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A BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF TOWN OF HARTFORD fltartfirefl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS flepttbtott 1 .4 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year No. 38 CONGRESS MAY PASS A HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919. ware minims. They conduct a delivery busings. They recently sold their luislneslhouse, near ihe depot nnd are bullilng a new house on a vncnnt lot oVoslle tho Hartford House. KUIlltrolliiTH. This firm so feeds), handles pro duce nnd runs t mill. It Ikih been in business the tst five year?. It liasiina produce a specialty. Will Sri emmer. SclilAiiinti, tne tlutchmnn, Will ciiimi U Hartloril Vom Tell City, Inn bakery. Se- diana, and had been ornl prcvlousdatti-Wmade to kccla li ery going here, 111 ) id e It rai0(1 stick. He uu, nC(. nddelcon ctlon.irlcs to his ilnP of buslnrV Ite-cent- ly $50,000,000 LOAN JAPS STIR RUSS AGAINST (I. S. A. MADE TO RAILROADS Who Is Who In Business Of The Ohio County Capital Hartford's War Finance Corporation Hand Of Nippon Agents Is Makes Advance To Seen In Attack On Ease Situation. America V Washington, .March 19. Reports Washington, March IS. Fifty enterprises business feeling In million dollars was loaned today to of growing tho cj .lp.iro favroably with those ofSituDirector General Hiues by tho War Eastern Siberia have been for some be-- t county coats of the stnte. Finance Corporation as tho first ad- - time In the hands of tho State De ated In tho center of a prosperous vnnco for the railroad administration partment, Tins was learned nuthorl-tntiyel- y imrkulturul community, they enjoy today in connection with an since it was left without funds by I may a i.irKO and prontablo trade. It failure of the congressional appro- - Associated Press dispatch from Via be Justly snld of Ilartford's business printlon. Other loans ylll follow as dlvastok telling of widespread jneii Hint there- Is not .n lilncK.. biicop jlclsm In Eastern Siberia of the opera- as they can be arranged. . i...ui " mere is nm. .1 among them. fit, RcMiiirjiiit The loan was made to the director Jtlons ot the American military forces a ciniti hoks houso In town at which Thc CU' ''T"')"1 ,s on0 r the, general as representative of railroads 'there. f fair y not trade with a seen 'oUk'r mlHl,,PHSl,8tVltIol,s ot Hnrt- - which the War finance Corporation ins The reports, lt was learned, came n nior dcallnK. H Is truo that the considers essential to war industries.! from both American diplomatic nn-f,n'' li,vl"S Tl Pcl"-- l antllo fortunes have been built ulI1T1H'j1",re tlla" lwpn-- 1 Adequate collateral was given in tho iiitlitnrv reiirpsniitntlvna In RllieH.i. I i lness'lulcGr03S If., vears aco. tr some years after form nf railroad bonds and notes, 1and instances of this feeling were here, but at the same time failures are practically ""J"""' JMr. Williams ill, the restaurant laInlv lt ,'3 understood bonds of the j cited wim;ia uie ti.n ouuu uuiJcill rtrnnitn me c.... I ", ronsorvamu iiinii-h- .. ichuiigeii mimis in some frequency. Pennsylvania Railroad. The loan was ment. It wds said, howovor, have -' crate profits has made Dusiness nut. about flvelars . ago Joe .. Tate nindo at C per cent the same rate as thoroughly approved the conduct of .1 . .... .. i ..i..niiiiiii lint m.th liuulo ...i.. i itooK'CiiarBu u no merchant princes Its management.! ,ost advances to railroads and Is : General, William II. Graves In We nre offering our reader n busi payable July 15 with the right on the structlons were Issued to Gener'jl Tomtl.t'iis. n ness directory of the town, with Tom Mkens cal to Hartford from jpart of the director general to repay Graves before ho went to Siberia, it brief statement of tho origin nnd was learned, to avoid carefully any jears ago, since before that date. management of each. The loan will replenish the rail- - act which would commit the United which time he hlcngngcd in vari-- ( CiirMiii .V Co. ous business vciuW For several road administration's funds which States government to either side" in firm, established In 1S90, years now he lias I ducted the meat .were almost exhausted owing to hca- - any factional troubles. This These carries a largo, lino of general merwith groHes In addition. (vy demands and the failure In Cpn- - structlons, it was said, have been re-.chandise, and Ahcre are few articles gress of tho measure appropriating ' peated from time to time, and strict II. Vilnius, a purchaser might want that could - $"50,000,000 for the revolving fund 'observance of Miem by tho American As far back nslftl James Wllnot be found In Its ample stock. Mr. Mlnins came to Han-- and engaged ',e railroad administration Is ex- - commander has aroused some hostll . miKim-asJ 11. It Carson founueu mo pocien 10 use me money lor us more uy In the drug tradeUtc bought the o . nnd has been continuous pressing obligations. s(ore ,hnt w. or , Attributed To Jap Agent.. i buMness manager. T"e War Finance Corporation to Mr. Wll-- 1 n by Mf , W.Vrd. Much of the hostility in I an application rn I r At Co. Hams has conducteW business In day also approved toward Americans is attributed in gor man any '"" ' rmriiiiii the same duhhiuk circles here to ac of J. E, Fogle i Co., mai " ' advance ot i,ii:i,uuo. business manl Hartford. tivity of Japanese agents. It has T"ese loans are In addition to tho been renorted that about three waalcs iicss In ISSe. Later the stylo ot the t Ohio ComityL. Co. aggregate advances ago a Japanese publicity agent firm was Fair Hros., but Mack Fair, Ohio CounlyL" Co'mI,anVi $70,000,000 nrrlv Tho .1 1)lade heretofore to Individual rail- -, withdrew from tho company wvcral ed In ladlvostol:. Within a tow .. .. .,,,..,, W!ie road companies ago, since which time It has ,. years ... h.A r.. ...... ...... days, these reports say, articles begar w... "' H HIV the oldest busses In Hartbeen untter tne sine iuuu;iki-"'- In the newspapers appcarlug of one of wi:i:ics sales Mr. Will Fair. Tho company carries ford. I Ir. It. E. K.liiinerjnan Is Vladivostok, which aro 3ald to be un- merchandise, OX OWKXSIIOHO a large line ot general idor Japaneso influence, reflecting on the manager. an l does a big business. I Mm ITttltofl Qtfitoa nnd Ita Qllinlnti Dr Slore Dr. Iti'iin'x . .. .. , Last week's tobacco sales on the' .... , .. Hull ClotliliiK " Dr. I.. H. Dean n londucted a Owcnsboro loose leaf market totaled IHJilU., UI, U2, II1U UI11U1U9 (lUKUriUL'U II, vii Cnrsnn Ilrothers. Amos and drug store, on Union eet. for the Its l'irk of, policy. 1.105,000 of pryor at au average ot V S. founded this huhiness five years past twenty years. In well informed circles It also has Hurley sales were G5.4G5 at s 14.44. gents furnishing ago. It handles been said that Gen. Knox, (omm.inder .i. i; T.ai average price of $17. SS. an goods, end does a largo volume of ( of tho Urlttsh forces in Vladivostok, J. U. Tappnn, thc Jler, camo to To date :!3,6SO.0SO pounds of pry- lnisiiiess. Mr. Amos unrh had not been at all times In full acHartford from Centra y. In 190C, or brought an average price of ir ngir. cord with the attitude of the United up a gen nnd and opened I, for which the growers were paid I'eudletou Tyro nnd had urged upon Gen Jewelry store, Tappan Is $r..lGG,70G. Hurley sales amounted States Mr Tyro has twice engaged in cilos optician, and mines eyes for the season to 1,534.355 for which Graves the advisability ot taking a also an business In Hartford, handling a gen- ' de filiate one political facand adjusts spectacle the growers wore paid $317, 532. Gl, tion in stand for in eral lino of dry goods and groceries. order to aid the firm estab'pi.,. ... nnd an average of $20. G9. It is esA IIV. ah mid he has been In business hero lishment of one government In SiAmerican Coopn-- AssocSa- - tlmated that 7,000,000 pounds ofgto- The ntiout five years. beria, but tho policy of tho United I Hon. which operates : of stores bacco in the Green river district Is States, officials said, has been and Thomas llrotlicrs. find nieii.- urlli In llin hirna AMlm f xtiwitw . 01m iw nih,..., .... t ut ttlntinnr WiO'h still is that the Russian people must . .. ... ...... , f nil ,,r ed by the farmers a ckholders. decide as to their own form of govDilxiness iiiuii ui i""""" ItlVKIt OX ItAMl'AGK. organized a branch fly house ernment and that government must those at present doing business here. lwro. nearly two j ago. The be answerable to the Russians. They wore In tho Saddle and Harness The heavy rains Saturday, Sunday ............ ,...- - ,i..,inn. .hn rlvll war. ' local enterprise ha groceries. d feeds, fertilizers, farm uplemenb) and Monday are flooding Rough. river ' ui i.m.m.1 vn 121r.1rvt.GL' The' engaged In the grocery .. .. air. s. valley wun tne nignest rise in tne oiwwiii KKXTlVhY 1873. and hnvd'nntl general lariu su FOUND IX King river since 1913, and thc present 1 King is the manai Mr. :""""-.- . '.'...itf ... i.,..!.. on tho IIUUll UIIWI.'"UJ "" bought the stock ot tl ilo county flood Is only a few Inches below that same snot since. Some years agj Cttunlf Pnmniinv her rint ilihf rr.pnnl. Mnnv Wfinlp llvltifr In thpl Henderson, Ky March IS. Thn . ....... ..v..-..- . ... .. ......r. ... ... v. Ulllfl'1.7 .w..l'."rf .. - vmv ...0".. ..... ur. u " thcjMnm a nu ,.!... ......I..n.)u' llltliun iycars ap-o- n aK0, and up mo became lowlands were forced to move to 'first case ot sleeping sickness to ..,, .,...., A lllfe' IOI ftlUUMll,, UUU lltUl.ll,. &lII ,..J,,par In this cltv is that of Lucllu tho site of the old frame one. re"" " IHIUIICU .lH lllUllilt.Ur Ul HIS moved. The firm was for manv personal enterprise. uaugnter 01 driven to the hills. Thousands of vicuers, years composed of tho brothers. acres of wheat In the river valley will Walter Vlckors. The child- - had re- John. Peter and Ellis. Ellis died FOOD EXPORT FOR be ruined. For the past two days covered from an Illness of Influenza several years ago, since which time 1S1LLIOXS POUNDS tho river here has been lined with and has been in a deop slumber for John anil Peter liavo continued the I elevou days. All efforts of physipeople, nttracted by tho big water. busincsp. cians to arouse the young patient Washington, M.uch Exports of .1. C. Her. No hopo Is have been unavailing. KSCAPED LUNATIC CAUGHT. foodstuffs from tho Ui States to Clove Her engaged in tho grocory held out for Its recovery. tho Allies, neutrals, n relief, 1ius.lnosH horo w'hon n more boy and tho for the .,, ,. ..........! tl... luiu..tfwq rmitlnumis- - Red Cross and 1918 A ', 17,786,- - In Marshal Uurton, ot Fordsvlllo, was PASSIXfJ OF LANDMARK w.u ,.u.d..i-Wll the city Wednesday afternoon on iriir " ly since. He handles a largo nuu 4GS pounds, exclusive ur nnd A CENTURY OLD OAK route to Hopkinsvllle with a man a uncomplete Mock, and conducts grains, acconling to ug omplled named Vantress, who had escaped livery business. y Through tho kindness of Mrs. A. by tho Food A stratlon, from the Western Kentucky Insane U. S. Carson. an Incroaso ot 2,156,85 pounds Asylum. Vantress was sentenced to W. Logon wo are ablo to offer our V. S. Carson engaged in tho gro- over 1917. tho Eddyvllle penitentiary sovoral readers an Interesting nccount ot the cery trado hero In 1897, and bus conGrain and flour expo re 45S,-- 1 years ago for life, for murder and al- - pnsslug ot an ancient landmark, an yoaw. ducted tho business twenty-tw- o 2fl0,5f2 bushels, an in ot SI,- - so 19 years for horse stealing. Be old oak that stood for moro than a Rccontly ho has dovoted u portion ct GIG, 842 bushels ovor 1 coming lnsauo ho was committed to century In tho yard of tho Foreman his tlmo to farming, of which ho hiiit o asylum. Tho charge ot murder place. Just outside of tho city limits, Export for January tho mode u success. est flijures available, w 1)6,027,-- ; was for killing n Hendorson police- - as well as a brief account of nn anR. L. Denver. 827 pbunds, and 38, 7S bushels ' man Mudfsonvlllo Hustler. cient Hartford family. camo to Hartford from of flo r and grain, agai tl,945,- Mr. Iavor Tho ancient treo saw tho home-stea- d sU 784 p unds and 27.G5E bushels, THE 1.ADV .Mlt'AHKES iha a.iiiiiitir s nrln us country. lt sheltorod built, nearly iv cen(JIVE A PIE SUPPER tury ago. It hoard tho first cradlo years ago, since which tlmo he has durlnii tho snnio month ar ago. song within Us walls; It heard the conducted a grocory business, in tbo Expfrts continued to r great strengtli in February, at! ig to a Uo.in proporty, on Collego stroet. The Lady Mccabees gavo a plo sup- - song and laughtor at murriage feasts, statoinVnt today by tluieau of, per nt the Hall Thursday night of and lt had hoard tho last funeral O. A. Hudson. Ccl ce, tho Inst weok, which tor both buslnoss walls of all but two of tho members C. A. Hudson has vetoranlzcd In Forolgl and Domestic amusement was a big auccesi, ot the large family that had onco grocery business, having been In total til all countries real $588,-'an- d tho tho trado hero for twelve yoare. Ho 000,000, an tncrenso ot a mntoly A splendid entertainment program enjoyed Us cooling sheltor from a music and summer sun, or set beneath its rocontly removed hl l'laco ot busi 43 por cent, over Febr f last consisting ot marches, I declamations lurnlsncd much inter- - spreading branches In the evening ness from the Heavrln property to year. I Expolts for tho olght m ended est and amusement for the big crowd twilight. Tho homo tho giant oak tho principal business bloci: in tuo with Flbruary Wt)ro valt $4.- - In attendance. Tho auction salb, adorned was old, evon as Hartford Itlower end ot town. 386,00(1000 as com par h $3.- - 'which was offered for tho benefit ot self is old. It was an acorn boforo W. 1L HaUc. RR!OO0'jQO0 for ilio condlng tho treasury ot the lodge, furnished tho first cabin was built in the town. Raize recently bought the Wade many tunny features. Pies sold The fine old oak has seen nearly moved his period it the previous y j Heuvrln .proporty. and Febrmry lmpo'ts a ed to readily for four, five and evou as all ot four generations pass away, and He hero from McIIeary, business $235,001,000 as icouip with high as seven and a halt dollars. It half the young people ot that time handles grocerliH and a hinall lino, of $208,O0.O00. In Fibruar j, im- was all for the lodge, and the boys have enjoyed Us beauty and Us goods and not'uin. dry ports fol tho clgh'. monjtalleil wero liberal, mother Litchfield was shade, and the swiug which oncq Acton Ilrothers. asjagali ,841,-- the auctioneer, and his tact and good hung from Its strung branches, where - $l,933,0O,00O Tim Acton Brothers camo to Hartago and engaged 000,000 kr a similar pere pre- - humor added dollars to the treasury they sat when the summer stars and i ioTd about six years year. hard-vloot tho Lady Mccabees. shimmered the soft moonlight Jn tho grocery. , furniture and 1 ,,, crlt-rapld- ly . if I i J '' ' ' ' 1. d , ""-,oli- lcr '"""'"'"""""""" Well-iiifonn- I I . last :lhket $15.-reua- i f e 1 .... ,r.,fi v". ......i .! ..... ."" ',,. ,,. .!..i,lnr to-da- I i I lat-'th- us ed: "We are told that the President will not permit peaco with Germany unless there is mado ns part of tho peace treaty tho constitution ot the league as drawn in a large part by Great Britain. We are told that this will be done to force the Senate to accept without amendment this BritEASIEST WAY OUT. ish constitution, revolutionizing our County Tax Commission, Ward, Government and Us foreign and doto all those mestic policies. In other words the mailed notices had been rais- Senate Is to be coerced to do somewhose property ed. Many of them 'came'irf thing which it otherwise would not to protest before the equalization do, and public opinion In America Is board, farmer, who thus to be coerced into demanding but one had received notice that his proper- ratification. Will Not Ilo Coerced. ty had been raised $GS5, wrote to "In my Judgement President WilMr. Ward that he would not take the tho time and trouble 10 co'ue before son has onco moro misjudged a money or- temper of the American people and the board, and enclosed the Senate. I will not bo coercder for $0.85; thinking that amount cover the raise. Mr. Ward re ed into voting for the constitution, fo would turned the money order, with an ex the league and I am sure the Senate planation he was not authorized to will not be. The proposed constitucollect taxes. The honest farmer was tion will bo considered upon Its merregardless of whether it Is its taking tho easiest way out. coupled with tho peace treaty or not. m should not bo If the constitution DEATH AT HEAVER DAM;. amended to protect and safeguard the Mrs. Jane Taylor died at her home, interests of the United States, thn In Heaver Dam, Sunday, and her re- Senate will propose such amendments mains wero buried at tho Paxton as lt may deem necessary." Senator Lenroot said "tho supposgrave yard, Monday. Her death was She was about ed club over the Senate postponing duo to paralysis. stuffed with straw," seventy-fiv- e years old. Before her poace Is ' , marriage Mrs. Taylor was a miss adding. "It does not scorn to have occurred, Paxton. She married Capt. Dick Taylor, who was an officer In the to the President that If he is not wilShe was the ino'.ber of ling to negotiate a treaty of peace Union army. Mr. Everett Taylor, who for several satisfactory to the American people. years was postmaster at Heaver Dam, Congress may Itself, and undoubtedly and who died a few months ago, in will, pass a Joint resolution declaring tho war with Germany termiIllinois. clothes nated. Tho Constitution Congress with tho power of declaring NEW SUITS FILED, war, and the body that is given this A number of new suits has been power unquestionably has the power filed recently, among them we note; to terminate tljo war. "Germany is whipped. We are askMaude Austin sues James H. Austin for divorce and alimony. In her ing for no annexation, no indemnipetition Mrs. Austin alleges the cus- ties. We have accomplished the purtomary cruol and inhuman treatment, pose we had when we declared war, with settled aversion etc. She al- and while lt would bo desfrablo to leges her husband earns good money have a formal treaty ot peace with. as an employe of the Illinois Central Gormany it Is not necessary. 'Can Declare War Ended. RaProad Co., and asks 31,000 alimony and fifty dollars a month for "We can declare tho war has endof herself and ed and go on about our business, and the maintenance I confidently prodlct that this Is what child. D. I). Hancock and wife tile peti- will bo dono if tho treaty is uot rattion In court, asking for an order of ified by tho Senate. Tho proposed League of Nations will then have to adoption ot an orphan child. In n suit of W. T. Hawes vs Tho be considered separately It It Is conllouvor Dam Coal company, tho plain-ti- sidered at all. By this ot course tho alleges that by reason of the Im- United States will loso nothing, for ported veniihi Ion of the dependent's tho obligations Imposed upon us by mine his health was pormauuutly in- the proposed longuo far outweigh any jured, whilo in the employe ot said possible) benefits coming to us." company. Ho asks for damages In The Senator quoted from an address by Presldont Wilson in 1914 in tbo sum ot $2,250. Chester Stevens and wife suo for which the executive said "wo should nn order of sale and division of the not form alliances with any nation in proceeds ot the estate ot A. L. Mor- the world," and also from a stateton, deceased. Thu property consUtJ ment by former British Ambassador of two lots in Hartford, and as i divi- Bryco commending tho Sonate for sion of the proporty among the holrs "discouraging tho executive from for foreign enterprises Is Impractical the plaintiffs ask for schemes and to save the country (the United an order of sale. sues Carl K States) from being entangled with Halbrook Harold ot $4,526.69 alliances, protectorates, responsibiliDresses In the sum cents, an amount alleged to be due ties of all sorts beyond its own tor the drilling of an oil wall, on thn frontiers." "America does not need a League Wallace farm, near Dnndeo. Lincoln Sweatt sues Mamie Sweatt of Nations so much as a league ot said tho for absolute divorce. SweatCs al- Nations needs America," legation, It provon, should not con- Seuutor In conclusion, "and thn found tho court in the matter ot American peoplo aro willing to enter granting tho prayed for relief. Sweatt such a leaguo provided that the legiti alleges tho former faithful spouse Is mate interests of America are proper-- , now living with another man, some- ly safeguarded, which they are not in the constitution as now proposed. where In Tennessee. n' through, while they listened to tho old story. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Payton (Jack) Foreman, who now occupy tho old homestead, connect Its present history with the days when tho Peytons wero tho most prominent family ot the county. Mr. Foreman's grand-mothe- r, Mr3. Elizabeth Foreman, was a sister ot Dr. Samuel O, Peyton, a pioneer doctor and congressman from this district. Her father, William Peyton, was one ot the first settlers of ..oulsville, and at one time owned most of the land on which the city was built. He surveyed the city in 17S0. The decendents of Dr. S. O. Peyton still own the compass with which those surveys were made. William P. Peyton married into a wealthy and aristocratic Virginia family. The Peytons woro also wealthy, and decended from a titled English family, which came to Virginia during thc Revolutionary war. He and his futher, Craven Peyton, who was kihe. uy iflo Indians while returning from a survoying expedition, near Lexington, entered largo bodies of land In Jefferson, Bullitt, Bourbon, Fayette and Shelby counties. It was In thc good old times when a man would give 200 or 300 acres of land for a rifle or a horse. Peyton gave William Curlett, a relative from Virginia, a lot In Louisville, which Curlett sold for a leather hunting shirt. William Peyton resided for a number of years in Louisville, but removed to Hullett county, Whore he died. His widow came to Hartford in 1820. JOINT RESOLUTION Declaring War Is Ended Says Lenroot and Then Wait If President Wilson does not negotiate a peace treaty satisfactory to the Senate, Senator Lenroot, of Wisconsin. Republican, said In an address on the League of Nations beforo the Washington Commercial Club Congress may pas3 a here joint resolution summarily ending the war with Germany without a. treaty, leaving American participation in tho League of Nations to fu-au- re determination. Senator Lenroot declared he favored thc general plan of the leaguo as proposed, but would not be forced Into voting for tho constitution as now drawn without amendment. Asserting that the United States Is in "a most critical situation," with American principles and ideals endangered by the plans for the league, Senator Lenroot continuto-d- L.P. WTZntd ;jg5jp3yp5-3!- 'ii fctgSKpr" ! L. -. J J& ?A GREAT BANKER URGES ., IMMEDIATE ACTION l i ;p TV ! '., - 1 In Starting Wheels of try To Avert Disaster. t i Indus- u i T fV. tf t l i i. I'. 'i V.I, ii. if America has begun to comprehend tho seriousness of the appalling situation which confronts Europ6 and tho wreck which the whole fabric of civilization may be facing," said Frank A. Vanderllp to the Associated Press He had been investigating conditions in England and Prance in and will cnntlnuo his inquiries Switzerland and Italy. ' "America was once told there might be pence without victory," he said. "What we have is victory Trtthottt peace. Production has ceas ed and unless production can be speedily resumed one's imagination trannot comprehend the chaos which way ensue. "There is nothing to be gained by topping to question who Is to blame or by finding fault with tho way vents have been guided. The great productive machine of Kuropo must be started or the world will be confronted with n dlsastor such ns no exItero in perience has recorded. France everything waits on the settlement of tho question of indemnity and the progress of events In Germany. Each day makes the prospect of indemnity less possible. Wreck M.iy Cover Europe. "I have seen something of the utter wreck which the Central Empires instated throughout the war zone. It Is complete no words can picture truly how completo It Is. That wreck, however, covers only a trip from the ehnnnel to the German border. There Is possible a wreck that will cover all Europe. If productions Is not reFiugot ttliut lie .Needed. sumed, the horrors of war may be exfrom the Republican, Mt. Glliad, ceeded by thu horrors of this after period, which is neither war nor Ohio: The editor had an interesting expeace, but a breakdown of the perience some time ago, when n In the face of of civllatlon. Mtch appalling disaster every partisan young gentleman came into this office consideration, every unessential dif- and asked for a copy of the Marrow-CountRepublican. He .scrutinized ference of opinion should be instantly it carefully when a copy was handed forgotten. "Unless terms of peace can be him, and then said: "Now I know!" speedily agreed upon, and unless What Is it you are looking for," we tlieee terms are such as will psrmit inquired. ".My wife sent me a bottle ap- of Chamberlain's Cough Romedy, and of something the resumption proaching normal industrial life, I forgot the name. I went to several there is not meroly a chance, there Is stores and the clerks named over everything In the lino on the .shelf exa strong probility of Russian liolshc-TlsWhat cept 'Chamberlain's' I'll try again overrunning Germany. ' Bolshevism Is can never ba really pic- and I'll never go home without " Tho by a normal mind. No descrip- Chamberlain's cough Remedy tured Republican would suggest to the tion of It 1ms over been cf stores, that they po3t their One may say thnt the temperament and phychology of Germany Is not clerks, and neer let them substitute Customers lose faith In stores where such as to lead that country to Hunger can lead any coun- substituting is permitted, to say nothtry to Hohhovlsm .and hunger is ing of the Injustice to makers of good goods and the disjpolntmeat of cuswhat Central Europe Is facing. m ' "The stories which our soldiers tell tomers, a. on of apparent ample food supplies FLIGHT TO the Rhine should be taken only as ATLANTIC RE MADE IN MONTH governIndicating how completely mental power over food control has N'aw York, March IS. Rear Adbroken down and how food stocks miral I). W. Taylor, chief of the Nathat are essential are being recklessly val Uureau of Construction and Reconsumed. Pictures that I have repairs, announced here today that the ceived from the highest quarters renavy be ready to attempt the lative to food conditions in Central flight would by heavier-than-u- lr craft acro.--s .Europe, both In and out of Germany, They are sensation- the Atlantic Ocean within a month ico sensational. "I do not believe that Great Brital because the facts are sensational. ain will beat us across," he said, "If Must Start Production. the attompt is made with heavler-than-a- lr Whatever Is being done In the way craft. of alleviating conditions of starvation "We are under tho impression In Is necessary, but that is merely alle- Washington, however," ho continued, viation. It does not get at the root "that a dirigible trip will be underuf tho thing. That root runs down taken by England." Into the ground of production. If the situation is to bo baved every effort S3 roust bu bent toward solving tho problem and again stuiting production. "The first essential step lb fixing the terms of peace. Tho danger from delay cannot bo overestimated. One might speak of tho sorioiiBness of tho Unanclnl situation In several Eu- Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia ropean countries. It Is serious beE. Pinkham's Vegetable yond anything we have understood Compound Restored Germany Ik paying a In America. Her Health. dully subvention to a million Idle has issued Franco aien. Newark, N. J. 'Tor about three francs of paper money, tho limit of the latest law having been years I buffered from nervous break uown nnu got so reached. weak I could hardly additional throe billion francs "An stand, and had heada 111 be authorized, but there Is lited lea every day. I tle advantage in discussing financial fov Is could think of und wimlltions in tho face of this greatlj WU3 l pi) J ....... UI1ULT a .,1... ' i! clcian's caro for two er evil of a breakdown of Industrial I production. Thero In no economic f' years. Agirlfrie "Z A ff had used Lydiu E. lugordomuln that can correct tho iliilMV . . V i 11 k h a m 'a Vej - v. Europe. ProSnanolal difficulties of tublo Compound and duction ulono cm do tliut. Producshe told inu about Jt. From the first tion in sufficient quantities to pormlt '43 day I took it I began tho export of goods alone can norma to feel better and jaeiitly Mipport oxchunges. now I am well and V. S. Cannot Withdraw. able to do most any kind of work. I "There have boon dreams of all tho have been reeom-mendin- c Allioa sharing nil debts. Thoro huvo the Com. plans proposed for international pound ever since and Rive you my per been Stmrimtees of exchanges. Those uie mission 10 puuusn mis loiter. misa There can bo no Flo Kclly, 470 So. 14th St., Newark, Idle suggestions. International guarantee that can sus- N..F. reason this famous root and herb The tain exchanges while printing presses remedy, Lydia R. Pinkhatn's Veffetablo continue to inako paper money, Com)ound, was so successful in Miss "What can America do? There is Kelly's case was because it went to the her trouble, restored turtalnly one thing that it cannot do root of healthy condition und usher to a normal a result that is to withdraw itself to her nervousness disappeared. aud Paris, March 12. "I doubt to-da- i In the belief that this chaos Is remote and that America can avoid playing her part In International responsibility. We muU think in inns we never ternational term gigantic The thought before. strongth of our own position will not of keep us free from the effects events here. There is no time for narrow or provincial views. "For example, criticisms of the achero in ex tions of Government cluding our exports show lack of un derstanding of the financial position They have susof these countries. tained exchanges because they could borrow from our government. When that ability to borrow-- ends these i countries will be confronted by ex treme difficulty In regard to their Importation that It Is possible for them to prohibit, In order to keep down the demand for exchango to pay for Importation of food and raw materials. "The necessity for machinery Is Imperative and these Governments are endeavoring to provide that every- thing possible shall be made within their own borders because they have not the means to make payin.nts In They may have foreign markets. made some mistakes In laying em- baigoes, but In general the effort is one with which we sympathize, and The absolutely do not criticise. fundamental necessty of this situa It is not loans tion Is not charity. It Is the organization of production and distrlbuatlon. "Transportation is breaking down and there will be sections that can not be fed eon if there were food and plenty In Europe to feed them. The first essential Is to look facts In the fact and they cannot be looked in tho face until terms of peace are known and the available Indemnity measurfor the ed. Any useful Indemnity time being must ho measured in terms of goods and delay in announcing the terms of peace is rapidly moving into the future Germauy's ability to produce goods." rest tin: mu:.i of mfk. "I was glad when they said unto me, Lot us go Into the house of the Lord." Glad It was church time' Such was the singular stato of mind of this "Poor man," some clever mod- em man might say, -- wiiat did ne I t ry y m over-draw- n. is m BREAKDOWN .'SU.OOO,-UQA.0- m $&. J$v -- .aM mjii wan to go to church for? Why did he not get Into his automobile niulj ride off? Where was his Sunday ( hm hmhuihmh I mewsofpoo them HMal nemspaper that ho did not drown himself in its vasty deeps? Why did he not lounge around the house and X read the latest novol? Could ho not sleep at home? Who was this man that was glad it was church time, and when did he live? He was a Hebrew-poe- t who lived three thousand .venrs ago nnd sang some of tho sweetest songs thnt ever this world heard and that are still singing their way through the world There must, then, be some substance and worth and staying power In his poetry so that tho world will not let It die. How many men live three thousand years after they are dead? Hon much of Tennyson or of Browning will remain after thirty centuries' We need to speak respectfully of this old Hebrew poet. Tho psalmist was no simpleton. Some vory bright men always go to church Some v er J great men have been glad to go to a. church Gladstone w ent to (hurrh 4. 1 regulnrlv; so did Lincoln nnd ,i did J Yo are In vers good A Roosevelt company when we go to church and we can give good reasons wh we should be glnd to go 1 "I In Church Promotes I'rospeill.v. We should be glnd to go to church because it promotes prosperlt It Inculcates truth and honest, Indus-t- r I o and thrift, mutual Interest and service, and these are tho fonnd.i-- 1 J tlons of business on which all true; and lasting success must be iuiiii ThK is the view of business men themselves Whon promoters la out .1 new town they gener.ill set fthide a choice corner lot which they w 111 donate to a church, because the believe thnt a lot with a church on It will enhance the value of cwry A few jears other lot In the town. ago we were riding into the clt of i:i'oi:.TEi) Ituffalo on a .summer evening and picked up on the train o'ne of the papers of that city. Our eye lighted on a column headed "Cold Facts ' As it was a very hot evening and we felt the need of something refreshing wej ; thought we would try some "cold I facts." The column turned out to be1 an exploitation of the advantages of In one ceaseless grind from the be- IT's, VH'llV LOAN, makes the following announcement: ..., ... that city as a place of business and ginning to the end of the year Thlrt m. . .1111 1 11 111:1 ini.111-- ) .. . mm .. . ...111 , liegliiufng residence top monotony gets on the nenen and Is .ujuiiiii iree 01 at tho I charge to any teacher requesting tho with .single lines and growing Into a prolific cause of Insanity. Our life witno. the following materiallatger paragraphs as it wont down i.s lushing on at high speed under K 1 Wnahlou. March 15. I.ewlg n Clnssilled lists of department the page the column told about the groat pressure nnd the strain threatof War Loan for imlilfcNtioiis arranged for the use liiisimvs. blocks and manufacturing ens to get on our nenefc and break l'raiiklij'lrector of Trejsur.'upartmont. U perfectliiK lyncher (all th publications plants and transportation facilities us dowii In nenous prostrntlon, If of tho -plans f he Fifth Victory Liberty I' S. Department of Acrlrniinr.. and residential di.tricts and splendid we do not have sonio regular relief loan..tljmpnlen for which will I.e.! rnnged )lnd clarified nn.lnr i, ... parks and the schools of that city, and recreation. . .. . . "" i The Christian Sun- ..1.. 1.. .1" !"",,s "iviMoni of agricultural In and down at the bottom in one of the day throws its barrier across- - tho h'" '" usury Department did not structlon.) Tho largiMt paragraphs told ot Its churchs rushing torrent and slowi, it down wait f 'ongre.ss to pasg the bill .' l .... ... ..... i.i, .. but there wn& not a paragraph, not or brings It to a stop. The burden nuthnrr tho lo.m, but wont right referonco books..hwuuiiurai texts and a line, not a cold fact, clarified for .secondabout the of toil drops off the back und tho ahead I Its preparations. ary school. oruwories and saloons of the city. body has rest and renewnl, and mind It H a bigger task this jear !. Classified lists of IqxIh n,i Evidently the piomuter did not and heart are rolnvlgorated. The than ijv of ihe'othor Liberty loan (reference books on olomentar agrl- Miink the .saloons were an attraction, iioIm; ot business is hushed, and the campa not only because thu war nnu nature study. but they counted the churches one soul is given the opportunity to think N ovot Localise the new form of iniuieLists of 4. of tho most .splendid assets of thut rtu higher things and hear tho volro!tno teachers' profosslonal fl(,.ln W niake a wh(J,0 ,()l books classified. beautiful city by the lnke. A tew or the Spirit. lie inrisiian wceKiy ,, Urlng necessary, r. A list of i,0st hooks vears ago a student graduated at day of rest exactly fits Into our needs' on rural T,j j3 to )0 pUt out ,a the life. Vale as an agonstie mid went west, nnd could not bo changed without j Jiiort-terform rnotes Instead of A suggcto. libhary saying he would find a town .in individual and social Injury. The for homo coupon books, as in the m.iiiurs. were no churches nnd French in the time of their revolution I i0K. which thero pllst.'jorder to simplify their sale, 7 List of jourfes of pictures use-rifettle thero. He found such a town, tried changing It to every tenth day. !tj,o 'jury Department will have In teaching elementary but presently he wrote pack to a and the plan failed. The church, agricult10 , urintvd as nearly llkn th ture and naturo class-mat- e studv. who had become a minis- stands us the guardian ot tills day. Four!iberty loan bonds ns po.ssi- o. sources or projection ter and said. "Come out hore and Abandon the Church and Sunday will ble. they will boar no np- Intorest pa rat us, slldos, etc. bring plenty of IltblCa with you: this go with It, and then every one will coun . List of dealers In agricultural town is more llko hell than any pluce toll at his work seven days In tho Dii Franklin l.s making a stu- - nnd other, I have ever seen." tclentlflc apparatus and A tanner owned week. wo value tho cornerstone dy o ffour clusses of notes atithor- As supplies. a farm near a hall In which infldel of our civilization, ap-- ir.cd r the new act, we should ln- the rate 10. List of sources of maps lectures were given, which he at- - preciate and respect and observe tho terciy Jill bear, and the of and maturi cnuris. tended. Rut when he wished to sell Christian Sunday and on this day ty p, oe not more .... .. . which win it t "1 UXIlllllt.S furnished to farm and advertised It, lie men-'lon- we should bo glad when they say, tlintiycars. schools. the fact that it was near a "Let us go Into the house of the TJir clnsses differ only In their 12. A scries good school and a Christian church, Lord." of o cxetM from taxes. It is likely phasoe of secondary documents lint said, never a word about the InInstruction I Humour classes will bo IsMied. ngricultiiro. fidel hall. Some sudors wore wreckbut the purposo of a popular Had 'I'ii sic In V0111 Mouth. l.'i. f.llllf l.if a .. 