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SPECIAL TERM CIRCUIT named MartwCT DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS flemtblicau Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 36 YM OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919. . havlng exhausted tho patience of the trustees to fill vacancies' drawing a capital prlzo In the matrix court, find the charge a more serious THE PRESIDENT'S DREAM monlal lottery, Daniel, Popular Orove; S. T. INJUNCTIONS GRANTED James OIlOj Williams, Hob Roy; K. K. Moslcy, ' Charlio Douglas, of the Cromwell Tnnglcwood; J. M. Shults, Shults-towCIRCUIT COl'UT. UNDER NEW STATE LAW SHATTERED BY SENATE COURT LAST OF APRIL country, was nlho put In Jail charged V. C. Wallace, Central Orove; with falling to support an Infant The regulnr March term ot tho Sam JnmlBon, Whlto OnR; Jerome child. Duck Hlnus is locked up Ohio circuit court opened here MonHudson, Cooper; Daniel Mldklff, Which Closes Alleged Im- awaiting a lunacy Inquest. Hlncs Forty Members Sign Honor day, with Judgo Slack on tho bench, Four Weeks Of Continuous llccch Valley. was formerly of the Sunnydale neighand Commonwealth's Attorney Smith The board fixed tho minimum snl-nr- y Pledge To Oppose moral Resorts In The Court To Clean Up borhood, but recently has been livand County Attorney Kirk, present. for teachers for tho next school City Of Owensboro. ing In Evansvllle. Hlncs seems to Confirmation Tho flu ban having been lifted too year, nt"$45 per mouth, and If conDocket. have a mania for setting fire to evlato for summonsing a pettlt Jury, ditions will Justify the salary may ho erything combustible, and was lockonly equity business Is being heard. raised nhove that figure. Tho maxied up to prevent him setting tho Orders so far taken are: mum will he about $60. Judge Slack, in circuit court Oil world on fire. Six prisoners lodged Forty membcra of the American On account of accumulated busiOphelle Harris Admrx. vs Render It was also ordered that tho colorIn- ness, resulting from a number of ses- ed schools begin the first Monday In Thursdny, granted temporary with Jailer Tichenor Friday night, senate, led by the country's greatest Coal Company and others, dismissed sions of passed courts, Judgo Slack July. The white schools will begin Junctions in tho abatement canes re- tho largest number of boarders ho statesman, Senator Lodge, has done without predjudlec, on motion oC his called n two weeks special term, on July 11 or August 11. Those dl- - cently filed by Commonwealth's At- lias had at one time since ho has been the country n service scarcely less im- plantiff. portant than winning the war from ginning tho third Monday In April. visions In which the n.itrniis crow torney Claude Smith and County At- In office. Hannah James vs It. P. Beck and torney Herman Blrkhead, for the Tho special term will run Into tholobupc(, w T,hc Jail crowd Is peaceable and the Huns. ,,0 nllowc,, to Wllt untn others, dismissed settled. President Wilson nppolnted him four ithi) latter datu, but nil others will bo commonwealth of Kentucky ngaln.it orderly under the management of rcRiilur May term, making Ouenthcr Hard., Co., vs J. M. tho keepers of alleged Immoral re- - Denver Coots, a veteran prisoner, solf the representative ot the United Drand( d,3ml3sed wMhout predJud, CO. weoks of continuous court, at which required to open July 14. int. ii It Oii.nliuliiiMii flm ' itflifsili who claims, by priority ' It Is expected the docket of tho Ohio Mary J. Gucnther vs John M. of occupancy. oi.uua in iiib iieauu conierence in , . ... . were uiuii miner a recem act ui inu the privilege ot playing tho part of where ho at one entered upon Brand, same order. circuit court will bo cleared tin to F RAIDS BOAT situim legislature, asked for tho houses to Jail Superintendent. d.ite. Lucy Hlnes vs A. W. Morgan, same Coots has been the work, not of concluding peace, FINDS LOTS OF LIQUOR bo closed for a period of one year. social order. Special Torni Docket. In jail for a couple of months on a but building a spectacular fabric, with the high sounding title When the motion was heard in the Tandy Qulsenberry vs Clifton. Sheriff Uratcher, armed wlht a case against Dave and Edith King charge of house robbery. lie s.eems of a League of Nations. He devoted 1st day, April 21 Jcssu Tina WilHack, dismissed settled. to be us happy as a June bug, nud Is Wes-- 1 search warrant and accompanied by and Edna Dell, it wan shown to tho son vs ltockport making tho best of his confinement. his great talent, his energies and his E. Wood vs W. L. Sheffield, sanitt y Chapel Church vs Kloyd Keown; inroe special uopmics. mane a nun sat,sfnclJon ot tho court that tho time, to formulating a plan, splendid order. Hunt Russell. & Co., vs II. L. Alford on Herb Chlnn's houso boat, Monday j KIIB- - hotl disposed of tho property and .spectacular, however visionary I XO TAf; XO DOtJ. Rogers Silver Co., vs C. K. Reneer, &c, W. O. Herrel vs K. A. Davenport. night. Tho result was a finding otln Muilicrry street In question. In and Impractical, without consulting judgemont for plaintiff. pints or whisky about the jial7i A ton,purary injunction was 2nd. day, April 22 Dan T. Wilson twenty-fou- r ....,.... Dog owners, who have not already .tho sentlmnnf nf. his rniinfrvmnn nr y Sarah A Wilson vs E. F. Morrla . A..- - vs 1. C. It. R. Co; V. M. Render premises and a gun on tho person of ,dellIed nKOi.i tho Klnes. but cmnt- - done so, should get tugs at once for nis congress. Tne scheme, if suc and others, default judgement for v. I. C. It. R Co; E. F. (Jabbort vsthc iiroprletor. Chlnn was brought ctl against Edna Hell. their dogs, if they want to insure cessful, would involve the United plaintiff. I. Ac N. K. it. uo; r. .m. Jones vs iiuwro inu I'uiimy juugu aim piacuu j tne cascs ngalnst Cora LaVard keeping them. At a meeting of the States In every petty dispute and Tho Ichenhnuser Co., vs Otha Dexunder bond for $200 for his appear - Lm, Ma,,cl Carr wUh wh()ln tlle Ulxbop Coal Co. Fiscal court last week the sheriff quarrel happening to occur in the re- ter, judgement for plaintiff. I A. Hay- - unco when wanted for trial. 3rd. day. April 2.1. Mollle motest corners of the world, and put Kings aro a tempo- Com. of Ky., vs Herbert Doolln, Chlnn has been living for several rary injunction was granted during presented a bill, and was paid, for a period to the history of the country den &c vs ltockport Coal Co; O. L. imrjouuding and killing four dogs. fine of fifty dollars for Illegal salo years on n iiouso noai. jusi across Ule ,)umloncy of iho 8uit. injunctions Knsor vs Heaver Dam coal uo; A. M. -. In as a sovereign and Independent Ke- of liquor. Forbes vs llroadway Coal Co; C. It. tho river from tho town, and as he were also granted in the case3 Sheriff liratcher has been patient be- public. impounding dogs T. H. Black vs It. P. Beck, dismissthe, matter of Him " Known nusiiiuss or employ-- ! p;alnst Minnie Aldridge and Klioails vs . L. urown. Alma cause the law was a new one, but he Whether the President had an un- ed settled. 4th. day, April 24 Porter & Kahn ment, tho ofllcers were suspicious Smlt) yielding ambition for a third term will begin soon a canvass of tho counBank of Centertown va Vs I .C. It. It. Co; A. T. D.ivls vs that ho was bootlegging whisky, and! u M'as not ,)ecn determined whcn ty lor tho purpose of impounding all of the presidency, as suggested by Mr. C. Farmers M. Tichenor, dismissed without Droadway Coal Co; Taylor & Dean Instituted tho search. As a result 't,B cases wJ1I b(J cavl for nnai Watterson, or aspired to tho exalted predjudice. dogs lnuml without tags. The v- - 1 C. It. II. Co; Lon Smith vs Davo of tho arrest and findings the Jury a Is understood that ono provides a pealty on tho sheriff law position of president of tho world Robert Kennedy vs Kennedy, order' for turned two indictments against Chlnn. i or two ot those agatnst whom BuItg King . ho has league, we have no means of deter- of sale of land. 5th day. April 25 J. C. Klrchor- - one for illegally having liquor In hls;navo ,,ct.n fetl wl K,ve ll0nd tnat failure to enforce this law. and mining, but his zeal and enthusiasm perIn tho Sadie Phillips Tanner vs fir vs A. I). Park; Frank Illack sr vs possession lor tne purpose or sale. tllcr ,,iCC8 wm ,,ot i,e SPd for Iin no 'choice duty. matter but to not to involve the United States In tha ner, judgement for divorce. Ira TanIf you have form his S'curlly LIfo Ins., Co; 'S. A. Key- - anil ono tor carrying conceaieu ' moral purposes, and will regain boiight a tag for your dog you can quarrels of the distant nations of the W. T. Hawes vs Nettie McDowell, nolds vs Render Coal Co; A. N. Fill- - deadly weapon. of them. protty safely depend upon some earth In no way voiced the sentiment judgement for plaintiff and order to Ion vs I. C. R. It. Co. neighbor, who has tagged his, re- of the American people. His trip .Master Commissioner to make deed THE LOOSE LEAF HOUSE. 7th ilny, April 2S I. T. Vinson &. back from Europe was for the pur- for land. ;OIIIO COUNTY TEACHER porting your case to the sherltf. Son vi Ilcuver Dam Coal Co. (threo pose. It Is fair to assume, to secure m;:i:ied henderson S. H. Oglesby vs Greek Alkens, t I ,.soh. ) We have repeatedly called the at a Vote ot confidence from the senate, judgement the" xkw ice plant and order ot sale of land. D llobliibon vs Mcllenry Coal Co; tention of the tobacco growers of the (Sebrea Hamer.) IS XEAltl.VfJ COMPLETION which must be the final arbitrator The (irand Jury. Ditch, county to tho matter of establishing. Flnloy Carter vs Motion for In the matter. After reaching these Dixnn, Ky Mnr. 0. A wedding A grand Jury was empaneled Mon Sth day. April 29 It. II. Kaston n loose leaf house, to market their 'j Wlilch Dixon people tool; much Ellis Brothers urn linllilliiu an nr- - shores the President discovered the day morning, instructed by the court. P. Ilarnos &c;W. E. tobacco at home. It appears to us tercst was that of Sheriff C. I. vs E. ico nlant. on tho site of their f,enlimunt of tho senate was against inml sent to tholr room to beeUl thelr vs Kvansvllle & II. (J. Pnckot a question with but ono sldo to it. ' litirln. ngo 35. which was solcniized old plant on the river, Just below thi hls pet scl,ome- - nnd tlil1 not ar to work Tho following members aro C o. (I W. Camplleld vs Evansvlllo Counties all around us are adopting i(l t),o parlor of the Hotel Klngdon at old water mill. Tho nlant. which lct n vote l, taken- - But tho Senate. servlne on tho Jury: i! I.. I'acKi'i to; v. i.. Alien vs mis policy, unrmn county lias just Henderson Saturday. Tho Itov. J. no ,0I1Ker a reSistering machine forj. L. Massie, Foreman J. H. Helton 'organized a company with $50,000 Frank Daker. pastor of the Methodist will bo completed within tho iioxt ten Jikc Shaver. wlU of tho Wh,t0 House' bo,aljr W. S .Brown, sheriff days, will be one ot the most cora-,th- o Robert Maddox 3th day, April 30 Virgil Crad - capital to establish u house nt Eliza- - church at Morganlleld was tho of- R. A.Burtoa nleto lu thn c.niintrv. The building l00K "P l" worK 0I V0IC1"B tno Chick ."fk v.s Win. C. McAdoo A:e; J. C. buthtown. Crayson county Is ef- - delating minister. t,n,ont ot tne country, and more than A. L. Is of brick, and the storage rooms . France John Lindley Di 'Witt vs Emilia Hcddeu llasham &c fceting a similar organization, and! Tn0 ruoni is one of tho be.n Lunle Maples are lined with four Inches of cork forty n,cm',er8 ot t,iat ''ody signed Pat Hoagland I. E Everly vs F. O. Coffinim; I. N. Nelson county has Just taken up the known men in tho county and holds Two largo storage rooms for Ice and an agreement pledging themselves Wargeu Lonoy Ira Cox I. mini m v:i D. & N. It. It. Co; J. W. matter. In each of tho counties the exnulted position of shoiin: of tho t0 voto aea,,lst tne confirmation of The grand jury had returned nine men are county, being elected by ono of the a smaller ono for storing fresh meats, Mnith vs I.. & N. It. It. Co; I. N. mentioned tho business the,,)caco treaty wlth tho Leasue of Indictments, up to tho hour of going cooperating with the farm- - largest majorities of any olllclal In the storage capacity will bo 150 tons 0f iuiiuua jiruvisiua, , heartily I.anhniu vs &c h. &, N. It. It. Co. us ui iireseni to press, and was still continuing Its Ice. Tho plant will involve a con- 10th day, April Horbort Wester- - ers In their efforts at homo market- - COunty. In the primary In which he As thirty threo seators can work. Rlilornliln nntlnv nf mnnav. tut t Khnuld drawn. Sheriff Bratcher has been fl'Id vs Arch Hoover; Kmll Eskrldgo ng. lt'should be apparent to every was nominated for this high office, be a high ,the confirmation, the League dlligen Itn summoning witnesses for class Investment. ' Ohio county s Elijah WellB. farmer, who has 8eeii'nu received lfi7 of 171 votes in his inwB the Jury, and its work has not been "' long needed a first class lcei"1 with tobacco, nomo (Onton) precinct, which at- - ford has Owonsboro overrun IVttit Juij Special Term. and cold storage plant, and its cltl-- . slavery, so far as this country Is con delayed a minute in waiting for wita"vei mere is uui iarBu tested to his popularity at home. cerned. Tho President goes back to nesses. Court will probably adjourn Clifton Shown uuu U1" D D. Leach care of the tobacco , The bride is the accomplished zens should appreclatoAho enterprise Europe a wiser but sadder man. 0I'BU t tnl Frank Atherton W P. Taylor today. ot Ellis Brothers in building it. J. E. Southard now ttl,:e" thure for sale' not i0, mcn' daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Peter m J H. Dodson vory Kroat bultlon of cost ,n" Shown, of Ohio County, and is in her COOD ItOADS SPEAKINGS. Clydo Chlnn Uo" tho CENTUHV OLD CLOCK. AS OHIO COUNTY BOY W. L. Shults IN CHICAGO IIOSPlTAIi Silas Renfrew ' volved. A loose leaf house In the thinl year as teacher In the high JI. L. Leach wou,a ",eal1 mauy A number ot cltlzons of Hartford school at this place. She Is very W. It. Carson count' Mr. Emerson Bnrnard, of McHenry, J It. Drunor vcd by our business men popir In social nnd religious cir- - Is tho owner of a clock by which tho havo gono out into the country this Wayland P. Render, a Rockport J. E. Keown r E J. Ashby Alonzo Hoover m tho "ttor o homo trading. From cle8i dinner horn was blown, from the' week to raako good roads speeches, soldier boy, writes us ot an unfortuJ T. Pattou v,ew tne nom0 ,0030l They returned here Monday oven- G door of an Ohio county furm house, j Theso citizens enn have no selfish W. L. Coleman ' ovcry P,lU ot nate series of illness. Young Render B. Jones to us to bo both lng A reception was tendered thorn fl. C. Ilnlze ,euf llouso "PI"" Leisure than n century ago. It was terest in asking the people to voto was afflicted with influenza In SeptemRubin ... Let U8 .. Iiv Mr. nnd . ... J.- T.- Hrmlen., after',,.,,. Mrs. f i, .... . ,, W. C. Richards Practical nnd economical. ...,u ui t.iu .!,. "" J H. Dawson ,uv.nii, uiuufiiii "" " tuivu i.,l. i,.n..ni,t iu fnr tlin rnnil Inv. N'n nun nf tlinm ber, which trouble was followed by an which they went to their home, on' this country lu the last years of the uses tho roads as much as the avcr-Ea- st attack ot pneumonia, since which M. C. Hawkins build it this season. Miles James Lloper street. The bride has ulchtcentli conturv. nnd was boucht ago farmer, and they aro actuated time ho has undergone a number oC T. F. Crowder S M. Bell resumed her position in the school, by tho present owner's great-grealy no spirit but that of public splrlt- - surgical operations. L. J. Ronder KOAD TAX ELECTION C It. Ashby SOME ERRORS AFIXUT and tho groom is at his of- - grandfathor, William Barnard. Tho edness. Great Lakes, 111., Feb. 27 '19. J. C. Mason! Azro Rowan flee In the court House. Their 'many clock has been handed down from The spenkers and the points to Editor Republican, H. D. Edson) J D. Barnes Hartford, Ky. Arthur Daniel i Some romarkablo mistakes aro go-- 1 friends are glad to extend their con- - senoratlon to generation of the Bar- - which they go are: Horace Taylor Nov. A. D. Lelchflold, at Wysox Dear Sir: Enclosed find check G. W. Boarninn lng tho rounds of the county In tho gratulatlons. N P. Romans nard family, and now ho longer use- I havo been ful as a tlmepleco, Is rotalned as a yesterday nftornoon and at Hopewell far the Republican. I'ftllL Jury Itcpilur 'IVrm. Jinuttor ot tho Road Tax election family keopsako. Tho clock was a ' at night, at Rockport this afternoon very sick, and now that my mother It. D. Laudorwauser From ono section conies the state-- , FRIDAY A BUSY DAY mbler Chick IX THE COUNTY COURT cervlceablo time-keenCharlio Petty! ment that u story Is being told that has left for home, I shall be glad to until about, nnd at Centertown tonight llosoa Shown W. 11. Browdor, county agent, and ' have the Republican, and read tho ugo. It is a "Soth forty years Frank Everly n poll tux of from three to five dollars j John Wood John H. Mason' will bo lovled. As a matter ot fact. Friday morning the Douglases, i Thomas" clock, and the whools are of Mack Gnlbrcath, state road engineer, j news from homo, T. II. Miller spoke at Roslne Tuesday night, Ralph i I have been sick slnco the 17 ot W. T. Keown there la no law for lovying a road the fathor, H. O. nnd sons, Elvis and wood. Uonnlo Boawoll Wednesday night, at Haynosvlllo last Soptomber, and have in the meantime -- ao 8. L. Phillips poll tax, and tho story Is absurd. An-- ! Frank, of Rockport, who wero re- Wlllam Johnson Jr. night and will speak at Herbert to- - uudergono four operations. Ono for LOUISVILLE MAItKKTS. Arch Coopor othor story, roported to this office contly locked up on achargo of car-- ! James Tichenor night. a disease ot the ear mastoiditis Rlnls Rowo by telephone yesterday, was that n rylng concealed deadly woapons, wore W. Sandofur John export steers CATTLE Prlmo Rov. Russell Walker spoke at Dun- - and ono for empyomla pus on tho O. P. Willis cortalu citizen ot Hartford wua to brought boforo tho county Judgo for J II. Plummor (lungs E. G. Austin havo a Job at a big salary it tho road trial. After a coaforonco with tho ?15.001(!.50; heavy shipping $13 deo last night. aud also ono on oach hip 11. P. Davonport 13.00; fat helfors ?S. 013.50; Wado Baizo spoke at Cromwell for pus. So you see I shall have my Sop Williams tax carries. Tho Fiscal court has Judge and County Attorney ull three Elvis Smith It. R. Muffutt bound itsolC by an order to employ of tho men confessed guilt and tho'cows, medium to bc3t $0.75 11.50; Wednesday night, at Baizetown last 'share ot scars. Nevertheless I do Felix nurdett accepted bulls ?7 10.50; stockors $7.50 Douglases night and will speak at Arnold to- - not regret bolnc hero at all. I havo W. L. Stinnett ' a citizen of oach magisterial district, two younger Ell Moador night. E. A. Carter after consultation with the citizens ot soutonces of a fifty dollar flue each 10.50; feeders f8. 