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WILSON AND SENATE t to-da- Jfterlfrrri DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ItemtMcmt, Subscription $1 .50 per Year No. 35 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919, U to the hitter end. hast Week thoro ho was drunk. Harris was acquitted IS AMERICA WET OR DRY? was little or no Idea thnt tho debato of the chnrgo of robbery, Wright GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN on the plan for a League of Nations After the liquor trado had been driven out of most of tho states and con and Rono denied that thoy, or either STANDING FAR APART would Rain during tho final days of fined to the larger cities GOES ON NEXT WEEK of tho few remaining, now comes national prohibi- of them, engaged in a poker game this session the scope thnt It has with Harris, but Monday came into y tion. To tho dreamor and Idealist this ls'flnal'and conclusive evidence that reached court and mado a voluntary confesIt has sprung up suddenly since tho overwhelming sentiment of" tho country Is dry. Hut tho Not Dare To tho arrival of Mr. Wilson in tho takes note of tho fact that our system of politics had played sober observer sion of gaming at another time and State Road President Will a part, tho ca- paid the fine as stated. Commission United States and the delivery of his ret measure of which Is not doflnatoly Force a Vote n known. In bringlrig about tho result. To Send Speakers speech at Iloston. THK CIRCUIT COURT. Just Now. Ono thing it is safe to my: thorn Tho evil of the drink habit is known and recognized, and tho suppression To County. nf Ml ft rnattlHtif tmvni(i n.t 1lunt1ni nnta trra llm n .. 1M i il.' . .. Is n unanimous opinion of the sup"" "" "" esi "'" 0nc. uon porters and opponents of the Presi- thought of the time. About these facts there is no disagreement in tho i held at Hartford at periodic inter- lty Morton M. Mllford. dent nllko thnt from y tho most mlnds of tho best citizens of tho Ropubllc, but in practice will tho largo vals, but that was before the days of The Fiscal Court met yesterday In Washington, Feb., 25. The great- ncuto contest In history between tho number of peoplo who indulgo In moderation, practico selfdenlnl to tho final excessive patriotism and grand- special session for the transaction ot est contest on trinity ratification be- chief executivo and the Senate upon limit because the few abuse tho privilege. Let us hope they will, but tho motherly flu bans. A great deal of some general business, and Incldently tween the President niul tho Senato treaty ratification will bo waged. discussed history of human nature Is against It. So long as tho moderate drinker business has accumulated, and If all dovoloped the road tax election It thnt this country has ever known Is hands and tho cook ever get ready that Commissioner Wiley, o- JAM, Kit GAINING GROUND. Tho fact was rnlly realized in kvmitd supply his own wants ho was willing enough to vote for local or state for holding another term of court the of Fr.mkfort, would como here for an nil congressional and political circles prohibition .In tho Interest of his weaker brother, but will he extend his legal fur will fly Judge Slnck will n(,1ress to the voters. Tho Publicity o the nation's capital Jailor Tlclicnor has been n bit unaltruism to tho limit of total abstinence? He has never been put to tho come over Monday and hold a few Speakers Bureau, of Louisville, will It was tho feeling of many Sen- - fortunate during his fourteen months days court, at which dlvorco cases also send speakers into tho county mors y thnt President Wilson Is ' In office, in having an unusually light trial before, and the experiment will bo watched with interest by students and some other causes of a distinct- next week. Frlonds of bettor roada sociology, all over tho world. No largo nation has over before undertakdetermined to dominate In Ills of bis Jail. A part of tho cf ly legnl character will be disposed of, aro arranging dates for tho speakest Undertaking just in the same Jailer's Income arises from lodging en the absolute prohibition of tho use of all Intoxicants, henco history of- v minor In which ho has done In ' prisoners, nud If the prisoners don't ,..,... . but no petit Jury will be impaneled. It ers referred to, and announcement oC - .... ,.o...i i. ..,i.ii" "- i -- i .1 "- " ,. ... . ...... I " .i.i.i ..........0 .. wi.v.uiuuu ..a iu Is probable the Judge will call a places and date3 will bo sent out over ' im-- i uii, iiu 11 jiiHi. Hiiori wini jiiuiKp uiiuuiiiiniiiuH. tho county tomorrow. The list was by a hundred generations, will bear special term for an early date All discussion in Washington to- - much, Tlch seems to bo obliging what strain habits and customs, fixed ' breaking. If the volume of territory already dry, and tho national ,css lt ,s decided the farmers will bo not completed In tlmo for publication, day has been centered on tho l'rosl- - and clever, and is very popular with ...... ............ 11.. 1...4 t "'" """J ohiuiiih, HIlBep ana U1S in this issue of tho Republican. i .1 r I.,. !. nninnilmnnl nro rnnllv (n,HHI.r, nf M,n will r.t !. Innl'o ,.......!. ... 1i..i cussing the League of Nations ,to sacWith the approach of election day afternoon. (don't seem to tako to him. About a ineut will follow as night follows day, but 13 it? Only tlmo can tell. rifice the tlmo for Jury service. many of tho leading citizens anil "There is only ono construction to year ago one prisoner disliked the! : .Judges have a good deal of authori largest taxpayers of tho county, are. r placed on tliu President's speech," place so much he broke out and loft ty, and wo should not be mortally busying themselves toward takingLAST WEEKS MARKET ROAD TAX ELECTION. ild ono Senator even tolling Worth good bye. who surprised if Judge Slack should,!0'1'0 out of tho list of "backwoods" ON OWENSBORO FLOORS iuestcd that his name bo withheld. Lint recently Tich's business is plck- -' Tim ItnnriTn will hrt .nll.t.1 ..rrn. . some fine spring day. take us bv counties In the matter of mini lm. Ho Is not going to ask tho Senato ing up. Tho first of tho week he There is a general The tobacco market during the Saturday March 8th. to determlno sur',rlse- - aml order tho sheriff to provement. , to accept his plan for a League of had five boarder.-!- and still has four. Petit Jury, J ih'enco among thoso who have clcar- or not they will continue summon" a Brand Nations. instead ho Intends to ap- - This is the biggest bunch he has had past week on tho loose leaf floors peal to the country to make tho Sen- - since he has been in office. It is In Owonsboro was one of the most old methods of road work, or adapt .inu unjust sumo longsuinuing iiuga- - 'J "muiuu me quesuon mat tno tax and tho modern system that marks 'the tion, despito tho popular fear of war, will bo voted by a good majority, IC rue accept lt." jpo.islhlo now that when these get satisfactory to tho managers, pestilence and famiue. the people only rightly understood, growers progress of cfvlllzation. It is generally conceded hero that out, If they will give his placo n most profitable to tho tho purpose and manner of expendthat was over experienced in tho We confidently believe that if the tho President has thrown to thoso good nnme tho patronage may iture of tho monoy when raised. It klreeu River district. The prices be- peoplo thoroughly understand Just i A GKXSli JUIIV SUMMONED disagree with him a distinct dial- - prove. 13 apparent gan to soar on the opening day of tho what method would bo adopted In that there is much lengo. Tho opposition to a League in tho minds of a great I weak. This continued at each sale, the use of the monov so rnisdri ihpv' Having been advised that tho flu of Nations, at least, tnkes this view ROCKPOKT. Kl'Kl'S AT 'until all former records wore brok- would not linsltntn to vnto ih m-- ban hud been raised Judco Slack or-- i Mlany People in regard to this mattor. of tho matter, rind most of those that aml for tlli3 reason it Is being plann- dls.igreo with certain salient points Marshal Hill Lankford had a en on both classes of the weed. Many and shall endeavor to state the In- - ,,cretl the sheriff to summon a grand eu l0 nom meetings in various sec- baskets of good pryor sold for $45 tontion of the Fiscal Court, as clearlv illT' to aPPcar for service Monday. of the President's plnn also tuko this strenuous day at Rockport, Saturday, " and upwards per 100 pounds, and the ob possible. There was not sufficient tlmo after tlons .f the cnty, at which capable position. according to reports from tho city on for tho attorneys speakers will clear up much confu- f the tax is voted tho monoy thc ba" was Senators who are friendly to tho tho river Green. As the story runs, market literally "went out at tho of the public. The top," when tho buyers paid $50 for ralsed in each magisterial district aml the'r clients to get ready for Ju- - slon ,n the r resident and to tho League of Na- - Klvls Douglas was brought before this class of weed. Sensational will bo spent upon the roads In such tria's. ad there will bo no petit voters should attend tho meetings not hesitate tlnn lllan did to the linrltnnrl nnllrn rnnrt fnr trlnl nn express satisfaction over his Iloston hoiuo charge, and the Judge ordered pr,ces Prevailed at nearly all of tho district, and lt will be nn additional Juri' summoned. The following nam- - nnd Kot road tax information from C(1 citizens will be called for grand ",oso who can clearly and thorough- toech. They say, with confidence, Marshal Lankford to search hhn. sales which mado everybody sit up fund to that part ot the present fund ,y explain it. and take notice. There seems to fie now provided for such district. The Jui-- service. that ho has gone about tho effort of Douglas made an effort to get away " no limit at nil to the demand or to Fiscal Court will necessarily have wm Chick, A. L. Frames, Lonnie winning ratification in tho most toll- - and the Mnrehal put a gun on him THE HIGH SCHOOLS. way. Thoy nolnt to tho fact that Then, lt is aliened. Dnmrlns- - brotlinr thc I)rice tho ouers aro willing to mnnmi m,ni.rvi9inn nvr iim .rnniH. Cook, N. B. White. Pat Hoadand. ins Pa'- - W"h offerings confined to i, of the road fund, but no In. Sherman Smith, JL.. D, Bennett, S hn lms nniio.iinii ti tiw. ii.min.iiiv nt n.,,1 ,.w,ii,nr n,..o ( " "" ",,,3t a,IJ ,H Brnuo ol wccu ul "1K11- -, dividual magistrate will have direct "uiwaKer, warren x.onoy. J. tu aei- American people and thnt In doing so rescue, nnd wrenched tho gun from ," a""uu'";uu J,ur y ho has touched tho note which will tho Marshal's hand. a". ""e xayior, j. 'lu Later in the U3t I,ricu3 uro now ucl" palu- - lmai charge of spending the money pro- - "" Lannam, Ira Cox, Bobcrt Maddox, eu' " " "n on unui Aprn sold, tho suckers vided for his district. Tho Fiscal undoubtedly give the most effective day tho Marshal procuring nsslst- - Incl""es oorj-thlntrustees of tho Hartford L response. jancc, went to tho home of the Doug- - tho sweepings and all sorts ot non- Court will, as a body, select, after Joh T- - Coleman, II. L. Martin. T. It. ed Mhool effected a final settlement Walter Marlow. W. S scripi louacco mai a low years ago with the citizens of each Southard, iiDiieallnc to tho svmnnthv of lasses, nrreafed Mm fathnr. II. r. In Brown, T. 11. Ambrose. It. A. Burton, w'th tho faculty, and closed tho coultl uanI'' u sold if offered, district, a citizen of that district ho nation's peoplo supporters of tho Douglas, and sons, Elvis and Frank, ,.school for tho year. Tho truUl ot tuo 8ltuatJon ' that who will havo chargo of the road Jol- - L- - a and John Lindley. ioaguo of Nation plan claim that kopt them overnight In tho "Lockup," Ule lonc of lho to0"cco market Is work In his territory. Such cltUcn Th,e Foirdsvln schol was opened 1 resident ..iison has set In motion and brought them to Hartford. Sun- Milday. 'V Permission of tho State BAPTISTS PLAN MEETINGS. machinery hontlmental that will day afternoon, whero thoy were lod'- - stronger than was over known. The will bo required to give bond for tho ,lloard oI "ealth- - BeaVer Dam will kwpuii the nnnosltlon off its fnnt. ,..i in n..v n,,. i,i.,.r 1...1.1 ..... Procediiig week was regarded ar a faithful performance of his duties. two weoka remarkable ono, but the paot week and tho assurance that for every del-- 1 Tho Ohio county Baptist Mission 0,)en M"tey- - As Thoy bellovo that legal arguments of. charge of disorderly conduct and has far surpassed the expectations of lar spent a dollars worth of work Board, at Its meeting, January 8, re- - remained of tho term at Centortown. of tho League of Nations, rylng concealed deadly weapons. tho oldest farmer. sucho1 tore wlU not reopen, shall ho done. This method puts nllzlng, that on account of tho lnflu- n matter how profound, will avail They will be given a trial today, There has been more Burley sold tho expondlturo ot tiio peoplo's mon- - enza epidemic but few of tho churchoi TolPnono ca"s to Rockport and Mc- onsweeping tide m nothing against the this season than ever before. Last ey in tho peoplo's hands, and it be- - have been able to hold revival meet-- 1 "vurr ,la,i"a lo B" any " DEATH AT ItKAVKIt DAM. if tho President's appeal for popular ' j ear about 200,000 pounds were sold sympathy with his great task. It will done under tho observation of Ings during the full and winter, has for'nat,on n reEard t0 tho mattcr oI ' Mrs. Luretta Blunkenshlp died at ' Owonsboro, and already thoro has the public it will be the privilege as decided to Undertake to put on an j unu rePenlnK vl iuu ecnoois ui luoau bo impossible, say theso friends of w they will not tho President, for tho greatest legal Beaver Dam, nt noon Sunday. Hereon 1,200,225 pounds sold this sea-- 1 well as tho duty of every citizen to evangelistic campaign during the last1pIacea, a.nd 0 son for $245,906.22 at an averago of rnnnri in tlin nmirl If nt nnir Hum ll.oiVlnlf nt Il.lv nril llin fli Unit nt An.i CUJJIU. lights of the Senato to command tho .death was dua to a lung Illness, af- work is not properly and yioroughly gust. attention of tho peoplo to their ar- -, fcctlng her stomach aucl nervous syj.- - ?2Q.49. Thoro has also boon NEW ARMISTICE CONDITIONS. that tho appeals of Mr. WI1- -, torn. Burial was In the Baptist,181.310 pounds of Pryor sold for done This money will bo spent to I In this campaign we hope to good roads to the vory doors list ovory Baptist church In the county eon to the mass of people will get. church cemetery, after a brief funeral $4,1G6,7DG,29 at an averago of $15.- On Monday, February 17th, terms of tho people, and those remote parts to hold a protracted meeting during for a renowal of Whilo tho Lcaguo advocates were sorvlco by Brothor Alton. Mrs. the armistice will Sales For The Week, of tho county, that have been too tho time mentioned. highly optimistic tho oppo- - Blankenshlp was tho widow of tho be presented to Germany. Two new At thoWest Ninth-stroo- t houso long neglected, will, como in tor a Longuo of Nations in lato William II. Blankenshlp, and tho If there over was a time whon wo conditions nents of tho will be imposed', ono, reought to put forth a simultaneous eftho Sonnte made It plain that thoy stepmother of County Clerk Blanken- - thoro were 742,735 pounds of Pryor fair share of road Improvement. quiring a suspension by Germany ot No good citizen has ovor qticstion-th- o fort to win the lost to Christ, now Is Uhe sold for $139,332.24 at nu averago of In tho least unmindful of ship. She leaves no children. wero not all military activity against Poland, years old at U19 tlmo $!S.7C. There was nlso sold 20,100 integrity and high purpose of that time. tho possibilities of tho situation as was sixty-fiv- e and tho other requiring that GerThere is more Heretical propagan- many Thoso Sonators, however, of her death, lt was not our pleas- - Pounds of Burloy for $S,G93.82 at an Judge Cook or County Attorney outlined. shall cut down her military averago of $33. Kirk, and tho Magistrates aro tho da in tho country than ever before. will continue to point out tho menace i uro to know Mrs. lllankeushlp, but twonty-flv- o diTho Lancaster house sold 46C.4G0 poors ot any similar body over elect- The Church Union movement, and forces under arms to to America's future, as they view it, tho finest ovldenco of tho goodness) plu'u. of Pryor for $7C,5G1.12 at an ed in tho county, and tho character thnt most damnable heresy, that a visions or lens. of hor character Is shown In tho re-- 1 Pounds in tho lcaguo Thoro seems to bo no doubt but y 'markablo dovotlon and nttachmont otlavrago of $10.42. Tho Burloy sold of the3o officials Is a guarantee that man may bo saved by a soldier's uniIt was said at tho capltol 43,925 pounds for $11,185.95 road fund will be used honestly and form, and etc. These thing3 make that all of the conditions contained mother-'totale- d - hor step-sowhom sho had that U President Wilson at tho dinin tho proposal for nn extension ot It necessary that wo put forth n unit economically. ner to tho'Forclgn Uclntlons Commit- - eel from tho third year of his infancy, 'at an averago of $25. GS. tho armistice will bo accepted, since. Tho Daviess County Houso sold money will bo ed effort to hold up bfcoro lost men Eyory dollar of tho night insists upon tho Ho remarks with fooling thut who-- j too no othor course (aside from-tha- t of a pounds of Pryor for $55,-th- o spont In tho community whero collect- and women the gospel plan ot mooting being confidential, some ot over faulted or criticised him tho ronewal of hostilities, which Is out o at nnnvcrage of $1G.15. Bur- - ed, In furnishing employment to mon ex- - good woman always camo to his commlttcomon will ask to bo tho question) Is open to cuscd from tho assombly. Taking fenso, even whon he, himself, was 8'u amounted to 29,400 pounds and teams, and for timber and other Let every Baptist In tho country Gorman Ropubllc of which tho new Froderlch old hand think over this 'proposition and when thoy will not allow conscious ot being nt fault. Tho for $6,011,80 at an nvorage of tho stand that materials. Tho Elbort was, on February 11th, electsystem will bo dlspouscd with, and tho ban Is Hftod, get together and arthemselves to bo bound in confidence world Justly bows its head in rovor-t- o K. by the German National At tho Equity Homo thero wero tho work will bo dono wholly by la- - range to hold moctings in ovory ed Prosldont keep anything that Is told to thorn ouco to such beautiful examples of Assembly at Wolmar, Germany by 290,910 pounds sold for $48,57S.82 hor employed by the day. church in tho county during tho tlmo a voto ot 277 out ot a total of 379. from tho pooplo, lt Is intimuted that the holy instinct ot motherhood. -- i at an averago of $16.36. Tho BurIndicated. at loast soino of tho Senators will In-- 1 loy sold totaled 18,005 pounds for MIND UNBALANCED. ALBERT MADDOX, form tho Proaldont beforo tho discus- - j SELF ACCUSED PAY FIXE. FAVORS ROAD TAX. 3.6S6.84, at an averago of $20.47. slon stnrtod that, If any confidenco Enlistment Evangelist. Sour Lake, Toxas, Tho Electric Houso sold 161,715 Old Soloman was right. There Is is to bo asked ,ho will profor to ' Mr. Press Evans, of Mcltonry, was Feb., 18, 1919. brought here a tow days ago und lock-- ( pounds for $20,467.79 at nn averago nothing 'now under tho sun. His leave. A CARD OF THANKS. Mr. J. II. Thomas, With tho oxceptlon ot Senator od up until a sanity Inquest could bo of $10.36. No Burloy was re'portod philosophy was amply demonstrated Doar Sir: Wo Bee by tho Hartford In count:- - court hero Monday, whon Borah nnd 'Senator Fall, all of tho hold. Mr. Evans, bofore his mind bo- - .sold by tho Suporvlsor, Wo want to express our slncero Republican that thero is to bo anField Bros., sold 192,835 pounds two cltlrcns came Into court, volun- thanks to our friends and neighbors other oloctlon for tho Road tax, and mombors of tho Foreign Rotations camo unbalanced was a man of good Commlttco of tho Senate have ac- - Intelligence, nnd a very hard workor. of Pryor for $34,587.47, at an aver- tarily reported a violation of the law who so genorously gavo us assistance as wo aro In favor ot this tax and coptcd tho Invitation to tho White Ho was not violont, but was about tho ago ot $17.94. Tho Burloy totaled and paid adequate fines for tho viola- and sympathy during the long illness 'would Uko to voto on it am sondlug to craziest man wo ovor saw brought to 5,535 pounds for $1,028.05 at au av- - tion. Tom Wright and Elwood Rono, and at tho death ot our dear mother, you to see If wo can voto by mall. House. ' oPRockport, wero the men who made of $18.57. Tho prevailing opinion at tho capl- - tho court house. He talked incossant-terag- o Mrs. Luretta Blankenshlp, and to Mack Logsdon and myself, both land imaginary numbers ho The Pryor sold for tho entiro week boloman's philosophy good. They assure thorn ot our gratitude and owuors ot Ohio county, are in Texas tol is that ho will not address Con- - ly about pounds gross, but will get his vlows beforo assumod to bo in a smalt blank day- - totaled 2,218,010 that told tho court they had on one occa- goodwill, tomporarlally, and are interested la tho peoplo in other ways. If this is book. After ho was locked In Jail brought $382, 435. 