1. j -ed upon an unknown island where '" "" en nil one of them will be use cortaln farmers "" ic.icners niav th" woro in fejir of savagos. One bulletins. the Treasury Depart- When ou havo a bad tasto In your lect U. Lantern II,i0 k.ctur; of them climbed the bluff and saw mouth ou may know that your di- niernmoiifco sales force all over loaned froo by this .,. ,llvlt 1 a church spire and failed back, gestion Is faulty. A dose of Cham- tbuitry will concentrate This of IS lectures on ' Come 011, boys, hero's a church." various topics in berlain's Tablets will usually correct wIBd confusion in the minds of " " metiioila and Plans Why did those man fuel safe whon " tho disorder. They also cause a gen- tbulc leacning saino.) they saw that chunk spire? The late of Interest will not be You tle movement of tho bowels. 15. A suggested library church does promote prosperity. Tako will find this to bo one of the best allied until the campaign plan for sturts. tho churches out of any town or com- medicines you have ever become ac- bej If It were announced now arranging, clasifyiK and using nKrlci.l.ural library i u achool v munity and ever thing would go quainted with. r m the's of all other bonds 'vould go a homo. down In tho market Not tin acre of uijccordunco, and the; Victory Address Alvln Dili,,, ground or a steel beam would bo chnr ... loj'iild not gain by Itj higher ngricultuinl lXI'Ll'MN.A AND THU HOUSES Instruction. States Ro-l- a worth us niueh. Human llfo would rate, how over, H likely to ions service. V. a. Department especially become clioup. Put tho' T1,at of tho U"lte1 8l1n,te'! "otment Disiur cum. 1 ne toiui ssiiu will Agriculture. Washington, D. c churches back, and everything would $4,000,000,000 and $5,- It necos- -- o " i.i "r Agriculture should find ei mi in value. H.r. tin, tow-aownors against tho dan 0 '.000. NO'I'ICK OF DISSOLUTIOX. iis t it i.Il.Ii.,.1 .th ,. ii 1.0. sslst still further Itj avoiding gor to their hoisos from the opidouilc coinos touched with divine Issues and from which human beings huvo suf- p confusion over to change eternal llfo. fered so severely, is significant. Tho f onds to notes, thojI Treasury Tim Cliuich llmiKs TI10 Monotony uont is urging that ho use of f the Hough Itlvor Land & I . dlsoaso has already appeared among Iiinnl i Of Lire f ... . ... ... hi soveral places and bears a ords bo shunned asur us pos-n- d horses :,v"" 19 uruHviiio. Ky, held Jnnu- ry flOil. tho words "Vlcfjry Loan" 1 &. Wo should bo glad to go to church close resomblnnco to the saiuo uialudy nil of the stock represented. It was unanimously because it breaks the monotony of among us. Disastrous apuiciiucs 01 ihasized. voU od that tho said corporation llfo. Variety is tho splco of llfo, mitl . nils nature among horses nro rocord-oton- y hoii, Is deadly drudgory that ..j i iiion Italy in laOl, In Germany in mou nave Dackaclo tho liver ormlnatod according to law and no! kills. Wo all know how fatiguing it 16R!, and umong the European ar dieys are sure to be tut of ceur. He of such is hereby giV0I1 jinol, It does wondirs for the Is to ride along a straight road on a mies in 1711. It fell like Ikidneys and bladder In 1870-7- 2 ,C A. KALI'H. A trial level, because of its sumenoss, but a scourge upon horses of tho United me win iJJiivuicu vju. Qpt It President. when the roads wind up and down Status and Canada, threatening the drug stole 46-J' D- and around through picturesque buslnoss of the entire country. S FOlt IjUItAIiTlACHEItS. fectinus it is a constant refreshment and delight One of the deadliest Hurblne cures constpaton and re- Dlvlslonof Agriciltural In- - establishes regular features of life la some heathen lmto bowel FOR FLETCHER'S I ion. StatJi Relathns Service. that thero is no regular rest day Ohio CouiA f Departtieat of Agriculture, ty Drue pn and uot eves a holiday. Life ruaj j SEE US i s44iii are prepared to furnish you most anything you nw desire in the way of Paper and Printea Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Enveopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. t i BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fie., X29 t STOCK. have something to SELL or thing to ADVERTISEtry an "ad" in HARTFORD REPuilCAN. If You Hartford Pjsnting Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t I mi..' iik-ki,,- - h 1 m ul 111- ed ii "' ir ,' e bj-co- 1 h-- yr - "SI;,. . Z Children Cry CASTO R A ''-i- uj x ?- - . ? i 4 17-YE- LOCUST GOING SOME DAY TO DE GONE bo judged, latest addition It Is complete now. Tho WHAT TO DO AFTKIt HKCOVKIl- IN(J KHOM INFLUENZA. Is a clrculnr, "The Locust In 1D19," written by Dixon Merrllt, of tho Offlco of InInfluenza Is n treacherous disease. ar formation, United States Department It ono is fortunntn enough to escape during or Immediately Great Swarms Of Insects In Field And Wood This Year Have yon an Ideal of tlio nbnoluto hopehwsnoM? Wolli lot It Ijo raid that tho houso In which yim llvu is comparatively now Itulll within tho past 17 years. The ground on which It standi was In tho summer originally woodland. of 1002 all the troos thoroahontH were locusts. Eggs wore full of deposited In tho branches, tho larvae came out, dropped lightly to tho ground, and dug In. Tho long period of subterranean oxlstnnco Ii almost ended. In May of this yo.ir the insects will tart toward tho light and air and will coino in contact with tho concrete floor of your cellar There may lie another situation as hopeless, but certainly not more so That clearing up of woodland for tho building of houses and" for cultivation Is the principal agency that ii locust, whose ) making tho real nume N periodical cicada, a vanishing species. l)r. Gideon II, Smith, one of tho earlier scientific observers, allotted rather n melancholy note to creep Into bis Invaluable mnnuscrlpt when he wrote that futuro generations, if they read his writings at nil, would shako their heads and think of In tho same him as a romancer. nolo, also, C. L. Mnrlatt, one of the latest systematic observers, writes in . bis bulletin, "To tlwi lover of nature, there Is bomethlng regrettable in this Blow extermination of an insect which presents, as does tho periodical cicada, so much that Is interesting and In ar 17-ye- of Agriculture. It does not pretend pneumonia to present now facts, but It gives a following tho attack, tho lungs and sufficient history of the cicada and respiratory system nro frequently so tho protective means that can bo tak- Inflamed that tuberculosis dcvclopes. en against. The circular will bo Tho heart Is overworked and needs nvnllnblc to interested persons In the lest. Thercff."" do not 'tturn to 21 Htntes where tho periodicals will mk!; or le.i.e home until you have appear this yoar. regained your strnm'h, vhelhcr It ADMINISTUATOIt'S NOTICE. week or f; month complo r recovery ''.of" not taka placo wi'rir 'wo we"ks, hnvo your family physlclnn carefully examine every vtlnl organ and function of tho body. Follow instructions the doc tor may give you after such an is 'f i anomalous." experts of Thus, tho present-dathe United States Department of Agriculture agree with the early observer that the time will come when there will be no periodical cicadas left. y p Hut Knil N Not Near. That time, however, Is a long way There will be multiplied miloff. lions of them this year and In other years to come. For ninny persons tho cicada will be as new a sight as It was to the first observers when they enme from Europe to tho American forests Modern writing on the subject is done, of course, In tho light of that have been nil the observation made through more than 200 ycare. They lnck the freshness of the writings of men who saw tho cicada before a literature- of the insect had been built up. Those early writings, thorofore, possess an unusual inter- est. . Wo are often asked what wo think of eating horso flesh. Apart from all sentiment we aro frank to say that wo doubt If any ono, knowing tho kind of homes that are destroyed, and from whoso carcasses tho ilesh m would bo sold, would over want to A TKAVHI.INU MHICAHV eat it. Tho prico of healthy horses OK SCHOOL J.1HUAKV Is too high to make their slaughter practicable for food economically No matter In what Southern state The horses that are cheap enough for For Infants and Children you live, you can now got help In slaughter aro only tho poor, worn Years starting a school library, and If your out, mid often diseased nnlmnjs. Thnt In Use error school hasn't started ono. It is high lu many cases these sad creatures 'Always bears "Tho third strango appcaranco," the your school are worked over Into bologna sau- Signature of ho wrltoa of tho disasters of that time to seo your teacher, an comnilttemen and your county super- sage nnd other food products, even yoar, "was swarms of files about movement goInch long and big as tho tip of a intendent and get the where this is done In violation of out of spi- ing. HKU'INti KATIItil!. man's little finger, rising law. Is quite well known by those Virginia, North Carolina, Tennes- familiar with the business. In the ground, which eat Our got holos Ernest recently rushed Into his leaves from tho see, Kentucky, Texas, nnd Alabama Dumb Anlmnls. tho systems of d father's study and asked whether ho m tops of tho trees, without other harm, operate traveling libraries. Collections of OKKKItS .$5 TO THIEVES wouldn't be glad to know that his son and in a month left ub." from 25 to 60 books are put up In WHO I'l'LLKI) NEAT THICK had saved a dolar for him. Another Observer Saw What trunk-Hk- o boxes and sent to Whereupon father expressed his dePohr Kttlm a number of years later strong, Ho groupes of five or ton responsible Pittsburg, March 16, II. Kraus, light at tho ovldenco of Juvenile econwas a moro accurate observer. wrote a report on America for tho farmers, to county schools commit proprietor of a grocery hero, was so omy and inctdently handod Ernest a occacompletely fooled by thieves, that he dime. Then It occurred to the parSwedish Government, lu which ho teemen, to farmers' clubs, and sionally to slnglo individuals. has offered in tho public print to ent to Inquire how tho dollar bad tiald: A postal card nddrossod to the "glvo $5 to the thieves who pulled been saved. "Thero are a kind of locusts which Illchmond, Vn; the "Well, I saved It all right, dad," about every seventeenth yoar como State Library, Library Commission, the clover game on him." Thoy North Carolina Kraus was sitting with a friond lu Ernest replied. "Don't you remember ia incredible numbers. hither Sltalolgh, N. C; tho State Library, his store when ho was called to a that you said you'd glvo mo a dollar come out of tho ground in tho midof May and make, for six wooks Nashvilln, Tenu.;tho Department of public phono some dlstanco away. If I brought home a good report from dle together, fiuch a noise In tho trees Archives and History, Montgomery, Tho call was a fake. He was about my teachor? Well, I didn't." Kontucky Library Commis- to return when his friend camo rushAla.; and woods that two persons who meet sion, the THE KQUIXK IMMKUtAXT Frankfort, Ky.; or the State ing in saying there was a stranger in placo can not understand in such a speak louder Library and Historical Commission, I the store who wished to seo him, on oach other unless they Tho Harness Dealer gives us tho During Austin, Texas, by rosidonts of the re- ("Important business." than the locusts can chirp. following Interesting figures rolatlve the sting spective stntos, will bring full in ,1 illlU I1IU I 1, UlVtl ,UIU UUV Ul IHV that time thoy make, with bark of formation how these libraries may store the cash register was looted to tho history of the horse in Ainorl-ca- : in their tall, holes lu the fcoft by which be seen red. nnd $27 taken. tho little branches on trees, Tho first horses brought Into any Wrlto for particulars nnd get a - moans those branchos are ruined. part of tho territory at present emOF COUKSK. to (ho treej school library and traveling library Thoy do no other hurui Or If you live in a state which hus not "What Is the plural of man, Wil- braced In tho United States wore or other plants." years, then, tho yet mado provision for helping its lie?" asked the toucher of a small landed In Florida by Cabeca de Veca For nearly 300 In 1527, 42 in number all of which rural citizens get library advantages, pupil. wrltton record of tho cicada has been resolvo now to make yoirr state legls-lutur- o perished or' were otherwise killed. "Men," enswored Willie. corrections now piling up. undergoing The next importation was also give tho matter careful atten"And tho plural of child?" and then, receiving new discoveries tion at its very next session. "Twins," was the unexpected reply. brought to Florida by De Soto, in nearly as can from time to time. As In 1609 Nathaniel Moreton, who lived nl Cambridge. Mass.. wrote "Now England's Memorial." In it ho told of "a kind of a pebtllent fever" that had prevailed In 163:5 and "carried off many of tho whites and Indians In and near Plymouth." 'It is to bo obsorvod," he sas. "that the spring before there was a numerous company of Kilos, which were Ike for bigness unto Wasps or thoy camo out of little Dumblo-HeeIn tho ground, and did eat up holes the green things, anil made such u constant jelling noise as niado all tho woods ring of them and ready to deaf the hearers." Tho old gentleman Is to bo excused for believing that tho cicadas "did eat up the green things." The appearance of tho dead and wlthored branches doubtlebs was such as to Justify such a conclusion. Ono T M . supposed to lio 'I nomas Intthowos. son of Gov. Samuel Mat- hows, of Virginia, who observed tho cicadas In 1G7D, fell Into tho samo All persons having claims against tho estntp of Owen Hurt or Maggie E. Hurt, deceased, will present them properly proven to mo on or before June tho 1st., 1919, or they will be forever barred. '. What To Do After The Kpldomlc , D. II. U1IOADS, Admr. Is Over. of your Sfitl Secure the Heaver Dam, Ky. neighbors In petitioning your County Hoard of Health to establish a full- I'UK'K-KIMNFAI.I.ACM.S. time health department In tho county or organize the people and teach A correspondent says that farmers Everyone who prevention. want tho prices of their products to disease has had influenza knows that preven bo fixed not by the law of supply and Is better than cure. demand but on the basis of cost plus tion If you live In n town, In addition a reasonable profit. We will all mayor nnd ngreo Hint It would bo u fine thing to tho nbove, see that the board of aldermen require soda founIf all prices could be fixed and mainto use nothing but Individual tained on the basis of cost plus a tains drinking sups, saucers and sterilized reasonable profit, but how can It be spoons. Also, that moving picture done? Tho answer to that question shows have thorough ventilation. Is not hard It can't bo done. Some A Last Word. folks propose to do it by an organiDo not become unduly alarmed zation of producers which will conduring the epidemic use Judgement trol prices and refuse to sell below and commonsense. cost. Wo might as well recognize lie sure nnd help those who cannot one fact now as later, which Is that help themselves. If precautions aro no organization can control prices. dangerous to care for possible to establish such taken It is not If it were sick. During an Influenza epicontrol for a tltno It would inevitably the the dangerous fellow is not the demic defeat Itself, for prices would then be but the ono who goes set so high Hint production would be nbout coughing, sneezing and spitting stimulated here and abroad until the lu a careless manner. whole scheme wont to smash. And Influenza and la grippe are the qulto a smash It would be. Organisame disease. zations to control prices are not deThere are no vaccines or scrums sirable, but organizations to gel the for influenza. best possible prices arc useful and Do not waste your money on patent there should be more of them. medicines they arc dangerous. This same correspondent repeats Don't give Influenza to others and a very common fallacy when he says do not let others give It to you. that farmers must tako what they aro W. S. Rankin, M. D. Secretary North offered for their products while othCarolina State Hoard of Health. er men can set their own prices and got them. Tho fact Is thnt prices of LAltOIt COXl'DltKXCK TO commodities are not fixed according UK 11KLD IX V. S. to tho Ideas of those who produce or distribute them but by conditions surParis, March IT, The official rounding their production and sale. commiiniquo of the International laIt Is natural to jump to the conof tho bor legislation commission clusion that because a manufacturer Peace Conference, Issued or a merchant names the price he embodying tho decision of the comAxes to suit himself, but ho cannot mission to recommend that tho first do this. If ho could do It ho would, meeting of the international labor and so would all or us, for human conference to bo held at Washingnature is much tho same everywhere; ton lu October, rends as follows: but ho must name his price accordand twenty-secon- d "The twenty-firs- t ing to tho conditions which actually mcetlugs of the commission on fix it. If he names It too high he international labor legislation took does not sell, somebody else gets tho placo under the presidency of Sambusiness. The.se are general princiGompers. The third reading of covering the manufacture and uel ples the Drltish draft convention was sale of meiehandlsp, but there are completed, with tho exception of two exceptions, for Instance In case of articles on which a final decision was some patented articles. Tin influuntil Monday. ences which control prices of other deferred The commission proceeded to disthings than farm products ate not cuss tho arr.ingoments for the first always so clearly visible as those meeting of the international labor nhlch govern open markots, but thoy conference in Octobor and decided to and opeiato Just as effectively o.si Let recommend to the Peaco Conference though perhaps less promptly. it should bo held nt Washington us 'ry to go farther Into nil these that of the United If the Government than tho surface and loam States would consent to conveno It. die truth about them. x slck-ln-bed, mu-'ers CccrrteMUU I rm I R. J. 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Tnnnv mi fit mm. tlAit 9A ttw. ..- Anr.iwniiil . fuinm dors and that ctamty, practical ground crvttat ataim humidor teith tponce jnoiftncr top that kttpm the tobacco in uch perfect condition. JL Aim 'I ! N. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, ' Winston-Sale- C .MACHINE fir.V MOWS DOWN GEK.MAN KEDS duced 1G09 For hoarsnoss. Inflamed lungs or d Irritating coughs, Unllnrd's Hore-llouu- HOUSE MEAT. Syrup is a healing balm. It does Its work quickly and thoroughper ly. Price 2.r,e, .10c and $1.00 bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug m Company. . Horlln, March 14 The courtyard of Moabit prison Is a shambles tonight as a result of the execution by machine guns of 200 Spartaclsts chained in collides and lined up in column formation. The prisoners executed were all male. Some were In civilian garb, but most of them wore military uniforms. They were the first victims of this substitute for the guillotine of the French revolution. Daily repetitions of the scene are promised by the government officials until the .revolution has been eradicated. Tho machine gun to bo used for thewholesale execution was set up in the prison court by two young volunteers, who coolly awaited the formation of the victims ngalnst the wall and the command, "Fire!" at which they began cranking tho deadly machine. under the Men fell Hko nine-pin- s leaden stream, some vainly trying- to dodge, others rolling on tho ground in agony. continued The gunners cranking until there was no movement In the courtyard. They then dismantled and oiled tho parts of tho gun. Tho bodies of tho victims were carted away to a trench grave. Tho morgues of the city are overflowing with corpses of those killed Hundreds of In tho street fighting. dead also laid out In hospitals. In 1608 tho French intro- below zero, 18 per cent each ulcohaJ. the horse into Canada. In and glycerine to 64 per cent water. Weight of Hogs, Gross and Net it the English landed at Jameshaving seven is assumed that the gross weight ot town, In Virginia, or 20 per horses with them. In 1629 Francis hogs diminished Hlgginson Imported horses and other cent of itself, gives the net weight, domestic animals into the colony of and the net weight incroased or 25 per cent of itself equals Bay. In 1625 the Massachusetts Dutch Company imported horses into the gross weight. New York. In 1750 the French of Illinois were in possession of a considerable number of horses. mo Parcel Post llates and ltules 1539. one-fifth, oao-fou- rth - CASTORlA ForOver 30 mail matter embraces all matter, including farm and factory products and books, not embraced in either first, second or third ela&s, which is not greater in size inches In length than Eeventy-tw-o and girth combined, nor In form or Kind likely to Injure the person of any postal employee or damago the mall equipment or other matter and not of a character perishable within a period reasonably required for trans portation and delivery. The limit of weight for parcels for local delivery and for delivery at other post offices within the first and becond zones Is tlfty pounds; for de livery In other than the first and second zones is twenty pounds. The pound (zono) rates of postage for parcels mailed for local delivery at other post offices In various zones are as follows: Each First lb. add.lb. 50 lbs City and Hural Route 30c Vic 5c delivery 54c 5c lc First Zone 54c 5c lc Second Zono Cc 44c 2c Third Zono 83c 7c 4c Fourth Zono Fourth-Clas- s I Life m i M Was a W Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: " From the time I entered into womanhood from one month to Hie next. I sutlered with my y M ... I looked with dread i back and bearing-dow- n pain, unlil We to mc was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, arid I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day( . . . decided lo TAKE m&. now-sprout- stuto-supporte- 8c ?2 01 lie 10c $2.01 12c 12c $2.40 Eighth Zono Example To find tho postage of a pnrcol weighing 18 pounds to the Fourth Zone: First pound 7c, addi tlonal 17 pounds at 4c. equals 68; total equals 75 cents. Sixth Zono Seventh Zono Fifth Zono 8c 9c Cc $1 22 le Woman's Tonic " 1 took lour bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since 1 toolcCardul, and I am still in good health. .. 1 . ANY OLD JOI1. Conviviallst plying the Intriguing streets of Ilostou with a full cargo of liquor on board, observed a legend which ran, "Murdoror Wanted," and taking time by tho forelock, entered tho station house and said to the sergeant: "I'll tako that Job." Cartoons Magazine. - would ad- The old man thinks ho might run but nnd dlvo from tho spring-boarho doesn't tiy It. d, MISCELliANKOUS o TA11LES -- Uarrel Weights Flour, 196 lbs, salt, 280; beef, 200; pork, 200; fish, 200. Solutions for Automobiles and Tractors Good to 5 degrees bolow zero, 15 per cent each of alcohol and glycerine to 70 per Good to 10 decrees per cent water. Antl-Freez- vise any woman or girl to use Caidui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suiter pain caused f torn womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-do6ystem, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-du- l. It helped her. We believe it will help you. o All Druggists ? - j my rMwHKMiii n wtflVOPd jfcuJAijrjws!v im uu'ii 'i"itfLC3 mjasi rar JfifnK3iav wjewrwu a iu I rifOm M i. n ? k The Hartford Republican Improbable that n llmltcil monarchy would best conform to the spirit of the German natloli. STRAY STREAKS (Uy Fluko McFluke.) I never saw as much water In this community In all my life, none of which Is fit to flali in. .: tf fi f i t ) fe. & Albert Rinl says he hopes when county voted on the 20 Hen Taylor comes Into that period of Hancock to life known as "dotage," ho will be as Address all communications cent road tax Saturday, and gave it easy to get along with as he now Is. The Hartford Republican. to one. It a majority of nearly four o Dollar Haters, Is difficult to account for the diffor-encThat big rain Sunday and Sundav Americans often are accused of beNOTICE TO SUHSCRIREHS. In two counties, In results came just In tlmo to save me, ing dollar worshippers, but their adeach other, and possessing night Subscribers desiring tho paper sent p nbou' ministrations ht Washington apporr to a new address must give the old Idcntlcnl Interests. Even precincts di as the wife had got nlhct-uaddress in making tho request. gave me doing sonic gardening, In fact, l to hato the sight of money Judging rectly adjoining Ohio county Business Locals and Notices 10c we had almost reached from the manner with which thov heavy majorities for the tax. We looked like per line, and 5c per lino for additionthe breaking point, see? throw it away and try to get rid of n are glad to sec Hancock falling Into al insertion. It Is due to this riot of'ludlscrimi-uatlo- n Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tho ranks of progressive counties, and Rev. A. I). Litchfield has petitionnnd unexampled spending that of Thanks, Cc per lino, money In stimuhope her good Influence will fishing club for membership, tho American people at tho present free, late our own county to shake the ed our Church Notices for services but after due consultation with the are the most heavily taxed nabut other advertisements, Be per line. moss from its back at tho next road members we figured 'twould be best time tion on the globe. win tax election. Anonymous communications to hold up admission of tho Parson . receive no attention. The TieaMirer of the Fnitd State fellowship, until after July estimates It will cost American tax Wo recently heard tho theory ad- to full payers 1,200 million dollars a year TELEPHONES. vanced that the county farm should first. 12,1 for the next quarter of a century to Cumberland be put under the direct management 0 Hen Taylor Mows as how hnrd up pay off our net war debt, less the Farmers Mutual agent, with auof the county farm thority to direct the kind of crops to A. Rial must have been when he trad- amounts lent to the allies. popcorn and peanut sack This means we must be fixed eveiy MARCH 21 bo planted, the general plan of culti- ed for his IWIDAY as said bags are awful .small from the year for J.r years to raise 765 million vation, rotation of crops and fertilibottom up. to say nothing of being as dollars annual Interest to be paid to x zation. The theory appeals to us as short as the dickens at the top end bondholders. Also for an additional ANNOUNCEMENTS a sound one, and we want to bring it of Hie Fiscal court. For a trifle more, Hen says Rial 117 millions a year to go Into a sink to the attention keeper Is chang- could havr bought a much larger bag lug fund In order to pay oil the prli. We are authorized to announce I. Since the almshouse clp.il. .so much frequency hu will S. Mason a candidate for Representa- ed with 1 watched the cash drawer close In other words to lift thi? d(bt on county, subject to the very naturally cultivate the best tive of Ohio days before the Pic the installment plan and we nov fields, and neglect such care of the tor two or three action of the Republican party at Improve Its fertility. Supper and on that evening securely can lift It In no other way- - we must the primary election August 2, 1919. farm as would placed tho key in my pay ;t(1 billions of dollars to square Under the management of the coun- locked same, Improv pocket and as a result John Ilenrv 7i debt of IS billion dollars. ty acent the farm could be We are authorized to announce ed tha' It Is estimated that our total from 'year to year, and made to .lid not 'pear to be of Muhlenburg county George Baker, for the war Itself will ag In the keep Is, .so's you could tell it, notwlthbo a contributing factor a candidate for tho nomination for of the county's poor. The county tainllng, to my certain knowledge. gregate SO billions, or 10 billions State Senator in the 7th Senatorial could afford to furnish such seed and he told at least S or 0 ladles he was more than the combined resources of district, composed of tho counties of fertilizers as would tend to improve Immensely fond of most all sorts of tho twelve Federal Reserve banks. Muhlenburg, Uutler and Ohio, subbo on hands For a standing nrmy of 175,000 the property. We hope our Fiscal pies, and would surely ject to the action of thu Republican men 11,070.000.000 would hae bei'ii court will give the matter consideraparty at the primary elcctlou, August Its mighty hard on a mcthodlst to appropriated hud Congress been nble tion In its next meeting. I crawl out of bed In the A. M., turn to reach the bill. That ought to gi" It Is apparent now that tho Presi on the light to look at the tlmo and us in army of 175,000 major general only 1 o'clock, de instead of oldiers. The Congress recently adjourned dent's trip to Europe was a collossal when lie finds Its No country In the world evr spen' staggerinr sum of blunder. His presence there. Insist- cides to go back to bed for a while appropriated the $57,000,000,000. which will re.ttaiulyj ing upon an itnpusilnio League of Na- then get om 15 minutes to f, to find so much money on Its military arm Ir t give it a permanent page in history, j tions scheme, hln.lerel iho progress that the dum fellow at the riant h.u time of peate as those approprL-tlolet all the juice leak out and not a for our army and navy. The naval of peace negotiations, with a resulting ir. appropriation alone exceeds the comWhy does the President call upon j growth of Bolshevism in the coun- sign of a light making aparatus bined annual naval budgets of the the whole house, other than Congress for $750,000,000 worth of tries of the central powers. The actthe epithets and blasphemous world's thi"') ijre'itest maritime pow battleships to fight the wars his, ual peace of the world demands an Ac ers preceding tho war. Added to The "o)t--. screeches he lets go at Eci, Lem League of Nations Is not going to let immediate foi.iil being asleep at the dynamo. this, C26 millions' more are approprl speaks reluctantly with Co . for j who always occur? mm ated and turned over to tho shipping reference to tho affairs of nations, isboard and tho Emergency Fleet Cor If we can't boost we won't knock, ' sued a warning a week ago, and now SHORT SK'ltMOX OX RIOT OF MILLIONS poration mid others. and seeing the counties all around us comes Secretary Lansing urging an The new warships will be obsolete building good roads and loose leaf) Immediate peace as tho only sun- Ily Arti.ur Capi-cx- . before there can bo another great tobacco warehouses we'll just keep safeguard against auarchy. FortunU. S. Senator from Kan-.i.- " war. Th-- w 111 be rotting hulks long silent. ately while the President was back In The 65th Congress, just closed, before half our war debt can lie paid forty-fou- r put a senators America Pursuing our policy of throwing iiuletus" on his League dream; this made such lavish appropriations dur- In my humble Judgement wo are In lioquets to the living rather than to news was flashed to Europe, and tho ing and nftor the war that tho job much more danger of going Into na tho dead, wo want to commend the peace conforeace settled lown to of spending the nearly SO billions ap- tional bankruptcy than of going to very good servlco postmaster Shults j actual peace work. Peace i'j now in propriated was too big for the sponil- - war between now and the time this and his efficient deputies are giving sight, but It was delayed by the ers. Consequently about 20 billions dearly bought war junk would have the public. meddling interference will be saved. The ultimate cost of to be sent to tho scrap bap even If President's the war will bo about CO billions. the world falls to achieve a permanwith the work of the conference. The Louisville Herald carried a These tigures aro based on an esti ent peace. lltit of probable nominees of the ReOne of tho first things tho no' mate made in Washington. Tho world .war has torn society publican convention, a few days ago. No truo American begrudged the Congress should do is to establish a moorings, and the All the men mentioned live east of loobe from Its budget for tho government. amplest expenditures for the war 'Ua'r havo been Is Heeds of disorganization Kuntucky Western Loulsiillo. we had pledged our all, if need bo and national budgets mean scientific going to have a voice in that conven- sown in every country of the world. but dumping our resources in a heap people's money, Instead of the "cverj The war has fchuwn the populace the tion. "going it dllnb" Is not to make thing goes" prolligacy of the spoil0 potency of Us power, and the danger and olllcient use of them. Yet, with the system. They reduce expenses. T1k now is that the power may bo abused There is a strong probability that war at an end, no enemy In sight, and cut graft and "pork" to the minimum tho next legislature will pass a gener- in an unfit effort to build a new or- the nations discussing peace and re- Here Is u reform THAT IS f'OMI'l al tax measure that will build metal der upon the ruins of tho old. See- duction of armament, this prodigal SORY. roads between the county seat towns ing such a possibility ahead Homy administration Is urging the approop of the state, and leave the building of Watterson writes: priation of nearly 2 billion dollars CHRAI.VO. "Hut the whirl goes on; the yachts lateral loads to the local pride of thp g a standing army and n sweep proudly out to f,ea; tho auto for counties. program, the big big naval yr. lieu Oraves, of Rockport, d'e-cars dash madly through tho streets; gest naval program In history. .March 10. and was bulled here the Tho Provident says the League of more and darker and deeper do the The symbolic device on the seal of follow lug day. Funeral services were Nations would not destroy tho J.Ion-ro- e contrasts of life show themselves. tho United States Treasury should be conducted by Rev. Allen, of Heaver doctrine, but extend it to the How long shall It be when tho mudThe great pity Is that the Dam. Mr. (Iraves leavos a wlfo and whole world. This seoms to in like sill millions take the upper ten thous- a sieve. millions and billions which now pass seven daughters, besides a host of tho broad charity of tho husband who and by the throat and rend them as through this great vacuum at Wash- friends to mourn his loss. would extend his love for his wlfo tho furiosos 6t the Terror in France ington must .be dug out of the earth ?lr. Vim House, who has been livto tho wives of all the neighbors. did tho aristocrats of tho Ancient by our workers and producers and ing on the Ross il farm, has Regime? The issuo between capital then taken from tho earnings of the moved to what Is knowm ns tho C R Europe is booming tho English and labor, for example, is full of Asiulth,.for tho first presi- generating heat and hnte. Who shall common people and the pockets of Fulkerson farm, near here. dent of the Lenguo of Nations say that these, broken loose In tho tho great consuming class, while at Mrs. Julia and Mary Mirris vt?rc know crowded centers of population, may their source thoy ropresent natural the guests of Mr. Robert Matthews Doesn't the stupid English that our own Premier Wilson has not ouo day engulf us all? Is this wealth which can never bo and family, a few days last week. us. been willing to delay tho peace conMr. Ruy Hockor, of Centertown, pessimism or merely for Income Tuxi'K. ference for weeks in his ambition for tho vagaries of an old man dropping spent Saturday and Sunday with Mi r Ono-iitt- h of every American's In- Karl Carter. .' this position? back into his second childhood, who come will be taken from him this Mrs. C. V. Morris has returned does not sen that the world war Is year for taxes direct anil Indirect. homo after spending a fow days with It is .understandable how England regcncrntii '.innklml and woman and France would like to tie up' the kludt tlui'. wh shall come forth all This- Is a result of tho world's great relatives, at Ilevler. ' United States, in a league of nations, heroes i''l hutvir.es: rud that never est financial drunk 'which has been Miss Mary Ethel Everly Is visiting going on for months at Washington. as a confederate for protection ngaln-'-uovher cousins, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Ful- again?" No orgy of spending In all history korson, of Nclsou. against tho Teutons, but 'the average a h compares with It. of this American citizen fails to see .bow Mr. Klbert Ilrown hns moveil into country's ostimatcd wealth has been a house on his father's farm. such a combination would benefit X. .L HOUSE REJECTS PHOJII RATIFICATION appropriated at a single term of Con(.,, his own couutrjr. Mr. John Campbell Sr Is quite gress. On top of this, with a 7 bil- sick, at this writing, at tho homo Tho Now Republican congress. Is Trenton, N. J., March IS The lion Issue of Victory Loan notes com- of his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Drown. planning the" policy or economy in House of Representatives of tho New ing in April the Treasury meanDr. Taylor, of Hartford, and Dr. public expenditures on a closer scale Jersey Legislation today passed a res- while borrowing money from tho Smith, of Centortown, operated on than evef before practiced by that olution' rejecting ratillcatlon of the banks to moot running expenses Monday, for Kdword JJlackburn, body. The profligate waste of public national prohibition amendment. The with tho war an ovent of the past, head troublo. und ho fs thought to money during tho war, und the re amendment had previously fuilcd of this Congress O. K's. though It did bo doing very well at this writing. sulting alarming Indebtedness, mak6s action In tho Senate. not reach and pass, uu appropriation -such a course imporativo if tho counTho Houso resolution was carried of 720 million dollars for the navy, DAY AND A try is to bo saved from bankruptcy. by u viva voce vote and there was no the greatest navnl appropriation bit! KIVK-IIAWKKK L'IKJKD debate The introducer of the Sen- - in tho history of tho world; provides now aro that tho 'ate resolution caused it to be laid for upending 1,070 million dollars or. Indications Just Indianapolis, Ind., March lg experience of the German people with iiver Indeflnately two weeks ugo tho icgular army; and then, like u for u Republic will bo briof and unsatis- wliun It was seen that there were not drunkoit sailor strewing the streets Recommendations a wook, an Infactory. The temper, taste mid onqugh votos to pass ft. Chances with his pay, throws away nearly 100 work day, a five-da- y training of u people must finally present millions in small change on publlc-bulldln- g crease In wages of minors of tho for ratillcatlon as far as tho 'pork.' country wero mado today by Frauk and the form of government thoy legislature Is concerned are consider-wmay find most effective, and It Is uot appropriation for the federal Em J. Hayes, president of the United An killed. ad-v&. 