hitch your Cleveland tractor to nn Oliver plow and wntch the The Oliver is designed for this particular work will stand the excessive strains of tractor service. The combined rolling coulter and jointer buries all trash and weeds at the bottom of the furrow. The stop device maintains an even depth of furrow. The trip rope control enables the driver to operate the plow from his seat on the tractor. The plow points enter and leave the ground first, insuring a good clean furrow clear to the end of the field. Let us show you the Cleveland tractor and Oliver plows here good work! J. F. CASEBIER & CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. now-a-day- s, Itftmammammimm 44 44 V ' Peace and The Boys Are With Us. 99 ...., .,:::.:' "Ain't it a Grand and Glorious Feeling?" law-abidi- i! SEE MmniWWI I mil I J. 1-- A good appearance is a valuable asset at nt Carson (EL Hartford, Ky. nnmnan 3 "crssr Wo had a letter, enclosing the prlco Messrs. Geo. W. nml O. D. Fentress, Unrtfonl nttend-In- g for. a subscription to tho Republican, of Narrowfl, from our old Narrows neighbor, Mr to business Wednesday. Albert Harrison, who is now nt Gill, ICtli., ctt, Arkansas. Mr. .Harrison tell! Special Saturday, Feb. KELLY has a price nn eggs and hens us ho Is now superintendent of a largo rice plantation, nnd is In a progres Hint will surprise you. sive and growing town. L. T. RILEY. wc-ro"l- Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING Ready-to-We- ar Department H Our Spring line of Ready to wear Garments are arriving daily. This week our entire line will be in the house ready for your inspection. We are showing for Children and Misses a complete line of Gingham and Percal Dresses, from 2 to 16 years old, ranging in price from .$1.50 to $5.00. Ladies' house dresses, size 34 to 44, Gingham and Percal, $2.50 to $4.0.0. Skirts and Waists, from $2 to Ready-to-Wear Kaiser Itlal asked us to notify the It you llko tlio Jlcpublirnn tell your neighbor about It and ask hi in public that Heg Casobler Is no longer to subscribe- for It. A good word in his employe nt his popcorn stand, from n patron Is the best kind of- ad- nnd Heg says he was never In tho employo of the Knlscr, except to vertising. sometlmei sclsoors off about an Inch Mr. William Wright, of SebrPO, was of the top of his popcorn sacks, nnd guest of his sis- that ho did that solely as an tlio Sunday-Tuesda- y ter, Mrs. C. E. Smith, who Is slowly recovering from nn attnek of InfluenWe gratefully appreciate the faithza and pneumonia. ful nnd efficient correspondents on Hev. W. O. Gordon,-o- f Prentiss, was. our list, but arc anxious to increase adjudged a lunatic, In county court tho number. Wo arc especially Friday, and was ordered committed anxious to have a correspondent nt.1 Hosine and to the Western Hospital for tho In- Fordsllle, Itockport, Cromwell, as these are the larger sane, at Hopklnsvlllo. towns not represented on our corresOur Duller county neighbors have pondent list. a fresh outbreak of the llu, more John Ross Taylor, son of Mr. nnd than three hundred cases being reported In that county last week. No Mrs. Penn Taylor, whoso attack of appendicitis, nt Akron, Ohio, mention ban was put on public meetings. of which occurred In these colmuns was operated on at the Mr. W. W. Riley nnd wife nro In last week, Riley's par- homo of his parents here, Saturday, Greenville, visiting Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Silo Taylor. Mr, and Is recovering from tho operation. Klloy recently sold his barber shop Dr. Samuels, a surgeon, of Louisville, assisted by local physicians performhere nnd will locate In Mississippi. ed the operation. accom-modltlon. 1919 The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars J 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. x Runabout Touring Car Coupe $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 i I X X Sedan Truck Chassis The prices. F. O. B. Detroit. E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. BRO. ! $10. Spring Coats and Coat Suits from $12.50 to $35. Muslin Underwear Gowns, Teddy Bears, Chemise from $1.50 to $4. Call and see the line, get our prices, and likely garments you will decide that to buy ready-mad- e would be cheaper than buying piece goods and made. See us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. hav-ing'the- m Jk$&6o, iThe Hartford Republican IllKl'AItV 14 Hay For Sale First class timothy, E. D. Cox, Fitm.iv, M 32tl Hartford, Ky. TIME TABLE. B. & E. ll.-flouth Bound, No. 115 .. u.(ffl,i w .QnR m.. m Horth Bound, No. 114 8.46 P. m. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Trlni.) & I Motors. Joe and Emel Eskridgc, of Fordsvlllo .were In town Wednesday. spent tho week end with her mother, Mrs. Plummor, at Heaver Dam. It juii it 'mt liuvn rwnujiMiliif vmu vnrr in vw ihmv uiiii iiiiitb wii " lttlc I'p"c. ot Caneyvllle, i ? Personal News PlIPntR QUOULOi DPinl 3nH allU OUUia. . J sell the quickest way to make tho snlo J Is to advertise It In tho Republican. $' Thc Vulca" Chilled Turning and i,0 iwaten. J New Gnmml VUtWA Ci,u-t ;Sold by azu W. E. ELLIS & BRO. You hail better see Louis Riley 32U nil kinds of feeds. lnaturuay n you navu uny illinium iu "le tho h,B,Mt cash ll. FOR LIME and CEMENT, go to 33U 1"CC. w. K. Kilt & Uro. Go to W. K. ELLIS and llro., for ? Mrs. Florence Southard and little W E ELLIS and BRO., have tho "seeds that grow. 32t4 daughter Cora May of Simmons. fluid arc spending tho week with Mrs. S. Keown. Johnson, of Narrows, was It. W. In Hartford Wednesday. Tho Hluo Bird Plow Is ono ot tho Louis- - bent If not tho best Steel Plow on the Attorney II. P. Tnylor was In Seo vllle a few days tho first ot tho week. market. W. K. ELLIS & HRO. 32t4 Good clover hay for sale. Seo For Salt" Fordson Tractor, bought TICE IJUItNS, lnbt fall. Price $400.00. Hartford, Ky J. G. KEOWN, 33-tHartford, Ky. To buy 1,000 pounds of' Wanted good popcorn. It Is reported that soverul hundred ALBERT RIAL. Hartfotii, Ky. dogs were killed in tlio county, their ono Thn rrint tnihienza ban operated owners valuing them at less than of tho public schools dollar. to close tho last for tho year. Mr. It. B. Martin spent n fow days this week with his mother, Mrs. J. Mrs. Ollio Harnett is in Owensboro of N. Martin, and othor relatives wbero a specialist Is treating her for Cromwell. throat trouble. -l . ' .( A W ', S -- Mr. E. Y. Park, who is engaged in Mr. Otto' Martin went to Louisville City, camo Wednesday morning to attend tho tho drug trade at Central up Tuesday to spend a few days with Lincoln Banquet. his homefilks. C. 13. Attorney Commonwealth's Magic Poultry nnd Stock Tonics, alSmith went to Central City Tuesday, so B. A. Thomas Poultry and Stock on legal business. Sold by Remedies. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Glng to make 32U . Louis niloy Is Saturday, Feb. 10th. a special day on Miss Azaleo Bennett, ot the Shlnklo chickens and eggs. a Chappel community, Is spending Cas-ke- y droop was in Owens-bor- few days with her aunt, Mrs. J. Itev. Walter Bennett, and family, hero. the latter part ot last week, the parents. guest ot his Mr. Weaver Barnes, father of setting time, and If you Judge W. H. Barnes, had a fu)l. reIt is hon mitting from dizziness. Sunday, from have hatching eggs for sale advertise which ho suffered a slight Injury. Republican, them In tho o, Just received n car load of ColumIn response to nn appeal made by bus road wagons. If In need of a S. O. Keown, Chairman of the Local llrst class road wagon call on, Draft Hoard, for a competent clerk to LUTHER CI 1 INN, assist In making up the final records Beaver Dam, Ky. and files and otherwise winding up detailed Miss Mary Foreman, of Narrows; tho business, Major Rhoads Reading, Clerk of the Miss Gertrude Schlcinmer, city, and Mr. .John F. District Hoard, of Madlsonvllle, to as Miss Azalce Bennett, guests of Miss Reading re Gladys Bennett, were entertained at sist in the work. Mr. games Tuesday night. ports a part of the records incomrook and other plete nnd rather badly kept and that It will take some two weeks to get Mrs. A. K. Anderson, stenographer them In shape for final disposition. for Woodward & Kirk, was In Evans-vlllo Friday and Saturday taking NARROWS. stenographic reports ot depositions In a easo In which her employers were Farmers In this neighborhood are attorneys. very busy delivering tobacco and pre paring for another big crop. Homer Magan, a seventeen years Mr. and Mrs. Estill Willis and little old son ot Mr. Alex Magan, of near daughter, Marie, are visiting their Dunham's school house, died SaturNarrows this week. day morning. Tho young man had parents, at Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Renfrow, of influenza which Inter developed Into Owensboro, camo up last week to be pneumonia. with Mrs. Rentrow's parents, Mr. and young Mrs. Tom Duke, of Sunnydale, who Whii led To trade good ill with "llu" for some stock for a good reliable team of have been and of time. work horses, must bo sound Mrs. Carl Purgerson closed her good size. school here Friday on account of llu W. SANDEFUR, JOHN ban being on again. Hartford, Route, 7. Miss Minnie Godsey is qulto sick at her home in Narrows this wee!; Dr. J. I. Whlttenberg, of Louis with chills and fever. ville. State Sanitary Inspector for the Miss Eunice Shultz Is teaching mu State Hoard of Health, was In Hart sic at Dundee since the flu ban has ford and other points In the. county closed out her school at Itockport yesterday and tho day before, Inves- again. tigating tho- influenza situation. Mr. Floyd Smith, of Barretts Fei-rIs quite- - sick with typhoid fever Watt Taylor, a farmer ot Mantan- - following the flu. zas, fed fifteen head of cattle that Mr. Marvin Foreman, of Narrows, nut on an average weight