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DRAFT OF TREATY IS DEVOTED TO OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY - Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919. sion has demanded an assessment of ten and a half million dollars for tho property in Ohio county, and slnco-thCounty Cniotnlsslonor's assessment shows a little less than that amount tho local board will be forced to odd about $200,000 dollars to the amount returned by tho County Commissioner. The members of tho board of supervisors are: N. B. White, Nat Llndley, W. F. Sandcfur, S. D. Matthews, C. I. Maxey, Joshua Greer and T. C. Dennis. o No. 37 RAILROAD CONTROL IS NOT DESIRABLE TOBACCO MUCKS OFF for the purpose of planning a per- GUAM) JURY ADJOURXS OX OWKXSDOHO MAUKET AFTKR BUSY SESSION manent Ladles Heat Room for ladles from tho country who come to town NEARLY COMPLETED i shopping. The undertaking filioulil Tho tobacco market on Thursday The grand Jury for the March have lho support of every citizen of term of circuit court adjourned Wed- morning was about tho samo as It tho town, nnd we take it, such sup nesday afternoon, after a busy ses- lins been for the past sovcral days. port will be ungrudgingly given. It sion. Tho Jury was well chosen, and The prices continue to fall far below Will 3oon Be Submitted is the purpose to fit up a room, pro- - Judge Black complimented It for Its tho average, resulting In some low halily tho room now used by the Ueil work. It did not busy Itself with individual averages being made. It Is For Acceptance Of Cross, with chairs, tables and such trifles, but undertook to hear and claimed that the offerings this week The Huns. other fixtures as will contribute to pass on only tho more Important In- - have not been tho best, but with b;jt tho comfort nnd convenience of our fractions of the lnw. In Its final Iter grades offered last week, there country ladles. A matron will be lu report It advised that the succeeding was a slump In prices that has nevcharge of tho room, who will give grand Jury glvo further attention to er been recovered. The total sulo3 .nndnn, March 11. Tho pollto attention to our country vis- I the matter of tho responsibility for of Pryor tobacco on Thursday .morni of the Gorman Meet Is to lie reSupremo itors. At the meeting referred to a the automobile wreck, on the Heaver ing were IS", 950 pound? for which to 15,000, the stricted (' uncll has decided, according to ' committee, of which McRdumcs J. S. Dam road, In which a young woman there wis distributed $2t" .S22 2fi that ... i " ftl pr v llHputc!ie from Paris. Thou"". ' S. "TInsley are - tho- fmembers, was killed. Tho present Jury re avereged $14.28. W. At the Electric house tho sale to- i .Hilary ported it nnd been unable to get nil conditions to bo Imposed to tnke charge of the Information necessary to a thor - Ualod 10,045 pounds of dark tobdcc-v, Germany Include guarantees thutjwus appointed luUble enterprise ough Investigation of the responsibili- for $1,412.13, at an average of $13.- tanks will be built and no inorol'"l"B tl,u 2G. ty for tho Incident. p.lson g.fs manufactured and that ;'n operation. County house sold The Daviess il (ionium war material must be J, I.. Massle, foreman, and A. I.. l! .ndccl over and destroyed. Krance, were excused from service on 16,435 pounds of pryor for $2,372.-6It Is KILLING iv republican at an average of $14.44. llest Ol'l'M'K LAST IMMDAr the jury, Monday, and R. 11. Mnrtln added that allied commissions will jpcrviso .the carrying out of those ind James C. Dennett woro summon-- 1 price was S'JC. The house also sold W. S. 2,140 pounds of hurley for J3S9.56, Friday was an eventful day lu the 1 to 1111 the vacancies. millions. at nn average of ? 15.97. Tho Lanbusiness office of tho Hartford was made foreman. Thirty-si- x rough when a big killing occurred. Indictments were returned, a num- - caster House 33,235 pounds of pryTnrls. March 11. The first term for bor of which were on felony charges. or for $4,94G.G5, at an nverage of o t lines of tho peaco treaty are be-- g "Kill" Is the newspapor ailing In take form as a result of cutting off tho name of a delinquent Those Indicted, with the offenses ?14.8U. The hurley sold totaled 4,715 for $1,472.51, at an average fie rapid disposal of the innlii ques-- t' subjcribcr from the mailing list, and charged, were: Kskrldge. seduction under of $31. 02. Council of the great 74 mimes were cut off on the occasion Vornle ns beforo the Tho 'Equity Homo sold 46.3G0 promise of marriage. I.caflo Kirk The preliminary draft will mentioned. P were pounds of pryor for ?G,347.37 at an Whon the publication of a local was the Complaining witness. tho present b' well along within average of ?13.G9. The hurley sold 11. 11. James, malicious shooting, Ufok, anil with tho arrival of Pros newspnper was a sort of haphazard amounted to 875 pounds for $119.45 Wilson final revision will pro-- ; business, or rather a haphazard want with Intent to kill. Kent nt an average fo $13.65. V. S. AmlcrMiu, advising and od ho ns to have the document j of business. It was tho custom, once Field Dros. sold 18,935 pounds for shooting and wounding. r ady for presentation by tho end a name was on the mailing list to let ' next-we$2,.147.2S at an average of $15.56. anil thus conform to It stny on until tho subscriber or the Denver Coots, house breaking. Sol Kmbry, deserting dependent The Wcht Ninth Street House sold Marshal Foch's limit of March 20, j postmaster ordered It stopped, but 02,340 pounds for $796.21 at an avough the British apparently nrc In- - the present managers of this enter- - child. havo reduced newspaper making jneil to doubt tho possibility of Ed Cook, abandoning dependent erage of $14.11. This house also sold on Tuesday 187,020 pounds of rjlng out tho progrummo on time, j to a business basis, and henceforth child. Albert Holbrook, seduction under pryor for $28,S7G.4S at an average The treaty promises to be a very shall conduct It as such. Wo nppre- te patronage, but only the patron- - promise of marriage. Charge pre- of $15.40. l.iig doiuincnt, chiolly owing to o of those who want the paper and ferred by Dora Hoover. illod provisions concerning tho Ger-'ag- e flourishing bravss OHIO COCXTY WO.MAX Dowoy Smith, an military system and methods for; pay for It. DOING XKWSPAPKU WORK I cntrol b the Allies. It will em- - With some aptness for the work, knucks. we I hnve W. S. Hoswell, suffering gaming on however, only five or six mala and preslstent Industry, 1. We have received an Industrial made a newspaper that commands tho his premises. (iivislons, namely: edition of tho Lawton, (Oklahoma) Military, naval nnd aerial respect and Interest of the public, as KlvLs Murphy, carrying concealc First. News, that was gotten out under the -nib; second, reparations for tho Is evidenced by tho largely Increased a deadly weapon. management of Mrs. Susie McMullen, Kbort Murphy, same offense. damages, third. Gorman boun- - patropago of the people, nnd linnce- ii V. L. Andcrson.lircach of tho peace. a dan1:tcr of Mr. John Duke, of rlu , fourth, economlu and llnau-- , forth we shall conduct the business 1). H. James, carrying concealed a Hartford. il proilslons, nnd. probably, fifth end of the Institution along the same It is a splendid edition, both from by the banker deadly weapon. i lines as those followed ponslbllltles for the war. "T (or merchant. We do not want to Herbert Chinn, having liquor In a literary and an artistic point of In AiIviiui'imI Stage. view, and does much credit, both to his possession for purpose of sale. Ml these main subjects are In an Mrs. McMullen and" the publisher. who dues not want It. nor do wo want Same, breach of the peace. mnci'il stago and havo beon either to send It to those who do not intend a Mrs. McMullen makes a speciality of Same, for carrying concealed uptcd or agiccd on In principle,1 In atn trm It this character of work, and many Tim titt Aiililmtii.t f r weapon. ' "" vtth tho exception of some reserved '"'n'"1,avc " a "" '""' wants ho doadly for suffering gaming on his western newspapers have prollted by subscriber Same, willed President Wilson T .Ints on her taste and skill. Her homo is at publican is the fact of his paying premises. a- -. I the Premiers are to take final (ni It !iin1 fi ronnrMinlil., limn peaco. San Antonla, Texas. Laura Chinn, breach of tho . tun. I mentioned features Tho edition when this Is not done we shall follow Lou Maddox, furnishing liquor to The military terms adopted yes- -t up officers and local camp sceiies at Ft. the killing "process." minor. 'day were In tho hands of the draft-i'.we m Will Daughcrty, for detaining a Sill, ammig tho former of which y to bo put Pi t!.e experts ROAD TAX DKI'KATKD woman against her will. Martha Unt- were pleased to see tho electro of t rm of articles of tho trri.'y. The our own Major J. M. DeWeese. AT SATURDAY'S KLKCTIOX ie r filed complaint. n.val and norlal terms are agreed to. Daugherty, seduction under IJKXXKTT DAITROX WKDDIXG Ira jrcpt as to reservations regarding The road tax was defeated at the promise of marriage, on information tho disposal of tho large German ships and tho dismantling of Helgo- polls Saturday, but by a much small- by Ruth Allen. Mr. Owen Bennett, of Llvermore, seduction Cecil Daniel, under er margin than at the November land and tho Kiel Canal. and .Miss Nora Daffron, of Sunny-dal- e, and election. It rained throughout the promise of marriage, on informatln Germany's eastorn, western were married at the home of v now boforc day, but for which fact both the by Myrte Ashley! nro Tiv rthern boundaries the groom's cousin, Mrs. J. Caskey Will iDaugherty, having liquor In ho council or in the Committee or friends and opponents of the measure Dennett, Wednesday morning at ten northevn declare the result would have been his possession for purpose of sale. Tho eastern and ftopurts o'clock. Rev. A. D. Litchfield offSimon Dennison, maiming stock. iciating. boundaries are to bo determined different. It is a notable fact that Tho young couple left at L. II. Crowder, carrying concealed lying along the boundary those precincts Tho Western Thursday. once for Llvermore, whero an enterDaviess county line, whero tho voters a deadly weapon. , will ha settled Friday. tainment awaited them at the home John Wlthrow, samo offense. of reparations knew best the worth of good roads, Tho consideration of the groom's mother. Frank Douglas, aiding prisoner to o is set for Saturday, though this voted for the tax, and that the may go beyond that time. hoavlest majority against tho tax escape. 1.0AX CAMPAIGX question Mrs. 11. C. Douglas, same offense. OPKXS APRIL Ul his covers all the principles, except was In Prentiss precinct, about the Tom lllues, procuring liquor for farthest precinct from the good exresponsibility for tho war. r Washington. March 12, Tho VicIt Is tho doslro of tho French to ample of our neighbor county. The another, 2 cases. L. & N. Railroad Co., charging tory Liberty Loan campaign will open ,mudo an Integral part of majority against the tax was 2lS. havo, this more for a short than a long haul. Tho vote by precincts follows: Monday. April 21, and end Saturday the treaty, so as to settle mo quesKlbert Murphy, grand larceny. No Yes night, May 10. . tion, and this may bo conceded, Precinct Kstll Coff, procuring liquor for determined on 92 Tho Treasury SI East Hartford though It Is un open question. CS another. Wost Hartford St thoso dates, which had been tenta"Trillion" Is I'wd. Walter Craddock, assault and bat- tively announced previously and GO 34 Tho consideration of reparations llcdn GS tery. Glass is expected to is3iio a 24 "trillion" In Sulphur Springs has Introduced tho word lliibll Lawrence and Agnes Tay- statement soon explaining tho dif2!'. 37 recognizing money, probably for tho Mngan 3S lor, creating and1 maintaining a pub- ference betweon Liberty bonds and 56 first tlmo In any single fliiniicitil oper- Cromwell Liberty notes, issuance of both ot 20 lic uuslsanco. Cool Springs 22 ation, for, although millions and bilCO 29 which have been authorized by Conbeen used In war North Rockport lions ofton havo gress for tho victory Issue. Ho will 25 41 WKKICS TOHACCO SALKS flnanco, no sum has yet been reach- South Itockport OX OWKXSUOHO MARKKT not disclose, however, until u week 35 15 Select touching a trillion. ed 19 67 or two beforo tho campaign opens In estimating tho war losses of all Ilorso Branch A summary of tho week's sales on tho exact tonus of tho securities. Tho 104 32 '. tho first figures of ono of Roslno tho Powers S3 77 the Owonsboro looso loaf innrkot, us principal class of securities to bo oftho groat Powers aggregated n tril- Kast Heaver Dam 51 reported by 11. 10. Stroud, Supervisor fered, perhaps the only class, will 104 and those of unothor West Denver Dam lion francs 75 27 of sales. consist ot Tiotes, although tho TreasuPower woro slightly nbovo a half tril- Mcllenry Friday's Sale. ry ls considering an arrangement by 04 126 nnmoly, six hundred bil- Centortown lion francs, Owensboro. Smallhou's 32 which theso could bo converted later 35 lion francs. Thcuo first estimates . Pryor 48,975 lbs., ave. $15.59. 59 20 Into long term bouds. gradually been reduced until tho Kast Fordsvlllo havo Hurley 12, 940 lbs., avo., $22.50. 34 78 present aggregnto covering the losses West Fordsvlllo T1IK HUPKRVISORS MKKT. LuncuKtcr. 7 44 ; h of Aetnaville all countries la about for Pryor 23,470 lbs. nvo. $16,39. , 19 27 and In final Shrove tho first highest estimate, Tho county board ot supervisors Hurley 3,365 lbs. avo. $25.76. 24 33 rt Oluton form probably will bo In tho met ut tho court house Monday, and Daviess County 32 33 tbirty-flv- o or forty billion Uuford of will bo in sosslon for eight days, durPryor 6,950 lbs. ave. $15.70. 38 21 Hartlctt dollars. ing which they will make such Field llrothet-22 25 not yet beon Hoflln Tho flual figure has changoa as they see fit in the assessed Pryor 18,980 lbs. avo. $16.92, 5 42 Coralvo written Into the commttteo report, valuation of tho property of the counKqulty Home. 27 41 , but hus been loft In blank and ex- - Pt. Ploasant ty. Tho board will then adjourn to Pryor 25,925 lbs. avo. $14.28. 75 may Narrows 18 pressed as "X" so that an insort meet later for a five days sitting, at Klcctrlc. 34 10 Ralph ho made whon there is an underwhich they will hoar complaints from Pryor 12,305 lbs. avo. $14.90, 4 61 Prentiss standing ns to tho formal decision those who believe tholr property has r Sules For Week. 7 '24 llorbort on the amount to be oxacted. ' beeu listed too high. This board has Pryor 812,290 lbs. avo. $16.25. ' ji . 25 23 Arnold ' Hurley 41,620 lbs. ave. $21.80. ' tho authority to lower ns well as to 9 42 Render V liAMKS REST KOOM. ' raise tho assessed valuation ot prop- 1G Sale For Season, 14 Simmons lbs. ne $16.31. erty, but it rarely jporforms the low- -, Pryor 11,638,415 Tho ladles of Hartford met at the erlug act. Tho State Tax Comtnla- Hurley 401,835 lbs. ave. $23.46. 1270 1493 rooms Tuesday aftornoon Total Red Cross Northwest Against Federal Operation System Inefficient t I w"- i 'n vr' 2, v. . ek car--pri- so , de-jda- I hl , to-da- to-da- y Sec-rota- ry ono-flft- nclgh-horhoo- ; St. Paul, March As the congressional hearings on the railroads proceeded there was a growing convicOnly the woman's poor markman- - tion in the minds of tho peoplo of Ufo. sllln S.IVPll MlH Ilfp nf flinrlln Tiimnr Northwest that tho best Interests of remm ot tho when Mrs. M. L. Heavrin fired three l" counir ,,lcla tho shots at him, at close rang", In front roads to thc"' owners with, month period. Certaln- ot the Commercial Hotel, Friday at - tw,;nt'-011- 0 iuuio is no cninusiasm ior tno tcrnoon. plan." On tho contrary, talking to Bert Mc- "live-yea- r Turner was Dowell, who was sitting in a machine, the continued operation of tho rail- ' when Mrs. Heavrin opened fire on ways by tho Government brings out him. She fired three Shots, one ot new abuses every day, and so far as them passing through his clothes, this section is concerned, familiarity near the wnlst 1lni Tnrnnr wrnnpli- - with Government operation has bred ed the pistol from her hand. Turner anyth,nB but U,dns for that k,nd ot did 'not swear out a warrant for management. Tho deficit under Fedcr- . his assailant's arrest. !01 contro1 onIy serVGS to clinch the The shooting grew out of a deposl Hon Turner recently gave, at Owens - iargumcnt aBa,nst Perpetuation of tho "roa "He. It Is not go- -, boro. in the suit pending between his J)resout op,n,on Ucro i,,g divorced wife and Mrs. Heavrin. In ,s t0 fnr to say that ihorosMy alarmed over tho state the deposition referred to Turner transportation world, stated that he had had Immoral re. of a"alrs 'And the dencit ls onIy one Pase ot latlons with Mrs. Heavrin. and arous """"-"ul l" UA,au"B rvu ed angor and Indignation over his Shippers and the eral management. statement resulted in the shooting, ,n Keneral mISht become " The grand jury was in session, but fubUc after hearing evidence refused to ly reconciled to Government operation of tho roads it thc increasing indict. cost of running them wero accompanied by a corresponding increase ot MARIHAGK LICKXSK. effectiveness. Dut overybody who Afmr n lull In tho i.mtrlmnnlal Use3tUe r.oatls. from traveling men market. It has picked up materially l Me large, shipper, Is outspoken in the past few days. The couples em- declaring that the Federal 'management goes from bad to worse. barking on the sometimes Joyful "No Government Ownership." oOiaetlmos otherwise matrimonial Here is a man who uses tho rall- ' Rf'A wen; ays uauy. wcck in and wee out, Harb Smith 51, Select, to Josle and has done so for twenty years. Johnson 19, Beaver Dam. you wk him what ho thinks ot Owen Bennett. 