2-I j ray-fro-ii j j record-breakin.Mo-toer Ono-tentSIX-HOU- R Y six-ho- ur lu X rlver-and-harb- "Prohibition Is won" shouts Hilly HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY llnlly Runilnv. "Now for tobacco." Incorporated. We are with him. We W. S. TINSLKY, for Hilly. SMITH, C. E. s. hnvc always had u dread of iiyms. President Let us make . ml Hilly offers hope. long pull, a strong pull nnd all pull Kdltor ,.i JOHN HBNUV THOMAS together to banish wicKcuness irum W. 8. TINSIiKY, Associate, Editor dm earth, by constitutional amend nnd Uuslncss Mnnagcr. tho good Lord, ment, and then wnntlng an excuse to inflict the p Entered according to law at the of death, will leave us alono in Portofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mail e paradise. our matter of tho second clas3. Sec.-Trcalaw-mad- Published Weekly by Who would havo ever thought about It taking four or five gallons y of maple syrup to buy ono gallon of corn juice? ployment Service, which might havo been tho means of saving us from something worso than a war In Bolshevism In America, for Instance was ruled out of order! Tho drunken sailor even then, hns (ho best of It over the spendthrift administration, for it is his own money he Is throwing away, not millions and billions for which he Is trustee, and his largeness of view, recklessness of consequon09 nnd princely contempt for money or Its uses Is born of mi nlchohol crazed brain. Hut no drunken sailor, however prodigal, has evor flung money broadcast with the reckless abandon with which billions have been nnd still are being spent by tho present trusters of the nation. Eu-rpoe SPRING FASHIONS Interpreted in a Charmingly Original Manner at CARSON & C.O.'S HE new assortment of Coats and Suits, Hats, Skirts, Blouses, Wraps, Footwear and accessories just arrived, puts a vest and keen interest into the selection of the spring wardrobe which may be planned tomorrow, if you wish. Even though you think it yet early for the formulating of definite ideas as to your likes and dislikes in things for the new season, ' the news of the arrival, in generous assortments, of new fashions at Carson's should prove a spur to action. . T 11 Coaisuits $15.00 to $32.00 Coats $8.00 to $25.00 Visit Us For Your Spring Needs Carson (81 Co. ! Hartford, Ky. FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Factory has not yet reached normal production. It will take some time, after being entirely given over to war work. We are getting a few cars right along, and suggest that you leave your order with us as soon as possible and we will deliver as soon as possible. Runabout, .$500 ; Touring Car, S525; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775; One Ton Truck .Chassis, $550. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Don't forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Parts, Ford skill and Ford prices. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. I 1 to Mine Workers of America, In his address at the opening session of tho lollcy committee of the organisation He also recoinmondcd hero that miners havo the right to organize and to bargain collectlvoly with the Government In making wage scules in euso of nationalization of mines. Diverging from bis prepared for. mal recommendations and remarks, President Hnyes said to the conference: "It Is unfortunate that tho press nnd the public buve some times misunderstood tho attjtude of tho minors and tho lubor movement in regard to to-da- important mutters. What wo recom- mend and what wo hopo to attain is iiit Uolshoviks." Mr. Hayes said ho recommended s a weok day und the as a remedial proposition to solve tho peculiar existing situation in the minHe call- ing industry o tho country. six-hofive-day- ed attention to ini"- n!'' indor . 1.1 of tho present syfteiu .. d . the Industry. In support of his recommendation for a substantial Increnso on all tonnage, day work, yardage and dead work prices,' Mr Hayes cited the cost of living, and what ho suld was lack of opportunity for miners to make an average wage because of Idleness at the mines. Rocommondlng the nationalization of the mines, Mr. Hayes said: "I fool wo should uso all tho economic and political powor of our groat' organl-zatlouattain this end. Tho na. tloiiullzutioii of mines will substitute for competition und Insure in a practical way the stability of tho great basic Industry in which V wo aro engaged. Under tho nationalization of mines wo find a practical way to realize tho reforms bo necessary to tho wcllbelng of thd S, mine worker." - 4 i2tfi8MlafcSiStttttt Oi'wKW''1 --- - Tho Fiscal cotirt will meet In regu- lar session Tuesday, April 1. Wll-Han- , Mrs. Will Wnllaco and on, of Fordsvlllo, nro visiting relatives, In Tennessee. tr Thomas llrown, of Center-towseriously 111 of pneumonia 1 and complications. Hor children Mrs. Lon Itogcrs, of Plkovlllo, Mrs. Hnrry King, of Texas and son, Luther, of Wyoming, aro at her bed- side. n, Mrs. Is 444 . f jA Dollar in The Bank ! f V ?y kV' V ;v Nr at our of 'AA IVX ft Stolen on Sunday, February 3, nn automobllo lap robe, red and black, about S feet square. Any one Alva Ulacklock and his wife, near hnving knowledge of snmo please noNarrows, aro both very 111 of pneu tify CARL SANDEFUU, monta, following tin attack of Ipflu enza. Beaver Dam, Ky. Hough Illver Lodge, No. 110, K. of Judge Cook went to Hanock, in Butler county, Tuesday, to see his P., will conveno in special session. father, who Is very ill. Tho elder Wednesday ovenlng, March 2C, nt which time installment of officers Cook Is SO years old. will take place, as well as other of Importance All Knplhts are Mr. Henry Hcnshnw hns received advice that his son, .Alack, who re- urged to be present cently relumed from France, is sick bum-iiojs Mrs. P. O. McKlnncy, of Center-towwas tho guest of Mrs. It. II Gillespie, tho first of the week. Is Worth Two in the Hand 4 It piles up in the Bank be- MILLINERY OPENING We extend to the ladies of Ohio county a special invitation to he present FT Saturday, March 22 Spring Opening' v Millinery. Will have on display our entire line of Silks; Wash Fabrics in all the new spring weaves. Also our comGarments. plete line of Ready-to-WeVisit us and get a glimpse of the new spring merchandise. Anticipating your presence, and thanking you ar in advance for same, your friends, JBteM&J&Gbi The Hartford Republican lmm.w .MAIU'll '21 I " '. w ii.rr! is visiting win- tlves In Hopkins county. Mr. Willie Potty, of IJarretts Ferry, was In town, Wednesday. E.- - K. 11. T1MK TAUIJfl. H. Mr. Amos Carson went to LouisSouth Bound, No. 115 -- .8:06 a. in. ville tlio first of the week. Due at Hartford Worth Hound. No. 114 Mrs. It. 11. Martin is visiting her 6.46 p. m. Doe t Hartford... . . ... parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. F. Fleonor, Tratui.) (Both "Mixed" near Cromwell. Mrs. Timor Wosterfield. of Bedn. : lersonal 5 Nbys uUBULO. is the guest of hor sister, Mrs. W. II UUlospie, this week. r r 3flQ oOClul ..Z 44444444X4444 has tho American low prices. As Van Crabtroo ami family, who have been In Illinois for tho past two years, rolurne,l to Hartford. jI(8S (jortruile Schlemmor returned Tuosdny from n weeks visit with Miss Geneva Goff, of Central Grove. U. S .CAIISON fonse. Seed Potatoes at W. K. ELLIS ' Floys Smith qualified In county court as guardian of his ilauditor. Master Loyd Eldy Ward, who has Mrs. Ina Crowe. Mrs. Crowo' hus spent the winter with his grandmoth- band was killed in France, in Septemer, Mrs. J. A. Bennett, has returned ber. Mrs. Crowo being below legal age, required a guardian to collect to his home, at Nocrcek. the Insurance her husband carried on President Wilson recently appoint- his life. ed Mr. John W. Taylor postmaster at Mr. Taylor Is a son of Stone, Ky The recent season Is resulting in Dr. J. W. Taj lor, of Hartford. tho moving of a great deal of tobacco to market. Much of it Is going to Oroceryman, Clevc Her, and cash- Owensboro, and not a little ot the ier of tho Bank of Hartford, product Is being delivered to the Owen Hunter, made a business trip houses here. TIco Burns Is now to Chicago, the first of the week. hanging a part of his purchase, for the purpose of it. Superintendent Howard has received the Una) Installment of money for We suggest a public street work payment of tho teachers, and they ing, on tho pike, east of the railwill all bo paid In full next week. road. The ditch from Tom Likens' residence to the foot of the hill has Misses Hula King and Winnie almost entirely filled up, and recent Dean Mosley have gone to Bowling rains have lfooded tho street, the Green, where they will attend tho surface of which is being rapidly Bowling Green Business University washed away. Some steps shorld le taken to stop tho ruinous washing of Only one marriage license was is- this street. sued by the County Clerk since Friday. John Robert Hichardson and A report whs circulated here yesEarly May Bnrtlett were the happy terday morning that William Lake pair. had received official notice thnt his sou, Corbet, had died as a result ot a If you like the Republican tell wound received In battle some your neighbor so, and ask him to months ago. Later in the day Mr. subscribe for it. By doing so you Lake came into the Republican office will favor us and do your neighbor a and exhibited to us a letter, just reservice also. ceived, which conveyed tho informa- -' tion that the war departmcnt.had lost Mr. Itay Cook, fon of Judge .Mack traco ot his son, but was in possession Cook, has been appointed a deputy, of no evidence ot his death. by sheriff S. A .Bratcber. .Mr. Cook was recently discharged from the Old Union Neighborhood, near Semlll'aiy service, at Camp Taylor. lect, has a group of old people, perhaps not equalled by any other com. Cnl P. Keown, who has been munity in tho county. The old folks In a Louisville Hospital for somo are: Joo Baizo, !)8 years; Salllu Rogllmo, came homo Monday, somewhat ers, SS and Ameria Bulze, 100. Mrs. Improved. She will -- return to the Bafze is a sister to Capt. Ben Durnll, hospital within about two weeks. deceased; who was tho first Republican sheriff to be elected in Ohio Hartford Lodge. No. GT.'i. F & A county. Capt. Duvall was an officer M.. will bold a special session this in the Union army, and was elected t.vening for the purpose of centering sheriff Just after the close of the war tho first and third degrees. All members are requested to bo present Marshal Burton, of Fordsvlllo, brought Stant Stono to Hart lord. fiThe local exemption board has Wednesday, for a lunacy trial. Stono nally finished its wr.rk and adjourn canio to Fordsvlllo Tuesday night, ed. The expensive conduct ot tin1. from Owensboro, with sixteen tliort board Is an object lesslon of govern- pints of whisky In a suU case, aul ment extra vigance In transacting bus-- 1 cas taken in charge by th? Mnrsliil ' lni'ss. low ever, Stone was brought lor ue lunacy limuest, rather than to Tho predicted coming of the seven a charge of bootlegging. He locusts is at tnswor teen nnd thlrtcen-yea- r .:.- - been In thJ isyluin mi a former hnud. The 'advanco agent of the j'.'.sion. Juil, o Cool Ih'I'.j: oui of locust army was unearthed by Joseph U ti, Stono w is detained in die Ja;i Carson, while planting some fruit t'l ii! the Judj" j re' irn M-s! 1 In n New York hospital. fore you know it. A dol lar in the Bank is doubly valuable. It adds to your Self-respe- ct t and helps your credit. BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. I - !SSV9 ;vvvvvvvv Poultry Wanted I We have a poultry car at Cen tral City all the time, and pay car .8 g ' prices in cash at Hartford, every 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-Adam- s License No. Company Hartford, Kentucky. f . - W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Managers, W$$$&S$ &$$$S5K Representatives. The action was taken, conference leaders announced, as a result of Senator Reed's nddress to tho Legislature yesterday, In which he attacked the proposed League of Nations. tTO.T.'MS 1891 to 1919 There Musi Be a trees, Friday. Sco llltO. Deed and mortgage blanks for sale at this ofllce. Itov A. D. Litchfield will preach at Goshen, Sunday. Mr. Wat Stevens, of Dundee, was among our'callors, Wednesday. Lettie Marks Is spending th'J week with friends, In Owensboro. Mi?s Mrs. Isaac Foster spent Mondar with hor mothor, at Centcrtown. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ford aro tho parents of a baby boy, born Saturday. Mrs. Daisy Mosloy and Miss Sadie Hudson spent Wednesday in Owensboro. Tho federal order requiring n license for buying explosives, has beeu revoked. Mr. II. P. Taylor days ago. roll meeting. attended the CarI" Louisville, a few , Mr. S. B. Hunter and family, of Equality, are visiting relatives, ut IAvermoro. Mrs. Salllo Fant, of Fordsvlllo, Is vlhitlng her eon, Mr. Waltor Fant, In Lcltchfleld. Mrs. Mary Embry returned to hor homo, at Cromwell, Tuesday nftor a visit with her brothor, Mr. It. I. ItKST BOOM COMMITTEES Butler county voted the road tax Miss l.ula Glbhs, of Clnelnnntl, will Saturday. Wo are glad to see the Organization for tho founding or h'lt'n ilmri.o itf tint Alllllnnrv flitniirf- - counties all around moving with opening of Hartford's much need.... .u ..u.r progress. It is infectious nnd will ed Rest Room has been completed ment for Fair & Co., this season finally stlmulato Ohio county to by the creation of nn Executlvo Com Vm f! R. mlth. Mrs. A. R. Porter greater enterprise. mittce, nnd committees for procuring . and Miss Myrtle Lashbrook were In funds, publicity &c. The Executive Complaint comes from tho coal Committee Is composed of Mrs. S. O Owensboro, Wednesday, shopping. miners that work is slack. Owing Koown, Mrs. W. S. Tinsley, Mrs. J. II. Mr. Cicero Crowder, ofllco deputy to tho rush to store coal early In the II. Carson and Mrs J. S. Glenn. A in SherliT Hratehor's office, will move fall, and tho light winter, tho opera mooting of all the Committees bus to his home, near Select, next week. tors aro having trouble getting or been called for 2:30 o'clock, P. M. ders to keep their mines running. Monday, March 24th.. at tho Red Mr. I. S. Mason, candidate for tho Every individual Cross Booms. Earl Shrove, whoso home Is with member of all committees is urged Kopubllcan nomination for representative, was in town Saturday night. his uncle, Esqulro Leslie Combs, has to attend this meeting. beeu discharged from tho navy, and SLIP Mrs. M.4T. Maddox has roturnod to Is at home. Ho showed us a hand GERMA.V OFFICE-UINTO SOUTH AMERICA her home, at Equality, after a visit grenade, tho first wo huvo seen. It with her .'daughter hore, Mrs. J. C. Is a murderous looking Instrument. n Buenos Aires, March IS. La Hill. A danco was given, at tho rink, announces that between a dozen Twenty head of young stock cattle last night. Quito a number of Hart and fifteen Gorman officers arrived ' ford's young folks and several horo from Amsterdam on board tho for sale. couples from Beaver Dam spent a steamer Frisia under assumed names C. B. OAUDEN, pleasant ovenlng. Tho music was Their passports, vised by tho Sdvict Hartford, Ky. 3814 furnished by a party from Owensboro, government in Germany, wero issued by tho Argentine consul general in Mr. David Wilson, of Prentiss, is Many soldiers, under tho impros-islo- n Humburg on December 5 ot last year. vfsltliu; his Uncle, Mr. Joo Wilson. thclr'uniforms must be returned Among tho .officers was a former .subMr. Wilson recently returned from to tho War Dopartment, aro sending marine captain, named Soldol. France. them In. Just boforo adjournment An Argentine student, returning Harold Holbrook and Beatty Han- coimr'ss phased an act making the from Hamburg on tho Dutch liner, cock loft Saturday. In nn automobile, uniform and personal equipment of also hat! his passport vised by tho for Toxas, whore thoy. will engage In tho soldier hi3 porsonul property, aul Soldiers and Workmon's Council. should be retained as such by l':c business in tho oil fields. MISSOURI .SENATOR discharged soldier. ASKED TO KKSIUN Attorney C. E. Commonwealth's Wo now have tho one and two row Smith went to Culhouu, Monday to Jefferson City. Mo., March 19. olllclato at tho March term of the Mc- Hooslor corn drills. Osborne DUc Harrows with trucks and tandem at- James A. Reed, United States sona-to- r Lean county circuit court. from Missouri, was called upon to Cultivators One horse tachments. up from with 5 nnd 14 teoth. Fifty and sixty resign his seat In tho senato In resoMr. Rowan Holbrook camo I lutions adopted horo today by a conOwensboro to have charge of tho tooth section Hurrows. ference of fifty of tho sixty-seve- n OwWo Invito your Inspection. Bank of Hartford, while Cashier t. Democratic members of the House of W. E.'ELMS & BltO. en Hunter, is away, lu Chicago. Ha-zo- V. S. TROOPS HAVE SAILED FOR HOME Washington, March 18 Figures made public by tho War Dopartment today showed that 470.73C officers and men of the American expeditionary forces had sailed for home up to March 14. That numbor repre sented 24 per cent ot tho strength of General Pershing's forces on November 11 and left 1,478,580 in France. Of tho total roturnod homo or on the way 17C.G1C wcro casuals, including sick and wounded. Out of 687,074 infantry in Franco in Novem ber, only 89,494 had been returned, while tho field artillery figures show ed 73,058 sent homo out of 213, S46 Y. U. O. REASON For a steady increase in. Business and we believe that honest 'goods at honest .values accounts for this large increase. A. CONVENTION AND KOIJIIKIl UANQUET Y. M. C. A. Con-ventl- We have a ifull which convenes hero April, 1st and 2nd, and arrangements! for les, Ranges, Hardware ,'antl Banquet tho Iteturned Soldier-Sailon tho evening of the 1st have been Harness displayed on our completed. Invitations aro being sent to all returned Soldiers and sample 'floor and we should Sailors, In so far as addresses can bo procured, and It la tho request of (be delighted to have you those In ctinrge of Invitations, that any party falling to recotvo Invita- look them over beforefyou tion within tho next day or two, kindThe first car of .Bugly write Miss Ellzaboth Mooro, Hart- buy. ford, Ky., signifying tholr intention ot being present, though no formal gies for this season has just Invitation was rocclved. Do not fail A square deal to notify Miss Moore of your ex- arrived. pected presence and be sure to wear or Program for tho line of Implements, Vehic- Horblno cures constipation and reestablishes regular bowel movements. Sold by Ohio CounPrice 60 cents. ui ty Drug Co. t your uniforn. awaits you at our store. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky; Cumberland Phone. i n iinn V' Y. -- j" itfclL wssmatwrwi M'wifa3Tnrjh.jmjTwr- inMR rsi tm?iFr7irtMnw imi.l 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. Con- - l I t $ 4 1 I' Judge It. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Coopcrnll.m Important Fnrtor In C. E. Smith, Hurt-- 1 Coiu'th. Attorney trol Of Allium! lleiiM, ford. Prevention and crnillcntlon of Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. diseases of domestic animals, as well Otto C. Mar MttMcr Commissioner as of tho human rnco, should be mattin, Hartford. ters of public Interest.1 ty'11"Jj,l f' I Keown, u On tho wholt'somenessof food, and Trustee Jury l'u.ul-- Cal .. ut toKcthcr. nnd lor years It was up- - ' of moats and dairy proespecially JIUJUUtUt ..,1 in I.a Intitt-nltlntitlnn nrrflthf( day- eliremedlM; nml by wn.tmiytaihw 1st Monday in March- -il ducts, depend In larpe measure the to cure with local treatmrnt. pronounced ,th nnd Civil health and vitality of everyone. &2 With the improvement of anlmal-hrccdin- e i, Monday In May- -is day.