of 100 and Miss Nellie Finn, of Dundee wei" pounds during tho month ot January. mnrried at tho brides homo, at G Ho used a balanced ratlotirns direct o'clock Wednesday evening. Also ed by County Farm Agent Browder. Crow Thomas and Miss Ethel Mufi'ett, of this place were married in OwensA partial list of dog owners in tho boro, Tuesday evening at tho court county appears in this issuo of the house, by Rev. Roy Gabbart. Republican, and wo will bet a pint Judgo R. R. Wedding, ot Iartford, ot peanuts against a package of pop visited his sister, "Mrs. Liz Harrison, corn that overy mnnwho has bought near Barretts Ferry ono day last a dog tag will scan the list closely to week. seo if his neighbor has jlono llkowibe. i Mr. and Mrs. Noah White, of Dun dee, visited Mrs. Joo Whlto here. Mr. C. T. Sutton, former editor Saturday night and Sunday. , Owonsboro Inquirer and later In tho I Mrs. Arthur Witm and Mrs John correspondence department ot the Mitchell went to Owensboro Friday. Green River Distilling Company, has Miss .Maud Miller, of Olaton 13 visit accepted employment with the Anglo ing Mrs. Arthur Wilson this weoK. American Mill Company, nnd will Mrs. Martha Coppago died at the havo charge ot tho correspondence liorne of her son, Mr. Eminctt Copp- sales department. pago, Friday night and was burled in the Petty graveyard Saturday afOur foreman, Mr. Ramcy Duke, ternoon. wc-nto Owensbofo Monday to vUit Mr, and Mrs. Robert Fulkonou. his brother, Capt. W. E. Bennett, who of Centertown, visited Mr. Fuller-son'- s had a recurrent attack of an old sister, Mrs. J. T. Shultz, SaturMr. Duke returned day night and Sunday. nervous trouble. Monday night, and later report indi Mr. J. 11. Renfrow and Mr. Bill cates Capt. Bennett Is much Improv Murphy went to Owensboro Fiiday, ed. on business. Tho high school pupils who weiu tc Corp. W. W. Brooks, of the Field graduate at Forasviil-- this term will Artlllory, hns been discharged from start to Whilesvlilo Monday for th-- j tho military service, and is visiting rest ot this yenr's teiui. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Koown. Corp. Brooks was formerly a locomotive enCARD OF THANKS. gineer with tho I. O. Railroad Com Wo wish to thank our friends and now pany, to which occupation ho will neighbors for tholr many acts of return. kindness in tho last illness and death of our Son and Brother, and for the Mr. Jofforson Wntterson and son, wo are Randall, who aro employed by the L beautiful floral tributes especially grateful. & N. Railroad Co., on tho East St. R, B. MARTIN and FAMILY. Louis division, returned hero Wednesday, preparatory to packing their EGGS household goods tor removal to Ash-lo- REEFER'S MORE 111., for which place they, with TONIC. their wives, will leave Monday, to reside for a time. For sale by . i y i J i y, : i i Sell Your Tobacco! will begin buying by sample at my warehouse in Hartford immediately. AH grades accepted. See me r before selling elsewhere. VEACHEL WESTERFIELD, Hartford, Kentucky. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By. I. D. Claire.) couple of Hartford girls has ast mo to advertise for husbands for They are reasonably good them. looking, fairly industrious and very anxious to git married. They said for me to pay no attention to the applications of Mack Fogle and Ad HowA ard. "Old Timer" is bein' called on to go hither and yon to water witch for folks wantin to dig wells. It pays to advertise. , i Tho flu didn't last long in Hartford, but It give a lot of prohibitionists an excuse to stock up with whisky. TInsley Is a genius when It comes Me to meetin' genuine difficulties. and Doc Riley couldn't imagine how to manage it after the first of July, but Tins camo to our rescues. He wasn't doin' it all just because he liked yie and Doc, but he Is In the same boat. Tins proposed that he move out on my little farm,, keep four vicious bull dogs and have Doc report that he has leprosy, to keep people from dlscoverin' his still. Doc will have to go out and treat him for the leprosy and can bring my shear in. Cal Keown has a boss and wngon and he's agreed to haul Doc and tho liquor back and forth free. Tins is a mighty good friend to have in a pinch. -- visiting friends and relatives of this place. Mr. Kenneth Awky, who has been very ill of typhoid, at tho homo of,' his uncle, S. L. Whlttaker, is improving nicely. Mr. AIney Howard and wife, of near Livermore, visited his sister and family, Mrs. Pat Foster, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Bill Johnson and family visited at tho home of Mr. N. M. Russell' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riggs, of near itockport, visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Riggs, of this place from Saturday until Sunday. Mrs. Mary Easterday, Mrs. Esther Russell, Mrs. Vornie Johnson and children and Mrs. Fred Oucal and little son visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renfrow, of near Beda, Porter, ot Hartford, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Robertson, of this place, a fow days last week. .Monday. Mrs. A. C. If Yon Will CWck Any of tie Articles - "Old Timer" demands that I apologize for sayln' he used a forkwl peach tree limb for flndin' water. Ho says he used a straight stick, and that a buggy whip would do just as well, and durned if I don't believe he is right about that part of it. He says that the science of water witch-Ilike all other sciences, is advanc-l- n and that it is only the old fashioned charlatans who use a forked stick now. n, Enumerated below, which you will buy this year, and mail in to us we will send you a farm paper 12 months without charge: N Silos Cream Separators.. Wagons Buggies a m NOTICE DOG OWNERS Cultivators Disc Harrows "A" Harrows Riding Plows Tractor Plows .... Walking Plows ... Shovel Plows Corn Planters 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. . ....'. ., Binders Mowing Machines r Hay Rakes Hay Bailers Grain Drills ....,.. Lime Sowers mm 1IEFLIN. Manure Spreaders Corn Shellers Corn Crushers .. - Mrs. Hettie Hoover, ot near Pleasant Hill, dlod of pneumonia Saturday night nnd was burled at Pleasant Hill Sunday afternoon. Mr. Vascoe Baird and Henry Tanner, of this place, have received their discharge and arrived homo from Camp last week. They are welcomed home by many friends. Mr. Paul Russell visited his many friends of Rough river neighborhood last week. Mrs. Pearl Oneal and llttlo son, Georgo Lewis, ot Carrol County, are Gasoline Engines Stoves .. W. II. Smith, auditor for tho & Deposit Guarantee Company of Maryland, bondsman for sheritf S. A. Bratchor, was here and checked ' Monday. Mr. tho sheriffs offlco completed liis work in ten Smith minutes, found the accounts correct to ,n penny, and said Mr Bratoher's offlco was tho best kept otfiug ho had chocked .t the state. MRJ3. B. F. McCORMICK Agent Hartford, Ky. Route 7 Call or write me, or see the Kentucky Creameries. L. T. RILEY, Mgr. In addition to the ajjove we handle a full line of farmers' supplies and we urgently request that you visit our store before buying. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cuiubvi land Phone. f9 - w " ry.y 'T WV V" '"TIBF,,W Up t ?!.' I ITT - Tlffii 'I "" Farm Department KccpliiR Hojis Ifenttli)'. that goes far to protect hogs from diseases consists In glvlnB them now ground to work over each year. Discaso germs nro less likely to be found on new ground than on ground that has been given up to the hogs year after yoar. This npplles to tho yards adjoining the pens ns much ns to the large fields. The use of small movable houses greatly facilitates a rotation of hog yards. Tho portable buildings nro quickly moved from place to place, and thus it Is possible to keep tho sows, pigs nnd fattening hogs on laud that is surely not contaminated by One of tho measures turo for chickens, ducks and bocso, and a placo to throw tho old trash that you might need some tlmo. Said ns how a shed was awful unhandy ns tho Inst tool you used this year, was the last one for 'next year and It was an nwful Job to get tho one out j His wife says It will Do nwini nanny wncn snm cues nnu sno has to have a sale, ns the tools nro nil out In tho open nnd ready for tho auctioneer and the crowd Silas of Navnrrc. you wanted. that tho threads will not pull out of placo. A twilled cloth docs not show soil ns readily ns plain, but It scorns to hold tho dirt moro tenaciously. Materials of satin weaves do not stand friction as well as those of plain woavo. Fancy, part gauzo and part solid lono wcavo not goods of the only stnnd very little friction but when washed must bo carefully pulled and stretched wlillo drying to have so h I Our Farm Notebook. the stable manure to tho garden now for best results. One method of removing the down dLscase. Clean out the briers and bushc3 from ducks Is to sprinkle powdered With tho movable hog houses It Is from every roadside, fence, and ditch rosin over the duck's body and dip tho possible to adopt nnothor protective bank. bird Into hot water, which molts tho measure, which is tne division 01 mo Remember that the garden Is not rosin so that the down and rosin can herd. Tho hogs being in small completo without hotbeds nnd cold bo rubbed off easily with the hand, groups In separato yards or fields, frames. leaving tho body clean. tne coming or a cnoicra cpiuemic, ior, negn advertising the plants and example, is not likely to bo so dlsas- - SCC(ls you havo for sale Yo w, gct A trous as It otherwise would be. Jnorc profit by ndvcrtlsing an,i wlli FOR FLETCHER'S disease may break out in one placo ,, somo , a fnvor who ,s on tho x and tho remainder ot tho hogs on jookout for g00li scedg. I tho farm may not bo affected at nil. -u w, bo wc t0 pa. cIoso atten. On tho other hand, if they