50013. 50. had splondid attention. The doctors Jeff Boll Best CALVES Markot Steady. aro fluo and tho nurses have been J. R. Carson .tho district, to oversee the work of nnd ten days In jail. Tho elder Albert ratterson very nice to mo. J, A. C. Park. such division, and thoro will bo no Douglas was fined u similar sum, but' voals J14.50; common to medium OIHO COUNTY WOMAN Owon Duugerty NAIIUKD BY SHERIFF I am now just ablo to sit up, and W. T. Bonn County supervising officer, with or the jull sontenco was not nttached. ?5.0014.50. Jako Loach HOGS Best Market advanced. tho Tho jull sentence was ommittcd from Sum Allen without salary. Aud despite it may bo qulto u whllo boforo I can A. C. Jones c Fiscal court's order that every dollar tho elder Douglas' penalty out ot 150 pounds and up $18.00; pigs 150 Miss Maymo Shown, ono of tho come home, but I think I will dually collected In each magisterial district consideration for tho fact that he had pounds and down $13.75016.00; prettiest aud most efficient of Ohio get thore all right. SCHOOL HOARD MEETS. County's school teachers, was taken Respectfully yours, v j shall bo spent in tho district in which ,a wife nnd children, and his older :;.. , WAYLAND RENDER. oucir.1' uuu u;v)o uuiuuiiu In tow by tho sheriff of Webster counTho County Board of Education It is collected, tho objection Is still son a wife and child, dependent for good. Best shoop $9.00 09.50; bucks ty Saturday. Miss Shown went to mot In tho Superintendent's office made that the money will be spent support. MACCABEE ME SUPPER. Marshal Flom- - Steven, of Boaver $7.50 down; choice lambs $15,000 Dixon, tho Webster Capital, last fall, Monday. Tho board organized for on tho roads about Hartford. A full into 1C; seconds $10014; culls $809. to accent a position as instructor in yoar by electiug Honrystatomout of tho manner of spondlug Dam, brought Rei Arbuckle tbo school The Lady MacabceB will give a plo PRODUCE Eggs candled 33 the Dixon High School, and for vlo- Carter, ot NarrowB, Secrotary. Tho tho road tax money appears in the j court, charged with the offenso of luting tho law of slugle blessedness 'suppor at the Hall, Thursday evening, u uuuui wcapuii 35 cents. Chairman iiuiuuru iiupuuucuu eutu wuuk, uuu turrjiuu cuuviniii-Suporlntendont Is 13. It will be an open social BUTTER Country 26028c. she was led to the alter by C. I. Tho fifth month's pay la expected thore seems to be no reasonable ex- Rox is only about seventeen years g POULTRY Hen 24 026c; largo hurin. shoriff ot Webster county. I mooting, and tho public is cordially tbo old, and uuderulzo for his ago, but and tho board order- cuse tor any citizen from Frankfort, wast- springers 23 02Cc; and The couplo went to Henderson for Invited. All ladles are respectfully medium ed that upon tho receipt of tho stnto facts. The mon who are urging tbo much valuable paper has beon month the Su- ndoptton ot tho road tax have no per- ed, from time to time, in Issuing small springers 27030c; old roosters the ceremony. Miss Shown was ono requested to bring pies for the occa-- ot money tor tho fifth tbo brightest and most lovable ot slon. porlntendont pay the Blxth month's sonal ends to serve, and are earnestly warrants for his arrest. The crime 14 016c; ducks 20022c; turkeys EVA L. BENNETT, funds now In hla hands. nnd honestly trying to render use- charged iu each case has beeri ot trif- 28031c; g'eeso 15020c and guineas Ohio county's young ladies, and wo i silafy, out of -Comniandor, congratulate sheriff Maburlu upon' following ful and needed public service. ling importance, but this time he may, 300c a pound. The Board elected tho n; I I (! i riu-rop- e, y; j I ' , i ' ' I i at j r.. Ma-Port- er ! A.- , j "":' ' ; 'l,rs t"smls ro -- i w- t- J er e-- !;"" :. ch mis-statin- vm4 cy" W ; UBt " ' icssngssfr fMr"f ' 2& . ,i. t.-' ; LEAGUE OF NATIONS' TWFNTY-- S 1 1 to nbldo by Artlclo 12 and resorts to war, It is thereby deemed to have 111... I LINTEN SEASON BEGAN WITH ASH WEDNESDAY iraHSRIHSHKaHFJSaSXSaHl h ....I nt WI1F nlT.llnMl .ill flL.ll I tllA V PAINTS 1 UIU r Forty mercial, financial and othcr relations Prayer Millions nations, both Inside with the othor tho league and outside. The execu Affected If Made, tive council Is then to recommend if what military or naval forces tin me hmkuu smu 40V1f.ll- - I uuemiiers oi Il.n l.tirrtf.i shall v Hiiniiay was wuinn.uagesiiun nun-dawhich Is to govern jy COntrlbuto to the armed force to The bnslc law It Is the last Sunday before the league embraces 2G articles. The 1)0 ,lse,i t0 ,,rotcct the covenants of tmtlnnft the solemn season ot Lent with 111 - IIIUHI in fiu fi11iiu.A! .. ........... ii... lUilftUC Tim inntiiluir i.n.i IO ill. HIV inn..n 1SI 111 The answer is very simple : Louisville people prefer The Herot fasting and of abstin1. The parties ot this convenant aBn.e to support the league in Its boy- - forty days ald as their morning paper because they know that The Herald is, - C(,tt measures, nnu 10 agroo mat mo i.caguu nnun rusisi n wai ence from worldly pleasures Is ushoriirst of all, a newspaper. -" "' sures taken uy me ouenuuiR imiiuu, a.I It. l.t? .Vol, Wmlnnsilnv Allof nvnr three parts: nrsi me main tho That it is always first with the news when it is news; that its delegates representing tho member ajg0 lo ajjow tree passage through the Christian world members news is authentic ; that it may be depended on. nations; second, nn executive council thcr territory of any forces needed Catholic nnd Kplscponl churches will assomble for services on Ash Wednes which shall meet more frequently to attack the offender. These are the primary reasons why most Louisville people 17. Should trouble arise Involv day. and third, a secretariat, which shall when buying a morning newspaper choose the Louisville Herald days of the church Since tho early be permanent and ho always open fo ing ono or mora nations that are outas their favorite morning newspaper. business, at tho palco to be chosen as s(le f the league, thoy are to bo this has been ono of the solemn fast . ....... cnr. In summi Invited to join tho league and ....I. ...II days of tho flirtation seat of the league. the Tho main body of delegates t0 ita action; If they refuse, then the ancient dnys. the penitent attired ... ........ shall moot at stated Intervals or as council Is to suggest measures which lilmiilf In sackcloth, and with ashes .,... n.niilvn. oltlicr at tho ...m Di,. liiwiiiiiins and result In upon his head, inado open confession t irnnni ..u.---.-- i... .iijmifa " Ut ttiiMUii iiii . - .ktuuvt'iinm tlin . in 1'iiviu i.- - i. that ho was a "miserable sinner." is furnished daily to Herald readers, through the medium of such Tin. leaetto Is to nave su The modern penitent clothes his spirnations are to have one voto mumbor is news services as the Associated Press, the Universal Service, the pervision of the trade In arms with it (only in sackcloth and ashes and o oh. shall countries "in which the control of makes his confosslon In a manner not 3. Tho cxccutlvo council Newspaper Enterprise Association, and other foreign cables. st so hpectacular. cnniiit of roprcgoiitatlvos of the Unit- tills traffic Is necessary In the News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sportHut until time shall be no more, " the Hritlsli empire, France, ed State, ing statistics as compiled for The Herald's sport page. It is diffirepresentawhich thn church will still observe in cereterltorles ID. In those luly and Japan, and also cult, in that the human element is considered The Herald's sport tives of four other member nations have been liberated by war, and monious fRshion the services nf AmIi page is first of all interesting, then entertaining, then instructive. telectcd by the delegates. Meetings which are "inhabited by peoples no', Wednesday, and the onsuiuK Lt'iiteu of the council shall be held at least yet able to stand by themselves, there season. The financial world is thoroughly covered by the daily finan1'oarc llrliipi Ximv 1,"oii. onco a year, and as often as "any should bo applied the principle that cial page, giving the latest reports of the various stock exchanges g and developament of mutter ofTectlng the peace of the the The forty days of the Lenten seaand bond markets, and keeps one fully informed as to the latest n sacred trust of son will this yoar be a time of pecumay be brought up. world" such peoples form quotations on all fluctuating commodities. delegates civilisation." anil securities tor this In both the body of 4. liar solemnity. For with memories In addition to its news features you will find daily in The Herexecutive council a majority purpose are to lie given by the of the bitter struggle which lias been and tho vote of those present shall docidc. league. The tutelage of these terri- going on overseas to soften the hearts ald among other interesting features, a Fontaine Fox Cartoon, The President of tho United States is tories Is to be given in trust to ad- of the people at home, nnd with the "Bringing Up Father," an Edgar Guest poem, Tad's "Indoor vanced nations who by reason ot recent advent of pence to a world S to call tho first meeting. Sports," brilliant editorials, a magazine and woman's page; you'll secretariat their resources, experience and geo- grown weary of war, the souls of the B. Tho pormnnent find in fact, in each copy of your Herald something for each memshall be established at tho seat ot graphical position can best undertake faithful will turn with renewed faith ber of the family. longuo. The secretary-generresponsibility, under tho nian-dnthis tho to the promises of the church, and of the league. The mnndtos they will outer with ardor into the shall bo chosen by the executive counGive your local agent your order now; if there is none in your ill v..ry according to the condltioas. cil. The expenses of the secretariat Lent on services. town send in the coupon below with your subscription. Sample shall be born by the members of the In Central Africa, for Instance, the As tho army of the United States copy on request. league, in the same ratio as that now trustee nation miirt be prepared to was flung Into contlfut :i foreign guarantee free soil, as more and more of America's postal union. existing in the maintain order and Representatives of the league dom of conscience and religion, sup sons joined that army or entered the G. as press "such abuses as the slave trade, nhnll enjoy the same privileges timy, the wives and mothers of men, KENTUCKY'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER. diplomats, and tho buildings occupi- arms traffic and liquor habit" and understood what the real ed by tho league shall enjoy "extra- prevent the establishment of formi- of sacrifice was. They went Into the territoriality" (that is, be cations or the training of tho natives Garden of Cethscmano witli the x.vmj: ami addukss mail iiAiLV m:i:.i.i Daily By Mail of local laws ) for military purposes except as diprayer that ocho-- . through OllK.N, KOK THItM SHOWN. 7. Nations not Included in the rected by the league. 1st and 2nd Postal Zones Includof Holy Week, "Not my the services league on the start may bo admitted ing all of Kentucky and South20. The contracting nations "will will, but Thine, O, Lord, be dune " N'AMK vole. Such nations endeavor to secure and maintain fair on a ern Indiana. as the long cnsunlt 1M-- . lame And and they and humane conditions ot tubor for back from overseas many of them 1 Year. (! Mih. must ho fully , Address must bo prepared to conform to the men, women and children both in endured the final agony of the cross $2.60 $5.00 U.F. I). No. rules laid down by tho league. their own countries and in all coun- To these wives and mother- - nf men i Mo. :: Mus. to he tries" with which they have relations who have given up tholr liws for National armmaents "are Enclosed Find 8. 50c $1.40 Check for . . . f win Stiilo Term Hcri redncod to the lowest point consistent and there Is to be a permanent bu- their country, the solemn ot Mall following coupon with remit-anc- e with national safety" and the en- reau ot labor as a pirt of the league .1 Mos 1 Year Lent will come this year with a T'ostoOtce Order i . at once, llon't be without are to touch of added solemnity i tensiliod 21. The member nations forcement of the commands ot the 1 Express Order . i Mos Mo. reg..rd to maintain freedom speel.U The Herald for a single day. and by pei...nul loss and sorru.v. of transit leatiue. "halng muutranhii-asituation a'i'l clrcum-- J e.iuitable treatment for the commerce But when the season of prayer and itances of each state." The execu- of other lneinbera. especially to aid fasting ends with thp triumphant 7 militive council Is to decide "what in the reconstruction of the regions rea-diy of Easter Sunday, to those equipment is fsir and reason- devaated by war. tary who have gone dowu into the Valley able," for each country, and these 22. All International bureaus al- of the Shadow will come also a clearlimits are not to be exceeded without ready established aud hereafter es- er understanding of the memllng of H authority. The member nations are tablished shall be placed under the 'the feast of the Klsen Lord. MJHST5I3EEUTSniJ "in no way to conceal from each oth- control ot the league, so there shall Aud the words of the Easter hymn er" their arn.ameaA or their military be no dlrlblon of authority or action. will fall like a balm on wounded prmuent for money. It was said In Kvery treaty made Iry any hearts, plans. Also step aro to be taken t? 2'i. LJ. toward controlling all private manu- iiembcr state hereafter is to bo PJJ Is o're, the battlo done, his behalf that it was impossible for "The strife and munitions of arms registered with the league and pubhim to continue IIvIiik upon the bounfacture Tho victory of life Is won. 1 ty and Rood will of the Dutch nublo- -' provision, however, for supply- lished, before it can become valid. The soag ot triumph h.is begun. man In whoso castlo ho now resides. ing those countries which havo no 21. The body of delegates muy Alleluia." of any such nlants of their own. tilvise the reconsiduratlon eo Herr Ilohenzollcrn, It Is said, H. A permanent commission is to treaties that "have become inapplloa ho had already been forced to When x on nave Rackacho tho liver be established to aid tho league In hlo" and also of any conditions which or kidneys aro biire to be out of geur. borrow 10,(100 K'lUders from his host' carrying out tho foregoing article. may endanger the peace of tho world. Tiy Sauol, It does wonders for the and could not continue as a debtor. ' A trial 10. The nations of the league un25. All members solemnly agree liver, kidneys and bladder Got It Ho asked that ho bo allowed at least Coo bottle will convince you. dertake to rospect and preserve ac not to enter in future-- Into any en- at tho drug store 4G-a portion of his privnto fortuno. aggression" all gagements which aro inconsistent igaliiit external The Government, after consldorlnii On motion of Esq. Will Daugherty it is resolved, any with the rules ot the league, and in members thereof. In case ot the mattor, agreed to his request anil is imoiu: and directed that the road fund derived from or any threat, tho council case the have hitherto made any such aggression ' APPKAliS TO IlKl'L'lIMC Instituted a detailed itivcstlcation in Ohio County be applied as follows: Is to advise upon tho meaii3 by which engagements they are to "taUo importion of tho fordetermine whnt tho obligation shall be fulfilled. mediate steps to procure roloas.o from 1. The money raised in each magisterial district fortune Weimar, Feb. 27. Tho former mer Hmporor's supposed Is such obligations." Any war or threat of war 11, Gorman Lhupuror, it U luarned from really was his and what portion bhall be spent in that district, and so apportioned that each Investl-Katlo- n 20. Amendments to tho league competent sources, recently appealed declared to be a matter of concern to to tho (jovcrnniont. precinct and community shall receive a fair and equitabj ., ..,.....! ii... 1UH(.IIU n.l tin. ninmliprs rn.,L'rVi' CUVUiiailt ..ui. l,,. .i.l.u.ti.il wlinn rati to - ....... i.w II1U i..n....n ...... v..w ...w......- tho former rulor Gov- showed that ui.vthe German Revolutionary M11V share. . ,1.1 llj ill. ."V ,.tt!ftu ll'llf.)l ATi- -lim .1... .tltt in tnlro w..,, Mf'Hnll tllllt lllaV 111311 1... ..11 II... ....... ......... . (might legally claim IT,, 000,000 marks lliu llhi.. ..." 