-C- lvll. mm Ires ronstltu- .utinna nnd therefor methods, with Increased val-u- o 1st Moudny in July 12 days ' of live stock and larRer Individual bv Coiu'th. nnd Civil. Ohio, Is a ronttitutlonnl Co., Toledo, At every farm home there should licrds, diseases hcconio more Im12 days 3d Monday in September remedy. Is taken Internnlly nnd mis portant problems than formerly in bo a strong ladder and one that will Civil. tlltu (ll. Uood on Uic jiurmj., surfnecs production. k of the System. Ono Hundred Hollars rereach to any roof on the premises. irosi. 1? dnys ward Is offered for nny cue thnt Halls Hh Monday In November Tuberculosis of cattle and swine, Many fires start in shingle roofs and falls to rure. Send for Coiu'th. nnd Civil. Catarrh Modl-ln- o chimneys, Tcxas-fcvc- r tick In attics from sparks from circulars nnd testimonials. rrimliiK Old Tree. Iior cholera, and the K. J. CltEN'KV ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. COUNTY COUltT. nre among tho principal sources of hence it is very desirable to have When an apple tree has reached Fold by DniCRlats, 7."c. Inonco to a height of IS or 20 feet it is time to ready a means ot access at Hall's Family rills for constlpntlon. loss which the Hurcau of Animal Meets first Monday In each month. dustry of the United States Depart- the blaze with a bucket of wator or a begin heading back. This height is Judge Mack Cook. Tho ladder is about the limit up to which good TOT.M DHATII TOMi ment of Agriculture is endeavoring to fire extinguisher. County Att'r. A. D. Kirk. (Jltl-JAWOIH.H UAH IX reduce through vigorous campaigns sometimes needed, too, in rescuing spraying can be done, and picking Clerk W. C. Hlnnkenshlp. persons who have been trapped In the becomes more hazardous in trees nl- of education and regulation. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. with The principal diseases can be pre 'upper stories of a doomed building. lowed to exceed it. It is better to I Russia's Loss was Greatest BuKrliitendent K. S. Howard. by practical Keep the ladder at home and in a limit the height of the tree hnn to; Total of 1.700,000; Germany paid vented or controlled Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Toll, nnd methods now in uso and which have ipinco where It may be quickly secured let it grow higher for a few years Second heaviest Human Tav Commlsslonei- D. E. Ward. jby any member of the family who nnd then cut it back. The cutting America with the smallest number of resulted in marked progress. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. - happens to discover a fire In any of back should be made on wood three!"" lost "0.000. The rate of progress, however, de E. P. Itodgcrs. Coroner March 1, llattlo pends largely on the support of the the buildings. or four years old and Just above, .1 Washington, .,. .1. .! tUn uir nlilitlll' fill fin f growers, public k FISCAL COUIIT. work by strong lateral branches which canllll"!,u,"",h "" " leaders, me officials, educational Sometimes you meet an automo supply sufficient leaf surface and tlelpants, so inr as avai.amo ouiinun MeetB Tuesday after flnt Monday "how. were given on March 1, by nmcu nnd nil others Interested in the who needs a new inner hearing wood. This rep-an- d in January, April and October. public tu))(, Jn hig nea,t cn. March as 7,331.000. welfare, Nation's economic If old trees have been neglected Ed Shown, Hartford, only men killed In action or 1st District health, and an ample supply ot allowed to grow with little or resents Itoute 3. wholesome meats and dairy products. no pruning for a number of years 'died of wounds. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, BearHutching Chicks "Willi Hens. in tne nsi prepared ny me urn-erThe public's cooperation will, tne heading back can best be done by er Dam. If we imitate Nature in building staff, Kussla led with a total of Bureau of Animal Industry will ll(J degrees, pruning back part of the Q. H. Drown, Simmon. " 1.700.000; Germany was seconl with In! District strengthen its efforts In eradicating i ono 'ear nni1 completing the wm e i'"'1 '""'rlct O. W. Howe, ; and the United States 1. COO, 000 diseases and improving the ." , . rest of the work the next. ... u... l ..,.. ..,.., !..! vlnl.l nf nn. """ inv: niun.v;. . last with 50,000. ii... j.w... w IIU.II1IJ illlU uunuimv-.t- . ' W. C. Daughcrty.DaUe-towhidden on the ground or In the hay. Approximate figures for other na- fith District mal food products. Prune Grape. Vines. The nest Is shallow and the eggs tions were: France 1.3S.r.,200; EngWith the approach of spring it is do not roll on top of each other or land 70G.700; Italy 4CO.OO0; Turkey (lib District W. S. Dcnn, Dundee. Give Cows Palatable l'eed. hen very important that all grapevines js.'O.OOO; Ilelgium 102,000; itumanla 7lh District D. K. Hlco, Fordsvllle. out of tho nest. The mother ralatahillty Is of great Importance simply steps on the nest and .does and other small fruits bo pruned. n. C. Hhoadee, Hart100,000; Serbia and Montenegro, Hth District feeding. Tho best rc-- i In successful not jump down upon the eggs as Is sprayed and given proper attention Austra-Hungar- y ford, Route S. S00.000; suits can not bo obtained w th an ,cd t()' Grapes especially need attention at UU'UUJ; when ghQ )s c 000 and the United IIAUTKOni). feed which is not well relished by tho J'lT-JJJ-" If the vines have not been b()X whoro this time. (,own Jnt0 a le Mayor J. E. Bean. cow; consequently any unpalatable tho hatching eggs are close to the pruned, do not delay but prune them feed to be used should be mixed with bottom. Clerk J. A. Howard. at onco. If the pruning Is put off AMKIHCAX GOT HOOSTKK. those that are appetizing. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. The ration of the hen during tho too long the vines will bleed and lose . Marshal E. P. CaBCblcr. An,pricin spied a is Important. their vitality. There are two or thre'e private period of incubation . There are many advantages m be r,enty of hard corn helps tho hen methods of pruning grapevines, but a farm tiriiwllnir around HOCKPOUT. gained when the stock raisers of one to keeJ) warm and th,s the main essential is to prune back hmlM , N() Mn.s ,amI jlit aftcr ,hc Ch'rn'n. Hoard James Wilson. ,, ration. U I)ays the lateral branches that were form-- , raise the same breed. Bet- ;rv He- - Clerk Hushing Hunt. i,.,,i p..,,l1r..d th b lk f , cv,.ry;ed last year, leaving about three or ,,, ,, h tcr prices may be fcecured from the , . , ,111Ilirr.. ff tn . havlni: an anuetltc Police Judge John T. Jack&oo. , , sale of a uniform product and suita-- i , h chance to dust1"""- ""'Is; als. if tlle number ot fop rn,K, ,:ill(.k,.n. this American nri- Marshal- - Will Laugford. blt breeding stock can be. secured am, excrclse We manage most of these branches is too great. they'..tP ,Ioci(IC( t0 crawi up on the , thinned out and only the homo. near jour sitting hens by placing them in,1'""1'! roos.r an,i tra,, him in the building colony houses, each hen on her eggs stronger ones left. jne American was about to lay his Much food is thrown away be- - i a senarato brood coop. Each day! Th ir"il is borne on the new , lan,S ., ti ie astonished rooster when Get the , cause so many people do not kniv thu hens are removed by raising tlio wood formed during the early spring-'.(;urnlan entered the rear door of not n,is 0f the coops. They have access 'time", and tho old wood .simply serves ;u, hullding. bent on the same misor will how to utilize !l '"s1 for the Production of this sf()1 , wori, so surprisoa that take tho trouble to keep and pre- - t(l grit, charcoal, green food, bran, Usually-eacpare them. Left over cerals can be nmj hen will re- -' ew wood, if tho vines are left ,,1(,y st0()(, for a moment and glared reheated or combined with fruits, lur to her own nest, but about 20 without pruning, a great number f at ach other, then tho American mo- Ho wo 'w branches will be formed. meats. or vegetables into appetizing ntinutcs after removing them Every Coke tinned for the German to do a right ,, the pr,.y h,,v wero aftcr a)(, side dbhes. Even a spoonful of ceral ,.u .lri)Unii a,ui see that the hen vines will lie too thick, and the trim it is a good plan both clewed in on him. The rooster " Inferior, is worth saving to thicken soup, gra- - aro i,ack on their eggs. Then the vy or sauce. brood coops are closed for another to spray the grapevines with a com was captured by the American, who day. In this way the nests are kept mercial lime sulphur solution, at the!,a(er rt!turnc,i to thl. American lines rate of one part to nine parts of with both rooster and German in tow. Variety Hut Ions. clean and the hens keep healthy. Chicks like water, this spray to be applied be-, r-- Later, at the regimental P the Chicks like eggs, jonnyenke, pinfore the buds start. Later, after the German roasted tho chicken for his oatmeal, rolled oats, stale bread head To Keep llojis Healthy. .set, make two sprayings captor, who shared It with him. and milk mashes. As tho young, Xo ono should attempt to raise; fruit has with Hordeaux mixture consisting of get older and stronger tne num-- ; ,ogs unless he is willing to fowls copper sulphate, 1 lbs.. COSTS TO HE PAID. mi l pound of lmr nf me.'ils mav ho decreased and ti...... ,..,,.,! r.i.wi ,,. ni i.,wi vir stone Unto, and 12 gallons of frosh "Aren't you glad to see these food i, varv wv ,"-'- ", ih -...nniMit. of food for each meal . 1,, lw.. shippers Investigated?" I"""1 """" " " "" .....ii.i Cracked corn, from disease. Worms, hog cholera, may he increased. gallons of dissolved in about "I dunno." answered tho ultimate' cracked peas, broken rice nnd char- - t(.0 all,j cunker ore mouth kill large be "It ulwnyw worries me a may be add- - numbers of hogs throughout tho 'water, and at the same time the lime consumer. coal, millet or rape seed should be slncked in a little water, little to see anything done that adds j cd to thu chicken menu. pigs. South, especially little 'then diluted to 0 gallons, nnd the two to tho expenses of conducting their To prevent worms, keep the followVfS 7? uL SL"TJ 'solutions poured together and used businoss." pigs ing charcoal mixture before the She Is Halt' Of lll'eil. j This spray will go a Immediately. & The sire is really half of tho herd all the time: long way toward preventing rot and COMMON NAMES OK CHEMICALS.' A Safe, ft " Charcoal, 1 bushel. when both sire and dam are pure mildew of tho grapes. Hardwood ashes, 1 bushel. bred. Hut where a pure bred sire Remedy for Worms A very simple method of protecting Common salt. . . . Chloride ot Sodium Salt, two pounds. is used on a scrub herd, ho becomes Epsom Salts. .Sulphate ot Magnesia grapes from rot is to place a J ram lime, S pounds. more than half tho herd because all nu li It thr Ut trrUlinofilM Oxide of Calcium 'bag over each bunch, tying thu bag Lime 'UKY' KUMIfrTOI.fati offer 4 pounds. come Sulphur, blood line improvement must Oxide ot Sodium )u. iV.ttfr alnny on tuiuU around tho stem ot tho bunch by Soda Krppa Pulverized copperas, 2 pounds. through him. It Mill help Acetic Acid (diluted thu little one moans of a short piece of string. Tho Vinegar twpjrjiiul luMlthjr. sulFirst mix tho lime, salt and iV. a liottln at jour ilruc-kbunches of grapes will develope ii Hlue Vitriol. .. .Sulphate ot Cupper: IN or irciierul More t or If phur thoroughly, and then mix in the Picparc That Hot UimI. Chlorldo of Mercury! paper bags and will be pro- Calomel our dealer can't upplj ymi ' Dissolve the thoso eml IiIm name ami V. In tami Now is the time to prepare your charcoal and ashes. tected from decay, bees and other a Urttlu nil iie'll end jt-I'MMilj II) hotbed, putting in the mnuure, al- copperas In two quarts of hot water insects. ' a it over the whole mass, lowing it to heat anil cool down for E. & S. FREY few days boforo planting any seeds. mixing thoroughly. Store this In a DALTIMORE MD. Tou can sow tho seed of tho cauli- barrol under shelter,' and keep some Spraying Treatments For IiimtIs. sprayApplos Usually need four flower, early celery, early cabbage, of it in an open shallow box, where ings, as follows: nnd early tomato plants In the hot- tho hogs can get it as they wish. Late winter before the buds . 1. United States Department of Agribed by the first of March. fISAai."::i:i::i:iii:ii::!:i:ii:i::t5Bnn open. Use commercial culture. 1 gal. to S gals, water or mak wash, Hports 01 Iteflued Siiiir. wash, 1 gal. your own Grow In;; Early Vegetables. Tho total uxports of refined .sugar m m to S gals, wator (see Directions 1) or (W. II. Little.) from tho United States in recent Is your oppottunity to Insure Here wash, years have been as follows: For many years 1 have been inter- mako your own veoinst rmbarramng errors In nutlllni. Tons of ested in gardening and the experience (see Directions 2.) pronunciation ami poor chincp of wonls. Know (lie meaning of purtling Use 2. Just utter blossoms, fall. 2,240 lbs. 1 have had and tho knowledge 1 havo war trrmi. Inrrrate your cflicirncy, lVj gal., to 35,124 gained following ono crop with an- commercial which icsulti In Kjwcr unil success. 1912 23,112 other, 1 am confident will bo worth 50 gals, wator and add 3 pounds ar1013 WEBSTER'S 174,289 many dollars to others as It has been senate of lead. (Directions 1.) 1914 il 3. 3 or 4 weoks later. Uso 430, 1CS to mo. 1 will now tell how I made 1915 HEW INTERNATIONAL llordeau.x. (Directions 4) 703,862 four jcrops on eight rows, 112 feet 1916 4. Ten weoks later. Samo as last DICTIONARY U tin 4r.l,221 long across my garden, in 1918. On 1917 Uwher, n universal question 150,550 March tho first J fertilized tho land spruying. and Sickheadaches are 1918 answerer, inadu to muct your Pears Usually two sprayings aro well with fertilizer from the cow lot. need. It U in tinily uso by often caused by ConstipaThen 1 plowed the land well, making enough. The Grain Drill Pays. hundreds of thousands of suc- ccfelul lucu unci ncuiwi the nurlJuvir. 1. Late winter boforo buds open. laid off the rows A three year trial In drilling com- a good seed-betion. 400,000 Words. 2700 I'llftes. 6000 . warh 1 oats at the two and one-hafeet; then put out Use commercial pared with broad-castin- g lustrations. 12,000 IlloaraphlcullCii. trlt'S. 30,000 .'fOfirjililcul .Subjects. Illinois Experiment Station gavo an onion seta, thick enough to pull out gal. to 3 gals, water (sue Directions CIUNO I'KUE. (lllirlirst Award) per every other ono to cat while young 1), or make your own wash (DirecIncreased yield of 5.3 bushels I'ttiuinufl'ucilia Ksponltloa. REC11AK ud INDIA PAPER Editions. ncro each year and one bushel less and tender. At the sanio time I put tions 2.) WRIT1! lot Kiflrurn I'axrs. I'HHU 2. Just ufter blossoms fall. Uso ucod was planted in the drilled Held. out onion sots, I planted an early 1'u.Lcl Map U you nauie Ibis piper. 1 gals, G. & C. MERRIAM CO., At the Iowa Station a four years trial kind of cabbago in another part of commercial KprtotlltlJ, Mum., U. H. A. After I thinned the on- water, and add 3 pounds arsenate of with winter whoat gave an average tho garden. yield of 4.2 bushels more grain per ions the cabbage was ready to thin, so lead. (Directions 1.) 1 sot Early varieties need only Peaches acre from drilling. the cabbage three or four feet 1 kept them tho first three sprayings Indicated. between tho onions. Agent Was Slumped. thoroughly cutivated, which caused Elborta and later varieties need tho are easy to take and cause A farmer not long ago stumped thorn to grow very fust, and I made u fourth spraying. a normal and easy action 1. Lato winter before the buds tho county agent. Ho wuitud to flno crop ot onions nnd cabbago. 1 grow buch kept the ground mellow and freo open. Uso commercial know why his gardon of the bowels. uplendid' vegutablos whan It had bona from weeds and grass. In Juno, 1 1 gal. to S gals, wator (Directions 1), AT ALL DRUGGISTS announced so often that practically scattered another coat of fertilizer or make your own wash. (Direction MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, all laud under constant cultivation between tho rows of cabbage, mixed 2.) 2. After petals fall, when young was very add and needed lime. , A It well with the earth by plowing it m&MIiisntintitsHB.jW lWiM to the College of Agriculture at with a Email sweep, throwing up a peach begins to split ice shuck of line i Lexington, Ky., brought the follow Inc reply "As a general thing gardens to of farm which large applications are systematically added, arc manure not ns much in need of liming as aro average field soils not receiving large applications of organic matter. . ,.,- in otner worus. a p cnu.u. m....1. ,t organtlc matter up to a certain limn off-sethe injurious effects of an acid soil condition.' ..i..i ts small ridge. I set those ridges with Triumph sweet potatoes, which I had to water for three days, as it was very dry and dusty at that time. Some of them died, leaving skips, in which 1 Wonder beans. planted Kentucky lty the tlmo tho potatoes and beans got ready to bo worked tho cabbago had been used tin,. I gave tho first working with a hoo and then laid them by with a plow. Tho vines covered tho crouuri solid ami were . j.f-a-le- g deep to a man. Just l,e fore frogt j jei thorn to tho cows, UIn,,c Iot8 ot t,olatoei) flno as cvcr irri'W In Mlsslsslnnl. which I Used for cow feed as they were planted so late I was afraid they would not keep Well .1 bad nlentv ot beans until tho bloom. llmc-sulph- Uso tho poisoned self-boil- wash. (Directions 3.) 3. Two weeks later, same ns last spraying. 4. (For Rlberta and lalf.r varieties ) Month boforo duo to ripen. Same as latt spraying, but uso no arsenate of lead. DIRECTORY cincuiT couiit. HKAVEH DAM. Ch'rn'n. Uoard W. T. McKcnney. Clerk II. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. It. F. Stevens. Marshal FOHDHVIM.K. Ch'rn'n. Hoard W. 11. Jonei. Clerk Olln Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslugor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CAI.KXDAH. County Hoard of Eilurjitlon. E. S. Howard, S. 8. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Ky. t ... "wi ,. ; i r j maW "r.'ncy t live-stoc- , 20. ' j - live-stoc- I ... ....,. bile-driv- al ',,, - ... h,i tl n. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. . Div. No 4 Hobort Golf, Itoslno, Ky. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Heav er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Center- town, Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday Irv February; 1st Monday In April; ltt Monday in June; 1st Monday In August; 1st Mondny In October; ltt Monday In December. County Hoard of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Saudc-tu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Heaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. May, 9 and 10 Common school-HeaveDam and Fordsvllle. May 1G and 17 County teachers (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 nnd 21 County and State teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvllle. June, 27 nnd 2S County and' state teachers' examination (colored) V r i ' Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute, 20 Sept., 19 and Sept ford. and 27- - County nnd shid rln. ., State teachers' examination, Hartford. 2G (white) Hart- County and Stnto teachers' examination (colored) ',-- ! ' j left-ove- rs gra. h Slips' jjfflnn GenuinefErl '''" ;.,, Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervout prostration and female weaknesse they nre the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. t, P 3 ' MgFrey! )u Mothers Zrf it is FOR KlUNuY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter. m (Every Woman WanHj Verafifue i ur uie uuiuren kt-- Air-slack- r FOIt PERSONAL HYfilPKF. Diuolvei! In water for douche atop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkhnm Med. Co, for ten yrnrs. . ai r it t n. iituunc wonucr lor ti&.ii catarrh, aore throat nnd tore eye Economical. Il (lUvwIiniry rltunna nd iwtr. r" aivjoiu, M ? " loilrt Country. lWni. Mm. vy VimiL TV llil'ti ctnnx-kl.