are bunch- t)0 t0 fce(,,ng tho work stock for A GOOD ItOAII IX OHIO COUXTV1 ed in small yards and disease should tho heavy farm work wll, soon beglll break out, in many instances the en- - aml they should ,)0 , good condition. No, the nbovo Is not a fact, but Intiro drove will bo affected with it. etter get up your onlor for neC(le,, deed, a possibility. What would you In introducing new stock Into a repalrs on 0id implements right think of a really good road all the drove, the greatest precaution f the lnntler ls put orf the way from your home to your school, nlble should bo taken, else the disease work ot 11iantlng, harvesting, or cul- - your church, and your principal place mny Do brought in tnis way. ino tlvatng niay be Brently delayed. All such roads can be of business? , ,n .. animal snouiu como upon any iarm , ntiltt mado good, none need to be slighted. I without being thoroughly disinfected vator tllIs year Wlth tno present It was partly because men of adand then quarantined for two or three ncccggily ot sneedlng up production, vanced' years and considerable exIn use for over 40 years! weeks before being allowed near tho u ls slmply foolish to wasto the labor perience testified before the Fiscal Thousands of voluntary ques-'o- f Test of the animals. Tho hog In by ushlg two.half-roone , Court that in all their lives they had lion may have como from a healthy cultlvators whero 011e Would serve, never been able to travel fifteen miles letters from women, tell. being shipped over drove, but while ing of the good Cardui It notceablo fact that very few in any direction from their homes in come railroad may have been exposed ,lomc orcbanls huve been prune(1 UI,;ohio County aI1 the way ovor a g00tl has done them. This is to cholera and so contracted the ills to this time. No time should be lost road, that It was thought proper and the best proof of the value ease. in getting at this, or it is likely to be n fact, necessary to call an election of Cardui. It proves that On every farm there should bo neglected In the rush of spring work, to vote upon the question of a twenty- Cardui is a good medicine made some provision for dipping When fruit trees aro planted, the cent road tax. These men were good hogs. This not only proves to be labels, held in place by a wire, should citizens of Ohio county, and were for women. an easy and effectual method of dis- be removed. The only safe way to ( testifying out of their own experience, There are no harmful or infecting animals which are being keep track of varitles Is tomnke and , The question of good roads In Ohio drugs in brought upon the farm, but it also llle away a plan of the orchard which County is not altogether a question of It is composed Cardui. furnishes a good way for disposing of will show what kind of trees are set miin to manage the roads, but large-i- n only of mild, medicinal lice. There aro very few droves of each place. ly a question of money to pay for swine that arc not afflicted at home ingredients, with no bad If you need a bigger garden, move them. Surely, In more than one hun-th- e time or other by lice. While this fence and mako the enlargement ,ire,i years of tho existence of tho trouble may usually be overcome by now. Don't wait for spring. And in County, some man or bet of men, XA prayiug or sprinkling the animals this connection, remember that lone !, .n,,i,i I imv. i.n...i nrn.inxn.i TAKE i with dip, tho lice commonly are most rows, een u ou nao to make iun make and keep up some good roads , (U Lll'J BUII1VIUUH Ull illU UUilU CiUU garden narrow, will mean easier cul county, if such could be done cars, under the forelegs, and in other tivation, because honc implements by men alone. places where the dip can not can be employed. Make the gate secluded Uut the experience of these more conveniently be sprinkled or sprayed. lnrge enough to admit a wagon for than one hundred years hns taught when the animals are put through hauling manure. But that it is not a matter ot men but a dipping tank they will be free from Keep the plow going on land that of system, and a good system takes t all vermin, for a time at least. The must be broken. The teams will money. If tho money Is put up there hog oilers may also bo used to keep stand the hard work much better will be good men found to spend it You can rely on Cardui. down the lice. W. F. P. these cold days than they will when wisely and well. Such men there aro r Surely it will do for you spring days come. Then, too. In the county, and plenty and they hot what it has done for so The Skunk. these plowing Jobs will bo out of the will be given the opportunity. A many thousands of other The skunk has long hair, a very way of planting and the turning good system properly financed ls womenl It should help. tail, a patch of white onthe dor of cover crops. If you have moro bound to get good results, ' "I was taken sick, back, also white on the forehead. In plowing than you can do with teams, A good road is an investment th. t seemed to be ," many localities this animal is known better consider the purchaso of a pays high Interest. The price of ev- -' Wa writesMrs. Alary E.Vesle, as a pole-ea- t, in others ho is called tractor individually or in cooperation cry pieco of land in the county de- -' of Aladison Heights, Va. n skunk, or "chicken thief." with neighbors. pends largely upon the roads. Ev- -' "I got down so weak, . During sovere winter weather the, ery community where there aie go id could hardly walk . . . v near eKunk hibernates in burrows generous share of Fond Prices Decline. muds receives just staggered around. the frost line. It is not uncommon The New York Produce evchancc profits from persons passing through 1 read cf Cardui, to find 10 or 12 skunks sleeping In' t on rucort, recelUly as favoring mul at the same time such communiand after taking one botthe same habitation. At first ap- - rotentlon r tbe prices and regula-proac- h ties have an outlet for their own tle, or before taking quite of spring, ho comes forth and tIons controlHnB hl the 191S wheat use and benefit. With tho right of all, I felt much better, t begins search for feed, which consists ,,.....,.. nnil n .iismnttniiniipn ..r ti,n way cleaned off, with tho hills gradtook 3 or 4 bottles at of mico, rabbits, birds and chickens. policy of government price-fixin- g as ed, with the roads widened, crowned that time, and was able (o When the ground thaws ho digs holes applied to hogs, coarso grain and oth- up and kept well dragged nnd draindo my work. I take it in in tho sides of the hills or about the er foodstuffs. Tho exchange directed ed, and with the bridges and culverts the spring when runin roots of trees; ..,.. search ,. of insect its board of manacers to anneal (11- - fixed and kept In good state of re- down. I had no appetite, .. -- a " l vtr r.1 mi. animus .uiHi uai uiru ef,ts, reclly to tho preaj,ieut t(, uft tho j pair, verily, Ohio County would be a and I commenced eating. in- beetles, in fact any e restrictions upon hogs and! better place to live In. It is the best tonic I ever iject j tho grains. Vote tho road tax. Do your own ' saw." Try Cardui. The skunk does not emit odor unThero has been a drop of as much duty toward the roods In your com less ho is attacked. Dogs will seldom as 15 cents a pound in wholesalo price inanity and all these tilings and more, ' All engage In a fight with an adult or nutter within two weeks, witn a can ue uonc. skunk, especially if they have had rally yesterday, creameries selling 48 CONTRIBUTED. one encounter. Tho skunk has two to GS ceutsr Eggs, too, sold off cousins, tho mink and the weasel, sharply, the best lots selling at CO to Colling Itld or Colds. which nro much moro active and til cents a dozen. Owners of dairy Tho easiest nnd quickest way t'o get blood-thirstIn times of danger products In cold btorago warehouses rid of a cold ls to tako Chamberlain's the skunk will stand still or take his nre alarmed and are offering conces- Cough Hemedy. This preparation tlmo to get away. sion to buyers. Government and for- lias been in use for ninny years and Skuuks aro really benefactors eign buying of various foods has near- Its vnluo fully proven. No mutter rather than pests. Their destruc- ly ceased, and exporters are buying what remedy you use, however, caro tion of mice nnd all kinds ot insect food in South America and Australia. must bo taken not to contract a sec- -l life considerably overbalances tho Eggs broke 10 cents yestorday. Hay ond cold boforo you havo recovered harm they might do by destruction ot is $2 to $4 n ton lower under larger from the first one, and thero ls seri-- 1 WEBSTERS poultry or birds. Their fur is a supplies, tho best selling at $28 to our danger of this. A man of middle treat asset; quito frequently wo find $21. go to bed and ,ugo or older should wen raising theso "night cats" for tho I stay in bed until fully recovered. It fur they produce. Edgar S. Jones. Team Work WIils In KlBh t AVitli ' Is better to stay In bed three days DICTIONARIES are in use by business men, engineers, bankers, at the btart than three weeks later Diseases. architects, physicians, judges, 'Twus Ever Thus. m It is easier and more economical to on. farmers, teachers, librarians, clerOld Sam Wombas came over to bor- prevent tho Introduction of disease gymen, by succestful men and row four harrow teeth to put in tho Into a herd or flock than it i3 to WOUNDED FELL DEAD women the world over. liarrow that ho loft standing in tho ellminato it. Every possible precauAre You Equipped to Win? fonco corner last spring. Said ho tion should bo takon by tho stockman Senate Start I'robo On Treatment The New International provides guessed they fell out and got lost. to prevent the introduction of discaso Of American Soldiers. the means to success. It is on Bald 'twas a lot of bother to hunt on his promises. In recent yoar3 teacher, a universal quesaround to try to find them in his big animal losses directly or Indirectly tion answerer. Washington, Feb. 7.. .Investigation wagon abed and he kuowed I always from disease havo amounted to moro by the Senate Military Commlttco of If you seek efficiency nnd advancement why not mako dally could find things easier than ho could than $200,000,000 annually, but with t American rest and embarkation use of this vast fund of informon account of having a root over my proper team work between Federal, ( camps in Franco was urged in tho ation? shed, whero his did not have any. Stato and local authorities and stock- Senate y 400.000Vocabu!aryTermt. 