06 at an avorago sion offendod tho law of tho land and Gratefully, the welfare of Ohio county, and would truo, oppononts of tho pain for a tho sheriff and Jailor decided to $24.69 on the salo ot 123,645 pounds tho dignity of the Commonwealth by MR. AND MRS. CLAUDE BLANK-ENSHI- like to soo this thing put through. Tho Burley averaged gaming, and paid a fluo ot twonty dolLoaguo of Nations assume that It is search him for any possible woapon of $17.25. Work 13 good here in the oil Holds ' part of his campalgno to move upon with which ho might hurt himself or that brought $30,529.42. lars and costs each. However, thoro at tho present tlmo, and ail ot tho 3t m was a gaming chargo against theso tho Senato on tho llank nnd turn tho tho othor prisoners, nnd wero sur- Kontuckiaus at this place are making-goodIF YOU ILVVE COUNB. Tho stockholders of tho Hartford men, growing out ot the alleged robopposing Sonators In tho rear by prisod to find thirty flvo twonty dol- prcssuro brought on thorn from Jar bills, or $700 In his pocket. Ho Printing Company will meot at the bery ot Wright by Ben Harris, at Dr, H. M. Smith removes Bunions, Would bo glad to hear from you "a(1 worKea on tno 1, u. ranroaa tor Company's offices, nt 10 o'clock to- Roukport somo time ago. Harris ac- Corns and Ingrowing too nails. All or anyono in regard to home. the road tax. Every indication now Is that tho sovoral years, am had saved tho mon- - morrow morning for the purposo of knowledged taking somo monoy that desiring work of this naturo may Hoping this finds Hartford and its fePPOSlng senators Will PICK up tno V u biuuu uuiua, uui ui uiu muuuruiu oloctiug a Board ot Directors, and to wo's In the Immediate possession ot leave their calls up town or see him peoplo well and hearty, I remain, auntlet thrown down by tho Presl- - oarnings. no was sent to Hopklns- - transact such other business as may Wright, but claimed Wright had won on the streets, Saturday, March 1st., Yours truly, come beforo it. li from hire in a polar gume whilo and 3rd. at and that thoro will bo a contest vllle Monday. LEONARD WALLACE, 35tl """" "." """ 1 - to-da- great-'patrona- ge I .... ... ..... f- I " 1 ut ...' ' !. - to-da- ' con-whet- her ad im-w- i J J "d v 'r' mls ' ,in0 g lu' " - '"" Grad-consultat- I ' I . ln-I- ng en-brl- , to-da- ( to-da- n. do-if.- "' $20.-nced- cd I I 12-2- S, P. . 8T ' i ffrrrTar 1!. S. ARMY COURTS t; Socialist Congressman In months previous he had been convictbeing drunk. ed for Protest Of Court Another boy Is now serving five Guilt Of Sentence years in prison for having brought a bottle of whisky Into an army reservation. By G. C. Lyon Chicago, Feb. 20. Twenty yearn Another boy Is serving two years at Fort Who Was In prison charged with having driven lu tho fetlcral penitentiary N. E. A. Correspondent Leavenworth wns the sentence Iman army truck outside of reservation With tho U. S. Army In Europe. posed today on Victor L. Hergcr, Thousands of hoys who fought li at a tlmo prohibited by army orders. from Mllwaukco, France nr enow '"turning to Ameri'.u, Officer IJmI Oh Stand. following nnd his four bittor In tholr coniplulnttt against The officer who told me about this and case was one of tho witnesses for th their conviction in Federal Court of what they term the Injustice conspiracy to violate the esplonago sentences. tcverity of court-ninrtlaccused boy. He said to me: act nnd obstruct the United Stnto.t Since my own return home, nummy own personal knowledge "From training !l know war program. This was the maxierous cases In American that the officer who brought mum prison sontenco under the law. tamps liitvo been called to my atten- the charges against this boy lied on Sentence was pronounced by Judge tion. tho witness stand. He saw his case Landls, trial u. Koucsnw Mountain A milliner 01 unite. t.uuB fnnB throURh ftnd llL, Ld to kee,, Judgo, after ho had over ruled moiicmocrane leanings wive torn the ,,oy trom bong aC(1Ue." system Is n relic of, A ,)oy tions for a new trial. A motion for the court-martiown vmt t0 ha ,,, post . . stay of execution was niado. Juilgu centuries ami uiai now is i101Ich, a nni, of wraoned Lnndls also over ruled this. Attor time to change it. lcgglns which were openly offered for neys for defendants Immediately went Charges Made Dy Men by the sale and which were worn tho United States Circuit Court It is not up to me to prove tho boys in many nearby organizations, of Appeals, where Judge Samuel pos-bacourt-martisystem either good or Ills idea was to look as neat as granted stny of execution and but hero are some of the charges slide. He was arrested by the mill-thfixed the bond at $25,000 for each, 4. Un all the main highways of the county we will re-- ! by enlisted men'tary police of his own organization, are being niado n ,,s n,)"uri' ,0 n!W,n11'-ponding hearings on the appeal. ll thrown into the guardhouse and later oeive from the State aiuffrom the U.S. Government 60 generally and bysomo officers. The flvo are prominent Socialist l. Ho was preferred brought before That charges are always for every 40 cents we put up, or $1.50 for every SI 00. They are: Victor L. Merger, leaders of one month's pay Or to put it another wajyjvei-ytimagainst nn enlisted man by an officer, fined the county spends $1.00 national nnd radical motives ., io.,g-fo- r representatlve-olect- . from Wisconsin, charges are always in-- 1 The offense charged was wearing and that these labor or material, it gets $2.50 of work or material cr cxit. For centuries, compacts of and editor of the Mllwaukeu Leader; j other than a regulation uniform, al- fustigated by another officer; peace have been made and broken but J. Louis Bugdnhl, editor of tho AmerThat it is axiomatic in tho army though the wrapped legglns wero bold furnished. This is because of the State and Federal aid we re the peoples liute remained tho same. ican Socialist; Adolph Germer, nathat the officer who brings tho charge ties. Germany Still Defiant. tional secretary of tho American Soalways right and the accused en- For refusing to do menial labor In ceive if we have this tax. is "The tost Is an achievement, and cialist party; Wlllam F Krusn, sec!a hospital on orders from his captain listed man always wrong; By this means we can use Ohio County labor, Ohio what has thus far been actually retary of tho Young Pcoplo's Socialist That the affidavit of an enlisted a boy was given twenty years in Fort County teams, Ohio County limestone from fine deposits achieved In making peace with Ger- League; Uov St. John Tucker, Socialman against tho affidavit of an offi- - Leavenworth and he is there today, ist writer and lecturer near Narrows, Kronos and other points, Ohio County many? It would look as If these and proceeding is ccr in n court-martiWomen Weep At Sentence. gravel from the fine Green River deposit, at Smallhous, anil "in November. 10IS, the German dreds of cases like them should open nothing; Spectators filled the courtroom and armies were defeated In the field and we can bring Ohio County, on the main roads running.all nn That the very atmosphere, of j tip a rich Held for congressional sonImmediate aud unconditional sur- .some is such that an accused j vestlgatlon. through the county, 150 per cent more money than the render could have been obtained with tenco of the women wept when was pronounced Thoy crowd ' enlisted man and enlisted men wit- -. .county itself has to put up, and we can thereby release n peaco signed at P.erlln. Three ed around llurger nnd the other de When the bowels become Irregular ncsses are scared and cowed from the lyou are uncomfortable and the long- - large amounts now used on all of these main roads to sup- manths Inter, after long negotiations fendants, shaking their hands whllo very beginning. by tho great powers among them the tears fell. The defendants nil That both enlisted men and officers er this condition exists tho worse plement and increase the funds used on the smaller roads selves, five regarding the permanent ro were visibly affected. TllU mmranfnas flin nnncfninfinn .nvl feel. You can get rid of this Jill nVPrHlP rnilllhr hesitate to testify in behalf of tho u " When the defendants were asked Herblnc. maintenance of good roads all over the county from one construction ot mo world and ar- nused enlisted man, fearing dlspleas-- ! misery quickly by using rangemonts for universal peace, no why .sentence should not be proure of the officer who has brought the TJake a doss on golug to bed aud see ena to tne otner peaco has been made and no definite nounced, each made n statement In in eveiy direction. charges and those officers who com- - how fine you feel next day. Price If your brains, or your money can think of anything terms of peace ham been presented, which he pictured himself as martyr COc. pose the court; Sold by the Ohio county Drug in tke mcantlm, Germany, rehabilitat- of a cousc similar to that for which m better, please let us have the suggestion. That an enlisted man frequently Company. ed under what professes to be a dem- America fought the Revolutionary finds It very difficult in securing the THE FISCAL COURT OF OHIO COUNTY. ocratic gomrnment, but which In- War. DUKKHUI1ST rcrvices of some officer to defend him, Horger. the first to speak, said ho cludes a largo portion of the old eleand then the officer Is seldom, it ever, ment of control, tho army reorganiz- would not seok mercy nor retract a GKIIMAN WAKSHIPS' j Plans are being made for the be- - TO LAUNCH DIG WAD a lawyer; GAKDKN duivi: SINKING ADVOCATED ing and still possessed of arms and word of whnt he said against the war. ginning of the work on the now road That the general air of courts-mar- with tho prospect of adding millions mat lie was Innocent ns thu court is that tho accused is always gull- - through hero. tlal to the population by the accession of Itself, and that he was convicted by a ty and that It Is up to him to prove Miss Ernestine Ralph, of Hartford, "London, Fob. 21. The proposal to Washington. Feb. ' ' The Na"hand-picked- " Jury, Indorsed by tho v spent from Saturday until Wednesday tional War Garden Oammisslon ! ttlnk the German warships now In the Austria, flings t'he defiance or her himself innocent; seventy million people In tho fact of American Protectlvo League. Ho said court-martiThat, cases are not with Miss Myrtle Carter. pr:ng a Kcapa Flow, It Is now generally stated preparing to launch tnu also "tho big capitalistic Interests are Mr. J. T Hoagland, wife and son campaign for "tho biggest producing In the English newspapers. Is prnctl-cnll- y tho conference nt Iarls. prepared or presented in a wuy cal"What, then, Is tho coming peace to trying to keep me from taking my culated to protect the interests of an arrived hero Saturday night, from j ear tin country ever saw." To spur to bo accepted by tho peaco con- be, and when will It bo concluded? seat In Congress." Indiana, to visit relatives near here. the home gardeners to renewed ef- ference. enlisted man; It Is also proposed, It Is Who, in fact aro the victors? I shall "Kallier Willi ClirM Thau l'llntn!" court-martiMost of the citizens of this and forts tho commission reminds them said, to raise the Liland of Helgoland That tho avcraga presume to say that Washington Tucker compared himself and his sentence Is entirely too severe to fit adjoining communities hate begun to that tho clocks of the nation will bo to the water level. According to the not would think of this procedure; but I with Christ before feel the need of good roads In Ohio ict one hour ahead on tho labt Satur- Mall both proposals, which originated tho offense chnrged. inn confident he would rcgnrd It as Pilate, und shouted; county, and see no belter way of hav- day night in "March, in Sergeant And Coffco Money. In the ISritish admiralty, will bo dis- a time for this nation to put Its trust "Ileforo the living Christ, sir. 1 Of the acorcs of cases wherein the ing them than voting the road tax. with the daylight vivl.vf b.w lii oi cussed at Paris in thu next few days In Its,elf and not too much In others." would rather he on this sldo of tho Mr. A. A. Carter and wife were In feet for the duration of tho w.ir. unfairness and Injustlco of annyi Tho destruction' of the ships Is adbench with Je.uis Christ than on tho courts-martiare claimed, which j Oweusboro tho first of tho week. "Wo must help feed tho people ot vocated on the ground that their diviGas In tho stomach or bowels Is n other sldo of It with Pontius Pllato." Gayle. the twelve year old son of Kuropc," declared Charles I.athrop sion among tho victors would causu have been called to my attontion, I dlsagreoablo symptom of a torpid livKruse. Germer and Kngdalf! spoka Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Park, of Clear Pack, president of the National War heart burnings. 7ill cite only a few as typical: Tho vessels, num er. To get rid of It quickly take briefly, pointing out their lows that A Southern boy of good education Uun, died at hist home, Sunday morn- Garden Commission, in an appeal to bering flvo bnttlo cruisers, eleven batliver tho laws under which they wore con liorblne. It Is a marvelous nnd family was sentenced to be dis- ing ?.t about 3 o'clock, of heart he gardener.-- , for larger results. "Will tleships, eight cruisers and fifty Mimulant and bowel purifier. Price victed wero unjust. honorably discharged and to forfeit trouble, following Influenza. After ou have a part In this great work probably will bo escorted by fide. Sold by Ohio County Tho defendants hinted nt an "early Drug all pay and allowances and to servo short funoral services at the grave, at hand? Next to the sun the extra allied fleets to a deep part of the At- Company. m hour of reckoning" in the form of two years in thu army prison. As a by Jtev. Chapman, the body was laid hour of daylight is the bust value the lantic westwurd of the Scapa Flow Socialistic upheavals in America and i iergeant ho was detailed to conduct a to rest In Clear Run cemetery. Will you moot and then sunk. The question of sur- MILS. IIOOSKVCLT victoi garden has throughout tho world. Miss Violet Allen and brother. Ly- the number of men from a training camp hrlf v."i'.' Will you be up to rendered submarines will be consid"This Is by no moans final," said AT SON'S GltAVK man, left here Tuesday morning for take .ulvantage oV tbu health-givin- g to an Atlantic port. The post ered separately whether they shall Hergor when asked for comment on before tho party left, gave Centertown where they will visit their garden work in tho cnol of the morn- bo sunk or preserved. Paris, Fob., 19. Pride and sorrow his case. Then ho shrugged his thu sergeant the money to buy coffee brother, Mr. Ellis Allen. ing? Have the spade and tho hoe Another point for which the Itritish fought a silent battle in tho heart of a shoulders. "What do r think? Nothoan route for the men. When he reh.iudy nud turn tho cloek ahead one naval delegates will press at tho pence black-garbe- d woman as she stood yes- ing, Nothing. I have nothing to turned to tho training camp ho hud Oo you get up at night? ShuoI Is hour on tho last Saturday night )u conference, Miys the Mall, wilt bo tho terday in tho midst of war's havoc on say. surely tho best for all kidney or blad- March and be reau for the biggest raring of Helgoland. This would bo a balance of about $03 unexpended Tho defendants were placed one of tho bloodiest In In troubles. Sanol gives relief in lor coffee. Because ho waited twenty-f- derhours form all backache and blad- home food producing :car tho country n stupendous undertaking' as tho Is- France, beholding tho battlefields 114 grave of her charge of deputy marshals whllo Wilour hours before going to the land Is about one-fift- h ot a mile fallen soldier son, a simple grave, but liam Dross Lloyd, Chicago millionaire der troubles. Sanol Is rt guaranteed eve'r saw." COc and $1.00 u bottle at of thu camp cashier anil turning remedy. According to tho ate.s by the square nnd its highest point 190 feet well cared for by tho reverent hands Socialist, who Ikih been bondsman for 46-commission, tho war garden crop of while the coast is fortified with con- of comrades. this monoy in, he was arrested, charg- tho drus store. the dofondants, prepared to sign tho 1918 was worth ?i3,uOfi,000. This crete und steel. ed with fraudulently attempting to An enormous quanOn an awkward cross, half ot wood, new bonds. IDENTIFIES WATCH FOUND convert this money to his own use. was an Increaso o' 5! per cent ovor tity of oxploshes would be required alf ot fragments of an airplane's r, ON VKIIUUN HATTLKFIKM) but newspapers say, It would bo tho that ot 1917. Curries His Cao Up. written by a German hand, was Thnt Terrible Henilnclio. m i, "Figures show that G,28.r,000 best way of consuming tho German Inscribed tho name, Quentin RooseThis boy, having moro spunk than Ah an identification tag a soldlcr'ii Do you havo