- 1 Kl I USE LIV-VER-L- AK nnd-Dprin- m For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feci rfKht nil tlio time. Don't lay c& from work for clays by taking cnloroe when iiloasnut JLi Ver-La- x keeps yo on your feet, whilorcliovingyour trouj In. Sufor too, nnd cusy to take. Don take anything else. You can't nfToro it, Kiiminntes poisons, cleanses nyt tern and relieves constipation. A nat urnl remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect nnd certain in results. It Won't bo lonjr before l.w-V- c 'rv will completely displace calom ! - 'ver home.i Children can ial;oit un.y an with iiorfect nafety. Every bottlo puar-antee50c und $1 in bottles None Renuino without tho likeness and sIro turu of L, K. Grlsoby. For buIu by IT. K. WILLIAMS. Hartfori K d. lime-sulph- ur I lime-sulph- ur JfolOm SjicceH? lime-sulph- lime-sulph- jiols-utiD- Dizzy Spells lf lime-sulph- WILL YOU TAKE OUR lime-sulph- ur GERMINAL REMEDY iAjv'r iBir1 A Treatment (or WEAR LUNGS or CONSUMPTION lime-sulph- J A quick irllcl for that tired, rundown (cellar;, coughs, palas in elicit, nlcht sweati, weuk luucl or contumptloa. It it iotir ol btlp you II coils you nglnlo4. c Lock box ete OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMOUS O hemor-ibsiirs, FOR ONE MONTH i V ZmA M4 jtfOfc'Wt. rws ' - JSt .iM '."oHiA IttiAriJktb tHfPJsMM .it,Mm Jmbcftm m ?m& ii - mrK- rl' f &MiictDTosAmr' . ) O. P. TO PUSH ItUDGETS FIRST xkLTP " Your Nose Knows All omolclng tobacco use some flavoring. The Encyclopaedia Britannica oaya about the manufacture of smoking tobacco, " . , . on the Continent and in America certain fauces' are employed . . . the use of the '3aucc3 13 to improve the flavour and burning qualities of the leaves." TuxotJo uses chocolate- - -- the purest, most wholesome and dftliciouo ff ail i lavoring s 1 Everybody likes chDco!sle 0 h know that chocolate added lavorintj ahvayj makes that thing to anylhnp; ao a f ' still more en jo yable. I hat is why a dash of chocolate, added to the most carefully selected and properly aged burley tobacco, rnakcsTurcedo more enjoyable "Yoxr Nose Kr.ows" briskly Try Thia Test: Rub a littis in the palm of your hand to bring out iu full aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, purs fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment Tur-cd- o "Vour Noss Knows' j&paWW&iZr m Ths Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cijaretta RLX-SyUSt- 7uJrH lh(.OH0IUtlB , Cc&vzi&rpeople TO PAY INCOME ) Guaranteed by m V jand sympathy with that expression TAX and that message? Is that tho reason? 14. About .March Washington, And if it is not, what is it? We know, of course, that Mr. Wil four million persons and business concerns nro oxperted to flic income' son has told ATiicrfca", that what libs profits tax returns heforo tomorrow bctore him ) do iu t'.iris fa" tran. night nnl to pay the first 2.1 per cent tends iu importance those homo du connected Installment of tax, which probably ties and responsibilities will aggrcgato between $S00. 000,000 with the Congress. And we know. further, that the President threaten and $1,000,000,000. This tremendous Inflow of money ed us with disaster because Congress to tax collectors' oflicos will be coun- was obdurate and refused to see terbalanced by an outflow of about things the Wltsonlan way, hoping $S0O,0OO,0O0 to redeem certificates thut the new congress might be conof Indebtedness Issued last Novem- vened ninl those who hold the latest ber 7, in anticipation of tlio tax col- mandate of the people might thus bo permitted to give that mandate eflections tomorrow. By this means tho Treasury plans fect. to minimize the dislocation of bnnlr We know now, further, that the fumls and to accomplish the enor- threatened disaster the .stagnation mous transfers without disturbing and bankruptcy of the railroad sysbusiness conditions. tems of the country Is nowhere exA largo majority of business con- pected to materialize. It causes no cerns and persons with complicated apprehension in those circles that sources of incomo will file tentatlvo should be most concerned. Those stirna(cs, according to reports reach- circles aro hopeful. They place ing tlio rovonuo bureau today. Was it then little better than Thoy will be required to pay a play to the gallery, little better than of tho estimated tax and will a bluff under cover of what It was have a month and a halt In which to hoped to disguise the Presidential prepare their final returns. determination to have things his way Mnny tax collectors, finding their and only his way? offices swamped today with appliAnd now, it appears, Paris has not cants for special advlco or informa- been marking time ponding Mr. Wiltion, urged tho filing of tentative re- son's return; not only has not been turns and tho working out of accu- mnrking time but has mado such rate roports later, when tho reve- progress with tho peace terms to bo nue authorities aro relieved of tho imposed on Germany as to encourage oloventh-hou- r rush. tho hope that within a week of Mr. Ponaltios nro provided for failure Wilson's return to the Pallas llour-liito filo returns with collectors by totlio document may be ready for morrow night, but it wns stated to- signature. Worse yet, there is much day that leniency would bo shown In good reason to believe that the tho casea of those whoso returns ar- famous constitution America was inrive a day or two later. Returns vited to sign without consideration mulled before tomorrow night will and almost without perusal will eith, be accepted, It was explained. er not bo an Integral part of tho o pence treaty or else be most radically Surgeons agree that In cases of amendod. Cuts, Hums, Ilrulses and Wounds tho Apparently the President Is not as First Treatment Is most important. indispeusablo In Paris us ho has been Hero wo may "When an efficient antiseptic Is ap- giving us to believe. bo brought to regard ono man as plied promptly, there is no danger of tho wholo works. In Paris they do infection and tlte wound begins to not. ltoal at once. For use ou man "or Possibly, by tho tlmo our wanderer boast, Horozono is the Ideal Antlsop-tl- c returns to us wo may be cured likeand Healing Agent, lluy It now wise. DisenchantThere's no telling. and bo ready for an emergency, I'rico ment Is contagious, Sold by COe, $1.00 and $1.50. aCc, i m Ohio County Drug Co, Try This For Sour tUoiuarli. Eat slowly, masticate your food DISENCHANTMENT. thoroughly. Bat but little meat and (Louisville Herald.) none at all for supper. It you are Why Is It that the President re- still troubled with sour stomach take fused to call Congress In extra ses- ono of Chamberlain's Tablets before sion? in Is It because Congress is the latest going to bed. expression of public opinion and car-Titho most recent mwsage from tho ljeopio? FOR FLETCHER'S Is It because he, tho President, harmony li.notvs himself .not to be Iu .MiixioN rs. ono-four- th m cs rou: Children Cry CASTOR' A Washington, March, 14 Tho Republicans of the next House do not Intend to be caught napping by n call for nn extra session of Congress oarller than had been anticipated by tlio President. A preliminary legislative program was discussed by tho steering committee and further discussion will be hold next Monday. mm It was Informally agreed that tho deficiency bill, carrying, the Do you get up at night? Sanol is appropriation for tho rail- surely the best for nil kldnoy or bladroad administration which failed of der troubles. Sanol glvos relief in passage In the last Congress, should 24 hours form all backncho and bladbo the first appropriation measure to der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed The sundry civil bill ramedy. 60c and $1.00 a bottle at be considered. 46-will be taken up next. tho drug store. Hold Advance Ilrurlng. ' In order to expedite tho passage of MARTINS HAT INSECTS FIX BOXES FOR THEM appropriation bills It Is proposed the to hnvethe committee handling these Doubtless everyone knows the valmeasures hold hearings in advance of the convening of Congress. Much of ue of the purple martin, which usualtho ground work nlready has been ly makes its appearance In Kentucky laid, It was stated , and no exhaustive from April 1st., to the 15th, and sessions will be necessary. The com- which Is one of tho greatest Insect mittees should have the bills ready dostroyers of the bird specie. And for Introduction shortly after tho since farmers of Kentucky lose thousands of dollars annually through the opening dny, it Is thought. Representative Mondol, of Wyom- medium of tho insect nnd since it is ing, the new Republican floor leader. most Impcratlro that tho blue marwill consult with the committee chair tin be encouraged to the fullest exman and urge upon them tho neces- tent to come and remain with us, I sity of beginning hearings before the feel 'that injustice to the hungry, starving millions, that every liouse-keepsession Is convened. and every farmer In Kentucky Republicans and Democrats alike are beginning to bollovc the extrn ses- should at once erect poles and place sion will be called by the President it lion same a simple and substantial before June, the date indicated In ills martin box as a home for these most talk with Senator Martin, of Virginia, valuable birds. It will only necessitate a Uttlo time bofore his return to France. Recent dispatches from Paris, reporting un- and expenditure of a very small In the amount 6f funds nnd will result iu expectedly rapid progress peace conference have raised hopes a saving of almost an unlimited that the President's work abroad can amount of foods and feeds. Therefore, pleaso do not put it off, be finished In time for his return to or "let George do it," but begin this country early In May. the erection of homes for these If this proves to be the case, many of the leaders on both sides expect busy, useful and badly needed little This birds. a call for Tuesday, May, 13. would afford ample time to get the appropriation bills out of the way be- M. K. CHURCH SOUTH PLANS IMG ENTERPRISE fore the current appropriation becomes available July 1. This plan is A big item in the plans of the Cencalculated to give the important Reconstruction legislation free sway, tenary is the devclopement of Missionary work at home, particularly in soon after the extra session opens. the Southern States It A very large part ot the $35,000,-00- 0 Take Herblne for indigestion. which will be collected by the relieves the pain In a few minutes matter Methodist Church, South, will be and forces the fermented which causes the misery into tho spent for the homo Improvements as bowels where it Is expelled. Price the following list will lndlcato: m COc. Sold by Ohio Co., Drug Co. Moiitilnlii Wnt.'j. 10 schools each to cost. $50,000; TO COUNTY CHAIRMAN to carry on religious and social work OF SYRIAN' RELIEF in mountain population, per year, for Mexicans, $30, 000, 3 schools March 12. 1919 In a cable from .each, $100,000; 30 churches, each Persia on the 11th wo aro advised 100,000; maintenance Missionaries that there is wide spread famine In and Institutions, $50,000; 40 night that country. Refugees aro slowly schools to teach adults English, per starving. They have nothing to eat yoar, 50,000. except animal corpses, slaughter Xegroes. house blood and chaff. Unless food Paine $150,000; and drugs are imported quickly College? equipment, 5 100,000; in and there will be schools for colored Methodist Episcocholera will set Uttlo hope of saving any lives. Threo pal Church, each, $50,000. hundred and thirty thousand in this Indians. place alone need help. ' School to train religious teachers, Famine anil Pestilence. Devastation, preachers, to cost, $150,-00Could there be a worse situation? leaders and It up to you and to me and to Isn't Textile Institute. all of us to roll up our sleeves and 'Located at Spartenburg. S. C, for work without ceasing, to try and recotton mill operatives, $150,000. lieve this situation? Literature. They are a Christian people In the Leaflet literature for distribution Near East which is anything but near and because the good God has in 'communities now neglected by spared us 13 more reason that we the church, $M0.OO0. Salaries. should hasten aid to those In disTo increase salaries of 2,756 tress. 1 must again ask for the name of pastors, now underpaid, $2,850,000. Church Extension. the treasurer. Only very few coun There are 2,420 homeless congre ties have complied with this request. If you happen not to have appointed gations and there nr'o 1,600 homeless a treasurer, do so now, it will help preachers. Church buildings needed for homo advortise your campaign and bring and foreign fields, an average of more money Into the coffers. $20.0 to each congregation, $543, COO. Let me have tho name please. 0 Thore is needed nn average of Yours for humanity, to aid in constructing institutionBETH HIGGINS, al church buildings iu 40 industrial Campaign Director. centers, $100,000. m Twenty cities need aid in housing A pain in the side or back that catches you when you straighten up congosted Industrial centors averagcalls tor a rubbing application of ing $5,000 each, 106,950. m Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relaxes the contracted muscles and permits SECOND FIRE AT IMG COAL TIPPLE ordinary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience. Price 25c, Central City. Ky., March 10. All 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by m tho wood work of tho big tipple of Ohio County Drug Co. the Madison Coal Corporation, form-orl- y HALF MILLION' FOR ROADS. owned by tho Central Coal & by Iron Company, was destroyed Expenditures for highway work In fire ut a late hour tho United States this year aro likeTho fire is thought to have startly to umouut to a half billion dollars. ed from a defective fluo in tlio weigh or oven more, according to a recent room, and when discovered was unstatement by officials of the Bureau der such headway that tho fire deot Public Roads, United States De- partment's efforts to extinguish wore partment of Agriculture. Ou re- Ineffectual. ports recolved from State highway At least thirty days will bb redepartments, the bureau estimates quired to rebuild uud 200 men will the expenditures for roads and be thrown out of work for this longth bridges at $385,000,000 or $110,000.- - ot tlmo. 000 more than the average oxpondl-- l Tho Madison Coal Corporation is a tures for 1916 and 1917. This es- subsidiary ot tho Illinois Central R. timate does not Include, howovor, tho R. Company maintained to supply additional Federal funds which will fuel for tho company and the rebo available if the amendment to the building ot the tipple is regarded as Post Ofllce appropriation bill, making certain. This is the second time the available tipple has been destroyed by Are. $50,000,000 immediately and $75,000,000 more on July 1, is For u Rail Cold. enacted into law. Take Chamberlain's Cough RemeEstimated work under control ot the Stato Highway Departmeut in- dy." It has stood tho test of time and tu cludes $45,000,000 for the construe- - can bo depended upon. $7G0,-000,000 pr to-dPaine-College, 0. $2,-50to-da- lion of 5,000 miles of road now under contract, 130,000,000 for 4,000 miles of construction ready for contract, $100,000,000 for 16,000 miles of contemplated construction nnd $60,000,-00- 0 for maintenance of 200,000 miles 000 for maintenance of 200,000 miles. Expenditures of counties, townships, and local road districts nro estimated at $100,000,000 for the construction of 15,000 miles and $50,000.- 000 for maintenance of 100,00 miles. 3M Children Cry for Fletcher's in ltd ia HTV Vl H B 1 I l V Rx Kind You Have Alwavs Bought, nnd Mh , , use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of ana nas oeen made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. Just-as-good All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE yBcars CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THg CENTAUR COM RAN V. N W VO UK O ITV, FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. WILL QUIT ITU OWN ACCORD the British to-da- SALOONS Isles," declared United States Senator Fall, ot New Mexico, y in addressing the Chamber of. Hoiiklnsvllio, Kj, March 15 It Commerce hero. will bo April fool for those folks with "If the League of Nations had exa thirst who come to Hopkinsville isted in 1774 there would bo no Unitafter the last day of March. The ed States now," continued the Senasuitcase brigade will he disbanded, tor. "Other nations would havo and the auto blockade runners will jumped in and nipped in the bud tho quit business. Under an agreement revolution that gave us our Indemade last fall by representatives of pendence. all factions concerned the saloons ot "As a leaguo I do not oppose It. Christian county will close their There are many provisions which 1 doors on April 1. It Is said to be the would gladly adopt for tho benefit of first time in the history of Kentucky the United States and the world at that a compromise ot this sort has large. But even If these were adoptbeen effected. It came about in this ed alone this country would give up wise: The prohibition forces had cir- untold rights ot sovereignty which culated petitions iu every Voting pre- we have possessed and defended since cinct asking for a local option elec- Indlpendence day. tion. Several thousand signers had "The charter of tho league provides County Judge for every been obtained and nation or Champlin had formally issued a call province to have a voice in the for an election to he held on Octo- - league This brings in Canada, Aus- ber 4. Indfa, Ireland and the other I tralla, The campaign for the Fourth Lib English provinces. Through their erty Loan had Just, started and it vote England will run the world and looked as if its success might be en- - use us to keep these provinces for- dangered by the fight between the ever subjected to their mother coun- wets and drys. Leaders of both try." sides got together and discussed the MORK MISREPRESENTATION proposition, and the result was that tho liquor men agreed to go out of.' That bunch of mlsrepresentatives business voluntarily on April 1 if the October election was called off and of farmers at Washington continue they were not interferred with until to misrepresent them by urging in the date of prohibition by agree- - their name the government owner-men- t. Not only did the Hopkinsville ship and operation ot the railroads, saloonists nssent to the plan, but it Farmers do not favor any such pro-w- as agreeable to those of Pembroke gram. Most farmers believe as do and Gracey. Tho agreement was put most other business men that tho In legal form and signed by the liquor railroads should be returned to their and prohibition leaders and by the owners and run under the super-cit- y officials of tho three wot towns vlslou of the Interstate Commerce j Commission, without some of tho re- In this county. There has been a variety of ru- - strictlons that haiuporod them In tho mors concerning attempts ot some of past. An increase in operating ex-tsaloon men to contlnuo in busl- - penses of $1,148,000,000 in 1918 and ness until July 1, but there is not van increase in receipts of only $900,-like- ly to bo tiny effort made to vio- - 000,000 during tho same period. In Stocks in the spite of the highest passenger and lute tho agreement. saloons are very low and few of them freight rates ever known, doesn't will havo much liquor ou hand by tho make farmers very enthusiastic for government ownership. end of tho month. Tho majority ot tho saloon men have already mado arrangements A RARE BARGAIN. about going into other lines of busior them will ness. More than half A Combination of Lead- i engago In funning. Army has rented tho jng Periodicals that may be The salvation , ... quarters of ono of tho largest and eaa WlUl pipen,.p and popular saloons In Hopkinsville most and tho big electric sign in front of profit by eveiy Member of tho building Is being converted into oul. Family an Invitation to people to "drink ot HERE TC7TTT1 OFFER: the waters ot life." pne Hartford Republican, There aro now seventeen saloons I ho ' ( three saloons at Pembroke and twoj at Orucoy. "J :rS rl! WS'. FOR : CASTORIA ASSERTS BRITAIN' Albuquerque, Children Cry FLETCHER'S will rule n. m. March Farm and Fireside, Woman's World, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, ALL FOUR ONE YEAR ONLY $2.30. Prices are still advancing the presont League ot Nations planJdreSS, becoming again subsidiary country to md we cannot guarantee this offer veiy long. BETTER ADVANTAGE NOW 'and save the difference. Ad- is "ic I '? ZTt :"Lr"1.: Hartford Republican, Hartford; Ky. mn ah'Hrrt- - v& tl tJgJMKKU.In.