2700 Page. by Senator Lodgo and ' Colored l'Utca. 6000 Illustration. Said bo was going to build a shed last men theso losses can bo promptly other Republicans, who submitted 30,000 Gcofironhlcal Subject. 12,000 biographical entries. fall but hnd no room to put one, as and greatly reduced. telegrams and nowspapor articles i Regular and Editions. nil tho empty places wero about filled alleged reciting mistreatment of Wrlteforarwo-Imc- a up with tools that ho had bought to How DllVennt Kinds Of Good Stand wounded and other soldiers. pKe, ' Khift along with till ho could afford llluatratlutu, Washing A telegram presented by Senator etc. free, a to buy now ones, as tho new ones coat A cloth of plain wcavo shows soil Lodge from John J. Bush, of tho et of Pocket Mops U you too much monoy, and tho paint enmo quickly, but if It is firmly wovon, it Michigan Society of Now York, stated i iihiuo tuU off In a yoar or bo anyhow and thon stands rubbing well and tho dirt Is that lapor. wounded soldiers arriving at thoy woro no better than the second oaklly removed by washing. On tho Now York declared that soldlors at G.&C. MERRIAM hand tools Said ho many buildings other hand, a looeely woven plain Camp Algnan mado serious charges CO.. KftsKffJ SjirlnglUld, Mkj. on a iarm took up a lot of ground, cloth niubt not be rubbed hard and It was stated that wounded men had i' ithat was needed for farming and pas-- 1 must bo carefully handled Jn drying "dropped dead in line" whore men ' I'lrinni K iVpply I I size. Loosely woven mntorlals of all kinds hnvo greater nbsorptlon powers thnn tho closely woven vnritles; this means lcs bluing for tho loosely woven goods. made by Thcso nro suggestions home economics experts hi tho Department of Agriculture. Children Cry CAS T0 R A . r wcro forced at mess to stand In mud over tholr boot tops, nnd that tho camp had boon popularly dubbed "Camp Agony" with a guardhouso overflowing with men confined for trivial infractions of military regulations. Senator Lewis, nt Illinois, Democrat, nsked Hint n copy of tho tolo-grabe sent to Secretary Ilaker, who, ho declared,, was ready and anxious to Investigate all such charges. Senator Lodgo replied that ho would bo delighted with thnt course, but felt tho Military Commlttco should act, because, ho assorted, past has demonstrated that re ports to Secretary tinker of such In cidents havo been "wholly useless." "1 want an investigation," said Senator Lodgo, "that will not result In suppressing or whitewashing." Senator Now, of Indiana, a Repub lican member of tho Military Commit tee, said that on January 2 a resolu tion he Introduced for Investigation of conditions nt the Iircst camp had been blocked by Democratic opposition, nnd that although reported to Secretary llokcr no results had como from tho Secretary's investigation. DIRECTORY cmcurr couni. JtidKc II. V. Black, Owensboro. Ouni'th. Attorney 0. E. Smith, Hartford, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Coiiuiilnnloiier Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, . Clerk I1KAVKII DAM. W. T. McKonne?. m Ch'm'n. Hoard It. W. King. Polico Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal It. F. Stevens. FOItliSVILLK. i Hartford. 1st w For lkWWJM Weak Women 1 Pos-'awa- ' w 's 3 Monday in March 13 days Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALHNIUIW 1st Monday in July 13 days County Hoard of Kducatlon. Com'th. nnd Civil. 3d Monday In September E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 13 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Civil. th Monday In November 13 days ford, Ky. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. COUKTV COURT. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cnrtor, Narrows, Meets first Monday In each month. Ky. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No 4 Robert doff, Uoslno, County Att'y A. D. Kirk. Ky. Clerk W. C. Dlnnkenshlp. Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Slcvons, BeavSheriff S. A. Uratcker. er Dam, Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Ltndley, Center-tow- n, Jnllcr Worth TIchenor. Ky. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday ln Surveyor C. S. Moxley. February; ltt Monday In April; 1st Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Mondny In Octobor; 1st FISCAL COURT. Monday In Doccmbcr. 7X Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday County Board of Examiners 1919 In January, April and October. E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Snndo-fu- r, 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ws S. Hill. Route 3. Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common schoo ind District Sam L. Stevens, Beavdiploma examination. Hartford, er Dam. 3rd District Q. It. Brown, Simmons. Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school I th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Denver Dam and Fordsvllle. May 16 nnd 17 County tenchers 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.Balzc-tow(White) Hartford. examination. (1th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. May, 23 and 24 County tenchers 7th District B. F. Rice. Fordsvllle. oxnmlnntlon (colored) Hartford. 8th District B. C. Rhoades. Hart June, 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato- ford, Route 5. tcachcra' examination (white) Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Polico Judge C. P. KcRslngorv Marshal Grant Pollard. 20. K n. HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Polico Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Cnsebler. HOCKTOHT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Hushing Hunt. Polico Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. June, 27 anil 2S County and stntc teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. 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Peach, Hartford, It. 1 ivKJf 1 Dan Moseloy, Hartford 1 Jesse Chirk, Fordsvllle, R. 1 Clancy Harrison, Hnrtford. . . . Charles Dover, Olaton, It. 1. W. Vanco, Hartford. It. J 1 G. W. Splnks, Hnrtford, It. A. K. Andorson. Hurtford Cromwell Precinct. P A. Wlmsatt. Hartford, It. 1 1 Henry 1' Name No. Dogs Address Pendleton Hudson, Hartford Dover, Dundee A. Cray, Hartford. It. 1 W. 1 It. A. Duko, Hartford, It. 1 1 1 Oscar Allen, Cromwell Exact-Cop- y Win. Delancy, Hartford, It. 3 of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUN COMMNr, NtW YOHft CITT, Drown, Hartford W. A. 1 A. W. MIdklff, Narrows, It. 2 1 1 S. C. Taylor, Deaver Dum Orvllle, Harrison, Hartford Plckerell, Hartford, It. 2... Jeff 1 1 rf. L. Stevens, Deaver Dam Wilbur Sandcfur, Hartford. It. 3...1 J. D. Johnston, Narrows, It. 2 Kd York, Hartford, It. 1 1 Cortland M. Taylor.Deaver Dam,R3 . 1 Rupart E. Davis, Hartford, It. 3 . . . 1 It. W. Johnston, Narrows, It. 2'. (J. t Dennett. Hartford. It. 2.. 1 Vornon. Johnston, Narrows, It. 2..1 Henry Her, Denver Dam, R. 3 1 A. F. llerryman, Mcllcnry, It. 1 J.. T. Thlrliv. Hartford. It. 2.... 1 L. G. Weller, Olaton, It. 1 1 J. N. Haven, Beaver Dam, R. 3...1 T. Miller, Hartford 1 J. I). S. Dennett. Hartford 1 J. II. Wallace, Dundee, It. 1 1 Arthur Haven, Reaver Dam, R. 3. .1 G. W. Cox, Beaver Dam, R. 4. A. C. Yelser, Hurtford .1 Duff Grant, Echols 1 Harnett Tlnsloy. Hartford. It. G..1 Frank Dlack, Hnrtford 1 Jeckham Wilson, Beaver Dam, R. 1 . 1 S. A. Mosley, Boaver Dam, R. 2. . . .1 1 T. II. Tucker, Narrows, 11. 2 1 S. J. Dunn, Cromwell W. Thomas. Hurtford, It. 1. 1 James Glvens, Beaver Dam," It. 1 Joo Iglchcnrt, Narrows. R. 2 J. 1 R. L. Dalze, Cromwell Clifton Dlack. Hartford 1..1 J. R. Southard, Beaver Dam, R. 2..1 Frod Geary, Reaver Dam, It. 3. 1 Hugh Gist. Narrows. Route 2 1 Oscar Abbott, Rochester 1 Wiley Cook, Cromwell 1 J. A. Summlns, Echols C. Harrison, Hartford, It. 7 1 Cnrtor, Uoaver Dam, It. Charlie 1 Carroll S. Brown, Rochester 1 It. L. Taylor. Narrows, It.-1 Johu Plrtle, Cromwell 1 J. K. Brown. Paradiso V. C. Elgin, Hartford 1 P. Ithoads, Hartford. It. 2. 1 John Lamb, Dundee J. 1 Ray Stevens, Cromwell 4 G. II. Raymer, Deaver Dam, It. 4. .1 C. A. Ross, Beaver Dam, It. 2 1 Solomon Decker, Hnrtford 1 W. II. Dover. Dundco John U. Gray. Hartford. It. 1. 1 A. L. Brown, Wysox 1 Clarence James, Cromwell 1 1 Arter Gary, Echols. . , E. G. Robinson, Hartford II. Chlnn, Hartford. It. 2... T. 1 R. R. Hope, Wysox 1 Sallle Acton, Dundee 1 Layman, Kahn, Cromwell 1 John Zachary, 71. W. Haynes, Hartford 2 Echols Roy Daniel, Horton 1 C. W. Hope, Wysox 1 Rachle Klnkald, Rockport 1 II. L. Stewart, Deaver Dam. It. 2..1 Rush MIdklff, Fordsvllle, It. 1....1 J. T. Mlllor, Cromwell Godfrey Rnrnard, Hartford, It. 1 James Pay ton, Wysox 1 W. H. Duke, Hartford, R. 1 1 1 W. A. Martin, Rockport 1 S. 11. Drltt, Cromwell Foster Dennett, Hartford Golden Stnlsworth, Hartford... 1 John Aklns, Beaver Dam 1 Columbus Powors, Narrows, .Mary T .Embry, 1 Greely Gary, Echols 1 A. F. Jones. Hartford C. D. Richardson, Hartford It. 2 1 It. E. Leo, Olaton, It .1 : . 1 J. M. Westerfleld. Deaver Dam.R.l..! 1 W. P. Graves, Echols 1 Mcrshel HHIard, Beaver Dam Hooker Williams, Hartford -. . 