24. Llvermore, to When uuYuriuuuiii opuruuuu ul iiiu run Nola Daffron 20, Sunnydale. Joseph Bishop 3G, Hartford Route 1, lines, ho shakes his head in a sort of hopeless way and exclaims: "No to Mvrtln Hull. Ufa. to Government ownership for mo E. A. Bennett 22, Beaver Dam. hostility to such a plan Is based upoa Elizabeth Stevens IS, Beaver Dam. passenger tUe es,,tins Inadequate Owen Harris 21, Beaver Dam, to sorvice, and also upon tho overbearMerle. Oglosby 21, Beaver Dam. railEura Jones 20, Centertown, to ing Indifferent attitude of the way employees. Janie Hoover 22, Hartford. On the other hand, what does tho average shipper here think of tho SIX 1JARUASS ABOUT IT. present state of affairs? His opposi- l, ,.,,,-- 1, (...Inn'""" '" IieiHiauoiIt UUKSIUUICUl ur, 1- 1Tl,. i ot railroads is so strong as ln the minds of some soldiers who are eMh,P to verge on oiuerncss anu ior mis entitled to a bonus of $60 about how reason, that while tho rates are to go about collecting it. Simple lethigh, nature of ter writing to the War Department service he receives the return is tho In is time wasted. The soldier's dispoor. Moreover, the polcharge, or order for discharge, must icy of the Federal management In isIt 'In be sent to the Department. suing new and Increasingly strict regdoubt about how to proceed comas to claims is having a municate with Mr. Ed Barrass, chair- ulations effect on shippers in genCivilian Relief Committee, man of the eral. As one of them expressed it:. at Hartford. He will take pleasure "We get a new batch of rules every In assisting you. few days, regarding shippers' claims, t and all of them are against the ship- DRUG STORKS SHOULD HE per aud In favor of tho Government." ALI.OWKD TO SELl LIQUOR That sort of thing naturally does not go well with the shipper. As for It is the view of T. M. Gllmore,' may president of the National Model Li- the public, whatever sentiment have existed before tho war In favor cense League, that the sale of liquor ownership aud operafor medicinal and sacramental pur- of Government qulto prohibited under tho tion ot tho railroads ls poses canuot be thoroughly dissipated by this time. Constitution. now are convinced that, In a letter sent out this morning The peoplo however beautiful such management to various publications, Mr. Cilmorj sucgives expression to his understanding may be In theory, and howover cessful In Germany and certain othor of tho situation by saying that there Unitprevails a "horrible misconception" countries, It has no place In the ed States of America. to tho difference between prohibiIt requires no deep study of tho tion and regulation. trend ot public sentiment to roallzo saMr. Gllmoro concedos thnt tho wanted Is a decision by loon must go. Also, ho admits that Unit what is pribeverage pur- Congress to return tho roads to tho sale of liquor for vate control nnd manngomont. But poses is doomed. But, he assorts, recognized on all sides that it tho meaning of tho law is being push- it ls and even suicidal to ed beyond its lottor as to the sale would bo unfair medicinal pur- hand back tho rail linos without first and uso of liquor for perway. Whllo poses, For such purposes, he de- preparing tho drug storo cannot bo pre- manent Federal management or ovon clares, the five-yeproposal has met with vented from engaging In its salo. He the pooplo of America will no enthusiasm here In tho Northwest adds that the there is u strong belief that Congress stand for no other interpretation. must first grapplo seriously both with mm tho rato aud tho wago problem beGKHMAX NAVY TO 1LWK 15,000 MKX fore handlug ovor tho roads to their owners. Any attempt on tho part ot personnel tho Administration leaders lu 'ConLondon, March U The ot the aerman fleet Is to bo restrict- gress to throw the railways back on ed to 15,000, the Supremo Council their owners without making it poshas decidod, according to press dis- sible for tho latter to operate them patches from Paris. Tho military would be a most unpopular move, as conditions to be imposed on Germany ouo senses opinion at this time. Include guarantees that no tanks will Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Rhoads, forbo built and no more poison gas manall Germau war merly of Hartford, but now ot Union ufactured and that material must bo banded ovor aud City, Tenn., announco the marriago destroyed. It is added that allied next Monday, of their daughtor, Miss commissions will supervise the car- Nonle, to Mr. Verne Sabln, ot Union ' City. rying out of these conditions. DKFKXDS UKIt HONOR WITH AUTOMATIC UX ' ' i, '"n"ns - i ,.. ar tWWWjjjjM Jill I mmtm r STtaro'ifr .:aS3 .jfci. &J- - y HP aSLJJHSa2iX2I2LlSl ww IjjMrn w' "wy?i"i ,u. p i.H.wwg'iia "J1" Jt : i Pi,' at-- . fo V, K " - k fc. V. I plans! In order to commander's FIRING SQUAD BUSY reach our transports he would have to steer a course sheer around the g 1!00 Lined Up And Shot Moody SAVED BRITISH TROOPS llrltish Isles and come up channel In Herllii. In the west to his destination, where he would arrive with empty fuel Ilcriln, March 9. Two hundred tanks. For the German submarines How British Fought The In those days were not enormously Spnrtaclsts taken prisoners In tho last " boats of to- - week's rebellion were summaripowerful at Menace In day. They had very definite limits, ly executed by government troops North Sea. I Passage through the net was only Friday. They wcro lined up against the possible Ht Folkstone and Houlogne. We should have been hoist with our wall, one by one. When Germany announced ncr!own petard had we left no opening It was the grimmest ami most Hut the available gruesome wholesale execution In Ger"unrestricted" submarine wnrtnre, for ourselves. many nervous folks threw up their channels, or "gates," at either end man history. The answer is very simple : Louisville people prefer The Her-hands and asserted that we should were narrow, and vessels had to pass This Is my first opportunity to aid as their morning paper because they know that The Herald is, never bo able to devise any effective through In slngte file, close In- send out the news. fn-s- t means of combating the now peril. shore, where they were under tho of all, a newspaper. Tho peoplo's navy division has Hut the silent navy wns not worried, comfortable menace of the shore been disarmed and dissolved. The That it is always fn-s- t with the news when it is news; that its It smiled a batteries. says London Answers. private telephone system In the ctly news is authentic ; that it may be depended on. Of the floating barrier It has been has been ersumed. silent smile, supremely confident These are the primary reasons why most Louisville people that the path that led to security said that "what Hrltaln lacked In The last round of terrific battle when buying a morning newspaper choose the Louisville Herald be discovered troop ships was more than atoned between government troops and Ueds would presently net de- was fought Friday In the northeast as their favorite morning newspaper. which, as the world knows, It was. for by the The navy knew what the nervous fense." Day and night It was con- quarter of Ilcriln. folk did not know. It knew that a stantly patrolled by trawlers. It re The Alexander Square still looks submarine quired a certain amount of attention is battered ns n front lin in a bloody crave and tremendous during ali watching, as. for Instance, when I section on tho western front peril had been conquered early days of the war, the secret it now and again became necessary the The police prefecture has been alof which was as well kept as its to replace sections of tho line after most completely wrecked by explois furnished daily to Herald readers, through the medium of such , plans were laid. And thu secret was one of the mines had Justified its ex- sives. news services as the Associated Press, the Universal Service, the tho secret of the great net defense, istence The latest authoritative casualty , .It.l ..... ......n1.. ...... ,;. flint 111. Newspaper Enterprise Association, and other foreign cables. which, now that naval censors arc figures of the revolt are: News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sport-ni- g nonexistent, may be described. jtlent, unseen net. It could blto. Killed. 300. Early In 1315 the Hrltlsh navy ac- Fourteen ocean highwaymen, either COO. statistics as compiled for The Herald's snort page. It is diffiWounded. complished one of tho cleverest mari- by accident or design, tried concluTotal. S0O. cult, in that the human element is considered The Herald's sport for l time feats of the whole war. At sions uith her. She accounted The American missions nrc safe. interesting, then entertaining, then instructive. . page is first of-althat time our cross channel trans- them all. The financial world is thoroughly covered by the daily finanIt was, moreport was enormous. These, like many another, are enForgot, Wlmt He Needed. cial page, giving the latest reports of the various stock exchanges over, increasing every day, for as counters which will never be deFrom the llepubllcan. Mt (llliad, our engagements Increased in France scribed In history, and which will Ohio: and bond markets, and keeps one fully informed as to the latest and Flanders, r.o our army Increased dwell only In the Imaginations of The editor had an Interesting exquotations on all fluctuating commodities. at home, and had to be conveyed men. perience some time ago, when a in addition to its news features you will find dailv in The Her across tho narrow strip of water young gentleman came Into this office ald among other interesting features,, a Fontaine Fox Cartoon, wherein so many forms of death Surgeons agree that in cases of'all,i asked for a copy of the Marrow "Bringing Up Father," an Edgar Guest poem, Tad's "Indoor might lurk. Cuts, Hums, Bruise and Wounds the County Republican. He scrutinized Sports, brilliant editorials, a macrazine and woman's No Jess than 100 destroyers wore First Treatment is most important. it carefully when a copy was handed vnn'll employed on escort duty connected When an efficient antiseptic is find in fact, in each copy of your Herald something for each memand then said: "Now 1 know!" with this arduous business of trans- plied promptly, there is no danger of What is It you aro looking for. we ber of the family. system, Infection and the wound begins to inquired. "My wife sent me a bottle port. It was a watchful Give your local agent your order now; if there is none in your wasteful and vulnerable. heal at once. For me on man or of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed, and town send in the coupon below with your subscription. Sample Tho wonderful flow of troops and bua-- t. Horozone h the ideal Antisep-- I j forgot the name. I went to several supplies across the channel copy on request. could tic and Healing Agent liny it now 'stores and the clerks named over d not have been effected It tho old, be ready for an emergency. I'rice In the line on tho shelf cx- cumbersome system had not been su ,2rc. r.Oc. SI. 00 and $130. Sold by cent 'Chamberlain's' I'll try again perceded by something better. It Ohio County Drug Co. m and I'll never go home without g was niado possible by the consuma-- j Chamberlain's cough Remedy" Tlin KENTUCKY'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER. Hon of one of the greatest strategic jiKAN TO HKTAIN Republican would suggest to the pro- over applied. That was! manouvers 1:00,000 SKI. HCi's! nrletors of stores, that they post their the secret making and laying of the eleiks. and never let them substitute MAIL DAILV IIKKAI.I) TO XAMII AMI ADDHHSS Daily By Mail grent net harrier. j Washington. March S. Retention Customers Io.se fnlth in stores whore i von rvMM shown, 1st and 2nd Postal Zones. Includundertaking, within the army of about 200.000 Mihstltntlng is permitted, to say noth-Suc- h It was a gigantic ing all of Kentucky and Southa net had never been made or NAMK obtained originally through the inK of the injustice to makers of good I ern Indiana. conceived before. It Involved the em- -. drarts and by the transfer from the Koo.bi and tho illsapolntment of emYear. Mo. Address ployment of more than 3,000 men national guard, is planned by the tomers. m $5.00 $2.60 in various and boys all naval ar Dpartment in building up the n. v. u. No. It .Mo-- .. I .Mo. towns on the east coast, for the temporary military establishment of IH'KK.U' OK CHOP KST1.M VIES Enclosed Find mammoth net was made In sections, 'the nation. This was definitely made. $1.40 50c Check for ...? Sinlc Term Here great When one realizes how many peo- - ;novn Louisville. March, S Tin March, by General Mall following coupon with remlt-nn- c ro- - cli1ef of staff, who announced the de- - increase in value of farm lamf In all I'ostofllco Order ? 1 Your. . pie knew of this secret, it seems :i .1ios . . fie without once at Don't ' markablo that It did not leak out. of the War Department that part? of Kentucky during the lat C Kprcss Order . 5 The Herald for a single lay. Mos. . . . 1 Mo . I. bven the wivos of tho workers knew anny -- would not be reduced un year luss put tho average price of till it not or. a tney did. tney proved (lor .my circumstances" below 509. improved laud in the state up to $S1 an acre and unimproved land up to that they, like their husbands, could it09t untn solne iaw was passed ,. the permanent force. a secret. '$01 an acre. This includes nil sec- Here are some of tho items in the n tho military lirohlcms that tfon of tho stutt.- - and all farm Lind, construction of tho not. There were confront us have been carefully con- - Kaod, bad and indifferent, some of 2r,000 miles of steel wire in various sidered determining the number of which could hardly lie elapsed as real anjffTOTCzr.sy-araj.aassggaigRThere wero 250,000 ,Pn neceesnrv."' General March said, farm laud. The average value of nil thicknesses. fSX33SOUiff33aSMilkiimKL'iMr,jii' galvanized steel connection blocks. A -- dtit we can not get along without till.tblc land In the state, good and ) million screws were used to fasten ,at mimber 50!),l)0y and they will bad. lb J61 compared to $."0 a year HID OIANT camouflaging fil'NX adjn- - !0(,(MM A.MKItlCAXS fortifications ago. and secure the not, to which may j,e helil." I.V I'LOWICK t IJKlls cent to navy yards. IMSAItLKD l Wilt buoyancy bo added 200.000 glass In the cholco sections of the IUue KiilMment Keliuiiijiurnted. . Prior to tho war Mr. Toch gained globes, a similar number of globo Grasi and of Western Kentucky the Un,ier tIrc cxsting iUKislation the Xmv York- - Mnrrh s Washington. Hum ,,,r. a reputation as camouflour by lower March, S Present nots (hump) and 10,000 T. N. T. maximum war streugth of the ner- - values have soared to very high ing the visibility of tho forts at the prices. This is due not only to. tho tars, standing on concrete emplacemines. estimates of military authorities put manent army is around 298,000. Vol- to the Panama canal. Pacific entrance The net Itself consisted of a trc" untary enlistments to fill the rcgu- - groat general increase of prices for ments and abundantly supplied with tho number or Americans disabled iu projectiles, were erected dur-- l mendously strong system of Inter-- 1 iar arnly has been reinaugurated both all farm products, but particularly to half-to- n ' the war at 100.000. Of this number A pain In tho side or back that Ing the uar among the flowers and steel jn this country and in Prance, Gen- - "10 enormous prices for tobacco, knit meshes of w calcl'"! Heighten up It 1h estimated that 80.000 will be Three different sized meshes 'cnij Pershing having been authorized pecially hurley. In this tho Who shrubbery of private gardens In Now globes and!t() transfer recruits obtained from Crass farmers have for tho present York City and elsewhere along tholcalls fcr a rtibhlns application of able to return to their old occupawore used. Tho glass Ballard-- Snow Liniment. It relaxes tions, leaving 20,000 globe nets were used to keep the net tj,e expeditionary forces to the regu- -l r,ln ahead of the dark tobacco grow-I- n Atlantic roast, ready to repel tho at-- 1 who need reposition In the water. The globes, jar organizations and to release an i ers of Western Kentucky, but the tacks of aerniun naval or airships. jthe contracted muscles and permits training for work suited to their bo,llly mot,on serving buoys, wore fixed Itisido the equivalent number of drafted men. question now is whether or not the Maximilian Toch. one of the first ' (,nll"ary camou flours, told tho New fu,inB or '"convenience. Price 2Cc. maimed condition. hempen nets, whllo the deadly T N There will remain, however, a do-- 1 market will stand next year at high BOc and ?1,0 The Federal Hoard for Vocational ,cr bott,c- So,d l T mines wero stiung out In the netjnCency of the 200,000 from the total Mr'ces or wJl1 break and hlng baclt to York section of the American 'Ohio County Drug Co. m Education, appealing to the countrr itselt in a vast diamond pattern. 'ow ,0V(d'i under the pressure of the cnl society hero declared by tho military authorities y for aid iu tho campaign tu Sir. Toch, who directed several of ! enormous acreage that seems suro to The whole contrivance presented , i, ,im minimum pnnnkh.ni i mako disabled soldiers lndopeiid . . camouflage HOW TO OHKCIC SPKKAD an impassaiiie narner 10 1 ruz auu tmj responsibilities of the United "a Planted this season in tho hurley the navy's Important by making them OK DKADLY IXl'LUKX.A 11011. tils torpedoes. in western ieniuci;y prices projects, spoke with consent of Status. nounced that so far 13,000 men how Daniels. Ho described And how long, after tho several Those men, therefore, will have to :for Iarlc tobacco have not been sosat- Jured In lighting tho battles of di1 (Dy Stato Hoard of Health.) morning glory and parts were completed, did it take to coino from tho forces which tho War ' Infactory for tho farmers, although honeysuckle, First All of tho 2,500,000 poo- ocracy havo registered for tr ivy, us well as pnluts, had been eni- lower the gigantic net Into tho'sea. Department had planned to iluinobl higher than In former years. ployed to conceal or lower tho visl-- 1 Plo in tho stato are asked to he vac- - ing. Tho applications of 1.S00 havo I'Vrmors, millers and others and to stietcn, adjust ana iix 11 tinated Immediately against lutlueu boon approiod and 500 actually have Amthroughout Kentucky report that 10 billty of coastal fortifications. tweon Kolkstouo and lioulogue? The No Complications I.'iiivmm'ii. Tho brose channel, the mouth of New za. While this Inoculation, which is ntarted coursos lu thing was done between thu suttin:; The belectivo service act under per cent of last years wheat crop Is experience of Franco and England, mul rising of the miii! still on tho farm compared to 12 per York harbor, was protected lu addi- given in throe doses a week apart, that only 25 per wjiicti many of the men to bu recent of tho men tion to the guns in the regular army with vaccine furnished froo by the Aftor months of feverish nilting tained worn inducted, tlxoa four coin on farms a yoar ago. This Inneeding retraining take advantage ana pnring, mo iruwior oi oiu month,, rter tj10 Prmddontal procla-fror- u cludes wheat saved for trading to lo- forts, by mortars having a range of stnto board or health, will not pre- - of the facilities, offered. Booms cer vent Ihfluonza in all casos, it will pre twolve miles, said Mr. Toch. Kolkerstono. unloading their j ulUo:, ,lf imiK.0i aH thu maximum cal mills for flour. vent pnuouioiiia, which caused most tain to bo surpassed in this country, CVci! unique cargo as they wont. Lltorally. ror tIu, rct0llUim of momi,orH r tIlt) Of last years corn crop ".7 per cent I'llvate the Federal Hoard believes "lu vlow d0'1'1" troul they draw a lino of safety across tho temporary force. Mllltury authori-wnte- r. Is reported still on farms, as aro also Some or these auxiliary "caution, ho! of tho 14'000 of this plugue during tho past yoar In Ken of tho groator gonoroslty Iiy morning tho groat not was tl8B rrosee no complication aa a re- 27 por cent of the o.its uml 12 per declaitd, were placed two-ana half Government." At lonsf 15,000 dismaking tlieer Into Dnuloguo harbor. Llllt of Ma limitation, howevor. rent cent of tho barloy. on prlvatu ostatas and tucky, say physicians. miles Inland Second Kvoryono having u bad abled mon aro expected to enroll for Avorago land values for tho en- so concealed by ariiuigcmout of trcos. and the absolute safely of our ing certain that tho final pouc treaty cold is asked to isolate himself in ills vocational training. triimtport ervlco was are now; poor plow lauds shrubbery and flowers, that the can not bo agreed upon before Muy, tire States Tuition, books and living expenses was Ignorant of their erection, room until a physician has pronouncut the our! lust. Tlibi will extend the $51.26 nn aero, good plow lands $91.