periodic attacks oilVx I producing plots wore reserves of high explosives. velt. Tho woman Waa his mother, headache accompanied by sickness or Y1-- r tbu average boy who fncai court mar- watch, picked up on tho battlefield of home food After destroying tho fortifications Mrs. Theodore noosovolt. All was n tinis, refused to accept tho sentence Verdun, has proved as good as tho planted," says tho commission. "With tho fltomach or vomiting, a sallow twenty-ni- x working days in each of at Kiel, assuming tho Ilrltit.li contensilence in this barren plain, but skin anil dull oyes? If, so, you can and carried the case from ono higher regulation tags furnhihcd by the tho sovcu months there are 182 extra tion for this action is accepted, tho a few months ago It vibrated witli tho authority to another until It, reached United State sramy But It wan not get quick relief' by taking Chamberhours of time. If only ono garden- canal, tho Mail says, could bo handed roar of cannon. With Mrs. Hooso-ve- lt Gon. Enoch Crowdcr, then Judge checked up as quickly. lain's Tablets as directed for blllious-ucs- s, er worked this extra hour of tlmo In over to the nmrte oouipuny on the goneral at Washington. was a small party of friends nnd Charles 10, Seng, a Jeweler. :i0G and you may bo nblo to nviod each plot It will bo seen that sutno lines ns tl.e Site-- : Ctr:nl military officer. In a long written opinion which I Kast Market street, received a request thoses attacks If you obsorvo the dii hours of extra tlmo would bo Tho woman who had heartily rections with each packago. have read (Jencral Crowdor says: yesterday from a jobber asking him in Getttns Hid Of Colds. agreed with her husband thut tholr "Tho evidence of record in this case if ho could name tho owner of a watch added to the country's wealth. SInco Tho easiest and quickest way to get sou should remain buried where he prove felonious intent on the ho had Raid, which two American sol- thoro aro 8.7G0 hours in a year thoro iaila to part of tho accused at tho timo tho diers had picked up aftor a battle at is a staggering total of 109,80.1 years rid of a cold Is to take Chamborlatn's fell, on Franco's uoil, and who had A RARE BARGAIN. days. In nn Cough Uemody. This preparation como thousands of miles across tho wonoy was collected or any fraud in Verdun. On looking up hist records of twenty-four-horeal'nd-vantagA Combination of. Leadworking day tho e has been in uso for many years and sea, although still bent undor a fresh obtaining possession thereof. In fart, Ilr. Seng found that ho sold the watch eight-hois found by multiplying 109,-80- 3 Its valuo fully proveu. No matter grief, battled courageously against ing Periodicals that may be quite the reverse is proven. As the hint February tu Jesse Holbrook, of by threo, giving 329,109 working what remedy you use, howovcr, care record stands, thoreforo, tho accused Glonwood, Ky. It was ono of a lot her omotlons. Totidorly as if In a Read with Pleasure and olght-hoday years." must bo taken not to contract a sec- last farewell carcaa for tho boy, she been convicted on any legally 'purchased by him October, 1917, from or has not Importance ot this extra tlmo can ond cold bofuro you havo rocovorod placed flowers on tho grave, then profit by every Member of sufOcIont speclflcatlou ami it Is recom a conslgumotit sold tho Jobber by mended that ho bo released from con- tho Illluola Watch Company. Thu not ho overestimated in tho opinion from tho first one, and there is seri- stood for several minutes, apparently your Family. of Mr Pack. ous danger ot thla. A man of middle visualizing tho tragic but glorious end finement and restored to duty." soldiers who found tho watch wrote HERE IS OUR OFFER: ago or oldor should go to bed und of thu young aviator. Lieut, Col. This would scorn to glvo tho accus- to tho makers, the Illinois Watch stay in bed until fully recovered. It Theodore Hoosovolt was with his The. Hartford Republican, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ed a clean bill of health, yet tho fact Company, they wroto to a jobber aud with LOCAi. APPLICATIONS, aa they ' U bettor to stay in bed threo days mother. rnmulna that today, soino months af- tho Jobbor wroto to Mr. Song- WhethFarm and Fireside, ciumut tho scat ot thn dlseaue. ' weeks lator Cat.ir.h is a locul dlteuso, rreatly ln I at t,l ter General Crowdor rendered this f- er Holbrook was killed or wounded llUCnCOd bV constitutional cnmllllnn. nn.l ' .... Woman's World, Dremlful Cough Cured. in inal declBlon, the boy Is still on duty or merely lost tho watch in sumo la orjer to cur It jou must tuke an A sovcre cough is often followed by brought dealing-.--, with the oncmy is not internal remedy. Hall's c.itnrri, mhi. ' au a private. Tho ofllcer who Cincinnati Weekly Enclno is taken Internally and acts thru h rough cough tor which Chamberthe charges nnd tho officers who tried known. the blood on the mucous surfaces of the 1'OINTS TO PKIML quirer, ALL FOUR ONE aystc n. Unit's Catarrh Meilictno was IN LKAGUR PLAN lain's Cough Homedy has proven eshim still rctubu to restore him to his pn Tibcd by one of thu best physicians pecially valuable. Mrs. F. W. Olson YEAR ONLY $2.30. Surgeons agree that In cases of in thla country for years. It is comformer rauk or sergeant. posed of aorno of tho best tonics known, Washington, 22, David Mnrysvillo, Mo writes: "About two Fob. To Private. Cuts, Hums, flruisea and Wouuds tho combined with tomo of llio best blood Injustice Prices are still advancing purltlers. Tho perfect combination of Jayno 1 1111, speaking hore today be- years ago my little boy, Jean, caught Anothor boy was given, three First Treatment la most Important. the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh ttertl-clu- e md we cannot guarantee this fore Sons and Daughters of tho Amer- a sovore cold and coughed dreadfully Is what produces tudi uonuorful months in tho guard house for bo-l- When nn Efficient antiseptic U apt four months without leave. plied promptly, thuro la no dangor resultu In catarrhal conditions. Swid for ican Uovolution, said, the proposed for days. I tried a uumher of cough offer very long. BETTER ...UUIUIIIdll, IICU. CO-Some timo lator thlH same boy was ot infection aud tho wound begins V'Al ?EN,Ey 75c. . Props.. Toledo. O. Loaguo of Nations meant abandon- medicines but nothing did him "any TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW good until I guvo him Chamborlatn's ment ot tho traditional policy of Klven five years ut Fort Leavenworth to heal at onco. For uso on man or Hell's Family PJIU for coMtlpatloc. Wushlngton, against which there Cough Uemody. It relieved lib and save the difference. Adbeust, Uorozonn l.s tho Ideal Autlaop-ti- al military prison by another court-mar- -; ore many constitutional objections, cough right away, and before he had dress, i fur being absent for Bixty days tic and Hoallng Agent, liuy It now A j "I would uof bo understood as of- flulshod taking one bottlo he was and bo ready for an emergency. Prtco without leave FOR FLETCHER'S Hartford Republican, cured. I think it Just tine for little fering offensive criticism of the , A sergeant was brought before a 25c, 50c, $1.00 aud $1.S0. Sold by charged with being Ohio Co. Drug Company, plan," Mr. IUU auld. "There are .many children.1 court-martiin m Charges Taken Officers As Evident Fact drunk. Tho otflcers swore that he was not drunk because thoy had seen him and talked with him during the ARE HELD UNFAIR tlmo another officer charged him with lelng drunk, yet he was convicted and given thrco months. The chief evidence against him was that nine al al .,... al ndmlrnblo features In It. Hut In view of complications that I bnllovo nre certain to nrlso, I would wish to Are you one of those who have been saying you are qunllfy our participation In nny comagainst the 20-ceroad tax because you think the money pact by precisely the words which accepting tho won't be spent right? Well, now, let us reason about that wcro employed InIn 1899 and again Hague Convention a minute. There is reason in all things. In 1007. 1. It is reasonable that the officers and the citizenShould Perform Duty. "Thnt we should faithfully perform ship of Ohio County have as much business sense as the officers and citizens of any other county. Road taxes in oth- our part In tho prcsorvntir.n of peaco nations er counties are getting good roads there. So why not among the principles nnd in defono of tho great of International here? law, no patriotic American, I nni sure, 2. Every dollar paid into the county treasury goes would for a moment doubt. Nor can on record. Every dollar that is paid out goes on record. ItHic nosumrd thnt occasions may not The record shows just where every dollar goes and for nrlso for already ono has arisen may becomo our when what purpose. And the record is public, free and open to armiesIt to distant lands duty to send In the world at all times. The citizenship of Ohio County suppress a common enemy, order to but that dictates the expenditure of every dollar and can change docs not require our entering into an the system of expenditures any time it wants to. The peo- unlimited obligation In nil clrcum-stnncto assume protection of disple still rule in this county. 3. The Fiscal Court has already made an order that tant peoples; to enter Into their disputes; the the tax money shall be spent in the districts where it is rais- disposal toofplnco our resnursca at that n central authority ed, and that it shall supplement the money that these dis may nt .some time be dominated by a tricts already receive. That puts this money right in the combination of Interests adverse to hands of the people in every community in the county in our own; to aubmit to foreign control a fair and equitable manner. The best brains of the com- our standards of life, our conditions nnd and even munities all over the county will handle this money under over rewards of labor, our lives. power our fortunes nnd There careful direction, so as to get the fairest and best results lis no good reason why we should com mit our posterity to such unnecessary for every dollar spent. nt es BRAINS AND MONEY. LIKIi CHRIST BEFORE PILATE! CRIES BERGEK ,V Alt'-chill- er ""k" court-martia- e T!X ZZ al hun-wor- th I ac-lyo- - H al al al com-wiand- of-fl- yr pro-elle- tI' h y bol-em- to 961,-.370,0- ur ur ur - rc.-ii- h ...., 1 ag cb-ien- h Children Ory al CASTOR liu2e ' A Hartford, Ky. ,j,y; lii ::?. ,sAMfaMMJiML $! A i' t ono comer was a pile of biscuit b .xs, TWO MURDERERS DIB ns historically unread tho masses of was no national mourning from 1850, some open. Now comes n confet loi tho people, there is enough of tho old STORM OF APPLAUSE JN KLKCTKIT CHAIR. when Taylor died, until 1862, a year patrileaven to raise n modicum of Wo took a biscuit! It had h; rdl.v which saw the earthly end of both TyIN SENATE CHAMBER reached our mouth when a minly, WATTERSON'S WARNING otic dough around about election days ler and Van llurcn; and nono from EddyvJlle, Ky., Feb. What country Is not just ready nngry volco cried, deep, nnd the "You did Jim Lawler and Pat Kear- tho death of Cleveland, In 1908 until yet for 'a master, having rejected the Looking around, wc saw not a ney, Covington Building asiuci.ttinn the day of Mr. Roosevelt's death. man on horseback nnd retired tho soul in sight. A sleepy cat blinked bandits and double Takon according to longevity, tho murderers, carSays Wilson Journey Move stuffed prophet yeare and years ago. Democratic Leader Scores on tho counter, but a parrot was cyni- ry with them when i'ijv wtre tabic of our departed Presidents ofcally eyeing us. Going up to her "Such lessons are lost, howover, With Soldiers In Toward Third Term at tho penitentiary here fers an interesting sequence: cago with a friendly intention, we early today? on ambitious men. Each thinks Ago when Ago' at Galleries Ambition he will prove the exception. said, "Poor Poll," but again came tho inaugurated, death. Just before they went to the chalrJ manly voice condemning us, "You at 3:30 tho rule laid down by Wash61 o'clock this mornlnir. Law - John Adams 90 ington, and followed by Jefferson and rascal I" James Madison ler said to Warden, John Chilton: 85 57 When at last tho storekeeper gave a Jackson, will hold fast as long as tho Col. Henry Wattcrson Washington, Feb., IS, Applnuso 8.1 "Warden, I'd like to shako hands Thomas Jefferson 57 wo said, "Ilcnlly, Mr. Courier Journal correspondent nn in- people retain their perspectives of In- - which shattered cverv that with Pat. I don't want to start any J. Q. Adams d 57 80 terview, at his winter home at Miami, tegrlty and proportion, their lovo of ruIo nnil rccC,cnt of tho UnltC(1 bird will not attract customers, she trouble or anything. I Just want to Martin Van Huron 54 79 Florada, that will be rend with In- liberty and their appreciation of the states Snnnto. ranc through thn rhnm- - is so rmlo. "Why ,what did she shake hands with him and say good- - Andrew Jackson 01 7S I In public life." ,,,, ay?" "She called mo a rascal." bye." terest thrniiKhout the country. Ho safe nnd decorous wllnn . ... James Buchanan 66 v 77 ....v.. ..7 ou took a biscuit." Denial I frankly warns the country against James A. Heed, of Missouri, in n "A-hThn mnn nrnrlmiatv fcrwl Iman sii Millard Fllmoro 50 74 would have added to our sin besides. flncd ,n the President's ambition to break the A scald, burn, or severe cut heals speech of fiery eloquence, demanded 73 58 scarate cells Tho wnr,,cn !.lames Monroe . third term precedent, and Incldcntly slowly If neglected. Tho family that that the American soldiers be return-e- d bolng useless. "Fairly caught," woi, ,'v....K:n,vfll. t...,i BllJirUUU i .... ,'lnhn Tvinr r.i 71 j ,,; UU ...v.. ' B"'" ... until. "Tim fni.1 In " ool.l Xtf thanks the Lord for a Republican con- keeps a bottle of Mallard's Snow Linito thlr horns. 47 to Kearney, who said In a low tone: Cromer Cleveland 71 taught tho bird that to scare tho gress. The Interview follows: ment on hand Is always prepared for Tho applause, which started in 54 70 "Jim aro you going to stay by lt?"jn' n- - Hayes Is the 22nd of Feb such accidents. Prlco 2Gc, GOc nud section of the gallery largely filled thieving boys that creep In and steal 68 "Yes, I will, said Jim. "I'll never w H- - Harrison 6S ruary," tho reporter put In, Washing $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co., with soldiers in uniform was deafen- biscuits and other trifles." George Washington . . . : . .57 give it up." 67 Thinking a bird with such a high ton's birthday is our (second Doclarn - !l)rug company. Ilcnjamln Harrison in ing. It was unlike anything ever 55 67 No Explanation. moral standard might be useful ia lion of Independence day. Tho Courierheard before within the staid pre 66 .56 Thcro was no explanation of tho Andrew Johnson -Journal would like you to say SOAIE TIIINRS WOHTH KNOWING cincts of the Senate. It brought a rc- - keeping us from future lapses in tak64 65 matter they had reference to, but tho Zachary Taylor ing our neighbors' property, we asked something about It and tho political buko from 48 Marshall 64 penitentiary officials believed it might Franklin Pierce situation, with especial reference to a robuko which was not administered, f ,f PoMy wcre for aIe- - "Well, yes", mean that there was someone olse U. S. Grant 46 Telephone Invemui In 1861. 63 the doings of Congress, the foreign however, until after tho applause had we were told. "We havo so little implicated in their crime ro 42, 60 Tho value of a ton of silver Is that they Theodore Roosovelt Journey and coming return of Presitime to look after her." run Its course. 54 5S pledged themselves not to con- William McKlnloy A bargain being struck, the writer had dent Wilson." Tho rule requiring the galleries to 56 Modern needles first came Into use 52' fess. Whatever their secret was, Abraham Lincoln n "I cannot help thinking," Mr. C. A. Arthur be cleared when demonstrations of became the proud possessor of amor-a- l they carry It with them to In 1545. 56 50 their guide and mentor. Polly lived replied, "that the great Jeho49 James K.POLK 53 Coaches were first used In England this nature occur, was not envoked, graves. with us for 25 years to the delight vah, who, old Kthan Allen intimated, In 1569. James A. Garfield and tho crowd remained until the end 49 49 Lawler, who has a wife and child, stood before tho Continental ConThe average ago at which tho French Revolution, 17S9; Reign of of Senator Heed's speech, with occa- of all, sundry sinners excepted. If evidently was considered tho more -gress, stands bulling the Congress of Terror, 1793. the little dog was naughty, Polly likely sional silent manifestations of .apv to dcvtilge the secret, nnd ap Presidents took office was 55, and the shouted, "Go away, go away, you tho United States, since the Slxty- average period of their lives after One million dollars gold coin proval of what he said. naughty dog," or if the cat camo parently ho realized his weakness. that was fifteen years. So, in a way, llftb Congress is about to adjourn and weighs 3,685.8 pounds avoirdupois. Should Demand Ships. Tho two men had agreed between around to see if any tempting morsel which will presently tho Sixty-sixtTho first newspaper advertisement Senator Reed demanded that ships was in Polly's cage, she would watch themselves that Lawler was to go the psalmist scores after all, for the assemble, Is Republican. .. .. 