1 L Lcgrand, Hnrftord, R. 1 . . 1 Mrs. Edna Taylor, Beaver Dam . . . . 1 Joseph Graves, Echols J 3 .2 Jcthra Lee. Hartford, It. 1 E. V. Cnskoy, Hurtford ..1 J. D. Taylor. Deaver Dam, R.It. 3 . . 1 W. Coppago, Hartford. It. 2. 1 TIce Daker, Narrows, R. 2. ., . . ..1 C. W. Leach, Beaver Dam, J. 1 1 W. H. Venablo, Echols Q. M. Benton, Wysox M. V. Johnson, Hartford 1 Gus Benton, Wysox 1 Tarvln Daker. Hartford, It. 1 . , . ..1 R. W. Davis, Beaver Dam, R. 3 Alva Win. Petty. Hartford,, . . 1 J. II. Venable, Echols 1 Ed Grlllin, Hartford, It. 1..." SproalCB, Hurtford 1 A. J. Davenport. Wysox Sallle 1 A. It. Mlllor, Narrows, It. 2 1 .1 IE. E. Rhoads, Hartford La to Stone, Hartford .'.1 Earl Haycraf t, Beaver Dam 2 K. Crabtroo. Hartford 1-1 V. C. Berryman, Wysox 1 Sam Shaver, Rockport I A. F. MIdklff. Narows. R. 2 . .1' R. I). Douglass. Cromwell It. D. Cartor, Deaver Dam, R. 2 l 1 J. J. Green, Wysox J. F. Nail. Hnrtford, It. l 1 1 11 Ruby Maple, Rockport N. L. Wedding, Hartford, It. 1. . .1' Leo Douglass, Cromwell . . Bcdn Precinct. 2 1 C. C. BagBerly, Wysox A. A. Carter, Hartford, It. 1 Lon Seller, Rockport 1 No. Dogs J. C. Ralph, Narrows, R. 2. . .1' It. E. Baldwin, Cromwell Address Name 1 1 S. W. Maddox. Wysox 1 J. T. Taylor. Nurrows, It. 2..., . .1 S. P. Williams, Heaver Dam R. M. Woostor, Hartford 1 Henry Cummlngs, G. W. Hoover, Hartford Ecnols. 1 1 S. I. Elliott, Beaver Dam 1 York. Hartford. It. 1 Chester E. R. Williams, Echols G. W. Russell. Hartford, It. 1. . . ..1 Itoy Williams, Heaver Dam Lesllo Acton, Hnrtford, It. 1 P.. C. Dlack, Hartford. It. 2 1 Fred V. Wilson, Wysox 1 N. A. Brown, Beaver Dam, R. 2 1 1 Charlie Bnxley, Hurtford, It. 1 . ..1 Hob Williams, Beaver Dam T. J. Stowart. Hnrtford. It. 5 1 Finis Kitchens, Beaver Dum, R. 4. .1 i. a. Williams, uocupori,.... t . . . . G. N. Dobrulcr, Hnrtford, It. 2....1 J. A. DIIliro7 Hartford, R". 7 1 Claude Renfrow, Utiifdee .1 F. L. Taylor, Doaver Dam 1 B. T. Taylor, Rochester 1 Laton Williams, 1 I'hostor Royal. Hnrtford.G R. 2....1 ' L. D. Tlchenor, Hartford Rogers, Deaver Dam Echols. l Mrs. S. J. Weller, Dundoo. ..1 Tuel E. 1 s. II. Ellis. Hnrtford. R. 1 Howard Whltescarver, 1 B. Dam, Tt.4 . 1 C. P. Williams, Echols L. F. Wnrd. Hnrtford, ..1 Lenon Wallace, Cromwell ..1 Leo Lewis, Hartford, It. 1 2 1 Roy Biggs, Beaver Dam, R. 4 Shelby Rock, Hartford, It. 2 2 1 Ira Hartly, Echols Clarenco II. Shown, Hartford, It. S..I James King, Hartford, R. 1 ..1 Frank Wallace, Cromwell 1 1). M. Stewart, Hartford, It. 2 1 1 Joo Womack, Beaver Dam, It. 4. . .1 E miner Ashby, Echols J. .W. Stroube. Hnrtford. It. 7., ..1 James T. Miller, Hartford, It. 1 . ..1 Sam Drown, Cromwell t II. Hlghtowcr, Hnrtford, It. 7 . . . . 1 Irvln Smith, Narrows, 2. 1 David M. Elliott, Beaver Dam. R.4.1 A. P. Robinson, Beaver Dam, R. 2. .1 Louie Unrrett, Hartford . .1" M. D. Shlolds, Cromwell 1 Mii.imii Tavlor. Hnrtford 1 May Berryman, Beaver Dam, It. 4. .1 J. S. Gary, Echols. ". 1 .1 L. It. Shields, Cromwell E. Baize. Hartford. 11. MW. L. White, Hartford, It. 1, 1 R. 1 1 Newt Baxter, Rockport, 1 J. W. Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. 3..1 Sam Shultz, Beaver Dam, R. 4 Thos. C. Martin, ucavcr uam. u. 1 J Fannlo Coy. Hartford. It. 1 J ,t. W. Mlllor. Hortford, It. 7 1 It. I. Harnnrd, Deaver Dam, R. 3..1 Hiram Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. 4 . . 1 Alec Hlnes, Echols Charlie Hagerman. Hartford, It. 1 Jcsso King, Hnrtford. It. 1 .1 K McCormik. Hartford, It. 7 l w u c.Trson, Hnrtford, It. 3 1 Ralph Jones, Echols 1 Itoscoe Shields, 1 L. M Askliis, Hartford 1 ' Jesso King, Hartford. It. 1 , Cromwell Aorta Rockport Freclnct, l i,ciimrm rkc. Hartford. 11. 5 1 Namo 1 Josse Snodgrass, Cromwell A L. Martin, Hartford.. No. Dogi Walter Fulkerson, D. Dam, R..2. ..1 C. Smith, Narrows. R. 2 Address 1 . .1 1 J. G. Williams, Rockport C L. Hownrd, Hartford, It. ... . 1 C. W. Stevens, Cromwell w v Tlnsloy. Hnrtford. It. 7 Up. E. Madcn, Hartford, It. 1 I.L.J. Robinson, Echols 1 ,., 1 C. L. Maples, Rockport 1 Henry Graff, Hartford, It. 1 1 It. M. Davis, Cromwell J H. Twoddell. Hnrtford, It. 1 Will Robinson, Echols L A- - w Carsm,t Hartford, It. 7 i aiiinroo Tucker, Hartford. It. 3 1 F. L. Davis, Cromwell J. C. Dennett, Hartford 1 Henry Graff, Narrows, It. 2 1 John Bond, Echols J E. H. Maddox, Rockport ,L I Dannls Ashloy, Hartford. R. 3 . . . , 1 Shelly Lee, Hnrtford; R. 1 Dave Roborts, Hartford, 11. J 1 H. K. Rowe, Rockport, R. 1 1 Dcckman Shields, Cromwell 1 1 P. S. Coleman, Paradise i h u Nowcomb, Hartford. It. 5 MR. Combs, Hartford, it. 1 1- 1 Charllo Foemstor, Hartford, R. 1..1 II. K. James, Cromwell 1 A. W. Rowe, Rockport, R. 1 1 James Decker, Echols 1 John Willis, Hartford, It .1 A. 11. "Hoy. 1 Hiram Carter, McHenry, R. 1 1 Corlne Burgess, Cromwell J R. D. names, Hnrtford. It. 3 1 Dellslo Maddox, Echols...., 1 H. II. Sinnott, Hartford, K. 1 C. C. Maddox, McHenry 2 Palace Smith, Cromwell 1 A. B. Key, Echols 1 Orvlllo. Tlchenor. Hartford. It. C..1 A. D. Mlllor, Narrows. R. 2 1 C Y. T.. Jacobs, Hartford, K. E- - Kvering 1 Owon Leo, Narrows, R. 2 1 Jas. L. Brown, Rockport 1 Ernest James, Cromwell 1 1 F. M. Key, Echols Hartford, It. -. l J A Leisure, Hartford, It. 7 T. II. Tatum, Hartford. 11. 1 Alox Harlson. 1 Harlan Phelps, Cromwell . 1 J. C. Durall, Rockport 1 1 John Myers, Echols n Duudeo t D K Wnnl 1Iartford, It. 3 Richard Calloway, .Hartford ,. 1 Cully Harrison. Dundee 1 WInson Smith, Cromwell 1 Harry Woodburn, Rockport 1 1 Roy Bratcner, Rockport II. li. Hoover, Hartford, It. . 1 R. D. Sneddon, Rockport 1 Doc Nabors. Dundee 1 2 Estle Martin, Cromwell j0im W. Ward, Hartford, It. 3 1 A. S. Koy, Echols .... li iiutunn imrnnrii if i 1 H. T. Danks, Rockport 1 Sam Finn, Dundee 1 A. B. Amos, Beaver Dam 1 1 L. S. Salinger, Echols Ilobnrt Daughn, Hartford, R. 5 1 James Cummlngs, Horton. . . . . 1 1 Roscoo Finn, Dundco 1 E. D, Burden, Cromwell 2 Lee Lankford, Rockport 1 E. S. Klrtley, Beaver Dam Alv,n )Vnrd Hartford, It. 7 1 A. L. Maddox, McHenry R. 1 1 P. C. Watts, ii. ii. uau.urwumui. nu.iiu.u, v. . i E,jward rj. Ward, Hartford, It. 7..1 Clifford Duff. Duudeo 1 T. R. Chlnn, Beaver Dam, R. 2...1 Cromwell 1 '. . .'.'. ! ! 1 Dashnl Wedding, Duudeo A W, Logan, Hartford. 1 1 Vllgll Drake, 1 Aledora Brown, Rockport 1 Claude Maple, Rockport Cromwell Johu ne IIartf0rd Olllvcr Phlpps. Hartford, It. 5....1 Wm Taylor, Hartford. R. 5 1 1 Mussel Sheffield, Rockport 1 Gilbert Pholps. Cromwell 1 W. F. Dean, Narows, R. 2 1 Llnnle Collins, Echols Hnrtford. R. 1 W. D. Render, Rockport 1 1 Cnrrlo Cook, Cromwell J. L. Gome. Hnrtford, It. 1 l 1 IK B. Bowen, Echols Marvin Parks, Hnrtford, R. !. .1 James Fitzhugh, Narrows, It. 2 It. S.I Trlco, 1 1 Mrs. M. J. Reid, Rockport 1 Oscar Bowen, Echols .1 J. W. Crowdor, Hartford, It. 1 . . . . 1 I. M. Fulton, Cromwell Leonard Tlnsloy, Hartford, R. 7 . 1 Cecil McNary. Hnrtford 1 Dowey Baize, Cromwell 1 Nathan Tunstill, Rockport 1 OtU Dever. Ha tford. R. 2 ,1 .'l Claude Burden, Echols Franc Cavendor. Hartford, It. 7 Jamc3 Plrtlo. Hartford, , ,, 1 1 Robert Scott, Rockport 1 Cordle Lee Dlair, Cromwell 1 J. It. Shttlts, Echols Rollie Westcrflcld. Hartford. R.7 . Mlllor Dever, Hartford, It. 1 Clarenco Howard. Hartford, R. 1 1 Pulaco Smith, Cromwell 1 Jamos Maddox, Echols. .1 1 Will Graves, Echols J. A. Young, Olaton. It. 1 Wllllo Wlmsatt, Hartford. It. C. . Jessie Smith, Hartford, It. 2.... li Alonzo Dartlett, Hartford, It. G. 1 Harlln Robinson, Echols T 1 W, M, Rao, Echols, , . . , J. G. Davis, Cromwell Estill Smith, Hnrtford, It. 1 1 N. L. Bradley, Cromwell 1 1 Frank Short, Rockport , 1 T. E. Hnn!&y. Echols . 1 W. S. Toms, Hartford, R. 1 i W. W. Plrtlo, Hartford, 11. 7 2 S. L. Richardson, Hartford, It. 1 J. H. Baker, Echoh , 1 W. V. Cardncll, Cromwell 1 Calvin Sating, Echols 1 t Stanloy Smith, Hartford, It. 5.. , 1 Elvis Magan, Olaton, R. 1 . Isaac Shroador, Hartford, It. 2.. 1 Finis Park, Rockport 1 II. It. Plrtlo, Hartford, R. 7... .2 W. II. Russoll, Olaton, It. 1......1 Myrl Taylor, Cromwell 1 Henry Illnes Chlnn, Echols 4. J L. Maples. Hurtford, It. 2.. 1 Byron Hurt, Echols A. Dalrd. Hnrtford, R. C II. T. MidkiiT. ointon. R. l ,1 l J. C. Ednions, Cromwell .2 Ernest Rowe, Echols 1 A W. Dlack, Hartford, It. 2... 1 Henry Havons, Cromwell 1 Joff Morgan, Rockport ,1V. W. Acton. Olaton. R." 1 1 Arby Jones, Echols 1 S, It. McDowell. Hartford. It. 2 . 1 Clydo Thomas, . r Alonza Shown, Hurtford It. 3 1 Joss L. Everly, Rockport J. L. Mlllor. Hurtford. It. 1 Cromwell 1 Ruben Jones, Echols .1 Oscar Gaddis, Hartford, It. 2. . . 1 j Dyer Davis, Cromwell W. T. Hlmcs, Hartford, It. 3 Tandy" Qulssenborry, Dundeo 1 Robert Decker, Rockport X. 1 W. C. Overton. Echols .1" 1 C. nonnott, Hartford. It. 3. Luko Qrlflln, Hartford. R. 2... Cleve Ilaxley, Dundee 1 J. I. Hoslc, Rockport. E. E. llogors, Deaver Dam 1 Ed Ashby, Echols 1 L. P. Dahncy, Hartford, It. 2. . . , 2.. A. Havens, CromwoTI Moseloy, Hartford R. 3.. . 1 II. L. Ashby, McHenry. R71 Herman MIdklff, Narrows.-RArchie 1 W. B. Fulkorson, Echols. . . , 1 Albert Austin. Hnrtford, It. 2. ...1 Dolbort Whlttaker, Hartford, R. 3 L. T. Davis, Cromwell 1 Bon Harris Rockport-John Wosterfleld, Narrows', R. 2.. V 1 E. M, Chlnn, Echoh Taylor Zolglor. Hartford. R. 2. ...1 W. F. Whlttaker, Hartford, R. 3 S. A. Loo, Hartford C, D. Havens, Cromwell 1 A. D. Park, Rockport. . 1 P. C. Drown, Echols 1 J F. Smith. Hartford. It. 1 . . . K.. Tlnsloy, Hartford, It. 3 1 Silas HJcks, Dundee J. 1 Sdgar Duncan, Rockport OJto Wallaco, Cromwell 2 Warren Kelloy, Rockport 1 C IJ. noltdn, Hartford, It. 1... ...1 G. H. Fuqua, 1 O. D. Cole, Olaton, R. 1. 1 J. F. Danks, Rockport. J. H. niack, Beaver Dam Hartford. R. 3 1 2 W. D. Shull. Paradise L, P. Hayes, Hnrtford, 11. 1... ...1 O. Wnde, Hartford, R. G, . 