-8:aro provided all disabled men takJ5o the net was laid and behind all plow lands ?71.:il. all Im- and oven nvlators found "little or no ed thu cotio not inllucnzn. enlistment period or the draft conThird Physicians arc urged to re- ing courses, which may rango from that stool rampart tho ahips of old tingents to September, before which, proved land $81.81, all unimproved nvldonce" of their location. Thoy port all influenza 'cases for strict six months' shop training to a four Hrltaln tould ( 01110 and go us they they feel certain, Congreau will havo land $02.08. For tho ontlro United wore manned by army gun crews, quarantine, to wear u mask when at- years college course, hi no caso I'rIU could fire off as many acted to relieve the situation lWted. States reports indicate .'il.li por cent ready for Instant action. does the allowance fall below $G5 a of tho corn crop. 14.1 per coirt of tho ef hi "tin flbh" as he pleased. They Tho camouflour described also his tending patients and to wash both month. thoir hands and face in antiseptic soup In tho not, D.Wt.'KH .SIGNALS did no more than liang wheat crop, 38.2 por com of tho oats work in disguising navy yards and oto visiting each patient. igifU to his llritannlc Majesty, whon, OK HAD IlLOOD crop and 31.9 por cent oftho barloy docks along tho Atlantic coast, no- - lution aftor anyone wiio uas any (loeuilon arose, various sections of tably tho Pensacola and Key West itlll on the farms. uh tho not were ruisod for Inspection. II. P. 11UYANT, l'linpla on tho face, Imnchea in the which wore osposed to attack 80 t0 oellovo ,l s contracting Inllu-b- y Y practically an nock, sallow anil mvarthy complexion, Tho net formed Field Agent. Gorman raldors and submarines ;e,,za w urBcd to B t0 ,ied For Infants and Children ,,,s lhyclan tells him he lgtlimurt, transforming Hrltaln from sores, ulcers, inueonn putcheN, copper oa operating In tho South Atlantic. The lhoro unU1 It wuh pointed out that Bn Use For Over ca" K au Island Into a peninsula. This, at oolorud spots, ncaly sUIu affections, navy bolioved, Mr, Toch assorted, Years all events, was tho effect of tho not constipation, iuactivo liver, dyspepy? that tho Corinans had a secret base w"on futal imeumonla dovolopes from Always bears FOR FLETCHER'S barrier on enomy boats. Hoforo tho sia and stomach troubles are common on tho north coast of Cuba, adding luttuenza it m usually nocuuse the Signatured I harrier was set, (lurman submarines, symptoms of poisoned blood. Thoro that "rich Qormnn firms in Havana patient has porslstcd in remaining on working from their base, could dash I no remedy offered today to the woro notoriously aiding tho Central his feet despite a high tompcraturo. a public that has so successfully cured for our channel transports by "Is this your boy, Sam?" Thoy wero lecturing tho young powers, and that there were more Try Thlf For Hour Stoiuurh. very short cut, though admittedly those diseases as "Number 40 for scrapo-grac"No sab. Dufs only mah and told him ho should German spies and propagandists on ." Kat slowly, masticate your food not without soma danger to them- Tho lilood." An old doctor'a pro- be moro grateful to his uncle who the island than in tho United States." Kat but little meat and selves. They could descond upon us scription containing tho most roliablo had paid his debts. "Why, I didn't know either you. or Mr. Toch declared tho army did thoroughly. swiftly from tho northeast. alteratives kuown to medical sclcnco. "Yes, yes." ho allowed coolly, "I "not take kindly to camouflage at tho none at all for supper. It you aro your wife wero married before." Hut Jitst take a map of Western "Wo hain't, sah; but you see(flj Put up by J. C. Mondenhall. Kvans-vlll- know my uncle paid my creditors, but boginnlug of the war," and said that still troubled with sour stomach take Kuropo and note what a difference Ind., 40 years a druggist what has ho done for me?" Dostou he had great difficulty iu convincing one of Chamberlain's Tablets boforo hyah boy was lef' by someone on 6ur of going to bed. m step, Ban." Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. army officers of the necessity that barrier made to thu Boston Transcript. Transcript. HOW CHANNEL NETS U-Bo- "long-ranged- Why Do Louisville People Choose The Louisville Herald As Their Morning Newspaper . cross-chann- All The News of The World, The Country, The State and The City j ' n.-nr-o ap-i,i- I ev-an- j i THE LdUISVILLE HERALD i:. , ,, 1 . y . fix-ke- ep j The Louisville Daily Herald and &S The Hartford Republican, both one year JoJv "'.rmvvyri ' 3 w'"t - Chi-ral-- : to-da- Sec-rota- ry '"'-'li- . ciosn-chann- el pas-sor- 1, nv-bas- al I Children Cry ii 30 J -- OASTO R A tdba&jfzggjtffe step-chile- e, at - tlonnl law, to govern tho relations of nntlons, nnd n court to construo that COL. ROOSEVELT ON law In uach Instnuco of dispute, but GROWING UNJUSTIFIED ;n world legislature, or oxecutlvo COURT OF NATIONS world autocracy. Tho peoplo of tho world want dis armament an tho only curtain guarHigh Prices On Leading antee of world peace; mutual dis- Extracts From Editorials Types Due To War armament; this proposed constitution Showed Col. Against Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wis., says: of a loaguo of nations does not pro4 Conditions. Congress vide lt;ll' merely hinds tho American ''I Suffered from fem.lln trnnlitns i'1il.l. M....,1 ..I i people to tho acceptance of whntovcr 'decisions mny ho mndo upon this mnt- -' Tho one effective move for ob n world legislature no mat-Ih- e l'lunglng In tobacco growing to,or 1 B vegoiauio uompounu n taining pcaco Is by an agreement i "..i . wnnt ,l,nt decision may be. neglect of other crops I not Jun-'- lr Willie urougni great roller and sis bottles have entirely cured inc. T,, 1'eoplo of the world want wars among tho great powers, In which tilled by tho present tobacco situation, s i i u Wi,n,. Vl hP'0r fcmn.1V double of any kind should try Vegetable- Compound." which the Department of Agriculture, ' om' but this constitution of a each should pledge Itself not only to In a statement recently Issued, do-- 1 league of nations settled none of tho abide by the decisions of a common How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. Hcrlbes as dlfllcult. In territory "W problems which now mrnaco tribunal, but to back its decisions Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a femalo trouble which great civilized nnwhere tobacco Is a new crop, rocont- - ,no world's peace. On tho contrary, with force. Tho uiauu iiiu iiiucii suiiernig. anu two doctors decided that A combine by solemn ly Introduced to rnnlnce cniinn imiii.r ! binds the American people to the nc- - tlons should juuiu iiuyi) 10 go inrougu nn operation before 1 could boll weevil conditions, as In portions 'coptnuco of any hHtleiiient that may agreement In a great world luaguo wen. B A "My mother, who had been helped by LycliaE. Pink-haof South Carolina and Courgla, tho be made, In a world legislature dom for tho peace . of righteousness. s Vegetable Compound, advised mo to try it be- best Interests of tho rarmrs, the htate- inated by alien Interests, regardless court should bo created a changed iuresuomuting to an operation. It relieved me from of whether or not American Interests and amplified Haguo Court would ment nays, appear to lie In the ;y iroiioics so l can uo my house work without any and Ideals, or the welfare of Ameri- meet the requirements composed of dliliculty. I advise any woman who isaflllctcd with of a safe and each nation, femalo troubles to give Lydla J. Pinkham's Vege- hystom of farming rather than to cans In general, are sacrificed In that representatives from those resprescntatives being sworn Plunge from tho uncertainty of cot- settlement. for them." Mrs. Mahie Doyd, 0th St., The American pcoplo are willing to act as Judges In each case, and not ton production Into the possibly still K. B., Cantou, Ohio. In a representative capacity. greater nncertalnlty of tobacco pro- to dip their flag to Justice, but not to o duction under existing conditions. force, regardless of whether that The nations should agree on cerWhile It Is Impossible, the statement force Is behind a righteous or an untain rights that should not bo ques flcrlaro.1, to arrive at the quantity of righteous cause. Tho Paris pcaco conference should tioned, such as territorial integrity, tobacco Kurope will bo prepared to purchase during tho next year or two, sottlo tho terms of peace with tho (heir right to deal with their own it seems likely that any considerable central powers, should settle the domestic affairs and with such matIncn-asover the litis crop In the (tiestIons growing Immediately out ters ns whom or whom not they oulcl admit citizenship. All should lliiucured section would be followed of tho present war, should propose a code of international law and a world guarantee each of their number In fly a decline In market prices. of these rights. All The largest crop of tobacco tho court, composed of men of such legal possession ability and standing that, nominated idiould agree that other matters at -i u wuni;t-iiv in it vi illy rtki signers of the Issuo between any of them, or bemarketed, and whllo prevailing mar - l,)y t,nch of ,hc LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN..MASS. ket prices nro very high for some of compact, they would Do ratllleil hy all tween uny of them and any one of a thc rest, to Interpret that codo of number of specified outside civilized the finding types, such abnormal prices are said to bo duo primarily to general principles In its application nations, should be submitted to the war conditions Tho department points to every international dispute. To court as above constituted. A DKMOCIt TS YIKWS now stand for anything paternalis- - forestalled uso of. T. O. Sopwlth, out that the country has grown threo tho enforcement of tho decrees of HIS I'AUTY'S I'OLHTKS tic, when we and our allies have been airplane manufacturer and inventor, Each nation should absolutely relargo crops of tobacco In succession, such a court every nation should fighting Germany the most auto- - had constructed several of these serve to itself, its right to establish with no decided shortage In produc- pledge Itself. G. Arthur Howell, of Atlanta, cratlc and paternalistic government aerial tanks for tho British army. The supcrnatlonal government, as Its own tariff and general economic any of the leading types. tion of fighting ma- questions as immigration and citi- writes as follows to the Atlanta Con- - in the world? There tho state was These armor-plate- d As compared with pre-wfigures, proposed in the leaguo of nations, stltution, of which a relative, Clark everything, and did everything even chines wcro impervious to rifle and exports of leaf tobacco were some- represents only the sway of numbers, zenship. Howell, Is editor: fire, and slnco they flow jto the thinking for the people. The machlno-gu- n what above normal In 191C, imich be- not tlu reign of wisdom or of right. Kdltor Constitution: I read with only thing that they woro to do was at such high speed it would havo been us explicitly reserve certain Let low normal in 1917, and still slightly Tho court of nations would represent Witness the differ- - nrnetlpnllv imnnsstliln tn reirtator n tl) our territorial posses- Interest, n recent eililnrl.il In thn fun- - to obev orders. below tho average In 191S, average the rule of Justice. Tho proposed rights guns sions, to our control of immigration stltutlon regarding gains by tho He - 'once in effectiveness of tho Ameri- - hit against thoni by exports for these three years being league of nntlons Is founded upon the socialistic idea of the sway of brute and citizenship, to our fiscal pollcv publlcnn party la the last election, can und German soldier. Whoa the t especially if the pilots flew low. approximately 3SO.000.000 pounds as t, very timely and) German had no orders he was lost The fuselago of tho machine ngalnst an average o f 410,000,000 force, regardless of equity. It would, and to our handling of our domestic Your remarks were I am sure, with tho approval of didn't know what to do as an in- - tected the pilot as much as the armor problems generally as If adopted, mark, not the ending, but problems pounds for the three years ending dividual he was nothing1 while the plate on tanks protected the chauf- the beginning of perpetual warfare not to be questioned and not to be your readers. with 1913. In addition to the explanation in 'American, accustomed to doing his fours of those sturdy war machines, with the peoplo of this country obli- brought before any international triMoio Leaf Tobacco Usitl. your editorial, there Is something 'own thinking, was resourceful and The gasoline tank and the machine's gated to participate in every war as bunal. The quantity of leaf tobacco an- well a.s to surrender the national InAh regards Impotent or disorderly deeper in the hearts and thoughts of 'more than a match in every way for controls were likewiso safeguarded, nually consumed In domestic manu- dependence achieved by Washington nations or peoples outside the league, tho neonle all over the country that 'his antagHnlst. nlato The wines wero of bullet-nrofacture during the last threo years and preserved by Lincoln. engine It has been my privilege, in the ami a 220 horsepower lot us bo very cautious nbout guar- contributed largely towards the He-- I nhows an Increase of about 100,000.-00- 0 success, and that Is tho past Tew months, to attend a number nished plenty of pep and go. The anteeing to Interfere with or on bepounds over thi preceding per Orderly Sergeant (to recruits half of them, where they lie wholly growing fear of business men every- - of meetings of business men some Salamander, one of theso aerial war iod, due largely to a decided progres- - mounting guard who are not fully outsldo our sphere of Interest; and where that the seeming encourage- - might be surprised to know how chariots, had a speed of 125 miles an nlve increase in the manufacture ot equipped) let us announce that our own sphere inent of paternalistic schemes on the many staunch Democrats are feeling hour. Fix. cigarettes. However, present indl- Tommy Wo ain't got biiyiills, of special concern in America (per- part of various bureaus, boards and that tbey might he on board the cations are that no more tobacco was Sergeant! haps limited north or somewhere some executive officers will prove wrong train; they don't like its seem- consumed In domestic manufacture In Orderly Sergennt That don't mat- near the equator) Is not to be In- rulnous to tho welfare of the country. Ing destination, and many have, no 191S than In the preceding 1 do not believe that tho taking doubt, already boarded year. ter a the other fringed on by European or Asiatic ! Do what er told! Fix! Stocks of leaf tobacco In tho hands Cassell's Saturday Journal. over of private business by the gov- - one. This feeling is not confined to powers. f dealers and manufacturers as of Moreover, let us absolutely decline eminent is right, or that it meets tho north it Is extending rapidly 'January 1 are reported as about any disarmament proposition that with popular favor. I do not refer to to this section of tho country where itntK.vcs mtotii:-- , pounds for all types, a would leave us helpless to defend tho operation of tho railroads by tho we, who were born and raised here, SITI'ATIOX UK.YVK considerable increase over the figures that was, no doubt, a and whose fathers and grandfathers Let us absolutely refuse government ourselves. of previous jears. With a 19 IS crop to abolish nationalism; ou the con- war necessity, and it mlgth he best were Democrats, hardly know what Washington, March S. Delay un- trary, let us base a , 000,000 pounds. estimated at wise and practical for it to continue so long as tho nee- - a southern Republican looks like n domestic consumption of about til June In calling a special session internationalism on a sound and in- essity exists, providing tho govern- - From all the remarks I heard, they 720.000,000 pounds, leaving n largo of Congress will result in several tense notionnllsm. nient is operating them more efll - 'wlll now bo much moro numerous surplus Over pro-wcioiitly than privato interests could, than in tho past. export requro-ment- s appropriation bills falling to bo pass1 know many business men Dem- and with stocks of leaf tobac- ed by tho end of the current fiscal One of tho most prominent