2. A competent, reliable man, who shall be a citi he deemed wiso and effectual to safe- - ros8teij in tho executive council and as his own, but the Government de-- 1 . nauous. vuu I. by . . .. u n of tho states which mmnl Ilia neaco 01 elded to loud him temporarily only of the district and carefully selected with the approval j U to bo tho "friendly right" of oach compose that body of delegated. fli'O.OOo marks to moot prosont the people of the district, will be placed in charge of fflJwd nation to draw the attention of tho and further pxiibiihos. district. He shall be put under bond for a faithful In cano of league to anything which "threatens Suritoons apree that Tim correspondent's Informant, In formance of his duties, and for inefficiency, neglect or fail CutK, Hums. Bruises and Wounds the to disturb international peace. eilling attention to this dovolopemont, of performance of duty he shall be promptly discharg12. Tho morabor nations agree First Treutmont ta inpst Important do'lun d it put an end lo rumors that ure that should any dispute arlae which When n efficient antiseptic Is ap tho former ISmpcror had been able to ed and hi3 bond forfeited. eannot be settled by diplomacy, they plied promptly, thuro is no dancer of job. His duHo have no soft snap, or white-shir- t tuli- large immn of money with him will In uo case resort to war without infection and the wouud boj;in to when he fled Into Holland. ty will be to cee after the roud3, bridges and culverts all the Cartel, Ohio. "I sutured from n firat 8iibmittinB the mutter to arbi- heal at once. I'or use on man or o- female trouble which caused me much time and lo see after the distribution of lumber, material , tration or to iuvtetlgatlon by the boast, iioroaone is the ideal Antlww- a;-ana Tv." rir, docidocl A pain In tho sldo or back that and other supplies that are purchased and see that such three mouths after llc and Healing Arant. Buy it uow league and until doctors that I would have 'cntchoH you whon you strslchton up supplies and materials are promptly placed where needed. tits award Is made; and the award ind be ready for an emergency. I'riee j to kt through an culls for a rubbing application ot mado within six months of 25c, fiOc, 1100 and $150. Sold by' roust be ope. at ion before I Ballard's Snow Llnlmont. It relaxes He shall attend to the emergencies caused by sudden high n, Ohio County Drug Co. the time the dispute Is submitted. could gut wall. nnd permits 13. The parties agree that any " iiy mother, who the contracted muscles without suf- water or othcr came. He shall at all times see after the ordinary bodily motion upkeep, care and repair of road machinery and implefor ar- O.OOO.OOO.tMW HHAiJi KATUN had U n helped hi disputes whiah are suitable LyJiL'.Pinkham b fering or Inconvenience. Price 2Co, ments, and shall keep the fiscal court advised of the use 1IV AMKUIOAN HUiiUlMltS shall lw submtltetl to arbibitration V ' i t..blo Cwn-- 50c aud ?1.00 per bottle. Sold by of road machinery and the expenditure of tration and that thoy will abide by ' i ', (idylmU ino m and location Drug Co. t iibeforusuL-- i Ohio County The subsistence division of tho the decision rendered by the court ot road funds at all times. And his record shall be a public e. - ... ;lonoer-t war rteuartineut estimates that H.- arbitration. la es.se they should Jiecordj free and opsn for inspection alwayc. He shall .' reltaYtdmo the executive counell la to "pro- - 00.000 ineuls wcro eaten by Ameri i i ' v troubled have a sufficient number of crews of men to work the roads steps can best be taken." can soldiers during tho 19 months en I can da mv hr peM what .Itboutuny FOR FLETCHER'S well and good in every community. For his services, he , 14. The executive council is to ot warfare. At the time the urjcl..- - c I'fculty, 1 atlw'i.0 ar.y . who is ! . ...;.. w make plans for this perraanont in- ice was signed the orniy was con- j shall be paid a reasonable compensation to be determined v mr I v"s Sj f feed a --o-10.000.000 pounds ternational court. and agreed upon at the time of his employment. W-IB. If any dispute arises which .lay and over 1,000,000 .000 iHtuniU Bji. 141 Cth .,0,. V., a- MASTChlo. 3. Road crews shall be equipped with proper teams, j .MINIMUM. i'iti:si:T On .Tin 1. l19. It Ci?.':;i. V. is llablo to lead to a rupture, olthor iv.ira In rnaAfvn tools and materials necessary to work the hilta as well as boroctinii.ii there are serious condi' may report tho mattor to tho wae statod, tho food stored in tho party t,onB where a IlOKpital la tho "Washington, Feb. 28. Tho pres- the valleys, the narrow roads the same a3 the wide ones, oxeoutlvo council. Hoth sides aro United .Mutes and its possessions anil on, altcrnntlv buton operation jmmi the other present tholr voralons of the caso In transit overseas wsa vulued at u0 many T.oncnluvo been cured bvtliis ent Minimum prJco of $17.50 a hun- and shall be promptly paid reasonable wages for their ser.: to midfamous mntnn1 herb remedy, Ljwia E. dred for hogs, which explroa nt to tho council, which will then pub- $300,000,000. vices. Pinkliam'o Vegetable Compound! after night tonight will bo continued until Its verdict on tho matter. It tho lish 4. We propose to use Ohio County labor and Ohjip doctors havo Bald that an oncratidn was rrcsldont Wilson decided whether to Try This ''or tioar HUimacli. tho macouncil aro not unanimous, County teams. The people shall have the money spent existing embargoes on lift tho jority and tho minority uro to make B.t slowly, masticate your food It is understood tho food ad- right among themselves, and they shall have the benefits d. thoroughly. Kat but little meat and fair trial before submitting to such a reports and those are both to bo ministration is prepared to abandon of good roads all over the county. Hlthar party may havo tho (ions at all for impjiar. It you aro trying ordeal. ......... if comnlicatlona osist. wrlto to Lvdia tho hog price agreement policy if tho ., ... ..!,. " full body of .mi ..... Li.., i ...in. oui oiwiaawu iiou quHH subnilttsil to tho lll liuuuH.il "H" OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT, uinbargoos uro lifted. Otherwise tho one ut Oh.tarlfqh Tablets before daloatsti , K It so choosos. Session Feb. 27, 1919, price will be agreed upon for March. m exiwiienco is at your titiiw. 1 It any weiubor iistioa rsUuo golqg to bhl. Rules That Will Govern International Pact Hw other members ot tho league. nro then to dc- Th(j30 othcr mombc claro a boycott of the offending na tion, which Is to bo cut off from com Days Fasting And 1 Why Do Louisville People Choose The Louisville Herald As Their Morning Newspaper y. -t " ....".. .".. All The News o The World, iv.... .... ..i The Country, The State and The City com-Intere- well-bein- al te THE LOUISVILLE HERALD to indi-pende- nt two-thir- . I". l The Louisville Daily Herald and The Hartford Republican, hoth one year "n ihA wit i IIC I an for D Roads io Olio County yr -.- thrco-fourth- mm mrq mum Rfivn flMmfsPn aw PFJiiUlON - vill iiHii'i J K .? hJXLXtf&g: raitiIil"IUt.1llii)iiifor tt, ...."..' r a c o p Ni OliilcLren Ory t ! i . pub-lUhe- foKoSulftvUu i..,.i. r SffdyS Afe,. UA4 'Mb..w usutfaum '&, v V;u. ,., , ;- 1 , tfllsmi'il7i it tfr MMAnn' f IwilJsiBsstifllBr . Je. fflftlsssfsiirlP rift; riitTiMiiiBJfcirBtiiteii.i Wiii '.i .T7 "tiftrriissAiNMi -'t- - J-. - -- usini BTn mMmAit- hMitik&tok TrHt, IC' "" KT"a rovolvcr nnd butcher knlfo stuck In a bolt nbout his wnlst. nnd lf.O rounds of ammunition In a bag slung .. - V.U. ,y SUBMARINES TO U. S. over his shoulders, Qnrmnn shot down Ed Johnson, his farm tennnt ' nnd then, ns Jolinpon's wlfo was leaning ovor tho pnwtrnlo form, 0 arm an .. 'T-i- s EU For Exhibition To Public fired a bullet Into tho upturned face of tho dying man. And For Study By "To put him out of fits misery," 5,25 Experts. wnn Garmnn's explanation. Tho Encyclopaedia Dritannica vtiv A poso sought Gannon, who had u.t.r ii , & says about ihc manufacture of W'g--- r told tho county Jnllor tho day bc- . & WHshlngton, Fob. 28. Six of tho forc h0 wnH going to do sumothlnc. kr-t-V.jSMEVT BKSI smoking: tobacco, - .t. on tho 1 3 Jis w o U. ' mm urt . nf'"- 7 d f - TrlwtMir flsuvw 1' M4 f I HBLT German submarines urrendored In nmi ti,oy nov.T would arrest him. . -- : jrn wvow.' r- .r "!. T Continent and in America curtain 1L ,s4 " V HritlHh hHrbors aro to bo brought to JW' MA-- .'j vK ft I Ag Garman described it, ho hid on 'sauces' are employed . . . tho the United State soon for exhibition a nl,;n place o he rould seo hla own to tho public and for study by Amor- - homo nd w.itrhcd his pursuers close use of the 'sauces' is to improve lean experts. Thoy will bo repro- -. upo ),a hiding nhico. Ho fired the flavour and burning- qualities ocntallve of tho various types of Will Hendricks sprang upon him. of the leaves." boats, from mine plnntcrs to the La(i wounded Hendricks In tho nnn. grent deep sea cruisers. Then ho was nvprpnworctl and taken cmolce-enjoymcYour deIn announcing today arrangements j0 jjit pends as much upon the Quality for bringing tho submarines across Carman and Johnson quarreled the Atlnntlc had been completed, tho over tjl0 Way Johnson cultivated a and kind of flavoring used as .Navy Department said mo six craft icorn cron. Johnson had his gun with upon the Quality and aging: of wcro not part of any allocation of hliu when he was shot. Garman the tobacco. submarines to tho United States. Tho said Johnson pointed it at him. Mrs. ultlinato disposition of tho German Johnson said he was walking away Tuxedotobacco uses thepurcsr, under-se- a fleet, together with tho with his back turned. most wholesome and delicious of other surrendered German war craft Insanity was the defense. Garman all flavorings chocolate! That still Is subject to the peace confer- was thrown by a horse twenty years ence, It was stated officially. ago in McLean county, and his son flavoring-- , added to the finest of "Tho status of these vessels Is no- said it affected his mind. Ho culticarefully aged and blended wise changed," said the statement. Your car's usefulness is increasing every day. vated his garden by the light of lanhurley tobacco, produces Tuxedo Kegarding the bringing of tho six tern after midnight. Ho had "smothsubmarines to America, the depart- ering spells," he explained, and that It is becoming more and more of a real necessity the perfect tobacco ment's statement said: Is the way he worked them off. to you both in your business and home life. "Arrangements hnvo been complet"Your Ncsc Knows." His explanation of why ho curried ed to bring to the United States ports a gun about was that an automobile very reason you need good tires, now, For six of tho German submarines recent- hnd crowded him off tho road, and ly delivered in British harbors. These ho wished to make them give him more than ever. CUAPANTCID TO SOTI'f J vessels, selected us representing the room. different types of German submadependability that created so The out-and-ohe Some time beforo tho crime rines, will be brought over for e.xhl- - bought a coffin through a McLean Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo tremendous a demand for United States Tires in Dillon to tno puouc ana ror study by county undertaker. Ho wanted one briskly in the palm of your hand to times of war is just as desirable today. our engineers, constructors and sub-.-nbring out its full aroma. Then smell his first wife uas burled in" marine officers of the scientific it deep its delicious, pure fragrance ono that "wouldn't cramp him." pect for the machinery much of which 'Io intended to keep it in his bed-I- s It reduces tire troubles to the vanishing point will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let understood to bo very highly T,(J undertaker canceled the multiplying the usefulness of your car and putting ' Tujccdo stand or fall on your judg-incvelopcd. ' order when Garman was arrested. the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. There was no Indication that de- -i "Your Noso Knows." ju,iKe Quia, who wrote the opln- clslon had been reached as to the ion of lK0 or Appeals, stated United States 'Nobby', 'Chain', 'Usco', and 'Plain' ports at which the submarines would tno question of insanity had been r? be on public exhibition. to tho Jury, and are the most popular fabric tires built. They have j Bl,bmltted it the " Sheriff thinks the man insane, he all the strength and stamina our years of experience Take Herblno for indigestion. It ran have nn inquest. Thecourt.be-relicve- s flriii j ... ISSSfeSWWStffifer have taught us to put into tires. pain lu a few minutes j,nB ,mc of rcVew, would not tho ... .. ;w .Civr Tf in n r .1 I Vjvtf ,' xae ruisci iota.co to: J i?e acd LijiitUe dSV-Sfc-forces tho fermented matter jterfero with tho jury's finding. As s which causes the misery into the js usuai jn capital cases, tho whole There is also the United States 'Royal Cord', , . Gunmntcr bowels where It Is expelled. Price rourt sat. the finest i. built for passenger car use. 60c. Sold by Ohio Co., Drug Co. in For a Had Cold. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer has DAD ItOADS COST .MOW: . , v, . Tako Chamberlain's Cough Rome-dTiA. r jkh Ff:vjs4ffiKFf?'.:''. ' j t we-- -, exactly the treads you need for your car and the MONKV THAN GOOD ItOADS i-- i Mr - n ,m.aa,j ' It has stood the test of timo and m can bo depended upon. roads you travel. Hy Hodman Wiley. Tho above assertion sounds rather MAINTAIN HOG PRICE have been received recently. NOTICE OK JOHN He will gladly help you pick them out."Tho party at llelslngfors." said foolish, but if every man in Kentucky dkaTII HAKIiKYCOKN I'UIJLISIIKD summary, composed of will figure what bad roads are cost tho "was French, Urltlsh, Helglau nnd Italian ing hlin, the question will be solved, phlHdelphla, I'a., March 1, The .Miiiimuni Ho Kept Until Present citi7ons most of them lied Cross Immediately, and Jhere will be llen- -' UiUi Is Lifted, flowing death notice of a "notorious workers. Tho reports all agreo as to ty of money forthcoming for road citizen" has been sent to tho local the excessive cost of all necessaries work press by Mrs. Hessie F. Thatcher, of t and tho scarcity of food. Dog meat Ask the owner of any automobile YardvIUe N. J. WaKhliiKton Fob 28. The present is quoted at four rubles (f 2) a pound, how much moro it costs him to run "HAKLEYCOItN After a long Mmlnlinum prlco of $17.50 a hundred pork at CO roubles nnd bread at 1C inis machines ovor bad roads than esS( ,lue to a fall Trom public favor, pounds fur hogs, which expires at rubles. Tho country Is practically over good ones. How many tires j,,j,n ihirleycorn. at an advanced age. midnight, will bo continued until :i stripped of all manufactured articles, aie worn away, springs broken, extra u0iativos and friends, also the W. C. decision Is made by I'rosldont Wilson especially wearing apparel, and all gasoline and oil used. On good n League, all temper-smoot- h ,T v regarding tho existing embargoes on grain and supplies aro requisitioned roads a set of tires will easily anco societies and the general public pork nffecting neutrals and other by tho tovlut government from peas- Inst for 10.000 miles, but over bad aro rPs:,ectfully invited to attend the This statement was niado ants, who receive nothing in recountries. roads. It Is soldom that wo get more rnerai. Services will bo hold in admin- turn. today by ofiielals of tho food than four or five thousand miles outiovory jmj,iic meeting house January istration "Typhus is repotted to be spend- of a set of tires. j1G i920. Remains may bo viewed Snydor. it was said, Is ing 1,000 now cases being ruportcd Frank S at Take the man living In a rural ftnp iniv i intnrmniit in nunuwiMnMiMUt prepared to abandon tho hog pricos Moscow wuekly, und tho hospitals district where everything has to ba omit Cemetery. Kindly oblivion policy undor which a mlni-niut- u are agriuiuut care of thani. Lack hauled in ovor tho highways, tho flowers. Papers everywhere please unable to tako KILLED IN HA TTLE has been maintained from of milk has resulted in many death" KILAUEA VOLCANO morchant has to pay anywhere from'COj,y' sinco last October, of OK DIED OV WOUNDS mnnlh to month SPOUTING MEUIULY ;o cents to 51.00 for hauling his children from starvation. q $, if tho embargoes are lifted. Other-wls- o "Tho food situation in KuRsia is goods, on every barrel of flour that omaNlzK!) TiiIIOIt WILL a prlco will bo agreed upon for very bad and tho food Is distributed I jb San Francisco, Fob. 27 The 1, Washington, March Ilattlo uruitKUl inuiu jn u inui rumi mx PHOTEST IMtOIIIItlTION ' years is March. Thero may bo uo action deaths during the. war among all greatest activity In forty-fiv- e On in three categories, a full portion to of perhaps ono or two dollars. Monday participants, so far as available sta- reported from Kllauea, Hawaii, ono those doing heavy work, a halt por- every barrel of sugar thoro is a bad New York, March 1. The Central tion to employes of tho soviet govern road tax of from $1.50 to 3.00. Ev- - Federated Union has adopted unanl- - tistics fellow, were given today by of the world's greatest volcanoes, in I a letter received hero from L. W. de 1IHKL1N. Gen. March as 7,354,000. This ment nnd private houses and general ery pair of ovoralls. every pair of mousiy ., motion proposing tho s, secretary of tho Hawaiian only men killed in action or portion office work, and In fact everything that is tng 0f a convention to proclaim a Volcano Research Association. died of wounds. Mr lllpslcy