1 f A. J. Hnrrls, J. 1 Warren Hopper, McHenry, It. 1 Olaton, It. 1..., 0. 0. Amos, Cromwell 1 1 Hendorson WIHams. Paradiso A J. Peach, Hartford, R. 1 . . , . ...1 Lonnle Hoovor, Hartford, It. 3. C. D. Wallaco, Cromwell. It. B. Acton. Olaton 1 Wllllo C. Her. Rocltport 1 1 John L. Douglas, Echols Thomas Schrondor. D. Dam, It. 1 ...1 J. M. MpMnnnmn. TTnrtfnnl 1 7. .1 Ti'n Artnn nii(r,, .1 1 Ed Crunk, Rockport Ella Wallaco, Cromwell 1 1 Robort Mlnton, Echols.' ' C. II. Tlnsloy, Hartford. It. 2. . . ...1 Ed Shown, Hartford, It. 3 . 1 If. T. Potts. Olaton' !!! 1 J. W. Coleman, Mcllenry, R. 1 !.'!!!!!!' 11 Mrs. 13. E. Crabb, Cromwell ,, . . .1 1 0. G. Taylor, Echols ' John Grlllin, Hartford, It. 2... ...1 E. C. Wnrd, Hnrtford, R. 3 .' Ivy Cook, Cromwell 1 Will Francis, McIIonry, R. 1 I Hardin Mlutou, Olaton 1 1 Jas Keown, Rockport Corlnno Tlnsloy, Hartford ...1 Everett Kissinger, Hartford, R. 5 . . 1 J. L. Hurt, Narows, It. 2 1 NooL Fnnght, Cromwell 1 Luthor Hoops, McHenry, R. 1 1 Select Precinct. Aaron Mo3eloy, Hartford ...1 E. V. Stowart, Hartford, R. 3 1 Olllo Nabors, Narrows. R 1 J. II. Rogers, Cromwell No. Dog'i 1 Namo Address Jas B. Awtry. McHenry, R. 1 , Dlmplo Rucker. Hnrtford ...1 uutnor uooioy, Hartford, It. . . .1 C. W, Foreman, Narrows, R. 2 . . .1 1 Cool bpiins" Precinct. 1 Shelby Daughtery, Select Frank Nichols, Rockport I). S. HnlUoll, Hartford, It. 2. . . ...1 Claudo Rowan, Hartford, R. 7. G. Murphy, Hartford, It; 1 ....1 Namo No. Dogs IS. W. Combs, Rockport G....1'A. 1 Address 1 L. D. Edison, Select Til. II. Shultz, Hartford, R. 2. . . ...1 Losllo Hoover, -. 1 J. A. Loach, Boavor Dam. R. 1. Hartford, It. G....1JA. P. Hoswoll, . ,1 D. F. Allen, Soloct t .,.1 S. M. Brown, Rockport h. II. Raltzell, Hartford, It, 2 ...1 Leo Johnson, Hartford, It. G . . . 1l W. V. Renfrow. Dundeo 1 Luther Elliott, Beaver Dam, It. 4..1 B. II. Robertson, 1 Olaton t 1 A..L. Mlllor, Select........ Rockport L It. L. Vanco, Hartford, It. 1.. M. P. Parks, Hnrtford. It. 3 1 Aaron Pollard. Narrows. R. 2 1 P,. O. Taylor, Green River 1 E. A. Barnard, Rockport , 1 1 Ike Austin, Solect. 13. W. Dlack, Hartford, R. 1....1 Godfroy Bonnett, Hartford, It. 5. 2 Mark Renfrow, Sunnydalo 1 N. M. Taylor, Green River 1 Mack Hondrlx, Rockport 1 L. M. Baize, Daizetown .1 1 O. J. Sosh, Hartford,- - It. 1 1 h; M. Smith, Deaver Dam, R. 4 Garnol Cnnary, Hartford, It. 3. . . 1 Harry Drooks, Dundoo . .'. 1 J. W. Hendrix, Rockport 1 1 Lounie Cook, Baizotown 1 K. . E, G. Schroetor, Hartford L. Bennett. Hartford, R. 3.., I J. A. Edgo, Dundoo 1 i W. A; Green. Beaver Dam, R. 4 . . . . 1 1 1 T. F. Jamos, Balzctown James Jones, Echols W. Hnrtford I'rcclnct 1 Goo. Greon, Doaver Dam, R. 4 W. J. Travis. Hartford, It. G . . . . . I W. V. Sproulo, Dundeo 1 James Decker, Echols 1 1 W. W. Baize, Baizetown No. Dogi J. A. Dalrd, Hartford, R. G...., . . i urgau uratoiior, it. 1, Hartrord . . . . l J, u. snultz. Bcavor Dam, It. 4 Address Nnmo .1 l louert Raines, Rockport. . l John Fluloy, Solect - M. L. Duvall, Hartford 1 C. Y. Hoovor, Hartford, R. 5 . , . . . 1 Pal Coots, Sunnydalo 1 j John Vaught, Wysox 1 W. D. Ross, McHenry, R. 1 1 1 W. E. Royuolds, Baizotown 1 Floyd Hosklns, Rockport Mngim I'rcclnct. 1 Robort. Konnody, Wysox W. C. Dlankonshlp, Hartford. .. .1 J. C. Taylor, Hartford, R. G . . . . . 1 1 T. G. Wilson, Renfrow Jamos Hnuley, Hartford. It. &,, . .i;Nnmo Dogs Harton, Vaught, Wysox 1 Herman Decker, Rockport , . . .1 Morris, Hartford No. 1 J. E. Rogers, Baizetown Address W. A. 1 Henry Sanders, 1 Joa F. Bennett. Hnrtford, It. 5. . . 1 I. T. Kelly, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 Mosoloy, Hartford 1 Claudo Tllford, Rockport Wysox Upward 1 Hlllard Romans, Baizotown. .1 1 Ell Bonnett, Hartford. R. 6 . . 1 j J. A. WhltehouBO, Narrows, R. 2 . . 1 Lorenzo Sanders, Wysox 1 Owon Williams, Rockport 1 D. F. Bunion, Baizotown. .1 Ellis King, Hartford 1 Qeo. Jones, Hartford, It. G 1 Leo Sanders, Wysox . . 1 J. W. Wright, Narrows, It. 2 1 13. A. Graves, Rockport 1 Mnxoy, Hartford . I. 1 D. Haven?, Baizetown . .3 Jas. W. Woddlnn. Hartford. It. C. .1 T. 13. Grubb. Wvsox 1 Nathan Docker, Rockport L; L. Embry, Baizetown Itlloy, Hartford I J. i duko, Hartford, R. 3. 1 It. Itr .1 1 Floyd Davennort. Wvsox 1 S. Luther Yonts, Rockport 1 Arnold MIdklff. Hnrtford. R. G 1 Homor Renfrow, Whlto Run Dalo Ashby, Centortown, R. 1.....1 A. A. Rowan, Hartford. It. 6.. 1 W. F. Nowcomb, Hartford, R. G . . . . 1 Eva MIdklff, Hartford R. 6 1 Leo Nolson, Wysox 2 W. E. Wilcox. Echols 1 II. C. Crowder, 'i Hartford 8. C. Ralrd, Hnrtford, . . , 1 u. in. rnrmor, Hartrord, . C....1 1 Virgil Brown. Echols 1 Alva Mngau, Nurrows, It, 2 1 M. A. Embry, Baizetown II. F. Lowo, Hartford l'P. F. Westerfleld, Wysox 1 Clifton Jones, Hartford- 1 J. C. Magan, Narrows, It. 2 1 ' R.-- Y. Davenport, Wysox 1 M. B. Maddox, McHenry, It. 1 ,...L 1 R. J, Embry, Baizetown Petor Shown, Hnrtford. It. G 1 ueioorv jNewcomu, uartioru, it. & . . l tumry Lamb, Dundoo 1 ft. W. Maddox. McHenry, R. 1 1 1 Owon Phegley, Baizetown l C. L. Elliott, Green River Ellis Roador, Mcllenry, R. 1 1 T. L. Sandefur, Beaver Dam, 11. 4. .1 Mrs. W. H. Russell, Rockport 1 Claude Wurd, Hartford, R. 7 1 James E. Lamb, Dundee 1 1 M. J. Embry, Baizotown.. Cecil Roedor, McIIonry, R. 1 1 0, R. Lee, Boavor Dam, R. 1 1 John Medcalfo. NarrowR. Tl. 2 1 C. D. Shown. Hartford. R. 3 1 , . , . .1 Estil Keown, Baizetown Owon, Chlnn, Hartford South Rockport I'rcclnct 1 1 0. T. Kitchens. Beaver Dam 1 Ollte Gilliam, Narows. R. 2 1 Name No. Dogs Clotls Daughtery, Daizetown v . 1- L. J'ean. Hartford. R. 6 Address R. P. Tyrow. Hartford 1 L. E. Ward, Hartford, 11. 3 1 1 Warren MIdklff, Hartford It. 6. .. .1 It. T. Wldlck, Beaver Dam. It. 4 1 Aral Hockor, Select...., I It. D. Fulkerson, Echols J. P. Moorman, Hartford . . .I 1 J. I. Clark, Rockport 1 Follx W. Royal, Fodsvllle. R. 3 . . . . 1 0. W. Campfleld, Green River 1 D. W. Stewart, Select I Oscar Ward. Hartford, R. 3 '. A. IS. Pato, Hartford 1 Win, Faught .Green River, 1 J. W. Morris, Baizetown. .1 J. J. Russoll, Rockport Vornon Johnson, Narrows, It. 2 . . 1 mrs. ron.. yvara, uaruoru, it. 3...1 w. It. Edge, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 1 1 R. It. Muffott, Fordsvlllo. R. 1 1 J. W. Park, Hartford, R. 3 1 O, W. Brown, Greon River. . , 1 A. E. Johnson, Paradiso 1 Mary J. Austin. Select Goo. D. Williams, Hartford 1 Rufus W. Taylor, Green River.... 1 W. II. Maddox. Echols ,1 2 'Saudford Gllatrap, Select I Oliver Phlpps, Hartford, R. 3 R. It. Woddlng. Hartford l J. S. Edgo, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 , 1 Walter Glvens, Echols. 1 Ellis , . . 1 R. L. Whlttaker. Hartford, R. 3...1 J. A. Westorflold. fordsvlllo. R. 1..1 R. II. Taylor, Wysox Smith, Solect i W. S. Wheoler. Hatfod 3 1 J. II. Miles, Paradiso , ..1 E, C. Reuf row, Hatford, It. 3 1 A. 8. Edge, Fordsvllle, R. 1 2 Jack, Mofford, Greon River 1 Sam Raf forty, Beaver Dam 8. F. Riloy. Hartford 1 1 It. ,Herrel, Rockport. 3 O, R. Wilson, Wysox 1 Ernest Bennett, Hartford, R. 3. . . .1 Rent Norrls, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 1 Illgdon Butlor, Baizotown Laura Chlnn, Hartford 1 1 Isaac, Shown, Hartford, R. 5 1 Stella Brown, Fordsvlllo. R. 1....1 J. T. Knight. Jr.. Deaver Dam.R.l.. 1 J. E. Wilson, Boavor Dam, R. 1,. . . 1 n. 0. Day, Baizetown Jeff Wattenton. Hartford 1 1 II. J. Southard, nouver Dam, 11. 2. . 1 0. C. Romans, Baizetown 1 Heat Norrls. Fordsvllle. R. 1 1 Dudley Ward. Hartford. R. 7 1 F. B. Hughes. Beavor Dam, It. 1 , ft. O. Kcown, Hartford 1 1 'J. N. Boyd, Echols 1 n. N. Wilson, Beaver Dam, It. 2...1 Owon Butler, Baizetown 1 W. R. Stevens, Hartford. R. 3....1 Roscoo Hardin, Dundeo,.. , G, R. Tlchonor. Hartford. . , X 1 1 Wade Gary, Echo! 0. R. Fulton, Wysox 1 Vincent Klper, Baizetown 2 .Walter Wallace, Hartford, It. 5..1 W. D. Hardin, Dundee J. p. Bradley, Hafrtdro (Continued on 8th page.) uiuaon, unioru, k, &,,i Cicero MIdklff, Fordsvllle, R. 1. . . .1 Sam Brown, Boaver Dam, R. 4. . . .2 S. It. Robinson, Boavor Dam, It. 2. . . 1 ck Rial, Hartford .1. S. 1 Harlln Hnrrls, Hartford, R. 3 l'J. H. Miller, Narrows, R. 2 1 , W. T. Clark, Dundoo 1 Ed Hamilton, Hartford, R. 3 1 Tom Calloway, Dundco 1 Thomas Grcor, Hartford, R. 3 I A. L. Calloway, Dundco 1 lllchnrd Ward, Hartford, It. 7.... 1 Elton Evans, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 1 C. It. Ward, Hartford, It. 7 Harney Johnson, Narrows, It. 2...1 obtained dog licenses and tags, 'Wimam JonnBon, """lora ". Tho following Ih a HhI of all parties who 1 Gilbert Roach, Fordsvllle, It. 1 3 up to February 1st, 1919, showing, names of such parties, nnd tho Post Of - ?Jt t. Hoover, Hnrftord, It. 5. . . .1 C. I). Taul. Narrows. It. 2 Ji W. Dabbltt, Narrows, R. 2 1 lice ..lire, of each, together with tho number of dogs licensed by & L. Now Lowls Roach, Narrows, It. 2 1 1 Norn Foreman, Narrows, It. 2 1 Kt p. Kirk, Hartford, It. 7 .party, which list Is made by voting Precincts, as given by applicants. 1 Diidioy wcsicriiciu, uaruoru, u. a. . j. O. W. Ithoads, Narrows, It. 2 1 Mrs. Itolit, Itonfrow, Hartford. .. .1 W. O. Ashley. Hartford. R. 3....1 J. C. Foreman, Narrows, It. 2 Kml Hnrtrunl I'rcclnct. Elmer Royal, Fordsvlllo, It. No. Dogs. Alnoy Tlchenor, Centortown, It. 1 . . 1 J. O. Tomltnson, Hartford, R. 7. . .1 Asa Address 1 Crawley, Fordsvllle, R. 1 . . . . 1 E. Smith, 1 nun. in o. .7tlllili;iul , L'nnpi.v Mnnrn. Ilurlfnril u.i. . . . 1 G. C. Wallace Hartford, R. 5 1 I .T. Wcstorflcld, Fordsvlllo, It. 5. .1 Hartford, R. 3 A. 1" " JtJ?I; McIIonry, R. 1 Owon llnzolwood, Hartford 1 E. W. Ralph, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 1 Mcllcnry, It. l . l or E. Smith, Hartford, It. 5 . i A. J. .fi.n..... mwwu... juilKiun .mm nun, it,.f,.i 1 Charllo Harris, Hartford, It. 3....1 H. It. Ralph, Fordsvllle, It. 1....1 ..., Hartford nlc .,. I ll r ui m. inn inn ....a.....