United "When all this has been done, lqt us Cardui, the woman's SjjPriy co in he hands of dealers and manu- year, next Juno 30, ltcprcscntntlvo with deep seriousness pondor every States senators. In a recent address ocrats and KopuUlicans who reel a g&p PraC Ai. tonic, helped Airs. Wilchairman-elec- t of the promise we make, so as to bo sure that I was privileged to hear, mado keen satisfaction in the recount defeat facturer- above the normal. It seumg Good, of lowu, liam Evcrsolc, of Hazel obvjui" ni. the department, that or- House Appropriations Cominittoo, very prominent Democratic sen- - thrill. that our peoplo will fulfill It. It will the statement that the efficiency of of a Palch, Ky. Read what in a statement Issued tonight, be worse than ldlo for us to dinarily thero would be a tendency entor tho avrnge worker was reduced 33 ator in ono of our greatest states she writes: "I had a urging Immediate resumption of con- any league if, when along pator- per tent whon such worker got on certain remarks of his toward lower prices. Unfortunately the test comes In general breaking-dow- n o gressional activity. Without tho there nppi rs to be no means availtho future, this country acts as badly the government payroll, and that nullstlc lines wore widely quoted, and I was in of my health. of the money measures at an as It did in refusing to mnko any proable at this time for arriving at the inertia and indlffer- - 1 have no doubt they caused his de- t bed ior weeks, unable to eaily date Mr. Good sad that several test when (aermany violated tho once at once replaced the qualities of feat. European requirements for loaf toI had such a Get up. I certainly hope that the Democrat- bacco and its products during the goveriimont departments would bo Haguo conventions, in refusing to go ambition .energy and interest. weakness and dizziness, without funds to carry on their ac- to war when tho Loulstnnla next year Cigar leaf, practically all Witness tho telegraph system now ic leaders will read the .handwriting was . . . and the pains were any business offlco notices tho dlf - on tho wall and curb tho activities of of which goes into domestic consump- tivities. sunk, and In refusing to go to war rt iwi.u sty vtiy auvtii:. llccoustructlon legislation alone, with llulgarla or Turkey at all. tion, has declined sharply In price forenic and hopes and prays for com- -, thoso partisans advocating govern- lo d me I had tried every- - as Blnce the signing of tho armistice, ho said, should lead tho President petltioii in service under private own- - inont ownership and control of many thug else, why not ' nnd the market for this type has been "to call an extraordinary session Let us go into such u league. Hut ership and operation, rather than lines or private business. The iiraui t . . . i uia, anu bo- d typos, which without delay, but ho added that Inactive. Tho monopoly. Tho govern-- ! writing is too clear to be misread let us weigh well what we promise, soon saw it was helping . nre exported perhaps to tho extent of causu of tho uupassed supply bills nnd then train ourselvos in body and nient operation is efficient only in do- me . . After 12 bottles, beJ am strong and well." ihO per cent of the production, are "the necessity of an early session soul to keep our promises. There Is more Catarrh in this section Let us lays, making orrors and causing gendiseases selling ut moderately high prices. comes Imperative. The business of the country tlnin all ether was suptreat tho tormatlon of tho league as eral dissatisfaction. put together, and for years It d Clinic l"'or Apprehension. type, somewhat more .he an addition to, but in no sense as a interests, of tho country aro entitled posed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed TAKE congress to substituto for, preparing our own to servico apd aro willing to pay for local remedies, and by constantly falling "Tho failure of tho lost 11 ii half of which Is normally ex to euro with local tieatment, pronounced erted, and Hurley, which ordinarily pass many of the great supply bills strength for our own defense. And service. Huslness, however, Is pay- it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, 'not an export typo, have been sell and tho announced Intention of tho let us build a genuine Internation- ing tho bill and not receiving tho creatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constituPresident not to call Congress In ex- alism that is, a genuine and gener- goods. ing at abnormally high prices. tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Meditraordinary session until Juno is ous regard for the rights of others Many other lines of business hnvo cine, manufactured by F, J. Cheney & Tho situation with reference to Co., Toledo, Ohio, is u constitutional d tobacco Is of special im- cause for grave iipprohonslon," de- on tho only healthy basis a sound been and aro threatened with gov- remedy, Is taken Internally nnd acts portance in view of the extraordinari- clared tho statement. and Intenso development of tho ernment absorption, nnd somo havo thru the Wood on tho Mucous Surfaces System. Hundred Dollars Seven bills, aggregating $3,S21,-72.ri,9ly largo crop of last year and the posbroadest spirit of American national- had strenuous lights for existence. of the Is ottered One any care that Hall's for failed of passage, but Mr ism. sibility of a further largo Increase In individuals, appointed to bu- Catarrh Medklne fallB to cure. Send for Certain and testimonials. reau positions, hnvo tried to advanco circulars CHENEY ic CO., Toledo, Ohio. tho crop this year, particularly In Good said that this was not strange t Tome F. J. promoto pet schemes and theo Pold by UruRgleti!, 75c. eastern North Carolina and in South for in tho previous session nlno big and Had Taste In Your Mouth. Hall's Family l'llls tor constipation. finally Carolina nnd (leorgln, where cotton supply mcusuros wcro not When you havo a bad tusto in your ries whoreby privato business would Do you feel weak, dizis tho chief competing crop. Tho passed until Congress had been In mouth you may know that your di- bo taken over by tho government zy, worn-out- ? Is your IKOLDIKH ItKTCJHNK KKOM situation would seem to bo one session ten months. Legislation to gestion Is faulty. A dose of Cham-borlal- using tho wnr as a pretext claiming WAR TO SEE IIIH "WIDOW" lack cf good health caused to be a war necessity, when none railing for tho exerclso of caution by continue appropriations of tho curTablets will usually correct it Albany, Oro., March 8. Knruuto from any of the comWhen business Infarmers, particularly ou tho part of rent fiscal year was declared by Air. tho dlsordor. They also eauso a gon-tl- o such oxisted. terests rightly and properly oxposed homo to Join his widow and bereaved plaints so common to those who havo not previously grown Coud as unadvisablo because tho origmovement of tho bowels. You the crop and would need to provide inal appropriations wero granted on will find this to bo one of tho best such schomes, they wero met with re- parents, Paul U. Pletrok, experienced women? Then why not tho raro sensation of reading a newsnow curing barns nnd other equip- a war basis, and now must bo re- medicines you havo ever becomo ac- flections on their patriotism. give Cardui a trial? It duced. ment. It is the seeming encouragement paper account of his "glorious death quainted with. m should surely do for you in France," and of seeing his name in Taxpajcrs Will Feel Ilurdeu. of things like this that Is making buscasualty list on the day he what it has done for so iness men all over tho country sit up tho official For hoarsness, inflamed lungs orj "During tho next few months tax- l'AKSON' GOES IN FOIt S many thousands of other AXI) GAUDS and tako notico and wonder what stopped from the traia at home. Ho irritating coughs, Mallard's Ho re- - payers will foel tho heavy burden of they must do to prevent an auto- found his wife in widow's weeds and Hound Syrup is a healing balm. It Increased taxes and will tako a moro women who suffered it his paroiits stricken with grief. Sandusky, O., Mnrch S. "I am cratic government resulting. docs its work quickly anu thorough lively interest In tho work of Con should belp you back to mm Tho proper function- of a govern- ly. Price 2Gc, Due and $1.00 per gross," sniu tho statement. "From co i nc to urovo to other mlnlttr if health. bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug them will como n timely demand for this city that I havo tho right idoa," ment isto govern, and through wlso ' Ask some lady friend said tho Ilcv. Charles il. Small, pas- lav'3 to encourage its citizens in the retrenchment and economy. FLETCHER'S m FOR Company who lias taken Cardui. Tho needs of Uie department tor of tho First Congregatlonul production and distribution of goods, mm No Church, who has beoa criticised by In mmmorca, In finance and tho proshoHld bo carefully considered. She wLU tell you how it WOULD COUItT KKtiDKI) " department should bo denied ade other clergymen for saying tho fessions. No. government should FLYING TANKS WHHK TO III! KlYV WOULD (i'OVKUNMHNT 'Mil helped her. Try Cardui. quate funds to onrry on its legitimate church must provide tho' social treat In any business that can bo unKl'KUNG HY IIM'I'IHU aotlvities, Imunt tho saloon .now afford. The dertaken siiuceasfully by its citizens. The fundumoutal wrong In tho plan work. Hut government London, March "Flying tank," Vor a league of nations iiuw prapon dupllugta in tho aervlea, watte and first of tho sorloe of parties, fuaturet The handling of husinees by private airplane that would ed h that It establishes, not a world xtravagauce, uuould be on 1 1 rely of which were dancing ttd card, was ent rprtu .encouraged iudlvlduallaui or armor-plate- d ' eUuilttaieil. "Tki ean not be ac- - conducted under (h neraanal dirc- - Th'se trait are killed by politically enable pilots to hold their own i couu but i world o verumant. agulsat the enemy la trench warfare, lt is, ihllshoa, not the away of Jus- - comiillahed in a day., To carrv out tiun of Dr. Small. It wea largely at- - tu! u.nislereil biteiuess. T :is country has always encour- - were one of tho weapons held up the such a program uecessiates the im- - tended, and wu held in the ehuuli but tl.! reign of force. wmm---wmri basement. agt! individualism. Why shold y I Britain 'a sit eve that the aruiietleo mm V l irute, not a body of interna- - 'mediate convening of Coiigreaa.'' PLUNGING IN TOBACCO Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations mumJ '' "' - v m ""e 17 Every Sick Woman ShdMVrrifJ m e LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Before Submitting To An Operation! '"""'. ar anti-aircra- ft pro-me- of an I - ' w Helps ig 1.8-10- ar II Women 11 pas-sag- nt p flro-cure- tlue-cure- ii dun-cure- He Woman's ONK-STKP- - Children Cry R OASTO lj en-gu- ge w i W ail insists ,jjji . tk. asu ""Hf , U'.l ' "' P SBflta EEESC&2i m,m.We- - - i I ( F ' SHARING WAR DEBT our faith Is strong in tho christian religion, nntl wo hopo tho calamitous wnr Just closed will nwnken a new France Brops Plan To Hnvo Allies Weekly by spirit of nctlvlty In tho religious Share Obligations. Published HAItTFOHl) PRINTING COMPANY world. A little less religious bigotry and prcdjudlco nntl a little more Incorporated Paris, March 11, Franco has W. S. TINSLEY, snlrlt of the fatherhood of God nntl abandoned for tho present nt least, C. E. SMITH, jthe brotherhood of ihnn might tend any hope of having her great wnr s. President largely to make tho league of na- debt shared by the Allies, It is autions a workable theory. Editor thoritatively asserted by ono of tho JOHN 1II3XIIY THOMAS Amcrlcnns attending tho conference W. S. T1NSLEY, Associato Editor The Allies liavo finally decided that what had been nn embarrassing nntl Business Manager. for they lack lnw nntl precedent possibility has now been eliminated bringing to trial and inflicting legal according to law at the IlOm thd deliberations, although it is Entered of the I on the Postofllce, Hartford, Ky., as nion punishment possible that Franco might nt some Is gratifying to of the second class. Omblre, It piattcr German fttturo timo attempt to secure aslearn that our great statesmen have sistance. . l ...nlimlnn llinl i nt vi. lnci nrrivtpii ni u uuih,iudi .i Tho project has never been fujly .. ........ Address nil communicauoun ' presented nt tho conference, but con. j Tho Hartford Republican. ,h ,(0nl wu versations held at Intervals since the i hie nwn ennd tlmo. meet out a conference began havo served as a NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. proper punishment for the arehcrlm-ina- l medium for the presentation of the, of modern thue-Subscribers deBlrtng tho paper sent French point of view. give tho to a new address must request. old Tho Brltjjdi and American delegamaking tho address in How the boys wore treated "ovor tions havo been quite frank In their Locals and Notices 10c Business per line, and Cc por lino for addition- there" may becomo an Issue In tho disapproval and have openly said that al insertion. presidential campaign next year. The the people of their countries would Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Literary Digest, tho ablest and most be slow to indorse such a plan. of Thanks, 5c per line, money in ad- conservative journnl published In the mm vance. recent land sales. Church Notices for services free, United States, brings this condition but other advertisements, 5c per line. to tho attention of tho country. ForAnonymous communications will tunately there will bo little dlf Acuity Sarah K. and Pan T. Wilson to receive no attention. in settling tho question, as we shall John Fierco.lot, in Horso Branch, soon have innro than two million 5200. TELEPHONES. witnesses who can go on the stand Eva G. and L. P. Foreman to L 123 Cumberland B. Tlchenor 9 acres, near Hartford, aud state all the facts. Gil Mutual The Hartford Republican 1891 to 1919 There Must Be a Sec-Trcn- REASON! For a steady increase in Business and we believe that . J honest goods at honest values accounts for this large increase. We have a full line of Implements, Vehicles, Ranges, Hardware and Kabo "Live Model" Cor- Farmers VJ80. 1.1UDAY MAHCH a Shelby W. C .Hanna, 11 farmer, will bo a candidate ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announce I. S. Mason a candidate for Representative of Ohio county, subject to the action of tho Republican party at the primary election August --', 1019. "We 3 f El) HOOVER WHITES HOME. If newspaper reports of a trial, re cently held In Louisville, are true (.'iimlterl.iiKl I'lionc, Rodnugo. Luxonburg. there Is a Judge In that city who Feb. 20. 19111. should resign his office and retire to received your to com home until late in tho sumDear Homefolks: life in a tent in a remote corner of ceme- letter last night. It was twenty days mer. I look to go to the Rhine beone of tho city's abandoned teries. As the story runs a negro, on the road, but 1 was glad to have fore I leave Europe. 1 have seen 90 years old, who was never before It when it came. Always glatl to nwiul if I.Vinrii l.iirninlinn. nml Iti.l. To the great decisive battles of tho glum, but havo found nothing that accused of stealing, was caught In hear from home. world history will now add that of the act of picking .some crusts of Give nil my Wo are still in this little town, on beats old Kentucky. the Marne. bread from a garbage can. Now It tho Belgian border, guardiug rail- friends my best regards. Your loving son. happens that the city has recently road bridges, and acting as town The war in Europe was n wet enacted some blue law regulations guard also. The civilians are very PRVT. EI) HOOVER. blanket to the front page advertising governing tho action of citizens in the friendly toward wo soldiers, anil the a of Bryan and Villa. matter of garbage. The garbage is lady where n few of us aro ttnlug HUMAN FLESH SOLI) TO STARVING RUSSIANS! sold to a contractor, nntl at the trial gave us .1 suppi"- ibo other night, and Tho Tope has sent an urgent re- of the aged negro the court decreed we enjoyed it very much. quest to each of tho allied govern-- . 1 can't speak enough Gorman to Washington, March 11 Chaotic he was stealing from the contractor, ments, urging thorn to conclude a and fined him ten dollars. A woman uarrv on a conversation, but am lucky conditions in Russia, particularly in j speedy peace to rollcve thu tension was generous enough to pay tho enough to havo with me n Buffalo Petrogrud and Moscow, were describthat is developing widespread disor- old' negro's fine. God bless the boy, who speaks it fluently. These ed In reports received y by the der in the territory of the central woman anil Heaven pity the court. people here often talk of America, State Department. The depths to; powers. and one little boy sas be Is coming which the country has been plunged by Bolshevik rule was saitl by the' Mio w tho League of Nations is home with us. Just Good roads, like prohibition and It is very hard to get such luxuries advices to be indicated in a report the most widely discussed question in woman suffrage, is coming. OpposiAmerican public affairs. There is as tobacco, cigarettes, chocolate and from Moscow haying that human tion may for a time delay, but can not not. Indeed, an oppoiUion to a world ico cream. When thoy are obtaina- flosh had been tlil to the famine-- 1 finally prevent It. Only labt Novem- court, that would exert to tho limit ble at all they are very high priced. stricken population by Chinese sol- -' ber the majority against the road tax moral influences to preserve the Dread here is very cheap, but of a d'ors, w ho lator were arretted. was nearly six hundred, but Saturday peace of mankind, but there is a poor quality, and thu natives class Both Moscow and lvtrograd were It had dwindled to 21S. American reported without fuel of any kin I d opposition to tho United the unJ I States engaging to send her sons to bre.nl higher than we at homo do Tho supplies of coal, Kero-en- c The peace of nations and sobriety g'tsoline havo been exhausted ni. ! the very ends of tho earth to settle cattle. of peoples may be accomplished, not Thoro hifvo been quite a number since wood was nationalized In S p- tho quarrels of alien peoples. The so much by leagues of nations and League as at present proposed would of deaths among the Inhabitants re- '.omljir 'I .as not bee: available ' constitutional amendments as by the ongago England, France, Italy, Ja cently ono ovary day for the past private Because i "ci umptlon parental training of the children by pan and tho United States to police week but all tho Yanks are in flnn j lack of t'.