1... i appeared in 1652. ..! .1 ... to his death first. They made this average ago of these upright men uu i.rovuieu iu l.l urum mo uoys toacil I As To Wil.son Administration Glnss mirrors first made by Vene- from France. Ho Insisted that if this ' aml watch u th(J Up of her ta was request of tho warden this morning was 70. ,i,in mnnt, m. "The autocratic character, I will tians in the 13th century. Polished government Tho first Harrison was tho oldest did not have the ships, it flight. Polly screamed with delight, and he granted it. not say designs, for 1 do not know, metal wus used beforo that time. American to bo elected President and Last night when Warden Chilton should compel Great Britain and of thn Wilson Administration appear Tho largest cavern In the world Is France to postpone their demands calling out, "Go it, go it," till puss read the death warrant to Lawler, tho most brief In service. Roosewas out of sight. to me to bo'In need not merely of re- the Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. velt was tlie youngest to enter the long enough to allow tho Americans As a detective Polly was immense and asked him If he had anything to White House, nnd of tho five who buke, but of check. Either tho PresThe most extensive park Is Deer to bo brought home. Ho declared say, he added: "I was not in Covingident has quite lost his bearings, or Park In Denmark. It contains 4,200 that the way to do this was to keep Our maid had strict orders against ton the night of the robbery." Kear- died younger than ho three were the in tho house when wo else he Is visionary, again I will not acres. victims of assassins. Although wo ney had not a word to say. England and France out of Amerisay In vain, enough to believe he can think of him as snatched away when The first Iron ore discovered in this ca's trade centers until they complied wero out. Sho was shocked at tho AViilk To Chair. more suggestion! One afternoon, recompass what was denied to Grant country was found in Virginia but Just past his prime, ho was oldin with this demand. The Rev. Dr. J. P. Welch, of turning from a walk, Polly greeted nnd Cleveland, a third term in the 1715. was with the. condemned er than were either Lincoln, McKinley discharge of the us with, "Go away, go away, you Tho immediate White House. In my opinion, nothJamestown, Va founded, 1607; soldiers now in camps in the United men in their last moments. Neither or Garfield when assassins' bullets nauchtv man." ing else, or less, could havo prompt- first permanent English settlement in States was also demanded by Senator I voIcC- - We ask convlnc the maid's had to be assisted to the chair, but laid them low. the blushlng dam. ed. Impelled the foreign exploitation America. t . . ... Reed, and he criticized the "little I sei, .... mow long urn tne Soulier stay:" walked there Jcomposed and unshaken V As fund as he seems of breaking preA IIAPTIST DAHKV. .1 T t Ah Am rtAl 4 Tho largest university is Oxford, In heads of tho War Department" for "w" " luu,v "'"" Buaui a M f.Y "Oh, only a few minutes. It was not cedents, I do not believe ho can suc- England. It consists of twenty-on- e lcr was strapped to tho chair at 3:42 keeping the men in service when they my fault, etc., etc." cessfully violate tho precedent set by colleges and five halls. An old darkey got up one night la was n ,l aB0Ul "ve m,n- - meeting are needed at home and when their For hilarity and fun wc never met Washington. and said: Unless the people are The first Illumination with gas was parents are pleading for their re- Volly,E cquaJ It a Joke was n,adc utes. He was given two shocks of wholly degenerate, ripe and ready to In Cornwall, England, 1702; In "Dredders an sisters you knows the turn eacn- S ivearney and I knows that I ain't, been what '" Polly joined in and would stand on a ha buncoed out of their liberties, they United States, at Boston, 1S22. Senator Reed declared with one leg, the other waved in the air, !steP"cl into the chair at 4:02 o'clock oughter been. I'se robbed will forbid this first step townrd llfo The great wall of China, built 200 that If it wero possible for shouting, "Hip! Hip! Hurrah!" Sheland was slven tne same voItaB an'J an' stole hogs an' tol' lies tenure, which a third term would Ii. C, is 1,250 miles in length, 20 feet an' got i remained there tho same length of drunk an' slashed folks the United States to transport troops alwavs knew when ln,.rh. foreshadow. wi' ma razor, high, and 25 feet at the base. to Europe at the rate of 300,000 a One day a parson, whoso power of time. "Theodore Roosevult and I had an' shot craps an' cuss'd an swore; Printing was known In China In tho mouth, when "the seas were infested The only statement the men would persuasion and pertinacity were reonce a plain talk about this third sixth Century; Introduced Into Engbut I thank de Lord dere's one thins with mines and submarines," It markable, camo up our garden, full make was to thank the warden and I term business, hu frankly admitted land about 1474; America 1536. ain't neber done I ain't neber lost bo possible to bring them of smiles. Polly read a face like an Chaplain J. D. Woodson, who was ill, ma should religion." In 1908 that hu desired a The "Valley of Death," in the homo at tho samo rate of speed. Tho open book, and saw that the clerical for their kindness and express their and Ingeniously defending It. They island of Java, Is simply the crater of fault lay, ho said, with England and was not quite welcome, as wo know appreciation of the priest's service. nil do. 1 am inclined to think that an extinct volcano, filled with carJiodU's Sent to Homes. ships his mission, such visits being someJackhon did. Wo know that Grant bonic acid gas. It is half a milo In France, which havo taken their away to facilitate their own com- what numerous. Tho bodies were to bo shipped to Polly was all alert did, and I am sure that Cleveland circumference. merce. and", seeing our parson taking out tho Cincinnati at noon, Lawler's to his did. Wo owe a great debt to WashTho city of Amsterdam, Holland, Is The particular phrase In Senator inevitable subscription list, shouted wife aml Kearnev's ' brother. In ington, for If n third term why not a built upon piles driven In the ground. Reed's speech, which brought tho out- out, "You rascal!" Somewhat startl- their last mall yesterday Lawler re fourth? And theu 'fro life after It Is intersected by numerous canals, In ed, tho parson said, "You taught of applause, was uttered her ceived nine letters and Kearney sixtho manner of the Ceasars and Crom- - crossed by nearly three hundred burst answer to, a question by Senator Lew-I- s, to say that." We repudiated tho ac- - teen. Lawlor was sent a photograph wolls of hlbtory, nnd especially the' bridges. tho majority whip, as to what 'earulu """Kmer, added, "You know that "l '" llollvar, Rosas and The tallest man was John Hale, of methods he would recommend for cusation. but bird is a wonderful Judge of charac - 'The men bouBht ncw buits aml woro Dinz. Lancashire, England, who was nine compelling England and Franco to them to their death. ter, "I protest that In ascribing third-ter- feet six inches in height. His hand glvo up Kearney and Lawler were convicttheir ships. Quick as a ambitious and alms to Woodrow was seventeen Inches long and eight ed for tho murder of John Rehm and flash, pounding with his fists on tho Wilson, I wrote in no personally hos- and one-haPRIVATE CECIL 1JKOW.V inches broad. 'Andrew Nordmoyer last March when desk beforo him. Senator Reed retile spirit, but I confess myself, as a WHITES TO SISTER .they held up and robbed m. Many thousands of plied: the Ninth plain, Democrat, nn women sulfering from WATCH YOl'K TWHXTY- Ward Building Association In Cov"If tho senator wants to know I American citizen, a patriotic man With A. E. F. France, womanly trouble, have ington. A third member of the gangi DOLLAi: HILLS will tell him what 1 would tell them from 'way back' as affronted, incensJan. 19, 1919 been benefited by the use was killed and Chief of Pollqo Thco-- j if I wero running this business. In ed by tho presidential 'goings on' in of Cardui, the woman's According to a Washington report, stead of writing leagues of nations Miss Artlo Drown, doro Kluompor was wounded. Tho , foreign lands. Simmons, Ky. tonic, according to lettere dated February 4th, notice has been with perpetual peaco In them, Instead bandits obtained about $1,000 in cur- "No suverrlgu could carry It with we receive, similar to this my time in talking about ' Dear Sister, and all at homo: I !rency and escaped to Cincinnattl. sent out by tho Treasury Secret Ser- of spending a higher hand. No absolute monone from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,. vice that a counterfeit $20 Federal some schemo that is to concern tho received your letters of December 24 Uvhero thoy were captured. Lawler ofliayne.N.C. "I could arch could bo moro royally puffed up Retiurvu note on the Now York Fedor-a- civilization of tho say and 25, and was glad to hear from escaped from jail in Covington, mado future, I would l not stand on my feet, and and feted. It was bound to bo so you, as they wero the first mail I hadji way across tho river, hold up a Reserve Hank is iu circulation. to tho gentlemen running thoso counjust sulfcred terribly,'-shFranco 'bled white.' England 'all in,' The portrait of President Cleveland tries: 'I need some ships, I need them ' received slnco I came to this outfit, chauffeur and his wife In their homo says. "As my sufAmerica arrived at tho rescue in tho I am still across tho Rhino river, m Avondnle; and kept them prisoners on this counterfeit is darker in color now; I want you to give them to us. fering was co great, and nick of time, was ascribed to Wilson he had tried ether reme,than ou the genuulne bill. The coun I believe that you will glvo them to at a town called Wise, eight or ten three (lays beforo they could get a nnd only Wilson. miles below Coblcnz. This is a nice message out. Tho house was beselg-e- d bad U3 dies, Dr. terfeit also bears the check letter "D" us." get Cardui. . . I began America Walled Too Lou". for a day by tho police and only and plato number 51 with signatures "And If they did not glvo them to country, and far ahead of anything I improving, and it cured "Truth to say, wo should never of W. G. McAdoo and John Hurke. us, I would see to it that every bene- saw in France. I worried all tho w.hen Lawlor was smoked out by a me. I know, and my ha,vo waited so long. Instantly nf- -' Treasurer of tho United States. fit ntid udvantago they havo in tho tlmo I was In Franco because I could formaldehyde torch did Lawler surdoctor knows, what Carnot speak French, and now what wor- render. tor tho Lusituuiu wo should have run American market was takon away dui did for me, for my ries mo Is I can not speak German. up the flag and rushed to tho colors. tho day after tomorrow." nerves and health were I do not know when 1 may get to earnestly urged this. I suspect that DON'T STOP. Senator Reed said that nilllons of about gone." II co mo homo, but hope it will not bo Wilson and most of our public dollars aro being wasted by keeping men wero looking to tho presidential tho men in tho service, instead of al- long. I havo certainly seen some When some one stops advertising, TAKE election ahead, secretly afraid of the ! lowing them to got back into prollta- - country since I left home, hut now I Some ono stops buying, Gorman-America- n vote. Wo finally pronounced it a had just ,a lief go back and look at When some ono stops buying, bio industries. 'Ho wont in because tho politicians Should Read Mrs. Monvhan's hvro"K to tho army and a wrong to havo a lot of tales to tell you when Some ono stops selling. V thought they could no longer afford tho country. Hundreds of appeals those old Kentucky hills. I will When soma ono stops selling, Letter Published by to stay out, because It wore politically from mothers, fathers and widows I come hom6. You may not believe Some ono stops making, Her Permission. dangerous longer to wait. Hut nothhavo come to hlni, ho said, asking for all of them, but they will bo true. Some ono stops earning. Has Simmons changed much since When every one stops earning, ing can excuse, or should forgive, tho boys; theso apMitchell, Tlnkham's tho return of their dorellcctlon of the President In Vegetable Compound helped mo so much peals, ho declared, "would melt a I left? Havo any new girls moved Everybody stops buying. into town slnco I left? Guess I will . quitting his post of duty In tho Naduring- uie time 1 heart of stone." was lookingforward tional cupitol at such u time nnd hieContinuing his criticism of War De- be on the lookout for a new girl when THE AGES 01'' PRESIDENTS. to tho coming' of my I get back, as all of my old ones will She writes further; "I ing to tho u'renu of European activity. little ono that I am partment ofllcors who are rosponsl-b- it havo forgotten mo. I was sorry to am in splendid health . . . It could havo been planned fur none (Davenport Democrat.) for tho situation, Senator Reed derecommending; it to can do my work. I feel I other than personal oxploitutiou, to other expectant clared tho war was not won by tho hear of Willis death. It was tho The point made by tho Democrat, owe it to Cardui, for I was first I had heard of It. I guess a lot in commenting on tho death of Mr, mothers. Boforo War be converted into political capital. Department, but by tho in dreadful condition." taking it, somodays "Mr. Wilson seems ono of thoso "thousands of fathers and mothers of of news you havo written has never Roosovelt, that nowadays our PresineuI suffered with If you are nervous, runreachod me. who believe that nothing ran bo well dents do not livo long after thoy ralgia so badly that America from whoso firesides went down and weak, or suffer Tell every ono Hello! for me, and douo upless it Is done by himself. by llguros I thought I could out tho boys who carried on the war office, is born out from headache, backache, not live, but after and brought victory to tho American that I hope to sco them boforo long. presented by tho Now York Sun. It is not nn uncommon failing with etc., every month, try taking three bottles cause." With lots of lovo from your brothonorgotlc men. But, in u ca,so like paper points that of tho That of LydiaE. IMnk-haCardui. Thousands of er . tbLs, there can be little, If any, room twenty-flv- o Presidents of tho United s Vegetable women praise this medN , PRT. CECIL DROWN, MY PARROT. to doubt that it was, in a sense, tho Compound I was enStates who have died only twelve cine for the good it has Co. 9, 126 Inft., A. E. F. tirely roliovod of congenial us well as love of display, a reached tho ago allotted to man by done thcin, and many , neuralgia, 1 had Edw. Fox Salnsbury. timely assortion of power, tho gratl-llcatlthe psalmist. Only ono, John Adams, physicians who have used gained in strength (Our Dumb Animals.) passion for the A SOLDIER'S PRAYER. of a certain reached fourscore and ton, and no and was able to go Cardui successfully with Tho bhort story which follows uround and do uii unusual which over rouched tho presiPresident since John Quiucy Adams their women patients, for "Our Boss, who art in Washington, has lived to be eighty years old. Tho dential Judgement, because, taking It my housework. My baby when seven contains no fiction, no startling utyears, endorse, this medi: rjpou uuao u nm, terances of "Poor Poll," hut it may Wilson bo thy name. Our pay days three oldest Presidents wero tho tit erantoil that hn Is uftor. tho third nun""?'" X nave for " cine. Think what It means ; lor a long time, i givo pleasure to some young readers. como with a very small sum and our .: will surely do- - letter man torm, this proceeding mediate successors of Washington, never jlaj any mediclno Jo mo to to be In splendid health, Tho way tho writer acquired Polly clothes won't hold togothdr. Givo us and it so happened that from that fout it unless Indeed tho country Is much good. Pcaul JIONVlIAN, Give like Mrs. Spell. was perhaps somewhat curious. Ono tills day our slum and boans and o great man's bonded downward and tho onso of Mitchell, Ind. death on December 14, Cardui a trial. !i Republican simplicity and Democratic" ... J"-?..." day, calling on u Scotch storekeeper l f!"?. us our longings for discharged 1799, to July .J.,1826 In tho adminprinciples ia wholly lout from tho na- - hn( ch(l, and many letters have bum iu South Africa to arrange a biuluow ua we forglvo thoso who keep us from istration of tho sixth President--All My received uy tho Lyuia u. nni.imm matter, wo were told by a colored boy. getting thorn. 'Keop us not forever day when both John Adams and lonai ennracter. J72 Medlcino Co., Lynn, Mass., tolling of "Maatur is busy," and, finding tho in Gamp Taylor, but dollvsr us back Thomas Jofforson expired, the na 4 Country Not Ready for Master. health restorudimringtMs trying period buay mustur somewhat long In com- to our homes 1 frivo-u- s in God's country. tion was not grieved by tho pssing "This do not hellovo. As by tho use of Lydia L. Pinkbam a Vcgo- ing, wo strolled about tho store. Iu Amen,' ,' and crauky as tho tluics may be, tublo Compound. of a former Chief Executive. There iEWARE OF k MASTER sc-cr- ot ran-cal- !" -- Moan-while, nr-rlv- tlme-hnnnrn- ,.. nf,nrn. con,r ....,. , al . ii "To-morro- w I I ; Vice-Preside- nt $37,-740.8- 4. Wnt-tcrso- h, 1 fiw..i ,.., Hop-kinsvil- le r" V4 T 1 St M T, """ hen-roos- ts ' Latin-America- m About Gone lf e 'MOTHERS TO BE CAEIDU) The Woman's Tonic Ind.-"Ly- diaE. - M "--- m 1 for-glv- T a mi mr Druggist !C The Hartford HARTTOIU) Republican would ho served by retiring Pcnroso PHKSOXAIi POINTS ANI SOCIAIi EVENTS from tho sennto and muzzling Tho national government Is undertaking a tlireo yearn campaign of public road building. Just now If wc vote tho road tax, for every dollar of tax paid by our citizens the will pay fifty cents nnd tho stele ono dollar, which means that for each dollar wo provide for road building tho state and national gov- crnments will add ono dollar nnd f cents. This help from tho nation al government Is nvallablo only ror tho next thrco years, nnd in order to tnl'n n.litrtnlniv.i tt 14 r miml Vntfl tltft nmv u mcaM lhnt for Mch lonnr wj pon, on th(J roails wo w get two dollars and fifty cents worth ,,f roads built. gov-ermic- nt If-i- jy Mrs. Otto Martin (nco Lena Cop-pag- e) an has sent l'ublllicil Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated, W. S. TINSLEY, C. E. SMITH, President Soc.-Trc- Kdltor JOHN 1II2NRY THOMAS W. b'. TINSM3Y, Asncinto Kdltor nnil lluslness Manager. ! Wo have all kinds of Looso Garden young brother-in-laWndo Mnrtln, 1 LRU'S QUO. who dlcdJnnunry 20th of pneumonia Seed. ollowlng Influenza., Ho was only sixMr. W. H. Heed, of Prentiss, was teen, so young, so promising, but a. among our callers, Wednesday. Christian, to mako tho Journey to another homo. Tho trlbuto was written After being closed for soveral by a personal friend and near neighweeks on account of the flu ban, Tho bor and It was beautiful. Mrs. Orln-- n oil In Grayson Qnzcttc. Star Theater will opon tonight. Hartford with tho obituary of her mo tho r Ih I have ordered two more fine Mr. Holla Chinn, or Hldgcwny, Arkansas, Is the guest of his uncle, cockorals from E. 11. Thompson County Clerk Claude Ulnnkcnshlp. strain of barred rocks out of Amenla, N. Y. and will be ready to book eggs young for hcttlng March 1st., at tho old Wanted To trade good tocommunications Address all stock for a good reliable team of price, $2.00 per setting. Sold ton Tho Hartford Republican. work horses, must be sound and of pullets that were alimi.it one year old , good size. Hint brought me $2.3S each, average NOTICE TO SUHSCRIRKRS. JOHN W. SANDEFUR, almost 9 pounds each some birds. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Had better book your orders Hartford, Route, 7. o n now addV-csmust give tho old urecklnrldgo county has a loose early as 1 have only two pons this Mr. Cicero Crowder, deputy in year. ma?? " - m leaf tobacco warehouse. Grayson and J. C. ILEIt. per line, and Gc per lino for addition-- , Hnrdin counties ure organizing stock Sheriff llratchcr's office, has been .companies to build such houses, nnd confined to bis room for n.oro than al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards wn. not 0,Io C0Untv? Tho Owcns- - n month with Influenza nnd resultEAST VIEW. of Thanks, 5c per lino, money la ad- - ,)oro mnrket Js UQt , cnou h ,0 ing complications. Ho Is Imnr. vIuk Mr. Charlie Hoover and family Church Notices for services free, j handle the volume of tobacco that but not able to be out yet spent Saturday night nnd Sunday but other advertisements, 6c per line. I kocs there, nnd when tho houses Anonymous communications will there nre crowded, as they often arc, Por prices laid down at your Kail with relntlves at Clear Hun. recolvo no attention. tho buyers lower tho price because Hoad Station, on any item mentioned Mr. Rono Dotson, of Owensboro. they are unablo to handle the tobac-M- n our add ln this paper write pojt! visited In this community last week. TELEPHONES. .co as rapidly as it is brought to mar-- , can, and you will hear from us at Mrs. Hannah Taylor has bronchial 123 Cumberland kct. Owensboro prices, and even bet- - once. pneumonia, following an attack of in- G! Farmers Mutual ter prices than are paid there on nP0RDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. ' lluoiifa. 