HIkks, of this place, to peoplo not engaged In any occucarries with it a bad road tax. o strike it beer was shut off. "I have returned from a prolongIn tho list prepared by the General Miss Sarah Elders, of Ceralvo, pation. Ml Tho portions depend upon Hesldes ho can not market his goods JAUnntU. clty wns s(.ected as the ed stay at Kllauea volcano," he wrote. Staff Russia led with a total of ro married Thursday, at tho homo tho supplies at hand, a full portion so ho can really competo with men place of meeting and the second Mon- . . .i ii. Germany was second with "Tho lava column is undergoing uit ftio KOVOrrml iiarprr, uuur wmtu generally being one pound of broad living on good roads." it would cost day In June ns tho date. 1, COO, 000 nnd tho United States last unprecedented riso and is overflowwore accompanied by a small dally. Soldiers get an army portion any where from ten to twenty dolThis is tho time and place already ing in all directions from the flro-p- it ny of friends to tho homo of tho of two pounds of bread," halt a pound lars to haul to the market n load of with 50,000. Kim's mother, Mrs, Mary RIggs. of meat dally and nn additional timothy hay, 2,000 lbs., of tobacco fixed for tho annual convention of into tho main crater. There are Approximate figures for other na tho American Federation of Labor. tions were: Franco, 1,385,300; Eng- I now fivo lakes Instead of one. I iAioro a nlco reception awaited thorn. monthly allowance of two and one-ha- lf and tho bad road tax on ono ton of It is announced that returns from 800,-00havo wnlked, with Prof. T. A. Jag- Mr Vascoo llalril and wlfo spent pounds of sugar and one and such material would pay that man's tho referendum on tho "no beer, no land 700,000; Austra-HiingarItaly, 400,000; Turkey 250,000 j gor, Jrt, tho observatory director, Sunday with Mr. Halrd's sister, Mrs.' onu-hnpounds of tat. year. taxes for good roads for a work" strlko proposal submitted to flro-pl- t. Annlo Cnndlff, of tho Chapel neigh"All clothes and other necessaries lu addition to all these things, labor unions throughout the country Belgium, 102,000; Rumania, 100,-00- over tho wholo of tho area of Bulgaria, 100,000; Sorbin and on the nurfaco of tho lava column, borhood. can only bo secured through permis- good roads would allow him to visit show that 400,000 union members and came away with a sort ot beMontenegro, 100,000. Mrs Andy Ilalnl was called to tho sion of government by curds and at his neighbors, go to church, allow his have voted to strike as soon us the --o-g wildering kaleidoscope, ot whlto-ho- t bodsldo of hor fathor, Mr. Hiram fixed prices. children to attend school and so prohibition rider goes into effect. caverns, splashing fountains, unit McMullon, at Howling Green, who is "Tho rumor as to tho nationaliza- many things that are desirable that Ernest Holini, secretary of tho Cen- GERMANY TO PAY ON dangorously 111 of Influenza. All of tion of womon Is not true, although It seems unuecoEsary to try to enumINSTALLMENT PLAN seething turmoil, impossible ot, contral Federation Union, declared today nected description. It is a wonderhis children aro present, It being tho such a decree has been Issued by tho erate thorn in this enlightened ngc. that at clcst GOO, 000 men would go every man flguro for himself out in ?ew York alono and that the first timo thoy had all met together commissar of Saratov, but was ImParis, March 1. Tho Peace Con ful experience to stand at the side of Let mediately cancelled by tho sovlot gov- what good roads mean to him and movement is growing. within nlnctcon years. ference commission of reparation has a glowing cono ten feet high, und look down through a kind of window Mr. James King, of Smallhous, ernment and the commissar promptly ho will voto for tho 20 cent Itoad In introducing the resolution for virtually completed its study of tho I Into a roaring inferno boneath, while his daughter, Mrs. Pearlio dismissed. visited Tax every time ho gets a chance. Hannah indemnity which Germany must pay tho ground rocks and heaves under tho convention, President Thomasson, Saturday night and Sun"It Is not known that any serious sounded n warning that enforcement to tho allied and associated powers, one's feet. day. conflicts exist between Trotzky and Herblno cures constipation and re- of prohibition would precipitate a and the manner In which she must "As tho lava will continuo to riso Little Master Claronco Hernard Lonlno. Tho Uolshevlk power is establishes regular bowel movements. revolution. Tho same prediction pay. on until March 21, wo aro in for some of Smallhous, 1b visiting IiIb maintained by force of arms and ter- Price CO cents. Ross, Tho study has been based moro Sold by Ohio Coun- was made by James llngloy, of the very wonderful displays, and Jt Is grandparents, Air. und Mrs. Lewis ror as well as by an clubornto systom ty Drug Co. in pressmen's union and Morris llrown, what Germany Is cabablo of paying forty-fiv- e years sinco wo have had Easterdny. opposing spying und tho control of tho popuof rather than on what tho of tho clgarmaker's union. such Intense activity at tho crater. Private Earl Thomasson, who has lation of tho Uolshovlkt Is reported A. A. GAH.MAN, 80, "Any one familiar with tho labor powers lost in tho war. Gormany Mauna Loa, is becoming restless and TO HE KXIXHJTED boen in Franco, has arrived at Camp to bo moro effective and severe than movement and present conditions of will havo to make an Immediate pay- four great columns of smoko and inTaylor, and is expected homo soon. under tho reglmo of tho czar. unemployment knows wo are on tho ment, while the remainder will be Frankfort, Ky Feb., 28 On his brink of a volcano," Bald Mr. Hannah. scattered over a period of years, it Is candescent gus have been rising for "Most of tho factories have been some days, but tho absence ot earthobliged to shut down, and those that eightieth birthday, spent in tho Warunderstood. IlKFUGEEK REPORT HEAL night-glofrom thu d ren county jail, A. A. Gannon, perTho actual money in the possession quakes, and ot IN RUSSIA aro still running do not produce HOT THE ItANGE. CONDITIONS summit, appear to indlcato that no most hideous of tho normal output. As a it petrator of ono of tho of Germany is less than $2,000,000,-00- 0 In gold and thero is less than immediate eruption Is to bo feared." of tho closing of tho factories murders in tho history of the Stato, "Well, sir," nsked tho waiter, "how "Washington, Fob. 28. Additional Appeals did you find your beef?" $2,000,000,000 In sliver. It has Do you got up o night? light on tho Hltuutlon in tho portions workmen are leaving tho cities and will receive from tho court of nt Sanol said-th- o beou calculated that something may surely tho best for all kidney or blad-ft control It Industrial districts for tho villages word that his denth sentence- for tho happatron. "I Just "Oh" oV ItUHla undor llolshovlk has been securities, der troubles. where tho situation is uquallyis bad, killing of Ed Johnson Sanol gives relluf Is pened to shift 11 potato, und well, be realized from German glVcn by tho summary of reports but Germany's greatest asset Is, per- 24 hours form all backache und bladrecently from a number of us tho majority of tho poasauts there It was." Unless Insanity is proven or executo do any moro work than Is abhaps, her public works, railways and der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed mm rofugees who passed through rwmedy, SOc "Can tho doctors glvo tho rolntlvos mines. Hut oven 011 these, it is un- the dru etoro. and $1.00 a bottle r at way from Moscow solutely necessary for their susten- tive clemency intervenes, Garman on their uavo tho distinction of being tho of that rich man no hope?" has been derstood, the commission required all .to Stockholm. Tho summary was ance, us thoy arogqvormuent to sellvery will man ever electrocuted in Ken"Well wlile, today's my birthday!" "None whatever. They say ho Is unwilling to place such a load as will oldest surplus to tho at imide public today by tho Stato likely lo live for years." Haltimore drive tho Germans to the point of "Ob, I'm bo pleased. May I Imvt becauso of tho various con- - low prices and receive paper cur- tucky. new but, dear?" Utlca Globe. rency, in which they huvo no faith." Armed with a Winchester rifle, a, Anieikan. Jesperatton. tlictjnir accounts of couditions which J jAIa SmokmiflS&atxMs WILL BRING 0 GERMAN i aw jFhw&re d Mm "YourNoseKnows" mm sigfft "... - & BS&fc w "I1 1 m BffiP' ffiasK&aw '! lAm t 'ait r 1 v1 ' 1 ?'&-- A , .' - mwfj& r- -- U-,- as nt The More You Use Your Car The More You Need Good Tires that ut ke as-ia- ut o,rt I ts'y -- in-a- as'-- . , y. -, --- i.--..- 1? "'j - Ex-jto- rt ' Anti-Saloo- United States Tires i)ii bo-fo- re rop-rcse- call-shoe- n, one-four- th ht tIon-wid- ... J y, 0; lt 0; w one-thir- ro-su- - ed re-fu- rs 4C-y- &&G&?S&S2fXgSg& mwy (The Hartford Republican No lossal sum lias disappeared. wonder Henry Wattcrnon thanked God for a Republican congress. - I'utilMieil Weekly by BAItTFOKD l'MNTIXQ COMPANY . '. -- - J ih "' ' -- . .L'ialaaaaLk 'aaHr-KrrK- Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Trca- President s. Ktlltor JOHN HEXnV THOMAS S. T1NSI.KY, Associate Kdltor W. nnd lluilness Malinger. Entered nccordlnc to law nt the Tostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tlio second class. Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. to Tho President, nngored at tho action of tho senate, announces he will return to Europe nnd tell tho people there that tho American people are in favor of the ov nvholmlngly Ltwguo o fNatlons, but In the menn-tlni- e Europo will have' learned that senators, or n number large forty-on- e enough to veto confirmation of the project, hnvc signed tin ngrcomont lo kill It. Tho President's statement of his boars only the probability opinion; tho action of the senators Is a concrete fact. ', aaavCi t "' ' i '', ' ' jaaalaV';' - "tHfiVv W ' SwHtElfaHrafc HrP" llSlr iRv i?TeT6ar!iliS ''' ' !fiaWaiw!iMp Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to n now address must glvo tlio old nddress In making tlio request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 6c per Huo for additional Insertion. Obituaries, rtcsolutlons and Cards of Thanks, 5c per lino, money In advance. Church Notices for sorvlccs free, but other advertisements, Gc per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TKIjEPIIOXKS. Cumberland 123 " 7 notice to sunscmnEns. Farmers Mutual , J.'ItlDAY. ...MAlU'll ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce I. S. Mason tive of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election August 2, 1319. a candidate for Representa- We are authorized to annoiinco George linker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for tho nomination for Stato Senator in the 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election, August 2, 1,919. The war gardens will soon again bo in a high stato of cultivation. If you want tho road tax to carry, go to the polls early, stay all day, nnd urge your neighbor to vote for It. With the close of the Sixty Fifth Congress at noon Tuesday, govern- ment by executive will gives way to thu rule of the people. Tho President should advertise in the foreign papers for his lost "fourIt would at least reteen points." mind thu people ho once had them. a ruined and deThe spised old man, living apart from all that men most love. Is tho most miserable of men. Truly tho wages of sin Is death. If delegate Wilson again offers a League of Nations resolution at tho poai'o conference wo hope no Impertl-.numember of that body will demand to hTo his credentials. There is not a voter In tho county who does not know that some day Ohio county will have good roads, nnd that they will be paid for by a special road tax; then why not now? A nt Democratic newspaper says, "Taft, thu biggest Republican of them all, Is for tho League of Nations, Whatever the politicians may think, tho Republican voters will follow him." Perhaps they may, but If our memory serves us .rfcht, only the Republicans of Utah and Vernuint followed him In 1912. Whon the acrmnns in 1870 demanded a billhin dollar indemnity from Franco tho world was staggered at thu sum. Now tho Allies will demand an Indemnity of 120 billions at tho hands of the conquered . Huns. This Is nearly equal to tho total ' wealth of tho central umpires, but tho payment Is to bo distributed over a period of thirty flvo years.' Truly bo who dances must pay tlteiflddlcr. Did tho Legislature delegato the authority to levy Taxes, to the Stato Tax Commission? Tho action of that body seems to assume as much. tlio stato is hoavlly In debt and needs the money, 'the State Tax Commission undertakes to Increase llo-cau- so tho tax by peremptorily ordering tho county tax commissioners to assoss their counties at a fixed sum. Such action does as a matter of fact operate to increaso tho tax rate. wisely adjourned without making tho three quarters of a billion dollar appropriation to continue government bungling with railLast yar road management. appropriated $500,000,000 for the MeAdoo railroad exiterlment, ami d freight losylte higher pauMUHr rate, all but ?00,oi0,g00 gf that ugl. Ooagresis One of tho chief hindrances of '6 : Justice In our courts Is fnlso swearing. Tho practice is common and .0 In many trials at law notorious. witnesses swear pro and con about of questions plain, unmlstnbablo j4eaHaaOaHH3MHaW 'aflaaam. rT t X. AiaflaaaaaalaaVaaHaavKu fnct. In hiicIi capes the Jury must be daaaaaaa must be the Judge, nnd Its Judgement frequently nt fault, of who Is swear' iwiaaaaLawRuavflHaaV ing the truth and who Is swearing falsely. We will not nssumo to HaMBflaaaMaSKflBOHr tho court how best to correct this wellknown difficulty of bringing tho facts of a case to the minds of To a layman, untrained the Jury. In such matters, the remedy would appear to be to send a few perjurers An occasional to the penitentiary. Indictment is brought for false swearing, but we do not recall ever having known a conviction in such cases. In many cases It ought not to be dlfll-cu- lt to find evidence to warrant a conviction. If some witnesses on the stand knew there were a few people Cu.tr.,1 l'lt, Ky , M.inh. , l'J19. doing time at Eddyville for swearing To the voters of Ohio County: lies on the witness fctnnd It would At tho earnest solicitation of a number of the leading Republicans, of glvo them a soberer notion of the Muhlenberg County, 1 have entered the race for the nomination for Stato sanctity of an oath. Senator, from the 7th Senatorial District, or Kentucky, to be voted for at The chances for tho Republicans the regular primary election on Augut Hud., 1919. to carry Kentucky this year just now In keeping with the rotary policy, of this district, composed of MuhNo strong man appear encouraging. lenburg, Ohio and Butler Counties, It Is Muhlonburg's time to name the has offered for the Democratic nomi So far the par Candidate. nation for governor. ty declines to line up for Black. CherIn seeking this nomination, 1 desire to say to the people of Ohio ry or Carroll, the three announced County that 1 spent 20 years, of the best portion of my life. In the Cool candidates, and tho dominant ele- springs and Beaver Dam Voting products, and east my first vote in the Coed ment of tho party, under the leader I hereby pledge myseir..if nominated and fleeted, to ship of Beckham and Haley, threat- Springs precinct, and ens to bring out a fourth candidate. orcqult myself In such a manner as to reflect credit upon the people of and the use of all honorable means at my command to secure the enOut of such condition friction and arise. actment of just and equitable laws for the people of the State of Kentucky confusion must of necessity With Beckham and Stanley snarling If nominated anil elected I shall assume the duties of this office with a full at each other over tho matter of fed-ormeasure patronage, harmony Is hopeless. knowledge of the Importance attached thereto, and shall strive to people whom It shall be my McAdoo's blunder In the matter of up to the requirements and expectation of the government ownership of railroads nleatiire to serve. and Wilson's fiasco with the League Your influence and support is .irnestly solicited. of Nations will weaken the DemoVery Truly Yours, cratic forces. The returned soldier GEORGE BAKER. is wanting in enthu'daHn for the party In power, and the record of Stanley at Frankfort smells to the sky anoe that causes the timid to want to courted it. , Proud, imperious. IndifAgainst such handicaps Is a Republi- run away, and the strong to approach ferent to those who were willing tu can party, strong and united, which them with a reverent manner. Peokneel at her feet, she was humblo a will have for Its leader the best lov- ple whoie might, and worth of soul. saint, toft as a Minboam. to those ed public man in all Kentucky. To she so often kneeled forth in form, lu carriage at whose beds-idthe advantages mentioned must be and in manner. These are the favor- Thl9 Woman I Knew, vhoo place added the fact that the tldo of this ed few that Nature has marked for was in tho clouds, elected to be the country, to quote the Democratic mastery of the world, and one of such servant of poverty and pain and Lexington Herald, Is running toward was tho Woman I Knew. wretchedness In tho great llfowork the Republican party. No man can 1 shall never forget the first time to which sho had dedicated her all foresee what Is in the womb of time, I met her, how 1 wanted to run away This Woman I Know, who was fit to but a careful survey of the political and avoid her. 1 