-- J tho advicto said the sewtho family fireside. Tho good citiworld, and would establish the health. Thu reason ig wo get plenty age and water systems of Petrograd zen is made by the parent, rather the operation at any time. most powerful military machine tho of outdoor exercise and can take lots might coa-than by the state. Fortunately, of athletics. Tho old Fifth Division The streets of Pe "rprad were 1 world ever. saw. g enough senators have has a good foot ball team. Wo de- icrlbcd i- tVsortcd with tho exec A man publicly proclaims the Inplodged themselves to prevent this feated tho S8 Division yesterday with Hon of and civilians begging famy of a woman. The woman as- country becoming a cog in the all- - u score of " to 0, and wo havo never for bread. The deaths In tho city, sailed shoots, with intent to kill, at powerful military machine that would lost a game We aro going to have chiefly from typhoid and smallpox, the proclalmer or her dishonor. A lay the smaller states of tho world a horso show this week, and wo will woro estimated at 4,000 daily. Tho grand jury declines to Indict. Tho at Us teet. alto be graded on M. G. drill. Our Swiss, Danish Swedish, Dutch and sanctity of the home Is held higher company has done very well in prac- British embassies woro said to havo than statutes. To profane it by deed . It Is too often wo fault tho officer tice, nml wo aro looking for a good been looted. or word Is perilous. Conditions in Moscow wero reportfor tho manner of tho dLscharge of outcome. Well, have you folks received any ed us better than in Petrograd. Tho hardest knock yet given Wil-6o- n his duty, when tho fault Is In the law all industries in tho former he executes. Just now thoro Is some souvenirs? - I hnvo sent qulto a few and his Leaguo of Nations comus Among them a Gor- city except a few military plants havo homo recently. Houston (Texas) Post. It complaint that tho county tax comvia tho Tho only food man helmet, the real kind we shot at ceased to operate. says "Wo do not llko to borrow trou- missioner has nssossod tho proporty in tho linos, a canteen thu Germans available Js brought to Moscow by ble, but wo aro frightfully afraid that too high. The commissioner acted carried drinks In and a few other peasants, who soil It at excessive while wo aro making Eitropo safo for under orders from tho State Tax prices, sugar bringing 20 rubles a county at articles. democracy tho party will lose every Commission to assess tho You nsked mo to mention souio pound, which at tho old value of the not less than ten and a half million post-offiIn tho United States." dollars. He had no choico but to narrow escapes l had. It is hard to ruble would bo $10; dog moat 7 and comply with tho order. Also it is a say what particular ono was tho nar- horso flesh 21 rubles a pound. Many Henry Wattorson was a "boss" In rowest. Whether It was when I first of tho stores In Moscow havo boon his day, but senllo imbecility has set rather common practice, where a went Into tho trenches and "77" closed, and tboso remaining open are public offenso has been committed in, and he don't know nothing through tho roof of my dugout purmlttetl to sell morchandisu and to call on tho sheriff to malto an nohow. All of which wo havu exploded, knocking mo half way foodstuffs only on tho card system. upon tho authority of the erudite and rest. Now. tho law authorizes tho and Celebration of mass a mo churches sheriff to make an arrest without a across tho dugout and against tho philosophic editor of tho Hartford in a splitting hoad-ach- o has for tho most part ceased. Tracus 'there is a warrant only for, an offenso com- wull, and resulted Horald, vhch' reminds for two days, or when I was cov- tion an,d electric light sorvlcos are place "wboro, angels fear to tread." mitted In his presence. Otherwise ered, completely by a Gorman II. E, irrogular, electricity being available for him to, mnkp an arrest without my squad dug mo out, or for lighting purposes, only two hours Age thinks It beautiful to soo Iambs a warrant might subject him to a sholl, and whon a Boscho charged on mo with a each day. td Join suit for damages. Public officials . play, but wantshu Inclination . fixed ijayonot and I killed him with in the game Wo wero inspired to havo enough Kins to account, for, and yards BIG PEACE PAULEY . iny M. G. about twenty-flv- o this mention by tho .laughter of a the people should bo fair with them. away, or when I was ducklnj; M .0. OPENS MARCH 20 om ' bunch of young folks coming up in a coincidence bullets In a wheat field level ground It was something, of front of our ofllco at ton in tho evenParis, March 10. Tho Supreme ! and tho bullets covorcd my holmet ing, while Svo wero hammering a Monday, when two men, oxcellont and finally adopted wnll.tn.iln whn litifl hnnn 'With d . 1 Havo UCCn hit BOVOrai War Council today typewriter. Thoy had beou out for shrapnel, but novor serl' tho military terms of Oorman disarmwith left off our mailing list, for a moonlight car ride. ament. Theso provido for an army qticncy, camo into tho office and each ously hurt. My holmet saved my once, and sovoral times a Gor- of 100,000 men, enlisted for twelve Hfo Can you name a war loader, mili- paid a ton dollar subscription acso hot me, from an years. tary or civil, about whom our Ameri- count. Falling long into arrears is man made It A. M. for 10. (British March. London, G. that 1 Torgot iiorop!iuio with can army would gathor, as a hero? tho fault of a newspaper rather than Servlso.) "Wo havo reachof tho patron, who carolosaly defers' all about tho old Kentucky Homo. I Wirolcss"turning point Is this condition not without a parof tho confernovor forget St. Mlhlul, and how ed tho allel in all our former wnrs? Why Is poymont because ho thinks of It as .shall nearly got my number wth a ence" says tho Paris correspondent a custom. The men roferred to camo Frits tho name of no man mentioned as a gas sholl, and put mo lit a of tho Dally News. candidate for tho prosldoncy, who In voluntarily, paid up arrenrs and a mustard "Not ovon whon tho Germans como year In advance. Our prawut policy, Base HopiUl for twenty days. m..,n,.n.i ti. K,.nnrt of lb., wook-on- d moro imI hava won any Croix D will thoro bo a .. rpi,,. i 0 II vwu wa of rinlai: h ctsh biulneiw win. ag soon ....i.n liV DW1I4JV4 Ul Tha preI portant than tho mat out. as ur natrons lttcoute aeeuatoinod to Ouorro. or crotuaa fur bravery, hut everything; what for this! to win twi eroai, uud that paratory work is nanrly. finished and lf it, l m aattofaetory to tHam w It li tha prlimlnary convention of peace 1 OmD dua'i U Howtvtr lukowarm our urMticetu wrtiilvg. 1 ' ' to-daI wide-spreahonost-to-goodness 1 v I o, to announce George Raker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for the nomination for State Senator in tho 7th Senatorial district, composed of the counties of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, subject to the action of tho Republican party at the primary election, August 2, 1919. "We are authorized county V H. Byers to J. A. Byers 30 for the acres, near White Run, $2fi0. E. C. Gorman to Mrs. Lula Khoads Republican nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture. Mr. Hanna lot, In Beaver Dam, $r7.". .1. C. Carpenter to D. L. Afford. was the candidate for this office In , 2. acres, near Mcllenry, $700. 191G. Ho Is a practical and success-Mary E. Rannoy to J. R. & Loytl fill farmer, n gentleman of tho highest Integrity, and, It elected, would Clark 01 acres, near Select, $.110. J. V. Ross to Mrs. Nelllo C. Her 10 make a capable and efficient officer. paper has the acres, on Green River, $200. Tho editor of this X. M. Johnson to Elizabeth Pierce pleasure of nn Intimate acquaintance with Mr. Hanna, and speaks of his exchange of lots in Roslnc. Mattlo L. Brown to George China qualities and fitness, from personal lot, in Mcllenry, $400. knowledge. a Harness displayed on our sample floor and we would be delighted to have you look them over before you Front Lace and Back Lace sets and Brassieres. The first car of Bug gies for this season has just A square deal! arrived. buy. awaits you.at our store. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. t 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 is inexpensive for the woman who must be active, well dressed and always in good health. And paying a little more for a Kabo corset gives any suit or frock correct lines. Kabo fabrics, because of extra strength, will give you additional months of wear. Price $1.50 to $5.00. Let us show you our new spring line. ,!-?- : i.- -. Carson (L Co. Hartford, Ky. Attention Autoist us figure with you on tires. The hest is always the cheapest. We sell the LEE PUNCTURE PROOF and the famous GOODRICH. Let J. F. Casebier will bo ready in a fow days. "By tho tlmo Presidont Wilson reaches Paris tho naval and military conditions will havo boon Bottled. "It Is an open secret that Premier Lloyd Georgo consldors disarmament the touchstono of conforenco success and that his insistence on disarmament for Germany Js merely tho first Intended to lead to disarmament in stop In a general policy of pacification of all countries." Paris, March 10. Tho Supremo deCouncil at Its meeting cided that tho representatives on tho economic and financial commissions of tho powers with special intorests, who havo boon tho cause of much discussion should bo doslgnatcd by tho great powers. The council then adopted tho roport of tho military concerning tho deflnlto military status of Germany, after fixing tho terms. Tho official .tatoinont iuued nftor tho 'mooting roads: "Tho Bupromo council mot this & Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. afternoon nt tho Qual tl'Orsay from to J. Tho council decided that tho n'al P '.liould dosiguato tho rtp'i- r ' if with speclul luturosts on and financial commissions. "Tho council thou turned to.tho roport of tho military oxportH, presented by Marshal Foch, relative to tho? definite military Btatus of Germany.. Tho torms of this report woro fixed, and Its conclusions adopted. "The noxt mooting will take placu' tomorrow ut 3 o'clock in tho titter-noon- ." tho-powe- f:30 o'clock. c Berlin, liminary Sunday, March 9. ponco nogoatlons may Pre- beglit rts ,i.i ...9 .. tr nvr i "t C" P1 at Versailles about March 20, accord-la- g to reports in circulation horo today. Count Von Brockdorff-Runtzathu foreign mlulstor, now is nrrangT lug for a small party of pronilneup business men to accompany tho Gor man commlsslonora as exports. Those moil havo boon instructed to hold triomsQlvan in readiness for possible? doparturo Maruu 17 or March 10 I u. ' .1 SJ-- L .&"' vrt, j Jtm Miss Myrtle- I.ashbrook moved jt Our correspondents seem to liavo turned Blockers thin week. Wo hope torday Into the property sho recently bought, on Union Street. they will do better next week. - -- Only one prisoner Is left In tho Mr. Unto Wcllcr, lonR a prosperous of tho Sulphur Springs neigh- county Jail; Denver Cools, who Is unfarmer borhood, hits moved to Hardin coun- der indictment on a chargo of housebreaking ty. Mr, Cicero Crowder, who has been Mr. D. S. Ilcnnntt will lcnve, with his family, Monday for Decatur, Ala- confined to his room for tho past six bama, where they will make their weeks, as n result of an attack of flu, Is able to bo out again. future home. Mr. .1 H. Boarman, nn eighty Mr. James Lyons' left Wednesday for Akron, O., whore ho Is In tho years old citizen whoso home Is on eniplojo of mi uutouioblle manufac- Deserter creek, near tho Daviess county lino, was examined on n luna turing company. cy charge, In county court, WednesIsolated cases of flu aro still re- day, and ordered committed to the ported in tho county. Quito a num- asylum, nt Hopkins1, llle. ber of cases aro reported from tho Stolen On Sunday, February 3, Cool Springs community. an automobile lap robo, red and Mrs. Olllo Harnett, who has been blnck, about 8 feet square. Any one in Owensboro for several weeks tak- having knowledge of samo please no ing treatment for a throat trouble, tify CAUL SANDEFUK, came home Monday, much improved. Beaver Dam, Ky. Miss Gladys Ilcnnctt, who Is atWe now have tho one and two row tending the Howling Green Ituslncss College, Is nt homo this week with Hoosler corn drills. TXsborno Disc Hnrrous with trucks and tnndom at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). S. tachments. Ono horso Cultivators with 5 and 14 teeth. Fifty and sixty Mr. Sam Bennett, of Narrows, was tooth section Harrows. Wo Invito our Inspection. in town Monday. Mr. Bennett had W. K. ELLIS & DUO. three sons in tho army, but they havo all now been mustcrd out of the service. Judge Slack ordered the criminal docket to be set down for trial at tho Mr. Charlie Howard, who has been special April term of circuit court. with th( Bond Brothers Tie Company, On account of the largo number of ' in Alabama, camo indictments returned by tho late for sometime, 'homo Saturday for a few days with sitting of the grand jury much crlnil-in- il his family. business will como before the ' s special term. I the A thief or thieves entered grocery store and meat market of Circuit Court adjourned Wednes Mr. Tom Likens, otto night tho llrst day afternoon, and Judge Slack re'of the week, and stole n quantity of turned to his home, at Owensboro, provisions. Thur.xlay morning. No pettlt Jury was called for this term, but much Superintendent Howard reports the equity business was gotten off the teachers of tho county more eagerly docket, and tho special term callapplying for schools than last year. ed for tho third Monday in April A largo per cent of tlie schools have will bo devoted chiefly to Jury trials been taken. 4- -t Buggies Big shipment just received. Rubber Tire and Steel Tire. Fully guaranteed. Both If you want to save $15.00 on your buggy, write us or come to see our line. We and ready for your inspection. SPRING COATS AND COAT SUITS. Our entire line of Spring Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Waists, Ready to Wear Dresses are now in COATS. All the new ones, in the newest spring shades, including the new Military Cape. Call and see pay your train fare. Act at once before these special bargains are gone. them. COAT SUITS. new models are shown this spring. Charmiilg in style and workmanship. SILK AND GINGHAM DRESSES Beautiful styles, at prices in reach of everybody that want nice material. Many 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. Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. -- v ti Mrs. Charlie Smith went to Louis ville Wednesday with tho three chil dren of Veachel Pilaris, where they will bo placed In the Children's Home. The Pilaris family formerly lived at Arnold. Pharis deserted his family and his present whereabouts Is unHcrhort Wedding, who has been known. His wlfo and children have with tho American army in France, been Jt tho Almshouse for some time. returned to his homo near Sulphur Springs, Friday, Herbert Is a sou of The trustees of the various school 'Mr. Checl Wedding. divisions havo recently met nnd organized for tho school year by elect NV1" Mr. Watt Taylor, or Mataiuas, ing the following chairmen: DiviThe Hartford Republican IIllutto ? eoo1 i,r,ccs for kbb8 "iu1 (marketed IS head of cattle last week, sion No. 1, W. A. Owen, Hartford; I LEU'S QUO. at 15 cents per pound. The herd had Division, No. 2. O. W. Duff, Fords-vill. ...MA11CH II I'MIUV Division No 3, II. L. Carter, taken on 2.73 pound.-- , a day during Mrs. U. A. Kownn, of Heflln, visit- the feeding season. Narrows; Division No. 4, Robert Goff, ed her brother, Mr. Caskey Bennett K. K. It. TIME TAULK, Hoslno; Division No. 5, Otis Stevons, til., II. Tuesday. Mr. O. 1). Carson, who is the em- Beaver Dam; Division No. C, Nat South Bound. No. 115 ...8jOC a. m. ploye of the A. C. A. at Heeds, in Llndley, Contertown. One at Hartford., Korth Bqund, No. 114 Mrs. Lon White, of Horso Branch, Daviess county, spent Sunday with 6.4 p. in. w.ih the guest of Mrs. M. L. Heuvriu, his family here. I havo ordered two more fluo Mr. Carson will Due at Hartford move to Heeds soou. (Both "Mixed" Tralm.) cockerals from E. B. Thompson Saturday. strain of barred rocks out of Anicnia, N. B. Whito Jr., son of Mr. N. B For cholco cut flowers, wedding N. Y. and will be ready to book eggs White, of OlHton, roturued last week, and funeral boquels, wreaths and for setting March 1st., at the old I Personal News other floral designs, write or call price, $2.00 per setting. Sold ten from Franco Sirs. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, pullets that wore almost one year old that brought mo $2.3S each, average A number of new c.ihes of intluen-z- i rapiescntiug Jacob Seluil, of and Social Euents. almost 9 pounds each sorno birds. aro reported from the 1 risler Had better book your orders neighborhood. v Sirs. Leo Hicks died at her homo early as I havo only two pens this J. C. IlJEH. U. S CAUSON has the American Portons In uoud of some one to dig hero, Saturday morning, after a long year. illness of tuberculosis. Burial was tf post bolus will call on, fonso. n Mr. T. F. Johnson, a at Green Hiver, Sunday. Funeral BEUT PETTY. by He v. citizen of the Sulphur Sp'lngs counservices wero conducted klndrj of Loot,e Gardun Wo h.ivo all try, demonstrated tho calmness of lLEIt'S OHO. Seed. Misses ltoscniond Howan and Jose- Neel. s his philosophy, whllo In town a phine Milllgan, of Heflln, wero pocke' book, ago. He lost his For Sale Four Houses and Lots. visiting his Hev Walter Oreop with Miss Gladys Geuuett, Two Automobiles, one fluo young containing a number of bills and parents, In Owensboro. Stallion, one brood maro, G years some Important papers. Referring 'old. Or will exchange for farm land. to tho matter ho qultoly remarked, Bender, of Matanzas, cnll-- j Mr. Iris Onion sets and need potatoes iu DH. L. B. BEAN, Address "It makes a fellow feel mighty lonecd uu us Monday. both quality and quantity yes, ut some to loso his pocket book." A 35tf Hartford, Ky. light prices too small son of Mr. Wnde Baize found Seed Potatoes at low prices. See ACTON BROS. Mr. Hamcy Duke, foreman of tho tho lost valuables later and returned W. E. ELLIS & liltO. Republican oftlco, was In Hopkins-vill- thorn to the owner. Mr. Albert Cox, of Sulphur Springs, Sunday, to bee his brother, rapt. Mr. L. B. Daniel, rural carrier at left Monday for a trip to Arkansas, Earl Bennett, who is under treatment Help tho newspaper to get tho tho Narrows ofllco, called on us whoro ho contemplates buying real there. Mr. Duko reports tho Cap- news. Telephones reach every nook estate. and corner of tho county. If anytain much Improved. thing worthy of mention occurs In Mr. C. U. Taylor, of tho Toylor-tow- n John T. Ronfrow, of Renfrew, For quick satisfactory survico In your town or neighborhood bo good country, was among our callors, made, a bcttlement na guardian of the any sort of floral design for both enough to call us up and tell us of it. Monday. Gulf heirs, with tho county court, Uvoddlngs und funerals, or cut flowors Wo will nppreclato the favor and Tuesday. for our home, call Mrs. E. E. BIRK- our roaders will apprcclato tho news. Miss Ruth Tlchenor, of Central HEAD, Hartford. Homo Phono No. Wo havo both phones. Don't let this Grovo, was a guest of Mrs. John Bell, Circuit Court, the meeting of the 41. appeal pass. Think sorlously of It Tuesday. board of supervisors nnd a horso and help us. If It is nows of your salo brought u good sized crowd to young own family it is just as much uows Wanted To trade good Mr. L. A. Klmmcl, of Rockport, has Monday. stock for a good rollable team of as If it was of your neighbor. bocn appointed Live Stock Inspector Hartford work horses, must be sound and of for Ohio County. Thoro was another horso salo in Clpverport, Ilawosvlllo, Elizabeth-tow- n good size. JOHN W. SANDEFUH. Hartford Monday. A numbor of such and Loltchftold aro planning to Mrs. Hoyt Taylor, of Toccoa.J sales have bocn held in tho county reHartford, Route, 7. Georgia, Is tho guest of her father, build loose leaf houses. Why not cently, and tho stock of western Ohio county do likewise? l)r. E. W. Ford. Frank and ElvJs Douglas, of Hock-por- t, horses Is becoming a largo ono. Theso who were recently fined fifty horses aro raised In tho northwest An A-- I jersey cow for sale. Soo Mr. Roll HIley, cashier of tho Citiwas In Owensboro,- - on Mrs. O. D. CARSON, Hartford, or dollars and ten days In jail, wero wholly on pasturage, and aro prozens Bank, AVALTBR FOSTER, Hartford, Houto released yesterday duced very cheaply. They run In from custody business, Monday. 7. A bargain If sold at once. tf. morning. They had served tho re- herds on tho prairies, aro fed nothquired prison bontence, and will be ing, summer or winter, but grass. Miss Myrtle Hines, of Rockport, guest of Misses Ira Mrs E .V. Ilor, who lives with hor given time In which to pay tho fines. Few of them were ever under shelter week-en- d was tho until they aro put In a car for shipdaughter, Mrs. G. A. Arnold, at nnd Stella Gibson. Tho younger oet Is finding fluo ment. Tho rancher builds wind-brakAla., Is vibltlng rcluthre In for htorm protection, but no Esqulro William Daughorty. of Hartford und the county, this week. sport of evenings, in tho skating rink. When tho floor Is well filled sheds. As n rulo thoy aro good Balzolown, sold his farm to Edward Mrs. Tlce Burns was operated on, the nolso sounds, a. block uway, much sound horses, but on account of tho Kleonor for $1,900 for ovarian trouble, ut the Owunaboro llko uu approaching storm. Tho severe ellmutu from which most of She aloud sport is both healthful and pleasing thorn come, should bo handled with Mr. T. l- - Blaol: lias Just rocsivqd City Iloapllftl, Iiilt wek. registered boar, from u bluo grass tin operation wqll, und Is doing nlco- - and the young folks should tw en- care until they become ucclluiated n couraged to indulge It. here. block farm, near Versailles. j Zzb?$& 15 I Miss Cessna Shtilts, who Is tcach- -' lng ut Browns Valley, in Daviess county, spent from Saturday until Monday with her parents, Prof, and Mrs. Ozua Shults. ( I o; f k V i ,Yr' jik'c-'5-- ? sv &. I ! li I'M kl$y&-1- ) va. Jy well-know- A.E. Anderson & 6pirit of the limes. COo5 i few-day- Chicago, make clothes that reflect the Order now. Hartford, Kentucky. Local Rcprcicnutli -j I I j mtMwmm YOU NEED W. H. BAIZE, j J 1A o, ISSSSftKTO'TO SflW$V;!9 Poultry Wanted car at Cen (ral City all the time, and pay car prices in cash at Hartford, every We have a poultry day in the week, so don't worry about receiving car prices. We guarantee contracts made by phone, call us over either line. Davidson-Seay-Adatn- Mo-bll- u, es s Ucciimj No. Company Hartford, Kentucl S ( W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Managers, IT'T'WT T '"l f,tWi TO JJQfcl FARM DEPARTMENT. Prune ItlRlit Now. Mnrch In perhaps the Ideal month In which to pruno fruit trees as It Js such rt short tlmo heforo growth Htarts anil tho wounds becln to heal. Care must ho usrt In prunliiK to mnke n nice smooth cut Just as close to the lateral branch as possible. Do not use an ax to pruno your fruit trees nor depend upon the mules to prune thm. Uoth may do ilnmaRO which It will take years for tho tree to otit- Ulood Will Tell Ono commercial sky-hig- sold for aoout the nam price, tho mule was probably n paying proposition on tho farm. Hut today mules h whllo horso stock nro selling It will pay Is very much cheaper. the farmer to sit down and flguro on the basis o! using good mares and having somo fine mule colts as well as work out of the stock on tho farm at the end of the season. es. Don't Plant Popples. The above caution does not apply to the common garden poppy; but it does apply to the Flanders poppy. Humor has It that many of tho returning soldiers are bringing home with them seed of this plant because It glows on many of tho battlefields In Kuropo it Is a most abroad. troublesome weed. In America It may grow and spread even more rapidly than did the Knglish sparrow. Don't plant tho Flanders poppy. Advantages of Knrly Lambing. In many sections it is most profit able to have lambs arrive In March or even earlier. Ono Important advan tage of this plan Is that other work is then less urgent and full attention can be given to the ewes and the new arrivals. Another advantage gained by early lambing is that the lambs can be made sufficiently heavy and fat to market in Juno or July. Early marketing usually means higher prices and It Is especially desirable because tho lamlw are disposed of before the time of greater danger of Injury by Internal parasites. The ewe lambs arc stronger than those which arrive later In tho season uiul are, therefore kept for the breeding flock. They are less susceptible to injury caused by parasites, which I most serious In warm, damp periods of July or August. other, ono or moro of tho dally feeds consists of n moistened mash. For convenience they may bo formed tho "dry-feed- " nnd the "mash" systems, system a dry although In the dry-fee- d mash Is often used. Dry feeding Is used by many where It Is not convenient to make and feed n moistened mash. Tho greatest advantages to he derived from tho dry system nro the saving of labor nnd tho lessened danger of bowel trouble resulting from sloppy or soured mash lliiu-- PR0UD OF "LAST GOOD TALK" poultry farm In- V1 X if Dealers and manufacturers report pounds of wool, grease equivalent, held by them December 31, 1918. Stocks In pounds by classes are given in tho Hureau of markets, United States Department of Agriculture, report were: Grease. 140.52 1.703; scoured, 26,163,5-iSpulled, 15,447,429; tops. 11.S17.192. and noils, 17.4S9.S14. quarternias- - j The ter reports on December 2S, 1!) IS. that the total stocks of wool in tin j Government's possession, spot and j pounds, j transit, was 313.74C.502 and estimates the quantity of wool In dealer's hands not yet billed to the Government nt 70,000,000 pounds. Total manufacturers' stocks of gre'ase, scoured, and pulled wool re- -, Straw Is Good Kceil. ported to the Hureau of Markets were The high prices paid for roughage pounds. This amount, 77.6G0.921 for work stock, has .started some inadded to tho figures on Government Meaning Of .Mutket Terms. teresting experiments In the feeding stocks, gives a total of grease, scour-- I ' of oats straw. The Missouri ExThe market is F1HM oil, and pulled wool in the United work periment Station fed farm when, for the commodity under States on December 31 approximate-- 1 horses oats straw for six weeks and consideration, prices are holding fair- ly 4 00,000,000 pounds. then changed to a mixture of equal ly from day to day and from week to parts of clover and timothy bay for week, with the values more prompt The wool clip of this country in . the same length of time. The grain than the declines nnd values gaining 1 9 IS is reckoned at almost exactly fe'd during both periods was the only a few cents when compared with uno.OOO.OOO pounds, and tho mean ' ame. Apparently the horses did as tho week or fortnight beiore. ,.i,.e t ,,r,ici.r.s at 5S cents, or hay for well on oat straw as on The market is STIJOXG about 11 cents higher than lu 1917.' roughage. when advances are fairly sharp j These experiments open up a aim tnc declines sngiu aim quicki) icinli c;,ir ltilns SI i Pound At in regard to the feeding of work overcome. Minnesota Show. Block, especially during tho winter The market is WEAK Sixteen counties in Minnesota were months. If straw can be used one. when the declines are sharp and entitled to send 4S boy and girl mem- half of tho time for feeding work persistent, continually reaching low jJ(.rj( witn their calves which had won stock, the saving of time, labor and points and making only slight and j)rzos j their own county, to the i lie land will be huge. Of course. It is short recoveries, degree oi xr i,aly tcct 8jlow jloja in tnat not neeess.iry to tell tho farmer who weakness Is measured by tho Owing to the Inlluonza lias handled stock for years that durand extent of such move- - ,i,.mjc only 29 were able to go to St. ing the heavy spring work oats ments. 'Paul in December and exhibit tho fltraw is not heavy enough to feed. The market is DRAGGING ,any i,euves they had raised; but the One advantage of feeding straw, in when prices say almost imper- - crovd made up In enthusiasm what It winter is due to the fact that It is ceptlbly, simply falling a llttlo .short Mcl:cil in members. Tne calves were less palatable and tho horses there- of tho previous top quotations from Sold nt auction and brought an av-- ( fore do not gorge themselves on it, time to time so that tho decline is0'n,g0 f "n cents a pound, t us they will do with good liny. Also scarcely noticeable except by com- First Patents for Steamboats. Tn champion, owned by Irwin the straw supplies a seasonal variety. parlson with the leyel of the previous; McKay, was sold for 35 cents a lty a number of curious coincidence' Continuous feeding on any one ra- week or month. j pound, and with the prizes won, the United Sums government Issued tion, oven'though It contains the best Heports of tho condition ot the netted his young owner $147. Later Its first patent .'or steamboats on Ail of bay. becomes monotonous after a crop, the shipments, the weathor, arotno c.,i wag rL.g,,i,i f,,r $930, or for gust "d, 17SU, to Nathan Read, John' Fitch, James Ki.mscy mid John Stcv while. t factors in determining what may bo a mtle more than $1 a pound. ens. .Some time previous to the Issu. a firm, strong, expected to follow ? lllXentec ing of these .'ailcu Fecr Is Due. weak or dragging market. Tho pro- Jack My ideal of a. wife is ono , the necessary pn'ellts Read to adapt machinery j No one ever builds a home without gressive produce growor studies all who can make good broad. Watts' stenm ermine to boat and land Madgo--.M- y the milking of very careful plans. of thoso conditions and markets his ideal. of a husband Is earrlnges. In 17SU be exhibited to u Neither should a garden be niado produce accordingly. lone who can raise the dough in the committee of the American Aeadem.x without n plan because the garden Any glvon weather condition of Arts and Sciences a model of a hour of knead. Liverpool News. -- o Is the most valuable piece of the land cold, rain or heat steamboat xvllh paddle x heels, xvhlcl, may effect one Magistrate You certainly com-I- n he designed to connect with a high , Now is tho time to plant the garden market one way and another muikuti pressure ciil'Iiic. Read also Invented a for the first soft days of .soring are directly opposite way. A peri- - milled this burglary In a voinarkably tho multitubular boiler uiul still utiothei! almost certain to give some member oil of rainy weather, for Instance, j ingenious way; in fact, with quite form of boiler on the same principle a? of the household a well developed put peach pi ices away up iniceptlonal cunning. day on case of garden-fevePrisonerNow yer honor, no flat- - is used at the present passed our locoGarden plans New York or Chicago and away down through motives. The lire mean seed should bo selected and in Atlanta or Augusta. Tho effect tory. If you please; If there's ono small spiral tubes, ami In this way thing I 'ales, It's flattery." purchased, garden tools brightened ;(,r any particular weather condition consuming the Mimlo and several oth9 nnd sharpened, and tho garden laid, is likely to be different in tho big er forms with many apartments k; "What Is this man charged with?" which the water xxas to be gradually out in long rows so tho work may be consuming market from what It Is In "Carryiu' congealed weapons, yer admitted as fast hk It xvus evaporated. done with tho least amount of labor, (producing sections. In the case elt- honor." red the rain might delay gathering. "Currying xvhat?" Our lirecd lu a Community. Then at the beglnnin," 'il filr weath- Wooden Shipbuilding in Australia. "Congealed weapons. He soaked is highly advantageous for all )0r. great quantities of more or less lt The lack of shipbuilding ami th( or most of the farms in a neighbor-- u imaged p'i.ehes wouV come in at Murphy lu the oyo with a chunk of pressing need of providing cargo spact) hood to keep tho same breed of shoop. for the .r(.oou,0K) tons of wheat and the' nee, instead of belli.? ul.strll. uteri Ice." New Haven Register. m a. large quantities of other products j After a decision has been made as to . vr a period of weok and prices (JASSED. iixx'iiltlng shipment In Australia Is cans-lun suitable breed, the aim should hcixMmM go down Mini ply At the "1 hear Jonos died from a single u revival of wooden shipbuilding to obtain ewes that are individually same time, a shortage would have which was comparatively Important In' good and that huvo as many crobbes been caused in somo of the larger blow." the days when wooden sailing shlpl, "Who hit him?" ns possible of tho breed selected, cities and prices would go up. were the dominant t.xpe of vessel. Cou-- i Ho blow out the gas " "No one. such a foundation nnd the con- - other set of conditions might reverse tracts hnxe been let by the common-m rams of the the process, making prices high in llnuous uso ot pure-bre- d Patience Do you bellove this war wealth gox eminent for the construcHiinio breed, tho flock will make producing sections and relatively loxv tion of 11! wooden vessels of nbuill Is ono of conquest? steady Improvement. 2,0O tuns each at S.xduey and six ol and market reporting servlco of tho Patrico Well I know a lot of girln United Stutes Department of Agri- who huvo got husbands by it. Vonk-or- s t!,:i0O tons at Kremiintle, West Australia, with it pnsslbllty of urranglnq Bomti Essentials in Sheep Raising. culture, currying full information on Statesman. for u considerably larger number. It Sheep raising does not require ex- xveather and crop conditions,' kept Is iilso proposed to build u vessels of pensive equipment or heavy labor, both tho shipper and tho consumer XOTICK OF DISSOLUTION. from MHJ to ",tXH Ions In Tusmanlu. but does requiro steady and contin- posted as to such conditions, and, in At u meeting of tho stockholders Sclentltle American. uous attention. a general way, xvorks to smooth out of tho Rough River Land & ImproveThe beginner may acquire nxperl-ne- e such discrepancies. ment Co., Fordsvllle, Ky., held JanuThe Simplest Way. with less than 20 owes, but for Commercial Chick Feeds. ary 30th 1919, all of tho stock being Mrs. Flash xvent nxvuy to spend a economy of time and fencing, and to represented, it was unanimously vot- fortnight with u friend, nnd while she assure proper care, flock of GO or When ono has only a fow chickens, ed that tho said corporation should bo was nxvuy Mr. Flash wrote to ask bet more ewes nro better. It is less trouble to purchaso prepar- terminated according to law and nowhere whe'd put the key of the billiard In mubl cases lambs are profitable ed chick feeds, hut where u considertice of such is hereby given. room. If made ready for market nt about 4 able number are reared it is somea. A. RALPH. "In my bolero pocket," sho xvrots months, weighing GC to 75 pounds times chcapor to buy tho finely back, "somewhere In tho xvurdfobe." President. Unless tho flock has u very largo cracked grains and mix them togcth- When Mra. Flush got back sho found J. D. COOPER, torritory to range over It is nccojusury 'or. Somo chick feeds contain a largo Secretary the xvurdrobe ubsolutely empty. to make divisions of the paMuro or quantity of grit and may contain "Where have you put all my things?" o to iiim sedod forago crops. Thin grain of poor quality, bo that thoy ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. sho usked her husband, porutU the chanuo of grtiziug (round should ho carefully oxamlnod and All persons having claims ugdlnst "My dpur," said ho uternly, "you toio niwewury to Insure Urn health mid guaranty as to quality secured the estato of Owen Hurt or Miiggio me tltut key xvm in yonr bolew pocket I seaiehtsl, nnd us1 of the lambs. (ore puichas. E. Hurt, deceased, will present them lu that xvardrobe. box pUlt prooerly proven to me on or b tore I don't know u bolero from Ki'T'len, took everiujiui I ! ft&UY llMit. Wyntrmu uf VetlliiK. June the 1st., Ivlw, or they will h Uy net 0re to them, aud ivco r-Number of farmers ut.e mules for barred. There are two systems la use tor AiliiaW, Xuu frqp ! ot ttMir farm work. tUe taodiM at towU, lu one of whips liracUMily D. B. KHOAUi. AdW. ' 01iNJb$. . .v KlM m Uy stroii mum til UM UH to !vtft iWlifa JfcB. Ky. tl 9U ed 2 13, GOO. 000 ; ninke-belleve d I field-grayrat-tn-t, 1 new-field fru-jstllt- e. j , : i i , j r. I Tit-Hit- s. An-Wl- th j creased the avcrago production of 1,000 pullets 39 eggs by simply using male birds out of hens that had laid over 200 eggs In ono year. Thirty nine extra eggs from 1,000 pullets means an Increase of 39,000 eggs, and most of them coming during the winter months when eggs were high priced. This was accomplished by g taking no chances on the blood of tho roosters. If you keep 100 pullets nnd could Incrcaso their production 39 eggs ach, could you not afford to pay $5.00 or $10.00 each for nialo birds with a reliable pedigree showing big Three thousand sgg production? nine hundred eggs at 34 cents per dozen Is $117 and, that much cash will buy a great many good roosters. The Experiment Station, at Lexington, Ky., is planning to supply a large number of farmers with pedigreed cockerels out of hens that are hlg egg producers, liirds of tho following breeds, S. C. Hhode Island Itcds, "White Wyandotts, White Plymouth Hocks, S. K. White Leghorns, will be aold next autumn at nominal prices. egg-layin- market uninterruptedly It Is essential to jump the traditional barriers and hatch early and henco wisely. Wool Slocks On Deceiulici' With The llntrli. develope rapidly Into provident ifliets that leplace the in dustrlous hens a" floe't bread-winnewhen the moll In; season arrives. Thee early pril-- produce In plon'v during the period wnei. egg.s are scarce and hence high In price. In order that the late fall and early winter stream of eggs may flow to Early rs :tt, IDItf. CIRCUIT COUKT. It. W. Slack, Oweusboro. Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart "Ynniato IlyknMil, fnmlllnrly known ford. ns Togo In the battalion, Joined up nt Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Vnncouver. He uas u bright, nttrne-th-e MnMcr Commissioner Otto U. Mar little .Inpaneve with n hentlflc tin, Hartford. smile and Mime quaint knowledge of Cal P. Keown, KiiplMi. consellp-tlo- n Trusteo Jury Fund '.Most hnniiRihlc no enteh me,' he told the recruitHartford. ing ollleer with n wide, disarming 1st Monday In March i 3 days Fltillr. Coui'th. and Civil. "lie put 'married' opposite the ques- 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. tion, 'married or single.' on the nttes-tnlin- n 1st Monday in July 12 days form, and favored the ollleer Cnm'th. and Civil. with a pictorial view of his fnhill.xu 3d Monday In September 12 days pretty almond-eyegirl nnd two dollCivil. like bnble.s. lie accepted the assurance that they would be looked after by 4th Monday In November 12 days the ('dimillan government with beams Coni'th. nnd Civil. nf delight. Then, squaring himself s COUNTY COUHT. If be were going to light the whole German nruiv. he strode nwiiv hnniil- - Moots first Monday In each month. ly with a sergeant to the military deJudge Mack Cook. pot. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. "Toco became n Lewis gunner, the Clerk W. C. Illnnkcnshlp. best Wii. V in the unit. He developed Sheriff S. A. llrntcher. n passion for the weapon that ntmmtit-r- d Superintendent B. 9. Howard. almost to. Idolatry, nnd during the Inllcr Worth Tlchcnor. training days astonished the InstrucTnv Commissioner D. E. Ward. tors not Infrequently, by scoring posBurxeyor C. S. Moxlcy. sibles on Intricate landscape targets. Mlun feel peevMily when honorable Coroner E. P, Hodgcrs. Lewis talk with n full mouth.' be used FISCAL COUKT. to boast, and then proceeded to prny luillets nt nn amazing rate mid with Meets Tucsdny after first Monday uncanny arcuracy on Indicated posi- In January, April and October. tions the of the 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, school. Route 3. "The loss. In transit from .7:1 linn, nf Sam L. Stevens, Beavgirl In- 2nd District letters from the almond-eyeer Dam. spired conxersiitlons with 'honorable Q. 11. Drown, Simmons. Lewis' snd, eroonlng, little talks that 3rd District none of the gun team understood. Hut 4Ui District G. W. Itowo. Centcr- they would not Intrude upon or Intertoxvn. rupt him. Gtli District W. C. Daugherty.nulze- "The Lewis gun posts, pushed well toxvn. out In the crater area of the neutral Itli District W. S. Dean, Dundeo. ground, had been put out of action, the D. K. Hlco, fordsvllle. guns destroyed, and the crews innncled 7th District . C. lthoades. Hnrt-for- d, bj a hurricane barrage all except one. 8th District Itouto 5. evening, as the German InfanToward try nrixnneed to complete the work of HAKITOIM). the high exploshe mill shrapnel, this Mnyor J. E. Dean. one gun stuttered iletlniice and pecked Clerk J. A. Howard. little gaps here nnd there lu the onPolice Judgo C. M. Crowe. . coming wnves of It spasMarshal E. P. Caseblcr. Indicated to the noxmodic iously listening men lu the front line KOCKPOItT. that either the gun or the gunner had Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. not entlrelv escaned the siirmmcl hall.! Clerk Rushing Hunt. Then silence "A bent, burdened figure emerged Police Judge John T. Jackson. from a shell crater, "fi jards In ml- - j Marshal Will Langford. Vance of the oncoming Hun, nnd slag-cercd towards the Canadian lines. Twice he fell, but struggled gamely to' his feet, pursued by scattered rifle fire, j Get the Genuine A It was Togo. dozen volunteer and Avoid leaped the parapet to his assistance; , n hundred rllles held up the enemy. "They lowered him gently Into the trench, tunneling nt the vitality that hail unlimited the terribly torn body. ; The gun he Mixed lay, smeared with blood, beside him. Ills shattered arm1 moved towards It, as his spirit hovered on the brink of the shadow, a smile lighted up the draxvn face. 'Him have last good talk. Ilim no catch honorable Lewis,' he said and passed' out." AfirsVNiA Brave Little Jap Wrote Hlo Record High, and Died as a Soldier Would With to Die. DIRECTORY HKAVKK DAM. Judge Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk 11. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. F. Slovens. I'ORDSVIIiLL'. Ch'm'n. Hoard. W. It. Jonc. Clerk Olln Cobb, Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslngcr. Mnrshnl Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 J. M. Iloovor, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Ky. Dl 20. i G No. 3 II. L. Cnrtor, Narrows, Ky. DIv. No Robert Goff, Rosino, Heav- Ky. DIv. No. Otis II. Stevens, er Dam, Ky. toxvn, Ky. BpJ 1st Monday In Tlmo of Meeting February; 1st Monday In April; lit Monday In June; 1st Monday in Au gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Mondny In December. County Hoard ot Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r. W. S. Hill. Jan. 21 and 25 Common school diploma, examination. Hartford, Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. Mny, 9 and 10 Common school Heaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May 10 nnd 17 County teachers (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 21 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 nnd 21 County and State teachors' examination (whito) Fordsvllle. June, 27 nnd 2S County and stnto teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute. Sept., 19 and 20 County and Stnto teachers' examination, (white) Hartford. Sept. ford. 2fi and 27 County and Stnto- Hart- i toachers' examination (colored) I 9r2lJ Wastef&gMlai Mothers use r Jfr Electric Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prottr.uiorx ntxl female '.veaknesse they are the suprrmt remedy, ai thousands have testified. Bitters ZkS it is the best medicine ever told over n diuggis"a counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE -- r- msr1 j IWrevs verMjfee For the CMdren A Safe, tv Every Woman Wanisl '." i SCSKPSCJEKHTCrsrJ? iVli'lstM. 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FOR ONE tVSONTH dt i WHIKHHtft WtWVI OHIO MEDICAL CO, Loen Be COLUMBIA em 0 WHAT AIIH YOU LOOKING tn.Jm o Ifoon hn men busy. The ac- Four liundrocl 'nnd twonty-flv- o Dy reason of Food Administration fllmslly Hon was taken not only to help tho years ago a little handful of requiring tho candling of liullt caravels left their moorings on soldiers individually but also to aid regulations, oggs, dcalore in tnai commouiiy net sail on tho In solving tho problem of unemploy the coast of Spain uiul 15 per cont moro for their outstanding adventure In nil history. ment occasioned by tho return of seas largo umbers of soldiors to civil llfo oggs laBt summer than ovor before on thoy sailed Wcstwnrd thoy that at a rocent rim stretched for nnd by tho temporary stagnation In So elated wcro whoso tho tlioiipiuuls of miles. Tho cortnln Industrial Holds as a result of meeting, held nt tho Scolbach, unknown cessation of war actlvl- - Kentucky Poultry and Egg Assocla g log book of Hit! commander of this tho sudden as favoring Jlttlo fleet shows many entries, but ties. Dependents of soldiers will Hon wont on record With that of eggs In summer. continue to draw their allotments jll of onn dnmlnnnt tone, "Today wo during this temporary service, It Was end in view, a commlttco of four, over-recedi- ful WHOSE OCEAN you go spitting I'OIt? said, thoro will bo plenty of work la CANDLED EGOS THE HIGHEST MUCH Into." storing war materials and In similar VERXACULAlt OK TOIJACCO COUNTRY ennu-Hn- V duo West." And ho nlonn of Hint littln band of adventurers knew what ho was looking for. Htorms arose, provisions failed, the crews mutinied nnd threatened to throw the commander overboard unless he turned back, but resolutely he pointed to tho West nnd commanded, "Sail on!" Ho knew what ho was InnkitiR for, and he sailed until ho found It. Ho $nvo the world a new continent and ngraved his niimo Ineffacealily on tho pages of history. School children for untold generations to conio shall read of and marvel at tho name of this adventurous man who know what he was looking for and fnced unknown dangers in a llttlo caravel of a few tons, resolutely driven over Westward, defying the terrors of nn im-l.- n iiwn sen. Everywhere I go I meet men of ability and ambition who are grinding nlong in tho same modlucro job thoy don't know what they are looking for. Hookkecpors who might tio andltors, clerks who might bo salesmen, copiers who might bo creators tho list Is almost limitless and embraces every work of life. Not ono of tho men I apeak of Is Hitlsllcd he feels that because ho faithfcots to work on time fully that he should bo better taken care of feels that ho Isn't gottlng n square deal. Hunk. Tho world will pay ou for what you qualify to demand. Tho opportunities are greater than ever before not for heeders but for leaders. Qualification Is a stem road, but tho rewards are great. It s true Ferdinand nnd Isabella gave Columbus a little money for outfitting, but his own dominant will and secure knowledge of what ho was looking for were tho prlmo factors which mudo the famous "discovery" and-wor- said. A RARE BARGAIN. A Combination of Lead-- , ing Periodicals that may be Road with Pleasure and pront by every Member ot your Family HERE IS 'OUR OFFER: The Hartford Republican, Farm and Fireside, Woman's World, Cincinnati Weekly quirer, ALL FOUR YEAR ONLY $2.30. Prices are still advancing i il uui we cannot guarantee tins Offer VCiy long. BETTER TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW and save tne outerence. aci- , rli-nc- c -- I composed of S. Crystal, of Bowling Green; David Malonoy, of Louisville; C plcrco Harrodsburg, and L. G. Smith, Shcinyviue, was nppoinicu io prcsont th0 matter t0 lh0 stat0 Doard of Health at its next meeting, it u hPcd by th0 reta,Iors that th0 stat0hcnlth bo(ly wlll tak0 action, rcqulrinB lh0 candling of eggs, so that such ruling may bocomo effective not , . ! '$' conference of deal- ors wcro representatives from the Stato Department of Agrlculturo and the Division of Extension, University Theso representatives of Kentucky. said that the farmers of tho Stato vero convinced that tho only proper way to sell eggs was on a candled basis. During tho past season, they paid, the farmers learned that hereto- . ... llfu WM IOrC fty RdllUK KiXttV wuiu tlrt rnm fnrinort wh0 took carc of ,lls product, had to pay for tho poor stuff of tho (" lu polblo. Have n mind to know then know fluke excepting an occasional your mind success does not happen; success Is tho effect of u cause. There are a million formulas for success, but tho prime Ingredient in any for mula is YOP. Tho teal man down h i'i you thfit you have never developed. Somewhere there Is a new conti nent for you. (let tho vision and set resolutely. Storms, mutinies and not acci privations aro Incidents, dents. Though your knees aio weak and your belly empty, opon your log book overy night and write, "Today vri sailed due West." ono-lent- to P V When ou navo DacUacho tho llvor or kidneys aro sure to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, It docs wonders for the liver, klduoys and bladder A trial 50c hottlo will convince you. Get It 4G-at tho drug store yr M)Iilli:itK MAY STAY IX AltMY soldiers from tho army will occur, the war department announces, unless tho men themselves are willing and have unliable jobs awaiting thorn. In other words if a soldier has no visible means of supporting himself and to remain in tho service until he finds such means ho is at liberty to do so. For a tlmo nt least, it was No wholesale discharges of pro-fera fwy ourrer & why 9 Those Nervous Headaches which are the lot of so many Housewives and Mothers. Seldom Fail to Relieve Any Ache or Pain. For Sale by All Druggists. k MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ..., adopted xlpon tho state uoard ot Health to Issue an order, requiring all dealors j " except the retailers, to obtain a liHartford Republican, censes, undor penalty of revocation Hartford, Ky. of license, to candle all eggs before purchase, paying only for good eggs STATE IXDEUTEDXESS nnd making no dockage, except on DI'.oi'S TO .s:i,si)2,:it:t to keep losses shown by candling, necessary records to verify purchases Frankfort. Ky.. March 1. State and to place certificates of candling Auditor Green today announced the in cases of all eggs sold. on hand in the different amounts Allen H. Cnrtcr, ot Loulsvlllo, presfunds of the state government as fol- ident, nnd all other ofllccrs of the lows: Sinking fund, $S 1,181.59; uni- association were a versity fund, $2,ri6S.7S; school fund, $2!M,r,04.52; general expense fund, ItECK.VT LAND SALES. $808,421.91; Knstern State Normal School $917.42; Westorn Stato NorH. C. Keown to W. O. Heed CO mal School $917.42; stato road fund acres, near Horse Dranch, $300. $.rfi9,S88.riS; balanco In treasury, J. W. Ross to A. U. Kevll lot, In $1,7C1.200.20. The outstanding In- Uockport. $1G00. debtedness of tho state March 1 Mrs. Ella Stevens and others to J. amounts to $3,24G,9:ir. 40 as compar- A. Leach 11 acres, near Beaver Dam, ed to $a.S92,343.73 for last month. $500. m It. I. Miller to Otis Westerfleld 50 For ii Il.nl Cold. acres, on Adams Fork, $2,500. Tako Chainberlnln's Cough RemeT. Jahn to Mattle Smith and Alice dy. It has stood the test ot time and Adklns lot in McHenry. $25. m can be depended upon. W. C. Ashley aud others to Mrs. oe Lois Jackson 08 acres, near Center-tow$4,300. AS IT AIM'EAP.EO Gcorgo L. Kverly to Russell Blades TO A I'KSSIMIST lot, In Rockport, $1850. M. C. Riley to Jasper and Laura Clark Adams, of tho St. Louis has found tho cham- Loyd 105 acres, on Barnctts creek, At SG.000. pion pessimist in this country. Ilockcr Williams to B. S. Kills SO luait the follow doesn't socm to' be able to seo tho humor of the situation acres, near Hartford, $3,000. D. C. Campbell to Robt Goff 10 as regards the troublos of the world. Whon a mau can't s.et humor in trou- acres, noar Roslne, $400. D. F. Gray and others to J. L. Cook bles, he is a pessimist, nothing else. According to McAdams tho follow- 43 acres, near Jingo, $500. Jerry Vandevcr to W. S. Brown 43 ing was asked for contribution to a worthy cause, nnd in declining to acres, on Grassy Creek, $2,000. Vi C. A. Cook to Guy Taylor make any further outlay for any furacres, near Echols, $175. ther cause, he wrote: J. P. Howard to W. T. Howard 97 "I have- been held up, held down, wnlked on, sat on, roll- acres, near McHenry, $1,500. W. L. Bratcher to John T Llndley ed over, flattoned out and squeezed first b,y tho United States government 75 acres, on Ford Run, $4 2b. Jasper Loyd to J. E. Taylor 108 tor tho fedoral war tax, tho excess profit tax the Liborty loan bonds nnd acres, on Rough River, $1,600. W. D. Smith to II. A. Balrd 5 acres, tho bonds of matrimony. In tho stato of Missouri for tho stato tax, the near Hartford, $525. m highway tax, tho income tnx, the auto tax, tho school tax, tho syntax, and MARRIAGE ItY overy hoclety and organization that PROXY ALLOWAMJ? the mind of men can Invent to exVIowing it to bo "to the interest tract what you have or may not have, from the Society ot St. John tho Bap- ot bociety that marrlago should extists, tho G .A. It., tho Woman's Re- ist between those who sincerely delief Corps, Tho Stomach Kollef, the sire it," tho Judgo advocate general Wifeless, Tho HuBbandless, tho Child-los- s, ot tho army has declared that legal the Navy Loaguo, Tho Delglan marriages by proxy may bo contractHaby leaguo, and by tho Chlldrens ed between soldiers overseas and home, the Dorcas society, the various their sweothearts In tho United hospitals and tho Saturday Hospital States, provided that such marriages My business has de- aro not contrary to stnto statues. association. creased lit volume owing to tho fact "Much sympathy Is felt for thoso who Hint goods I am selling have been re- havo beon prevented from marrying stricted in output by tho government. In tho ordinary way by the exigencies I have cussed and discussed, boyof military life," ho said, and military cotted, talked to and talked about, authorities in Franco could make lied to and lied about, helped up, a great many soldiers and their fianhung up, robbed and nearly ruined, cees happy by facilitating such marand tho only reason I am clinging to riages. ilfe Is to see what In the hell is com " ing noxt." And Mill, some way, wo lmaglno FOR FLETCHER'S ho Is rather a cheerful pessimist, for lie Is kept alive, by euros. .y, and tho o curious are always chocrful. WHOSE OCEAN. a VIRGINIA MOONSIIINKKS All tho way across tho ocean tho KUEI' OFFICIALS ON JUMP New