- - ,nW.w';i.li. """'JS Tm 4r iu .w.m..ijuuiiJWHH iimhwipiph1 mmmmm mV" .mu? f i j. i BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Is a London, March 19 There (Dy. I. I. Clnlrc.) O'vcnsboro. feeling In political and diplo(Pie string.) A very heavy rain fell here Sundaj strong matic circles In Paris In favor of InThe Lady MeCahees Rave a pie and every body Is busy stripping viting Herbert H. Asqutth, former supper at tho Hall. Thursday nlRht. Ilrltlsh Premier, to become tho first nd thereby hangs some talos. Mr. Homer Mllllgan weut to president of the League of Nations, one doy last' week. Dally Mirror. went sky high, and a few more Mis- - M.irllsuM Poster, who has been according to the Pies bankrupt somo visiting relatives, In Hartford, for the such suppers would Paris, Tuesday, March 18 Incluol Jhc best known young men about past week, has relumed to her home, sion of the League of Nations covChi- town. here. enant In the preliminary peace trcntv Mrs. Esther Kussell and son, Paul, will not delay tho signing of the treaIs the visited at Mr. George Hudson's Wed- ty, which It Is hoped, llss Winnie Slinmcrmau will be acchampion pastry cook of these parts. nesday and Thursday. complished within two weeks, said Itowan and Lord Koliert Cecil, of Oreat llrltaln, Ji plo her Ma baked for her to take Misses Uosamond Josaphlne Mllllgan are vlsltiag M nd American to the supper, sold for $7.50. talking , ijrt8n I Gladys Hcnnctt, of Hartford. newspaper correspondents I'd a went to the pie supper, but .,itj tnat tlirco amendments to tho When the water goes down, and I Jmowed Fluke would write a lot of 'the ro:ui3 Kets dusty, I will send you covenant had been submitted, but lies nbout me and have the Madam more newSl 110t so old and rusty, added he was "sure there will be no . difficulty In meeting all legitimate obafter me, Maggie fashion. ro I ht 11KAI) can for tho Republican party and my at Homer Mltllgan's from' Saturday ASQUITH I'lltHT OF I.KAUUK OF NATIONS friends Wc ought to elect the stnM morning. night un.ll .Monday ticket In Kentucky tkls fall." Leo Heflln Is visiting relatives, In 1MPOUTA.NT nv im:ack conikuknck DKUNIONK "The Equity Home Keeps lis Promise To Reduce The Selling Charges. In 1914 the Equity Home 'Loose Leaf Warehouse was opened to keep the farmers from being overcharged 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 reduce the selling charges. So on Monday, March 10, 1919, we reduced our selling fees 10 and 2 (what the other houses are charging) to 10 and 1. We wish to thank the fanners who have supported us in this movement and to assure them that if we find it possible we will reduce the charges still further. EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE COMPANY Home phone 079 (10 1 Paris, March IS. The futuro navigation of the Ithlne will be controlled by tho Allied commission, the Peace Conference Commission on tho International Heglmo of Ports, Hall- ways nnd Waterways decided today. The commission will replace the Commission of before the wnr. Tho fortifications Gerof Helgoland, many's formidable base In the North Sea, must bo dismantled. This decision was reached today by tho Supremo Allied Wnr Council. It was decided also that the Kiel caunal should be Internationalized and made avallahlo for ships of atl nations on even terms. Tolls will be collected to pay for Gertho maintenance of the canal. many probably will retain yoverelgnty of the waterway. The council has under consideration the question of maintaining Helgoland us a port of refuge for peace18 Paris, March on tho Island je j J i, V $ M I r; rn Two of tho best bidders at tho Discussing tho Monroe Doctrine Mrs. Hettie Knight, who has been and the effect of the League of Nil- uinner were Uncle Alex Curtl3 ami som-- ' 13 seriously ,,, , or(, llol)ert ill. Is thought to be .Munsleur .!. I. Goodman. There H ujMm ,t better. no bidder like an old bidder, "Tho Monroe Doctrine Is strength-riioi- l Mr. Terry Tichenor went to Hart- liv lln t.ciiLMin of Nations covi-nsays the reason he didn't frd Tuesday, on business. Bnt Nail aU because t,.rni,tional action will Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davenport, ,((j carrl((, ()Ut ,,v thL rBalls ))f tla, Bo to the. pie supper was that pies f Hopewell, aro visiting their ra"1" JleaKUl?. give him the tummy always did The United States will be L.r, Mr. S. W. Hedger. i represented on each body and since ache specially seven dollar pies. Cri" i,aa Tllclma Den,llrf these bodies are International, no " . Litchfield .was one of the vlM'ed their aunt. Mrs. Pearl Wilson. lUon pan )() with)Ut th'e cou. high rollers at the pic supper, and f Wjsox. Saturday. N(, .,, cun lm ,al)111 8(jnt of .H , Mr. Wllle Ferguon was the sues Jy h(i ,ea(,110 whk.h s om)osea ,,v he might a rolled higher If the Mis-- ( , ,, sn. hadn't a bin there to watch him. of his brother, at Taylor Mines, Sun- - . ,, unless Government !dn. ... .. anu .wrs. v,iuiiun T111t..t n...l- such action should be ngalnst the .! rtl.lli i,miu .uu- Unitctl states itself and that would .Mr. It somotlnies pays to ne an euuor. The niornln' after tho pie supper a little daughter were the guests of nffect the j,onroP Doctrine, young feller offered me a quart of Mr. Luther Elliot Saturday and Sun- -, th(J vknv ,, ..,f jn Uu, ()tlR,r hottleil-lu-biiii- d not to mention Ids (lay. that thir oncht to be a coninletc and ' of Camp Mr. Lwtor Davenport, sameness as n bidder, in tho paper. l0twcen the) tortght ,vl,loil Wheeler. Ga.. has returned home. We trailed? pimUni'iit anil tilt! ri'.st of AnierliMM .,,,,. ...... ... Mr. and Mrs. Deu.sla Swain, of ,. ui .. , . .. 1W1 ItoeUport. have moved to this uelgh-- j U()n n wh,ch Amcrca takea 1 told Tlnsley I ortcr run this piece ,wlt under the head Pies Highly Sold, borhood. would be an infringement of .Monro.- Mr. Deulsa Swain and Mrs. Joe ,)octrll,0i but Tins said It would come nearer F(,r my I)art j si,nuld rt-- . , hittln' tho nail on the head to have it, Fulton visited at McHeary, Saturday' a, (iSastrous Indiscreet Man And His Money and Sundav. The to the future of the world. The war Mrs. Koscoe Wonlck, of Wysos. left the United States in a position Is Soon Parted. was the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Hal-- i )f enormous power. With that gi Arthur Kirk says his pie was cheap lie Elliott, Monday gantic power goes great responsibiliat four dollars, and that he wouldi Mr. Clark Klliott has returuel ty to the world at large and to herhave eaten with the prettiest girl 'home, from Camp, self. The peace fo the world is no there If he had had to a sold his au-- j only a Kuropean. but an America; . IJAI.l) KNOIt. toirobile Hut Arthur didn't mean' intere.st. America cannot afford to no disparagement to the beauty of say that sho has no interest in wlui' There is no flu iu our community goes on In Europe. the other girls present. If bhe did she would lie false to the world at large will be singing at Mf. and to herself." There Tlnsley dressed and come down Sunday. The choir will ttalrs just ready to go to the pie ler, but when MLss Tlnsley discover- - practice with the now books. DILI. SfCGHSTS :i I'KIt CUNT. Mr. Charlie Smith is biftlding a trt what he was up to she just said j "Now. never you mind, Wllburn. new barn. Springfield. III.. March IS. A bill ;,ir. ami .Mrs. woy aiewari "i"-'"there is plenty or pies in me paniry. n - rmlttlnK manufacture and sale of nail that put an end to it. Tins frori Sulrrday .until Monday with tlu beer and wine containing 3 per ceuf T. knows now how to hympathize with family of Mr. ..J......,.Smith ... .. .... ii. i nlchohol wa.s introduced In the legi- .. .. .Mrs. r.vero mjior is uu me b.uk ature today. It defines "intoxica'- Air. .liggb. r ing liquor" as containing above over on per Mr. R. W. Davis went ADMI.MSTIt.VrOH'S NOTK'K. v.iiiiiji.itini'1 t ccui .uuiiiiui. Rough river. Tuesday, to move his. ..,.,,., ,ime,is thu n law- to higher ground, on account oft(J c.,f0,.m wjtj, the .1 per cent nico All persons having claims against tic estate of K. II. Stewart, deceased. Hit; heavy rie in the river. holic measure. are hereby notiilcd to present same Sl'PKUVlSOKS ADIOI'I'.N. tn me, properly proven, on or he- -, SOCIALIST SAYS GOOD fore April 20th. 1919, or they will WOKD KOK KKPUIH.H'AV The board of supervisors, after be forever barred. j sitting for a week, adjourned Satur-This March 1st. 1919S Hartford. Route (i. j day. K. C. 15AIRD, This board made the smallest March, 15. 1919. Administrator, raise of recent jears, only 31SO.00O Editors and Publishers 3Ct:i j It was imperative that It make a raise O. ray The Hartford Republican: .of this amount, as It was ordered by con,Pri,,t brother. lay not the llat- URKAKHRS AIIKAI) liie iioaru tering unction to your souls that I RAILROAD CONTROL the stato tax commission will meet again April 2. to har com-'nejthur subscribe nor pay up my Tho administration is between the plaints and adjust inequalities. arrears to your paper, for indeed, if devil and the deep blue sea iu the' 'von do thus why er you'll miss RK('i:.T LAND SALKS. matter of the operation of the rail.a mile, more or less. j roads. The Government guarantees Yes, I've got the dough to show William Hamilton to Samuel Mad- - VOUi j,tst aiWays. sometimes, don't the owners of the ronds a fixed per contngu of income on the investment, dox and wife, lot in McIIenry, $1500. 'you ij,10W? nd despite the "League Alfonso Midklff to Root. E. Lee 0f Nations" which leaves the railroad Indepeu- I'll "come (scat!). I dent of the expense of operation, 15 acres, on Halls Creek. $400. across," both for arrears and a year's Carrie 1$. Henry to R. R. Cundlff subscription to your valuable and Hurlng January the roads lost fifty (highly esteemed paper, four million dollars, which the gov- - .".5 acres, near Butord. 1000. K. 1$. Kin ley to Nancy A. Hainil- -' j;ow vo know I am a Socialist of ernment had to make good at the expense of the public. Kof January ton S acres, on Camp Creek, $300. "purest ray serene." but then all K. J. Shively to O. W. Allen 30 per cent 10.5 declined Socialists know a good thing expenses declin-- , acres, on Hartford and Morgautown wileu they sea It und the Republl-- d "ivhilo operating only 3.1 per cent. Compared road. S900. can js really and truly a good thin S. O Keown to Henry Henshuw ii) with the same month last jear, paper. I moan. So just continue per cent acres, on Rough river, $2000. 3S ruvenues 'increased sending the papor to my uddre.ss. In- expenses Etta May Ashby to Harry Condlt. operating while Yours for Keeps, j v, n. Cundiff. creased 100 per cent, resulting In a lot in Contortown, $2100. Joe II. Smith to Louisa K. Wallace. Joes to the government of $14 0,000,-i, g. ijon'd consider there Is noth-00In the face of these hare facts lot In Kordsvllle, $585. jK w an this. If you do you will James Howard to T. M. Ilaughu Zl consider wronic. There is tho ?1.50 tho Wilson administration asked Con gross to appropriate $750,000,000 ' ueies, on Rough river, $025. and tho arrears for you. Herbert Westorfleld to J. A. and mora to bo poured Into the railroad llye, bye, children, sinkhole, but congress vory sonslhly Muiy K. Crowe G2 aero, on Mooree!;. Yours, W. II. C. declined to authorize tho colloosul $1500. C. M. Taylor to O. T. Itirnn, lot m CALK1S I'OWKItS waste. i:i: l::cti The administration In In a hole on llurlfurd. $200 Richard iloluly to I. C. Orkies 5:: the railroad iiuestlon, and can't fin 1 Washington, March IS, Former a way to lot loose. It would glad- acres, on Lewis Crouk, $1200. Urusllla Haruurd to K. C. Hofllu i Ropresontatiwi Caleb Powers, who ly wash Its hands of th matter, but j ceased to be u member of Congress on tho water is too warm. It has boost-M- il CI acres, near Coralvo, $000. II. W. Cuiumlugs to .las. II. Thomas March, t, is going on the Chatuuquu railroad wages skyward, and Ik platform. Ho gavo out un Intervlow Afraid that if it returns control oi tract, near Quaver Doiti,' $2000. H. C. C'rowiler to J. R. Clark 80 here today touching oil his plans for tho roads to tholr owners the owners. I tho futui'e. aot having tholr hands on the Feder- ceres, nonr Select. $000. ' K. Pryor to V. L. WIIbop "1 shall not return to Kentucky for Samuel al Tieasiiry, will have to undortako Hor.-.the present," suld ho, "us I huvo somo Uranoli, ' to reduce wages, strikes will result, 1SI uerbD, ' matters to look after here, but hopu wild then tho whole house of cards G. H. Likens to 11. D. Hennett, lot to 1h there to attend thu Republican thu Democrats huvo built on tho railstate convention at Loxingtoii May $100. road vote will come tumbling .down. in T. I). Westerfield to Rowan Tuck- II." It is a caso of rather loose another Asked as to his plaus, Mr. Powers, $750,000,000 for the government er 50 acres, $900. Walker Myrtle to Everett Gary two tiuid ho .wanted to write a lecture or than loso tho railroad vote .to the two und do some lecturing and exDenmeratle party. The true function lots, iu Horse Ur.inch, i150. U. L. Dunbar to Henry Martin pected to engage In out door emof government Is to provide every ployment In the meantime tu build man an equal chance, and when it tract, near Heaver Dam, $1000. N. I). Kjilkorson to W. C. Hullock up bis health aud keup the wolf imdortukoH to coddle the few, at tho from the door." tiNpo.TBo of tho many, somebody must 81 ncres, .$1000. Hannah Aubrey to L. II. & ill. I, R. ' "I am not a candidate for any ofpay tho ponulty of governmental R. strip for right of way $281. ' " fice," he said. "I expect always to votn bungling. W. VV. Hocker to It. S. Jaoki.ou l" in tho eleventh district and keep my t HICKLIN. ncres, $i00 home there among the bo.t people lu G II. Likens to Mack Cook two lots the world, but I do not know that I .shall ever ask office agulu at their Everett Mllllgan and family and on Frederic. 3treet, In Hartford, I expect always to do what I hunU3, .Arthur Mllllgan, of Noureek, visited ' . rooii srr.ixiss. jections." y ful craft. Disposition of German warships Is nut likely to be Included In the treaty of pence, according to the lew of the American peace delegation. Germany, however, will be required to surrender title In tho ships The ultimate ownership will be determined later. THINGS WOKTII KNOWING. OI.MIipillll (.'UMICS. j Iiicorpoiateil i:as( Main Miect Cumb. 293 Owensboro, Kentucky. ,,., I ! ,,'..,. The Olympian games had their origin on the plain near Mt. Olympus, In Greece about 750 II. C. They consisted of foot races, wrestling etc. aud were hold only every four years. Entry was confined to the Royal am' Noble youths, and were occasions of ;rent popular interest. Opera. Opera is a drama set to music, or in which music constitutes the chief part. The parts consist of solos, quartets and choruses, which are Opera usually enlivened by dancing. It, clashed as grand opera, which doals with serious themes, and lomb' opera, which Is characterized by light, popular music. du-et.- , J . Farming Implements 4.. ' , '. . .' I I'irc Dcllwry. Free delivery of mall to business houses and residences was Instituted in ISO::, und i now carrl-v- l We have a nice stock of Farming Implements, including Disc Cultivators, i in in r.ll s i anti-saloo- towns of mure than ten thousand Rural Free Deliver;-wapopulation. established as an experiment In 1!iG, and now more than torty inou'-- i and rural carriers are dellveriiu ' Sulky Plows, Corn Planters, e Farm one and Wagons, Fertilizer and two-hors- ' y- - I vl I j ' jto-da- to mail iu rur.i'i communities. lii-- li Potatoes. Irish potatoes arc not of Irish ori-- j gin. ns theri name would indicate, but is a native plant of South America, after tlie .s"ttle'!ient of that couti-.r- y by Europeans. The potato wa unknown to Europe until the It is now extensive!) grown In all the temperate climate9 of the world, and Is uu Important article of food INDIA Rl'IIUER. Rubber Is obtained from the milky juice of v. plant, . found chiefly in South Auk ilea. The plant has been carried to other parts of tho world, whenever it was found it would thrive. The plant grows, Iu rare Instances to a height of sixty feet. The rubber Is obtained by cutting groves In the tree, in such manner as the milk will flow into a receptacle set to catch it. The liquid A Is then allowed to dry lu tho sun. largo tree will yield about 50 pounds of rubber. '. Field Seeds. Write ror our prices on anything you may need. "f7!" 7 "X" ? t "T.V ' t v ly Fordsyille Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. ( THIS DRl'GGIST WAS HONEST Some time ago wont into thu drug storo of Gerko Ding Co., Evansvllle, Intl., and the following conversation 1 j I 1' 0. To The Public Parties desiring to breed mares during 1919, will do well to look at the Percheron horse, WILLS0N HENRY, ! 1 Ti to ri:r I nir $'.',-08- 0. took place between Mr. Gorko and myself: "Theodore, how doos It como that you sell .so much more 'Numlior 40 for tho Rlood' than these other, druggists around here?" .Mr. Gorko! answered: "A year ago or so my wlfo came into tho drug storo and said she was going to take a blood Jtiedlclno. Sho looked over tho kinds 1 had on tho shelf and I reckon you put up tho best 'spiel,' as sho took a bottle of 'Number 40'. Afterv taking it for awhile alio gavo It to our Httlo boy und one dny I wns complaining of that 'tired feeling' and she said, "Hero, I will dose you on Number 40," nnd sho did nnd it did mo so much good that 1 huvo been recommending it to my customors since and buy in gross lots." J. C. Mgndenhall, 40 yearn u .druggist, Evansvllle, Intl. Tho Ingredients entoring into "Number 40" are set down iu tho I?. 8. Dispensatory nnd other medical "Employed in books as follow.s: disease of tho glandular systom, in blood poison, scrofulu, chronic eatarrnh, chronic constipation, stomheh and lUer trouble. Under Its use sores, ulcers, nodes, tumors und swellings that have withstood all other treatment disappear as If by magic. "Number 40" is sold by Tho Ohio County Drug Company rhou-mutls- ! I and the well known jack, BILLY SCOTT, both registered and fine individuals. Will make the season of 1919 at the Hartford Fair Grounds, and will be in charge of Mr. James Bennett. Your business solicited. .HARTFORD LIVE STOCK $ CO. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. :, e2SrnmzZi wr, - . t I "iBidMI ''' JiJr.jaaszssm m- k- . ". " ahi fr in ill vnsssKsfMt