thought her fit. have princes at her feet, evui in th outlook at tho present time offers js in truth she was, for the company presence of the pensioner of her much to encourage the Republican's of queens anil nobles, and 1 knew I bounty, graced her labors with mahope for a splendid victory In the as not a noble. She appei.n'd cold jestic dignity, while her great heart state, in Novomber. of love to ml formal and resolutu, and her quiet unburdened its wealth dignity was finer than I had ever those who needed it most. - Fate had CKKAIA'O. feen beforo; and yet beneath the cold robbed the multitude of thone glares dignity of her manner I thought I that men most admire, and women '.Mrs. Mattyo James and children, hoard the low murmur of a warm most envy, to richly endow tho Womfreighted with nobility an I Knew, but to her those charms of Matanza, are spending a few days woro chalf, while she relieved tho with her mother,, Mrs. W. D. Bar- of purpose. nard. When I camo to know her I learn- meanest wants ami the humblest need. 1 nevor Inquired; I had no right to Mrs. Blrdlo Eudaley was the guest ed to admlro and reverence and lovo of her mother, Mrs. Louis Splcor, of her. This woman of courtly bear- know, and yet ' I havo sometimes ing and regal manner was cold and wondered If Fomewhore aback her Nelson, from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Sharp, of near hero, Is formal und Immovable only to those pathway of life, Death had broken very ill at this writing, of dropsy. who, enamored of her charms, court- nor bow of hope, and If In somo quiet cemetery there Is a gravo that is Mr. and Mrs. Press Brown, of ed her partial attention. Her Equality, wero tho guest of tbolr heart was, indeed, aflame with lovo, sometimes bedecked with flowers and sister, Mrs. C. B. Everley, Saturday but It was lovo for sick and dying bedowed with tears by tho Woman and Sunday. mortal men, not thobo who selfishly 1 knew. Miss Huzel Kvorloy, of Rockport, was in our uiidst a few days last week. Mr. Pink Sharp, of near Louisville, spent a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. J. W. .Sharp. Mr. Hershel Ashby, of Centortown. visited his uncle, Mr. Bud Hill, last week. Misses Athyl and Ama Wood visit ed their undo, Mr. Robert Hunter, of Equality, recently. Mr. Elbert Brown and family, who have been living in Kingsland, Ark., havo moved back hero. Mr. Archie II. Brown, of Equality. spent Saturday and Sunday with bis eouslns, Misses Ora, Cara and Loreno Everley. Miss Grace Hill visited friends, at Hellln, last wook. Mr, Hlpsloy Rlggs has moved Into tho house vacated by Mr. D. A. H11L Mr. Gcorgo Iglohcart, of Matan- zas, was in our midst Sunday. .flaaaaaaa 'mm Kabo ad-U- aaaaaaaLH'J "Live Model' Cor-- , Front Lace and Back Lace sets and Brassieres. Women today find it a special duty to be an example of efficiency. Your Kabo Corset will help you not only to act the part of youth and efficiency, but 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 js 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 strength, will give you additional months of wear. Price 51.50 to $5.00. Let us show you our new . spring line. .lijitf'? vt al Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Ky. 'V a-- SPRING igy.aMHgiamaoT.Tmjin'.vrCTSSHa I life-strea- It is with pleasure we announce the arrival of our NEW SPRING SUITS and COATS onderftil Values, New-est Styles - 1 fai P in all the wanted colors and fabrics. I g Poultry Wanted We have a poultry car at Cen tral City all the time, and pay car prices at Hartford, every day in the week, so don't worry about 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 wit! do (.ho rest. Look at our DRESSES, WAISTS and SKIRTS. Also it will be to your advantage. A WOMAN I KNEW. By I. I). Claire. g receiving car prices. We guarantee contracts made by phone, call us over either line. Davidson-Seay-Adam- g '.--' eon-Kre- ttt Wu moot along life's Journoy a fow people who stand out from tho multi tude, like the church spire abovo the tiled roof of a city; people you moot ou the atreet who, even before you Cg hear them itak, aeem fit for and attention. There la a wnjuety about thylr appeur- re-Ite- ct com-twlllB- K s Llcenso No. (2.0-178- Company ELLIS & BRO., Managers, . E. P. Barries E3io Pb V. E. g00&0 Hartford, Kentucky. p Beaver Dam, Ky. 6ffiseea Mr. Clarcnco Kcown, of Nnshvlllc, Miss llculnli Pnlmcr, of McIIcnry, visited friends In Hartford TucRday. came up Monday to visit his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cal P. Kcown. ArPersons In need of some one to dig riving here .Mr. Kcown finding that his parents were both out of town, post holes will cnll on, returned home Tuesday morning. IJKIIT I'KTTV. Mrs. .1. II. 11. Carson Is In LouisMr. W. T. Lawrence, of Enttnllty. has sold his farm to Mr. O. Klttlngcr, ville, where Mio ncnt to visit her daughter, Miss Annlo Hay, who Is atof Muhlenburg county. tending thn Loulsvlllo Conservatory Mr. Hud Cooper, cashier of tho of Music. MIks Annlo Hay recently ,linnk of Kordsvlllo, was n Republican underwent an operation for removal of her toiiFlls. officer visitor Monday. ainrch has no far been an unpro 11. II. Carson Is In eastern thlB week, buying the spring ductive month, matrimonially speaking, only one couple, WIlllo Preston, stock of goods for Carson & Co. of Spring Lick, and Mips Oma Smith Mr. W. K. Smith, of Ceralvo, was of Rockport, have taken a chance of Mr. .1. Attention Autoist Let us figure with you on tires. The best is always the cheapest. We sell the LEE PUNCTURE PROOF and the famous GOODRICH. nirakets t B WWm the guest of his sou, Commonwealth's Attorney, C. M. marrying Smith, Monday. in the month of oat sowing and cqulnnctlon storms. fflj SPRING COATS AND COAT SUITS. Our entire line of Spring Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Waists, Ready to Wear Dresses are now in and ready for your inspection. Mr. Thomas llarnard, who Is with The seventeen year locusts are duo tho Uoml Tie Company, at Decatur. this year ,and it Is predicted they will Alabama, is the guest of the family appear In greater numbers than they of Mr. Frank lllack this week. have been seen for many years. There two distinct broods of locusts, Frank Tichcnor. son of Jailer Worth are seventeen year and tho thirteen - tho Tichcnor, who has been in the nillitaiitQtnr.iil fiiit Inct year broods. It happens that the wnu vi in.vlpn ...... ..... .... wt-j n. appearance of tho two broods is coinweek, and came homo Saturday. cident this year, which accounts for expectation of unusual swarms Salllo Harris, Mary and James, tbo children of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin of the insect. Dean, are visiting Mrs. Sarah Collins I have ordered two more fine II. Uarnes spent tho Mrs. The Hartford Republican end with1).relatives at Centcrtowu.week- Smith, at Sulphur Springs, this week cockdrals fiom E. H. Thompson strain of barred rocks out of Amenia, Mr. Joe Mason died, at his home N. Y. and will be ready to book eggs MARCH 7 VKIII.VY It was good to hear the church near Trlslcr, Wednesday. Mr. Ma- for setting March 1st., at tho old bells ringing again Sunday morning son was about eighty years old. He price, $2.00 per setting. Sold ten was tho father of John nnd Charlie pullots thnt were almost one year old ., II. ic K. It. It. TIME TiBLH. Mrs. Anthony Coons died at her Mason, of Fordsllle. octb Bound, No. 115 that brought mo $2.3S each, average Dae at Hartford... ... ... -- .9:06 a. in. home at Itockport, of a complication almost 9 pounds each some birds. of troubles. Mr. D. F. Daniels, of the Heda North Hound, No. 114 Had better book your orders country, sold 2,300 pounds of prloi early as I 6.46 p. m. Duo t Hartford hac only two pens this Miss Irene Ward, of Nocreek, Is tobacco for Which ho received $001. year. (Uoth "Mixed" Trains.) J. C. ILER. Miss Clarice Ward, The tobacco sold all the way from vlBlting her sister. lit Detroit Michigan. 17 to ?53 u hundred The Ladles Aid of tho Methodist COATS. All the new ones, in the newest spring shades, including the new Military Cape. Call and see 4 them. COAT SUITS. Many new models are shown this spring. Charming in style and workmanship. SILK AND GINGHAM DRESSES Beautiful styles, at prices in reach of everybody that want nice material. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. An endless variety of Muslin Corset Covers, Gowns, Teddy Bears, Camisoles, Chemise, Etc. See this department and remember that it pays to trade with a House that saves you money. airs. S T Harnett had a telegram Mrs. Harriet Hoover, of Central City, returned homo Monday, after n Wednesday announcing tho death of i few days visit with her mother, Mrs. her jicphpw, Oscar DeMoss, at St., Charles, Ky. airs. Harnett left Tues 11. H. Collins. day morning for that point to attend Mr. and Mrs. Juck Foreman, who tho funeral. Tho young man had have spent the winter with their son, Just returned from military service, Frank, at Hazard, Ky., returned in France. homo Tuesday. Joe Harnett Rogers, a soldier at Mrs. C. M. Harnett, who spent the Camp Tajlor. died of spinal meninwinter with her daughter, Mrs. K. gitis Saturday, and was buried with W. Cooper, at Nashville, returned military honors In Cavo Hill Cemetery, Tuesday. Tho young soldier home Tuesday. was a son of Rev. nnd airs. Joe H. Mr. J .1). Cooper, of Fordsvllle. Rogers", formerly of this county, but came to Hartford Monday, and (imli-I- I now of Chicago, III. ed as executor of the estate of Rachair. Rodman Wiley, of Frankfort, el Johnson, deceased. spoke hero .Monday In tho Interest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B Crowder, of good roads. A good sized crowd Horton, recently returned from a trip heard him at the court house. If through Alabama and Texas, vhere every voter in the county could have heard air. Wiley's speech there would they v'sltcd relatives. be no doubt about tho result of the tax election to he held Saturday. Hon. George Haker, of Central Clt-- road y, J, F. Casebier & Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. was here Monday, In tho Interest Wo now have the ono and two row of his race for the Republican nomiHooHlcr corn drills. Osborne Disc nation for State Senator. Harrows with trucks and tandem atItay Cook, son of Judge Mack tachments. One horso Cultivators 5 14 teeth. Fifty and sixty Cook, who has been located at Camp with and Taylor, was mustered out of the ser- tooth section Harrows. We Invite your Inspection. vice and came homo Saturday. W. E. ELLIS & HRO. 4- -t Tractors a. . L.I .1 2&2&l&Cb I I ...i. ... Are you interested? Then write us a Post Card and we will explain to you about one of the very best Tractors on the market. It is simple in construction. It is practical and easily operated. It is built on a common sense plan. A farmer can operate and adjust it without the aid of an expert. Let us hear from you, and ve will tell you about this Tractor. ;- Dr. A. D. Park, of Rockport, was Wednesday. Tho Doctor n town shows tho effects of overwork during and Social Euents, the flu epidemic. He has lost about Mrs. Hortha Duke and Miss Vera twenty pounds of fleslf. Canon, H)f Heda, were ple.is.int Tho influenza epidemic seems to Ulloy was In Owensboro callers! at this office Monday. Mr J C have practically subsided in Ohio Tuesday Mr. L. M. Render, of Louisville, county, and tho general health weok-on- d guest of his parents, of tho people is perhaps betMr Ernsi Wallace will leave soon ,vas the ' Jlr. and Mrs. W. I). Rentier. tor than for many months. fur Alabama. Mr. Uuck Personal News Allen and daughter-in-laMrs. John Allen, of Fordsvllle, were in town Tuesday. Church has arranged for a Great Lecture to be given on Monday evening, March 10th, at tho aiethodlst Church, and beginning at 7:30 sharp. Tickets are now on sale at 25 and 33 cents. Tho proceeds are to be account. applied on their carpet This promises to be a great evening Everybody asked of fun and facts. to join them. LADIES AID of tho aiethodlst , Church. Tho local exemption board Is still busily engaged straightening out tho records of that offico. S. O. Kcown and S. T. namott, members of tho by J. F. Redding, board, assisted former clerk of tho district board at aiadisonylllo, Henry Dlckason and .Miss Jlay Rone, formerly of tho board, and airs. S. O. Kcown, are proformlng tho work. They will ba ablo to complete tho work and close the board about the mlddlo of next week. Itus-scllvil- lo ' ..'. Fordsvllle Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. We have nil kinds of Loose Garden A d Soud lLER'S GRO. Mr Hill Keene, of Trisler, was In town yesiuru;i). W FOR LIMK and CKMHNT. K Kills & Dro. Rnv A. 1). Lltchflold go to 33M will preach at Wt. Herman, Sundoy. Holhrook Mr. and airs. Rowan air. Louis Riley, local manager for came up Wednesday night for a few tho Armour Company, was a guest days with friends in Hartford. of tho Company at a banquet, given to its employes at the Seclbach Mr. Morris Harnett attended the Hotel, Iu Louisville, last week. burial, in Louisville Tuesday, of his "ei'how, Mr. Joe Harnett Rogors. 3Irs. Sallio Shrader, of Pattlevllle, died of troubles incident to old age, The yellow slip on your Republi- near Pattlovlllo, Sunday. She was can tells Just when your subscription tho mother of air. Nink Shrader, a expires. If your time is up, pay up. well known citizen of that i Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING 1919 t Onion sets and seed potatoes in Mr. Roy Keown, of FordRville. was both quality and quantity yes, at ' Rov. II .C. Truman, of Fordsvllle, among our Monday visitors. right prices too was In town Monday. Urothor TruACTON HROS. roturnej Tuesman was a Union soldier in tho sixRev Walter Creep ties, but still appears strong and vigday from a trip to Alabama. Mrs. Lawson Raines and Mrs. Ena orous, and good for a long lease of John Allen, of Fordsvllle, was Pholps, both of Roslne, wero visited life. Mr by tbo stork last wook. Hoth are among our visitors, Monday. boys. airs. Cal P. Keown, In charge of Dr. J. W. Taylor, wont to Louisvlllo King, with his family, Mr. Moton Sunday, where she will undergo a Wo shall thank our correspondents will move to Fort Worth, Texas, noxt and others to report tho return homo serious surgconical operation. lfer week. of soldlor, boys, elthor from camp or daughter, airs. Virgil Elgin, also accompanied bor to Louisville. good prices for Eggs and overseas. Will pay Mrs. Mlnnlo Hlankenshlp qualified, air. Virgil Shown, of Heda, holds In county court, as executrix of the Ohio County's record prico for bur-le- y Hlankenshlp, air. Shown recently tobacco. Mr. Arvls Wedding and family, of estate of Mrs. Luotta sold, on tho Owensboro market, 900 Narrows, have moved to Newburg, deceased. plants of burloy that brought him laillnnn I lUUiaUUi a t jur. ;. i uoopvr, 01 rt oum wukuiu, $20G, or about 23 cents a plant. .. l1fl tr In tit ii mu uuuu tui vioit - nf i liinHdMY. fir h Knnmiiv. jo iu 41 si nntiitltf f jm n ill t vitll t Cary Crowder's storo, at Horton, is townjtives. Mr. Cooper left Ohio county called at' this offico wbllo In for tho northwest about flfteon years no exception as a village loafing M place, In winter weather, for tho ago, UIIU HUO U4UUU I1UUU Ulll IIIUIU. farmors of tno vicinage. While tho Company are repairing Fair and young bunch was discussing crops for the Wftiiteil To trado good building and painting their storo stock for a good reliable team of approaching suavon, Georgo Tucker tills woek. work horsef, must ba eouud and of solomnly announced hi lntantlun to aoros of tobacco, provided ralM a r. sittvana. of I'witUs, Irtu.guod ilzo. i. " Cpry ko.pt good fires the, rojt of th JOHN W. SANDBFUR, of told his farm to Mr. Roy Brown, wlHtor. Hartford, Route, 7. Littlo Bond. In this issue of tho Republican will be found tho anuoucemeut of air. I. S. aiason, of Ueavor Dam, for tho Butter. Republican nomination for Repre sentative, air. aiason Is wollknown For to tho people of Ohio county. a number of years ho was ono of tho county's loading educators, and is now engaged in Insuranco work. air. aiason Is a faithful and actlvo Republican, and would honor both himself anil tho county as a member of Kentucky's law making body. The stockholders of tbo Hartford Printing Company held a meeting at Its offices Saturday morning, for tho purposo of olectlng a board of directors for tho onsulug year. Tho old board, C. E. Smith, M. L. HeavrJn, Owon Hunter and Kd Harrass, was reelected. There was a vacancy on tho old board, which was supplied by tho olectlou of air. I. S. aiason, of Uoavor Dam. At u meeting of tho Hoard, of Directors, later In tho day, an organization was offected by electing 0, K. Smith. President, ai. L. and W. S IIovrUi Tinilfjfc Sicratary ami Traasuwr. Vlos-Prold- nt The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars for the lowest possible price, consistent with dependable quality, is too well known to require comment. Therefore, because of present conditions, there can be no change in the price on Ford Cars. Runabout Touring Car Coupe $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 . ii. ILER'S GRO. V. .