York World cables a British Moonshlnlng is dovoloplng Into an Joko which it says "goes big ovor extensive industry In West Virginia. there." This is tho Joko: Attor the German fleet had Capturing of stills is now a mattor of in deepest humiliation, daily occurence. Prohibition officials Germau" exaro kopt on the Jump. They say "ono big round-hoade- d IIo spat into is moro moonshine whisky be- pressed his dlsguest. thero ing told in the state at tho presont tho ocean threo times, onco for tho thun ever before. Many of tho stills "damnod British fleet," once for Adare small affairs, operated in cellars miral Beatty and onco tor tho British of tho homes, eonio ot them crude, nation, saying, "Thats what I think of you all," handmade affairs. Then a noble British tar hitches Ilorblno cures constipation nnd re- his pants and says, "Look here, Fritz established regular bowel movements. You can say what you pleaso about Price 60 conts. Sold by Ohio Coun- the English fioet and nation and m Beatty, but you damned well bo caro- ty Drug Co. h, sand-bagged, ;SJSoro Tho tobacco growing section has Its vernacular terms in common usage for more than half a century. A "patch" Is anything from ono to five acres of growing tobacco. If the space planted is moro than Ave acres It Is known as a "crop." A "dab" of tobacco consists of from 100 to, 500 pounds. "Worming" is tho act of going through tho rows ot tho growing weed and catching tho big green worms that arc feasting on the leaves nnd snnpplng off their heads with tho thumb and forefinger. "Suckcring" is the plucking off of tho seed shoots from the stem ot tho plant. "Topping" Is breaking off of the seed shoot from the top of the plant. "Burning a tobacco bed" Is piling brush on a plot of ground eight or ten foot wldo by forty feet In length and burning tho brush to kill the weeds before, sowing the seed for the plants. "Housing" Is placing the ripened tobacco In barns or sheds to cure. "Curing" is tho process through which the tobacco is put from tho time It has ripened nnd is cut until It assumes the natural brown color. Regulation ot tho circulation of air through tho barn or shod containing tho hanging tobacco requires constant attention. Often tobacco will "house burn," which means that it will sweat and partly rot. This Is often called "funking." "Bulking" Is piling tho tobacco In ricks about four fee wide, about the same height and several feet In length. In this condition it compressed and the leaves less liable to break. "Prizing" is packing it in hogsheads for shipment to the factories. Patience it? Patrice It certainly was. You see, Peggy had six men for ushers aud she had been engaged to every one of them at some time or another. Patience Odd wasn't .1? Patrice Yes, and she .vor.ldu t let the organist play Mendelssohn's Wedding March. Patience !.'! Patrice No, no. Sho had him play "Hall, Hail, tho Gang's All Here." Pittsburg Chronical Some wedding, fiim22?srz iCASTORIA SiiiJWnf rnnlonts t,H.. ww.v... 1 ani wl,1lJ-lkiIJwv- T Vt2K3W IRVIuid Dftlchm WRfr ??&. imf,-J- "y. S?. , fiT7r7ail,TiiIl ""-"""-J For Infanta and Children. mi CASTORLA imii I' Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always y&asiA. ALCOHOL-- 3 TEH GENT. , AVcgcIablclTcparauoium . .uCnrtlheroodbvRcfjuU-1-aii,iiiift."9- -' tlnUcStomachsanauww ,; Bears I tlle SB flrbylvomoUnDinlion rhnrTiiinps": ana iresLwi'" ncltltcr Opidm,Morphtncnor Hncrnl.NoTNAncoTlcJ J?ecp7tfdSMZima!St sUxSnua Signatm of $ PunplaSf AniteStttt Ifatn Sid VZtttrimnlunr- ? A .nfp.fiiirfrnisdYfi ?& -z :t'S 5?.Ss- Constipation and Diarrhoea. nnd Fcvcrtsnncas rcstfltuiiSihofcfroniJnjnfancj'. Tac Simile X Dse For Over Snaurept j. J' MUSS' 15dt i TjffiCnvr.wiCoMPANV. NEWiys Thirty Year 3 Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMt CCNTAUN COMMHT. Ntv VO CITT raws wasn't Who Benefits By High Prices? You feel that retail meat prices are too high. n, vAu architect remarked that nave he had been to see In to a lady the great tho new church. "Don't mention names," the lady replied. "I know the man you ro for to." Tit Bits. a--o you get up at night? Sanol is surely the best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sauol gives relief in 24 hours form all backache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. 50c and, $1.00 a bottle at Do the drus Etore. 46-y- r Swindlers throughout the country are robbing parents and those given as next kin of soldiers by tolegrapn-in- g them that thoy hnvo a furlough and will come homo If money Is sent them waiving ldenty. By this means thoy collect money with out the knowledge of the soldiers. Don't send money without at least requiring a limited identity. mm YAXKS TO SEND POST CARDS. Every man in the American army in Franco has been ordered to send a post card to his nearest relative, giving his present location, his sts) of health and tho military unit with which ho is connected. Special post Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. ' Swift & Company prove that out of every dollar the retailer pays to the packers for meat, 2 cents is for packers' profit, 13 cents is for operating expenses, and 85 cents goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices of live stock and meat move up and down together. raiser points to rising costs of raising live stock. Labor reminds us that higher wages must go hand in hand with the new cost of living. The live-sto- ck Ife cards aro being supplied tho soldiors for this purpose, it is announced. MIGHT 1JE LONELY. "Look hero, now, Harold," said father to his little son. who was nnughty, "If you don't say your prayers, you won't go to heaven." "I dmi't want to co to heaven." sobbed tho boy, "I want to go with you and mother." I 1 Children Cry R "Father, said the small boy, "what is an anurchist?" "An anarchist, my sou, Is a socialist who has gono from bad to worso." Washington Star, x Hill I Pi Pi lilt1'' CASTO 'A responsible. No one, apparently, is benefited by higher prices and higher income. We are all living .on a high-pricscale. One trouble is, that the number of dollars has multiplied faster than the quantity of goods, so that each dollar buys less than formerly. ed No one, apparently, is I Mr fl 1 "There is ono tlmo coming whon men wlll reully onjoy their wives' biscuits nnd rolls." "What tlmo is that?" "When wo look back and remember the war bread mother used to make." Utlca Globo. -- ii I'M Swift & Company, U. S. A. III lll'll 1 od , It Tako Herblno for indigestion. relieves tho pain in a few minutes matter and forces tho fermented which causes tho misery into tho bowels whore It is expelled. Price m COc. Sold by Ohio Co., Drug Co. m "Tills man," said the keeper softly, imagines ho has millions." "Isn't that nice?" answered the visitor. "Whenever ho need3 monoy all he has to do is to draw on bis Imcelnatlon." Boston Transcript. FOR FINE JOB PRINTI ' Of All Kinds Call on The Republic! 5e! minr-"- "" " S?-wS?fi- rf. (WrSS f .v .MmmWEemZi! li The Equity Home Keeps Its Promise To Reduce The Selling Charges In 1914 the Equity Home Loose Leaf Warehouse was opened to keep the farmers from being over-charge- d for selling tobacco. We stated then that it was not our purpose to make a large amount of money, but that as soon as our house was paid for we would only charge enough to pay the stockholders a reasonable return on their investment. This year we have made enough to finish paying for the house and its equipment, and to pay our stockholders a good dividend; therefore, the directors feel that we should now reduce the selling charges. So on Monday, March 10, 1919 we reduced our selling fees from 10 and 2 (what the other huoses are charging) to 10 and 1. We have one of the best lighted and best equipped houses in Western Kentucky, and can secure our patrons as good prices as any house in the city. We wish to thank the farmers who have supported us in this movement, particularly those who were willing to take some trouble to sell here. In proportion to the size of our floor we have sold, and are now selling, much more than our share of the tobacco. Until our house was paid for we did not feel justified in lowering the fees, but now that we are out of debt, we wish to assure our friends that if we find it possible, we will reduce the charges stil! further. ' . i Home plioneJ979 W !lllil . I W (INCORPORATED) Cumb. phone 293 OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. LI VKSTOOK MAKKKTS. die weok end with his grand-parent- s, Mr. and Mrs. Hosaa Shown. Cattle Receipts 119 head: for the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boarman received Ily I. D. Claire. telegram the first of the week, stat- throe days 2.4T.4. Midweek supply of My art to give a receipt for mukin' ing that their son, Bornurd, who is light volume, but market very quiet lldtinr, for a twi.st of terbacker is stationed at Camp Travis, Tev.i.s. U and Inactive. Steers especially, boarin' fruit. Hill Keen brought me 3av:.'itsly ill. weighing from 900 to l.OUu lbs., aro a twist Monday, and went away smll- Miss Kiiaa Shown and MNs Bea.sie a drug on tho market. Salesmen ui.' to dispose of tfioin even at deMattlngly wore the gussts of Mr. H. clines from Monday's pi Ices. Best A. Shown and family, Siraday lIy tile neighbor, Jim Carter, of butcher stock found a fair outlet. Narrows, brought me a fine twist of Owen Can iters and cutters steady; best can- of Four families, those terbacker .Monday, but wouldn't take Chlnn. Krnlc Wallace. Otis Dennett ners :c Uown. rainy goon tiomanti the liquor recete. .Tim is by liquor feeders and MucKcrs today for! for high-grad- e Clyde Chlnn. will leave ... ?nrw1t' fltnu fftll Mullt'iv'u like he lined to be about goin' to seo and -- Cupora, Miss., where tney will engage '.. nlmiit 'Ho went to slo her tils sweetheart. wnrir Thpsn families all decline. Plainer grades hard to iu- twice a year for moru'n twenty years, in teret buyers in. Common Mockers live near Hartford. and he Is still a bachelor. Jim touches ottreinely dull with several loads unthings light. sold. Choice milk tows In fair rerilH MeADOO WAY OK quest. WINNING ILA5LKOADS Tinsley's friend, Mil Dean, of DunQuotations Prime export steers. dee, was down the first of the week. $15010.25; heavy shipping $12.50 The wisdom of Congress In refusI overheered talkln' about them 015; light $11012.50; fat heifer. iomethin 'terrible that was goin' to ing to vote an additional '.sura of 5S(M5; fat cows $9012; medium happen along about July, but I 8750.000.000 for government man- 55.5009; cutters $5.5000.50; can-neagement of the railroad1, is fitly Ilsouldn't ketch JiW what It was. $4. 75 ?T 5; bulls $7.10; feeders lustrated by an experience of a single 58013; stockers $70 11; choice Dun-doAn old farmer approached Tlns-lo- shipper. Ksquire V. S. Dean, of milch cows $930120; medium $G5 Squire Dean bought a car of court was gulii' on, while circuit 95; common $500 05. tous of coal of a mine at and ast him if ho was ready to go up forty-flv- o for Calves Itecolpts 191 head; por ton, He paid $1.75 und attend to his case. Tins blush- Contertown. the three days 504. Market steady. ed, and confessed his namo weren't or a total of $78.75, for tho coal. Best veals $15 15.50; medium $1)0 hope Hurries won't hear Tho freight from Centcrtown to Dun- 15; common $5.5009. Barnes. dee, a distance of 19 miles, was 2.75 about It. Hogs Receipts 2.0GG head; for " a ton, or a total of $12G.75, including the three days 7,420. Pries advancSomobody got into Tom Likens" three dollars war tax. The freight ed 00c on all weights, with a keen meat btore the other nlte and stole exceeded the coat of the coal by $18. demand for choice swine from all a lot of btuff, includln' sumo cheese. Certainly since Joseph woro tho source.!. Host hogs, 150 lbs., and up Thank goodness overybody knows mo spotted coat no .inch example of thu $19.50; pigs. 150 lbs., down $1.'0 mismanagement of a public utility and Hat Nail don't like cheese. 17.75; throwouta $10. to down has so mercilessly robbed tho pubSheep and Lambs Receipts 10 Wat-torslic. Again let us commend Mr. ADMINISTKATOIPS NOTICK. No head; for the three days 22:!. for thanking Cod for a Re- change iu values. Best lambs $150 All persons having claims against publican congress. 18; seconds $10014; culls $809; the ohtato of B. H. Stowart, deceased, cholco fat shoep $9 9.50; bucks $7.-5- 0 are hereby notllled to presont same LMAOUi: WILL WAIT down. re to mo, piopoiiy proven, on or WIULK PKAOK IS MAIK Loral drain Market. April 20th, IS 19, or they will Louisville mills are pajlng $2.1 1 bo forever barred. Washington showod keon intercut for No. 2 wheat and $2.12 for No. ;t, This .March 1st. 1010. last night In unofficial prefer! din- - prices bolug adjusted on seaboard ba K. C. BA1RD, patche frolu Paris to tho offect tliatl nm,er Fo0(l Adinlntotrator rcgu SCt:: Administrator. the Leaguo of Nations plan would latlons: .to .be only incidently mentioned In tho Current approximate foiling prices WIHTKHV1LLK. preliminary treaty of peaco to bo pre- quoted by local commission dealers sented to tho Germano tho ast of on carload luts are: Mi3 lloleu Dugan has roturned to this mouth und that final action Corn No. 2 white $1.55 bu.; No. her homo after spending a fow days would bo delayed until more pressing :t white S1.B3; No. 2 yellow $1.55; Mrs. Linla K. Cecil, this week. villi matters had been solved. Opposi- No. :'. yellow $1.53; No. 2 mixed ',: Several still have tho flu at this Inter(preceding No. 3 mixed $1.51 phtco, but It is not so serious us It tion Senators showed rollcf and preted tho report au meaning that grades kiln dried) Natural corn for has been. poaco delegates were not as feeding purposes $1.40. Prlvato Leo Barret has been musluaguo as Presiiu favor Oats No. 2 white C7c bu.; No. :i tered out of service, and has returned much Wllbon of thu On the whlto 66$c; No. 2 mixed GCe; No. 3 dent had reported to his homo, hero. other bund, Administration loaders mixed GSje. Mr. Ho.sra Shown mado a business pointed out that the preliminary Current approximate buying prices trip to Hartford, Tuesday. treaty Is not tho final treaty, and oarload lots are: Is recovering Mr, Stowart Carter, will bo tho ono that Corn No 4 whlto shelled $1.42 com a light attack of pneumonia, and that tho latter tho Seuato tnuut ratify. bu.; No. 4 white ear $1.37. bo out again. is able to OatsNo. 2 whlto 6Gc; No 3 Miss Stella Wedding is on tho Hick Cull on Hie republican for FJno whlto 66c; No. 2 mixed C6c. lint this week. Curreut approximate gelling prices AfasterOoy C. Shown is upending lob Printing. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. 1 un-ab- lo ,i,i,r ". ""; (ban carload lots areSLKCP .MALADY'S Corn (Natural I No. 2 mixed or TOLL IH DHATHS yellow 5 1 . ." ." hu.; No. $1.50; No. 1 H.&r. All grades white 2r buhe! Chicago, March, 10. Health auhigher. thorities watching dovulopements in Oat:, No. 2 white 70e hit; No. 2 connection with tho malady, lethargic nii.ed GOe; bags, extra; lc per bushel nucophaHMcH, or "sleeping sickness." extra for city delivery. became alarmed today when two Product' Mmkct. more deaths wore reported. A conLocal produce dealers quote buy- sultation of health officials was called ing prices as follows (net to shippers and held over Miss Lydla Gray, who tho shipper paying the freight and has been in a state of coma f.nr eighdrayage charges): teen days. Through a study of this Kgg Candled 34 035 cents. case it Is hoped that something will Butter Country 27 ffT 30r. ho found that will lead to complete Poultry Hens 24 0 2Gc lb.; largo identification of the malady. spring chickens 2.10 2Cc lb., medium The two deaths woro that of a man and small spring chickens 27030c and a child of five years. The man lb.; old roosters 140 lCc lb.; ducks 'was stricken while apparently in per20(JJ22c lb.; turkeys 2.N0:;ic lb.; fect health. Tho child had suffered geese 150 20c lb.; guineas 0 6c. le.ss .". , front scarlet fever. Invariably, the history of thu malady shows It Is preceded by Influenza, or some other Illness. Physlclnns have held there was small probability of tho disease terminating fatally. The deaths todny caused them to modify their opinion and renewed efforts aro being mado to determine tho cause and find the remedy. Twenty-seve- n cases ami eighteen deaths have been reported in Chicago during tlits week. Health authorities aro not agreed that all are real cases of tho mysterious disease. It is estimated that the German invasion of France and Belgium made wanderers of 1,250,000 formerly happy country pcoplo of those countries. ., t- - m IM'KKIiritST. O. Snell will fill his regular appointment, at Concord. Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. J. W. Carter and Chas. Whobrey delivered some tobacco, in Owensboro last week. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Duke and twin sons spent Sunday with J. D. Miller and family. Miss Krina Carter has tho mumps. Mrs. ("loll Smith went to Llvormoro Monday, on business. Mr. Jesse Casebler left Monday, for Alabama, where he will locate Mr. J. K. Smith wns called. Monday, to tho bedsldo of his mu, Kstlll Smith, of near Hartford, who Is very , 111, of influenzn. Mr. J. B. Hardin, of Render, spent tho first of the week with his brother. Mr. Wlllio Hardin. Kev. M. --- ra y, e. A Dollar in The Bank ! 1 Is Worth Two in the Hand J t It piles up in the Bank be- bo-fo- SIIHKLHY IS GIVK.V NICH JUICY PLUM Washington. Mnrch 11. Formor Representative Swagor Sherloy, of Louisville, has boon appointed to tho highest official position ever offorod to a Kontucklnu. As director of tho division of flunuco and purchases of tho federal railroad administration, to which Mr. Shorley was appointed today, his salary hats been fixed at $25,000 a year. Tho appointment was offered to Shorley somo tlmo ago, and ho went to Kentucky recontly to consult with friends In regard to tho advisability of accepting it. Ills ucceptanco was received today. Ho succeeds John Skclton Williams, comptroller of tho currency, who recently resigned his connection with Tho tho railroad adminlstratiou. new salary was created especially for Shorley, as Williams was prohibited from drawing two salaries from tho government. fore you know it. A dol lar in the Bank is doubly t : valuable. It adds to your selltrespect and helps your credit. t $1.-r'.- BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. f - f IMH'M m .v iM(kW r imm US w...J.... am- -