-.,In. ... rt M McHenry, IV. 1 j. u !...! 1 T. J. Drooks, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 1 1 S. L. Whlttaker, Hartford, It. 3 UUII, t ti iarlov (. in. nK.in..l lr o 1 Arnett Brooks, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 . . . 1 1 II. M. Casteel, Hartford, It. 5 1 W. 0. Ward, Hartford, It. 3 It. 2.... J3rvln Smith, Hartford, 1 1 Ernest Shown, Hartford, It. 3....1 D. F. Gibbons, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 R. D. Walkor, Hartford . J. H. Tappan, Hartford Hertha Drown, Fordsvllle. R. 1....1 Moody Rnlph, Hartford. Sulphur Springs Pcclnct. R. 2. . . . James Daniel, Hartford, Dud Clray, Hartford, R. 1 No. Dogs Alva Westerneld, Fordsvlllo, R. 1. .1 'Address Nnmo W. V. Konndy, Hartford 1 1 Holier MIdklff, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 Willis Miller, Reaver Dam, II. . U. E. norry, Hartford, It. 1 II. 1.... J. W. Cartor, Hartford. 1 Letcher Dennett, Mcllcnry R. 1, I J. W. Rogers, Fordsvllle, R. 1 J. E. Mitchell, Dundee, Lyons, Hartford James 1 1 E. It. Powers, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 Isaac Shown, Hartford, R. 3 . . . II. F. Peach, Olaton, It. 1 Luther Miller, llouvcr Dam, R. 2 1 1 Fred Drown, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 M. D. Barnard, Hartford, W. C. Young, Hartford, It. 1 Hartford, 11. 1.... 7 , J. II. Ford. Hartford. It. R. 3.. A. J. Carter. 1 Mrs. Amanda Stevens, Fordsvlllo. .1 4... Joe Mndon, Hnrtford, R. 1 Stnlsworth. Hartford 1 , J. M. Mcllcnry 2 Onls Lewollon, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 8. It. Acton, Narrows, R. 2 J. It. Wosterfleld, Hartford, R. 3 , 1.1. S. Hutchison, 1 II. Ford, Hartford, T. P. Murphpy, Narrows, It. 2...t. 1 Leo C. MIdklff, Narrows. It. 2 Sullcngcr, Hartford, Henry 1 MIdklff. Narrows, R. 2 1 Everett IIIncs. Hartford W. S. Dcnn, Dundee K. 1 . . K. .Morris, Hartford, Ozna Lowellen, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 ... 1 1 i James T. Ralph, Hartford, It. : John Dean, Dundee Odlo Harper, Hartford, R. 3 1 Cullcy E. Daughn, Narrows, It. 2..1 Clayton Shown, Hartford, It. 3, Henry McDowell, Dundco Hartford, It. 1 Vcola Roach, W . II llnmnd Ifi rf fif.l 1 Wlllard I). Daughn, Narrows, It. 2. .1 I? II. II. C. Acton, Dundee 4.1ll0, ' l 'S. C. Render. .MI.IW.U 1 J. P. McCoy, Hartford, It. 1 1 Roy Ralph, Narrows, It. 2 Hartford. J. N. Vole, Dundoo. . . .'. ,1 1 V 1 A. J. Hockenberry, Echols Hamlett, .T.. i D. F. Dean. Dundee. , i 1J ,, ., f. , Hartford Hartford, It. 1 Ktlll Splnks. ,,,irffnri, .1 D. 11. Canary. Fordsvjllo, It. 1 Jim Gray, Narrows, It. 2. Hondrlx, Hartford, It. 1 l Helen Darnctt :iios. 1 , 1 Alex Magan, Fordsvllle, R. 1 Tom Hicks, Narrows Uuko, Hartford. 1 1 llnrthcnn 1 0. V. Crowe. Hartford, It. 6 , Itolit. 10. Darnett, Hartford . A. J. Carter, Hartford, It. 1 Louis Davis. Hartford. . 1 ' ,'D. II. Sullenger. Hartford. It. 1 1 J. S. Dabbltt, Fordsvllle, J. Watt Stevens, Dundco. . . .. Gillespie, Hortford W. H. 1 ' ,IW. II. Collins. Hartford .. 1 S. F. Dabbltt, Fordsvllle Ira Dozarth, Olaton, It. 1 1 T J Johnson, Hartford Willis, Fordsvlllo iWoolfolk Harrow, Lexington, Ky.. Jnmcs T. Davis, Hnrtford. R. 1. . . .1 J. W. M. Holing. Hartford, It. 1.... 1 J A. Edge, Fordsvllle, It. 1 1 Ruth 'Esklll Kitchens Hartford. W. A. Clark, Narrows, It. 2 Holing, Hartford, It. 1.. ' ; Walker Kahn, Hartford 1 Austin 1 Claud Wright. Narrows, It. 2 J. A. Dallard, Hartford, It. 1 ' , .T. P. Itnymer, Hartford Narrows, J. T. Wallace, Hartford Arthur C. Gross, Narrows, 11. 2. . . .1 Clarenco Westcrflcld, Fordsvllle R.2..1 May, Hartford 1 S S. 1 Mrs. Hettlo Helton, John Sutton, Hartford J. O. Daffron. Hnrtford, It. 1 1 R. H. Ulllcsplo. Hartford 1 Geo. MIdklff, Narrows, R. 2 , Walter Campbell, Hartford.. W. (). Colo, Dundco. 1 L. Royal, Hartford, R. 2.... T. 1 John It. Clark, Fordsvllle, It. 1 , Alfred Dorah. Mcllcnry, R. 1. Anon Pollard, Narrows, It. 3 Tlnsloy, Hartford. It. Wendell ' W.1IU .311 II IB, II.Hl,n..l . . . . . 1..n OI...II.. IllllilUIU. 1 J. II. Hamilton. Fordsvllle, It. 1...1 Charlie Day, Narrows, It. 2 Kola Slovens. Hartford, It. C. . . . 1 Sherman Hnbbltt, Fordsvllle, It. 1. .1 Arnold Likens, Hartford Corlne Day, Narrows, R. 2 1 Ron Danlol. Hartford. It. ? Ernest Lnnham, Fordsvlllo Tom Harrison, Hartford, It. 3. -- .1 G. 0. Day, Narrows, It. 2 1 Combs, Hartford. It. 2. . .. Losllo Wllllo Durton, Hartford Lon Gilliam, Narrows, It. 2. ...... 1 H. J. Roach, Fordsvlllo, R. 1 DOGS LICENSED FOR YEAR 1919. .... .... Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachm GASTORIA q .. ... ll. ....... . . ...... l....l .... .... .... .... .... .... .... k'?-oK- VrttK a fl" l - For Infants and Children. ft .' - 11 I . .... IastdriI ! 12, Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 4 'tl 1 1 .....' 'f' AVc$efabfcrrcparationforAs-;- . . similntin$thcIbod by Reguta-- "t r.ntinr.-nPEnGEN- T. iiisir &62i fl.'?!- ' HneatomaaisanaiivwwrL mwmmv m ni Always Bears the , ' Thereby Mineral. Promotlni&DitlcsUon I l.-- fc5& 5&r1 Cheerfulness andRcstContaitf neither OpIam.Morpnlncnor Signature of t '"t "', " " Not acou M . jMp7ZadmismniMR .'j&ra I I ..... I !S s: ill .o.5 ifi r. JhmpmSaa jUxSnna fytitlUSjttl IbrmSjfJ franfmi 'Sugar ' ; tmttTjntniunr ft antt i& I" Us ", J I .... .... ConstipalionnndDiarrh A helpful Remedy fcr r ai "ja i. J 3 t'o'C'fl' and rcjvrishncss rcsuuiwi mcrci ronr"" f&CcKt. - For Over I G I its c. V"l e!.5bcr TiiECorrAn00' NEWTUiyV- Thirty Years 1.... ..... l....:.l .... ... CASTORIA .... 2 R.-2..- 1 . .... ... ....1 ....1 R3. ........ , ...., . l..i'n. .... l'j. ' ' r IIafrd ;' , ... ... ; ..... .... ...,,,,. ..,,,,, ... ,.,..,.,. ... .iiv. ...I ...I ...... .... .... .... .... ...,.".,.... 1 ......... ,,.,, ........ .... .... . . .... .... .... f ...... ..... ....... , ....I ' ..,,,. .... .... ... .... ...... .... ,.,.!"'' 'l?W3lWr& Wfl wwrnAHMpn, A rA jwj. . uLf.M'am ra lJHX mRSH "wsOTMr-w- pr Wf""? - ii mnwuimwJi.,wi wt ' .MlMitiBii t-- DOGS LICENSED FOR YEAR 1919 (Continued From Seventh Page.) I W. W. Dnughorty, llalzctown 3 Marlon Hoover, llalzctown 1 Mnck Daughorty, llalzctown Morgan DauRherty, Dnlzctown. . . .1 I M. 1). Dutlcr, llalzctown 1 1'. F. Daugherty, llalzctown 1 Lonnle Daughorty, llalzctown 1 Vllllo Klpcr. Dalzotown I Ii. 51. Alliln, ncaver Dam 2 ltobt Simpson, llalzctown 1 W: P. naughcrty, Ilalzetown 1 Ohns. F. Miller. Select 1 O. I). Miller, Select 1 51. B. Embry, Ilalzetown 2 Owen Daugherty, Ilalzetown I J. It. Clark, Select 1 I.oyd Clark, Select 1 Luther Ilurden, Select 1 K. I'. Daugherty, llalzctown 1 (5. W. Hopp, llalzctown 1 A. .1. naughcrty, Ilalzetown 1 J. C. Snodgrass, Ilalzetown llor-- e llriinrli Precinct. No. Dogs Address Name 1 J. C. Fenfrow, Hentrow I Flovd Anient, Horse llranch 1 Jnko Awtry, Horse Dranch 1 "W. A. Owen, Olaton. It. 1 1 Tom Daniel. Horse llranch, II. 1. 1 A. 0. Crowdor, Itcnfrow N. C. Camp, Horso llranch, II. 1. . .1 It. A. Uratcher, H. llranch. II. 1..-.N. G. Iloswcll, Horso Branch, R. 1. .1 5larv Ann Ilean, II. llranch, R. 1..1 G. V. Cooper, Horae Branch, R. 1 . . 2 1 Ada Kmbry, Horse Branch 1 5Iagglc Halso, Horse Branch 1 E. J. Gary, Horso llranch 1 51arlln Keith, Horso Branch 1 1 H. nnnfrmv. White Run 5Iuscar Uratcher, Horse Uranch.. ..1 J. F. Daughorty, Horse Uranch... 1 1 Stoy Daugherty, Horso Branch 1 V. C. Pierce, Horse Branch 1 'A. A. Wilson, Horso Uranch 1 Grant Jones, Horso Uranch R. L. Miller, Horso Branch. . . . R. G. GoTf, Horse Branch Leo Arnold, Horse Branch. . . . Jack Walker, Horso Branch.. W. T. Emurv. Renfrow . . .1 Jim Dockery, White Run 1 J. W. Embry, White Run 1 Melvin Kelley, Itonfrow 1 Warren Boyd, Horse Branch Milton Boys, Horso Branch, R. 1 . . 1 1 E. E. Wilson, Hort-- Branch 1 Mason Morris, Renfrow 1 Ansel Allen, Renfrow 1 J. 51. Johnson, Horse Branch 1 1). C. White, Horso Branch 1 51. J. Cummings, Olaton, R. 1 2 "Wavy Baize, Renfrow 1 Earl Park, Horse Branch 1 AV. H. Duvall, Horso Branch 1 II. L. Sandefur, Horso Branch Herbort Lunsford, Horse Branch.. 1 1 Alvy Arnold, Horso Branch 1 Tany Pilaris, Horso Branch 1 Oila Pharls, Horse Branch '. . 1 I. W. Uaizo, Horse Branch 1 J. A. 5Iorri3, Renfrow i W. T. Jamison, Horse Branch 1 AV. B. Keown, Horso Branch T. R. Ferguson, Hone Branch.... 1 1 J. S. Crowe, Hor.se Uranch.' 1 L. C. Crawford, H. Uranch, R. 1 1 Goldn Ashley, Horse Uranch 1 Uiibter Wilson, Horse Branch t Fred Smith, Horso Branch Attest miiiiiiimnmimiiiiHiiinninnniil .'1: V,)tJ' "! y w 5 E rrfW'SC .......... How Many Days Per Year Should a Tractor Work The number of working- d.ivs for an advanced tractor HUe the Case 8 is rapidly increasing. In early days a tractor's chief duty was considered plowing. Men bought principally for that years ago, when we first began to build purpose twenty-si- x motor tractors. In laer years, with the introduction of our smaller sizes, men were satisfied with a maximum of 30 days? use per year. e conditions have brought about changes not But only in the mechanical development of tractors, but in their adaptation to multiplied uses. - ....?... SBli To Be a Profitable Investment? K'Q- H 10-1- , ... 1 Jrcftssft ... fsstessMsse war-tim- "rZZZZgCZX M More Ways to Use Your Tractor Nowadays many attain as Iu'rIi as 2')0 days tisc "per c.r, nUIi'iugd the average, of course, is considerably less. .Ss7S3ffS S5KZi ; sasassES urnim 33$ Minn Our latest and best small tractor, the is purposely designed for maximum use. It is adaptable for all kinds of work. It represents years of study in the field, dozens of extensive investigations. 