- , Sedan Truck Chassis The prices F. O. IB. Detroit. t- E. P. BARNES & BR Beaver Dam, Ky. ",'$-0'M" tn ' i MtMWUMM ? srsr ManMi WHMfrlu sscacpss: ' fi3lfW&" - comploto summary of tho world's casualties complied by tlio Manchester Guardian. This number, hugo ns It IsJ does Paris, March 1, Mnrslitil Koch CIKCUIT COUUT. HKAVKIt DAM. presented today to tho Council of the not Includo many deaths attributed It Is often dcslrablo In pasturing than the uso of poisons and traps. Judge II. W. alack, Owensboro. Department of Great Poworn tho military tcrmo to Indirectly to tho war, Tho United States Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKcnne?. to fenco off n portion of a field Iiors but Includes a Clork It. W. King. temporarily. About tlio best tem- Agrlculturo has dovclopcd and per- n bo Incorporated in the peace treaty. mortality of 4,000,000 from pneu- Com'th. Attorney C. K. Smith, Hartmethods of oxtormln-nt'o- These will bo considered Monday, monia nnd Influenza dud to war conford. fected practical Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. porary bop fence Is made of Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. which hnvc been successfully with tho naval terms already R. F. Stevens. Marshal woven wire stretched In d ditions. or S Otto C. MarIiors nro easi- applied over wide territory. The total allied lossos woro 5,500.- - .Muster Coiiinilvdoiicr to tho council. the ground. Well-fe- d FORDSVILLK. tin, Hartford. The Iluronu of Hlologlcal Survey of Tho military terms provide for tho ooo. excluding a largo number ofj ly kept In place ,but underfed ones with the disarmament of Germany down to French civilian dead Department 'unl Col P. Koown, Ch'm'n. Hoard W. R. Jonci. will require more substantial fencing. tho Tho total 'Trus,co ,,llr public in organizing and carrying out twenty divisions of 10,000 men onch, deaths suffored by tho Central PowHartford Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kosslngor. Grcon forago Is an aid to tho eco- systematic campaigns against animal Including flfteon divisions of Infan- ers aro phtciAl at n little more than let Monday In March 13 dayB pests and Invites correspondence on try and flvo cavalry. Sovero restric- half tho allied figures, or something Cora'th. nnd Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. nomical production of pork. pasture- supplement- the subject. 1st Monday in May 12 doyi Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CAI.KNDAIL A permanent tions nro placed on tho manufacture over 2.000,000. Protection of their natural enomlos of all clauses of war materials, and in July 12 dayB The llrltish omplro nnd Indln lost 1st Monday ed with County Hoard of l.'ducatlon. crops Is most Is urged a an important aid In con- the military and commercial use of S0S.S24 lives, Including victims of temporary forago Com'th. nnd Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. pests. trolling rodent .satisfactory. the airplane, is limited to tho min- air raids. The figures for olhor In 3d Monday In Septombor 12 days Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartdividual nations arc virtually thu Grcon forage alone Is little better imum. Civil. ford, Ky. Cjine Sirup Greatly Gnlu. Uoyond Marshal Koch's presenta- same as previously published. than a maintenance ration. Where 4th Moudfty In November 12 dnys Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvillo, From ribbon cane, 3G, 730, 000 y rapid gains arc desired, tho hogs Tho nrtlclo sots forth tho follow they were tion of tho terms Com'th. and Civil. Ky. of sirup were made In tho United not discussed. should have a liberal allowance of The naval terms now ing Interesting facts not commonly Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COUUT. grain. Tho rulo should be: All the States in 1018, according to the flrsv before tho council not only provide known: Ky. estimate of this product by tho Italy lost 300,000 from disease in Moots first Monday In each month. grain they will eat without waste. for the complete suppression of GerDlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosino, of Crop Estimates of tho United many's submarine equipment, but nl- - the war zone, or three-fifth- s Growing forago crops and grazing Judo Mack Cook. as many Ky. of Agriculture. sn fnr flin tnrmlnnt luti nt nil milt. as was killed in action. States Department County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. them off on tho land is an efficient Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevons, Heavd of this was mado In Louisi ill a ri no Clerk W. C. Dlankenehlp. method of Improving soils depleted warfare by all nations ' It Is estimated that 4,000,000 Arer Dam, Ky. ana, and below that state in order of throughout tho world, thus ending menians, Syrians, Greeks nnd Jews, Sheriff S. A. Uratcher. in organic matter. Dlv. No. C Nat Dudley, Center-towGeorgia, tho uso of Superintendent K. S. Howard. The exercise obtained In grazing production nro Alabama, the submarine in naval were massacred by tho Turks. Ky, on the Mississippi, and Florida. In the cen- warfare. lias a beneficial influence One million Serb civilians died Jailer Worth Tichonor. sirup Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In sus year 1900, tho rlbbon-can- u Tax Commissioner health of hogs. Tho provision for dismantling the through massacre, hunger or disease. D. E. Ward. Februnry; let Monday In April: made was 23,0S3,43O gallons. The fortifications of Helgoland nnd Kiel Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Gorman submarines killed some Monday in Juno; 1st Monday lu Au 19 IS output, therefore, shows an InHogs Like Sncet Clover. Coroner E. P. Itodgers. Canal has been made the subject of 7,500 neutrals. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Sweet clover Is an excellent pastur- crease in nine years of 50 per cont. reservation by Admiral Henson, rep FISCAL COUKT. Monday in Dccomber. age crop for hogs. The animals may Only 13,000,000 gallons were made resenting tho United States, whereby County Hoard of Examiners 1910 bo turned on tho field the first year in the census year 1S99. Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday tills shall not bo a precedent appliFOR FLETCHER'S Sorghum sirup, also, has increased cable to American canal and harbor E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fu- r, In January, April nnd October. after sowing the crop, as soon as tho W. S. IIIII. h growth. greatly since the latest census year. defenses, such as Hellgate, Cape Cod plants have made a 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school' From this time until late fall an The gain of 191S was 46 per cent Canal nnd others. Routo 3. ANYTHING WITH A KICK diploma examination. abundance of forage is produced, as and of 1017, a inoro favorable year Hartford, The proposal for tho destruction IHtf.N'lC IN HAMPSHIIti: 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearto send for maturing the cane, 123 per cent of tho largo German warships Is ap- Heaver Dam and Fordsvllle. pasturing induces the plants er Dam. Portsmouth. N. H.. Mnrrh 1. out many tender, succulent branches. Sorghum sirup Is one of the farm proved in the report by the British Here aro ft few ()f ,ho ..poisonous 3rd District Q. D. Ilrown. Simmons. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school season after products that have declined and in and American naval authorities, but Pasturing the second 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- - Heaver Dam and Fordsvllle. (,rlks.. of (lrv Portanumtn. jnmnIca planting may begin as soon as tho recent years have "come back "Tne mu riciitu sun mum- rusurvuuons town. , i ,i,l- ,.,.,.. ..i May 10 and 17 County teachers' ,.i,.,. riiifvi i,.. a t 111 ait lliiini Wl tl 11 (jV JUILL 3th District W. C. spring. If the product of 1S70 was about 2h,l00,-00- 0 against the destruction of theso ships. Lvlth growth starts in tho (White) Hartford. examination. yc;lHt cakc8 ha,r ,on,Ci ,nvcmler 24,200.-00- 0 gallons, of 1SS0 about field is not closely grazed the second ...,. . Tho Supreme Council is cxnected -- ,.... May, 23 and 21 County teachers tiuui irinii i..isiH curnmning tlth gallons, of 1S00 about 17,000,-00- 0 to pass on this and other naval and iiii-1yoar it is advisablo to clip, it occaDistrict W. S. Denn, Dundco. )Hci, nn(,s who,0 c()rn wth ,. examination (colored) Hartford. gallons, and of 1000 about stubsionally, leaving an eight-inc- h military subjects on Monday. , H. F. Rico. FordBvllIo. ,sIns McchnrJno , June, 20 nnd 21 County and Julce amI 7th District gallons. The estimate for ble, so as to produce a more succunumerous other patent medicines 8(h District D. C. Rhondcs. Hnrt-forexamination (white) Fordsis 37,472,000 gallons and for IIIIKI'MATISM CUUK1) UV 1017 lent growth. Routo 5. containing alohohol. Itepresentative vllle. An acre of sweet clover pasture or- 101S it Is 29,224,000 gallons. OH MONKY HACK .. "XUMHKK f June, 27 and 2S County nnd d lIcclarcs tnat le HAUTFOUD. These two cane sirups equaled dinarily will support 20 to 30 shoatcs. poisonous concoctions nro at thu state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Hean. in addition to furnishing a light 05,974,000 gallons In 191S, abou Frank Staser, Newburgh, lip., stntlnn. Iinvln- - linnn enlvm! In Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. cutting of hay. For the best growth 30,600,000 gallons in 1000, and states "I buffered with rheumatism ...w .......v.., .... ...0 W..W. W.MW.. ... ralds. July, Ohio County Institute, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. of the hogs they should bo fed each about 30,200,000 gallons In 1890. for several years and tried numerous, Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebicr. Uoth are entirely consumed In this rP!iiP(H' with llttlo nr nn linnnflt. day two pounds of grain for each 100 Sopt., 19 and 20 County nnd cry for morejMcm,enhaI1.8 SuaiJier 40 was recom- - r. s. WILL rONTLVl'i: Tho war-tim- e pounds of thu hog's weight. Pigs country. ROCKPORT. CONTIlOli OF HAlMtOADS Stnto teachers' examination, (white) food and the sugar restrictions doubt mended to me and I used Jn all six are very fond of sweet clover roots, Ch'm'n. Hoard James Wilson. Hartford. and for this reason should be ringed less caused increased production of bottles nnd am entirely cured. I Clerk Rushing Hunt. Washington. Feb. 2S. UncertainSept. 20 and 2- 7- County and Statftthese nutritious and, when properly cheerfully recommend it to all rheubefore being turned- in on the Police Judge John T. Jackson. I nfl rtl, ll.a' nvmnlnnttnn ,..1 .. on.! tins. ty over the status of railroads in the 11(1111.J1U1 VJklllUlliaUUII pasture. Tho tendency to root may made, very palatable foods. It is matic Mifferers." Marshal Will Langford. immediate future was largely removj ford. by adding likely that their utility and taste will generally bo overcome We have Instructed Ohio Couty prevent a relapse in their production Drug Company to Issuo a guarantee ed today by Director General Hinca' some protein to the grain ration. after the world's food situation has with three bottles of "Number 40" announcement after conferring with Till i ff'TOTTMir President Wilson that the governbecome normal. Pasture Oop For Hog. i WI and if you are not cured or satisfied ment would not turn M Get the Gcnuirt the railroad j The best crops to plant in early vour moiiGV will he eheerfnllv ro- - h:iik In tirlvnto m.innirf.niont imttl and Avoid ,.. .. i I" ii rur uuursiivss, iiiiiaiiiuii lims ur funded J C Mendenhall. 40 years spring for hog pasture are wheat, Wast Mjrz-- . ,, moro OIlortlinUy ronBrcs t0 Hore-I- ., rape. Canadian irritating coughs, Mallard's oats, rye, barley, druggist consider a permanent programme of field neas. and vetch. Any of the Mound .syrup is a Healing iiaim. it Number 40" is employed In rhcti-- i i cereals do well planted singly or In! does its work quickly and thorough-combinatio- n mutism, scrofula, blood poison, con legislation. This :i .'.Oc and $1.00 I'rico 2.ri with rape, Canadian ! Every Cake lor stapatlon, liver and stomach troubles meaning generally was interpreted be Succeed when evetythinj: else fall?. that thu railroads would In ncrvoui p.'osuailor. aud femalo field peas, and vetch. In certain bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug .under government management for Acnkneuse they arc lha trunrcuis m sections, whero these crops will sur- Company. 'at least another year, and prohablv remedy, at thousanJa have tettificd. i vive the winter, they can bo sown longer. If a special session of Con-- I FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ItOlliKI) DOWN. FOR FLETCHER'S the previous fall. There arc a large gross is called early in tho summer STOMACH TROUBLE F number of valuable hog forages It Is the best medicine ever oold railroad legislation might be taken Congressman Gillett, of Massachuwhich may be grown in th i. over a urugfji o counter. R up, but most officials believe this They include corn, sorghum, winter setts, will in all probability, be the GUN SIIKIjLS U.SKD nwuricf TO 1JFAT DHY LAW could not be completed within four or Speaker of the next house. grains, alfalfa, red and :ri i son . rN. five months. If thero Is no special s, clover, soy beans, velvet bcui.s, Omaha, Neb., March 1, The la sosslon. Congress could not stmt on The Senate Agricultural Commit-e- u i peanuts, elm fas, Mveet potaadopted lias unanimously an test stunts for bootleggers in Omaha legislation within a yoar. toes, mangels, and rape. - 5& With the temporary status deterimondment to the Agrlculaural Hill, aro to camouflage booze In mall sack-an- d mined, tho railroad administration gun shells. in Stules .loin In Spraying Ciiiiipaign. repealing the Daylight Saving law. vn ' James McCue and L. W. Welsh. will go ahead vigorously with the TIiq San Joso scale, which has had , Jl Changes made in school books to! Postal clerks, wore arrested on the grogramino for making improvements Us destructive way In many orchards, received a body blow during tho first' be used in the Stato for the next flvo j Douglas street bridge carrying a mall and OAtensiuus, both for the sake of week in February when tho "spray veurs will cost tho people one mil- -' sack. Two quarts of booze were tho rail properties qnd to stimulate Cluldreri . FOR PERSONAL HYC'EKC ii3o;vcu in water for c'cuchc top the demand for materials ami lubo. your orchard" campaign was held lion dollars. Truly the School Hook found In the sack. peluc cat-.rr-'i, ulcernt'on end inflar.i-matin- n rj?) Deputy Marshal Qlnlnn discovered during tho readjustment period. AnCommission is a great institution. jointly by four Southors States A Safe, Rccflmni(!mlril lv I ,,!: p effect will he tho Ineroiixed use a trunk at the Union Stntlon which other MiBtiigslppi, Alabama, Louisiana and Finhhap Med. Co. for ten year. Remedy for Worms lr II A liccdinrr wonder for Upon opening of waterways In accordance with Di r(.prl. A movement on a large scale is had a familiar rattle. Tonnossoe, County ngents In those ore throat and oro oye F.conoir.icul. Tonl llvo yran' onllnti. four states gave most of their tlnib being inaugurated in eastern labor It ho found fecvon hrasjs shells hol- rector General nines' expressed policlnaiuia .. .1 ou ti w IIi ;Lsiiary SiV. dmr.nV. (ottnioiil.il lh i.ci Frra. r ,.... I Flll.Vb I.UMIFIKll cauulTi-sartiioTJwPAtenTcilflCMlaptDT.BMloi.Kl.tt .. circles to start a natlon-wid- o for an entire week to strike low each containing two quarts of cy. nuj. )OU. was said nt the railroad adminIt ti spraying demonstrations and talks on against prohibition whon it becomes whisky. Tlio shells were souvonirs on k"P lirli, 111"' nlwii) HUM hind. It will kiH'i, lh ohm istration the decision not to relin of the war. how and why of spraying. Tho effective July 1st. tiuior juitl hciltliy. '. a Itotll at )uur ilruc-cuquish tho railroads at this time Is not Mississippi College of Agriculture es(ml ; or If nr irrnrnil iture uur lMltr can't uip!j oii V-Va reversal of policy. The rallr uul Col. H. H. Denhardt. of Howling 17 MILLION ARE ER timates that thero aro nearly 6,000,-00- 0 KTi.lhl n.imo anil Hn. In tamp fc VICTIMS OF W.Mt administration has long advocated uul w'll uiiil yen a Untie bearing fruit trees in tho State, Green, but now In France, has teleiiorii(ly. early relinquishment, it was explalu- per cent of them aro in- graphed friends In Kentucky, thut he and that 00 E. & S. FREY London, Feb. 27. Tho total num- - cd, but not until Congress had had will run for tho Democratic nomina fest eil with scale. DALTIMORE MD. bor of deaths caused by tho war. time to act on tin propoi-- d flvi veai tion for governor If his sorvico is reached the almost incomprehensible extension of government control or to The Heckhuin-Halo- y faction Piollt lYoni One PI;:. Aniplo proor that pig clulw pay Is Is behind the Denhardt candidacy, figure of 17,500,000, according to a 'consider other legislation. contained in reports being received and will no doubt moko it hum. continually by tho United St at cm De43 ms partment of Agriculture from club I'resldont Wilson's ship, tho Washloaders. One report recently re- ington, arrived In lloston Harbor Sunday evening. bC( M W",. 4 I ceived tolls of tho success of a a9 Feci ripht nil tho time. Don't lay oS tI fJL A JL & JWiiil from work for dnya by taking calomel boy who, in May, 1918, invoht-c- d when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x keeps yov Single men with Incomes of $1000 $50 in a puro-bre- d gilt, and now Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite on your feet, whilorolioviiuryour troub. figures his profits at $587.35. She a year and married men with Incomes a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would lo. Safer too. nnd oosv to tnko. Dnti't farrowed sevon pigs, part of which of $2000 u year must fllo a report have pains and a heavy feelinc after my meals, a most tako anything else. You can't afford iU Eiiminntc3 poisons, cleanses BVb- tlio boy bold for $133. With this with the collector of Internal Heve-iiu- o disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything witii tern and relieves constipation. A natby March 15. monoy he purchased a boar of exbutter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have ural remedy, naturul in its actions, euro DICTIONARIES are In use by busiregular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but cellent breeding, which ho exhibited In it3 effect and certain in results. ness men, encincers, bankers, after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just at tho Hast Tennessee Division Fair, Total number of deaths of Ameriboforo Uo.Vc-- l vvH judzea, architects, physicians, . seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were winning tho grand championship of can soldiers, resulting from all completely displuco cilonu.1 rj farmero, teachers, librarians, home.