1 crowded market, could bo hod at j Mrs. Pannie Dotson. of Owensboro, at here Hlg Shipment of latest Stylo Bug- - but formerly of this place, died at ItltUARY SIS a looso leaf house home, and the growers would be sav-r- d gics are now on sale at the Fordsville' Henderson, Saturday night. manv thousands of dollars in ex- - j Planing Mill Company's Display floor. Mr. Alex Alexander, of Madison- Internment Is being urged for tho . cs lncurrea ln iaxiinB t the 0v- - These are extra and unusual values., 'vlllc, has purchased the Martin farm, But would onsuoro market, Amerlcan Bolshovlsts. Write at once for price on the style and moved to It, Thursday I interment not bo a better remedy? you want. Act quick. Don't delay Mr. and Mrs. Elder Dotson went to President Wilson camo over from if you want to save money. Owensboro Monday to attend the Modesty is not one of the marks of !EHropo t0 cniRhten tho Senate In the funeral of Mr. Dotson's mother, Mrs. the Secretary of tho Treasury ln call- - ,naUor of hIs adopted Taft scheme of Capt. Earl Hennett, of Owensboro. Pannie Dotson. ing upon the American public for Leacll0 of vatinns.. and unon his ar- - has had a recurrence of mental loans. rival. was startled to find the Senaje trouble arising from a sunstroke. In UKJ SALE FOR SATIMSHAY ONLY had somo Ideas of Its own. Heitlm Phllllplnes while In the service I LEU'S RROCERY. TVirt llnotfnKil Tlnrnlil fllUP trirrwt found the temper of the Senate so un- - there somo years ago. Ho Is temanti-roa- d tax stuff under our, certain with reference to his hobby rotten porality at Hopkinsvllle until ar- 1 Can pure hog Lard $1.1 50 wcllknown caption "Heads Oddly,,. he will return to Europe without rangements can bo completed to re- 1 Bag 21b bushels Early Rose seed Strung." It at least insured ntten- risking a vote to be taken In that move him to a Government $:;.7r Potatoes 1. tion. Thanks for tho compliment. body. The President went to Europe 1 Bag 1t. bu. Early Ohio seed discredited by a recent adverse vote . .$.1.75 Potatoes After reading President "Wilson's of his country, and now he goes for' Tho influenza epidemic seems to 1 Bag mixed feed $3.05 speech, delivered In Bosrather brief the second time without the endorse- pretty generally subsided 1 Bid. BEST Flour $11.95 ton, upon his arrival from Europo, iment of bis treaty confirming body have throughout the country. Only a 10 Packages Arbuckle Coffee. . $2.70 and noting that he used the pronoun It must appear to European states- - few Isolated cases have been report- 1 Bag Oyster Shells $1.40 "I" S3 times In tho speech we decid- liteu now that the peace ed to this office this weell. That the 10 lb. roasted . Coffee $1.05 have it. ed the IV commissioner from the United States disease may again appear with some 10 lbs. PINK Beans 95c J , .. .. ue v.'nuf c t w. until Imunl if lilu ...,,.,.... !..i i ..... ...w.. ... ...., iiti. tri viruiuiico is I Or cans 20c Peas mioukiu 10 i. u possi- The school children and rhiirrh behlnd him. bility, but It will be well enough to 10 lbs. Black Eye Peas 9.e goers of Ohio county should extend a 90c vote of thanks to the State Board . The cu. COngress. which will prob-o- f leave the pulling of that hill until 1 $1.00 Broom 95c $1.00 WHITE cane Sugar Health for tho "Urgent request" ,,,. Illeot Jn extra session soon after wo get to it. 1 Bag Hen Peed $1.50 that resulted in liberating them from Marcn 4 w, havo an tll))rnllelcil 1'nclo Billie Render celebrated hN 25 lbs. BEST White Meal $1.10 the antiquated flu ban. opportunity to servo both tho country Olird birthday yesterday. Uncle It II- - 3 cans 40c 20c kraut and the Republican party. While jllo is Hartford's oldest male citizen, ?. Cans Good Corn 40c Prof. Woodrow Wilson, a former the threat of German milltarvlsm j still maintains very clearly his men 10 lbs. Peaberry Coffee $3.50 citizen and federal of- - Uung ovor the country like a storm $2.50 at Washington, but re- - cloluI tue ,)e0p,o wero ,)atIont ullicr tal faculties, nnd is able to walk 10 lbs. 30c Coffee $5.00 ccntly removed to France, arrived ln the extravigant expenditure by the down town at his pleasure. Among 1 Keg Steeples $5.00 this country Sunday, tor a brief visit, government of the public money, but a number of birthday gifts to the ag- 1 Keg Nails ed citizen was a years subscription to G Boxes Spaghetti 25c lie will return about Ma roll .". the war over tho popular mood the Hartford Republican, presented m changes. congress, by his daughter, Mrs. E. W. The present The Hartford Republican Sl.oO car Pord. Por the first time In his public grown calloused to unheard of apcareer the calm. Judicial Taft has propriations, is still providing funds stooped to vlllification and abuse. for tho least excusable public purBut the League of Nations was born poses. Unless the public purse-i-trln- g Jn his brain, and the usual has hapIs soon drawn the government pened tho parent is jealous of critiwill bo bankrupt. Already bonds cism of his deformed niogeny. for which the people paid a par value I will begin buying by sample at my warehouse in newspaper writer says are sold at nearly five per cent disA partial See me President Wilson has tremendlously count. There is a limit of Indebted- Hartford immediately. All grades accepted. increased American prestige in Eu- ness to which the richest government before selling elsewhere. rope by his visit there, but it can may go. A halt must be called'upon hardly be said that tho President has government e.xtravigance, and it is K controroeiidiously increased his own fortunate that a Republican rJ gress wes elected, to save the country Hartford, Kentucky. jireatige in America by going there. A from national bankruptcy. i When the League of Nations and Only about thirty days, now until national prohibition get in working 3 order we will lie dono with fighting,, the daylight saving law will become '"cc.Uvo again' B'"lns of hours of both between nations and Individuals and peace and tranquility will reign time and millions of dollars In cash tipon tho earth. How stupid of will bo added to tho world's total mankind not to think of these things wealth by tho thoughttulness of tho genius who made this wonderful disoooner. covery. How stupid of mankind, ln a brief note, accompanying a that it never before thought of this check for renewal nf bis snlisprln. miraculous plan to enrich tho world Slnco this wealth- tion. Mr. Clinton Itnwo. nf iVntm-- - i '"J" legislation as worked so town, says: "I enjoyed your cd,lforlul 1,I0duc,nB srlll!ic inspired on tho Woman's Christian Temper-- 1 womlorfully wo aro nnce League's campagln against, to- - t0 ,,0ov there are unnumbered plans bacco. While I do not uso tobacco, yet lying hidden somewhere in the 1 think they aro going a little too rubbsih of human ignorance, which "i far. A henpecked man is a pitiful to fish them out, ,wo might object, but n henpecked nation would yet come to live by legislation rathor than by work. If cutting be a calamity." an hour off tho a fternoon and .' I Why does not tho p,eace conferonco pasting it on tho forenoon could, propose to tho central powers Its without lengthening tho total length of thy day by a single second, add of dollars ln maintaining, great, of peace? Why hpend millions millions to our wealth It would be inles in the field, nndkecp our sol- !tho rashest presumption to assume dier boys in foreign land., while diplo- there wero not millions of other ways mats squabblo over A dream of a of making money without working League of Nations? Why ure not tho for it. Aye,, legislation is tho thing, Allies' peace terms stated, once for when it has gonlus to direct It. all; and let tho war bo ended? Who FLU BAN LIFTED. knows? Tho civic' world is plastic; Bolshevism stalks abroad, nnd' It is the most dangerous moment in all .By request of the State bintory to hesitate to restore peace nnd order. Board of Health, and owing Entered according to law at tho Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall natter of tho second class. s Tn ""- I Kabo "Live Model" Cor- K . Front Lace and Back Lace sets and Brassieres. . ; , ", ..,:,., , Women today find it a special duty to be an ex ample of efficiency. Your Kabo Corset will help you not only to act the part of youth and efficiency, buf to look the part. This is accomplished by the special Kabo fitting over "ive Models" bending to every position. This system insures positive comfort and correct support t oevery part. Even the highest priced Kabo model is- inexpensive for the woman who must be active, well dressed and always in good health. And paying a little more for a Kabo corset gives any suit or frock correct lines. Kabo fabrics; because of extra strengtl), will give you additional months of wear. Price $1.50 to $5.00. Let us show you our new spring line. - I .. V, Carson L Co, , Hartford, Ky. ' well-kno- r. SPRING f WHBMMfrra bmbMi1 Ml HI I Sell Your Tobacco! S VEACHEL WESTERFIBLD, '' I'llljHWI.JLIiJJii.twa'.iTOCjwiiiiAMiiaas: 3 f 'i J It is with pleasure we announce the arrival of our NEW SPRING SUITS and COATS a'ist Than You Make And Wonderful Values, est Styles New-- . I in all the wanted colors and fabrics. i - ar-tor- Bank The Difference THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU Our greatest pleasure will be to have an opportunity to show them to you. That's all we ask. Look at them; the Suits and Cloaks will do tho rest. Look at our DRESSES, WAISTS and SKIRTS. Also it will be to your advantage. Gifford IMnchot Is adding materially to the Income of tho Postofflco Department by writing frantic appeals 4 1. . k.n..,n.. .. , . .t ii try Imploring them to prevent a catautropho to tho Ropubiicau party y proiaaiing against noise renroso bolnn elevntod to Chairmanship of tho Porolgn Itelutlons Committee. Our opinion, very firmly held, U that boili I'tuirea unit I'liichot ure mlll-j-loabout the peek of the Repubbekt lican puny who interests ae to the ineffectiveness of the order, the County Board of Health has decided to raise tlle ba 0n Wtluenza, OVCl 'the entire county, effective 7nhniirv 9fi 1010 i Judge MACK COOK, ' BANK OF HARTFORD Thirty-Si- x E. P. j Chairman. Dr. E. B. PENDLETON, Years in Business Secretary. v '"' Beaver Dam, Ky. Barnes 6k Bro. Don't miss the big Balo tomorrow. lLBR'S ono. Attorney Otto Mnrtln was In Owensboro, on legal business, Saturday. Good clover liny for Balo. Sco Blount i rue Blue Plows Harows and Cultivators m tick mmxs, Hartford, Ky. Will pay good prices for Kgga and Uultur. H.KR'S OHO. Mr. Culllo Harrison nnd Miss Clara Dowoll eloped to Ilpckport, Indiana, Inst week and got married. I wimnMml I V "'.T CBV .tf Mf '.Tar.! "Tlii is the ii;n of genuine Congolcum Mr. nnd .Mr. J. I,. Stillco, of Kast Louis, Mo., aro guests of Mrs. Sallco'fl mother, Mrs. It. It. Wedding. Kt. ij Why bother with sweeping and beating rugs when these durable printed rug3 are fully as pretty and attractive and so easy to keep clean? Think of it All you need is a damp mop. The splendid patterns are so dainty and attractive that the rugs can be used with good taste wherever fabric rug would be appropriate. a medium-priceWe carry a full assortment of sizes in the new Gold-Sepatterns. The Gold Seal pasted on the face of the rug is your guarantee of genuine quality. The low prices will surprise you. 1 d al Vv Snle Fordson Tractor, bonght last fall, l'rlco $400.00. J. G. KEOWN. 33-- tl Hartford, Ky. Mr. Hllllo White, of N'arrowR, was tlio guest of bin brother, Mr. E. A. While, nt Horse Uranch, the first of the week. C. B. Commonwealth's Attorney Smith Ik In Owensboro to attend to somo business In the Daviess County Are dependable implements with which to farm. There is PLEASURE as well as PROFIT in the operation of any sort of GOOD TOOL. Get the best. SOMETHING WITH A REPUTATION. For sale by ACTON BROS., Hartford, Kentucky circuit court. FOR LIME and CEMENT, go to Host High I'ntuut, Golden Leaf W. E. Ellis & Bro. 33t4 Flour $1.50 per 24 pound bag, Barrel at $11.70, tomorrow only. Big lino of Fruit and Vegetables W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for tomorrow, Con-golcu- m B iTIr y V Ut Supply your every want for some- I thing to eat from M. T. LIKENS, now Mrs. Leemnn Lako and children In the building formerly occupied by arc. visiting Mr?.. Lake's parents, Mr. A. D. White. and Mrs. S. E, Bennett, nt Decatur, Alabama Beginning tonight the Star TheaA complete line of Window Shades, Door Panels, ter will resums Its regular program Tho Blue Bird Plow Is one of the Tuesday, Friday and Saturday best If not the best Steel Plow on the i of Curtains, Scrims, Fancy Draperies, Marquisette Lace night shows. Seo mnrkot. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. 32t4 in plain white and ecru. Prices ranging from 20c Mrs. Xcy Foster and baby, Alice, of Lum brook, Arkansas, aro visiting to 75c per yard. Linoleums, Curtain Poles, etc. See Mr. and Mrs. Estill Willis, of Chi Mrs. Foster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. cago, were guests of their parents, Cal I. Keown. us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house .ur. nun urs. w. i . jiie uiiu wi. ui.u .Mrs. v. u. i.awiace, ai narrows, lasi that saves you money. week. The breeding season Is Lot us make your stock bills. ! While In Frankfort on a business Wo do tho highest class work at trip, Mr. W. S. Tlnsley ran over to reasonable prices. Lexington Tuesday to seo his son. Major Clarence DcWeosu, of Fords- Mr. Glenn Tlnsley, who Is a student vlllo, was In town Friday. Major at State University. DeWecse was recently discharged Mr. I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, from army service. ' who is Just recovering from an atFor new stock, high grado staple tack of influenza, passed through and fancy groceries, fresh nnd cured Hartford Wednesday, on his way to meats see M. T. LIKENS, now In A. visit his father, at Buford. D. White's old stand. pigs Elgin Rev. Walter Creep left Thursday The Hartford Republican ,lnbtMr. Virgil $14-1- sold four week, for Chester Wilson qualified In County for Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where ho . I court as Committee for his wife, who goes to deliver a series of Mission .KKimUAItV 'M I'HIDAY, .. W. E. ELLIS and BRO., have the wnH reccntiy committed to tho asy- - lectures for tho Christian Church. 32U lum, at Hopkiusville. field seeds that grow. Ho will bo gouo abou tten days. " K. K. R. TIME TAUIitt. ftl II. & Greenville, Miss' Lureno Collins, Judge John Bone, of Centertown, Mr. W. C. Gaines, an employe of Routh Dound, No. 116 :06 . in. was in Hartford Wednesday. the Owensboro postoffico was tho Mr. J. A. Howard, Hartford and Mr. Due at Hartford guest of his father, Mr. W. S. Gaines, W. G. Ber, Rockport, were guests of North Bound, No. 114 Miss Beulah Palmer, of Mcllenry, at 6.46 p. m. Mrs. TIco Burns, who has been very at Fordsvllle, Sunday. Due at Hartford a six o'clock dinner Sunday. ill for the past two weeks, it very (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) j Magic Poultry and Stock Tonics, al- much lmprovod. Prof. O. 1). Carson, who is with the so II. A. Thomas' Poultry and Stock o A. C. A. at Reeds, in Daviess county, Sold by Walker Itemedlos. Russell Itcv, and Mrs. was with his family here from Satur W. E. ELLIS & BBO. I Personal News visited rolativon ut Fordsvllle tho 32tl day until Monday. Prof. Carson, will first of the week. Hear the road tax speaker in your move his family to Roods within a and Social Euents. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hoagland, of community next week. Be ready to short time. lloonvlllc, Indiana, aro visiting rela-- i ask any question that may interest Attorney Otto Mnrtln returned you about the natter. lives at Clear Hun. from Owensboro Saturday night with case of influenza. Mr! Henry Stevens and small son, Press Evans, of Mcllenry, was ad a Dr E .W. Ford is in Florida on a business errand. Charles Joseph, of Beaver Bain, R. 3, judged a lunatic, In county court Mon Mrs. Martin, and tho baby took the day, and ordered committed to tho disease Monday, but all tho patients called on us Friday. aro doing nicely. Asylulu, at Hopklnsville. Charllo Crowe was In OwJudgo ensboro Tuesday. Tho Woman's Club will meet with Wado Baizo qualified In county Messrs. A. D. Kirk, Dlllis Ward G. Keown, tomorrow af"Bro., for Mrs. John land W. S. Tinsloy were In Frankfort court as Committee for Press Evans, Go to W. E. KLL1S and 2 o'clock. 32t4 ternoon at ail kinds of feeds. tho first of thoMveok, to appoar be- -' who was recently committed to thoj asylum. Evan's wifo is iioau out no foro the State Tax Commission. WashingMrs. Isaac Shown, of tho has three children ranging in ages for salo. Milk cows-fres- h ton neighborhood, Is in Owonsboro, Wo gratefully apprecluto tho faith- from live to twelve. C 11. CAHOBN, having her oyes treated. 34-- 1 Hartford, Ky. but fulness of our correspondents, Ksquiro Butler Rhoads .who had McKlnnoy, of Beaver want others in those sections of tho Mrs. S. P. in county where wo do not havo ono. threo sons and a Mr. John Carter and family, of Dam, was tho week end guest of her Franco, has rovelvcd a telegram anCentertown, have moved to sister, Mrs. R. B. Martin. If you had been owing your grocor nouncing his youngest son has aras long as you havo your publlshor rived at Camp Taylor, and will bo Attorney C. E. Commonwealth's wouldn't you expect him to stop your mustored out of service soon. liny For Sulo First class timothy. Smith went to Greenvlllo Monday to charge account unless you paid him? E. D. Cox, attend to some lqgal business. Mr. William Flcldorer, who has Hartford, Ky. 32t4 you have tho slightest suspicion been prescription clerk with tho Ohio If Mr. Cal P. Keown is In Owensboro, that your Incomo approaches tho County Drug Company for tho past Tho show hungry public will .bo Is employed on ono of the danger line of income tax, report to year, has resigned his position, and whoro ho at tho Star Theater entertained looso leaf tobacco warehouses. homo at tho Collector of Internal Revenuo returned to his former Louisville. Wo will miss him. before March 15. Tho Burns and tho Westerfleld toWiinUMlTo buy 1,000 pounds of bacco warehoiibcs hero nro For Kule Four Houses and Lots. Mrs. TIco Burns and Miss Ruth good popcorn. a largo quantity of tobacco. Litchfield went to Owensboro yes- Two Automobiles, ono fino young ALBERT RIAL. Hartford, Ky. terday, where they will bo tho Stallion, ono brood niaro. B years Onion sets and soed potatoes in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Burns old.f Or will exchango for farm land. Tho Star Theater will resume tho DR. L. B. BEAN, Address serial, "Tho Fighting Trail," Tuus-da- y both quality and quantity yes, at for sovcral days. Hartford, Ky. 35tf right prices too night. ACTON BROS. Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Carrollton, Capt. and Mrs. '.. II. Shults ure visited her Bister, Mrs. Itamey Duko, Miss Louia Phlpps, of Stlthton, Mr. William Otto, of Itosine, has last weak, and is spending this week, tho guests of Mrs. Shults' purents, 8Dont Sunday with nor mother, Mrs. Capt. sold his proporty to Mr. Newton wjth hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sandefur. J. It. Phlpps. Shults waa only recently discharged Daugherty, and will movo to Stuwart, at Select. from army service, and has not yet Itov. A. D. Litchfield will hold church Justus Miller, of Mcllenry, was decided upon a location for tho pracservices nt tho Methodist QOLDEN LEAF, highest grade,; given a lunacy hearing, In county tice of uLs profession. horo Sunduy. patent Flour $ 1.C0 par 24 pound bag, court Saturday, nnd was ordered comMr. and Mrs. Will Riley, who have only. mitted to the nsylum, at Hopkins-vlll- o Vuv Salo Good sideboard nnd blboon spending several weeks with W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for treatment. cycle. Call nfter 0 o'clock. Mrs. Illloy's parents, Mr. ami Mrs MRS. W. R. HBDRICK. load at Colum- Don't fail to get that bargain In Silo Taylor, ut Broonvlllo, woro horo Juit received a and tii Yiiiimn Chilled Turning and bus road wflgoaa. U In ntwd of a tlour m W. 13. ELLIS & HRO'S. ihe first of tho week. Mr. today Mrs. for )Now Ground Plows can't be boatgn. first c)Q8B road wagon cull on, Uot high patent, Golden Lqnf $11.-7- 5 Raly will lsava Greenville por barrol, LUTHER CUINN, 21 pound bag $1.50. Atlnta, GeorgJa, whore Mr. Riley bv Beavor Duin, Ky. only. ..ill acctpt a position. Roiutmber it's for W. B. ELLIS & BRO. j 6x9 Rugs for 9x1 2 Rugs for $8.50 $16.75 brl v'a WW "' iler's ano. rl m ' 1 V--ts. 7te-- w P ill ml w Ld . ms I$kxizi&Gb . - rTi n S 48ir spirit of the times. ' A. E.Anderson & Co., Chicago, make clothes that reflect the Order now. Hartford, Kentucky. Local Representative i - I. W. H. BAIZE, ' I ! J I Some Extra and Unusual Values That No One Can Afford to Miss in UGGIES Just received a large shipment, in both steel and rubber tires. These are veiy fashionable in general appearance. We have them in both wide and narrow beds. These are made by one of the very best factories in Kentucky, and each and every buggy is fully guaranteed against defective material or workmanship for one year. Now the factory stands behind eveiy buggy, and we do too, so you are perfectly safe in buying them. Writers at once for prices on the particular style you want or come and look them over carefully. They are set up son-in-la- w ready to hitch to. are gone. Act at once befoi.e they - cr Fordsvllle Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON,Manager 'FORDSVILLE, KY. iixjffx jssrzmamiTmv y v varaw vfapxvr?warBrxr: 'f.-T.."a'"j'- -- X KOAD TAX rillMMKlt. shoo trcos in them to preserve their shnpo, or stuff with tissue paper. Have heels built up as soon as they Pursuant to an order of tho Fiscal wear off, othcrwiso tho entire shoo Court, n voto will bo taken In nil tho cincuiT COURT. UEAVKR DAM. of summer heat. voting places in Ohio County, March soon gets out of shape. y Agricultural .Agent Ilarth, Judge It. W. Black, Owensboro. early-layin- g pullets. county, Ky., reports Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnne?. JlrockcnrltlKO A piece of velvet pasted inside of Mh, on tho question of a 20 cent Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Bnilth, iart- rulicLs supply eggs while hens are shoes will prevent wear on tho stock- road tax. Clerk It. W. King. of Ihnt n cooperative association ford. Police Judgo J. W. Cooper. formed to grind O molting. ings. Tho question is: Arc you In favor farmers has been f Kgg plontltudo nt season ,of high Marshal R. F. Slovens. tons of limestone nt a cost of Secuie buttons, fastening, etc, of better roads? Good roads will Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Is prices. garments before wear- not come by chance. Wo have tried Ma.it cr Couinilxhloncr Otto C. Alar $1.G0 per ton. This movement on ready-mad- e FORDSVIMiK. tin, Hartford Early pullctn that become broody ing. the result of the county agent's work that long enough. A voto for It is a Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonei votelTrus,0 Jury Fund Cat P. Keown, with a few demonstrations that have sooner, the following Bprlng. vote for better roads and a mt IMtKMCTS SHOKTAfiH J Hartford proved the valuo of limestone. Clerk Olla Cobb. against It is a vote for bad roads. OF HBKIt Y MAY Which aro YOU for? Tho problem for hog raisers to 1st Monday in March la days Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. May there not be a wnrnlng to to- solve is to combino dependable perCom'tli. and Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. Even this 20 rents will not solve g Nowyark, N. Y., Feb., 20. Predic- all our troubles, but it will help. bacco growers through tho county manent pastures with 1st Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOI, CALENDAR, In the fact that tho manufacturers temporary forago crops, in order to tion that the nation's beer supply Head tho questions and answers 1st Monday in July 12 days County Hoard of Education. arc hoping that a ver large crop will avoid periods when no green forago Would bo exhausted by Jlay 1 was below and dccldo for yourself whether Corn'th. and Civil. year, for tho reason is available. Tho profits from a sea- mado in a statement issued here to- you can afford to vote against tho 3d Monday In September 12 days ho planted this E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. that they want lower prices next win- son's grazing nro often sacrificed in night by Christian W. Felgenspen, tax. Civil. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart- a few weeks when hogs havo to bo president of the United States Brewter? Q. Whnt 1.; the nutposo of tho 4 th Monday in November 12 days ford. Ky. d maintained entirely on ers' Association,, announcing that tho special elec:l':n" Com'th. and Civil. Dlr. No W. Duff, Fordsvllle, brewers of this vicinity had agreed to The careful and proper handling ol commercial feeds. A To determine v nether proper Ky. secCOUNTY COURT. pool their supplies "to allow each ly manure in the dairy farming is help to work the roads of de Dlv. No, 3 H. L. Carter, Nnrrows. Sires lrotc Their Worth concern to stay In business as long as County. Meets first Monday in each month. Ky. ond only in consideration to that of I'liro-IIrdairymen and farmers, possible." Wisconsin Judges feed from the standpoint of not Q. Is there a road tax now collectMack Cook. Dlr. No 4 Robert Goff, Hoslne,. desirous of increasing their profits After adding that Now York, New ed? profits. County AU'y A. D. 'Kirk. Ky. adding still greater honors to Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Clerk W. C. Dlankenshlp. A. None except tho three cents Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, BeavAlfalfa on every farm In the South their already famous 'dairy State, nnd Connecticut would bo "beer dry" on the hundred, and all nt this goes Sheriff S. A. Uratchcr. er Dam, Ky. campaign by April 1, the statement continued: to tho State. Is a good slogan and the best of prac- have joined In a State-wid- e Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No.. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, to eliminate the scrub bull and use "With the country dry of beer by tice. CI. il w f.re the public road" nov Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Ky. sires. The record May 1 you can see what It will mean worked? only pure-bre- d Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Time of Meeting 1st Monday la county made last year in Urown for tho months of May and Juno .The Surveyor A. Ily tho road hands. C. 8. Moxley. Surface Limestone. February; 1st Monday In April; lit Association typifies tho mer- country will be on a straight whisky Q. If a i;ood ronl tix Is uitej, Coroner E. P. Rodgers. (Inland Farmer) Monday in June; 1st Monday In Aupure-bre- d bulls and illustrates basis. And in these days of unrest it how Is it to he expended? It. L. S., of Kentucky, writes as its of gust; 1st Monday In October; ltt FISCAL COURT. A. It will go back to the Magisfollows: "Will you please tell me If why farmers and dairymen will not is dangerous to havo steady beer Monday iii December. In this associa- drinkers switch to whisky. The re- terial District in which it was collectMeeta Tuesday after Dnt Monday surface limestone is suitable for tolerate the scrub. County Board of Examiners 1910 ed, and under tho order of the Fiscal In January, April and October. grinding and applying to land. Can tion 12 cows qualified for the register sults may surprise people." . S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sandc-fu- r, of Court, tho people of each district have 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, E. this rock be burned into lime? If so, of production. All burc-bre- these cows W. S. Hill. d sires, WKST VI KG I XI A were daughters of y how do you prepare tho kiln? I havo the right to say in what way tho mon-icRouto 3. TO SKTTLK DKIIT Jan. 24 and 25 Common school) for that district shall be spent. lots of this surface rock and would six of them being daughters of one District Sam L. Stevens. Beav Asdiploma examination. Hartford,. Q. Do tho town people help Keep like to use it if possible, as our "north sire. The five best herds In the er Dam. Charlestown, W. Va., Feb. 20. up sociation are headed by pure-bre- d the public roads now? land" needs lime. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. The House of Delegates of the West May, 9 and 10 Common school A. No. Under the present law ' Itii District O. W. Rowe. Center-tow- n. I Imagine that your surface rock sires, while the five poorest herds are all headed by grade or scrub sires. Virginia Legislature this afternoon they are not required to work or help! Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle . would be perfectly satisfactory for grinding or burning. Knock off a The herds of those farmers who used adopted a resolution, which already keep up tho roads. May 16 and 17 County teachers 5th District W. C. Daughcrty.Baizc- sires averaged S5 pounds had passed the Senate, providing for Q. If tho road tax is voted will piece about the size of a hickory nut pure-bre- d town, (White) Hartford. examination. using settlement of the Virginia debt on the they bo required to help keep up from a dozen rocks and send to me, more fat a cow than those tho 'nth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. May, 23 and 2 County teachers proposed by Randolph H. Har- roads? j Till District nnd I will test the purity of the rock grades or scrub3. Last year eight of basis B. F. Illce. Fordsvllle. . examination (colored) Hartford. pure-bre- d rison, of the Virginia Debt Conimls- purchased es, mc road tax win do levieii 'sib Distrlrt n n Itboades, Hart- a. It will require considerable coal to the members Juno, 20 nnd 21 County and ' upon town property, Jtiht as it will be burn lime for agricultural uses and at sires of known breeding to replace ford, Route C. examination (white) FordsThe terms of settlement, as pre- -, ,cv,BI upon I)mperty ,n ,ho country present price of coal, burning would their scrubs. vllle. SUIlied IU UiU l.t'lslillUiV lUlUUll 1J HARTFORD. Q. bo many times as expensive a& grindDo Banks, Telephone CompaJuno, 27 and 28 County and If you do not put back something to Harrison, were that West Virginia nies and other corporations now pay ing. The burned lime is not as Mayor J. E. Bean. state teachers' examination (colored) take the place of what you take ouc pay Virginia $1,000,000 in cash and road tax? either, as the ground limeClerk J. A. Howard. Hartford. of the hoil on jour farm, It will not $13,100,000 in 3Vi per cent bonds, stone for applying to land. A. No, but if the road tax Is voted j Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. July, Ohio County Institute, be long before ou will have nothing less fl.000,000 in bonds to be held in ttirt liinlc ntwl nil if riot Aititwiii(tnnii Marshal E. P. Casebier. Hartford. the West Virginia treasury against will pay the tax. to put back, or take out, cither. Experiments la Italy have shown Sept., 19 and 20 County nnd certain certificates of indebtedness Q. ROCKPORT. no Will persons who have that mechanical pressure applied imState teachers' examination, (white) Buieaus llue Heading Cliclos. which have been lost and never bad more than $250 in property value mediately after silo filling increased Farm Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson Hartford. Recent reports from the West Vir- been delivered by Virginia. have to pay the tax? the keeping quality of silage and imClerk Bushing Hunt. Sept. 26 nnd 27 County and State ginia extension senico Indicate that A. No. They can vote the tax proved its feeding value. By this Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. ' teachers' examination (colored) Hart system the air is largely" forced out any prejudice against "book farming" ;with no fear of having to pay, as $2."0 Marshal Will Langford. ford. every man's property Is exempt i of at once and it was found that it which exists is fast losing ground in FOR FLETCHER'S yielded a fodder whoso acid content that State where last year SO farmfrom taxation. f Q. If a man lists $1000 ot properwas 70 per cent lactic acid' and 20 perers' clubs w,t" a membership of more mm . uuuiuu m ty how much tax will he pay? cent acetic acid, proportions reversed lnan 1uu" Get the WISE MEX. SAYi.M.h OF montns to a uennaie sinuy of and Avoid In the usual methods of silo fillimr. A. $1.50, since $250 of that propThis prdfices a silage containing Icai some of the,r more 1Ifncult farm no selfish devotion erty Is evempt. There should be Q. Is there a road poll tax to be free acid and that does not have as problems at reading circles held regu to private interests. We are born Rf'T. B3 strong a smell. Until practical meth- larly throughout tho season. These not for ourselves only but for our levied with this tax? rfJ "f fcM tWrnl nJ Vmk y sjavi' tr f&t 21 A. No. The law calls for a propods of applying mechanical pressure winter reading circles are becoming kindred and fatherland. We owe dufully Succeed when everything tlse fails, erty tax only. nre discovered this would approve the more popular in the State and ties not only to thoso who have beneli ntrvouj prostration nr.d ftmale Q. voting Are other counties ndvico so often given, tramp and pack 1(10 clubs with a membership of at fitted but those who have wronged us. they ate the mpntnr are pursuing road tnxes or road bonds? the cut corn as thoroughly as possi- least 2,500 farmers encuy, ut tnousinca Have tevtlCed. some one of the seeral reading Wo should render to all their due; , A. Yes. Tho road tax Is b"lng ble. fOR KiDNEY, LIVER AND courses offered by the State extension and justice Is due to even the lowest voted on in several counties in this GOOD i l UIYIACM YKCJUliLU department this year. The county of mankind. Cicero. State. The man who says the silo is imt 13 the bcit medicine ever sold agents are very active in this work, Q. Will this road tax money be over a druggb '3 counter. practical simply takes the ground Do the best you can where you are organizing farm bureaus and" local ' ' "tf i' ir Secured or Your Money Back spent in this County? that waste shall not lie arrested. yon take the Drmtphou Training, the community clubs and stimulating and when this is accomplished God A. Yes. Every dime of it will be training tbnt lmilnrm mi"u iidorn Yon will open a door to a higher sphere, spent among Every farm should have a business greater interest in tho reading circles the people for teams nnd can tnknltatcoMveor ;; vmlt Writo tiwjdu I Beecher. imu'uito.vs I'uirriGAL ihsi.vk.sn tolllof in their localities. Subjects such as road hands. This gives the people office. If it Is no more than part of a luiuD, kr LEXIKETOH, KL DUGS DHIVERSfHT of each Magisterial District a chance desk. Hero should be kept all records, oil fertility, farm crops, animal husis no other conceivable priThere j bandry, horticulture, and farm manIk. uJ Sarcmar U W3Vir R. Soiti Sailxu C&se to work for and get back the monej accounts, orders and refeience books. vation to be compared with an ignorBuilneu, Short Hind, Tjpe Writing and Tclesnphr agement aro being studied. r I they paid out as taxes. ance of our Creator. Mann. Thli ol I and injluentlal Colic c enn do muih for Q. Why should every farmer vote Sudan (ir.iss Silage. rrmtttaufroJtenJtovtrt emrln a ktjk wlanet tills road tax? The past sea 1011,000 I'KESt'RH'TlONS Hoard's Dairyman: To live long it is necessary fb live for !i!ilorw iHploioA inardcJ vi:i:i: iskkouk I A. It means better schools; son we sowed six acres to Sudan grass it PVjJi&CV rrmurttt Onunofor liov bltlal E E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE "10" was discovered slowly. Cicero. ThouMfitN l.uiilumrntt of tufvPMtfnl means a bettor market; a higher and tried a new experiment In makpruiluttr. Jlwinanytlmft, And Fitting of Glasses price for everything the farmer sells, DCPAnniKVT l'Olt I.ADIKS.nn.Wlrm.nt!-ing silage of it. It was largely fed to ' rliion of ifly rriocliMil. JlO U11 fttteadtn tkW God gives all things to industry. J. C. Mcndcnluill, Evansville, lnd., In tho face of these farts, who can beef cattle but we keep two horses at birit hotuv. lur particular. 0WENSB0H0. KY. f4Itii. Cl SMITH - LEXINGTON,Urt. TmTJiL0 spent 40 years in tho drug business, Franklin. WILBUR R. KY afford to vote against this tax? that bran and you see thoso horses . go after It. I am wondering if any- compounded over 100, OOi) prescripIt is well to thing well; It Is divino WIIIIN Till: COUNTRY GOES DRY one has had much experience witn tions trom physicianstuducuted in Europe and America before "Number 40 to act well. Young. It in the silo. Wo are so well satisTHE (Some new orders of tho day,1 fied we expect to fill two silos with it For The Blood" was discovered: the SEWINC Tho world exists for the education "I-mo h.ive a Holbteln highball." speeilic for all blood disease and feed it to thirty head of horses gieat MA of eaeli man. Emerson, "Mix 1110 up a milk-shak- e, sonny." we Keep on tho place. It is a very Successfully employed in diseases of a OF w "Threo bran crackers nnd a little system, in blood poison cheap crop to grow and tutting with the glandular QUALITY.") It is the belief of mankind that wo milk on the hide." a grain binder it is very easily and mercurial and lead poisoning, chronic ahull all live forever. This Is not "Hero waiter hriiiK 1110 a pure quickly handled. Am passing this rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, doctrine of Christianity ulnno; Jorsey Hip." nlong la hopes of hearing from others hepatic congestions, dyspepsia and the NOT tho Greeks and Koiuans believed it "One pedigree cocktail, please who may havo had experience with .stomach tumbles, sores, ulcers, nodes, SOLD long bofore Chtist. The idea of Im- threo parts cream to one part milk " tumors nnd scrofulous swellings that it. C. E. F. UN,DER "A portion of cheeho make it havo withstood all other treatment morality is born In us, and the highANY er wo ndvanco in wisdom, goodness Rood and strong." yield to "No. 40." OTHER Good Returns 1'ioiu Testing. piety tho larger the place it holds and "Havo n glass of milk with mo, old NAME. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Testing seed corn for germination Feel rie;ht nil the time. Don't lay oft In our experience and inward life. top." o is the least expensive method of indays by taking calome from work for Parker. "Oh, coma on Just ono more when pleasant keeps yoi j WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. creasing tho yield of corn per acre GET I'l'LL VALUE IX CLOTHES. drink of milk before we go homo" on your feet, whilorclievingyourtroub ' If you purelmso tho NUW lioMK you will Without seed testing, all other DAItIC REACHES HIGH LIMIT. le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Dont means of increasing tho yield will Sponging, cleaning, and pressing tako anything else. You can't nffor. havo n life nwot at tho price you pay, uud will not have an end less chnlu of repairs. fall short of what thoy should ac- will inako wearable many a garment it. Eiiminnto.3 poisons, cleanses By OH K"v Tlw nnntiulininW, HJM l.li -- V. ..l, : It UK .Mill Ill' tern and relieves constipation. A nat complish. now discarded as too shabby, sug- highest prico over realized for dark Quality ural remedy, natural in its actions, surf The testing of corn is not dif- gest tho extension workers, of tho tobacco wns paid to the farmers of in its cITecc nnd certain in results. It by any of tho ,iipioed methods.Cpnsiderci' ficult of Agriculture. It is not n tho (iieen lllver district In Owenslioro won't bo lone: before Liv- - Ve Lax wiL The time upent la testing seed corn bad idea to estimate Just how much today. There was a sale of completely displace calomel in ever it is the Is HkrJy to bo paid for at the time money value there is in an extra pounds of pryor nt un avcrago nome.i lyimuren can iuko it ireciy a in of with perfect aafety. Every bottlo KUur Cheapest ot plHiitir.i; and Is "3r ,ijn to be paid month's wear of a suit, coat or dress $17. 'JO. This was tho highest averanteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non The following points, If followed, age ever mado on so great an amount for muuvt- Id at hurvtet genuine without the likeness and signan the end ( orn hat appeirs to oe sound does will help to extend the length of wea. ture of L, K, Grimsby. For edlu by of the weed. Pryor went as high , to buy. m S ft aluai gormnwio If no test is of dresses and other garments: . H. WILLIAAI8. as $50.00 today. TI10 highest prleo Uartlor Ki Sponging with hot vinegar will ever paid In Kentucky for dark made, considerable quantities of H .ou want a sowing machine, write fori oar lateit citfaloguo before you purcliukc. Bound appearing corn Is likely to bo make tho "hiny part" of any garTho tobacco was owned by planted only to rot In tho ground. If ment less noticeable. Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Masd J. A. Towery, of lleech Grove, McWILL YOU ! Steaming a velvet hat which has Lean county. tested, this corn would not bo planted and w mid serve all tho purposes of lost its freshness over u tea kettlo TAKE good d will greatly improve its appearance. Nothing so endangors tho lincness r A field planted to test'd seed corn When not in use hang garments of tho human heart as tho possession A Safe, requires llttlo or no replanting. All outside, well brushed, on suitable of power over others; nothing so corRemedy for Worms plants have an even start and develop hangers, away from dust. rodes It as tho callous or cruel ex A Trealrr.cni evenly to a fuller jield than whore Cotton covers put over tha gar- ercise of that power, and tho more hevcnlj flr icarV ronUriu-o(or WEAK uo it the Imp! tffctlimmtat ments on hangar will proseno the helpless the creature over whom powotuntod replants ate prosont. nUA'riW.UMUUiU.iuuotfer jTl )Oll. m froelmuM of waists, dressus, and coau er is cruelly exorcised, the more the ll TiB hEMGHKvtXu "v? LUNGS 01 Vi Ir Bv Tm J H I twit a Initio alMa) "H luint. It Will lit tp kit till llttlo MV Early Hutdi Catches The C.ili. worn only occasion)). FOR PERSONAL HYGIEIIS human heart is corroded. liuPCjauiJ tli. GOHSUMPTION Distclved In water for douche top JV, u bttln at your time Early hutching means: Woor pructiuablu wash apron l GUI' or huiv; or If pelvic caUrrh, ulceration and inflamroad tixsuecoss is apt to ho u Mora eliiek raised. "Tho our ritalcr run't uiily )uu while at work. mation Recommended Ly Lydia E. mtu uii't J5V. In nUiiif wtitl hi Less trouble from lico nnd dUwute. Hove nlacli)thM for tho children. long, hard ono, my hoy," uu a IxHUe aiM HiU on J Pinliham Med. Co. for ten yeurt. ' rougbt, la chetl. niclit Sttejt', hemor no short cuts, father?" A iiealintr wonder for narnl cntarrli. A longer growing souun. "AruMhero dajvumU will weer longer if iu)U rain rliatc. wt'Jk luDtt or ronsunipuoa. 11 11 cot E. & S. FREY toro tliroai nnd tore ye Economical. 1) inter urown ohlokg. "Van, my sou. Our peultentiurlM that luive ltti'deet wir nro ruinfureeil (J not blip you it co.ti you natUiif. Hi iti.iyduiy jlcaamia ami siuctiil pewtr. 1 I BALTIMORE MD. llfgfcur tyrlwte for eookrl Unities. while now. aro full of man who look tht ihort Locc Box ete OHIO MEDICAL CO, V n ktr.J. Th.PUflToiIiCnnniiy.l(.in.MM. COLUMDUS Ulriiiitiglirun hilo bhooe are not in use keep cuts OhitiHf uiaturu 'enough to stand FARM DEPARTMENT. Well-mature- d, DIRECTORY Us heavy-yieldin- high-price- 20. Cow-Testi- I id 1 1 State-tcachcr- s' 7-- 11 ,r "iers Children Cry CASTO R J Genuimvf5'Pv Liecnaric ss csas? Ik R OSITgO'N r ww filled DR. J. H.THORPE1 3 . USE Li V-VER- -LA NEW For Lazy Liver andt the Troubles of Constipation. HOME ,: X - - Mothers use - nt VrsM fr&il VerMfuge u f. 1 M "tlf?!14 ft HKM' lrsM.L.U I OUR, Every Woman Vnnts' tl I treiii-r.i- 11 FOR ONE MONTH Ap-IUral- URGE STANLEY TO TAKE SEAT MARCH 4 Friends Dubious Of G. O. P. Rule If Governor Postpones Oath. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. -- ) -- ? -? A SAI.R. or not Gov, Sennlcy has decided upon Ohio Circuit Court. iKyflS tha date ot tho relinquishment ot the AVMM.ihkIViMriition6rAJ J. W. Martin, Plaintiff. wccutlvo chair for tho legislative bvRrfuU' Vs. -- Notice of Sale. scat, ho has begun preparations to L. R. Arbuckle, et al Defendants. 1X1" w I' t'nflwcStccaSAndBawjsrfj By virtuo of a Judgment nnd or-leave tliu mansion, and household efof sale directed to me in tho above fects tiro being packed for shipment. styled action, from tho Ohio Circuit Tho Governor will go to WashingCourt, for tho purpose of satisfying Thereby PromoUn Digestion ton as soon as polb'c after the final tho Judgment of tho plaintiff against Cheerfulness ana KcsLwiu"" I have been taxing my eyes heavily adjournment of the State Textbook nolihpp fmltim.Morplune nor Maximilian Harden says tho Kai- the defendants in tho sum of $1,150.-0Commission, and it Is probaOle that ot late and they look swollen and ser was a mero tool in the war. Ho cent with interest thereon at 6 per Mineral. NotNaticotic per annum from January 16, while there or upon h'i Kuril ho In flu mod. What should I do for might have added that the crown 1914, until paid, credited by $230.35. jiofpTJmDcsx'aurmm i ' I. thorn? Phoned!'. paid March 14. 191G; $100.00, paid will nnnouno hU dntfrinln.ui in prince was a sort of monkey-wrencJKnplmS What you need to do most of all is 111 in 21, 1917, and $225.00 paid Decembor AtiStlht Some of his friends uro urging Chicago News. HfciV 10, 1918, and tho costs of the Do not kcqp up the work March to be sworn in as Senator .March 4, to rest. Mtttbrd 3ES" styled action nnd the costs of above ruu at which time tho present Congress J"" nuvu "vv" uo,"K ,,r "" wm per- Kaiser's backer are quitting him this snle, I will offer for sale at pub-H- e itnn JW outcry to tho highest and best ndlouriiH and the term of .Senator 1110 nK 01 injuring your cycsigni rt von by von. Wall Street Journal. CfswrieifSitpir I mailClltly, If the rest doer, not ban- ".A.MMV0 fllXXt l bidder at the court house door In r.onrcn Mnrlln i.inls Tlmlr ,hftl nIocly condition you should Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday. J A fiptnfiilRcmcclyfcf that thn Itepubllcan Senate, which How would It do to set the Knlsor March 3rd, 1919, at about tho hour I . o3 .li ar . k, will sit nt tho next session or any hupplcmeiit thn res' with this lotion Constipation and Diarrhoea, 8 T being tho to five droju tpplled with an adrift in n dory nnd guarantee him ot one o'clock p. m.. It March term Jlrpt day of the regular i cMraordlnnry M'sslnu which may In- three nmt Fevcrbhness and tho freedom ot the seas? New York t T.....npir.rp ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, on a credit tervene, might declare his seat va- rye-di- - pper. Telegraph. - 'rcsullin$lhfrSIIli5l'nfancy: HO grams (M tiled water.. , of six months, the following described cant on some technicality, as the Sen' fi gram real estate, or a sufficiency thereof k:v? , 51? ot ate is Judge of the (luallllcatlons ot 'J11 nru seed mucilage Facsimile Si gnaterr Holland couldn't escape the horrors to mnke tho plaintiff's debt, Inter '.Miler of cherry laurel raiiH its own members. est nnd cost, Three tracts Wc&tA 0Hrc' one half gram ot war. Wllhelm is now there. of land lying and being in Ohio counOn the other hand, tho term of linrnx Hrooklyn Kagle. UZiti ty Kentucky, and bounded as folDlluto with thrco times the tnn-titf- - J TiinCESTM"CoMPVNV'' rj Nnt II. Sewell on the Workmen's Comlows: of water. I S pensation Hoard expires In April and Germany's greatest work of art is 1st trrct Beginning at a stono at -i a tho term of Hen I). Ilingo on the State L. L. Leach's corner on the cast side that final "bust" of the Kalbur. UKMiVV. NOT sv.w. of Plncheco and Roslno road; thence Tm Commission expires in July. In Brooklyn Kagle. villi said road W. 5GV poles to a post that mouth, or later, too, the Govern oak; thenco S. 2S W. 85 poles to A. Uy Saint llrlce, or will have a third member ot the President Wilson beat the Kaiser K. Saiulefur's road; thence with his Foreign Keillor Of I.o Journal. Tax Commission to appoint, as the K. 51 poles to a stono; road S. 72 to Paris after all. Lou ell Courier-CitizeExact Copy of Wrapper. THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITT. thenco with His line S. 88 & E. 75 Auditor will cease to bo a member ot j poles to a stone In Luther Leach's Paris, Fob. Tho league of nations the commission with the end of the line; thence with his lino N. 5 W. Is nothing now. Thero was for Inpresent administration. Tho truth ot the matter is God lias 30 pedes to a stono set one polo nnd a, stance the holy alliance. Analogies never been with Wllhelm and Wll- 21 links N. 77 W. from a sugar conference, and helm Is never going W. C4 poles to Is ordered that the question of voting thence A child that has Intestinal worms but ween the, historic to be with God. tree;beginning.N. 28 In any way restrict or Impair the exContaining 50 acres, present Paris congress are It will bo un intirely different lineup. the is hamlicajiped In Its growth. A few and the more or less. This being the same a tax ot the sum of Twenty (20) penditure of other lawful funds In peridoses of White's Cream Vermifuge not lacking both as regards the Houston Post. land conveyed by Leach to Arbuckle cents on tho Ono Hundred ($100.00) each respective Magisterial District, recorded in deed book 42, page 551. Dollars worth of all property subject for said purpose, Just as funds are destroys and expels worms; the child odic gatherings planned under both y law to local taxation, under Section now and have heretofore been used, immediately improves and thrives osteins nnd their general conception. The Kaiser's case proves that No- Ohio County Clerk's office. 2nd tract A tract ot land situat- 157 a. The idea in 1819 was to assure body has monopoly on wonderfully. of the Constitution, for tho so far as such funds may be necesPrice ISOc. per bottle. the Lord. ed on tho head waters ot Indinn Camp eternal peace and happiness to nil Atchison Mall. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in Creok In Ohio County, Kentucky, and Improvement and construction ot the sary and available and in the manner peoples. Principles expounded by Beginning at public roads and bridges of the coun- provided by law, and that a moro ada-quu-tc bounded as follows: Kmperor Alexander reappear In thn ItKAl'TY QI'KSTIOXS. Big Hill Hohenzollern now realizes two hickories. John M. Stewart's ty, bo submitted to the voters of Ohio and effective method of workfarm; thence N. 19 E. 155 poles to a idenllstlc plan of President Wilson more clearly than ever what n mis-lak- e stone in Nathan Keown's line; thence County. Said tax to be levied each ing tho roads bo put in operation i .1 .i. '" .. '""'" .......i..i ......... " " something l"u,,M' Can you recommend he made when he picked on with Keown's line S. Gl E. 64 poles year for live consectutive years im- than is now in effect. "-- ' "" " with which I can Hhampoo mv hair? I quiet, peaceable Wood Wilson. An to a stone; thonce N. 59 E. 6 poles to mediately following said election. Ayes and nays being called for, reI'rojects-t- ho league of nations a poplar, walnut, sycamoro and hick The taxes to be collected and account do not like to use soap because that sulted as follows: B. F, Rice, Yes; ory, another corner of John M. Stew- aconda Standard. -- .. I'tr1B .... .IpvI.... ..,,,1 .Lnu ,.! .... .h " " amaiitu u ,, art, tlfbnce S. 10V- - W. 190 poles to ed for by tho Sheriff, at the same time W. C. Dougherty, Yes; G. W. Rowe, .1 ......f. D 1) ...n... v..v ,.11 ,..v ... t iiUf, 111 iiiu uisuuvmiuiKi: uiHi. imi, mv: l O ttirill (ill the beginning, containing 75 acres, and In the same manner and by the Yes; Q. B. Brown, Yes; B. C. more or less. same process, that he collects taxes, Rhoads, Yes; Sam L. Stevens, Yes; For a cleansing and soothing scalp jsc,,omo' FOR fLETCHtR'S f 3rd tract A tract of land adjoin- and an election is hereby ordered to Ed Shown, absent and W. S. Dean, abwail. I know of nothing butter than ! T1,e 'N"' ing tract No. 2, beginning at a white ,,ol" nll,anco wanled t0 ,ns,,ro 1 thl - Steep a pound of rosemary twig oak, near the Cromwell road; thonce bo held throughout Ohio County, in sent. Motion carried and so order- order. 'l-'aIt " in bpillng water. Let them remain 1th,0 with same S. 4G. W. 17 poles to a 11 tho voting precincts therein, on the ed. Tho Doctor coughed gravely. in tho wat'cV for twelve hours. Strain trloU dur,nK tho li'Vuyear to r.cal-- ri white oak on said road; thenco with Sth., day ot March, 1919, upon the MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. v Program. It did not besilate ,.. "I am sorry to tell you," he .said, name 24 ?i W. i 12 polos to a stone proposition iin.n.r n,i ,1,1,1 I,, it ... i.nir of whether or not a -- v to act. about S feet N. E. of tho small per property tax of Twenty (20) cents State ot Kentucky,) looking down nt tho man In the bed, of Jamaica rum. )Sct. The authors of tho present pact are "that thero is no doubt ou are suf- simmon marked as a pointer; thence on each One Hundred ($100.00) DojJ N. GS W. 25 poles to a stono; thence County of Ohio. ) f Wm tO IllipOSO llOll the aSSO- - fering from small-pox,.,.. n.l i lw M.nrn nv nt rM.lln.. X. 71 E. to tho beginning, containing lars worth of property in Ohio CounI, W. C. Blnnkenship, Clerk of tfio pledge act. Head of 3 acres morn r .h.. ....ii'ttn,, r m.. i.. elates X. the contains to the whole Ar - The patient turned on his pillow land convejedorbyless. J.Being same ty, shall bo levied for flvo (5) con- Ohio County Court, do certify that fuJ. Stewart to secutive years next Immediately folIt and looked up at his wife. 4 tlclo mortify me so terribly? A. M. tho foregoing, is a truo copy .1 recorded .!..!.. ..P minims, 11M...4 l ...!...... l.rlstl-ll- k "..at 'Julia." ho said. In a faint voice, said Arbuckle and597, Ohio in deed lowing said election, Including tin ordor of the Ohio County of tho on Mm I""1- "l l"" """"i lliislirlitlv. hnlra book County 43. page Fiscal ,l,,L's ll 8ay? hxaMy iMa: "Whon n "If any ot my creditors call, toll them Court Clerk's olllce. year 1919, for the purpose ot iinprov Court, calling an election, upon a chin can often be removed by mas - ' a Involved, wo that at last I am lit a position to give Tho purchaser will be required to ing, and constructing, either or both, Twenty (20) Cent snglng tho skin around' them with fe,,,,riU!o" P'l""lple-tRoad Tax, as apw, seu hal 'all,0-execute bond Immediately after sale them something." fold cream or with olive oil. Then ! ' with security to bo approved by the tho roads and bridges of tho County. pears of record, in Flspal Cuort Orsterilise 11 pair of tweezers by holding' Wo wcU nicmber another J.act of Said election to be advertised, held der Book, No. 3, pages C1G and 617. Commissioner, said bond bearing inWhen ou havo Backacho tho liver terest at the rato of G per cent per and conducted in tho manner and acthem in boiling water or dipping them that k,mL II w,,s ca,k'1 tho Trl,1 Given under my hand, this 2Gth sure uuiuumuu paid, due into neroxl.lu of livdriicnn nn.l null a. " .... Known or kidneys are does to bo out of gear. annum from date untiland having and cording to tho several provisions and day of January, 1919. .. .. wen . Try Sanol, It wonders for the payable in six mouths the out the hairs ono by one with short, no (leuiiiio iuenge. 11 is W. C. BLANKENSHtP, liver, kidneys and bladder A trial forco and effect of a judgment, and a requirements of tho laws ot the Comsharp Jerks, llatho tho skin from what happoned. 50c bottlo will convince you. Get it Hon will bo retained on tho Innd sold monwealth of Kentucky, now in forco Clerk Ohio County Court. In Same Old 1'iitlis. 