10-1- 8, 1 & t-- i -- CW ""v t .. We have found that 9 out of 10 fanners consider plowing ability of first rank, then come discing, pulverizing and belt work, shelling, shredding and feed grinding, harvesting, road work, threshing, hauling, sawing wood, cutting ensilage and siio filling, baling straw, planting and seeding, and stump pulling. The above uses arc stated in their relative importance, as tabulated in a recent investigation. The same investigation discloses that a tractor spends 6J 7 per cent of its time in the field, and 35 7 per cent on the b;It g, 4-3-- No is ever ready for an emergency farmer should buy a tractor without knowing its reserve horsepower. There are dozens of improvements in this Case For instance, it has a e main frame, with a This engine mounted crosswise. frame constructor affords a dust-prohull pinion housing for the rear shaft, transmission and the bearings for these parts. It also provides a base for i the motor. This type of construction brings tigid-itIt minimizes vibration and prevents disalignnicnt of gears, which arc alt cut steel and fully enclosed. Thus we multiply strength, reduce weight and conserve power. 10-1- 8. one-piecfour-cylind- er .; Greater Economy is its economical consumption of kerosene. It has a Case Sylphon Thermostat which controls the cooling system and insures complete combustion of kerosene. And it prevents raw fuel from passing by the pistons and diluting oil in the crank case. delivers clean An improved air to the carburetor. No grit nor dust gets into the cylinders to minimize their efficiency and shorten their life. Our illustrated booklet describes all the advanced ideas in the new Case Get a copy by all mran. so that you may judge tractors well by acquainting yourself with the latest and best practices. We will pladlysend a copy free. Or it may be obtained from a Case Dealer. er 10-1- 8. Another feature 'JW" aiiunmnuH fc E f- Ever Ready horses. Its length is 102 inches, width 6 inches and height 5IJ4 inches. It circle, and can get turns in a around easily. It goes through a small gate or door and easily shares the road with other vehicles. 22-fo- ot It weighs little more than a team of The Case 10-1- 8 is small and compact. 'I ... - wniie ratert at 1U Horsepower on the drawbar, it develops nearly 14. While rated at IS on the belt, it develops up to 24. Thus one has the assurance that it l'ra an exhauitlro InTt!catlon miuJe rwratly by SUciUnl Frm I'pct, inc. V rv J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, Inc. Founded 1842 Clork Ohio County Court. (Continued next week.) W. C niankenship. Erie Street, Racine, Wis., U. S. A. Tt. XSfA"M-n. (801) A RARE BARGAIN. of Leading Periodicals that may be A Combination -- iikt m&mgm MSl5: : m t" ? r r" -- Jwl?, IT um m si M " -- fc -- 5k Mr. John Carter Deglnning at momorate my fortieth year as a drug- bounded follows: YEAR ONLY $2.30. John M. Stewart's Mr. Harve Condlt lh very nlc!t at gi.st mimed thLs medlcino "Number two hickories. farm; thence N. 10 H. 1 4) For the Dlood." J. C. Menden- - stono in Nathan Keown's 55 poles to a Prices are still advancing this writing line; thenco Mr. J. M. aid we cannot guarantee this now dwolling Steardinan 1b erecting a nau, juvunsviiie, liui. som by unto with Keown's lino S. CI E. G4 poles to u stone; thonco N. 59 E. poles to County Drug Co. on bin farm. a poplar, walnut, sycamore offer very long. BETTER Mrs. Frank Athorton is on the sick and hickory, another corner of John M. Slow-ar3IASTKIC ('OMllSSl().NKi:'S SAhK. TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW list. thenco S. 70& W. 100 poles to MIbsbs Kuth and Qenova tho and save the difference. Ad- who uro uttonding school atLindluy- J W. Martin, Ohio Circuit Court. more beginning, containing 75 ncros, or loss. MvurPlaintiff. aril tract A tract of land adjoinmoro spont Saturday night and Hun- Vs. Notice of Sale. dress, ing No. 2, beginning and profit by every Member of your Family. HERE IS OUR OFFER: The Hartford Republican, Farm and Fireside, Woman's World, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, ALL FOUR ONE Eead with Pleasure !&fi !S&.v:&i5 i & ijSJ - rft4? mm. mm m HARTFORD MOTOR CO,, er, I DEALER Hartford, Ky. fWWW m - n.s 1 1 i G t, SPEND Than You Make And Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. oo lUKKI!UP..ST. . Foh. 12. Farmers are very busy burning plant bods, preparing for mother large crop of tobacco. The "flu" seems to havo about No now subsided In this community. ciuteu at present. Ruy V.'lmsatt, a. .soldier, 'who has buou stationed at a training camp in Maryland, has beon discharged from sorvieo and has rutin ncd to hi; homo hero. 51 r. and Mrs. Josno Cusobler; of Clour Run, loft hero Tuesday for Louisville, whoro 51 rs. Casoblor will undergo an operation. 5Ioshrs. Curtis Whobroy and I.autorwnsser, who havo been omployed in Louisville for some time, uro visiting tlielr homos near here. Messrs. J. W. Thomas and J. T. Snell delivered soma tobacco In Owcnsboro this weoH. Eu-Eo- day with tholr parents, Mr. and Miii. ' , Nut hlndley. Mrs. D. F. Tlchenor. who bun had IndiiDifz;! is iiiunh better ut this time. Mr. T. F. Tgylor Ikin Bold hla farm to Mr. W. C. MiiddoK. Mr. h. K. Rverly and Mr. Howu ('oiullt motored to flnrlford lust Fri day. ... Mr. "W. S. Drown went to Livermore with u load of tobacco last Saturday Mr. Jurry Vandlvor has old a part of bin farm to Mr. V. S. Drown. Mr. J. S. Null and family spent las', riunduy with Mr. J. II. IgUheart and faintly MATANZAS. s Byron Iglehourt, of. Camp McClellau, Ala., has been mtiBtored out of mllifary service and has returned to the homo' of his parents, Mr. and Mis. J. 11. Iglcheart, where ho received u cordiul wolcomo. Mr. Clydo Ticheuor bits bought u farm from Mr. Rhea Tlchenor ami has moved to same. Mr. B, A. Carter went to Owensboro last Monday to visit his broth- Mr. ' tho judgment of tho plalntiif against tho dofonilants in tho sum of $1,1DQ.-0- 0, with Intorost thereon at G pur cent per annum from January 16. 1014, until paid, credited by $230. 3G, paid March 14, 191G; flOu.00, paid December 21, 1017. and $225.00 paid March 10. 131S, and tho costs of tho abovo styled action and tho costs of this salo, I will offer for ualu at public outcry to tho hlghost and best bidder ut tho court house door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday. March :ird, 191!), ut about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., It being tho lllrat day of tho regular March term jof I ho Ohio Circuit Court, on a credit STtmV K MIMItMIl 10. or six mouths, tho following described real estate, or a sulllclency thoreof 40 yoars ago a.i old doctor was to make the plaintiff's dobt. inter t: Three tracts putting up n medicine for diseases of cut and cost, the blood, that cured tho worst casou of land lying and being In Ohio coun ty' Kentucky, and bounded as folof specilic blood poUon, and time lowsproved that tho cures were pormu-non- t. lit tract Deglnnlng at a stono at After many yeans I becured I Li. 1;. Loach's corner on tho east side the proscription (being a drugelusl), of l'incheco and Koslno road; thenco with said road W. G61& poles to post and took each Ingredient separately ,nak; thenco S. 28 W. 80 poles ato A. und referred to my U. S. Dispensa- JK. Sandofur's road; thenco with his tory and otbur uuthoritivo books on Irojd S. 72'.i E. G4 poles to a stono; medlcino and found the medical pro- thenco with his line S. 88 & K. 7fi poles to u In perties set down .as follows: "Kin-ploy- line; thenco stono his Luther Leach's with lino N. C W. in discuses of the glandular 30 polos to a stono set ono polo and sybtem, In blood poison, scrofula, con- 21 links N. 772 W. from n sugar poles to stipation, stomach and liver troubles, tree; thouce N. 28 Vj W. U4 CO beginning. Containing chronic' rhoumatlsm, catarrh, in sores, tho or loss. This being thu acres, muro same ulcers, skin eruptions, mercurial and ,land convoyed by Leach to Arbucklo lead poisoning. Undor Its use nodes, .recorded in deed book 42, pago CGI, tumors aud scrofulous swellings that Ohio Couuty Clerk's ofllco. tract of havo withstood all other treatment ed 2ndtho head A tract of land situaton waters Indian Canin disappear as if ruy magic." To corn- - Crook iu Ohio County, Kentucky, and ed 4 L. D. Arbucklo, ct al., Defendants. Uy virtue Qf a judgment and order of salo directed to mo In tho abovo styled iiction, from tho Ohio Circuit Court, for tho purposo of k itlsfylng tract at a white oak, near tho Cromwell road;, thenco with amn S. 16 VG W. 17 poles to a white oak on said road; thenoo with samo 24 ?4 W. 12 poles to a stono about S foot N. E. of tho small marked as u pointer; thence N. G8 W. 25 poles to u stono; thenco N. 71 E. to tho beginning, containing 3 acres moro or less, lieing same land convoyed by J. J. Stowart to paid Arbucklo and recorded In deed book 43, pago 51)7, Ohio County Court Clerk's ofiico. Tho purchaser will be required to oxecqto bond immediately after salo with security to bo approved by tho Commissioner, said bond bearing intorost at tho rate of G per cent per annum from dato until paid, duo and payable in six months und having the forco aud offect of a judgment, and r lion will bo retained on tho land sold por-slium- yl r I I Bank The Hiffp rence THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU as additional security for tho pay-mon- t of said bond. Given undor my liiind ns Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, this tho 11th day of February, 1919. 33t3 Master Commissioner. N. T. Howard, Attorney. - OTTO C. MAHTIN. SOY DEAN HEED. Hoborlandt and Sooty varieties, Highly tho beans for this Ruction. recommended for hogging down, by Kentucky Experiment Station. Will yield from 1G to 25 bushels per aero in addition to 1 to 3 tons of hay. F. O. D. Prices 4.00 por bushel. Hags frco on 2 bu. or ovor, loss than 2 bu. 25 cents extra. OHIO COUNTY HEAN AND PEA GItOWERS ASSOCIATION. Hartford, K& .l..!....- -- BANK OF HARTFORD Thirty-Si- x Years in Business