( Children can t iko t it , an3 no good at all for my trouble. I. heard tho breed over all exhibits. Ho won causes during the war, Is reported at by successful men and with perfect uufety. Every bottlo guar women the world over. $87 in prizes $45 of it In competition 107,4.4 1, antecd. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Non THEDFORD'S with experienced farmers.-- ; His anigenuine without tho likeness nnd nigra, Are You Equipped to Win? turo 0IL.K. Grlgsby. For edlo by JTiwe Catarrh in this section mals aro now valued nt $525. This, The New International provides diseases I H WIUUAMH. - Hrtfor4 If with the money from sales and prize of the country than all other was supput together, .and for years It the means to success. It is on winnings, amounts to $745, from posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed teacher, a universal queslocal remedies, and by constantly falllnt, U tion answerer. which ho deducts $157. C5 for feed to cure with local treatment, pronounced WILL YOU If you seek efficiency nnd adand care, leaving a profit of $587.35. it incurable. Catarrh a local dlseaso, greatly Influenced by constitutional vancement wliy not makodally TAKE and therefore requires constituuse of this vast fund of informtional treatment. Get Kid Of The Kodents! Hnll"s Catarrh Mediation? manufactured recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured 400.000VocabubryTerm. 2700 Pane. Tho annual losses from rodent cine, Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co., Is a constitutional 6000 llluilrnlluns. Colored I'laica. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best jicsts in tho United States have been remedy. Is taken Internally and acts 30,000 Geographical Subject. 12,000 UloCraiihlcul Lulrlei. thru tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or A Tisaloienl estimated at fully $500,000,000. of the System. One Hundred Dollars Refultr and EJilioni. stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on About two-fiftof this damugu Is Is offered for any case that Hall's (or WEAK 11 sSt--js-w (he jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of Vtrlteforiipeo- Inflicted by house rats and mice, both Cuurrh Medl Ine fails to cure. Band for IOH'11 puiMt ciiciil.irs and testimonials. LUNGS or throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysllluatrutloiti, Introduced from tho Old World, nnd F.J. CHKNIJV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. tte. free, a K.ll. I titr Iriiiiitut. -- K.. tem. This medicine should be in every household for CONSUMPTION tho remainder by natlvo species, nt of I'ocLct Hall's K.inill I'Uii for constipation. Map If you use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel Tills enormous waste of resources uuwo tula sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh topaper. may bo greatly reduced through sys'Fa, what Is chncw?" A quick rrllrl for that tired, morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. feelloc. G.&C. tematic and organized campaigns "I don't know exactly, my boy, but couebi, palus o cbvit. nlchl iweali, liouioi MiiRRIAM ibaeci, weak luntu or rooiuuipllon. U It dec ugalust tho Injurious specie.. It's something they always bring orCO- ONE CENT A DOSE (1 73) aothclp yon It cetl you nolhlnf. Springfield, Has. Thu bounty system effects no per- der out of." Louisville Lock box Oirv OHIO MEDICAL CO. manent relief and Is far more costly COLUMBUft o FARM DEPARTMENT. 32-In- KOCH I'ltKSKNTS TKIIMS of pi:ack tkkatv DIRECTORY mib-mlttc- - qttlck-Rrowln- s, hoavy-ylfeld-In- to-da- Htt-re- au One-thir- n, lt r- Children Cry six-inc- CASTORIA rj - , .. State-tenchcr- d, !' ,, 7-- 11 ......,a I eV7st ' smH '' yffiSln Bit trie v S-- Children Cry CASTO R A I Mothers use cow-pea- J 17 VK 'Afro S.s?iJ? s . ..,. 'Every Woman Wanted For the vermlira e r an.-wi- lime-sulph- ur 1 1 USE LI LA I d. LJ. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. TVn-iicss- eo HI HaW U Wk wMMm fi Webster's New International citr-cyme- n, BLACK-DRA- con-dltlo- 92K GERMINAL REMEDY OUR India-Pap- hs I !HM) FOR ONE MONTH I b "IjKT HIM LIVM." As long as tho flowers their porfumo Blvo, So long let tho Kaiser Hvo, C - Jdren Cry for Fletcher's Live and Hvo for a million years With nothing to drink but Helgian tears j With nothing to quench his awful thirst Hut tho salted brino ot a Scotchman's curse. , Ibe una nas oecn made under his ? lts AH Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health Infants and Children Experienco against Experiment. of Kind You Have Always Bought, and which in usq for over over 30 years, has borne tho sit has been ft. "w nf w 9 J 1 'I dinner each day, Served from silver on a golden tray, Served with things both dainty and 8V0Ct, I would lot him live on a &6&&lic ll ill ISIfc " i l I Iij! nil 1 i m iJllfl 1 ll . i II Wt&WW :4 'in I Served with everything to cut. but things a,, SS2 Just-as-go- a' ? od XitVlttiimA I would mako him a bed ot silken r f. n. i n Pb. I To 1 aa5 ui ""Si n . I I i 'i'l.ii i i. i i.i-- " ;! HffifWMJiS'icw' "- v mm fifflkwm listening post and you'll et lhc Princo Albert call, all right! ji You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and j IJIL-$1 et so much tobacco joy out of every Uli hi pun youil wisn you nau ueen corn twins I For, Prince Albert puts over a turn ' new to even man lond or a nine or a home mado cigarette. It wins your glad hand completely. That's because it has the quality! And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fragrance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch Mw which is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy pipe or makin's cigarette without a comeback I ill ; I il'SP?'r lli!W&'''' iU.-- ' !i 1 AY yur smoketasta . flush ud against a - shocn With costly llncnfl to Ho between, With covers of down and fillets of lace, And downy pillows piled In place; Yet when to its comfort ho would yield. It would stink with the rot of the bat- tlo Hold And blood and brains nnd bones ot men Should cover him, sinothor him, and -- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parccoric ?oiTnT.andS0txrng,S7rUps- - Ifc is Peasant. It contains Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its fige is its guarantee. For more than thirty vcars it has e"mpCtJ1Staat,Ufor,thcrelief of Constipation', Flatulency, and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating tho Stomach and Dowels, aids .What Is CASTOR! A then-- Ills eEsmejE Vrj s&rWW CASTORS A always Bears thc Signature rCSZ J r Wife pillow should cling with rotton clay Clay from tho grave of a soldier boy; And while God's stars their vigils keop And while tho waves their white sands sweep, Ho should never, never sleep. And through oC y 6wwmgA i sijuJAJUJjjrBSfKaK3-'-i:- Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal class humidor with sponge moittcner top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., JJUll.'JJJUrJlJgaBJtJJJaHHIlll'll HIJCHXT Winston-Salem- , N. C. liAXI) SAI.KS. I V Washington, Feb., 2C Invitation to attend a conference at tho White i scribing intra-stnt- e railroad rates to High price of farm products have t(lko tho ,)Inco ()t thc ratcs fixC(, by House March 3 and 4, to discuss "vitlmulutod land solos to a volumo lllt. Inderal Director General ot Ital- tal questions affecting business and ian or before known In Ohio county. rollli. Then too, In certain lu labor," was telegraphed by Secretary ll in perhaps not too mucn to. say tnnnB, injunctions have boon issued ' Wilson tonight to Governors of all ihat more farms lmvo changed own- - )y stlito cnrtH against tho nppllca- -' tho States and Mayors ot more than wltyn.thjnmBt twolvo months Uon.or thcsFcdty. rates to Sthto 100 cities. k ili.in had occurred in tho past tlirco hlptnontR. President Wilson is anxious to eswo In copying deed records vlilRI u js ro,,0rtod that the Fedoral tablish before returning to Europe a lnv omitted many small deals. Jnallroad Administration will not national policy for tho resumption of .mil those in which the considerntloii permit tho railroads to comply with private enterprises, now that the war or h,' number ot acres wore not order or Injunctions. Thus is over, as a means ot lessening un.l the situation has becomo n very deli- employment and consequent unrest, It 1. neck to I. C. Orkltw, lot In cate one and will require careful and is understood to have given much O utartnwn, $30. handling to avoid serious trouble, thought to problems presented by the Golda StaUworth to G. A. Ralph, particularly since the matter Incosbation of war work and the dein acres noar Hartford, ?G0O. volves n number of constitutional mobilization of the military forces (" M. Crowo to Mrs Margaret A. questions as to which the views ot Ho Is said to bo roady to use every Juno!, lot In Hartford, $30. Ibomo of the best lawyers In tho legitimate means in Paula Maddux to S. II. Oglcsby, CO country are decidedly at variance. with States and municipalities to ncrus near Centertown, $2,500. In this connection it may be intor- - bring about on early return to nor- V .1'. Maddox, esting to note the fact that a short mal industrial conditions. T. H. Taylor to ltfS acres near Centertown, $7,000. tluio ago, when Mr. McAdoo appear-Suggestions for the confercuco A. llavon to Kstlll Shlolds, one ed before tho Senate Interstate Com- - woro made several weoks ago and aero on Hartford and Morgantown merco commission to urge tiie ox- - tentative requests to State and city road. $r50. tension of the nerlod of Federal oner ofllcluls to attend have met with a W. P. Maddox to J J. and iBaiah nton uf tho railroads to Hvo years, ready response. Smlloy, tract near Centertown, $1.- - lho question was raised by certain Tho following statement regarding 5u0. Senators as to whether tho Fedoral tho conference was made Kouurt boiT to h. A. Willie, !u Government has any authority what- - by tho Departmont ot Labor: arres near Horso Branch. $17. uver. uniiCr tho Constitution, to hold "Secretary of Labor, Willam 1). H. K. L. Simmermnn to J. C. Her, tho railroads for a single day after Wilson, tonight telegraphed Invlta-th- o lo In Hartford, $60. closo of tho war. Under tho clr- - tolns to State Governors and Mayors It. K. L. Slmmerman to W. T. and cumstauccs it seems very likely that of some 100 cities to attend a confer- Lou Hownrd, lot In Hartford, $S00. proceedings in tho Federal courts will enco at tho Whito House on March 3 It. T. Sponcer to I. C. Orkles, lot bo instituted at an early date for and 4. Tho President will address In McIIonry, $.100. tho purpose of determining tho legal tho conferouco. Tho conference will A. I). Wright to Coleman Horry, status of this ontlre matter. take up vital questions affecting bnht Co acres near Olatou, $200. business and labor. It is tho doslro W. (J. Ellison to W. J. Harper, 25 of tho President to establish bcfnro Forgot What Ho Needed. arrou on Kile Crook, $!iG0. ho returns to Kuropo a definite S. II. Oglosby to Frank Cavendpr, policy to btimulato public From tho Republican. Mt. Glllad, 60 acres noar Centertown, $2,700. and private construction and indusOhio: Prices are still advancing Henry MInton to Frank Arnold, 28 try In general. A large number of Tho oditor had an Interesting arros noar Jingo, $CO0. officials havo ulready signified their ind we cannot guarantee this sumo tlmo ago, when a willingness to C. II. Stanley to Mrs. Halloy Mc- attend such n confer BETTER Danlol, lot In IJonvor Dam, $1,000 young gontloman camu into this office ence. Plans will bo presented to offer very long. copy of tho Marrow W. W. Loyil to W. II. Gilliam, tract mul asked for a ,3 TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW bu)w that tno Fedora, Govonllnont County Ropubllcan. Ho scrutinized anxious to noar HarrctH Ferry, $700 with tho vari- and save tho difference. Adcurofully when a copy wns hundod ous K. H. Morris to Mrs. Mollio Vlck, it States and municipalities in nil him, and than said: "Now I know!" offorts to assuro lot in Uockport, $000. continued prosperity dress, J. II. Strntton to Honry Emfory, What Is it you nro looking for," wo in tho interest of tho manufacturers, Hartford Republican, 17 acres on Indian Camp Crook, inquired. "My wlfo sont mo a bottle merchants and wago carnors." Hartford, Ky. of Chamberlain's Cough Kemody, and $000. I wont to sovorul S .1. Ili'iaey to T. W. Wlgglnton, 1 forgot the name. Hud Tnhto in Your Mouth. aloros nnd tho clerks inuiied ovor ov- 2S acre near lUiford, $4, GOO. When you havo a bad tauto In your ISttium Mnrlow to J. F. Lyons, 22 orytlilug In tho line on the sliolf ox- copt 'Chamborlaln'a' I'll try again. mouth you may know that your acres oa Panther Croelc, $1,400. For Infants and Children I'll novor go home without Ktloii is faulty. A dose of Alice MutJow and othprs to C. A. cough Reinody." Tho herlain's Tablets will usually corroct , En Uso For Ovor S li'O. Crowe, lot in FordavJllo, Years gen- J. II. Wos.'crflold to rount Crowo, Ropubllcan would suggest to tho pro- - tho disorder. Thoy also causo n iou prlotors of storos, that thoy post thoir,"0 movoinont or tho bowels. 100 acres on uiuih 1'orU creek. to bo ono of tho best- Signatured Wtaf?X7-&CcSt4r- ti clorks. and novor lot thorn substitute-- . will H"l you have over become acLuther llaina to Ola Porter, 30 Customers loso faith in stores where medicine ft- -t m uny noth- quainted with. substituting is permitted, to acres on Muddy Crook, $1,200. Fiscal Court Calls Maudo G. and J. I. Hoslc to Carl ing of tho Injustice to makers ot 'good goods and tho dlsapointment ot Road Tax Election Leonard Crane, ucrgoant ot police Framo, lot in Uockport, $1,800 m at Indianapolis, walked into a bar- Nolllo C. Ilcr to J. W. Ross, lot in I Uockport. $1,000. ber shop rccontly and was greeted by Ohio County Fiscal Court, Regular "Are you tho editor?" asked tho tho colorod porter, who said: Llzzlo U. Taylor to J. M. Martin, Term, January 23rd, 1919. inorry vlllagor, us bo shoved open tho "What'H tho latest now3 from KuOn motion of Esq. Q. I). Brown. It lot in Heaver Duiu. $1,009 a doo rot tho office ot tho Hohunkus ropo, Cap? 3 ordered that tho question ot voting "According to reports tho kaiser a tax ot tho sum ot Twenty (20) OVKIt Gazette. KKDKHAL AUTIIOItlTIUS HA1LKOADS QUESTIOXKI). "It all depends," replied tho man has abdicated," replied Sergoant cants on tho One Hundred ($100.00) with frlngy hair, "on whether you Grnno. Dollars worth of all property subject that so? I know that guy would y law to local taxation, under Section Now that tho war is ovor, tho want to inako a kick or pay your 11D7 a. ot tho Constitution, for tho kIIulsBelf," sighed tho porter. Railroad Commissions of the differ- ri.'i-i.'