46-at tho drug storo which they havo been removed with as additional security for the pay- governing such elections and under Pursuant to the foregoing order. Let us simply remark that wo are ment of said bond. homo healing lotion or anoint it with the general election laws of the Com and by virture of tho power vested, Given under my hand as Master LITC1IKII.LI) KXTKKTAIXEI). cold cream to relievo the irritation. returning to tho same old wanderings Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit monwealth of Kentucky, where same in me as sheriff of Ohio County, and it is a matter ot time before GerCourt, this the 11th day ot Feb- relate and apply to elections held to Kentucky, I hereby cause tho aforeHattie and I wore invited to meet ruary, 1919. Please recommend a thoroughly many will bo strong again and Kurope determine the abovo question, and no said order to be published as required upset. Wo nro not much surprised. the Itev. A. I). Litchfield and wiro and OTTO C. MAUTIN. .good hair tonic. Myrtle. amount of money, in excess of tho by law, and further direct and shall Master Commissioner. This, which is my fuvorlto hair-toni- c, How cun tho powers pledgo them- take supper with them at Mr. and 33t3 amount that can be raised by the levy cause tho various officers whose doiy X. T. Howard, Attorney. has tho approval ot tho fore- selves to Intorvcno "some day" when Mrs. Ithea Armstrong's on last Satin nny ono year shall be expendeVl In it is, to open a poll in each of tho vottoday, with allusion (ideals?) still urday ovening. Mr. Armstrong was most experts In this country: that year. ing places within the county ot Ohio TAFFY. step action? at home and. ho is tho prince of Sulphate ot qulnlno 30 grains fresh, they sido S. A. Iiratcher, Sheriff ot Ohio on Saturday tho 8th day ot March. I am not exaggerating things. One and a truo Southern enter1 ounco Tincture ot cnntharldus. Farmers are very busy stripping County, Ky., is hereby appointed, or- 1919, to take the senso of tha qualitainer, and it goes without say- - tobacco. The weed is bringing very 1 . Glyccrlno ounco membor of tho Boclety in in danger dered and directed to advertise the fied voters upon tho question as. sot la defend- Powdered born in pmlna Poland. That nation still satisfactory prices, and most every tlmo and purpose ot tho election and out in the abovo and foregoing men'--' . 'nK itnolf against lloshovik. Are utho amount ot taxes to Alrhnhol nlnf a ........ one Is proparlug for a big crop tuta be levied oach tioned order. Wo uavo 2 nlnts wo flying to her rescue? Water year. year and tho numbor of years for "Witness my hand, this tho 27th catcKrl-'alldeclared that wo do not Dissolve tho quinine in tho alco- Thero nro several cases of the flu which it is to bo levied and collected day ot January, 1919. K u aBa'nst" thos hoi and the borax in tho water. Add'want "t0 rub ' Nin tho neighborhood. as aforesaid, in tho newspaper pubS. A. BRATCIIER, lows, tho Uolshavlkl. the othor ingredients. Allow tho Dr. Duff, and Dr. Thorp, ot Owens- - lished In Ohio Comity, having tho Sheriff, Ohio County. There is another illustration. Sermixturo to stand for ono week ami boro, wore called to see Mrs. Ira largest circulation for thirty (30) bia asks that her differences with Itathen filtor. Moseloy, Monday, who is suffering days beforo tho said elections and tho ly bo scttle4 by arbitration. At all with lior eye, duo to tho elTccts ot the said Sheriff will cause a poll to bo No mattor how many times a day I tho tragic moments in its history, in flu. Sho will bo taken to tho hos- opened in each and all tho precincts wash my face, it is always unpleasunt-l- y 1913, on tho evo ot the Bulgarian pital as soon as possible. in und throughout Ohio County, on in 1914, betoro and utter tho greasy. How can this bo remedin the named date, as tho law in such Mr. V. II. Perdue visited at Austrian ultimatum; in 1915, whon ed? M. T. Y. cases directs, nnd ho may advertise and Sunnydalo, last week. Bathing tho face with a mild so- tho Bulgarian planned and carried Honda Gaylo Park, tho old said election by having a certified out another act ot treachery this lution of borax water will help dry son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Park, died copy of this order published, as abovo WEBSTERS superfluous oil. Hollot for this un- little nation appealed to impartial In Sunday morning at 3 o'clock and was directed, and W. C. Illankenshlp, justice. pleasant condition will also bo found YOUR laid to rest in Clear Run burying Clerk ot tho Ohio County Court, is Tho society ot nations has a fine in this lotion: ground Sunday afternoon. Ho is ordered and directed to furnish said opportunity to provo Its desire to bo Sulphato ot Zinc 2 grains DICTIONARIES arc in use by busisurvived by his paronts, two sisters Sheriff with a certified copy of this something in ore than a society ot 1 ounco ness men, engineers, bankers, Distilled water anil four brothers, llov. Chapman order, as it appears upon tho Order Work-sho- p words. Strains result held a judges, architects, physicians, Compound tincture ot short burial service. Tho lit- Rook, in tlmo for said publication. farmers, teachers, librarians, clerR lavender minims in Heart Trouble when you tlo follow was a genorous, warm gymen, by guccessful men and The said Sheriff and County Clerk AXOTHKIt llltANOII women the world over. hearted playmate and will be missed are further ordorcd and directed to least expect it. My figure is very good, but I havo by all the community. do nnd perform each and everything Are You Equipped to Win? At a negro Mothodlst revival, tho a fat double chin that makes ma look Miss Cova Kirk Is ablo to be out required under the laws of tho ComThe New International provides liko an old woman. How can I get minister asked all who belonged to again. monwealth ot Kentucky, In advertisthe means to success. It is on tho army of tho Lord to stand up. A M. M. It off? teacher, a universal quesing nnd conducting such election and Klthor cologno, nlchohol, glycorino stranger on tho front bench arose. tion answerer. in tho preservation ot tho ballots and "Uruddor, do you bolong to do arIf you seek efficiency and adand wator or tincture of benzoin Is a tho canvassing and certification ot tho vancement why not makodally good astringent to aid in tho reduc- my ob do Lord?" votes and said election is directed to use of this vast fund of inform"Yes, sah," said tho stranger. "I tion of a double chin.' Or you might be held in nil respects as required by ation? For Infants and Children belongs to tho Daptist nrmy." try a daily application ot tho follow400,000 Vocabulary Tcrma. 2700Pufte. tOOU illustration!. Colored 1'l.icea. In Use For Over Years law governing such elections. senso "Oh pshaw, nigger!" said tho mining: 30.000 Ceojraphlcal Subject. U,000 It is ordered that it is tho Always beats Ulographlcul fcntxtea. 100 grama ister "You don't belong to do army, Lanolin of this court, in tho event said electhe Rt(ular and EJUioca. ,6 grams you bolongs to the navy I" Lodlde ot potassium. Signature of tion results in favor ot the levy and Wrltefurapoo- lo unce Tlncturo of bonzoin collection of such tax, as aforesaid, 1mm paseo, NATUKAL MISTAKE. illuatrutiuM. is a Tonic and Regulator tho money thereby derived shall bo so etc Free, a How can I make my thin, straggly wt ot l'ockct Fiscal Court Calls used and apportioned, as that in each Mjp U you "Is this a Junglo scene?" asked tho for the Weakened Heart C. oyolashos grow long nnd thick? Magisterial District of tho county uuinu this Road Tax Election thero shall bo used the sum derived, slightly intoxicated gentleman In a paper, F. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS "C.&C. In tho first placo you must keep movie show. as aforesaid, in such district, for imMERRIAM M "No." replied his friend. "You MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ,your eyes cool und clean by washing Ohio County Fiscal Court, Regular proving and constructing either or Q CO, thorn morning and ovonlng In nn eye- - nro looking at the picture through tha Term, January 23rd, 1919. Springfield, ton. both, tho roads and bridges thorein, cup filled with a solution of boraclc ' foliage on a woman's hat." On motion ot Esq. Q. D. Drown, it from said tax, though this shall not ZrmSJr?Z hi lil ill ad or Whether Tin: KAISKR. ncld mado by adding a teaspoonful ot pulverized horaclc ncld to n pint of uniThe Kaiser with his 500-od- d water. Tour the boiling water ovor tho ncld and strain it. To make the forms seems to bo nil dressed up with eyelashes grow dip n soft brush or no placo to go. New York Telegraph. cloth Into lnnolln and touch the edges If William had tried half an hard of tho lids with It. Hcpcat this evto commit suicide as ho endeavored ery night beforo retiring. to conquer tho world ho would have My forehead Is extremely high and had ono miccess to ills credit. Inbald looking. How can I coax my dianapolis News. hair to grow down over 117 Estllle. It is an extremely cany matter to Tho former Kaiser says ho has coax the hair to grow low upon tho "some friends in America stilt." It forehead if you will remember to Is to be remarked that they nro very still. 03hkosh Northwestern. brush the hair straight backwnrd ot to tho sides. In this way The Dutch proposal to put tho Kal tho hair will gradually extend its growth until it comes quite low on the S2r on an Island will be all right it tho forehead, which Is considered by soms island is in tho tropics, and inhabited by mosquitoes and cooties and a vol n most desirable mark of beauty. cano. Hrooklyn Kagle. Ing that a most cnjoyablo ovening was spent. A delicious ropaat sorv-c- d, with music to cnlivon tho occasion, llrothcr Litchfield delivered two very fine sermons 8unday and sang bass In tho quartette "Dear Jesus I love Thco." Ho has a strong, deep, appealing volco as a soloist which was proven at night. Ho complimented tho choir and waa very much pleased with our pretty littlo city nnd Its people. Mrs. Grlnnelt In Grayson Gazette. mm t' ft :tf$& mmviiit fct 0flVt-sXttVvl-- r! WlWIii Contents ISFluid Prachnifl CASTORIA For Infants and Children. mi a bCJ5.S n 7si b niil Jilt j ili 3 ??)? :rs. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Of MASTKIt COMMINSIONKK'S tern Always Bears the 0, m 'Jvl 1- Signature of y. ilre r 1 h. I t JiV In n 1 I Use 1 to-w- un: For Over pit M$S23g&m NEWJti- Thirty Years CASTORIA n. V -.. m" '"" '- I n Children Cry CAS T.O R A ." '' .r i.i, I "' I I I ..... ... ". - uu yr hos-pltall- ty ... . ! - k; Earl-luglo- 12-ye- ar WATCH 3 lvj nEART! New International F o .... Jiffia Tffi os CASTORIA 30 CAay$f&rffo IodU-Pip- Dodge Brothers MOTORCAR The Government selected Dodge Brothers Motor Car for its obvious fitness. It was the only car of its type and class approved and adopted by the War Department for the United States Army. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car. b r fcfe m V PL' 5f m ittrt mlUt per &!! ittrt mllfi $n torn us. rr ', The gasoline consumption is unusually low. The tire milage is unusually high. rw You're getting a June Style in a February Maxwell MAXWELL car of today is so vastly in appearance that many persons we have produced a. new model. That is not the case. It is the same chassis, scarcely with a change, on which 300,000 Maxwells have been built But it is a better looking car. Jt is finer in finish; angular lines have been straightened out; te, V t. , J. F. CASEBIER & COMPANY, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. THE '' ip z n r v iJ i HE M&mM&m$miWjM&z?zsa League of Nations liipo dream, the i IH'KKIIL'KST. two little st?tps that voteil for him Mr Lee Miller, of .Magan, and Mr for president in 1912 orter apologize CHy. I. D. Claire.) and Mrs Kstcs Hudson, wero guest--- ' to the country for doin' it Truly Fulkerson was granted a 'Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Miller. i. from her husband, James The rural carriers all very patri-- , There is not a caso of Inllucnza l:i the Daviess circuit cuurt. otlcally refrained from workin Sat- - in this community at this time, Never again in writing James will she urday 'caiwe it w?s Washington's Mr. J. F. Smith left Sunday for Truly. lubecribt herself. Your, birthday. Nobody can head the rural Kronos, where ho will spend a few . lnys with Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Davis, rarriers lu a keepin' holidays. ' c Battle Nail, who never suf'l wl:op child is III of pneumonia. original betore, remarked to me Mrs Jesse The Republicans in congress air and llttlj yoftcrduy. "In the matter of i in' so strong for woman suffrage they daughter spent the first of the wuek . ItIi the girls, Mack Foglo coon. 'O wrin't nvnn linvn x Mann for speaker in Hartford, Mjth Mr. C'asebler's takin' his hecond growth." of the Iloine. 'mother. Work on the new road through Attar rendin' what Taft says agin' Verily, cvory dog has its day Only kora began Tuesday. She senators who air opposln' the two weeks ago 1 -a-.is Imastin' about roi: s.i,i:. about tin; I baskin' in the night-lighScclbach and Wattcrson while Tinu- ley was workin overtime doin' my Ono old registered poland-chin- a part in this old town, and hoar, bought from Win. Collins, this week Tins Is not only uaakin' In of. Carlisle, Ky., Fob. 12, litl Good n condition and good breeder tho Louisville lights, but was Frankfort, rite In tho home of "Old W. B. SMITH, Taylor," and didu't bring ae a drap. KKPTON. Ky. :it2 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG , to J well. fenders improved; bonnet simplified ; cowl made flush with the top line of the body; seats thickened by three inches; Circassian dash installed; gas tank slung in the rear, eta There are twenty-fou- r things done to make it more beautiful. We made the Maxwell simple to start with five years ago. Then we kept on making and making these cars all alike. We have now completed 300,000 of them. There is logic in doing one thing and doing it :ity-thfn- i i sults tell today. Maxwells have always been noted for their reliability. Now they will become noted for their beauty. And today we are in a position to give you a June style in a February Maxwell, which a year ago seemed quite out of the question on account of the war. Come and see the latest Maxwell. We have U followed that logic. And re- u i' & ?j fl -- ts If Vou Will Ciieck dry-as-du- st Ohio County Motor Company A. C. ACTON, Mgr. ;; HARTFORD. KV. ' Any of tlie Articles v- Pmilimof nrl - Vinlrxitr ciuvtr, itrliisalt 3rOU AVlll buy this year, and mail in to us we will send you a farm paper 12 mdnths ' wiuu iy. cjoso without charge: an Cveam Separators.. Wagons Buggies Cultivators . "A" Harrows Riding Plows Tractor Plows Walking Plows . Shovel Plows Corn Planters Binders Mowing Machines Hay Rakes Hay Bailers Grain Drills Lime Sowers Manure Spreaders Com Shelters Corn Crushers Gasoline Engines Stoves .. Disc Harrows Jt.YLI) knoij. Tho officers hero is keopin a prel- Watch on tho. blockado boot- Mr. Charlie Leach, of Graham, Meggers, but ono of them barksd up the wrong tree tothcr nite A man.xpunt Sunday and Monday with his got off tho train on the dark Hide and parents, Mr and Mrs. Len Leach. havln' u suit case, the otlicer gave j Mr. Stanford Gilstrup. of Soloct, chaso, and about fifty yards up tho will move on Mr. L. L. Leach's prop-trac- k was a bit dumlounded to over- - orty on Hough river,, near Hartford, Mr. Wayne Leach is in Fordsville, tako tho Commonwealth's Attorney. who was returning from tho Daviess! on business this week. Mr. William Davis, of Taylor circuit court. Mines, moved back to his farm tho first of tho week. NOTJON OF DISSOLUTION. Mr. Joo Archie Leach, of Mt. Pleasant, had a "house-raisinTuesAt a meeting of tho stockholders of tho Hough Hirer Land & lniprovo- - day. 3- -mont Co., FordsvIIlo, Ky., hold Januvmv. m'tchfiklivk ary 30tb 1910, all of tho fctock IjoIiik represented, it .van unanimously votUov- - A- - J)- - Utchfl-l- il returned to ed Hint tho said corporation should bo according to law and no- -, Hartford Saturday P. M. aftor p terminated w01 n""nco t Uamn Taylor, wnore tlco of such is hereby given. ,lln lla1 1,DBU '" uttonduneo ut the G. A. ItALI'H , , g. i i mmmMMmmMmmmsmmmmm' munlty wero also gono over thor oughly aud every ono had the fullest opportunity to know just what part the Play Llfo of tho soldier hail had In tho winning of tho wnr. And last but not least tho Com munity ltougious mo wus inKim un Tho points cm- - J nnd emphasized. phaslzcd wero the proper relations or our Itollgtoiis entorprlses to tho needs of those returning from tho war. Tho uxtenslon and enrichment of the program of the Churches to meet these needs. Tho interlocking of tho uctlvltloa of the Churehe-- t with otlier community agencies und forces. o Tho Utilization of tho soldier nnd ' sailor In carrying out tho program of tho churches. Tho methods to bo employed wore (1) Mako clear the rotation of tho rollglous llfo to recreational, civic and other community activities, (2) Mora vital and less formal programs. (2) Popularization of Congregational singing. (4) Simpler and more vivid methods of pronchlng. All in all it was ono of the most enthusiastic nnd thoroughly enjoyable conferences over held in the state. Ono featuro worthy of special mention was tho marked enthusiasm and intelligence with which tho twenty-liv- e colored Delegates did their work-Thosang us only colored men can, and stuyed on the job until tho benediction was pronounced. Mr. I. C. Dlx was Chnlrmun of the Convention, than whom wo have no mora capable or cousclcncloui christian gentleman lu tho State fcii n W Pfrrt IV ftl ( Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING 1919 rlport I'rcsldnnt .. a5-t-4- iTATJfl lJUAlUlULlKATION CON- - J. D. COOPIOH, - tJocruitary, - NOTICE DOG OWNERS .. From this date, it being my duty to do so, I will be jn tho stato. compelled to kill any and all Th0 onl'ro delcgatloa ,ae enter.. .n:nn dogs found running at large talnucl In tho Army Uar ncka, thoio,)y BB,nln. an onortunlty lo riinra with tho soldier In his niaiuior of or without license tags.' u opportunity In addition to the above 32t4 S. A. BRATCHER, -- , Uf0- como a,so tforiiei1 " many of tho to In contact with . . onerilr UniO Lo. returned OvorseaB men aud set tholr ive handle a full line of farmivlnw nnlnt nf tho crnntnHf vlrinrv nt ers' supplies and we urgently NOTION. all times. Krery phase of Communirequest that you visit our ty lito was discussed, aud a full set I bavo located In Hoavcr Dam tor of rocommondatlons was udopted nnd store before buying. ( glvon undor the auapiclos of tho State V. M. 0. A. Thero wore lu all about ono hundred and twenty delegates who took part. Tho principle upoakcrs for tho occasion were Dr. K. Y. Mullens and Dr. Dunbarr If. OBden. Those t;entloion wero hb- - The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars f I Ol" tile iOWGSt pOSSlble price, consistent With depcn- dable quality, is too well known to require comment. J Therefore, because of present conditions, there can be no change in, the price on Ford Cars. t Runabout Touring Car Coupe , - Sedan Truck Chassis $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 The prices F. 0. B. Detroit. E. P. BARNES & BR0. i: J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cumberland l'hoiiu. tho practice of dentistry, ami uhall gratefully apprecluto the patronage 'of the public. Call on me at the A, D. Taylor, proporty. M. K. TAYLOR, D. D. S. 25tf J also camo lu for u share in the discussions and the fullest Interest was shown In ovory pbaae of it. Tho Rucreatloual nocdi of the copi- - sont out. Kcouomlcu Beaver Darn, Ky. The Hartford Republican one year for only $1,50.