- s As Shown IS) I'ct'oids oiii.i-- Ill . cut States are becoming restive ot the continued curtailment County of their normal activities; and in a numljur of instances orders liavc I UOVKKXOHS AND .MAVOHS CO.VFKK AT WASHINGTON' been issued by such committees pre- - --- ht all the days through' all tho years, Kind You '. here should bo an anthem In his cars TMg OeMTAUW COMMNY, NltW YORK CITV tEinltlir nnil sliiirhifr ntnl mivnr dnnn reWPiHraHEiSHWlWMMiiiw From the edge of night to the set of sun, .Moaning and moaning and moaning Improvement and construction of tho largest circulation for thirty (30) wild A ravished French girl's bastard public roads and bridges of the coun- - days bororo tho said olectlons and tho ty, bo submitted to tho voters of Ohio said Sheriff will causo a poll to bo child.. County. Said tax to be levied each opened in each and all tho precincts And I'd build him a castle by tho sea, year for five consectutlve years 1m- - in and throughout Ohio County, on As lovely a castle us ever could be mediately following said election, thc named date, as the law In such Then I'd show him a ship from over The taxes to be collected and account- - cases directs, and ho may advertlso tho sea ed for by the Sheriff, at tho same time said election by having a certified As fino a ship us ever could be and in tho same manner and by the copy of this order published, as abovo Laden with water cold and sweet, same process, that ho collects taxes, directed, and W. C. Blankenshlp, Laden with everything good to cat, and an election is hereby ordered to Clerk of the Ohio County Court, is Yet scarce does she touch the silvered be held throughout Ohio County, In ordered and directed to furnish said. sands 11 tho voting precincts therein, on the Sheriff with a certltled copy ot this Scarce may ho reach out his eager Sth., day of March, 1919, upon the order, as it appears upon the Order hands proposition ot whether or not a Book, In tlmo for said publication, Than a hot and hellish molten shell property tax of Twenty (20) cents The said Sheriff and County Clerk Should change his Heaven into Hell, on each One Hundred ($100.00) Doi-'ar- o further ordered and directed to And though he'd watch by tho wave-swe- lars worth ot property in Ohio Coun ' do and perform each and everything shore, ty, shall bo lovied for flvo (5) con-- ! required under tho'laws of tho Our Loulstania would rise no more. years next Immediately fol-- j monwcalth ot Kentucky, In advcrtla-lowln- g said election, Including tin ing and conducting such election and Xo Man's Land" whore the Irish year 1919, for the purpose of improv ' in the preservation of tho ballots and " ' fell," ing and constructing, either or both, tho canvassing and certification of tho I'd start tho Kaiser a private boll, tho roads and bridges of tho County, votes and said election is directed to I'd Jab him, stab him, give him gas Said election to bo advertised, held ho held in all respects as required by And in oach wound I'd pour ground and conducted in tho manner and ac- - law governing such elections, glass; cording to the several provisions and It is ordered that it is tho senso I'd march him out where the bravo requirements of the laws of the Com- - of this court, in tho event said boys died. ot Kentucky, now in force tlon results in favor of tho levy and Out past tho lads he crucified. governing such elections nnd under' collection of such tax, as aforesaid, In tho fearful gloom of his living tno general election laws of the Com- - tho money thereby derived shall bo so tomb monwealth of Kentucky, whero samn used and apportioned, as that in each There is one thing I'd do before I was relato nnd apply to elections held to Magisterial District of tho county through question, and no there shall bo used the sum derived, I'd make him sing in a stirring man- determine the abovo in amount of money, excess of tho as aforesaid, in such district, for imner amount that can bo raised by the levy proving and constructing either or Tho Wonderful words of the "STAR- in any one year shall bo expeuded lu both, the roads and bridges therein, SPANGLED UANNER." that year. from said tax, though this shall not S. A.' Bratchor, Sheriff of Ohio In any way restrict or impair tho ex A RARE BARGAIN. County, Ky., Is hereby appointed, or- penditure ot other lawful funds ia A Combination of Lead- dered and directed to advertise the each respective Magisterial District, and purpose of tho and funds aro ing Periodicals that may be timeamount ot taxes to boelection each for said purposes, just as been used, tho levied now and have heretofore Read with Pleasure and year and tho number of years for so far as such funds may be necesbe profit by every Member of which it is to In levied and collected sary and nvallablo and in tho maimerte as aforesaid, the newspaper pub- provided by law, nud that n more your Family. lished in Ohio County, having the nnd effective method of work-lu- g HERE IS OUR OFFER: the roads bo put in operation than is now In effect. The Hartford Republican, Ayes and nays being called for. Farm and Fireside, as follows: B. F. KIco, Yes; W. C. Daugherty, Yes; G. W. Itowe, Woman's World, B. C. Yes; Q. B. Brown, Yes; Cincinnati Weekly EnIthoads, Yes; Sam L. Stevens, Yos; quirer, ALL FOUR ONE Ed Shown, absent and W. S. Dean, absent. 'Motion carried and so ordor-c- d. YEAR ONLY $2.30. r The h Use For Over 39 fears Have Always Bought pt Com-sccutl- vo f lth ada-qua- ed MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. Stato of Kentucky,) )Sct. County of Ohio. ) I, W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk ot tho Ohio County Court, do certify that tho foregoing, Is a true copy ot tho order of tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, calling an election, upon a Twonty (20) Cent Itoad Tax, as ap pears ot record. In Fiscal Cuort Or. dor Book, No. 3, pages C1G aud 617. Given under my hand, thU 25th day ot January, 1919. W. C. BLANKENSIIIP. Clork Ohio County Court. Tursuunt to tho foregoing order, and by vlrturo of tho power voBted lu mo as sheriff of Ohio Couuty. Kentucky, I heroby causo tho aforesaid order to bo published as required by law, and further direct and shall causo tho various olllcers whoso duty it is, to open a poll in each ot tho voting places within tho county ot Ohio on Saturday tho Sth day of March, 1919, to take tho sense of tho qualified voters upon tho question ns not out In the abovo nnd foregoing mentioned ordor. Witnoqs my hand, this tho 27tU day ot January, 1919. S. A. nRATQHBR, Sheriff, Ohio County. Those Epileptic Attacks by Using dl-a- CASTOR rA, 30 A Nerve Sedative that has been successfully used in tho treatment of Epilepsy, Hysteria, and other Nervous Disorders for the past thirty years. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. j ST,-00- 0. I t's - cub-toino- nuuuiw;l..l..nii"MLMiw u!j jjwu ?BI nlfMa fte It sssspssssravNe . i - (ft. -- it fc ' X. 3f BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. wives, ami wives go to court to git tliclr divorces. If anybody hears a frog holler please don't toll Tlnslcy. He'd be at the mouth of Grassy in forty minutes. Is a Men go a ny I. 1. Clalro. courtln' to git their Auction Sale! native Iowa Farm Mares, three to seven years old, weight l,100tol,400,sound, well broke and not branded, guaranteed as represented. Of me a hundred yard nip and tuck" race with trceln' it In a .sink hole, and guardln' tho hole till ho got a spade to dig it out. I ast Tinslcy how was Lou's reputation for truth and veraclyt, and ho said It Has prlt-t- y good evccptln' nbout fish stories. That's why I wanted to know If a frog Is a fish. a bull frog, frog a fish? Lou llcnnctt tolc tale about his dog takln' n four Tlnsley says he Is awful glad to seo Hartford, March 10th Sale begins promptly at 10 gardenln' time roll round agin, as his wife needs the exercise. A travelin' man told me how to make a gallon of Hcker. better than heor but not so strong as whisky, for I won't publish the re- 35 cents. ccipt, but will furnish it to any dry friend who will biing me a twist of homespun tobacker. have a couple of adopted that I want to see git married. One of them has a steady Ho, but I won't let that stand in the way of a feller that means business. 1 Built or Just Put Together? Is Your Car There's a lot of difference in results between the two methods. A car that is put together from the products represents just that of a score cr more of construction, no two of which arc many standards of likely to be exactly the same. Briscoe cars are 99 built in Briscoe plants. Briscoe engineers not only design the car, but they stand guard over every process of manufacture, and see that it is up to Briscoe requirements. That is why Briscoe cars set unmatchable standards of operating economy, of consistent performance, of satisfaction. That is why, too, when you need a spare part you get it with a minimum of delay and at a moderate expense. parts-makers all-arou- a ' o'clock A. M. J r v . HARRIS & CRANNA. . b STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) 1 liEjgEBCSE ing- most always take my spring nailtrip during house cleaning week so's not to be In the wife's wny whilst she dusts, scrubbs, brushes, floor paints &c. I unreservedly hold and contend that no man has a right to get in a woman's way during this period. Alec Porter says, In as much as he has thus far missed the flu. 'twould ho a iluni dirty measly shame ir he takes it now, that liquor is nigh on $15.00 a gallon and him plum out. Albert HInl says a feller's in luck if the estate of one of his ancestors is wound up in court dismissed settled, and the heirs are not called upon to "dig up and plank down" for cost and Attorneys fec. now-a-da- fishing time, so I'm warning the old to mobilize bunch of forty-ninetheir tncUlo, and stuff, for a forced inarch and ten day's attack on the finny tribe, somewhere 'twixt here and Grassy, or tho Locks, and I hereby serve special notice on Thomas that he can prepare to run this sheet, go hang himself or be d m'n'd, Just as rs It's only a few more weeks until If You Will Check Any of 1 have always wondered why old maids soften and sweeten and mellow with age, and, bachelors grow sour he sees fit, 'caustu I'm agwlne, that's and crusty and grouchy. Perhaps all. it is the difference between slender hope and accepted despair. Whenever John Henry and Albert Vox, or John Henry and Dillls Ward MAUISTIJ.ITK IXOUTKI) get together in the front end of the on smsiors ciiAiici: shop, adjacent to my roost, I gat mywater, some rags and self a pail of William Daugherty, Justice of the soap and hike it to tho basement to district, was grease and Ink Peace for the Cromwell grand jury, clean windows, scrub indicted by the sitting off'en the big press, or anything else charged with detaining a woman to entertain myself while the electri- against her will for the purpose of fying confab, o rgabfest is in session improper relation with her. The Incident, from any point or view, is a deplorable one. Having no informaWe metKd Davidson, carrier on tion in regard to the facts In the Knute 1, tho other morning looking case, we feel it a justice to tho officer much more like a moving van than a to ask the public to withhold opinion It. F. I), dispenser, and when we axed until the evidence is .submitted at thu IM if he was in the delivery business trial. If the accused Is not guilty, k and as all good citizens will hope he or an agent for Co., he stopped dead still, looked us ho should domand a trial at the squarely In the face and what he snrliest possible time, and If guilt, about tho mail order concern we should at once resign his membership dare not, nay, we do not even think of the Fiscal court. of putting what Kcl said in this m and you know we are not so ADMINISTRATOR'S notici:. ory particular as to what goes in this btul't. All persons having clalm-- i againHt the estate of K. I. 1'tewart. deceased, It 'pears that President Wilson In an hereby notified to present same decreeing for tho One Hundred' Mil- to lie. property proven, on or lions, and more, of Americans, that April 20th. 1010, or they will European untangling- alliance, called be forever' barred. "The League of Nations," like Moses This March 1st. 1010. iwhen he smote the rock itt tho wil- K. ('. HAIRD. dorness, capitalized and underscored r.Of! Administrator. the "I" a bit too much. With eauh oo it was u cas,u of ignoring tho Master, For quick satisfactory service in and resulted in only a view of thu any sort of floral design for both promised laud, Instead of a trium- v.eddiugs and funerals, or cut flowers phant entrance thereto 'or your home, call Mrs. L R. UIRK-ilKAHartford. Home I'hone No. U. NOTICIJ OF DISSOLUTION. s. Sears-Robuccol-um- e, 1p-fo-- 4 Hertford Motor Co. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. m ii ii muj.mmmi m mi n yV cities with largo numbers of job seek ers increased G6 por cent, while tin number of unemployed Increased to r,cr.,ioo or 25,005 over lat week. New England, Now York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey reported Increases. The Middle West ns a whole showed no change from last week. Ohio reported a continued big labor surplus with an estimated total of 110,000 unemployed persons of in the State, or nearly tho country's total reported unemployed. two-thir- IlKAVKK DAM. In Mis i:iI.aboth Austin has returned home after a visit with relatives. Rochester and Huasollvillo. Mr. anil, Mra. O. I. Ilrunton. Mr. tie Articles Enumerated below, which you will buy this year, and mail in to us we will send you a farm paper 12 months without charge : Silos Cream Separators.. For choice cut flowers, wedding and funeral bonnets, wreaths and other floral designs, write or call being Mrs. K. K. HIIMyHHAD. Hartford, ary 30th 1!1!, all of the stock represented, It was unanimously vot- representing Jacob Schulz, of ed that the said corporation should bo terminated according to law and noMrs. Joe H. Rogers and two daughtice of such Is hereby given. ters', of Chicago, 111., who were called (J. A RALPH, to Louisville, tho first of tho week, Prosident to attend the burial of Mrs. Rogers' J. D COOP11R. son, Lieut. Joe II. Rogers, Jr., will arSecretary. rive hero tomorrow to visit the family of Mr. A. M. Uarnett, for a few days. DUKKHUKST. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Uough Kiver hand & Improvement Co., Fordsvllle. Ky., held Janu- and Mrs. W. K. Travis, and MaJ. and Mrs. J L. Lalllnger hao gone to Louisville, where they will make their home, in tho future. Mrs. Daisy Wright has returned to Louisville nfter a visit to hor mother, Mrs. Oscar Stevens. Mr. Ceorge llaker, of Central City, Condidate for State Senator, was in a town tho first of tho weok. "How would you like to sign up disMr. Archlo Davis has been with mo for a life gamo? was the way charged from the Navy and Is with a baseball fan proposed. "I'm agreeable," replied the girl. "Whores' your diamond?" Roy's Magazine. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Divls. Mr. Lee Mltcholl. of Allanivillo, Ky., was in town last week Mr. Clifford Madilox, who recently returned from Frnnce, and was called homo tho Horious ilness of bis mother, Mrs. 0. .Maddux, has returned to New York. n Miss Iunis Stevens has returned to Illinois after a visit with friends. 1 For Halo Four Houses and Lots. Two Automobiles, ono fine young Stallion, one brood marc, 6 years old. Or will exchange for farm land. DR. L. n. llEANj Address SBtf Hartford, Ky. t - VKRV LOW PRICKS PAID FOR I'ltYOIl A Wagons Buggies Cultivators Disc Harrows "A" Harrows Riding Plows Tractor Plows Walking Plows Shovel Plows Corn Planters Binders Hay Bailers Grain Drills .... .... .. Mowing Machines Hay Rakes Lime Sowers . Manure Spreaders . Corn S hellers .... Corn Crushers Stoves Gasoline Engines .... . In addition to the above we handle a full line of farm ers' supplies and we urgently request that you visit our store before buying. Mr. Leslie Combs, of near Hnitfanl. spent one day last week with his mother, Mra, M. A. Combs, at this place. Mr. 11. M. Coy lo.U his residence and all of Its contemn by fire, one day last week. The faintly was Hartford in about three weeks. away from homo at tho time. Mr. J. K. Park and family have re ADVl'KTLSiNo P.Vi.-.-. turned to their home, nour hunt, after spending tho w inter in Owenn- If you are not convinced that adboro. vertising pays, u 8k Tico Hums, tho Miss Rose Ethelyti Collins, of near tobacco man. Several weeks ago Hartford, spent tho first of tho waok Tico advertised in the Republican with hor cousin. Miss Vura Midklff. that he had somo clover hay for sale. MUs Krma Carter, wlm 1ms boon i Tho ad brought him buyers at once attending a businoua collcgo In Uowl- - for the hay, but by one or tmno ing Groan, is spending a few days mtshap.i that will occur with Iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A in a nuwtpuier office tho ad kept LCarter. Finally Tico enmo to the running. Tho dauco given by Mr. and Mrs. office with a special request that tho night, was nd bo killed, as tho constant Inquiries Will Midklff, Tuesday highly enjoyed by all preaout. for hay interfered wtlh the conduct There will bu singing at Concord of his business. He said to us, "You Saturday night. Everybody Is in- may say fur mo that I am thoroughly vited to attend. conviucod that advertising pays." A DM I N IKTRATOR'S NOTION. The quality of tobacco offered yesterday on the looso leaf floors was very poor. On all the floors thoro Tho local Hero low prices offered. market has been on tho decline slnco Tuosday morning. Tho general aver-ng- o on Pryor dropped $1. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Tico Hums went to thoro weio light offerings on all the Owensboro, yesterday, where Mrs. Rums will undergo an operation, at floors. There were 350,035 pounds lln f'.itv Hosnltul. lor an affect Inn of of Pryor sold for $52,510.21, at a tl, iti.inrii. If the minr.it inn i mm- - general average of $15. There were cestui, as their many friends here'810 1K,,,"I,S of Hl,r,oy ",(1 of $15. hopu It will be, they will return to 111. 5C, that inailo an avorago Dollar in The Bank ! Is Worth Two in the Hand J.l' 07. The Equity homo house sold 4G,- ncs pounds of Pryor at an average of ?i:i.fiG. This house also sold 1,735 pounds of Hurley nt an average of 512.77. Tho amount of $0,312.38 was paid for tho pryor and $221.57 for tho Hurley. Tho but price on Pryor was $32. 5 Tho Klectrlc house disposed of pounds of Pryor at an avorago of $14.11. the growers rocclvlng $5.- 77S.42. At tho Daviess county Iioubo thero wore 38,730 pounds of dark tobacco sold tor $5, CSS. 13 ut an average of $14.70. The Hurley sold totaled pounds for $345.23 nt un average $15.61. of Tho Owensboro housp sold 158,-!)3- 5 pounds of dark tobacco for at an avorago of $15.64. Tho salo at tho Lancaster houso 46,005 pounds of Pryor for at an avorago of $14.71. This houso also sold 3.2S0 pounds of Hurley for $550.90 at an avorago of $17. Field nrothers sold 21,490 pouuds of Pryor tobacco for $3,329. 6C nt au average ot $15.49. The top price was ?28. 45,-922,-2- 10 $24,-850.to-tal- It piles up in the Bank before you know it. A dol lar in the Bank is doubly valuable. It adds to your sellrespect your credit. and helps 03 INCRKAHIJ IS SHOWN IX UNUMPLOYMILNT J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cumberland I'hone. All persons having claims against tho estate of Owen Hurt or Maggie K. Hurt, deceased, will prciout thorn properly proven to mo on or before Juno tho 1st., 1919, or thoy will be forever barred. n. B. RHOAPS. Admr. Beavor Dam, Ky. 35t4 $6,-774.- 11 BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. $ Washington, Murch 5. figures made public today by the United. States Employment Ser vice showed a steady increase during the past weok In the area of unemployment and in the number of per sons without work. Tho number of Unemploy-mont i